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Well Come See For Yourself.
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You will mi wme value If
you don't get somt of thoM rrttty
5, 10, 2 and 15c Per Yard
They are beauties. You should also
look at the new things in
White Goods, Plain and Colored
Linens, Plain and Fancy
You'll Save Money.
See Our New
Fancy and Plain
I They are Beauties.
TAYLOR & CANNAIM
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Its Worth Investigating!
g We have sold more Clothing, more Shoes, more Oxfords, more Hats
4$ more Carpets, Druggets, Rugs, Matting this season than any one season e
J since we have been in business. We do not attribute this to business
conditions alone, but the main cause is the Quality of Goods and the gsr
sS Price for which thevare sold. Come investigate these thines vourself. &
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g it will be saving to you, and appreciated by us.
3 'Strange but True"
3( Wt lurfi lutst received
other shfpntnt of the New-s
Thijgl In fcn s and Boys'
4S lf Vu uant the "Up-to-date"
JJf Hats whether in furs or
K Panamas, SEE OURS.
Jg New Patterns in
2g and Ties.
Warm Weather Unrieruear
Men, Women and
Long Silk Gloves
that fits better, wears
longer, holds its shape
better, of latest style,
and costs mnch less
than it equals, and no
more than many that are
inferior to it, is the kind
we have in
Shoes and g
That when youjmce try (ftf
them, you want the same
time. "You always find 3T
this with tke DOUGLAS for t9
and the DUTTENHORPERS 2
FOR LADIES g
Big Bargain Oxfords.
we have some lots that j
the sizes are broken, and we t3
wil close them out at less JJJJ
than wholesale price.
ASK TO SEE THEM.
Warner Corsets (gfe
F. W.Nunu, dentist, Prc Uuildmg
Mr. nd Mrs. It L DavN spent
anday in Oadix
John Scdberry i upending the
week in Paducah and Smtthland.
Mrs. Sophia Gucs Tribblc left
Saturday to join her hubind in Alabama.
Matiric Boston hai put in a moving
picture show at Sturgis
Wilson Harncs, of Hopkinsvillo
.ipont last Thursday with Wilbur
Misses Ina Isabel and Ratio I'hil
lips, of Howling Green, were guoUs
of Mrs. W. N. Hoohcster last wick.
Little Miss Lula Leo and Nona
Belle Horry, of Sturgis, who liavo
boon visiting little Misses Klizaboth
and Vivian Rochester loft for homo
Miss Ksthcr Harnett, of Tolu, who
lias been attending school in
was in town Friday enroute
Mrs. Frank Wcbor, of Uuion City
Mich., who has been the guest of
her sister, Mrs. G. W. Stone, left
Thursday for her home.
Trico Honnett ofMarrictta, Okla.,
arrived last Thursday morning. He
was several days on tho road on ac-count
of the lloodc in Oklahoma,
Marquis Do Charotto, of Paris,
1'ranco, was the guest of Mr. Chester
Norton tho first of Inst week.
Invitations havo been received by
friends of Misa Ellis Gray to the
Commonoment exorcises at Nazareth
whero she is attending school nnd
will graduate on Juno ISth,
WHY PAY RENT ?
Wo will build you a home. ?1,000,
$2,000; $3,000; $4,000 or 65,000.
STANDARD TRUST COMPANY
Incorporated. Authorliod Capital t jco.ooo
Xi'or further particulars sco
J. C, Wallace, Marion, Ky.
F.W.Nunn, dentist, Press Building
Miss Catherine Daught.oy, of
Fords Ferry vicinity was here Tuesday.
Dr. K, H. Hardin of Madisonvillo
was in the city Friday enroute home
Mr.. Ira Hennett and sor, Ivan,
of Fredouia were tho guests of her
parents, Rv. and. Mm. J. S. Henry,
Mr. and Mrat Oil Tucker spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, H. C,
Rico of Fredonia.
Pray meeting at tho C. P. church
every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
P. II- Deboc lcador.
Miss Verna Piokcn, who has boon
attending school in Lexington, returned
home Saturday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. R, K. Pickens, of
Kvansvillc were the guests of his parents,
Mr, and Mu, It. K. Pickens,
Sunday. It was 'quite n surprise to
Richie's many friends hero to hear
that ho had been married a week,
Hollis Franklin, of Hebron was
here Tuesday. Ho was one of the
best students in-the Marion High
School this session, and that tho
family will uot return horo next fall
is a cause of regret among all his
Mrri. W, It. Cruoe, of Now Orleans,
is at present visiting Mrs. M. A.
