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' VT' T" XI jt ?. Mi I I ... 7 ; fi 1 4 V 4 , I p ft a STATE EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. Great Gathering of Educators-Cheap Railroad Fare. Tho next KontuckyEducatiotinl Association will convono in Lexington, Ky., nt 2 o'clock, p.j,., Juno 21 tb, 1902, y Tho overy school and citizen of tho Stato of Kentucky is most earnestly and respectfully desired. A great ef fort is being put forth by tho Ex ocutivo committee to onroll at tho) . f uoxt .Association uno to Twelve Hundred Teachers. Tho Stato has novor witnessed such Kentucky Educational Associations! enthusiasm and educational arousing as at presont. and if the teachers of tho Stato will go tojb work and organize tho educators in their county, including all the rural teachers, Lexington will be full of Kentucky oducators June 24, 25 and 2G. The oitizons of Loxington will offer a welcome and reception that tho visitors will carry in memory for years. The Association will bo held in the State College building. 3uffet lunches will be served at the College. Tho Elks will give a fine reception. Tho street cars will carry visitors to see every part of tho city. A grand ex cursion to Torrent and Naturally Bridge, which are among tho finest scenery in the world, will be offered and a picnio luncheon served. Fine Musical Programs will be rendered. In fine tho citizens of Lexington will give the teachers a welcome never extended to a Hill body of educators. All the railroads of the State have very generously olfeiod a rate of one fare for the round trip you and low boarding rates are offered of in the city of Lexington, Tho expenses for attending the next Ken 1st, tucky Educational Association are now in the reach of every one. It is earnestly hoped that all of the teachers of the rural schools, who are doing so much for our State, will be present at the next Kentucky Educational Association, and participate in the discussions and become permanent mom bers of this great organization. "W. H. Cherry, Prest. Bowling Green. the ed you can't ting Dodge Them of Did you ever try to dodge the over rain-drops? Did not succeed very well, did you? It's just as useless to try to escape from the germs of consumption. You can't do it. They are about us on every hand and we are constantly inst, taking them into our lungs. day. Then why don't we all have this disease? Simply because these germs cannot gain a foothold in a strong throat and lungs. It's when these are weak that the germs master. The body must be well supplied with fat. The danger comes when the blood is poor and the body is thin. If your cough doei not yield, and your throat and lungs feel raw arid sore, you should not delay, another day. Take Scott's Emulsion of Cod-Liver Oil with at once. It wilt heal tho inflamed membranes and greatly strengthen them as well. The digestion becomes stronger, the appetite better and the weight increases. The whole body becomes well fortified and the germs of consumption cannot gain a foothold. It's this nourishing, sustaining and strengthening power of SCOTT'S EMULSION that has made it of such value In all wasting and exhausting diseases. 50c. tad tt.00, rll dranfctt. SCOTT flcBQWNE.Chbf.Uwrorfc. Chapel Hill, Bon Allen nnd wife, of Oak Grove, were visiting II. S. Hills Sunday. Quito n number of young poojilo in this neighborhood gathered in nt Mrs J. C. Long's Saturday night nnd mingled their voices together and had a nico timo genorally. Bro Thompson, of Kuttnwn, was at his post Suuday. W. II. Bigham nnd son Eura visited relntives in Sturgis Sunday. Miss Ruby Bigham visited her aunt, Mrs Khoda Williamson, Saturday and Sunday. Quito n number of our joung people nttended tho commencement exercises at Marion. Charlie Williamson nnd wife, of Me ico, nre visiting his parents. Mr and Mrs Ilornco Williamson, of this placo. .. . . ... This precinct will go solidly for Ollie James on the 24th, Plenty of Eagle Brand fertilizer now at Craynevillo. The best on the market for tobacco and corn. J . - J iney uw 1 i -.' ("1 10 wok nuoui nie. "Aye, j rwinnns for n ilmnc. for "I'll tl K 1 hart left the riverside I "Let' .pf.!-") - -" - Lewis Sisco has found a coal mine on his farm near Loo Hughes'. . P. Hill, from Marion, passed thro ugh this neighborhood Sunday. Miss Annio Daniels was called homoi last week to seo her mother, who was dangerously ill near Weston. J Lark Hard and Missc3 Nannio nnd Carrie Oliver from Frances were here Sunday. John Moore and wife of Marion were guests of Mrs James Fowler Sunday. P. M. Ward and wife wero visiting nt Hurricahe last week. Undo Billy Adams, while returning from church Sunday his horse stumbled and fell with him and bruised him up ery seriously. Mr. Adams is getting well along in jears but sometimes imag ines he is a boy again and goes out and does a big days plowing. Jim Head Mooro was in our beat last wcok, lsoking up all tho fat hogs, and poor ones, too. Frank Crayno and