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Lx! Ladies Spring
fctnt to Evanavillu Wctlncuday.
Phone us for a barrel of Lime.
Olive &. Walker.
Ira Robinson and a W. Grady, of
Weston, were in the city Wednesday.
Mrs. S. M. JenkinH is the Rticat of
Irs. M H. Lockyearin Evanavillethis
Mrs. P. H. Debo went to Hlackford
IVednesday to visit her son, W. A.
Hrinir vour chickens and efrira to
' Morris & Yates and get the highest
i market prices.
C. P. NokkIc is in Evansville where
bo thinks or accepting a posiuun wun
large wholesale house.
Mrs. Clayton P. Noggle and children,
Dudley and Leona. were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Noggle at
At Mrs. Tinsloy'tt, Ladies nice trim-
lined hats $1.00-a special bargain
while they last Kibboas and flowers
Ion special sale. A nice picco of gran
ite ware given with each dollar wqr.tn.
Miss Nannie Dean is confined at her
horn six miles north of the city with
tvthoid fever, and latest reports are
that she is not getting along very well,
Evervthinir in furnituro line nt bar-
ain prices, at Mrs. Tinsley'fl.
Tiivlor Guess and wife, of Tolu,
ppont a few days in the city this wcok.
Mr. Guess being under the care of Dr.
, 0, Dixon.
Karl Gcrmnln. the Wizard, exposes
the methods used by Mediums in slate
mttimrs. table tmpings etc., etc., at
the School Auditorium Wednesday eve
ning, April 14th. Do not mios this line
Senator P. S. Maxwell left Tuesday
afternoon for Ardmore. Okla , to visit
sis folks. The senator didn.t admit it,
It tho fact is, he is getting quite fond
' Miss Carolyn Strahley, of" Ardmoro.
C. T. Haker, of Gudnison, Miss.,
1ved Wednesday to visit Thos. M.
and familv. Mrs. T. G. Daniels
Dther relatives of hiB wife.
BcdBtead.s 50 cents to $lo,00 ut Mrs
Hnsley's, nlso cook stoves $1,00 to
H. R. Stembridge ami son, of Iron
Hill, visiteil relatives hero Saturday
Just recievod nnother lot of nico
clean Whippoorwill Stock Pens.
Olive & Walker.
J. C. Walter and wife, of Crider,
wera tho gueBts of her brothers, the
Messrs. Stcmdridgu Sunday.
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Iouih, Mo., were tic fUu.n of J M
Freeman and fumih Sumi)s.
Mench, who wiit f.itn"rlj Mi M .
Freeman, Is a nic :" Mr. Fi.- tnui
They were on tin ir budul trip
Karl Germain, the Wi:nil. at
Auditorium, A j ri I 14 h, N Mi"
moat famous mugichn een in
Marion. He uill th methiMN
of Spiritualistic Medium
Miss Mayo Ixive left lant week for
Sharon, Pa., to s-e her sister, Mrs.
Tilli Flanary, who h d In.- n quite .iic
but is now improviug and hopes ioori
to be able to bo up.
Send in your Old Hurnesi and we
will make them as good as new.
Olive & Walker
Isaac N. Young, of WelUford, Ka.i.,
who was called here on account of the
Mtious Illness of his mother, Mrs.
Nan-y Young, left Thursday for his
home, as she was better.
J. D. Ashcr and Albert McConrell
were in Sturgis lait week on a business
trip. Jeff says Albert is thinking of
buying an automobile like the one he
rode in at Sturgis to deliver the products
of tho Marion Milling Co.
Bring your chickens and eggs t
Morris & Yntes and get the highest
Mrs. E. J. Murphy, of Paducah, and
Mrs. C. T. Haker, of Gunnison, Miss.,
were called here by the illntss und
death of their sister; Mr. Everest
WANTKD M.rkinr bird A
friend in Warliinrion Mate ann
mocking birds. If any of our readers
have any to sell lit us know.
The Hi-cord Press.
Herbert Morris, who wns quite ill
and detained at hN hmne sever il d.iys
this week with la urip, is now better
and able to be up nc'iin.
Mrs. ColumbuH Nealy has returned
from St. Louis, when1 ahe spent n
week with her husband. On way
home she also visited her sister, Mrs.
S. H. Crmwell, of Hendirson.
Wo have secured the celebrate
juror, Karl Germain, for the next attraction
in tho Entertainment Course.
Germain and Co., are sent an a substi
tute for the Singers & Players' Club
and will appear at the School Auditorium
Wednesday evening, April 14th.
Mr. an-1 Mrs. Robert White, of
City, Ky., visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Duvall, this week.
