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C Wc have already passed
any previous Seasons' Sales I
- on Clothing, neopie realize
fjj High Quality Clothing
iSl at reasonable prices is much
J3) cheaper in the end, than the
g "SHODDY" kind at any price.
C Wc please you first in quality,
then in Price. What more
S can you want?
5 Wchavc some brokenllots in
tocloso out at T
LA Lid Dciiaiii3.
MBlk I V u T " K. V.
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In DressGoods and
You will find that our
line of Silks, Wool
Wool and Silk Voiles.
French Serges, Plain
and Fancy Suitings.
Lawns, and Dimities
are unsurpassed in
the county, and we
do not hesitate to
make the price low
$) cH A POINTER FOR YOU 5n l3t
Oh Yes !
They sell for they have
that is just the
thing that suits ail.
If you want a bargain
in a Genuine
Panama Hat, just
come in and say so
"We'll Sight You."
Complete line of Ladies
Misses and Childrens
53 t TIVI AD rIMMIM 2
hum - r
,s Where QUALITY RANKS FIRST is a point for you to Consider before you buy. . eg
sSl make quality the first consideration in buying to supply your needs, and last but not least,
a& you will find our PRICES RIGHT.
a , , , . : , . 1
Oxfords . gr
Shoes , gfer
are trade winners, for if Qfc
you buy them once, you "
will not only buy them jfcT
again, but you will tell g
your friends of their Val- 2
ue and advise them to S
buy them. &
Quality Wins! jg
We have some extra vjjj
values in Ladies Oxfords k
at 95c per pair, and all 2
White Oxfords in Ladies S-
and Children at one-half tfe
dA Long Silk Cloves H I Llll Al Vrt 1 1 1 lrtl 1 Qfc
F W.Nunn, dentist, Pre Buildm
lUlph Davidson, of Corydon is
visititmg Archie Pavidsou this week.
K)H HKNT A "house, with four
to iw for rent. Apply to Miss Mar.
I tha Henry
Mimes Shaw of Cadiz, were the
Lgurst of their sister, Mr. H. Ii. Da
' v s last week.
Mr Mollic Travis and daughter
Mi Mac, are visiting, Mrs. Shordio
Pel e at rrcdonia.
.1. 1 D"dio rottirnod Tuesday from
lvi trj to New Moxieo. Ho is woll
IpVaxcd with the country.
Mr P II Nobletl of Tumor. Ky.
;'ts m itini: irtril Moore. Th boys
irrrn ' at Lexington.
Miich Annie l'oole. of Malvm,
Ak . Hulah Allisou and Mary fun
Mi r,'l.ani of l'rincoton, are the
fg nf Mrs. W. I). Canaan.
I OH WLK Good dwelline houfe
Epr rtj well looatod in Marion
I ntn k Price ?JfU.U0 Will
take a Ii' rse in part pay.
.JOHN A. iMOOUK.
Mih Mnudo Gllliland roturnod
jl'nday from Rolling Fork, Miss.,
wl.i re she had boon the guest of hor
tinnier ( hde Gilltlaud, for
Miss Huby Jamos returned Friday
morning from Webster City, Iowa,
where she had been visiting for two
weeks. She was accompanied home
by her notco and nephew, Ada and
Lomticl Ford, who will spend the
The Farmers Educational and
Union will hold a meet
ing hero at tho Court Houso tomor
row, Friday night Juno 19th.
The Marion Ico and Cold Storago
Jo., is shipping a ear of Ioe ovory
2nd day. about fifteen cars a month
ind has orders ahead for all tho sur
plus they can mako for the next six
reeks, They take oaro of homo first
ind then let those oat of town who
sandlcd their ipe last season and who
iro clamoring 'for it again, have the
iurplus. The lee plant is one of
larion s most important enterprises
knd deBorves home support.
WHY PAY RENT ?
re will build you a homo. 11,000,
12,000; $3,000; 14,000 or $5,000.
3TANDARD TRUST COMPANY
ineorponud. Anthorhad Capital Ijoo ooo
I For further particulars soo
J. 0. Wallaok, Marion, Ky.
F. W.Nunn, dentist, Press Huilding
E, M. McFco returned Sunday
from Fartalcs, Now Mexico.
Mrs. Fannie Walker left Monday
for Chicago, where she will visit her
mother for several weeks.
LOST. A gold brooch set with
pearls. Finder will be rowarded if
returned to inc.
Mnn. U. W. Wilson.
