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BaterM as matter February jtli
oar -a tlie fuMoCicv at Maiioo. Keatackr. ender
fin Act of Cougrew of March 1. 173
One Dollar Uic Ycir in Advance.
CASH AhVI'UTlSING ltATKS
ijc per liirli S C. to Poi'irn
roc iei Jiitli S C l llon.tr Ait venue
Krpatct ids iMe.
Metal l... out i -...i ti I'll" anii K!fo
t.OClii S I''1 I'llO.
Cooalt i " I't line in twelve iioinuroe.
AR't (he po iple under the proud
4a of the UniteJ Stale, are enjoy-tug
or given I ho tight lo eojoy a day
.' I''i ml. 'giving.
Something New all the lijiie
A House Full of the Most Desirable Goods
i7 Tide Right Kind; Right Price!
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NEW DSCSS GOOOS, WOOLENS, SILKS
new weaves and Colors at prices less than
LATEST STYLE GARMENTS
; I'pr Ladies and Children at Express Bargain
; One lol of Ladies Long $4.50 Coats to 'sell at $2.90
j ' Childrens ' 5.00 " to " at 3.00
" " 3.00 " to " at 1.50
! In Ladies Tailored Suits
) We arc always getting some new ones at a s.iVing of
$2.50 to $5.00 to You
i Rugs, Lace Curtains, Carpets- The new
.tji est and best in Hat Line. All kinds of Un
nonimar onrl Unoinrw
UUI YYUUI UIIU IIUOIUIJ
Mmi i i m i
Your Clothes are here! It is the Right
Cloting at the Right Price We Show
You, You Can Wear the Best
John ou t lie Isle of l'at:utis (clo?:nK tneir buiiness ''ouscs to day overj subscriber of
There arc doubtless causes in cvorj tot a few hours, do so with the assur limited confidence
home to bo thankful if we btit just
hutit them up. The rich man can
thank God that he is do richer and
the poor man, that he is no poorer,
the liberal matt, that he has been
shown opportunities to do good with
the taltMit he ht.s been entrusted
with, the thriftless, that our rich
country yields so bountifully that
there i.s little excuse for want in the
land, and the beggar and tramp,
that there are so many good people
and so few bull dogs. If we but
tlu1 n the Viisl domiiu t? ur j learn to say from dcop down in our
gjoit wnl uont w itat a hearts, "not my will bt Thine be
coutrial i i 'he condition of her j done" there is not a home in all this
people and (he MiiiiRs to be thankful broad, free land of our.- should not
or. Iltr iii dear "hi (.'rittenden, be able to scud up a prayer of
one of i lie proudest coutitie? iu lhc ;
aucc that He has been good to them
lust this week and since wilting the
first lines of this article it comes to
light that a great and inexhaustible
fissure vcic of zinc and lead has been
found seven miles from Marion that
ha made tho whole town and county
clad and that runs into millions of
dollars in value.
This effects tho people of the
whole county as well as our adjoining
counties and today the step of
every man, woman and child in
Marion seems lighter and the songs
of praise sweeter. It means a new
era in our lives and in the enjoyment
of it all nature seems to huvo
put on a new dross, Hod k;nows how
thankful wo should feel and be for
State, show,, by latmlic to be the j W(.e Rricf.atr;ckcn p00plc of tho loved ones he has given us .Ion,:
lohc3t tui icnl county in the United!
Htates, Ji'd the home of ol the
greatest men and fair"nt women in
Kentucky, we have i riibt to be
tlunfcfui to God. Tor hta tur.ny
thai others, though just as
deserving, do not enjoy. And yet
tliey are ll.atikful, ajc tuoro so per.
4ups I'tpti wc. Many who vorshiped
with vti 'in l .lay a year ago.
in '.lie ringing, tic prayer
HCrvice, in making the Altar sweet
with the Iragmice of beautiful
ori or in I'ic prej, nation of he good '
ms,.o. i i .tA (l...f.nt. Ik,, when hn said
valley td the shtutovT of death and are
today ijniigling their voices of praise
with the numberless thousands in the
4Jb Pitiful Oily, where the suu never
gflti down, And'wc oan oe thauk
Cherry, III., arc mourning their
dead, every Christian home under
the same flag, is mourning with
them and too, with a sympathy that
is making its self felt in the care
&nd future comfort of the hundreds
of newly made widows and fatherless
children, and they have a cause to
be thankful that at least, sonic of
their loved ones wore saved and that
there were great loving, big hearted,
brave men that went the limit,
what the Master meant
"Greater love hath no
man than this, that he lay down his
life for his friend," when thoy went
hundreds of feet into the bowels of
the earth to rescue their pcrihing
comrades. Truly such heroism and
know U.ein, tht they were j bravery on tho part of this rescue is
or iFfioriatcft und that it is our cnouch to cause prayors of thanks-
4rivt4eu to make life as pleasant
(or others as they made it for us and
giving to ascend to a throne ot urace
that can be felt and heard all ovor
flat ultimately we may go downttjH known world
tVrouu the same dark valley with
tie 8 uran.ee that beyond all this
ffkrfcncfls and gloom, tho dawning of
RTi endless day awaits us in tho city
H Qod, the beautj of which. is but
Uiiitlj; portrayed in the vigion of
We are living in a prosperous age
and truly here at home we are en
joying prosperity and surely we aro
not blessed in all things above our
neighbors. Our merchant-, recognizing
God's goodness 10 them, in
with these other great blessings and
if we fail to open our hearts to Him
in thankfulness for all of it we should
not be worthy of His blessings.
On Wednesday of last week we
were present at the organization in
Louisville of the great Unions National
Life Insurance Company.
This is not only the Unrest Insurance
Company in tho South, but in
the United States as well.
