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November Tern? 1912.
EQUITY REFERENCE DOCKET.
J. W. Blue jr. vs Jas. P. Simpkins,
J. H. Stinnett vs PinKie Stinnett.
(James & James) plfT.
Yandell Gugenheim Co. vs Mary J.
Hill &c, A. C. Mooro for plff.
Bessie Ice vs John Ice, Jamea& James
S. Fells Bros. & Ruble vs .1. A. Sullen-
ger, Boetticher Kcl'og & Co. vs
C. E. Clark va Neil Guess &c, Blue &
Nunn, for plff.
Lyle Ealcy &c vs S. W Woody &c,
A. C. Moore for plff.
W. W. Kimlall Co., vs J. W. Givens
J. W. Blue for plfT.; L. II. James
Eug Gilford &c vs EmilyGifford &c,
C S. Nunn for plff.
Pleas Boswcll Vs Eva Boswell, J. G.
Rochester for plff.
W. H. Hurdesty vs Dixie Ellington
Reeves &c, Blue & Nunn for plff.
John W. Weldon vs Ruth Dodge, C. S.
Nunn for plff.
J. G. Rochester va The Marion Electric
Light & Ice Co.
Zed A. Bennett Guar, vs Empire State
Surety Co., C. S. Nunn for plff.
Sarah A. Farley va Gatefield Farley
A. C. & V. Y. Moore, for plff.
W. B. Lamb & J. W. Brantley Admrs.
vs Baker School District, No. 38,
Blue & Nunn for plff.
H. S. McMican &c vs H. P. Murrv &c
A. C. & V. Y. Moore, for plff.
Mrs. Ella Ramiigo &c vs Mrs. Rena
Webb &c A. C. & V. Y, Moore for
EVFRYBOOY WHO IS INTERESTED:
q In building new buildings or repairing
old ones seems to want to know where
Q the best place is to buy.
Wb aro MANUFACTURERS onerating
saw mills an! plaining mills in Paducah
Ky., and Colfax, Louisiana.
a When you get ready to buy build- w
2 ING MATERIAL. OR MILL WORK X
OF AN KIND. STORE FRONTS. ?
STORE FIXTURES. STAIR WAS. 5
CABINET WORK OF ALL KINDS. 5
write us direct and we will quote you the beat
Manufacturers's prices, in this way you save J
the dealers profit and the commission man's
commission and get the material as it is grad-
ed by the Manufacturer and not after it has Q
been rcgradcd, in some instances, two or three
times by the dealer. a
Wo have an aichitect regularly employed and A
we will draw your plans of a RESIDENCE. a
STORE BUILDING. FIXTURES OF
ANY KIND-FREE OF CHARGE.
We have no agents or commission men, there- 0
fore, we appeal to the consumer direct for his
business GUARANTEEI N G goods and f
workmanship according to order. Write or
'phone your order, it will have prompt a
Sherrill-Russel Lumber Company
Paducah, :: :-: Kentucky.
Ida B. Jackson, Admr. vs Marshall,
Jackson &c, A. C. & V. Y. Mooro for
U. G. Hugos Admr. va Harriet Thur-
man &c A. C & V. Y. Mooro for
Bettie Jeffords va Elvin Jeffords, Jas.
A. Moote for plff.
Melvina Rushing vs Hugh Rushing,
J a3. A. Moore for pill.
A! Swansey vs Mary Crider &c, Blue
Nunn, for plffa.
R. II. Woods va Rose Wood, J. A.
Moore for plff.
G. E. Towery vs L. P. Towery, A. C.
&V. Y. Moore, for plff.
Mary B. Jacobs vs E. A. Jacobs, A. C.
& V. Y. Moore for plff. " S
John IV. Wilson vs Edward K. W. Kaiser,
L. H. Jamea for plff.
Julia Beaupre &c vs Thos. Nevins &c.
B. & N. for plff.
J. M. Crider va W. L. Litchfield. L. II.
James for plff.
Lou B. Fritts vs A. H. Fritts, Jas. A.
Moore, for plff.
Julia A. Staithorat vs II. otraithorat,
B & N. for plff.
