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Here and There.
Farmers are getting behind
:u fnrm work. There
sufficient number of tobacco
is not a
beds burned and but few
oats sown -but the April sun
shine is making the wheat look
jrreen and thrifty.
.... o i,i nf
There were nve car iuau u.
hogs shipped from the stock
pens last Saturday, who would
have thought 01 mat many "
being for sale around Marion? I
The last few days of wind and I
sunshine have dried the ground
1. J J V.r.l
a few more sucn aaya mm mc
the farmers will get ousy
Marion has moved.
While thinking over the past,
"Mr. Editor" and musing of the
beautiful, sunshine this Easter
day just the Lord's Sabbath,
that's all, and like all Sabbath
days should be remembered and
kpnh hnlv Rut V.... :n
cities anu aivers places, a few
hours will be spent today in
listening to some fine instrumental
music of a worldly
nature. No wonder we are
growing spiritually dead as a
Church people. We need the
power of the past to quicken the
power of the present.
When vou have laundry, cleaning,
pressing or repairing, see L.
u. and E. H, Yates.
Building. Phone 4G.
m. was asnamed of my face." writoi
.Miss Pickard of North Carolina. "I!
was all full of nlinnlos anil senrw, hut
vJfLU?11 D- U "' Inscription for
110 sign of that Ecxema and that waa
three years nBO."
This 1h hut onn of thousands of case
in which D. D D. hiiH simply wasl""
away the skin trouhle. D. D I)
cleansca the .-kin of tho trcrtns of Eczema,
Psoriasis anil other serious skin
diseases: stops tho Itch Imitantly. nn.l
when used with I). D. D. soap tho cures
Feem to he permanent. Nothing llko
D'JZ P-,'or the- complexion.
Trial hottle 23 cents, enough to
i'.u.u mu muni ui mis wonuerrui rom
Wo can also kJvp you a full H7a
hottle for J1.00 on our nhsnluto guarantee
that If thlH very first hottlo falls
to give you roller It will coat you notl
J. H. OREE, Marion, Ky
v "- --- . f T . M . Vi ., r!
When You buy Square Dal Fence
rVo Set to Catalogs S WSS" &?' "
- ! ..fllfn UUL3 .v v
nro Ileal v...
la bull on P"!-"-'""""" ",,:.:
i... ... r. nnr store BOHIO aa
fence can hold ,1 wt us show
PsSSi fiST Y look a. .ho .. wou.
feeling under any obligation to buy.
nl I b Is the secret of the success of this fence
Tht SOW Dtal LOCK lio strongest, most compact lock ever
invented. It grips the stay wires b.nd f.To
shorten the life of your fence.
TV- C,u IKtm are In one straight piece from op bIn. m
.. That means
io backlin4toletLpgs f& J-piece
the fence ! and
stay wires help support ost for
and we want to sell you Square Ueaiun o , . .nu
believe it beats aU others fence .It ' fet ? nue?. Co in and get
elves vou mucn muic i.n. . - to ,-,
8 ... 1 Deal prices the next time you come
b2vanother rod of fencing until you s
town. Anyway, Hon t
is the hrn fence value on the market today.
youricu wu siu.
Olive & Walker
Got our Prices
TP HawtiyKcystww Stecl and Wirt Ct Pttria, IB. up
Stove-wood For Sale.
One thousand loads of old rails,
and other mixed varieties of
,nnA Rio- Innds S1.00.
JAS. L. F. PARIS.
Route No. 1; Marion, Ky.
Phone 99-4 rings.
"My little son had a very severe
cold. I was recommended to try
Chamberlain's Couch Remedy, ind before
a small bottle was finished he was
oc u?ll ns ver." writes Mrs. 11. Silks,
St., Sydnrj. Australia,
is for sale by Jas. H.
Wilson Andrews Dead.
1 Wilson Andrews, son of Mrs.
She is now Belle Andrews, died in the state
St. Louis oUYashingtonAgru wn, iy
lever, trom which he died.
place a special stress upon this AStlHIHl! AStfllllO!
uay ana even in our churches, in' ASTHMA REMEDY.
