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HAD NO TIME TO WASTE
Wcitlnchouto tato Vanilorlillt ns inoil
ns Ho Got
When WcsMnghoiMO llrst obtained
his patent on the nlr brnlcc UUo most
inventors lio was poor nnd frlcntUuss
Ho managed to secure an Introduction
to Commodores Vamlerblll who was
never noted for Ills gontlo manners
tVcstlngliotiso found lilin engrossed In
Ills correspondence nnd ho did not
deign to stop roadlnjr his letters
whllo tho Invontor extolled tho merits
of his Invention When ho had spoken
his llttlo piece Vanderbllt for tho
llrst tlmo becnicd to tako any notlco
of him and looking up suddenly
said In his grullest tones
Whats that you say
So Westlnghouso commenced all
over again nnd explained how by an
air pressure of thirty pounds to tho
square foot tho brako was applied by
the engineer and when ho finished liu
waited patiently for tho verdict
Once more tjio old commodore raised
his head high enough to jerk out
Whats that you say about air
Wcstlughouso told him
Looking him steadily in tho face the
old man replied In froozlng tones
That will do I have no tlmo to waste
with a d d fool
Discouraged but not disheartened
AVestlnghouso leffonly later to bring
the great invention to thu knowledge
of tho lennsylvanla railroad authori
ties With that opening it was easy
enough to get other roads to use tho
brake and Wcstlnghouses faitio nnd
fortnne were mado When that tlmo
had arrived ho one day received n let
iter from Commodore Vanderbllt ask
ing him to call at thoCentrals olllee
Mr Wcstinghousos reply was terso
nnd to the point He simply wrote
I have no tlmo to waste with a
d d fool
THB
A It of
ONLY A GIRL
Jtut Slio Una n liccnrcl for Kllllnff Itit
tlpuiki4
The town of Liberty in ow York
claims the champion rattlcsuako hun
ter In the person of
Mary llurton Iarly last summer she
killed u rattlesnake in her fathers
yard nnd cut oil tho rattles Since
tlicn she has developed a craze for
collecting the rattles of those snakes
and spends her time hunting the ven
omous reptiles Up to date sho has
killed twenty eight rattlesnakes and
from them has obtained twenty per
fectly matched sets of rattles Hich
bet has nine rattles or sogments The
other eight sets are odd ones rang
ing from four to ten rattles In n set
The women of that part of the stato
fceem to have taken an amazing cour
nge in dealing with snakes A report
from Hancock Miys that Mir Prank
Towor of that place was on her way
home after dark one cvonlng when
she heard a rattlesnake sound its rat
tles in tho weeds at tho roadside
She hurried home said nothing to
any one got a lantern nnd a eluband
returned to tho spot where sho heard
the rattler It was there still and
sprang its rattles as boon as Mrs
Tower approached hhc turned her
light on it saw it lying coiled ready
to strike and smashed its head with
a club Tho snake was an immense
fellow measuring over flvo feet but
it carried only nine rattles
A young girl named Henrietta
Quick across tho Delaware in Lieka
waen Ienn heard a noise among
her chickens She went out nnd saw
a rattlesnako maneuvering to capture
one Sho out Its head on with a hoe
Thlsono had thirteen rattles
lngllh lionl initn
Lord Vaux of Harrowden can Just-
ly claim to be original at a period
when originality of the kind is rare
Most English landowners are now
selling tlielr family estates Lord
Vaux has reversed the process Inly
ing just bought back Harrowden
which had been separated from the
title for over iOO years Say what
they will for tlioo who can allord to
wait land Is still one of the best In
vestments 1opulatlon and the vol
ume of wealth increases rapidly In
these days whllo tho area of land of
course must bo stationary This is
tho period of transition and every
thing is more or less disturbed in con
sequence but given another half cen
tury when stability has more or less
been re established and tho value of
Ian led property must Inevitable im
prove considerably
A IninoiM Comlo Weekly
It Is now fifty years since tho Pile
gen lo Itlucttcr was started in Mu
nleh During tho first ten or twelve
yea i tho Pliegendo lllaotter did not
nppo r regularly but merely from
time to time The two publishers
wo iv Ivaspar Uraum a clover artist
