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FRANKS FOR GOVERNOR,
His Closest Friends Say That He Will
Probably be Candidate For
The candidacy of K,
Collector of Internal
Owcnsboro, for the
nomination forj Governor is not a
joke, according to the statement of
Fred Van Rensselaer at the Seolbach
last night. Mr. Van Rensselaer hits
been appointed postmaster at
and has been a power in Daviess
county Republican politics for
twenty years. During most of that
time he and Collector Franks have
been close personal and political
friends. In fact it been openly said
that the two men have run things to
suit themselves in Daviess county for
Mr. Van Rensselaer made bold to
assert that K. T. Franks was the
strongest man except former Gov.
Wni. 0. Bradley that the Republicans
could nominate. He also made
a statement that if Collector Franks
could secure the nomination without
a hard struggle or fight that would
engender bitterness he would make
the race. It was intimated that W.
J. Deboe, former United States Senator,
would support Franks when it
came to the choice botwecn Franks
and some other man. Mr. Van
Rensselaer seemed to be against the
candidacy of A. E. Willson.
"Ed Franks is the logical candidate
for Governor on the Republican
ticket," said Mr. Van Rensselaor.
"He has been the most successful
politician in the State and a man on
whom all the factions of the part'
cau unite, A. E, Wilson would not
... . .
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mase near me race mai r.u rranxs
would should he be nominated. Will-son
cannot carry Louisville in an
election and Franks can, in my opinion.
Ed Franks is the best campaigner
in the State, and if he is
nominated he will make things hum
from one end of the State to the
"With Gov. Bradley out of the
race and he says that he is Ed
Franks is the man. The Democratic
papors over the State arc moking
light of the candidacy of Ed Franks
for Governor from the fact that they
don't want him nominated. The
Democratic editors over the State
know he would make a formidable
race and for that reason they want
some other man nominated." Courier-Journal.
Beware c mments for Catarrh
trial Lontain Mercury
As mercury will surele destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physicians
as the damage they will do is ten fold
to the good you can possibly derive
from them. Hall's Catarrh
by F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo,
0., contains no mercury, and is
taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Cure be sure you and get the genuine.
It is taken internally and made in Toledo,
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
Testimonials free. Sold by druggist.
Price 75c. per bottle.
Take Hall.s Family Pill for
Farmers have quit plowing until
the snow is gone.
Mr. J. B. Perry is still improving.
Mr. J. P. Sullcnger is on the sick
list this week.
E. F. Sullcnger shipped a fine
load of stocfc last week.
Vernon Malcom and Ethic Tharpe
were iu Tolu Sunday.
Prof. Hardin's school was out
Miss Minnie Hoover was here
chopping this week.
Miss Etta Hoover was the guest
of Misses Pearl and Bertha Sullcnger
Croup can positively be stopped in
20 minutes. No vomiting nothing
to sicken or distress your child. A
sweet, pleasant, and safe Syrup, called
Dr. Snoop's Cough Cure, does the work
and does it quickly. Dr. Shoop's Cough
Cure is for Croup alone, remember. It
tfees not claim to cure a dozen ailments
It's for Croup, that'B all. Sold by
.Haynes & Taylor. ,
Br. King's New Life Pills
The best in the world.
If he tells you to take Aycr's
Cherry Pectoral for your
severe cough or bronchial
trouble, then take it. If he has
anything better, then take that.
But we know what he will sa ;
for doctors have used this
cough medicine over 60 years.
"I hare uted Ayer't (berrr reetoral for
hirdeoldt badrougti r,d mrlntnta It but
done me ptrrt rood and I beliere tt It th
li t rough medicine In the wor.d for aa
t rewt and lung trouble " El! I" STl an.T
Albany, (Jrrgo n.
A MadtbrJ.C. AjrCo.. Lew.ll. aUtt.
o manufacturer of
bC JUJ&i O iuirmoor.
Koop tho bowels open with one of
Avar's Hills at bodtlme. lust one.
Sarah Jane McConnell iamiliarly
called Sallic, was born in Crittenden
county Ky., Sept. 14, 1S01.
She was the daughtor of Thomas J.
and Sallic McConnell.