Mrs. Wliite, formerly Mrs. Llllie Duvall
McConnoll, and this is her first
visit hero since her marriage, and her
friends are glad to have her with them,
and to know her husband.
Don't fail to call and see
the newest and most exclusive
designs in Spring Millinery
at Mrs. E. L. Franklin's,
Salem, Ky. tf.
Dr ! h ' i It and pupils
Mh i "i (Jiaild and High Schools,
f wivh ii ."Vend to t e arums clubs
anil ct r a ur hrartMt thanks for
the vuluiMe miuMnw rendered by
them lur ne hi Art Exhibit recently
held re. To the Music Club and other
musicians of th citv. our thanks are
dui for lh del'"h'fui program rendered
Thursduv tvf inc. We nssuure you
thttt we trchto vour kindness in
reanoi'ip1 g ' ou- ca'l forhelp. To the
ChiiinMTi Club, wo tenderour thanks
rnr thi r'ct'ttion and refreshments
given lv tho o'ub on Saturday afternoon.
Thi who1"' of the
feairo of the exhibit and one
that will :l"i- l remembered. We
wish too, thunk th" Chautauqua forth"
beautiful picture. "The Signing of the
declaration of Independence" which
you have selrted for the presentation
to the school. Long after you leave
this world, you win be remembered by
by this school for your thoughtful generosity-
To the citizens In general who
helped with wntda of encouragement
and by their presence to make the
success both socially and financially,
we tender our sincere thanks
and assure you that your interest in the
school is appreciated more than we
can express in words.
JOHN P. KINO, Supt.
A wedding in which quite a little
now centers will occur Wednesday
afternoon. April 14th, at half past
three o'clock wu,en Miss Verlie Coff-man
will become the bride of Mr.
Dudley Koltinsky. The bride-elect
is the charming daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Roht. L. Coffman and the
groom is a prom'nent business man "f
Marion. Kv. The wedding will take
place at the homo of the bride's parents.
ANTON A CniOKKN?.
irrexterU laying chickens. Hpgs
50 cent'1 at my or 75 cents deli
verod at exprc offiee.
Mhh Kkanoks .Jackson,
R. H. No. 2, box 41. lm
New Tariff On fluorspar.
TJie4.'ayno Tariff bill which .will
pass the lower housn next Mon-d
iy contains a provision putting a
tnrfff of $1.50 on fluorspar instend of
50. cents as now. Jt is hoped by Jthe
friends of tile measure that it will pass
tV sennte also, but that remains to
Aibor Day was celebrated in Marion
by many citizens. About one hundred
trees were set on Mary avenue, the
new southern extension of Main street
which was named for Mrs. Mary Ford,
the mother of W. R. Cruce, who has
worked so hard to get this street opened,
anl for Mr. Mary Baker, the wife
: fVit' -si
For Dress Goods,
Silks, Wool Taffetas,
Wool Voiles, Silk
Chiffon Brilliants or
almost any of the
new things In
White Goods, Laces
and Plain Net, Belt,
and Hand Bags,
Lion Brand Shirts and
collars arc the best by
of A. J. Haker, who also took great
interest in this roud, and Mrs. Mary
Hlue, wife of Muyor Blue the Illinois
Central railroad attorney, who advised
the company to put in the crossing and
1 for Mrs. Mary Wilson, wife of R. W.
Wilson, who owned the land until re-
j cently, and for Mrs. Mary Jenkins,
I mother of S, M. Jenkins, who gave the
' land for the street.
, At the Graded School Prof. King and!
his enthusiastic pupils set a number of
1 trees on the campas, one being set and
( nnmnl hv narh nf tho trrnHou
Quite a number were set in other
parts of the city.
1 Puerto Real, Spain., April 3. Vice
j Admiral Pascual Cervera, who com-
manded the Sanish fleet in the battle
of Santiago de Cuba, died here this
NOTICE TO TOBACCO
Owing to conditions over which we
have no control, wo are compelled to
close the factory at this place after
April 7, until further notice. Your
executive board and general manager
have done everything in their power
to keep their house ooen but, owing to
the fact that so much tobacco has
been deliveredin -bad condition, it- is
necessary to work it up immediately
or it wilt damage in bulk.
There is another matter we would
impress on the minds of the tobacco
growers of thi3 connty. Your committee
sold nearly one million pounds
of Crittenden county tobacco and
agreed to deliver it to the buyer's factories
at Providence, Madisonville or
Nebo. Up to this time not half of
this amount has been delivered. The
Providence factory has been filled and
closed for the season. The Imperial
Co. at Nebo is wanting this Crittenden
county tobacco nnd the representative
of thnt company is calling on
your genenal manager to carry out
Now what shall we do alout it?
