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HAS REACHED FOUR!
DRED AND SEVENTY-SIX
The Daily Average Attendance
BANNER PUPILS OF DIFFERENT GRADES
lANNKIl Pl'PlLS Oh' THK PIKST GRADE.
RWilson Woods, Rufus WilsonIvan
Paris. CharlieJSte'wart Edward Hay-ward,
Eugene "Paris,; Floyd Frazicr.
Lawerenee Lewis. Orvel Sisco. Dewc'
Lieboe. Earl Enoch, Ernest Conyor,
Wallace Kankins, Newton Moore,
Thomas Holloman, Edna Morgan,
Travis, Mamie Fritts, Ruth Murphy,
Fannie Porter. Cammie Browder, Imo-Cene
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. 90;
Linda Jenkins, M 4-5; Florine Harrod,
Perfect in attendance. -Zula Cannan,
Wra Conyer, Myrtle Glass. Iva Kemp.
Naville Moore, Dewey Sigler, Iva Big-ham,
Herschell Hubbard, Clarence
Lanham, Millard Stone, Allen Stevens
zjt Don Willians.
Average above !H). Allen Stevens,
! 2-3; Neville Moore, 94 1-5: Kather-me
Herchel Hubbard. 93 3-5
Iva Kemp. 93 3-"; Vera Conyer. 93 2-5;
Wm. Rowland, 93 2-5; Iva Bigham,
W 2-'; Edwin Schwab, 91 1-5; Virginia
Flanary, 91; Escal Daughtrey, 91 1-5;
Mary WiNon. 90 3-5; and Forest Wring
Perfect in attendance. Iva Ashor.
atherine Kingston, Beulah Rankin,
Stone. Gladyn Wallace. Dora
V t'ker. Millard Stembridtre, Carl
'.'', aer and Walter Wheeler.
! ijrhest average for term.
93, Iva Ashor. 91: Dean
1 inw, 03.
more than 90 ner cent.
'. ' Conyer. 92; Carl Frazier. 92, Owen l
i .. itt i i. . . .
I re. vz. waiter v heeler, S2; Loleta
-- r zier. 92: Gladys Wallace, 92; John
U -d, 91; Iris Guess, 91; Catherine
. -... in. i- : .t. .i i
a Walker, 91; Riuh Sutherland 90;
- i ie Watson, 90; Edwin Rankin 90.
Fourth grade j
..Mghest grade-Era boboe. ": j
.iuth Hayne. 91 o-G; Louise Clement, I
viraet tf Sv per cent, and above. - !
i !ir.x. 92 11-21; .Josie Paris.
.'-11; l'ed Boston, 91 5-G; Homer
IcOonnell, 90; Ray Travis, 92J; James
Regular attendance Josie Paris,
Dedie Kemp, Robert Sayre, H o m e r i
Mi'Connell, Scibner Bice, Mary Dollar.
McConnell, Elizabeth Roches-
.i and Catherine Moore. I
Regular since entering Elzie Thomas,
lister Schwab, Louise Clement and
l to JJoctorsI
we make met! ici
t r them. We cive them t ic
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Alio xoanuidciurcru ui
iersi; II UK LS. VIQOR.
AVer's Pills greatly aid the cnorry
Pectoral In breaking up a cold.
Attendance Ruth Flanary, Hazel
Pollard Mildred Moore, Janic
Helen Sayre, Willie Stephenson,
Allie Wathen, John Butler, Emmett
Clifton, Medlev Cannan, Robert Jenkins,
Orville Lamb, Elbon Sigler,
nd Charles Stembridge.
Three highest grades Allie Wathen
91 17-13; Orville Lamb, 91?; Lillie Wilson,
Ruth Flanary, 93; Isabel Guess, 93 J
Helen Sayre, 92J; Willie Stephenson,
92J; Robert Jenkins, 92J; Hazel Pollard,
92 7-18; Joanna Rankin. 92 1-0; George
Orme, 92 1-9; George Travis, 91
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 I z i e
Hard, 90 11-12; Ruby Braswell, 90j;
Mable Butler, 90 1-4; Nellie Olive,
Perfect attedance. Alma Asher,
Susie Boston, Lucile Pope, C 1 a d i e
Stephenson, Mattie Wilborn, Herche
Franklin, Homer Paris, Eugene Wilson,
George Heath, Anna Haynes, Raymond
Minner and Lucian Walker.
Honor Roll-Lucian Walker, 93; Lucile
Pope, 5)1 J; Florence Dcim. 91;
Perfect in attendance Lillie Guess,
Ruth Dollar, Eva Daniel, Mira Dixon,
Kate Yandell, Edith Burton, Elvah
Pickens, Lillian Heath, Bertha Rankin,
und Minnie Ross.
Lendem in grade Clara Crider. Min-
nie Munie Haynes and Bertha
I? n i 1 int
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Lenders for half vear Rubv Cook,
92 19.32; Ruby Hani, 91J; Addie May-i
ward. ;9 7-32.
