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LGCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
t EVANSVILLE, INDIANA
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For All Livestock
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Marion Milling Company's
The maker name on a food article means a trroat deal to the
consumer also to the maker of the product if it ha merit.
The name Marion Milling Co., tand back oi it it means
that the maker i proud to um hi name in connection with the
The name "KLK" and 'CKOVN" i? on all the flour product?
ol the Marion Millini: Co., because the makers arc positive
their flour i? clean, houestly made, wholesome and satisfactory and
that the product is a credit to their name.
When ou buy the Marion Milling Company's flour product
you kiiow what you are trcttini:, and you know that their guarantee
behind it means something.
When you order from your grocer specify the Marion Milling
Compain'- Flour and help a home industry, ami same will be appreciated
by your friend-.
MARION MILLING CO.
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11 FLEAS- MITES. CURES MANGB, SCAB,
RINGWORM. SCRATCHES. ETC. DESTROYS DISEASE
GERMS AND DRIVES AWAY FLIES.
NON-IRRITATING. EFFECTIVE. INEXPENSIVE.
THE IDEAL. DIF
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Let us sell you your Pipe,
Steam Tumps Injectors
w en rumps Strainers
Si Tank Pumps Luhricators
a Pulleys Grate Bar
a a Hose, Bolting Packings
HJ .Shafting Oils
5 We are Blacksmiths, Plumbers and Machinists
All we ask is a trial.
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BRYANT jfSTRATTON BUSINESS
For Catarrh let me send you free,
just to prove merit, a Trial size Box of ,
Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Kemedy. it is u
snow white creamy, healing antiseptic
halm that crives instant relief to Cat-
tnrrh of the noso and throat. Make
the free test and sec. Address Dr.
Shoop, Racine, Wjs., Large jars 50
cents. Sold by Haynes & Taylor.
LESSONS BY MAIL
SEND FOR NBW CATALOG
SAFE TO USE.
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Pipe Fittings, Plumbing
and Oilers Gasoline Engines
the Very Best
Patronize your Home Man
We do not guarantee situations to prospective
students in order to get their patror
ace. Schools ot mem do not resort to such
dishonest practices. .....
Fake schools "guarantee" situations in
order to secure students, because they have
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Our work is sothorouehthata guarantee
ISSUpernUOUS. business men nicucoti
to get competent help here that a large per
cent, of our students take positions before
See us before making arrangements for
your business and shorthand education at
some inferior, fake school. Wo will take
pleasure in telling you all about the loopholes
In the "positron guarantees of
hone' scnoois. iaiaiuKucucc.
Eczema and Pimples
are quicklv and permanently cured by
ZKMO, a clean liquid for external use.
ZEMO draws the germs to tho surface
of tho skin and destroys them, leaving
a nice clear healthy skin. "Write E. W.
Koeo Med. Co., St. Louie, Mo., for
sample. All Druggists sell ZEMO.
A Bif of History.
The Hurricane class was first organized
at the home of Rev. R. 0.
Love's grand father. A traveling
preacher organized the class. In
those days wc did not have the advantage
of our preachers in charge
as wc have them now. Wc find that
the first deed was given by Richard
Minncr,. June 20, 1S4I! to the trustees
of Hurricane class and their successors.
It consisted of threo and
one-half acres of land. The second
deed was given by R. H. Haynes
June 9, ISSi'i containing three acres
of land. The third deed was given
by J. 15. Stephenson Feb. 17, 1S92
one-half acre of land. The fourth
deed was given by "Wm. Rarnctt Aug.
4, lSlKt containing one-half acre.
The fifth deed was given by A. M.
and T. B. Hearin Sept. 2b', 1S1KS
containing one-fourth acre of ground.
The Holiness people with other
good people purchased this land for
the ben fit of the catupiuccting and
added it to the former church land
in order to keep away stands and
other hiudcrnec? from the meetings.
Xow in the year of ISSil the writer
agisted Rev. S. K. Breeding in a
meeting at this place and from it the
Holincfs movement started. Rro.
lackson Millikan, a Baptist at that
time, got undci conviction for a
clean heart. The preacher in charge
not being in the experience of Holiness
or sanctitieation the writer drove
eighteen miles to his home to get
lu wife to help him in the meeting,
he, the writer, being the only one in
tlii experience. After night
made this drive home and returned
for the eleven o'clock service
next day. I wanted Bro. Jack to
tret sanctified for more than one reason.
He was a Baptist at this time
and I knew it would help him and
his church if they would get it. I
was a Methodist, wife was a C. P.
so you sec I was working for a uniou
to one iu Christ. God was in this
and Jack got the blessing. Then I
gave Bro. Jim Terry the Way of Life
to read. We were on the grand jury
at this time and he got the blessing
soon after, Glory to God!
Then W. F. Hogard and 1 helped
Bro. Breeding in a meeting at Si-loam
church the same fall. But S.
K. did not like the manner in which
we were conducting the meeting,
this thing of calling all his church
members up and singing and praying
for them. He got over this
and said in his heatt if this wa not
stopped he would break the meeting,
but some way he kept this to
later on he told us about it, but
the meeting went on all the same.
