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VOL 28. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 31. 1907. NUMBER 35.
Rslflll nidi" aId Having Purchased the entire stock of merchandise of R. L. Price,
DClllhJ UP I OCllv of Providence, Ky., at a great sacrifice, will offer tremendous
Bargains while it lasts. This stock consists of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Furnishing
Goods and Notions. Come in quick, before the best of the Bargains are gone.
Opera House Block
THE BLOOMER SOCIAL
A DISTINCT SUCCESS
Mr. and Mrs, Percy Noggle Delightfully
Entertain at Their Home Last
Thursday, Jan. 12th.
THE CUNTESTS WERE INTERESTING
On Thursday evening Jan. 17th,
the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Noggle on South Main
was thrown open for the tirst time to
their friends who were invited to a
"Bloomer Social. " The idea was
unique and as the imitations stated
that the would be
with bloomer immediately after their
arrival, there was a llood ot acceptances
received by the host and host-e
. I'rom the crowd that was present
we do not think any of
bidJen declined. Among thoe present
were noted the following-
Mr. and Mr. Gu Taylor
" Bon Andres
' Geo. Gray
II. K. Wood
.). H. Urme
" S M. Jenkins
J no. Wilson
.J. W. Trisler
' Levi Cook
" Jell Clement
' Walter Blackburn
' Frank Dodge
Itobt. Woods, It. F. Dorr,
Carrie Thomas. Mi.-se- l'hoebc
Itoehester and Kva Clement.
Mr. aud Mrs- Noirgle piovcd them
-elves delightful entertainers and had
prepared a business and legal question
contest for the ladies. The men
propounded the Uotions and the
ladies answered them. .Some of the
questions and answer- we give.
What i- the difierence between a
doctor and a minister? A doctor
tills the cemeteries and a minister
Jills the pulpit.
Docs a note draw interest when no
rate is mentioned? Yes, if not specified
not to draw interest.
What is a negotiable note? One
that can be ncgociatcd.
What is the difference between a
contract and a covenant? A contract
is between man and man, a covenant
is between God aud man.
What is the difference between a
mortgage and a lein? A mortgage
is given in exchange lor mpney borrowed;
a lein is given on property as
Which is safer, a mortgage or a
land note? Mortgage.
What is the difierence between a
minister aud a physician? One empties
the pews, the other empties
What is the difference between a
note aud a receipt? A note is what
a girl gets before marriage and a
receipt after marriage.
What is a promissory note? Pilm-
isc to pay one day after date.
After this the ladies (all of whim
wore the bloomers which Mrs. NogiLe
had prepared for them and wore the
gracefully) decided to get even wit
the gentlemen for putting such dif
ficult and abstruse problems to them
by demanding that each one of those
present should write a receipt for
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MARION SALVAGE COMPANY Roy Gilbert, Mgr.
SAD DEATH OF YOUNG
WIFE AND MOTHER
Mrs. A. J. Hartzell Died Saturday Morning
at II O'clock at her Home
Near Repton, Ky.
WELL KNOWN AND BELOVED HERE
Huey Nunii. wile ol A. .). Hartzell,
died Satuiday morning at 11
o'clock at her home near lScptoii, five
mile- from Marion. of puerperal fever,
after a short Her death came
as a great -hock to her family aud
friend, few of whom knew of her
illne . Her aged mother is
greatly over the death of
this, her youngest daughter
Mr-. Hartzell leave- one child, two
old. a little girl, (enririu Duke.
Beside- her ajied mother, who
her, and her husband, -he leaves
four brothers. Dr. Will Nuun, ol
Ilensliaw: ltobt. Nunn, of Marion;
Geo. and .John Nunu. of Sullivan;
and two sisters, Mr-. Noble Boston,
of Marion, and Mrs. .John Ojiiry, f
Sullivan. Her father the late
T. I.. Nunn.
The funeral and interment took
place Monday inortiiiiti at Sullivan,
Itev. W. T. Oakley ofliciating.
Burned to Death.
The child of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Trais, of Livingston
county, burned to death last
Sunday evening from its clothes taking
fire. -Lyon County Time-.
