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g Satisfactory Service
) To everyone in
Each Suit is the
5q Result obtained.
) Likewise you will
g Indeed appreciate
None like the
Genuine Bench Tailored
and Hand Finished
" Sterling Suits"
Jgj We also have a large
j EXTRA PANTS
) in all sizes, and will
3$ Save You Money !
3 WL GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES
( AND PLEASE YOU TOO
Nunn.dcntUt, Pros Building
'A Itluo was In Princeton Men-
K Woldon was in htidyTHle
I H. Jamas was in
' . Hippo), of MaJinonvHle, was
M and Mrs, C. S. Nunn loft
M . for Cinoinnati,
.:ur you will find Kakow Hros.
i . . nrtcr for machine oil.
M- and Mrs. J. H. Hay, of Fro-
w re in llio city Monday.
xl m Laura Milos, of I'adueah,
Sunday with Miss Lillio Cook.
M - Trossio Graham, of Madison-ii
tbo guest of Mrs. W, 0.
M' Kou Williams and ohildrou,
' 1 f wdonoe, aro visiting rolativos
' t ity.
M Ia Phillips attondod tho
I' ration Day excroiscs at
K Griffith and C. W. Love at-"i
tho District Conference at
" i'-i last week.
Vw graham flour at Morris it
M -s Maude Humphrey loft Thurtf
f ' Sharon, l'a., whoro sho will
position in a hospital.
'1 .nid Mrs. T. K. lloorin and
!, of Madisonvillc, nro visit-M-
('. K. Doss and family.
the ovouing sorvicos ai the
"ill begin at eight o'clock.
vl.ikc hay while tho sun shines'
A' - Agnes Muth, ol Jackson,
' ih expected noxt week. Sho
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iiu UUflt Ul i'UD. tfUII" "
" i whilo hero.
' H. Cnder who left a few
' " ago for Toxns, to ninko hU
11 n- has on account of his failing
,C;lih, heon compelled to give up
','" I 'Mtion with tho Cridcr Land
fmI any. H0 moved to Montlavo,
:"' with hopo of regaining his
Come to the Three Story Building!
Where you will find our store brim full of Good Values, and we will
take pleasure in showing them to you whether you buy or not.
Another Lot of
We have the stylish
kind in fur, straw and
F Nunn dentist. Frcs Building.
W ill Clark -pent Monday in Louis-
Mr. Hugh Hurl oy was in
Capl. T. H. it. Haasc was in
For the beat broad on the market,
oall oh Morris it Yatea.
Mr. C. 1. Noggle was in
Miss IiOra Johnson visited relatives
in Frodonia last wook.
Uwon ltoat and J. A. Graves, of
Dyeushurg, was in town Friday.
I have a new line ot picture
H. F. Dorr.
Mrs. Mary Fleming, of Salem, is
visltiug hor daughtor, Mrs. M. K.
Mrs. W. T. Daughtrcy was the
guost of rolativci in the country the
first of the wook.
Mrs. Doll Hardin, of
was in tho city Saturday en
routo homo from Lola.
Missos Kitty and Amy Wathon,
of Fords Forry, are visiting frionds
and relatives in this city.
Archie Davidson who has been attending
Contro College, at Danville,
Ky., roturnod homo Friday.
If you want a roapor, mower or
binder, call on Kskcw Hros. They
handle tho host, the McCormiok.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Cruee. of Poplar
Hliifl, Mo., aro the guosts of Mr.
aud Mrs. .1. C. Wallace, of this city.
Rich McConnoll who has been visiting
his father, Nov. It. T.
at Hig Spring, Ky., returned
If you want a roapor. inowor or
binder, nail on Kskcw ltros. They
handle tho host, the McCormick.
Sohwab, who has boon
Miss Hosa cun, " "
I': ' t church, during tho month of tho guost of hor parents, Mr. and
Mng with a McCormick from
M -s Hess and Charlie Hracoy,
i 1 t Ferry, were- tho guests of
"' ister, Mrs. John Nunn,
Mrs. M. Schwab, left Wodnosday
for hor home in Memphis.
Now graham Hour at Morris it
Mrs. M. Schwab, who has been
under treatment at St. Mary's Sanitarium,
in Kvansville, has recovered
and is oxpected homo Sunday.
Councilman II. C. Paris, has recovered
from an attack of the measles,
from which ho suffered considerably.
His wifo and little daughtor,
also had them.
Dr. Stillwcll loft Sunday for his
homo in Dayton, Ohio. Ho has
gone to soo his mothor who is in
dolieato health, Dr. Royalty will
havo charge of his work whilo ho is
With collars attached
in those nice negligees
50c to $2.50 Each
Also most any other
style made. See them.
New Dress Goods!
