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I'1 't lant week, but is now able to
pae her duties at Mrs. Cavondcr'i
I Mf Sim n,. ...... !..... -i. ...,,!
i '" vj uKuiiiiuiui iciuniuu
indiy afttiiuoon from a visit to her
,,tl. Mr and Mrs. Williams, of
li. Iturks tho mcrclmnt, of
'tkfor,l waH in tho city last Mon-
h harllc camo to mnnt nil thoso
""howcre hnrn frnm liin old
day in soarrh of employment.
Services at Mounds next Sunday
afternoon by tho l'astor Hov. Andres.
Dr. D. T. White tho physician and
surgeon of Hlaokford was in the eity
Mr. J. X. Boston, went to
Tuesday to attend the wedding
ef his tioiec Miss Nellie ltoston.
Mi Uuth Tarry of Mounds vicinity
is now boarding with Mr. and
Mrs. A. WitliorsKon and is attend-Ing
.lamak I 'arris formerly a roeidunt
ef Marlon who has livod in Texas for
tho.passod yoar, has roturncd to Marion
on a visit.
Mis Mamie Henry of Craynarillo
Mhool spont Saturday and Suii)lay at
home with her parents Hov. and Mrs.
.1. 1 Houry.
MisH Mabel Mitiuor of Lilly Dale
was bore to spoud Saturday and Sunday
the guest of her paronts Mr. aud
TAYLOR & CAIMNAN
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il ftftKT THIS APPI IFS TO V HI 1 1
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AS WELL AS THOSE WHO HAVE ALREADY BOUGHT AT THESE PRICES !
ZSi Now if you want a Suit or
coat and want to buy it for loss
Z than it is worth
Come on !
C 515.00 and 16.50 Suits
12.50 and 14.00
l IO nf ntincon.i4c
3& 7.00 and 7.50 Boys Suits
S 5.00 and 5.50 "
SS( 2,50 and 3.00 "
g uon i wait
S) fhm an 11 rfn ,l
-o Liioj ui j uii suiic auu
then call for them
& at these Prices
Si WE SAVE YOU MONEY
& AND PLEASE YOU TOO
But, "O my"
Look at these Prices
$9.00 Cloaks $6.25
8.00 " 5.50
7.50 " 4.95
5.50 " 3.85
5.00 " 3.35
4.00 " 2.65
Now is your
Chance to get
a Good Cloak
at a BARGAIN
You are from
and let us
For we mean to
Close out all
We are not
In the Swiss and Cambric.
New Hats & Caps
Another New Lot of
Shirts and Collars
Lots of Tobacco Cotton
Is often Caused by
Let us Sell you the &
Best Shoes Made
W. L. DOUGLAS for men 3
DUTTENHOFER for ladies S
RED SCHOOL HOUSE for
dren, wear longer, looks better Qfc?
and are more comfortable than y
A.., fU St
Lny u tut; i
N S jun. dentist, Pro Iluildini.
I lu went to Whuatoroft
iiur, of Tolu. vlsitod
i"Wii this wook.
.l..iii was th guosl ef
ItUokford Ut woel.
ttf Matteon, was
M udaj an bimluote.
kind), of oomlo valentines,
II Urine's drug atoro.
At the Prcsbytorian oliurali
. morning at 11 o'eloflk.
-LK Two' hftating stevea,
A M. Withcrtpoen.
II- nry returned homo
r a weeks stay in Louis-
Canada of Oraynovillo
i' t of Mamie Henry Sat-
c lnhiN. of Ropton, attonded
" trial of John 1). Grog-
t'lark wai hero Tuesday
' Jad to know Mis Inez
nij. roving, and a speedy
' ' a houutiful lino of fancy
- i"iju, dont forgot that girls.
'nin drug store.
- I la White, of IUaokrord, has
1 r mi a't Dr. Nunn's and is at-
rr til' Marion Graded Sliool.
A NTKI) A houso girl or' cook
' r Mrs. A. II. Hkkd
Depot St., Marion Ky.
M'M Irhello Carlass was on the
1'" W.Nunn, dentist, Press Huilding Call and seo our now lino of comic
valentines. .1. H. Ormo's drugstore.
Fred Mooro went to Paducah Sun I
Mrs. W. K. Minuor.