Ford at their Crayno View country
home. Sho expects to remain the
entire summer with Mrs. Ford.
Dr. F. W. Nunn left Tuesday for
Indianapolis to attond a meeting of
'The National Dontrl Association"
of which ho is a moiubor. He will
bo absent several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lefflor, of
Sanford, Fla., wore passengers on
tho Hopkins Tuesday enroute to the
farm of Mrs- Lcfllcr's father, Capt.
It. Y. Northern, on the Ohio near
Bayou. Thoy will visit in Smith-land
boforo returning home. Livingston
ltov. J. T. Harbco will preaoh hero
regularly after this date, at 11 a. m.
nnd 8 p. m. on tho fourth Sunday in
each month at the C. P. Churoh.
(The old Baptist church on Salem St.)
F.W.Nunn, dentist, Press Building
Mrs. J. S. Henry spent Saturday
with relatives in Fredonia,
F. F. Rushing, of Koon, Ky.,
was a visitor in Marion Thursday.
Prof. Frank Ncwcoin and wife, of
Blackford, are in the city this week,
tho guests of Mrs. M. J. Clifton.
Miss Ruby Bigham, of Chapell
Hill, is visiting friends at Princeton
J. D. Asher has returned from
Mrs. O. M. James, who was quite
ill in Washington with an attack of
pcritormtcs, is here now at the
James homo and is somewhat improved
but uot entiroly well.
Wo invito tho closest inspection
as the absolute cleanness about our
ico plant. We wholesale four times
as much ico shipped out of town as
wo soil in Marion, thus endeavoring
to bring Marion into notice, we
bring money in town to pay for labor
and they spend it here. Wo solicit
your retail trade, ice service
second to none. Phone No. 300.
Marion Ice Co.
ltov. W. B. Yates returned last
week from Cedar Hill, Tenn., where
ho assisted in a ton day meeting
which was one of the most successful
in which he was ever engaged. He
will remain at home only a few days
and will soon go to Ft. Fairfield
Maino, where he has several times
boforo held meetings. Ft. Fairfield
is ou the extreme Eastern edge of the
L S. and is near St. Johus, Now
Tom Moore happcucd to a painful
accident Saturday afternoon. Ho
was standing near Morris & Yates
corn popper and in somo way caught
his third finger on his right hand in
a cogwheel and so mangled it, that
it was uocccssary to amputate the
Miss Nellie Champion oi Foloy
Mo., McCabo of Chaff e,' Mo.
wore quietly married at tho home of
the bride's mother, Mrs. A. J. Crim
Wednesday Juno 3, 100S. Tho
bride is a ncico of Messrs. Gus and
Creed Taylor of this city and has
many friends who wish her muoh
hapinoss 'J ho groom is a prominent
physician of ChatTo, and is to bo
congratulated for having won the
heart and hand of one so worthy.
Mrs. L. E. Guess of Tolu is the
guest of her parent in this city.
Buy your ice of the Marion Ice
Co., manufactures and dealers in
high grade ice. Corcspondence solicited
by car load or retail.
Grady Bros. Weston will give a
big Ice Cream Supper, at that place
Saturday evening 13th of June, Ball
Gamein the afternoon.
The fire alarm, was given Wednesday
evening of last week on account
of the blaze which destroyed the
smoke house of J. D. Asher at E. H.
Ncwcoin house, it is not known
whether sparks blow under the house
from a fire where washing
was in progress before the rain or
whether tho house was struck by
lightning, but the general opinion
seems to be the former. The house
was consumed during a terrific storm
anc down-pour of rain,
Whore has tho Commercial Club
gone? On a visit or perhaps sleeping.
Why don't they wake up and
look after home industries and try
to keep the wheels of progress moving.
Some of our would-be knockers
will put a stick in the wheels of
progress and try to stop it if possible.
Some loyal M.arionite call on
the presidemt and arouse him from
his slumbers and I am sure he will
look after homo industry aud not invite
capital hore and then forget
they arc hore. A Tax Paver.
