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& Without the Prnf it
at Zero Prices.
Mrs. Ernest Melton and
Charles, William and Virgil, of
Providence, arc the guests of relatives
here this week.
The Morganfield team arrived
Wednesday morning and is now playing
Marion. These teams meet
again on the diamond this (Thurs
Ladies of the Christian church
will give an icecream supper in the
Court House yard, Saturday evening,
7 to 10 o'olock. Everybody
Rev. Pceplcs, of McMinnville,
Tenn., will preach at the Baptist
church Sunday morning and evening.
The public are cordially invited.
Misses Margaret Hicham and Mary
Millor of Morganfield. are the guests
of Frances Blue at the major's
ou College and Depot streets.
They came to attond tho ball ganio
Wednesday and Thursday afternoons
between Marion aud Morganfield.
Crittenden Spring this week. Before
roturnin' hose, thov will visit
Mr. Rodger's mother, Mrs. NannioHe " April 1.5th, ls::., and
was ou'tod in Aug. 1S50, id
Cochran, and other relative her.
M--. K V. Uir: and grand
Herbert Whitnoy, arrived from Water
Valley, Mis.., Sunday morning.
Her daughter, Mrs. Whitney, is improving
Miss Mollie Chambers, of Morgan-field,
wa tho guest of , Mrs. W. D.
Wallingford on Salem street.
Leona, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. P. Noggle of south
Main street, was quite ill Sunday,
and under the care of a doctor.
Mr. and Mrs. Higc May&c, of
Shady Grove, are guests of relatives
in this city this week.
Master Robert Sayre and Missos
Holen Sayre and Mamio Haynes spent
last week at Crittenden Springs.
fcmmett rvoltmsky, tho L. A: N.
operator at Morganfield, is at homo
on a visit to his parents, Judge and ' aeta;iR
Mrs. H. Koltinsky. I '
Uev. Ramsey will favor Marion
trWli nnnthar ..ijlt .,,... C..J- I
...... iijiiucAiduuuay, wnen I
ue win preaen two sormous, morning
at 11 and evening at 7:45.
Mr. H. C. Lovojand sons, Walter
and Ray, of the Siloam vicinity, are
gueita of Eugene Love and other relatives
TraviN and Mr-,. Anm
T' nason w m curried Wrdnnda
auutioonat 2 n lock at Bev. W. T
Oakloy'sjjato, whre they driue in a
buggy from the Pmoy Fork section.
joinou the enure fcept. lohowing at
Sugar Grove, wae orcainud a reling
older in lGllevor forty years ago.
He is survive! by his wife and
one daughter, Mr. Lindsey Tarley,
and two sons Frank and Lyettrgus.
The interment was at Piney Fork
We have advance calls for over
5,000 gradutaos to be furnished i
the coming year. The no.- oig 1
hour law, going into effect next
March, has created a shortage of
about 20,000 telegraphers on the
railroads of the United Statos,
Positions paying $G0 to i'M) per
month to beginners absolutely
under a $150 bond.
This Instituto is tho largest of it
kind in America and is under the
direct supervision of railway officials
tfntor .it inv tinin. Wrifn fnr fill
BUCKBEE'S SEEDS SUCCEED I
S P E C I A LIO F R E If :
HmSe to bnlli K nlaru.VA trial Wlll.l
Prize Collect on -.
U the Onut 1 Tiralw 1 in rndl J 1 a Lett T&ris.i
WLAJLTttU TO I'LtAhE.:
i Id com rwiAft u4 ftclicf M ik.ik thU Talnable
1 coukius ot Mat rro.ipm. u.!b.r wuu mj bit
I In.lrnctlt. lirauitfal Km sad l' Hook, ,
, .ius tu kooji us uwl variait. o &u, ruxiu tc
H.W. Bucttte, l9"awJ3S&SmJ4
Remember Our Prices
Will Make It Easy to Buy
A good line to select from and we
must sell them all.
