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$ EXPERIENCE COUNTS Whcn buying froni us yo'! et the
5 J FIRST, LAST AND ALWAYS. Benefit of our Experience in Buying.
HRMRMflRRf That we not
OTf ience in buying; but that, wo also
in mikitinn in nnr
MM Pr'ce, We carry tho LARGEST
sy the State.
When in town, wc invite
gig) wheahcr you intend to
ROOFING ! ROOFING !
We hav just Unloaded a Car Load of STEEL ROOFING, this
Roofing is in Fine Shape, dot Scared and Bent out of shape by handling
Fill! Seventv Pound tn tho Snnnre. Wi win furnish thii nrnfincr !n nnv
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length you may desire and will Guarantee to Save you Money.
JKq "Phone" us your orders.
J Main Street.
Robert Sle.unaKer, of Tolu, attended
church at Hebron Sunday.
Miss Hobie Martin, who has been
in Johnson City. 111., for some time,
has returned homo.
Hebron and Brown baseball nines
crossed bats on the Hebron diamond
Saturday afternoon, the score being
44 to 10 In favor of Hebron.
Glnddys Franks, of near Marlon,
visited In this section last week.
Miss Ruth Cook entered school at
Miss Cleo Gantner, of Henderson,
who has been visiting at Chas. Walker's
for the past week, has returned
Bill Love, of Hurricane vicinity,
attended church at Hebron Sunday,
more than 500 school buildings of
the city In shape for the opening of
the coming season. It Is expected
that the total enrollment for the
coming season will be 720,000, or
35,000 In excess of the enrollment
Rodper Wathen attended the tent
meeting at Mattoon Sundav
Born to Mr. and Mrs Roe Williams,
on September 1. a fine boy.
Mr. Wm. Fowler, from Marlon,
as the guest of his son, James
Mr. arid Mrs. B. F. Wnlker. were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Price, of Levin?, on last Sunday.
Mrs. J. X. Hill and children, and
Tommy Searcv, of Crayne. were
pleasant callers on Miss Ruby Big-ham
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ward and
children, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Bigham Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs Ed. Rushing, from
Star neighborhood were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Elders last
Saturday and August 29th
Messrs. Burt Ci.-.ye and family
and John Geitermous and family, of
Craye. weie the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. .Inms Canada on last Sunday,
Francis Daniels, from Marlon,
passed through this neighborhood
Miss Pearl Hill was the guest of
Miss Ruby nighnm on last Saturday
and Sunday. August 29th and 30th.
Housing tobacco is order day.
Messrs. W. W. Ward "nd E H. Big-ham.
H. O. HIP. T P. Mlnner and
Will Ilorroh are ail bousing their tobacco
Miss Nellie Adams Is the gnest of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wheeler, of
View, this w "el-Mr.
Will was tlnough
this precinct buvln fat Mock this
A nice bunch of hay In this neighborhood
to be baled.
For Sale A 22-Inch heating sfive.
Will give come one a bargain.
W. H. BIGHAM.
Rr.In Is n itle.1 wiv badlv in thN
The Bherlfl was here last week
mbpoenlng witnesses In the Henry
Curtis Han'en le;t here last week
for Crayne, where he will soon taUo
till his school.
Edwnrd Large, of Wheatcroft. Is
visiting relatives here this wWc.
Mrs. Helen Hardesty left here last
week for Wheatcrort to visit her
daughter. Mrs Bessie Roblson
Mrs. Lee FunkhoiiEor. who has
been very ill for horao time, is slow
Mr. Owen Speese and Odla Ram-.
age. of CarsMlIc, wosc m our miist
13 y'& y1tT
a y.;.mC. Iffgoox
EXPERIENCE ! !
only have had fifteen vears
buy in quanitics, and by so doinp; are
the benefit nf nnr I.nweaf Pnqcilili.
LINE of HARDWARE in this end of ,
you to call and see us
purchase or not.
T- H. Cochran
I Miss Corn HlghHU visited relatives
at Tub 1 1st week.
Mr 1 II Moore of Morlev Mo.,
is isftinB his nioth.r this week
1 S. from heie attended the
protuuted riK'tAttiiK at Pitney last
Mr. J. A. Sullinger has old hi
tore to E. W. Belt.
M RmniH Clark will teach the
''. U.'iii?T trhool thin term. We wish
her much success with her school.
Miss Susie Scott was tho guest
of friends and relatives hero last
Mr. Fred Brown anil family and
Mrs Lena White went to Carrsvllle
T. P. Woolsey. of Fords Ferry,
was here last Tuesday.
Miss Cleo Clemens was here shopping
Mr John D. Barnes and Tobe
James, of Fords Ferry, were in our
vicinity Sundny evening.
Mr Jess Hlghfll and Miss isuin
McMaster eloped and went over to
K town last Tuesday night, where
they were united In the solemn vows
of matrimony. We wish them both
a happy life.
Mr. Ed Mott and ramlly visited
the family of Mr. Hugh McMaster
Mr. John Ed. Bracy was In Irma
one day last week.
Clarence and Formle Berencar, of
Lola, were here Saturday.
Mr. Dellar Monroe and wife, of
Padiicnh, lslted in our midst last
Sam Howerton and family
last week from their summer vacation.
Mrs. G. D Tutt visited relntlves
in Madlsonvllle last week.
J. M. McClurnej and wife, of Marion,
spent Sunda with W. K. Cox
Frank Milllcan, of Paducah. was
heie Monday en route home from a
visit to bis father In Crittenden
Robert Jackson and family, of
Drurburg. spent last week with his
father, J. It. Jackson.
Maxwell Bros, are putting a big
Mock of furniture in the vacant room
in the Rice Block.
Clde Boaz, of Dycurburg. was
lsltlng relatives here Inst week.
Wanted Xew sorghum. Bennett
Miss Georgia Boaz visiting relatives
The hchool here will probably commence
Our farmers will get about
through cutting tobacco this week.
Flour 55 cents per sack. Rennetl
We chionicle the death of another
aged and respected citizen In the
pel son of Uncle Sol Boaz, whose remains
were Interred at Caldwell
Springs cemetery on the 7th inst.
Rev. W E. Charles has been quite
sick at his brotehr's home In Brazil.
Tenn., but Is now convalescing.
On last Monday (Ang 31st) Mrs-
V B. Dyonii entertained a few friends
and Relatives In honor of her
uuiiu a uiituuu), i
Deed Brown visited Mrs. Sal-1
He Buze, who continues oulte !
Mi. and Mis Ed James of Edd-
Xille. rlsited relatives here last
Mr. and .1r Ed llalton and Mrs
Mattie Wadltngton went tlHhlng one
Mrs. Mjgglc Hoon and daugl 'er,
M!s Ina, wore in twon one dav last
Miss Ross, of Grand Rive: is the
gust of Mls lillllu Decker
Mrs. Thos. Brasiea, ace 'inpanleil
b her a-god aunt. Temporv
Brasies. rlsltod relative in Livingston
county sevwral d during tbo
Mr. Frnntt I)asbe of i'rinfetfin.
was htr& on Ky.il busisgn. one day
Mrs Maon, of C.iUell .Suring s
I I ill 1 1 Mia mil
JT4? 7. c
-s.-.k ml miArOttizs ArtLffO' TLLt'tiJ: .,. Trrvhr. "' .''"l
CAnni ETC DDinni cc
We are anxious if hrve you call
anh sice our extensive llm i f ,
Saddles, Rriddlcs, and Harness. We have Saddles of all Stlcs in..
Sizes, end we can suit the most fastidnous customer Come in and e
t.ur line. We guarantee all three Quality, Price and sntisfnetiot
We have Hriiibs, Collars and Rreechin p, that UuK good, wc.i
Kd ai 1 are pood
If you arc Ion!:.:.: 'or a pleasure vehicle of any
kind, "Seek no uc have litem in all styles
and widths. We can sell you a good Surrey and Harness
with our giMnp'f c behind it for $75.00
A better one lor , $85.00
A better one still, for
And something extraordinary
Come in look them over.
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.Mrs .1 IJ .mil All (.iimh'
I Clifton visited their nun- Mr
, J.inies Ura-les Simdiiy
I'rol Clans m vixiiliiK r l.iiu. .it
Ottr I'o.i.l .itnl Immkoii Sirtn
Miss Nell fititiu and Ony t'on's
were ilsible in our town Snnd.i
J C. Beunelt .mil fnnillv vigil. d
' in me country faiimlny.
Mrs. George Campbell and little
"on were in town one ilny lat wttk
un hue uobiton of Krlwy. was
the guest of Mrs. Own Boat during
Miss Alma Campbell spent one dav
list with Mrs J. U. (J lac
It's a pity when iok onos drug tho
stomach or stinulate tho Heart and
Kidneys. Thai is all wrong' A weal
Stomach, means weak Stomach nervos
always. And this alo true of the
Heart and Kid f. The weak
nerves arc u crying out for
help. Thi why Dr. Shoop's
Restorative is promptly holping
Stomach near and Kidney ailment.".
Th" R orativc reaches out for the
actu ause A these ailments-the
fai t iz nerves.' Anyway
te the Reiterative 4S hours, h
won't cure oon as that, but yon
ilNure know that help is coming,
sold by f ti. Ormc.
The Fanners' Union picnic at
Hurricane Saturday was largely attended
people from all over Crittenden
county were there.
Mis Irma Sullengcr is visiting
relatives at Fords Kerry this week.
Laweince Tackwcll went to Marion
A large amount of stock was delivered
hero Saturday to the stock
buyer, Mr. Mastic.
Mr. Persons, the mineral man,
was here .Monday looking at some
property of S. S. Sullengcr.
Lcoward Brewster was at
The protracted meeting at Deer
Urcek is progressing t iccly, and
large crowds are attending.
Mrs. Mollic Thompson and Mr.
Lacy Thompson was here shopping
Jim Khngton, of Missouri, is
iting relatives here this week.
Mefsrs. RobertBon aud Xortoi. ,
wcrc uerc aaturriay. i
Shcflor Sullenj;rr happened to a
very painful ncideut by a road
Miss Ethel White is the euest , f
relatives in Moilcy, Mo.
Muses Pearl and HerthaSullc ger
viiitcd near Carrcville last week
vn ioriiay tnc th. inst, our
school opined with fine altendancc. '
Hugh ('. returned to l'aducal. .
t', '. r.f r
sinn tu I
for $115.00 it
4. 444 v vi vi 4444.4'
hi' i week win re lir cntrrt -. i n
again with our bcit wmln
Miss Rhoa. the bright and attra -
we daughter of K Cooksey, re.
entered ;obool at St. Vincent.
Clarence Danshtery returned to
.Missouri last week-, aocompanied by
Fruownn Hamate. Quits a Number
of rouna uteu bare left their "oM
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i mi -- i i r i . s imi .uth
tin wi rl i i ! i MitHtfucliMi I
i.i.iit lit w.i.ntl it uillivi' tie In ht
ii.ru in unit it ' lil.ilir.
KeutuckT home'' for Missouri. Weihf,B, '' w
sincerely hoie they will all be good
lames C. Glenn, of Kuitawa, wa'i'h "' 4nnt nd them
. . ... , . Uh oien arms Vn4 h ni i ' lit-
la our burg Wednesday. ,UM, b.,d nn, h . ,Kll1 , ,
,, ... , . , llhe opposing tribe on i; "ti L.iflf
Heury Riee, of Iredoaia, wng hrtigrottnd and twit van.iuU'x.i Unn'
one day last week. And more than dinar) i-ill itJs"
ht firs' thrv h ! irtiiinMd s
Mrs. I'aync. of Kuttawa. s tli
,..., o: .Mrs. fe. II. Laisady.
i r i ii ri it
rof. .1. R. Glats is .-lowly
provint from an attaek of malarial
Mrs. Lena Nelson, of Grand Rivers,
is spending the week with relatives
at this place.
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$ X SPOIcitNG
rh. i.ani naihtd
I 1 t'U"JIiIJ BUU HNHU
rlal!. Lit itli pleat- of honor
otherwise. Ttir brass band nd a
rfttf rrowd nf loxal iniiirri. iuih
I '' r bin uni.l hr had tti
drtn Ms In uii'dlUtlnn
amor. t.i un I it lit and
les of plr 1ld Fo.- Sis"
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I U'Uls Broi. mtm nailed nut of th-
bos aul took up work as
a side Una against sluggers And In'
ih second the btg
leaguer an ImiieU m bard trut If,
b" could have gotten It he would
I otevens slid rour of mem 'arnetJ i
,, , rHl tMnt of ,.,,. ,
;cauw nf runs being made off hlitii
to his sttpiHirt. but lie was bit hard, j
clean and eonreeutlvel) in this gnm
and cant blame M,,v one but Slnno
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! Madlsonllle wnutetl to fee (Jos - 1
,,, ,hl. mo mHl ,,., In M
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icomnitjiiced teaching ncbool ou the
JjBfi h(, ,,,, ot b0 thoro To . k
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Pwden P'hei, and the mere not
disappointed In choice. For
ln(! torond 8mm. nld reliable Tim
Keeler and his spit ball niflclntnl
, Enough said there ihen sow i
.Marion had a few rooters In ihei
Mrs. U ill w adhngton. or Kutta.0uy
wa, visited relatives bore last week.
Miss Nola Paris will enter the
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Dycusburg school Monday.
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Our Presiding hlder. Hro. Lewi..
1 1 -. .L VI I" 1 1 .! i
preached at the M. K. church Wed-
Mr Myrtle .iackon and little
daughter, Jennie, recently pcnt
cral i ,t.. with friends j and relatives
Fred Kamagc was in Princeton la't
week on business.
Ira Ilcnnctt, wife and little son.
of Krodnnia, wore :ho Kiio.t5 of Mr.
I. I I. t .1 " mw iiidi hiiiiiv uuilirii
Mrs. R. J. Robertson one diyte,1 ag .Int II .i'n ral badall the
last week. .best f ! u 'nTtncfble It,
light plans uuil l) liU great pitch
Mrs. Lou Miles, of Fredonia, nuA hl?x crk '(d thr oppo.
.... , , Ing b:.tt(ra on their beads He
itcd relatives in town recently. St,,,,!, ,,.. it men and sllowed sl
. c!, c . ... j hits, ar, o.d i to MadlMiiivllle s of-
Mr?. Sidney Sexton, of Iuka, was1,),),, ..oVr Marlon did not hi: so
tbn i.iiii nf fr .1 M C.. ,. lt
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.'ir. cauic itODinsnn visuca in tlie
Supt. Paris vi'ited our school
MifiB Maude K.clurds will teach
chool near New Salem church at the
Childress school bouse this fall.
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
Wc have the celebrated Tradcwiter
coal for sale which is among the very
bct grades of cm! to be found in
mis fiectiOD; it is second to none.
The name (Tradcwater Coal) is established
and known all over this
country as being the very bct to be
had, nevertheless wc will sell a low
as aDy. Uivc us a trial and bo hap
pily convinced when the time comes
f.ir its Hn that mil linvn ilm l..si
, , .
nl you ever .is od in your file.
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sinuc lor yeiir iinrii'" Ii
Marion Ky. 4
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Krl . 1 1 i Journals. I
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rtt f in- c Biiidn Tabr
tituhlc plr K ...i ti Mltihlt
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Heeling Sept. 20lh. 1905.
Ledt r M. utlu Rumoii.
i,ii .t'lin.i (. 'ord of oer
fcenpiuis he-son .lulm, 1-1-1.,
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Seriptnre ' Leader,
Llwist the onrr ( all Truth -
I "riie writiea Clifton.
'Tho study of the word"-Mary Gilbert.
"vLiinun wf I nteltout say tbuut
the Hibit Walker.
i:choi:.s iitn.M thi; "iNSTrnni."
nut Tin: "itEcoitn pit ess."
Fellow Tear hers Did we not
hae a total tlnie" After such a.
"Feast of ItenHon and Flow of Soul."
I feel ui enthusiasm rising higher
higher I hone tn rench Prof
Chapman's standard bj the time I
begin m work
I The .iddresROH mul the devotlounl
(exeriiseM were all so appropriate and
impressive, tnnt am sure he
sons taught bv them will not be lout
I f" ' 'hit I hut voice the sentiment
"f the tin Ire membership, wheu I
i "'.ink our worthy Superintendent.
"bo nrrangd all the tletnlls of the
work so smoothly und unobtrusheljr
oUlcers wtire n credit to bis
I d. Ing everjthliiB so well ProL
! was r.intl and loveahle
I vote to Jinve liliu again.
'fter a weK's association with tin
teaihers of Crittenden count?, I am
proud to lie one of them. T wish to
tike off niy hat to Prof. J. B Klnff
and the teachers of Marlon Ornded
tnds. but Ab.- FImon. nn olu
Ma-ion ixy was not one of them A
great delegatiuii Ironi Eurlttigior:
tu lied hard and ionR fnr Ilunlen and
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aflen r i irnlnm 1'rl rofmt ilw. .I.vi
' before, but bit with htier resulls
s hits came wbon they ctmnted Re
i suit A scon.
fc'coro of Of game
Marlon 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 i
Journa - .. 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0- -It
Hit -Ma-' n. 6; Jouinnls. 6.
Erro.' Mai Ion. 2. Jouinnls, 3
Batteries C. Burden and I)nln.iand
UOBklns, T. Burden and Stone
Two brse hit' -C Burden, Stone
truck out P BuiJotl i. hv linn -
nu nn i- iitiiden (21.
TJf 'hefei ';oue
U'ltl p .'at a C Be. den (2).
'n the snond f inw Ke.r pitched
gainst Ssteveus MadlsiinTlllo picked
i: 3 or.s in 'tie fln' tl Innings on
count t,f sotu sl Ueb. ng on the
ld rroutid. i.n'' t' fun b Iiir In
Ik ilayerV (im ,w s having
' m.t. uf a sliin fun. .nit Ulh ilrtam
,, udelv .hr. led A litl.. ....n.
..t occui : In th. that
s Inteuib 1 to scar- Marlon to
'eatb, ni fttevo": bf ng from the
..lu'ht r 1 . or r Aa not
to ,j like taat In
darllsh rem .inorted Ultu ,md
if wrb on s' ll' m Hie elliilC
In ire . .Ith the riire 3 to
1 In 1 our JadlsonvUle,
ill St M '-1 y. M!Whe was walkout,
to or ! I., rm
iio jrlng Keelr nnd Bur-
c! n hit foj ; . o haws scoring Mlt Vli
.nid Davln. No douWt Marlon niuld
b4ve mafle imoi Iiui Keeer Bd he
I "em so they stopped i
'n till- usiae Madlstin. 'lie t link
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uin i. " .. i:
oft a iA, tliat uii uoiu
teaf '. vt e, on I'are
h te p.ne. but snld
ng : i u -; ti sMU Jteajp
.;.c. ,,. ... , ZM dwkUrt,
dl.lueut nplnUK .f ik viUjy ti
" ""'bl make a nrettV
B) - JlllgV
school, who did ?o much to make our
Institute a success. Was not our
Thorn" plo lino ami full of meat?
I henitilv congratulate all lh
especially the ladles, not
merely becniue they ire I.kIIoh, but
beeae they nre huoIi as they me
Fellow Teachers Lot us each one
'ake to hlinsolf, Paul's ndntonllloii
"But WHleh (biai. In all things,
nflllMtlnni. do tbe work of an
vsiuelNi nuke full prwof of they
'. ' us in", i hli of (rle'idsliJjt.
free fr'im peltr lenlotiMes, a ad riiAifi
''"If .iili n d.u I'liila.tiloM to awlst
' u"t(.r, nud fun- Siiperliitendont
'J uilnglig ( u sfift '"
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