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Jlrs. Belle Andrews and son Oms
'And Wilson, who went to Washington
about three years ago have returned
ire arc glad to have them back.
V. C. Crayne, of Caldwell county
.passed thru hore Saturday.
Mrs. Sue liradley visited rolativos
noar White Union Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Turley visited her moth
Rev. Bouchot and Hankins went
to Marion Wodneday.
Miss Kva and Elbert Crayne, of
Xono Star were here Friday.
Mrs. Alma ,1'aris and little son Ellis:
visited her sister Mrs. Allie Andrews
Jim Gibson went to Marion Friday.
Tom Manlcy and wife. TJf Mattoon,
passed thru hero Saturday.
Will Crayne and wife, of Caldwell
county, passed thru here en route to
Marion last weok.
Mis Cordie Siglar, of M id way
visited Miss Alma Hunt Saturday
Miss Louise Woodsides, of Tribune
attended prayer meeting here Saturday
Oscar and Bob Thomason, of
Caldwell Springs were hero last weok.
Mrs. Mattie Siglar and family
visitod at Charlie Hunts Sunday.
Ozias Andrew visited Reed Phillips
iiev. J. B. McNeely is on the siok
For Catarrh, let me send you free,
just to prove merit, a Trial size Box of
Dr. Snoop'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. Shoop, Racine,
Wis, Large jars 50 cents. Sold
by Haynes & Taylor.
Quite a ntlmber of our people at
tended Circuit Court Monday
Richard Taylor west to
Health is very bad in this
Roy Lowery west to Providence
Wednesday on business on business.
Dennie Hubbard went to Blaek-ford
Wednesday after goods.
S. 0. Asher went to Repioa
Jerry McGill and Tom Holt, of
Union eonaty were here Friday buying
Alford McDowell went to Piaey
Friday on business.
G. .K. Lowery and Leonard Kemp
are improving wonderfully at this
Ruben Wood went to Marion
. W. Vanhonser and wife was
the guests of Jno. Wood and wife
Saturday and Sunday.
Leoaa Brown is on the sick list
Claud Drennon, of Iron Hill was
in our midst Sunday.
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 medicine
known. Have used it for years.
It does the work." J. H. Orme.
borhood at this writing.
We are glad to report that Cora
and Roy Watson who have been very
low with pnoumonia fevor is improving.
Mrs. Clem McFall is sorously ill
with pneumonia fever.
Mr. 0. L. Vick and wile, of Smith,
laad, visited Mrs. Vicks parents,
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. L. P. Mitchel, of Lola purchased
a nice lot of hogs from Lee
naif Lym last week,
Tom I'arkcr and wife and daughter
of Salem, visited relatives here the
Geo. W. Johnson was in Marion
Boss Dickorson and wife, of Hampton,
visited Mrs. Belt Sunday.
Omor Johnson visitod his sister
at Southland last week.
W- R. Lyin went to Marion Wednesday.
Lost and Found
Lost, between 0.90 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.
Mrs. Mary Moore will make
home at Scott Paris' now.
Mr. James Agoe bought a young
horse from S. A. Adams last weok.
Bob Hughos, of Marion, was visiting
Dan Hughes Saturday and Sunday.
Henry Agce's little child w'as siok
last week and attendod by Dr.
Joo Deboe's wife went to Nashville
and had a turner taken from her side.
Bill Sheovos, of View, was in our
seotion last week.
Frank Young has hired to Jaeob
Ashor to work this year.
Goo. Stovall has moved into to
his new house.
J. B. Porry was visiting Davis
Wili Abams has boon transferred
from the Chopel Hill school district
The prospects were never better
for all kinds of fruits that this year,
should be sunshine in the homo, and
will be if you give it White's Croam
Vermifuge, the groatost worm medicine
ever pffored to suffering humanity.
This remedy is beooming the permanent
fixture of well regulated
mother, with children, can't
get along without a bottle of White's
Croam Vermifuge in the house. It is
the purest aud best medicine that
money can buy. Sold by J. H. Orme.
