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Very Much Quality
Something new all the time, a
house full of the most desirable
goods for the
Ladies and Misses
The Right Kind The Right Price
We have the goods for those
New line black wool dress goods
" " white sheer " "
Linens, batistes, organdies
Dainty laces for trimmings
Stylish belts, collars, neckwear
Hosiery and neckwear
Wc have a great stock to select from
S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher.
GEO. M. GRIDER, Associate Editor.
Entered ai matter June 26th. :3-9.
it the postothce at Marion Ky . under the Act of
Centres? ot Match 3rd,
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THURSDAY, APKIL23, im
We are authorized to announce
R. H. THOMAS
a candidate for .sses&or, to fill out the
unexpired term of J Anthony Davidson,
subject to the action of the Republican
party. He endorses the local
If Jas. J. Hill would just devote
himself to hauling the freight up in
his own that has been waiting for
some months for its turn, and would
do less worrying about the business
future, he would make a great hit
with a large number of people in this
.Mr. Harriman seems much more
willing to testify against that stenographer
who stole the Webster letter
than he was to tell what he knew
about his railroad combination?.
He Ought to Know.
Uniontown, Ky., April 22. Victor
L. Spalding, formerly editor of
the Uniontown Telegram, and now
in Lawton, Okla., wires a denial of
the report that ho is dead. He read
his obituary in a Sturgis paper.
I CHURCH NOTES
Rev. D. M. Green, the venerable
Baptist Divine who has bpent a long
and useful career in the ministry,
filled the pulpit at tho Baptist church
Sunday, taking his text from tho
first chaptor of John 2G to 29 verses,
"Behold the Lamb of God Which
Takcth Away the Sins of the World."
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Princeton Presbytery oi the Cumberland
Presbyterian church held its
regular Spring Session at
April 51-11. Retiring Modera
tor, Rev. 1. G. Joiner, preached the
opening sermon. G. II.
of Sullivan, was elected Moderator.
Twenty-nine out of the thirty-live
churches of the original
Princeton Presbytery may be counted
in the loyal line, twenty-three be
ing represented by delegates, twenty-four
churches of the twenty-nine
sending in the regular prcsbyterial
The committees made interesting
and encouraging reports showing
that the work after the lite disruption
is being shaped along in pro
gressive lines. The Rev. A. C. Bid-die,
of Ilopkinsvillo, and Kldcr T.
W. Moore, of Tlat Rock, were elected
commissioners to the General
Assembly at Dickson, Tcnn. in May.
Wednesday at eleen o'clock Rev.
A. C. Biddle preached a great
sermon on "A Call to the Ministry."
In the afternoon an excellent Christian
Endeavor and Sunday School
program was rendered.
Wednesday night Synodical Superintendent
Rev. J. T. Barbce in his
drastic style delivered a powerful
lecture on the sermon question.
Thursday morning previous to adjournment
Rev. J. L. Price, of Providence,
preached an excellent sermon
to a large audience. One
young man, Mr. 0. I). Spcncc, was
received under the care of Presbytery
as a candidate for the gospel minis-
ordained ministers were in attendance,
three candidates and
Oilicial statistics give us a
residcntal lay membership
of 13!)2 and a membership
of 5SG, making a grand total of
21 IS. Not so bad a showing after
all since uuionism has made some
The Cumberland Presbyterian
church still lives. It is not dead,
though its funeral has often boon
preached. Vindictiveness and vituperation
arc not Christianity, but it
takes a stalwart Christianity to stand
when principle is assailed.
The confession of Faith is clear
aud comprehensive, representing a
system of doctrine whoso only crime
is that it does not die. Devout men
and women have clung to the con
lossional standards, tidiug through
the crucial test, until now the church
through God's watch-care has a footing
as one of the denominations . of
W. II mil Wat.sox,
Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs.
