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Visit Us At Your Earliest
Convenience to Your Advantage !
WINNING PRICES! WINSOME STYLE !
Ye Bargain Hunters
Look Here !
SUITS AND PANTS
The right kind for Men, Young Men
and Boys. Our WHOLE STOCK must go
WE CUT THE PRICE TO SELL THEM !
310.00 buys a good $14.00 suit
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3.00 Bos Goods 4.50 "
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Our $1.50 and $2.00 Pants
Are u hat you uant. They are
here for you. Let us show you
Carpets, Rugs, Druggets,
and Lace Curtains.
We are authorized to announce
R. H. THOMAS
a candidate for Assessor, to fill out the
unexpired term of J. Anthony Davidson,
subject to the action of the Republican
party. He endorses the local
All those who owe us a dollar or
more on subscription, will not receive
any more papers. So those
who fail to receive a paper, please
send us the amount due us and renew
Wo present elsewhere, a few cuts
of the ruins of Dycusburg. The
pictures were taken by Dooms Bros,
artists of Dycusburg, and our
thanks are due to them tor same.
Joseph and Benjamin Moore, of
Charleston, Mo., who have been visiting
their aunt, Mis. E. J. Hay-ward,
left for their homo Wednesday
Chas. Perry, who is suffering with
typhoid fever, is reported to be getting
along nicely, and his early recovery
is hoped for.
John J. Xunn, of Sullivan, was in
our city the first of the week, left
Wednesday for Dawson.
Mrs. Vaden Warren, of Owcnsboro
who has been visiting relatives here,
left Wednesday with her aunt, Mrs.
Sarah Elder, for a visit in Princeton
Will pay for white corn in shuck
55 cents, for shucked corn 58 cents
delivered jit mill.
Mabioic Milling Co. Inc.
Virginia Flanary, Vera Conyer,
Miriam Pierce, Dovie Carter, Fanuie
'J I Sons, Iva Bigham, Fannie Moore,
. "j ,0 Gussie Burget. Susie Boston, Willie
Stephenson, Geuoava Dauiels, Lillie
j Bell Dunn, Mamie Love, Julia Pope
1 Virginia Flauarv and Cleo Eaten.
Mr- G. P. Siatou gave an ice
cream -upper last Thursday night in
honor of her sister, Miss Emma
Pierce and nephew. Master Lester
Siatou. who are her guests from
Time aud space will not permit us
to cive the uames of all the guests
who enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs.
Slaton. Quiet a number ot the
guests were from Kuttawa. Plenty
of good music, ice cream and cake
helped to make the evening a most
Little Miss Leona Noggle
a number of her little friends
Friday evening from G to 8 o'clock.
The little tots seemed to have a delightful
time playing such games as,
"drop the handkerchief" and "wolf
over the river" and "thimble." The
refreshments were cream and several
varities of cake.
Resolutions of Respect,
Zion Hill Lodge, No. 371 F. & A. M.
Weston, Ky., July 29, 1907.
Whereas, It has pleased the
Great Architect of the universe to
call from labor our esteemed and
dearly beloved brother, Geo. W.
Gahagan, who departed this life
after much suffering on the 2Gth day
of July, 1907. Therefore be it
Resolved, First, that in the
death of Bro. Gahagan this lodge
and the fraternity has lost one of Us
shining and brightest lights. One
who loved Masonry and who was to
us a teacher and a guide in all things
Masonic As a man he was true
and trusted, as a Mason upright and
Shoes and Oxfords !
You can't go without shoes, and
even if you could you wouldn't do so
after seeing the styles and shapes we
are placing on sale at almost cost of
ALL LOW CUTS
At Low Cut Prices.
S3.00 Ladies Fine Slippers $2.25
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Misses and Children's Slippers from
50c to SI. 00, worth much more.
3H)e Crittcnbcn PrcSsMiceorD
S. M. JENKINSIEditor and Publisher.
GEO. M. GRIDER, Associate Editor.
Entered as second-class matter June :6th
at the postorbce at Marlon, Ky. under the Act of
Congress of March 3rd, ft-?
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THURSDAY, AH)., I, 10OT
Little Mis Aunico Bostou celebrated
her eighth birthday Saturday
afternoou, July 27, at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. K.
Boston, oa Xorth Main street.
of ice cream and cake
were served. The following little
I Resolved, Second, that we ten-Ider
our heartfelt aympathy to his
, family aud especially to his sou, who
had learned to lean on and look to
him, the idol of his heart, and for
whom his love was pure aud sublime.
Pie loved his home, his country and
his people, and he himself was universally
loved aud esteemed by his
fellowiuau by whom he will be remembered
as a clean, upright, model
Reiolved, Third, that a page be
et apart on the records of this lodge
to record his career and to commemorate
his memory and that these
resolutions be entered thereon aud
a copy be civcti to his family and to
Be it further resolved that the
brethren wear the usual badge of
mourning for thirty duys.
R. L. Flanarv,
J. L. Rankin,
F. B. Heath,
All persons haviug claims against
the estate of J. X. Gass, deceased,
are hsreby notified to present same
to me, properly proven, on or before
the first day of October 1907 or same
will be barred from collection.
J. G. Rochester, Admr.
I BIBLE GLASS
REV. J. F. PRICE, EDITOR
The Bible lesson for next Sunday
will be Lev. V.-X. inclusive.
TOPICS FOR STUDV.
The trespass offering.
Laws of the offerings.
13. Aaron and his 6ons consecrated.
4. The anointing oil and what it
is a symbol of.
."). Strange fire.
0. Temperauco for preachers.
7. Trouble between Moses and
Aaron, Lev. 10:10-20.
