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After you arc Assured as to the Quality of Goods, the Price Comes as a
9 Secondary Matter, and this We Guarantee to be Right in Every Particular.
Jkncb CalloicD Clotbca &
l GIVE YOU GOOD VALULS
i AND PLEASE YOU TOO
I' V. Robert, f Tadusah,
' wii the first of the wtek.
Weavor, T. 1'. A. fr Roek
H 11. was in two Ity, Friday.
' tmra .1. U. Hay and Willi
. r. in tlio lty Salurday.
M II ('. Kino, ef Kaliey. o
. vihU Mrs. W. 0. Twekor.
t (annan visltod frids in
Ijimu Torry wu n twn
' l.mter Torry was In the Ity
Nunn, or Sullivan, vnt in
W T. Oaklov was in Crayne-
week attending Presbytery.
my advortisomont oaoli
k F S. Stilwoll, the dentist,
l my advertisement uaoh
i I S Stilwoll, the dontist,
M. .in Hank.
y parchml. drv as . Iwne
il teums lo punutratc to
i art of you. That summer
i steals upon you ami
wry effort a labor. How
!iw rofrushing a glnss of
A rcfruahinR. satUfymR
im scxln, rk pbosphntc
Mstrni, mint julep or nut
Come in and Cool Off.
I wenticth Century
1 it.iry Sodu Fountnin
C. (Jarnahan Uft Tnaday for
a trip to Toxas and Xw Mcxteo.
Mr. Frank Doss, or Frtimoton,
nt Monday in this oily.
Mr. and Mrs. .lool Flekon loft
Monday to visit bar brotlior in St.
Mifti May Austin, ol Now Salom,
vlaltotl Mi Alma Conyor of this
ity last wek.
Hieklin will nav vou tho markot
prUo in monoy or goods for your
okk9 and chicken.
Miss Fdla Conyor is visiting hor
unelo and aunt, .Mr. anil iMrs. ). r.
Thrlkuld. nonr Now Salom.
Miss Luna Hryant, of
i tho pueit of hor pnronts,
Mr. and Mrs. (' W. Hryant.
Scouro absoluto protection from
firo and tornadoos from Hourland it
Haynos, gonoral insurance agonts.
Mr. Claudo ('. Sohwab, of San
Antonio, Toxni, spent Sunday in the
city, tho guost of M. Sohwab and
Mm. Hunrv MoMioan returned
Tuesday from Cadiz, whoro sho had
boon tho guest ot hor uaugnior, .urn.
H. Ii. Yates.
Miss Carrie Mooro, or
stiont Saturday and Sunday
with hor paront.s, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
A Mooro, or tlnsoity.
Now electric lights arc being installed
this week for h. II. Jamos,
l T. Sigler, Uv. Klynn, Hugh
Hurley and Press bldg. shod.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther 1 armor, of
nivniikborn. are the uucsts of his
parontn, J. A. Farmor. Thoy will
visit friomls in loin wnito nore.
Hieklin pays loss rent than any
other grocor and will sell you goods
I.ADIKS WANTKD To sell our
faoo bleach. Send DO cents' for $1
package and got our liberal ollor to
TlIK KUOKKVfc 0 HUM I CM. Co.,
Logan, Ohio, Dopt II.
Never were the Patterns in
Prettier than they are this
Season and we arc prepared
to give you the best for less
money than many will charge
you for much inferior goods.
We'have them for
Men and Boys.
They are made to fit and fit
We also have a complete
Each suit bearing the
Label is Guaranteed.
F V Nunn.driitiht.l'rPM Buildnus Bourland it Hayni's, Insurance.
day h routt) home Irom Paduoah.
I. 1. Threlkeld was in tho oity
A. F. l.ovo, of Sheridan, was in
C. W. Hayuos spout Sunday in
It. H. Gass, of Hondorson, was
in tho oity this wook.
ilosso Franks, of Lovias, with his
family woro here Tuosday.
Mrs. II. A. Cameron visited
frlonds in Sturgis Sim day.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McNcoly, of
Frinooton, wore in the city Tuosday.
Ilonry Congor loft Tuosday for
Kansas whoro ho will spoud the summer.