wifo from Pleasant the were tho guests of Charles Clement Sunday. With every 50 cent purchase get ono guoss on tho number It seed in the gourd. Three prizes aro to be given away August to thoso making the best guoss. First prize a $40 sowing machine; second prize $10 clock; third prize $5 clock. Bigham & Browning. FRANCES. Somo of our friends are ready for a tobacco season. Squire Tom Hard has his corn crop plowed over tho first time. Hurrah for Squire. Mr, Edward Teer and wifo havo mov to Princeton, Ind., whero they will mako their futuro home. Mr. Joe Ralston and Miss Bettie Brown surprised their largo circle of friends by going over to Marion and get married. Jack Chittenden, of Marion, the organ man, was in our midst lost week. Cash Ralston is up niter a long siege fever. Several of our young folks who were at Marion during commencement, report a nice time. Miss Clara Pogue, daughter of Rep resentativo Pogue, entertained her friends at a birthday supper on tho 12th of Remember that tho i'lth is election Como out and vote for "Wnitey James." Undo Bob Robinson has quit and gone to mining. RobtT. Williams, representing Mar-ley Bro.., of St. Louis, was iu town re cently. Best wishes for tho Press. I Weak? I 41 1 suffered terribly and was extremely weak for 12 years. The doctors said my blood was all turning to water. At last I tried Ayer's Sarsaparilla. and was soon feeling all right again." Mrs. J. W. Fiala, Hadlyme, Ct. No matter how long you have been ill, nor how poorly you may be today, Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the best medicine you can take for purifying and enriching the blood. Don't doubt it, put your whole trust in it. thrnw " I away everything else. SI.M a bottle. AIHrBftltU. I sg .Wkyoar doctor what ha thinks of Xjtt't 8r.pr1IU. Ho kuowiall about thli grand 3 o!4 family m.dlclne. Follow hU adrle and i. V. ATIB CO., Lowll, Mu. LATE NEWS NOTES. A revised list of tho victims of tho Goliad, Tox., tornado, shows that ninety-two persons porishod nml 150 wore injurod. Ono hundred and fifty homes wero destroyed. At Lowisburg, noar Covington, Ky , a wafer spout swopt away a house with all its occupants, nnd took others in its course Eight lives aro roportod to havo boon lost. Two bodios havo boon Names of tho victims are unknown. All mombors of ono faiuily. Cuba is now a P.opublic. Gon. Wood personally loworod tho American colors at ITavann, which wero saluted, nnd with his own hands hoisted tho Cuban Hag, as an act of tho Unitod Statos, Gen. Gomez assisting. Havana is beautifully docoratod. Thirty-four dead bodies havo boon takon from tho exploded initio nt Coal Creek, Tonn , but scores remain tlioro, though aro working hard to locate them. OASTOniA. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat. This preparation contains all of tho dlRestants and digests all Kinds of food, ltgiveslustant relief and never falls tocurc It allows you to eat all food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take It. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. It nrevents formation or gas on the stom ach, relieving all dlstrcssafter eating. Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take. can't help but d you good Prepared only by K. C, Dr. WittA Co., Chicago. TUo II. bottle contains !4 times tbcWcU. CASTOR I A Por Infants and Cbildrri The Kind You Have Always gh Boars tho Signature of && && Dont Be Fooledi Take the genuine, original HOOKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by iHadUon Mc4 cine Co., Madltofl. WU. II keeps you well. Our traoV mark cut rn rach pacltaga. Price, 35 centi. Naver el4 In bulk. Accept no suHU tuaweiutuiiii tute. Ak your dtugtUU Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DJpatts what yew Mb BOSTON & WALKER Funeral Directors and Embalmers, We carry a full line of COFFJNS, CASKETS, BURIAL ROBES and SLIPPERS. Our Mr. Boston is a graduate the National School of Embalming. We havo a hearso All calls given prompt attention. s Wmmtimt Oifice over Alarion Bank. StSvftvftftAAi pwmmmmmmmmmmmffl2imi2Si R. F. DORR, J Funeral Director g Embalmer jg DEALER IN Coffins, Caskets, .Burial Robes and Slippers. Fine Hearso for Funoral Occasions. Picture Frames of all kinds mado to order. Also Picture Matts. .nnn.N Marion Bank V Established 1887. Capital fully paid ....