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Just a Little
Better in Make
Just a Little
Newer in Style
Just a Little
Lower in Price
is High Grade
S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher.
GEO. M. GRIDER, Associate Editor.
Entered as matter June 26th, 1870.
at the pbstofiice at Marion, Ky.. under the Act of
Centres of March jrd, 18713
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THURSDAY, APRIL IS, 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
A few words from Uncle Mark
Twaiu would come fine just now,
amid this fuss.
Of course, recent events have convinced
Senator (Jullom that ho was
wbeu he expressed the opinion that a
certain railroad man ought to be in
Milwaukee young ladies have organized
a "Lemon Club" but as no
gentlemen are admitted to membership,
it is not clear how the lemons
are goinn to be sqeezod.
Since learning that Senator Wliyte
of Maryland, has defended SU murder
cases and never lost one, II'ARUY
Thaw must be thinking he overlooked
some legal talent.
The Kansas man who hung out a
sign reading "Dont dump ashes here
under penalty of the law or any other
trash," probably ho had his ideas
about the "unwritten law."
If you happen to sec any
prowling your backyard of a
dark night, the president requests
that you bo so kind as to biff them
on the back of the head.
Texas has passed a law that sheets
on hotel beds shall bo nino fcetlong
It annoys a Toxan to wake up in tho
morning and find a stingy little sheet
tangled up in his spurs.
We Sell You Better Clothes for
Less Price than Others Can.
Can These Things Be?
In an interview bearing the stamp
of authenticity Klackburn
is quoted as expressing the opinion
that the republicans hao a most
cxcollcnt opportunity to carry Kentucky
in the gubernatorial race this
year. We do not know whether Senator
Rlacitburn made this statement
or not; iudced with the memory of
the many battles in democracy's behalf
waged in the past by the loyal
leader, we sincerely hope that ho did
not. However disappointment, especially
that colored with political
ambition, often leads men into strange
paths, and in view of recent events,
that have happened in Kentucky
politics in the days not long gone.
It is possible that a cioud of resentment
has obscured the erstwhile clear
vision of the Kentucky senator,
bringing forth words that came with
ill graco from one who for lo! these
many years has eaten bountifully at
the table of democracy. Then, too,
in view of the recent appointmont by
President lloosovclt of the ex-Senator
to a federal position which pays
fourtcon thousand dollars a year, can
it be that the glamor of tho new en
viroiimeuts, the call of strange
voices, add the tempting allurmeuts
of a snug berth beneath the kindly
wing of federal patronage, has caus
cd the old war horse to forget tho
old friends of the past, and to turn
from the beaten paths of the old days
into the alluring fields, that lead
along the primrose path of momentary
promise? Far be it from us to
uclieve such things. Wc have too
high an estimate of Kentucky man
hood, too strong an assuranco in tho
abiding faith of democracy, too firm
a belief in the man himself.
Give us the proof and wo will admit
our error, but it must be strong
proof bearing the undisputable
stamp of authority. Until then wo
will still bolicve in tho constancy of
the old guard, still hold his banner
aloft, still remember his loyalty in
the past, and if it must bc done,
draw a veil over the questionable
ways of the future. Paducah News
The First Engine.
The first engine on the new M. &
A. railroad ran up to tho depot in
Morganfield at 1:120 Tuesday afternoon,
carrying behind her ton gons
and two work cars. Tho engino was
hurried over the road by Sheriff Mort
Quiroy who volunteered as fireman,
with .lack Walker and Vaughn
Brown to assist him in his arduous
task. Knginc No. 21 V.i was tho
first engine pulled over tho new
road to Morganficld and a big crowd
assembled to watch her come in.
OUR CLOTHING LOOKS GOOD
Enough to buy, if the price is right.
Our Price Is Right !
For Men, Young Men, Boys and Children.
Stocks were never more
Low Cuts, High Cuts
Our lines in every grade
are the besf that can be had
for the money. The styles
arc Snappy and just what
good dressers want. But
that isn't all, the quality is
just as good as the looks.
We Guarantee a Fit
for Every Foot.
BUY THE BEST HERE
PRICES THE LOWEST
FIT AND WEAR BEST
All the new things for spring
in Men's and Boys'
The Marion Musical Club met
with Mrs. Dr. Trislor, Saturday Apl.
l.'tth. Charles Francos Gounod, was
tho composer to bo studied.
