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Simply the visible sign
A are not rorming rapidly enougn. A
SLack of nourishment is the cause. Qd
Scott's Emulsion nourishes baby's Lfv A
O entire system. Stimulates and makes bone.
i Exactly what baby needs.
AU UKUGU13T3I KX.
Falls FKtcen Feet.
George Hart, 501 I'ortlund avenue
jlJclloville, ih such a sound sleeper liu
did not een wako up when he foil
fifteen feet out of tho socond story
window of It i m homo thin morning.
He eurlcd over ou the grass and con
tinued suoiing until a stone, upon
which ho was lying, bogun to bruise
him. Then ho oponud his eyes,
wondered whore ho was, nnd finally
scrambled to htsfcot and want around
to the door and bogged his 'iiothor
to let It t in in. She mistook him for
n burglar and would dot permit him
to enter until she was fully satisfiod
s to his identity. Hcllcvillu Dis-
patch to the Chiuago Auiorioan.
Free for Catarrh, Just to prove merit,
'n Trial mze Hox of Dr. Shoop's Catarrh
Ilcmcdy Let mo numl it now. It ia
;it Bnow whito cream, holaing, antisepic
balm Containing such healing
iw Oil Kucaliptun, Thymol, Men-
thol, etc , It gives instant and lasting
relief to Catarrh of tho nose and throat.
Make tho freo teat and see for yourself
i what this preparation can and will
accomplish Address Dr. Shoop, Ita
i cine, Wis. Large jam BO cents. Sold
by Hrynes & Taylor
Ships Car ol Meltons.
The movement of the oantalopo
crop goes on spue Krorn thcroporLs
that are ruining in it seems that tho
shir pers are getting lino prioos for
tho inellom One ear load shipmont
that the M O. Coggins oompany
whu have recently ostablishod offico
here, handled brought to the shipper
$1,015 !).ri It was the seaond car
that was sont out from Lnwisburg
and wa leaded with J13fl oratos.
From the above takon from the
Nashnllc American of Aug. 10, it
wcild seem that eautoloupes are a
Piles get quick and curtain ruliof
from I)r Shoop's Magic Ointment.
Please note it is made alone for Piled,
nnd Its action is possitivo nnd certain.
Itching, painful, protruding or blind
piles disappenr hko magic by ita use
Large nickel capped glass jars r0 cent
Sold by Haynes a Taylor
; Graduate Veterinarian.
Mac You Any Diseased Stock ?
I have located permanently &
in Marion, Ky., and will treat horses JJ
and other stock, and am prepared to do the JJ
best professional service in all kinds of $
diseases. Any call, day or night, will be ;
promptly answered. JJ
Have rented the Rufus Robinson house v
on North Main street, and will have ample X
stable room. Prices will be reasonable. ?5
L. G. Taylor. D. V. S. g
E 5f OX
Open Every Night,
8 to 10:30 o'clock.
Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs.
Special Attention Given Ladies and Children.
LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
" ' EVANSVILIE, INDIANA
"A8CHOOL WITH A REPUTATION"
that baby's tiny bones A
Old Quarrel Ends In A Murder.
Ilopkiusvillc, Ky., Aug. Ul.
Cleveland Cowherd was uliot through
the abdomen and fatally wounded by
Delmore Hutchinson at a festival
whero they met when an old ijiiarrol
Hutchinson is still at largo and
has- has made no attempt to escape,
claimiui; the shooting was justifiable
as Cowherd had made open thoats
against his life. The Courior.
Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by One
Dose of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera And Diarrhoea
I was so weak from an attack of
diarrhoea that I could scarcely attend
to my duties, when I took a dose of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Kemody. It cured mo entirely
and I had been taking other medicines
for nine days without relief. I
heartily recommend this remedy as
beinj; tho best to my knowledge for
bowel complaints. It. G. Stewart, of
tho firm of Stcwurt & Bro., Greenville,
Ala. For Bale by J. 1L Orme
the leadinc drug store in Western Ky,
Haynefl & Taylor tho entorprising
druggists of Marion.
Lightning Cuts oil Finger.
