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Tlie New Elected Representative.
In the Represenative race E,
D. Stone Republican, of Crittenden
county defeated Hon. J. R.
Summera democrat, of Livingston
by 178 vote. Stone's majori
votes, Summer's majority in
Livingston 138 votes, Stone's
majority in both counties 178
Declamatory contest, Hebron, Novi
J22nd.' Everybody invited.
Jerry Daughtery and wife visited
their daughter, Mrs. Henry Threlkeld,
at Carrsville the first of the week.
Ed Cook, Jr., wem to the State'
T. M. C. A., to Represent V. T. S
Herschel Franklin left Tuesday afternoon
for Caseyville, where he will
lead the singing in a revival at the
If. E. church, conducted by Rev. G.
T. Wilson and K. K. Aaderson,
tkeiroadOct 24-25, will please.)
' "rttucrfsame at once
J " M. A Wilson,
sufts a the same
I R. T. Thomason.
ty in Crittenden county was 316 .visit,
One lot of lined, wool jean
pants, direct from the factory at
$1.00, While they last.
You will still find bargains in
L. Y. M. Thomason has returned
from Washington from a few weeks
Dock McCormick and wife visited
friends and relatives in Dycusburg
Bro. Duncan filled his. regular appointment
at this place Saturday and
Press Hill left a few days ago for
John Blackburn returned from Missouri
Rev. Bunch closed his tent meeting
at this place Friday night, .and left
Saturday to hold a meeting at Freedom.
Last Saturday was the day to elect a
pastor.- Rei. C. R. Barnes was elected.
The friends of Mrs. Edward Nash
MUs Bertha ;Rankjn visited at the think her recovery doubtful.
i&ne of Eb Wathen Sunday.
"MiteMS "Kittje Wathen, Ena Clark
V- Jkiiris 'Clark and 'Tom Bracey were
gnats of Mr. and Mrs. Lea ter,v Terry,
t Fiwt Grove,at,a Hallowe'en parity
Wkw.Mi'es Bracey is spending a few
' days iafaterioB.
All those who got tools' from
Clarence G. Thompson, of Sheridan,
was in this community Tuesday.
The Shady Grove Milling Co., have
Mr. Kaney, of Owensboro, here installing
, their new plaining mill.
J. Kirby McChesney returned from
. . WALNUT VIEW
Isaac Guess and family were the
guests of Geo. Newbell ' Saturday
'RenaHill was the guest of Vatfen
Stovll Sunday. ' ""- -
The Crayne school, got three out of
Nnri$e Newbeflf rnwteon, was
the guat of her tits:Tait week.
Lell EldecWill move soon and will
locate Bpma whero between Princeton
Ray" Wlg'gfnftes m&, Clem
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burn, of Fredonia, were the guests of
Marven Scott last week.
There was a piece of a woman's
dress found on Will Adams' orchard
fence. Owner can have same by
claim and proving it.
Andrew Holoman will move to Mrs.
G. W. Perry's farm.
Delia Bigham has a new girl- baby
at his house.
Miss Etta Jennings has returned
home after spending several days With
Mrs. W. R. Cruce.
John Newbell has accepted a position
at Princeton and has gone tJiere
to assume his work. "
James Wilsoa, wife and mother
were guests of Mrs. Stovall last week.
Berney Scott returned home from
Sturgis last week.
Mrs. Joe Hall, of St. Louis, Mo.,
was the guest of Mrs. W. E. Charles
Friday and Saturday.
Born to the wife of W. W. Bennett
on Nov. End, a fine boy.
W. E. Charles left Friday for Corning.
Miss Edmonia Bennett went to
Mr. and Mrs. Shelly Decker visited
in Livingstuti county Sunday.
Misses Margaret and Frederick
Clements visited in Kuttawa Saturday
Fred Brasher and wife were guests
of Mrs. W. T. Eaton Saturday.
Prof. Lawrence Lott was in town
Prof. C. S. Hust, of Maco, Miss., is
visiting his parents, .Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Padon and son, William, of
Salum. prssed through here Thursday
enrouto to Kuttawa.
Amos Dooms and Miss Pearl Ramage,
of Kuttawa, were guqsts of Mrs. L.
B. Vosier Sunday.
Charles Gregory, of Iuka, was in
Bennett Ramage and, Marion Sinix
mons visited in Crider Saturday and
Mrs. Mallie Thompson, of Sikeston,
Mo., vinitine her mother,, Mrs,
Armstrong, of Caldwell Springs.
John Glass, of Marion, was the
guest of his cousin, J. R.'Glass, Sunday.
Prof. Duron Koon, of Crayne, was
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Archie MaHin has accepted a
tion as pilot on the steamer Star1. -V
J, C, Boaz, of Cairo, 111
ffoest of; -his parents, Mir.
Owen Uoaz. j
Mrp. Hooks,. of Smlthlxnd. w,as'lj
guest of her brother, W. T. EMM.
Om fr 'mmi? QntiAtt . JJ
. tT. E. Campbell was' In Lyon C
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noDcrt narasge viwieu nwuvn
Tjltao the week-end.
Mrs. a. X- WeB, otTilnn
gueet of. her sunt, Mrs. J. B. W
Ion, Saturday and Sunday.
,, G. Wf Jomw went t Kuttawa
Miss Mamie Hughes is spending this
week Jwith her cousin, Mrs. C. W.
Grady, of Weston.
Misses Alma Heath, Greta Holeman,
Messrs. Ben Crider and Thomas
attended the spelling at Oak Hall
last Saturday night.
Miss Edna Rankin and Mr. Nernon
Paris called on Miss Susio Barnes last
Mr. Georce Wofford visited his cousin,
Mr. Geoble Gilliams, of Mt Zion
vicinity last Sunday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Heath a
fine girl, Wjllie Margurjtte.