endowed with a rich llowlng vein of
humor and Proderich Schneider who
was p ssesscd of a tender and poetic
soul Tho former also took charge of
the i lstiu part and tho latter fixed
thu 1 rary standard of tho porio 11c
ul K spar llrnum died in 1S70 and
Ills p ltner in 1801
A Monster Lamp
The Kclio des Mines announces tho
invenlon by n young ltelgian of a
lamp Mtch as has never been seen be
fore Tho lamp li composed of 1000
piees It is six foot high and meas
ures three feet ton inches In diameter
Its light is so strong that one can read
by it a distanco of 000 foot Tho lamp
is fed with lard oil and tho consump
tion Is said to bo vory small
Vlicro Ho Drew tho llnc
Von havo called mo a pitiful
hnemc flir a coward n poltroon a
small soulcil miserly
brute said tho man on tho north
bide of tho lino fonce removing his
coat and rolling up his slcovcs I
dont allow anybody on earth to talk
to me llko that ho added jumping
over tho fenoo nnd knocking his
uulghbor down except my wife
i
DOCTOR
Nlooo ilmt
uosls was coriw nm n us scrccti i
accept tho bet
Tho money was placed In a safe
deposit vault and the lawyer wont
abroad In six months ho returned
The year was up a short time ugo and
he won his wtigcr And what Is moro
he says he is open for nioto bets of s
similar uatuic
HINTS TO ClOAn SMOKERS
AIM il lllow tlio Dime Out Holme Light
In 5 u 1rclli Wiinil
There nro two things which nil
cigar smokers might observe with
profit said T C Ilrownlen lo a re
porter Mr Urownlco travels for a
latge rlgar manufactory nnd knows a
thing or two about the othlcs of
sun iir lloforo lighting a cigar
blto oft tho end and placing tho end
to bo llghtod between your lips blow
through It In this way you got rid
of a lino dust that accumulates In n
cigar when it Is dry which Is apt to
iuflamo your vocal chords nnd injure
your vo1 It isa vnluaVlo hint for
singers and I know of qu n a nuni
bor of rofcsslonal opera ngeis who
novcr light a clgnr until they havo
blown out the dust To the failure to
do this may be attributed in groat
part tho throat diseases with which
steady smokers ao nlllloted
Another valuable suggestion from
an economic standpoint is to thrust
your cljrar Into your vest pocket with
the pointed ond up Many vest pock
ets nto so shallow as to causo tho end
of a cigar to stick out over tho edge
The constant rubbing of tho coat
against tho large ond which Is very
much moro sensitive than the other
cimes It to fray and break necessi
tating the wotting of tho wrapper In
order to tnako tho cigar available at
all Any one who will net on these
two hints will llva longer nnd save
money
LOST vucnust linn no uurst into a nearly in
Mould Die
Tht gambling Instinct is strong in
most men but it is seldom that ouo
hour i of a man with sufllcient nervo
to Let a sum of money on his own
life A wager of this kind had just
leaked out in which two prominoct
members of a lhiladolphla club aro
concerned
Tiicso two inon hnro boon close
friends for years Ono is a doctor and
tho other a lawyorj A year ngo thp
lawyer who had previously onjoyod
the best ot health began to complain
of fooling run down Ho consulted
liis fiond tho doctpr who a tor a
niinuto and thorough examination
told him frankly thiit JiLitiigs wore
affected thp action of the hourt was
impaired and that ho wouldnt live r
year Tho lawyer who was a man of
indomitable pluck and will power
was naturally Stunned for n moment
After tho first shock had passed oft
his true nature assorted itself Ill
bot yoUfMlWO jrou ere wrong and
that I u5 IJVTrWa yearl ho ex
claimed 1IftlviMl7 in ears
w
Iii a Uox
Old Friend Seems to mo van nr
Dylug your cook protty stiff waires
Jlmson Have to If I dbnt sho will
iMiveauu men my who wm no the
twokbfr lierf t
V
pftv
IfAtfTfyft f yAitjfJtfAf 1
Ill
fe
Browns
Iron
iTi j
Diiim
i
Health i
means re tvci more than
ycu imagine sencus rvu
faal diseases result fron
trifling ailments neglected
Dont play with Natures
greatest gift health
If jr u ate fetHnit
out ot enrtv urate
nnd Renctally ex
halt led lie vcif
hic no a petite
and cant voir
hcpln at uikcmI
111 ther
blc strciiKtliciiliiif
rrcdicliielilclils
II owns J -on lilt-
rs A f ivt hot-
3 curcbenint
comes from tie
cry first dose it
tw7 ttiitH it7r