Never in the history of our life,
have we seen a body of men, repre.
senting millions of dollars, that in so
short a time, perfected an organization
in which peace and harmony
prevailed from stirt to finish.
In the election of the thirty i-ix
directors, twelve to hold one year
twelve two years and twelve three
years, there was not a hitoh nor u
jar, and the consequence was that
their sclcUion was good, as all
are well qualified representative
Southern men. Mr. W. II. Gregory,
who, as Its president has made the
Citizens Life the wonder of the
South, was unanimously chosen as
president of tho new, Citizens National
Life under whose management
Dr. It. L. Moore, of Marioo, was
wisely chosen as one of the directors.
Some thirty thousand dollars of the
stock of the new company, wa written
in this county by Mr. A. I.
Cunningham, of Jacksonville. Kla..
more than two thousand dollars of it
taken it Tolu. Mr. Cunningham
has made many warm friends hero for
himself as well as the company, and
as soon as the new organization asks
for business, it will ho hard to find
men who can he pcruadcd to send
money out of the State as in tho paht.
To-day begins a new year. The
date on the calendar docs not matter.
The earth starts every morning
on its year-long journey around the
sun as truly as on the first day of
January, and each new da -n is
therefore a fresh opportunity to
begin right. It is for us to deter,
mine what the year shall be. The
demand upon us is not that we
succeed, but only that wo try; and
to try manfully every day and all day
long, is inevitably to attain in (he
end a stiprenn success. Youth's
Kvorv available spaco has been
ued in tho yards of the I. C. railroad
the pasi fjw wcoks in tho
loading of fluor spar, load ore, logs,
lumber, hcailmc, flour, grain, hay,
hoirs and csttlo. While this
tho prosperous condition of
our town and county, it in Btnall in
cimparixon to what it shoud be and
in fact will b" in th noxt few years.
Those thsi fail 10 hear Dr. Byron
W. King at the sahool auditorium
Saturday ni'r will miss a treat,
tho commen's ii our possession from
the greoteM m in every state, ho
isovidontl f tho highost class
entertainei -'Ml liavo an opportunity
to ' .
J Hlanton Wiggm . of itu cmint
but for onie tunc put in
now the regular, valuable employee
of Walter Me Connell in his popular
There will be a total eclipse of
monn on the night of .Noxemlwr 117,
whon the moon ill be immersec in
tho earth's shadow from 1! 14 to
:i: :ifi a. m.
luir restorer, i
To stop falitiK luir,
To cure dandrutf,
To cure itching of tho ru.il p,
To nut life into fad oil hair.
To make harsh hair unit and
To make hair grow or money back.
It is the most delightful hair
dressing mado, and is a great
with ladies who desire beautiful
and luxuriant hair.
Price 20 cents a largo bottle at
Hayncs & Tuylor's or by express, nil
charges prepaid, fioui Giroux Mfg.
Co., Hull.ln, N. Y.
Program Epwirth League NO v. 28.
Subject: ''Gracious Preparation
for His Comming."
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You r invited to attend our Bargain Banquet
Our prices must appeaS to every keen, well posted buyer
The best the market affords Is through our stock
ir3t unit ujt it ot t m 1 " K " ' u' '" W0
stock has un-
Leader Ml Nautlte Koch
Scripturo Leson, Matt. lit.
1 Thess f I-10.
Visitors From Sturgls.
OR SALE If
Shoes for E1 ad and Winter J
THFfionn KIND that have the Stvle and 1
hi fe f
Buy our Shoes and you will get vj
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
Winter Shoeo for Men S&
WOMEN and CHILDREN
For Less Money
LADIES FINE SHOES
Childrens Fine Shoes
MENS FINE SHOES
We Cater to b
Bargain Hunters A
.fN vRis wi
Ilookor T. Washington arnvod in j George Simpson. Carroll
nd J.unes Simp-on and wife f
his own privato car at Hopkinsvillo
first of the week. he Iwilurttd Sturgis, attended sonico at lr
Tuesday. Cumberland l'rcsbylorian cl ir, h
I hire Sunday.
of iho '" - Simp-un and wtf.
ltov. M. K Miller j
.church will preach the iiiiior. Thanks guo"t. of J. I). Asher and fn v
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giving .lormou loony at uie rouiueru tins wHek.
1'rcsbvtcrian church at 1(1 .'(( a.
All storos will he closed from 10
a. in. (o '2 p in.
TO THE PUBLIC.
We are Agents for Parisian Sage,
and We Know the Guarantee
(. H. Stmp'ou and Carroll W h
wore itirt if W. 1). Cautiii ' J
Miss Pearl Doss Badly
Burnett at Madlsonuille.
1 Jtut is wc were goinc to jrrs
Mr. ('. K. Dom received a telegram
J from apprising him of
! the verry serious and perhaps, fattl
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IUwie .V 'I'm In " " " "augiucr, I'lics i w,
who had but yesterday, loft Martin
to spend Thanksgiving with her &!
j tor. Mrs. Tom Hearnn.
The iiicsaco stated Miss l'carl was
standing with her baok to tho firo
wneu a pufi of wind blew the flames
ont of tho grate, igniting her clothing
and at ntjuo her wholo body
was Enveloped in flames. Three of
tho best physicians to bo had were
hattlntng ufaihst death at (he last
njCBHige. Ilcr father and brother
left at once on the first train. Thoy
have tho sympathy of overy one in
this thoir jrreat grief.
Tlie Tnnnessee Wages. Is Tiic Best.
For many yoars tho Tennessee wagon
has been known as tho host on the
market. Wo hayo a few left over
that wo are offering at a bargain.
Como at once..
Oi.lVE & Walkku.