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dr. FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION
Is a scientific medicine carefully compounded by an experienced and skillful
physician, and adapted to the needs and requirements of woman's delicate
system. It has been recommended for over forty years as a remedy for those
peculiar ailments which make their appearance durinft the expectant"
period. Motherhood is made e.ilcr by its use. Thousands of women have
been benefited by this great muiicinc.
Yourdrucsistcansupplyjoulnllquldor tablet form.or you can send
50 one-cent s'lmpj for a trial rox of Dr. Pierce' Favorite Prcscrlotlon
Tablet, to Dr. I'lercc, at Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, buffalo.
Jt Is your prtvllcdgc to write to Dr.
given free of charge. Of course
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McCordJ D, Manilla Phil'pn I. Nov 191U
Malcome Jno E, S.ilem, Jan. 1913
iMc'Jlure Willie, Salem, Fob. 1913
Merritt W. C, Gladstone, Nov. 1912
JIcReynolds Josie, DycuVbg Dec. 1912
McChesney Earl, Shady G. JDec. 1912
Mct'ce Ed, city, Feb.
JicConnell Jeff, Shady G. Dec. 1912
N cChesney R C,
McConnell J E. "
McDonnell C P, Route 1,
McNeely S B, Route 5,
MeWorthy B S. Sikeston, Feb. 1913
McKinnpy J R, Mo.
M.-Mican Dor, K. City Nov. 1912
McMican IJ F, I'aton, March 1913
M"Clure L K, Frodonia, Jan. "
McDonald J V, R mte 5. Aug. "
M cEuen R W, Route -1, Oct.
McKinney Julius, Frd R 2 July,
MEuen Thos II, Routi 4. J m.
McConnell Hugh, Fords F, Aug.
McKee II W, Repton, Sep.
McConnell John, Unite 1, March
McKinney Newt, Fredonia Nov. 1912
McConnell T D. city, Jan. 1914
McMican Americus, Iron H, Nov. 1913
McConnell Clyde, Naupa, Aug. 1913
McCheaney II D, Paducah, Nov.
McMurry J S, City, Jan. 1914
McM wter Clyde, Mexico, Au,?. 1913
McConnell 0 II, Shady Grove Jan. 1914
McConnell A M, " "
Newcom W A jr Weston Mav 1913
Nunn C E, Blackford Nov. 1912
Nunn G H,
Nunn A R, Repton, Jan. 1912
Nation W T. Irtna, Nov, 1912
Nunn John L, Portland 0. Aug. 1913
Normon Dr. Henderson, Jan. 1913
Nunn L C, Allen La. Jan. 1914
Nesbit Jno, city. Nov. 1912
Nation W G, Irma Feb. 1913
Nnnn W I, Sullivan Dec. 1912
Nunn R I, city Jan. 1914
Nunn F W " Dec. 19)3
Oliver Mary, Route 1, April 1913
Ordway Guy, Crayne, Dec. 1912
O'Neal Peter, Weston, Feb. 1913
O'Neal Wm, Crayne, Jan. 1913
Owen B M, B'l Green, Sep. 1913
Ordway W H, Route 2, Jan. 1913
Owen Henry, Dycusburg, Jan. 1913
Ordway Herbert Crayne May 1913
Obinchain CL, Russellville Jan. 1914
Ordway George, Amarillo, "
Orme J H, city "
Oliver W F Route 2 "
Oakley C V, city. "
Pickens 0 L, Mesa, Auz, June 1912
PopeAddie, Hampton, March 1913
Paris Robt, S. Lola, June, 1913
Paris Clarence, Dillon, June, 1913
Patterson J H, Kuttawa, Nov. 1912
Peek John, Dycusburg, March, 1913
Powell Walter, Repton, Nov. 1912
Phillips L B, Sullivan,
Pace Nancy J, Salem, Jan. 1913
Paris W J J, Rosiclair 111. Aug it
Perryman N, Sheridan, Dec. 1912
Paris Hosca C, Route 1, "
Park T M, Route 2, Jan. 1913
Pickens 0 L, Mesa Ark. June 1913
Pierce Ira Malino Ark "
Peacher Ed jr, Clavksville Sep.
Peacher Ott, Carbondale "
Pogue Edeth, Mo. March
Persons Nellie, Chicago July
Perrv J R, city April
Paris 0 H, city Aug.
Phillips S H, Tribune, Jan.
Pope A T, Louisville, April
Pogue M E, Fredonia, Jan.
Paris Rimma, Route 1, Jily
Paris J L, " Aug.
