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Spring and Summer Millinery
We are having many compliments from the trade as
having the real up to to-morrow styles in Pattern and
Ready-to-Wear hats. Our prices are lower than others
ask for the same class of goods. Special orders based
on cost of material used.
n Trimmed hats 50 cents to
o Dry Goods,
Pattern hats $3.75 to $10.00.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF
Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets,
Trimmings, Embroideries, Laces, etc. Shoes of the
best makes from the leading factories for Men, Women
and Children, also Youths, Boys and Childrens Clothing.
We are anxious to please you. Give us a call.
Mr. J. K. Chittenden left Monday
for her home in Hopkinsvillc, after
speuding several days with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williams.
We were all irrieved to hear ot the
sudden death of little Irene, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Geo. Gass. of Henderson,
visited Miss Nellie Wheeler and Mrs
Mina Crucc last week.
Mrs. Jim Airec Mrs. Henry
Wheeler last week.
Mr. and Mr. .1. K. Glass and
little daughter, Myrtle, visited her
parents at Starr Sunday.
Melvin Hughes visits Kast Marion
quiet often. What is the attraction
Mrs. 11. B. Ga.-s visited Mr.. Tom
Lamb last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hughes visited
in the country Sunday.
Paul S. Walker and wife visited
Jimmic James and wife Sunday
Paul A. Walker left Tuesday to
visit his brother, John Walker, of
Paducah, and daughter, Mrs. W. C.
Walker, of Mayfield
For Bad Breath And Sour Stomach
Try Carlstedt's German Liver Powder;
removes the cause instantly. A
cure guaranteed. Guaranteed under
the Pure Food and Drugs Act. Price
25c. Sold by all druggists.
Carter Korn arrived here Saturday
morning from Chicago to visit his
mother, Mrs. Fannie Korn. He las
been employed for some time by
Fairbauks, More & Co.
Rev. Miller came over from Cory-usual
don Saturday and filled his
appointments at New Bethel.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ordway,
April IS a fine boy, mother
and child are getting along nicely.
Mrs. Ira Bennett and son, Ivan,
visited relative- in Marion last week.
The sale at T. M. Butler's Satur
day was well attended.
Miss Willie Donalson began a
Spring school here Monday.
Flour 45 uts a
Bennett & Sou.
Elbert Billiard after spending the
winter in Florida is back at his old
place with Maxwell Bros.
Will Reiteris at home from college
to spend his vacation.
W. B. Bennett one of the oldest
and best known citizens of this community,
died Saturday night at his
borne near town, after a short illness,
and after a few words of sympathy
and comfort by Rev. Miller, the
were laid to rest in the family
burying ground Sunday evening in
the presence of a large crowd of
friends and relatives, in fact almost
ike entire community and many from
a distance, were assembled to pay
tkis last sad tribute ol respect to
.tkeir departed friend and neighbor.
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Bunk Baker, wife and children,
Clem Moran and a child of Harris
Auston, all on the sick list.
Fred Hardy and family, of Hampton,
was the guest of his sister,
Mrs. Bunk Baker, last week.
Mrs. Henry Brouster spent last
week, the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Berry Davidson, near Paducah.
Mi.-s Charley Hayden, of Salem,
was the guest of Miss Carrie Har-pending
Mining operations are on a boom
The fruit all killed and so is the
All the corn planted the first week
in April, will be to plant over.
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damage has been done to the winter
wheat, also young clover and grass.
John L. Harpending and wife
were the guests of his parents last
Jesse Tyner is down with the
Henry Brouster went to Paducah
January weather in April has
caused thousands of dollars loss to
farmers and fruit growers.
This cold may have come to
keep the snakes back, is the county
has no snake physic on hand.
It is useless to fret about the bad
weather of the present, we arc promised
'a seed time and a harvest and
we have so for never failed to receive
A Cure For ConstiDation And
Piles Discovered At Last.
Carlstedt's German Liver Powder;
removes the cause and cures every
case. Never a failure reported. Try
it. Guaranteed under the Pure Food
and Drugs Act. Price 25c. Sold by
Will Threlkeld and Colin Franklin
of Grecus Ferry, visited friends and
relatives here Sunday.