J. A. Graves Admr. vs'W. T. Mitchell,
L. H. James, for plff.
Louis Hodge vs Willie Kodge, J. A
Moore for plff.
Grace S. Heaton vs Claude Heaton, B.
&'N. for pill,
Columbus Neely vs Inez Neely, Carl
Henderson for plff.
Nancy E. Sullenger vs S. S. Sullenger,
Jas. A. Mooro for plff.
Pearl Clifton, Adm'r. vs Robert Gordon
Clifton and Joseph Clifton, C. S.
N. for plff.
Pearl E. McAdams vs Samuel L. Mc-'
Adams, C. S. N. for plff,
A. J. Picker.s va Sarah S. Gill &c,
Carl Henderaon for plff.
Lowery and Vinson vs L. S. Rushing,
B. & N. for plff.
are quickly relieved by an application of Sloan's
Liniment You don't need to rub just lay on
lightly. It penetrates at once to
the seat of the trouble.
Miss Elsie Manthky, 4229 Talman
Ave, Chicago, 111,, writes: "About two
years ago my mother broke down with
rheumatism. The doctors didn't do any
good. My mother was persuaded to try
Sloan's Liniment, and in three weeks
was entirely well and I believe she is
Relief From Rheumatism
- Miss H. E; Lindelkaf, Gilroy, Calif.,
wrlfAJi k T v mnthr hn iiftprl nnn crvL
bottle of Sloan's Liniment, and although she fa over 83 years of age, she has
obtained great relief from her rheumatism."
Rheumatism Entirely Cone
ir UUIIUH? ,VHH
'Miss Eveletta Myer, of 1215 Wyoming St., Dayton, Ohio, -writes:
" My mother was troubled with rheumatism and her friends advised her to get
Sloan's Liniment and her rheumatism is entirelv cone. At the same time the
family was troubled witfi ring-worms' there were five ring-worms between my
sisters and I and Sloan's Liniment cured every one of us in a week's time.
' J&ht besFremedy fotimlgia, sciatica, lumbago, chest
pains, asthma, hay fqvroup, sore throat and sprains.
V At all dealers.' Price, UGc, 50o andf$1.00.
UwSi'a. Book on,How8,'CatUV.Hoga wd 'Poultry sent 'Ir Addm
& HSw,&WP r
J. P. Pierce, guar, vs Jas. Howerton,
A, C. & V. Y. Moore for plff.
Jerry Rankins &c. vs Wilson Rankins
&c. B. & N. for d IK.
Farmers & Merchants Hank va Sam S. Rives instant relief and an absolute
Sub.nger ard Mhw E. Sullen or, " euro in ail cases 01 Asinma, uroncmup
PILES! PILES! PILES!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment wil
cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles.
It absorbs the tumors, allays itching
at once, acts as a poultice, gives . instant
relief. Williams' Indian Pile
Ointment is prepared for Piles and
itching of the private parts. Druggists,
mail GOc and $1.00. Williams
Mfg. Co., Prop?., Cleveland. 0.
Sold only by J. H. Orme.
(Delayed from last week.)
Mrs. Kate Brown spent a few
days this week at Union.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Pogue
and son, of Eddyville, have just
returned home from his father's,
M. F. Pogue, of this place.
The new Cumberland Presby
terian church is going up rapidly.
All wish them much success.
Mrs. A. S. Cavender, Misses
Anna Eliza Johnson, Leafa Wil-born
and Mrs. Edna Adams, all
of Marion, were guests of Mrs.
W. R. Cruce, Sunday.
Dr. Cook's family spent Sunday
with Mrs. Emma Baker near
Mrs. Charles Deboe was a
pleasant caller ot Mrs. M..'F.
Pogue's Sunday afternoon.
The show at this place Wednesday
night was fine. A good
crowd was in attendance.
When a doctor endorses n preparation It means
more than on or&Ircry testimonial. Ilia opinion
la always that of tha professional man devoted to
the welfare of tho peuple.
