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Unloading of Winter goods
Low Prices to Sell Quick!
IT'S MONEY SAVED TO YOU
i frics: For telling the poblic that
a icaa is a uccessfal oitizess whed
irjbodj knows be h lary a- a
Of Ternment mule, I-.70. refernng
to a citizens as one who is
m H'ned by the entire community,
irfca we know he is only raided by
by - poke circle. tlO.13, referring to
m ealatanting female a an estimable
lady whom it is a pleasure to
meet, when every business man in
town would rather see the devil com
ing $3 10; calling an ordinary pulpit
On the farm of K. T. Martin in
Crittenden County, on the Fredonia
and Dycusburg road, one mile south j
of Caldwell Springs church, on
February 20th, 1907. 1
will offer for sale at Public Auction
the following described property:
2 Good work horses, 2 One year old
200 Bushels corn and some
Lay, 1 .Good buggy, 1 Wagon, farming
implements and other things too
numerous to mention.
Tmus ok Sale: All sums of
$5.00 and under cash in hand. All
sump over $5.00 on twelve months
time. Note with approved security
musf be given before 'property is
1 will also offer for rrnt the farm
cf K. T. Martin, on the day of sale,
for the year of 1907.
Outer Millikix R. Y. D. No. 2
L nnr .
HAD BEEN A SUFFERER A YEAR.
was nraay mUi yos and
Jacking baris in MarMR asd vicinity
where tallie MeCnJI the bright
asd iBttrdstiag little dacghteref our
fellow towQmsB, T. J. MoOonnell,
was Vbowb. Whes it boeame generally
knows that tht was dead. The
sews rear hod Marion ia the hape of
a telephone message from her father,
who was hastily summoned to her
bedside Tuesday night, to her brother
Walter McConnell the well-known
barber. The remains reached Marion
on the 3-40 train Wednesday afternoon
and were taken to the family
residence on Carlisle street. The
interment will take place today in the
new cemetery, due notice of which
will be given.
Sarah Jane McConnell was born
poonber an eminent divine, GO cents; Sept. 14th. 1S91 near Iron Hill in
sending a doughy sinner to heaven, tnjs county. She professed religion
15. 00. at an early age at Sugar Grove church
near her old home. The family moved
to Marion three years ago.
One yoar ago she was stricken with
her fatal illnoss and has not been
able to leave the house since. An
abscess formed in her head and necessitated
an operation. She was taken
to the Gilbert Sanitarium, but this
brought only partial and temporary
relief. Her condition gradually getting
worse it was decided by her
physician Dr. W. T. Daughtrey to
call a specialist and last Sunday
week Dr. M. Ravdin, of Evansville,
was here to examine her. He pronounced
her condition precarious,
and held out little hope to her parents.
As a last resort she was taken
to the Gilbert Sanitarium last Thursday.
Her condition was suca on arrival
there that it was necessarry to
defer the operation until Monday. Although
her sister Olive was there her
mother, Mrs. McConnell, could not
resist that mother love which appealed
to her heart to be with her child
You'll Buy if You Look.
Suits, Overcoats, Pants
THE RIGHT KIND
One Lot $15.00 and SIC. 50 Suits for $11.50
" " 12.50 and 14.00 " 10.00
" " 10.00 and 11.00 " " 8.00
" " 7.00 and 8.00 " " 5.50
Good Overcoats to Close
$3, $4, $5, $6 Overcoats
$4.50 to $10.00
when ia distress and accordingly
went to Evansville Sunday afternoon
She stood the operation well and
was thought to hare ohaaee for recov
ery until Tuesday afternoon when she
had sinking spell whioh her physicians
at once reeogaized as a sorieus turn
for the worst. Her father, who had
returned here last Thursday night
with Dr. Daughtrey was notified and
left on the mid-night train Tuesday
night. The deceased is survived by
four sisters, Mis. Fred Lemon of
Skady Grove, Mrs. Florence Handlin
of Texieo New Mexieo, Mrs Olive
Husky and Miss Carrie McConnell
of this city, alse four brothers
Mossers Walter, Clyde, Marion and
Charlie. Mr. and Mrs. MeCounell
tiave the sympathy et .every one.
For it would seem that they are having
more than there chare of trouble
and affliction just at this time.
Bulletin No. six has been issued
by tbe Geological department of the
United 'States government and chap
ter iv by F. Julius Fobs, of this eity,
on the clays of Crittenden aud Livingston
counties, is an exceptional
good article, and will be read with
much Interest by all of our mining
men, especially those interested in
clay deposits. A copy can be obtained
from the U. S. Geological department.
The writings of Julius
Fohs are much sought after by those
who want reliably authority.
If any of my work
has proven unsatisfactory
past three years
please call at my
office at once
i F. W. NUNN
Rooms 3 and 4 Jenkins Bldg
Stock is Open
THEY ARE THE
A 6tt4 Scisil.
3Iiss ha Hickhn closed her school
at Going Springs Jan. 24th, tbe
former half of the day was spent in
regular school werk. The neon heur
was well served with a fine dinner.
