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A SPECIAL MID SUMMER REDUCTION SALE! -
Cash for Produce. GRADY BROS.
Harry Haynes and wife were visiting
Boh Klkin Sunday.
Mack Cruce and wife, of Hughey
were in our Sunday.
Several from here attended church
at Pleasant Hill Sunday.
Mrs. W. A. Adams happened to
a painful accident Sunday hy getting
struck in the face with a buggy shaft
Dr. Cook sewed up the wound.
The road from here to Marion is
being worked with the county grader
and put in fine ihape.
Mrs. H. S. Hill was visiting Mrs.
Annie Adam Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Terry visited
the family ol Tom Griffith Sunday.
Several of our young men went to
Pleasant Hill Sunday. Among them
were Messrs Callie Strong, Calvin
and Robert Corlcy.
Our school begins July 122.
Mrs. Kskew, of Marion, visited
her niece, Mrs. Henry Belt, lat
Leslie Melton and his sister, Ruth,
were in our midst Sunday.
Mrs. Bulus Kobinson is visiting
Mr. Harlow Robinson and wile.
Mesdames Saiah Belt and Lester
Clark visited Mrs R. .1. Ford last
Memphis mines are booming under
the management of Mr. Ben Gilbert.
Ben is a hustler.
Eugene Graves and his sister,
Gladys, went to Crittenden Springs
The frequent lain are making the
crops look fine in this community.
Most all of our citizens turned out
for the barbecue and report a tine
Mrs. Henry Sullenger is visiting
her father, Lafe Highfil.
Most all the hay is ready to be
Messrs Lawrence Tackwell, Ethic
Tharp, J. C. Hardin and Misses
Ermine, Pearl and Nccic Sullenger
attended the ice cream supper Saturday
night and report a fine time.
S. J. Sullenger viitcd J. P.
Mr. and Mrs Tom Hardin visited
Bartlcy Sullenger Sunday.
We are glad to report Chas. Perry
J. P. Sullenger is through laying
Our Suuday School is progressing
Miss Cora Highfil attended the
William and J. C. Hardin arc
delivering corn to Tolu mills.
K. C. MuMastcr has moved to bis
Mrs. Lucy Harden, of Tolu, is
visiting hor father, W. A. Tackwell.
In order to reduce our Stock to make
room for Fall Goods we have inaugurated
a Special Mid-Summer Reduction
Sale, which will contiue until
AUGUST 1st, 1907.
We hope that you take advantage of
this sale, as it is not likely you such an
opportunity for many days to come.
Kenny Morris and wife were the
guests of W. A. Tackwoll and family
K. F. Sullenger has purchased
property in Sheridan.
Lawrence Tackwell was in Tolu
Kwcll Hardin will teach Rose Dale
A fine rain Sunday.
Mrs. Sarah Threlkeld returned
from Dawson Springs Monday.
Mrs. Mollic Nelson, of Southland,
visited relatives here last week.
5 Miss Addie Boyd, of Salem,
friends here this week.
Hiram Williams i selling out his
household good preparing to move
R. A. LaRue and family, attended
church and visited among friends
in Hampton Saturday and Sunday.
Uncle Pete Baker, who has made
his home with Aunt Mary Franklin
for a number of years, died last Fri
day night. He was a mystery in
his manner ol life, having nothing
to do or say to anybody, shy, diffident
and always prefeiriiii: to be
alone. A stranger he came here,
has always refused to tell hh history
and no one knows what caused his
strange actions. He was harmless,
quiet and willing to do whatever he
could that you wished. W. H.
Franklin and his family have taken
care ol him some twenty-five years
Haying on hands.
Farmers are busy laying by their
There is considerable sickness.
Smith Lowery and family, of Livingston
county, were the guests of
his -on, Will, last week.
Miss Jennie Clement, oi Crayne-ville,
spent last week the guest of
friends in this section.
We had a fine rain last week which
was much needed.
A child of John Cox was buried
at Tyners Chapel last Sunday.
We want a wheat thresher
The wheat crop promisei to be
the poorest in years.
The ico cream supper at Clem
Moran's drew a big crowd July IX,
Tom Burklow and family, of
Pinckneyville, arc visiting friends
in this section.
Sonic farmers paid $1.75 for hands
the past week to work in their hay
Miss Estcs Austin, of Illinois, is
visiting the family of her uncle,
Ed Crow, of Paducah, is spending
a week in this section.
Henry Brewster and Miss Edna
Cash arc still under the eare of a
John Holloman and wife, of Mex-
LAWNS!! Dry Goods, Clothing,
6 cent lawn
for 5 cents
10 cent lawn
for 8 cents
At Cost !
ico, visited Mrs. Holloman's parents
Saturday and Suuday.