Following Ire Those Who
W. J. Fox, Reclfoot.
Atwell Davis, Lola, Ky,
Kobt Rowlett Ky
J Kdgcr Howerton Reptot. Ey
J A Chandler Ky
K P Brasher Xy
Jas Terry Ky
J F Snider Ky
C Terry Ky
May York R F D City
J K Tolly Ky
R K Wilson Ky
W S JonosKy
Allie Ilughos City
J L Patton Ky
J P McCaslin Wash
S 1) J.ieobs '
W L Hughos III"
M V Nunu Ky
F W Nunn City
Irene Wolf Tompa
G T Spees Ky
K Stoval Wash
W V Haynoa City
Jess Olive City
G W Eaton Tribane
M L Lamb Ky
J G Ashor City
T G Shiuall Ky
Stanton Pieroo Ky
Bort Hubbard Brandon
T M Hurst City
G M Russel Duenwcg
Bert Walker Ky
J McKinney Ky
G P Slayton City
T C Coffield Kans
II II Binklcy City
J H Nimmo City
O L Pickons Arizona
A Dewey Ky
R L Moore City
C K Grady Ind
T P Barnes Ky
Truit Brasher Ky
W N Linzy Ky
Havey Ruttor Ky
Q B Love Ky
A A KIHb Ky
J G Gilbert City
Gcorgo Thomas City
J Wolf Ky
W H LaRuo City
Sam Stciabpdgo City
Just Now a Dollar
Goes a Long Ways
In Our Store.
It is our "in Between Season" time
and all Summer Merchandise is
marked at the Lowest P o s s i b I e
Bargain Hunters Can be
Rewarded by Shopping Here.
We quote bargains in every line not merely
here and there, but in every department, in
every grade of goods.
15 tO 30 Per Cent DiSCOUnt.
liMew Fall Dress Goods Arc Among
3T()C Cn'ttcnbCtl CtcC0rbPrc Misses Ann Kltza and Elizabeth I The ? are a nice ymtug fouplv. The
30th ycar Circulation 4 .
S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher.
Entered n matter Frhruaiy 9th.
1907 at the pojtomee at Marion, Kentucky. Bcrtr
the Act of Conrreit of March j. iSrj.
ITRICTLTCASH !H ADVANCE.
TERMS OH SUBSCRIPTION
Single eopljs mailed cs
i month mailed to any addresi 15
j months 7j
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t Tear i.jo
yean """-" i0
" Twenty lines free if subjects family
are subscribers. If not sent ia
by a subscriber, 5 cents a lino for
Johnson, who returned to their old
, , , ,
rventucKy Dome to spend the sum
mer on acconnt of ill health in Sew
Mexico, bave gone back there to settle
up their real estate arad other
business affairs-and will probaby return
to Marios to live.
Miss Alice and Louise Chipman,
of Chicago, who we're the guests of
Mrs. A. J. Bennett, on . cast
street, left last for home
accompanied by Mrs. Bennett and
little grand daughter, Jimrare Bennett
County Judgo A. J. G. Walls, of
each line. To regular subscribers ' Murray, Ky., will address the
a line for all over twenty lines, zeus of Marlon, Crhtonden county,
In each and every case, cash to ac-i at Marion, Friday, Aug. 2th, at
company the copy, nociceptions. 31:30 p. m., on the- subject of the
THUKSDAY, AUG 20, 190S.
"3 relative of tho
ADDITIONAL LOCALS J cordially invicod t attond
Mrs II II. ?ayre spent andayi
and M nday as the micst of Mr. and J 'Mr- and An' Nepers, of Evans
Mrs. Nicholson, of Hendcrscn.
Miss Addie Dean, or St. Louis,
is vitiD relatives in county.
Miss Ina Price has returned from
j pleasant risit of two weeks at
ulhvan and Sturgia.
Mrs. Shannon Smith, of
Okla., who was U10 guest of
last week, cft Monday lor
to visit relatives of her
Mrs Hattie Meyers, of Padnoah,
was the guest of Mrs. H. A. Cameron
Monday night on route to Sheridan
to visit the family of Judt:e
groom i. a grand son of uncle
Travis and the bride a grand
daughter of uncle Dent Crider and a
daughter of the late Frank Swanscy.
m m m
Pain anywhere stopped in 'JO minute?
lure with one of Dr. Snoop's Pink
Pain Tablet. The formula is on the
25-cent box. Ask your Doctor or
Druggist about this formula! Stops
womanly pains, headache, pain anywhere.