....... ... .wW..ti. ui price ji.uu. Trial '
Package by mail 10 cents.
Alllni tl -. I
......aiia m i g., lo., 1'rops. Clevo
land, Ohio. Sold only by J. H. Orme
The long-looked-for Sprjng
seems to have reached us at last.
i he time has enmp whnn mntunM
earth is puting on her coat of
crepn. rho Uirtla o :.,:.-
ti.: ri.;: ";::"?. rc on '". lo
uciiniua uicu nmwa ana tne world is be
ing transtormed from her cold
mask of winter to the gorgeous
garments she will wear
out the spring and summer.
I he earth is begining to warm
" " " "
win not have the fly. Let us
clean and disinfect our premises
and put them in a sanity nnn.
dition before the hot season is
Let everv mhVpn nf Mo-;
take a pride in his home and his
town; let us make our city an
example for others to follow; let
us save our babies from sickness
Clean up YOUR OWN hnnk
lot, and then if your neighbor
does not do his duty, report to
the Board of Health.
a. Aim&UIM fKAZER. !
Qiwlrlnnlv . there
Right on Thef. Minute.
building at a Detroit
friends stood watching the
Great Lakes' freight boats pa.
shot OIH nu
the adjoining dock a little tug,
with a row boat in tow, bobbing
up and down on the dancing
: tiwiinftfirnnnn sunlight.
waves in ."-"" .
The tug headed straight out into
the lake, looking as if it would
pass impudently in fiont of a
i ...u;,.u ivnc
large vessel in...
ing. Instead, the vessel slowed
..rv littln. a man nimbly
jumped from the tug into the
row boat, and pulled close alongside
the freighter. Before you
could realize he was there, the
freighter was yaras m.iiuK.
nT,cr Qt,.idilv on her way west-
From the United States Marine
postoffice on shore the
freighter had been sighted in
hn distance. They had mail
for her crew, and the tug was
dispatched to deliver it. In the
moment that the little row boat
was alongside, the mail had been
passed up to the freighter and
1..1 nnctinn' rm;;vl down.
The meeting was so well timed
and executed with such precision,
because every man was doing
his part right on the minute.
Perhaps there was a father
among the crew on the freighter
longing for news of a sick cnwi
at home: or a husband looking
: ., "i .. w uj mi niiinnii c.raai
No More Hawking and Snuffling
When You Breathe Hyomei.
HYOMEKpronounce it is
KUiininttftM. to end the mi-cry
U!:,.the it. .k-troy ; cn,'!rrh
hawking and snulll.ng
ki.ih. nd soon
will cease. ,
Hrcntho it. nml crutis win no ...k-.
. . .uU.n not od in
form in tne nose; muw -
,n the throat; all intlamination il
leave the membrane of the nose and
head will feel clear
throat am your
lirouthe it for coughs, coins ...... --
throat; its soothing, Healing ""r
action is better than ull the stomach
doomg remedies in creation, and there
un't a particle of opium, cocaine or
other habit forming drug in it.
Complete outiu, wnicn .....-""
haler, $1.00. Extra bottles of
nwv.X .M) cents at Haynes k Taylor s
and druggists everywhere.
Until further notice we
nav SUcts per bu. for Solid dry
shucked white corn and
per bu for snapped corn.
tf. Marion Milling Co. inc.
For tetter, ringworm, eczema, running
sores ami lull skin diseases Dr.
Hell's Antiseptic Salve is guaranteed
satistuction or you k.-. .""
fi cents everywnere.
for word from his wife. If just Andrew Carnegie, at a recent
one of the men on the big boat, dinner in New York, said of a
or on the little boat, or even nt, certain labor trouble:
w t: t,,J fnUail "it io oillv nt nmn overs to
the Aianne nav. ....v,. tl ,.-, ..tJ - ,--,
to do promptly and faithfully his! pretend, in these troubles, that
part, there would have been no' they are ahvas in the right, i
..' :.,,! ennt tlml ilav. ! nro often in the,
leiiers ri'tuncu u. .. .-- ......,..wrf - (
It is a splendid thing to be faith-1 wrong, often unreasonable 1 he
ful in great duties: but it is often-like Mrs. Smith-Jones j
equally fine to be faithful in the ask impossible things; j
..u -i. ..:.... V r.ovnr i "Mrs taking a!
smaner uuum. m. - ,
how much may depend upon the villa at Palm Beach, engaged lor
little tasK assigned iu us. v ( UUUVi ov.n..j -." -
are all links in a chain, and one ( con.
