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4g Hurry over to our store and see the many things we have put attractive 3
s& prices on. We mention some of them below. Read them carefully.
W That it's not the price
'Sl yu PaY ut tne value you
receive that makes the bargain,
and here are some
real values at bargain
$12.50 3-piece suits
8.50 and 9.00 suits
S.00 3-piece suits
8.50 outing suits
4S 3.50 and $4 ext. pants
43 2.25 2.50 extra pants
And you will find
them just as we
WE GIVE YOU GOOD
AND PLEASE YOU
WHILE THEY LAST!
All summer dress goods will be sold at greatly reduced
prices. So don't wait until they are all sold.
Remember! We Do Not Carry Over!
If you don't believe we carry the nicest and best
line of shirts and collars in the county, come see them.
Reduced Prices on All Our Fancy Parasols.
For something nice in
Ties, handkerchiefs, laces and embroideries,
hosiery and underwear
see us. It costs nothing to look.
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F.W.Nunn, dentist, Press Building
Mrs. C. E. Wcldon and children
iett Friday tor a i'ow weeks stay in
Miss Bona Hill, who has been the
iiucst of Mrs. II. K. Woods, left
Friday for Henderson.
Mrs. L. E. Guess and little daughter,
Marie, of Tolu, were in the city
Friday en route to Dawson.
Miss Dollie Crowder, of Providence,
who has been visiting relatives
in this city, left Friday ior her
Luther Farmer, of Owensboro,
spent a few days last week with hi-parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fanner.
Mrs. J. W. Wilson and her guest.
Miss Muh, spent Wednesday in Fredonia,
the guests of Mrs. J. F.
Miss Agnes Muh, of Jackson.
Miss., who has been the charming
guest of Mrs. J. W. Wilson for
three weeks, left Thursday afternoon
Mrs. John Brantley left Saturday
for a few days visit with relatives at
Mrs. John Loftus, of Evansville,
was the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. G. Hammond a few days
Miss Anna Allen Elgin, who has
been visiting relatives in
returned home Saturday morning.
Miss Estelle Walker and brother,
Noel, of Grand Junction, Colo., arrived
Saturday and will sp,end several
wcok;s vbttiiri Yrle'bds'aud relatives.
We have just gotten word to
change Clevc Wolfe's paper from
Berea, KyT, to Borden, Ind., where
he has accepted a position as cashier
in the Borden State Bank, Cleve has
been in the Berea bank for some
time and has proven himself quite
efScent. We are glad to know of
his good fortune in securing this
spledid position which pays him a
handsome salary, and we feel sure he
is competent to hold it.
Now Open to Guests.
100' Rooms. Fare First Class
'$ Oa daily mail route. Telephone.
fjfi M.DAVIDSON,Prop., Marion.Ky.
8.50 Rug or
2.75 It will pay you to
1.98 examine our line before
1.75 buying, and we
F.W.Nunn, dentist, Press Building.
J. 11. Jackson, of near Fredonia,
was in town Friday.
II. K. Wood was in Fredonia
Frank Wheeler leit Monday for a
few days stay at Dawson.
Mrs. Carloss was the guest of Mrs.
Henry Swansey Sunday.
Kcv. II. C Love began a meeting
at Shady Grove this week, he is assisted
by Robert Leer of Tolu. All
are invited to attend.
Rev. W. T. Oakley left Monday
for Mt. Carmel, Ky., where he will
hold a protracted meeting.
Mr. aud Mrs1. Enoch Belt and
children, of Sheridan, left Monday
Mrs. II. D. McChcsney and daughter,
Miss Ruth, oi Puducah, are the
guests of friends and relatives in this
Harry Watkius, of Mayfield, was
in town Thursday.
Miss Lillic Cook left Thursday lor
a two week's visit with relatives iu
Providence and Madisonville.
A. A. Bennett was in Henderson
Thursday attending the fair.
J. A. Farris and Dr. J. D.
of Salem, were in the city
Mrs. Joseph Pryor, of Louisville,
was in the city a -few days last week,
en route to Fredonia. She was the
guest of Mesdames J. W. WiNon
and G. P. lloberts while here.
Dr. Hayden Threlkcld returned
from Louisville Monday morning.
He has been attending Medical College
in that city.
Mrs. Jas. Tolloy and children left
Sunday tor Eddyville, 111., to visit
her mother. They went via Puducah
and Golconda by rail thence by hack.
They will be absent several days.
Miss Jessie Glenn and Miss Lil-the
lian Grcsham, of Eddyville, are
guests of friends in this city.
Misses Mary, Lucille aud Juliette
Kennedy, of Hopkiusvslle, are the
guests of Misses Anna Allen and
Tom Enoch and wifo Henry James
and wife spent Sunday with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Butler and
little daughter, Verbie, spent a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Enoch
at their country home.
