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KJS18& C. WALKER, - Publisher WALTER WALKER, Managor. OHB DOUAK oktab t W, Cruoo was In Paducah IiihI weok. DrT A Fra.or waa in , Sunday. ,Ihb Ij. Travis roturnod to i o Sunday. .Mr Tom Clifton roturnod from DrtWHon Sunday. Mr .liunos Paris, cf Sturgis wns ,., town Sunday. Mr ,1 0 Hourland was in Thursday. Mr Carl Hondorson was in this wook. r I H Clomont, of Tolu waB ,,, t .n Thursday. Mr.F I) Throlkold, of .Salom, wns in town Monday. i, to Copbor's for anything in t v i nfuotionory lino. Mm Ingram and children loft .-allay for Memphis. Mr.lamoa R. Siiminors of Sa. In waa in town thin wook. Miss.StiBiu Hoyd, of Salom 1 friends horo Inat wook. i II I t I liOf IB SUM HHlKIHg IIICO got your broad from him. Mr T M, Hill, the Dyonsburg i ir ant, was in town Thursday. Mr Nerval Piorco, of St. Louis, is t o guoBt of rolativoa at this ..u t Mrs Nora BrookB, of Uixon, is t o gnoBt of rolativou at tills ( jihor has iinolv barbecued I'ltH l.sli nnd boilotl bam at all 09 Miss Fannio Stoolo, of LouiB u, is tho guoatjof MissMolvillo i tin If u want freshly cooked iieb i ir barboouod moats go to I or a Mr I I) (ilium, of Orayiiuvillo . i piuHiutt caller at tho Pit litis o l nday Mr.! I) Kiiij, of Eddyvillo, v u t' 0 ilont of frioiuis in tliia 8 wook. M i.mma Shorwoll, uf Birds- . isitod hor frioudo in this v .ut wook. t insb will buy tho famous Snm sulkoy plow at Coch. .' V Hakor'n. I . lor E .! Willis will bogiu a tr f mootinua at tho Chris. t i . i.rch Sunday. ( lector E T. Franks, of Ow- riwas tho guoBt of frionda 8 nty last wook. Mrsra L IJ. Cully and Jamoa lr, if Sturgis will opon a rein r hl.'.p in this city. N i will bo HtttiBfiod with your ik if on patron i.o tho Magnot n 'i lrj, .las ilickliu, agont. .MihH Lujd, of Frodonia, roturn. v i ' n.o Sunday aftor a ploaaant i8, with frioiuis in this oity. Mr lbort Butlor and family, fsi't'm, vieitod frionda at this I o during tho AsBooiatiiin. Mm. J W TrislordoBirod aovornl b nrliTH Hor residence ia on Do. jt Biroot, and noar tho collogo. Mr (' W Fox and daughtor, Miss Mabol, and son Vornoy at-Association tended tho Thurs. (RJ MfH ,). H Clifrnn nnrlfliiimhfnr (f B)uisburg, woro tho guoots of relathosin this oity tho first of two week ho Illinois Contral has n larno pw at work 'Tilling in" tho liar. iroaiio, two milos nortboast J' tins oity. l)r Uiohard J Morris, tho don. list Will hn 'n Mnln... M,ln 11081 nv U'.lo,l I mi..... ")' of noxt wook, Mrs Mirdjo Etor will onon a "llllllHHV HtMrr, ,'.. Unl... !.. .'.. jitoinhor. Sho will onrrv n Inrim "io of stylish goods. M 188 K'lnn rPliiir.....l !. !..... I1 ("I Hlld aCOOinnliRlind vni,.rrln,K. "u Iiiib l)nnn l... .,n t ivr:nn " U1 hiido Uil bl,ual' lHll I linrinnn l.nr. l w homo in Omaha, Nob. 'I'jiw Marion bnsobnll Innm Nn. J'lHiod tho Frodonia boys Thura ,.' rS,ro(,onin nnd won tl18 vie v. i no ecoro stood ail to lb in iVor of Marioo, HOME ; Insurance Compny CLOSSES PAID OVER $82,000,000.$ -Insures Against Loss by Fire. Lightning, Wmdsiorms and;; lornadocs. u.u owii. simrio : Noto or Infltnllinunt Plan nnd rofora to any of the ninny thounands who have been nromntlv tinld for Iohb X by Kiro, Lightning, Wind storm or -U 'I ornndo. or to nny Hnnkor or Hunt- T noHH tuna in America. liiHiiroin tho "Home" Got thu Uoat" U'h tho Clioaiwat. X J, H. MORSE, Solicitor & Recorder i MARION, KY. Mr. R. F. Dorr was in St. Lou-is last wick, Do you want a sulky plow; if so, boo Coohrau k Bakor. If you boliuvo in patronizing Loin indtiBtrioB buy your broad at Copbor's. Mr. Eli Niiiin and daughtors, of Rodnoy. woro thoinioBtsof frionda at this plaoo Thursday. Mi'bh Kathio Wooda waa the guoatofiMiBB Bortio Schoolcraft at RopUn tho lattor part of tho wook Mr .1. M. McChoanoy, ot haa purchaaod tho roaidonco on Bollvillo atroot, and will move to Hub oity. For a dioasmakor call on Mrs Win. Wooldridgo. Satis, faotiou guarantood. North Col-logo atroot. 