item a n ii us
pleasant lo take
It Cure
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u9
Dyspcp Kidney nnd Ilvcr
Neural- Trouble
5 Cons patio Bad Blood
iteir2a Nervous ailments
Womens complaints
Cct onlv tho cenulnc llliascrossed red
Ilii23 on I lie w ranticr All others nicsub
stilutii Un receipt ol two sc Mnmtn wo
ulll teiul set of 1c I Oeautliul Worlds
rulr Vlws nrj free
BROWN CHFJ1ICAL CO BALTlMOriF MO
EpJb4ct4jf4VAAAV f
IlICIIAItU AV TIIOMISOX
Utclmnl W Tliominoit of tho nivy uinler 1ivsiilent IIij m h utill
ftlivo at the nro of h j Ho lm jiewon illy met vwry pnsident of tlio United St ites
except tu liu recently published a book of recollictiom tint his attiicted con
eiderablu attention
1 Nu VCII1UAN CUHFEW
Thojo A ho Viilk tlio Strants After tliu
licit lolls Aro Soumlly IlosKeil
Tho Corean colo enforces a rigid
observance of a very strict an I arbl
trary curfew law Soon after dusk
the curfew stilkes Then every hu
man being has to go honip and stay
thero until dawn There nro but
threo classes exempt from an actual
observance ot this rule the high otll
clal class the blind and tho doctois
and iiHxsciifr ts sent to s imnti them
lo tho sick or by them sent for medi
cine Watchmen roim tho deserted
streets and any ouo outside these j
thrc f - OS foun I upon th streets
after curfew is promptly walked off
to tho nearest magistracy and thor
oughly Hogged
Tho i reo exceptions mado to tho
curfew law are rather interesting
The high ofllcial class nro abovo sus
picion It is inconceivable that they
should tako adwiiitio of the cloak
of darkness to do wrong To the
Corean mind nn olllcial can do no
wiong The blind aro allowed to go
abroad at night becauso they are
as safe in the dark in tlio 1glit
Day and night nro tho samo to thorn
Tho most desperate criminal would
not jay ins linger in harm upon a
blind man Tho blind aro sacrod to
tho Coreans The thild dispensation
Is ono of mercy and tho Coreans aro
a merciful people
Clmuncoy Siyi So
Hon Chruncoy Dapow president of
the eiv Vork Cjutral railroad says
that 00 per cent of tho defalcations
nnd thefts nnd ruin of youth among
pcoplo who are employed in places of
tru t aro duo directly to gambling
I havo seen In my vust employment
so much misery from tho head of tho
family neglecting its support and
squaudcrng his eii Ings in the lot
tery or tho policy shop and pr mis
ing young men led astray in a small
way and finally tacominc fugitives or
andlng in tho criminal dock that I
lave como to believe that tho com
munity which llconsss and tolerates
gambling cannot havo prospority in
business roliglon In its churches or
morality among its people
Ilo Couldnt Stuml It
A LOOd Story Is told of Sirrnnr Tnll
overbnarlngfVlI5famous basso Onco upon a timo
ho was singing Tho Haft whon a
childUb vpico from somowhero In tho
stalls Afddonly piped In and at
tettfptWito organize an impromptu
duet Unfortunately tho next lino ot
ho song wus llarkl What sound la
that wjiich breaks upon mine car
This so tickled tho fancy of tho great
ui uiugiiicr nnu ioi i mo piatronn
III ration lowed by the pianist Twice thov
camo back and attempted t 10 sont
and finally they h id to glvo It up In
despair much to the nmusomont of
tho audience
xne result or in attempt to Operate
a rolling mill nt Hubbard Ohio on the
co oiicratlvo plan Is Interesting After
paying up all outstanding Indebtedness
thero was a surplus of about t per
cent to distribute to tho stockholders
out of tho 10 per cent of tho wages
that have been retained- by the man
tigers to create 11 capital This h
eijulvalent to a reduction of Ll put
cent In wugos for tlio timo thnt the
mill was in openttlon In other
words in order to get out oven tho
company cmild only tiffanl to pay 73
per cent of tho wago ncale Doubt
less tho hard times was tho eaUse of
this ill success
ASTHMA
Distressing Cough
mr
Tt miSfce
- SOEE JOINTS
AND
MUSCLES
Despaired
iOF RELIEF
CUItEl 1IY
Ayers Cherry Pectoral
Rnino tlmo slnep I had a sperd u
nttipfc nf nsllitna npenniliililpil ullli a O
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distressing cough and a Rencril soiencn 0
of tlio Joints and muscles I consulted o
tililetin4 nml trlfil nrlniw ininnllni O
Imt without getting any relief until I