White Goods, Silks, Embroideries,
Sheeting and Linen
We still have some
Long Silk and
Ladies', Misses and
New graham flour at Morris &
Albert Shelby was in Louisville
It. F. II ay n os spont Monday in
M. C. Kcllcy, of Louisville, was
in the city Saturday.
Dr. J. F. Crawford, of Hampton,
was in the city Monday.
Will Adams has the uiccs
of th soason.
Mrs. J. A. Farris, of Salem, was
in the oity Friday.
Mrs. W. X. Rochester spent Tuesday
with friends in Clay.
Miss May Travis
friends in Princeton.
Will Adams is the strawberry
man. Ring Morris it Yates.
Mrs. W. D. Wallingford spent
Tuesday in Kvansville, shopping.
Hew J. F. Price will preach at
Lisman next Saturday and Sunday.
Kskcw Hros. are tho solo agents
for McCormick harvestingmaohincry.
Miss Lota Ordway, of Fredonia,
was with friends in this city, Saturday.
Will Adams brings in fresh strawberries
morning aud afternoon to
Morris it Yates.
II. K. Woods and J.
W. Hluc were in Kvansville, shopping
Mrs. 0. Haydcu and son, John,
of Salem, were in the city Tuesday
on route to Texas.
Miss Ruby Higham, of Chapel
Hill, who Ins been been very sick
with measles is much better.
Mourns it Y.VTKS.
Mrs. L. A. Wcldon, who has been
visiting hor son C. K. Wcldon, left
Monday, for her home in Sturgis.
Mrs. Oscar Gill of Milburn, I.T.,
arrived Monday and is now tho guest
of her mothcrf Mrs. J. H. Clark.
Phoue in your orders for ice v early
each morning. Call ItOO.
Marion Ico it Storage Co, Inc.
Chas. I. Morgan, the miller, well
known hero and at Salem and
whero ho has oporated tho flouring
mills has secured a fine position
as head millor a tho Franklin, Ky.,
mills. Ho loft Monday for that
placo to take charge.
Dr. aud Mrs. Ollio Lowory, of
Salem, wero in tho city Saturday on
route home from Louisville, whero
ho graduated from tho Louisville
University' medical department, last
Lace Curtains and
TAYLOR & CANNAN
For delicious berries call at
ris & Yates.
Dr. Jess M. Moore, of Tolu, was
in the city Monday.
Dr. I. II. Clement aud two sons,
of Tolu, were in the city Friday.
Miss Iteulah Conyer speut Friday
with Miss Clara Held in Fredonia.
Will Adams will supply you with
strawberries. Call Morris & Y'ates.
Ralph Davidson, of Corydon. is
the guest of relatives in this city.
The Normal is progressing nicely
with a fine class of interested pupils.
Have you tried tho new drink,
Fru-Tula? 5 cents at all Fountains.
Rev. R. C. Love is holding quar
terly meeting at Rose Bud this week.
Miss Kate Bobout, of Sheridan,
is the guest of friends in this city.
John W. Asbride went to his old
home near Fredonia and spent the
I havo just received a new lino of
Princess dressers, tables, chairs cct.
1 R. F. Dorr.
Mrs. Q. M. Conyer and daughter,
Vera, are visiting her daughter,
Mrs. C. L. King, of Memphis.
"Make hay while the sun shines"
by raking with a McCormick from
Chas. Cook, of Paducah, spent
last week with his sisters, Mrs. Tom
Clifton and Miss Lillic Cook.
Miss Carolyn Harris, of Corydon,
is visiting her sisters, Mrs. F. W.
Nunn and Miss Florence Harris.
Mrs John Nunn and Miss Bcssio
Bracoy wcro the guests of Mrs. Rose
Mayes, of near Fredonia Wednesday.
Save time and trouble by ordering
Call and seo our complete Hue of nice fresh light bread from Morris &
National Biscuit Company's goods- Yates.
Miss Edna Cole, who has becu
sowing -with Mrs. Carloss for the
past three months, left Monday for
her home in Fredonia.
Mrs. II. II. Sayro and Misses
Blanche Haasc and Kitty Gray wero
in Louisville Monday, shopping.
Mrs. Arthur Schwab, of
is oxpected to arrive Sunday
aud will spend a week with M.
Schwab and family.
Kskcw Bros, are the sole agents
for McCormick harvesting machinery.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Cox and little
daughter, Annie, spent Tuesday and
Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. W.
K. Cox, of Fredonia.
Mrs. Mary Floming, of Salem,
who has been tho guest of hor
Mrs. M. h. Croft, loft Tuesday
for Fredonia whero sho will visit her
son, W. E. Cox.
1 l MIS INCLUDES YOU!
