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$6.50 hat $3.25,
6.00 " 3.00,
5.00 " 2.50
New Line of
Jus the thing For School
Dress And the prettiest pattern
we have euer seen.
Ink, mucilcgc, pens Fobs.
Mrs. H II Sayrc and children
loft Tuesday for New Orleans where
they will spend the winter, Mr.
Sayre is now located at Ardmore I.
T., to which place the family will
move in the spring.
LOST Bet weou and T. A.
Harpcndings a lady's gold watch with
leather fob. Any information regarding
same will be thankfully received
and rewarded by
Mhs Carrie HARPEXbiNn,
Dr. J. W. Crawford and his good
wife of Blandvillc, Ky., who visited
relatives hero last week left for Carrs-ville
Tuosday to visit his only sister
Mrs. Brouster. They will probably
retnrn here to take the train for
home as the river is too low for the
thru boats to run. Their friends are
always glad to see them.
Mrs Lola Davidson and son, Archie
have returned from the markets
where they wont about ten days ago.
Mrs. Davidson selected a fine line of
millinery for the fall trade.
Miss Maude Hughes, of Nashville,
ia the guest of her relatives here and
in the county. She will visit Shady
Grove and Owenaboro and probably
Paducah before returning home.
Rev. T. A. Conway arrived Tues-day.
from Southland with his 'family
for a visit to their many friends here
and were the guest that night of Rev
J. 5. Henry and family,
Geo W Conditt son of Mr. and
Mrs Will Conditt of the Mounds
section is attending State College at
Lexington. He left Tuesday to take
up bis studies for the f rst term.
Mrs W S Jones and daughters of
Rapton were here Wednesday on
J L Shrode and wife of Hopkins
ville, are visiting Mrs Shrode's parents
Mr and Mrs C K Dobs,
Miss Carolyn Harris, of Corydon is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. W,
Post Card, the latest, lc upFohs
For Sale, A house and lot at ,
bargain on east Dapot street, Marion
Ky. Ilouso of 4 rooms, pantry, hall,
veranda and back porch: well and
cistern in yard, out houses, good
earden -pot. Lot 80x250 feet. Price
t8000. , J. 8. Brabwkll,
: 722 Loous St. Alva, Okla.
Miss Mabel Yandell is ill at 1
home, and is threatened with l
" f'nok who has boon indi (
'r is improving and i.
4 Paris loft for Sturgis to
' datives, Wednesday afternoon
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you can save nice money
ffi RIGHT NOW
You know what this means
3& so take advantage of the low
prices and great values, in
S Men's and Boys' Suits and Ex
& tra Pants.
Don't wait until
all closed out before vou see
S what we had to
3S Save You Money.
A feu Pair of
Gloves at Cut
LOW CUT 1
next two weeks.
Could you Buy A
$3 straw hat $1,50
2,50 " " 1.25
2.00 " " 1.00
SHOES. fcS s
Patent Button $2.75 i
nn K T 4 en
2,00 Kid " 1.50 ?
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1.25 M 85 gg
Shoes and Ox- S&
fords 50 cts.
r i ibiiiiim - - 3f .
i vmr irnr
F.W.Nunti. dentist, Pre Buildm
oe my coal and gat my price bo
fore buying yeur ceal.
Mrs. O. M. Jamu, arrived hero
last wook for a short visit.
Thou. W. Champion ha. returned
from Ardmoro 1. T.
FOH SALE Scholarship in prominent
It. L. Flanary wife and little
daughter, Viginia, attended the
at Hurricane Sunday.
Miss Aluicda Hedge., of Sturgis,
at tbe guest of Miss Ina Price is ex.
pected to arrive to-day.
Jesse Woldon, of Madisonvillo is
the guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs.
John Weldon on Salem St.
When you buy coal! why not buy
the beat? John H. Sutherland.
12. .1 frv nt Q.tam rmmmA thru
V "6 wl " "" --
the eity Sunday enroute home frem
trip to the wild and wooly west.
Mrs. Jatf. Henry and ehildren hare
re tamed from an extended isit to
Ardmoreand Milburn I. T.
Mrs. A K Jackson has returned
fresa th seashore, wWre she spent
tkt keated tern. She 'also visited
the markets for her millinery for the
A sk, Haynes Taylor.
Mrs. R, W. Wilson has boen quist
ill for two weeks past wfth hay fever
whieh atUcked her with unusual
aevcrety this season.
Tom Moore left Wednesday for
Sweet water, Tex., where he goes to
accept a position in tho auditors
of lue Orient Railroad.
Robl, Hodges, the eoal man, gives
SO pounds for a bushel, and handles
No. 1 coal. Prices right. Ono price
Miss Daisy Shclton of Cincinnati
arrived Monday, nho will assist Mm.