The tobacco is qold at a good price, if
delivered at the buyer's factory. It is
unsold if it is delivered, here. We, expect
the buver to fulftltfis contract.
Have we enough businea' Integrity to
go to the trouble of hauljng our tobacco
a few miles farther in order to carry
out onr obtions? What will the
buyers think of- us next year if we
fail to live up 'to our contracts this
year? Do you want to get, promptly,
what is due you on your warehouse
certificate? Then let every good Association
man, who can posiibly do so,
deliver his tobacco to Nebo.
Bv P. F. Wheeler.
Llvlnystiin liminly Notes.
(From Smithland Bannkk.)
Col. W. F. Cowper ufter a thre
weeks' sojourn in Oklahoma returned
Don't fail to look at our
Rugs and Mattings.
Its to Your Inferest
Our Line of Nats
We get new ones in almost
every week and we always
have the very, very Newest
Things in this iine'and they
cost you no more than oth
ers charge for older styles
Tuesday to visit his parents and family
vill soon return to the new state with
his family to permanently locate there.
He likes the new state fine.
Dr. J. D Threldkeld, of Salem, has
moved to Dawson, Ky., where he will
engage in the practice of his profession.
His son, Roy L. Threldkeld, former
cashier of Salem Bank, has also
moved to the same city where he will
join his father in looking after the
New Century hotel now owned jointly
by Dr. Threlkeld and his partner, Dr.
J. V. Hayded, of Salem.
Z. T. Coker and family, his son-in-law,
James D. Perkins, and sons,
Thomas and Hugh Coker, started, for
Arkansas last Tuesday. Tom leaves a
repleving bond, due since March 15th,
unpaid, and also forthcoming bond to
answer an indictment at the coming
April term of court. His father, Z.
T. Coker, is surety on all of them.
Tho county executive committee,
also the district officers, are requested
to meet at the office of J. W. Blue on
Monday, April 12, at 1 o'clock p. m.
to consider when and where we , will
hold the county and district conventions.
Any one wanting county or
district convention will please write or
come before committee.
E. F. Dean, Co. Pres.
James Alexander Hill, Sec.
Dr. H. A Slayden.
: Veterinarian :
Answers all calls Day or Night,
has a full outfit of instruments.
Marion, - - Kentucky.
Dwotlonal Meeting To Be Held At
The M.lhiirnb April .
Subject: "Comforted by the risen
Leader: Miss Ruth Cook.
Prayer, followed by song.
Responsive Reading, Psalms j7: 3.
Scripture Reading John 20: 11-29.
Song Quartet: By Misses Susie
Boston, Nnnnie Rochester, Gussie
and Nellie Sutherland.
Select Readings ' "The risen Savior
gives comfort to the sinner." Miss
"The risen Savior gives comfort to
the disciple." Miss Nello Olive.
"Concerning our friends who have
died, we hnve comfort through the
risen Savior." Mamie Haynes.
Open Meeting: "What testimony to
have found where O
they can get good fcr
and our trade con-
tinues to increase all (J?
the time in this de-
We have them for
MEN, WOMEN AND 21
IN PATENST TANS
KIDS and WHITE. S&
We Save You Money (?
When You Buy From Us. gjr
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Mayor John W. Hluc, wife and on
the living Christ have we in the forgiveness
An April Bride Flic reni
finite Me I.
At the home of the bride's father,
Z. T. Terry, Esquire, in the Hebron
vicinity, on Wednesday afternoon,
April 7, Miss Lena Terry was united
in marriage to John M. Guess, of
Tolu, a son of Mrs. Sarah Guess and
the late Jos. W. Guess.
The bride is a strikingly handsome
blonde and related to many of the
county's best people, the Terrys.
Deans and Witherspoons. She graduated
from the Marion school aud has
a host of friends here, where she lived
for several years during her school life.
The groom is likewise highly connected
with the Shanks, Barnes, Cook,
and Yeakey families.
They start out on the matrimonial
sea with bright propeots of a happy
voyage, and the wish of the editor is
that their brightest dreams may be
leii't Be a Hother-li. Haste.
If you are a haste,
you oan expect to have nervous,
irritable children, for a child fcl
hts environments keenly; and where
there is unrest and a lack of po:se in
the home, it gets into tho child's
disposition and then reacts on jaur
Therefore, My Lady, tako time to
bo quint and deliberate in your actions
and do not be 'busy" when
the boy wants you to pass judgment
on the snow-man be ia building,
even though it necessitates your
putting on your golf cape to go and
inspect it. Or, when he wants his
reins mended or a button sewed oa
his uniform, do it willingly.
And, above all, let him understand
that you are never too much
in hasto to lay down what yov are
doing, if ho, roctless and fretful,
wants a little petting. The April"
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