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SEE OUR LINE OF
Ready made Muslin Underwear, Skirts,
Shirt Waists, Silk Underskirts, Etc.
COMPLETE LINE OF DRESS GOODS
Such as White Goods of all kinds
Mohairs, Serges, Silks, Broad- .
cloth, pretty line of Ginghams.
LITTLE BOY'S SUDDEN DEATH
Sin of Mr. and Mrs. Avery Reed Victim
of Heart Trouble.
Jiha GrH, tb nine ytr old son
' Mr. Aui Mrs. A. II. Hm!, died
- j a j afttTMON March 22. Tb
tic fIU had in very iiliat
tb fr a ) tit being allMUd
i I. heart trouble aid alao
. an at tact ol earlet fever on
i k ago. He bad a lor a bit di-
itioM aitd mmoj are ike frieodi
l o jMpatkio with his ptfeota iit
r bervavmittt. Tke renaioe
re ukeH to l'adutak SaUuAfty
rmag. fmew boiag eon4eted
. Kt. Virgil tUn. IiterweBi
k place a4 lWtwfth cemetorj Seo-i
Heed, mi of
Mr aod Mr. Awry Hood, fonoerlj
! PadMoak, died at Mario, Kr.,
. Friday oftoraooo of heart
- uble. Tke body will arrive in
jurak Utii afiornooi and Ve
' l" iko koMt of kia gra ad Mother,
Mr. P. G. Ueod, f32 North Seventh
rxt, trkoro tke funeral will be
- iiY Mtominj. The iniemeat
! t at ike Oak Groveeemetvrj.
I be bright HtOe lad kad been is
health for eeveral weeks. Mr.
i d if an export mining engineer
"i it h charge ot mine near Stnr
He has been making hia home
Marion. l'adueah Newt Demo-
Hunting Gold and Lions.
Memo. L. K. Harpendiag and C.
ltadelifl were taken over to Oil
1 i camp on Sunday by B. Hop
ik u witli full camping outfit and
't to shirk for themselvo. Whilo
imping tlioy will lio for mountain
i). and if tlio animal ooines within
Me range ho will got tho Kontucky
i t Hut tho king of Hooky Moun-
i. n forosts is woll onto thoso tricks
' tho gun, and it's doubtful if ho
i"ws hiinsolf to bo a uotim. We
h thorn sucaoss, howeor, for do
t caro to moot tho boast jn our
'.bios thru tho hills. Turrott,
! . Gold Holt.
'M'lire abso uto rrtcctiorv irom
and tornadoos from HourlanX A:
M rtt, general insurance agents
Estcy Organ and a
Organ for sale
at Half Price.
HIGH GRADE PIANOS
Soon on exhibition at tin
Marion Music Store,
Proas Mils . Next
to Mnnon Bank
C. R KIENER,
KcprusentatUe of the Famous
We have reduced the price on all our Mattings
Carpets and Rugs. We want to close them out.
(ieorkti Floyd has a new
butcher shop in the Wynn building
on .Main street. Ho has socured the
sorvieo of Herbert Morris, of Marion,
who is an experienced moat
outter, to ran tho shop
Mr. John Montgomery rolurnod
Tnoeday from Marion after a visit
to hi sister, Mrs. J. H. Kevil.
It will be painful to Mrs. Kevil's
joanj friend here to know that she
hai been an invalid several mouths
and that her kealtk is not improing.
Hot. 1J. J. Simpson, colored, of
thu eitj, left last week for Spring-fold,
Mo., to accept the pastorate of
tke C. H. oknrok of that place at a
mmdftowe salary Tke rertrond
SimpeoH is one of tke mot prominent
eolored divines in the South and
has done much for the uplifting of
kit nee. 1'rovideuee Kuterprise.
K. I. S. S. Club.
Satardny afternoon the K. I. S.
5. club met at tke residence of Mi
Madeline Jenkins. After tho guests
were all assembled a beautiful dnet
was rendered by Misses Madeline
Jenlin and Gwendoline Hayue.
