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Sljc Crtttendm JJress
M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher.
Kntereil as second-clan matter June i6th.
at the postothce at Marion. K . under the Act of
ConrrKs at March 3rd,
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per must pay for them, and
s.tublUhed the follow ins:
pice?: For tolling the public that i
i Lnti Unsuccessful eitioris when j a
yoody knows lie U la.y a a
r. mule, 2.70. releningj
to aece.iod citi.uii a- one who is
m i u ned by the entire eoiuinunity,
w we know he i only mUed b) on
by poke circle. S-1 0. i:S . referring to
on iralav.tnting female a an
lady whom it is a pleasure to
mttt when every business man in
town would rather sec the devil cornier
S3 10, calling an ordinary pulpit .
pounber an eminent divine. t!0 cents;
sending a doughy sinner to heaven,
On the farm of K. T. Martin in
Crittenden County, on the Frcdouia
and Dycusburg road, one mile south
of Csldwell Springs church, on
February 20th, 1007. I
will offer for sale at Public Auction
the following described property:
2 Good work horses, 2 One year old
200 Bushels corn and some
ha-o. Good buirtrv. 1 Wacon. farm-
ing implements and other things too
numerous to mention.
Tdrmb ok Sai.k: All sums of
$5.00 and under cash in hand. All
suinf over $5.00 on twelve months
tiint. Noto with approved security
rousf be given before property is
1 will also offer for rent the farm
of K. T. Martin, on the day of sale,
for the year of 1907.
OUTXR Mii.likik K. F. D. No. 2
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when in distress and accordingly
weut to Evansville Sunday afternoon
to be there when the operation was
She stood the operation well and
was thought to have chance for recovery
until Tuesday afternoon wheushe
had sinking spell which her physicians
at recognized as a serious turn
for the worst. Her lather, 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
Shady Groo, Mrs. Florence Handlin
of Texico New Mexico, Mrs Olive
Husky and Miss Carrie McConnell
of this city, also four brothels
Messers Walter, Clyde, Marion and
Charlie. Mr. and Mrs. McConnell
liae the sympathy of .every one.
Fot it would seem that they are having
more than there share of trouble
and affliction just at tins time.
I Juliet in No. six has been issued
by the Geological department of the
United 'States government aud chap
ter iv by F. Julius Fobs, of this city,
on the clays of Crittenden aud
counties, is an exceptional
nod and will br 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 writiugs of Julius
Fobs are much sought after by those
who want reliably authority.
2 If any of my work 2
S has proven 2
factory during the
2 past three years 2
2 please call at my 2
2 office at once 2
2 Very respectfully, 2
j F. W. NUNN
2 Office 2
2 Booms 3 and 4 Jenkins Bldg, J
MARION, KY. I
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Stock is Open
THEY ARE THE
A Good School.
Miss Iva Hicklin closed her school
at Going Springs Jan. 24th, the
former half of the day was spent in
regular school work. The noon hour
was well served with a fine ditiuer.
The afternoon was well spent in recitations,
dialogues and music which
was rendered by the pupils, and in
which the audience listenod with
great anxiety. The day closed only
to meet at the residence of Mr.
for an intcrtainment given in
honor of the closing day and the
teacher's departure. The entertainment
was well attended and enjoyed
What Jim Hargis Hasn't Done,
While anxiously waiting for the
rope to begin to draw upon Jim
neck, there are a few things to
keep in view. Hargis has never
sought to put off a trial; never evaded
a summons, forfeited a bond or
ruu away from the State in disguise
or otherwise. He has fought hard
for a trial on the very scene of his
alleged crimes and this is the sum of
his great offences in the eye of his
persecutors of the press. Somerset
J. W. Brasher and others to Mrs.
Sallie D. Brown one lot in Dycus-burg
C. B. Hina and wife to C. K.
Weldon lot in Marion 1.00, cct.
It. M. Pogue and wife to T.JC.
Carter land in Crittenden count on
Deer Creek 1050.
E. 0. Griffith and wife to R. P.
Griffith 20 acres in Crittendetycounty
Fate Orr and wife to George Martin
48 acres on Cancyfork creek $800.
E. A. bummorville ami husband to
D. M. Summervillc 05 acres near
R. P. Grimth to E. 0. Griffith 20
acres near Dycusburt $200.
James It. Bell to H. S. Bennett
land in Tradewater 109 acres $1000.
A. B. and F. B. Dycus to E, M.
Dalton lots in Dycusburg $450.
Hallcy H. Guess to Maude Crider.
J. D. Larenco to Rufinie Wright.
Geo. Chambers to Josio F. Dickens.