Will S. Lowery returned home
from Texas last week.
Uncle Bob Cash is still confined
to hi bed.
Otho Kemper went to Livingston
county last Sunday.
Pate Stewart and family, of Mil-ford,
visited relatives in town Sunday.
Mrs. Wheeler and Mrs. McAmis
attended the all-day meeting at
Pleasant Grove the fourth.
Rev. E. D. Boggess preached at
Lola last Wednesday night.
Relative of Kit Shepherd from
the West are visiting here this week.
Mrs. I. H. Clement and children,
alter a visit of ten days with relatives
in Blackford, returned home
Mrs. George Belt, of Sheridan,
was in town Friday.
Mrs. Hugh Watson is among the
Mr. J. B. Harris, who has had
a run on the Cumberland river for
the past month with his gasoline
boat, Carrie Lee, returned home
during the week having sold his
Rev. W. T. Nation and wife, of
Rose Dale, were in town Friday.
is out of order. You go to bed in a
bad humor and get up with a bad taste
in your mouth. You want something
to stimlate your liver. Just try
the liver reglator. A positive
cure for Constipation, Dyspepsia ana
all liver comylaints. Mrs. F . Ft.
Worth, Texas., writes: "Have used
Herbine in my family for yerrs. Words
can't express what I think about it.
Everybody in my household are happy
and well, and we owe it to Herbine.
Sold by J. H. Orme.
We had another excellent rain last
Friday. Crops are looking fine.
The Ice Cream supper at G. W.
Yates' last Saturday night was well
We regret that our popular merchant,
uncle Joe Wiggins, has left us.
R. G. Bebout, traveling salesman
forB. A. Thomas Stock Food Co.,
is visiting homo this week.
Miss Susie Say ton is visiting her
grandfather Johnson thia week.
Mrs. Tom Miller is very bad sick.
Ed Beard and Miss Bcttie Wiggins
went to Elizabethtown, 111.,
and were married. We wish them
W. B. Yates, our singing
is now at home but will leave
soon for Alabama.
There will be an ico crerm supper
and barbecue at G. D. Humphrey's
July 27. Plenty of ice creamand
barbecue, cold drinks and music from
the house top. A cake, for the
There was preaching at Moons
Sunday night, Rev. Wm. Nations
delivered the sermon.
Uncle Billy Loyd visited at uncle
Andy Woodall's Sunday.
Master Paul Deboe visited at W.
R. Brown's Sunday.
Misses Ida and Bell Sutton spent
Friday with Bertha Stallions.
Lucy Brown spent Saturday and
Sunday with her grandfather.
Miss Nona Dcboe and sister, Mrs.
Alma Morgan, went to Marion shopping
George Lone called on Miss Grace
Susan Roberts and sons, Hobcrt
and Johnie, visited her mother last
Etta Boisturc visited at Jennie
All The World
knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment
has no superior for Rheumatism, Stiff
Joints, Cuts, Sprains, Lumbago and all
pains. Buy it, try it and you will always
use it. Any body who has used
Ballard's Snow Liniment a living proof
of what it does. AH we ask of you is
to get a trial bottle. Price 25c, 50c
and $1.00, sold by J. H. Orme.
Rev. Thompson filled his regular
appointment here Saturday and Sunday.
The more be preaches the
better we like him.
Some of Esq. Jones' relatives, of
Union county, visited them Sunday.
Bert Crayne and family have moved
back to Crayneville.
Miss Dessie Binkley, of View, is
visiting the family of Uncle John
Deboe this week.
N. J. Bishop was in Sturgis on
J. N. Hill and family visited
Horace Williamson's family Sunday.
Frank Dorroh, Mrs. J. F. Canada
and Johnie Jones are on the sick
Miss Ruby Bigbam visited her
sister, Mrs. Hill, Tuesday.
Mr Threlkeld has been singing
for the Walnut Grove meeting.
Mrs. Charlie Paris, of. Marion,
visited Dr. Cook's family Saturday.
There will be prayer meeting
Man Falls Six Hundred Feet,
Colorado Springs, Col., July 10.
Frank G. Sohrieber, ago 21 years,
son of W. M. Schreber, a Shore Line
car inspector living at 912 Conejos
street, had a narrow esoape from being
dashed to death on Eagle cliff
while fighting a large female eagle
after robbing its nest of two young
birds. Schneber partly fell, rolled,
and slid down the side of the mountain,
which is rather precipitous, for
600 feet, and sustained scores of
bruises, cuts, and skin abrasions by
striking the sharp edes of rocks in
Mens and Boys 50c. Negligee Shirts, now 39c.
$2.00 Felt Hats $1.00 1.50 for $1.24. $1.25 for 99c.
