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The Swellest Suits of
the Season are Here!
Single and double breasted
for men and bos in the new
gray mixtures or in blacks,
blues or broken checks and
Our Spring Clothing
will certainly be a feast for
the man or boy who wishes
style and durability at moderate
Suits from $4.00
S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher.
GEO. M. CRIDER, Associate Editor.
Entered as second-class matter Joae i4h. iSr.
at the postottce at Marian. Ky.. under the Act o(
Congress of March 3rd. i979.
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THURSDAY, .MARCH 21, 1907
We are authorized to announce
R. H. THOMAS
a candidate for Assessor, to fill out the
unexpired term of J. Anthony Davidson,
subject to the action of the Republican
party. He endorses the local
Divergency of opinions by insanity
experts leads one to doubt whethor
half of them are sane.
These are gloomy days for the man
who looks forward to paying two
ten-spots for his wife s Kaster iTinnet
and about two bits for his Kastor
A writer in a womrn's
wants to know why men woar suspenders.
For one roason, booauso
they do not understand the gontlo
art of making one pin hold up and
together some seven or nine yards of
A Missouri woman is ery angry
with her home paper because in
writing up her husband's death, the
editor said: "He has gone to a happier
home." This creates doubt as
to whero she thinks the defeased
really went. Either place might be
This is the season of tho year
when a man (who complaine about
tho work of keeping a lawn the 6ize
of a postage stamp in good condition
in auininer) imagines that he would
make a first class manager of a farm
of 320 acres.
Have you seen our new
Spring Suits C oats long,
wide lapels, shapely shoulders,
wide trousers with all
the late kinks in the cut and
tailoring? If you have not
seen them you're missing
Kentucky i ... rapidly troint;
'tiry that after a while a man will
need a military reconl to be entitled
to the rank of "Colonel.'
The government will goon issue a
John Smith postage stamp, and the
ontire Smith family will no doubt got
busy with its correspondence.
Congress used up 9,000,000 words
in appropriating about $1,000,000,-000
during the short session just
ouded. This being a fiaetion more
than $41 a word, gives us an idea of
what our statesmen cost us.
TIs Light On High.
iiv O. G. W.
As when the valleys all in shadow Ho,
And shadowy shapes of fear still
haunt the night,
Some mountain poak reflocts the
And waiting lips broak forth with
' joyful cry
For gladnosa that at last tho day is
So whan some soul, that towers
afar, is bright,
The souls that sit in shadow at the
Grow suddon glad to know 'tis light
on high I
And whon those mountain-towering
men can say,
"We soe, though it be hidden, from
We believe in better things to be I
So, through the shadows still obscure
We sec the light, rofloctod from
That crowns thy brows, O Man of
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank the good people
of Marion for their great kindness
during the Mckness and doath of our
darling boy, John.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Reed.
Tornadoes and windstorms are
likely to occur at any season of the
year, but more especially in tho
spring. The savings of a lifetime
may be swept away at any moment.
You socurc absolute protection at a
small cost from Rourland &Haynos.
FOR SALb OR RENT
On Crooked Crook 2 milos north
wost of Marion known as John Moore
place 1B4 acros well watered 40 acres
in timber, two sets of buildings, and
small orchard apply for terms to B.
F. Walker or Mary R. Moore.
Spring and Summer!
SPECIAL SHOWING OF
NEW DRESS GOODS!
Wool Goods ! Wash Goods !
Linens for those Stylish Suits that
.... arc so popular with Ladies ....
White Organdies Batistes and French Lawns,
Silks and Novelties, Novelty Laces
Allovers and Fancy Trimmings
Greatest Values of the Day !
Newest styles you'll find. Get our best styles
and you'll be satisfied with your dress.
Sec Our Great Furnishing Department!
Carpets, Druggets, Rugs, Mattings, Lacje Curtains.
Mrs. J H. Shuttlfaworth, .f
I'nioutown, is isiting her nteT.
Mrs. Dr. Daughtrey.
Mrs. T. J. Lear who has been
Tilting in our eity Saturday,
route to her home in Tolti.
Mrs. Kittie Xann, of Rep ton.
vi:ytd her daughter, Mrs. J. X.
Boston, last week.
Mie Ruth Cook, of Hebron, who
is attending tbe Marios High School,
went home Friday to visit Iter parent
At the Bazaar Friday iit,ht ices
mid oake will bo served. The young
folks ro all exputed.
Mrs. R. L. Oraie will return from
Florida Monday and will be the
guest of her sUter, Mrs. H. K.