Rev. Boyco Taylor, of Murray,
Ky., one of the most noted Baptist
minister in the State, has been secured
to oonduot a series of meetings
at the Government church in Hopkins
county, commencing Tuesday,
following the fourth Sunday in August.
Call at Haynes - ' Taylor - soda
fountain for cold drink
Miss Sarah Sanders, of Paducah,
is the guest of Mr. G. C. Gray's
Mrs. Tom Champion aud sou,
Charles, speut a few days- at Crittenden
Srrinirs last week.
Misses Mabel aud Katie Yandcll
spent a few day lat week at Crittenden
Mrs. Cavcnder and Mis s Irene
Browuiut: spent Sunday at
Mrs. II. D. McChesucy and daughter.
Miss Ruth, have troue to Marion
to visit lelatives. Paducah Ncw
Miss Bertie Crowe passed through
the city Saturday en route to Sheridan,
where he will visit Mrs. W.
B. Yate. Mi Crowe has held
several camp-meetings at Hurricane.
Miss Nolle Walker pent a few
days last week, with Miss Carolyne
Harris of Corydon.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Charles, who
have been the of relatives in
this city, left Saturday for their
home in Brazil, Tenu.
Bcatty and Henry Terry, of Sheridan,
passed through the city Monday
en route to Sikeston, Mo., on a
Mrs. Dennie Hubbard and little
son, Boyce, of Shady Grove, wore
the guests of friends and relatives in
this city last week.
Mrs. Sam Hughes, of Paducah,
spent Suuday iu this city, the guest
of her mother, Mrs. Jane Flanary.
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,
cooling and thirst-quenching I
Come in and Cool Off.
Sanitary Soda Fountain
The true fruit syrup ices
served at Haines & Taylor .
Mr. an Mrs. J. 11. Summerville
and children, of Mattoon, were in
the city Sunday, the guests of her
father, C. E. Doss.
Rev. R A. LaRue passed through
the city Saturday, en route to Shady
Grove to till his appointment theie
Sunday. Monday morning he returned
to his home at Levias.
Dr. E. B. Hardin, of Madisouville,
wa in the city Monday en route to
Hampton to attend the funeral of
his Mrs. Rector.
Mr. Ellen Asbridgc wa the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ralston,
near Frances, Thursday.
FOR SALE. Two good milk cows
aud cahes. Red Pole stock. Third
calves. J. E. Dean.
Re. W. R. Gibbs, of Sheridan,
was here Friday, en route to Liberty,
Lyon county, to fill his appoiutment
there. He returned Monday.
Jr. and Mrs. Percy Finlcy and
children, of Paducah, who have been
visitiug his parents, Mr. aud Mrs.
J. R. Fiuley, left Monday for home.
FOR SALE Surry and harness,
one left handed vuleal plow, book
case with desk drawer and cabinet
and stock scales.
J. M. Pmi.ups, Tolu, Ky.
Caleb Stoue returned from Lyon
county Thursday after a pleasant
visit of ten days.
Mrs. G. W. Stone, who was called
to Fredonia to visit her mother, who
i quite ill, returned homo Saturday.
Her mother i "till very low.
Mr. aud Mrs. Cooksey and children,
of Crofton, arrived in the city
last week to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Wcldon on West Salem
street. Mrs. Cooksey was Miss
Nellie Wcldon a grand daughter of
Jacob Green of Livingston county.
R. F. Deboe sold seventeen binders
and thirteen mowers here this
year. He has now moved into his
commodious head-quarters opposite
the Hotel Zora, and is prepared to
do a general line of repairing and
blacksmith work. Uniontown
Uncle Dock Greon's cook gave the
fire alarm Saturday morning. Soon
after the fire was kindled, the soot
in the kitchen flue got on fire and
she made no delay in making the fact
knowu. The neighbors soon extinguished
the flames with very little
Rev. E. H. Bull, of Hopkinsvillc,
Ky., will preach at the Cumberland
Presbyterian church nest Sunday at
11 o'clock. He is a fine preacher
and you will enjoy hearing him, Ho
is the pastor of the Presbyterian
church at Hopkinsville. He is taking
his vacation at the Crittenden
Springs, but consented to preach for
Bro. Price next Sunday.
Do You Know the Reason ?
We handle the best and
do not charge you any
more for them than others
do for much inferior
makes. We are making
special prices on
And extremely low prices on
WHITE AMD TAN OXFORDS.
Ray Flanary was in Fredonia
Tuesday to see the ball game between
Fredonia and Princetou.