She was born and reared on the
old homestead near Iron Hill. She
spent her days of childish glee in
tho sweet old home where the entire
family was reared. She spent six or
eight years of her childhood life in
attending the district school at Olive
Branch. Here under various teachers
she threaded her way thru the
primary aud elementary text-books,
mastering their contents as she went.
While going to Miss Maud Gill at
Olive Branch, .-he had a hard attack
of diptheria and for awhile had to relinquish
ber studio.-. After hor parents
romoved to Marion, she attended
the Graded School at this place until
her affliction closed her school
She professod religion at Sugar
Grove when twelve your old in a meeting
held by Kev. W. T. Oakley. She
never joined the church, but told her
sister during hor affliction that she
aimed to join the C. P. church, here
at Marion where she attended Sunday
School. She wss a faithful
Sunday School scholar. She first
attendod the Sunday School at Sugar
Grove. Aftor the family removed
to Marion she was a regular attendant
at the C. P. Sunday-School. She
never wanted to miss Sunday-School.
After she became afflicted, the tear
would come in hor cyos when she
hoard the Sunday-School bell and
realized that she could not go, Oh'
that others, who are careless about
attending Sundav.Schoool would take
this lesson in heart, life is is too short
to filter it away in carolessnoss
Sallie was a great suffcror, lor
months she bore the most excruciat.
ing pain. Soldom have I seen one
suffer more severely, or bare suffering
patiently. She believed very
much in prayer. Often in her extreme
sufferings she would call upon
mother or sister to pray for hor.,
Every thing was done that could ba
done for her relief, so far as human
eyes could see both by the attentive
family and faithful physician. But
death came and snapped the frail
thread of life asunder. Death came
and kissed her sweet life from earth
to heaven Feb. 5th 1907.
The funeral services were held in
ths C. P. church conducted Kev. J. F.
Price and W. T. Oakley. Her remains
were laid away in the new
cemetery to await the dawn of the
But she has left her testimony behind.
She told her mamma that she
was not afraid to die. She wanted to
live as is natural for those in the
bloom of youth, yet she war ready
to go if the Master called.
She died in beauty! like a lay
Along a moonlit lake;
She died in bcautyl like the song
Of birds amid the brake.
She lives in glory! like mighty gems
Set round silver moon:
She livad in glory like the sun
Amid the blue of June.
James F. Price.
Lost and Found
Lost, between 9.30 p, m., yesterday
and noon to-day, a bilious attack, with
nausea and sick headach. This loss
was occasion by finding at J. II. Orme's
drug store a box of Dr. King's New
Life Pills, the guaranteed euro for biliousness,
malaria and jaundice. 25c.
JOE BLACKBURN TO
HELP BUILD CANAL
President Roosereil Appoints Retiring
Kentucky Senator to a Position on
ENGINEER STFVENS RESIGNS HIS PLACE
Washington, I. C, Feb. 27. Tlio
PrcMdeut has decided to appoint
Senator Blackburn, of Kentucky, a
member of the Isthmian Canal Commission.
That body is to be reorganized
this week. The Senator will
retire from the Senate March -1, whon
he will be succeeded by Judge
His plan was to go to Versailles,
to take up the Canal Commission at
$10,000 a year is ?o much more attractive
that he will accept the offer
as soon as it is made.
The Senator has been iu public service,
that is, in the State Legislature
and in Congress for thirty years.
The business of his life has been politics
and law, and he, therefore, doos
not pretend to be an expert Canal
digger or engineering. But tho absence
of technical knowledge will not
The decision of the President to
nominate him a Canal Commisionor
is duo to the activity of the Sonator's
colleagues. All the Democrat in
the Senate, except Tillman and
Baily, who are not on speaking terms
with the President, signed a petition
to have him appointed to somo "Federal
office Quite a number of
Senators also spoke to Mr.
Roosevelt in his behalf.
Blackburn has been saying nioe
things about the administration this
soason. He defonded the Prosidcnt s
action in the Brownsville uasc voted
to ratify the Santo Domingo treaty
and also to keep Senator Hoed Smoot,
the Mormon apostle in his scat.
