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F.W.Nunn, dentist, Press Building
G. F. Jennings went to DeKoven
H. H. Sayro spent a few days at
'home last week.
51. E. Bacon, of Hopkinsville. was
in the city, Sunday.
Robert Sayre is visiting friends in
Henderson this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 51. Persons were
in Paducah, Friday night.
Leslie Meltoi left Monday for
Kuttawa, where he is at work.
51rs. 0. H. Paris was the guest of
friends in Crayneville, Saturday.
Dr. Tom 5Iasoncup, of Clay, was
in town Monday en joute to Lola
Mrs. J. . Dean and daughter,
Annie, are ill at their country home.
Waist pattern goods wore 25 cents,
now 22 cents at Grady Bros. Westou,
Miss Bena Hill, of Cadiz, is the
guest of Mrs. H. IV. Woods of this
C. E. Motz returned Saturday
from a visit to relatives in Webster
Mr. and 5Irs. Frank Taylor, of
Mayfield, arc the guests of relatives
in this city.
Thirsty, parched, dry as a bone;
the heat seems to penetrate to
every part of you. That summer
languor steals upon you and
makes every effort a labor. How
nice, how refreshing a glass of
our cool, refreshing, satisfying
ice-cream soda, egg phosphate,
cherry sisters, mint Julep or nut
sundae I Sparkling, fizzing, C.
cooling and thirst-quenching I
Come in and Cool Off.
S . Sanitary Soda Fountain
F.W.Nunn, dentist, Press Building.
Dr. T. A. Fr.izer spent Sunday in
Lau Harpeudiug, of Salem, was in
Miltou Vatidell, of Blackford, was
in the city, Friday.
Miss Lizzie James, who has been
sick, is reported better.
Win. Sullenger returned Tuesday
from a trip to Louisville.
The best true fruit syrup ices
served at Hayues & Taylor's.
Figured lawns were li cents, now
5 cents at Grady Bros. Weston,
Clarence Nisbet, of Providence,
spent Tuesday night in this city.
Mrs. Win. Sullenger and brother,
Hjmer Paris, were in tho city Tuesday.
Mrs. Robt. Bransford, of Fredonia,
spent Tuesday with 51rs. J. L.
Miss Landrum, of Southland, is
the guest of Misses Maudo and Ber-nice
Mrs. F. M. Doss, of Princeton,
was the guest of relatives in this city
Jim Wilborn, who has been living
in Missouri foT the past year, arrived
at home Wednesday.
Ed Metz and family will occupy
the Blue new cottage on College
street in the near future.
Uncle Harvey Travis, of Ropton,
spent several days last week with his
son, A. H. Travis of this oity.
5Iaurice Schwab, of 5Ieuiphis, is
in tho city this week, visiting his
parent?, Mr. and Mrs. 51. Schwab.
Misses Susie Hives, of Hopkinsville,
and Grace Bohanan, of Green-
J.ville, are visiting 5Iiss Nelle Jovo.
Judge Greer, of Paducah, is at
Crittenden Springs. He is looking
after his mineral interest in that district.
51r. and Mrs. H. K. Woods, children
and guest, Miss Hill, spent
several days last week at Crittenden
Dr. P. Y. McCoy, of Evauaville,
was here last week to . see Roscoe
Roohester, also his aunt, Miss
Mrs. 51. B. Charles and littlo
daughter, Virginia, of Brookhaven,
Miss., were the guests of Mrs. G.
Gray, Friday. .
Misses Madeline and Linda Jenkins,
Jeasie Croft, Helen Sayer were
guests at Crittenden Springs Hotel
the first of the week.
Mrs. Abe Heinan, of Kvansville,
who spent several days with her
brother. Sam Gueenhiem and wife,
left Thursday for her home.
Look at This!
Then come look
at the goods we
are offering you !
$12.50 3-piece suits $8.75
11.50 " " 8.50
8.50 and 9.00 suits 6.75
8.00 3-piece suits 5.50
8.50 outing suits 4.75
7.50 " " 4.25
3.50 and $4 ext. pants 2.75
2.50 extra pants 1.98
2.25 " " 1.75
NOW COME ON !
F.W.Nunn, dentist, Pre Building.
T. G. Davidson is ipending the
week at Dawion.
Guy Couyer left Tuesday for a
week's stay at Dawson.
Call at Haynes & Taylor's soda
fountain for cold drinks.
Miss Ida Duvall was the guest of
friends in town this week.
K. W. Bedinger, Jr., of Anchorage,
was in the city, Saturday.
Undo Linzy Travis spent Tuesday
in this city, visiting relatives.
Mrs, H. A. Cameron left Tuesday
for a few days visit with relatives in
Miss Bertha Forte, of Cadiz, is tho
guest of Misses Irbcllc and Wille
Miss Hattie Majors left Saturday
for a week s visit with friends in
51rs. Chcatam and daughter, of
51issouri, are the guests of her sister,
5Irs. J. L. Rankin.
