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GIW YOU GOOD ALLCS
5 AND PLEASE YOU TOO
We have been Lead to believe
that we Lead in the
DRESS GOODS LINE.
You'll believe it when you see it.
Druggets, Carpets, Rugs and Mattings
New line of
Fur and Straw
In all the new styles
New line of the famous
Buy onr long silk
gloves while you can
Just the Things
TAYLOR & CANNAN
PONT OVERLOOK this or NEGLECT to Get YOUR SPRING SUIT! g
For Men and Boys
Yon can sec Uic difference in the
uay they fit and other
Why not get the best when
they cost you no more than
Our line of
Is also complete. Don't fail
to sec them.
If you want them fcr
that are good, pretty S&
and of the latest
styles don't fail to
come and look at l$
OUR LINE. jg
We have them for Men, 5
Women, Misses, Little p"
Gents and Children, and 3
we guarantee value re- 13-
ceived with each pair. jjjfe
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an a witness in
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til next Tbitrsday.
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1 many friends
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Before Buying i
:omc and Sec Our '
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Side Combs j
Back Combs J
Hand Bags I
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M E. FOHS.
r W Nuno.dvolut, l're Building.
Mr Eugene liuew wm bere Moa-Uj.
Call oa Hietlia for lout, ' tutal
Seldoa Magta wa it
Mia MTt Hairy ipMt Saadar
P. 0. Moore, or Sbarid&n, was
io tbii eity Monday.
Mr. and Mr. Albort Canaan risk
ed friends at Nanae Sunday.
Mitt Italia Wilbora and Mise ltd-
aa Colt pent Snnday in Fradouia.
Ungb McCoaael and Dr. C. G.
More la ad, of 1'ord Ferry, wera bora
Virgil Cox returned Sunday from
P.duch, after bavin; wild attaek
Mr. Had Mrs. W. I). Canaan spent
Saaday witb Mr. aad Mrs. P. (J.
Stephens, of Repton.
Watch mj adrtrtisomoHt onok
wool. K. 5. Stilwell, the tUutist,
oror Marion Hank.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. MeCboitioy
apoat Snaday in Kredouia, guest of
Mr. und Mrs. W. K. Cox.
At .1. II. Urine's ilmg store you
ean find orerj thing in the onstdr
nortltioii and ou tnirt.
Mr. .). 1. Clement nml little
ilaiiithters, Marion and honiae, vis
itl friend in Crider Sunday.
.Mrs. .1. It. Shrode loft Sunday
for lior lionia in Hopllnsvillo, aftor
spending a fow days with rolativos
in this city.
rOH SALK A now two horso
waL'on. or will take a eood voune
cow and calf for part pay 1'. 0. box
n Marion. Ky.
We have a largo assortment of
enster ojrgs, haskots and onnl novel
tioi. See our window at Urnio's
Hv. M. M. Bonton. of liOiiisvillo.
oaiuo Friday to oonduot the
sorvieo at tho I'rosbytcrian ohuroh
Mrs. Kiinnio Urim. of Charleston,
Mi)., who has boon tho gtiost of
Mrs. Taylor, lior motlior, lolt Min
day for hor homo.
Itov. V. K. Yates, of
was hero Monday on route homo from
Tonn., wnoro no nssistou
in a groat mooting.
Dr. and Mrs. V. F. Gardner, of
Shoridnn. woro tho guests of Mr.
and Mrs. II. V. Morris, Saturday
Itov. .las. 1". Price, of this city,
is still assisting tho Itov. 15. l'
MoMican in a mooting near Princo
ton, lnd., nml thoy are having n
very successful mooting, having had
a half dozen professions already.
ItnurLtid iV Innurance.
Sam Mark, of Tolu, was in town
Mr. W. T. Carloss spout Sunday
Mr. Mattiii Whaoler spent Suu
day in Blackford.
Miss Florence Teerloft for Moxioo
last week to visit friouds.
Mrs. A. H. Dyeus, of Dyousburg
was in the otty Sautnlay.
Mr Winfrod Sienmaker visited
bis parents Sunday in Tolu.
Ww, Burnett and .loo Brown, of
Toln, weio in onr Pity Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hartzell, of Ohio,
are vititint; in Marion and ilopton.
Mises Kilio and Meudozen Deboo
spent Suuday with Iriends in Black
Mr. C. Y. Franks spont Suuday
with his sister Mrs. T. T. Guoss of
Hot. ,1. Y. Flynn loft Saturday to
fill his ropulur appointmout at St.
Mr. and Mrs. John Coohran spont
erernl days last week with relative
I. Ii. Xunu and daughters. Missos
Xelle and Mabel, of Hodnoy, wore in
Hiekliu will pay you the market
price in money or goods for your
tegs and chickens.
Mrs. Gus Taylor and little daughter,
Marie, returned homo from
Mrs, II. Arf Haynoswont to
to attend tho golden wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. S.
Felix Cox returned Sunday from
Pnduoah, whoro he has boon to visit
his son, Yirgil who is sick with
Row Yirgil Klgm was called to
Hopkiiibvillo Monday night by a
tolegram stating his mothor was in
a dying condition.
Miss Addio Boyd roturnod Tues
day from Inkstor, X. I), whoro she
had boon tho guest of her sistor,
Mrs. J. H. Willott.
Tho now stained glass windows
nro being placed in the
tonan church this woek. Contractor,
Forost Heath, is doing the work,
assisted by Claude Champion.
