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A few Pair ot Long Silk
Gloves at Cut Prices.
F, W.Nunn, dentist, Prom Buildin
, II. Nimino and family spent
Sunday at Crittenden Spring.
Wm. S. Lowory, of the Salem
is now sojourning at San
Ask, Haynes & Taylor.
Henry Warner, of Henderson,
passed through this city Sunday en
route to Livingston county.
H. II. Sayro and family will leave
for New Orleans to reside, tho latter
part this month.
Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Roberts and
httlo daughtor, Evalyn, will take
room- at .J. W. Wilson's residence
Wantkii. To take good milk oow
to keep for the winter. Have good
barn and will give host of attontion.
Address 1. O. Box 114, or inquire
at thin oiTioo.
Mr. Mint Homing and two sons,
Karl and Evcratto. of Shady Grove,
arc the guosts of her brothor, J. B.
James Sisco. the littlu son of
llughcy and Trecy Sisco, who lives
south of tho city, is threatonod with
brain fever, or congestion of the
brain and is quite ill.
Miss Margaret Casner, who has
been at home with her parents in
Crittenden county several weoks, has
returned to resume her position with
Thomson Bros, vt Co. Providence
Mr. and Mrs. A. liutlor, of Salem,
wcro hero Monday the guests of their
sou, Ernest Butler, on Salem street
and also of her mother, Mrs. Susan
For Sale. Steel Beauty
hay baler for sale at a bargain,
nearly new. W. R. Ciiitck,
Jt-11 Craync, Ky.
Miss Mildrod Moore, tho bright
and enteresting littlo daughter, of'
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Moore, received
a check for quite a tidy little sum
(his week from tho publishers of the
"Grit" for proficiency in drawing.
Considering the wido circulation of
this paper and the great number of
contestants, we feel that Miss Mildred
should bo roundly congratulated.
F.W.N'unu, dentist, Press Building i
Bart Summervillc and little ion,
of Mattoon, wero here Sunday.
Maston Davis, who was associated
with the firm of Davis & Davis,
went to Louisville last wcok to reside
with his parents
Leave your laundry at C. K. Dois'
pool room and I will get it.
M r . .1. M. McChcsney
ware the guest o. her daughter,
Mrs. H. I). Wooldregc, of Salem,
For Salk. A house pattern of
4500 feet of oak, poplar and ash lumber,
all first class. For further particular,
see J. H. Tr.NKR.
12 2tp Salem, Ky.
Mrs. Lola Davidson has gouc to
market for her fall millinery. She
will visit Louisville and Cintinnati.
She was accompanied by her son,
R. K. Moore and family, of
arrived Sunday afternoon to
visit his parents, brothers and sister
Mrs. Geo. P. Roberts and little
daughter have returned from Louisville,
where thoy wero tho guests of
her cousin, Mrs Joseph Pryor.
Mrs. Cora Letsingor and two sons,
of Providonoo, are the guests of Mrs.
S. Gugcchoim on corner oT Main and
Depot streets. ,
Loavc your laundry at C. E. Doss'
pool room and I will get it.
Mrs. T. J. Nunn and daughter,
Miss Virgio, loft Thursday for thoir
home in Frankfort after a sojourn
with relatives here, and a stay at the
Walter Johnson has tho finest patch
of tobacco we have seen, on the old
Rochester place, now owned by Mr.
and Mrs. P. A. Howerton.
T, M. Doan, of Iron Hill, was
hero Saturday on a hurried business
trip. Ho reports crops in good condition
in his soction.
The farther wo got from tho days
of June brides, the closer wo get to
thoso of October. From all reports,
Marion will havo sevoral weddings
in early fall.
Fon Sale. A house and lot at a
bargain on cast Depot street, Marion,
Ky. House of 4 rooms, pantry, hall,
veranda and back porch well and
cistern in yard, out houses, good
uardeu spot. Lot S0x250 feet. Prico
$Sr0.0l). J. S. Bkahwkll,
722 Locus St. Alva, ,Okla.
JSf p it
TAYLOR & CANNAN
Learo your laundry at C. E. Doss
pool room and I will got it.
Miss Hattic Williams, who was
Mrs. Davidson's guest last week, has
returned to her homo at Allensvillc,
Todd Co, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, of
Livingston county, arc the guests of
their daughtor, Mrs. W. L. Shell,
on south Walker street.
Levy Cook, Huston Orme and son,
George, L?wis Clifton and son, Em-melt.
W D. Baird and F. W. Nunc
wero among those who attended the
Unioutown fair last week.
George Thomas is having a fine
concrete side walk put down in front
of his lot on Morganfiold street
which is quite commendable, and we
arc quite sure several of his neighbors
will follow suit.