Misses Linnie Nunn and Rossie
Thurman, of Repton, spent Sunday
with Miss Iva Hicklin.
Arthur Watkins, of Mayfield, who
spent last week with friends in this
city, left for home Sunday.
P, S. 5Iaxwell, who is visiting in
Ardmore, Indian Territory., will
probably remain several weeks.
51rs. F. F. Charles, who has been
tho guest of her mother, 5Irs. J. H.
Clifton, left Saturday for Fredonia.
Phono in your orders for ico early
aeoh morning. Call 300.
Marion Ice & Storage Co, Inc,
Will 51cConnell, of Carmi, 111.,
arrived Sunday. He came to attend
the burial of his brother, Howard.
51rs. Henry Frazier, of Cave-in-
RoCk, 111. , was" tho guest of 5Irs, J.
L. Rankin tho latter prt of last
Miss 5Iay Cheatham, of Union,
5Io., is the guest of 5Iiss Bortha
Rankin this week, on Morganfield
5Irs. T. T. Davis, of Summervillc,
Ga., arrived Thursday and is now the
guest of her father, T. S. C. Elder
Mrs. H. B. Williams, of Provi
dence, who has been the guest of her
daughter, 5Irs. Sam Gugenheim, left
Saturday for homo.
Miss Ida Bebout, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., was in the city Monday -en
route to Sheridan to visit her father,
A. J. Bebout, and family.
J. Huston Orme, the popular
druggist, was confined to his room
several days lasl week, -but was able
to be up at the store Saturday.
Of Course You Like
And we have them in
Hot Weather Dress Goods
COME SEE FOR YOURSELF!
NEW BARGAINS IN
Taney Parasols Straw Hats!
Without the Now is your
Fancy Price opportunity!
Rugs, Matting and
Floor Oil Cloth.
Shirts and Collars
51is Phoebie Roohester, who has
been ill, for some time, is reported
Mr. aud Mrs. H. H. Sayre and
France Gray spent Sunday at Crittenden
Ros Duvall and family, of Fredonia,
attended the funeral of Howard
5Ir. and Mrs. J. A. Farmer attended
tho funeral of Mrs. Mattio
Clark, at Hurricane 51onday.
State per capita this year will be
$3.40. This will be an interesting
piece of news to the school teachers.
T. S. Threlkeld, Violet, Ky., was
in the city Wednesday en route to
Tolu, to visit his father, L. O. Threlkeld.
S. 51. Jenkins received from the
U. S. fisheries commission twenty
gallons of black bass today to stock
the lake of the 5Iarion Electric
Light & Ice Co.
Tho late C. Howard McConnell
carried one thousand dollars insur
ance in the O. R. T. for the benefit
of his wife, which proves his thought
of her. Few young men think it
necessary to carry insurance.
R. E. Flanary, a 5Iarion citizen,
who moved from here to Bono, Ark.,
has removed from that place with
his family to Chicago.
Mrs. Levi Cook entertained in
honor of 5Irs. Ed 5Ioore, of
Tuesday afternoon, at the residence
of her father, Judge James
A. 5Ioore, on Court street.
Miss Florence 5Iarlow, of Waverly,
Tenn., who is the guest of Miss
5Iargaret Rankin of Weston accompanied
hor hero for a visit to the
family of J. L. Rankin Tuesday, returning
5Irs. S. 51. Parker, of Dixon, who
has been the guest of her daughter.
5Jrs, 5Iary Drury, left Tuesday for
Henshaw to visit her son, Clay
There will be no services at tho
C. P. church next Sunday and Sun
day night. The pastor, Rov. Jas.
F. Price, has been hard at work all
summer, and his session has given
him a little vacation.
Rev. R. T. 5IcConnoll and little
daughter, Lucile, of Big Spring,
Ky., arrived 51onday to attend the
funeral of his son, Howard.
Miss Sothy Turpin and brother,
John, oi Jackson sohool house vicinity,
were in the "city Sunday, tho
guests of Mr. and 51 rs. J. 51. As-bridge
of Wilson Hill.
Albert 51. Shelby is making a
great success with the 5Iarion Steam
Laundry. His weekly list comprises
of eight hundred collars, over Jhree
thousand per month which is a good
indication of what, the hot weather
is doing for him nd his business.
Littlc 51. Y. Nunnn, son of Dr.
and Mrs. F. W. Nunn, is ill.
Lon Johnson, of 5Iorganfield, at-Mc-
tended the funeral of Howard
51iss Bulah Austin, of Scv; Salem,
was the guest of 5Iisses Alma and
Izetta Conyer of this city last week.
51iss Addio Conyer is visiting her
sister, 5Ira. Wallace Davidson near
Levias this week.