Mrs. Tot Guess, of Pinckneyville,
visited her parents here a few days
Virgil Threlkeld and Miss Nellie
Baker attended church at Deer Creek
A great deal of hauling to and
from Marion now. When this scribe
gets to building railroads and pikes
I think now 1 would begin at Marion
and build to Salem first.
Dr. Fox visited his parents and
friends in Shady Grove a little while
Au interesting Sunday School at
Union every Sunday morning.
Singing at Aunt Mary Franklin's
Elzie Floyd went to Paducah Monday
The Keystone mines are again active.
This is one of the best spar
and lead producers in the district
and we rejoice in its renewed activity-Walter
Salyer is planning a trip
to Colorado in few days prospecting.
A Happy Family.
J. J. Mann, of Fordyce, Ark., writes:
Use Carlstedt's German Liver Powder
for ten years, cured my wife of female
troubles. Haven't had a doctor
for six years, formerly paid two or
three doctor bills a year. Would not
be without it. Worth its weight in
gold. Guaranteed under the Pure
Food and Drugs Act. Price 25c Sold !
by all druggists.
James Moore, of Princeton, visited
his son, Dr. J. M. Moore, during
Vernon Malcom and Jess Davis,
of Blooming Rose, were in town
Charlie Lear, our song evangelist,
is now in Denver, Colo., and writes
that he is enjoying his work.
Mrs. Mary Bcalmear, of Dawson,
visited relatives near here last week.
J. T. Croft was in Dawson ast
Harry Stone and Miss Cinderella
Thomas weut to Elizabcthtown, 111.
last Sunday and were married. Miss
Thomas is the oldest daughter of
mail-carrier J. J. Thomas and is
noted for her many excellent qualities.
Mr. Stone is a son of carpenter
Stone and is himself a splendid
workman. They will for the present
reside in Tolu.
llev. J. A. Wheeler and family
visited at Felix Hoover's Saturday
ana Sunday, itev. Wheeler preached
at the Inna school house.
John Perry, of Irma, was in town
Notia Corn and Elmer Bebout, of
Pleasant Grove, were here a day
Mrs. Woolf and Mrs. Boggess visited
iu Salem a few days during the
.Mr. Wing, who works in the mill,
was in Repton on business last Mon
Mrs. Wheeler and daughters,
Texas aud Edna, visited .relatives in
Lola Saturday aud Sunday.
Will Baker, of Carrsvillc, was
Lawrence Tackwcll, of near Irma,
visited his sister, Mrs. Hardin, Saturday.
Notice to Farmers.
Now produce company just come
to Marion and here to stay, on the
corner of Main and Salem streets.
When you come get their prices on
all kinds of produce, and get their
prices on what you want to buy in
the way of groceries. You will then
know who is paying commission both
ways. G. L. Dial, Pres.
For Chills, Fevers And Malaria,
Try Yucatan Chill Tonic; it cures to
stay cured. Insist on having it. Get
the genuine. Guaranteed under the
Pure Food and Drugb Act. Price 50c.
Sold by all druggists.
A. E. Brown returned from Nashville
Sebron Hushing who has been acting
as depot agent returned to his
N. J. Bishop went to Sturgis Sunday.
Mrs. Grant Baird who has been
sick some time is reported io be no
Mrs. Maggie Perryman, of
is visiting relatives here.
G. W. Perry was in Crayncvillc
Mo ud ay.
Mrs. Carleton and children visited
her parents in Salem Saturday and
Have you heard of "the secret
marriage?" If not you will soon.
Mrs. T. B. Brown and children
returned home from a few days visit
Mr. Tom Bradford and family
visited his son Kirby Sunday.
Mrs George Tabor is sick at this
Ada Canada visited the Misses
Next Sunday is Rev. Oakley's day
come and hear him.
A Remedy Without an Equal.
Try Yucatan Chill Tonic, is a sure
cure for Colds, La Grippe and Rheumatism;
will cure you, acceptable to
the most delicate person, results are
positive and you feel better after taking
one dose. Guaranteed under the
Pure Food and Drugs Act. Price 50c.
For sale by all druggists.
The little daughter of Alvie Wal-
kr is very ill.
Mr. Jim Gass had the misfortune
of loosing a fine mare.
Mrs. Lindscy is better at present
we are glad to note.
Johu Craghorn and family visited
Alvie Walker Sunday.