There are many Republican who
may not like to see a Democrat given
such a remunerative office, but the
President wont worry about that.
To stop a cold with "Provontias" is
safer than to let it run and cure it afterwards.
Taken at the 'sneeze stage'
Preventics will head ofT all colds and
Grippe, and perhaps save you from
Pneumonia or Bronchitis. Preventics are
little toothsome candy cold cure tablets
selling in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes. If
you are chilly, if you begin sneeze, try
Preventics. They will surely check
the cold, and please you. Sold by Haynes
Mrs. Susie Barnord moved back to
this place from Missouri last wook.
Sheoamn up on one of the Lee boats,
and while dressing before landing,
she laid her purse, containing sovoral
hundred dollars, on a shelf in her
state-room, and forgot it until the
boat was well along towards
Her feelings can hotter be
imagined than told, when headod off
the boat by telephone and recicved
the welcome news that her money
was safe and would be returned to
her on the down trip.
The large mills at
mines, was destroyed by fire Saturday
night, Feb. 10th. The
acted queer, and had two of
our best citizens arrested on Sunday.
He had been drinking and did a
great deal of incoherent talking.
The concensus of opinion seems to be
that he is crazy. No one believes
that Mr. Frailey and Mr. Hess, the
men arrested had any thing to do
with it. They will rebuild at once.
A great religious revival conducted
by Rev. George H. Hall, tho pastor,
at the M. E. church, has just closed.
Sixty-six professed faith in Christ,
among were many me sinnors.
Robert Lear, of Tolu, conducted
the song service and othorwise rendered
Marlow Bros, are working up a
large tract of timber one mile bolow
DeWitt Cart,. luel Witch llaiei Salve undoubtedly
the relief for 1'ilrt Sold by J II
CltiDMi tod briutiritf Uit httz.
I rotsout a Iniumril growth.
Nrer Flli to Itettor Gray
Hair to It Youthful Color.
Cum tctlp diiui htlr fillisc
Mr. and Mrs. James. Paris, ha been
visiting Mrs. Paris sister, Mrs. Kate
Mr- Sam Raily has moved to
county and Loo Roy Marron has
moved on his farm near Porrys farm.
Marion Brightman, returned homo
from Rcpton Sunday where sh has
boon spcnditig a few days with hor
Herman Walker oaiiio in from Ark.
tho other day to soo his brother who
tins boon right bad sick with
Miss Alpha Franklin was
of Misses Poarl and Edith Berry last
Kirby Brightman visited hid grandmother
Sunday so ho says.
Little Clifton Cridnr is visiting hi,
graud parents Mr. G. A. Xuiin.
The musical at G. 1'. Woodson s
last Thursday night was largely attended.
Rev. King will proaoh at Apple-gate
school Iioujo every 3ud Sunday
Frank Martin and Miss Blanche
Franklin was united in marriaeo at
the home of the bridos paronts Wednesday
Feb. 20 in the prosonce fi
a few friends, Rev. Love officiating.
Miss Franklan is a pretty and popu
lar young 1 a d y d a u g h t e r of l'r
Franklin of Rosobud. The groom
is a popular young man of Wobster
county son of Alizor Martin immediately
uftor marriago they left fr
Evansvillo to visit the brides brother
Bon Franklin rotu mine next day
to the homo of the grooms parents
whore din nor was served. Mm
Franklin was organist at the Rote-bud
oliuroh and hor many friend
hato to givo her up and see her leave
old Crittenden and not one who doe
not rcjoiee iu hor future
aud wish them both a long and happy
Neglected Colds Threaten Lite
"Don't triffle with a cold," la goal
ndvico for prudent mun and womon. It
may be vital in the case of a child
Proper food, good ventilation, and dry,
warm clothing are tho proper safeguards
against cold. If they arc-maintained
through the changeable
weather of autumn, winter and spring,
the chances of a surprise from ordinary
colds will bo slight. But tho ordinary
light cold will !ccome severe
if neglected, and a well established ripe
cold is to the germs of diphtheria what
honey is to the bee. The groatvst
menace to child life at this soason of
year is the neglected cold." Whether
it is a child or adult, the cold slight or
severo, the very best treatment that
can be adopted is to give Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It is safe and sure.