One day we three went home with
T. A. 3Iiniicr lor dinner. Wc
had a good time. Sister Minner
knew what Methodist people liked to
eat and she had it. Alter dinner
was over we talked a while and went
out to the grove for prayers. And
talk about the best way and how to
do these things. As we sat and
told our experience S. K. seemed to
be sad and said, "I don't sec it ou
that line or that way," and as we
walked down the lane to the hous I
put luyhaud on S. K's. shoulder and
said, Sam, look up, and he said,
"I am cominir of course." W. F.
and I prayed to the Lord and he did
come sure enough, glory to Jc3us!
He was sent back to that work, the
next year, 1S90.
S. K. Breeding, J. W Guesj, S.
F. Crider, Jas. T. Terry, T. A.
Minner, J. B. Ferry, Dr. I. H.
Clement and R. M. Franks, a Baptist
at that time, constitute! the
campniceting committee. camps
were built by all denominations, a
hotel and feed stable were built and
the following rules were adopted:
1 There should be no stands.
2 That the ladies 'and gentlemen
should not sit together during
There was a large shed built for a
place of worship. People by tho
hundreds have come to this place to
get religion and sanctification, and
glory to God they got wtat they
come for. Sixteen years have cotuo
and gone, yet still this goo-1 work
goes ou. But now aud then tho
devil throws in a chunk, but we expect
to shout over them all. Tho
committee has always endeavored to
meet the demands of the meetings
from year to year. The writer has
missed three meetings, two from
sickness one ironi helping in a tent
meeting and could not go.
Mauy objects of charity have been
met through loving hearts who came
on these grounds to do good. And
a number of fine Holiness boys have
gone out from this camp to preach
the gospel of full salvation to other
states and our own state as well. It
is a great privilege to look back over
those sixteen years and think of the
good times wc have had at old Hur
ricane campmecting. You call Bro.
Breeding, of North Carolina, Bro.
Jim Bigham, of Florida, J. J. Smith,
A. A. Nilcs, W. W. Hopper, B. .A
Cundifl, Sister Birdie Crow, of Missouri,
and hundreds of others wc
could name if we had time and space.
You ask them about this
Yet withall of these and a
thousand other good things that have
grown out of these meetings, there
are a few two by fours ready to kick
aud to my surprise they claim to be
Methodist aud the Methodist people
But hear what the liiblc says,
Micah (!:7: "So in love and full of
faith we will move on to victory in
Jesus name and the past under the
blood and our eyes on the cross."
Tho writer would say to th? present
committee: stand iu your places like
men. Shun all evil. Make no compromises
with the world, but do right
in all things. You can't afford to
do anything short of this. Too
many good things have gone to record
on the Lamb's Book of Life to
stain your garments now. Continue
to throw out the life lines. Men are
hungering and starving for the truth
and you will shine as the stars by
and by. Nineteen years ago the
good Lord sanctified me in the town
of Marion. Crittenden county, Kentucky
on Wednesday in Feb. 1SSS,
and I am still drinking at the fountain
With good will to all men I
am fifty-seven years old. joined the
church at twelve years of age. I
am on the home stretch now, glory
to God! M. J. Him..
is the essential characteiistic of men
and woman. Invaluable to good business
men and necessary to housewives.
A woman shows good judgement when
she buys White's Cream Vermifuge for
her baby. The best worm medicine
offered to mothers. Many indeed are
the senscible mothers, who write expressing
their gratitude for the good
health of their children, which they
owe to the use of White's Cream
Sold by J. H. Orme.
Stood The Test.
Allcock's Plasters have successfully
stood the test of sixty years' use
by the public;, their virtues have
never been equalled by lh6 unscrupulous
imitator who have sought to
trade upon the reputation of All-cock's
by making plasters with holes
in them, and claiming them to be
"just as good as Allcock'-."
Allcock's plasters stand to-day indorsed
by not otily the highest medical
authorities, but by millions of
grateful patients who have proved
their efficacy as a household lemcdy.
Everything1 depends upon
your nerves. It is nerve force
that causes the brain to direct
the motion of your body ; it is
nerve force that causes your
heart to pulsate, and send the
blood through your veins, it
is nerve force that causes your
stomach to digest food, your
kidneys to filter the blood, and
the liver to secrete bile.
In fact, nerve force is the
power that runs your body, so
if you feel worn-put, irritable,
nervous, cannot sleep, or eat
well, have pain or misery
anywhere, your nerves are
weak, and your system rundown.
To restore this vitality
take Dr. Miles' Nervine which
will strengthen and build up
the nerves. You cannot be
healthy without strong nerves.
"For elRhteen years Dr. Miles'
Norvlno nnit Anti-rain Pills have been
xny close companions. Kaily in married
llfo, wlillo raising children, my
nerves bocanio all worn-out could not
sleep; liad no appetite; indigestion
very bail, und hail such awful dizzy
Bpells. Then I besan uslnff Dr. Miles'
Nervine, and at once I began to improve,
nnd soon found myfatlf in
pel feet health."
MltS. S. L. YOUNG.