12w2 PorsonB dosiring dontal work will find Dr. Morris, of Marion, at tho hotol inSalom, Monday, Tuoaday, WodnoBday and Thursday of noxt wool:. .Mr, Sam Marvol loft Monday in bis wagon for an overland trip to Sykoston, Mo. Sam is sixty years old, but ho is as apry and rnorry as if but Mrs. Harriot Peyton, of villo, Ilia, ia tho guoat of frionda in this county. Sho was formorly Misa Harriot Lovo, and has quite awi'locounootion in this county. Mr. (t. M, DoIJavon, of Calvort City, was in tho city Thursday. He has many frionda in Ibis county, whoro ho formerly rosidod. Six years havo paasod siuco ho paid us a visit. LOST On tho atroot day morning, two iivo dollar bills Findor loavo monoy at Franklin hotol and bo I i bo rally ro warded Mrs. Mary Flanary roaohod homo from Moxico Thursday. Sho line boon touching in a misaion aoliool for tho paat ton montliB. Sho onjoyod tho trip, tho stay and tho work Senator J J. Watkins, of attended tho Baptist Association at thin placo and loft Friday for Louisvillt. Ho is a candidato for Suporintondont of Public In. structiou, "Stono'a Journal is tho namo of a bright littlowookly thatmado its appoarauco at Sturgis two wooks ago. Mr. Tyler II Stono is tho oditor. Tho Journal has our boat wiabos for its success. Mrs. Birdio Elder loit this wook for Louiavillo, and tho oaatorn markolB, to purohaao an oxtonairo stock of millinory goods. Sho will bo ougagod in tho millinery businoss at Salom this soason. Tho now Dyor's Hill Baptist church will bo dodioatod Sunday. Tho now building iB a boautiful struoturo, oroctod at a cost of $2,-000. Tho intorior is providod with a handBomo organ, and ologant church furnituro. Tho ohuroh onioys a largo momborohip. Tho old building was a brick struoturo and stood for yoars. Tho dedication will bo a bio ovout in tho history of tho church. For tho noxt (50 days I will tho tooth and mako a good sot of now tooth, oithor unpor or lowor, and inauro thorn to bo a por foot fit, and finely finishod work, for Skvkn Dollars. I will also put on the must solid gold crowns and warrant thorn to stay, for Foi'H Dollaiis. OIHoo ovor (iilbort & Coobran's grocory storo, Marion, Ky. tf T. H. OosBitt, Dontiat. Now is the time to bring in your old scrap Iron, J. G. Gilbert will pay 40 cents per hundred cash. Mr. S. Hodgo, of Princolon, was in town xuoBuay, ! Mr R, M, Orange spout tho first of tho wook at Dawson, Dr. J. N. Todd and wife of atloudod tho Ham looturo. Dr (Iraasham, of Salom, tho Ham locturo Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Rogors, of aro tho guosta of Mr J. T. Ooohran. Mr and Mrs Frank WoodB, of Eddyvillo, visited rolativoa horo this wook. Mr Olaudo Laruo, of Now Burn, sides, 111,, is visiting relatives in this county, Mr and Mrs Millorof Enfield. Ills, aro visiting tho family of Mr. T. J. Cochran. Mr W. A. Blackburn and family roturnod to thoir homo in Tuesday Mrs S.A. Adams will opon hor Bohool Sept. 8th, Sho solicits your patronugo. Mrs Francos Evans. loft Monday for Dawson and is a guoat at tho Now Contury hotol. Mr. and Mrs D. C. Roborts loft Tuofldoy for Chicago. Mr Roborts I will rotiirn in a few days Mr and Mrs