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Ayer's Cherry Pectoral certainly
cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, consumption. And
tt certainly strengthens weak
throats and weak lungs.
There can be no mistake about
this. You know it is true. And
your own doctor will say so.
Mr UK' ,,0T ,'"1 terrible couh trIM
frrjlliinu I ruuM hrar of but In ln until
I tiled Arnr I hrrjr I'rctnrtl Th nril
r slit lie w txttr mul h ilr.dllr ImprntM
until li - will"- lilts, 8. J
HTULl, Alton III,
Alto tniaufoottirtr of
A 9 SAMAPABIIJA.
U& O rum viooe.
Keep tho bowols regulnr with Ayor'a
Pilla and thus hasten recovery.
Stopping Cars For a Kiss.
V man at Windsor Locks I'-,..., UMIJ.,
arJctl a trolley car. After tho car
ai started the conductor taw a wo
.! an running toward the car, waving
' cr hand, and he Mopped tho car.
H e man who had just seated himself
jinped out, ran to meet the woman,
I t one arm around her neck and
kissed her, and then returned to the
ar The conductor said this was
Mi first time ho know of trolley oar
nn stopped to give a woman a
Why shouldn't it ho done often?
Tt Jlcy cart are stoppod for many
aiiduft timos trival reasons, but n
lii may bo to a woman the most
n. nucntous reason in the world.
That couple in Windsor Looks may
1 au been newly married. Perhaps
t) ey had a lover's quarrel, and he
was hurrying oil to his work in high
dudgeon, as men have a way of doing
lie slammed the door and did
not hear his wifoH soft pleading call,
and she aw him loavo without the
usual good-bye kiss. It was wall
that the conductor stopped his oar.
He brought peace and gladness to
two hearts, which otherwise most
r robably would havo had a sad and
Street car conductors might be-
conic real philanthropists it they
1 would make it a rulo to stop their
'cars, and encourage laidies to come
out to give sonio passenger a kiss.
b'trcct railway companion always on
the lookout for ways to increase their
i l -.
Humiichs, might also una in tins a
good suu'L'cstion. Kvansvillo Cour-
It vou Uke DcWItt'ft Kldey and
Rliludder Tills you will get prompt re
lief from backacqe, weak kidneys, in-
lnmmntion of the bladder and urinary
troubles. A week's treatment for 'Xi
centn. Sold by J. H. Orme.
A Happy rumily.
J, J. Mann, of Fonlyco, Ark., writes:
I'ae CnrlHtwlt's Oermnn Liver I'owor
for ten yonrs, curel my wife of female
trouble. Havon't had a doctor for
six years, formerly paid two or three
doctor bills a year. Would not be without
it. Worth ita weight in gold'
Guaranteed under the Pure Food and
Drugs Act. Price 25c. Sold by nil
I Graduate Veterinarian.
Have You Any Diseased Stock ? )
in the, Uurcau of Sowers, was dropped
into a five foot sewer in Third avouuc,
near One Hundred and
street, owing to the breaking of a
rope, and shot through the sower to
its terminus at Harlem river and One
Hundred and Thirty-first street. That
he came out alive is considered remarkable.
With sovoral other employes, HolF.
man was at work repairing tho main
sewer. They had almost finished
thoir labors when a heavy rainstorm
started. II oilman was down in tho
hole about four feet above the swiftly
flowing water. Around his waist
was u rope which was hold by tho
men in the street above. As tho
water poured into the various sowers
leading into the main pipe, the water
rose higher and tho rope broko and
HolTman toll into the water.
His fellow workmen instantly
dashed up the avonuo to One Hundred
and Thirty. first street, whoro
the sower runs into tho Harlem river.
Just as they reached the spot Hoffman
shot out into tha river. He
landed near a boat house float, swam
to it and hold on unril a policeman
and workmen roscucd him. After
boing given dry clothes ho wont
home. He told the policeman that
ho wont through tho sower so fast
he "did not hayc time to look at tho
DoWitt's Kidney and Hladder Pill
relieve backache, weak kidneys, and
inflammation of the bladder. Sold by
J. II. Orme.
A Street Adventure.
