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The Circulation Stimulated
Kvery boj needs u place of lib
very own to keep his belongings, and
should be allowed to exercise his own
ideas in arranging and earing for
them. He not only needs this room,
but he want it; he may not realize
just what he wants, but that want is
there. If piible give the boy a
whole room to himself; it will be
more appreciated than if shared with
Any place where the boy can lodge
is considered good enough for him:
his mother worries because he is not
neat and that he has a tendency to
spend all his time any place but at
home. The mother will plan to give
. the daughter a room and have it furnished
to suit her fancy, but she
feelsfsatisficd that the boy would not'
appreciate a neat, pretty room, that
is not his nature to do so. Lace,
ribbons and cushions will not play
tho important part in the boys room
that they do in the girl's; he, no
doubt, will think them a nuisance
and in the way; he will not waut a
tea table, but he will want a desk
and a lounge, a book case and an
f easy chair; these things could tell,
if they could talk, many a' thrilling
ale of what I'll do when 1 am a
The furniture should be substantial;
there should be a wash stand
and a towel rack; if furnished proper
conveniences he will arrange everything
to suit himself and he will
pride himself upon keeping the room
in order. The room will assist him
in cultivating a taste for neatness,
LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
'A SCHOOL WITH A REPUTATION"
Marion Milling Company's
The makers name on a food article means a great deal to the
consumer also to the maker of thc.produet if it has merit.
The name Marion Milling Co., stauds back of it it means
that the maker is proud to use his name , iu connection with the
The names "ELK" and "CROWN" is on all the flour products
of the Marion Milling Co,, because the makers are positive
their flour is clean, honestly made, wholesome and satisfactory and
that tho product is a credit to thoir name.
When you buy tho Marion Milling Company's flour product
you Know what you are getting, and you know that thoir guarantee
behind it means something.
Whon you order from our grocer speciiy the Marion Milling
Company's Flour and help a home industry, and siiue will be appreciated
by your friend-
MARION MILLING CO.
SRYANT k STRATTDN BUSINESS
1 V f5 vR A
1 &k)L J
Price 25c 50c &$ 1.00
Sold by eJl Dealers
and the Muscles and Joints
lubricated by using
Treatise On The HorsewSent Free
Dr. Earl S.SIoan.Boston.Mass.
and it will help him iu thinking
home the best place to be found, and
to rcspoud to thoughtfuluess and
Compauiouship is au excellent
thiug for children, they will be happier
and will learn many things from
observation. If a boy understands
he must protect his timid little sister
or frioud he will try to be very
gentle and kind. A rude child will
t tQ foow tj, e gentle ways of a
Il5lfrin who is loved for her
quiet sweetness; and the timid little
maid will try to emulate the strength
of a bright, lively comrade. It is
well to have childreu entertain their
little friends in their own home, as
they will imitate vices as well as
virtues; give the little guest a cordial
welcome and closely observe
their characters; and if they find
those who have an objectionable side
the mother will by tact see that her
children do not ciosely associate with
Little boys should be very early
taught to protect thoir little sisters
and friends, they love responsibility
and they should be allowed to pay
car fare, aud do many little acts of
this nature, their scrvioos should be
accepted gracefully always with the
"thank you." Praise should always
be ready on tho mothors lips.
Kindly guide, control and encourage
the little ones, gently lead them on
the pleasant road of courosy, and
the world will be lightor and bettor
for these manly boys and womanly
Observe closely the character of
your own children when they are in
LESSONS BY MAIL
SEND FOR NEW CATALOG
We do not guarantee s.'Jttiors to v'
ptctlvc s in order tst tlei'pator
a;e Scioo s of merit do n-' reset to such
dneonest r ac'icej
Fane $c oo $ 'guarantee" sltjat.ons in
order to secure studcrts, Because the, have
no other i r ducemer is to offer.
Ojrworkls so thoroueh that a guarantee
Is superfluous. Business men art so eager
to set com petent help here that a targe per
cent, ol our students take positions before
See us before making arrangements for
your business and shorthand education at
some Inferior, fake school. We wul take
pleasure In telling you all about the loop
holes In the positron guarantees oi cushioned
schools. Catalogue free.
