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Sunday was our regular meeting at
Chapel Hill, and a very nice crowd
assembled to hear Bro. Thomson, it
being the end of the 24th year oi
his preaching at Chapel Hill.
The boys, of Craynevillc, had a
very nice chase last week with their
hounds after what wai supposed to be
a wolf, they chased it for a day or
two, they finely oveitook it and killed
it and it was sure enough a wolf.
Uuele Jefl Yandcll is on the ick
list, and has bceufor eeral weeks.
Mr. Vandell is past seventy years of
age. which marks hiin a one ot our
old land marks of this county.
Messrs Will Ordway, Billy Loyd
and wife and Mike Sutton, from
Craynevillc, attended church last
Sunday at Chapel Hill.
Scott Pari- and wife, of Mid Way,
was the guests of B. F. Walker Sunday
and attended church at Chapel
Miss Ethel Price, of Levias, is
the guest of B, F. Walker and wife,
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Allen, of Oak
Grove, were at church Sunday and
took dinner with Mr. and Mr-. H.
S. Hill. Uncle Ben loves to go to
Harry D. Vaughn, of Crooked
Creek neighborhood, attended church
at the Chapel Sunday.
Miss Nellie Adams was the guest
of Misses Bettie and Bertha Long
Mrs. D. S. Hill and child, visited
Mr, and Mrs. James N. Hill, of
Crayncville, last week.
Watch my advertisement each
week. F S. Stilwell, the dentist,
over Marion Bank.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Young, of
Tribune, was the guests of Mrs.
Young's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
M. Ward Saturday and Sunday.
Wheat in this neighborhood i-looking
well, some fields has the
ground very near hidden.
W. L. Adams aud brother have begun
to remodle their old home place,
they will make their houses two
story high, and build a new kitchen
joining the main building which will
improve the old place very much.
Mr. Adams has a long head on his
shoulders lor looks any how.
F. W. Xunn the dentist in the
Jenkins bldg says "when you waut
a guaranteed job of dental work done,
give him a call."
Watch my advertisement each
week. F s Stilwell, the dentist
Alice Roosvelt's Wedding
was something to be recorded in the
annals of history. Herbine has been
acknowledged the greatest of liver regulators.
A possitive cure for Bilious
headachs, Constipation, Chills and Fevers,
and all liver complaints. J. C.
smith, Little Rock, Ark., writes
"Herbine is the greatest liver medi
cine known. Have used it for years,
It does the work." J. H. Orme.
Klva Hatley and Brina
Brantley was here shopping Friday.
Field Crider in Blackford
Mi-s Vera Summers has the lever.
Joel Pickens, oi Marion, here
Miss Elsie Crider was at Gladstone
Mrs. Madgie and Miss Alpha
Franklin, ot Ro-e Bud, was here
Jim Burton has returned from the
Dr. Harvey Itoberts was in Marion
Mrs. Lee Wyatt is on the sick list.
Ezra Lemon who has been ill with
pneumonia fever is able to be out
Jim Sullivan and Owen Roberts
attended the singing at Rose Bud
J. Brantley says he has invented
a new way of catching owls.
J. 0. Burton was the gueit of
his sister, Mrs. Belle Walker, of
Mrs. Samuel Wolford is danger
Henry has a sick child
John L. Hamcndini: and wife, of
Crittenden Springs are the guests of
his parents this week.
Farmers have been putting in full
time the past week.
Our old Kentucky home looks
pretty spring days.
The wheat crop looks promising.
W. S. Lowery has been on the
list the past week.
We arc truly glad to see our Salem
physician- able to be out again.
Mrs. Mattie Franklin, of Paducah,
is with her mother, Mrs. Wolfoid,
who is very sick.
Mrs. Martha Garnett, of Salem,
vir.ited her sister, Mrs. Wollord, last
E. L. Franklin, oi Paducah, is
the guest of relatives in this section
Died at the of Albert
Childrcp, on the sixteenth of this
month, uncle Davy Childrcps, as he
was familiarly known, was a Chris
tian man and was liked by all. The
remains was buried at the Millikan
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shouldjbe sunshine in the home, and
will be if you give it White's Cream
Vermifuge, the greatest worm medicine
ever offored to suffering humanity.
