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n st VI m: lufl M I I i1 M WM V IM' m ri . I Wf,WJ 1 xs 71 I! f 'I . I ' f)$ Choosing Silver 1 . Mf Aiiutic davits. h wf coirect ly!e. bi Hunt I, coinlnncd with f( Iv nest valu", make !M7 ' 3 ' MK6ERSBHB, TRIPLE ' A , sii.crtvarc the choice of i ' c! '.T.maungptirchascrv t name to-day stands i- '.So heaviest grade of I ' rand exquisite beauty v atfRU, eitunn long r of service and sat. I l.on. Iti remarkable rebi!ity hat won it v die popular title "Silrtr Ftjif tS.il MVjrj." ? KvM hr If fifty 4JI0C 7ft herr. 5f n4 I. I'l fi ciulw all T'"lf'ot. f'ji l-Ar-ii Co , lltfttan, Conn. I PICTURES J cer saw a masterpiece : On a" cathedral wall. ' Kut a long dim vista through the' AOOU I ., , ,, , , .! it ' I las held my heart in ilui'l. never stood before a niche The critics all ad - Hut 1 have seen the children play Upon a cabin floor. The painted pictures may be grand I am tix poor to know : Kut I have seen the rippling wheat As wind breathed oft and luw. I k:'.v.v not art, and yet my heart 1 calmly reconciled, lor in the twilight 1 hae een A vm iher and her ihihl. ClSflMISSIONCR'S SALE. iMClTTIJNDEN CIRCUIT COUllI, KENTUCKY. on v, EMin.v, nainuit t .1 irfilncf Equity. .'f t Don llfvnd.in: H r . ,. , f H Jn- gc ir n and Onicr 'he C i'..nden Circuit ('.urt, r ei at tho N'v. Term thereof, i' in a!ove cause I strtll pro of, i .ffr for sai at th Court- Ffo. eioorin Mai inn to the highest Ivdi.r a: PUBLIC AUCTION, on MonJa die Hth day of January, 1011, at 1 o cluck P. M , or thereabout, ibei'ig County Ctirt day.) upon a credit of ix months the following described propertv, to wit: About 2 acres of land being within i mile fr mi Marion jmt west of the cemetery r.nd on Crooked Creek, five .icro in bottom, balance on hillside, all cleared and under fence r or the purchase price the purchaser, with approved security or securities must execute Bond, bearing legal terest from the day of sale until pa.d, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms, J. G. KOCH ESTER, Commissioner. ' - rr??Apr ruDfi We tell you hoir. and ptvbest market prices. We are dealers: eUbtUhetl la l&Ol; and cau du UKTTKK for you in asenis or commission merchant. References any bank In Write for weekly price list. M. SABEL V SONS A 33 E. Mirbt SI. LOUISVILLE. KY. uaaitrt in runs, tnuts, wool. .AdbAA fcJboaa.Jk JbfAJbJpAAjl & T0LLEY THE NEW GROCER 4R 2 4K Has a complete stock of new and up-to-date. No For the New Year he will lots of good things to eat. 3 let us supply them and you. i T0LLEY Jj The Sanitary Grocer. mfU?rcr'3rct'ot'cye'c' tyrrco" It 7 VWV SANTA UNDERSTOOD (liy 1 I Phaser.) hen Sai.ta git into the room j c found the mantel hare, tiil he wan pretty sure last yea' A stocking dangled then. e 1. ked about hitu nnxMoush 11tl .ia upon a shelf , U) dull house deep in tin-. . huii e he'd brought hitnse! IUm 1 it la a little doll, ith dress and hood, lli -mall gray eyes filled up with tvars. 1. .r Santa understood. 1 e nut the tovs back in ins ig. nd then aid, with a .sigh. I wish the little angels bun;. neir stockings in the sin. ludge'.x l.ibran. STOP THAT UANDKUFF before it kills your hair. You know dandruff is a germ disease and it '.ends s lowly and surely to baldness and there is onlv one wav to cure dandruff and that is to kill the perm that causes the trouble. , .,, Greasy halve will never do this. ,..,., , ,..,.,n nAP ..,,. ,iror,n and are guaranteed to cure dandruff, itching scalp and all other germ easos 01 tne sKin anu scaip. ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP are the true scientific remedies for these alllietions. To show our faith in ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP we have instructed the druggist selling them to refund your money if j ou are not satisfied with the remits from the very first bottle and the first cake of soap. We (an afford to make this offer because one bottle of Zcrno and one cake of soap are sufficient to show their healing qualities and if used according to directions, thev will affect a permanent cure. Sold bv druggist everywhere and in Marion bv Hajnes t Talor. - ToThe Members of The