Victim of freak lightning during
the storm yesterday, Mrs. Mary
of -!; Richmond street, is in the
Kpisoopal Hospital minus one finger
xuficring from the loss of blood.
As she was about to leave an
ear at i) street, during
the height of the storm, a bolt of
lightning struck the motor, glanced
oil, soverod tho index finger of her
loft hand, as if it wore out oil with
tho sharpest knife, opened a vein in
bar wrist and rot firo to her clothing,
Sovcral passengers carried hor to
the street and aided by tho heavy
downpour, extinguished the blaze.
Ity the tnno Mrs. Nettie was in the
hospital she was exhausted from the
los of blood and tho shock, l'hilla
delphia North American
LESSONS BY MAIL
PRESIDENT HAS FIGHT
With ol Hie Illinois Central
Kail Hoad Both men
New York, Aug. U!l. Stuyvosant
Fisli, former jirosont and at present
a member of the board ol directors of
the Illinois Central Railroad, declined
today to comment in any way on tho
jiorsonal encounter between himself
and .James T Harahun, the present
head ol the systom, at a meeting of
the board of directors in this city
The trouble between Mr. Firth and
his successor at the head of the big
railroad system arose when Mr. Fish
atiempted to get bclore the board a
resolution which, in effoct, demanded
a complete investigation of the administration
ol the company since the
oloction of Mr. Harahau to the presidency.
The roading of the resolution was
interrupted by motions calling for an
immediate adjournment of the meeting
and despite the protest of Mr.
Fish that he had a right to be hoard
to tho end, the motion was doclarcd
President Harahau arose with the
other directors and prepared to leave
the room. Mr. Fish protested that
the action was ilegal. You can't
adjourn in the middle of businoss."
he said, "it is contrary to all parliamentary
procedure. It is an unheard
of breach of courtesy to
a motion to adjourn in the middle
of a director's remarks. I insUt
that tho meeting is not adjourned
and 1 shall proceed with my resolution."
'The mooting stands adjournod,"
retorted President Harahau across
the table. "But it is not adjournod"
Fish replied hotly. "You arc tools
of Harriuian and puppts, and "
"Your're a liar," said Harahan
springing to his feet.
An instant later tho big
had reached across tho table,
grasped his successor by the arm and
shoved him back into his chair. Then
the other members of the board rushed
in, sepcrating the two men, and
rushed them out and away by separate
Packing Exhibition Com.
The attention of prospective exhibitors
at the coming National Corn
Kxhibition, Chicago, Oct. 5 to lit,
is called to several important matters
in connection with packing exhibits.
Kxhibition corn must bo packed in a
slatted crate. Never uso a tight
box, especially if the grain is not
thoroughly dry and tho weather happens
to he damp, as there is danger
of serious da m ago by molding and
consequent ruining of your sample.
Wrap each oar separately in
paper newspapor will answer as well
as any. Do not hositatc to put on
three or four layers. Pack the cars
tight in the box, then nail up and
label with a card, secured from tho
While the box must be strong, so
there will be no danger of iujury in
handling, it must also be as light as
possiblo so that the oxprc.ss charges
will be the minimum.
Ship ouly by oxpross, prepaid.
Do not forget this, as prompt delivery
cannot bo made unless the
charges are prepaid. Another important
item is to ship a few more
oars than is callod foi. This will
give j on ;i complete sample, should
vomo ol the oars bo injured in transit
or become moldy. Honiember that
each exhibit car must be practically
perfect. The kornels must all bo in
place, aud the oar must show no
injury in any part.
He vory careful to label each package
with your entry card, previously
secured from the management of tile
Kxpositiou. This gives the correct
address and also contains the uumbor
of your entry. This is the only way
in which tho mauagemont can kcop a
complete record and give you due
credit for your exhibit.
Don't neglect your Btomuch. At the
first indication of troublo tako something
that will help it along in its work
of digesting tho food you eat. Kodol
For Indigestion nnd Dyspepsia will do
this. Sold by J. II. Orme.
"7 - Hk,
BOSTON'S LACK OF HUMOR.
Am UnslUb View of the I.nnilianrks
of the "Hah."
I have said thnt Iloston loves relics.
