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12.50 and 14.00
7.00 and 7.50 Bos Suits
5.00 and 5.50 '
2.50 and 3.00 "
r W Nunn.dentut, Press Building
Totu Mom left Saturday for- En-
T M Butler, of Fredonia, was iu
KUie Wring went to KeUcy Saturday
Beatty ai.d Henry Terry were in
Esq Mayes of Shady 0 rove was in
twn Friday oa business.
Mrs Kd Walker was the guest of
( aud I'tlcy and wife Sunday.
tor all kind of comic valentines,
all at J. H. Orac's drug store.
MM SALE--Two heating stoves,
A. M. Witherapoon.
illam McChesney of Mexico was
m town Saturday on business.
W F. and J. 11. tiuturaervillc, ot
Mattoon. were in town Monday.
llcv J. F. Price went to Liaiaan
saturday to fill an appointment.
all and see our new line of comic
taiTitmc. .1. II. Orme'a drugstore.
eil Minncr, of Tolu, passed thru
' wn Sunday en route to Evansville.
Mrs J. X. Boston and daughter
s "if spent Saturday with friends at
Mr- Adah (Javonder is the guest
r Mr, ('. 1 Browning, of Hosi
s 'up Weldon has gone to
when; ho has a position olorking
Mis H. F. Hay no returned
1 1 i".Jay night from a visit to friends
I rankfort, Ky.
I rank Doss was in the city thin
w Ho iu firing on the I. C. and
- ntioucd at Dixon.
i' have a beautiful line of fancy
'times boys, dont forget that girls.
' H OrmcV drug store.
Herman Parmoutcr was in the city
'"week. He waB en route from
15 a Mo., toQuincy, III.
I' ,ou want the common globes
' ave them lfiecach, two for 25c,
Makion Ei.kctrio Lioht Co.
' I Fierce has returned from
I He was benefitted
'r but is .not well,
And Besides this we hove
some nice Bench Tailored
Suits, just one or two of u lot,
ut less than Wholesale Prices.
The Quality, Style and Pit arc-still
sS The Price is Gone !
With the Spring
we are Amply
Prepared to Cater
to your wants
With a new and
elegant line of
If you have not seen
our 10, 12 1-2 and 15c
Ginghams that we are
F. Julius Foha left Monday for
Burnett Moore ol Tolu a in
C. W. Hayue went t
John Hughe and John Ealcy
were here Monday.
W. Walker ot Mattoon was
in Marion Monday.
J. M. Persons went to Louisville
Tuesday on business.
Mrs. Robert Knoch visited friends
near Fredonia this week.
Jas. K Chittenden of Hopkins,
ville was in town Monday.
Miss Addie Conyer left Tuesday
to visit relatives in I'adueah.
Miss Pearl Dunn was the guest of
friends in the city this week.
It. fi. Bcbout pacsed through
town Tuesday enroute to Padueah.
Mrs. John P. Itecd, of Kuttawa,
is the guest of Mrs. A. B. Tinsley.
J. It. Catlett and Sam Henderson
of Princeton were in the city Sunday.
Miss Hattie Shuttlesworth was the
guest of relatives in Marion, Monday.
Mrs. J. I. Clement has been ouitc
ill several days, but is reported some
It. M. Frank and Dan Brown
were in Fredonia Tuesday on business.
Dell Hardin and family left Sunday
for Hopkinsville, where they
Miss Laura Hurley wapt to Louisville
Monday to get "the spring style-,
Mr. and Mrs. Oil Tuektr were the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Htnry Itiec,
Itev. T. C. Carter want to Princeton
Tuesday to marry a couple from
Mia Carrie Moure f Hopkinaulle
was in the city Sunday and wai the
guest of her parents.
Clarence Franks went to Tolu
Tuesday to spend a few days visiting
relatives and friends.
Jas. Tolly will leave soon for
to inspect a tract of timber
containing over 15,000 trees.
Kd Doss, Uobt. Enoch, Ira Pierce
loft Thursday for Holy Springs Miss,
where they will work as bridge hands
for a railroad Co.
TAYLOR & CANNAN
Dr Nfwcom It" ton was in
1 the cit Tuesday
Mrs. L. K. ('rider is visiting her
mother in Crayncville.
