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If you enn help it. Kodol prevents Dyspepsia, by
effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion.
But don't trifle with Indigestion.
A gront mnny people who hnve
trifled with Indigestion, limn boon
wirry for It when norvoun or
chronic drapeiMlii rnolted. ami
they hnvp nut Intern nble to euro It.
1'so Kodol nnd provont having
Kwrjono Is subject to Indigos-
t'on Stomach doraiigoiiiant follow
wi wnarh abiw, Just an naturally
i d iet mi aurely r a pound a:nl
I'altliy atoinach roaulm upon I ho
taking of Kodol
When rou evporlonco BOiitne
of stomach, bridling of gna anil
nana ntlng fluid tiliiati( sensation,
rnawliifc rain In ibo pit of tli
iim ', !(.!, VP ., .St dllllllf'4 or
ilim'itr tlrl ff'.nK you need K-i!
'I A"i tl . n tin (ii.trknr you take
K did llii le''cr Vat what you
w..nt. Ut Ko(o digest It
Oi (Unary pepsin "dyapopaln tablet."
phvslca. etc , aro not likely
to bo of muth benefit to you, In
digeativo niliuetua. Pepsin Is onb
i n TftYiOR rv i ,Q V
A I i.imJiii. 1.
. ..k m. . -
ry Xllil I'ICIiitlUU tu till, uwn (Ji uii.30iuiii oti viLta
5 ip .ill diseases of stock. Calls answered day or night.
rclcnlionc 321 MARION. KY. (?)
It) Kill!) Illill llll! Of Cilliliilit.
CIiiciil'o, III., Feb !l -The three
to"- il the Cn iliiiuiilnl Nitioulbink
mu 1 tj;.,ir'.' .M It'MioliN, prti
(l'tt t th' iniiilir io'i dial at a
t,im Iim mm 1 1 r had beuu
I'lerca! 'I iinnni vote from
y:, turn tu .iii.coo.
1 Ills M Mkrtli in. direct completion j
.1 ( T 1
ll' II . i ' (Me I II 1 1 I'll
Btute.s of Anierici lor tho services I
If Mr. IleynoldH. I
The 'ni'rpise it i lio'iievfil, will '
tuvo ati eliimoiit in tho (lucisiou ot
lloynoltH as to accepting or re-
ling a tcnticr of tho portfolio of
fctary of tho trcflury, which it is
cerUio, haa been informatly
$5.00 a Year'
Less Than The
n parllal dlKCBtcr and pliyslca aro
j not dlgeatcrt) at nil.
Kodol la a perfect dlpentr If
you could bpo Kodol dlKcctliiRrvery
lMirtlcle of foiMl. of all kind, In tho
irlaai test-tube" In our laboratories
you would know this Just na well
aH wo do.
Nature and Kodol will alwayn
cure n alclc atomnch but fli order
to Im) cured, the atoinach niimt reaL
That In what Kodol doe rest thu
Ktoiunch, while tha atoinach net a
well. Jiint .ih simple aa A, II, ('
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,k-,i ..H.t.f i. .in jgvi it uni
I Inr lattllp llitn ymi Wiivb hb 4 hn
ntlrt oiilriil if tlir lilln If you can
I li nirslly mt) . Hint ll lm i I oii unjr
r.Hl, ret urn the ! Hw ilriiKtrot mii'I
t ir will rvliiiiil lour without nnr.
t lim ur l In.y. V will th.n M(
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ilrngiiUt kiMtw Hint niiririiiirnnt, f I- k.l.
Tlilii!Vr itiplli'M In Hi- Inrce lltli only
mill to litil oiif in a IhiiiII Thu lnrn. N.(
lie iiniiili)IS4 ttUMM Ilk louoa (in lUo ttltr
I'rllt I ot Ho.
Kodol la prepand at laboratories
of IS. C. Do Witt &. Co., Chicago.
Imil' I iMrtliicemnn I cniriiir ..
liehl forth by l'resiiieiit e'ei't T.ift to
the (Miita'o lianlyfr.
niirfis Finis TiirKny. .
Mr" 11 A. S'lUor, St4photistiur;,
Ky , "iijx: "Vour lintirlinn Poultry
Guru is ulritflit I hail tt fine turkey
so aid; with choleri she tumid not
oat ami it euro'i her. I alo cureil
my cliiekenif gapes with it." ijulil
lV V T.tvlor.
Don't forget Feb. 22nd
It may be you will win.
F. T. CLir, Fredonia, Ky.
OT.KING'S NEW DISCOVERY
WHI Surtty SUr? That Couflh.
LANDS OF ePui
KINPEI? or THE "FIRST 'PRESIPENT STILL
"RESIPE IN VIRGINIA QUAINT FREPERICKS
BURG AND "WARV, MOTHER OF GEORGE .