ilcspalrcd ot cut being well again o
rinally I took Ayeia Cheny Icctoril i
and In a very shoit time was enlliely
cured I can therefore coidlally and o
confidently commend this tnedlclno to Oi
all J losniis Victoria Texas-
o
oi
Jly wlfo had a very troublesomo J
cough Sho used Ayers Cherry o
lal and piocuicd Inunedlato relief o
C II louiitCK Ilurailirejs Ga S
Ayers Cherry Pectoral g
Received Highest Awards o
0S
AT THE WORLDS FAIR of
90000 gooooo 000 oooooooool
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0
16 Boils at Once
Moods Sarsaparllla Purifies tho
Blood and Restores Health
wKxyw
Mr i V Stowcll
Wilinot S Dak
I Hroil Co Lowell Mass
About four j ears iiRuinywlfu was troubled
with salt ilieiun AHIioukIi o tried nearly
emytliini it wit worse Instead of better and
spread owr liolli of lier I11111N so tliit sho could
hardly usu tliciu llnilly ttliu commenced to
use Jlooils S irsiurlll land w lieu slio li id taken
two Imttles lier li mils were entirely liealed and
sho lint nut since lu ea tionliled In Docembcr
lbJ my neck mis coveicdvith bolls of a
Scrofulous Nature
There were sixteen of them nt once nnd ns soon
ns they healed othcis would break out My
neck imully became iocicil with tldgen and
HoodssiSCures
gears I then commenced tiklnij Hoods Sarsa
parllla and after tnMnj foiif bottles tho tolls
had nil healed and tlio sears hao dhnppearcd
I recommended Hoods haisipiullli to all anf
ferhiK from nny dlsoulerof tlio liloiid 1 w
BiouKia Wlliuot South Dakota
Hoods Pills net enslly yet promptly and
tulclently 011 tho lhcr and LomvU sie
When flaby waa slcfc wo coto her Castorla
Wnen sbo was a Child sho cried for Castoria
vhen sho becamo Mlm tho clun to Cattorta
Woen tho luul ChlUlrootlie gavothein Cutorla
HE WAS IN LUCK A
A Shot Which Wns an Huecosifat
iVas Accldontnt
A Malno rotcran of tho Aroos1
HISTOniC FAT WOMEN
The Judgment tjenU
A high seat called Itursl is to ho
found In tlio courtyard of all well-to-do
houses in Cairo and other largo
towns of tho East It is occupied by
the master of tho houso whon decid
ing domestic air a Irs Such Boats aro
ndver wanting in the courtyard of tho
houses of tho sheikhs heads of trlbos
or of porsons in authority Tho seat
is placed in a shady part of tho court
nnd judgment Is dollvered from It on
matters which are brought for deals
ion by the inhabitant of the district
or by member s the trite ever wkWfe
Ukl
war tolls a story ot how good luclc
brought a poor marksman out of a
bad scrape Jovornor Fairfield visited
Houlton nnd reviewed tho troops sta
tioned there ns
and of course It was tho biggest
kind of n military event ThoHoxt r
rlflo company had some crack shots
In It and ns part of the exorcises In
honor of tho governors coming they
1 fnr target practice
A j l i j ojiu o lnt hits
tho flguro of an Indian being a marit
ho envern t omjIvsuI h pljisuro
In tlielr prolicloncy and said loud
enough for tlio men to hear
Now I would llko to soo your very
bcstmaiksmau try his skill
In Ihe company was a man noted
for not being nblo to hit anything
and nt dnce In a spirit of deviltry
I the cry ran nlong tho lino repenting
his name in answer to tho governors
call Without flinching ho stepped
six paces to tho front nnd salutol
Where do you want mo to hit him
governor ho asked with perfect
composure
Just at tho bottom of his loft oar
sir said tho chief magistrate point
ing at tho mark
All right sir Tlio soldier raised
his gun shut his eyes nnd turned his
bend away as usual and fired Tho
men woro nil on a broad grin at tin
great joke of the thing but whan tho
bullet struck tho mark whittling pff
a piece of the Indians left car there
was a shout of surprlso that could be
hoard all over the tovnshlp
Colelultlrt TCIm Wito tnro or let IU
liiMrtl In liutininliit
Prom ancient mediaeval and moj
crn history the following facts about
fat women nro gleaned Agrlppina
Neros mother was fat Cleopatra
tho serpent of tho Nile as Mare
Anthony called her wav stiall and
fat Laura IVtrnrchs muse was
fat fair with blond hair The Marie
riammetta whom It- cicclo loved in
tensely was a brum to nnd fat with
thick red hair Margiirltc of Navano
was fat AH Hub is women ex
cept his w wore fat All Titians
women exe pt the madonna were