This remedy is beooming the permanent
fixture of well regulated
mother, with children, can't
get along without a bot;lo of White's
Cream Vermifuge in the house. It is
the purest aud best medicine that
money can buy. Sold by J. H. Orme,
T. Y. Oidway and Audy Lamb
went to St. Louis last week and
bought a car load of mules and
Mis Mac Garner, of Sturgis, was
the truest of lriends here Saturday
John Hughes wcut to Paducah
Saturday returning Sunday.
Miss Lillian Ragsdale, who has
been in the market for sometime
learning the latest has return
ed with the stock for C. B. Loyd's
Mrs. Willis Ray returned to her
home at Kuttawa Saturday after a
vi-it to relatives here.
John and Reginald Rice, who
have been at Daw-on Springs sever-al
days, returned home Wednesday.
G. W. Hill reeehed by freight a
registered Short Horn last Thursday.
He is a fine animal.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Howeiton
Sunday from Louisville and
Cincinnati, where they have been
for several days selecting their
spring millinery and dry goods.
Flour 50 cents per sack.
Bennett A: Son.
Mr-. W. S. Rice returned home
Thuisday liom an extended vi-it to
relatives at Princeton.
Miss Georgia Boaz went to Carr
ille Monday to see her aunt, Mrs.
Marshall, who is seriously ill.
Plow points, hames, traces, back-bands,
collars, pads, bridles, singletrees,
etc. We have a full stock.
Bennett Cv Son.
If your chest pains and you are unable
to sleep because of a cough. Buy
a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup,
and you wont have any cough. Get
a bottle now and that cough will not
last long. A cure for all pulmonary
diseases. Mrs. J. Galveston, Texas.,
writes: "I can't say enough for Ballard's
Horehound Syrup. The relief it
has given me is all that is necessary
for me to say." Sold fcy J. H. Orme.
"Preventics" will promptly check a
cold or the Grippe when taken early or
at the "sneeze stage" Preveritics cure
seated colds as well. Preventics are
little candy cold cure tablets, and Dr.
Shoop, Racine, Wis, will gladly mail
you samples and a book on colds free,
if you will write him. The samples
prove their merit. Check early Colds
with Preventics and stop pneumonia.
Sold in 5c and 2oc boxes by Haynes &
DeWitl's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve undoubtedly
the best rlfelef or Piles. Sold by J H
The weather is looking like spring
and tie farmers have begun to hustle.
Miss May Dyer, of Hampton, was
the guest of Mrs. W. F. Paris last
Herbert Carter and Mrs. Eva
Thrclkcld, both of Levias, attended
our Sunday School here last Sunday
and preaching Sunday night.
0. C. Lasher, of Smithland, editor
of the Livingston Banner," was
here two days last week on business.
Mrs. Lola Watson, of Tolu, was
here visiting Mrs. W. F. Paris last
Mrs. U R. Vaughn, of Blooming
Rose, visited her daughter, Mrs.
James Joidan, two or three days
Jas. Paiker and Cade Gray, of
Salem, were here last Saturday.
R. S. Paris went to Marion last
Sunday returning Monday.
T. N. Johnson was the guest of
S. L. Watson, of near Smithland,
a couple of days last week.
J. T. Bradshaw and family have
moved to W. B. Lasher's farm below
Carrsville, where he will farm
Mrs. Aunic Johnson is on the
sick list with lagrippe.
Pleaching here Sunday night
by Rev. Robert Johnson.
Our Sunday School is still in a
nourishing condition. It seems
that everybody is interested. We
have a large attendance.
T. A. Tyncr, of Tiline. moved
here last week.
School begau here last Monday
with H. D. Milieu at the helm.