A. T. Hodge and wife, of Frances,
wore the guosts of I). N. Riley aud
Concert prices this week
25, 35 and 50 cents. Buy
your tickets now.
llcv. V. II. Miloy, of Louisvillo,
arrived Tuesday and is now engaged
in a protracted meeting.
.Mr. and Mrs. Ned Curry, of noar
Frovidonce, were tho guests of Geo.
F. Williams and family this wook.
Miss Lilly Guossaud brother, Joe,
woro the guosts of friends in the
Hlaekburn vicinity Saturday and
On April 27, Saturday week', wc
will load another car of poultry for
the Kasteru market. Will pay fancy
prices for chickens. Soiiwaii.
.las. T. Torry loft Tuesday for
Hope, New Moxiuo. He has gone
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ferry.
Mr. Ferry is roportod to bo very ill.
Miss Fcarl Watson carried the
cudionoo to a storm of applauso by
sweet singing. Morganficld Sun.
Mrs. W. K. Cox, ol Kclsey, was
in the oity this week visiting her
parents, .Mr. aud Mrs. J. M.
Mr. aud Mrs. Joel A. Fickcns aro
in St. Louis this week tho guests of
her brother, ). L. Millikan, on
Carl Hondorson, C. K. Wcldon
uud W. A. Clackburn were in Frankfort,
last week, beforo tho State
Hoard of F.qualization.
A show of unusual character will
be presented at tho Opera Houso
no.xt Friday night. It is a clear,
neat show of vaudeville, specialty
acts in which the individual merit of
each performer in some particular
astonishes the people or makes them
The Snappy Things
Are always shown
here, and our prices
are such that when
you look you will
We will save you
money when buying
Herman Hill visited his brother
Several Chapoi Hill people attended
church here Sunday.
R. E. Wilborn and Lester Faris
wcro lu Sturgis Sunday, I
Leonard Riley, of Livingston Co.,
was in the city Saturday.
Col. L. H. James was in Princeton
Monday on legal business.
Rev. E. U. Hoggoss. of Tolu, was
in the eity the first of the week.
Emmett Koltiuskcy and Tom
Cameron were in DcKoveu Sunday.
Mrs. M. A. Riloy, of Kuttawa, is
tho guost of hor son, D. N. Riley, of
LObT. A coral pin Tuesday
night. Flcaso return to Mrs. Ren
Leonard Champion, of Lola, was
in town Wednesday enroutc home
Miss Ethel McCasliu, of Marion,
visited friends rclativos here Saturday
Rev. J. S. Rowo, of Sturgis, was
in the eity, Monday en routo homo
from Salem where ho had been to fill
If you want ice, hang out your
card and listen for the gong.
Mrs. J. W. Lamb and little daughter,
Geneva, were tho guests of
relatives in Sturgis Sunday.
I). N. Riley loft Tuesday or Panhandle
Texas. Ho is looking for a
Miss Millie Eaton and littlo neice,
Hazel Lovo, are the guests of Miss
Kate Carter, of near Lcvias.
W. II. Cophcr left Tuesday fpr
Harrisburg, 111., where he will visit
his daughter, Mrs. Orvillo Fcrrol.
Miss Clara Reed, of Frcdonia, was
tho guest of Miss Rulab Conyor,
Miss Tommy Lylc Waller, of
has mezzo soprano of much
sweetness. Sho will be heard at tho
Marion Choral Sooicty Concert on
next Tuosday evening.
M. J. Tnckwoll and 1). E. Crayne,
of the uorthorn seotion of Caldwell
and on Marion routo, No. 5, woro
visitors in tho city Sunday and
Mr. Crayno is a brother of
E. F. Crayne, of this oity. Princeton
The Marion Choral Society
Concert Tuesday April, 23
1907 seats now on sale at
Haynes & Taylor's.
New Line of
SH 1 RTS
50c to $2.50
Don't Wait Too
Long to Get Them
New and Complete
Direct from Mills.
Elbow gloves arc
hard to find. We
still have them in
Silk and Lisle.
Long Lisle black
and white 75c
TAYLOR & CANNAN
Misses Stella and Fanuio Hryant
left Saturday for Clay.
.John Daughtrcy, of Uniontown,
spent Sunday with his brother, Dr.
