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FIFTEEN YEARS OF AGONY
Will You Contioue to Sutler From Catarrh
In the Face of This
'I suffered for fifteen year- with
catarrhal troubles so bad that I had
to leave the sea. 1 cuuld uot lie
down at night to sleep, on account
of the constant catarrhal dropping.
I went to two different hospitals
for treatment, but without any lasting
benefit. I was constantly raising
yellow and green phlegm, and
the trouble was so unbearable and
nauseating that I was ashamed to go
out in company. 1 have only used
two bottles of Hyomei, and have
been cured by the remedy. It has
made full and complete recovety."
Hyomei is a dry, healing, antiseptic
air, extracted from the Eucalytus
groves of Australia. It is a pleasure
to use Hyomei, because you do not
take it into the stomach; you simply
breathe in this germ-killing air, and
relief is immediate, and complete recovery
comes in a few days,
outfit, including an iuhalei that
that will last a lifetime, costs $1.00
If it does not cure your catarrh, asthma,
bronchitis, coughs or cold,
Haynes & Taylor will give you your
Farmers are very busy and crops
are looking well to be so late.
Uncle Bill Howard is catching
BOtne fine fish at tne mouth of Crab
Mrs. Ewell McKinley who was
operated for a cancer last week is get
t'ne along nicely and will Boon will
be thoroughly cured.
Oar meeting closed last week which
v us conducted by Hev. Coward of
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ou to Compare our Prices
The Acme Steel Rake
Car ios r'oiv kaiuica of merit than any rr.kc scld at a similar
vricc. The iramc is built alcng correct lines and is
strengthened by a heavy truss rod directly under the back.
The strain on this rake is distributed equally over the entire
rake. The wheels are Solid Steel and Extra Strong.
If you are in need of a Moweror a Rake, don't fail
to see the ACME LINE.
The Quality and Price is Right.
John K and wife pei.t
S inday in Kvansville
John Moore, of Hepiou, was iu our
town a few day agr.
Mrs. Ja. Denny, of Clay, parsed
thru here Sunday enrnute Rfpton.
Uncle John A. Crowe!!, of Trade-water
visited his son Harlan, of this
place !at week.
John Burton, of Clay, spent Saturday
here visiting relatives
The brass band here, has
a first cla teacher from Clay.
Sam Johnson of Henrhaw, passed
thru here Saturday.
The large tie boat Knos Taylor was
here a few days ago.
Health is good here.
The iariucrs are all behind with
Okley Hughe-, of Freedom visited
Lamcy Fritts, Saturday night.
Mass Conger and family, of Mcxi
co Tisitcd J M Fritts last week.
Baptising here the fuurth Sundaj
Several from here Mt. Zion Sunday.
F S Gass fell from a cherry tree
last Monday and broke his right collar
bone and three rib, be is getting
along as well ah could be expected.
About twenty of tbo Union farmers
will take plows and drills and plant
biB com aad fix his tobacco ground
News scarce this week.
It Does the Work.
Bishop Bros., merchants, Wilmorc
Ky., says; "Wc dou't want you to
let anyone else in our town have
Bourbon Hog Cholera Kerned y. It
does the work and we are going after
the business. Haynes Ac Taylor.
Furniture and Undertaking
My line of Furniture is complete in every respect
and consists of the HIGHEST Q UALITY and
LOWEST PRICES. My line of REED ROCKERS
is composed of the latest and most Up-to-Date Styles
See my line of Go-carts.
Coffins, Caskets, Robes and Steel
R. F. Dorr,
When you buy a Wagon or
Buggy, you are entitled to the best
thai money will buy. You can
make no mistake when you buy
cither from us. For more than fifty
years the Studebaker Wagon has
been the standard of excellence in
the wagon world. It has more good
features today than ever before.
GEO. DELKER BIGGIES.
Are the kind you can rely on. We
have them in all Styles and can
suit you in Prices.
Come and see us when in
f The Markets
Louisvile, Ky , May 27 Cattle market
steady and fairly active.
Good to choice export $ 0.25 u 6.60
Fair to good shipping 1.00 u 0.00
Good to choice butchers $5.50 a 5.
Medium to good butchers -1.75 a 5.25
Good te choice stockers 1.25 a
Medium to good stockers 3.75 n 1.00
Common to mediun stockers
3.00 n 3.50
Good to choice butchers 5.25 a 6.00
Medium to good butchers 5.50 a 5.50
Common to medium 2.00 a -1.00
Good to choice stockers 3.30 a 3:73
Common to medium
. 3.00 a 3.50
Good to choice butchers . .1.75 a 5.10
Medium to good butchers 4.25 a -1.75
Fair to good bologna 3.75 a 4.00
Common 3.00 a 3.50
to good butchers. 3.25
to medium butch-
2.75 a 3.50
and cutrers. 1.50 a 2.50
choice milchers 35.00 a 50.00
to good milchers 20.00 a 30.00
to plain milchers 10.00 a 20.00
Good to choice veals.
