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The Daily Average Attendance
For January Largest" in
BANNER PUPILS OF DIFFERENT 6RADES
BANNER rUriLS OK THE FIRST GRADE.
R, Wilson Woods, Rufus Wilson. Ivan
Paris. Charlie 'Stewart. Edward Hay-
ward, Eupene Paris,; Floyd Frazier.
Lawcrence Lewis, Orvel Sisco. Dewey
Dcboe, Earl Enoch, Ernest Conyer,
Wallace Rankins, Newton Moore,
Thomas Holloman, Edna Morgan, Dul-ice
Travis, Mamie Fritts, Ruth Murphy,
Fannie Porter, Cammie Browder, Imo-gene
Minner, Fay Alice Wallace, Ula
Robinson, Lottie Hunt, Lillie Belle
Dunn, Marion Ainsworth, Geneva Daniel
and Margery Paris. Perfect in attendance
Ray Morgan, Newton Moore,
Wilson Woods and Cecil Williams.
Highest grades Miriam Pierce, 96;
Linda Jenkins, 94 4.5: Florine Harrod,
Perfect in attendance. Zula Cannan,
Vera Conyer, Myrtle Glass. Iva Kemp,
Naville Moore, Dewey Sigler, Iva Big-ham,
Herschell Hubbard, Clarence
Lanham, Millard Stone, Allen Stevens
and Don Willians.
Average above 90. Allen Stevens,
94 2-5; Neville Moore, 94 1-5;
Herchel Hubbard, 93 3-5
Iva Kemp, 93 3-5; Vera Conyer, 93 2-5;
Wm. Rowland, 93 2-5; Iva Bigham,
93 2-5; Edwin Schwab, 91 1-5; Virginia
Flanary, 91; Escal Daughtrey, 91 1-5;
Mary Wilson, 90 3-5; and Forest Wring
Perfect in attendance. Iva Ashor,
Catherine Kingston, Beulah Rankin,
Irene Stone. Gladys Wallace, Dora
Walker. Millard Stembridge, Carl
Frazer and Walter Wheeler.
Highest average for term. -Marie
Wallace, 98; Jva Asher, 94; Dean
Average more than 90 per cent.
Rdy Conyer, 92; Carl Frazior, 92, Owen
Moore, 92; Waltor Vheoler, 92; Lolota
Frazier, 92; Gladys Wallace, 92; John
Reed, 91; Iris Guess, 91; Catherine
Kingston. 91; Carrie Ainsworth, 91;
Dora Walker, 91; Ruth Sutherland 90;
Susie Watson, 90; Edwin Rankin 90.
Highest grade Era Deboe, 08 8-60 i
Ruth Haynes, 91 5-6; Louise Clement,
Average of 90 per cent, and above. -
I Clark, 92 11-24; Josie Paris,
jl M-14; l'ed Boston, 91 5-G; Homer
McConnell, 90; Ray Travis, 92i; James
Regular attendance -Josie Paris,
Dedie Kemp, Robert Sayre, Homer
McConnell, Scibner Bice, Mary Dollar,
Charles McConnell, Elizabeth
and Catherine Moore.
Regular since entering -Elzie Thomas,
Lester Schwab, Louise Clement and
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They guarantee their goods. No Cure v
No Pay. Everything in medicine line. JJ
Watklns' Anodyne Liniment, Watkins Cough Cure, JJ
Laxtonc Indistion, Stomach -and Liver Medicine.
. Everything in Flavoring and Peppers, Nut
meg, Cinnamon, Allspice, Cloves, Poultry
Food, Toilet Soaps, Etc., fully guaranteed
Gentlemen, of the city
those that have not tried
Watkins' Popular. Stock Food ?
Try it, or ask your neighbor. Thanks to
my old customers, and soliciting new ones. .
Mail orders will receive prompt aud caroful attention. Thoso
living in tho city, telophono apd order will bo promptly delivered.
Call nd examine the Goods
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nsunipttoi.. I hey tr,it .t.
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Hade by J. O. Ayer Co.. Lowell, Mass.
All o manufacturer of
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yers HAIK VIGOR.
Avor's Pills ereatly aid the Cherry
Pectoral In breaking up a co'd.
Attendance-Ruth Flanary, Hazel
Pollard Mildred Moore, Janic McConnell,
Helen Sayre, Willie Stephenson,
Allie Wathcn, John Butler, Emmett
Clifton, Medley Cannan, Robert Jenkins,
Orville Lamb, Elbon Sigler,
nd Charles Stembridge.
