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Marion Baptist from Marion, Kansas • 5

Marion Baptisti
Marion, Kansas
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Hammocks av aifi mww m-W sr, a mWmm We learn thai Mr. Powers, who was so badly hurt by the iun-away, is getting along very nicely We hope that his recovery may be very rapid. Wa a triad to see Mrs. George Urn ti ll "4l mm mm Croquet, loveless in her place among, the 1 workers in the church. Their tine Knv will soon be old enough to at.

AT tend church. Parents who take their children to church early nerer have 11 lnfa in' II fn Lowest Prices, A full line just in. P. 0. BOOK STORE.

Mrs. W. W. Loveless is at last she can get around the house i and we hope will soon be aoie to attend i church. It seems a long whil a fli nrft 'our sister has been disabled, and doubtless it seems longer to her than anyone else.

This Beats ALL Little Jessie Scott has had quite To got my catalog into your hands (and tbcn a Rink snell since our last issue. get your omen; a uiue mo wuuucii i hi wj-ferof TJ3AT summer-flowering bulbs and JO We are dad that Jessie is well vain. She is one of the pastor's paCKOlS UI Dull nuwer raui wr uui; viuw In silver or stampa. Did you ever bear of any thine like ltr NoUob the QUALITY, too. best friends, among the children.

KnlK Cnuhbui Panl TiiImmmim dfMlhlft. rus jrAittV sujus. dbbuuiiu wivr. We love them all. 1 IV-P.

kUlaaCMad lnorninv Oi Mm. I. E. Mvers has been on 1 pkt NANKEEN YELLOW POPPY, a splen- KM? Ml! 3 8 CaUlopala, Golden Wave, fine bedder. the sick list for some weeks, but ia rarinfll1v fretting stronger each 1 Curious Dish-raff uoara DUnthas, Kastern Qoeea, a taiwty.

l. linaria BlparUtaBplenai 1 day. We always miss our friends 1 -1 1 FetouM siyimaasupCTTinc i when, they-are ick ana sym pathize with them in their afflic tion. a 1 flnUVBIUHh 1WUJ i RmttTMi. annerb nomad soiit.

mixed. 1 i andm svaainir caia inias.boibsplanta Cannnm. Tuberous Mrs. Maggie Locklin is very Mrs. Maggie ixCKiin aceru.for imuen- 1 ASl ia iVJSl Maathutuedtwtcod much missed since her removal Jffrffl ntilXO toUOO order.

Wholesale and Retail Dea era In to the country. However, the weather will soon be so nice that SSffSv. she will douDtiess De aoie njyu iiiiuw) uriMiuv WW, FEED, HTIV. tenu a pan oi uie umo i. Vi O.

W. Rhodes, after a long M0NS0R1AL PARLORS. 0ANE SEEDS tfoi rheumatiam, is getting well Wm. Clarlison, 'and is uow able to attend, to hei UnnaAhnM ilntiea aoain. Bro and First class work, Satisfaction P.TTY LAUNDRY, fiiiun RhndAa weie much missed Sister Khodes weie mucn iuuwcu Vi from the services dunrig'their recent QnO blOClI W60t 01 UOUTt :iiM.a Wt km Mid tn note their guaranteed.

Give us a call. tiiupoo. LH.OUBO. wesence among ua again. Marion, Kansas.

Harion, Kansas. Marion. Kansas. Rev. Dr.

Clark always captivates G. P. MARNEB, Lis hearers. Those who have heard him once will always be glad when 4Via fJrriA onmRR for them to hear him the time comes for them to hear him e. -jmaqs 5 ce.t again.

He is well acquainted with PIClHp pUQ60N the foreign work in all lands. We TTnrinYl TCanaaS. Marion. Kansas, AafMfTO Aatfccaelto. Cauem City, MtAllitor, ana DUVVtH, raiucta.MeaaoU, OsaeCllrSaaft, hope he may find it convenient to Boraaloaaad Ssteotla VetaoaBgS Office over Loveless VISIS JJianou again wewu, asaitniog DEALERS IN Sinftft our last issue Miss Bessie Sacket Mer.

Co. v.vuna has been added to the list of fSOOALfc workers she and her mother 1 GROCBRIES, and baleaala aad Bttatl oalota la Coal Oil ana having returned from the east and settled among us. We were very andlv in iiAAd of an alto in our chorus PLGIN WOTEL Crockery. and Miss Evans is an accomplished Banage aad ay l.lna. musician and a nne vocausi.

call vour attention to the pa Trin. MARION, KAWBAB. B. D. MIZE, Proprietor, pers by Misces McGiffert and Wiard which were read at tne conrereuue.

TBvArv H. Y. P. TT. worker in the as Rates Two Dollars per day.

W. R. COBURN, Williams, AMatinn nucht to read and profit by First Class Accommodations. these excellent papers. We would be trWfi To mve a more extended notice of these papers, but our space is Hror Marion, Kansas.

eat yjorket mm uea. The Junior work. of the B. Y. P.

U. is very encouraging. It was organized with twenty-five and had increased to forty five members be-4na if wna rit weeks old. When ADAMS. Watchmaker, Jeweler Fresh meats, Purest and best.

the boys and girls get to work they The place to get your money's Office over Loveless Engraver. of this young blood in our church Sacket Mer. Co. worth. First door east of The Thompson Farr Mercantile Co, Marion Kan.

General Stock of Clocks, Watches work. We learn from the Record that the DeWitt Miller entertainment -was a failure. He seems to think AnA Alan full line of nixu BICYCLES, Silverware and Optical goods, i My motto is Every Watch made The finest Bicycle in the State, 1895 Overland, 1896. Also all kinds of Wheels repaired with neatness and dispatch at UV 3, SHANKLINS "that it was on account oi Ihe nign ideal of our "It may be that Bro. Hoch is correct, but may it not be that it is due to the fact that it was not "sufficiently advertised?" Sometimes failures are due to this cause alone, storm or no storm.

to keep time. Adams..

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