Rev. Benjamin Andros filled his
appointment at Tolu Sunday and re
turned I uosday. lie lett Wednes
day to visit Mr. J. I. Clement iu
You will find tho cotton chicks
tho natural chick, natural ducks,
whito cotton rabbits, paper macho
rabbits, paper eggs and comic figures
of all descriptions at Onuo's drug
II. II. Sayro wa at home Sunday.
R. K. Wilborn was in Sturgis Sunday.
Maurioo Sutherland was iu Sturgis
Gus Graves, of Dyousburg. was in
Mm. G. Y. Stono ratumod homo
Sunday from Kolsoy.
Cleve Martin, of Ityousburg, was
in tho city lant week.
Judge Gordon spont Sunday at
his home iu Madisonvillc.
T. R. Troondlc, of Hopkinsvillc,
attondod oourt hero this week.
H. G. Whitney, or Yator Valley,
Miss., spout Sunday in this city.
Col. 1). 0. Roborts. of Paducah,
was in the oity the first of the woek.
Watch my advertisement each
week. F. S. Stilwell, the dentist,
over Marion Bank.
... PIImwV ... i
Hundreds of our I
tomcrs depend on us for I
advance style, faultless
finish, dependable I
ity and value. I
WHY NOT YOU ?
MRS. Z. E. LOVE,
Iludnall Landrum, of Princeton,
spout Sunday in tho city, with his
cousins Misses Maude and Bcrnico
Mrs. Robt. Wigginton and daughter,
Miss Imogcno, of Frcdoma woro
the gnosis of friends in the city Sunday.
G. lT. Dollai, tho superintendent
of tho Kloctric Co., was called to tho
Walnut Grovo vicinity to sco his
mother, who is very ill.
Mrs, Mary Pavcy, of Yovay, lnd.,
passed through town Tuesday en-route
homo from Union neighborhood,
where she had boon called on
the account of the illuesss of her
mother, Mrs. Sum Wolford.
Harry Steele was in Sturgis Sunday.
Kdgio Grogory was in the oity last
W. M. Saunders was in Louisville
Frank Guoss, of Tolu, was in
town last woek.
Fire and tornado insurance. Bour-laud
Miss Ida Duvall was the guest of
friends here Friday.
J. T. Hicklin will sell you flour
cheaper than anyvone.
Kugone Clark, of Tolu, was in
J. A. Gravos, of Deusburg, was
in town this week
Hugh Dalton, of Dyousburg, was
in town this week.
Miss Cora Gravos. of Dyousburg,
was in the city Monday.
Kugone Graves, of Paducah, "attended
court here Monday.
J. 0. Brown, of Tolu,""was' the
guest of his son Foster several days
Mrs. Nannie Cochran is visiting
her son Mr. Geo. Cochran in Nashville
Rev. E. B. Blackburn left Saturday
to fill his appointment at Grand
Hicklin pays less ront than anv
other grocer and will sell you goods
Mr. Kit Nunn and daughters were
in town Thursday the guests of Mrs.
C. W. Lamb.
Mrs. Marshal, of Columbus Ohio,
is the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
It. D. Drescher.
Mrs. J. L. Shrode, of Hopkins-ville,
arrived Thursday to visit her
father, Mr. C. K. Doss.
Mr. and Mrs. Oil Tucker spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Rico in Frcdonia.
Mrs. Harry Hale and littlo daugh
tor, of Salem, are the guests of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Franklin, of
Paducah, passed through town Sunday
on routo home from Lovias.
Mrs. W. C. Carnahan visited
friends in Blackford, tho first of tho
Mrs. G. C. Gray and Miss Willio
Croft returned Tuesday from Louisville.
B. L. Johnson was in tho oity
Monday enrouto to Greenville, whoro
he will move his family and engage
in tho sowing machino business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. MoMurry, of
Repton, havo moved to this city,
and are occupying tho Morgan residence
on the corner of Walker and
J. B. Hughes was in Fredonia
Mrs. Geo. Givcns spent Sunday
Ohas. Taylor, of Tolu, was in
Frank Morgan, of Princeton, was
in town Monday.
Mrs. Mina Crucc spent Saturday
Mr. T. T. Guess, of Tolu was in
our city Saturday.
Mrs. Mcltcynolds, of Dyousburg,
was in the city Monday.
Mr. C. B. Hina, of Sturgis, spent
Saturday and Sunday here.
C. E. Grady, of Blooiuington.
lnd., was in the city Monday.
Mrs. Will Elder was the guest of
friends in Crayneville last week.
Mrs. Sam Gugenhiom returned
homo Thursday from Providence.
Albert McNeely, of Princeton,
was in the city Sunday morning.
Mrs. Geo. Roborts went to Evans-ville
Sunday, to consult an occulist.
Mrs. Sallie D. Moore attended the
golden wedding anniversary, of Mr.
and Mrs. S. Hodge.
Mr. Henry Haynes returned Friday
from Florida, where he spent
several weeks. He is much
Elder U. J. Fox, of Hereford,
Texas., a former Hopkins county
citizen, was here last Sunday visiting
relatives, preached at tho Baptist
church Sunday night to a good
j MEW MAM
MEW STOCK j
At the John Suther-
land stand near depot
Z with a nice stock of
: Groceries and :
i Cold Drinks :
Of every kind, where I J
most cordially invite all 5
my friends and patrons
to come and see me.
Hoping to have a lib-
eral share of your trade,
I am yours respectfully, 2
James W. Paris. I