Davidson thin soaHOii in tho trimming
W. 1. Cannnn. loft Sunday, for
Louihillo iind Cincinnati to nuke
his puichases for tho fall trdo for
the big flloro on tho Masouic'Cor'neR
FOR A. liK A lifo scholarship
in school ui 1'nlography,
S. M. JcnkinR,
Tablets and Ponoila Fohs.
nam for FALL 1 1 To ake
these lots are I. Woolen
offer you to 50c Silk
I' W Nunn dentist Presi Uauding
ham Gugenhcim left fur St Ljus
Sunday He will be abseut several
aayn, baying fall and winter goods.
In a few dayt they will bag in to roll
in ly the car load.
Little Missos Margurot and Franoos
Woods, children of Mr and Mr.
Kvereil Wood, of St. Louis, Mo.,
loft for home this wcok after spending
a mouth with their
R. H. Korup lost a toncment Iiouac
by firo Monday about noon. It was
uuocoupicd and no cause is known
for the fire. There were several hundred
balos of hay stored in it and it
wai wag all burned.
Telephone ISO. Office and ncalns
at Marion Milling Co.
John R. Sutherland.
The music department of tho
Marion Graded and High school, will
be under the efficient care of Miss
Sallie Woods again this season which
will be a plcasiug announcement to
all the lovers of music, who contemplate
patroniiing that department.
Tbe trustees recognize Miss Woodi
as an instiuctress of rare ability and
were unanimous in their choice of
her for the plaoe.
L. C. Terry, of Blodgett, Mo., a
former Crittenden county citixen, who
naver forgets the Hurricane Camp-meeting,
came in last weak after the
services began at the apot saored to
all of those who have worshipped
there. Lewi hopes to attend every
year and his friends hope he will see
many meetings there.
Miss Mae Travis is making
to go to a "Conservatory of
Mnsio" in Nashville. Her mother
Mrs: Mollie Travis will locate in
Nashville temporarily while hor
daughteris attending college.
I also have the atcenoy for the
Famous Fairmont Coal, and I guar
antee the eoal from eithor mine to be
equal to any coal in Kentucky.
John R. Sutherland.
Rev. B. L. Lowory, begins a meet
ing at Oak Grove school house (two
miles from Marion on tho Salem road)
next Sunday. The publie arc cordially
invited to attond.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Straehly and
baby girl arrived Wednesday afternoon,
for a visit to Senator Maxwell
at the Now Hotel Crittenden, They
loft Thursday for raduoah to visit
Mrs. Harris tho grand-mother of Mrs.
Straehly, and prooecded from there
to their home at Ardmore I. T.
This was thoir first visit to Marion
in 3 years.
FOR UKN'T A now rosidonco of
rooms on Main Stroot.
0. P. Nooomc.
advantane of the extremely reduced prices on Summer Goods.
Many things have been entirely closed out since we reduced the
and what is now left, will be closed out in the
Wait, but come quick.
have taken advantage of
Pricces in our
lots have been closed out but
included some other patterns.
Voil 75c. 25c Lawn 20c.
Voile 75c. 15c luc,
4 " 50c, 12c " 8c.
Tissue 35c, 7 1-2 " 5c.
Tat'tft and Pencil be - Fobs
Mr and Mrs H. B William- of
near Providence arrived Sunday to
visit their daughter Mrs. S.
Mrs. Williams will remain until
Mi. Gugonhoitu roturn from tho
market. Mr Williams returned
Gus Taylor and wife loft Monday
for Cincinnati to select goods for
fall for Taylor & Cannan. The firm
twill make a speoialty of fine dress
goods this hoason and in this department
Mrs. Taylor's good taste will
be brought into use, in making the
Mrs. Thos. Clifton has been quiet
ill at her home on North Main Street
with her annual spell of bay fever.
The unusual dry weather and great
amount of dust has causod her much
suffering in the past ton days,
I am again in the coal business and
want to supply the people with coal.
Realixing that I must hand the best
coal on the market I have contracted
for the output of tbe Monroe Coal
Mines, near Providence Ky.
John R. Sutherland.
There is to be a big barbecue and
picnie at old Centorvilla at Young's
Grove on Saturday Sept., 12th. Music
and sefreshments of all kinds
Coma one, come all.
Miss Myrtle Todd the accomplished
daughter of Wm. , Todcl of the
Piney section is 'attending tne teachers
institute this week. 8he expects
to Leave soon for Bowling Green, Ky.
where she will eater the normal
school and take a complete course.
Mrs. J. M. Ward of Callterville,
Tenn., passed thru the city
Monday enroute to Salem to visit
friends. Mrs. Ward is the daughter
of tho late J. W. McCollum who was
County Judge of Crittenden eounty
when R. W. Wilson, was Clerk.
Her husband is a Cotton' Broker in
Memphis, Tenn., and they reside in
J. A. Farris wife and-son, of Salem
were here Moadayenroute home
from a weeks stay atUh'e New Century
Hotol at Dawson Springs.
