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WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES
AND PLEASE YOU TOO
Great Showing of Spring Goods ! 3 S
Wc were never better prepared to meet the wants of the people jf
in first class merchandise than we are at the present time!
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Does not make the man, but
it is useless to create a disturbance
by going without
them when you can buy a
Suit at what you have to pay
most places for a common
We have them for men and
boys, in the latest styles
Get one for
DO YOU WANT
The Dress Goods
that is Uptodate?
Then call and examine our new
Spring Line of
Silks, Silk Voiles,
Voiles, Fancy Suitings
Fancy and Plain
Swisses, Etc., Etc.,
In fact almost all the new
ueaves and fabrics.
Do not wait until late in
the season and expect to
get the best selections.
Miss Nannie Howe, of Horse Cae,
Ky., who has been the guest of her
brother, Eld. J. S. Rowe, left Tuesday
for her homo.
C. J. Haury has purchased a billiard
parlor in Bowling Green, aud
sold his outfit here to C. E. Doss,
who will conduct it at the same
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. J. Haury left
Wednesday night for their new home
in Bowling, Green, Ivy. Their
many friends regret so much to give
Miss Katherino Hodge, a Henderson
society bello, was shown much
attontion by the young folks of this
city during her recent visit to Miss
J. Frank Conger left Tuesday for
Canyon City, Tox., on a prospecting
tour. He contemplates going West
to grow up with tho country.
New Line Shirts
Laces and Embroideries,
Lace Curtains and Curtain
Swiss, Carpets and Rugs,
Druggets and Mattings.
New antf Novel Things
in Ladies Belts
New Line Hats and Caps
LONG SILK GLOVES
Better buy them nou uhile you
can get them.
TAYLOR & CAMNAN
Chastaiu Hajne- left Tuesday for
F.dgie Gregor, ol was
in town Tuesday.
Clove Martin, of Dycusburg, was
in the city Tue-day.
Miss Cora Graves, of Dycusburg,
viitiuu friend- in the city Tue-day.
hTsis km iiiiisst:
from Cincinnati aud
Mr. II. b. Pollaid the old reliable
baker and Harry Steel went to
Friday on and al-o
called on Mr. Pollard s father who
ha- been very ill.
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Hundreds of our customers
depend on us for
advance style, faultless
; finish, dependable
ity and value.
!l WHY NOT YOU ?
MRS. Z. E. LOVE,
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Mrs. G. C. Graj and Miss Willie
Croft left Tuesday for Louisville,
where thoy will meet Miss Ellis
Gray, who is attending sohool at
31 r. Herbert Whitney, pf Water
Valley, Miss., who accompanied his
wife and son here, visited friends in
Evansvillc 3Ionday. He left for his
home in the South Tuesday.
Geo. II. Crider, who has been ill
at tho home of his W.
D. Haynes, for the past niue weeks,
loft Tuesday afternoon for his home
iu Canyon city, Tex.
The millinery opening of Mrs. 'A.
E. Love last Friday and Saturday
was attonded by large crowds both
days. Tho music was quite enjoyable
and the hats arc onoof tho prettiest
line seeii in 3Iarion for some time.
The sales were very pleasing to 3Irs.
Fire and tornado
G. P. Wil-on, of Hodney, was in
Frank Iycus, of Dycusburj;
in the city Wednesday.
With no trouble
Red School House
Hev. Andres will preach at Tolu
next Sunday, 3Iarch 24.
Henry Haynes will return Friday
after some weeks stay in Do Land Fla.
S. A. Nuiim, of Blackford, is the
guest of his daughter, Mrs. T. A.
Kev. Hen Andres and J. W. Wil
son attended the funeral of 31 r. Z.
T. Terry at Hurricane Tuesday.
Juo.'31ontgomery, of Providence,
was the guest of 3Irs. J. .
Kevil 3Ionday and Tuesday.
W. II. 31cHlroy returned home
Sunday from Cincinnati, wheie he
ha- been for the past month.
'A. A. Bennett arrived in the city
Tuesday morning. He is not much
pleased with his work in the South.
He has asked for a cooler territory.