A lady ontorod a Baltimoro street
oar, and just as she was about to sit
down, the car gave a lurch, throwing
her into a gontlciuan's lap, says the
New York Timos.
Quickly recovering herself, she
apologized and said:
"I would give a uartor if 1 were
a man so I could swear."
"Damnl" promptly came from a
man sitting two seats away, .and he
nnvnr Innkivl llin lutlv
She 'quietly took a quarter from
her purio, offered it to tho man who
had spoken, and he, as quietly put
it in his pocket.
No further conversation, and all
were apparently satisfied.
It was a Saturday night and all
parts of the theatre wore crowded.
In tho gallery a young woman sat
in frout of a corpulent man, who
causod much annoyance by his frequent
and freo obsonations.
Tho lady's pationco became exhausted,
and, turning around to her
tormontor, alio delivered a sharp rebuke.
"I wish you would he quiet, and
remembur that we did not come to
listen to your uiiportiuont remarks,"
Very woll, Liza," said the goner-one,
"but pray don't oat mo "
'You are in no danger,'' ropliod
the yoiinc woman, "I am a Jcwcis. "
will treat horses
prepared to do the q
service in all kinds of Jj
day or night, will be JJ
Rufus Robinson house j
and will have ample J?
will be reasonable. g
D. V. S. H
w i f f i f t f T i f i f
LESSONS BY MAIL
in Marion, Ky., and
Jj and other stock, and am
2 best professional
5 diseases. Any call,
JJ promptly answered.
Have rented the
SJ on North Main street,
55 stable room. Prices
L. G. Taylor.
. . , -
LCVEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
t , i . "rpiiTATinN"
"Didn't Have Time to Look at the
New York, Sept. 0 John Iloff-
man, years old, an employe
UKV. J. V, 1'BIOE, KII1TOH
Sunday, Oct. 5th, 1007.
TOl'108 FOR BTUDT
1. The ordinances of God
2. Change in food.
J. Joshua's thcopshany.
I. Capturo of Jcricko.
ft. Disposition of tho spoil.
(i. The dofcat at Ai.
7. Search for tho transgressor.
8. Capturo of Ai.
!). Joshua's alter and the law.
A Well Known Fact
That no skier disease, whether from
Internal or external origin, can long
withstand tho two toweriul germicides,
ZEMO and ZEMOTONE, thoy deBtroj
tho germs that cause' tho dikcase, they
always cure. WritoforHiunple. E.Wlloeo
Med. Co., St. Louis. All Druggists sell It.
HAYNKS & TAYLOR.
Aged Insane Woman Caught Alter
Fulton, Ky., Sept. 2(J. An aged
woman, giving her name as Mrs.
Ruth Connelly, and claiming to bo
a daughtsr of Judge Crumbough, a
prominent citizen of Eddyville, Ky.,
orrived in the city last night. Special
attention was attracted to tho
woman as she was parading tho
streets, crying in a most pitiable and
distressing manner for medical attention
for her daughter, who she said,
"was dying down tho creek." Several
sympathizing citizens took tho
matter up, and after following tho
woman downsaid creek about a mile
of the city, they discovered she had
completely lost her mind, and returned
to the city to notify the officers,
who went immediately in search
of the woman.
She was overtaken seven miles from
the city, having walked the entire
distance through tho woods and fields.
She was wet with dew and almost
frozen. Her clothes were tattered
and lorn, aud her condition showed
all signs of a raviug maniac. The
unfortunato woman was brought back
to Fulton and ccry comfort possible
is being Riven her at the hotel. She
escaped her guards today but was
recaptured and will be held until her
father reaches the city from Kddy.
villc, who stated when notified over
the long distance telephone regarding
the sad affair that he would leavo for
Fulton on the first train to tako
charge of the woman.
"Take Dt Witt's Little Early Rise
Pills Sold J. !!. Orme.
A Criminal Attack.
On an intensive citizcen is frequently
made in that apparently useless little
tube called the "appendix." It's
genorally the result of protracted constipation,
following liver torpor. Dr.