"Several years since my lungs were
so badly affected that I had many hem
orrhages." writes A. M. Ake, of Wood,
Ind. "I took treatment with several
physicians without any benefit. I then
started to take Foley's Honey and Tar,
and my lungs are now as sound as a
bullet. I recommend it in advanced
stages of lung trouble. " Policy's Honey
and Tar stops the cough and heals the
lungs, and prevents serious results
from a cold. Refuse substitutes. J
Two Miners in ratal Duel,
Sturgis, Ky., April 20. Horace
Stringer and William Gooch shot
each other to death in Holeman's
poolroom here, at 0 o'clock last
m almost the same spot where
three men were killed in the fight
on Christmas night between the union
miners and the guards of the West
Kentucky Coal company. Stringer
was shot through the abdomen and
heart and two balls passed through
Gooch's brain. Both men died almost
Out of Sight
"Out of sight, out of mind," is an
old saying which applies with special
force to a sore, burn or wound that's
been treated with Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. It's out of sight, out of mind
and out of existence. Piles too and
chilblains disappear under its healing
influence. Guaranteed by J. H. Orme.
All the graduates of the Marion
Graded and High Schools, are requested
to meet' at the school auditorium
Thursday afternoon, April 23,
at 4 o'clock. This meeting is for
the purpose ot getting ready for the
Alumnial meeting Be sure to come.
Tornadoes and windstorms aro
likely to occur at any season of the
year, but more especially in the
spriug. The savings of a lifetime
may be swept away at any moment.
You secure absolute protection at a
small cost from Bourland & Hayncs.
KONSIDER the postage stamp, my son.
It's usefulness konsists of its ability
to stick to one thing until it gits there."
There's a uorld of sound, horse sense in the
above. We're doing the postage stamp act
and sticking to our one purpose to serve you
so acceptably, so economically that you can't
get on well without us.
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Very Little Price
You can wear the best
when you buy ours and
they don't cost as much
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Kwcll Arflack, of Gladstone vicinity,
and Miss Dedie Brantley were
united in marriage April 17, 15)07.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. K. Arflack. He is an industrious
The bride is a daughter of Henry
Brantley, ol Gladstone. She is
beautiful and loved by all who know
"Yes, I Remember You Well and
Our old friend J. B. Morse, of
Atwood, Kan., writes us as follows,
under date of April IS:
"I want the Daily Herald and the
one year. Mr. S. M.
Jenkins I remember you quite well.
When you were on the road I was a
merchant in Curdsville, Kv. You
would stop 'at my hotel. Do you
remember me? Good bye.
J. B. M."
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup.
The pleasant cold remedy that expels
the cold through its action on the bowels.
Sold by J. H. Orme.
Circuit Court Deeds
J. W. Blue, Cora, to C. W. Taylor
179 acres Funkhouscr land.
J. G. Rochester, Com, to Mary
Harris, 4 acres Guess land.
J. G. Rochester, Com. to L. F.
Chittenden a'nd Whitehousc lot.
J. G. Rochestor, Com. to W. B.
Yandell, 1GS acres, Hill laud.
J. G. Rochester, Com. to Annie
K. Lemon, the Lemon land.
J. G. Rochester, Com. to Kit
Shepherd 4 acres Guess land.
J. G. Rochester, Com. to Jonathan
Stone, a lot in Tolu, Guess
J. G. Rochester, Com. to Hower-ton
and Nunn, a part of the J. J,
To encourago prompt payments of
light bills, a present will be given to
each patron who calls at the office
and settles his light bill to date by
or before Tuosday, April 30th.
April recepts are now ready at our
Marion Electric Light & Ice Co.
Style and Fit.
Very Little Price
Shoes and Oxfords
The good kind that have the
STYLE AND WEAR
Buy our shoes and you
will get your
For Men, Women
FOR LESS MONEY
Ladies' Fine Shoes and Oxfords
Children's Fine Shoes and Oxfords
Men's Fine Shoes and Oxfords.
