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We always consider quality the first point in obtaining genuine values. Quality is really
the only foundation upon which to build, because it gives you your money's worth, full
value, centfor cent and brings you back again. That is why we talk quality and sell quality
Not a few styles to
select from here,
but an assortment
most complete in
fabrics patterns and
styles, with prices
to suit every one.
We arc now ready
for yon, for
Suits o r Extra
for the boys
Wc want to show
you what wc have
We now have the
new things in Fall and
Winter Dress Goods.
We do not take a "Back Seat"
to any one in the Dress Goods
Line. So don't think we havn't
got vvhat you want but come
and see for yourself.
New Goods Still
New line of
you will buy
Ifyou want to
see real bargains
We can show you
We can sell you
Four pair of
Mocs that is warranted
to wear t li r e e
months. So this saves
the darning proposition.
You will soon begin to think S&
and you want to get them for as little
money as possible to get
We are now fully prepared to
meet your wants in toot-wear.
IT'S A FEAT
TO FIT FEET
But we are adapts in the art. Buy
your shoes here and get Good Ones.
I THE QUALITY STORE. TAYLOR & CANNAM
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F.W.Nunn. dentist. Pre Uuildm
Mrs. Cleveland Stone is the guest
oi relatives in Dixon this week.
J. N. Boston wont to Louisville
Monday to attend the Stato fair.
FOR SALK A life aoholarsliip
in school of Telegraphy,
S. M. Jenkins
Dr. J. D. Thrclkcld and wire, of
were in the city Friday.
t Attorney Archie Davidson was in
1'rinoeton Monday on legal buiincK.
James Fleming and daughter, Minn
Mae, of Birdsvillo, were in the city
H. I. Kunn went to Louisville
Monday to attend the State fair and
Miss Mary Wyatt, of Krcdonia, returned
Mrs. Hourland, of Madisonvillc,
her step-daughter, Mrs.
James A. Moore last wee.
Ask, Hayncs & Taylor.
Miss Ksthor Harnett, of Tolu,
passed through tho oily Monday, en
Touto to Lxington to attbnd school.
Attorney Thos. W. Champion was
over in Caldwell oounty Monday on
v Mrs. V. W. Sloan, of Letchfield.
in thek'uest of her father, DrGeo W
Stonty a West Depot Street.
G. N. MoGrow, of liayou, is au
ofliicial of the State fair, and is in
Louisvillo looking after the interests
of the farmerti.
Frank Padon, of .Joy, passed
through tho city lust wock on routo
to Jjoiiittrillo to attend tho State fair.
Strother Russell and wife woro tho
guests of T. C. Stone and wife last
week whilo enrutc to melber, ry.,
from Dixoa. They went thoro to J
yiait Mrs. Uuisell'fiintor wko rasUai,
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Ku.niool li ! . nfnlrju,
i. -d .j.
Willi- Nrnio, of A unit ton, Mo.v
hi-. then th gnot of relatives
in the county.
I. H. Ptrc, of Kiisutiothtown,
Kj., was hero Thurday on business.
Rev. Frank Ramsey, wife and son
wru the guests of S. T. Dupuy and
wife at dinnor Monday.
K T. Franklin and son Hollis
wore in the city Saturday with a car
load of sheep which Ed Cook was
Mrs. J. K. Johnson, of Loin, wt
here Saturday enroute t CUy t vi-it
her sister Mrs. A. U. Lamb
FOH SALK Scholarship in promt
Will of tho CraMiti Mellon
went to Louisville Tuesday morning
to attend the State Fair. Ho will to
absent all week
Miss Sail 10 Houd returned homo
Monday ufter a mouths visit to her
lister, Mrs. (Jus Taylor.
Mrs. Chart M. Davis and daugh
ter Ethclcno of Ma field, Ky. visited
Mrs. Gus Taylor.
Mrs. Josephino Adams was quite
ill Saturday night aad was under the
care of u physician, hut is somewhat
Marion Smart and wife, of Fords
Ferry, spent a few days in town the
first of the week, the guests of his
mother, Mrs. Smart.
Mrs. M. Fi, Bacon, of Hopkins,
villo, accompanied by a littlo friend,
Top" Wilson, visited hor rolativos
here Saturday and Sunday.
Judgo Knltinsky whilo assisting
about loading a car of lumber Monday
had the misfortuuo to wash three of
his fineerrt very b.idly.
W, L. Vera uud lamily have taken
room st tho Hotel Crittcndon for
tho winter. He is connected with
tho A I hit ii v Mining Co.
