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i We Always Sell As Cheap I
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s As We Advertise, and in Some Instances Cheaper, as any of You S&
2a Found Out During' our Special Bargain Sale. OS 3
vve sum nave some
-Ci Special Values in
jsS Suits and Overcoats
,0 and if you are in
r cither you can save good
niuiiuy uy ruining di uncu
'J and at least looking them
H DON'T WAIT TOO LONG!
4S WE SAVE YOU MONEY
Z&( AND PLEASE YOU TOO
We are now prepared to
in Laces, Embroideries,
of the famous
Shirts and Collars
NEW LINE OF MATS
, Nuii,donLiat,Pru Building
" r'annio Jetmittgii waa in
' liioum lM friMU in
i I aiimla. of OayHflHHt, wni
! S HiHry loft Friday for
M Mar Perry spont Sunday
ii in Blackford.
Ui.r MoCtwnoll spent Sunday
ii m Blaokford.
M. school has rU0 pupils up
(i. iiUfctMiliiom loft Sunday for
Hay no upout Sunday In
k iii ill.
I - Maniio llonry olo!ctl a very
nchool at Oraynovlllo, Fri
ll II. Colo, of Frodonia,
' - tobaeoo ut this place, Satur-
M Una Colo arrived Monday
She will sow with Mm.
mi Taj lor and little daughtor
M.- ar- uniting in Prinoaton thin
M It K. Drcnnan was the guost
V .la. Honry, a few days last
Ida Koon Butler loft
l.rr home. She had boon tho
f Friends in this city for tho
! ..AN IMPORTANT..!
To every one wanting
insurance in reliable
VU" can insure you
sAinst anything but
: Cridcr & Woods
V W. Nunn. dentist, 1'renn Building.
lUy Duvall uu in Sullivan, Sunday
iH. M. Cridor wai in 1'riNMtan
Rev. ,1. F. I 'riot was In
Honry Mt, of Mattoon, wai in
town Tim red ay.
W. C5. Clifton loft Thursday for
Dr. Morelaud, of Ford Kerry, was
in town. Saturday.
Mlas iiinnio Nunn, of Hepton, was
in tho city, Saturday.
Mr. and Mm. Claud Lamb Mpont
Sunday in Blaokford.
Mrs. Votnon Oalloy visitod
in Craynovillc last week.
Mr. and Mr. W. B. Walkor wore
in Blackford, Sunday afternoon.
Dounio Hubbard, of Shady Grove,
wan in the oily Thursday of last
Josiah Conger, of Loxington,
Tonii., was in the oity a few days
Mrs. Orcon Jaoobs, daughtor of
Win. hoyd, is still very low with
Mrs. Frod Durham and baby, of
Nobo, aro the guosts of hor parents
on ilollvillo street.
Mr. and Mrs. Honry Dunn attended
tho closing exoroisos of the
school, Friday night.
llev. Powell, who conduotod the
mootiiiK at tho Baptist oh u roll, loft
Saturday for Louisville.
Mrs. G. M. Swisher aftor spending
fovora! days at this place, left
for her homo at Tunica, Miss.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Honnett, of
.. wore the iruosts of Hcv. J. S.
- - -
Henry bundiyand 4lonUay.
Dr. Fox, of Lovias, ono of the
county's most prosperous young physicians,
was iu the city Tuesday.
Mrs. C. K. Woldon and little
daughter, lMwinna, visited Mrs.
Frank Loyd, of l'rodonia. last week.
Dr. Win. Ashes and daughter.
Miss Ruby of lllackford wore tho
guost of Johu Aflhorand family Sunday.
Messrs MoUonnollo and Stono loft
Monday for Cincinnati. Thoy havo
gono to purchase thoir spriug stook
A. S. Cavondor, lolt Men-for
Louisville, whoro she will buy
hor spring stock of dry goods and
Ira IMocc, Kd Doss and A inline
Knocl. wore in town a few days last
wook. Thoy loft Saturday for Holly
Mossrs Taylor and Caiman loft Mon
day for Louisville and Cincinnati,
whero thoy will buy thoir spriug
stock of goods- t
Little Miss Virgio Bugg, of Fro-
Innia. was tho truest of her grand
iiarentH. Kov. and Mrs. J. S. Honry,
a few days last wook.
MisH Caroline Homan, of Nnshvillo
nrrived Sunday. She will assist Mrs.
'. K. Lovo as head trimmer in
millinery business tins season.
Lace Curtains, Window Shades
New Line or Spring Ginghams
Jacob (.'rider armed from Kansas
Dr. J. U. Dixon wai in
.J aulas Dobsou, of l'rodonia, was
iu tho oity Thursduy.