The great popularity and immense Hale
of this preparation has been uttair.ed
by its remarkable curus of this ailment.
A cold never results in pneumonia
when it is given. For sale by
Haynes & Taylor.
Una Incrrnalnu AnVcilon.
Mrs. Carrie C'hnpman Cntt, the famous
womnn's rights leader, enld of
an uutactful motion at a woman'e
"This motion. In Its dollcacy, reminds
me of n Itlnon man.
"The man got married, and alter ho
hart been mnrrled severnl years his
wife paid to him one night:
" 'You do not snenk fo affectionately
to mo an you used to, Hal. I fear you
have erased to love me.'
"'Censed to love you,' growled the
mnn. 'There you go again. Ceased to
love you! Why, I love you more than
life Itrelf. Now shut up and let mo
read the paper."' Now York Tribune.
Wise Counsll From the South
"I want to give some valuable ad
vice to those who suffer with lame
back and kidney trouble," says J. R.
Blankinship, of Beck, Tcnn. "I have
proved to an absolute certainty that
Electric Bitters will positively cure
this distressing condition. The first
bottle gave me great relief and after
taking a few more bottles, I was completely
cured; bo completely cured that
it becomes a pleasure to recommend
this great remedy." Sold under guarantee
at Haynes and Taylor's drug
store. Price 50c.
'Twlxt landlord and tenant
The roof leaked like n slore
And strained their rotations.
The New Pure Food and Drug Law
We are pleated to announce thai Holey't Honey
and Tar for couelit, colds and lune troubles it
not atlected by llie National Pure Hood and Drug
lavr at it contain! no opiates or other harmful
drugs, and we recommend it at a safe remedy for
children and adultt, J U Orme.
Wc have a complete line of the followinf
Jj goods on hand and our prices arc mpM
K Vulcan Chilled Plows
x Blounts's Steel Plows
H Field Seeds of all Kinds
5x Red Clover, Sapling Clover, Alsikc Clover, AU n
CJ falfa, Timothy, Red Top, Blue Grass, Orchard Grass,
a r ui r n I
i IlUC 1UV Ul Stun wniii. y
jj American ricici rence, bmooth and g
Barb Wire and Staples X
5 Campbell Corn Drills and Disc Harrows y
Q Pratt's, Black's, International, B. A. Thomas
JJ Don t fail to examine goods and get our prices '
xT. H. Cochran & Co J
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your bti nats and shorthand tri a
torr infV'or, fae schJO', We i
pleture in I.: ne you all
nmt in isa " rvltf i fua ant
Wc tiac opened a ncu stock of Dry Goods, No
lions Boots, Shoes, Groceries, hardware, Tinware,
Quccnsuarc, Etc. Look at these prices:
Men's work shirts 39c, worth 50c
Men's 50c heavy underwear, 39c
Men's heavy glovos 39c, worth 50c
Men's heavy sox 19 cts, worth 25c
Ladies' heavy hose 19c, worth 25c
Flannelette 8 cents, worth 10 cents
All Winter Goods in Proportion
Marion Milling Company's
The maker naiue n a fd arti, I,- uipaui a Krat deal
comumer also to the umlrr of product if it lni merit
The name Marion MilliUk' Co . uud ImoI of it it
that tlie maker it prnnd to um- In name in Mnnoetion w "
The Hamad "KliK' aod CHOWX" it en all the Hour
tirt of the Marios Milling Co , Weanae tke malum are '
their flour i clean, hoNeallj made, wltoleMMe and atifa t f u .
that the product is a credit to their Hame.
When you buy the Marion MHUhr Comuflny's flour
you now what you are retting, and you kow that rhoir nra '
behind it mean Miuethini;.
When you order from or jjroeer specify the Marion M
Company i Flour and a hmne and iwmo will af
predated by your fripndt
MARION MILLING CO.
hone" schools. Oataiogu Ircc . ,
3BYAWT A STRUTOH BUSINESS COLLEGE, louiwilli. Ky.
AlWflVS Rememher the Full N
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wurcs o VrfUiu in vne iay, orip ini
for children tafe. tur: No optatcM llopi the courft and heal0"
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