3Iiss Fitniua Butter, of Hampton,
was in the city Saturday and Sunday.
She was en route home from Paducah
aud the of 31 rs. Grant
Davidson, while here.
Ashbey, the ostepath, was
here Wednesday and will return Friday,
.anyone wishing to see her will
find her at the residence of C. 10.
Bonakey ou Depot St. corner Walker
Wc arc informed that an indictment
has been returned against John
U. Gregory and Virgil Sisco and
that the trial of the latter will come
up to-day or Friday and the former
on Saturday. Both cases wc are
told will be tried this court.
Chas. 31. Simpson, of 31emphis
31ines, recently died
morning of dropsy. He was thirty-five
years of ago. His wife who was
31is Joiner, survives him. The
burial took place at Crooked Creek,
the funeral services was conducted
by Bev. E. B. Blackburn.
Hev. J. F. Price is uow in a meeting
with Bev. B. F. 3Ic3Iican at
Fairviow, Ind. It is a good church
and excellent people They are
having fine congregations and a
deep ipterest. The outloook is
favorable for a good meeting. Bev.
Mc3Iican is lucky iu securing Bro.
Price to assist him.
A. Lincoln Kirk, a monologue
will be at the school auditorium
31onday, April Sth. This
entertainment will bo given for tho
benefit of the Presbyterian church.
31r. Kirk comes highly recommended
aud it is assured that all who hear
him will bo pleased. Tho money
will bo used to placo the new windows
in tho church. It is hoped
that a good many will avail themselves
of the opportunity to hear tho
lecture, and at tho samo time aid
the ladies in getting the church furnished.
There is no trouble ahead. 2y
Then buy the Shoes and jjjj"
Oxfords that give you no 3
F.W.Nunn,deutist, Press Building
Jas. Tolley left Tuesday lor
Dave liyrd, of Frcdonia, was in
the city Tuesday.
Geo. P. Roberts returned Saturday
night lrom Chicago.
Bo-s Given, of Providence, was
iu the city a few days this week.
Hats of the hour at a popular
price. 31ns. Z. K. Love.
Mr-. Ho-e Mayes, of Caldwell
Spring-, was in the city Saturday.
Mrs. J. L. Nicholson and children,
of Henderson, aio the guests
Mr-. Horace Ilcndcl Sayre.
Little Miss Vera Conycr has been
on the list, but is better now.
There will be at the Christian
church every second Sunday
Eld. J. W. Flynn, pastor.
Watch my advertisement each
week. F. S. Stilwcll, t(ie Dentist,
over Marion Hank.
It. II. Butler, who was in a sanitarium
in St. Louis to bo treated for
hemorhoids, is now at home and is
entirely well. Mr. Butler is being
congratulated by his many friends.
Before Buying :
Come and See Our
Spring Line of . . .
We have a
Complete line of
5c and 10c
M. E. FOHS.
I F.Wunn, dentist, Press Building.
Luther Baukin, of Weston, was
iu the city last week.
K. L. Franklin, of Paducah, was
in the city Monday.
Judge J. F. Gordon is in the city
this week holding court.
Mr.-. W. N. Hochcster left Friday
to isit friends in Fredonia.
Chastain Ilayncs returned Tuesday,
after a short stay in Danville.
Judge and Mrs. J. Ii Yeats, of
Dycusburg, were in the city Mouday.
Mrs Tom McConnell is the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Glenn, of Kddyvillc.
Miss Daisy Copher spent Sunday
with her aunt, Mrs. Tom James, of
Miss Cora Melton returned Wednes
day from Nashville, where she has
been studying music.
Samuel A. Nunu, of Blackford,
was in the city Monday and was a
plea-ant caller at this oflice.
Watch my advertisement each
week. F. S. Stilwcll, the
over Marion Bank.
FOB SALE A new two horse
wagon, or will take a good young
cow and calf for part pay P. 0. box
US Marion, Ivy.
