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WELVE DAY BARGAIN SALE.
eginning June 18th, and Closing July first 1908,
oods will be Sold at the Following Low Prices.
00 yards of Calico at 4 cents per yard, 2500 Spools of Thread at 4 cents per spool,
Pair of Ladies Shoes at 50 per cent discount, Men's 50 cent Laundried Shirts at 40 cents.
Men's 50ct Work Shirts at 40 cents.
20 Suits, all New Goods Go at these Prices.
5 Suits for $11.50,
6.00 Suits for $4.50,
J. G. WOLFE, M. D.
Practice Limited to Diseases
und Defects of the
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND
A Tierce Building. Marion, Ky.
Glasses Properly f
A Convention Discrepancy.
I Kennebec Journal
Some people have wondered why
it in thai there will be 1,002 delegates
for the Denver convention and
only !l!2 at the Chicago convention,
since the representation in both is
based upon tho representation of the
various states in Congress. The explanation
is found in tho fact that
the democrats allowed six delegates
Lrcach to tho District of Columbia,
Hawaii nnd Porto Rico, to which the
republicans allowed only two
fates each, whilo the republican
It allowed two delegates to tho Philip
pines, which will not be ropiosontod
at all in tho democratic convention
$12.50 Suits for $9.25,
$1.00 Over alls for 90c,
If one feels dull and spriritless, in
the tipring or early summer, they call
it "Spring Fever," but there ib no fever
usually. It is the after effect of
our winter habiUt, The nerves are
moatly at fault. Tired, worn-out nerves
leave us languid, lifeleaB and without
spirit or ambition. A few doses of Dr.
Snoop's Restorative will absoutcly
and quickly change all of these
symptoms. The restorative of
course won't brint; you back to full
health in n dny or two, but it will do
enough In Itf hours to satisfy you that
the remudy is reaching that "tired
spot" Druggist everywhere are advising
its use as a prompt general tonic
It gives more vim aud more spirit
to the spoonful! than uny other known
nerve or constitutional tonic. It
Sharpens a tailing iitmutite, aids
free wluggish livers and kidneys,
nnd brings new life, strength and ambition.
Test it n few days and be convinced.
Sold by J as II. Orme.
Cures and Prevents.
W. T. Hallongor, Lexington, Ky.,
says: 1 have used Bourbor Hog
Cholera Remedy and I think it is
tho only remedy over made that will
euro aud prevent hog cholera.
Ilaynes A: Taylor.
Kentucky Fair Dates.
Columbia FairAss'n, Columbia, Aug.
Allen Co. Fnir Ass'n, Scotsvillo, Sept.
Lawcrcnceburg Fair Ass'n, Lawerence-
buig, Aug. 18-21.
South Ky. Fair Ass'n, Glasgow, Sept.
North Ky. Fair Ag'l Ass'n, Florence,
Bourbon Co, Ag'l Ass'n, Paris, Sept.
New Centrnl Ky. Fair Ass'n, Danville,
Breckenridge Co. Fnir Ass'n, Hardins-burg,
Bullitt Co. Fair Ass'n, Shepherdsville,
Butler Co. Fair Ass'n, Morgantown,
Campbell Co. Ag'l Ass'n, Alexandria,
Sanders Fair Ass'n, Sanders, Aug.
Casey Co. Fair Ass'n, Liberty, Aug.
Elks Fair Co., Winchester, Aug. 1-7
Cumberland Co. Fair Ass'n. Burkes
ville, Aug. 11-11.
Blue Crass Fair Ass'n, Lexington,
Ewing Fair Co., Ewing, Aug. 20-22.
West Ky. Fair Ass'n, Mnyfield, Sept.
The Garrard Co. Fnir Ass'n, Lancaster,
Grayson Co. Fair Ass'n,, Leitchfield,
Hardin Co. Fair Ass'n, Klizabethtown,
Henry Co. Fair, Sulphur, Aug.
Henderson Co. Fair, Henderson, July
25 Aug. 1.
Hopkins Co. Fair, Madisonville, Aug.
Tho JofTerson Co. Fair Co., Fern
$10.00 Suits for $7.75,
50c Overalls for 40c.