COLLEGE, Louistille, Ky.
cotupany with others, you will find
au entirely new sido to your child's
character, if thcro is a domineering
or obstinate spirit it will manifest
itself. With paronts or oldor neoplo
n child is more or less restrained,
but with children he will lie out
his true nature.
The work of education must liac
first of all, for its foundation, the
of the mother.
Kvery ray of .intelligence, and every
indication of charaoter must be
caught and studied. Tho training
of a child is not accomplished by a
Hash of ouo inspired hour, but oy
the patieut mother work of every
day, however much we owo to others
for help iu our child training, if the
heart and soul of tho mother is not
found in the work, tho child heart
cau never bojthe same in its intlutuce
aud powor. We can not trust to
chance or convenience to produce a
masterpiece. It is a great undertaking
to build a bridge to be entrusted
with human life, but the
responsibility is incomparably greater
in framing ana girding a character
that must stand through the
Livingston County News.
(From the Hanncr.)
Attorney J. M. Worten, of
has sold his property iu that
city aud will make arrangements as
rapidly as possible and move to the
Indian Territory part of Oklahoma,
lie is now out there and will return
in a sew days for his family.
Dr. F. G. LaHuc purchased another
fiue horse which he roccived
Friday from Kvansvillc. Ho pai
$250 for the animal and it is a fine
match for the mare .which ho purchased
from there some time ago.
Miss May Fleming," of Birdsville,
is the guost of Miss Pearl Robertson
for several days
Cnpt. It. Y. Northorn, of Herrv
Ferry, was bore on business a few
days last weok and returned home
Mi.-s Hattic Davis, who has boon
teaching music the last, scvoml
months iu Heooh Grove, Ivy.,
home last woak for the sum-mo
Mr. C, 0. Lowory, after ."ponding
scvernl weeks iu Oklahoma, Texas
and sevoral other States returned
home Tuesday, aud reports a fine
country and a pleasant trip.
Lone To You All,
OA'.EM.A STKVAJW SMAKI1.
Anion:; many sweet pictures
That come at memory's call,
There is one that visits me often
A9 the twilight shadows fall.
'Tis a gtoupe of childish figures,
Lingering at the stairway doot,
Oft in merry tones repeating
The same fond words o'er aud o'er,
Love to you all, kiss to you all.'
'Tis strant: to mc now a-dreamini:
Of those scenes gone past recall,
A Good Boy
?fJ MAKES A
Makes the Whole Family
Do Not Procrastinate!
DO IT NOW !
Insure Your Property!
We issue a policy which is
one of the finest.
It cannot be bea jj?
It guards wliilc
you sleep ! Do not
be content with
something just as
good. Get the BEST! I
Cridcr 8, Woods
Don't have a falling out with
your hair. It might leave you !
Then what? That would mean
thin, scraggly, uneven, rough
hair. Keep your hair at home I
Fasten it tightly to your scalp!
You can easily do it with Ayer's
Hair Vigor. It is something
more than a simple hair dressing.
It is a hair medicine, a
hair tonic, a hair food.
The belt kind of n testimonial
"Sold for over sixty years "
ttMii br J. 0. A jr.r Co.. Low. 11. Hut
Alio sauiuMiunri 01
A J SlRSAPAKILLA
iters CHEKRV PECTORAL
That we over chid the darlm:
For their oft repeated call.
Or were voxod bocauo thoy loitered
When the ood night had boen said,
Waited, calling from tho stairway,
Krc they scampered oil to bod,
Love to you all, kiss to yo all."
For now as I sit in tho gloaming.
Held fast in memory's thrall,
My heart is with those doar onos,
Aud I hear that good night eajl,
I long for tho group at tho firosldo,
The group at tho stairway door.
My soul cries out to oauh loved one,
Here and on tho other shore,
Love to you all, kiss to you all
Piles get quick and certain roliof
from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment.
Please note it is made alone for Pilos,
and lta action is posaitive nnd certain.