T JM, VN of ll10 kinll,',1 of
ITPm Washington art
VU '"K "" ""' ""ceatral lands
W vifi Wostmorolnnd county.
'aT ,&f Virginia Wiihin plutol
hot of the site of tho
In which WaahinRton wna born
I riMiheim houne, built by William
tiKutlii WiiHhliiRton, nophew of
'i'n.' WiihlitiiRinii and son of OeirBO
V:i' MiiKton'a elder half brother
:tai Rrandnloce of (Juorgo
W nliliiKttn de there today.
I'm derlckshurK by the
wan tin- boyhood home of R forgo
WflKhliiKton Thero he attended Hchool
to Mr llobb. and there the
therr tree Incident was la'
there he subdued the wild t
and then' he threw a silver dollar, 01
iiher uliiect, ncroius the Rappahannock
river The colt Incident In believable
and the pitching Mnry Ih plausible.
It at Fredericksburg that
was Inltlnted Into .Masonry. It
wan there that he took tlnal leave of
his mother before aHUiimlng the office
of president In New York, and It wns
there that Mrs Washington,
b known In that city and the
count r roundabout as "the Rose of
KppliiK Forest," P.elle of l.ancaHter."
' the Human Matron" and "Old .Madame
died August 2&. 1789
Not long after the birth of Reorgo
WaahltiKtcn between Pope's nnd
Fridge h creeks In Westmoreland
" " ,'JS"'
T. .ar- . .
Mrs. Washington's Cottage at Fredericksburg, Where George
Bade Farewell to Hla Mother and Where She Died.
ty, the Washington family mother,
fnther. Augustine. Lawrence and
(iiHri;o remoed to a farm in Stafford
county, directly across the river from
Fredericksburg The date of the removal
of the Wnshlngtons from the
Potomac to the Itnppuhnnnock Is
doubt rul but It occurred between 1735
nntl 17 The Rappahannock farm
hftil bisn owned beernl years by An
glial Iiip Washington, the elder This
faim has 1hhu nrltnibly called Pine
tirove nnd the Ferry fHrm. tho latter
name lieii.K wtiRKehted b the fact that
the fnira wns oiKialte the lower
Oiorge WashlugtonV fnther died
Apill 'i. 171.1. knlug large iniided
IKiftai'Hitiuna Whether he was buried
on the IttippahauniivK farm, or whether
hla hod wax taken Imck to the old
Wanhincton family burying ground on
the lower Potomac la not known. Ho
iH'quea'hi'd the old home place on the
Potomac to hla eldt son. Aiigiibtlne.
To his son Lawrence he left the farm
on the Potomac between Hunting
aud Dogtte run. which Unwrence
milii "(tiiitly named Mount Vernon
To t;oiS!e. when he should come of
age.' he tM'iiueathei the finni on tip'
Tlilh house was occiipleil bv Mrs
Chatham, on Part of the Old Washington Farm, Opposite lYedeHcksburg.
WaHlilngton until It binned after
George hud changed his place of living
to his half brother's home In Mount
Veinon Alter the nre Mrs. Washington
removed to u small frame cottage
in I leoeilcksbhrg, where she lived
many yeais. and where she died. It
was In this house that Washington
took IiIb Inst lenve of his mother, four
months before he r death. The house
ntlll ut mid ut the corner of Charles
and Lewis street. It la owned by
the Society for the Preservation of
Virginia Antlqujtlei, and Is furniatev!
much nn It was when Mra. Washington
lived there. Th roo In uhlen
-- ..:,., tMsf
she died ainl bur bed are pre8r,rv ti Intact.
Tho Ferry farm in
time compri ,t.'tl cbout 2.iMn) n"ii It
wan on thih land ' n.i di .con-
ducted hi tu .
the rrtnfe 'i .
tury oi t be
d tired i
f y the
' . -"Mowed '
, . nn like of
, roB Biirroundlii!; 'he
i garden and orchard i
1 t nntl the renialntler In
(i. planted this car In
win "rn. When Corson bought .
the Ipnd it waa deeply scarred with '
IluriiHldo'a earthwork3, there being 13 '
gun pits near where the house stands !