$20,000 Stockholders Liability 20,000 Surplus 10,000 Wo offer to depositors nnd patrons overy facility which their bnlnnces, buni ness and responsibility warrant J. V. HLUK, Pros T. J. VANDELL, Cashior R. C. Walker, REAL ESTATE AGENT, MARION, - KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE SOLD ON COMMISSION If you want a farm or a residence, soo his list. MINERAL LANDS FOR SALE I For information concerning faritw, residences or mineral lands, leases, op tions, etc., writo him. Illinois Central R.R. TO Mattoon, Dccalur, Peoria, Chicago, Sioux City and Omaha. Connecting with direct lined to all points north, east and west. Kvening train carries through Pull man sleeping and drawing room car Evansville to Chicago, and freo reclin ing chair car Kvansvillo to Peoria. Trains leave Marion G-JA) n, tn , and 2Ziii p, m. daily north. To Princeton, Ky., Fulton, Ky., Jack son, Tenn , Memphis, Tenn , Jacknoo, Miss., Vicksburg. Miss.. Baton Rouce. and ew Urleans. Train leaving Prince ton -1.17 p. tn., carries through Pullman sleeping and Drawing Room car to New Orleans, connecting at Memphis with A M. V. It. It., for Vicksburg and Haton Itougo. Train leaving Princeton 2:20, a. in., curries Pullman sleeping and Drawing Room. car, and freo reclining chair car throngh to Memphis and New Orleans. Connecting with direct lines to all points in Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkan sas, Oklahoma, Texas, Mexico and California. Trains Icavo Marion 11:15, a m. and 7-22 p m, daily south. Connection at Princeton, Ky., each Tuesday and Friday, Mattoon each Wednesday, and Chicago each Friday with through Pullman excursion sleep ers to tho Pacific coast. HOHESEEKERS TICKETS. On tho first and third Tuesday of each month home seekers tickets are sold from Evansville and Henderson to Southern and South western, western and north western' points at special low rates good to return within twenty ono days from dato of sale. Literal stop over arrangements. A copy of tho Southern Home seekers guide giving information regarding lands in the Miss issippi valley will bo mailed to you freo on application. Lon Johnson, Agent. F. It. Wheeler, Passenger Agent, Evansville, Ind. Wrn. Alfred Kcllond, Louisville, Ky. A. II. Hanson, o p. a , Chicago, II. TOWN LOTS I havo a number of choico lots in Marion for salo. Charlea Evans. f , MARION. KY i l&3& 5S Tho Kind You Ilnvo Always in uso for over OO jonrs, nml VJ& m iKt.tul jr t jtj j 1 nuiiiii tafy, cs.w Allow no ono to decelvo you In this. All CouiiterlVlli, Imitations and ' aro hut I3periimiits that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Hxporlenco against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Caslorla Is a harmless suhstltuto for Castor OH, Paregoric, Drops and .Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, IMorphluo nor other Narcotics substance. Its ago is Its guarantee. It destro3'8 Wornm and allajs 1-Y erlsmiess. It cures Diarrhoea and AVind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nml riatuleucy. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho Stomach and IIowcls, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children' Mother's Friond. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears tho The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years, Txc cckt.u eo.M.r ? nvMtf aTct r. o errr. D:11" LAW Y UK and City Judjjc. Regular term of City Court first Monday in rach month. fWm Harrigan (Rurccustir t 1 II Om.i i ,iH I Vi: It and- Fine Wines ! Whiskies! Sole Agent for the Ctlebrated I. W. Harper and Old Hickory Whiskies StictAl At trution to Mnll Ortloni. M Alt ION. KRNTUCKV. H-H-H-MH-I-H-M-!-M-:-M-:M-W ..BICYCLES.. .. iiii ii- iniw uiwoi. Full lino of Snndr'oa. C. C. TAYLOR, A,&K.te Phono onlors j;ivon prompt allctitioii, TO THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST. A new road, with its own rails nil principal points in KANSAS, OKLAHOMA, INDIAN TERRITORY AND ARKANSAS. Connecting with through trains from St. Louis nnd Kausas City to NORTH AND SOUTH TEXAS. Library Observation Sleepers to SAN ANTONIO, With connections for nil points in the REPUBLIC of MEXICO. Excellent service via Hurrton, Kas., for points in COLORADO, NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA and tha FAR WEST. Ask for tickets via the Full luformntnn to ronie nnU ralet clitcr. fully furuiiiictt upou oppllcatlon to any local lepreieutativr, or to ALEX. HILTON, DRYAN SMYDER, 8'l rmKr IxibI. rtmtiir rrilfle Uuuu, KAINT I.OUIS. r Sriti Ihfl Kind You Mare Alwara Bought, find which lias lccu lias liorno tho Hlfpmtnro of !ra& has been inado under his per- ia..wtt!ulltt . tlltl,. till IttAl..... j.ivi r..w.. ...vu itiivj. Signature of Miss Nell Walker ? Typewriter and Slenoiraplieri Blue 1 Nunn's 0ff.ee, MARION, KY Typewritten coriirn of inanu ninclo nt reasonable price. L. H JAMES O.M. JAMES James & James LAWYERS MARION. - - KY. A. C. MOORE, . .LAWYER. . All HtmineKH Promptly Attended ' Unomt ( anJ otcrMaMun link MARION. KY J. A. & Jno. A. Moore ..LAWYERS.. uoiiocuona a specialty. Ke t. lnnKSinSWla? f CoI,U ? , Ul'l'IOL: First tloor Vot I FnnnoiV Bonk, Afnrion, Ky. Lumber fo Sale J 1 KOOl) OOllStnilt von hnml r ill. Iuinbor or nil climoiiBions, aihI nj propnrod to (ill bills on short nolid? W. A. DAVIDSON, Lkviab, 5 HARPERj I WHISKYJ5S I iM w I I n Xl rXCBf M 'I PI mKKFh I fe!!l HiiiLSH I The Aristocrat among I . I the Whiskies of the Old I School. Without a peer I FOR SALE BY I W. HARRIGAN. ) i I hnvo n oottage house with iM rooms nnd hall, in desirable f lion of tho town for salo. Lai ' I '-. ; 4 ' ' v Mm. LH. f.iJJ, jlK g lot and good improvements, J, W. Blue,Jr, .smmmt.