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You won't toll your family doctor
tho whole about jour pmate
illness you aro too modest. You
need not Ik-aft .ml to tell Pink-ham,
at I.mid, Mass., the things you
could not explain to tho doctor Your
letter w ill lie held in the ht t
From hor viust
with sirk woman duiiiiK the
past thirty years she may lmvo
piined tho very ki tli.it will
help your ease Ml. h li tti rsaH the follow
inp, from grateful women, establish
loyond a doubt the jmverof
to eomim r all K male diseases.
Mm. Norman It. Uarndt,of Allen-town,
" Kvtr Mnro I vvns ftlxtrcn yearn of
ntje I had MilTVrcd tr"tn nn organic
nnl fcuuilo wcnltiicut; ip
I linil ilnnclfiil licntlnchr
Mml waHcxtri'iiii'lr ru'rvotiH. My pliyst
nan wiiil I nnit jju tlirtitiirh an operation
to jr"t wo! I. A friend told mo
jU.ut I.j. lia K I'inUlirtm'i Wpptulile
t7"'inH.iiiiil, an'. I t'l itnnd vvrutv you
for H1uv, fi'll.nv illtf iur l.rr ttoiia
rarcfulh. ninl tlmukh to you I nm today
a i-U woman, and "l am telling
all ihj friends nf my oxpt'ricnoc."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEA.
l'ir thirty I.j'dia K.
fnmi mot himI herbs, has lx-en tho
standard remedy for letnale ills,
and h.sixsitively cured thousrtiulsoi
wiimen troubled with
hbronl minors, irregularities,
ivriodie pains, baekarhc that
feeling. llaHiluticy, indices,
tioidirziness.oi nervous jirobtrution.
Rcnponlny a (iold Mini: ol Posey.
fr m pane six.
swords .til m.ikliiK endless spcechog.
The ruinarks art? terse, curt, nnd tho
linthlnklnic. Intense lint red which Is
Loinaiou In times of war Is keenly
fill by the render. One can but
sxtiipathlze with Mercedes when sh
finds her husband anions the solders
Mho have partaken of the
Honor, and shudder with her as she
lirlnks the remaining portion.
Atdrli h can also be factious:
Snie weep because they part,
And languish broken-hearted.
nd others. O my heart!
lit i aline they never parted.
Perhaps tiin divorce evil was rampant
In his da) as It Is In ours.
tn poor Claudius! The rich old
gentleman of (Ireece. who died and
left to nioiir his loss (for a while
oiiug widow. Tlta un-
mourned, but Claudius
mil never be convinced that she did.
I'nr while he languished In Hades.
'uiln been a iowerful man on
latth he was granted n wish In tho
lower world Oho wish, nnd ho
( hose thnt he might have the vase
(ui.talmng Tlta's tents.
"Swifter than a thought
The presence vanished, and the tlaak
was brought --Slender.
W'lih jet-black tulips on a saffron
A tln Jar of percelaln. If you will,
Which tent tenra would raur
more than Ml.
With i. ireful linger Claudius broke
When s'i 'denly n well-known morry
of laughter leapt Jrom out the vial's
nd ilPl, as diss tho
dandle t stared; then, struck with
Kiversed tho llagk alas for Tltn's
Served it enfToD, tho new eolTee
KUtistituto known to grocer's everywhere
as Dr Shoop's Health Collco,
wili triek oven a eoileu expert. Not
fjJAflgrauiofro.il eolTee in it either
-' l'ure henlthlul teaiteil grains malt
nut-, etc. have bon so cleverly
t.i 1...1 .. ., . ..:... n. ..i.,. r. .n.. .... .
uiuiiuuii an iu ni a .. 1 1111 y nullifying
coffee tate and flavor. And
it is made in a minute," too! No
tedious 'JO to ;J0 minutes boiling.
Test it and seo. Dr. Shoop 's created
Health Coffee that the people, might
have a gonuine coffeo substitute, and
onothat would be thoroughly satisfy
ing in every possible respect. Sol'd
by Morris and YatcB.
ADKQUATK AND l.VADEQUATK.
In hlB memornble address boforo
tho Chamber of Commerce at
Senator Knox, of
vnaln, conclusively exhibited tho difference
In progress between cities
wltli adoiuate facilities for
by wntcr nnd cltleH whose
facilities for water transportation
were lnadequnte. Tho difference
uns nil the more marked because of
the faet that tho two clasBvs of ell leu
were under one nnd the same
rmuent, with the government
lt generous aid to ono
ttPH ii ml withholding In from tho
The cities cited by Senator Knox
wro Chicago. Cleveland, Huffnlo,
Milwaukee. Toledo and Diiluth
rltles having a combined
population of 71 I. SOS In 1870, unci
of :i 2 1 1.273 In 1900. a period of
twenty ears. The other cities were
St I.ouls. Cincinnati. New Orleans.
