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Sl WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES
S AND PLEASE YOU TOO
MONEY SAVED & SP
Buying the Best and That is What Wc Offer.
You Like Good Ladies' Misses' and Children's Cloaks ts
CLOTHES Direct from the factory to us. You have no old style i (I
nor jobber's profits to pay when you buy cloaks of us.
Why not get them
when they cost you
no more than many
others that are much
inferior to them.
Suits for men and
boys arc all their
names implies, and
in workmanship and
style arc unexcelled
For men and boys.
If you want the
newest things in
See our line.
New line of
Money saved to you
if you want a
New line of
Belts and Hand Bags !
fancy and plain
Dress Goods !
Although there has
been a big advance in
almost all dress goods
wc arc prepared to
sell them to you at the
Complete line of
Direct from the mills.
Arc the kind we
have. If you do not
want these, look
If that is the kind,
come look for yourself
and you'll be
TAYLOR & CANNAN
NUMBER 180 S?
If you want S
the cloaks that gfc
are up to date St
and Children. St
W.Nunn.dcntUt, Press Building
'hatain W. Haynes spent Sunday
J A. Stcgar, of 1'rinocton, was m
the city Saturday.
Harry Watkins, of Mayfiold, was
in town Saturday.
W. 1). Haird and Thos. W.
were in Blackford, Tuesday.
Mr. H. C. Hico, of Frcdonia,
hjcut Tuosday with Mrs. Oil Tucker.
Carl Trislcr arrived Saturday and
spent a few days with friends m this
Mrs. Alice Jacobs, of Moflat. Colorado,
is the guests of friends in this
Murray Stephenson of Mexico
vicinity was hero Saturday on
.1. W. Blue returned Thursday
from a trip to Texas and Indian Territory.
(Quito a crowd from- here attended
BuiTalo Bill's Show 'at Princeton,
Mrs. Hose, of Ulackwcll.Oklahoma,
is the guest ol bcr sister, Mrs. T.
Mrs. Will Clcmcut, of Evansvillc,
is tho guest of rolatives in this city
Miss Pearl Doss returned Thurs-day
from a visit in Hopkinsvillo and
Harold Kittingor, of Kvansvillc,
spent a few days with friends in this
city last week.
II. It. Stembridgo, of Iron Hill,
visited his daughter Mrs. Waltors,
nt Cridcr, Saturday.
Mrs. .1. P. Stubblofield, Misses
Oiawfard, of Corydon, attended tho
Miss Carrio Gill left Friday for
Indian Territory whoro she will tcaoh
this fall and winter.
Dr. F. S. Stilwoll loft Monday for
Dayton, Ohio. Ho has gono to visit
his moth or, who ib ill.
Mrs. E. II. Doss and children left
Thursday for Vaughan, Miss., whore
thoy will join Mr. Dobb.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Terry, and
Miss lluth were tho guoBta of It. D.
Mooro and family, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Watt Lamb and
liltlo daughtor Qcnovawill romovo at
an early dato to Muscogee, Indian
F.W.Nunn, dentist, Press Building.
Miss Kmma and Lena Terry of
Hebron were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. S. M. Jenkins Sunday.
Mrs. J. L. Travis left Wednosday
for Memphis where she will bo the
guest of rolatives soveral weeks.
Henry Bros, put up tho handsome
monument which was unvoilod sun-day
at tho new Marion cemetery.
Misses Katie Orr and Bessie
of Providence, and Mr Harvey
Travis, attondod the unveiling, Sunday.
Mrs. J. L. Shrodc, of Hopkins,
villc, spent a few days this week
with rclativos and friends in this
The Ladios Aid Society of the M.
K. Church will give a Hollowo'cn
Sooial. The place will be given next
J. F. Dodge is in Paducah this
week to attend K. of P. Grand
Lodges. He is the delegate from
Mr. aud Mrs. J. H. Summcrsvillc
and children wcro in tho oity Sunday,
the guests of hor parents Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Doss.
Mrs. Virgil Klgin and Mrs. Marshall
Jenkins wero thegucstof Mrs.
J. B. Hay at hor pleasant home in
the Frcdonia valley.
Mrs. J. P. Dnboc and son, Freo-man,
of Columbus aro expected to
arrive in this city tho first of October
to visit relatives.
Miss Clara Crawford, of Tolu was
in tho city Saturday en routo to
Nashville whoro sho will onter a College
of art and music.
Send us your order for
McCall's patterns, 10 and 15
cents. C. B. Loyd,
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cridcr loft
Monday for their homo at Biloxi,
Miss., after having visited relatives
hero for soveral weeks
Miss May Jaekson, of Frcdonia,
was the guest of Miss Lcaila Wil-born
Wednosday uight and Thursday,
on West Gum street.