Krnust Uarnahati has takou tho
position of in the Kar
mors Dank. Tho place which Will
Crawford formorly filled.
If you want tho common globes
we havo thorn Ifiooach, two for 2fic,
MARION Kl.KCTHIO LtOHT Co.
Mrs. T. li. McUonuoll wout fo
Ktansvillo Sunday to be with her
daughter, Sallio, who is thorc in a
HniiilariuiuMn;l who was operated on
Monday by Dr." Kaolin, the car specialist,
Miss Knthorui Carter, ofvLnvias,
name un last Thursday to visitv'"i."
friends in this city.
Mrs. T. D. Galispio and son,
Courtney, of was horo
Saturday en route to Atlanta, Ga.,
to visit relatives.
It. II. McDowell who taught a
prosperous school at Odessa spout a
few days in Mariou last week. Ho
will soon lcavo for tho southern part
of Ohio whero bo will bo tho guest
.1- G. Aahor, wifo and their little
son, Sandy, and daughtor, Cloo,
wont to Ulackford Sunday to visit
his father, Dr. Ashcr.
Krcd Pool and wifo of Ilorron 111.,
arrivo Saturday and Mcdloy Pool and
of Princeton Sunday to bo tho guests.
I of Mr. aud Mrs. W 1). Cannun.
Kborly, Hardin & Co., who formerly
conducted a saloon here, havo
obtained license at Hopkinsvillc and
will opcrato at that place. All their
fixtures and furniture will bo shipped
It. V. Copolaud a former Marionitc
now tho saleman for the American
Typo Foundry Assosiation, of St.
Louis, was huro last week.
Miss ltuth Cook of Hebron is boarding
at Dr. Nunn's and is a student
this sosion of thu Gtadod school.
0. If. Paris loft Monday to tub-charge
of the Hlaokwoll Lumber Co.,
at Clay Ky.
Lewis Daughter-, of Fords Ferry,
was bore lust wook although Marion
now usos only wator, Lewis says
thoro's moro wator at lords rcrry
now than Marion.
Miss Ncllio Boston who has just
closed hor sohool at Oakland neat
Mattoon. Lost on Dollvillc street
in Marion last Monday, hor purse
containing $f0.li;i and will appreciate
its return by tho finder.
Laync & Lcavell Bros, the
Hopkinsvillc mule men will
be in Marion next Monday,
county court day February
Insure with us
Mow is the time
Cpot cash for losses
J should be protected
!fj vou insured?
Bvefy Cqinpany reliable
il ben does policy expire
Is your policy in forco?
Telephone Number 32
Uonest adjustments 1
I liulerstand your contract!
Oecure the best there is I
Bourland & Hayne
The Stongest Agency
Opn. P. 0. Makiom, Ky.j
Wfo will bo pleased to show you
the. ciccst lino of valentine goods in
town. J. II. Ormo's drug store.
Mrs. Carl Davis and littlo daughter,
Caralyn, who havo beeu the
guest of her paronts, llcv. J. II.
Hutlcr and wifo on depot street, will
1 cave soon for bcr homo in the Loue
Frank Dycus and wife, of
was in Marion this week to attend
the trial of John I). Grcgorj.
Abo Klyraan was bore last week
and shipped all of his stock and fixtures
to Madisonville. Abe has
many friends bore who will regret
Mort Williams has secured a position
at Cairo, 11. , and his family who
will join him there soon are now visiting
at their old homo Oakland City,
Alonzo Ilandlm who left last fall
for Tcxico Now Mexico, formerly a
citizen of this county telegraphed
Tuesday for his wife to como to him
as lie is sick. Mrs. Ilandlin has been
here with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
T. .J. McConnell for several months.
She left Tuesday night to tako tho
fast train on tho 1. C. railroad at
The Chautaugua Literary and
scientific circlo was entertained by
Mrs. G. C. Gray at hor homo on cor
ner of Wilison avo. and main street
on Saturdoy afternoon, from two to
four o'clock. Sovoral interesting
contests woro engaged in and delightful
refreshments were served. Mrs.
Gray and hor daughters, Misses Kit
ty and Frances, aro charming
Mrs. II. II. Sayro gave an informal
"tea" to a lew ladies Thursday
afternoon. Among thoso present
woro noted: Mesdamcs D. C.