King's New Life PilLs regulate the
liver, prevent appendicitis, and establish
regular habits of tho bowels. 25c,
at Ilnyncs & Taylor nnd J. H. Omre
drugstores. 4 ,
You know them; they are
numerous, and make their
presence felt everywhere. The
names of the family are Headache,
Backache, Stomach ache, Neuralgia,
etc. They are sentinels
that warn you of any derangement
of your system. When
the brain nerves become exhausted
or irritated, Headache
makes you miserable; if the
stomach nerves are weak, indigestion
results, and you
double up with pain, and if the
more prominent nerves arc affected,
Neuralgia simply makes
life unendurable. The way to
pain is to foothe and
strengthen the nerves. Dr.
Miles' Anti-Pain Pills do this.
The whole Pain family yield to
their influence. Harmless if
taken as directed.
"I find Pr Mllo' TllW nn
exi'tlU m remedy for oierroinlnp
ruuialglH n-d paina
of nil Kortx I havt ud thm for tho
pnst seven ytr in this capacity with
the l'ot of remilt "
MltS JOE MEKRILL. Peru. Ind.
Dr. Miles Pills are sold by
your druggist, who will mmmntre that
the first packnee wm benefit If It
rails, ne win return your money.
25 doses, 2S cents. Never sold In bulk.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
"TiviTj l' ' --p prr irjrr'l m fi J H'nji 'I'lill iirrr
.o Aolro&l 5tory Por
1 he Overconfident Trout
Mr. 'trout thought ho was an
clever sort of fellow, and omonjj
other thliiKH ht) Dellovwl he was alto-Bether
too smart to ho caught hy any
of the line gentleman who ramc up
from lh city to fish in the brook.
"I am not afrulu of uny of them,"
JEllKK.Il FIIM rtXTT Or THE WATKn.
lie declared to hid frlutidH. "I shall
never he anight by any one."
"Vou hail better take' care," thoy
Hut ho was contlilont and was absolutely
sure he could not be fooled.
Well, one day he naw n little black
boy Hitting on u board that crossed thu
"I wonder what he In doing there?'
ftaid Mr Trout to hlniHulf.
Then he noticed h nice fat worm
swimming around In the wafer.
"Oh, hore'H my dinner!" cried the
unwary nb, nnd In an instant bo had
gobbled down the worm.
There wan a honk In the worm and a
string tied to the hook and n pole at
the other end of the strtntr, and the
little black had hold of the polo.
The boy Jerked Mr. Trout out of the
WHter nnd high up on dry lapd.
"I told you so!" cried hi friends.
"He didn't hook like n fisherman,"
replied the sorrowful trout.
Moral. Things nre not always what
they I'lttsburg Dispatch.
Ao r)lro&l Story Por
A Gold Shake
Oue day old I'olar Dear had Just
finished' a dinner of frozen 11 sh and
wulniH hide boots, the boots having
been left him by nn arctic explorer
whom lie hnd eaten nt n previous meal,
and was taking n quiet promenade on
the Ice floe when he ran across a would
Ik hunter, gold prospector, polu discoverer
and what not, carrying a double
As noon as the hunter saw Mr. Bear
he dropped his gun aud began to load
up with buckshot
Curious to see this strange personage,
Mr. Hear drew uesir. "What are you
doing there, if I uiuy be so bold?' lie
"Oh. I'm loading for ber." replied
the hunter, putting hi some more shot.
r' &., JVC
"I'M LOADING FOK HEAR." '
"I hope jou will forbear," said Mr.
I'olnr. rising upon his hind legs and
opening his mouth pleadingly. "I find
It liK'omeulent to carry much lend
nbdut my person no heavy, don't jou
know. Mut, say, why did you think
of shooting lu my direction?"
"Well, jou see." said the hunter sad-
Ij, I was brought up on a certain
hrcakfnst food, mid ecry morning, as
u boy. n bov of this Mime stood before
my plate I had to cnMt or tare. It
bad a big be.ir on the outside, aud I
made up my mind, as a boy, to kill any
bear that came my remind
me bo of the breakfast food."