To relics which It loves hest tire tho
relics of Knglumrn discomfiture. Tho
stalely portraits of Copley ore of small
account cotnpured to the memorials of
what was nothing else than a civil
war. Fnneull hall, the Coent Garden
of Iloston, presented to the city hy
Fnnetill some thirty jvnrn heforo
the birth of "liberty," Is now hut un
emblem of revolt The Old South meeting
place Is endeared to the citizens of
Iloston as "the Hauctnary of freedom."
X vast monument, erected n mere
of n century ago, commemorates the
"Iloston massacre" And wherever you
turn you nre reminded of an episode
which might easily be forgotten. To
an Englishman these historical landmarks
urc Inoffensive. The dispute
which they recall uroused far lesy emotion
on our nldo of the ocean than on
the other, and lung ago wo saw tho
events of the Revolution In n fair perspective.
In truth, this Insistence on
the past Is not wholly creditable to
Boston's sonsu of humor. The
paeans which Otis and his friends
sang to liberty were Irrelevant. Liberty
was never for 11 moment In dancer,
If liberty, Indeed, bo a thing of
fact nnd uot of watchwords. The loaders
of the Revolution wrote nnd spoka
ns though It was their duty to throw
off the yoke of tho foreigner n yoko
us heavy as that which Catholic Spain
cast upon I'rotestant Holland. Hut
there wan no yoke to be thrown off,
becauHo no yoke was ever imposed, and
Hoston might have celebrated greater
vents in her history than thnt which
an American stntesmnn has wisely call--d
"the glittering uml sounding generalities
of naturnl right "-Charles Whitley
In Ulnckwood's Magazine.
A Ornlcnl KnRllali Vlrrr of
Decidedly women are an imitative
class From her earliest ugw the small
girl ape tliu doings of her ciders and,
bad she her own way, would be a miniature
epitome of fashion. Such entertainments
as f.he Is permitted to witness
In her mother's drawing room she
imitates, with dolls nnd nurses for coca-puny,
In the nursery In her school
days sho Invariably "forms" herself
on some special friend whom she elects
as a modul of feinlnloo perfection. And
ut u certain stage of their lives girls
arc as much alike ns peas In a pod.
As they mntnre and develop they may
perhaps show some signs of Individuality,
but In all the main Issues of life
they continue to bo more Imltuttve than
Fashions, housekeeping and enter
taining are nil more or less conducted
on the same lines, and the only true
sign of friendship that Is shown to the
young married woman Is to beg her to
order her life and her home on her
friend' principles. Any departure from
those principles or any symptom of Individual
taBte or strength of mind will
sound tho tlrst challenge of unpopularity
for the budding matron. Her mother
and her mother's friends will alike
desire Imitation of their methods as
the "slncerest form of flattery," and
every decline from the original system
will be pronounced wrong or Injudicious.
Itlta In London Mall.
Too llMpld GroiTth.
The minister's six-year-old son Is of
a very critical, literal turn of mind,
and his father's sermons sometimes
puzzle him sorely He regards his father
as the embodiment of truth and
wisdom, but he ban dltllculty In harmonizing
the dominie's pulpit utterances
with the world ns It really Is.
His parents encourage him to express
his opinions aud clear up his doubts as
much u. possible. So oue Sundny ut
dinner, after a long period of thought,
they were not surprised when he suld
gravely. "Papa, you said oue thing in
your sermon today thut 1 don't think is
so at all "
"Well, what's that, my boy?" asked
"Why, papn, you said 'The boy of today
Is the man of tomorrow.' That's
too noon "
"Cousin Heury's seasickness that
time he crossed the water must havo
touched his head a bit."
"Well, hero he wrote in his dl'ry:
'June U Most everybody seasick,
mbelf. Saw two spoutln'
"Don't see anything very loony about
"Why, Abnor Dobbs! Do you mean
to tell me that you believe that auy of
them psssencers had ever swallered a
Ilrltlah Military Inventor.
The war otllco has long been proverbial
for Its discouragement of inventors
In general, but they seem to reserve
a special brand of 111 treatment for nn
Inventor who l unlucky enough to
wear a holdler's coat. General
the Imentor of tho formidable
projectile which bears his name to thU
day, died a poor man after spending
thousands of pounds on his luventlou.