Number One Straight GradeFlour 58cts, for 24 lb., Sack.
Bis Deal Soap at 4 cents per bar,
Magic White Soap for 4 cents per bar,
25 cent Broom for 21 cents,
Fels Naptha Soap at 4 cents per bar,
4 Cans of Corn for 25 cents,
5 lbs Keg Soda for 10 cents,
I00 Pair Men's Shoes to go at a Discount of 20 per cent.
I00 Pair of Ladies Shoes to go at Discount of 20 per cent.
50 Pair Misses Shoes to go at a Discount of 20 per cent.
50 Pair Children'sShoes to go at a Discount of 20 per cent.
I.00 Buys 18 Pounds of the Best Granulated Sugar.
To Further introduce the line of coffee I handle,
will sell the
:5ct. Coffee for 20ctsM 20ct COffee for 16 cts.,
5ct. Coffee for llcts., Crystal Coffee I3cts. per package.
THE ABOVE PRICES ARE FOR CASH ONLY
Eggs, Poultry and Butter, Wanted.
Remember This Sale Closes July First.
Yours for Trade,
N. J. BISHOP,
Creek, Sept. 2-5.
K. of P. Fair Ass'n, Nicholasville,
Kenton Co. Ag'l Society, Erlanger,
Knox Co. Fair Ass'n, Barbourville,
The Larue Co, Fair Ass'n, Hodgeville,
Laurel Co. Fair Co., London, Aug.
Lewis Co. Fair Ass'n, Vanceburg,
Lincoln Co. Fair Ass'n, Stanford, July
Crab Orchnrd F'r & Race Ass'n, Crab
Orchard, Jaly 15-17.
Madison Co. Fair Ass'n, Richmond,
Germnntown Fair Co, Germantown,
Monroe Co. Fair, Tompkinsville, Date
Nelson ' Co. Fair Ass'n, Bardstown,
Ohio Co. Fair Co., Hartford, Date not
Falmouth Fair Co., Falmouth, Sept.
Somerset Fair Ass'n, Somerset, Sept.
Rockcastle Co. Fair Ass'n, Brodhead,
Russell Co. Fair Ass'n, Russell Springs
The Scott Co. Fair, Georgetown, July
Shelby Co. A. & M. Ass'n, Sho'.byville,
A up. 25-23.
Todd Co. Fnir Ass'n, Elkton, Date not
I Trimble Co. Fair Ass'n, Bedford, v
Union Co. Fair Ass'n,
Washington Co. Fair Ass'n, Spring-
I field, Aug. 12-15.
Wayne Co. Fair Ass'n, Monticello',
Webster Co. Fnir, Providence, Date
STATE FAIR DATES.
Sacramento, Cal., Aug. 29-Sept. 5.
Ottawa, Can., Sept.
Denver, Colo., Sept. 7-12.
Springfield, 111., Sept. 25-Oct. 2.
Indianapolis, Ind., Sept, 7-11.
Des Moinea, Iowa., Aug. 20-28.
LOUISVILLE, KY., SEPT. 14-19.
Shreveport, La., Nov. 2-7.
Lutherville, Md., Sept. 1-5.
Detroit, Mich., Sept. 3-11.
Hamiline, Minn., Aug. 31-Sept. 5.
Sedalia, Mo., Oct. 3-9.
Helena, Mont., Oct. 5-10.
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 28-Sept. 4.
Trenton, N. J., Sept. 28-Oct. 2.
Syracus, N. Y., Sept. 14-19.
Raleigh, N. C, Oct. 12-17.
Columbus, Ohio., Aug. 31-Sept. 4.
Oklahoma City, Okla., Oct. 1-10.
Salem, Ore., Sept. 14-19.
Huron, S. D., Sept. 7-11.
Columbia, S. C, Oct. 26-30.
Nashville, Tenn., Sept.
Dallas, Texas., Oct. 17-Nov. L
N. Yakima, Wash., Sept. 28-Oct. 3.
Wheeling, W. Va., Sept. 7-11.
Milwaukee, Wis,, Sept. 7-11.