Funoral march Gpunod
Miss Satliu Woods
Vocal Solo from Feust Gounod
Mrs. 0. 1'. Nogglc
Selection from Romeo
ct Juliette, Gounod
Mrs. .1. ". Wilson
Watchman, what of the night?
Vocal-Mrs. Walker and Miss
Number by the Orchestra
Duct by Jenkins and
Life of Gounod Mrs. J. H. Onne
Advancement of ourclub Miss Harris.
Ilostoss served refreshments.
Mrs. J. W Wilson resigned
president, officers elected as follows.
Mrs. Trisler, Pros, Mrs. Walker,
Vice Pros, Mrs. Orme, Sor. and Troas j
The musical talent of the city is
being developed in a marked degree
by the club' efforts, and the city
has reason to be proud of her musicians.
The art is one of the moht
refined and delicate gifts of naturo
jmd is always a welcome and much
desired adjunet to any entertainment
as well as to the home yircle, and
the bids tho club
Too often is music thrown aside
for tho more sober cares of life. This
should not be, for both vocal and
instrumental music are among our
first arts, and both should bo
Mayo L. Smith, who was arrested
at Salem by Deputy Shoriff J. L.
Perry and brought to this city Monday
night, gave bond last Tuesday
in tho sum of $2f)0 for his appearance
at the ucxt term of the Caldwell
Circuit Court with the following well
known gentlemen as bondsmen: Dr.
K. W. Ogilvio, C. C. Terry, T. H.
King and W. W. Piorcy. Mr. Smith
and his friends olaim that he is not
guilty of any wrong doing as charged.
Wc arc informed that tho above
man had been arrested at Salem for
an alleged misrepresentation of facts
in a horse trade with Ordway Bros,
at Frcdnnia, who had the warrant
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
One black and white setter bird-dog,
answers to tho name of Cap.
Any information will bo rowarded by
We seek your husi
ncss on the basis of
Mrs. 0. M. James Eatertaiss,
Mrs. O. M. James ery delightfully
entertained a uuinWrof friends
Friday afternoon, April III, from
throe to six o'clock. Th) was ono
of the most enjoyable functions of
the season. Ill tho Literary oontost
the prize, a beautiful hand painted
plate, was won by Mrs. Fanny Walk-or.
In this contest the lueMtous
were answered with the names of
autho s and the following is a eopy:
Grows on the foot, Run van.
Worn on tho hoad, Hood.
What we see every 'day, Holmes.
Where cattle graze, Fields
A preservative for meat, Bryant.
A high ecclesiastic, Pope.
Noted for Ins length, Longfellow.
Gentle a a dove, Lamb.
A slang expression, Diokns.
Found in a canal, Looke.
A vital organ, Harto.
Fiery things, Rnrns.
Rrightor and smarter than tho
An animal's home whore there is
no water, Dryden.
A worker in precious metal, Goldsmith.
Very rapid', Swift.
Murray Hodgo und Homor Rink-ley,
of View, left Tuesday for
Rev. W. H-. Miley, of Louisville,
arrived Tuesday afternoon, to Iwgin
a series of meetings at the Presbyterian
Miss Lydi Kuykondall, ni
was the guest of Miss Allio
On April 27, Saturday wook, wo
will load another car of poultry for
tho Kistorn market. We pay fancy
pricos for chickens. Schwa u.
If farmers will look out for their
own interest they will quit paying
commission. If you don't know what
that means call on your friottd Schwab
and ho will oxplain.
The Goldon Luck Missionary Soci.
cty will have a candy pulling at tho
Methodist parsonage at three o'clock
next Saturday after nooa, all invotcd
10 cents admission.
Dr. II. R. Roitnott, ol Daniel
Boone, Ky., and Miss Minnie
were married lust Wednesday
afternoon at the homo of Rev. W. T.
Oukloy, and he officiating. Tho
groom is tho coal company's physician
at Daniel Boone, and is tho son
of J. II. Roitnott, of Dawson. The
bride is ono of Caldwell county's
best teachers and is a charming
young lady. Thoy wore accompanied
by Miss White, of Princeton,
ALL WE ASK
The Even Chance of a Fair
and Thorough Look-over.