Call on Morris & Y'ates, if you
want fresh light bread for supper.
The ladies Aid society, of the Baptist
church, will meet with Mrs.
John Asbridgc this afternoon at her
homo on Wilson hill.
Mrs. Cora Letzinger. who has
been the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Sam Gugenhcim, for the past week,
left Tuesday for her homo in Providence.
Afternoon deliveries begin at 4
p. m. Marion Ice & Storage Co. Inc.
Harry Watkins, of Mayfield, was
in the city looking after his mineral
II. G. Whitney, of Wattor ValloY,
arrived Wednesday morning to attend
the Taylor-Pickens wedding.
Fru-Tola is the newest and best
drink at the Fountains. Try it.
R. K. Pickens, Jr., of
111., is visiting bis parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. K." Pickens. Ho
came to attend tho Pickens-Taylor
LOST. A small fair leather purse
containing one spiral stud, two
spring gold studs, two tic holders.
A liberal reward will be paid to the
finder. 0. S. Knight.
Do you expect to take a trip to
Texas soonV If so call at tho Record-Press
office, and we will give you
some information that will save you
Mrs. R. II. Butler, of Ada, Ohio,
is expected to arrive this week to
spend a few wcoks with her' Sister,
Mrs. S. T. Dupuy.
Fresh borrics twico a day at Morris
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Gray, of Salem,
came in Friday to meet their
children, Miss Nellie and Russoll,
who have been in school at
Fred Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. T.
M. Hill, of Chapel Hill, was taken
to Kvansville Wcdnosday, where he
will bo treated for appendicitis, Dr.
Daughtry accompanied him.
Delicious fresh light bread at
Morris & Y'atos.
Miss Hattic Williams, who has
bcon trimming for Mrs. Davidson,
loft Wednesday for her homo at
Allonsvillo, Ky. Sho mado many
friends whilo hore, who will bo glad
to know sho expects to roturn for
tho autum soason.
Call and seo my new lino of furniture.
It. P. Dorr.
Good pasture with runnine water.
two miles South 'of Marion on tho
Fredonia road. $1.25 for grown
stock, $1.00 yearlings.
Jacou H. Ubider.
If You want to save money on your spring and summer purchases !S S
The More Thought you
Give Your Feet the Less Wg
they Will Demand. Get tgSr
the Shoes and Oxfords
that Fit Like the Z
W. L DOUGLAS
Red School House j
For Children - !gfc?
and the problem will be (3
ed. They fit better, wear QJf
longer and are more comfort- i
able than others that cost you 9P
more money. S&
Fru-Tola pleases the taste, refreshes
the body. 5 cents all Fountains.
Attend the ice cream supper Saturday
night, June 15, at Seminary
Ice cream and strawberry supper
at Seminary Springs June 15, given
by T. J. Woody and J. S.. Burks.
T. J. YN'oody and J. S. Burse will
give an ice cream and strawberry
supper at Seminary Springs Saturday
night, June 15.
Rev. John Lowey, of Hampton,
Livingston county, has been engaged
by the Cumberland Presbyterians to
preach here once a month. . He will
conduct morning and evening services
on the second Sunday in each month.
On last Saturday evening, Mrs.
Herbert U. Wrhitncy, at the home of
her mother, Mrs. R. F. Dorr, gave
an informal dinner in honor of Miss
Kbba Pickens, who is to bo married
Wednesday afternoon, Juno 5th.
Covers were laid for six, tho guests
wcro: Misses Ebba Piokcns. Kitty
and Fanny Gray, Sallie Woods and
Will Adams is keeping tho market
pretty well supplied with fresh,
juscious strawberries, notwithstanding
the unfavorable weather. Some
days ho has sold eighty gallons. He
makes his deliveries daily, morning
and evening, when tho first fails to
supply tho demand. His fruit this
year has been sweet and juicy and
has pleased all the trade.
John F. Canada, who loft his
wife hero Dec. 26th 190G and left
for parts unknown, without causo,
it is reported that he is in Marion,
III. Ho was said to have bcon seen
at Paducah in company with a woman
who left here tho day beforo ho did.
He sent word to his two boys to
como to him. Thoy arc, Thomas,
16 and Horbort, 14 years of age
The woman, whom ho is said to be
with, has a husband here, from
whom she has never been divorced,
has a little girl two years old, has fair
skin and brown eyes like its mother
and is named Ruby. Canada's oldor
son, Thomas, has black hair and
oyes ljko his father. Tho second
son, Herbert, has bluo eyes and
light complexion. Candada is 54
years old, has black eyes, bald head,
black hair tinged with gray, very
dark complexion, is low of statue
and weighs about 140 or 150 lbs.
Any information as to his whereabouts
will bo cheerfully received by
his deserted wifo,