Olr. and Mrs. Bruee Moore have
begun house keeping in the house
lately oceupiod by Charlie and Anthony
Taylor Guess went to Marion Saturday,
several from hero attended the revival
at Klizabeihtown, 111., during
J. F. Jones who spent several
weeks in southern Illinois, selling
fruit trees, returned to his home
here last Thursday
Burnett Moore has completed a
new stock barn.
W. Hugh Watson spent Saturday
and Sunday with his brother noar
Carrsville, who is seriously ill with
Poto Shepard who has beon visiting
rolativos noar Morley, Mo., returned
to hii home hore last weok.
Rev. J. A. Whoolor preached at
Blooming Rose school house Saturday
niglit and Sunday.
Plan Milos and Will Croft, of'noar
Milford wore in town Saturday.
Mrs. Ida Wheeler and daughters,
Texas and Kdna, visitod Felix Hoover's
Jake Wheeler and Felix Hoover
attended court at Marion Monday.
Jonathan Belt, of near Lola, was
in town on business Saturday.
"Preventics" will promptly check a
cold or the Grippe when taken early or
at the "sneeze stage" Preventics 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. Chock jarly Colds
witli Preventics and stop pneumonia.
Sold in 5c and 25c boxes by Haynes &
i m m m -
DeWitt's Carboliied Witch Hazel Sahe un-doubled!
the belt rlfeief or Piles. Sold by J H
The water is over a portiou of our
vicinity so as to detain a few of our
industrious farmers, yet it is hop
that the water will rind its wav b'k
to the Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Franklin, of
Rosobud wore the guests of I. D.
Miss Lillian Hina. of Rodnev i
I visiting her aunt Mrs. S. A. Bright-
man .Miss Lillian has many Irionds
in our vicinity.
Thoro was a musieal at S. 0. Dil-lards
We arc delighted to have onr old
friend John Harmon to reside in our
country once moro.
Usoar Nunn icports his string
band almost complete.
Forest Brightman is thinking
muohly as the time draws noar to
givo the road a good working.
Mrs Roy Xunn has rcturnod from
a visit to Sturgis.
Mr. Shaw is the guest of Mr. I.
D. Xunn and family.
Mrs. Perry is contemplating a
visit to Marion.
Not withstanding that the water
is vory high it seoms that Kirby
Brightman has been soarehing for a
prize as he has found a pearl of much
Mrs. Woodson is visiting at Rodney.
Author Funn and Clove Tawusend
wont to Marion Wodnosday.
Uneie m. Henry has returne
and remember the noxt time you: nif'
for from pain cauied by damp wtmth
Mrs. S. A. Brightman intertaincd
Saturday night in honor of her neice
Miss Lillian Hina, the time was
past pleasantly and had nice wnsir
thruout the evening.
The writer rogrets being ablest.
Mrs. Nida Cridor of Sullivan is
visiting her mother Mrs. Sam Nan.
Osoar Nunn makoa regular trips to
er when your head nearly burst from
nouralgin try Ballard's Snow Liniment.
It will euro you. A urominont
business man of Hempttead, Toxaa.
writes; "I have used your liniment.
Previous to using it I was a groat sufferer
from Rheumatism and Neuralgia.
I am pleased to say that now I am free
from these complaints. I am sure I
owe this to your liniment." J. IL Orrae
Wallace Cliit, of Fords Htrry,
rasic through here a rout to
Shady Urove Wednosday.
Miss Klsie Crider spent last week
with rointives in Webster oottntv.
31 rs. Ida Roberts was the gatst of
Mrs. Belle Summerrille Wednesday.
Mrs. Martha King was hero shop
Honry Metz returned from Casey-ville
Mrs. Bolle Suuimorville and little
son, master Porcy Moore spent Monday
with Mrs. Shuttlosworth.
Iloinor Mayos, of lloso Bud, was
Kov. It, C. Lovo filled' his rogular
appointmont at Rose Iiud Sunday.