Col. L. II. J:uii06 was iu
W. B. Wilborn, of Fonis Forry,
was in town last wook.
Dr. John U. Dixon wae in
on business last wook.
Mrs. Johnson Cridor, of l'rodonia,
was in the oil Saturday afternoon.
Miss Joiie Dawson, of Crayne-Tillo,
wa in town shopping Wednesday.
Mrs. Columbus Xoaly loft Friday
for St. Louis, where she will be join
ed by Mr. Noaly.
Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Moore were
tho uuosts of Mr. and Mr.. K. B.
Moore lost wook.
Miss Williams arrived Thursday
night. She will trim for Mrs. Davidson
John Asbridgo and wife have
moved to the Wilson Hill farm from
noar Caldwell Springs.
Mrs. Z. K. Love returned last
week from Nashville where she got
tho latest stylos in millinery.
Hob Cook was in Salem most ot
last weok. He wont down to work-in
Howard McConnell, who has been
confined to his bed lor the past two
weeks, with la grippe is now able to
Chas. IUlston, of Caldwell
Springs, was in Marion last Wednesday
assisting John Asbridge about
There will be services at Crooked
Creek Baptist church, Sunday March
the 10th. Sermon by Rev. J. B.
Mrs. J. R. Finley was called to
Dycusburg last Thursday on account
or the illnoss of her brother, Mr.
Master I'aul Rhoa Metx, son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Motz, is visiting
his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Motz, of Mattoon.
Missca Kthol Hard and Pearl
Jamos attended tho closing oxercios
of Miss Mamie Henry's school at
Craynovillc Friday night.
G. K. Grissom wont to Princeton
Thursday to ct up the Cranston
pross sold to the Loader by the
George Howell, of Blodgott, Mo.,
was in tho oity a few days this week
greotmg his many frionds. He is
well pleased with his new homo
J. N Roberts and wife, of Mat-
toon vicinity, were hore last Woduos
day doing some shopping. While
hero they wore the guosts of Mrs. K.
0. II. Paris, who is working at
Clay spoilt Saturday ind Sunday at
liomo Ho was aoeompanied to
Blackford on his return by Mrs. Paris
Dr. Geo, W. Stono,, graduate optician,
glasses fitted, satisfaction
guaranteed, difficult cases solicited.
CTfiiklPfiss Bids. Suite N'o. 1.
take care of your wants
Swisses, India Linons,
" Tom Clifton left Monday for Greenville.
J. F. Dorror, of Crayncville, was
in the city Monday.
Thos. B. Wilborn, of Hopkinville,
was in town, Sunday.
R. F. HayupH and A. J. Pickens
woro in KransTflfo Sunday.
S. M. Weldon who Is at work in
Suirgis, spont Sunday at home.
Chas. Moore, of Hendorson, spont
Sunday with his lamily in this city.
T. II. Lowery, of Kvansville,
his family in this city, Sunday.
Mrs. Geo. Roborts went to
Sunday to consult an ocoulist.
Dr. Trislor left Monday for Cincinnati.
He expects to be gone
about a week.
Mrs. Sam GuRsnhiom is the guest
of hor naront. Mr. and Mrs. II. B.
Williams, of Providence.
Mrs. Jas. Arfl'ack, of Nunns was
the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Potter, the first of the
S. M. Weldon, of Marion, has
a position with the Wost
Kcntuoky Coal Co., Colliery "C"
store. Sturgis News Democrat.
John B. Perry arrived Wednesday
from Murray, Ky. He has been
at work with a produce company
there for the past few mouths, but
has resigned his position.
Why buy a cat In a sack at our
exhibit this week wc will show you
a majestic in actual operation.
Cochran & Co.
Dudley Nogglc celebrated his
eleventh birthday on Monday of last
week, by giving dinner to which
he invited his teacher, Miss Kthel
Hard, and his neighbor, Master
Will be in Marion Monday
March 11, to buy good horses
and mules. Bring in your
stock and get the cash,
Layne & Leavel
Insure with us
Mow is the time
Cpot cash for losses
J should be protected
D ou insured?
till hen does policy expire
Is our policy in force?
Telephone Number 32
Understand your contract
Oecure the best there is
Bourland & Haynes
The Stongest Agency
Opp. P. O. Marion, Ky.
Don't think you
can not find all the
that you want. We
have plenty at the
That give the best service, SJ
most comfort and cost you 5jp
less money than others is 3&
what most people want. g
Do you want 3?
that kind too? 3
Then come to us. We have jp
that kind. 13
C. J. Haury, left Monday for
Joe Kuykcndall, of Princeton Ky.
is visiting friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carnahati, of
Blackford, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Carnahau of this city.