Potter Clara, city, Nov.
Patterson D. W, city Feb.
Patterson J B, Providence, May 1913
Parr John, Route , Nov. 1913
Paris Monroe, city, Nov.
Padon Chas R, Salem, March
Pickens J A C, city, April
Parker Joe M, Salem, Sep.
Price J 'F, Manon, Nov,
Parts R S. East Prarie, Jan. 1914
Pogue M F iCrayne, Aug.. J913
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RE Is a lima above all times when a
Miot: d be perfect plivsical condition
iinuj ;uviou to die couiinj of Iter babe.
tills period many Women suffer from headache,
pains of various description, poor appttite,
other ailments which shuu'd bo eliminated In
justice to the new file about to be ushered i .10 tins world.
Pierce for advice, and it will ba gladly
all communications are confidential.
Paris James, city, Dec. "
Quarles D W, Mexico, Nov. 1912
Reed A H, city Dec. 1012
Reed C M, city, Jan. 1J13
Robinson G W, city, May, "
Russall W N, Texas. March "
Rushing F F, Kuttawa, Nov. 1912
Rushing T S, Route 2, " 1912
Ralston Dave W, Route 3, June 1913.
Rappoleo II Bishop, Salem, Dec. 1912
R ilston Ellis, Dycusburg July,
Riggs W S, Shn'town April 1913
R iberts D C, Chicago, Sep.
Robinson W H, Route 3, July
Rutherford G D, Sturgis, Oct,
Rankin Felix, Htmpton, May,
Rjse D S, Black well Sep.
Reynolds J L, Blackford, Oct. 1912
Robinson Ira, Repton, March 1913
Rushing R B, Route 2, Nov,
Reed C M, F F S Route Jan. 1914
Ryan Ellen, Salem
Roberts Geo, P., city "
HEARD IN MARION
How Bad BncKs Have Been Mnds
Strong Kidney Ills Ccrrenled.
All over Marion vou hear it. Doan's
Kidnev Pills are uti the ron.1
work, Marion peoplo are tolling
about it telling of lad hacks made
sound again. You can believe the
testimony of your own townspeople.
They tell it for the benefit of you who
are Ifourback aches, if
you feel lame, core and miserable, if
the kidneys act too froquentlv, or passages
are painful, scanty and oil color,
use Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy
that has helped so many of your
sriends und neighbors. Follow this
Marion citizen's advice and give Doan's
a chance to do the same for you.
Mrs. Hodge Fritts, Marion, Ky.,
says: "We still use Doan's Kidney
Pills in our famil, and find them very
beneficial whenever one of us have to
use a kidney remedy. The public
statement a member of the family
gave some years ago, praising Doan's
Kidney Pills, wap correct and it gives
me great pleasure to confirm it."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Warren Guess and Miss Addie Thomas.
W. B. Murryand Miss N. B. Fralick.
C. E. Butler and Miss Virginia Graves.
W. M. Slayers and Miss Ina Carter.
not only keeps cold out, but
conserves body-warm th;body-fat
serves the same purpose,
it enables us to resist unsettled
elements and serves as the
great source of our body-heat.
Greater body-warmth means
richer blood, more fat, not
obesity but fat which the body
consumes for warmth, vitality,
resistance-power as a furnace
consumes coal for heat
Scott's Emulsion does this.
A teaspoonful after each
healthy, active blood
sharpens the appetite and
makes all good food do good.
It drive out andhpt oat cold
by raising endurance-power
and creating strength.
Reject tabstitutei for SCOTT'S.
Scott & Bowjra, Bloomfield, N. J. 11-61
! THE WORK OF
A REAL SCHOOL
Good Teachers Are as Essential
INTEREST THE COMMUNITY,
The Wonderful Work of Pupils and Instructors
at the Thorn Hill School.
Children Take a Real Interest In
Perched upon a bill which overlooks
a number of houses that appear to be
plnyiiiK leapfrog In their endeavor to
KPt into the valley is Thorn Hill
Hfhool. In thee homes there are no
rich people, and many of the clrls
and mothers are forced to go Into the
bottllug works to help swell tJie Saturday
pay roll. Naturally one would
not expect n splendid building In such
n community nor well kept grouuds
nor a strong school spirit. Hut all of
these things seem to be In the forming
The exterior of the school Is rather
shabby. Some palings are missing
from the fence, there Is no walk, and
the doors are scarred. Insldo the
desks and furniture are mostly old,
but there are decorations, and they are
child made throughout. The white
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! ourtnins that temper the sunlight are
plain, but have been neatly stenciled
In bright, pleasing colors. The big
ugly doorway between the two rooms
is fringed with 11 tmliiue portiere,
which would pUKle the ordinary mortal
as to Its manufacture. The secret
of the large and many colored beads,
that itie strung on heavy cords, Is that
they tire made from wall Miner. The
children had got huge liooks of samples
of wall paper, cut the paper Into
strips mid rolled them Into beads.
