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Our New Spring and Summer Stock !
S. M. JENKINS Editor ond Publisher.
GEO. M GRIDER. Associate Editor.
file rrt a matter June :5th
at tne roMiUice at Marion, K-. umler the Act ol
Ccs " of March jrJ.
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Keep in Touch
We Can Suit
You in Price
"Why that is all that is coming
to you upon completion.'
"Vou have all that i- coming to
you. The house is done.
Lucien Garr Dead,
Lucieu D. Carr, the well known
drummer, who has visited the gents
furnishing trade of Marion for many
years, dropped dead at
Sunday night after having spent
the day with friends at Edgoteu, Ky.
His home was at 1'iinceton, Ky., and
he was a bachelor, ."2 years old and
a on of Dr. Carr, a mau
of Caldwell county. He was in this
city iu his usual health. The supposed
cause of his death was apoplexy.
Mr. Carr was a Scottish Bite
Mason and a Knight Templar aud
was promineut in other orders. His
body was buried at Princeton Tuesday.
The ol the Methodist church
will preach lies'. Sunday at 11 a. m.
on the Physical Cause of tho Death
There were lb"4 in the Sunday
School at the Methodist church last
Sunday. Fine congregations, both
niornitiir aud evening, at preachiug
services. The evening services were
devoted to the children
and was au excellent service. Two
addition- to the church.
Society of Equity
Report of Crittenden county union
of the American Society of Equity.
A. F, Wolf, Iron Hill, Crittenden
county, Ky., President. II. X.
Lamb, Iron Hill, vice president;
W. E. Smith, Repton. secretary; A.
L. Lucus, Mattoon, treasurer; J. K.
Smith, Repton, county organizer for
Crittenden county. County uuiou
of the A. S. of E. meets county
court day in April at oue o'clock.
.Marion local A. S. of E. meets
next on county court day in April
at ten o'clock.
A. F. Wolf, pies.
W. E. Smith, treas.
FOR SALE OR RENT
On Ciooked Creek 2 mile- north
of Marion known as John Moore
place K!4 acres well watered 40 acres
in timber, two sets of buildings, and
small orchard apply for terms to B.
F. Walker or Mary R. Moore.
Card of Thanks.
I want to express my heartfelt
thanks to my many friends who so
kindly stood by me duriug my dear
husbands illness and death. May
God's richest blessings ever rest upon
them. Lr.ziK Simpson.
We are showing the Best and Cheapest Line of
WILL CLARK HONORED
At Padueah, Ky., last week the
Woodmen of the orld established a
Head Camp,!' for the State of Ken-tuck).
Kentucky having some 8000
members in this state entitled the
W. 0. W. to a Head Camp. There
was appointed by this Head Camp
'U" as a committee on Laws and
Attorney Judge Cro-s,
Police Judge of Puducah; Attorney
Page of Louisville; Attorney Mason
of Hartford. Ky. and W. H. Clark
of Mariou. The Head Camp "U"
honored W. II, Clark, and paid bun
a very high compliment by electing
him as Chairman of the Committee
on Laws aud Constitution for the
Head Camp U.
Tornadoes and windstorms are
likely to occur at any season of the
year, but more especially in the
spring. The savings of a lifetime
may be swept away at any moment.
Vou secure absolute protection at a
small cost from Bourland & Haynes.
J. Wesley Lamb has an incubator
for sale. He wants to buy a larger
one, will take lc than cost for the
1 will on Wednesday, Mar. 27 at
my late residence, one mile from
View, on Clayliek creek, expose to
Public Sale, to the highest and best
bidder, the following property:
Household furniture, farming implements,
corn harvesters, cultivators,
mowers, rakes, plows, wagons, gears
nine head horses and mules, cows and
calves, o sows, S pit's, 20 head feeder
hogs, thin rind stock, hay, corn,
Terms made known on day of sale.
D. X. Rii.kv.
EXPERT PIANO TUNING
My work consists of action and
tone regulating, ivory keys
cleaned and polished and re-stringing
of pianos. This work
I guarantee, and do same in your
A. G. HOPKINS,
Telephone 279 McConnell House
Easter Egg Hunt.
The Missionary Society of the
Methodist church will give an Easter
.Egg Hunt for the children at Mr.
II. A. Hayne.s' residence Saturday,
March 150 at '6 o'clock p. m. Admission
Died In Washington.
Mrs. Maryann Pickens diet! at her
home Feb. 21, li07. aged OS years.
She born near Marion, Ky. She
was married 32 years ago to Prince
Pickens and is the mother of sixteen
eluldreu, nine of whom are dead.
She joined the Free Will Baptist
church 2S years ago aud has lived a
consistent christian life. She came
here two years ago. The funeral was
held at the home, conducted by Rev.
J. D. Pettigrew. She was beloved
by all at her former home and also
since coming to this place The Yakima
Torenioea courIi. Get at the cold which
caues the couch There is nothlnc so cood a
Kenntd's Laxative Couch Sjnip bold by ii
In the matter of J. Frank Cbnsrer
bankrupt. To the creditors of J.