MISS MARY D?RR
A BRIDE TO BE
Cards Received Last Friday Announce the
Wedding to Take Place February
Cards received in the city last week
by friends of the family read as follows:
"Mr. and Mis. Iliehard Buntou Dorr
announce the marriage of their daugh
ter .Mary Stewart to Mr. William 0.
Cox on Thursday, February Seventh
nineteen hundred seven Los
At home after February twentieth
at No. 113S4 West Twenty Fourth
street Los Angeles, California.
Miss Dorr is a lovely girl, she was
born and reared hero but removed
when a child to California with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Dorr.
She visited here two years ago and
won many friends by her winsome
manners and attractive personalty.
The Dress congratulates Mr. Cox,
the groom to be.
Prof. H. J. Von Tobel Has a Class Here
About forty lovers of vocal music
met I 'rot'. Von Tobel, of Henderson,
Tuesday evening to organize the Marian
Choral I'liion. C. S. Nunn was
elected chairman and Fannio Walker
secretary and treasurer.
John A. Moore, F. S. Stilwcll and
Mrs. Thos. Cochran were appointed
as a committee on Constitution and
The Choral I'uiou will meet Tuc,-ay
evening of each week and has
igaged Prof. Von Tobel as instruct-
Ile will come here each Tues-
MRS, TRISLER ENTERTAINS
THE MARION MUSICAL CLUB
Last Satnrday Evening from 2;30 to 4.
The Contests Were Very Unique
IN HONOR OF MRS. J. L. SHRODE
Mr-. Trisler entertained the Marion
Club Satuiday afternoon
from U::;U to 4.
Faeh was giena badge with
tlie color- of the club, blue and gold.
Little Mi-- Dixie Trisler
There were two contests
which were as well as In
and amusinir. Mrs. Shrode
played the piano in one and
Mr-. Trisler in the other. j known and highly connected younsr
Mr-. Fannie Walker and Mr-. S. man. The report- which came were
31. .Jenkins won the prizes. j quite conflicting and equally -en-a-
The and dininu' rooms were , tional and John D. Gregory- friend-beautifully
decorated with blue aud j were loath to believe them. Shoril!
gold, Refreshments were inj.I. I-'. Flanary was notified and he
two course-. First course consisted I went after the accused man who was
of hot chocolate,
of ice cream aud
Among present weie Me:
dame-Tom Coehran, J. L. Shrode, ' to $1000.00. The
Ben Andre-, Joe Walker, K. V. ! and friend-on the advice of his
John WiLon, C- 1'. Nog-! sel decided to demand an immediate (
:1c. S. M. Jenkins and lt.1). trial and the ca-e -el lor net
cr. Mis-e- Florence and Caroline Monday Feb. 4th. The I'm:
Lizzie James, Kittie Gray not been able to get any
and Sallie Woods. from Gregory or
FATAL FIGHT OVER
A WATER HOLE
Prospectors Nearly Perishing Come Upon
the Precious Fluid and Are
Attacked by Owner.
Kl Tex., Jan. :!7. In a
fight for water en the Arizona
one prospector was injured and the
owner of the water hole,- with it.-slender
supply of what in that barren
region i- a priceless fluid, was
William and Lynn De-plain,
brothers, nearly for water
came upon a water hole twenty-five
mile.- from Salome, Ariz. An old
man named J ones had taken
of it and forbade the
filling their keg's. They disregarded
Jone- and ho fired upon them with a
rifle. A fight began and when it was
over Jones dead and William
Desplain was badly wounded.
StegarsBarn Burned Near Princeton.
