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O ur Big Store is Filling Up iiapicljy Summer Goods
With a Greater Stock than Ever of
NEW FALL GINGHAMS
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S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. I
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it the pemtftfice at Marian. Kr . ander tbe Act ol
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THUIISDAY, SEPT. 5, 1907.
All those who owe us a dollar or
.more on subscription, will not receive
any more papers. So those
who fail to receive a paper, please
ri'ud us the amount due us and
We this week introduce to our
readers a new feature, "The Home
Circle Column." We are undecided
whether or not to make this a regular
feature in our paper. This paper to
it issued for the pleasure and usefulness
of our subscribers, and not for
our own gratification, and as far as
possible we desire to give our subscribers
the kind of reading they
desire. It occured to us that a col
umn each week of the nature of the
same appearing in this issue might
prove interesting to our readers in
general and the mothers, the iucens
of our home, in particular. Now,
readers, it is up to you. If you
would enjoy such column each wook
just drop us a postal card or in any
manner that suits your convenience
let us know your verdict. We believe
such a department would not
only prove interesting but that its
moral tone would bo such as to make
an impression for good in the com-
munity. e are willing to do the
extra work necessary if convinced
our readers would appreciate the
same. Wro hope you will at once, in
some manner communicate to us your
desire in the matter. We are here
to please you.
When you want your trunk to go
to the depot call our office, 'phone 31
r my residence 'phone 212. Our
harges are 15 cents on week days
and 25 cents on Sundays, each way.
Please give us ample time to get
tkem before train time.
Marion Coal & Transfer Co.
By O. H. Pans. '
hoes, Slats, taps.
P IN TOUCH WITH US.
T.mrcT Mite caaMRd
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--'" "'-"-"' - J. saturda) m.:rt son-
I man set their heart- t
We hae sat upon the seashore
waited for ita gradual approaches j
and have seon its dancing waves
white urf, and admired that He
who had measured it with his hand
given it life and motion, and we
lingered till its gentle waters grew
into mighty billows and had woll
nigh swept up from our firm footing.
we have seen some of the heedless
youth of our town gazing with curious
spitit upon sweet motions and
gentle appraches of inviting pleasure
and sin, till they had detained their
eyes and imprisoned their feet and
they have been swept to swift destruction.
The sunshine of life is made up of
very little beams that are bright all
the time. In the nursery, on the
playground and in the school room,
there is loom all the time for little
acts of kindness that cost nothing,
but are worth more than gold and
silver. To give up something when
giving up will prevent unhappiness,
yield when persisting will chafe
and fret others, to go a little way
around rather than come aginst another,
to take an ill word or a cross
look rather than to resent it, these
are the wayn in which clouds and
storms are kept otl and a pleasant,
smilling, sunshine secured even in a
humble home, amoug very poor
people, a well as in families in higher
station. Much that we term the
miscnos of life would be avoided by
adopting this rule of conduct.
It you love, love more. II you
hate, hate loss. Life is too short to
spend in hating any one. Why war
against a mortal who is going the
same road with us? Why not expand
thc flowor 0f ijf0 au(i happiuoss by
learning to love, by teaching those
who are near aad dear thc beautiful
lesson? Your hands may be hard,
but your heart need not be. Your
form may be bent or ugly, but do
you not know that thc most beautiful
flowers grow in the most rugged,
unsheltered places? The palace for
care, the cottage for love. Not that
there is no love in a mansion, but
somehow if we are not very careful,
bnsiness will crowd all there is of
beauty out of the heart. This is
why God has given the Sabbaths and
Saturday nights, that we may leave
business and hare a little hoart cleaning.
t' ha tt
j eople hu
re tne wonu
! turned them into war drums ami jarred
them to pieces with tattoos. On Sat-
urday night tbe ledger closes with a i
'clash, the iron doored vault comos to
with a bang, click, goes the key in
'the lack. It is Saturday night and
the business man broathes free agin.
Homeward, ho! The door that has
boen ajar all the week contly cloe
behind him, the world is all shut out.
Shut out? Shut in, rather. At home
are his treasures after all and not in
the vhult and not in the book tc
the record in the old family Bible
and not in tbe bank. Maybe you are
bacholor, frosty and forty. Then,
poor fellow, Saturday night if nothing
to you, just as you are nothing
to anybody. Get a wife, blue eyed
or black-eyed, but above all, true-eyed.
Get a little home no matter
how little a sofa, just to hold two,
or two and a half, in it, n a Saturday
night, and then read this paragraph
by the light in your wife j
eyes and take courage.
There is no charactor in the home
circle more useful and doautiful than
a devoted elder sister, who stand
side by side with the toiling mother,
lightening all her cares and burden
How beautiful the houohold machinery
moves on with such efiiciont help1
Now sho prosides at the table in her
mother's absence, always so noathlj
attired that it is with pride the father
introduces hor to his guest as "our
oldest daughter." Now she takos a
little troop into the garden with htr
and amuses them, so mother may not
be disturbed in hor work or hor rot.
Now she holps the boys with their
hard lossous, or roads father's paper
aloud to rest his tired eyos If mother
can run away for a fow days recreation,
she leaves hom without any
anxiety, for Mary will guide her
nouse wisely anu nappuy in tier
absence. But in thc sick room hor
presence is an especial blessing. Her
hand is next to mother's own in
gentleness anu skill Her sweet
music can charm any pain and bright
en tuc weariest hours. Ihoro are
elder sisters whoso presence is not
such a blessing in thc homo. Their
own selfish ends and aims arc thc
main pursuits in life and anything
that stands in the way of these is regarded
with great importencc.