Last Wednesday afternoon an
electrical storm broko over tho city
which was equal of any ever seen
here. The wind also blow a gale and
for awhile "looked squally" several
places in tho city were struck, one
strok knooked the caping oil the
Yandcll'Gugonhim Co, store another
or tho wind struck on of tho oaks iu
Mayor Blues yard badly damaged the
tree, one of tho largest limbs iu falling
struck tho houso and ripped oil
a patch of weather-boarding and
broke out one of the window, Mrs.
Blue and her little son were alouc
in tho houso at the time and were
thoroughly frightened but unhurt,
one of tho large oak trees iu J. W.
Wilson's yard had the top blown off.
Much damago was reported from all
over tho county to both fruit and
shade trees but no casualties.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank our many
friends and neighbors for their kindness
to us and our dear
husband and father, Cbas. Clements,
in his last illness and death. May
Gods richest blessing bo with you
each and every one, and may the day
be far distant when such an affliction
befall any of you.
Mrs. Chas. Clements and Chill
dren, Chapel Hill, Ky.
We regret that our 30th year
starts with the first number late in
gotsing out, a rush of job work and
some unavoidable accidents makes us
a few hours lato, but just enough to
miss the usual mails, we hope the remaining
50 numbers of the year will
all be on time.
Saturday May, 30 1008, in Marion
was an ideal day, "as bright and
beautiful as a May morning."
As had boon previously announced
the day was to be celebrated
at tho now cemetery "the silent resting
place of the dead" by the friends
of those who havo gone on before to
join that innumerable caravan, to
show respoot to thoir memory and to
decorate their graves with flowers.
Long before tho appointed time
the people of all ages and walks of lifo
were seen wending their way to the
spot, whero lie so many cherished
hopes, and whero the little mound
tolls tho story of some one's darling
who is lost to thorn forever in this
A goodly crowd and many flowers
were either brought or sent and
each mound there, was remembered
by some kind hearted friend or stranger.
Many moist eyes were there
and heaving bosoms, as memories of
the past camo up, but such a day,
such good fellowship and last but not
least the splendid condition of tho
grounds sont overyono away feeling
bettor for the good deeds they had
Cemetery Officers Endorsed,
At the new cemetery last Saturday
after the decoration ceremonies tho
lot owners elected tho following officers
for the ensuing year, II. K.
Wnnila Pros 11 I.. Mnnn Ylfift
Mrs. Cora Crider, Treas.
Directors: T, H. Cochran to fill
place of J. F. Dodge, resigned, H.
V. Stone, John A. Stone, C. B.
Weldon to fill place of H. A. Haynei.
Played Nlgbt BIrJers.
Mt. Vernon (Ind.) Press.
Probably tho following story related
by a farmer who was in town Mod
day represents the extent of the
"night rider operations thus far:
This farmer states tnat his nearest
neighbor planned to raise a small
crop this year for his own consumption
only. This farmer is the
father of two boys, aged 11 and 13
years, upon whom he was relying
to cultivate this crop, Tho boys
did not enter into this part of the
programiwith the best of spirits and
planned to scare the "old man."
Accordingly, one day they cut a lot
of limber switches and that night
laid thorn at the front door of his
homo. On the door they tacked this
"Old man: If you raiso any tobacco
this year there will be h I
From a window in tho kitohen tho
father watched tho operation of tho
boys, and when they retired and
were fast asleep dreaming of the
happy days they would spond with
rod and lineon the creek bank instead
of tussling with worms in the tobac
co patch ho stole into their rooms.
In the trousers leg of each he deposited
a bunch of the switches and on
the seats of their pants was attached
the following sign: "Night Riders.
Meet me at the barn at 7 o'clock in
the morning, when h I raising will
Tho appointment was kept and it
caused tho mother to devote half a
day to patch up the two seats of pants
wluio naturo is still at work patohing
up two other seats. The man who
tcllshis story and who lives not far
from town says that the tobacco bed
is the pride of tho neighborhood.
1? ....In .!. Uw....AO Ik11tnd
1'urvuu, opiuiua, uiuiocd, uuu
rheumatic and all other pains, use'
McLean's Volcanio Oil Liniment.
First sold in 1852, still tho same effective
remedy in 1908. Good for
' '" beast, 25c. 50c. and $1.00.
Pros., Miss Nolle Walker, Sec'y.,