The dairy barn of W. H. Stegar
was burned by incendiaries during the
early hours Wednesday morning, the
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eluding 'he cattle housed th.orein, being
a total loss. The incendiaries
made good their escape after firing
the barn and left no trace lis to their
identity. No cause is given for the
Mr. Stegar is a brother of James
Stegar whose tobacco warehouse was
burned on the morning of December
1, 11)00 by the masked mob of men
who visited Princeton upon that occasion
and at the same time burned
the warehouse of .). (J. Orr. Lyon
ARRESTED AND CHARGED
WITH A SERIOUS OFFENSE
John D. Gregory Brought Here Friday
Morning from Dycusburg and
Lodged in Jail
STOUTLY PROCLAIMS HIS INNOCENCE
night when the newn telephoned
here that .John D. Gregory ex-marshal
of Dycusburir a former
and at one time niirht watchman
here, from among a large li-of
applicant- to guard the cit at
niirht from all evil doer-, hail made
:iu on the of the Dycu
j burg Bank Kdgie Gregory, a well
"brought here aud lodge in jail Friday
morning in default of bail which
fixed at by Judge
Biackbuin. later the amount of bail
was reduced to l'000. 00 and -till later
Gregory and in view ol the
proximity of the day of trial will a-wait
the evidence and the
full detail- next week a- brought nut
at the trial.
Gregory received several,
painful cuts on the head but will be I
able to appear next Monday at the I
trial. No ca-e in many years ha.- o
cited -o much in Crittenden
county Mr. Gregory the banker i- a
nephew of Mr-. ISaiidolph Finlcv ol
this city and Geo. and Sam aee of
Mrs. Robert Crow Dies,
On Saturday at 1) p. m., Mr- Dallas
Crow died of consumption 'at her
home in Fredonia alter ail of
several mouth-. She about twenty-two
years of age and before her
marriage to Itobcrt Crow a Mis-Ward.
She leave- be-ides her hu '
baud and other relative.-; one child
a little girl about four year- of ago. .
The funeral service- were held at the
Baptist church Sunday at two o clock
p. in., by Ke. M. K. Miller and was
attended by man v friend- ol the de-,
ceased; the remains were then inter
red in the new cemeterv at Fredonia. ,
"Lon" Can't Miss a Show.
Alonzo Johnson, of Morgantield,
who depot ajreut at .Marion tor
tiirec year, came over .Mmidav mirlit
to attend the -how, "Hooligan s
Trouble-," at the Opera Houe. Lon!
certainly enjoys a show and can get!
as much real enjoyment out of one I
as anyone, lie lctt lor Ills home m
Morgantield Tuesday morning and
the smile he wore was of the variety
that "won't wash off."
Fred Brautly to Miss Laura L.
Kerby Bradford to Miss Vergy L.
River Almost on Stand and Men Whp Have
Fought to Save the City Join
THEY MEET IN A GROCERY STORE
(By Mayor Kratz, over long-di-tame
telephone at 10 a. m., Sundav. )
Shawnoetown, 111. Jan. 17. -
With hearts full ol gratitude, -overall
hundred weary men congregated in
the gro.'ery owned by
here evening and return-1
ed thank- for the deliverance ol the
city 1'i'jin by the flood.
The meeting led by the
the city all of whom hac remained
here during the trying time
the water threatened the levee, work.
ing a- faithfully a- anyone to -au
the city. For thirty minute- -1 "it
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bLunnnn uisuiucia na j(
tinued use means
injury to health.
Following the advice of medical
scientists, England and France have
passed laws prohibiting its use
in bread making.
should protect their house
holds against Alum's
by always buying pure Grape
Cream of Tartar Baking
C Pure Grape Cream
Tartar Powder is to be
for the asking
Buy by name
.in1 i i - 'i ii Mr. tl
iii.nn ' ' '
workei .u.u it h
teii'lnii! over t.ic i
is now mi it and the levee -,ii.
Kvery man in the audince weir,
and care-worn alter two week- of
vigil but w.'l b:i i
head- cery man in tin-
in returning thank- ana -liming
"Lead Kmdh Lmht an i
"Uock of Age-."
The cause of the i-
Fur the time in ten mu
i a ured tou.i tli.it the
levee will tin i r. .me- ol
the Ohio and that all d.ni' .- pr.t
lie.illy oer. Only a l.e.i v i.ak
a multiplicity of -mail ' mill.'
can !iiu i i i
valuation of the town ; in-i ni'ie'.
Died in the West.
We-ley Clinton died t Adiu
in hi- -Oth e.ir. n the 1 I
iut. He m.irrii'd .i -i-ter of Cii
Stone, ol city, and ! Hon. '
.1. Stone, of Kuttaw i lh' mi..' i
oer 'M ear- ao ":! I . tm
week- a- li'
in food causes v
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