Three highest grade? Allie Wathen
91 17-13; Oryille Lamb, 94J; Lillie Wilson,
Ruth Flanary', 93 J; Isabel Guess, 93 J
Helen Sayre, 92J; Willie Stephenson,
925; Robert Jenkins, 92 J; Hazel Pollard,
92 7-18; Joanna Rankin, 92 1-6; George
Orme, 92 1-9; George Travis, 91 11-18;
Janie Ray McConnell, 91 1-2; Charles
Stembridge, 91 1-3; Medley Cannan,
91 1-3; Izetta Conyer, 91; Millard
Moore, 91; Leona Miller, 91; E 1 z i c
Hard, 90 11-12; Ruby Braswell, 90? ;
Mable Butler, 90 1-4; Nellie Olive,
Perfect attedance. Alma Asher,
Susie Boston, Lucile Pope, C 1 a d i c
Stephenson, Mattie Wilborn, Hcrche
Franklin, Homer Paris, Eugene Wilson,
George Heath, Anna Haynes, Raymond
Minner and Lucian Walker.
Honor Roll -Lucian Walker, 93; Lucile
Pope, 91 J; Floronce Decn, 91;
Perfect in attendance Lillie Guess,
Ruth Dollar, Eva Daniel, Mira Dixon,
Kate Yandoll, Edith Burton, Elvah
Pickons, Lillian Hoath, Bortha Rankin,
und Minnie Ross.
Loaders in grade Clara Cridor,
Ross, Mamie Haynes and Bortha
Leaders for half year Ruby Cook,
92 19.32; Ruby Hard, 91f ; Addie May-ward,
Perfect attendance for first half
term-James Rankin, Mary Cojfiold,
X.'t'y Wathen, Lizzie Gilbert. Kate
Ltephenson, Lena Holtsclaw, Aubrey
Cannan, Mamie Love, Madoline Jenkins,
May Cook, Ruby Cook, and Ruby
Perfect in attendance Gray Rochester,
Stella Redd, Amy Wathen, Silas
Ross Jessie Croft, Mabel Yandell,
Fe.iwick Wathen, May Travis, Ray
Flanary, Sylvan Price and Hoi lis
Leaders for ninth grade-Nell Sutherland,
85 3-32; Mabfl Yandell 84
Jessie Croft, 80 1-2.
and country at large,
Leaders for tenth grade - Stella
Redd, 88 Allie Wilborn, 8fi 5-12;
Vclda Hicklin, 8541-18.
Leaders in eleventh grade- Mary De-i
boe, 9IJ; May Travis, 94; Annio Dean,
93 Fenwick Wathen, 921.
Entered Marion School since opening
of spring term.
Noble Drury. Joe Adam?, Katie Walker,
Henry Drury, Orion Walker, John
Drury, Johnic Hu ghes, Tom
Carter, Pructt Adams, Simeon Hunt,
Kirby Paris, Geo. Swansey, Ray Hughes,
Loyd Gilless, Birdio Loyd, Cecil,
LaRuc, Owen Threlkeld, Virgil
Willie Clement, James Clement,
Minnie Hunt, Harry Vaughn, Linnie
Paris, Orton Woodside, Victor Young,
Lonnio Moore, Ralph Little, Russell
Ford. Elsie Riley, Allen Riley, Lee
Ford, Fredrick Gilberjt, Azola White,
The Enrollment has now reached 476.
The average daily attendance for
this month will be the highest in tho
history of the school. Last year during
tho entire year 485 were enrolled, but
at no time were there more than 460
present. This year we have lost very
few since the school began and the attendance
has been very fine, not-withstanding
Victor G. Kee.
Even From The Mountains
Dallard't Snow Liniment it pralted tot- the good
it docs. A sure cure for Rheumatism and all
paint Wright V Loving, Grand Junction
Colo., writes "I used Rallard't Snow Liniment
last winter, (or Rheumatism and can recommend
it at the best Liniment on the market I thought
at the time I wat taking down with this trouble
that it would be a week before I could set about,
but on applying your Liniment seteral times dur
ine the night. I was about in 48 hours and well in
three days J II Orme
THE ICE BREAKS
TWO BOYS DROWN
While Skajing Near King's Mills,
Kentucky On Sunday Afternoon
King's Mills, Ky., Jan. 2S.
Milton Willott, iourtecn years old,
and Gip Hoskins, ago fifteen years,
while skating on a pond formed by
the baok wators of Highland orcok,
broko through tho thin ice yostorday
afternoon about H o'clock aud wore
d row nded before assistance could ratoh
Tno bodies wore rouovored late this
forenoon aftor tho task of looating
thoin had nearly boon given up a
There were only four boys together
at the time of tho aooidant, a brother
of each of them bolng in the skating
party. J hey had been onjoying the
skating on tho smooth pliable ice.
At first they confined thoir vonturos
11 oar tho slioro, but after a while became
more brave and ventured out
and across the ponds of back wator.