Goo. Coohran and family, who
were tho guest last week of relatives
hero left Monday for their home,
J. J. Perry and Homer Ashby
canvassed our seotion with tho
Daioy Clothes Oloanorlast week.
Ira Bonnctt and son. Ivan, of
Fredonia woro here Tuesday to visit
his. parents, Rov. and Mrs. .1
Honryon Salem St Mr V
returned hom Wiriiienix V
Bennott and ten vJ.I,
All These Figures
Box Stationary 5c to $1. Fobs.
Mrs. Dora Melton and family who
has becu visitiug rc'athes here and
in the county Jcft Wednesday for
their home in Providence.
Miss Mamie Daniels of Anniston,
Mo., who has boon visiting in this
couutv leit WcdnCfdav for her home.
Boys Shirts 25c Men's 45oatFohs
Acongregational meeting has been
called to meet at the Presbyterian
church in Marion Sept., Otb 1908 at
eleven o'clock for the purpose of
calling a pastor and transacting such
business as may come before us. You
are earnestly requested to attend.
Done by order of the session.
H. K. Woods, Clk.
Special box paper 5 and
0. P. Yeakey of McMullcn, Mo.
reached here last week to visit his
'relatives, and to see his wife and son
Marvin, who have been hero for several
weeks the guests of hor parents
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Franklin on
North Court St. Mr. Yeakey is well
pleased with his home in Missouri
and is doing well out there.
Mrs. Louis Terry, of Missouri,
who has been thr guest of Jas.
Terry and wife and other relatives' of
the county for several weeks, caino
to attend the Hurricane camp meet-
ini;. will leave lor ner nome mm
week with her husband who joined
her here last week.
Geo. L. Withsrspoon, who has
bean the guest of relatives and of
the Crittenden Springs for several
months, loft for his home at Coaroe,
W. B. Tandell whe wsat to aortk
east Arkansas on a business trip,
kas returned kome.
H. R. Stembridge, of Iron Hill,
was here Saturday, and on Sunday
he went to visit his sons-in-laws aid
daughters, Mnadames Henry Belt
and Thos. Murr Monday he left
for a visit to hi s
ville. Tenn., !
ir hi , it Chicago,
wi met of hur fatb.
UI, .1. A I ft Siturday for
M'ihs A ii . , aIio bus been
till) ullOfi t i ' and in tho
county, has returned to her home in
St. Louis, Mo.
U . Itoniftt, nt M
' .. M. As.
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bridgo ou WMpoii
Shirts, box, and tics Fohs.
are not all gone
My How They vs
Canvas Oxfords one )
Misses and Childrens' O
Parasols at Extra Cut fcg
Buy school stockings from Fobs.
T. W. Belcher, wife and daughter,
of Vernon, 111., ar? the guects
of relatives in this couuty on their
first visit in twenty.thrce years.
Thirty years ago, Mr. and Mrs.
Belcher moved to Clinton Co, III.,
and they have never visited here but
once since. Mrs. Belcher was Miss
Ann Duncan, a cousin of Mosdames
H. M. Cook, H. A. Donakey, Rev.
T. C. Carter, of this city, and Jas.
and David Carter, of the county.
They came also to visit Mrs. Jane"
Carter the venerable aunt of Mrs.
Belcher, who is enjoying reasonable
good health although past her eightieth
year. She makes her home with
her son, Dave Carter.
J. W. Blue was in Eddyville last,
week on legal business.
Mrs. Ahda Hopgood, who visited
her mother and brother, Will Elder,
last week, left Thursday for her home
Dr. J. D. Threlkeld, of Salem,
was in the city this week.
Warner Taylor one of the true
blues of Blackford, and formerly of
Shady Grove was here Thursday on
a business trip.
Cams reading as follows have bean
received in the oity,
"Mr. and Mrs, Morris Baldauf in
vite you tj be present at the wedding
reception of their daughter, Cora A.
and Mr. F. Julius Fohs Wednesday
evening, Sept. 16th, 1908. Eight-thirty
until ten o'clock, Henderson,
Mr. Fobs is a saining engineer
and a geologist of state and national
reputation with headquarters at
Lexington, Ky. He is a Marion boy
of whom we are all proud. His parents,
brother and sisters reside here
and he is a prime favorite with
Marion business men having graduated
with honors from our high school
besides assisting very materially is
the development of this minning
Mr. Fohs and his bride will go
immediately after the wedding to
Washington City and later to New
York City and will spend the fall
and winter in tho latter oity,
Sidney MoNoely, of Starr, and
Miss Bilva Travis, of Tribune, were
united in marriage, Rev. W. F.
Mr. MoNeely -s a young f armor of
'' Starr vioinuy. Miss Travis is
one of the first olass sohool teachers
of this eountv. Their l y friends
wish them much joy and happinossr
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