Foil S.w.K. house and lot ata
bargain on oast Depot street, Marion
Ky. House of 4 rooms, pantry, hall,
voianda and b,ck pnrch: woll and
istera in yarJ, out houses, rus
i'ril"i o- . e f.
I Virgil Miir ind G:av It'iolnser
l.'lt Tlmrsdaj at noon for Lexington
to attend the Stale College.
FOUND A puir of spectacles
which owner can have by paying lor
this notieo and describitu' thoin. I
Thos. Lowory, of Salem Valley,
was in the oity Tuesday, with his
son, Herman, who was enroute to
Louisville to enter a school of I'lurru
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Tavlor andbaby
girl, Marie returned last week from
a most delightful trip to Chicago and
Lako Michigan. The automobiles
of the city and tho yachts of the
lake added much to the pleasure o'
Mrs. II. C. King, of Memphip,
Tonn., is tho guosl of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Q. M Conner at the
Mrs. Folix I'ox and on. Virgil,
and daughter. woro hnro Saturday
the giM' f Mr. and Mrs
W. D. Haird.
Hobt. 3. K'l'iiihi who has bonn
with tho I. 0. C in4truotiiin depart
mont, wa hero la"t week. Ho now
has a fine with the great
Northern 11 R . and left Saturday
afternoon for Omaha.
Mrs. Hobt. Knoeha and son are the
guests of hor mother, Mrs Long of
the Chapol Hill vicinity: She has
boon with her husband, at West
Point, Ky., for scvsral months and
will join him again, near Omaha,
J. J. Clement who shipped two
ear loads of stock to tho Cincinnati,
0., market Saturday, left Sunday for
that plaro to attend the stock sales.
Hot. F. l Himsoy preachod two
excellent sermons here Sunday morning
and evening and one at Deans in
the afternoon. Ho left Monday afternoon
with his wifo and .on for
their new home in Chicago, t III.
NOTICK All porsons interested
in Love Graro Yard aro ro el m
meet thoro Thursday Sopt . 24th, lor
the purpose of cleaning oiT wiu yard.
K. H. Moore, T. K. Griffith .rd
H. C. Love.
Mrs. tiopkin who was before her
isarrtagc, Min Hlake Ilarpcnding of
IM W Bakr r ('rider, wt here Mrs Nannie Vmi'n. wh"hasDeen' .). B. Hughes atte nded the Farm-Saturday,
aecomj anied by his littlo viitinp her on in Houston, Texas., I ers' Fnnin picnic at Caldwell Springs
on Noel. Mr. Baker is engaged I is back in old Kentucky aud i now
extensively in the Bee culture and
has a fino yield of over 1000 lbs.
por year, Irom his own hives
I'hin Miles and daughter, Miss
Willie, of Hardeaty, woro in the city
Wednesday night, and left Thursday
for St. Vincent, Ky,, where Mis
Miles will enter school.
Harvc Babb, of Providence, will
attend the State CoLrge at Lexing
ton, K.. this fall. He joined the
Marion boys Thursday at Nortonville.
Mr and Mrs. Fred Daughtrey
have the sincero sympathy of every!
... . ..
one, jo the los or their beautiful
little daughter, Kathorine, who died
Monday morning after a short illness.
J. FI. Wood's colt was the town
talk Monday. He is a hnauty in
form, color and style. Jitn Stewart,"
his sire, is as proud a a peacock
when he sees him, and bo h Mb
owner who values him at $100,00,
W. n. Ordway and diughier, Miss
Ada, lefl Tnedav to visit friendii
and relatives in Texas and Okhhomu.
Miss Orway will visit hor brother in
Texa, and will begono several weeks.
Joe M. Dean left Tuesday for
Barstow, Texas., to visit his father,
Dr. Thos. L. Dean and family. Thu
is Joe's first visit in several years.
He was accompanied by his aunt,
Miss Nannie Doan, who may spend
the winter thorc.
The rivalry botween neighbors is
something remarkable. Last week
Dr. T. A. Fraxer had a new roof
put on his rosidenuo and vlmnst immediately
Seldiin Ainsworth ordered
his domicile rcco'erod. "They say
now that Will Clark is threatening
to got married, not wishing to be
out done by Mr. Ainsworth.
A. M. Wi herspnou and 'ufe are
spending tliif. month it W. T.
whoro Mr. 'VUhrrspnon is
oTper.ter -. rt for Mr. Terry,
v:h ii.v n, t 'iow rocrr.s nd an
I'Mitional sior; addud to his liouie.