Leo Gray, of Lyon county, and
President Robert Johnson will assist
in forming a local of the Farmers'
Union at Caldwell Springs
Don't fail to soo the moving piq.
turc show at the Opera Houso every
Miss Laura Hurley, who has bcon
at Granzillc, Teun., as trimmer, returned
home Wednesday night.
Mrs. C. A William and little
daughter, Louise, arc the guests of
hor parents, Rov. and Mrs. R. C.
Mrs M. II. Jonos loft last week
for Sholdon,, Mo., whoro she will
spond tho summer.
Mr. aud Mrs, W H. Yandoll are
attending the Inter-National Sunday
School Convcntiou in Louisville this
1 am agout for tho Morgaufiold
Laundry, guarnntso first elass work.
Give mo a trial. K.vocii
T. J, Cameron, who has a posit ion
at Nashville with the Postal Tolograph
oompany is visiting hLs mothor, Mrs.
II. A. Catuoron.
Mrs. J. W. Robinson and Mr, J
K. Maddox of Calvert City, who
hive been tho guest of Mrs. Maggie
Terry left Monday for home,
Miss Lyda Kuykcndall of Prince
ton, was tho guest of Miss Allic
What of the business man who will
preach against the mail order houses
and then order his ice from another
city when the homo plant is running.
Schwab tho produce man always
makos business and work for some
ono. Ho is now handling wool and
has about a dozen hands picking
burrs out of it. Ho has already received
Leavo your laundry at S. II, Ram-ago's
James B. Harris & Co,, have
bought out tho gonoral stOro of Dr.
I. H. Clement at Tolu and will conduct
a oaah store and keep up tho
stock and try to supply the trade with
everything needed by tho people of
Mrs. G. C. Gray loft Monday at
noon for "Nazareth acadomy, to attend
tho graduating oxorciscs of her
daughter Miss Ellis. Sho will stop
for a fow days visit in Louisville
enrouto Nazareth is in Nolaon county
Mrs. Rice, of Madisonvillc, is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. C. K. Mctz.
To spend a pleasant evening
attend the Klcctric Theatre.
Forman T. C. Stone and Harry
Steel, of the Crittenden Record-Press,
wore in the city Sunday,
while here paid the Leader office a
pleasant call, Princeton Leader.
Rev. F. I'. Ramsey, of Clarksville,
one of tho faculty of the ''South
Western university'' aud an eminent
divine, delivered two splendid scr
mons Sunday mornine and evuuing
at the Presbyterian church.
S. M. Jenkins left Wednesday to
accompany his mother, Mrs. Mary
A. Jenkins, of F.ddyvillc, to Louisville
to visit his sister, St. Mary
Genevieve at the convent of the Sis
tors of Mercy.
Miss Madeline Jenkins left Mon
day for Louisville where --he will vis
it hor aunt St Mary Genevieve at the
"Academv of our Ladv of Mcrcv."
on Broadway. On Thursday she will
attond the Commcncment exorcises at
Nazareth acadomy where Miss .hills
Cord of Thanks.
We wish to os tend our thanks to
all our friends and neighbors for
their kiud ministrations to our
brothor,.and nophew, Thomas Ros
Arflack, in hi rocout iltnnoss and
death, and uspucially the (armors'
W. H. Anri.ACK.
James to go to Lincoln, at Bryan's
Hon. O. M. James has been invited
and has accepted the
to spoak at Lincoln, Nob., on
he Hrd of Jul y.
42. G. Thompson secretary of Stemming
District Tobacco Association
will be in Marion to meet farmers
who are interested in tho 1907 crop
and to pay thorn their dividend.
Monday and Tuesday June 22nd and
23rd. Please bring resoipts, will bo
at the association factory. s
The Crittenden Springs
Now open for the Season.
F, M. Davidson, Proprietor;
Fare as goodjas the market
The patronage of the public
will be appreciated and
every effort made to please J
Last Monday night the home of
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moore, in East
Marion, was the scene of much
pleasure, Virgil Moore gave a lawn
party in honor of his guest, Mr.
Ncblelt, of Turners, Ky. Quite a
crowd attended this enjoyable affair.
Mrs. Levi Cook assisted Mrs. Moore
in serving the refreshments which
consisted of punch, brick ice cream
Last Saturday afternoon from 2.30
to 5 30 o'clock, Mrs. H. H. Sayre
entertained a number of friends at
Euchre. There were seven prizes
offered, Mrs. Cameron won the first,
Mrs. James Henry, the second, Mis
Fannie Gray carried away the
"Lone hand" prize, Mrs. D. C.
Roberts was awarded the guest's
prize, Miss Mattic Henry captured
the consolation aud Miss Lcaffa
Wilborn, the socond Booby, Mrs.