W. E. Stinson and daughter, Miss
Florence, arrived Friday from their
home in Evausvillc en route to Crittenden
Springs. Mrs. Stinson and
the other members of the family were
Miss Ruby James and nephew,
Lommcl Ford, and niece, Ada Ford,
of Webster City, Iowa., have returned
from Kuttawa, where thoy were
tho guests of E. H. James and faun-
Hon. Jamos Summers, of Salem,
was in the ctty Monday accompan.
ing his son, W. H. Summers, of
Loraiuc, Texas., "who was en route
home after a visit of several weeks
at his old home in the Salem Valley.
Mri. Newton Brookshiro and two
children, of Winfield, Kan., who
have boon the guests of her father,
J. II, Woodall, on Piney for a month
past, will return to thoir home in tho
west next woek.
Robt. V. Stinson, wifo, two son
and little daughter, arrived Saturday
en route to Crittenden Springs to
spend a wcok or ao. Mr. Stinson,
who was raised bore, is now merchandising
at Mt. Vernon, Ind.
The Crittenden Springs
Now open for the Season.
F, M, Davidson, Proprietor j
Fare as good as the market
The patronage of the public
will be appreciated and I
every effort made to please
Mrs. Frank Hughes, of Paduoah,
is the guest of friends and relatives
in and near this city.
Prof. Ed Stone besides being one
of the county's best teachers, is also
a farmer of considerable proportion,
and makes a specialty of oats. This
year he raised over 150 bushels after
it was threshed.
Miss Addie Dean, of St. Louis,
Mo., is tho guest of Misses Susie
and Lizzie Gilberet on Salem street.
She is the daughter of R. H. Dean
of the U. S. Weather Bureau, who
was raised in this county. Her
mother was Miss Mary Crawford.
H. C. Moore, ot nopkinsville,
was here last week to visit his mother,
who still lives at the old homestead
four miles from the city on the
Salem road. Mr. Moore is one of
Marion's boys who is making good
in his new home
Hon. Albert Butler, of Salem, was
here Monday. He came with his
daughter, Mrs. Allie Summers, of
Texas who took the train here
with her husband for thoir home
in the far west. Their home, Lo-nine,
is situated on the Elpaso
branch of the Texas it Pacific railroad.
Miss Daisy Copher, the pieasant
assistant of hor father in the grocery
of Copher & Co, is taking a vacation
this month and has been visitinc her
sister. Mrs. Orvillc Ferrell, at
III. She is . now enjoying
the sights at Niagara Falls, N. Y.,
having gone there from Harrisburg
with a party of young folks from that
city and vioinity,
Chas. Flanary, of Opolousas, La.,
arrived last week to visit his mother
and also his brother, Sheriff J. F.
Flanary. Ho has been in the south
for a year past but will locate now
again at O'Harra, Ky., which is the
post office for the great Cedar Bluff
stono crushing plant of the Katter-
john Construction Co, which is ballasting
tho I. C. railroad from the
lakes to the gulf. Mr. Flanary formerly
worked for this company and
thoy have now made him an offer he
could not afford to decline.
Drs. Cook and Fox, have formed a
partnership at Crayue, for ehe practice
of medicine and surgery. Dr.
Cook whose practice has been growing
ropidly for several years has
realized that he must have help and
he ha beeu watching for a young i
physician on whom ho could rely and
feel safe in forming a partnership.
Ho thinks Dr. Fox-is the man.
t,tf if, htitt mm
It hurts, us but it will tickle you to see the
i(h. ' jS We arc now making on ail Summer Clothing for
t Men and Boys in Suits and Extra Pants. You
( can get a good outing
4 suit for
Then wejhave some ex-
Nice Suits, just one Suit
g of a Lot fthat the Price
.J5. does not2stand?inour
43 Some brokenjlots in
43 at more than extra value
43 Don't wait, butlcome
43 at once before some one
S else gets the choiceones
A Dollar Wasted
Never Come Back
A Dollar Saved
Makes More Dollars.
"Now is the Time
and this is the Place"
to save some dollars that will make you
more dollars. From this date until
Sept 1st, all Summer Clothing, Dress
Goods, Low Cut Shoes. Straw Hats, and
in fact all summer merchandise is to
be closed out to make room for Fall
Goods. Don't wait but come at once.
$1 Silk Voil, Only 75c.
1 Woolen Voil " 75c.
" " "
50c Silk Tissue " 35c,
35c Silk Organdy ' 20c.
25c Lawns, 20c
15c " 10c
2x & 10c " 8?,c
7ic " 5c
You Can Wear
Ladies $3.50 Pat. But. $.75 I
2.00 " Lace 1.50
" 2,00 Kid ' 1.50 I
Misses Nellie Triplette and Willie
Porter of Henderson County, are visiting
Dr. Mrs. F. W. Nunn.
Miss Elizabeth Mooro of
visited her grandmother and
other reratives here last week.
Dr. Forrest, of El Paso Tex., is
visiting Dr. Nunn. She was a
class-mate of Dr. Nunn in Louisville
College of Dentistry.
R. L. Moore wife and daughter
are visiting his brother Lynn Moere
at Cotton Plant Ark.