Miss Nanic Horning and Klva
was in Marion shopping Saturday.
Some of the fanners arc done breaking
Miss Nanic Horning and Elva
visited Mrs. Fanny Wemalond Sunday.
We arc glad to say Mis Lucy
Gass is able to be out
Look out for the wedding bells
A Sure Cure For Malaria.
Try Yucatan Chill Tonic, superior to
all, acceptable to the most delicate
person. One bottle will work wonders.
Guaranteed under the Pure Food and
Drugs Act. Price 50c. Sold by rJl
CONDUCTED IIY REV. .1. V. THICK
The Bible Class met May 5, 1!)07,
at 2:30 o'clock p. in. at the C. P.
church. Leson, Gen. 45-50. He-view.
TYl'ES OK CHRIST.
I Human Types.
1, Adam represented the entire
race; .-o did Christ, Rom. 5:15-19.
2 Noah saved his in the ark ; Christ
saves the family of God, 1 Pet. 3:1S
21; Gal. 3:20-29: Eph. 3:15.
3, Melchiscdcc, priest of the most
High God; so was Christ, Heb. 5:5-0.
4, Isaac offered up; so was Christ,
2, Jacob's night of wrestling;
Christ in Gcthsemane.
II General Types.
1, Light; Christ the light of the
2, Coat of skins; Christ our right
eousness, nev. 19.-8.
3, Ark ; Christ our ark of safety.
4, Bam, offered, sacrificed instead
of Isaac; so Christ was offered.
5, Ladder uniting heaven and
earth; so docs Christ's humanity.
Ill Joseph a type of Christ.
1, In his uamc, means adding, increase,
fruitfulness; so with Christ,
Isa. 9:0-7, Luke, 1:31, Judges, 3:30.
2, His birth took away die
of Rachel, Gen. 30:24; Christ
takes away the reproach of sin, Col.
2:13-15, Rom. 8:1.
3, Jacob loved Joseph very much;
The Father's lovo for Christ, Prov.
8:30, Isa. 42:1, Mt. 3:17.
4, The sufferings Joseph endured
Christ hated without cause and suffered
because of this hatred, Ps. 69:4,
5, Joseph's deliverance and exaltation;
the resurrection and ascension
of Christ, Ach. 2:22-24; 3:21.
(J. His marriage to a Gentile
woman; Christ taking the church his
bride, Gentile as well as Jew.
7, His interview with his brethren,
communing with them, their
smiting the m, his making
himself known to them; Christ comes
to men by the Holy Spiiit, their consciences
smite them, ho rcveales himself
unto them, Zech. 12:10; 13:1
S, His new name, Zaphnaph poanca
means "food of the living," Savior
through the hatred of his brethren;
of the world; so was Christ, Ju. (J:
TOPICS FOR STUDY.
1. Joseph making himself known
to his brethren.
2. Joseph's construction of the
why lie was sold.
3. Pharaoh s reception of the
news of the coming of Joseph's
1. Sending for Jacob.
5. Jacob's descendants.
II. Jacob's dcci idants.
S. The meeting of Jacob and
!. Pharaoh's reception of Jacob.
10. Joseph gaining the possessions
1 1. Jacob's blessing upon
aud his children.
12. Jacob's prophetic blessing
upon his sons.
13. Death and burial of Jacob.
14. Joseph's relation to his
brethren after the death of his father.
1.'). Joseph's last days.
Wednesday, May 1st.
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16i Change in Egypt's rules.
I. Givo six great, facts recorded
2 Give the names of eight great
3. Give five great facts in Abraham's
4. Five in Jacobs.
5. Five in Joseph's.
ti. What is the law of recurrence V
7. What is law of anticipation ?
S. How many things can you
mention whose origin is recorded ia
9. What arc four great stages of
10. What special indications of
divine providence can you mention?
II. What makes great men? Inherent
ability, heredity, trials,
opportunities, environment, God's,
grace or what?
12. What was the darkest period
of Joseph's life?
13. Was Joseph a philanthropist?
14. What political and social
stages were brought about by Joseph'
15. Was the suspense which Joseph
imposed upon his old father
10. What five customs were referred
to in Gen. 41:42-43.
17. Why was Joseph given a uen
IS. What was its significance?
19. What three great stages in
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