A line of nails in the door framo
showed a brae display of baskets of
all shapes mid sizes. There was no
effort at any slavish pattern, for each
child bad made a baskot the slice and
shiiH he or she wished. That the
work has proved fascinating Is shown
by the fact that half of recess time
Is usually voluntarily given to this
work. As the Ihjjs have become adept
in the use of willow they have been
urged to make small stools at home
,iiil bring them to school to bo topped
with strong and beautiful basketry.
The twtchers have rvallzed tho full
value of this work, for they are arranging
for the older loys to cut and
prepare the basket willows from the
plants along the streams In the neigh
liorhood. This will allow the child to
take the raw material as It occurs In
nature and make It Into the tlulsbed
product with the added value that
artistic handwork gives.
Gradually this sane activity upon
the pait of the children and their
teachers has caught and held the Interest
of the community. In a comparatively
short time the parents have
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T1IOUN HILL SCHOOL.
seen that the children would bo helped
by more linger work and a better perception
of form and color. As there
was no money beyond tho bare conduct
of the school the teachers and
the parents gave a social and box
party. The proceeds of the entertainment
have been used to engage the
services of nn art teacher, who comes
out from Frankfort twice a week.
A school garden is being planned for
tho coming spring, but for fear they
may bo disappointed at the last moment
the children have arranged to
cultivate small plots at home. These
are to be entered In the contest, which
Is carried on under tho auspices of the
Franklin County Fair association.
now much more could be
DONE IF THEY HAD A BUILDING
WHICH WAS HANDSOME ENOUGH
TO GAIN THEIR RESPECT no one
can tell, but they have tnken what wns
at hand and with a fine spirit gone to
work to make it as elilclont as possible
and as closo to the activities of the
community as possible, aud they have
succeeded. Under such conditions the
building will follow before long. In
the meantime tho teachers aud tho
parents have the consolation of knowing
that, although a school Is much
better for having a flno, comfortable
building, It Is a possibility' without It
TRY SOLACE AT UUR tXPENSE
Money Back for any case of
Rheumatism, Neuralgia or
Headache that Solace
Fails to Remove
SCLACE REMEDY is a recent medical
discovery of three German Scientists
that di?solvos Uric A fid Crystals
and Purifies the Blood, it is easy to
take, and will not affect the wenkest
It i punranted under the Pure Food
and Drugs Law to be absolutely free
from opiates or harmful drugs of any
SOLACE is a' pure specific in every
way. and has been proven beyond
question to be the surest and quickest
remedy for Uric Acid Troubles known
to medical science, no matter h"w long
standing. It reaches and removes the
root of the troublrt (Uric Arid) and
purifies the blood.
THE SOLACE CO.. of Battle Creek,
are the Sole U. S. Agents and have
thousands of voluntary testimonial
letters which have been received from
grateful peopIeSOLACE has restored
to health. Testimonial letters, literature
and FREE BOX sent upon request.
R. Lee Morris, president of the First
National bank of Chico, Texas, wrote
the Solace Company as follows:
"I wantjyou to send a box of Solace
to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for
which I enclose $1.00. This remedy
has been used by, some friend3 of
mine here and I must say its action
(Signed) R. L. Morris.
Put up in 25c, 50c and $1 boxes.
IT'S MIGHTYJFINE TO BE WELL
AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY
TAKING SOLACE. "No Special
Treatment Schemes or Fees." JUST
SOLACE ALONE des tho work,
write today for the free box, etc.
SOLACE HEMEM COMPANY,
Battle Creek, Mich.
COOKSKINS SENT BY HAIL
Texas Trapper Makes Use of
Parcel Pest to St. Louis.
San Antonio, Tex., Jan. 1G.
A local trapper today mailed by
parcel post a bundle of green
coonskins, consigned to a St.
Louis hide firm. On account of
the offensive odor of the hides
the clerk at first declined to receive
them for shipment, but the
consignor overcame the objection
by citing the rules and regulations
of the parcel post law.
It will be to your interest to
see us before you sell your corn.
MARION MILLING CO.
John L. James & Lena A. James to
R. S. Elkins lot in Walker's apdition
in Marion $500.
