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Is it not where you find the best values? If this be true we
are not afraid to compare our line of merchandise with any- 2
one. We take Quality as the first consideration, and Price j2
F. W.Nunn.dontiot, Press Ruildtn
J. D. Gregory will return homo
next week, about tho
A. M. Wilhorapoon, who has boen
at work on Wm. Terry' new house
in Mounds vioinity, his returned
Joe KuyKondoll, of Priucctou,
rtcitoJ in Marion and vicinity Saturday
FOR SAhE Two good workhorses.
K. V. Dka.v.
17.tr Iron Hi!!, ICy.
Miaa rJllie Gray after a pleasant
visit at Paihitah and I'rlueeloo, ling
Mr. a oft Mre. 0. II. Peris wan in
Evativille laet week alteodliu? the
Mrs. S. GugeHUeira and son, Samuel,
are visiting her parent, Mr
and Mrs. II. 15. Williams near
Mrs. Marshal Jenkins is taking
art lessons at a Paduoah studio.
She was there several days last week.
KOll SAhE. -One socond hand Sow
ing Maohino Wagon. Gko. M. Chi
A. H. Cardm, oT View, who has
Lccn spending tho summer in Wisconsin
and at tho northern luko
has returned home.
Miss Hobocca Williams, of Providence,
after sponding a couplo of
with Iter sister, Mrs. S.
has returned homo.
J. S. MoMurray & Co, havo moved
their grocery from tho corner building
to opera houso hlook.
Any day you wish to come is our
opening date. Wo'll take pleasure
in showing you our hats.
h. M. Davidson.
W. K. Potter is at work at W. T.
Terry's completing his now rosidenco
on his farm noar Mounds.
Uhnstino Haynos, who is with tho
Ky stato guards at Uopkinsvillc,
spent Hovoral days lioro last wcok.
The largo tobacco barn of Charlio
Iluut cast of tho city, was burned
Inst wcok. It caught from lire used
in curing the crop, all of which had
bcon housed. Tho loss falls hoavily
on Mr. Hunt who is one of the county's
K.W Nunn, dentist, Press Building
John W. Wilson was in
hot week en businoss.
I. W. Itiue was in Tolu on logal
business last wook.
From hand-bills distributed on tho
streets last wcok, wo hoc that K. T.
Franks, of Owonsboro, collector of
the internal revenue, will speak here
Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock,
Metcalfe's steam laundry does the
prcltycst work that comes to tho
county. If not, no charge will bo
made. Hoy Gilbert. tf
Thos. W. Champion was in
on legal business Thurday and
Friday of last week.
Lonuoth homon, of Iron Hill, was
in the olty Thursday enronte to
Kvnnsville to attoid tho state fair.
Wo mako our fight on the quality
of our work. Mako comparison, that's
tbe beet war to tell. Koj Gilbert.
Wm. Siseo, one of the substantial
farmers of View vicinity, wag hero
P. M. Clement, of View, spoilt
several dnyi last week with tho family,
of hii son, J. I. Clemout, of this
T. C. Jameson, of Ola, Ark., was
hero last week visiting his friends
for the first time in soveral years.
He is looking fat, happy and prosperous.
POll SALEMy farm consisting
of 1!U acres, 1J miles Southesat of
Carrsville. HO acres cleared, -11
acres in timber, 11 aeros orchard,
good t! room houso. U.r acres ereek
bottom, stock barn, running water,
also ponds nnd 2 cistern. J, W.
Cami'hki.i., Carrsville, Ky.
11. C. Hayncs, wife and little
daughter, Dorothy, of Willow
Springs, Mo., has returned to Marion
to live. Ho is omployod on the
stall at tho otlicc of tho Crittenden
Archie Davidson is now a full
fledged lawyer. His licenso as suoh
was given him by Judgo Thomas P.
Cook at Hopkinsville last weok. Ho
I will practice in all the courts at this
bar for tho prosent, but may go west
Mrs. Ada Crawford and littlo
daughter, nud Miss Clara Crawford,
of Tolu, were tho guosts of Mrs.
Yates and Miss Allio May Yates
latter part of last week.
Just as wc go to press wc
received information that
Congressman O. M. James
will speak here Saturday,
Oct. 31st, 1908. at 1 o'clock
For the Young and the Old for
the Large and the Small The
Stoul and the Lean
Pcrfc'ct Fitting Bench Tailored
and Finished hy Hand. The only
difference you can sec between
these and made to measure
suits is the
Come examine them Whether you
uaut to buy or not.