These pita have been obliterated, with
the exception of one, which has been I
left as a relic
Fredericksburg haB grown south '
wanl till a part of the city Is directly
across from the Washington home
Bite The s'ininboat lnnding on the
city side Is within enay pistol shot of
the WaBhlngon house When the
wind blows 'rum the northeast the
whistle of steamboats on the Potomac!
river, lfi miles away, may he heard
To the north of the Washington
house, but still on land that was the
Wnshlngtnn faun. Is ('hathanione oi
the noble places of Virginia. T)urln?l
the union operations agtiinst Mare'g;
Heights. Chnthain was Ilurnsides,
headquarters. It was hen the prop
eit of .MaJ. Homce I.ncy After the
win it waH bought by "Ollle" Watwon '
a New Yorker, anil now is owned liv a i
LAIcIi cotton manufactmer
Halley. who lives at Orinin, Ua
Across the river at the upper end
of Fredericksburg is the great house
of Keninore. Giorge Wnshlngtons sis
ter Kllxnbeth becnnie the wife of MaJ
Fielding I.owia of Frederlcksbuig. a
revolutionary olllcer of distinction 1 !
built Kenmore In 1719 One of
was Intimntely aisoilated will
(leorge Washington and became the
huaband of Nellie Cuails.
ter of the wife of (leorge Washlngtmi
and ndoptel daughter of Washington
The mother of Washington was
burled at :i romantic spit In tin Iv'i
more grimi'ds Soon tin h.i'h
of Mrs Washington her M.l.iwtd 1
daughter Uett moved from Kentuorc
to !le wl'l lin dnuchti r. Mrs Cirur
in Lancaster ount There she died
In 1797 and bcr children sold Kenmore
The parch. is laid out their famllv
burial ground close to the grave ot
Mary Washington, and Inclosed their '
lot with a high brick wall, leaving ,
the Washington grave outside Mary ,
Washington s grave was long neglect
ed. Various efforts to erect a monu
mut fulled until In the eurly '90s a ,
Fredericksburg auctioneer offered tha
lun.i n wblch the crave was for sale. '
This aroused nd gnat on, money was
aubicrlbad J and May 10, 1194. the prs
at classic shaft that arks the grata
o"Mary Mother of Washington," wai
li u ti in k n
E i i . H 4 I- a
3 F TW 'j
a ana J V
m which give vou Bttch exquisite
uflcn i every month, are caused,
a you i.niw, by female truublc.
Pa' f t il or necr comes
ol Tlsclf. It U necessary to cure YiL'
the caute, In order to stop the
pains, and ti.is enn only be done r
il jou w'ul a specific, female
retried, that acts directly on the
"Cardu! did wovlere for me,M
writes Mrs. II. C. UTson, ol Olds,
la. "I had female trouble for 8
ears. I bad displacement, which
increased my suffering, tbe doc
tor could only relieve me at times.
Now, I am so much better, I hardly
know when tay time begins or
when It ends."
At All Druggists
WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE,
stating npo nnd depcrlblnB symptoms,
to Ladies Advisory Dept.,
Tho Chattnnoosa Medicine Co.,
Chattanooga, Tenn. E 33
Fresh, Reilatii iure
Cuarcnte 4 o i'loic
Kerj f.hn'' iir i" '
1'llli'ir ti " ' li 'l
nui.rrti mi r 't i I
tetfp Nori'ir n(,ri uSi -
FOR 10 CENTS
w I j wiMnlil nur
i rij. cup.. T.ir.,1. , . V I
I Wf. I ri... M.dl.h
I ,lr '-It ruwiiiT t.lrf T
lk l.-lf lr. . ' -.11 M...
I ill I ' n II. il i I. In . 1 a
A . Ijt.r. Irtlb.!ft ll.w.rh.. 'I
.!! i.t mii:tiii i:n !!( II.
" it .-i. ii... i- I llll'lliS j
Especially night couehs. Nature
needs a little help to quiet
the irritation, control the inflammation,
check the progress
of the disease. Our advice is
give the children Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Ask your
doctor if this is his advice also.
He knows best. Do as he says.
W publish our formulM
We banlih alcohol
We ure you to
yers conault doctor jour
If you think constipation is of trifling
consequence, just ask yourdoctor. He
will disabuse vou of that notion in short
order. "Correct it, at once!" he will
say. Then ask him about Ayer's Pills.
A mild liver pill, all vegetable.
iIdo by tbe J. O, Ay er Co., Lowell, Uii.
THE CKiLnncM y.itrv T'r
k ffiid Lsiafsre
Doctor Points Oul Dangers of Pills and
"Snl rricothes, .u,l vlolrr.t
t' .u i i k-'iii - v i i K'.'i ijul'lfa,
i .li. it ii il to wiiiiipn," ?uvs it well
k x u iliHtn r Khoulil tliry bo
k1,ii nudlilnef ii ii ivcotlcs for
ctolii l( It 'r lioWt ! lloii'.ioh. '
It would lie wl!1 f r molliors to hood
tins warnlir: and 1.- ; on Iihmi) a bottle
of Vr t'.iUlwcll's 8iu,i I'opsin for baby
nnd licr - If ntid f r n n. ,i br. of tho
fimlly that lias not-i of a Uxatlvo or a
h rj'ineilv. It U Tfe and pleasant
to teke has cured old e to tf
ctironl corstlpatlon mid dvtpepla of
m.iny ui' ctati.ll'Hr. id t 1
f.r .i h.'tliv riM mjinv n h ii liv !.ioth r
can tttlfv. It brims nut tit a! ilal! move. I
woot'ns tho atiinncli, nlda ill-1
gcstloii nnd Btliniilatrc the torpid liver to
l roiw r .iclliin The cl lldicn '.ko it
V.itlioix. the poiiuliir h.uel ni .n In In
dimiai IK H.iys: "The llko it.
wo nil itie It nnd would not be without
It In tho l.ount " Mm. M.t'tle Crct h.