W. Hugh Wat-on, of Tolu,
and remember the next time you: suffer
from pain caused by damp weath
er when your head nearly bursts from
neuralgia try Ballard's Snow
ment. It will cure you. A nromine
business man of Hempstead, Texas,
writes; "I have used your liniment,
Previous to using it I was a great sufferer
from Rheumatism and Neuralgia,
1 am pleased to say that now I am free
from these complaints. I am sure I
owe this to your liniment." J. H. Orme
The News No Pure Drug Cough
Cure Laws would be needed, if all
Cough Cures were like Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure is and has been for 20
years. The National Law now requires
that if any poisons enter into a cough
mixture, it must be printed on the label
For this reason mothers, and others,
should insist on having Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure. No poison-marks on Dr.
Shoop's labels and none in the medicine,
else it must by law be on the label,
ynd it's not only safe, but it is
said to be by those that know it best,
a truly remarkable cough remedy.
Take n6 chance, particularly with our
children. Insist on having Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure. Compare carefully the
Dr. Shoop package with others and see.
No poison-marks there! You can always
be on the safe side by demanding Dr.
Shoop's Cough Cure. Simple refuse to
accept any other. Sold by Haynes &
The weather is very fine at present
and we hope it will remain so.
The health of this community is
better at this writing.
There was quite a large attendance
at Sunday school Sunday evening.
S. R. Terrell and family visited in
the White Sulphur neighborhood
Miss Dora Blackburn, who has
been visiting friends in this vicinity
the past two weeks, returned to her
home near Pincy Creek on Saturday.
A. J. Spickard and T. M. Stevenson
went to Fredonia Saturday.
Miss Maggie Spickard and Dora
Blackburn visited at F. M. J. Stone's
T. P. Wilson and J. T. Morgan
went to Fredonia Thursday and hauled
out a load of goods for J. T.
Mrs. Jennie Stevenson, of Rufus,
visited her sister, Mrs. Sallie Stevenson,
Sidney McNeely, of Starr, attended
Sunday School here Sunday.
Fashionable Spring Hats
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All ladies of Marion and vioinity are cordially
invited to visit the new establishment
and inspect the new fashions of
1 907 Spring Hats
Paris Pattern Hats, Beautiful
Up-to-date Hats of all
tions, Colors, Etc.
Moderate prices will astonish the ladies of Marion considering
the elegance and superiority of the goods.
Each lady presenting this advertisement will be allowed 10 per
cent, discount on the first purchase.
Half fare refunded to customers out of town within 20 miles on
every purchase over
No Shop Worn Goods Everything New and Up-to-date
SeveraSyfroin here attended ser
vices at Enon Sunday.
Shell Spickard visited in the
neighborhood Satuiday night
Logan and Elbert Moore attended
church at Enon Sunday night.
Rev. J. T. Board and wife are on
the sick list at present.
Mr. Geo. Smiley, of Cobb, visited
Jake Stevens' family the last of
Miss Lula Harper, of Fredonia,
visited her patents Saturday night
Rev. Davis, of Blackburn, delivered
a good sermon here Sunday, and
a good crowd wa present.
J. X. Ethridge left Thursday to
visit relatives in Tennessee.
Miss Novella Cliff and Iva Moore,
of Flat Rock, attended church heie
Mioses Etta Sullivan, Edna Vinson
and Aggie Taylor took dinner
with the. Misses Vanhosiers Sunday.
Rev. McNeely and T. J. Crider,
of Piney Fork, attended the debate
here Saturday night, our debate was
well attended, every body invited
Miss Ada Riley and Will
of Piney Fork, attended services
Miss Curry Tabor took dinner
with Misses Ethel and Pearl Riley
Eurey Dunning is suffering from
heart failure, he is a frequent visitor
at the Dr's. Hello Eurey did she
push you off of the foot-log? What
caused the trouble. ?
Giles Vinson was all smiles Sunday,
as he escorted his best girl
J. P. Vanhoier and wife visited
her parents near Shady Grove "Saturday
Mrs. Belle Calhert and-Miss-Rufey
Wilson visited .Misses Ethel a,nd,
Pearl Riley Friday night, and called
on Mrs. Claudie Stevenson.