Louisville. KiinnaB City, Memphis,
r.uiHvllIfi anil Wheeling. In 1x70
the combined popuhitlon of the eight
was SOU 70. In 1000 It was
There Is no good reason, so
far riH Iniliifctrlfll and commercial
iiasoiiH. (HmatP. location nnd othr
n . MonHblc elPinentH nn considered,
whv the eight cltli llrst iminml
boiild hnve had less popiilntlnu
ban the other cities In 1H70 nnd
tbre time the nopulatlon twentv
, 'arj later la 1000 but tberr
Iletween Is'O twl ' 'Q t'. .-v
II l.'tll ..' ' It, ,) tf ,(0,, ).,,.
. cd the h'. .ad d e.- ,
1 'lid Itiipno ! 'i irborv of.
lit iltli R'ul tv;ertp
"' ' 'it whosi hnnks the other
' clti were located and. hh
Senator ICnox mliiilniblv put U- "The
fact thnt the lake chfcnneU have
been Improved to m continuous ileptli
of twenty-one feot and s large share
of the harbors deepened
compared to the Interruptions
and the llmltitlou of Imperfectly
oved rivers estnbllshes a conclusion
hlrlt. once seen, cannot be
It Is a roncluslon that Is Irresistible
There Is no reason why there
should be Improvement of one channel
of waterwav transportation to
the noKlert of another like channel
of equal. If not of greater Import
for It Is Inevitable that the one
ureat feeder of the Panama Canal
'Mil be the Ohio river That Is al
r which must lie conceded in 'he
light of the enormously rich and
valuable resources of the Ohio Val-l
flutes The Ohio Valley improvement
Association Is enlisted In
flu lMiile for (be life of the Ohio
nnd the life of th trade mid
Industrial, icrb ultiiral nnd
lulnltiK lutciests of h Ohio
It nriret on nil Industrial.
and mining Industries and
on ill (oinmunlflos la the Valley to
s. nd to the forthromlnx
invention ol o tober 22 and 23.
reitrewent.iiives and enthusiastic
to aid In the completion of
thr work of raiinllxtnK the great
t res in to a til tie-foot Uki from
IMttsbtiiK to Cnlro.
The uhtilccoine, liarmUs grcon
lea vc slid tender tcinp. of a lung
healing mountainous lit ub, give to
Dr. Sboop's Cough Hemedy its jura
tivc properties. Tickling or dry
brontcal roughs ijuiclly and safely
yield to this highly clfccttvc Cough
medicine. Dr. Shoop inotheri
that they can with fufetv give it to
oven very young babos. No opium
no ohlorofnrni absolutely nothing
harsh or harmful. It cdtns the
cough, and hcaN the
membrane.. Accept no other.
Demand Dr. ijhuop's. b'old by .Ijs.
ItlVAIi ILLINOIS TOWNS MAKIXO
A I'U.'HT KOIt IT.
Shawneetown. 111. Oct. 1.
the oldest town In tho
state, the home of the Poseys, where
lived the pioneers of Illinois Is
again struggling to retain the county
r.ipltul Kor man enrs fits
question bus agitated the citizens ol
Gallatin count). The old court
house, where Lincoln. Ingersoll, Logan
and numerous other legnl llchts
of that day and ago practiced. Mill
stands --a wreck of Its former elf
If the citizens of Shawneetown attempt
to repuli It the ti wii of Kldg
way will serve an Injunction md
tin re tt remains, although time nnd
again tho building has been on
dcnincd. Hut the county siat war
Koes merrily on.
One of tho few land marks of the
InteniHl improvement svstem of 1S37
Is tho bank building of the 'lank
of Illinois." of Shawneetown, which
was orected In 1S3S. It Is of ma -five
itone nnd brick, four MoMos
high. flft feet front and nlne feet
deep. It Is of Doric an hltocture
with live solid stone columns fortv
feet high and sixty Inches In ill muter.
The building, which cost $S1.