Chicago, It. W. Wilson, G. P.
Roberts, It. II. WToods, Emma Hay-ward,
G. C. Gray, A. N. MoAfeo,
S. T. Dupuy, Benjamin Andres,
Sara Gugcnhcim, It. F. Dorr. Tho
the tea was doloious also tho other
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Phillip Doboo,
of Clinton, Ky., both of whom woro
formorly oitizons of this county aro
tho proud parents of a now boy.
Freeman Cornelias Doboo who arrived
at their homo Jan. 24th, 1907.
Mrs. Doboo was Miss Eva Hill
daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Porter
Hill, of this city.
Prof. VonTobcl, of HendcrBon,
was here Tuesday night and gave his
class the second lesson. "The Chor
al Union" is increasing in interest
and ere long wo predict a season of
high opera in Marion.
J. II. Phillips, of Tribune, was
hero Tuesday to accompany his
Luther Travis, to tho
train, the latter having left at cloven
o'clook that day for a visit to his
brother, Dr. Walter Travis, who is
attending college in Louisville.
FOR SALE 175 acres of land
lying near Tribune, Ky., will divide
to suit purchaser, good improvements
low price, easy terms. WTrito at
once to Collins Waller, Morganficld,
500 Tons of Goal Burned at Paducah
The coal chute of the I. C. railroad
at Paducah took fire Sunday
night at 8 o'clock and burned to the
The fire department could not reach
it, hence the firo could not bo sloped.
There were fivo car loads of coal,
besides what was in tho chute burned
is estimated at 500 tons.
Tho loss is very great as tho coal
just at this scasou is Ligh and scarce
Tho chute and tho coal were at tho
mercy of tho flames.
Card of Thanks,
Wo beg lcavo to return the following
card of thanks to the neigh
bors and friends whom havo been so
untiring in their kindness aud appre
ciation shown us during tho sickness
of our son, Pomroy Hodge, who departed
this lifo Jan. 28, 1907, who
departed in tho faith, and may God's
richest blessings rest upon tho heart
broken family. Signed,
B. E. GoounoM,
0. T. Hodok,
Mus. 0. T. Houoe.
For Sale Or Trade
I havo alittlo placo of 7 acres with
log houso, two rooms, good cistern,
fine spring, located one milo south of
Oraynovillo on publio road. For salo
or trade for stock; price $85.00 0- C.
Cook M. D.
Layne & Leavell Bros, the
Hopkinsyille mule men, will
be in Marion next jMonday,
county court day February
WILLIAM CRAWFORD DEAD.
(Continued from first page.)
Threlkcld graveyard after song and
Thou art sweetly resting here,
Thy toils and cares are o'er,
Pain and sickness, death and sorrow
Ne'er can distress thee more.
Yet again wp hope to sco thee,
When this weary lifo is o'er,
And in heaven with joy to greet thee
We'll meet to part no more.
We, the undersigned committee,
tender to his beloved family
and deepest sympathy and come
to them in this hour of afilictiou, and
say with sadened hearts, the sorrow
is not all theirs that wo beg the poor
consolation of sharing it with them
and mingling our tears with theirs,
and as there friond wc point in his
well spent lifo as an evidence of the
glorious future awaiting him. And
sincerely believe that the loss was
not his but our's, an while we 'bid
him a mournful adieu wc do so in
the full confidence that ho has gone
out of the shadow of sadness into the
sunshine of uladnoss, into the light
of the blest out of a land weary, out of
a world very weary into the rapture
of rest, out of a to-day's sin and
sorrow into a blissful tomorrow, into
a day with out gleam, out of, a land
filled with sighing; land of the dead
and the dying into a land with out
Wc pray that God's richest blessing
rest upon the children who survive
him, may they be induced to
follow him as he follwcd Christ.
We request that a copy of this be
furnished to the family of our deceased
brother and that it bo published
in the Livington Banner, Crittenden
Press and Pontecpstal Herald.
Jno. C. IIaumn,
W II. Wayland,
P. F, Rankin,
A house with 5 rooms, wood and
and lumber-house cistern
at tho back door undercover. In tho
central part of town and a convenient
placo for taking boardors. Por father
information apply co Press Offiloc.
Two houses and four vacant lots is
Marion, Ky. Address J. F. Loyd,