J. M. Spickard, of Fredonia, was
here on business last Tuesday.
Ulaud Cook ot Harrisburg, HI. attended
James Canada the Crayncville
merchant was in town Tuesday on
High grade hygienic toilet requisites,
for sale by Mrs. Nina Howerton.
Phone J 11.
Miss Xaoma Minner, of Tolu, was
the guest of friends here, Sunday
Mrs. W. 0. Tucker returned Thursday
night from a visit to her parents
in Frankfort, Ky.
Luther Travis retuncd from Louisville
Saturday were he has been the
guest of his brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Biggin, of
Madisonville, were the guests of
Mrs. Q. M. Conyer, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Guess, of
were the guests ot Sheriff J.
F. Flanary and mother, last week.
We will be pleased to show you
the cicesl line of valentine goods in
town. J. H. Orme's drug store.
Mrs. Frank SUton. of Clarksville,
Tenn., is visiting her brother, Will
Staton, at the Crittenden Hotel.
Insure with us
Mow is the time
Opot cash for losses
II should be protected
D you insured?
Cvery ComHiny reliable
tAihen does policy expire
s your policy in force?
Telephone Number 32
I IJnderstand your contract
Cecure the best there is
Bourland & Hay'nes
The Stongest Agency
Opp. P. O. Marios, Ky.
Krv Benjamiu Andres and wife
were the guests of relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. King returned
to Memphis Tuesday, after a visit to
her parent?, Mr. and Mrs. Q. M.
A. Thurston Pope of Louisville
was here Sunday and Monday. He
is interested in, mineral land in this
Mcsdames Grant Davidson and
Clarence Stevens spent Sunday with
Anthony Davidson, who is very low
Judge J. P. Pierce returned
Thursday irom Florida where he
spent several weeks for the restoration
of his health.
All the ladies who wish to remain
"young and beautiful," should attend
the reception at Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Kirk, of
Morley, Miss., are expected in the
city about March let, to visit her
sister, Mrs. Jas. L. Travis.
Dr. Geo. W. Stone, graduate optician,
glasses fitted, satisfaction guaranteed,
difficult cuea solicited. Office
Prk8 bldg. Marios, Ky.
Miss Mae Hoyt, of Sturgis, passed
thru town the first of the week, en
route to Tolu. She was the guest
of Miss Maggie Moore while here.
Chas. Webber, of Union City,
Mich., was the guest if J. I. Clement
on Belleville street last week- He
is now visiting friends in Fredonia.
Smith James ana wife, of
wen in town last week on a
busiuess trip, and also visiting relatives.
Mrs. James returned to
C. Guetafson and little son of
Coalgate I. T. left Thursday morning
for their home after a two weeks
visit to Misses Wheeler hi sister-in-law
on Court square.
The new stained glass window
which the Ladies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church ordered some
weeks ago have arrived and will be
put in as soon as the weather permits.
Mrs. Lola Davidson expects to
leave Friday foj the Cincinnati markets
to purchase her spring stock
of millinery. She will eo by Danville,
Ky., to visit her son, Archie,
who is attending college there.
Mr. Hugh Wilboro and Miss
Johnnie Fritts were married Feb. 7,
at 4 o'clock p. m., at the gate of
Itev. W. T. Oakley. Miss Fritts
has many friends among her acquaintances,
and Mr. Wilborn is a prosperous
young farmer. The Presh
as well as many friends of the parties,
G B. Butler, of Decatur, 111 , an '
related to many of
our best people, was here Monday,
shaking hands with old friends, tie
left Tuesday for Salem to visit his
brother, Albert Butler.
C. M. Ledbetter, of Memphis,
Tenn.. passed through the city Fri
day en route to Cave-in-Hock to visit
the old folks at home. Charlie has
a fine position on a government
Mrs. W. N Rochester and Mrs.
.Nina Howerton will give an open
house busiuess reception at Mrs.
Howerton's residence, Saturday afternoon.
Feb. 16. Hours 2 to 5.