000. Is Imposing In appearance and
although constructed seventy vfars
ago, would grace nn of our modi rn
cities. The -Hank of Illinois" h s
six branches, tlnleno. Oulniv M mi
.Jacksonville. I'ekln and Inwienic
burg. The bank and its branches
were forced to close business in
Is1!:!, and the banking Iioum of
Shawneetown wns sold to (5o Joel
A Malteson, who started a bank
them lit lsfia, or KSfH. In (hug.- of
A II. Stafford as cnsliler Subse
weiit. Mr. Stafford removed to
Cairo, when L. II. Leach took
of It until the war of the I'nlon
ensued, when the bank ceased to
do business and Mr. Mattesou, fearing
that the country would be overrun
by the rebels, sold It to Thos
S. Rldgwny for tho trilling sum of
To quickly check a cold, druggists
arc dispensing everywhere, a clever
Candy Cold Cure Tablet called
I'roventics aro also fine for
feverish children. Take Preventics
at the sneeze stage to head off all
colds. Box of Sold by
Jas. II. Urine.
A pain prescription is printed upon
each 2.rio box of Or. Shoop's I'ink
I'uin Tablets. Aik your Doctoj or
Druggist if this formula is not cmiii
plotu, Head pni i. wninanlv pains,
pains nti) where get itislniu relief
from a l'ink Pain Tablet. Sold by
.Jas. I!. Ormo.
IMITICKN MILLION Ml'SIIKLS.
There nre 15.000,000 bushels or
coal In the harbors at Pittsburg
waiting for a rise In the Ohio to
enable them to reach markets on tho
Ohio nnd the Mississippi. Thero Is
a vast amount of coal In the
Kanawha also denied a market because
of low wator In the Ohio, hut
enabled to reach the Ohio river because
of the canalization of tho
Knnawha, Just as the fleet at Pittsburg
was onnblod to rench that city
because of tho canalization of the
'I ho quostlon: Why should an
enormous amount of coal such as
Is in tho Kanawha and in the Pittsburg
harbors be compelled to nwalt
transportation by menus of rains,
rnd compel ljsses not only to tho
j'.vaera of titc cutl but to the Indus-
! '. r." " olhrr .Tvri'Ir.g
'b '.'' Is a tH'Stii of vital
..: i. and i. unlly answered
t ' rit only the ecal ow.ier who !a
nut o !os. The factory and the
eniphja of the factor are put to
loan and with loss to factory owner
nnd to factory operative tho merchant
lobes and so does tho farmer
and so do all Interests, in fact.
The Hoot at Pittsburg has, been
written up In the Pittsburg pnpors
at great length. It has been photographed
mid the photographs show
Its extent and they also Bhsw the
paralysis which has come because
of Inadequate mentis of trnnsportn
tlon for the railroads nre. admittedly,
absolutely unable to move It
and they also show the fact, silently,
but most effectively, the absolute
necessity for completion of
tho canalization of the Ohio river
from Pittsburg to Cairo to a nine
Nature has not been kind this
year In the matter of tilling the bed
of the Ohio to a navigable stage
but the enormous Interests of tho
great Ohio Valley States should not
be made dependent on the kindness
of Nature when bv supplementing
rains the coal and the ore nnd the
other subjects of water transportation
could he delivered, as thoy
might to he delfvered, when the demand
Is made and the suppl) on
hand To-day the supply Is on hand.
tu' cannot respond to the demand
for the tonson that the Ohio river,
a giea' natural highway of trade
and commerce, s unnnvlgnble nnd
one preat reason why It 'should be
made navigable Is found In the report
of Colonol William T. Hossell.
(engineer Corps, IT. S. A , In charge
of the work of Improvement of the
Ohio He gives the rato for transportation
of coal from Pittsburg to
Memphis, per ton. at $3.73 by rail
nnd 2 cents by wnter nnd the
even charging their enormous-1
ndvnnced rates of freight for coal
are without facilities for Its transportation.
The object lesson of the coal fleets
In the Pittsburg hnrbors and at tho
mouth of the Knnawha nwaitlng a
rise In the Ohio Is emphatic In Its
showing that the one great need of
tho six great Ohio Valley States Is
the completion of the Improvement
of tho Ohio from Pittsburg to Cairo
to a nine foot stage all the year. It
Is to that end the Ohio Valley should
Would Mortgage The Farm.
A farmer on Rural Route 2,
Ga , V A Flo)d byname, says:
"Kiicklcn's Arnica Salve cured the
two worst fores I ever aw: one on
ui) hand and one on my Ice. It is
w.nb. more than its weight in gold.
I uotild not be without it if I had to
mortgage the farm to get it."
(July USc at J II Ormc's and Hayncs
vV 'lilors drug More.
II ou are not, it U a sign of
disease, a sign ol some hidden
female trouble, that may be undermining
and weakening our constitution,
and laving up for )ou
much future suffering.
Many thousands of weak, Irregular,
suffering women have, In
the past 50 jcars, been greatly
benefited or cured by the use of
that successful, purely
vegetable, female tonic and curative
Apple 0. Dame, ot Alio, Tex.,
writes: "I caught cold, which
made me Irregular and gave me
pains In my shoulders and sides.