Young Iloskins was the first to break
through and upon hollering for assistance
Willett came to his resoue.
Tho ice was thin and brittle aud
would not support their combined
weight, and he too fell in. Kach of
them had slid under the ice and out
of sight before the other boys of tho
party could summon help to the fatal
Searching parties dragged the
pond tho remainder of the day and
nearly all of yesterday and they were
at last located some few feet distant
from whero thoy had gone into the
Endorsed by The County.
The molt popular remedr in Otic bo County,
anil the best friend of tnj fatnlljr." vrritei Wm M
Diet, editor and publither of the Otiego Journal,
Qilbertsville, New York "U I)r Kinr't New
It hat prored to be an infallible cure for
couzhi and eoldf. Making ahort work of the
worst of them We always keep a bottle in the
house I belieTe it to be the most valuablo prescription
known for Lung and Throat diseases"
Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker, by
J II Orme Druggist, i'rice 50c and It, 00 Trial
My farm on Crooked creek
7 miles north of Marion, containing
300 acres, well improved;
good 4 room dwelling
with all necessary out buildings;
3 stock barns, lasting
springs and 3 wells. Good
orchard, also young orchard
of 100 trees, apple and peach.
100 acres in timber
100 acres in bottom
100 acres in grass
For terms call on
. E. Dean, Marion, Ky. I
Everything Must Go at Bargain
Having; bought the interest
Dr. O- C. Cook, in the firm of Dorroh &j
Cook, at Crayneville, and being especially t
desirous of holding all the patrons of the J
JJ firm, I will for
t OFFER SOME UNUSUAL BARGAINS
49 in order to reduce my stock and to prepare
J for putting in a much larger and better as- j$
J sorted stock for the next season. J
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t Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, 11
Caps, Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Quccnsware,
Shawls, Fascinators, Underwear, Hosiery, Umbrellas,
Suspenders, Gloves, Table Linen and Napkins, Comforts,
Blankets, Shirts, Collars, Etc.
Jj Crayneville, Ky.
Miss Emma Moreland Became The
Bride of Harry Gill Thursday
January lOtb, 1907.
'A pretty homo wedding of tlie week
and one intonxstcd a large circle of
friends took place yoatorday after
noon at l o'alook at the residence of
Mr. and Mr. .lauios Moreland, No
1018 Wost Woodurd otreot, when
their daughter, Mis.s Hmina More-land,
booamo the bride of Harr (Sill.
The ceremony was performed b He.
A. J. Kincaid, jxetr of tho lint
Bhjttist Church, in the preoeuce of
nbuut thirty -five relative und intimate
frioiide of the couple The
hoiiso was deeorated in itotted plant
aud pink aud white oarxntioNH and
rose. During tho ceremony the
oouple atood noath a floral hell
from the doorway holwrcu
the two parlur. Mist) Ada Clark
presided at tho piano for tho nuptial
Mr. and Mrs. Gill left on the Ka
ty Flyer for a two wook' trip to
Sautonio, Austin and othor Houth
Texas pointn. On their return thoy
will bo at homo at No. 1020 Wo'
The bride i.s the elder daughter of
Mr, and Mr. Jnn.c.i Morolaud and
haM boon roared iu Deuison. Few
young ladies are better and mure la
vorably known that filte, numboring
her friends by the scoros. She ban
been connected with several dry goods
stores of the city, and is equally popular
in business aud social circles
Her marriago, though kepe (pilot and
comes as a great surpriso to many of
her friends, is the occasion of many
happy wishes being showorcd on her.
Tho groom is a postal clerk on the
It. 1. O., and during
his residence hero has won the
high esteem of a large number of
friends, who aro doing tho proper
thing by showering congratulations
on this happy event.
Among the out-of-town guests t
the wedding wore: Miss Hose Mm
bcrt, of Dallas; Misses Uarno and
Maud Gill, of Marion, Ky., sisters
of tho groom; Mrs. B. P. of
Sherman, and James Mcaghet of
Sherman." Donison (Tox.) Kk.
Tho above announcement will cd.uc
as a complete surpriso to tho itaty
friends of Harry Gill, hero, do ts
a fino young man justly popular
known and the Prksh con
gratuUtos hhn, Harry wasn't vor)
easy to catch.
A Stich in Time
will tave nine So will a bottle of IlallarU's
llorehouncl Syrup alwajri kepi on haml ae
many a spell o( ilcknesi A aura cure (or COubIiV
Cold, llronchllli anil Whooping CoukIi Mil
S .Hot Springt. Ark. wrltei; "I keep a bottle oN
llallaril' Horebounil Syrup In my medicine cheat
ami thank my forethought many timet. It ha
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