J, C. Elder, Jr., is clerking in
County Clerk Weldon's office during
tho absoneo of Clarence Pranks, who
is with the state guards at Murray,
City Attorney John A. Moore,
took his little daughtor to Evansvillc
last week to buvo an operation per-formed
on her throat, which Dr.
Knapp did successfully. The little
lady is getting along nicely and will
soon be well.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Cook and littlo
daughtor, Klizaboth, attended the
performance of Ringling Bros, circus
at Uopkinsvillc lust week, and
wore tho guests of her sister, Mrs.
M, K. Bacon.
Hon. Albert Butler, oi Salem, was
here Tuosday on routo to Princeton
to hear Gov. Wilson speak.
W, Murray Sandors will leave this
wook for Now York on businoss.
Mrs. Prank Whooler roturnod from
Krausrillc last wook, whoro she attended
Mrs. A. J. Bnkor nnd little
Gladys, roturnod from Ardmorc,
Mrs. Jm. L, Travis and two sons
have gone to Howell, "Ky., to visit
her aunt, Mrs. Whitlock.
W. N. Rochester, who was
quite ill last week, is now much
bettor and able to be up.
Mrs. Wclford White and two little
daughters have roturncd to their
home in Helena, Ark., after a month's
sojourn with hor parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 1). Woods.
Evcrtt Minnor, of Dodgo City,
Kan., is tho guest of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Minncr, on
south Maiu street.
Mossrs. John and M. II. Weldon
roturnod Monday ovening from a few
days visit to thoir sister, Mrs. Jano
King, of Rosobud, 111. Thoy report
a happy mooting of their sister
as thoy had not' soon each other for
Grovor Nowcom and his niothor,
Mrs. E. II. Nowcom, of Portalos,
Now Mexico., who arrived two weeks
ago on a visit to her aged parents,
Squire Wm. Aflhcr and wife, and
other relatives, loft Monday for thoir
homo in tho west. Thoy report
crops in good condition out there
no lack of rain.
C. E. Weldon, of Wythcvillc,
Va., arrived in this city Monday
tho guost of his fathor, M. II. Weldon.
Mrs. C. E. Weldon, is nt
Blnndvillo, Ky,, visiting hor parents,
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Crawford,
and sister, Mrs, hoe Robinson.
And latest things in
and waistings, i n
Silks and Woolens.
Something New i n
RUGS and DRUG-G
ET S, CARPETS
Remember that we
arc second to none
on gooe underwear,
and Comforts and invite
you to inspect
Prank Summerville and wife, of
Mattoon, wero in the city Sunday.
' S. 1). Winter, a St. Louis Capitalist,
has boen in the city several days.
Mrs. Oliver Hurley and baby are
the guests of her parents in Sturgis
Mrs. Ulivcr Hurley and daughter,
of Marion, arrived Sunday afternoon
to visit her father, Ed Jones. ---Sturgis
Correspondent for Morganfield
Henry & Henry, the marble and
granito men, of this city, have just
erected on the cemetery lot ot T. II.
Cochran, one of the largest monuments
that has ever been brought to
Robert Huston, of Hardinsburg,
Ky., has just arrived in our city,
and has bcon imploycd by Ilonry A'
Honry, in tho marble and granite
C. S. Knight, of Ft. Wayno, Ind..
was hire last wook on business connected
with the Marion Zine Co.
Gus ?ummorvillo and wife, of
Mattoon, woro hore Sunday to
tho W. 0. W. unveiling hero.
Geo. W. Crucc, of Craync, lost a
fine barn of tobacco by firo Wednesday
STRAYED On Sunday, a hog,
weighing about 125 pounds, and is
Will pay for its return
to me. R. II. Kemp.
Percy Cooksoy and Mr. Yosicr, of
Dycusburg, wero hero this week on
0. L. Poster, of Carrsville, passed
through the city Monday on routo to
Trigg county, to attend the Presbytery
of tho Cumberland Presbyterian
Mrs. R. L. Ormo left Monday for
a visit to Mrs. W. 0. Bland at
Groon Johnson is roceiving con
gratulations from his friends, The
stork loft a new girl at his home a
few days ago.
hoc Vick is feoling quito proud
over the arrival of a new girl at his
houso Monday night, Oct. 5th.
Next Sunday is attendance day at
the First Presbyterian church
Every boy and girl should attend and
take some friend with thorn.
Row J. T. Stubblcfi"ld, who was
expected hero to preach Sunday
morning nnd to deliver the address
nt the W. 0. W. unveiling ceremonies
at the cemetery in tho afternoon,
failed to arrive, thus disappointing
n largo crowd.