Tlptenillle. Tonn . .urctl hor 5 moiit'ia
old It.ibv of indlKeatlon with It. Mis.
Ahnon Willi1. .Iniualcn, Vt . pays it snv d
hor b.ilVs life. Mm A. H CunnliiKhnm.
KrHii. Calif, snys sho can't l:otp house
wltho.it it. It lined her Utile ion of
rln unintlm ami atoinach trouble.
Mr Ilnra Hebrew, How Kan.,
snys "l'r Cnldwoll'a Syrup I'opsin
curtd inv llttlo Klrl of oonstipnton I
cannot lecoininend your splendid remedy
too highly for children."
Mrs. Mnry E. Young, nurllngton In .
writes: "I cheerfully reroninienu u to
niothursns the Inxntlvc for children."
Mrs. Alice Miller. Cnnal Dover, Ohio,
has used Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
with splendid results ns a Inxntlvo for
children. . .. .
All ilniirc sts sen t nt bvc ami i.vu
,.. bottle. Pensln Syrup Co.. 301 Cadi
well Dldtr.. Montlcello. ill. will ""1 "
'ree sample to any one who lias never
FOR SALE II V A LU PltPJiti l'l.
Jumped Into River For a Dollar.
Morgantovrn, Ky., Fob. 9, City
For-., the, the seventeen-year-old son
of 0. Fureylhc, a woll to-do farmer
ii iIhcc. wai at thu river wait-
ti l' ' r ,i bua' lust niylit when some
n iler linn a dollar to go in the
lie in ik otf his clothes and
f "IF 'lie moving boat, and
I ill. o out he attl le would
i n 'or ai. other dollar
sze - i-itsacsraxrecs:
1and CUKE the LUNCS
l8W m avery
FOR C8!?sHS 55j PRICE A $1.00.
Trial Bottle Free
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES.
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
A SQUARE DEAL
Is assured wide-awake
people qualified in
commercial and stenographic
Promotion, often. ,
is the time to write
for our new catalogue
which gives full par- .
courses o,f study and
cost of tuition.
J. B. KEV IL.
Abstracting a Specialty
Offioo in Press Building, Room &
MaRTON - KlNTOOKT
THE CHILDREN LIKE, IT
MAN'S HEAD ON COW CATCHER.
Evidence of Terrible Tragedy Found on
Pilot of Pennsylvania Locomotive.
New York, Feb. 11. Pnssungors
In the Pennsylvania railroad station
at Jersey City were horrified last
night to see the head of a man lodged
on the cow catcher of a locomotive,
as It drew Into the depot. Employes
of the railroad, seeing that thoio
had been a tragedy, had tho hoad,
together with a few sornps of clothing
removed to the morgue and an
im estimation wns begun. It developed
that the victim was W. Leber,
general foreninn of a grain
who had been struck earlier In
'! evening ut Iluhwny. N. .1. His
i uingled body was picked up near
the wene of the accident, but the
1 i ad, unnoticed, hail been carried
, ! the station at .lersoy City
A great many people have kidney and
bladder trouble, mainly duo tu noclect
of the occasional pains in the back,
slijrht rheumatic pains, urinary disorder,
etc. Delay in such cn06 is dangerous.
Tuko DoWittB Kidney and
Hladdor Pills. They nre fpr weak
back, backache, rheumatic pains and
all kidney and bladder trouble, Soothing
nmV antiseptic,-and act promptly.
Don't fail to get DoWitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills. Accept no substitute.
Hegular size 50c. Sold by all drug-
HIGH GRADE POULTRY-,
Buckeye Reds and Black
Minorcas, stock and eggs.
For sale. P. P. Paris.
R F. D. No. 1, Marion, Ky.
Al ways have;"Kc nnedy 's Lax a t i v e
Cough Syrup hardy, especially for the
children It tastes nearly as good aa
maple sugar. It cures tho cold by
gently moving the bowels thropgh its
hxntive principle, and at tho same
time it is soothing for throat irritation,
thereby stopping the cough, "there is
nothing rs gcod. Sold allDy