For almost 2 weeks I could not
lift a chair. Cardal brought me
all right again; I have no more
pains and aa la very good
At All Dru&lstJ
WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE,
statins tigt and describing symptoms,
to Ladie AdvUery Dept.,
no i,nauanuosa jaeurauo .u..
Chattanoogra, Tenn. J H
The Struggle Discourages Many a
Citizen ui Marlon.
'Around all day with an aching
Can't at night ;
Knougb to make any one "give
Doan's Kidney Pills will give renewed
They will euro the backache,
Cure every kidney ill.
Here is Marion proof that this is
J. K. Gla, living nn lkllville
St., Marion, Ky., siys: "I canno
express the gratitude I foci for the
beneficial results I obtained from the
utc o! l)sd. j K.dL0 I'll! j. I have
' opt r mdv "" 'bo houfe ton
fr i be livo years and
ouimidor it worth its woight in gold.
I bad been subject to backaches for a
long time in lad, the affliction caused
me to spend many sleepless nights.
I took remedies, and medicines but
did not find any relief. I was finally
persuaded to use Doan's Kidney
l'illa and procured them at Hayncs
it Taylor's drug store. In less than
a week the pains in my back had
vanished as it by magic and I have
not been troubled seriously since.
Occasionally I linvo slight occurrences
of backache when I catch a
heavy cold, but on Mich occasions I
procure Dean's Kidniy fills and
they give me the rctpiircd reliof.
For salo by all dealers l'rico SO
cent, l'ostcr Milburii Co.. Itufialo,
New York, sole agoul for the United
ltcmcmhtr the name Doan's
and take no othor. 1"
.maii: kuo.m ui:i:s.
Ti'Mis Mh Cienti'st Honey
Stnie In the Union.
Tvavnldt. Tex., Sojit. 17. The
output of honey In Texas Inst year
was 4, 90S. 000 pounds. California'
came next, with an output of 3,067.-000
pounds, nnd New York third,
with an output of 3,422.000 pounds.
Missouri was fourth, with an output
of 3,01 S, 929 pounds.
Texas also stands first In the
number of colonies of bees, the number
belns 417,000. The honey crop
of TexnB brings an annual revenue
of approximately $500,000, tho price
for which It fcells ranging from S
to 10 cents a pound. In addition
the sell many thousand
dollars' worth of bees each year.
These colonies of bees are Bhlpped
to all parts of the United States and
to foreign countries.
A Healthy Family.
'Our whole family has enjoyed
good health sinco we began using
Dr. King's New Life I'ilh, three
years ago," says L A Bartlct, of
Rural Routo 1, Guilford, Maine.
They cleanse and tone the system in
a gentle way that does ou good 125c
at J II Ormc's and Ilauts & Taylor
a drug btores.
KILL the COUGH
AND CURE the LUNGS
WITH Dr. King's
H K W "uuna bo a n.oo.
i un OLDS Trial Bottle Free
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Stomach troubles would more
quickly diappcar if the idea of treating
the cause, rather than the effect
would come into practice. A tiny,
inside, hidden nerve, avs lr. Shoop
goiom the Moinaeh. A branch also
goes to the Ileart. and one to the
lvidncs. When these 'inside nerves"
fail, then tho organ must falter.
Dr. Shoop's Restorative is directed
especially tu those failing nerves.
Within IS hours after starting the
Restorative treatment patients say
they realize a gain. Sold by ). II.
Notice To A, S. oi t. Locals.
The Crittenden county Union of
American Society of Equity, will
meet in Marion, Oct. 10th, 11108, at
1 o'clock p, m. All locals in the
county should send a full delegation.
A. F. prcs't.
W. E. Smith, Sec'y
Ileart Btrenath. or Ilesrt Weaknesi, xneani Ncrrt
ptrcriffth. ox Nerve WeaknM.1 nothing more. Positively,
not one weak heart in hundred It, In Itself,
actually diseased. It U almost always a
hidden tiny little nerve that really U all at fault
This obscuro nerve the Cardiac, or Heart Nerve
lniplr needs, and must have, more power, more
stability, more controlling, more eoremlns
strength. Without that the Heart must continue
to (all, and the stomach and kidneys also have
these same controlling nervo.
This clearly explains why as a medldne, D.
Bhoop Restorative has In the past done to much
for weak and ailing Hearts. Dr. Shoop llrst sought
the cause of all this painful, palpitating, suffocating
heart distress Dr. Shoop't Restorative thl
popular prescription tt alone directed to these
weak and wnstinir nerve centers. It builds
Ittrengtbent: It offers real, genuine heart help.