fnt Catherine of llussiawas tall and
fat Louisa Strozl for whom Alex
andre dl Modicfdioduas rather stout
Jo ephlno Houiiharnals tho in lo
lent Creole afterward empress of tho
Trench wns fnt and perfumed Mine
Itoland aUo The unfortunate Maria
Antoinette was tall of stature majes
tic anil fat Mm do Staol small
dark and fnt w th 11 small head
icorges Sand had a beautiful head
but was fat and sunll Heine sail of
her The build of her body has tlio
appearance of being 11 little too fator
nt least a little to i short the head
alono bears the cachet of tlio ideal
Queen Isabella of Spain is fat IJueen
Vietora the same tueen Margherita
of Italy Is certainly on tlusimo way
and most of tl e great singers havo
been noted for their embonpoint
3 nrrlcil
Horsemen always hear with evident
regret the announcement of the in
tended marriage of their jockeys To
be s ro it has 11 tendency to steady
thei but then turfmen claim mar
riage cowers a good boy This seems
to be tho turning point in his career
and 1 o matter how courageous and
daring ho may have been b fore n
great change is always noticed nfter
his marriage Ieckless rides around
turns and daring lushes through big
fields are seldom attempted by mar
ried jockeys They L avo this danger
ous work to tho mora experienced
youngsters All owner doesnt lik to
see his horse poeested or cut oil and
thats w - ho prefers to have up an
unmairifd jockey who is not both
ered with wifely warnings before go
ing to tia post to bu careful for her
sake at lont
C11I foi iln Nlrlcli fiiriitti
Tho ostrich farms of California
nro not an cntlro success sal I C K
Cation Soino years ago a nuiubir
of these mammoth birds woro im
ported a 1 it w ep eted tb it largo
fortunes would bo iiiaile raising thoin
for their feathers but tho hopes havo
not been lvalued although it cannot
be termed a complete failuie A
large amount in the aggregate has
been realled from the silo of feath
ers but the blr Is do not inerea e as
rupl ly as was 1 pected an I 111 my of
thom are so vicious as to render tho
removal of the feathers without kill
ing the birds a impossibility They
have to lo caught by lariats and It
reipi res an espeit throwor to keep
from Injuring1 them seriously
Illll in liuwill
The system of jail management in
Hawaii is peculiar It Is tlio custom
to rent out tlio prisoners to clt zjiis
ns laborers nt so much n day livery
0110 who pret 11 Is to social standing
in Honolulu has 11 telephone la his
house and a conversation over it llko
this is said lo bj of freijue it occur
rence Is this tho jail YW
Well wont you pleaso send up a
murderer to tho hoiiso to dty Tlio
burglar you sent up yestorlay was
not satli factory Tho prisoners nro
require to letuni to th jail boforj 0
ovcry night
Voices nf tlio Nitlom
Tho Tartars aro supposed to have
as a nation thn most powerful voices
in tho world Tho Germans possess
tho lowest voices of any clvlllo 1 pso
pie Tlio voices of both Japanese and
Chinese aro of a very low orderand
feoblo compass and aro iirobibly
weaker than any othur nation Takon
as a whole IJun hnvo stronger
clearer and bettor voices tha11 tho In
habitants of tho other continents
Tho first match was tho product of
tho Ingonulty of John Krodorlok
Comsrcr who early in tills contury
was imprisoned in tho penitentiary at
Hohonusporg in Gernany Ho in
vented tho luclfor mntoh while in his
gloom dungeon The Oorman gov
eminent forbade tho manufacture of
matches on tho ground of publlo pol
icy bocauso somo children playing
with thorn had causod a fire Koinoror
wns ruined by Vlonnoso competition
when lie was released from prison and
died a patipjr Up to 1802 tho Vlonua
manufacturers controlled tho match
business of tho world
Kentuckians Endorse
LECTROPOISE
I ntnto the prediction that it will
tube its place as tlio worlds grtntest
discovery ns it is capable of doing
inoio tiod for liunintiity tlinn any
other Jas C Cluki Esq More
bend Ky
My wife pnys jlie litis received
great benefit Iron tlio use of tho
Electropoise I bought of you sonic
weeks eince and feel euro it will cure
her of u long standing case of rheum
atism Money could not buy it from
her C W Wright Louisville
Ky
All the money in Kentucky could
not buy my Electropoise It cured
