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VOL. 28. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 28, 1907. NUMBER 43.
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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
Son of Mr. and Mrs, Avery Reed Victim
of Heart Trouble.
John Green, '.he nine year old son
of Mr. and Mr. A. H. Ilccd, died
Friday atternoon March 22. The
little fellow had been in cry delicate
health ior a long time being affected
with heart trouble and also having
had an attact ot carlet fever omo
week ago. lie had a lovable dis
position and many are the friends
who sympathize with his parent in
tneir uercavment. ine remains
were taken to I'aducah Saturday
morning. Services being conducted
by llev. Viriril Elgin. Interment
took place at 1'aducah cemetery Sunday
at 2 o'clock.
John Heed, son ot
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Reed, formeily
of I'aducah, died at Marion, ky. ,
late Friday afternoon of heart
trouble. The body will arrive in
I'aducah this afternoon and bo Liken
to the home of his grandmother,
Mrs. 1. G. Reed, 032 North Seventh
street, where the fuueral will be
Suuday morning. The interment
will be at the Oak Grove cemetery.
The bright little lad had been in
ill health for several weeks. Mr.
Heed is an expert minftg engineer
and is in charge ot mines near
He has been making his home
in Marion. I'aducah News Democrat.
Hunting Gold and Lions.
Messrs. L. E. Harpending and C.
E. Kadcliff were taken over to Oil
City camp on Sunday by B. Hopkins
with full camping outfit and
left to shirk for themselves. While
camping they will lie for mouutain
lion, and if the animal comes within
rifile range he will get the Kentucky
bhot. But the king of Rocky Mountain
forests is well onto those tricks
of tho gun, and it's doubtful if he
allows himself to be a victim. We
wish them success, however, for do
not care to meet the beast jn our
rambles thru the hills. Turrett,
Colo.. Gold Belt.
Secure absolute protection from
fire and tornadoes from Bourlanx &
Haytfes, general insurance agents.
Estey Organ and a
Organ for sale
HIGH GRADE PIANOS
Soon on exhibition at the
Marion Music Store,
Press Bldg., Next
to Marion Bank.
C. R KIENER,
Representative of the Famous
We have reduced the price on all our Mattings
Carpets and Rugs. We want to close them out.
George Floyd has opened a new
butcher shop in the Wynn building
on Maiu street. lie has secured the
service oi Herbert Morris, ot Marion,
who i an experienced meat
cutter, to run the shop
Mr. John Montnomery returned
Tuesday from Marion attcr a visit
to his sister, Mrs. J. 15. Kewl.
It will be painful to Mrs. KcviF
many here to know that she
has been an invalid several mouths
and that her health is not improing.
llev. K. J. Simpon, colored, of
this city, left last week for Springfield,
Mo., to accept the pastorate of
the C. P. church of that place at a
handsome salary. The reverend
Simpson is one oi the most prominent
colered divines in the South and
has done much for the uplifting of
his race. Providence Enterprise.
K, I. S. S. Club.
Saturday afternoon the K. I. S.
S. club met at the residence ot Miss
Madeline Jenkins. After the guests
were all assembled a beautiful duet
was rendered by Misses Madeline
Jenkii.s and Gwendoline Ilayue.
After that a "Buster Brown"
was enjoyed by all the prize
being won by Miss Gwendoline
Delightful refreshments were then
ervcd, which consisted of orauge
ice and cake. The quartette then
sang a very pretty song, which was
appreciated by all. After making
the appointments for the next meeting,
which was to take place at-the
residence of Miss Katie Yates, the
guests then departed, each saying
they spent a most pleasaut evening
Infant Died Sunday Night.
Died at the home of his parents in
Kuttawa, Ky., just attdr midnight,
last Sunday night Charles William
Black, son of Clarence Black and
Willie Black age eighteen months
and four days. He was a very bright
loveable child and was a great pet
especially with his
He was sick for a number of dayn,
and every thing was done for the
little fellow that love and skill could
do, God claimed him as his own.
He quietly and peacefully fell asleep
in tho amis of Jesus. His funeral
.was conducted by Rev. Oliver at the
ome. A large company of relatives
aftd friends were present, and follow
ed the remains to the cemetery,
where amid song and flowers the precious
little body was laid to rest.
Brother and sister Black have the
sympathy of entire community in
their sore afflication. May they be
able to say, "The-Lord gave, arid
the Lord hath taken away," "His
will be done. Lyon County Times.
Tho many friends here of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Black, will read the
abovojnth much regret.
Novelties, Ladies Collars, Belts,
Fans, Umbrellas and Parasols.
"With each Dollar paid in we 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.
E. I). Gray, who recently went to
Porto llico to deal in lumber in the
thriving city ot San Juan, writes
back to hi parents here the most
interesting accounts of his trip to
the West Indies trom New York.
Altho he shipped the lumber from
Mobile he was compelled to go by
rail trom New York to take passage.
With oranges grape truit, banana
and other tropical truit hanging
ripe and icady to be plucked on
every side and flowers growing and
blooming in profusion, the tropics
indeed seems to him to be a paradise
on earth aud to say he is delighted
e.prees it but mildly.