.. . ..: ..,.:i- tiw wlmlni "Vnve flnv sh said to the
inK missing spoils i..v. . ..v,.., w.... -
East and West.
litkTflT"iM 'i'llritr w.i pv.i.
old fellow, aa.w are two mums
.nt I ness and obedience.'
'tSffl:0 u,u "1 - ten jou L'licsiR jo's
nai won oi me murnn. r
leaves a mother and a sister. P nTold "t when yo's in. which shall it
Mrs. Leah Duffey. both of Wash-, pSV i.Bath7!lu ZSnflr ti?ft oe' maim?' "- St. Lou
mgton, and three hmtbn.c : tuaKm?wrnBi.iaV" l .a",,...!i1i' democrat.
1 - . - l.UI Itilll I lllllllllllll
i . ' neiinnr win i .!.....
Drfno -1 out -l,l Jroyd ".;...'"' ."L"1.""'
muiiroe, iivis anri
mourn his death. j onCor',h20n1hu"ou!.'uiu?fnnr,,n,',Arncd cond,:
Rives instant relief and an absolute
cure in all cases of Asthma, Uronchitia
.LVjiTJ I,n'1"?l Nilr. c. of
uu tirrh tarr. Snil for rlrrnuni. frw.
oola br IrnMltt Tic.
""" mllx MIU for ontUpiUoa.
The Farmer's Union Tobacco
Association after April 11th, will
receive tobacco only on Monday
anu iiicsuay ot each week unti
the lGth of May 1912.
Chns. W. Fox, Sect.
., 1 Ruarantee Sutherland's Eugle
bye halve to cure common sore eyes
in J to 36 hours. This seems strange,
"mv.. , ,tKK,. y our guarantee,
rou run no risk and it only costs 25
Special Notice to Subscriber.
Every subscriber to this paper
and the pesky flv will soon bej who FAILS TO RECEIVE THE
here in his hideousness. Thi
little, harmless lookincr insppf i
responsible for one-half of our
summer sickness. He can onlv
breed in filth, nrincinallv nhn.it
stables and garbage. If we dispose
of the fly we must do it before
he is born, then it hphnnvQ
us to dispose of the filth and we
KKUULAR WEEKLY ISSUE
will please communicate the fact
to the Editor immediately nnnh
time the paper fails to reach you.
'u nave received many complaints
since Jan. 1st, 1912, of
papers going astray and wish to
be advised of each casenrnmntiv
Vou can greatly increase .,ur salary
by iualif ing lo teach Stenotypy.
The Slenotype taken dictation
supplanting shorthand. Hundreds
of the best business colleges will
want teachers by early fall Less
man iilty icicheisare now available
Stenotypy, typewriting, and Fnelish
juahf v to
earn from fifty to one hundred dob
Jars a month. The demand is here
Write for full particulan.an.1 special
offer to teachers who enroll this
spring, Act to-day,
Lockyear's Business CoIIeee
LvanBville, :.: in(I!
' When you have laundry, cleaning
pressing or repairing, see L.
L. and E. II. Yates
Building. Phone 1(5.
PILES! PILES! PILES! j
Williams' Indian Tile Ointm..n .i
.... -.'V..W "II.
cure Ulind, Weeding and Itching I'iJos.
liioruNUie tumor, allays itching
at once, acts as a poultice, gires
relief. U'illini' i.i; t:i.
" uiuii I ik;
Ointment is . prepared for PiIoh and
Itching or tho private part. Druggist,
mail Me and $1.00. Willmnw
Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. O.
tojd cn.j ly J. H. Orme.
Miss Mary Joiner Retnrns Home.