51rs. Fannie Travis and daughters,
5Iisses Nellie and 5Iiram, visited in
this city last week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Orme are
spending the week at Crittenden
51aurie Nunn, of Evansvillo, spent
Sunday in this city with his parents,
Mr. afld 5Irs. R. I. Nunn,
51rs. J. W. Flynn and Miss Edith
Brewer were the guest of 51 rs. J. S.
Roe of Sturgis.
5Irs. H. A. Hodge, of Texas, and
5Irs. Chas. Leffler, of 5Iiami, Fla.,
were called to the bedside of their
father, Capt. R. V. Northern.
Prof. J. P. King, the principal of
the 51arion Graded School, has rented
the A. C. 5Ioore residonco, recently
vacated by A. H. Reed.
5Irs. G. W. Howerton and daughter-in-law,
51rs. Wm. Howerton wore
in the city Monday, to attend the
tuueral of the late 51rs. K. G. Wheeler.
51r. and 5Ir. G. D. Summcrville,
of 51attoou, attended tho funeral of
Mrs. Wheeler, 5Ionday.
5Irs. F. W. Nunn and children returned
Sunday from a visit to relatives
in Corydon, Ky.
Miss Cora Buckner, of Fredmia.
who has been studying music in
Chicago, passed through the city
5Ionday en route homo.
5Irs. W. F. Gardner, of Iuka, Ky.,
passed through town Tuesday 6h
route to Carrsville.
Mrs. A. V. 5IoFec, who had gone
to visit ber daughter, 5Irs. J. E.
Dean, is confined to her bed.
5Ira. J. D. Farris, of Salem, was
the guest of her sister, 51rs. 51. E.
Croft this week.
51rs. John W. Wilson, son, Reginald
and guest, Miss 51uh are spend
ing a tew days at Unttonden Springs
5Irs. H. H. Sayre and children
expect to leave Tuesday for Stam
ford, Conn., whero thoy will bo tho
guests of her sister, 5Irs. C. C.
Ranny, for a month.
The Wilson Laundry team went to
Princeton Friday afternoon and played
a match game of ball with tho boys
there. The game was tho most interesting
one playod by our boys this
season. The.score was four to three
in favor Princeton.
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Good In i$z
Then Let Us gfcr
"Show You" S
The best at the i
Lowest price pos- JS
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A SPECIAL PRICE jffe
ON ALL St
Slippers and (Morris j
Do you want to take
advantage of it ?
J. E. Wrmht, of Louisville, was
in the county lat week looking over
hi- mineral prospect.
Mrs. T. H Lowery and children
returned Friday from a month's visit
with relatives in Klkton, Ky.
Aidie Boyd, of Salem, was
the guet of Mrs. J. 51. Freeman,
51 rs. Harttield and Jesse, of Henderson,
the quests of her brother,
Sam Gugenheim, and family.
5Irs. Roy Gilbert and little daughter.
Anna Louise, left Saturday for
Sturgis, where they will joiu 5Ir.
Gilbert who has charge of the West
5Iiss Ruth Dodds, who has been
the suost of Mis 5Iabcl Guess for
two weeks, left Saturday for hor
homo in Crider,
5Irs. C. B. Anderson, of Blackford,
was the guest of her parents,
5lr. and 51rs. W. L. Staton, the first
of the week.
5Ir. and Mrs. C. E. Weldon and
children attended tho funeral ol 5Irs.
Clark at Tolu, 51onday.
A party, composed of 5Iisscs Ellis
Gray, Willie Croft, Allie 5Iae Yates:
51essrs. Archie Davidson, Wilbur
Haynes and Arthur Watkins, spent
Friday with Miss Fenwick Wathen
at her home near Ford Ferry,
Miss 5Iay Jackson, of Jackson
school house vicinity, is expected to
arrive this evening to visit 51r. and
5Irs. John 51. Asbridge on Wilson
Hill. Miss Jackson is the daughter
of J. R. Jackson, one of the substantial
and influential citizens of tho
51iss Bena Hill, tho head trimmer
in the millinery department at Wilson's,
left yesterday for 5Iarion,
whore she will spend most of her vacation.
Dr. I, H, Clement, of Tolu, Ky.,
passed through the city Thursday" en
route home from a visit to relatives
in the vicinity of Sturgis. Ho was
accompanied by his wife .and daughter,
51iss Eva, and two sons, Earl
and Douglas, and Miss Gussie Mc-Grew.
Reginald Williams, tho two year
old son of J. W. Wilson and wifo,
was quite ill with a high fever Thurs-day
of last weok, and Drs. Daughtery
and Dixon attended him. He is
somewhat improved now.
5Iiss Phoebie Rochester, who has
been quito ill for several weeks, is
reported worse, Dr. P. Y. 5IcCoy,
of Evansville, was called to see her
W. D. Crowell has sold out his
interest in tho Crowell & Nunn Hwd.
Co, at Blaokford and will probably
move to Marion. We trust he will
do so as we welcome all such oitizens
to our little city. ' x-'
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