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TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
VOL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUG., 10 1909 NUMBER II
I li K t A I K U b I I U N S A I. h
j The Greatest Reduction Sale ever Inaugerated in Marion, Is still in Progress and the Greatest Opportunity for Buying the Best
uoods tor the Least Money is yours
I am over-stocked and to reduce it, I am selling every article in my entire stock at a greatly reduced price. This reduction applies to goods just com"
ing in as well as to any other portion of the stock. It is all new for that matter; Come see for yourself. It is the only way you will have of really knowing
I have used the best possible judgment in the selection of this large stock and there is nothing old or shelf-worn in it. I am not forced to sell, but the fact that I
am over-stocked suggeststhe idea of reducing it by greatly reducing the price andiet me assure you that all through the month of August this Slaughter in prices wil
continue. I am selling as I promised through my advertisement and will so continue.
3J Money saved is money made. If I can save you money on what you need is it not policy for you to buy trom me? I am not go-
ii ing to quit pusisess, put continue more aeierrninemy man ever.
if The liberal patronage accorded me by the people of Crittenden and adjoining counties have made my business a success. This I appreciate and to
more fully show it, I mean to give them more bargains and better bargains than evbr known before.
4 I pay cash and get all the lowest discounts. Hence I can sell to you cheaper than if I bought on time. I need not tell you that
4 the Cash System Is the Best. C.ome to see me during this Sale
IE And you will be able to take home some of the best bargains you ever had offered yJu. Hoping to see all of my old customers and as many new ones as possible
jj? jn niy Sf0rG during this reduction sale that you may enjoy and take advantage of the cheapest prices on goods you ever saw,
X I am very truly yours,
Ollice, being voted for, which will be
the sum of $200,00, which sum shall
be borno equally by each eandidate.
Rf thcro is more than one candidate
ffor said oflke; and which sum shall be
Iftaid to the Committee in cash, by
being placed in the hands ot Marion r.
Pogue, Chairman of bald Committee,
.....lilnicli.il at Marion.
J. O. Dixon & Co,
In order to reduce our stock of wheat
bran, will ssell at $1.10 perewt., for
the next ten days only.
Makion Milling Company,
Drop .iu our tore during our
Demonstration Week, Aug. 0-14,
and let us show you why tho Great
and Grand Majcstio llango is tho
host on earth. A Souvenir Sot Waro,
worth $8.00, given with every
T. H. Cochran & Co.
IMAIN STREET, : J MARION, KENTUCKY. I
Democratic Primary lo be Held
at Various Voting Precincts
Sept., II 11)011.
K.. July 31. Dem
. Kxecutivu Committee for the
-.nth l.KMlallv District of Kentucky,
emwwted of the countiuu of
( nttvmlon ami Livingston, this day.
i' .t.onlnnce with a call mwlo by the
( hmrmiw of tho said Sovonth
e Dmtnot of Kentucky, assembled
ir, M.rn city in vxocntivo son, being
f holding a Primary Election
the provwioiwt made anil provided
in michcnieft. to nominnto n
i.itf for the olllce of Representative in
the Seventh Legislative District of
kntuckv, do now call anil direct and
).' 'ehy give public notice that u Demo
crat tc Primary for the purpose of nom-ii
.ting a candidate for
c for the Seventh Legislative Dis
trict of Kentncky, will bo held in said
c iiti" f Crittendon and Livingston,
r.l the polls for this purpose will bo
pened in tho various voting precincts
f f mod Countios of Crittonden and
Livingston at the usual voting places
therein, Saturday, Sept, 11th, 1P00,
between the hours of 0 o'clock a. m
nnl I o'clock p. m
on or bofru the 2Uh day of August
Any pemon desiring to submit his
name a a candidate for the ollice, to
bo voted for in the Primary hereby
culled, for tho democratic nomination,
shall not, later than lft days next preceding
tho hold of said Primary, viz,
2fl day of August 1000, apprise the
Executive Committoc of snid District
of tho fact that he is a candidate by
notifying Marion K. Pogue. Chairman
of said Committee, at Marion, Crittenden
County, Kentucky, that ho'bi a
candidate for Representative of the
Seventh Legislative District ol Kentucky;
nml, upon his compliance with
tho conditions prescribed by this Committee
governing candidate's, and paying
the required entrance foe as prescribed
heroin, shall have his name
printed upon the ballots as a candicnto
for tho ollko of Representative.