Horbort Burton, of Harriaburg,
111., is visiting his mether at this
Ezra Lemon spent Satuaday night
with Joe Bob Collins near Weston.
Jamci Sullivan attended the singing
at L. Jt. Phillips Sunday night.
Mack "Walker, of Webster county,
was in this vicinity Tuosday.
W T. Manloy and wife, of Sugar
Grove were hero Tuosday.
Tom Walker, of Baker, was here
If your chest pains and you are un
able 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 by J. II. Orme.
FASHIONABLE SPRING HATS
All ladies of Marion and vicinity are cor.
dially invited to visit the new establishment
and inspect the new fashions of
1 907 Spring Hats
Paris Pattern Hats, Beautiful
U p-to-date Hats of all
tions, Colors, Etc.
Moderate prices will astonish the ladies of Marion considering
the elegance and superiority of the goods.
ETiU lorlt rifncnnflno 4hlC aHuprilQmPtlt lAitl hn nllnumrl 1
cent, discount on the first purchase.
2) Half fare refunded to customers out of town within 20 miles on
tf) every purchase over $4.00.
THE NEW YORK MILLINERY STORE,
Madam L. Kiener, of New York City.
Jenkins Press Building. Rear of Marion Bank, Near Postof f ice '
No Shop Worn Goods Everything New and Up-to-date
Wc aTe glad to report Mr
Wolford is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. P !
Vevay, Ind., hare been iitm Mr-Pa
vey's father aad Mother, Mr. tw
Mrs. Samuel Wolford, and uthc
relatives the last week.
Mrs. Martha Freak aad John
Harpeadiac aad wifewero the gneet
of T. A. Harpeadiag'i family un
W. 0. ilaydo aad wife, of Salem.
were tit gaatt of frieadi is this
David Wolford aad family wen-,
the gaesu of M r. aad Mr. ?amucl
Wolford Snaday last.
Rev. Iowrj, of Hamptoo. wa in
oar seetioa laet weok.
The fruit proepeei were '
laer 4b far ia this part of Kcntu k
The wheat proeaoeu look jr :.,
Timet were aerer more protuiv.tic
to every oae tbaa the preent t th-trader
aad to the maa that tilN th.
soil and u every one that ip
No corn plavted yet, but il thi
weather continues the farmer will
soon commence plaatiag.
Letters from Lan Harpending dated
at Turrot, Colo., reportt hiw aad
Mr. Ratcliil leaving the first of lait
woek tor a weeks hunt in the Rooky
Mountains. Thoy like the country
and aro aiming to bag soma big
g a mo.
To rtmoire a emeb. Get at the cold which
caaM tb coach U aothiae to rood
KeftaVt Laxative Couth Syrup Sold by 1 H
The News No Pure Drug Cough
Cure Laws would be newlod, if nil
Cough Cures wore like Dr. Snoop's
Cough Cure is and has boon for 20
years, lne National L.aw now rcquiros
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. Snoop'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,
yd it's not only safe, but it is
said to be by those that know it best,
a truly remarkable cough remedy.
Take no chai.ee, particularly with our
children. Insist on hnving Dr. Shoop's
Cough Cure. Compare carofully 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 Haynos &
lie very oaretul ol your bowels when you have
a coM Nearly all otber coach vntpe are
especially tboae eoaialatec 0?cUim
Laxative Coach Srrap nnen the owlet
onulni Q opiate oM by J II Orate.
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R. F. DORR
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FUMERAL DIRECTOR and EMBALMER
Dealer in Coffins, Caskets, Burial Robes,
Furniture, Chairs, Bed Room Sets,
Bed Springs, Rockers, Tables, Etc.
Picture Frames and Moulding
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Letus sell you your Pipe, Pipe Fittings, Plumbing
Goods and Fixtures
In joe tore
Oils and OF
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We are Blacksmiths, Plumbers and Machinists
All we ask is a trial. Patronize your Plome Mm
Marion, - Kentucky
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