Itchinp, painful, protruding or blind
piles disappear like magic by its uso.
Large nickel. capped plass jars 50 cents
Sold by Hayncs a Taylor.
NOTED EYANBELIST'S LIFE INSURANCE.
Tho name of the notod evangelist,
the late Sam P. Jonosof Cartorsvillo.
Ga., is familiar to oory citizen of
this country, multitudes of whom hare
listened to his eloquent presentation
of gospel truth. Mr. Jones was al
ways au ardant advocate of life insur
ance urging its adrantagos and benefits
from tho pulpit and iu his personal
intorcourso with the people
That Mr.' Jones practice! what he
preached is shown oy the faot tint he
carried throe policies in the Mutual
Life Insuranco Co.. of New York.
One policy was for $.",000 aud tho
othor two wore continuous installmont
policies, which provided an income
of $1,000 a year to Mrs. Jouos during
hor romaining Iifotimo, Should
sho die within- twenty yoars tho
tho payments will bo continued until
a total of $120,000 has been paid.
New graham flour at Morris A
.7 L N t&kjT
all iinvtruntf, your
"U feel as tli'iUfjh
ped out of your stomach, you are paying
me penalty lor tne aouse you have
inflicted upon yourself by hastily-eaten
and improper food
Your digestive organs, even though
delicate, will stand .i lot of service, but
they resent ill-treatment.
Is the greatest remedy in the world for
correcting nnd curing all forms of stomach
nnd digestive trouble.
It instantly imparts new life and vigor
to these parts and keeps them in prime
and perfect working condition.
Dont't wait until you are in the grip of
these torturing complaints, but get a dollar
or half-dollar Kizeof UK. CALDWELL'S
SYRUP PEPSIN now nt your
druggist's and forestall the trouble.
Your money will be refunded if it
docs not benefit you.
Your postal card rcqueM will bring1 by return
mnll our new booklet. "DK. CALDWELL'S
HOOK OF WONDKKS" and free sample to
those who havo never rrlcl t)il onilni
remedy. Do It now.
PEPSIN SYRUP CO.
HAYNES & TAYLOR
Hobt. Henry Hayncs to Levi Cook
half iutorost in lot iu Marion, $1.00
It. II. Moore to Ilonry Hayuos,
half iutorost in lot in Marion, $1.00
liitinio Xuiin to .1. Ij. ""J H.
Sullnan, 11)2 aoros ou Camp orook,
division of land
Joe Annie Inglis to X. (' Urown
1 . iutorost in 024 nerta on 1'iuey
Stotio X Conway to J. P. Flanary
hud near Marion, SSDO.
IlenrietU SmIHvsh to Nnie and
A It. Nuhu, IDS aerwe oo Camp
T. II. Cochran to W. A.
and other. 600 ncrei oi laud
on Hurricane creek, $5,000.
Mappio K. Terry ami other to T.
II Cochran, f00 acres ou Hurricane
.John Dunning to Duuean A: Pans
122 aeres on Clajliek ereek S12U0.
N. T. Duncan to John Dunning
122 acres oh CUylick oroek $1200.
W. L. IlaHjr N. T. Duncan
iutereat in 122 acres of land.
J. V. Gordon to Carl Houilemon a
lot in Mariou $-100.
Mollie .1. Walker to N. T. Duncan
au interest in land ;tt2.."0
HE NEVER BLAMED THE BOOZE
He took a bottle up to bed.
Drank wbiskj hot each night,
Drank cocktails in tho mommy,
But never could got tiebt,
He shivered in the evening
And always had tho blne,
I'ntil he took a bowl or two-
Hut he never blamed the boor
His joint wore fnll of rheuma tu,
His appetite was slack.
He had pains between hU shoulder.
Chills ran down his back,
He uilerd with insomnia,
At night be couldn't snooze.
He said it was the climate---
Hut be never blamed the booie.
His constitution wat run down.
. At leat that what be aid
His lops were swelled each morning.
And he often had a swell head.
He tackled beer, wine, whisky
Aud if they didn't fate.