Rev. T. V. Joinnr
home Wednesday morning from
ueynoids, Oa. where he was called
on account of the automnh.ln
accident in which his daughter,
miss Mary Joiner, was Injured,
but was able to return with her
rather. -Hartford Republican.
Why He Was He laler
"What ninde you so late?"
l met Srnithson."
"Well, that is no reason why you
should he an hour Into getting home
"I knoiv, but I asked how he was
feeling, and ho insisted ..n ,..n; ..
about hn stomach trouble "
' ). you tell him to take Chamber-Iain's
Sure, that is what he needs."
Sold by Jas. II. Orme
Good youncr cow with n ,t.n,t.
old calf by her side.
J. VV. Goodloo
mtmm eagle eye siue
Ciood for Nothlnc but th Ey
APRIL 18, 1912
of Marion, Kentucky
Capital Stock id,uuv
introduction of Rural Free
this county it was in-co
of mails in
Silt for many citizens of the county to
trat'sact their banking business in Marion.
On account of that inconvenience, many
citizens began to do business
ot this county's
with banks located in other counties.
The daily delivery of mail from Marion
to the homes of almost all parts of the
removes that inconvenience, and this bank
whose accounts are very
has many patrons
active, but who seldon find it necessary to
personal visit to this bank. The mail
pay a and delivers
brings in their business one day,
at their gate, on the
them the bank's receipt
It is the purpose of this advertisement to
-. ,..m, i iiw. citizens of this county as
rcacn sum u. ...... ... .. ,.x.t
t their banking
be continuing to transact
business with banks located
county, and invite them to patronize the institutions
ol their own county.
The Banks of this county, and their
owners, pay their taxes in this county; they
uiiiiu and maintain uie ro.un .wm
bridges that you use, they help to maintain
the schools in which your children are being
educated. In these matters they are partners
. . . ...... ... tine frMintv.
with every iax payci ... ...
Money deposited in the banks here. ma
neip.hbor for the dc
c borrowed by jour . i
of his business, and in helping him
to his success, it helps to increase our
Banks located i
n other counties do I v t
help you pay taxes or maintain your sc
but they use the money they make from
patronage, in devolpmg the resources of
Unless outside banks can offer you some
facility or security that your home banks
cannot offer you, do you not believe that loyalty
to your home institutions should cause
vou to prefer to patronize them?
fborntkhiS,r,0nrSC,CUrC ,han a State fink,' am!
ransirt T " "P " Nat,"al bank .0
1, T bUS,nCM; Thc facls ar. a Na-tonal
is not adapted
to the needs ol
i "TM,,,!,e"'. No N"onl Bank
your a thousand
thousand dollar farm, because the law lo'
offCrNfnrNat!nal COI,,l, makc '
this kind r?' CMa,e U0U,S' ior lavr forbids
investments for them.
,10l!lc banks can 5crvc yu
they are not
restricted by the
governing National Banks
to keep t,On01 as ?dnkS as twenty-five arc r.rcci by law
othe;cb:ln,kcrs,,s ,n cash and n dsii
ono"APril i5'. this bank had soventy
ana in other banks. dcPOits in cash
Some men have an idea that a large
small banakCrT? d ?usineM with Jha a
peTdsonH? ', lhcsayofanybank de-
lt2, ,CharaCtCr ad business ability
of the men who
manage its affairs.
culti,,?H,a11 ficU.i ",ay bc ,UOrc carefully
Unv Z 1 han a ac ne' so a bank
omicillv en,,0?" " ly ma,,acd' "lorC
!C,Cd' and is
"btral m itsde?l,gs
with its patrons.
home' b??k, ar.diSpScd to onizc your
"'"L!" I1 not uitc dy to make
bink WCausc yoowethe other
towTn1" b?rrW romus he money
them Zl C'"' and Pa" ,hc, off a"d
m1 .ln Ule futl,rc on their home
people for their patronage.
pcrfcctiyv0Undrbt our abi,ity loscrvc y
FARMERS' BANK OF MARION, KENTUCKY.
. o. HAYWARD, Cashier.
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