Mr. and Mrs W. L. Vcnncr returned
Sunday from an extended trip
through tho west. Thoy also visited
their old homo in Corydon, Indiana.
I). B. Kovil, who has a position
with Huberts, Johusou, Hand Shoe
Company, is at home on a visit to
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Nico little farm for salo 4 milos
from Marion on H. F. D. Houto,
sonio clover and grass, orchard, nearly
all fresh land, eomfortablo houso and
all necessary outbuilding. In fine
mineral territory. J.G., Press office.
J. B. Ford, of Finoy, was horo
Tuosday, no reads tho
every week, and ordered it
sent to his son at Central City.
Mathcw It. Deboc, of Crayncvillc,
was in the city Friday. He returned
from the State Fair Sunday have
ing attended it with a large party
FOB SALK. A five room residence,
one good sized lot on Gum
street near Joe Stewart, good well,
stablo and all necccssary out
Mary J. Travis.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jenkins entertained
at six o'clock dinner Tuesday
evening, in honor of Mrs. D.
H. Woods, of St. Louis, and Mr.
Mrs. A. F. Crider, of Biloxi, Miss.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Adams at their
hospitable homo throe milos South
of this oity, entertained last Tuesday
at dinner, in honor of Mrs.
Adams' uncle, 1. N. Young and wife,
LOSTA gold stick pin with
alligator tooth, Sunday morning.
Finder will plcaso notify Mrs. II. K.
Hcv. Dr. McDonald will preach in
tho C. P. Church, Sunday, Octobon.
Oth, at 11 o'clock a. in., and at 7
o'clock p. m. If the weather is cool
the church houso will be properly
heated. Everybody invited.
Malcolm Wilkoy, who has been tho
station agent during Mr. Vennor's
absonco, left Tuesday with his father
for Hot Springs, Ark., Mr. Wilkey is
a gonial and accomodating youig
man and will return to tako the position
as day operator.
Tho It. L. Moore Stetnniory hero
has been leased to the "Dark tobacco
Protective Stemming Association"
and will bo run for the benefit of the
home producers who should confer
with the county chairman, Judge
Aaron Towery at once.
Mrs. M. E. Croft and daughters
Misses Willie, Jessie and Huth returned
from Pctosky, Midi., Sunday
morning, on the 4 o'clock train aftor
spending a delightful summer ou
the great lakes. They returned by
way of Chicago, stoppiug thoro a
a short wtiilc.
FOR RENT A four roomed
houso on West Depot street, apply
to Miss Martha Henry.
John A. Moro is indeed a fortunate
follow. Last week ho won tho buggy
at Morris & Yatos in a contest,
and since, the buggy has been purchased
by Frank Wheeler, and his
beautiful black marc, the ono whioh
has been such a familar figuro on
tho streets with his granddaughter,
Miss Eulu Wheeler, in tho saddle.
The pretty animal and now buggy
and harness make a protty turnout,
Our'fall stock of dry goods,
shoes, etc., is now complete.
Prices are lower than others
are asking. C. B. Loyd,
Graveyard cleaning at Chapel Hill
Friday morning, Oct 4th.
Dr. Long, oL Morganficld, will be
hero during Dr. Stilwcll's absence.
Hoy Gilbert and little daughter,
Anna Louise, were in the city Tuesday.
It. D. Drosher and wife will spend
tho winter with Itov. and Mrs. Benjamin
Andres, instead of keeping
Hev. Benjamin Andres will preach
at Chapel Hill Sunday afternoon at
Hon. 0. M. James returned home
Tuesday from a speaking tour through
Mrs. Jas. -E. Baker, of View,
spont laBt week the guest of friends
J.B. Binckloy and family, of View,
have moved to town and will open a
Mrs. Geo. Howcrton, of Rcpton, is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J.
F. Dodge, this week.
Frank Ncwconi still holds his
in Marion and came" in Tuesday
night to register.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Newcom and
childron wcro the guests of her mother
Mrs. J. II. Clifton, Sunday.
Mcsdames S. M. Jenkins and
Elgil were tho guests of J. B.
Hay, of Frcdonia, Saturday.
Mrs. J. P. Deboe and son, Free-man,
of Columbus, Ky., aro the
guests of hor mother, Mrs. E. P. Hill.
L. E. Guess and Hobt, Lear, of
Tolu, were in the city Tuesday en
route home from Columbia, Ky.
II. D. Sale, oui saddlo and harness
man, who has bcon quito ill for
seueral wcoks is improving slowly.
G. T. Specs and son, Wilmor, of
Carrsville, wero the guests of his
brother, J. C. Spcos, of this city
Win. Kurtz, an expert harness
and saddle man, of Paducah, is here
in charge of II. D. Sale's storo during
A special pooling man will be
here next week to assist the farmors
in pooling their 1907 orop. All
should sco him.