Medium to good
Sheep and Lambs.
5.50 a 6.00
.2.50 a 5 00
.2.00 a 3.00
Good to choice fat sheep.. 4.00 a 4.50
Fair to good mixed sheep.. 3.50 a 4.00
Rough and scalawags 2.00 a 3.00
Good to extra bucks. 3.00 a 4.25
Fair to good bucks 3.00 a 4.00
Choice yearlings 6.00 a 6.50
Fair Jo good yearlings. . 5.00 a 6.00
Spring lambs 6 5o a 7.00
Hog receipts very light; market 5 to
10c higher; prime heavies $5.50; mixed
160 pounds and up. $5.35 to $5.45;
lights, $5.10 to $5.25; pigs, $4 to $4.50
roughs, $4.50 to $5.00 Closed steady.
Chicago, May 27. The what market
was dull and prices steady. A
strong market at Liverpool offset the
excellent growing weather in this
country. July onened 1-8 and 1-4 higher
at 89 1-4 a 89 3-8, sold down to 89 and
then advanced 89
Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago reported
receipts of 30 cars.
The high price for July was 91 1-1
and the close was strong with July up
1 3 4 at 90 7-8.
The corn market was strong chiefly
because of light offerings. May opened
at 76 to 77c which was a new high
mark for the season. July opened unchanged
to 1-8 higher at 05 3-1 to 65
7-8 and sold at 00 1-8 a 60 1-1. Local
receipts wore 880 cars.
The high price for May corn wad
79c, and it ciosed at 78, 2c above the
close of yesterday. Sentiment in the
was bullish all day. The high
point for July was 06 7-8. The close
was strong with July 1 1-8 higher at
with the Prices of others.
Buck-eye Sunbeam Cultivator.
Are you going to buy a cultivator this season? The best is
always the Cheapest. You want the Best. We have the Buck-eye-Sunbeam,
the best one made. Balanced Frame with Parallcd
Beams. The Steele Axle is of one continuous piece, giving it great
strength. This Cultivator is Perfectly Balanced. Light and Neat
in Appearance. Steel Wheels. Double Tongue. Four Spring
in Every Detail, Ask to See One.
Chicago, May 27. -Cattle--Receipts
about 2,000, marked steady, beeves,
$1.75 to 7.25, Texans, $4.65 to $5.00.
westerners, $4.50 to $0, stockers and
feeders. $3.50 to $5.50, cows and heifers.
$2 50 to $0 It), calves, $1.75 to
Hogs-Receipts about 10,000, market
strong to a shade higher, light $5.20 to
$5.50 heavy, $5.15 to 5.30; mixed.
$5.25 to 5.62 1-2. right $5.15 to 5.80.
good to choice heavy $6.30 to 5.60;
pigs, $1 to 5.10. hulk of sales, 5. 10 to
Sheep -Receipts about 10,000; market
weak at yesterday's decline, na
tive, $.7fi to $5.60; western, $.1.76 to
$5.50 yearlings, $5.75 to $0.35. lambs,
$1.76 to 7.20, western, $4.75 to 7.20.
St. Louis Livestock.
St Louis, May 27.
5.500; iucluding 2.100 Texans. Steady
to 6c lower.
Reef steers, $4.76 to 7.15; stockers
and feeders, J3 to 2, cows and heifers,
$3.75 to 6.25, Texas steers, $3.50 to
5.60; cows and heifers, $1.75 to 4.75.
Hogs -Receipts 10,500; market steady.
Pigs and lights, $3.75 to 5.55; packers,
$4.75 to 5.50; butchers and bent
heavy, $5.45 to 5.55.
Sheep Receipts 6,500; market 6 to
Natives, $3.25 to 5; lambs, $4.50 to
Cincinnati, May 27. Hogi active,
10c higher. Butchers aad shippers,
$5.70 to 5.75; common, $4.35 to $5.35.
Cattle slow and easy; fair to good
shippers, 15.25 to 6.25; comon, $2.50 to
Shap stsady, $2.75 to 5; lambs slow
and lower, $5 to 6.25.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Kobt.
May 2Hrd, a Gne girl.
