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v SAM HOWERTON, Fredonia, Ky- "Everything to Wear."
All our Men's, Young Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits are new, first class and up-to-date in every particular
Men's Suits Young Men's Suits Women's Coats
Men's all wool, ready $3.75 to $15 Of the same quality at a little less price. All of our babies', children's, misses' and Sadies'
to wear suits . . Knee Suits, good goods, $1.25 to $5.00 and coats arc new. Babies' .75 to $5.00; Misses' $1.25
The best fits In tailor suits at any price. they are bargains. to $7,50; Ladies' $2.00 to $15; latest styles, etc.
Our Dress Goods, Trimmings, Silks, Belts are new, and our Ladies' Hats are up-to-date in style and the quality
and price positively cannot be found near here.
Every kind of shoe on the list for any and all kinds of people can be found here. First class material at the same price as others charge
you for imitations of these goods. All our staples are sold for less than others get for the same goods. We
are ready to save you money. If you want it, come on.
Everything to Wear."
Tobacco all housed aud cured.
Some good stripping loaf iu this
J C Adams is over tho rivor visiting
his aunt, Mrs Frank Crucc, noar
Our roads aro ready for our fall
meoting which begins on Woduosday
night alter the first Sunday in October.
IJ F Walker and wife woro the
guests' of .Mr Scott Paris family
15 F Walkor is treating his house
to a new roof and a coat of paint.
Mr James Tilford Bighaui is in
Nashville under the care of a doctor
and will be absent for several weeks.
The singing at W H Bighaui's
Sunday night was largely attended
and enjoyed by all.
Misses Ethel MeCaslin and Ruth
Thrclkcld, of Crayncvillc, visited
Misses Pcarleuc, Keba and Gracic
Hill Saturday night and Sunday.
Elmer Thrclkcld, of Crayncvillc,
was a guest of Mr Tom Hill Saturday
Mr and Mrs Carson Franklin, of
Levias, were the guests of Scott
Paris and family Saturday and Sunday.
Mr and Mrs Jas A Hill visited
Mrs Hill's parents, Mr and Mrs II
S Hill Sunday.
James N Hill and wife, of Crayne-
-ville, E N Bicham and family, of
this place, visited V V Ward and
3Ir Jake Crider and his sister,
Miss Salhe, had a reunion at the old
home place on last Sunday. Tho?
present were: Mr and Mrs Lawrence
Crider, of Marion, Mr and Mrs Albert
Crider, of Mississippi, Mr and
Mrs II C Hill and rjuitc a number of
others. A fine dinner was served
and everyone enjoyed themselvos.
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Next Saturday is school trustee
election. Let everyone conio out
and vote for his man.
Kov Andres, of Marion, will
preach at Chapel Hill next Sunday
cvoning at 4 o'clock.
New line of dress goods
and trimmings. C, B. Loyd,
Dr W S Graves, of Faduoah, vis
ited relatives in town last wock.
Miss Maymc Steele visited friends
in the country recently.
Miss Roberta Clifton, who has
been sick for some time is improving.
Mrs Dilton Vosier, of Paducah,
is the guest of Mrs Jennie Vosier.
Mr Cam Clifton and Miss Lily
Graves, Mr Edgic Gregory and Miss
Evangeline Scott went to Kuttawa
G V Steele and daughters, Missos
Nellie aud Una, visited in Salem
Friday and Saturday.
l)r and Mrs T L Phillips and
little daughter, Elizabeth, arc visiting
Frank and Dalton Vosier and Ed
Hill, of Paducah, came up on the
excursion Sunday and spent a few
hours with friends.
Mr and Mrs Henry Wells and Mr
and Mrs Chas Gregory went to Kuttawa
Mrs Lucy Clifton is here with her
daughter, Mrs J R Glass, who is
sick with fever.
Mrs Mattie Rice, of Paduoah, is
visiting her sister, Mrs Ed Lowcry.
E Dycus, of Kuttawa, was in
town last week.
Mrs Richard Crane, who has been
visiting relatives here, has rcturnod
to her home in 1'aducah.
Mr and Mrs Giles Evans, of
were the guests of relatives
Cloaks, Cloaks !
43 I ariiPt' Satin I inp.rl P.lftaks 10 00
Children Should Be
not to read in the twilight, not to stoop
too much over their tasks, not to strain
their eyes in any way. Thus may eyesight
be saved in most cases. Hut when
the damage has been done, waste no time
in bringing your little ones here to hnve
their -eyes examined free, to get them
what they need in glasses at fair prices.
Dr. Abell's Optical parlor,
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Misses and Children's
Cloaks for Everybody.
Mrs. A. S. Cavender
SAM HOWERTON, Fredonia, Kentucky.
Tradowater is very low at this
Robert Hrantley and family spout
Saturday at Gladstouo.
Jasper Uaird, formerly of this
place, but now omployed as uction
foraman for tho Illinois Contial railroad
at Wavorly. spent Sunday horo.
J. E. Roberts spent Sunday at
Mattoon with his father, J. X.
Roberts, who hat- been in very delicate
health for several weeks.
The Rrown A: Roberts show was
well attended here Saturday night.