324 Pittsburg St., Now Castle, Pa.
Or. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your
druggist, who will guarantee that the
first Wtle will benefit. If It falls, he
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
more or less
they are the
in the world to you. If you took the
right kind of care of them, you wouldn't
suffer, but you don't.
The only way you can correct the trouble
you do have and prevent these parts
from getting out of order is to use
Everybody knowsthat PEPSIN is good
for thestomach, but in combination with
certain plant drugs by DR. CALDWELL'S
formula, its natural value
is highly increased.
DR.CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN
is the best thing in the world for correcting
and curing all forms of stomach
trouble you'll say so when you try it.
DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN
can lie obtained in both dollar and half-dollar
sizes at all druggists, and your
money will be refunded if it fails to
Your postal card request will brlnir by return
mail our new booklet. "DK. CALDWELL'S
HOOK OF WONDERS" nnd free sample to
those who have never tried this wonderful
remedy. Mail your postal today.
PEPSIN SYRUP CO.
HAYNES & TAYLOR
A Red Letter Amusement Event.
Hoop La' Tho merry clowns, the
nimble acrobat, th elephants, camels
and the multitudinous features
of a full Hedged, good all round,
tented show is coming to town on
On this occasion the Greater Sun
Bros. World s Proirrcsshc Shows,
will unfold their tents at the show
grounds at the mill.
This amusement institution is now
on its lu'th annual tour aud is breaking
all records iu giving immense
satisfaction with the performanca
presented. The "hit-making" sen
sation, "Dc l'io,' the Chimpanzee
(he of human prototype,) in his
blood curdling "Double Somersaulting
the Gap" is the bin feature card
of the "big show" performance.
This eason the galaxy of entertainers
are all new comers, and include
William O'Dalc, the international
e(tiestric expositor, who has excited
both continents. The La l'asitie
Troupe of Aerialists, the Gaaeeful
Groh Acrobatique Troupe, the Jug-ling
Lambertos, marvelous club experts,
Great Ostrado, boneless marvel
in mid-air, Miss Vinnie O'Dowic
accomplished tight wire performer,
the Boyle Brothers, a duo of physical
culture exponents, William
dare-devil up-side down
the Ortona, trapezists par excellence,
Misi Minnie Ashbume and
a gioup of cake-walking
and high-jumping horses.
Then comes the curriculum of
elephants educated ponies,
can inn performers, the acrobatic and
tight-rope walking mules and other
wondrously trained domestic and
wild animals, all invariably received
with many exclamations of "Oh's '
and "All's" by the children spectators.
The Sun Brothers Show is noted
for its promptness in preserving order
about their establishment, this together
with their beautiful equipment
of everything and the high
standard of the exhibits presented
makes it at once the ideal show of
the period and tho favorite of the
ladies and children everywhere.
On the grounds, which by tho
way will be located near the mill
and which arc admirably adapted for
show purposes, will be erected a
magnificent plaza for the presentation
of numerous, novel open air,
free exhibitions. These will be given
free to the public at 11:110 a. in.
Hard Times in Kansas
The old days of grasshoppers and
drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous
Kansas of today; although a
citizen of Codell, Earl Shamburg, has
not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered.
Ho says: "I was worn out
and discouraged by coughing night and
day, and could find no relief until I
tried Dr. King's Now Discovery. It
took less than one bottle to completely
cure me." The safest and most reliable
cough and cold cure and lung and
throat healer ever discovered. Guaranteed
by J. H. Orme druggist. 50c and
$1,00. Trial bottle free.
Kevil & Co.
HAVE ESTABLISHED A
fire Insurance Agency in
If you have property in the town of
Marion, let them insure it. Yo
hall have no reasons to regret it.
Office in Press liulding, Room 5
Dr. M. Ravdin,
I'ractice Limited to Diseases
and Defects of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Suits 16 and 17, Arcade
Building, Glasses Fitted.
W. H. CLARK,
Special attention given to collections.
Will practice in all the courts of the
State and in the United States court.
Office in Press Building, Room 7.
Phone 207. Mahion, Kt.
J. B. KEVIL,
Abstracting a Specialty
Office in Press Building, Room 5
Iaiuon - Kentucky
MISS NELL WALKER
And Notary Public
OFFICE: With Blue &Nunn.
Metz 8l Scdbcrry
Clean towels, first class
work, electric massage, hot
or cold bath. Give us a call.
Nunii & Tucker
Salem St. MARION, KY.
Large Stock ot Electric
k J- ' "V Light. Street Railway
ard Telephone Shop
Constantly on Hand.
Don't fail to send for latest Catalogue
Jas. Clark Jr. & Co.
313 W. Main St. Louisville, Ky.
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THE NEW HOME OEWINf. M.CSllfJE COMPANY
Or.AC.ZZ, f.1 35.
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your cough is only in the throat and
does not trouble you now, don't think
that it needs no attention. When it
has not had much of a start is the time
to check it. The slightest cough easly
leads to Pneumonia, Brochitis and Consumption.
A bottle of Ballard's Hore-hound
Syrup will cure that cough. The
price puts it within reach of all. Sold
by J. H. Orme druggist.
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