"Well," said Mr Hear, "I guess If
fiat's the case jou ought to have satis
taction. You look half started, and If
H will do you good I'm ready to be a
victim Hut let me tell jou how to
make vour shot scatter "
"How '" asked the hunter Interested
"Oh. put In one hot at n time." sakl
"Never thousut of It." ald tho hunter,
and emptied all the contents of bis
gun barrVu in the guow
Mr I'olar wnv his chance ami was
off. "Ooodly." bo yelled "You ueod
Dime breakfast fowl Constitution.
IDENTIFYING "U. S." ANIMALS.
System of Branding Authorized by
the Army Regulations.
Whenever you seo the letters "U.
S." branded on the loft fore shoulder
of an animal mako up your mind at
onco that that beast is or was at ono
time the property of our rich old
"Uncle Sam," says the Washington
Then, again, if you know the key
to the system of branding utilized
hy the quartermaster's department,
U S. A., you would In a moment bo
able to tell the organization of the
array to which that animal was assigned
Immediately after purchase by
Last October, when tho army of
Cuban paclflcution was being embarked
from Newport News, Vn., many
of the army horses and mules awaiting
shipment became mixed with
those of other organizations, but It
only needed tho knowledge of Sergt
Casey to decipher tho hoof brands and
dispatch tho animals to their proper
organizations. In other words, these
brands sorvc as "Identification tags."
uranuing puniic animals Is not a
matter of choice, hut is provided for
hy the army regulations, which directs
that "public animals shall, upon tho
day received, be branded with the letters
'U. S' on tho left foro shoulder.
Horses assigned to organizations will
alBo bo branded on the hoof of one
forefoot, one and one-half Inches below
the cronct, with tho designation
of the company. Urandlng Irons of
uniform size and design will bo
by the quartermaster's department.
Letters 'U. S.' to bo two Inches
In height Letters and numbers of
hoof brands on the same lino to bo
three-fourths of nn tnch high, the letter
to precede- tho number, and blocked
bo as to penetrate the hoot one-sixteenth
of nn tnch. For example, the
hoof brands on horses assigned to
band, Ninth cavalry, would bo CB9;
to troop A, Fifth cavalry, would bo
A5, to Company A, battalion of engineers,
would bo DBA."
Jewel for Child Heroine.
Ethel Johnson, a child herolno ot
tho Columbia disaster, has received a
magnificent butterfly of gold and diamonds
from an unknown admirer, accord
to a Portland correspondent of
the Seattle Times.
It was taken to the home of R. R.
Dingle, wlioro the llttlo girl Is stopping,
on Saturday by a Jewelry store
employe. There was no note of explanation,
no signature, telling who
was the sender of so magnificent a
gift, merely the words, "From a Portland
Uttlo Ethel Johnson saved two lives
in the Columbia disaster. Sho rescued
her child companion, Effle Oordon, and
held her above water until taken
aboard a Mfe boat.
While struggling with her companion
a man who could scarcely swim
was also saved by her. Ho seized hold
upon her and was also held above the
water by her childish efforts. Perhaps
this man sent the present.
John Knox, Prophet.
John Knox, the reformer, would
seem to have possessed in no ordinary
degree the spirit of prediction and to
have foretold with accuracy not only
certain remarkable events of public
Importance, but also the ultimate fato
of certain Individuals. Thus whon condemned
to the galleys at Mochello he
took his sentence with tho greatest
composure, merely remarking that In
spite of It ho would "within two or
threo years, preach the Gospel In St.
Giles', Edinburgh." This prediction,
most Improbable of accomplishment
at the time It was uttered, was afterwards
literally fulfilled. Knox predicted
with accuracy the deaths of
Thomas Maltland and Kirkcaldy of
Grange, and solemnly warned the regent,
Murray, not to go on to Linlithgow,
as If he did so he would there
moot his death The regent disregarded
the warning and did meet with the
fato of which Knox had forewarned
Several of these craft are now in
service in the United States. Tho
riropelllng agents are Jets of water
driven out by a powerful steam pump
through nozzles under water.
The nozzles can be made to drive
the boat forwnrd or backward, or turn
it, the boat, of course, being driven
hy the reaction in the direction opposite
to that of the escaping water.