Mr. Warnor Wilson is n from
Mr Alba Carnahan is now in
Western Toxas on a real estate prospecting
Mossrs Roy Hughos and Vornic
Little arc in from St. Louis.
Mrs Rcttic Litchfield visited relatives
in the country a few days ago.
Moso Howard, one of our harbors,
has loft for parts unknown.
Leo Morgan, fireman on the I. 0.
railroad, spent Saturday here.
Will Wyatt, of Mattoon, ms here
Mrs Tabor has returned from
Mr W H Morgan and family will
leave soon for a visit to Wickliff,
Ky., and points in Missouri.
Albert Litohficld has a coyote he
captured on a hunting expedition in
Joe Dye has been
the last few days.
very sick for
Blackford is now in need of a
butcher shop. Don't everybody io
into the butcher business at once.
William J Farley spent Sunday in
Will Cook, of Xunns, will move
Mr George Wyatt and family, of
Rcpton, spont Sunday hore visiting
their son, James Wyatt.
L Dodds, of Dawson Springs, was
here last week.
Call on Eskew Bros, for
the best wheat grower on
Mrs Laura Uarnos, wife of Houry
Rarncs, was buried at Union Sunday
Sept. 22. She was a daughtor ol
Kid B W Uarnes, deccacd. She
has not been in good health for several
years. Resides a devoted husband
and two sons, she leaves two
sisters and six brother nml nn
friends to mourn, her loss. Sho was
in her fiftieth year. Her funeral
services wore conducted by Eld T
Miss Louiha Suudcrlund visitod
her pnronts noar Lola Saturday and
Mr Sirah Haydeu, of Salom, visited
rolutives and friends hore last
Claud LaRuo, of NwBurnsido,
j III., visitod ralutivas hore last weok.
Ho ontor his toeoiid yuar in a medical
sohool of St. Louis nxt weok.
Thos Hurklow, of near Salem, and
Miss Eula Young, of this section,
wore happily married at tho residence
of Thos Hurklow Wednesday evening
Sept IS, by Kid U G Hughos. The
happy pair and a few friends then
proceeded to his homo noar Kmmaus
whore a royal woloomu and feast
awaited them. This scribo joins
thoir many friends in wishing them
a ploasaut voyage aoross the soa of
W J Davenport and family, of
Saloni, visited rolativos in this sec
J B Carter and family visited Rob
Guess nud family, of IMnokncjville,
Glad Throlkold has moved his saw
mill to L A "LaRue's place on Pocr
Eugono Loro and family, of Marion,
visitod horo Sunday the guests
of Fred Love and family,
About forty of our people wont
over to Groves Chapel Sunday night
to attond a double wedding.
Mr Cam Clifton left for Kuttawa
Monday where he has a position as
Wc have plenty of outing'
flannels at the old price ten
cents per yard. C. B, Loyd,
Mrs. Kthcl Kirk hns recently been
afiiictcd with a bad toothache.
C M Clift finished cutting and
housing his crop of tobacco last
Rov. Kinsolring is conducting the
protracted mooting at Dunn Springs
with gome suacoss.
The show boat passed up tho river
Harvo 1'owoll, who has boon sick
of late, is improving.
Josoph Kirk sold a nioc little
batch of hogs the other day.
We sell Carhartt overalls
and gloves, the best made.
C. B. Loyd,
Red Men, New Lodge to be Organized
A new lodge of tho Improved Order
of Red Men is to be organized in
Marion, therefore a history of the !
order will prove interesting.
The order was founded in 17(;l by
George Washington, tho lather or our
country. In 1773 occurred the
throwing overboard the tea party in
Boston Harbor, as history tolls us,
and thorc our forefathers sacrificed
their lives lor freedom and liberty,
hence the motto of the great ordor of
Red Men: ''Freedom, Friendship,
Charity aud Liberty."
The order of Red Men should appeal
to every true American citizen.
Tin ordor docs not interfere with
civil or religious liberties and is for
white people only. An initiation feu
ol .?,()() and 50c per month dues en.
titles a brothor to ?.". 00 a week while
sick, $50.00 for funeral expenses,
f2.r). 00 for a brother's wife and $10 00
per month for oach orphan until ho
or she shall reach tho ago ot 1(5 ear.
For information call on David
at Mrs. C. 1'. NoRgle's board,
R. F. DORR
MY FALL GOODS
Will you now come and look through
our stock ? It will pay you to do so. Today,
not tomorrow Is the accepted time.
Dry Goods, Dress Goods Notions
Hats and Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Groceries, Hardware, Tinware.
Take a day off and come and spend it
looking at the bargains I have for you, and
my word for it, youMI not regret it.
I Want Your Produce.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR and EMBALMER i
Dealer in Coffins Caskets, Burial Robes, Z
Furniture, Chairs, Bed Room Sets, t
Bed Springs, Rockers, Tables, Etc.
Picture Frames and Moulding. J
H CHAS. LARUE, g
jj LEVIAS, - - KENTUCKY. jj
? Grand Ooeninp of il
Fall and Winter Minery !
4i At Qhorlw Aftstw& It xm
4S 'My new goods have come and arc are to
3 all ready for your inspection. I take pleas-
43 ure in showing my goods. t
4 The prices are right too, h
Mrs. B. C. Birohfield.
SHADY GROVE, KY. j