my wife of tumor nfter the best phy
sicians had pronounced her case incu
rable Michael Condrnn Franklin
ton Ky
Mr J M Myers of Myers it Bonn
23G West Main street Louisville
says ho hits no reason to change tu
opinion expressed about 12cctropoUc
three years ngo It cured him of
rheumatism
Ono nights use of the Electropoise
gave me relief from brain congestion
nnd vertigo I have been n well man
ever since Rev Geo H Means
Covington Ky
CO Electropoise put out on trial
for four months for S10 Send for
particulars
DUBOIS WK1SIS
50SJ Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky
B3EC13LIAR in combination pro-
portion anil piepiritionof intretli
eiitsllDoirriircapniillii jiossessrs great
curative value Yu should TRY IT
Children Cryfcr
Pitcher Cantorla
Hiicklcii8 Arnica salve
The best salvo in tho world for
Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt
Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped
Ilnnds Chilblains Corns nnd nil
Skin Eruptions nnd positively curcf
Piles or no pay requited It is guai
unteed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded Price 25 cents per
ox For sale by II K Woods
FOR SALE--A house of nine
room good out houses berries grapes
etc and 27 ucres of land situated at
Salem Ky Will sell nt a reasonable
price Apply to
Mns E E Bhownino
Salem Ky
FAK3I F0ilALK
I hive n farm of 12 ncres lying
on Flitliek creek Crittenden county
Ky that I want to It U wel
improved mid vu pUaf of lt tiug
water on it Terma easy Come and
see me
2m W C Watson
Guaranteed Cure
We authorize our advertising drugs
gist to sell Dr Kings New Discovery
tor uonsuniption Uotigln nnd Jolus
upon thi3 cjndition If you are nf
flicted with a cough cold or lung
throat or chest trouble nnd will r
this remedy as directed giving it n fai
triul nnd experience no benefit you
may rfhirn the bottle nnd have your
money refunded We could not make
this offer did wo not know that Dr
Kings New Discovery could be relied
on It never disappoints Trial bot
tles frco nt H K Woods tltug store
50c and Large size 8100
For Rheumatism I hayo found no
tiling equal to Chamberlains Pain
Balm It relieves the pain as soon
as applied J young Liberty Va
Tho prompt relief it uirorj3 is alone
woitu many times tho co3t SO cents
Its continued use will oiled n perm
anent cuvc For salo by Moore
Ormc
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DAWSON SPRINGS
CRITTENDEN SPRINGS
CERULEAN SPRINGS
Famous for tlielr Social Healthful and Economic
Advantages
10 CAI SUNDAY EXCTJH SION TICKETS
are 011 sale between all stations within n dis
tance of iifly miles and
WBRK 1WD TICKETS wilt be sold to Louis
ltle Memphis and Iaducah from points iu
the vicinity of those cities
Rates schedules and all Information regarding
c trip In any direction will be furnished 011 appll
lotion lo any agent of the
Chesapeake Ohio Southwestern R R
and anyone requiring books pamphlets or auy
advertising matter describing any particular re
sort or resorts can procure same by writing to
fay of the following 1
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MOORB MOOBB
AttorneusatLaw
MARION KY
Will practico in all tho courta of
Crittenden and adjoining cmntiep
They will give prompt attention to all
bustnepB entrusted to their oaro Spe
cial attention given to collections
BSjrOJIice over Marion Bank
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BLUE k DEBOE
Attorneys at Law
MARION KY
Will practice in all courts of tho
slate Prompt attention given to all
business entrusted to their care
OfhVe in brick building ou public
square
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LAWYERS
MARION
KENTUCKY
Practice in tbe courts ofCrittende
and Bttrroun Jbg counties and iu tbe
Vn f Appeals
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ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
MARION - KENTUCKY
Prompt attention given to all busi
tefs entrusted to their care
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1 Merchant Tailor
MARION KY
Just received a fine line of Fall
Jtul Winter goods Pants to Order
1 100 and upward Suits to Order
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Chesapeake Ohio and Southwestern R R
BETWEEN
LOUISVILLE
