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Marion Ice Plant
Our plant is now in operation, being thoroughly put in order, with
experienced ice men in charge, with abundance of ice to supply a town
four times as large as Marion
Quality of Ice Second to None
Manufactured in every respect, with prompt, reliable, courteous and
Just a Word.
Does Evansville pay any part of our city and county expenses? Do
they send laborers hero to buy groceries or dry goods? No, they send
here to sell, to keep up their own town. Do they help pay your taxes or
insure with you? No, they have nothing here to insure,
Pf Pnnc2c!"nt ? Do vou expect to reap where you sow not?
DC lUII3ldLClll ; S ft fair to expect to sell your citizens groceries,
meat and dry goods, when you do not patronize home products or
Price and Quality Considered.
The man who does not loyally support home industries, is like the
poor fellow who rowed his boat all night and when morning came he found
that his boat was tied to a stake.
Da PfiriQid'Pflt' T Why ask people to trade with you if you
Dv OUIIOlolCJI L yourself work against your own town which
you look to for a living.
We trust to have the trade we deserve, no more.
Soliciting your patronage
Marion Ice Company.
BY ROY GILBERT, Manager
N. B,--Don't be so unfair as to expect people to trade
with you if your money is so good it has to go to another
state and not stay at home.
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN A. NYE.
Cepjrrtaht, tB. by KJwIn A. Ny.
MILK AND KINDNESS.
Think of it-
If you work at tbo dairy farm of
Mrs Addle I Howie you must say
"Good morning" to her cowa.
Elcen years ago Mrs Howie was
a Milwaukee society woman. Now tiliu
In the acknowledge! authority on Jersey
cattle breeding In tliJ - country.
More than that.
She Is cu the staff of the Wlsconsla
Agrlculttinil college ns lecturer, anl
students of dalrj work and stock
ImsMIng come from nil over the country
to attend her lecture. Eleven
years ago nlw wns "afmld to look at
cow," as hIkj puts It.
What new thing has this succesaful
woman rontrlbutod to the science of
cattle breeding? Chiefly this:
She employs klnillxwH.
Now, you would HcarecJy suppose
that the yield of n cow's milk could te
doubled by klndoosH? Mrs. Howlu has
proved that to be true.
She says every stroke of petting, every
wonl of love and every bit of appreciation
and atteutlou bout owed on a
cow will come back to you In dollars
and cents. "Put In affection with your
scientific feeding and 1 promise it will
Mrs. Howie coaxed and caressed
twenty-two pounds and fivo ounces of
butter out of Budto Lo Pet, one of her
favorites, In seven days. Sbo sells
calves for $300 apiece, and they are
bespoken beforo they aw born. And
her cows take first prizes wherever
they are shown.
Of coureo you must really lovo your
cow if you want to doublo her yield
of milk by kindness. Mrs. llowlo is
In lovo with her pretty creatures.
Isn't the woman's theory fine?
And it has Its uses.
You may lecture a brutal owner of a
cow about being kind to all of God's
creatures and it will never get under
his skiu. But show him that ho Is
cheating himself out of dollars that's
And by analcgy
If It nays to bo kind to n eow. will
It not pay to bo kind to n horso or a I
dog or even a human being? '
Health C'oflVe" is really the closest
Coffee Imitation ever yet produced.
This clever coffee substitute was
e n t 1 y produced by Dr. Shoop
itncine. Wis. Not a grain of real coffee
in it either. Dr. Snoop's Health Coffee
is made from your toasted grains, with
malt nuts, etc Heally it would fool
an export who might drink it for
Coffee- No. 20 or 30 minuteB tedious
boiling. "Mnde in a Minute" snys the
doctor. Sold by Morris &. Yates.
We have received a carload of
Homestead Fertilizer and Tobacco
Grower and any one wanting
the best fertilizer should not fail
to give us a chance to quote
The Old Reliable Homestead
Ask anyone who has ever tried it.
DEB0E & McCONNELL
(Busy Bee Block)
Parlor Barber Shop
(James Mocabee Assistant.)
Up-to-date Massage for
Head or Face. Everything
New and Clean.
Hot Baths and Steam
Heat in Winter. Cold
Shower Baths and Electric
Fans in Summer.
Smooth easy Shave and
a Fresh Towel for each
Customer. Next door to
Postal Telegraph o
Carlisle St., - Marion, Ky.
You won't tell your fatnily'doctor
the whole story about your private
Illness you are too modest You
need not bo afraid to tell Mrs. Pink-bam,
at Lynn, Mass.. the things you
could not explain to the doctor. Your
letter will bo held in the strictest confidence.
From her vast correspondence
with sick women during the
past thirty years she may have
gained the very knowledge that will
elp your case. Such letters as the following,
from grateful women, establish
beyond a doubt the power of
to conquer all female diseases.