Boys' Fine Shoes and Oxfords
"Walk-over" Shoes for Men
We Cater to Bargain Hunters
Hats and Caps
ALL KINDS OF
Underwear and Shirts
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The weather continues cold and
The Rev. J. C. Kinsolving and
wife attended church here Saturday
and visited their relatives.
The chirp of little chickens can
be heard now.
Mrs. Fannie Travis and daughters
Misses Nellie aud Marian, of Km-
niaus, vicinity were visiting relatives
here last week,
Owing to the cool weather gardens
that arc planted arc not doing much.
Tom Patton and family were in
Marion last week having J. L.
Stewart the photographer to do some
work for them.
Rev. Eli Caton filled his regular appointment
here Saturday aud Sunday,
Tobacco plants arc scarce in this
Burlie Burklow is our hustling
agent for Sears & Roebuck in this
The fruit crop in this part is damaged
by the reeent cold weather.
Tom Patton and family visited
Bilhe Campbell and wife Sunday.
A Deering Twine Binder (used
snly one yea?) at a bargain.
P. 0. Box S)S, Marion, Ky.
LIVINIiSTON COUNTY NEWS.
W. H. Clark, of Marion, had business
here in the circuit court this
week. He is interested in tho suit
of W. H. Mann against Bettie Mann
for divorce and the mining cases of
W. H. Mann.
Zcd A. Bennett arrived hero yesterday
and will leave to-day after
meeting his many friends here on a
short visit. He is connected with
the insuraucc business again and
located at Henderson.
When you need a pill, take a pil
and be sure it's an Early Riser. Thev
are sold here by J. H. Orme,
This weok only greatest bargains
over offered in Marion, 1907 latcs
styles up-to-date summer hats millinery
goods at half price excellent
$1575 piano this weok for 225. $90
cstoy organ for $35
New York Millinory and Musio Store.
William A. Fowler, Pitt.
Robert L. Fowler, Thos. U.
Fowler etc. Dtt. Equity
By virtue of a judgment and Order
of Sale of tho Crittenden Circuit
Court, rendered at March Term thereof
1SJ07, in the above cause. I shall
proceed to offer ior sale at the Courthouse
door in Marion to the highest
bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday
the Kl day of May 1907 at 1
o'clock P. M. or thereabouts, (being
Court day), upon a credit of six
months the following described property,
A certain house and lot situated
in Marion Crittenden county, Ky.,
on Poplar street and bounded as follows-
to wit, begiamg at East corner
of yard at the corner of coal -house
thence with the line of said street
West s"0 feet to a cross fence thence
North to Crowe's fence thence East
with Crowe's line ."0 feet, thence
Southward to the beginingr being
the same house and lot conveyed by
M. Cophor and W. H. Cophcr to
Mrs. Sallie Fowler on the 23rd day
of December 1S0U see deed recorded
in deed book page in the office
of the clerk of the Crittenden county
For the purchase price the purchaser,
with approved seeurity or
securities, must execute Bond, bearing
legal interest from the day of
sale until paid, aud having the force
and effect of a judgment. Bidders
will be prepared to comply promptly
with these terms.
J. K. FlANARY,
You Will Want This Save it!
Have you Rheumatism now? Did
you ever have it? Anyhow you may,
or some of your friends may. Better
save this prescription. It comes from
Dr. George Edmund Flood, the well-known
specialist on Rheumatism, which
is sufficient guarantee of its value.
By permission of the doctor we publish
for the benefit of our readers his
prescription for Rheumatism It is as
Fluid Cascara Aromatic, half ounce;
Concentrated Barkola, one ounce;
Fluid Extract Prickly Ash Bark, half
a drachm; Aromatic Elixir, four
Take one teaspoonful after each
meal and before going to bed. Dr.
Flood also strongly advises in connection
with this presciption the drinking
of large quantities of pure water. Any
druggist will fill the prescription at a
nominal cost or you may get the ingredients
and mix at home. 1
Miss Katharcue Carter spent the
day in our city Saturday.