All persons having claims against
the estate of J. S. Barnes, deceased,
will please present the same to me,
or J. Mack Thompson, at Sturgis,
Ky., on or before the first day of
September 1907, properly proven as
required by law, or the same will be
H. L. Culley, Admr.
of J. S. Barnes.
Men's Patent Low Cuts
One lot worth $3.50 for $2.98
" " " 3.00 for 2.48
' " " 2.50 for 1.98
At One-Fourth Off Prices.
Come and see. You'll be vour own judge.
Everything priced to sell.
H. K. Phillin, nnil wif, rn J. M.
1 been the guest of Miss Margarette
I Rankin, has returned to her homo
.,. , .,. i Waverly. Tenn.
htta Barnes Ida acres on Hurricane J
creek exchange of land. Miss Margarette Rankin
11. A. Sharp to Mary J. Black
14S acres on Pigeon Roost creek
C. J. Pierce to Mary M. Stone's
heirs 17 acres near Repton 025.
L. Lemon and wife to Thos. D.
and Mary M. Stone SO acres on
Crooked aud Piney Creeks $400.
Joseph Beasley to C. J. Pierce J
acres $ 10.
Trustees of C. P. church (col.) to
Joseph Beasley acres near Marion
W. L. James and wife to trustees
of Pleasant Hill church U acres
Vaughn & Boteler to C. W. Grady
house aud lot in Weton $03.
John A. Moore to A. C. Moore
3. 851) acres $3S3.31 in Marion.
J. F. Flanary to J. P. Samuels G
acres iu Bells Mines precinct.
J. F. Flanary to J. P. Samuels 4
acres in Marion precinct Jso 2.
J. F. Flanary to J. P. Samuels SI
acres iu Bells Mines precinct.
All persons having claims against
the estate of R. JJ. Grady, deceased
will please present the same to use
legally certified, on or before tho
2Gth day of August, 1907-or the
same will be forever barred.
C. E. and C. W. Grady
Executors of R. N. Grady.
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Messrs. Dink Stumeou, Charlie
Cain and A. A. Pruitt were in
on business, first of the week.
Mrs. Geo. L. Rankin and sons,
Wilsou and Dick, were the guests of
her sister, Mrs. G. A. Hill of Iron
Hill the first of the week.
Quite a number from here attended
the show at Caseyville, last Thursday
M. Marlow delivered a sixty foot
timber on the levy here last Monday,
for the Western Kentucky Coal
Miss Josephine Smith has returned
from a throe week's visit to relatives
Miss Floreuco Marlow, who has
guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. C.
of last week.
Several from here attended the
funeral of Geo. Gahasan last Saturday
at Bells Mines.
Louuie Marlow was here Saturday
Messrs. Finas and Percy Black
were the guet of J. W. Hughes aud
family Saturday and Sunday.
Earl Rankin eutertaiued his friends
Saturday evening. Quite a crowd
were present. Music was furnished
during the evening, refreshments
consisting of ice cream and herbet
were served. All left at a late hour
declaring they had a pleasant time.
Mrs. Albert Travis and Mrs.
Clark and children were the
guests at relatives here Saturday aud
Miss Ruby Hughes was the guest
of Miss Kittie Hill Saturday night.
J. P. Rankin and and family were
the guests of his parents Saturday
Mrs. Dink Sturgeon was me guest
of friends in Illinois Saturday and
Miss Liunic Brantley attended
children's day at Rose Bud Suuday.
Roy Hughes was the guest of his
mother Saturday and Suuday.
Little Henry W'ilson was the guest
of his cousin, Jerry Rankin, Saturday.
Barbecues and ice cream suppers
arc the order of the day.
W. A. Tackwell has a fine orop of
Miss Nellio Sullenger is among
Forrest Ramage is the guest of
Jess Shore of Sikeston, Mo., is
here looking him out a location.
Mrs. Bartloy Sullenger will leave
Tuesday for Dawson Springs.
C. W. Hall and family visited J.
A. Sullenger Saturday.
Clyde McMaster went to Wheat-
I orof t Tuesday.
At Clean Out
Ladies 25c lace collars I5c
NEW LINE OF
White Goods, Val Laces. Belts,
Neckwear. See us for novelties.
15c Mercerized White Goods 10c
I WASH GOODS ! DRESS GOODS ! M
THE KIND YOU LIKE !
The Best Styles ! They're New !
They're Stylish !
LOOK AT THEM !
35c Wash Goods 18c per yard
25c " " 15c per yard
15c " " 10c per yard
LOOK AT THEM !
E. F. Sullcagcr received stock
here last Friday.
F. E Hoover will leave for Missouri
Dick Kimscy, who seved three
years in the U. S. army, is in our,
S. S. Sullenger started his hay
J. C. Hardin attended the ice
cream supper at Sheridan Saturday
night and reports "one swell" time.
Jerry Hardesty has' purchased a
new wagon and is hauliuu the material
for Baruett school house
Mrs. Vina Lyuu will 'leave the
first of August for the land of "honey
pound," iu Missouri.
C. H. Tabor aud family, of Hardesty,
visited Wm. Hardin's Saturday.
FREDERICK S. STILWELL,
Over Marion Bank Building
All Work Guaranteed
Is the oft repeated expression
which, tells its own
tale of putting off tilr to- v
morrow that which should
have been done today.
Neglecting to i n s u re
causes a loss of many millions
of dollars every year
to property owners. Don't
be one of them, but get
your insurance now.
I represent one of the
strongest insurance offices
in the land, and without
question the oldest in the
world, being established in
LET ME INSURE
Jno. A. Moore
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