WE MAKE THE PRICES
Our Spring Display is all You Could Ask For.
WECAlTsljiT YOU IN
Dress Goods, Dry Goods, Silks, Satins
Lawns, Wash Goods, Etc.
WE SHOW YOU ALL THAT IS NEW AND STYLISH
Ladies' New Belts Laces of all Kinds
New Collars Embroidery Bargains
New Neckwear All-Overs
Novelties for All.
Because we show the best styles in
Carpets Druggets Rugs
Mattings Lace Curtains
MONEY SAVED HERE
Rev W D IVwril who n ui a
meet i nt: at the Baptist church in this
city a lev weel t., i mw in Mex
Wm. Tynor and duughior, of
wore in tho oily TuamUy the
gliosis of I). N. Riltty and family.
Wo want your wkI arid everything
in the pruduto line. Cemo t
Schwab's. Don't stop until yon yet
Wo want your wool and ttvtrythiNg
in tho produoe lino. Come to
Schwab's. Don't stop until you get
The Marion Choral Socio! y will
rendor (our numbors of ilio program
at tho Opora House next Tuesday
ovoning. This n their initial
before tko publie.
A fiuo stallion valued at $1,(100
died on tho down trip of the John
S. Hopkins Sunday night. It had
boon sold by Fisher t C., of
to parties in Birdsville, Ky.
Mrs. J. B. Kevi). who has boon ill
for several months, we aro very glad
to report much hotter. If she continues
to improve as she has done the
past two weeks, she will soon be
Our old frioni Bryeo Woldon now
living in Hast St. Louis, III., writes
us under datoof April II as follows
"The good old Pross comos rogular
ly to us and is lattor from home every
Friday. Tho Pross was always good
but it scouts greatly improved huiui
Miss Mina Woldon, daughter nf
S. B. Woldon formerly of Tolu, alio
had tlio misfortuno to get badly hurt
by falling down a stairway in a huge
St. Louis store where sho was employed,
has been awarded a goes) settlement
iiguinst the owners of tho
building for a good sum, whieh will
in part repay her for tho suffering
and loss of time. Her friends will
be glad to loaru of this.
Givens' moat market furnishes the
host moat that Hvansvillo Cold Storage
can put out. Hamburgor, beef
loaf and other ground meats that you
should want. Hamburger seasoned
or unseasoned. Fish on Tuesday,
Thursday und Suturday. For Sunday
moat telephone me on Saturday
ovoning so I can havo tuna to got
your meat out in first class shape.
Socuro your tickets for the Marion
Choral Society Concort. At
the Opera House Tuesday evening
April, 2.'$ 1!)07. Pricos this week
2.r, 115 aud fiO cents.
j j'TVk j".r yr - .. sr ir j7",r. jh:
Atung the clccr special!) pr
formers who will appear in rratk
aud Alhe Comedian at the (Ijca
Houc Friday night are tho ui
Cole, who play utton six ditf.reM
novel iNstrtiwieHt tneluding "
marinibaphoHC, tho bamboo
eow belle and other rovoI effect, a.
lHeludiii eleelrieal arl picture u
elliett. Billy and Patty MrClait. a
black faee eomedian and a pr.tt.
winimi' sottbrelte in minted) krt '
iMtrodueiNj; elever singing aud dan
iHg. Mim Allio Woolcr with it.
latent illustrated song.
and ooiuie divortifotnonts
the wire, Chaa. Fairburn, yodlc suik
er aud character enmediau.
M11 Harriman soome much
to testify againot that tcm
grapher who utolo the Wobtrr I't
tor tbn he was to toll what he
about hi railroad combination
Feed your horse fine hay
Timothy Hay, Baled Hay-will
be sold this month, See
Prks Ford & W. R. Cruci-,
Is the oft rriKMtcd
which tells its cmn
of putting off till tomorrow
that which should
have betsn done today.
Nfglectitig to insure
causes a loss of many millions
of dollars every year
to property owners. Don't
be one of them, but get
your insurance now.
I represent one of the
strongest insurance offices
in the (and, and without
question the oldest in the
world, being established in
LET ME INSURE
Jno. A. Moore