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Our three weeks' sale was a success, for you
found exactly what we advertised at the prices
specified. Now we still have some clothing for
both men and boys that the lots are broken that
we will continue to make exceedingly low prices
on. The quality, style and pattern are all 0. K.
but the price as well as the lot is broken.
We are now almost daily receiving New Fall
Goods, and bear in mind that you will always find
with us the Best at the lowest possible price.
TAYLOR & CANNAN
F W Nunn, dentist, Press Building
John Iltoe, of Fredonia, was in
A J. Uutlcr spont tho first of thu
week in Cascyville.
W. II, Me Kirov, of 1'riiiQoton,
was in the city Saturday.
Tho best true fruit syrup ices
served at I! syncs & Taylor's.
i Mish Klla Conyor is tho guost of
rclativcR in Dycusburg.
Mrs. C. K. Ncwoom and children,
pf Hcpton, were in the city Saturday,
Mrs. H, F. Hayncs and daughter,
pinna, lrft Sunday for St. Vincent,
where Anna will enter school
Mihs Alma Ashcr went to Provi-
Rcncc Thursday for her sister, Iva,
Ewho had been visiting relatives there.
bavc your peach sood, they will he
kigh. Bring mo your eggs, chixs
End all other produce. Schwaii.
Phono in your orders early each
Rnorning for ice. Call 300.
IMarion Ice and Coi.n Storage Co.
Mrs. (Jus Taylor and little daugh
ter, Marie, loft Monday for Mayfiold,
Ewhcro they will visit Mrs. C. M.
Miss Ktta Litchborgor, of St.
Louis, who has been visiting her
Fcousin, Miss Mary Deboo, loft Mon-
Hay for home.
Pencils, tablets, ink, mucilage
Rind nil school requisites at
Mish Daisy Cor.hor loft Tuosday
for Ilarrisburg, III., where she will
spend a month with her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Woldon and
children, of Wytherville, Va., arrived
Tuesday morning and will spend several
weeks visiting relatives.
Our supply of school books is
large, but we never can get
enough it seems, so come early
and don't be disappointed.
Mrs. Watson and children, of Pa-
1 ducah, who have been visiting her
K iiBtcr, lurs. (i. iU. tonyor, Iclt Mon
day for homo.
W Hiss Sarah Blue, of Morganlictd,
who haH been tho guest of Mihsoh
Fannie and Virginia Blue, left Mon-
fday for homo.
Ask Haynofl & Taylor.
F V Nunn, dentist, Press Building.
Call at Hayncs & Taylor s soda
fountain for cold drinks.
Dr. and Mrs. J. It. Perry wore the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Travis
Miss Kluabcth Rochester was the
guest of relativos in Paducah last
Mrs. II. O. Whitney and son,
Herbert, loft Wodnosday for their
homo in Water Valley, Miss.
School book headquarters,
Orme's Drugstore. Don't forget
Mrs. C. L. Burks, of Blackford,
was the guest of her mother, Mrs.
J. H. Clifton.
lion, and Mrs. O. M. James returned
Tuesday night from an extended
trip through tho East.
On account of failure of fruit, it
will pay you to dry all apples and
poaches you can. Will garantee
big prices this season. Sguvvab.
Miss Marion Clement went to
Kvansville Thursday to havo hor
Miss Susie Boston went to Evans-ville
to have an operation performed
on her eyes.
Mesdamos T. ,1. Yandell and Phcn
Miles returned Thursday from
Ark., where they had bcon visiting
their sister, Mrs. J. N. Clark.
Pens, ink, pencils, tablets,
school books and every thing
needful to "start to school" at
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Daughtcry, of
Blodgctt, Mo., were in town enroutc
to Fords Ferry to visit relatives.
H. E. Pickons jr., of
was in town Thursday night
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. K. Pickons.
Miss Ellis Gray loft Sunday for
Nazareth, whoro she will enter school.
Thiii is her second yoar and she
to finish school.
Mrs (Edgio Gregory and son,
of Dycusburg, wcro tho gucst9
of J. l. Finloy and family last week.