WILL OPEN IN
Saturday March 23
In the Jenkins Building.
YORK MILLINERY STORE,
Kiener, of New
Rear of Marion Bank, Near bostoff ice
Abey Sigler, of Rufus, took dinner
with T. P. Wilson's Saturday.
Walter Wilson is firing the engine
at A. E. Brown's grist mill.
A M. Calhert and wife took dinner
with Mis Ruby Wilson Sunday.
Scott Dunning, of Flat Rock, visited
Clarence Wilson Saturday uight.
Mrs. J. L. Brown visitrd her
daughter, Mrs. A. J. Babb, of Fredonia,
Mrs. Ada Felker and Miss Ethel
Riley visited Mrs. Susie Felker last
Edgar Campbell left Tuesday for
Washington to make his future home.
We wish him success in his new
home and letrret to sec him go.
Ernest Tackwcll had the misfortune
while in Marion last Monday to
get mad dog bit, he left immediately
ior Paducah, it is said, the mad stone
stuck one hour.
Miss Daisy Riley visited at J. P.
Lost and Found
Lost, between 0.30 p, m., yesterday
and noon to-day, a bilious attack, with
nausea and sick headach. This loss
was occasion by finding at J. H. Orme's
drug store a box of Dr. King's New
Life Pills, the guaranteed cure for biliousness,
malaria and jaundice. 25c.
I will on Tuesday, March 26, at
my residence, the Basil Butler farm,
lour miles North of Marion, on Fords
Ferry road, expose to Publis Sale,
the following proporty:
Two horses, three cows and young
calves, one binder, one mower, one
empire wheat drill, one cultivator,
one disc harrow two farm wagons,
one log wagon, one buggy and harness,
plows -and gearing, road scraper,
corn shelter, lot of corn, household
furniture, also one lot meat and
The above property-will -be sold
cm 12 months time, note with approved
security before property is
removed R. H. Buti.br.
York City. -
You Will Want This Save it!
Have you Rheumatism now? Did
you ever have it? Anyhow you may,
or some of your friends may. Better
save this prescription. It comes from
Dr. George Edmund Flood, the well-known
specialist on Rheumatism, which
is sufficient guarantee of its value.
By permission of the doctor we publish
for the benefit of our readers his
prescription for Rheumatism It is as
Fluid Cascara Aromatic, half ounce;
Concentrated Barkola, one ounce;
Flnid Extract Prickly Ash Bark, half
a drachm; Aromatic Elixir, four
Take one teaspoonful after each
meal and before going to bed. Dr.
Flood also strongly advises in connection
with this presciption the drinking
of large quantities of pure water. Any
druggist will fill the prescription at a
nominal cost or you may get the ingredients
and mix at home. 1
Be ery careful of our bowels w lien you Mate
a cold Nearly all other couch sjrups are contti
patine. especiallthose containing opeiates Kennedy's
Laxative Couch Srup moves the bowlej
contains NO opiates Sold bv J 11 Orme.
Quite a number of our people attended
county court Monday,
J. E. Walker, of Iron 'Hill, was hero
Tuesday and bought a young horse
of M. J. McChesney for $140
J. W. Nail, of Clay, was here
Tuesday buying stock.
Ruben Wood, went to Providence,
0. F. Lowery and Robt. Travis,
went to Blackford Wednesday ou
Lige Stevens and Press Baker
went to Iron Hill Saturday. '
S. 0. Ashcr went to Repton Saturday
G. E. Towery is on the improve
at this writing.
Another part on J. M. Simpson's
farm is sinking. He says if his farm
keeps on sinking he will make his
home in China.
For Catarrh, let me send you tree,
just to prove merit, a Trial size Box of
Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Remedy. It is a
snow white, creamy, healing antiseptic
balm that gives instant relief to Catarrh
of the nose and throat. Make, the free,
test and see. Address Dr. Shodp, Racine,
Wis, Large jars 50 cents. Sold
by Haynes & Taylor.