If you want to
and get something New,
Good and Stylish in Ladies,
Misses or Childrcns
it will pay you to come
sec our line and get our
prices before you make
your purchases. We did
narryover a single Ladies
cloak from last
Lee Morse, of Iron Hill, was hero
Hon. M. F. Poguc, Dan Mathews
and sevcal other friends, of Prances,
were here Sunday to attend the W.
0. W. unveiling.
Mrs. J. . Amplias Weldon and
little daughter, havo returned to
their home in St. Louis, Mo., after
a pleasant visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Hill.
W. B. Rankin, county committeeman,
and W. II. Clark, will address
the Frances local American Society
of Equity Wednesday night, Oct.
Porter's "Tuff-Steel" razors are
opened for an agent In every town.
First come, first served. Printer's
Ink will keep them constantly before
the people and nothing but the
truth shall be told.
Ed Dean left Wednesday afternoon
for Newport to attend the stato Sunday
hoslie Molton, who roturncd last
week from Alva, Okla. , for a fow
days stay at home, loft Monday for
Champaign, 111., to complete his
ourc in the university there.
Bart Summervillc and little son,
Eugene, were hero Sunday, the
guests of C. E. .Doss and family.
Mrs. Summerville is in Evansvillo at
a sanitarium with her daughter, Mildred,
whom wo are sorry to report is
not improving as her parents would
like to sec.
Drs. J. 0. Dixon and I. H. Clement
will from the Stegar
building to the Carnahan building
over Gilbert's grocery, and Joe
Stewart will move has photograph
galiory into tho rooms up stairs and
in the rear in samo building.
Herbert Whitney, of Water Valley,
Miss., arrived Friday morning
to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Dorr.
His wifo aud son, Herbert, Jr., who
have been hero soveral weeks, returned
home with him Saturday afternoon.
Henry Davis has sold his farm in
Livingston county to Henry Moore
of this city. Mr. Davis and his
family have moved here and will
make this city their future home,
The Davis & Davis stook was sold
by Trustee H. K. Woods Monday
aftomoon for 'J40.00 to W. T. Mc.
Council, the dry goods merchant.
There were no out of town bidders,
but Sam Gugcnhoim and Will Carnahan
cauh bid on tho stock up to
$!35.00. Tho referee, Hon. E. W.
Bagby will now decide whether to
accept the bid or not and as soon as
a decision is received, the stock will
bo turned over to Mr. McConnell.
Tho cost inventory of tho stock of
goods was about $2,200.00.
Are appreciated long
after you forget what Of
you paid for them, j?
and these are the
shoes we like to sell O?
not merely to please
you but it pleases us ,
for it certainly sells w
more shoes for us. j&'
W. L. Douglas for
Red School House for
Earl Thrcldkcld, Memphis, Tenn.,
who is the guest of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Harvey Threldkeld, of
Joy, Ky., was in the city Saturday
accompanied by his friends Misses
Hattie Thrclkeld, Florence Price and
Mr. John Jackson And Mrs. same
On Monday evening of this week
at the Methodist parsonage in East
Prinoeton Mr. John W. Jackson and
Mrs. Sallic Flanary were married by
Rev. F. M. Petty.
In their marriage Mr. Jackson
and Mrs. Flanary gave their friends
quite a surpiisc, as few, if any,
save the members of their families,
knew of their intentions. So quiet
woro their plans carried out that the
many visitors assembled at the parsonage
for the purpose of bidding
Rev. Potty farewell before breaking
up housekeeping for another field,
'that none save members of the fami
lies of tho contracting parties wero
prepared to believe they were to be
married. However, this was tho
program and Rev. Petty in a very
pleasing and impressive ceremony,
said the words that united them as
man and wife. The attendants wero
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Curry.
Alter thoir marriage and the receiving
of congratulations and best
wishes from the guests present, Mr.
and Mrs. Jackson went to the
groom's home on South Jefferson
street and arc now "at homo" to
their many friends.
Mrs. Flanary is one of Princeton's
most popular and attractive women.
She is a daughter of Judgo Hodge
and numbers her friends by her acquaintances
and is in every way
worthy of all the admiration and
high regards of the groom, who is
one of Princeton's host and most
men He has been for several
years connected with tho Metropolitan
Insurance Company's office
at this place and is now
of the Princeton district.
Wc, together with their many
friends, join in extending Mr. and
Mrs. Jackson congratulations and
host wishes for a happy and prosperous
life. Princeton Leader.
Mrs. Jackson was born and reared
in Marion and lived hore much of
hor life Sho is beloved by a wide
circlo of friends, all of whom wish
her tho greatest happiness in her
married life. Tho groom is also
well known hero by our business
people, visits here frequently and
is quite popular.