Mrs. J. H. Ormc and children
visited Mrs. A. Dewey at Kuttawa
Miss Phillips and Mrs. Gus
of Mattoon and Mesdames
Will and Percy Howerton wcro the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Moore
Miss Alma Asher the attractive
daughter of Circuit Clerk John G.
Asher, is the guest of her sister Mrs.
Fred Casner at Providence this week.
Attend the ice cream supper, in
the Court House yard on Saturday
evening, 7 to 10 o'clock children
Thos. W. Champion wont to Eddy
ville Tuesday on legal business.
J. B. Hughes made a business trip
to Shady Grove Wednesday.
John Bebout of Paducah, passed
thru the ciiy Wednesday enroute to
Sheridan to visit his fathers family.
Coloman Mooro of Hopkinsville
was the guest of Coleman Foster
Geo. Green a son of the lato W. H
Green of Salem, and Kuttawa, who
died several years ago at the latter
place, was hero Sunday tho guest of
his cousin G. C. Gray and family.
Geo. is now tho proprietor of tho
"Arlington" tho leading hotol of
Clarksville and tho boys on the road
say its one ot tho best in tho south.
Mrs. It Haynes gave a fivo hundred
party for Mrs. Sayre Saturday
afternoon from 4 to (3, Mrs. Jenkins
served punch all during tho afternoon.
Those present were:
Mesdames Clemouts, Lctchiner, of
Providence, Sayre, Clifton, Heywood
Tucker, Gugonhoim and Haynes.
Misses Kittie, Fannio and Ellis Gray
Alice Schwaw, Addie Dean, of St.
Louis Susie Gilbert Misso eGwendo
lino Haynes, and Mary Corield served
refreshments in two courses, first
came salid and sandwiches, second,
shorbot and cake. Mrs. bayrc -was
prosnntcd with a largo boquet of asters
as a token of tho affection in
which she is hold by hor hostess.
Low Cut Shoes Jj;
For two and one-half months 3-
Just Look Here !
Ladies $1.75 Kid Lace $1.75. kp
1.65 " 1.15. 3
" 1.25 " 85c 1A,
Children's in the Same Proportions, g
Save Money Nowf
by taking advantage of these Prices. (3&
Tennis Shoes and Oxfords 50c,
Just the thing for Base Bail and Ten- ;
nis Players. Come see them any way
Here's Another Savings jS
7.50 Panama Hat $3.75 I S3.00 Straw Hat 1.50 u
Just 50c on the $1.00.
Now is your time to get the Best
Summer Hat Made, atOne.half Price,
Ladies', Misses and Childrcns 3&
Fancy Parasols at Extra Cut fcfl
Mrs. S. J. Walker is visiting
near Ford's Ferry this week.
Miss Maude Freeman spent Sunday
Sunday and Monday wero the hot-
est days of tho season bo far hero.
The beat was terrific and hard oh
man and beast-Bernard
Ravdin, of Evansville,
Ind., son of the noted specialist, Dr.
M. Ravdin, who is now studying ia
Germany, was the guest of David
Fohs the first of the week.
Mrs. R W. Vanhoosier received,
the sad news of the death of her sis
tcr Mrs. W. D. Allen, of Hoxie Kan.
last week. She died on the 4tk.
Mrs Vanhoosier and Mrs Clyde Mo-Connell
Mrs Aliens daughter just returned
from out there to see her on
the 2Sth of July. Mrs Allen was a
daughter of the late Harve Porter
and a sister of our townsman J, H.
Porter and of W. H. Portor of tho
J. F. Bruce, of Hopeton and his
brother Bruce of Dewey county, wero
pleasant callers last Friday. J. F.
when freighting goods in Kentucky
thirty years ago, know Ollio James
the fatuous democratic orator ot Kentucky,
when he was a barefooted boy
and wore directoire pants with but
one "callus." Alva Oklahoma
John Sutherland, who is an aetor
of national reputation, ran in to
spend a day or two with his home
people yesterday. Ho camo from
Mt, Vernon, Ind., and goes from
hero to Chicago to-morrow. John
gets a fine salary and has tho best
lace in the company bo plays with.,
The patrons of the school, as' woli
fas her friends, will regret to learn
that, on account of her health, Miss
Carolyn Harris will not take her
place in the school this fall. Miss
Carolyn has been teacher in the 3rd
grade for past two years, and has had
splendid success, and given entire
satisfaction in hor work. She is a
teacher of untiring energy, and thoroughly
conscientions in her duty to
the children, wish her a speedy recovery
of health, and trust that, after
the year's rest she will bo able to
resumo her positiin.
Mrs. Elmer Wolfe, after visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Eaton, at their country home near
Salem and her sister, Mrs. Eugene
Love, of this place, loft tho 18th,
for Dawson. Mrs. Eugene Love and
little daughter, Hazel, accompanied
her sister, Mrs. Wolfe, to Dawson,
after spending a few days thorc, Mrs.
Wolfe will return to hor home in