The afternoon was well spent in recitations,
dialogues and musie which
was rendered by the pupils, and in
whieh the audienee listened with
groat anxiety. The day elod only
to meet at the reeidenee of Mr. Lri-ter
for an intortainment given in
honor of the closing day and ike
teacher's departure. The entertainment
was well attended and enjoyed
What Jim Hargis Hasa't Dok,
While anxiously waiting for tbe
rope to begin to draw a pen Jim
neck, there are a few things to
keep in view. Hargis has never
sought to put ofi a trial, never evaded
a summons, forfeited a bond or
run away from the State in disguise
or otherwise. He has fought hard
for a trial on the very aeone of his
alleged crime and this is the sura of
his groat offences in tbe eye of his
persecutors of the press. Somerset
J. W. Brasher and others to Mrs.
Sallie D. Brown one lot in Dycusburg
C. B. Hina and wife to C. K.
Weldon lot in Marion $1.00, ect,
R. M. Pogue and wife to T. 0.
Carter land in Crittenden county on
Deer Creek $1050.
K. O. Griffith and wife to R. P.
Griffith 20 acres in Crittenden county
Fate Orr and wife to George Martin
4S acres on Caneyfork creek $S00.
E. A. bummerville and husband to
D. M. Summerville G5 acres near
R. P. Griffith to E. O. Griffith 20
acres near Dycusburg $200.
James R. Bell to H. S. Bennett
land in Tradewatcr 109 acres $1000.
A B. and F. B. Dycus to E, M.
Dalton lots in Dycusburg $450.
Halley H. GuUs to Maude Crider.
J. D. Larenc&to Rufinie Wright,
Geo. ChambJv to JoBie F. Dickens.
Edgar ONeal fDella M. Brasher.
Laync & Lcavell Bros, the
Hopkinsvillc mule men, will
be in Marion next Monday
county court day February
This eoMwnoity i noving etf very
nicely, while you Hoderwtiod lobaooo
has taken a Move.
Chapel Hill eebftl eloeed o lael
Friday, with a rood1 crowd of
to here the speech and dialog,
Hit a good time wae apeal, dinner
wai spread on the oeeaeioe and every-
thing wae earned mi IrmbUt. aJeo
ote good moaic by Alvio RMer
Cow pear. While I am vied to note
that Mim Ida Hill bit Uaghl a
good School and she ia to be hooored
for the sattefoelio he ha give, the
people and children of Chapel Hill.
Also will sy I never heard word
said again! Iwrut teacher litre the
A wnsieai enteruinwoot wtu given
by W. H. RirhaM and davgbter. on
last Saturday night and a large crowd
was present to hear Mr. Alvio Klder
and his Siring Band perform on their
iolins and UuiUrs while Mie Pearl
Hill and Mias
Ruby Bighcui were in
charge ef the organ and every ooe
prof en i engaged in the musie and
Mr. W. V. Ward and fawflv from
Marion, was visiting in Chapol Hill
Saturday and Sunday.
,Mis-5 Stella Hill and Ada Hnch.
were the guest of Miss Ituby Hicham
Missee Willie Clement and Pearl
Hill was home front Marion school
to attood the last day of school at
Miss Nellie Adams and Miss Ruth
Hill, will enter school at Marion noxt
M. G. Jacobs, is itill no hot
ter at thi writing hor condition is
Mrs. Ida Enoch, will leave for
Paducah this week to meet her husband
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You Don't Know What You aro Missing !
When you don't Price our Goods. Our Cut-price Sale is on and all Winter Goods
must sell if Low Prices will sell them. Don't overlook the Bargains.
That Wear GOOD
Men and Women
Boys and Girls
We Save You Money
LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
-- EYAKJVIltE, IKOIAHA
4 SCHOOL WITH A REPUTATION1
T R A THRR I
SI)erittcnkitPre00 HISS SALLIE M'GflHNELL
: : DIES IN EVANSVILLE
s- M. JfcTsKUSS biitor and f ufclisher.
Entered is matter rut xSth. jirs.
u tbe poita&te u Mxrisa. Kr aoder the Ast (
CacrzeM c Much jrd, i!rj.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
gash in AfrftJCI,
Sort rwc&e MiSed......
THURSDAY, FEB. 7. 130
WE MAY ADOPT HIS SCHEDULE
bai "" tBe
.Mr arat pay for tbeni, and
Sbccmds Tiesdaj at Uidiiglt Sooi After
Ai OperatlOB Which was Perioral
At Gilbert's Sa.itarioR
Mud. mud. nothing but mud '
Mr Hillif hrcene has got back to
tbe BlutI again, be ha purchased h
wifee father heme stead from T .1
Mr. A. B. Qhlldre ha had
itrole of paralylie.
liea EUie White has roturaeu
home after vieiUng relative ui
Tildea Childrteo as no better at
l'eanerv Hodge who hat been i t
for o long wai ealltd away laxt Men
doy night, the remain wore laid
reet edoewtar, at the Owen eho
heoM. hia frioMe regret to hoar
Annl Nnrrio Children, who i now
yoa old U UII visit
ng her friends a (ho' she waryeung
the i now netting at Wm. Sincoot
There U tall ol having a Rural
Root thru this part of the ooutitry
Mie Ida Brown and Or Conner
spent Wednesday with ,1. I'
Mr. W. W Walton & talking ot
goiog to Texas goon.
There has been ovqral eld time
dnncet at Jasper Mullinaxc thi
Mies Alma Cunyer is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Throlkold.
Pnole Dannie Uhildross has .re-turned
after an oxtonded visit noar
The school olosud Friday week at
the Child rohH hohool houne with
Morgan toachoi. There wore
nice pieces rocitcd and a good
dinner for all. Everyone had a nice
tinio. A treat was given the pupils
by Hhoir toaohor thoy liked so well;
not only the pupils but all who knew
Laync & Lcavell Bros, the
Hopkinsville mule men will
be in Marion next Monday
county court day, February
LESSONS DY MAIL
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