Such daughters are no comfort to a
mothftr's heart. Which kind of an
elder sister are you in thc household?
P A & & & ,7u J .
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PROriTS YOURS !
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S REV. J I I'll!' ., ROITuR 9
Deut. I -Ml.
topics roit TCI)T
1 Moses' review ot the journey.
2 Exhortation to ebedion.
3 The cities of refuge,
t The decalogue.
6 How they were to teaeh the word,
ti Communion with the nations forbidden.
7 The rebellion of Israel.
S Mosos receiving the law.
It Mossing of obedience.
10 Idolatry to be destroyed.
11 Blood forbidden
NEW FERRY TT GOLCONDJL
Noarost and best route to Cape
Girardeau ferry. f0 miles saved in
distance. Boat built in 1907, according
to Government reuiromcnta,
with fire and life protections. Good
accommodations and reasonable ratos.
Four round trips per day. Loaves
Golconda for Compton's Landing at
8 and 11 a. m. , 2 and I 30 p. m.
Loavos Compton's Landing for Golconda
at S 30 and 11 15 a m.. 2 15
and 5 p. m.
J. O. Win.iAHsoN, Master.
The Meeting at Baker Church.
On thc ISth day of August wo began
a meeting at Baker chureh, in
which oight professed faith in Christ
and sevon united with the ohuroh by
Closod Sept. 1st with Mission
Day. Collootod $27.10 for mission of
This is tho little chureh that started
six yoars ago with oight mombors.
additions iu the last
Hev. J. W. Vaughn, of Clay, did
thc proaehiug through the mopting
to thc satisfaction of all.
IT, G. HroiiEs, Pastor.
Three Coaches Go Into River
Charleston, W. Va., Sept. 2
The Chospeakc, and Ohio train was
derailed at Kanawha Falls tonight.
Three coaches, it is said, fell in the
river. Tho fatalities at this time arc
Hens cannot lay and thrive without
relishing their feed. Use Hex
Poultry Food Condimnnts. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Valuable $2.00
gift with $1.00 purchase. N. J.
Bishop, Ciayncvillc, Kv.
Dally Program tor Public School.
rh ol program for all ohool m
the county as reported by the
appelated by Sop t. Paris-A.
S 00 Opening Kxerotaoa.
S.16 Arithmetic, fith. G ratio.
3:10 Chart and Hirst Header.
0.00 Heading, 2nd. Grade.
0:15 Heading Fourth and Fifth
0 35 Arithmetic, 3th. Grade.
0.50 Arithmetic 1th, grade.
10.15 Hoe oss.
10 30 Numbers, let and sooond
10 15 Language, 3rd. grade.
11 00 Grammar A. Composition
1 1 -25
11.15 Oral Spelling, 3rd grade.
1 1 55 Writing, all grades.
1 05 Chart and First Header.
1 20 Heading 2nd, grade. '
1 35 physiology or Civics 5th.
2 00 Hoading, 3rd, grade.
2 15 Pyhaiolegy or Geography.
2 30 Itaooss.
2 15 History, 5th, Grado.
3 00 Oral Work, IhI, and 2nd,
3 10 History, tth, grado.
3 25 Geography, 5th, grade.
3 10 Spoiling, 3rd, grade
3 50 Spelling, Oral or Wntlon
I th, and 5th, grades
Cumberland Telephone And Patrons.
This is our first expression on any
the dilleront oxisting between tin-
Lumberlnnd and thc people. The '
present managor and oporators here I
have troatod us with such gross and 1
impolilnoss that furthor silonce is u,
becoming virtue. Wo wore amonf,
tho first to subscribo anil a stipulated
prieo of one dollar por month. Sinco
thon our number has boon changed
several timos, but now we arc
to give numbers absolutely with
out any oiuivooation or be denied tho
use of a service that has continually
grown higher and higher ever ainco
wo agreed to uso tho phone. Tho
company has not kept faith with its
patrons, and like all Trusts it proposes
to run rough shod over tho
rights ot thoso who have beon its
best friends in thc past. Wo did
without tho phono for a long time
beforo tho Cumberland caino and wo
can do v?ithout it again. Lyon
d? eft $ AM
FOR LAND SAKE
Use Bawkcr s fertilizer.
For sate by R. H. Kemp,
CROSS TIES WANTED.
I will pay the highest market price
for white, poat and black oak, gum,
sassafra. mulberry, elm, beech,
maple and ayeimore.
There Id more strength and merit
in a 11.00 paekagc of Hex Condition
or than in 110.00 worth of stock
foods. Valuable 12.00 gift with a
11.00 package. J. N. Bishop,
All persona having claims against
tho state of J. N. Gass, doocasod,
are hereby notified to present name
to me, properly proven, on or boforo
the fim day of October l!H)7 or name
will be barred from collection.
J G. UuriicsTER, Admr.
FREDERICK S. STILWELL,
Over Marion Bonk Building
All Work Guaranteed
: A Good Boy
j ULf Avoids Trouble.
And so a wise man
insures his property
i Fire, Lightning
I and Hurricanes
Tis folly to be otherwise.
Buy the best fire
policy Why be
J'st as good ?
T THE BEST I
jw make a specialty of
to'nM policies for
,i or country.
ER & WOODS
One of the ver
Wildest 1-ire Agencies in i
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