Mr. and Mrs. II. U. Phillips and
children, ol Tolu, came up Friday en
loute to Wiggin-, Mis--., where they
Miss Mabel Guess left Friday for
Salem to visit her sister, Mrs. John
Gray, who is ill
Dr. J. W. Tnslcr has returned
from a visit to Frankfort, Ky., and
Mrs. Herbert Whitney and son,
of Water Valloy, Miss., arrived Sunday
to visit her parents, Mr. aud Mrs.
R. F. Dorr.
W. H. Clark returned Thursday
from Paducah, where ho assisted in
organizing a new lodge of the Woodmen
of the World.
H. II. Sayre has secured a position
with a Louisville house which
deals in mining machinery, aud will
travel for thorn in the south.
Mrs. A. S. Cavendcr displayed her
now and up to date lino of millinery
Friday aud Saturday. The hats and
flowers were beautiful. She was
assisted by Miss Laura Hurley, who
is trimming for her. Each visitor
was given a bunch of violots and also
served hot chocolate.
FOll SALE A few maplo shado
trees, from 10 to 35 cents each according
to size. W. D. Haynes.
J. M. Pavey. of Vcvay, Tnd., accompanied
by his wife, passed
through the city Tuesday morning
enroute to Salom to visit Mrs. Pavoy's
mother, Mrs. Samuel Wolford, who
is quite ill.
Bourland & Haynes,
Dr. Wallace, of Blackford, attended
the Medical Society, Tuesday.
II. D. of Paducah,
in the city Sunday.
Will Wallace, of Sturgis, was in
town a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 31. Persons returned
from Louisville, Tuesday.
Sec. of State, II. V. McChesiiey
was in the city the first of the week.
Mrs. Jeff Chandler, of Blackford,
visited friends here, a few days this
Mrs. Fannie Champion Criiu,
of bikeston, Mo., l- the guest of her
mother, Mrs. Fallen Taylor.
P. S. Maxwell left Tuesday afternoon
for Ardniore, I. T. on a business
Mr-. Minnie Shuttleworth, of
Hebron, i- isitiug her Mrs.
Thurston Pope, of Louisville, was
here a few days this week looking
after his mineral interest-.
Mrs. Kilio Baker, of Baker's Sta
tion, was the of her brother,
W. B. Butler, Saturday.
Will Clifton left Monday afternoon
for St Louis, where he will get
his new fall line of sample-.
John L. Walker, of Mayfield, was
iu the city this week, to visit his
sister, Mrs. L. II. Paris, and brother
Mrs. K. L. Franklin, of Paducah,
passed through town Tuesday en
route to see her mother, who is very
Messrs Simpson and Elder, of
Salem, were in the city Monday on
route to Louisville, where they will
purchase their Spriug stock of goods.
Mrs. A. II. Cardin has returned
from several weeks stay in Florida f
and was in our city Mouday euroute '
to her homo at View.
T. in Hopton Tues-
Be. Andre- will preach at Tolu
next Sunday, 3Iarch 21.
31 rs. Tom Guess, of
was iu the city Satuiday.
Allen Pans, of Cave-in-
m the city
J. II. Steinuian, ol Critteudca
was m town Wednesday.
Hon. and 3Irs. J. L. Grayot arc
gucstsat Hotel Crittenden this week.
31 rs. Ben Andres left Tuesday for
Louisville, liere she will visit her
parents for a low week-.
31 r. and 31 J. 31. Terry, fo
Hepton neighborhood, left 3Iondav
for Billings, 3Iont., where they expect
to make their home.
T. A. Hauhin and family, of
Fords Ferry, have moved to town and
are occupying their residence on Gum
J. A. Graves, the general manager
of the D.KUsburg Canning Co.,
was in the eit) Tue.-day on business
ocf'ore the circuit com t.
J. D. Farris and Sam Gugenhieiu
left Sunday for Louisville, where
they will buy their Spring stock of
goods lor the
.-tore at Salem.
Edward, the little son of K. J.
Ilayward, who quite ill, is ou
the highway to recovery and will be
out soon if he has no relapse. Dr.
Dixon, the attending physician, called
Dr. Bethel, the noted specialist
of Ky., in consultation
last week. 31iss Flaherty, the
trained nurse from Henderson, is
waiting on the little patient.
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