LaRuo of Lovias. and Miss Addio Boyd, of Salom, attondod tho Hat" looturo. Mrs R. II. Doau, of LaCrosso, Wis, aftor a visit with rolativoa at this placo loft for homo Tuoaday. Mr. R. L. Flanary, tho insurance man, and Dr. W. T. havo fitted up two ofiicos on Bank atroot. Capt. W. J. Stono and family, of Lyon county, woio guoata of frionda at this placo during tho Association. Mr R. Montanus, of Louisville, waa in tho oity this wook; ho was attraotod horo by tho mining Mr and Mrs W. II. Midoloton and children, and Mrs M. S. Lyon of Indianapolis, Lid,, aro guests of Mr II. F. Kuykondall, of this placo. Tho Presbytorian church will bo providod with olootrio lights. The committoo soloctod to look tho matter easily obtainod tho roquirod funds. miss uraco rarsoiiB, wuo nus boon visiting Mi'bsos Bossio and Fannio WoodB, roturnod to hor homo in Piucknoyvillo yostorday, accompanied by Miss Boaaio. Mr. Joo Doau roturnod from Texas Thursday, aftor an absonco of two yoars. ilo waB niod by Miss Lou Doan, daughtor of Dr T. L. Doan, of Barstow, Toxaa. Mr and Mra W. R Clomont, of View, aooompaniod by thoir visit. or8, Miss Bostelman of Gainavillo, Tex., and Miss Sponcor, of Louis, villo, camo to this oily Monday ovoning to hoar Col. Ham. Mra Nina Uoworton and Mra. Lola Davidson aro in Louiavillo this wook, rocoiving instructions undor afashionablo modisto; upon thoir return hero will opon a dross making oatablishmont at Mrs. Kit tingor'a millinory storo. Wodnosday ovoning, Eld J. N. Hall, tho notod Baptist divino, a largo audionco at tho opora houso His thomo was, "What jb tho ProBont Condition of the Dead," and bo doalt with tho subjoot in a mastorly way. lie is an eloquent and a most impressive spoakor. Mr. H. O. Glonn, tho prominont and popular morohant of villo, advorti8os his business and rosidonco for salo in this issuo. Owing to tho ill hoalfh of mom. bora of his family ho iB forcod to givo up bis businoss and go to a state whoro tho olimato will provo bonofioial to his family. Mr Glenn is a porfoot gontloman and a good oiti.on and will bo groatly missod in tho oommoroial circles and by his many frioudB throughout tho county. Card of Thanks, I want to thank tho good of Marion for tho kindness shown mo and my doar wifo during hor last illuoBs, audi asBuro you I havo not words to oxpross my appreciation to you for tho many kind aots bostowod. But I shall alwayB romombor you with tho kindost of lovo, and hopo loan at somo timo do somothing that will partially ropay you for samo, and in my hours of lonolinoss 1 shall pray for you that your lifo may bo a long and happy ono. Sincerely yours, 0. E, Weldon, f ) I "M-H-M-l 4-H-H- I 1 j 1 Ct. 1 ugnis anu anaues :: rrrri rrrrrrrrn i i n"i"i"rrn t That was a charming story that Prof, ( ?) Evans told in last wook's Pucss about Col. Roborts. It made tho Colonol blnsh to havo so many titles prossod upon him at ono timo, Colonol and Bowlogs and Oaaomoter and Pro motor, a regular Btring of It is raro that you find a gontlomon built on this stylo of invootivo; generally if a northern man is afllictod with bowlogs tho southorn gontloman will call him ono side, say to the cornor of somo room, and romark: "can't you straighton up a little moro and not bo so scandalous orookod" and thon tboy will to somo opon bar and both straighton up. Evans arranges this differently, ho givoB his advico oioro publicly, Btill Evano hasdono much for tho public wolfaro, ho has boon tho causoof all tho littlo girls quitting tlio chowing gum habit and tho young ladies of danoing, and