S'enming District Tobacco Associalion. Gentlemen :- - ... J ..nil V.U niwx.' .. .. b:iv'p .... . a stripping season, we feel it is best to give you instructions as to assorting, that you may real-your he the very best prices on tobaccos. The crop will be graded and valued in five grades, as follows: Vn. 1 Fine, lontr. rich, select. i,rm. n int .irwi ,,.ro , No. 2 Good. lomr. brown leaf! and lmrs not as perfect as No. 1. No. 3 Good, medium length, brown leaf and lugs. No. 4 Medium, brown leaf and lugs. No. 5 Common tobaccos, not good enough for any of the above grades, , W( want tQ u,. rQ the members . . . ., ,, , t to class their tobaccos thorough ly 5 have the lengths and colors seperate, stripping all dusty and dirty tobaccos to themselves, as it wijj not do to jmve dirty tobac. co scattered through your clean grades. To have No. 1 Grade leaf and lugs, the tobacco must be good , . . ., 1 I I' 1 COlor, good lengin, good uuuiuu and smooth selection. No. 2 must be good tobacco, but of; course not as select in quality as j lJ, 1, Ul It 1UU.TL MUtU HUJU ' Ipnirth and color. I Please strip all dark and green niccos in two seperate classes, i ol mixing it with the bright ; o ft ft ft ft I ft ft everything in his line, ft ft old, shelf-worn goods. ft have all the dainties and ft Bring the children and ft ft ft ft Carlisle Street, Marion, Ky. J ccc 4??? loUtcco.s. Make your if s as good in proportion as the loaf of that class. If the lugs are not in proportion . 'to the leaf it will be gnuud in a; M 'M grade. . stripping trash, bear m 1 1 that will do better r ou have two grades, snipping mi' bft quality of trasli into No. j 1 .nul the balance of your tr.tsh into No. 2, but the dirty trash must not be put in either No. 1 ' or No. 2, but kept seperati'. 1 We want especially to caution! members of tin Association to be as careful with their trash as with their leaf and lugs, and see ui.it 11 us jNMn iiemuti uuiiii.iiiur1()(lI) niiusoa. Ill ttnenco, flipping, or sweet and free from dust, as we . ot,or inconvonionco. Kexall Onlorlion a.- la mil linit. i.ii III rliMttaI il.ll found an inclination on the part of the buyers to throw out the trash in receiving and have it taken in under the damaged class, which is very detrimental to members of the Association, for in selling at round prices, the trash is worth as much to the Association as the leaf and lugs. We una that some memners are; nnmlnec M'ith tlwjif tffioli niwl )iw I Wtki VC IMbll fcilVIt UIDII iti,4 ,W,. t.hinkinir it flops not in:it ter so much about them, but let us caution you that this is a take and that you should be as , careful with your trash as with ! other grades Again let us urge you to strip, vnnMnhnnnnc in .rnnrl on.wli. i.m and not offer to deliver it with1 too much moisture in it, as this is a scource of contention and is the cause of a good deal of docking. In taking down your tobacco for stripping, do not sprinkle it under any condition, as you will most surely injure it, but wait until the tobacco comes in order and then take it down on the dry side and be very careful in yourassorting, having lengths, ordor riml muilitv in ;nniinti classes, which will nrove to vour! advantage, preventing trouble at the door in receiving. Let us urge members to follow the instructions above, and we will be able to deliver the CO quickly and hae no antness at the factory door Yours very truly. Win. Elliott, Genet al Manager. Haynes & Taylor GUARANTEES HYOMEI If you really mean that you want to drive every bit of catarrh from your nose and throat why not try a sensible remedy that is guaranteed to banish catarrh, or money back. If jou already own a little hard rubber HYOMEI inhaler you can buy a bottle of HYOMEI (pronounce il for only 50 cents. If vou do not own an inhaler ask for complete HYOMEI outfit which contains an inhaler, this will cost you $1.00. Then oreathe HYOMEI and et rid of catarrh, relief eomes in five minutes, a day's treatment will make you happy, a week's treatment and snullles, mucus and hawkinp K". another week and goodbye to catarrh. Try it today inn mnnt. lirintr nlnn .nlil hv Mrivnnd J "w y...... .jw... ..j ......v.. & Tayor an(, ,jruKt,ists everywhere. J4ii Sool And Stove Went Together. Hickman, Ky., Dec. 31. -In attempting to blow the soot out i f a stovepipe in .lackson'sO. K. j barber stop here this morning, they got in too much po.vder! and blew the stove to pieces, one piece of the stove coming from tne duck oi the house to tie front and knocking out one of the large plate glass windows , :The occupants had a narrow from the flying pieces of iron. The entire shop was liter ally cover with soot. You Risk No Money Our Reputation and Money Hack of This Oder. We pay for all the medicine during the trial, if our remedy fails to completely relieve you of constipation. We take all the risk. You are not obligated to us in any way whatever, if you accept our ofTer. Gould anything be more fair for you? Is there any reason why you should hesitate to put ojr claims to a practical test? A most scientilic, common-sense treatment is Hexall Orderlies, which , 1 iiBHi iffJMgrawTy?T!T,nia!..' 'nvi J. B. KEVIL. Lauder. NOTARY PUBLIC AbsiCiGttit.; A Specially. Surveying and KOOiVM. PRESS BLDG. MARION. KY. 1 nre oaten liko candv. Tltov tiro very prunouneid, gentle and in action, am) pnnictihrly acrooililo in every wuj Thoy d not cuitse are particularly good for did Iron, aged and tlolictuo persons. We urge you to try Uexall Orderlies at our risk. Three Biz, 10c . Jific. . and r0 ceils u can get Kexall Konifdios in t!ii community only Kt our The II xall Store HAYNKS & TAYLOK. Marion. K. Speechless With Grief. KailSaS ( 1 1". iUO., Dec. :?!.- , dnel over the loss oi his two j'0' aul who were Kiiieu Minuay wnen tin. s"" ul i iiiyiioubu ca.cu " Il;ysicians believe has de- stroyed the jwwer of speech ot Amlre)v U"te..,irson, a well dig. l'. WllO Stltleivd UI1 IlljUry SOV- end years ago, and for the last venr has worked only a small part of the time. When the cave-in oceured. he ran to the sand pit and looked at the bedies of his daughters. He has been mute over since and physicians fear he will never spenk again. Gasped For Breath Uasirlils Xcarly Ended Lllc (il Urn. V. Mathews. Head Ills Leilur. "I was bothered for years with sUimaeh trouble and irastrltis. Eowl laitllike lead in my Mtomneh and for- intuited, forming jas. Thw catutsl a pressure rn rny heiirt, no that I choked and gasped for breath, and thought my time hail come Ml-O-NA cuntd me after I had doctnrtl without V. Mathews, Ind. If you suffer from indigestion, d zziness, bilioiinncs, inactive liver, nervousness, sleep- lessness, bad dreamw. foul breath, heartburn, shortness of breath, sour stomach or despondency, be sure and get MI stomach tablets. They are guaranteed. Large box SO cents at Haynes & Taylor's, and drugginta everywhere. J-Ill NAMES WORD s GREATEST MEN In a previous article Mr. Hubbard dissented from Andrew Carnegie as to the twenty greatest men, and now furnishes a list of his own. 1. Moses, who formulated a religion founded on a sanitary, common-sense code, and fused religion with life. Pericles, who took the trcasuro of Uelos a fund raised! ror war j)Urposes and used it to, l)uil(l tho mosL i)t,autifui city the' word has ever seen. The ureable as all life .should be He led the way for Frohel. t. Michael Angelo, a work-i unman who sanctioned manual labor; the first of modern architects: a poet, a painter, a sculptor, an engineer, who lived a long, happ and useful life. Mil lions of simple folk look upon his work and are uplifted by it. The dome of the Capitol at Washington is patterned after the dome of St. Teters, built by Michael Angelo. and all domes trace a pcuigree to ncnnei An gelo. i'is work umpire every lover of art and every builder who strives for the ideal. f. Columbus, who gnva the world a continent, even though he died in chains. (5. Thomas Jefferson. who taught the princi iples of nKepiib - 1 lican form of government, found- ed our public school system ' which he designed nhould Im I based on the honor x stem; who' introduced Greek architecture in - 1 to America; a man singularly tient, creative, loving, generous, j and with whom the world hns I not yet nearly caught up. The only Democrat the world han'; i ver seen. G. Charles Darwin, and teacher of evolution, who has changed the complexion of every orthodox religious sect. ' i. rranKiin, discoverer, inventor, business man. financier, diplomat, philanthropist. i). Lincoln, the statesman. 