Write Dr. Shoop, Racine,
Wis., for free trial, to prove value of
his Headache, or Pink Pain Tablets.
Sold by Jasv H. Orme.
All accoants due the Crjttk.vde.v
Rbcorii at the time it suspended
publication and all due the Pre.s.
prior to date of consolidation,
and all due the Crittbmev
will be put into the hands ef
tion to law aad order." The public no attornsy for collection,
ville, are among those stopping at
settled thw month.
S. M. Jrnkins.
Patrick Woodsldes Dead.
Patrick Henry Woodsides died
.Sunday morninir, Aim. Kith, liM)s.
ROLL OF HONOR
Have Paid Their Subscription
P I) Campbell Ky
S L Shelby
.1 L Reynold Ky
T V Ordway Ky
RcBt Nesbtt City
J D Hunt Provideno
C Cloghorn City
J I) Eldor Ky
c L Hill City
Mrs W C Walkor Ky
J W Sullencer Morloy.
L L Price R Y I) 3
F M Daniel Anniston
G I) Humphries Ky
J W Ainsworth Ky
May Jackson Ky
Otie Jackson Ky
T F Hopewell Ky
R H Morns Graretta
Mrs Willie Turley Ky
C Torry Ky
W J Stowart Ky
W K Bibb Ky
Chas Wobb City
D M Boyd Civy
J S McMurray City
T E Griffethcity
Alico Griffcth Penn
Simon Stallion Ky
C B Graves Ky
U S Graves City
J V Haydcn & Co Ky
Mrs M C Alves Kv
J V Kimscy Ky
J F Loyd Hoxic
W F Brown Ky
W T Suggs Ljvias
A H Mc.Vecly Ky
J II Moore City
P E J Bottis College park
M J Brown City
.1 M Chandler Ky
Miss Laura Miles Ky
A Clark Ky
Mrs S Gwalthnoy Mo
C M Waddle
Mrs M Wright
Mrs D Kemp
Leo Vick City
Edwin Walker Ky
II O Truuiblc Ky
John Davis and son Ky
E U Easly Ky
Joe Mason III
Ed Brown Ky
W I) Hunt City
W Robertson R F D :J
A V Turley Hone
A V shank
.1 VT hoffer Ky
J A Fletcher Ky
DeoiT Hubbard Ky
W I. "Uaton City
An:.. Ford City
T J Holltuan City
T ( 1 arter City
Hrrbart Carter City
W H Cardin View
G W )orn Ky
Mr J Baker Ky
Ro H F Jacobs Ohio
W h Dixon Ky
K K Newoom Ky
T V Champion City
C (i uhcs City
J W inson Ky
J I r Parts R ' I) l
C I. Hirdesty Mo
ALL MAKES AT PRICES TO SELL.
In Some intances We Ask One
Half The Regular Price.
OUR LOW PRICES WILL SELL YOU.
New Fall Shoes
Are Coming In
See us for what you want.
Ti was Thrctkcld, of Charleston.
Mo visiting reJitiros in this .see
iM. Tot Guesa. of Plnoknoy ville,
epont Ust woek with her paronts
(,- school has full attondance and
rtmise of a uceessful term.
-s Mmner has bought tho
Ohar. Davidson property and
1 1 occupy i soon as ho got
On ajcount of other meetings, tho
conurbation was small at Union
from this section are attending
the A?ociatton at Hampton
I' i- reported that Sunay Brook
min. 1 avc changed hands and will
be 0: Mtcd ou a much larger scale in
Mr- Suggs is quite puny and un
der tin care tho doctor.
Mr.. M. D. Roncy, of Chicago,
III., passed through our section Monday
en route to Salem hor formor
l'rol Wright, of Carrsville, visited
iriends hero last week In the interest
of his select school at that
She Likes Good Things.
Mr-. Chas. E. Smith, of West
Frnt.Kln,. Maine., says: "I like good
tiling ,nd hnve adopted Dr. King'B
New I ,11. Pllk n nnr fnmilv Invnrivn
metlii 1 c, because they nre good and
do tli. r work without makinjr a fusa
nllOUt il " Thnan nninlouu nnrlfioru
Sold at Hnync& Taylor's and Jas. H.
urnif iimg stores. 11 cenia.