He blamed to
Hut ho never blamed tho boote.
Ho said ho couldn't sleep at night, j
And always had bad dream '
Ho claimed he alwayt laid awake j
Till early sunrise bonou,
Ho thought is was malaria,
Alas! 'twas but a ruse.
He blamod unto everything- -Hut
uovor blamed tho booze
Fort Worth Telegram
Farm For Sale.
Kiglit mi!o out on Kenton nad.
200 acres, will sell all, or dmdt
Fine stock aud hay farm. Old age
cause the !ale. H. H. l'rjor.
l'aduiah, Ky. It It. Not box II
St. Vitus Dance
Are nerve diseases, anl unless
chcikcj, lead to destruction of
both mind and body. 'I he
weak, shattered nerves must
have something to strengthen
and build them back to ln.ilth.
Dr. Miles' Restorative Xervinc
is a remarkable nerve tonic and
stimulant. It strengthens the
nerves, relieves the nervous
strain, and influence's refreshing
body-building sleep and
rest. Persistent use seldom
fails to relieve these afflictions.
"I was taken with epileptic fits; Jmd
clexen In less tlinn 11 hours .My
father sunt for our family plixlclan.
hut ho could do very IKUe for m. nnd
I erew worse every day, nnd nt last
they had three doctors with me. nnd I
still pot worse My fathrr heard of
Dr. Miles' medicines and bought n
bottle of Nervine and n box of Xervo
and I.lver I'llls. I had taken only a
fow doses until I began to feel better.
I took 12 bottles, nnd It cured mo
sound nnd wclL It has leen worth nil
tho world to me. I recommend It
wherever I ko. You may use this ns
a testimonial to tho merits
of your medlelnc, for I nm enjoyinu
tho best of health, nnd frol thnt my
life nnd health Is duo to this wonderful
medicine." l.nvr WILLIAMS.
R. F. D. No. 2, Boston, Ga.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your
druggist, who will guarantee that ths
first Twttlo will benefit. If It falls, he
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
Kevil & Co.
HAV; KHTAIIUHIIEI) A
Fire Insurance Acnc in
If you havo property iu tin i
Marion, let them insure it
shall havo no reasons to rcjrn t "
Office in Press Huldinj;, 1
Dr. M. Ravdin,
Practice Limited t Pi
and Defects of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Ttiroal,
Suit 10 and 17. A'
HuilditiK Glast.cs I
KVAXSVIJ.LK. IM- vv
Miss Nell Walker
nnd Notary Public
Office with Blue & Nitiui
W. H. CLARK,
Special attention (ivcu ti c . ,
Will practice in all thee.
Suto and in the United Man
Office in Pros Huilduif;. It , ",
I'honc 207. I.n: s Kr
J. B. KEVIL,
Abstracting a Special
Office in ProM Huilding H .
Mctz & Scdberr
Clean towels, first class
work, electric massage hot
or cold bath. Give us a call
Niiim & Tucker
Salem St. MARION, KY.
I.ifce SicwV of Elf
I.lehl Sinn Kn t
ind TftlnnhAfi . ri
I Contuntlr on llnl
P'-n t fall to send for latent Cats
lojruo No. 7
Jas. Clark Jr. & Co.
313 W. Main St. Louisville, Ky
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8EW irm AURlNt
D' ' Y l P - ate A' Ol er Wr tl
THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
MirySw. . e r, j1t' c tt
lew of qua , t U i N- u mio
to wear Cu' kara. t, , . ,, rurs ojt
We make Sew r 'z et t i.la esrltt
efthetrsds. Tli"Niu IIoiih'" jtan :j at i
head of all i , siwinff mac', i e
ol Itj iiMlinrli' ilrnlorHiiul)'.
row h' -v
Nunn & Tucker.
Carbolic Add Given by Mistake.
Palucah, Ky., .May 30 Hosa Hani
inond, tho young daughtor of Mrs.
Mary Hammond is at the point
death from a dose of carholic acid
givon to her by her mother by mistake
for medieiuc. Tho girl will die.
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