Mrs Ch,s Wolfe, of Salem, is the
guest of Mrs Chas Padon of this,
Kd Lowery, one of our best citizens
will remove his family this week to
T C Phillips after a week
spent in Paducah, has returned
home accompanied by Mra. Frank
Phillips and son, of that city, ti
Norman Henry, of Marion was tho
guest of Miss Nona Cothran, Sunday
Messrs. II A Haynes, Allio fcnd
John Moore, John Blue and Miss
Nolle Walker were in Pyousburg
last week on legal business
Mr and Mrs Harry Martin ao
Mrs Wallie Smith, oi Tiline was
the guest oi Mrs Kobt Clifton last
Mrs Hobt Jackson and sistoi Miss
Leon Yancey and Mrs Katie Glass
were visiting in Puducah several days
Mrs Sue Barnes has been visiting
in I'aducah and Brookportlll
Mrs Mary Langston is 'at Hot
Beautify your homes, by using NEW ERA PAINT. It
lasts longer and looks better and goes farther than any paint on the
FULL SEVENTEEN POINDS TO EVERY GALLON
Don't take our word for it, but test it on the scales, and then compare
it with other PAINTS. We keep a well selected stock and
can furnish you any color you may desire.
COMETO SEE US. YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME.
T. H. Cochran & Company.
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Saturday June l.lth, is the da)
set for the cleaning ofl of the ucw
Dcusburg cemetery. It is thought
that our citizens will heartily corporate
in the work
On the eveniug of June (Uh at tho
byousburg City Hill the ladio ol
tho Baptist church will give an ice
Mi Lilly Grave mid I' K Cook-soy
will attend Coiiiiiioiicotnont
nt St Vinecnt.
Scott Paris i siek with tho mumps
Kuiory Stoall is visiting horofroiu
Washington, where he has a position
as manager iu a warehouse.
W W Slovall was visiting in
Several from here have been goiug
to the new lake near Dyrusburg and
bringing back lots of fish.
Some went from hcrt to 1'iney
Fork Saturday to Decoration day.
Kd Waddell and family and Sam
Bathccrs and wife were visiting near
J G Wilson and wife were visiting
Will Adams and family last well.
Will Minncr and wife, of Marion
were the guest in our section last
Uncle Frank Paris' had a slight
paraljaltic stroke last week but is
Miss Dickie Rankin, of Marion
was visiting in our section last week,
Ros Young and wife of Cedar
Springs fecction were visiting Sherman
Pans last week,
Dr Nirauo and family,- of Marion
were visiting W L Adam's and family
II S Hill is giving his'dwclling a
nice coat of paint.
Mr and Mrs J T Bighaui and faiu
ily of Crajnc were the gue6tsof T M
Hill and family Sunday.
Uncle Bill Wheeler of View has
sold his horse and is taking it a-foot
to sec his best girl. Billy don't
want any limited lino to his visits.
Mrs. Rhodu Williamson, ol Caldwell
Springs neighborhood, was
viiiting in Chapel Hill Saturday
A goodly crowd was present ut
Chapel Hill on decoration day.
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Daniels, of
ucar Weston, were tho guests of W.
II, Bighaui and daughter last Friday
Our community is well blessed
'with rain; too much so for farming
purposes. A good many not thru
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Jill' preciui't i uLotit through
setting tobacco A small acreage
for this vear.
A good many f .jtr bj fr.un
tins violiiitu. MVnt tn tht like be
low Caldwell Springs un a fishing
tour last Frtdn) ml hml ird luck
Mr uud Mr! Jawcs 1'nnada eau-
tho young aiH I4 pNplr if (Mia pel
1 1 til a very nice iheio t tbtir
homo last Sunday veni!iy and ovtfy
quo eHjoywl ihewslr very Mk.
Mu .Mttt Prry the guaM
Of Mrs. Chirlio Clouiaul and family
Mastar ArlI Waller was risking
his grand-father and aunt, W. H.,
and Mt5 Ruby llijjliam Saturday
uiirht and Sunday.
Miss Bertha Long returned homo
Wednesday from Marion, where she
has boon the guet of hor sister,
Mrs J. M Porous.
Weak women should try Dr. Slioop'it
Night Cure. These soothing. hcHllng.
antiseptic suppositories go direct to the
seat of these weaknesses. My "Book
No. 4 For Women" contains many valuable
hints to women, and it ia free.
Ask Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis., to mail
it. Ask the Doctor in strictest confidence,
any questions you may wiah
answered. Dr. Shoop'a Night Cure i
sold by Jas. H. Orme.
Bro. Oakley filled his regular appointment
at Sugar Grove Saturday
and Sunday, preaching a splendid
sermon to a large audience.
Dr Kemp and family of Luzon arc-visiting
relatives in this section
Henry Met and Albert Fritts of
Mattoon attended church at Sugar
Joe Clin ton of WalUcevillo Texas
is visiting relatives iu this community-
The inrant ofMr. and Mrs. Jmncw
Cullot w.i buried ut Sugar Grove
Harvt; Pnter ami family and Mrs.
Phil I)cbo, of Marion, attended
church at Sugar Grove Sinday.
Miss Kdna Roberts who hns boeti
teaching school at Tolu has returned
Mrs. Flleu Travis who has been-quite
sick is reported no bettor
J. Inglis went to Providence last
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