R. H. Thomas Announces,
15. II. Thomas, of Sheridan, is a
candidate for Assessor, to fill ou
the unexpired term of T. Anthony
Davidson, subject to the action of
the Republican paity. He endorses
prohibition and will make a good
assCsor. He is a brother of mail
carrier Ja. Thomas, 1'rof. ('has.
Thomas and llev. A. K. Thomas, ot
A Promised Treat,
The concert, which the Choral
Society will give under the direction
of .Prof. Yon Tobel, of Henderson,
promises to be a mot enjoyable
tieat. They will oe assisted by a
male quartette of Henderson, and by
Miss Tommy Lyle Waller, of
who will render everal
vocal elcctions. Prof. Von Tobel
will play seeral instrumental selections,
which alone will be worth the
price of admission.
Date of coucert will be announced
March 17 Mr. Ernest Tackwell and
Miss Lillie Boone drove to llev.
Paris' and were united in the holy
bonds of matrimony.
Mr. Tackwell is the second son of
M. J. Tackwell, of near Enon, and
is a man ot high character.
Miss Boone is the second daughter
of Mr. Jim Boone, of near Piney
Creek. She is a beautiful young
lady and numbers her friends by the
They will make their future home
near Enon. Their many friends
wish them a long and hoppy life.
Easter Egg Hunt.
The Missionary Society of the
Methodist church will give an Easter
Egg Hunt for tho children at Mr.
H. A. Haynes' residence Saturday,
March 30 at 3 o'clock p. m. Admission
Rev. Jas. F. Price, who has been
assisting in a meeting in Southern
Indiana, will return home and preach'
next Sunday moaning at 11 o'clock
and evening at 7 o'clock at the
Tho cae of the Commonwealth vs
Ed Butter charged with murder is
set tor Thursday.
The case of the Commonwealth v
John D. Gregory charged with striking
with intent to kill is set for Friday.
The cae ot the Commonwealth vs
Virgil Sisco charged with breaking
houe with inteut to steal, wa tried
Saturday and he was sentenced
to eighteen months in the penitentiary.
The ca-e of Ladd v llobt. Dojd
for damages was tried by a jury and
and verdict was given in favor ot defendant-
rnt t tit
V ine cae oi J. Harris v the 1. .
11. 15. was tried by a jury and verdict
gnen in lavor ot plaintiff, to the
amount of $1.")0.
The case of Cochrau & C.iker v
J. S. Woodall dimised.
The case of Bittie Brightman
Willie Brightman divorce
The case of T. 15. Trocndle
Crittenden Coal iV Coke Co., is now
on tiial. The jury ha been empanelled.
Mr. E. B. Moore, ot Tolu, and
Miss Nettie Mitchell, of Salem, won-married
Wednesday, March 20, 15107,
at 2 o'clock at the home ot the bride
and immediately left lor Tolu to i-it
the gi oom brother, Mr. Burnett
Miss Mitchell, although not
here, was well liked by
all who kuew her.
Mr. Moore is the son of Mr. Elis
Moore, ot this city, and has many
friends who extend congratulations.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore will go to
housekeeping soon near Tolu.
The extends bet
Golden Wedding Anniversary
The guests from 3Iarion who attended
the fiftieth anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. Hodge, ot Princeton,
Monday evening, give us a glowing
description of the reception. Quite
a large crowd was preseut to extend
congratulations. The color scheme
of gold and white was carried out
throughout the house, in the beauti
ful floral decorations and yellow
candles, which lent a delicate tint
to the surroundings. The colors
were also carried out in tho 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 vase of bride's roses in the
center and cut glass dishes of gold
and white mints.
Mr. and Mrs. Hodgo received a
great many handsome presents of
almost every thing suitable to the
occasion, also telegrams and letters
of congratulations were recoived.
The Quarterly Conference will be
held Monday evening, Apr. 1.
We have a full line
erials, Battenburg thread and braid, pillow
cords, pillow tops, stamped linen, etc.
A pretty and stylish line of
You are invited to call and see our stock
Poisoned Beef Works Havoc.
Leavenworth, Kan., March 2.!.
More than 1,000 veteran at the
National Soldier Home here, are
ufferiug from ptomaine poisonini:,
the reult ot eating meat hah tor
breakf.it morning. No death
were reported at a late hour.
Tho tiit symptom of the trouble
was manifeted hour after
broal:tat. Soon the home In pita!
wa crowded with ick eter.in aud
ambulance wie r'ihed in !rm the
barrack with "t th m.
stomach disorders Its con-
tinued use means
lniurv to health.
scientists, England and
passed laws prohibiting its use
in bread making.
should protect their
holds against Alum's
by always buying pure
Cream of Tartar Baking
CPure Grape Cream
Tartar Powder is to be
for the asking
Buy by name
of Embroidery mat- A
Walter Burns Moves Again.
Tueday, on the Joe Fowler, the
household oi the new barber,
Mr. Walter Burn, arrived and Mr.
and Mr. Burns began putting their
room in older at once. They hac
room- in the Zeuoue property. Mr.
Hum is an excellent barber and will
go in with Mr. ('. S. Kendall, the
toniri.il man and tnej will
fit up one t the mot up-to date
-Imp Siii.t1 'ami ha oer had.
Smithlaua B it tier.
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