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MEMPHIS
ALSO
FROM AND TO
CINCINNATI AND EVANSVILLE
Vo not purchase a Ticket
NORTH EAST SOUTH OR WEST
Until ou line consulted nil Agent of the
C Q S W R R
IIMITfU TRAINS
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MODERN HQUirMINT
JOHN ECHOLS T M LYNCH
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GOING EAST
No 52
Lv Henderson 720 am
Ar Louisville 100 r m
GOING WEST
No 63
Lv Louisville 630 r m
Ar Henderton 1210 am
No 54
255 r m
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and niv facilities lor securing Datenta areunturoAtiaa
bend model iketch orphologrnph of Invention wlla
dorrlnilon andsuiemeiitas to adanuie claimed
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application trill not be tailed for wnMilJt
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THE NK1RBA10MPANYStlous Hflfl
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arms
For Sale
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R C Walker
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MARION
KY
Customers will find our stock complete in
BOOKS BRUSHES SPONQES
STATIONERY FINE SOAPS OILS
ETC ETC LEAD
I Prescriptions from Pure Drutrs Prices Ketsonablc
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Wo also handle Pure Brandies Liquors and Wlnua nrlco from J to per gallo
BUILDING I
If you are thinking of building or need any material for
your houses such as
Flooring Ceiling Siding
ALL KINDS OF FINISHING LUMBER
Stiinias Laths Doors and Sash
ALL KINDS OF MOULDING and CASING
Come and get our prices J N Clark will take pleasure
in making yon prices cheaper than you can get anywhere
Give us a trial Place of business M trion Roller Mills
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Real Estate Agent
OI LLJII I
Lands Sd on Commission i no SU
is n ade no charts-
If you havo a farm to sell or exchange place it in his hands
If you want to buy a farm see him
Ho has for salo the following
NO 1 The Horry Laltuo firin near Suorldin it cmtalns about Si acres
ifeood land 150 acres cleared and in Kioilstato of cultivation 10 or Co acres of
llrst class bo torn land splendid cbttairo residence and good out bulldinis Price
low terms easy
NO 2 Geo Slseo farm 3 miles southwest of Marlon 153 acres A lot of
fresh land Produces gicd corn wheat and tobacco fair Improvements will bo
sold Cheap
NO 3 W lr Ordway farm near Craynovlllo embracing 600 acres o
which 400 are In gjd state of cultivation aiu produces tine tibacco corn or
wheat good dwelling hiuse 5 tenant liaises U tibiucobini3 and other
Several lots and residences In Marlon at bw prices hts of all sizes fnm SOx
300 feet to lj 2 3 4 and 5 acres
No 5 ISO acres 150 Iu cultivation balanco In good timber All
limestone soil Houso of G rooms good stock and tobacco barns tenant
bouse orchard of 150 trees Plenty water
No 6 320 acroi 240 in cultivation balanco in good timber houso
of 0 rooms Two tenant houses 14 acrqsof good orchards of apples
peaches pears plums and cherries Good barns Plenty water
No 7 81 acres G5 In cultivation balance in good timber 12 acres
of good meadow New house of two rooms New stock barn 3 aero
orchard Price very low for cash Mj
No 8 12G acres 100 in culivntorVW House of 5 rooms Good
oarns nnd wheat house 4 acres of orubardn I Plenty stock water It is
a bargaiu
No 9 188 ncres limestone soil 1G0 in cultivation OOncrrs in wheat
4 acres n orchard 1 good tobac o burn on public road two miles from
railroad
No 10 183 acres limestone soil 150 in cultivation 8 room dwelling
3 tenant houses 2 good Dims
No 11 100 ncres 90 in good state of cultivation Divollinir or 4
room G od orchard good stables and titmcco barns
No 12 25 acres ucar Crittenden Springs
No 13 200 acres 125 Ohio river bottom Good residence and but-
houses and line burn
No 14 103 noit8 70 ncres iu cultivation Imlance in good timber
Fouc room n sltleuet eood outbuilding 108 app o trees 300 peqehttoes
aud 30 cherry trees all bearing l
No 15 201 auros 14 cleared Hniilu 4 from Ohio rlvor
No 16 270 Hero1 200 in cuMvitio i biUnee iu iood tinbur House
of 5rms 8 acres of oroliarl li stock an i ljbi oo barns s
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