Rev. J. J. Boyd. Ccv!r:ij, Tcnn. says: "I feci
It my duty to wrlto thlj fur tha Lcnelit of those
suirerintr from In tho average caso a
few apDiicatlcna of io.vbro's licnUrfe will remove
all dan ". I '..! -' j tj contlnuo its
uio for s:v..al ,-.'. '
Thi words of J. B. Thompson. M D . No. 2
Place, Cor. Hollia St., Boston, Mass , aro
r it I "33 enthusiastic: "I can only speak in praise
of Newbro's Herpicide. It Is all that la claimed
1 and more. Herpicide not only cleanses
1 10 scalp but brightens tee nair, gives ic mo anu
makes it soft.
Ncwbro's Herpicide Is tho orlirtnal remedy to
Ull the dandruQ! germ and stop falling hair. Tho
Urrible itchintc Wtrtch goes with dandruff is
allayed almost at once.
We positively cuardntee the one dollar stee
HAYNES &. TAYLOR
Miss Jennie Jackson, of Paducah,
is visiting her grandfather,
G. M. Yancy.
Mesdames Dycus and Brasher
were guests of Miss Lucy Greg
Mrs. Mattie Johnson is visiting
Albert Butler and son,
of Salem, passed through
our town Monday enroute to
Miss Grace Yandell, of Frances,
went to Paducah on the
F. D. Ramage was in Tiline
Mrs. J. I. Hill is very ill with
Mrs. Charles Brasher, of Essex,
Mo., is visiting relatives at
Mrs. Less Hobson has returned
Mrs. Marion Aiken has been
quite ill for several weeks.
P. K. Cooksey and family have
moved to Kuttawa.
Mrs. A. L. Charles and daughter,
Mrs. Myrick, are visiting
TTVIrs. W. E. Charles.
James Hust and family are the
guests of relatives here.
Miss Lillian Decker has returned
from Sikeston, Mo.
W. E. Dycus is on the sick list
at this writing.
Mat Patton died at his home
near Sunday and was
buried at Caldwell Spring cemetery
Prof. T. E. Guill visited his
parents -at Salem Saturday and
Pon't waste your money buyinpr
strengthening plasters. 'Chamberlain's
LLiniment is cheaper and better. Damp
en a piece of flannel -with it and bind
It. over the affected parts and it wllj
reUevV the" pain and 'fcorwiesrv For
55- sale by all dealers.' - , n' 112.1912.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY.
insl TToi? TTntf Qs1r1 lr Arttvrrafo
mail on roceipt of price $1.00. Trial
Package by mail 10 cents.
Williams M'f'g., Co., Props. Cleve
land, Ohio. Sold only bv J. H. Orme
Blackford Flouring Mill Burns.
Loss $4,500. Fire Origin a Mystery.
The flouring mill at Blackford
burned to the ground Sunday.
Nov. 10th, about ten o'clock at
night. The flames had gained a
good headway when discovered
and all efforts to subdue them
proved fruitless. What caused
the fire is a mystery. None of
the mill hands had been about
the place since the mill closed
down Saturday night.
The Blackford mill was doing
a good business and was kept
constantly going, often having
to run at night to keep up with
orders. It had a capacity of 35
barrels per day. The building
and machinery were in good condition
and the plant was valued
at 54,500. Some insurance was
carried on the property, but we
failed to learn just how much.
The mill was owned by Charles
Nunn, W. M. Dehaven and G.
It is supposed that the mill will
be rebuilt in the near future.
When you teel SS'
tired, worried or despondent it is a
sure pign you need MOTT'S NERVE
RINE PILLS. They renew the normal
vigor and make life worth livinir.
Be sure and ask for MOTT'S NERVE-RINE
PILLS. Price $1.00 by drug
gists. Williams M'f'g. Co., Props.
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold only by J- H.
Orme, Marion, Ky.
It's What You Leave Undone.
It is'nt the thing you do, dear,
It's the thing you leave undone,
Which gives you a bit of heart
At the setting of the sun.
The tender words forgotten,
The letter you did not write,
The flowers you might have sent
Arc your haunting ghosts toniglr
The stone you might have lifted
Out of a brother's way,
The bit of hearthsome counsel
You were too much hurried to say
The loving touch of the hand,
The gentle and winsome tone
That you had no time or thought
With troubles enough of your
And it's not the thirjg you do
It's thelhing you leave undone,
Which gives you the bitter heartache,
At the setting of the sun.