To the 1'olnt.
Little Fred-Uncle John, did you ever
hear the story about the good little boy
who had a nice uncle? Uncle John-No.
Tell It to me. Little Fred-Well,
the nice uncle gave tho good little boy
I quarter. That's all. Exchange.
Nothing is Impossible to tho man who
t n villi Mlrnbeau.
r r r
SIX GREAT DAYS."
POPULAR BELIEF IN KENTUCKY
SPECIAL FEATURES ARRANGED.
Program Announced For Every Day
and Every Night All Are to
Six special days and as many special
nights mean that the Kentucky State
Fair will fulfil Us promise to have
sonurthiug doing every minute of six
groat days and nights during the week
of September Kith at Louisville Col
W V Hlte, President of the Louisville
Uo.ird of Trade, is the 'General
Chairman of the Committee on Special
Days, and has announced the following.
Monday, September 10 -School Children's
Day C H. Nordemau, Meriber
8c1ko1 Bawd, Chairman.
Tuesday. September 17 Fraternal
Day R S Brwn President Louisville
Commercial Club Chairman.
WodieMlay, September IS Louis
vllle Da Ooo G Fetter. Director
LoulsUlle Hoard of Trade, Chairman.
Thursday. September 19 Kentucky
Da Lew U Brown, of Hurrodiburg.
President Kentucky Press Association,
Friday. September 20 Southern In
dlana Day Adam Helmberger, Prei
dent New Albany Commercial Club.
Saturday. September 21 Every
body's Day Everybody. Chairman
The Speclul Nights Committer Is
headed by J V Becknmnn, Mansrr of
the Retail Merchants' Association, whe
has announced the special nights at,
Monday, September 10 German-American
Night. F. W Kelsker, Chair
Tuesday. September 17
loan Night Thos McCabe, Chairman
Wednesday, September 18 Labor
Night. John Young, President Louisville
Federation of Labor, Chairman
Thursday. September 19 Pre
Night Young E Allieon, Clmlrman
Friday. September 20 Military
Night Col W B Haldeman, Colonel
Commanding First Kentucky Regl
Saturday, September 21 Farewell
Night Smith T Bailey. Chairman.
Mr Nordeman expects School Chll
drerfs Day to bring ltule folks not
only from Louisville, but from all oer
the State He has appointed e?r
county and city school superintendent
In Kentuck) as a member of his com
For Fraternal Day, a larjje tont will
be erected when? headquarters may be
opened by representatives of all fro
ternal organizations, to receive, wel
come and register guets. It Is the
hope of Col Broun to have a
of drills by the uniform ranks of the
Mr Fetter will have the active co
operation of commercial. Industrial
financial and professional organlza
ttons In making Louisville Day one
that will put It In red letters on the
No one will be bold enough, hoveei
to challenge the popularity cf Ken
tucKy Day Every Indication point
to Its being the banner day of the
week Mr Brown has named mam
prominent editors of Kentucky as ha
ou this committer He I
ountlng upon several large excursions
from different points The edltocs will
io!d i rally oi. the night of Kentucky
Day which Is known .is Press Nig.it
.md Col Allison Is arranging a very at
ractlve program Prem headquartet
are to be eswbllshed at the Fair
Mr Is not only appoint
Ing Southern Indiana editors, but
hovls of organizations in
that section, as members of the South
cm Indiana Day Committee
The programs for everv night v.1!,
be attractive This will bo especially
true of Mitltar Nljht. when the Finn
Regiment will give an exhibition drll'
in front of the grand stand.