In tho event of thoir being only one
candidate for Representative for this
District, complying with the requirements
of this call, then and in that
event snid primary will bo called off,
anil the Democratic Committee for tho
Seventh Legislative District of Kentucky
will meet at Salem, Kentucky,
on tho 27th day of August, 1909, at
1 o'clock p. in., and will proceed to
take the necessary steps to declare
byBn,tJ candidate the nominee of khe
Ml known domocrats and all other
1 rs.jtis who desiro to aillllnte with
th democratic party at Uie com
ing November election, and who will (
ni ilo by the ilecision of said Primary,
niM all young men who are not of ago
I Democratic party for Representative.
M. F. POGUE, Ch'r. Ex. Com,
R. F. WHEELER, Sec.
Seed Wheat For Sale.
Wo have 250 bushels of extra fine
Everett's high grade seed wheat for
u.ilt p1'litu ttrlwtnt tin, ttiiu nnncmn
row .ut will be of ago and legal voterH mado 31 bushels per acre. $1.25 pur,
.. i ii!.... ,nnn and
at the Xoromber election 1909,
w'vi desire to alllliato with tho demo-
crath purty, are eligible voters to
jmrtieipnte in sakl Primary election.
It is desired by said Democratic Lx
Iccutive Committee for said Legislative
bistrict, that all expenses of holding
wiid Primary election shall be borne
And paid by the candidates for .said
Sllfs Roland Rich Puts
Bullet In Wile's Brain-Over
Madisonvillo, Ky,, Aug. 7.--One
of the most shocking and cold-blooded
tragedies that has ever occurred
in Madisonvillc and llopkin.t county
took place last night when Roland
Rich shot aud almost instantly killed
hit wife, Dora, aged 30 years, over
The woman was shot in the loft
jaw, tho bullet passing through her
head. She lived about ten minutes,
but was unconcious from tho time
she was bhot. Rich to all appearances
determined to kill his wiic,
lor he shot hor twice, the othor shot
taking cilect iu her arm. She did
not make any outcry after tho first
It is .nid that Rich and his wife
had not on tho best of tonus. Finally
it is said she told him she would
leave him. It is said Rich had been
Lorcnc Ashby, the eleven-year-old
daughter of the murdered woman,
rushed into the hall after
Rich, and it is said ho trici to shoot
the girl but was proveutcd fronidoing
so. Rich begged local officers to
protect luiu while taking him to jail
and requested them to tako him out
of town. The officers promised to
protoot him as far as it was in their,
piwor. The criino has stirred tho
city and county, and there is widespread
indignation over tho tragedy.
It is a violation of the City
Qrdinanctt to pass balls on
any street or alley within the
city. There is danger of
striking passing citizens, and
hereafter those passing balls
on sfrcets or alleys wil be
J. "W. Blue, Mayor.
My entire stock of .Goods going at
on astonishing low price. Come and
-secure some of these splendid bargains
before they are gono. J. S. McMurray
Of Crlltenben County Sunday School
Association to be Held at Marlon,
Ky., Aug. 30-31, '09.
Kirt Day Evening Sosion.
8.00 Devotional Scrvicos, Rev. E.
S:lf The Opportunity for Service
in the Sunday School, J. W.
S:51f Missions in the Sunday School,
Rev. .1. W. Flynn.
Tho Foundation and Essential
of all Successful Sunday
School Work, State Worker.
secon'D Day Forenoon Session.
JI:If) Devotional Service, ltov. W.
11:30 Remarks, by County President
11:10 Report of County Secretary.
51:45 What tho Association May,
Mean tn the Individual School,
10:00' Teacher Training, Dr. T. C.