C. J. Pierce to W. H. George, R. H
Hughes and W. M. Shelby trustees of
Tubalcain Lodge No. 75, F. & A. M. of
Mcrion Crittenden county, lot in Marion
C. E. Weldon and Margaret F. Wei-don
to W. T. Martin, tract in Marion,
H. F. Murry & E. A. Murry to D.
W. Sullenger of Lola 25 acres on Deer
E. S. Conger and Mary T. Conger,
to S. Stembridge lot in Blackburn-Weldon
addition to Marion $200.
Geo. H. Cramer and Sarah E. Cramer
to John Tyree, F. M. Matthews
and A. M. Deboe, trustees of the Lick
Spring Road in Crittenden county, strip
of land for road on Dry Fork of Livingston
Creek $1.00 and other considerations.
W. C. Carnahan and Zena Carnahan
to D. W. Stone lot in Marion $110.
J. H. Smith to Jno. C. Hardin land
near Repton, 122 acres, $5000.
Geo. R. Puckett to Teresa M. Sisco
5 acres 1 mi. south of court house
deed of gift
Jno. Clayton to D. A. McDowell
34 1-2 acres $250.
Francis Taylor io F. D. Crowell 92
acres on Wolfe Creek $1200.
J. K. Beard to M. A. Beard two lots
in Shady Grove, $400.
J. M. Puckett to Ben E. Woodring
25 acres surface rights $600.
D. A. MoDowell to L. J. Kemp 34 1-2
Porter heirs to J. W. Bennett 44 and
a fraction acres, $450.
W. S. Kemp to W. F. Brown 1161-2
I! SEE OUR MONUMENTS $
Our customers are always glad to
speak a good word in behalf of our
work. See specimens of cur work
in any cemetery in this section.
HENRY & HENRY
BUILDERS OF HIGH GRADE MONUMENTS
Both Were Skinned.
The husband of a woman noted
for her extravagance in dress
had a terrible dream. He met a
strange collection of animals-several
foxes, a beaver and some
seals and they had no coats.
He wondered and then tho beaver
explained; "We were skinned
for your wife's furs." The
man smiled. "So was I,'' he
lies! Coi!(!i Medicine for Children.
"I am very glad to say a few words
in praise of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy" writes Mrs. Lida Dpwpv,
Milwaukpe, Wis. '' have used it for
years both for my children and myself
and it never fails to relieve and cure a
cough or cold. No family with chil
dren should be without it as it gives
almost immediate relief in cases of
croup." Cnamberlain'p Cough Rome -
dy is pleasant and safe to take, which
is of great importance when a medi -
cine must be given to young children
For sale by all dealers.
ShP Was Rrerl in Old Kentucky "
Another Manon girl was hon-
orea recently wnen miss
enne Yancieu or tnis city was
elected President of the Beata
Sorority Club at Hardin College,
Mexico, Mo. Miss Yandell, the
only student from "Old Kentucky'
at this great female college
is a typical Kentuckian and
we predict that she will fill the
and Funeral Director b
CLOTH COVERED CASKETS METALLIC CASES j
COPPER LINED CASKETS STEEL VAULTS cj
WE NEVER SLEEP '
CALL U,S DAY OR NIGHT AT ANY
HOUR AND WE'LL Go RAIN OR
WE HAVE A .SPLENDID
N-EW HEAR.SE AND CAN HANDLE
THE REMAINS OF YOUR FRIEND
OR LOVED ONE IN THE PROPER
R. F. DORR
Opposite the Court House
fQ ? Carlisle Street,
position with dignity, justice,
honor and credit to all.
w hil you are renresenting the
whole Str.tpof Kentucky at Hardin,
we of Marion especially,
take off our hnts to you. Your
friends here, and they are legion,
have not forgotten you and they
remember you each night in their
The Brightest Book ot 1913, Bob
Taylor's Lectures Vol. 1, and
the Life of the Late Senator
Robert Love Taylor Vol 1.
The sale will likely reach a
half a million. Send on your order
quickly and it shall Jbe filled
from the first edition of 30,000.
I Whether in politics or on the
platfolm he was the orator of
, ,. , . . ,,
I the.South nnd aU orator f the
Prices by mail postpaid, Cloth
?2.00 pt'r vol.
Half Morocco, $2.75 per vol.
De Luxe $5.50 " "
Address A. N. Eshman
Chamberlain's Cuui!i Remedy.
This remedv has no superior for
coughs and colds. It is pleasant to
take. It contains no opium or other
narcotic. It always cures. For sale
bv all dealers.
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