now he has taken Billy Baird undor his protecting wing. Poor Billy. Thoro's ono thing, though about Evans that ono cannot help but admire and that is bis Most of us dopond upon Wobstor or Worooator as our guide for pronunciation. Bless your soul ho don't, if tho dictionary makers don't agroo with him it's good bye dictionary makors, he will have nono of thom. Thon ho issuoh a so!f mado man and how ho dooa worship his orea tor. A porfoot Apollo in everything but anatomy. He will wear the largest halo mado, in tho sweet bye aiul bye. "Ho was born at or noar Salom" as ono old roBidontor told the writer, hastily adding, "and now don't blamo Salom for that, she couldn't help it." Some rough things havo boon said about Sa lom in this column but we didn't thon know what Salem bad been boaring all thoso yoars. It's ty tough on Salem. V "Ho was so Ilo thought ho waa nn orator, Hut when he rose to speak His tongue refused to wlggl" And lie andod with a squenk. A mother and six children woro traveling on Capt. OolmiBneil's train, according to Ezra Kendall, whou tho inothor took tho eldest I 111 I 1 J if S i oniKi ana sai ino otnor nvo on top or him. Whon tho tiokot puncher camo along aftor faros the mother calmly said that tho six children woro hors but tho oldoat was five, and tin conductor fainted An old rum-soaked drunkard waB lying out on tho ptreot, tho sun blazing down upon him. Ho bad his faoo nearly covered with tho oxcoption of his noso. This rod noso was oovorod with flios, who woro having a lovely timo, ovidontly. The old sinner soomod to onjoy it woll as ho smiled and soomod porfootly content. a yollow jackot camo along and scttlod down among the flios and left tho imprint of a hot foot on the noao. Tho old snooser frown- od, and raising his band said, "Now you will all have to get otl" m Wo don't protond to know about tho financial suocosb of the Grit-tendon Springs hotol this soason, but wo do know that it has boon a comploto hotol success. No bettor sit minor rosort was ovor than tho Orittondon Springs this past soason. Tho tables, the sorvico, tho willingness and dosiro to ploaoo thoir guoats have distinguished overy member of the faculty, from tho smallest boll boy up through the lino to Mr. Win. Baird and Mr. John Wilson. The secret of hoalth laya in tho rogu Inrity of the bowels, and whon thoy aro irregular tho syetom will ,soon bo loaded with different complaints; it is always best to guard against such con-conditions. If you do this in tho right way you'll take a box of Hill's Univorsal Pills. Thoy aro Bystom cloansora; thoy work while you sleep and loavo no bad nftoroireots. Price 25c; for Bale evory whoro. All who aro indobted ,to mo by noto or account will ploase come forward and sottlo by Sopt. 15th. This is buBiuosa. Roap'y, J. L, Rankin, Fords Ferry, Ky, DEEDS RECORDED. J H. Barnos to A. Thurston Pope, minoral rights on 182 acres, $500. John H. Conyors to A. Thurston Popo, minoral rights on -13 noros, $309. J. Frank Jaokson to John Hughos, lot in Marion, $50. Willio P. Cridor to Jacob intorost in laud. Goo M Cridor to Jacob Cridor, intorost in land, $90. Mary Davonport to "W. L. 1 acros on Cumborland river $150. A J Duvall to Mrs. M J Houbo and lot $700. For Sale. A business houso and a largo stock of gonoral morchandiso, at Kolaoy; will soil choap for caBh, or oxchango for a farm. For further particulars address. J. M. McCliesnoy, 12wl Ky. It Needs a Tonic. Thero aro times when your liver needs a tonic. Don't givo purgatives that grip nnd weaken. DoWitt'a