Perfect attendance for first half
term -James Rankin, Mary Cosfield,
rwfl'y Wathen, Lizzie Gilbert, Kate
l.euhonMiti. Lena Holtsclaw, Aubrey
Cannan Mamie Love, Madoline Jen-
kins. May Cook, Ruby Cook, and Ruby
Perfect in attendance Gray Roches-
tor, Stella Redd, Amy Wathen, Silas
ijoss Jessie Croft, Mabel Yandell,
Fe.iwick Wathen. May Travis, Ray
Flanary, Sylvan Price and Hoi lis
Leaders for ninth grade Nell
erland, 85 3-32; Mabel Yandell 81 9-16;
Jessie Croft, SO 1-2.
FORGET THE g
goods. No Cure
in medicine line. JJ
Watkins' Cough Cure, J
and Liver Medicine.
Allspice, Cloves, Poultry
Etc., fully guaranteed
and country at large,
neighbor. Thanks to
soliciting new ones.
aud careful attention. Those
! They guarantee their
No Pay. Everything
Watkins' Anodyne Liniment,
5 Laxtone Indigestion, Stomach
Everything in Flavoring Nutmeg,
Food, Toilet Soaps,
Gentlemen, of the city
those that have not
Try it, or ask your
my old customers, and
Mail orders will receive nromnt
living in the city, telephones and order will be promptly delivered. C5
Call nd examine the Goods K
Bellville St. I U NimmA X
Telephone 163 g
Leaders for tenth grade Stella
Redd, 88 Allie Wilborn, SG 5-12;
Velda Hicklin, S5 41-48.
Leaders in eleventh grade Mary
91; May Travis, 94; Annie Dean,
93 Fenwick Wathen, 921.
faltered Marion School since opening
of spring term.
Noble Drury. Joe Adams, Katie Walker,
Henry Drury, Orion Walker, John
Drur y, Johnic H u ghes, Tom
Carter, Pruett Adams, Simeon Hunt,
Kirbv Paris, Geo. Swansey, Ray Hugh
es, Loyd Gilless, Birdie Loyd, Cecil,
LaRue, Owen Threlkeld, Virgil
keld, Willie Clement, James Clement,
Minnie Hunt, Harry Vaughn, Linnie
Paris, Orton Woodside, Victor Young,
Lonnie Moore, Ralph Little, Russell
Ford, Elsie Riley, Allen Riley, Lee
Ford, Fredrick Gilbert, Azola White,
The Enrollment has now reached 47G.
The average daily attendance for
this month will be the highest in the
history of the school. Lastyearduring
the entire year 485 wee 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
Itallanl's Snow Liniment is praird for thr nood
it does, A sure cure (or Rheumatism anil alt
paint Wriuht W. Loinc, Grand Junction
Colo., write. "I used Mallard's Snow Liniment
last winter, for Rheumatism .nd can recommend
it as the best Liniment on the market I thought
at the time I was taking down with this trouble
that it would bea week before I could ti't about,
but on applying our Liniment eeral times during
the nicht. I was about in 4S hour and well in
three das" J 11 Orme.
THE ICE BREAKS
TWO BOYS DROWN
While Skating Near King's Mills,
Kentucky On Sunday Afternoon
Kings Mills, Ky., Jan. 2S.
Milton Willctt, lourleen years old,
and Gin Hopkins, age fifteen years,
while skating on a pond formed by
the back waters of Highland creek,
broke through the thin ice yesterday
alternoon about .5 o clock aim were
drownded before could retch
Tne bodies were recovered late this
forenoon after the task of locating
thoni hud nearly been given up as
There were onl) lour boys together
at the of tlio accident, a brother
of each of tlicm being in the skating
party. They hud been enjoying the
skating on the smooth pliable ice.
At first they confined their ventures
near the shore, but after a while became
more brave and ventured out
and across the ponds of back water.
Young Hoskiii was the first to break
through and upon hollering lor assistance
Willett came to his rescue.
The ice was thin and brittle and
would not support their combined
weight, and he too fell in. Hach of
them had slid under the ice und out
of sight before the other boy.- of the
party could summon help to the fatal
Searching parties dragged the
pond the remainder of the day and
nearly all of yesterday and they were
at last located some few feet distant
from where they had gone into the
Endorsed by The County.
"The most popular rcmedv in Oijceo County,
anil the beit friend of my family," writes Wm M
Diet, editor and publisher of the Otseeo Journal,
Gilbertsvilte, New York "is Dr Kine's New Discovery
It lias proved tu be an infallible cure for
coushs and cotds, i.iakine short work of the
worst of them We alwas keep a bottle in the
houc I believe it to be the most valuable prescription
known for Lung and Throat diseases"
Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker, by
i II Orme Drucclst, Price 50c and fi.oo Trial
My farm on Crooked creek
7 miles north of Marion,
acres, well im
proved; good 4 room dwelling
with all necessary out build
ings; 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
J. E. Dean, Marion, Ky.
j; Everything Must Go at Bargain
Having bought the interest
Dr. O. C. Cook, in the firm of Dorroh &
43 Cook, at Crayneville, and being especially
desirous of holding all the patrons of the j
j firm, I will for the next 30 days
OFFER SOME UNUSUAL BARGAINS I
43 in order to reduce my stock and to prepare h
j for putting in a much larger and better as- j
sorted stock for the next season. j
Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, i
43 Caps, Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Queensware,
42 Shawls, Fascinators, Underwear, Hosiery, Umbrellas,
43 Suspenders, Gloves, Table Linen and
43 forts, Biankets, Shirts, Collars, Etc.