Dupoy was given a prize for attending
to punching the tallies.
Mrs. .las. Henry vory delightfully
ontcrtained a few friends at her
home on West Bellville St., last
Thursday afternoon from three o'clock
Fie hundred was the teatilre of
tho afiernoon, Miss Lillie Cook won
first prize, a handsome deck of cards
and Mrs. I). C. Roberts, carried away
tho second prize, a box of stationary.
Two Victories For Marion.
Marion's hustling- bunch of ball
players downed the fast Providence
team Wednesday in a fast gamo by the
score of H to 5. Gossage the new
t wirier for Marion did a
few stunts on the mound that the
fans will romombcr for sometime, ho
let Providenco down with eight scattered
hits and struck out 13 batsmen,
tho visitors were completely at his
mercy at all times and had it not
been for two errors tho Providence
bunch would havo received a goose
egg. Tho fcatuio of the gamo was
tho pitching of Gossago and the
oatohing of Grimes. The acore.
Providenoe..0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0-- 5
Thursday Juno llth, Marion defeated
tho strong Sturgis team at
Sturgis in ono of tho most interesting
games of tho season by tho score
of 3 to 2. Gossago, Marion's
twirler again pitched a shut-out
game only allowing 0 hits and
striking out 14 men. The game was
won in tho eighth when Derrick
singled stole second and third stole
home when the third baseman muffled
a thrown ball. The feature of the
game was the pitching of Gossatjc
and Kuykcndall and the throwing to
bases of Grimes.
Marion 0 0 10 0 10 1 0--3
Sturgis 10010000 'o-2
JAMES ELOQUENT SPEECH
Nominating Stanley at the state
Loxington, Ky., June 11. In
presenting Congressman Stanley's
name for temporary chairman, Congressman
Ollie M. James said
"Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Fellow
greef my democratic
brethren in Kentucky with the
assurance that the Kentucky democracy
is united, and that victory will
be written upon our banner.
"I come to bid every man who
ever was a democrat, who ever loved
one of the principles of its faith, to
come back iuto tho wigwam of his
party, and I am willing to put my
arm around him and welcome him
aud wrestle with our erring brother,
even as Jacob did with the angel.
"Victory beckons to the democracy
from every juartor of the Republic.
Kentucky is now experiencing some
of the promised blessings of republicanism,
an empty treasury, warrants
at a discount, aud a republican governor
inveighing strongly against
midnight maraudors, and at the
same time searching through the
musty tomes of a great judicial record
for a technicality upon which
to hang a pardon for a daylight assassin.
"Tho enthusiasm with which his
aotion would be greeted if he should
grant tho pardon, is not a matter of
speculation or conjecture. Wo have
but to reflect and look back to tho
convention in the city of Louisville
of the republican party, which they
held there, when it was announced
that the pardon had been granted,
tho enthusiasm knew no bounds,
monoy rained upon tho stage like
manna from Heaven, to hire a train
to bring the conquering hero thero,
"Aye, fellow democrats, Kentucky
is a democratic state, we are united
and under tho starry bannor of our
faith the triumph of the democracy
is to-day certain, and we arc going
to gather around that man who is
the grandest combination of man-hood
and democracy that the world
ever saw; whoso patriotism is as
strong as tho tides of the sea, William
J. Bryan of Nebraska.
"Oregon sounded tho keynote tho
other day by reversing a republican
majority of 50,000 four years ago,
and electing a democrat to the United
"Now Mr. chairman in the namo
of this democracy, in the name of
that vast throng who have. songs for
all of our glories and tears for all our
griefs I come to present to you a
democrat who is the bravest and
ablest and gamest defender of tho
men who toil for the temporary
chairman of the convention, Congressman
A. O. Stanley of the Second
Mary had a little waist
Where waists were meant to grow,
And everywhere the fashions went
Her waist was sure to go.
New ork Sun.
Mary had a merry wid.
With trimmings white and blue;
And everywhere that Mary went.
She shut off all the view
Mary wears the drop-stitched hose,
Her waists are
And everywhere that Mary goes
She lets in all the view.
Mary had a little foot
To be exact, had two
But limped because she squeezed it
A whole lot smaller shoe.,
Mary had a pocketbook
So stylish and so eute
And in it was her ehowing gum,
Her stamps and bathing suitl
Mary inconsistant is
And curious I declare,
She shrieks at mention of a rat,
But wears ono in her hair.
Kentuoky Now Era.
Our Mary still owns that districb
With coupons nice and crisp,
She's married now and of Art is most
And dolights in little Carolyns