Mrs. Norman R. Barndt, of Allen-town,
Pa., writes :
" Ever since I wm sixteen years of
aire I had suffered from an organic derangement
and female weakness; in
consequence I had dreadful headaches
and waa extremely nervoua. My physician
said I must go through an operation
to get well. A friend told me
lKwit Lydia E. Pi nu ham's Vegetable
Compound, and I took it and wrote yon
for advice, following your directions
carefully, and thanks to you I am today
a well woman, and I am telling
all my friends of my experience."
FACTS FO SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia & Pink-ham's
Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
standard remedy for femalo ills,
and has positively cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulceration,
fibroid tumors, irregularities,
poriodio pains, backacho, that
Tin: ItEST FOR
nr or i
"Tears and Love
By DAVID FRANCIS DODGE
p D L Y enough,
day In tin-
Is of southern
origin. It was
bo ut hern
people who first
began to deco-
rate with How-
ere the graves
of fallen sol-
dlcrs. The Con-
not full upon
May ao, the
rial day. In
da, Georgia and
OKNr.HAI. HTKIMIKN 20th Of April 13
I). i.i.u. observed, In
TexaH the last Sunday In April, In
North Carolina and South Carolina
May 10 and In Tennessee the second
Friday or May. The birthday of Jefferson
Davis, June 3, Is known as
Confederate Memorial day in Loulsl
ana. The date Is particularly interest Every year there Is a groat gathering
this year !ecause on Juno 3, 1S03, jng In the cemetery at Richmond, the
Just 100 years ago, Mr. Davis was born
In Christian county (now Todd county),
It is n happy comment upon the res
torntlon of the fraternal spirit to Ik
able to say that In many place the
Union vctsrunfl place flowers upon the
graves of blue nnd gray alike, and this
tribute is duplicated by the Lnlted
Confederate" Veterans In many ceine
terles where the dead of both sides are
The first "Decoration day" recorded lu
authentic history was early In 1S7
Just two years after the clone of the
war between the states. In the eeme
tery at CoIuuiImis, Miss., the tender
hearted wot ten of that town placed
beautiful flowers on the grnvM of both
southern . and northern dead. An
Ithaca (N x ) lawyer, who sometimes
wrote excellent erses, but never pub- led the splendid but disastrous charge
llslied them, read of this Incident In at Gettysburg, jwrhnps the most
newM a iters. He was deeply nious charge In history, also lies there.
touched After thinking the matter
over he sat down at his desk and
penned the lines of the most
Ivrle having to do with the civil war
This Trancls Miles Kiueh,
nuthor of "The nine aud the Gray,'
died ouly last year, having enjoyed
for forty yearn the reputation of writ-
lnc'u poeuV which perhaps more than
any other single piece of literary work
contributed to the healing of the
woundit of war und the reuniting of the
two sections in fraternal bonds. He
was Induced to have tlw poem pub-
Uhhed shortly after he wrote It, and at
once It "went the rounds" of the pre:--,
It was clipped and pasted Into many a
scrap lwok now growu pear with age
Those who could not procure printed
copies wrote out the lines for preservation.
"The Blue nnd the Gray" goes
Into all the anthologies and Is read nnd
reread with the name appreciation both
north and south throughout our unites!
The next year after thlB poem was
printed General John A. Logan, commander
In chief of the newly organ
Ized Grand Army of the Republic, Issued
an ofllclal order designating Mav
30 as Memorial dny. State by state the
making the day
official. The Incident
Ixgan In promulgating
WBOTU "TIIK BI.UK order and the
Btntes In accept-
Ing the suggestion. Thus It may be
said that those devoted southern worn-
en were tle real nuthors of Memorial
day, which lu many places Is called
Decoration day, the name by which It
was first known.
Camps of the United Confederate
Veterans are scattered nil the way from
Maryland to Texas. Local organizations
of the United Daughters of tlio
Confederacy and of the United Sons
of Confederate Veterans are sprinkled
over the same wide area. Each Memorial
day, whether It be May 30 or an
earlier date, hundreds of the veterans
of the south march to the cemeteries
and observe the beautiful custom of
decorating soldiers' graves, while the
sous and daughters Join the veterans
In their noble task, Just ns lu the itortli
the Sons of Veterans nnd the members
of the Woman's Relief corps participate
in the G. A. It. ceremonies at the
In recent years many efforts have
been made to Identify and mark the
graves of southern dead who were
hurled wltlwiut identification. This
task obviously Is highly difficult.
While some have beu Identified with
the aid of old records, diagrams of
burial placet aud the like, the majority
of the unknown dead must remain nl
ways unknown. Recognizing this
fact, n few years ago the people
of Winchester, Vn., u town famous in
civil war iinnnN, erected In the local
cemetery, whore lie the bodies of many
soldiers of both the south and the
por the Gr&.y"
Copyright. 1908, by A. B. Le Wlf
nortUf a handsome monument bearing
tlll8 significant inscription:
".None Know "Who They Were, but
All Know What They Were."