J. B. Simpson, of Salem, was here
Tuosday onroute home fwm the
Ka.-torn Markets. Ho purchased a
Mrs. J. W. Blue and children,
who have boeu sojourning in De-land,
Fla. fer foveral wocks past, are
oxpooted home in a few
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jenkins went
to Kvansville Thursday to set Miss
Maude Fealy, of Donver, Colo., in
"Tho Illusions of Beatrice "
Q. M. Conyor is up and able to
attend to his multitudinous duties as
landlord of tho Hotol Critteaden and
Now Marion Hotol, aftor a wook's
confinement in bud with a
attack of typhoid fever.
S. B. iluntor, the oaphalist of
St Louis, was in tho city Friday to
visit his sistor Mrs. H. J. 1 1 ay ward
and little nephew, Kdward who has
been uite ill and also to visit his
neice Miss Margaret Rebecca Mooro.
Mrs. Lucy Jane Elgin, mother of
Rev. Virgil Elgin, of this city, died
at Iior home in Hopkinsvillc Tuesday
and was buried Wednosday afternoon
at three o'clock. Rev. Elgin was at
her bedside when she passed away.
Elder J. S. Rowc, of Marion,
his appointment at the Christian
church Sunday. Bro. Rowc about
the first of April will remove his
family to Sturgis to reside permanently.
He is a clever gcntloman
and wc join hosts of others in bidding
them a welcome. Sturgis News
Cophcr the up to date grocer has
installed a cold drink stand in the
front of his store, whore coca-cola,
gingeralc, lemonado and other soft
drinks can be obtaiucd. He has an
ioe box in this department, which
insures delightful and refreshing
bovorages at all times.
Dr. Phillips, of Dycusburg, was
in the city Monday.
Owen Boat, of Dyeusburg, was in
'A. A. Bennett left Tuesday for
.1. K. Crider, Jr., ef Fredonia,
was in the city Monday.
P. S. Maxwell retarsed Monday
W. B. WiUorn, of Fords Ferry,
was in town Monday.
Rob't. Boyd,of Salem, was here
Tuesday on legal business.
Fruit punch will bo wrvod at tho
Bazaar Friday evoning from 7 to- 11.
Mr. John Harry Tonkin was tho
guest of tho Hotol Crittenden Tuesday.
Jno. H. Tonkin, of Wrilkosiarre,
Pa., was in tho oily a fow days this
I'rof. V. G. Kee spont Saturday
and Sunday at his home in Riploy,
Dr. C. G. Morcland, of Ford
Ferry, was in town Monday onroute
Mrs. Wm. Morgan, of Crayncville,
was in the city shopping Monday.
Miss Georgia Bdaz, of Frcdooia,
was the guost of lriends in this eity
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Farns'of Salom
was it town Tuosday onrouto homo
Mrs. A. A. Deboe and Mrs. Kliia
Deboe were the guests of relativos at
Crayneville the first of the week.
Raymond Fox, of View, was bero
last week. He has just returned
from Memphis where he attended tho
Rev. and Mrs. Virgil Klgin attended
tho golden wodding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. S. Hodge, of
The Third Quarterly meeting will
be held at the Methodist churoh
March 30 and 31. Rev. Lewis will
be presont to pioach morning and
evening. Evory one cordially invited.
Warren McConnoll, of Uniontown,
was in the city Monday enroute homo
aftor a visit to his brother, Hugh
McConnoll. He came to say good
bye to his relatives before his departure
for Oklahoma City, Okla.,
where he will locate in the noar
You Need Goods
We have them
We save you
We suit you
Always in the lead
Ladies' and Children's
' and Oxfords
In all kinds of leathers
Buy the Best Here
Prices the Lowest
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packet and cot r librnl otter t
7HK BtlOKtJYil ClKMK'AL IV.
Iga, Ohio, Dtpt :t.
Fr. Vernon Fox, of Vie .
to instruct tike euior ela id
Anatomy m the Honpiul College, of
Medicine at louirille bt weel.
There i an important appointment
the candidate will appear before
the tAte Board for eami nation woo,
probably next montk
The ladies of tbe l'reeb) teriao
(Cniwerriand) Church of America
will give a bazaar at the New Marion
Hotel next Friday night (to-morrow)
March SDth, and they renewt erery
one needing bonnou, apron aad
other necessaries ac wall as fancy articles,
to call and co their display
which will be tbe btm tioy hare
A New Globe Free.
To eneoHrnge prompt payments f
light Wills, a prenent of a H'. tandl.
power lamp will be given to raeh
patron who settles hi light bill to
date, by or before Saturday
30th. March receipts are now ready
at our office.
Marion Electric Liohtiv; In: Co.
For Sale ir Rent,
A throe room house on Poplar
streot. Cistern, garden, coal mid
wood house. Clarkxck Stkmikns.
Excursion rates for the
Jamestown Exposition is as
Season ticket $31.00
60 day ticket 28.75
15 day ticket 23.60
For the round trip. Tickets
on sale April 19 to Nov. 30.
W. L. Venner, Agt.
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