Miss Kate Phillips, of Sturgis,
spent a fow days last week frith her
aunt, Mrs. "W. N. Rochester.
Ninnia Bcllo and Lula Lee Hcrry,
of Sturgis, vinitcd Elizabeth and
Vianna Roberts, last week.
Mrs. T. II. Cochran spent a few
days with friends in Evansvillc, last
Rov. T. A. Conway returned Saturday,
from his trip to Texas. lie
is well pleased with tho country.
Zed A. Bennett left Sunday for
Henderson, where he will be engaged
m the insuraucc busiucss.
Mrs. J. N. Riloy, of Kuttawa,
who had been tho guest of Mrs. D.
N. Riloy, left for her home Saturday.
W. II. Crow returned last week
from Ft. Worth,- Texas., where he
had spent tho winter.
Frank and Allio's Comedians, who
play at the Opera House next Friday
night, ire all artists who amuse by
themselves. There is no play. Although
two one-act sketches arc added
by members of tho company taking
part in them. Otherwise tho
members of tho company amuse by
lam prepared to do all kinds of
stamping, embroidering and painting
or any thing in the fancy work-line,
and would be glad to have the patronage
of friends. You will find mo
at Mrs. Hob Hodge's residence.
Mrs. N. 1). Lkfi'ki..
Mrs. Fannie Koon aud daughter,
Mrs. Ida Butler, of near Frcdonia,
returned home after a fow days pleasant
visit to Mrs. Chas. Grcgston.
If farmers will look out for their own
interest thoy will quit paying commission.
If you don't know what
that means call on your friend Schwab
and ho will explain. Spiiwau.
Style in Footwear
If you want Good
Shoes and Oxfords
W. L DOUGLAS
Red School House
There are none better
no matter what others
may ask you for them.
( luuibus Nee I) nt Sunday at
.1 V. Girtm wtttt to Pntioeloii
Koary McCord wi in tlta city
I thin wool.
, Nunn.dcntiM.i'roM MtuMing Mr. Claude Cnie attended the
Prtalrtarv at Crnviiarillil lat.t Wuk.
' 1 Fugue wa in lUt city Sat-1
'ir. I. II. I'VUOT nnouuou i ma-
bytttry at Cmynovill last nook.
. M. Wilkur was in town
Mrs. A. II. Cardin, of View, attended
Mrs. James' reception Friday
Rev. E. B. Blackburn, went to
Corinth, Friday, to fill his appointment.
J. L. Clifton lclt Wednesday on
his trip. no went to Mcmpis to begin
Mrs. Jas. E. Chittenden, of
is the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williams.
G. P. Roberts, T. P Carter and
W. M. Sanders, left Thursday for
Golconda, to look after some mineral
Forest Harris, of Tolu, was here
Thursday, accompanied by his littlo
son, en route to Henderson
en a business trip.
Mrs. C. E. Wcldon and children,'
were the guests of releativcs in Tolu
tho latter part of last week.
Mrs. J. L. Suinmcrville and
drcn, spent several days last week
with her father, C. E. Doss.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Daughtrey
spont a few days last week, with their
son, Dr. Daughtrcy.
Mrs. W. E. Cox and son, Paul,
of Frcdonia, were tho guests of Mrs.
J. M. McChcsney, the first of the-week. "
Mrs. Jane Flanary was called to
Caldwell Springs to be with her
grand son, Chas. Mayes, who is very
Mrs Leo Johnson and children,
left Wednesday for their new home
J. P. Pierce wont to Paducah last-week,
as a dclagate to the grand
lodgo of the Golden Cross.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown, who
have spent the winter hero, the
guests of Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs.
W. D. Cannau, returned homo Tuesday
going via Cairo and Kankakee,
III. Mrs. Brown was beforo her
marriage, Miss Etta Bristow, stepdaughter
of Squire F. 0. Stophens,
FIRE AND TORNADOES!
May sweep your property away, but tho Insurance
Companies we represent will remain. The amount
of property destroyed by firo is daily increasing;
spring with its electrical storms is rapidly approaching,
your homo may bo the next licked up i
by tholfirojor swept away in tho storm ! Aro you
prepared ? We represent millions of dollars of insurance
capital and offer our aid in your protection.
BOURLAND & HAYNES.