While the dajs and nights have beer
glvon some speclul name, It doe not
follow that the State Fair raanagemont
ulshe to coivrtne the attendance u
jjhoie Intel eted lu the a that the
name indicate On the contrary tin
Stuto Board of Agriculture Invites
eerbod to come eer dn and eerj
U a great outlay of memo? theStatt
Hoard of Agrieukuro ha.s contracted
with Captain Roy Koabonshue to brlna
his airship, the
marvcH rrf the cnturj, to the Km
tuck State Fair. September 10 to 21
ami give d ttll' (lights and exhibition!
with a night ride In the air guided b
Pain's famous Manhattan Beach fire
works and a gianUc pyrotechnic 8poc
tccle. tho eruption of Vesuvius, as
actual reproduction of the awclnsplr
Ing calamity of 1906, will be givsn
mghtl in front of tho grand Htand at
the Kentucky Stnto Fair tn Loulavllln
September IC to 21
A State Fair ribbon has the backing
of tho Commonwealth ol Kentuck It
Is a trophy of big value aside from
the money that accompanies It.
Sensational acrobatic acts will be
given free each day at tlio Kentucky
State Fair, in front of tho grand
E5Qi " it' lal -1,. -"I
Old Maids Parade Woes.
l'Jainfield, lad., Aug. 30 Thcro
hasn't boon a wedding in Plainficld
for fourteen months and the list of
old maids is growing alarmingly
Last evening 100 Plainficld girls
clad in old maid's costume of days
long gone by, paraded tho streets
carrying banners, some of which bore
these legends. "Oh, Lord, for a
Man." "I'll Sew Your Buttons
On," "I Once Was Young," "I've
Got My Eyca On You," "Let Mo
Darn Your , "Ask Papa,"
"This Is So Sudden."
One sweet young thing walked
apart from her companions carrying
a banner which bore the words,
"I Don'tBelong With That Hunch."
This is an ailment for which Chamber
lain's Pain Balm has proven especially
valuable. In almost every instance it
affords prompt and permanent relief.
Mr. Luke LaGrange, of Orange, Mich.,
says of it: "After using a plaster and
other remedies for three weeka for a
bad lame back, I purchased a bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and two applications
effected a cure." For sale
by J. H. Orme the leading drug store
in Western Ky. Haynes & Taylor the
enterprising druggists of Marion.
Stomach trooblo Is bet a mnptom of. aad cot
b Uself a tru dlieasa. We think of Snpepa,
Qaaitbom, and I&dla&itlua as nal dlfleaees, yet
thty ara ermjtama only of a certain spoclfll
Kerr flkmsa oopilmr elsa.
It m tLls fcet tfcat flnt cqrroctly led Dr. Bhoos
In the Croatian of that txnr very popular Stomach
Hemodr Dr. hoop Beatorattre. Ootnv direct
to tho nah noTvt. aJquo brought that succeai
and favor to Dr. Snoop aad hU BestoraUre. WUh
oct that "i"i and highly vital principle, no
och lastta acocnnpUihBienU wew ever to be had.
For stomach dUmss. bloating, bllloasoees. bad
breath and aDov complexion, trr Dr. Shoop'l
Restorative Tablets or Liquid and see for roov
tall what it can and wta do. We tell and choea
HAYNES & TAYLOR.
No anodHta, loaa of strength, i
neoa. headaoha. constipation, bod breath,
general dattllty, sour risings, and catarrh
of the stomach are all dua to lndlf eatlon.
Rodol relieved Indigestion. This new dlsoov
cry ropresenta the natural Juices of dlft
tton as they exist in a healthy stomaoh,
combined with the greatest known tonte
and reconstructive- properties. JCodol for
dyspepsia does not only relievo indigestion
and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy
helps all stomach troubles by cleansing,
purifying, swootenlng and strengthening
tho mucous membranes lining tho stomash.
Mr. S. S. Baft, of Rsrwifwood. W. Va..
1 wit trouMod with sour itcnucti for tveotr yew.
KodcH card im udm m now utlog It la ml
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you should have children, i
They are great happy-home
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you can be made strong
enough to bear healthy children,
with little pain or discomfort
A Tonic for Women
It will ease all your pain, reduce
Uilimiiauon, cure leucorrhea,
(whites), falling womb, ovarian
trouble, disordered menses, backache,
headache, etc., and make
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At all dealers in medicines, In
SI. 00 bottles.
"DUE TO CARDUI
Is my baby Rirl, now two weeks
old," writes Mrs. J. Priest, of
City, Iowa. "She Is a Hoc
healthy babe and we are both doing
nicely. I am still taking Cardul,
and would not be without It In