A speed of 100 miles an hour was recently
maintained In New York harbor
In a trial trip.
Hydraulic lifeboats are not economical;
their strong point Is tm absence
of any external paddle wheels or
propellers, which are so liable to be
come fouled by wreckage. Tho boat
has projecting guards, which protect f
the nozzles from striking against slips I
A Delicate Distinction. '
.Mnnncor 1 thought you wrote mo i
you hnd n full house at Hnd Dog In
Uusinp So wo did
Manager-Why. our bUr tells me
mare en oniy norm jo noonle In the
nlnce and evry man Jack was drunk
Diibinetis Mnnugei (si'iitly) Wvll?
I dltln t say we had the house full, t
said we had n full liouao.
The Author's New Home.
' Uko your now house?"
"There nr alx bouaea in the row,
"Yea, mine la the lnat cut." I
"Good cellar'" ,
"One of the alx best cellnrs." i
. Horse Shoe Brand fertilizer
at Eskew Bros.
I need money and those
owing me on note or open
account will oblige me by
coming in and paying me a
part if not all. Don't forget
this. Charles LaRue.
Levi as, Ky.
Heart Streiurth, or tf ert Wrafcnesi. means Nerra
etrenrtb, or Nervo Weakness nothing more. To
ltirelr. not ono woak heart In a hundred Is, In U
sHf. actually diseased. It is almost always m
hlddrn tiny Uttlo nerve that really Is all at fault.
This obscure norve tho Qinllac. or Heart Nerve
simply needs, and must have, mora power, mora
stability, more controlling, more eorernliif
strength. Without that the Heart must continue
to fall, and the stomach and kidneys also have
tneso same controlling nerves.
This clearly explain why r r " -.
Ehoop's Rcstorn,,vo h i f . , . i
for weak and ndnn; V n - ' ii . ...:
the caiuo of all thu im!ul, palpitating,
heart distress. Pr, Shoop's Huhtoratlve this
popular prescription Is alone directed to these
weak and wasting nerre centers. It builds t
It strengthens; It offers real, genuine heart help.
It you would have strong Hearts, strong
strengthen tbesa nerves
them at needed, with
HAYNES & TAYLOR.
V 'O 'ODVOIHS "OO JLLIM'CJ " 1
jo ii(unotn rnu iv antoii
arasaM spoq a
'PJBr!flflH7 fkovt nj. v AaoH
en wins qfaoa
pae (now ji aifaj
UTVUSO V I7SMOa
iflpnovf n fuuouu fnat! Xa urn
MB X v tfpn ptre stiva tf ioj
dnUAS H9I103 3AI1VXV1
HAYNES & TAYLOR.
says many a doctor to his
lady patients, because he
doesn't know of any medicine
that will cure female
troubles except the surgeon's
That such a medicine
exists, however, is proved by
thousands of cures made by
WINE OF CARDUI
It has saved the lives of many
weak, sick women and rescued others
from z. lifetime of chronic sickness.
It will cure you If you will
only give It a chance. Try It.
Sold by atl druggists and dealers
Intl. CO bottles.
GAVE UP SUPPORTER.
" I wore a supporter for fo
years, to keep up my womb,"
writes Mrs. S. J. Chrlsman, of
Mannsvill, N. Y. "Ay doctor said
no medicine would help me. Alter
taking Cardul I gave up my sun-
ponerana am now well."
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llflllTPnAccount f new
WAN I til eight -hour law.
If fill I LU Salaries increased
15U3 IN hSN viuyuw,
Cvt)nsillc, Paducuh, and St. Loin's
DrnugU n-s Telegraphy studtmts, hf
frx,cial uso railroad wlrt.
Iraurl nn's to. (homo . XjurtiMiie,
Twin iliiis jololleiti'sln i7htates; Cjoo.ooa..
oo npttul:S,ooo students annually. iS jyuV
un i-. liUMNV"s men eay IinuiRlion's u
Tilt 11KVT. TIIKKK
or Short limn! l Dmixlion's
IlKillTF.l) methods equals M elsewliiv.
DraiiKhon no tun 3,000 student 9 learning
UY M ML wrltofor prieestMi Homo Mudy.
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