We buy tho highest grades of coal
that wo can find and will sell you
what wo buy.
Marion Coal & Trans. Co.
By O. n. Paris.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Davidson and
ohildrrn left Monday for their homo
in Cory! m, uftor visiting rolativos
in tliis oitv.
CI' as arrived in tho city
Friday oimi'i'o to Sheridan to visit
his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas
Hoover. II has been Ecrving a
term in tho U, S. army at a fort in
A full line of new school books
Mr. and Mrs. Uoy Threlkeld, of
Salem, attended tho circus here Saturday.
Mrs. Frank Taylor loft Monday for
Mayfield, where she will visit relatives.
Mrs. 11. A. Moore is the guest of
her Uaughtor, Mrs. Hoy Gilbert of
Avoid the rush, come early
and get your school books at
headquarters, Orme's, Main St.
Mcsdames J. A. and J. D. Farris,
or Salem, were in the city Saturday.
They came up to attend the circus.
Maurice Sutherland, who is attending
school in Bowling Green was
at home a few days this week.
Ilev. and Mrs. B. F. McMican, of
Vincennes, Ind., were visiting in
this city the latter part of last week.
Wo handle the best grades of coal
on the market, and give you just
what you buy. Wo want to please
you. Marion Coal & Trans. Co.
By O. H. Paris.
Sam Gugcnheim left Sunday for
St. Louis, where he will buy his fall
stock of goods.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olive, of Eddy-ville,
wero the guests of his parents,
Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Olive the first of
Coal for sale at the Applegato
mine one-fourth mile below Viek's
old mine. Lump 5 cents, nut 3
cents. Your patronage solicited.
Quircy & Harmon.
Miss Rosa Schwab, of Momphis,
who has been visiting her parents.
Mr. and Mr. M. Schwab, for a week
loit Sunday for homo.
Miss Emma Uuttcr, of Hampton,
spent Saturday with friends in this
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rankin and
children, of Fords Ferry, wore in the
Mrs. T. J. Nunn left Friday for
her homo in Frankfort. Sho has
boon visiting her children in this city.
$2.70 wmL'"JfM $1.00
Ask Hayncs & Taylor. j
Messrs Taylor and Cuuuan left
Monday for Cineinnati, where they
will buy their fall and winter stock
Lcsho Bibb left Sunday for tho
Jamestown Exposition. Ho will visit
his brother, J. O. Bibb, who is a
bookkeeper at tho Navy Yard in Nor-fork,
Miss Hattie Shuttlesworth,1 of Rep-ton,
was in tho city Monday onrouto
homo from a visit in Southern
Z A. Bennett went to Cndpr
J. H. Orme is in Memphis buying
his holiday goods.
Miss Ina Price is the guest of
friends in Sturgis.
Clarence Nosbit, of Providence,
was in the city Tuesday enroute to
G. H. Foster loft Tuesday for
Rosewoll, New Mexico, lor a several
H. A. Hayncs and little daughters,
Mayme and Ruth, were in
Miss Rebecca Williams, of Providence,
is tho guest of her sister,
Mrs. Sam (jugenhoim.
Mrs. Nunn who has been tho
guest of Mrs. A. S. Cannan, left
Tuesday for home.
Mrs. A. F. Cridcr and little sou,
of Biloxi. Miss., aro visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kevil.
$2.70 WortUan,t0' $1.00
Ask Hnynes & Taylor
A. Dewoy and little Miss Lcmah
James, of Kuttawa, were the guests
of friends in this city Saturday and
J. O. Williamson, mayor of
III., was in the city Wednesday.
He, was distributing advertising
nutter concerning the Egyptian
Fail Circuit, and also a now ferry
boat at that place.
Our tent meeting at Mattoon begins
Sept. Sth. Every body come
and pray for a gracious revival and
the salvation of many souls.
R. C. Love.
LOST. A smooth silver case open
face watch, in the city of Marion,
Tuesday Sept. 3rd. The finder will
please return to or notify T. C.
Every thing you will need for
the boy or girl to start to school
you can get at Orme's.
Mrs. Phenio Curry, of Missouri,
who has been visiting hor brother,
Geo. F. Williams and family, left
Tuesday for home.