Straw Hats: $1.00 for 79c. 50c. for 39c. 25c. 19c.
$3.00 Pants, now $2.49 $2.00 Pants $1.49
2.50 " " 2.19 1.50 " 1.24
181bs. Granulated Sugar $1.00
15c. Coffee for 13c.
20c. Coffee for 16.
280 lb Barrel of Salt $1.25
Schricber was assisted in robbing
the eagle's nest by a chum, Andrew
Weise. Eagle cliff is over 700 feet
high, and the nest was built in a
break in the rocks 100 feet from the
Schricber and Weise climbed to
the top of the mountain, from where
the former started down to the nest,
holding onto a quartor inch rope
which the young men had tied around
a bowlder at the top.
Schricber secured one young eagle,
but the other flew away. Schricber
tied the captured eagle to the rope,
and Weise pulled it to the top of the
cliff. Weise lowered the rope again
so that Schricber might climb back
to the top.
The mother eagle had returned by
thin time, and discovering the loss
of her young began attacking
who held onto the rope with one
hand to keep from being swept from
the face of the mountain to his death.
With his free hand Schricber pulled
his revolver and fought off the eagle,
finally striking it so hard ou the
head that it was killed.
Schneber then started to climb to
the top of the cliff, holding onto the
rope. The rope broke suddenly at a
point weakened by friction against
the rock and he began falling, slid
ing and rolling to the bottom of the
mountain, where he landed almost
unconscious. Schrieber was hurried
to town for medical attention.
The dead mother eagle measured
five feet five inches from tip to tip.
Mrs. Leta Fralick, wife of Thomas
Fralick, was born May 27, 1835 and
died June :10, 1907. She professed
faith in Christ at the age of fourteen
and joined the Piney Creek Baptist
church. She remained a member of
that congregation until Walnut Grove
was organized, she then moved her
membership to that place and remained
a member until Blackburn church
of which she became a member and
remained true until death. But God
called her away from her church, her
husband, her children, her sister and
and friends, who knew hor only to
love her, to live with Jesus and the
angels; home to heaven where there
is no pain nor death.
She was married to Thomas Fralick
November 18, 1858. To this union
were born seven children, five of
which 'still survive her. She was a
kind friend, a good wife, a loving
mother and a good neighbor, who
was a light in her own home and the
homes of others.
Funeral sarvices wcro conducted
by Jasper Crider after which her re
mains were laid to rest in the family
cemetery to await the resurrection.
She will be missed at home and by
her neighborhood and church. Weep
not dear husband, your loss is
Ice Faille Coitlnuos so Dees Hot Weather.
While the ice famine is still under
full sway in Paducah it is believed
that the break down in machinery at
the factories will be fixed by Thursday
and the suffering of thousands
to people will come to an end.
Wagons that have left the factories
by side streets in order to reach
regular cutomcrs have been "stuck-p
and never a policeman intcrferred.
The cause of tho famine was a sudden
break down in the machinery at
the ice plants. Under the present
conditions a cake a minute is turned
out at both the First street and
Third street factories. That is a
total of 2,SS0 a day and many times
too little to supply the city demand
No wagon is allowed to receive
over 20 cakes it a time a ton. Disposing
doors are not opened until
20 cakes have been taken from the
People with baskets, buckets, old
pieces of carpet and papers have
walked for blocks to buy a chunk oi
ice. Paducah News Democrat.
A few (colored men) for laborers
in foundry. No trouble; good wages;
steady work for competent men.
Plenty of colored people here. Colored
schools and churches; good
town to live in. Apply to
Mt. Vernon Cab Mfh. Co.,
Mt. Vernon, 111.
For Sale, On Time.
A good cottage house on north
Main street. Five rooms, with
hall. Good four stall stable.
Nineteen-foot well and all necessary
outbuildings. Lot 60 x
275 feet. Will sell at a bargain,
$1250. House built last year.
Opera House Barber Shop.
Fine Stock hor Sale.
Am now booking orders for choico
Shropshiie buck limbs. These lambs
are highly bred and are of the low-down,
blocky fellows. Thoroughbred shorthorn
male calf of high hrceding.
Poland China male pigs of great
merit. Your personal inspection desired.
J. R. Summers,
Mctz & Sedberry
Clean towels, first class
work, electric massage, hot
or cold bath. Give us a call.
Now Open to Guests.
100 Rooms. Fare First Clas
On daily mail route. Telephone.
F. M. DAVIDSON, Prop., Marion, Ky.
F. W. NUNN,
Rooms 2 and 4 Jenkins .Bide.,
Marion, - - Kentucky. LS
All work guaraateed. If yytK,
work proves unsatisfactory,
eall at my office at once.
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