How Are Your Eyes.
All weak or defective oyes caused
from Emmotropia, Hyperopia, Myopia,
Presbyopia, can bo corrected, with
the properly addjustmont of Glassos.
Dr. Geo. W. Stonk.
Office in Jcukins Bldg.
Tho Singer Sewing Machine agency
will occupy the rooms in the Press
building recently vacated by Fohs
next to Hayncs & Taylor's drug
Col. L. II. James and daughters,
Misses Lizzie and Huby, returned
Friday night from Nashville and
other points in Tennessee. Mr. James
went to sec his old home in Smith
County whilo gone.
Press Ford, of Piney, has seourcd
a position in the First National Dank
at Central City, Ky., and passed
through here last Monday, en ronte
there to assume his place. Albert
Orr of this county is cashier.
Leonard Lowrv was here Tuesday
from Salem to meet his sister Alice
and her husband, Dr. Richard Stewart,
who now reside in Kansas. Thoy
have come to visit her father Thos.
W. Lowry and other Kentucky relatives.
Tho Communion of the Lord's Sup'
per will be observed at tho Presbyterian
Church next Sunday morning.
Preparatory services vrlll bo held
Friday night at 7:30 o'clock and Sat.
urday .morning at 10:30 o'clock. All
arc cordially invited to attend these
Mrs. Ernest Melton and children
of Providence, were in tho city Tuesday,
en route home from Lcitchfield,
where she has been tho guest of hor
iister, Mrs. L. S. "Rogers.
Eskew Bros, agents for the
Horse Shoe Brand fertilizer.
Itov. J. Heed Lamb, has been
transferred at his request to tho
Missouri Presbytery from Washington,
whero ho has beon stationod for
sovoral years and will remove this
month to Butler, Missouri, which is
a fino town of over 5000 inhabitants
in southwest Missouri. His mother,
Mrs. Almeda Lamb, who has been
keeping house for him and assisting
him in the care of his httlo ones
since he lost his wife will go with
him to Butler and will remain with
The friends of tho family will be
grieved to hear of the death of Miss
Naomi Minnor, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. Minner in Missouri,
where sho was teaching school, sho
died of Typhoid fovcr. The family
moved to Missouri from Tolu in February
and located at Morley. Miss
Naomi was a nieco of Mrs. E. P.
Hill, of this oity, and Mrs. Margarot
Terry and J. Bethel Perry of this
oounty and was a young woman of
many lovable traits of character,
highly respected by all who know
her. The family in thoir now home
amnnt? strangers will bo remembered
lovingly and prayorfully by all their
frionds in Kontucky.
Go to Eskew Bros, for fertilizer.
Miss Olive McConnell, who studied
the art of Dress making and Tailoring
at the great " Keistor Dress
making and Tailoring College" in
St. Louis has rented rooms in tho
"Press building" and will open an
establishment for making dresses and
tailored garments of which the ladies
of Marion will feel proud. She will
have the room next to Hayno's &
Taylor's Drug store formerly occupied
by Fohs 5 and 10 cents store, and
will be ready for business about
M. E. Conference Appointments
Columbia, Ky., Sept. 30. The
Louisville Conference adjourned today
after the announcement of appointments
of pastors to fill the
various charges in the district,
The following ministers who are
well known in Marion have received
appointments as follows:
West Broadway, Louisville, J. R.
Louisville Circuit, E. D. Boggess.
Book Editor, Gross Alexander.
Missionary Secretary, W. W. Pin-son.
Adairville and Oakland, J. R.
Franklin, T. V. Joiner.
Monticcllo, W. F. Hogard.
Lebanon Junction, E. S. Moore.
Big Spring, R. T. McConnell.
Cadiz Circuit, B. L. Yatos.
Fordsvillo, R. D. Bennett.
Calhoun, J. O. Smithsou.
Hartford, V. Elgin.
Henderson District, S. J. Thompson,
Corydon, J. P. Stubblofield.
Beech Grove and Shady Grovo,
R. 0. Love.
Smith Mills, J. C. Brandon.
Tolu, R, Johnson.
lloorali For Clcve.
Our genial friend II. Cleveland
Woolf, formerly of this and Living,
ston counties at large, writes us under
date of Sept. 25 as follows:
I am getting along first rate up
hero and haying a good business, our
bank has made 80 per cent, on our
capital since March 3rd, 1907, which
is a very good showing. Strawberries
are tho principal crop here, the
crop amounted to nearly $100,000
this yoar and will bo moro next year,
the farmers make from $300 to $500
off of .eaoh aero bo if you see any one
who wants to raise berries send them
H. C. Wool".