John Wood, Dave Wood, of Iron
Hiil.wcrc in thccity Tuesday enroute
to Snyder Okla. anb other points in
Geo. II. Criderwho has been quite
ill was able to be on streets last week.
He hopes soon to be able to look after
his land business aud other real
estate affairs in Canyon City, Texas.
Misses Vienna and Klva Roberts,
of Mattoon, two of the county's best
teachers, left Friday night for Bowling
Green, where they will enter the
Business University of Cherry Bros.
Miss Klva closed her school at
and Miss Vienna closed her
school at Weston in January.
Albert F. Cridcr and wife, of Bi-lox,
Miss., are the proud parents of
a fine son. The little man arrived
last Monday and weighed ten pounds.
The news came to Marion in the
shape of a telegram to Judge Kcvil,
the grand father, and the many
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Crider arc
Mrs. Luther Farmer, who was tho
guest of her husband's parents last
week, left Thursday morning for
her home in Uwcnsboro. Mrs. Farmer
is the daughter of Rev. J. J.
Smith, the evangelist, who is well
known and beloved in this county.
She is an accomplished young woman,
besides beinc highly educated, is a
cornctist of rare ability. She is a
good shot with a rifle or pistol and
has shown prowess in many encounters
with game in the West, where
she made frequent visits with her
father. While she was visiting here
a rabbit appeared in the garden and
quick as a thought she took aim and
brought it down. Mrs. Farmer
made many friends here during her
recent visit who hope she will visit
Marion again ere long.
K. F. Wheeler has returned from
Shelbyville where he attended the
meeting of the Dairyman and the
farmer s institute.
Miss Ruby Bigham, of Chapel
Hill was in the city last week the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Ward.
J. T. Hicklin the groccryman has
Rev. Benjamin Andres, went to
Henderson last week and returned
Miss Vienna Roberts and sister
Klva have gone to Bowling Green to
atteud the 4,Bowling Green Normal
Will lecture on every dog ha3 his
day at the school auditorium Tuesday
eveni ng March 12. Dr. Hcndor is
is Prof, of surgery at hospital college
of medicine at Louisville and duitc
an orator as well. The public is
Has Stood the lest 25 Years.
Tho old orignal Grove's Tastless
Chill Tonic. You know what you
arc taking. It is iron and quinino
in a tastless form. No cure No pay
The ladies aid society of the C.
P. church will have a Bazaar at the
New Marion Hotel Friday night,
A Guaranteed Cure For Piles
Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Producing
Piles. Druggists are authorized
to refund money if Pazo Ointment
fails to cure in G to 14 days price 50 0
Adamson's Automatic Window
Lock holds sash in any position and
locks itself when sash is lowered.
"Thoy never break." Price 25 centr
at all hardware and lumber dealers.
Lost, Strajed or Stolen
One white female shoat weighing
about sixty pounds no marks, blue
spot on back, left my house Feb. 21.
Will pay for its return.
i Marion, Ky; '
I am in business that keeps
me out of Marion and Crittenden
county, except on
Sunday. So I have turned
my back taxes and fees over
to J. M. Freeman to collect, I
have given orders to collect
regardless of consequence, as
I must get this matter off my
hands. A number who have
paid Mr. Flanary, still owe
me taxes, and from now I
shall show you no favors, except
to collect. Dont wait to
see me for you may not sec
me at all, but hunt up Mr.
Freeman and settle up. This
is the last notice I shall pay
for, so goyern yourselves accordingly.
This Feb. 25th,
1907. Jas. W. Lamb,
Electric Light Notes
On March 10 we will discontinue
service to all patrons in arrears on
light bills. Our bills must be paid
promptly on the 1st on presentation
in the future. There are now over
two hundred patrons and, while most
of them arc thoughtful of us and pay.
promptly, for which wc are thankful,
there are many who are not
prompt and some who .iot pay at
all if they can avoid u. Nothing
but cash will pay our employees, our
coal bills, our freight bills, our
breakage and geueral wear and tear
bills. Lot those, x ho are not willingly
and cheerfully paying their
light bills promptly on the 1st, put
in some other light. We cannot afford
and will not carry lights on accounts
not paid promptly.
Electric lights burned all night
will bo charged for extra 1 cent per
night, $3.G0 per annum. If tho
charge is overlooked any month 'will
be added later. We haro the list
and arc keeping the records correctly.
Mabio.v Elkctuio Liqiit & Ice Co.