If you would have strong Hearts, strong dictation,
strengthen the Lnervai
lham at needed, with
We have alvnee calls for over
5,000 gradutacs to be furnished i
ti f rrmipc -oar. Tho nn r' i
-out law, gullig itiio wilict iitxi
March, has created a shortage of
about 20,000 telegraphers on the
railroads of the United States.
Positions paying $00 to $90 per
month to beginners absolutely
under a $150 bond.
This Institute is the largest of its
kind in America and is under the
direct supervision of railway officials
Enter at lny time, Write for ful
National TKi.EoitAiMi Institute,
Now that the wool carding season
is over, we are in position to do
your corn grinding and will make
you tho best of men for table use,
we also have cracked corn for chicken
feed. We have meal for sale.
1 Pa his a Rankin.
BLXKEEC'S 535 SUCCCED I
TMi is to b.lll Nr Atrial' nlll'W
mtke toj our r Tniueat customer.
Prize Collftln l'KJieT
mtM tiik.it: .ri. it Ona, sixHtvrie.
lOtprtr'iWfl 1 alb. I .
Write to-'y; ." this Papsr.
SEK3 uJ CEftTS
ioroTr rojtaxianl fi'lins&r.l rKlT thfa Ti.1ua.fc1c
k rol!,clioa oi PfJft o:nff a. i9fciicr iin my oif
InilrnfiiTC iirffniHa' rrea ra fiani itook,
Mil, u iDuii uo um nt in ci ni, i unu. ic
HW DUao;3, kouiiroBD, STREET ill
TO HOME SEEKERS.
And Parties Who have Farms For
If you are looking for bargains
in farms, call or write
Wm. S. Lowery, Salem, Ky.
If you have a farm to sell at a
bargain, I am also in a position
to help you, only one
who have bargains to oiferin
farm lands, need apply or
write me, as I am only in the
market for bargans for my
clients, aid I believe I fully
understand the country and
know values, and if you are
in the market for farms at
bargain prices, or want to sell
bargains in farm lands, call
on or write,
Wm, S, Low.ErY, Real estate
dealer, Salem, Ky.
F. W. NUNN,
Suio 3, Hcchivc Block
All work guaranteed. If any
work proves unsatisfactory, plcaso
call, at my offico at once.
Miss Nell Walker
and Notary Public
Office with Blue & Nunn.
WHY PAY RENT ?
We Will Ktlibi rM s, l,rt.p $1,000,
Jibuti, :! uuu, 4 i.i. : mm.
Incorporattil aui1h.ii '. i. ..tiial tto.uiu
. For further particulars see
J. C. Wallace, Marion, Ky.
We carry the most complete
line of Coffins, Caskets
and Furniture ih Crittenden
County. Call and get our
Nunn & Tucker
Bnckbee'i "Full ol Life" Northern Grow
l'ediKreed Seedt have a reputation ot 38 years ol
tucccssiul teed growing behind them. It pay! to
plant the best.
Earliest Red Valentine . . Ji.50 Bushel
Refugee Ilxtra Karly . . Jj.35 Bushel
New Strinfiless Green Toil . $3.70 Bushel
Wardu ell's Imp. Kidney Wax U 5 Bushel
Davis New White Wax . . J4.75 Bushel
Cunie's Rust I'roof Wax . U!fl Bushel
Extra Early Alaska . . . f 3 50 Bushel
New Early Grailus . . . . J5 V Bushel
Horsford's Market Garden . 1.1 so Bushel
Buckbee's Lightning Express Jj.00 Bushel
Lettuce. Rftdiih, Tomato nnd a full line ot
Seedt, Plants and Bulbs at lowest growing price.
Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of
your requirements and will quote prices.
Buy direct from the grower Save Money.
Write today. Mention this paper.
H. W. BUCKBEE
16J5 Baclbet St., RKiford S4 Farms, Rockford,
(Busy Bee Block) a,
Parlor Barber Shop
(Jsrr.cs Mocabce 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
J. B. KEVIL.
Abstracting a Specialty
Office id Press Building, Room 5
Jamon - Kjcntooky
Dr. M. Ravdin,
Practice Limited to Diseases
and Defects of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Ichel Block Cor. 3rd and
Main Glasses fitted,
KVANSVILLK. - INDIANA
Also Largo Stook of Electric Light
Street Railway and Telephone Supplies
Constantly on II and.
Don't fail to send for latest Catalogue
Jas. Clark Jr., Electric Company,
313 W Main St, Louisville, Ky,