Only A Fire Hero
bit tho crowd cheered, as, with burned
hands, he held up a small round
box, "Fellows!" ho shouted, "this
Bucklcn's Arnica Salve I hold, has
everything: beat for burns." Right!
also for boils, ulcers, sores, pimples,
eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest
pile cure. It subdues inflammation,
kills pain. Only 25 cents ct Jame3 II.
Orme's and Hayncs & Taylor's. n
To Delinquent Patrons of The Marion
Electric Light & Ice
Those who are over 30 days in
arrears are requested- to call and
settle tK'eir bills, otherwise service
will be discontinued. Our
bills are due the first of each
month. No further notice will be
Marion,, Electric Light & Ice
by S. M, Jenkins, Pres
This the 7th day of Nov. 1912.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS.
The Wilson Hill farm and
woodlands are posted and no one
is allowed to hunt on same. Trespassers
will be punished,
MrsrEffiq W. Jenkins, Nov.
COME ALOT4G WITH US
We Want You
To know that we are doing a
clean, well managed, straight
forward banking business
The wonderful increase in our
business is evidence of the
confidence and good will of
Courtesy, fair treatment and
every accommodation consistent
with sound banking, is to
be had here at all times.
Do you want Us to show
Open an account with us and
you'll always stay with us,
Marion Bank of Marion, Ky.
Capital, Surplus & Profits $45, 670. 8
We are designated a U. S. Government Depository.
J. W. BLUE, President, SAM GUGENHEIM, Vice President,
J. V. HAYDEN, 2nd Vice President.
YANDELL, Cashier. D. WOODS, Asbimant Cashier.
Vicicious Horse Bites
Chin from Face
Clay City, Ind. Nov
Caton, a farmer living
near Brunswick bridge, this
county, is suffering from an accident
which may end fatally.
Caton was feeding a horse when
the animal attacked him and literally
bit his chin from his face.
It is believed the horse swallowed
the chin as it cannot be found.
It was necessary to extract all
the teeth from the lower jaw.
Blood poisoning is feared.
"There could be no better medirine
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
My children were all sick with whooping
cough. One of them was in bed,
had a high fever and was coughing up
blood. Our doctor gave them Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and the first
dose eased them, and three bottles
cured them," says Mr?. R. A Donaldson,
of Lexington, Miss. For sale by
all dealers. n
Mesdames J. E. Perry and W.
S. Jones, our merchant's wives
spent Sunday in Blackford. Mrs.
Perry was the guest of her sister
Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Jones was
the guest of Mrs. Dr. Price.
Miss Allie Wilborn our popular:
school teacher, was the guest of
J. R. Moore's family, Sunday.
Miss Laura McChesney of
is visiting friends at this
Albert Brantley has returned
from a two weeks' visit in Missouri.
Mrs. George Boston of
visited her sister. Mrs. Fos-
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Pale-faced, weak, and
Bhaky women who suffer
every day with womanly
weakness need the help
of a gentle tonic, with
a building action on the
womanly system. If you are
weak you need Cardui,
the woman's tonic, because
Cardui will act directly on
the cause of your trouble.
Cardui has a record of
more than 50 years of
success. It must be good.
The -Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Effie Graham, of
Willard, Ky., says: 44i
was so weak 1 could
hardly go. I suffered,
nearly every month, for 3
years. When I began to
take Cardui, my back hurt
awfully. I only weighed
99 pounds. Not long after,
I weighed 115. Now, 1
do all my work, and am
in good health." Begin
taking Cardui, today.
Ohio seems to have been in
earnest. . Even the President's
home town, Cincinnati, gave
Wilson a small majority.
Totil vote in state (estimated ) :
wi.oaiuudy. , I Republican, 312,600- rwmrcratic.
u. u. jonep, oi aturgis. visited'
hisparents at this place Tuesday (443,760; Progiepsiv . 2 3'564r
it to relatives at Providence ( stimito.