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ILUUK! IHIS APPLItS ia YOU
AS WELL AS THOSE WHO HAVE ALREADY BOUGHT AT THESE PRICES !
Now if you want a Suit or Overcoat
and want to buy it for less
than it is worth
$15.00 and 16.50 Suits $12.00
12.50 and 14.00 " 9.50
12.50 Overcoats 8.50
10.00 " 7.50
7.00 and 7.50 Boys Suits 4.95
5.00 and 5.50 " " 3.85
2.50 and 3.00 " " 1.95
Don't wait until
they are all gone and
then call for them
at these Prices
4 WE SAVE YOU MONEY
AND PLEASE YOU TOO
V. W. Nunn, dentist, Press Building.
Ham! I'tley went to Whcatcroft
HuL'cne Guess, of Tolu, visited
fr ends in town this week.
lltirl Woodson was the guest of
l"ods in Blackford last week.
Thoinas Woody, of Mattoon, was
n liwn Monday on business.
Kr all kinds of comic valentine-,
vm 1 ..t J. II. Orme's. drug store.
at the Presbyterian chinch
B'it Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
J'OK SALK Two' heating stoves,
A. M. Witherspoon.
James Henry returned home Wednesday,
atter a weeks stay in
Mi-Ada Canada of Crayuevillc
was the guest of Mamie Heury Saturday.
"W. S. Jones, of Rcpton, attended
the examining trial of John I). Gregory
Calvin Clark was here Tuesday
to 1'ortallcs, Mexico., where
he will locate.
"YYe are glad to know Miss Inez
Price i improving, and a speedy recovery
is hoped for.
e have a beautiful lino of fancy
valcutiues boys, dont forget that girls.
J. H. Ornie's drug store.
Miss Zola White, of Blackford, has
taken rooms a't Dr. Nunn's and is attending
the Marion Graded Shool.
"WANTED: A house girl or' cook
wlnte or colored. Mrs. A. H. Reed
East Depot St., Marion Ky.
Miss Irbello Carlass was on the
sick list last week, but is now able to
resume her duties at Mrs. Cavender'1?
Mrs. Sam Gugenheim returned
Monday afteanoon from a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, of
Chas. L. Burks the merchant, of
Blackford, was ia tho city last Monday,
Charlie came to meet all those
folks who were here from his old
on ! ! Cloaks
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
F. W. Nunn, dentist, Press Building
Fred Moore went to Paducah Sunday
in search of employment.
Services at Mounds next Sunday
afternoon by the Pastor Rev. Andres.
Dr. I). T. White the physician and
surgeon of Blackford was in the city
Mr. J. X. Boston, went to Louisville
Tuesday to attend the wedding
of his neice Miss Xellic Boston,
Miss Ruth Terry of Mounds vicinity
is now boarding with Mr. and
Mr.-". A. Witherspoon and is attending
James Parris formerly a resident
of Marion who has lived in Texas for
the passed year, has returned to Marion
on a visit.
Miss Mamie Henry of Crayneville
school spent Saturday and Sunday at
homo with her parents Rev. and Mrs.
.1. P. Henry.
Miss Mabel Minncr of Lilly Dale
was here to spend Saturday and Sunday
the guest of her pareuts Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Minner.
Ernest Carnahan has taken the
position of in the Far
mors Bauk. Tho place which Will
Crawford formerly filled.
it you want tKc common globes
we have them 15c each, two for 25c,
Marion Electric Lioiit Co.
Mrs. T. 11. McConnell went fo
Eansvillc Sunday to be with her
daughter, Sallic, who is there in a
sanitarium ani) who was operated on
Monday by Dr. itavjin, the ear specialist.
Miss Kathenn Carter, of .Lovias,
came up last Thursday to visit hCP
friends in this city.
Mrs. T. B. Galispie and son,
Courtney, of Cave-in-Rook, was here
Saturday en route to Atlanta, Ga.,
to visit relativ.es.
R. H. McDowell who taught a
prosperous school at Odessa spent a
few days in Marion last week. He
will soon leave for tho southern part
of Ohio where he will be tho guest
of relatives. '
J- G. Asher, wife and their little
son, Sandy, and daughter, Cloe,
went to Blackford Sunday to visit
his father, Dr. Asher.
Fred Pool and wife of Herron 111.,
arrive Saturday and Medley Pool and
of Princeton Sunday to be the guests,
of Mr. aud Mrs. W. D. Caiman.
You are from
and let us
For we mean to
Close out all
We are not
Call and see our new line of comic
valentines. J. II. Orme's drugstore.
Ebcrly, Hardi" & Co., who formerly
conducted a saloon here, have
obtained license at Hopkinsvillc and
will operate at that place. All their
fixtures and furniture will be shipped
B. F. Copcland a former Marionite
now the saloman for the American,1
Type Foundry Assosiation, of St.
Louis, was here week.
Miss Ruth Cook of Hebron i boarding
at I)r Xunn's and i a student
this of tho Giaded school.
0. II. Pari-, left .Monday to take
charge of the Blackwull Lumber Co.,
at Clay Ky.
Lewi- Daughtery, of Ford Ferry,
was here last week although Marion
now ues only water, Lewis says
there's more water at Fords Ferry
now than Marion.
Miss Nellie Boston who has just
closed her school at Oakland neat
Mattoon. Lost on Bellville street
in Marion last Monday, her purse
containing $50. (!5 and will appreciate
its return by the finder.
Layne & Leavell Bros, the
Hopkinsville mule men will
toe in Marion next Monday,
county court day February
Insure with us
Mow is the time
Opot cash for losses
II should be protected
I 2J you insured?
ETverj," Cp.moany reliable
IMhen does policy expire
Is your policy in force?.