Kansas City, American Royal, Oct.
Chicago, International Live Stock Exposition,
Nov. 28-Dec. 5.
LouiBville, Kentucky Horse Show Society,
Sept. 28-Oct. 3.
II yoa beve cane to few the
ptlns ti cMMHrta, reaesuVr tlut
they tre doe to weakness, or disease,
of the womanly organs, and
that healthy wooea do oof isSer,
(ike weak ones.
Tbc specific, vedklnal, vegetable
injredknts, of wtrkk that
famous, female medlctne and wo
b composed, will festld up the
womanly organs to a healthy state
and tons prevent needless suffer
"Before my confinement," writes
Mrs. Rose Schnbarth, of Mono-Dent,
Colo, 1 bad seen bearing'
down pains I didn't know what to
do. Cardoi quickly relieved me.
Some Months later I had a fine
12tb. baby, was sick only thirty
mlnntes, and did not even hare
At All Druggists
WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE,
statins age and descrlblnjj symptoms,
to Ladlm Advisory OnL,
The Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Chattanooga, Tenn. E 35
Big Week For The Kentucky Baptists
The Baptist Kducation Society of
Kentucky will convene here in
conference to-morrow morning.
The Key. Dr. K. Y. Mullins of the
Baptist Seminary, will preside over
the deliberations of the society. The
initial session will be held at SHU
o'clock to-morrow morning in the
Twenty-second and Walnut streets
The ltev. L. B. Warren, pastor of
the First Baptist church at
will address the assemblage, as
will Prof. J. W. Garner, of Bethel
College, Russcllville. During the
oourse of the convention the Rev. J.
W. Weaver will talk ou the "Fallen
Lcador," taking the Rev. T. T
Eaton, formerly of the Walnut-street
Baptist church, for his subject.
Dr. Arthur Y eager, president of
the Georgetown College, has accepted
an invitation to participate in the
convention and will talk on "Our
Opportunities." The Rev. J. W.
Porter, who was recently installed as
pastor of the First Baptist church in
Lexington, will be present to address
The Rev. .J. M. Roddy, of II ar-rod.-burg,
will address the Baptht
to-night. Dr. T. T. Halo will -end
Tuesday's session with his report as
Corospondiug Secretary. Courier
We will pay 7 A cents cash foi
white shucked com, and 70 cents for
white corn (snapped) at tho mill, until
Marion Milling Company.
W. T. TRAMis
Physician and Surgeon.
MARION, - KENTUCKY
Dr. M. Ravdin,
Practice Limited to
and Defects of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Suites 16 and 17, Arcado
Building. Glasses fitted.
F. W, N;UNN,
SuiteJ3, Beehive Block
All work guaranteed. If -any
work proves unsatisfactory, please
call at my office at once.
Kevil & Co.
HA VI I8TABLI8UKD A
Fire Insurance Agency in
If you have property in the town of
Marion, let them insure it. Yoa
shall have no reasons to regret it.
Office in Press Bulding, Room 5
W. H. CLARK,
Bpooial attention given to collections.
Will practice in all the oourts of tho
State and in tho United States court.
Office in Pross Building, Room 7.
J. B. KEVIL,
Abstracting a Specialty
Office in Press Building, Room 5
Marion - - Kentucky
Lane Slock of Electric
Light, Street Railway
and Telephone Sappli e
Constantly on Hand.
Don't fail to send for latest Catalogue
Jas. Clark Jr, Electric Co.
313 W Main i Louisville, Ky
Metz & Sedberry
Clean towels, first class
work, electric massage, hot
or cold bath. Give us a call.
To step any pain, any wherein 20 minutes,
simply take just one of Dr.
Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Pain
means congestion. blood pressure-that
is nil. Dr. Shoop's Headache
or Pink Pain Tablets will tjuickly
coax blood pressure away from pain
centers. After that pain is gone.
Headache Neuralgia, painful periods
with women etc., get instant help. 20
tablets 25c Sold by Jas. 11. Orme.
I have two vacant housos on north
Walker Street aud tho Loving residence
for rent. Nki,i.h Wai.KHR.