10:20 Visitation and
Home Department, Rev. J.
10:40 Daily Bible Reading, Mus
11:00 The Organized Adult Bible
Class, Kennith C. Davis.
1 1 :20 Pledges and oilerings for State
and Couity Work.
11:50 Appointment of Committees'
Avtehnoon Session. -
1 :30 Song, Prayer and Praise service.
1:50 How to Organuo and Maintain:
(1) Cudlc Roll, Mrs. L. K,
(2) Beginnor's Class, Mrs.
H. K. Woods.
(3) A Primary Class or Department,
Mrs. II. N. Lamb
(4) A .Tuuior Class or Depart
ment, W. D. Cannan.
2:30 Round Table on the Work of
Elementary Grades, State
3:00 Our Children for Christ, Itev.
A. C. Biddlc.
3:20 Report of Committees.
3:30 Consecration Meeting.
3:50 Unfinished business.
Miss Rubenach N'itmno died Thursday
July 20 after sn illness of ton
weeks, bho was born April 15,
1SU4 and was consequently 15 years
3 months and 14 days old. She was
a patient sufferer and a sweet Christian
character, having joined the
Christian church in 15)00. The
service wctc conducted at the
home of the parents Mr. and Mrs.
i). II. Nimmo, on Friday, by Rev
Flynn of thcChristion church, assisted
by Rev. Oakley of the C. P. church
and Rev. R. C. Love of the
Church. After the beautiful
and impressive service at the home
that loved her so devotedly her body
was cansigncd to in
the levely Marion Cemetery in the
presence of a host of sorrowing relatives
Wilma Rose, the infant daughter of
Mts. Agnes Ashley, died very suddenly
Wednesday evening after an
illness of but a day. She was
Tuesday and Wednesday her pure
littlo spirit took its flight for the
Beautiful City, where today she is
basking in the sunlight of God's
love. The funeral servico was held
at Sugar Grove by Rev. Oakley in
the presence of a vast number of
J. R. Brantley was torn, May
30th, 1S57, Was married, Dec.
23rd, 1S75I, to Miss Nicio King.
Four children were born to this union
three of which arc yet living.
The dcecasod has aVso two brothors
and sctcu sisters yet living;
Ho professed faith in Christ in
185)2 and united with tho Baptist
church at Ropton. He hold family
prayer for fifteon years. Died, July
Mi. ! m m m '
Come and see the great cooking
wonder at our store all next week.
Vou havo a ohance to get a Souvenir
Sot of Ware Free. See largo advertisement
in this paper.
T. H. Coehrac & Co.
Adopted by Tbe Methodist Sunday
Scbool on Death of
So long thy power hath blest us,
sure it still, will lead us on,
O'er moor and pen, o'er crag and torrent
The night is gone,
And with the moon those angel faces
Which we have loved long smso
and lost awhile.
Resolved: That it is with profound
sorrow and deep regret that
the Sunday School give up one of its
beloved members, Orlin Moore,
Resolved: That while we can.
not understand the mysterious ways
of God, yet it seem hard to give up
one just blooming into manhood aud
in his death tho Sunday School,
Church and Kpworth League lose a
Resolved: That we the Almigh'ty
for such a life as that exemplified by
Resolved: That wo tender our
heartfelt sympathy to his
parents and brothers.
N. G. ltOCHKSTBR,
FAMILIES OOLD REUNION.
Sturgis, Ky., July 27. A reunion
of the Wallace and Holt families was
I hold at the lovely country home f
!Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wallace Saturday.
This proved to bo ono of tho most
enjoyed of these annual events. A
sumptious pienie dinner was sorved
on the spacious lawn. Nearly a
hundred relatives and a few friends
on joyed tho hospitality bSticsc good
people, and it is to bo hoped Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace, whilo luvSng already
passed the half ccntuary milestone,
may yet enjoy many suih happy
gatherings of friends and loved ones.
WANTED A ianu from 150
to 200 acres, have between $3000.00
and $4,000.00 to pay down. AddTCSB
W. E. Belt,