Frank Conger, of Marion, in the
county of Crittenden and district
aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on the
12th day of March A. 1).. 1!07, the
said J. Frank Conger was adjudicated
a bankrupt, aud that the first
meeting of his creditors will be held
at the office of the county olerk in
Marion, Ky., on the 2nd day of
April, A. D., 11)07, at 10 oolock in
the rorrnoou, at which time tho said
creditors may intend, prive thsir
claims, appoint a trustee, examine
the Bankrupt, and transact sutth
otlur business a? may properly come
before the meeting. J. I. Lank,
Referee in Uankrup.tey.
Special Interest to Teachers.
If you wish to prepare
yourself for better teaching
or for examination, you can
not do better than to attend
the Normal Term. Begins
MONDAY, MAY 13th.
Our motto: "The most and
best work in the shortest
Tuition $1.00 a week.
James F. Price,
To be found in the county. Our goods are right.
Our Prices. are Right.
WE CAN SATISFY ALL. WATCH US !
We have the Greatest Stock of All !
rHl'KSDAY, MARCH 21, 1H07.
2 Bits of By-Play. 2
Who does nut know Hob Hughe 7
A li;e- oil the hill and hi- laugh
e' k - the court house.
Tl 'fork lit on I.ob's chimney
nor ln.r ago and Hob thought the
it ' 'i tby the only one in Critton-
" ".tuy. Hob sat very iiiiet and
allied very intently to the
ion-of the learned doctor. Various
rvere dneotiona and in-
oludfd a -y stein of diet out of the
for the young mother.
The doctor to go. He reached
the front gate, but was hailed by
Bob who rushed out
Well. Hob, what is it?" said
the ood uaturcd doctor.
"Oh doctor, do you leckon it will
hint the baby for me to eat cab-bane
Crittenden county has one iatiuer
The amount of
who i a wonder.
transacted by him and the
amount of cash that passes through
his hands each year is something
amazing. Last year this mau sold
nearly 1000 hogs at au average of
$10 per head. This year his ambition
is to market 1000 or more.
He rarely has sick hogs on hi- farms.
Cholera is unknown. He buy- all
the tallow that comes to his town and
make a soap out of concentrated
I lye and tallow. This he pours in
the trough and his hogs arc not sick
and arc never bothered with lice or
cholera. He says that to buy forty
cent corn aud feed 'to six cent hogs
is easy money, almost like taking
candy from the baby. He has been
known to deliver in ten days $11000
worth of cattlo and hogs. There is
stored on his farms 7000 bushels of
corn, and not an ear for sale. The
initials of this inau's name is Billy
Barnctt, of Tolu, Ky.
Blaekhawk has lost his mule.
Now he has a complaint. He says
he paid Mi Trai- ?7 tor mule
and fed him four bale- ol hay, tour
of corn and four hundred
pounds of brau. Now it i- all gone,
mule, hay. corn, biau aud the four
tow he together lo- a
mule blanket all gone aud he is
beiug importuued by some of his
neighbor.- to "haul that mule oft."
Last Monday night the mule got
out of the stable and Blaekhawk was
almost certain that his mulcship
could uot get away at all, so he did
not get up. The mule waudered on
down to the creek where he fell iu
and peiished Black-hawk
teels somewhat depondcnt and
talks very oi his inability
to a crop this sea-on. He
has a small mare and this mule finished
out his team splendidly. If
anybody ha- a seven dollar mule for
they can do business as soon as
they can get iu communication with
Joe Bourland says he ha- now gotten
about even with the world. Ho
owes about as many folks a- there
are folks that ows him.
Being "(juick on trigger" and
working with a snappy slap dash
.-wing is not without its advantages.
Mai ion Clark builds while
vou wait. A man told him ol
near :hady Groo who warned to
move to Marion aud jasked the
when could Marion finish a house
for him to move iuto. Marion sent
the lellow woid to "come ou, it will
be done when you get here.' Henry
Hane- contracted with Marion
tor a house. Building operations
began Mouday morning. Marion
had instructions to telephone the
spar mill for what money he would
need Saturday. He telephoned tor
s31.". The reply eame over the wire,
LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
- EVANSVILLE, INDIANk
"A SCHOOL WITH A REPUTATION"
The largest wrecker ou the entire
Illinois Central system has arrived
at Padueah and will be put iu
between Padueah aid Louisville and
Naslnilleand Evansville. The giant
wrecker will be stationed at Princeton,
as that point is the most centrally
located. It will be in
of Capt. Fini- Fields, of
who has been in charge of
the Padueah wrecker for several
years Padueah Xews Democrat.
"It Didn't Hurt a Hit"
THE NEW WAV
FREDERICK S, STILWELL,
Over Marion Bank Building
Ail Work Thoroughly
"We live in deeds, not years; iu
thoughts, not breaths.
In feelings, not in figures ou a dial.
We should count time by heartthrobs:
He most lives
Who thinks most, feels the noblest,
acts tho best."
" I A1I I CpL
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