Crayneville, Ky. J- FH
Miss Emma Moreland Became The
Bride of Harry Gill Tbnrsday
January 10th, 1907.
1 'A pretty home wedding of the week
and one interested a large circle of
friends took place yesterday afternoon
at : o'clock at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. James Moreland, No.
KI1S Woudard street, when
their daughter. Miss Kuiiua More-laud,
became the bride 01 HarrvUill.
The ceremony was performed by He.
A. .). Kincaid, pastor of the first
Church, in the presence of
about thirty-five relatives and intimate
friend- of the couple The
lioiire was decorated in potted
pink and white carnation- aud
.During the ceremony the
couple stood ncath a tloral bell
ponded from the doorway between I
the two parlors. Miss Ada Clark
presided at the piano for the nuptial
Mr. and Mr.-. Gill left on the Ita
ly Flyer for a two week.- trip to
Sautonio, Austin and other South
Texas points. On their return they
will be at home at No. 102(1 West
The bride is the elder daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Moreland aud
has been reared in Denison. few
youtiir ladies are better and more fa
vorably known that f.he, numbering
her friends by the scores. She has
becu connected with several dry goods
stores of the city, and is equally popular
in business aud social circles.
Her marriage, though kcpKjnict and
comes as a great surprise to many of
her friends, is the occasion of many
happy wishes being showered on her.
The groom is a postal clerk on the
Monett-Denison It. P. O., and during
his residence here has wou the
high esteem of a large number of
friends, who are doing the proper
thing by showering congratulations
on this happy event.
Among the out-of-town guests si'
the wedding were: Miss lto6e
of Dallas; Misses Cams and
Maud Gill, of Marion, Ky., sisters
of the groom; Mrs. B. F. "of
Sherman, and James Meagher of
Sherman." Denison (Tex.) Ek.
The abovo announcement will come
as a complete surprise to the rxany
friends of Harry Gill, here. Ho
a fino young man justly popul
where-over known aud the Pbess con
gratulates him, Harry wasn't very
casy to catch.
A Stich in Time
will save nine So wilt a bottle of Ballard's
Horehound Syrup always kept on hand save
many a spell of sickness A sure cure for Coughsi
Colds, Bronchitis and Whooping Cough MrsJ
r f ! A-l. .!.... f !... U.,l- .l
ft ,IOl OpriUKB, rtl. WIHMi I KCCil UU1II1I Ul
Ballard's Horehound Syrup in my medicine chest
and thank my forethought many times. It ha
prevented many severe spells of sickness," J II
J. H. Orme' President
Jons Wes Lamii, Vice-President
Takes the lead when
it comes to first-class
Flour and dontyou forget
it. See !
YOU MUST TRY OUR
"ELK" Best Patent
"Crown" Straight Grade
WHY IMPORT OUR PRODUCT?
Wlu'if is tin re amtlier null in Kmtiirk)
that onlv makes 40 pel tint of thtir uln.it into
I atint HiKir
We cannot be downed in price or cpiality, and thn we know
how to treat ou, we show our customer- every
Yours for more trade.
The Marion Milling Company.
g Price List of
JJ Poland China Pigs
K Mammoth Bronze Turkeys,
(J Trio Best
Barred Plymouth Rock Chickens
Cockerel, Extra Fancy,
Pen of Six
Always Remember the Full Name
Laxative Rromo Quinine
Cares Cold in One Day, Grip inTwa
& Cfcj&mn Sot. 354
Rev. J. W. Flynn will fill his regular
appointment at the Christian
church, Sunday morning and evening.
Miss Maude Finley has returned
homo after spending a few
days with relatives at Mortons Gap.
Little It.iuucr, St. Charles.
ennedy's Laxaiio Couch Syrup Sate and sure
Its action: pleasant to take Conforms to
tional Pure Food and Drug Law, Sold by
J. II. Orme.
of my partner it
Napkins, Com- &
K. I. Nunn, Sec-Treas
Aluert McConnell. Gen. Mgr
Toms, $4 and $5
Hens, S3 and S4
Men Past Sixty in Danger.
More than half mankind over sixty years t
ago suffer from kidney and bladder disorders,
usually enlargement of prostrate gland This is
both painful and dangerous, and Foley's Kidney
Cure should be taken at the first sign of danger,
as It corrects irregalarltes and has cuied many
old men of this disease Mr Rodney Burnett
Rock Port, Mo., writes: "I suffered with enlarged
prostrate gland and kidney trouble for years and
after taking two bottles of Foley's Kindey Cut
l feel better than I have (or twenty years although
I am now 01 years old" ) H Orme.
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