Quite a number of jouug people
went to the Crittenden Spriugs Mou-day
evening on a hay ride.
Messrs. Street and Morrisou went
to Fredonia Tuesday to sec the ball
William Yates returned from Illinois
Tuesday where he has been
helping iu a meeting.
Misses Cordie and Tounie Wheeler
left Tuesday morning for a sojourn
Miss Mabel Freeman, who has been
visitiug Miss Muriel Freeman returned
to Fredouia Tuesday.
W. O. Tucker attended the ball
game at Fredonia Tueday,
Mt. Nellie Cooksey, who ha been
visiting relative here, returned to
her home in Christian couuty.
Rev. Thompson, providing elder
of the Henderson district, passed
through our city Tuesday eu route to
The Goldeu Links aud Juvenile
Missionary society, will give an ice
cream supper iu the court house yard
Saturday evening August :rd.
John C. Griffin, of Dycusburg.
was in the city Tuesday. He i. a
member of the firm of Griffin A: Wells
who were burned out there, r eceutly.
Miss Maude Gill, who returned re
cently from Texas and who is now
visiting at the home of her father,
Jas. Gill, near this city, was in
town on a shopping trip Tuesday.
I am prepared to do neat darning
on such articles as dresses, waists,
coats etc. Mrs. Nina Howtjiton.
FOR SALE. A house and lot
situated in Mexico, Ky., on the I.
C. railroad, 1J acres of good grouud,
several fruit trees, and plenty of
good cistern water, a house of four
rooms needing some repairs, will sell
cheap on easy terms. For further
information call on S. J.
Misses Margarette Moore, Frances
Gray and Leafla Wilborn left Tuesday
for Jamestown exposition. They
will be gone about two weeks and
will visit many other points of interest
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Woodall, of
the Frances vicinity, are the proud
parents of a beautiful little girl, who
has been named Myrtie May, for Mr.
Woodall's two sisters.
We arc in receipt of an invatation
to the commencement exercises 6f
the Louisville Hospital College of
medicine, held July 30th, at
Masonio Temple. It is with pleasure,
we noto the name of Walter T.
Travis among the graduates, and we
presume he and bride, who was Miss.
Xelle Boston of this eity will be
at home early in August. '
in Footwear g
SHOULD SAY!" S
and Oxfords $
57 BARGAINS &
The party who ha my ruby-glass,
will please return it at once. I need
' John ConiRAN.
J. D. Farris, the Salem merchant,
was here Tuesday on a busiuess trip.
Mis. Caroline Beard returned
Wednesday from a visit to Tenn.
W. C. O' Brian, of Paducah, was
in the city Tuesday aud Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Huston Orme and
childicn lolt Tuesday ecuiug for
J. R. Farris and wife, of Salem,
were in the city Tuesday, the guests
of their daughter, Mis. John "Coch-ran.
Mrs. M. E. Croft and her daughters.
Mic. Willie, Jessie and Ruth,
leit Tuesday afternoon for Salem to
viit her mother, Mr-. Mary
Herbert Roduors, a handsome and
sprightly boy of Evansville, is tho
guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Nannie
Cochran, in East Marion.
Rev. W. F. Pans, will preach at
Oliver school houc Saturday before
the third Sunday in August, at o
o'clock p. m. also third Sunday in
August at 11 a. m. The public aro
Mr. J. B. Kevil, who has been
viiting relatives in Providence for
the past two weeks, returned homo
Tuesday greatly improved.
Miss Bertha Forte, of Cadiz, who
has been visiting Miss Irabelle Car-loss,
returned to her home Tuesday.
There are quite a number of guests
at Crittenden Springs this week, and
they aie having a jolly good time.
For lack of space, we omit tho
account of Robert and Madeline
Jenkins' lawn party, in honor of
Misses Browning of Rosiclair and
Kenned of Hopkinsville.
Miss Addic Farris, of Salem, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. John
Cochtan. , She will visit Mrs. J. C.
Carlton of Crayneville another sister,
next week. Although blind, Miss
Farris is an educated girl, and is a
very interesting character to meet.
Itev. J. C. Brandon who wa3 hero
in interest of the Educational Board
of the Methodist church preached
Sunday morning at the Methodist
church and conducted the union service
at the Christian church in tho
evening. He left Tuesday.
J. W. Jeffries, of Iron Hill, was
in the city Tuesday, to see about
that raise in the price of the Phess.
He said he wanted to get in on the
ground floor before the raiic.
E. R. Hill, of Iron Hill section,
brought in a horned monster similar
to a tobacco warm this week, which
he found on his farm. ,He says it
has horns on its back aad boras on
its head and it looks as if it eouli, -devour
tobacco as fait as GMH'iMMf
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