Ladies especially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McConnell
feel most kindly toward Dr. M.
and his associates who operated
on their daughter Sallic. Dr.
came here and after an examination
advised Mr. and Mrs. McConnell
that there was absolutely no hope
without the operation, aud a very
faint ray with it. He and his associates
did not make any charge for the
operation but did all they could to
relieve the sufferer.
LOST On Thursday Feb.
1907, between the John Nunn
and Harry Culley's, a pair of gold
rimmed spectacles in square case.
Finder return them and be rewarded.
Joel A. C. Pickens.
-H- I 1 ! i I 1 ! ! m ! !
i Grist & Feed !
Are now in operation and 7.
have employed an experienced
J man to operate our mill. We
are prepaied to furnish out X
- customers with all kinds of f
i ctushed and ground fed, and
X Buhr Meal and
1 Graham Flour.
We give prompt attention to i
X custom work, and will run any X
X and all days through the week.
Call at the old Bigham Mill
4. stand and give us a trial.
x The Wilson Feed
land Grist Mills,!
1 YOU OFTEN WONDER! f
g If We realty do Sell Goods like we advertise them. Well, the best way to find
39 out is to COME AND SEE for S.
3& And Come Examine the Goods
$15.00 and 16.50 Suits
3) WE SAVE YOU MONEY
S AND PLEASE YOU TOO
you have m i s s e d
seeing some great
THIS Looks nice on paper,
but to fully realize
what it means you
should see the Goods.
$12.50 Overcoats for $8 50
$10.00 " " $7.50
$ 7.50 " " $5.00
$ 7.50 " " $4.50
$ 5.00 " " $3.76
$4.50 Pants for $3.50
3.50 " " 2.75
3.00 " " 2.50
2.50 " " 1.95
7.50 Cloaks 4.95
5.50 " 3.85
4.00 " 2.65
We Sell Goods at Advertised prices
If you want
It will pay you to
always come and
see our line before
making your pun-chases.
New & Stylish
On all Heavy Underwear
Sweaters and Fascinators
The Shoe Proposition 3
Sometimes; Worry You Jj
Try Qur Receipe t&
! W. L. DOUGLAS for Men
DUTTEtf HOT ER for Ladies 3
and RED SCHOOL HOUSE for )$&
Children and get relief (g
AT ONCE g
They cost you no S
more than many in- &
ferior brands and
there is no g&
isonin Quality, com-
fort and Durability.
V W Nunu dentist Press Building
J It To of Lola km id Marion
E. E. Mitchell who has been the
gueBt of her sister, Mrs. S. II.
on Bellville street for the past
two months left Wednesday afternoon
for Florida on a prospecting trip.
He is uncertain as to where ha will
locate or what he will engage in.
Mr. Mitchell has made many friends
Having moved away from Marion,
Ky., it will be impossible for me to
see you personally, consequently all
our unpaid accounts and all notes
due of Hina Hardwaro Co. are
Co. will on the 25th, day of
Feb. 1907. bo put into the hands
of an attorney for collection; but any
one wishing to settle before this tima
may do so by calling on C. E. WeU
don, where you will find our books
Very truly yours,
Sturgis, Ky, C. B. Hl.fA.
A Crltlefirfen Cmt; lij PfHHtH.
Dr. Vernon Fox, of View has bcea
chosen to assist the Prof, of Anatomy
quizing the Anatomy class in
the hospital college of medicine at
Louisville. Dr. Fox was chosen last
year assistant demonstrator of Anatomy
id the same college.
Card 01 Tfeuks.
Our hearts will ever go out to
those kind friends who administered
to our darling Sallie in her long illness.
May God's richest blessings
TUOH. J. McCo.NXKI.1. AND WlfE.
A Guaranteed Cure For Piles
Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Producing
Piles. Druggists arc authorized
to refund money if Pazo Ointment
fails to cure in G to 14 days price 50c
For Sale Or Trade
I have alittle place of 7 acres with
log house, two rooms, good cistern,
fine spring, located one mile south cf
Crayneville on public road. For sale
or trade for stock; price $85.00 0- C.
Cook M. D.
A house with 5 rooms, wood and
coal-house and lumber-house cittern
at the back door undercover, la the
central part of town and a convenient
place for taking boarders. For father
information apply at Pre Offiicc.
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