10. Ldison. npplier of elect ri i city and common sense. 11. Watt, practical inventor of the ;ti!im erieine 12. Gutenberg, who invented nrintintr I i:t .... lull ...., il. fire in,,,inr f . , ..v. .....V V.Ok.O I the telephone. j M. Arkwriirht. inventor of cotton spinning machinery. 15. Ilargreaves. inventor of the spinning jenny. 1G. Stephenson, inventor of the locomotive. 17. Perry (J. Holden, who, ) through the selection of seed corn, has shown the world how1 took the dive and the laughter to double its productive wealth was not suppressed bv the judge per acre. ; who had difficulty in preventing IS. GeorgeWestinghou.se. in. .himself from joining in the of over fifteen hundred t' electric and mechanical The fall was only live feet, hut ces. as a result Uncle Sam is out the 19. Frederick Frobel, through i pnee of a previously perfectly whose teaching corporal punish-'good chair. ment bus been abandoned, and' who gave the world a new When buying a couRh medicine for tehl of education. children bear In mind thut Chamber 2d Adam Smith, author 0f,i",' ""y l most eirecti.nl 'The Wealth of Nations," tlio first b ok that treats economies Myvywv' w WWVV X.KNKKKJJ cnct, of pericles in architecture. M Pnrl(pt CUeh I iohfe 5 ' scul)ture, oratoryt the (rama.!5 l r"lIIl VilgHlb g j)liysicai culture, still endures , animates ami inspires every worker in the arts. M I 2 w j J .. Aristotle, the world's tj first scientist, to whom veryj much of our scientific gy now traces; the man who organized the first herbarium, the geological collection, the first zoological garden and who taught the world that health, sanily and happiness were to be obtained only through an understanding and a love nature. The world has not nearly caught up with Aristotle. lie-sides being the world's first scientist, Aristotle was the world's first school teacher. His teaching was founded on the M EtnlS .it!X M LwQ J &' U r or 10 While Rock Coekerells l." White Ruck Pullets 10 Whito yandotte Cockorells ... 1 1 uhito Wyandotte hens and pullats ( S. C. R. I. Red Cockorells I S. C. R. I. Red Pulkts These are all good breeding stock and are bred from the bust strains in the country. Yard three miles east of Marion on Ma. nun und Shady drove road. Come and see stock or write to Luth er Cass, Marion, Ky., R. F. I). No. 1. Make a Durable And Useful Present. We have many styles. Send for Booklet. For sale by VKKtfss L w U Hki PW. em Sale. $1,110 1 (W 1 01) 1.0) 1.1)0 IX) as a science. All of these twenty men I haw. named, exerted a positive hem. iicial influence upon mankn 1 which grows extent as the years pass. They were world factors epoch launchers and can w be called the twenty men wl.j were world-makers HOTEL EMPIRE Broadway, at 63rd Street New York City i 1 ri .,: . T 5S; :.:?:;; " ..'73 '- HrdS'' ' 'A&&f'm &g ',' 'V'rT , '1" " I II K. A VJ s5vTA 4 ttifc ' -' Very Centre ol Evcrylhind All ears ami .rth Avcnui' bu ps puss Hotel, Subway and ICIevuted U. II stations one minute. Kivp minute? walk to theatn and shojie. 60 Kooiim, Dotnrlitfd Hath. II i"'ord dO ' " " t M S6 " with Ilftt)t t SO li " (X) 100 " M Suites wiUi Ilnth 3. So and u Semi for Fro Guklo to City W. Johnson Quinn, I'rop. Falls From Jury Box. Memphis. Tenn.. Dec. .".1. ""i''vsting wis a damage miM in tne leuerni district court to t,a' liat A. u. Jett. II juror fell , , , .. asleep and then fell out of tin- jury box to the lloor, taking the chair with him. In his drows stat" the juror got mixed up with the fragments of the chair and it was several minutes be-I fore he could disenUmgle him- :self. A shriek went up from the crowd when Jett and the chair ' mu, Uiallt con'tains no hriiirul druir For Halo by all dealerrt hhHbIbMbHbIbhv 0 Jas. Clark, Jr., Electric Co. Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. idea of making all study ploas.jUXSOSOS KSCKKKHKKKXKK UXKMKMXX ..'. J Vrt. ) . ..m ttlMlkJf t I imiitittut )tu'mmwitm '