Littlo Early Risers expel nil poison from tho system and net as tonic to tho liver, V Scott, 6,'ll Highland avonuo, Milton, Pa., snys: "I havo carried DoWitt'a Littlo Early Kis-era with mo for sovora! yoars nnd would not bo without them," small and easy to take; purxly vcSotablo, thoy never gripo or distress. At Haynea'. Sjccobb first makes tho uamo aftor which tho namo makes moro success. Will pay 40 cents per hundred for all kinds of old iron, except stoves, until Oct. 1. J. G. Gilbert. Mrs. Laura. S. Webb, Woman' nemo craUc Club of Xorlbern Ohio. "I dreaded the change of life which was fast approaching. I noticed Wine of Cardul, and decided to try a bottle. I experienced tome relief the first month, to I kept on taking it for three months and now I menstniate with no pain and I shall take It off and on now until I have passed the climax." Female weakness, disordered menses, falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off. They follow a woman tothochango of life. Do not wait but take "Wine of Cardui now nnd avoid the trouble. Wine of Cardui nover fails to benefit a suffering -woman of any age. Wine o Cardui relieved Mrs. Webb when sho was in When you come tothochango of lifo Mrs. Webb's letter will mean moro to you than it does now. But you may now avoid tho suffering sho endured. Druggists sell 91 bottles ot Wine of Coram. 3MNE0F CARDUL COLUMBIA DISC Grapho phone Mntl& In three $15, $20 -2 $30 The best Disc Machine on the Market Entertains Everybody Everywhere Uses Flat Indestructible Records which can be handled without danger of being injured To the Public. Owing to tho faot that H. C. Glonn, of our firm, is forcod to mako a change of olimato ou ac count of ill health of family and J. P. Dsboo is occupiod with other duties, wo havo dooidod to sell our ontiro business horo, This is a monoy making point. Wo moan business and any ono intorostod will do woll to act at onco. Tho rosidonco of H. 0. Glonn is bIbo for Balo. It is a modol of con vonionco and boing but four years old is in excollont repa;r. Correspondence on tho subjoct will bo proporly and promptly attondod to. Glonn & Doboo, 12wl Craynovillo, Ky. Cured Paralysis. W. S. Bailoy P. O. Truo, Tex., writes: My wifo hnd beon suffering Ave ycara with paralysis in her arm, whon I was porsunded to use Dallards Snow Liniment, which cured her all right. I havo used it for old sores, frost pitos nnd skin eruptions. It does tho wcrl. 2oc, 60c and 1.00 bottlos at tho drug storo of II. K. Woods & Co. You should boo our lino of samples of monogram and ombosBed stationery. The Press. E Sell OOFRES 9 ?o. The Object of Life Is to be Happy. The Time be Happy is Now. The Place to be iHappy is Here, The way to be happy is to go to HEARIN'S grocory to supply your table whoro you will get the purest and best goods tho markets atTord and at prices nono of competitors cau meet on somo quality of goods. Come and boo for yourselves. This year, as usual, wo will be at Piney again, better prepared to cator to the wants of tho campers and gonoral publio than over before. Wo aro making big additions to our stables and will make tho care of your horses a special feature. Don't pass us by if you want to bo troated'right. Hearin & Son type melting nt The reproductions are LOUD, CLEAR mnd BRILLIANT 7-inch Records 50 cents each ; $3 per doz. 10-inch Records $1 each; $10 per doz. The GRAPIrOPIIONE and COLUMOIA RECORDS were awarded the GRAND PRIZE at the PARIS EXPOSITION of 1900 Columbia Phonograph Co 110 E. Baltimore Street, BALTIMORE, Ml).