Tue Tjnlt&TStates government has
Jong Inueu jn recent ytars toward
testifying southern cemeteries con-the
talnlng the doit of northern dead, such
ns ntSharpsburtf (Antletam),
Arlington and 'South Mountain. The
Bouthern people have done much of
tnl8 g 0( woru for their own fallen
heroes, funda being raised chiefly by
prvatc subscription. In many
terles which bad !een woefully
e(1 m the terrible stress of
tion days a wonderful transformation
na9 tn wrought. At Atlanta, for
instance, around which city was Borne
0f tue fiercest fighting of the war,
nearly every one of the thousands of
Confederate graves has been marked
in f,orae Way. Several of tbo finest
memorial monuments In the United
States ore In the Atlanta cemetery.
Thousands of unidentified Confederates
were burled at Marietta, Oa. At
this late day it Is of course impossible
to Identify them, but all these graves
have Iwen marked with blank stones.
Each Memorial day the nameless
Btonofl are decorated with blossoms.
capital of the Confederacy, for the dec
omtlon of tbo
vou s genarnis
and of unknown
soldiers who fell
In the ranks.
There Is burled
Kalian t "Jeb"
Stuart, blain on
the fleld of Yellow
fit? tin imii inn- i
rears of i
age, and he died
a major general,
leaving an enduring
nnronATiNo tiik fame as
NAltKl LsS UIIAVES, a great cavalry
leader. (cnerul George Pickett, who
u lofty eminence overlooking the
James river sleeps .Jefferson Davis
soldier, statesman and president of the
Confederacy, with his devoted wife
"d "the Daughter of the
acy" lesido him. The latter was Miss
Winnie DavK leloved alike both north
nd sonth, .
"And on Memorial day," writes I.an.
don Knight In n recent magazine art
cle, "flowers from the hills of Ver-
mont commingle over her grave with
tho from the plains of Texas and the
'and of the setting sun as n tribute to
her worth and in attestation of a re-
Waiting For the Bugle.
By FRANK H. SWEET.
Copyright. IMS, by Frank H. Sweet.
1, Vaf wi for
.,&! , ry ff the bu
night dews are
The limbs of the
The field of our
1 1 IsrDsU T a? mf bivouac Is
pvi i s There is lead in
there is frost
In our hair;
The future is
As we lie with hushed breath till the
bugle is blown.
At the sound of the bugle esch com-
rade will spring,
Like an arrow released from the
strain of the string.
The courage, the impulse of youth
shall come back
To banish the chill of the drear
And sorrows and losses and cares fade
When that life giving signsl proclaims
the new day.
though the bivouac of age msy put
ice in our veins,
tnd no fiber of steel in our sinew remains;
Though the com
e r d a y ' s
march mce not
"flrVC J,Arm here
And the sunlight
pale and the
sound of our
down to a
We shall find
(fur lost youth
when the bugle
jfiiLtAiifii '&2& 3r,, KfJLJL strzzM
Mtes Nel Walker '
and Notary Public
Office vmhBlue&N unn.
fit. T. TRJWlS
Physician and Surgeon.
MARION, - KENTUCKY
Dr. M. Ravdin,
Practice Limited to Diseases
and Defects of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Suites 16 and 17, Arcade
Building. Glasses fitted.
EVANSVILLK, - INDIANA
Suited, Beehive Block
Marion. F Kentucky.
All work guaranteed. If any
work proves unsatisfactory, plcaBa
call at my office at onco.JiJ.j
Kevil & Co.
BAVI IBTABLIBHXD A
Fire Insurance Aiencv in
If you havo property in the town of
Nlarion, let them insure it. You
iball havo no reasons to regret it.
Offico in Press Bulding, Room 5
W. H. CLARK,
ipeoial attention given to collections.
Will practico in all the courts of the
3tatc and in tbo United- States court.
Office in Press Building, Room 7
Phone 207. Marion, Kr..
J. B. KEVIL,
Abstracting a Specialty
Office in Press Building, Room 5
lABI0N - KlNTUOKT
Ltrse Sleek ot Electric
Llfhl. Street RsIIhit
and Telephone Soppli e
Ccoiuotly en Hand.
Don't fail to send for latest Cata
logue No. 7.
Jas. Clark Jr, Eicctric Co.
313 W Main i Louisville, K)
Mctz & Sedberry
Clean towels, first class
work, electric massage, hot
or cold bath. Give us a call.
To step any pain, anywherein 20 minutes,
simply take just one of Dr.
Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Pain
means congestion. blood pressure-that
is nil. Dr. Shoop's Headache
or Pink Pain Tablets will quickly
coax blood pressure away from pain
centers. After that pain is gone.
Headache Neuralgia, painful periods
with women etc., get instant help. 20
tablets 25c Sold by Jas. H. Orme.
Kor outs, sprains, bruises, burns
rheumatic and all other pains, use
.McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
First sold in 18f2, still the samo
remedy in 1 DOS. Good for
nan or beast, 25c. f(Jc. and $1.00.
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