Mrs. Rose, of Blackwcll, Okla.,
who was expected to arrive this
week to visit her sister, Mrs. T. C.
Guess, will not arrive until tho last
part of September.
Mrs. Addio Mautz who has been
spending the summer with her son
in Paducah, returned Tuesday and
will spend the winter with her
daughter, Mrs. A. J. Driskill.
Having sold my stock of millinery,
I wish to settle nil accounts and hope
all who owo mo, will call and settle
Mrs. Zola E. Love.
The Princeton Leader in its account
of the ball game said "The
Invincible Grays" came down and
held and inquest over the Marion
team. Wo have always thought that
inquests were hold over "dead ones"
and it was proven Thursday afternoon
that the Marion Baseball team wag
very much alive and certainly made
interesting for the Invincibles (?),
tho score being 3 to 2 in Princeton's
favor and three were made on errors.
"Jimmy" Wacker can certainly pitch
Ho struck 11 men while Princetons
pet "Guy" only struck out 8,of our
Mr. Thos. H. Hall Paducah was
the umpire and he rendered fair and
just decisions, though our visitors
were inclined to question some of his
decisions. The score.
Morrison 3b 4 0 13 12
Meidrich ss 4 0 0 2 0 1
Wacker p 4 0 10 2 0
Stone c ;.4 1 1 11 2 0
Lamb lb 4 0 0 5 10
Guess 3b 4 10 2 2 4
Ferryman If 3 0 20 00
Franks rf 3 0 0 2 0 0
Gilbert cf . . 3 0 0 2 0 0
34 2 5 27 8 7
Princeton-- ad r h I'O a e
Goldnamerlb 5 0 1 6 0 1
II. Moore ss 4 11 13 1
McCaslinrf 3 0 0 10 0
Griefe c 4 12 11 3 0
D Petit If 3 0 0 10 0
Miller 3b 4 0 0 112
G. Petit 2b 4 0 0 4 11
Stevens p 4 0 1 0 2 0
R. Moore cf 3 10 10 0
Total 34 3 5 7 27 5
Score By Innings
Marion 0 0 10 0 0 10 0
Princeton 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10
Batteries: Wacker and Stone,
Stephens and Gncfe. Struck out by
Wacker 11, by Stephens S.
Bay Current On Saturday.
The electric light power houso
furnished current Saturday which
was a treat to all patrons who had
fans. The Marion Electric Theatre
paid the extra expense and the
thanks of tho public arc due Messrs.
Morrison and Streot, two of the
cleverest men who ever camo to our
FOR SALE. A new Kimball
organ at a bargain.
W. 0. W. At DeKoven.
The Woodmen of the World had a
picnie and barbecue at DeKoven,
Ky., on Monday, Sept. 2, which
was Labor day. There was a fairly
good sized crowd in attendance.
The Marion Silver Cornet Band furnished
music for the occasion. There
was soveral speeches made in the
afternoon, some of tho speakers
District Manager Russell of
Dawson Spring, Attorney Wilson of
Sturgis, Ky. Senator Watkins of
Sturgis and W. H. Clark of Marion,
Ky. There was a game of base ball
in the afternoon between tho Princeton"
and DeKoven Ball Teams.
Princeton won the game by a score
of 7 to 1.
Electric Light Bills.
Electric light bills are due the 1st
of each month. We connot efford
to carry bills indefinitely on our
books and those not paying reasonably
prompt need not complain if
their lights are cut out,
Marion Electric Lioiit & Ioe Co.,
The articlo in the minutes of tho
teachers institute entitled "Proper
Methods of Instruction in giving
the Child a Truo and Useful Education"
was written and delivered by
Dr. W. T. Daughtory, of this city,
before the institute.
Makes Kidneys sod Bladder Right
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, bow refreshing a glass of
our cool, refreshing, satisfying
ice-cream soda, egg phosphate,
cherry sisters, mint julep or nut
sundae 1 Sparkling, fizzing,
cooling and thirst-quenching 1
Come in and Cool Off.
Sanitary Soda Fountain