After that a "Buster lirown ' contest
was enjoyed by all the prise
being won by Miss
Ieiigklfnl refreshments were then
served, which consisted of orange
toe and cake. The ((ttartette then
sang a very pretty song, which was
appreciated by nil. After making
the appointments for the next meeting,
which was to take place at the
residence of Miss Katie Vatos, the
guests then departod, each saying
they spent a most pleusaut oroniug
Infant Died Sunday Night.
Died at the homo of his parotitis in
Kuttawa, Ky., just altcY midnight,
last Sunday night Charlos William
Hlack, son of Claronoo Black and
I Willie Hlack age eighteen months
and four days. Ho wns a vory bright
lovoablo child and was a groat pet
especially with his
Ho was ick for a numbor of days,
and evory thing was done for the
littlo follow that love and skill could
do, God claimod him as his own.
lie uiotly and peacefully foil asleep
in tho arms of .Jesus. His funeral
was conductod by Hew Olivor at the
omc. A largo company of relatives
aqd frionds wore prosont, and followed
tho romains to tho comotery,
whore amid song and ilowors the precious
littlo body was laid to rest.
Brother aud istor Black have the
sympathy of outiro community in
thoir sore afilicution. May tlioy be
ablo to say, "Tho Lord gave, artd
the Lord hath taken away," "His
will be done. Lyou County Timos.
Tho many frionds here of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarciico Blaok, will read tho
above jrTith much rogrot.
Novelties, Ladies Collars, Belts,
Fans, Umbrellas and Parasols.
With each Dollar paid in wc will give a ticket entitling
the holder to a chance on the JAR OF SILVER.
Mrs. A. S.Ca vender
A Marion Boy's Trip to the West Indies.
K D. Gray, who recently went to
i'orto Hieo to deal in lumber in the
thriving city of i?an .Juan, writes
back to his parents horc the most
intorosting aoeounts of his trip to
the West Indies from New York.
Altho ho shipped the luinbor from
Mobile he was compcllod to go by
rail from New York to take passage.
With orangos grapo fruit, banana
and other tropical fruits hanging
ripe and ready to bo pluokod on
ovcry side and flower growing aud
blooming in profusion, tho tropics
indeed seems to him to bo a paradise
on earth and to sny he is delighted
expresses it but mildly.
R. H. Thomas Announces.
It. H. Thomas, of Shoridan. is a
candidate for Assessor, to fill ou
the unexpired term of r. Anthony
Dfttidjon, subject to the action of
the Republican party. Ho endorsos
prohibition and will make a good
assessor. He is a brothor of mail
oarrier Jas. Thomas, Prof. Chas.
Thomas and Hot. A. H. Thomas, of
A Promised Treat,
The ooncert, which the Choral
Society will give under the
of. Prof. You Tobel, of Henderson,
promises to bo a mot enjoyable
treat. They will oe assistod by a
male uartotte of Henderson, and by
Miss Tommy Lylo Waller, of
who will rondor sovoral
vocal solootions. l'rof. Von Tobol
will play sovoral instrumental
whioh alone will bo worth tho
prico of admission.
Date of will be announced
March 17 Mr. Krnest Tackwoll and
Miss Lillio Boone drove to Row
Paris' and woro uuitod in the holy
bonds of matrimony.
Mr. Tackwoll is the socond son of
M J. Tackwoll, of near Knou, and
is a man oi high character.
Miss Boone is the second daughter
of Mr. Jim Hoonc, of near I'iuoy
Crook. Sho is a beautiful young
lady and numbers her frionds by the
They will mako their future home
near Knou. Their many friends
wish them a long and happy life.
Easter Egg Hunt.
The Missionary Socioty of tho
Methodist church will give an Easter
Egg Hunt for the children at Mr.
II. A. Hayncs' rosidence Saturday,
March 110 at 3 o'clock p. m. Admission
How Jas. F. I'rice, who has been
assisting in a meeting in Southern
Indiana, will return home and preachl
next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
and evening at 7 o'clock at tho
The case of the Commonwealth vs
Ed Butter charged with murder is
sot for Thursday.