1('im minted. Mr. Terr will have
n() ..' '. m,,.i nomfortvliln homes in
W. T. Fadon and wifo, of Hampton,
nro now visiting Dr. Alien Low-cry
and wife, of Ulaakwell, Okla,
fl i , .v,j 4i. 4U! P'ln
visiting her son, Bob Vinson.
Miss Lillie Cook returned to
Friday, after spending the
summer vacation at Winona, Mich.,
and here with Ker sister, Mrs. Thos.
J. W. Belt has just completed a
fine tobacco barn on his farm three
miles from town, and best of all, he
has it full of fine tobacco all safe
from frost. Hurrah for John Wesley.
Dr. J. W. Crawford aud wife, of
Blandvillc, Ky., who have been the
guests of relatives here and in Liv
ingston county for several weeks, left
Crawford are "a highly respected and
much beloved old couple.
Besides tho Marion Silver Cornet
Band which furnished the music for
the occasion, thoro wore sovoral from
Marion who attended the Farmers'
Union picntoat Applcgatc Thursday,
those we now recall wore W. D.
Brtird, Walter McConncll, J. C.
Wall too and .?. W. Blue.
Hcrhort G. Whitnoy, of Water
Valley, Miss., who accompanied his
wife here for a visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. 11. F. Dorr, left Thursday
at noon for his home to resume
his duties in the Chief Dispatcher's
Mr. and Mrs. Lomnel Hughes are
the proud parents of a fino girl baby
which the stork left at their homo,
ll,.r,A A.,,, IRtl, 10HQ n...
Miss Effie Deboe is now money
order cashier and assistant ij tho
post office. She is quite cffccicnt in
her work and will please the patrons
Mrs. Joe Johnson, of Lola, and
hor, mother, Mrs. Tolly, returned
from Clay, Ky., Wednesday
by Mrs. A. U. Lamb.
Rev. Eldrcdgo, the pastor called
to the Presbyterian church, willfill
tho pulpit at that church Sunday
morning and evening.
Miss Nelle Love will leave Sunday
Thursday for home. Dr and Mrs. '. for Greenville, Ky., to visit her sis
ter, Mrs. Williams.
sont several weeks.
She will be ab.
, ,ii ' , rT , I a,'y to JelferBon Barracks, Mo., for
wus Miss Lynno before hor marriage.
Linford T. Love, of Sheridan, has
rented his farm to his brother, C. C.
Love, and will remove with his family
to Cartcrvillc, 111., where he has
accepted a position with tho Madison
Coal Co, at a nice salary. He left
Saturday going to
uhore he took train. lie begins
work Sept. lfith, for his new employers.
J. P. Pierce, J. P. Morgan, .las
Judge Walter Blackburn, E. M.
McFce, J. E. Dean, Dr. J. 0 Dixon,
Sam Gugcnheim, Gus Taylor,
Mrs. J W. Wilson and son Reginal
and many others attended the State
fair at Louisvillo this week.
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LOST. Ten dollars Monday. Tbe
Finder, II bones?, will return to me,
Charlio K. Murphy, of Sheridan,
Ky., joined tbo D. S. army at the
army recruting station at Princeton,
Ky., Sept. 8th, 190S. He enlisted
for tho coast a.lillory branch of service
and passed an excellent physical'
examination. Flo was sont
his preliminary training as a soldier
prior to joining the organization that
he enliited for. He is to be congratulated
on chosing and receiving service
with the colors both at homo
A. L. Boax, of Itufus, was in the
city yesterday and reported tho loss
of nine acres of tobacco by the wind
and hail storm of last Sunday
Mr. Boaz said that about
.hreo hundred atioks of tobacco is all
Hicklin. Geo. William-, Oiiw. I'lf ,h acres he and his brother
J. H. Nimmo, John SutherUud, -i jhivw, and that was cut prior to the
Bell, W. D. Johnson and son, Lu
thur, Cellus nolloman attended the
picnic at Caldwell Springs Tuesday,
Sept. Sth, also Johu Asbridge and
wife, S. M. Jankini and wife, Rush
Stphnion aad wit. All aro enthusiastic
over tho reception thoy
and report a in - i j iable
day and an oloiuepi ' r.
siorm. It seems the storm was more
severe in that seotion of tho county
than any other'place, as several drops
were almost completely dwtroyed.
Cures Colo' i P