Edgar ONeal i Delia M. Brasher.
You Don't Know What You are 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.
Unloading of Winter goods You'll Buy if You Look. Winter Shoes!
Low Prices to Sell Quick!
IT'S MONEY SAVED TO YOU
That Wear GOOD
Men and Women
Boys and Girls
We Save You Money
MISS SALLIE M'GONNELL
DIES IN EVANSVILLE
Succumbs Tuesday at Midnight Soon After
An Operation Which was Performed
At Gilbert's Sanitarium
HAD BEEN A SUFFERER A YEAR.
Theie wa many moUt eye and
aching hearts in Marion and iciuity
where bailie McComiell the bright
and interest!))!: little daughter of our
fellow townsman. T. .1. MoConnell,
wa known. When it became general!
known that he was dead. The
news reached Marion in the hapo of
telephone from her father,
who wa hastily summoned to her
beiUide Tuesday night, to her brother
Walter MeUonnell the well-known
barber. The remain-reached Marion
the V, 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 gnen.
'sjirah Jmre MvCumiuU was born
Sept. 14th, 1S01 near Irou Hill in
this county. She professed religion
at an early age at Sugar Grove church
near her old homo. The family moved
to Marion three years ago.
One year ago -he was stricken with
her fatal illness and has not been
able to leave the house since. Ah
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 coudition 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 auch on arrival
there that it was necessarry to
defer the operation until Monday. Although
her sister Olive was them her
mother, Mrs. McConnell, could not
resist that mother love which appealed
to her heart to be with her ohild
Suits, Overcoats, Pants
THE RIGHT KIND
One Lot $15.00 and $16.50 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
Layne & Leavell Bros, the
Hopkinsville mule men, will
be in Marion next Monday
county court day February
This community is moving oft very
nicely, while you understand tobacco
has taken a move.
Chapel Hill school clocd on last
Friday, with a good crowd of visitors
to here the speeches; and dialogues,
tiuite a good time was spent, dinner
was spread on the occasion and everything
was carried on pleasantly, also
some good music by Alvic Elder it
Company. While I am glad to note
that Miss Ida Hill Ins taught us a
good School and she is to be honored
for the satisfaction she has given the
people and children of Chapel Hill.
Also will say I never heard a word
said against her as a teacher thru the
A musical entertainment was given
by W. H. Bighain aud daughter, on
last Saturday night and a large crowd
was present to hear Mr. Alvie Elder
ard his String Hand perform on their
Violins aud Guitars while Miss Pearl
Kill and Miss Ruby Bighaw were in
:hjigc of the organ Suit every one
present eugaged in the music and
Mr. W. W. Ward and family from
Marion, was visiting in Chapel Hill
Saturday and Sunday.
Misses Stella Hill and Ada Hugh,
were the guest of Miss Ruby Bigham
Misses Willie Clement and Pearl
Hill was home from Marion school
to attend the last day of sohool at
Miss Nellie Adams and Miss Ruth
Hill, will enter school at Marion next
M. G. Jacobs, is still no better
at this writing her condition is
Mrs. Ida Enoch, will leave for
Paducah this week to meet her husband
LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
ti r EVAK3VILLE, INDIANA
"A 8CHOOL WITH A REPUTATION"
Mud, mud, nothing but mud!
Mr. Billie Shrecnc has got back to
the Bluff again, he has purchased his
wifes fathers home stead from T. ).
Mr. A. B. Childress has had a
stroke of paralytic.
.Miss Elsie White has returned
home after isiting rclathcs aud
Tilden is no better at
Puincrv Hodge who has been sick
for so long was called away last Monday
night, the remains were laid to
est Wednesday, at the Owca school
house, his friends regret to hear of
Aunt Narrie Childress, who is now
eighty-seven years old is still visiting
her friends as tho' she was young,
she is now visiting at Wm. Siscoes.
There is talk of having a Rural
Rout thru this part of the country.
Missc? Ida Brown and Ora Couyer
spent Wednesday with J. F.
Mrs. W. W Watson is talking of
going to Texas soon. .
There has been several old time
dances at Jasper Mullinaxes this
Miss Alma Conycr is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Threlkeld.
Uncle Dannie Childress has returned
after an extended visit near
The school closed Friday week at
the Childress school house with
Morgan teacher. There wore several
nice pieces recited and a good
dinner for all. Everyone had a nice
time. A treat was given the pupils
by sheir teacher they liked so well;
not only the pupils but all who knew
Layne & Leavell Bros, the
Hopkinsville mule men will
be in Marion next Monday
county court day, February
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