Tho case of the Commonwealth vs
Oohn P. Gregory charged with striking
with intent to kill is set for Fri
The case of the Commonwealth vs
Virgil Sisco charged with breaking
house with intent to steal, was tried
last Saturday and he was sontencod
to eighteen months in the
The case of Ladd vs llobl. Boyd
(for damages was tried by a jury and
and vordiot was given in favor of de-
TJig case of 0. Harris vs the I. C.
H. H. was triod by a jury and vordiet
given in favor of plaintitl, to the
amount of $1T0.
Tho case of Cochran & Caker
J. S. Woodall dimissod.
Tho case of Bittic Hrightman
Willie Hrightman divorce
The ease of T. H. Troondle s
Crittondou Coal & Coke Co., is now
on trial. The jury has boon oinpan
Mr. E. H. . Moore, ol Tolu, and
Miss Nottio Mitoholl, of Salem, wen
marriod Wednesday, March 20, 1U07,
at 2 o'clock at tho home of the unit
and immediately loft for Tolu to i
it tho groom brother, Mr. Burma
Miss Mitchell, although not
hero, was well liked I 3
all who knew hor.
Mr. Moore is the son of Mr. EIms
Moore, of this city, aud has many
frionds who oxtund congratulation-.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore will go to
housokooping soon near Tolu.
Golden Wedding Anniversary
The guests from Marion who attended
the fiftieth anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. Hodge, of Princeton,
Monday evening, givo us a glowing
description of the reception. Quite
a largo crowd was present to extend
congratulations. The color schemo
of gold and white was carried out
throughout the liousc, in the beautiful
floral decorations and yellow
candles, which lent a delicate tint
to tho surroundings. The colors
wero also carried out in the delightful
refreshments, which were served
in the dining room. The dining
table was covered by a beautiful
drawnwork center piece with a large
cut glass vaso of bride's roses iu tho
center and cut glass dishes of gold
and white mints.
Mr. and 31 rs. Hodge received a
great many handsome presents, of
almost every thing suitablo to the
occasion, also telegrams and letters
of congratulations wero received.
The Quarterly Conference will be
held Monday eveuing, Apr. 1.
We have a full line
riftmbm 3Recnf ti - pttm
MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 28. 1907. NUMBER 43.
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See Our 98c Counter of Ladies' Trimmed Hats
erials, Battenburg thread and braid, pillow
cords, pillow tops, stamped linen, etc.
A pretty and stylish line of
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You are invited to call
Poisoned Beef Works Havoc.
Leaenworth, Kan., March 2:.
More than 1.000 veterans ot the
National Soldiers Home here, are
suffering from ptomaine poisoning,
the result of eating meat hash for
breakfast this morniug. No deaths
wore reported at a lato hour.
Tho firt symptoms of the trouble
was manifested several hours after
breakfast. Soon the homo hospital
was crowded with sick veteran, and
ambulances were rnshed in irom i!k
barracks with of th m.
stomach disorders Its con-
tinucd use means permanent
injury to health.
.. . . .
tjlollowing the advice oi medical aj
scientists, jcngiana ana r ranee nave ,)vyi
missed laws nrnhihirincr its use "Z
in bread making.
should protect their households
against Alum's wrongs
by always buying pure Grape
Cream of Tartar Baking
q Pure Grape Cream
Tartar Powder is to be
for the asking
Buy by name-
of Embroidery mat
and see our stock J
Walter Burns Moves Again.
Tuesday, on the Joe Fowler, the
household goods of the new barber,
Mr. Walter Burns, arrived and' Mr.
and Mrs. Hums began putting their
rooms in order at once. They have
rooms in the Zenone property. Mr.
Hums is an excellent barber and will
go in with Mr. C. S. Kendall, the
present tonsorial man and they will
fit up one the most up-to-date
simps Sni.t'iTatid has ever had.
in food causes e.
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