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EVERY DAY IS A BARGAIN DAY WITH IS! ONE PRICE TO ALL!
TUESDAY in each week is no exception, you can buy the SAME GOODS at the StME PRICL on WEDNESDAY!
We believe in Selling You Goods at "LIVE AND LET LIVE" Prices! And to Prove This Statement, we jl
Invite ou to call and see us when in town, inspect our goods, get our prices, and then compare goods and Prices fr
with the Goods and Prices of Others. Mo successful farmer can buy a mule for fifty dollars, feed it all winter
as vou need in the Slardwarp Line. We make a Specialty or Edert Tools a:.d Cuttlery, UAu docket and UM:
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Win. Dollavcu has hit new resi
dence about Mesr.
Gus l'ucry ad W'u to
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5 0f Ielthfulncs3 and $A&
rV& v.V weftilness No alm or J&d&fi&
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worknnnsliip on ! nui.ng as it
is one Aiuon the beautiiul roaidotiees
of oar town.
Mrs. Lola M. Davidson has
received and has opened her
fall stock of millinery, which
is by far the best .she has ever
had. The changes and improvements
in the milliner's
art are quite noticablc each
season and only a search of
the markets such as Mrs.
Davidson made would secure
the style and snap that her
hats contain. Come in and
see them. She also has a
Henry Agee and wife were visiting
In Princeton last week.
Wil'ard Montgomery aril wif of
Livingston countv, is the irnt of
P i-k Cruo i havint; uno of the
finest tock barns built in lit-
oi the uounty. Cnrhoo Sc Brown
.s doin' tho work.
V'o (.'me mid wifo werg the
Maok Cruco of Lyon eoimty
Ir. Mary Hill h vishiug hr
urand daiik'hter, Mr. Ancle Aiinm',
Kiee i btiliin; n nie'
, which will improve the
I look nf hi p'noe.
I .look Baiter i iu tho butcher buS'
atraoit) killi a beef avtrv
iit Mid aellin in Marion. Tho now
I did not aton .lack
Kd Waddetl and wife viMtH uoar
j Viow last weak.
I'rof. Stono la now boarding nt
I Mr SlovaUV
j Miss Ruby Btirhnui wm the truost
jol Mrs. Stovull ?uuday.
Our section eeui to be nUraoting
I the land bur now . as we Have a
. new one nearly evpry week.
i Kirb '.irin houtrht a fnrin from I'.
I'. I'.iri lust wifk
Tru recffil hoat did very littlo
dnin w' in our ci'iion.
Boyd t'r ii lit I'i it,,, nj. tin-I V pr( m u' vi i in liuHr of 111- were lb- ;ij - ! . l.uct Ii
jtuen of Wm Aduiii. uuduy night.
Lee Bryan bus tiwred near Marion.
Bon Kaukin ha. lately oomplotod
a fine tobacco barn.
1oim. Wotlord and Clift went
bofore the l'ioal court Tuesday and
rccievod an additional apjiroprution
of $100 00 for tho Dunn Sprlnra
bridge. Tliis umknt a total of
$1300 00, which id doomed odoquatc.
Several of our young won are making
line Woffoni Is eootempblin go-
new trimmer irom jDj, ,0 ij,j,,vj1
ti. miss neiton wno is a
graduate in the art of trimming
and will be pleased to
meet the ladies of Marion,
Mrs. Lilly Duval McConnel
is with Mrs Davidson also this
season, and desires to see her
T. X. Wotlord ud wif were in
Thc Ohio rirer m extremely low
Hovs. II. C. Love and U. G.
have latoiy closed a very
suocossfu) protraotoil meotin at
Dunn Spring. Several additions
wero made to the church.
John Lowery, tho merchant prince,
of Cava-in-Rook, 111'., Is building a
small steam boat.
W. II. Wallace and family vteitod
ralativud iu Webster ootint; Saturday j
Peroral from (hi vloiuity attended
tho Sunday Hehnol ooiTentioii at
Wostou lasi Saturday.
Mr. aud Mrs. Ben Drounau wore
the L'nests of Pr. Konip and family
at Luzon last wuok.
I. L. Clinton, ulio has beon fpotid.
ii' !iM.t of iIki uii)iflor will hi
Mr. .1 M Wnlkor, has
I. M. Walker ik! .Intnes ('rnell
have tf out) t" Mxouri to aputid a
M. V. .ouin nod wilo viaited
relitiva ni t'niytio Saturday and
S i tid ay.
N. B. Vx ad 154 Tiirlry oro
hiiildin)c uiffe additiniM to their
Arriiut'cinenH aro boins made to
build a neielihorhnod tolephone lino
in this eommutiitv.
Rev. W. K. Charles has just returned
from Dawson much improved
.1. Brauii ;itil little
daughter, Critino, aro spending u
while wirh relatives iu Kddyvillr.
Mr and Mm. Chas l'nilon
B ) Waddcll visited nt'ir Dycus-' ed tlo lis'onnry Baptist ahocintion
lurjj last week. 'at l'riuceton last week.
tic Charlra fifth
oh WHaoiciy, &i all tho lit tit
one enjoyed a sice trra.
.Mr. Carrie Bradley and Miw
Xoa Cathran returned from 1 Center,
whore tboy pet veveral wooVs
Rainavo met with very
piioful accident on last Sunday while
playing base ball. In turowins or
piiohinir tho ball, in om way his
arm w bmken. Boya, it is wrong
to play ball on tho Sabbath.
Mra. W. K. Dycm. of Kuttawa,
wat tho gtiatt of I'. B. I)ye aud
family lnt Saturday.
I. A. Grave is in I'adncnh this
Mr. Latiiton ia nt homo again.
Born to the wifo of Louis Smith,
Clyde Boas, ono of our nieest boy,
has accepted n poaitiou at Kelaoy as
clerk- in Howerton'a store.
Mra. T. L. Phillips returned from
I'adneah last wtek.
Mh. Mattie Wad I i ape 'on waa tho
uet of Mrs. Ida Iurgoeou, of Koon,
G. W. .Iomot and Vr. Sue Vox
wore uuuid in marriave Alo ?ial
Mnnn wm married to Mi -a Kubie
Bell laat Pundnr.
Mrs "! Dubaon of Keiaev, wn
tho j: u est of Mrs. .1. H. Hohinann
and Mr. Owen Bonz week.
Miss I'nttU Tolly, of .N'ow Beihol
vicinitv. '-no in ur torn f lot, the
trnnt of Mr. