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THURSDAY. Oct 11J0
BRYAN-KERN CLUB ORu'ANIZEl) AT
BY JUDGE BLUE
After the and interesting
address by Hon. J. W. Blue, of
a Bryan-Kern Club was organized
last night with a good sized,
Judge Blue's remarks were along
National lines altogether, and he
spoke in a plain, business-like manner.
Taking up the platforms of
the two dominant parties, he showed
by comparison that the Domocratio
party had the platform most favorable
to the people, and his argument
was free from partisan utterances,
but convinsivc that the Democratic
party, hoaded by Bryan and Kern,
was the party of the people.
Big Crowd Hears Governor
Wilson at Princeton.
Over one hundred tickets were
Eold from Marion to Princeton Tuesday
to hear Gov. Wilson speak.
Two special coaches were set out
here and these were filled. The
Marion Band accompanied the party
and made music 111 Princeton and on
tho train going and returning. Gov.
Wilson pleased tho crowd. He denounced
night riding, and praised
tho Law and Order League. His
next appointment was at Paducah.
Elect State Oiilcers as 'Hie Annual
Jouisvillo, Ky., Oct, .'. Officer
for tho ensuing year were olectod today
by tho Stato Vctorans of the
1l '( ' $ if T
1 1? - ? v'gl
Suits and Overcoats
for the Well Dressed People.
I Confederacy. p p. Johnson, of
Lexington Colonel James Rocers
of Bourbon county and Captain W.
J. Stone, of Lyon county, were
elected brigade commanders, and
Colonel Bennett H. Voting, of this
city, was elected brigade division
commander for the state.
Boyd Cruce, of Tilinc Ky., was
hero Sunday to attend the W. 0. W.
unveiling, and was the guost of rcla.
tives south of the city. At the I.
C. R. R. crossing south the city, tho
north bound passongor train came
very noar running into tho buggy
and frightonod his horse so badly
that it wherled around in the road
and run airainst tree demolishing
the buat'v, but fortunately not hurting
Mr Cruce seriously. The hore
also ceapcd sor'ntm damage. '
Mr. Kerney McCord, one of Marion's
prominent young men, was
married to Miss Sarah Hello Hunt, a
benutiful young lady, of Clay, Ky.,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. I).
Scott in Alva, Okla.. Sept. 30th.
Their many friends wish them much
joy and happincs through thoir livos.
Bonnie Wright, who is cultivamg
a crop of tobacco this yea on W. T.
Thrclkcld's farm, below town, lost
about seven thousand pounds of tobacco
last wcek'by fire. The loss falls
upon both Mr. Threlkeld and Mr.
Wright, one third to Threlkold and
two thirds to Wright. They estimate
the loss at scvon hundred dollars.
The fire origmatod in the top
of the barn. Strange to say tho
barn was saved but the tobacco burned
Had A Close Call.
Mrs Ada L. Groom, the widely
! DR. G. W. STONE. I
: Optician a n d Optrinetrlst :
J Glasses Fitted Corrcctlj.
, All Work Guaranteed.
j PRICES THE LOWEST. :
Office In Press Building.
j Marion, Kentucky. :
CAMPAIGN IS ON
GOOD AND STRONG.
Our Platform is
A house full of the most up-to-date merchandise
ever shown in the county ! The price is made,
that is the lowest ! Get in line, if you arc not,
and come and see the goodo that will do you good.
What we show is the right kind of merchandise.
known proj net r of tb Cmmh
Hotel, Vaughn, Mi. 'ays "I'"r
several months I suffered with a
cough, and consumption scorned
to have its grip on me, when a friond
recommended Dr. King's Now Discovery.
I began taking it, and
three bottles affected a compl c t c
cure." Tho fame of this life saving
cough and cold remedy, and lung
and throat healer is world wide.
Sold at J H Orme's and Hayncs &
Taylor's drug stores. ."0c and $1.00.
Trial bottle froe.
Devotional Meetlny Oct. II, 11)08.
Subject. "The finiihed revelation."
Leader Mm Nellie Sutherland.
Reading of the scripture lesson,
John, 1G, 1- lli. Rev. 2li, 13-21.
Resorcnco. "In what sense tho
Bible may be callod a rovclation."
by II. A. Hayncs
"The law of progressive Revelation
seems to indicate that Revelation
still continues." Mrs. Fannie
"In what sense the Bible is not a
finished Revelation." .1. N. Bos.
ASSIGNED FOR YEAR
Marlon Retains Itev. J. B. Adams,
Shady Grove R. C. Love, and
Tolu Robt Johnson
Owcnsboro, Ky., Oct. 5. Tho
assignments of the Louisville Annual
Conferoncc of tho M. K. churoh,
South, for tho Ilondcrson district,
are as follows:
Row J. S. Thompson, prsiding
Henderson First ohuroh Row J.
Iloudorson Clay stroot Ror. K.
Morgaufiold F. M. Thomas.
THAT'S WHAT YOU SHOULD VOTE FOR.
A Snappy Line of Ladies and Misses
The Right For the Right Price.
DRESS GOODS S I L K SWAISTING
A MS-WHITE GOODS-HOSIERY
Mnrganficld nrouit -I L. King
Moranfuld A D
S:aui;httrville T. J Randolph.
Corydou, B. A. Brandon.
Karlington, W. C. Brandon.
Hanson, R. II. Higgtns.
Hubbardsvillo, J- S. Mitcholl.
Dixon, To be supplied.
Carsvilic, T. B. Hall.
Beech Grove, G. V. Wilson.
Robards,. W. O. Riokard. ,
Sebrec, S K. Ragland.
Shady Grove, R. C. Lovo.
Marion, J, B. Adams.
Providence, L. W. Browdor,
Tolu, Robert Johnson.
Sturgis, M. L. Dyer.
Smith Mills, J. C. Brandon.
Uniontown and CateyrilU, L. V
Hampton Miseion, W, L. Kane
. A Surprised Minister.
"For many years I have been
sufferer from bronoltul catarrh, and
had despaired of anything like a
euro. Judge of my pleasant surprise
when 1 first used Hyomoi,
which biought complotc roliof.
has boon a voritable godsond."
Rev. Charles Hartlo v , Sardinia,
Thousands of catarrh suilorors
have given up in despair. They
have tried stomach dosing, s nu II,
sprays and douches without succoss,
and now believes catarh to be incurable
But Haynes & Taylor, the druggists,
holds out hope to all distressed-
They sell a remedy called Ilyomct
which is guaranteed for catarrh, colds,
coughs, bronohitis, asthma and croup.
Hyomci (pronounced High is
medicated air, full of the healthy
virtues of tho mountain pines. Vou
breathe in the delightful antiseptic
air and as it passes over the inflamed
and germ ridden membrane, it allays
the inflammation, kills tho germs,
and drives out tho disease.
A complete Hyomci outfit, including
a hard rubber inhaler, costs but
$1.00, and an extra bottlo of Hyomci,
if afterwards needed, costs but 50
cents. Sco Hayncs & Taylor about
Good Showing For Rural Routes.
The rural froc dolivory carriers aro
having all thoy arc looking for in
way of mail.
During Sopt. Nonel Hill, onrouto
No. 1, delivorod HMO lottors, papers
Wathoti Rankin on route No. 2,
SCHOOL SHOES ro,iiSs
CAMPAIGN IS ON MONETA,nE o 1
We sell nothing but the
bestand at living prices
Good Winter Shoes for
The kind that will satisfy.
Fm For all Feet
shoes for Mc
The Price Will Please All.
and colim ted ."iilii j live
t ld $1-' ' worth of stairfj a
delivered .!1J2 jnoeen, collected
lUiitt pieeos, old J11.2S wortn of
Leslie Bibbs on route No. 3, delivered
t (DO pioces, oollootod 6SS
pieces, sold f 13.1)2 worth of ntauipa.
W. K. Minnor on route No. I. delivered
332G pieces, collcctod
pieces, sold $17.37 worth of stamps.
Roy Sisco ou rooto No. 5, dohverd
Hfi'.l I piccos, collected fr!) piones,
sold $!. SI worth of stamps.
Court Bouse to be Lighted by
The Ftsoal court in session Wednea
day contracted with Marion Kleetrie
Lisbt & Ice Co, to put electric
I lights in the court hoaM. This is a
Inecesily which should have been pot
' in before and will dd much to the
1 comfort nod safrty of the county
Dry, and the farmer are having a
Fanners will eoniwenee husking
corn this woek.
Bill Tyner and son Josse attended
the fair at Golconda last week.
J. II. Broustor will loave for Kansas
K. K. Harponding, of Francis, visited
friends in this section this woek.
James Mahan has a sick child under
the caro of a doctor.
Bob Cash and Clem Morgan will
loavo for Missouri about tho lfith.
John Capron has moved on the
James Mahau farm.
Wo understand that our old friend
Judge Honry Rapolco and Judgo C.
It. Stevens aro making proporation
to leavo Nov. 10th lor south Afrtcas
Judgo Slovens goes as a special artist
Thoro is only about ten per cent
of a wheat crop sown so far.
Will lludsou, of Salem, was in
this section last week looking after
Judgo Steven's hhecp ranch.
Tom Harponding, of Marion,
spont Sunday tho guoct of his father's
Joo Parkor and wife, ol Snlem,
wcro of rolutivcs in this section
Frod White and wife, of Ktimaus,
woro iho guests of rolativos Sunday.
Many of of our pcoplo aro
I nlllM.' !! 1 - . fcT
L4LHLO I i.vl Shoes in .111 tllC StMCb
and Girls. $1
ing tt.. . at I nt.n
I noli' unth Lowcry has been on
fined to his room for (he pail six or
oight weeks with some trouolo in
If rain does not fall soon there
will bo a water famine on the bluff.
Rev Grant Hu
hos closed a
two wooks' mooting at Dun
Springs Sunday. Ho wa asistod
by Rer. II. C. Hopowell of Sturgis.
There were several professions and
additions to the church.
Mrs. Robert Johnson and children,
Keen and Katnra, of Toln, visited
friends in this section Satnnlaj.
Henry Threlkeld and fumily attended
church at Dun Spriojrs Fuwdsv,
Bro. Hopewell, of Sturgis. ho
AMietcd the pnetor in tho Dun
Springe meeting left Fnturday for
Mrs. Kobert Fltnerj, or Marion.
Tisited at i!d Cook's Inst week.
Charlie Walker and sous, Clarence
and OIHe, and Leo and AI
Kneley attended the Woodmen
veiling t Marion Sunday.
Mrs. J. S. Henry, of Marion, was
visiting rolativos hero Saturday.
Prud, the son of Hobort Gibbs,
diod Monday, after an illness of several
wooks. Ho was a bright boy,
and tho boroaved parents have tho
svmpatlty of the ontirc community.
The burial was at Caldwell Springs
T. II. Butlor has sold his intorest
in the store of T. H. Butler & Co
to John Hughes and the stylo of the
firm is now J. W. Hughes & Son.
Our toaohors, Prof. Gibson, Miss,
cs McGregor and McChosncy, spent
Sunday at Princeton.
Row Andre preached at tho
church Sunday morning and
Will Mc Klroy and wife, of
were here Monday.
Miss Mattio Henry, of Marion, is
visiting Mrs. James Young.
Row Oakloy will preach at tho
Presbyterian churoh next Sunday at
J. L. Bay, Willis Ray T. B.
Hiighos and J. 1. Loyd woro in
.Clyde Boa, Dycusburg, has a
in Sam Howorton's drv nil