Telephone Number 32
Uonest adjustments t
nderstand your contract;
Oecure the best there is
Bourland & Haynes
The Stongest Agency
Opp. P. O. Marion, Ky.
In the Swiss and Cambric.
New Hats & Caps
Another New Lot of
Shirts and Collars
Lots of Tobacco Cotton
We will be pleased to show you
the. c ices t line of valentine goods in
town. J. II. Orme's drug store.
Mrs. Carl Davis and little daughter,
Caralyn, who have been the
guest of her parents, Rev. d. II.
Butler and wife on depot street, will
1 cave soon for her home in the Lone
Frank Dycus and wife, of Dycusburg,
was in Marion this week to attend
the trial of John I). Gregory.
Abe Klyuiau was here last week
aud shipped all of his stock aud fixtures
to Madisomille. Abe has
many friends here who will regret
Mort Williams has secured a position
at Cairo, II., and his iumily who
will join him there soon are now visiting
at their old home Oakland City,
Alonzo Iluudlin who left last fall
for Tcxico Xew Mexico, foimerlya
clti.en of this county telegraphed
Tuesday for his wife to come to him
as lie is sick. Mrs. Handlin has been
here with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. McConnell for several months.
She left Tuesday night to take the
fast train on the 1. C. railroad at
The Chautaugua Literary and
scientific circle was entertained by
Mrs. G. C. Gray at her home on corner
of Willson avc. and main street
on Saturdey afternoon, from two to
four o'clock. Several interesting
contests were engaged in and delightful
refreshments were served. Mrs.
Gray and her daughters, Misses Kitty
and Frances, are charming hostess-s
Mrs. H. II. Sayre gave an informal
''tea" to a few ladies Thursday
afternoon. Among those present
were noted: Jlesdanies D. C. Roberts,
Chicago, R. W. Wilson, G. P.
Roberts, R. H. Woods, Emma Hay-ward,
G. C. Gray, A. N. McAfee,
S. T. Dupuy, Benjamin Andres,
Sam Gugenheim, R. F. Dorr. The
the tea was deleious also the other
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Phillip Deboo,
of Clinton, Ky., both of whom were
formerly citizens of this county are
the proud parents of a new boy.
Freeman Cornelias Deboe who arrived
at their home Jan. 24th, 1907.
Mrs. Deboe was Miss Eva Hill
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Porter
Hill, of this oity.
Is often Caused by
Let us Sell you the
Best Shoes Made
W. L. DOUGLAS for men
DUTTENHOFER for ladies
RED SCHOOL HOUSE for children,
wear longer, looks better
and are more comfortable than
Prof. VonTobel, of Henderson,
was here Tuesday night and gave his
class the second lesson. "The Choral
Union" is increasing in interest
and ere long we predict a season of
high opera in Marion.
J. II. Phillips, of Tribune, was
here Tuesday to accompany hi brother-in-law,
Luther Travis, to the
train, the latter having left at eleven
o'clock that day for a isit to his
brother, Dr. Walter Travis, who is
attending college in Louisville.
FOR SAL F 175 acres of hind
lying near TribuncKy., will divide
to suit purchaser, good improvements
low pi ice, easy terms. Write at
once to Collins Waller, Moriraufield,
500 Tons of Goal Burned at Paducah
The coal chute of the I. C. railroad
at Paducah took lire Sunday
night at S o'clock and burned to the
The fire department could not reach
it, hence the fire could notbestoped.
There were five car loads ol coal,
besides what was in the chute burned
is estimated at 500 tons.
The loss is very great as the coal
just at this season is Ugh and scarce.
The chute and the coal were at the
mercy of the flames.
Card of Thanks,
We beg leave to return the following
card of thanks to the neigh
bors and friends whom have been so
untiring in their kindness aud appreciation
shown us during the sickness
of our son, Poniroy Hodge, who departed
this life Jan. 28, 1907, who
departed in the faith, aud may God's
richest blessings rest upon the heart
broken family. Signed,
B. E. Goourom,
0. T. Hodqe,
Mns. 0. T. Hodoe.
For Sale Or Trade
I have alittle place of 7 acres with
log house, two rooms, good cistern,
fine spring, located one mile south of
Crayneville on publio road. For sale
or trade for stock; price $85.00 0- C.
Cook M. D.
Layne & Leavell Bros, the
Hopkinsville mule men, will
be in Marion next Monday,
county court day February
WILLIAM CRAWFORD DEAD.
(Continued from first page.)
Threlkeld graeyard after s0n auc
Thou art sweetly resting here,
Thy toils and cares are o'er,
Pain and sickness, death and orrow
Xe'er can distress thee more.
Vet again we hope to see thee,
When this weary life 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 our tend-crest
and deepest sunpathy and come
to them in this hour of atfliction. and
say with sadencd hearts, the sorrow
is not all theirs that we beg the poor
consolation ol sharing it with them
and mingling our tears with theirs,
and as there friend we point in his
well spent life as an evidence ol the
glorious future awaiting him. Aud
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 he has gone
out of the shadow of sadness into the
sunshine of into the light
of the blest out of a laud weary, out ot
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 laud with out
Wc pray that God's richest
rest upon the children who survive
him, may they be induced to
follow him as he follwed Christ.
Wc request that a copy of this be
furnished to the family of our deceased
brother and that it be published
in the Livingtnn Banner, Crittenden
Press and Pentecostal Herald.
Jno. C. Hardin,
W. H. WAYI.ANU,
F. F, Rankin,
A house with 5 rooms, wood and
coal-house and lumber-house cistern
at tho back door undercover. In the
central part of town and a convenient
place for taking boarders. For father
information apply eo Press OfSicc.
Two houses and four vacant lots ia
Marion, Ky. Address 3. F. Lotd,