Misses Bula Rankin and Ina Hole-man
spent Friday night with their
teacher Miss Bertha Rankin.
. Misses Clarica Heath and Grenta
Holeman visited relatives in Webster
county last week. While there they
attended the Ghio Valley Baptist Association,
of Rock Spring,
Mr. and Mrs T. J. Wofford and MiB8
es Mattie Hughes and Ina Holeman
wjent to Weston last Saturday trading.
E J. Travis our county superintendent
passed through this section last
Miss Alma Heath spent ono night last
week with Miss Ina Holeman.
The candidates was thicker than
fleas in a camp meeting arcund here
.Ralph Gilliams' has movpd to Mrs.
S; C. Holeman farm which he has
rented for next year.
, Miss Myrtle Thomas was chosen to
represent this school at the Declamatory
contest to be held at Hebron,
Nov. 22nd. v
jfc Watson Boisture and family, of
Crayne, were guests of their aunts,
Mrs. J. P. Woodall. and Mrs. Barnett
Farmer, last week.
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CLOSING OUT ?
8 To Begin Saturday, Nov., 8th. Ladies and Ctiildrens Cloaks. Men and Boys Suits. .
All to go in this Sacrifice Sale. We have decided to close out our entire iine of Cloaks, S w
To do this have slashed the prices to pieces '
Suits and Clothing. we literally leaving you x f '
the best values and greatest opportunities ever offerod in the beginning of a season. Our g
stock is pretty and complete, the styles as new and nifty as can be shown. .
8 Jin nnt nonlert to .ffl)4 UQUr
coupons, we will redeem tnem Vn
either granite or queenswure.
Also we give away one seven
piece china set each day "at 3 p. m.
with same. - - - - - - Give us a look before you buy.
Carnahan Bros. & Dodge
Bethel and Oak Grove schools went
on an outing Friday afternoon to the
Clark bluff and they reported a good
Several from this vicinity attended
the box eupper at Green's Chapel last
Misses Oma Lanham and Lottie Pat-
mor called on Miss Bulah Duncan last
Misses Bulah end Mayme Duncan
speat Saturday at Jim Poindexter's at
We are sorry to say J. E. Sullengcr
is not so well at this writing.
Eb Sullenger and family spent Sunday
with his brother, J. E. Sullenger.
Several from this vicinity attended
church at Freedom Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs.- M. 0. Eskew spent
Sunday afternoon at J. E. Sullenger's
Homer Morrill, of St. Louis, is visiting
his mother, Mrs. Eskew.
Ho, yes, we haven't forgot to write
Those on the sick list are Charley
Hunt, Zorah Hunt, C. C. Crayne and
$15.00- Coats $10.93
12.50 " 8.95
8.00 " 5.95
5.00 " . 3.95
MARION, 'Home of Low Prices." KENTUCKY.
Same reduction on cloaks formjsA
Misses and Cmldren.
Those who can appreciate style, quality and new up-to-date garments will surely be glad of these prices in connection
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County Attorney elect. His majority is 261 tie largest ever given
any democrat in the history of the County's polities.
Pierce. T: A. Frazer. J. A. Moore. The four children of l3aac
I Mrs. Nannie Moore is the guest of no, 3, Allie Hughes, Marion,
friends at Tolu. jJas. Alex Hill, Marion, no., 2,
4W.M. Hurley, wife and daughter, R. S. Elkins, Marion, no. 2, T,
Davie, accompanied - by .Mrs. Nannie Q. James. Fredonia. T. W.
oore, were guests of Mrs. Kcllev ti 1.1 . t? i Tr
5 near Deer Creek', Friday. , ?Ja vur"l m.ar,t,u' no "'
-Miss Anna Witherspoonhts returned .. '. "". ', '
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o her home in Louisville.' .L,tt,e. Pey. John rovfn, Iron
iMrs. T, E. Griffith- and daughter,
ilrs. J. P. Hatcheh, viixt'cd Mrs. Mat
ihampion neaV Salem Sit'ilrday. ' J
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j, Miss LGUie Conditt and Master W. ""' wvawr wegnora, rurun
L Terry, of Oak Grove, , were guests Ferry, John Polk, Marion no, 2,
f relatives here one day test week. (E. L. Nunn,, Sullivan no. 1,
andldateswere thiclrln our section; WyattL. Hunt, Manon,, no. 1
ccntly. borne, however, wore pro- Owen Boar: Dvcusbnrm '
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iring, tickets for their trip' up Salt
Each foreman was on hand an d
rWeuM. A. Vyilson, Cbuniy hhtme wKt'wor
mty called for volunteers, in tu xtmf
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W. B, Yandell, James Lawson, 'ols,. ranging in age from two 6,
Henry Paris, John W. Wilson, seven years, who residn four
J. H, Moore, Marion, Ky. I miles west of town, are suffering
William Tavlor,. Marion, "R. P, jfrom eating candy which .had
D., no., 3. G. B. Taylor, Salem i been poisoned with paris green
R. P. D., no,, 1, M. Wellor,-Ma-l The children are living wi
rion, J. W. Corn, Salem R. P. D. their grandparents, who found,
pleasant visitor at this school' onc.day no., 1. J. L. Littles, Marion, R. ' the candy in the mail bo x
week. P. D. no. 3. R. G. Fritts, Marion, I dressed to the children.
Just who did it is not known,
but an- investigation is beintr
made to find the guilty party or
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letter that unsigned on
Jast Saturday- .nlorning from
ome unknown nerson saying
a full quota of -hands aaaigrted to! m F " 7n.en Qn"a
each foreman were on Hand, unci ?sed W d dy
a-,A o- w k ,, rt.nl been used, that she did not know
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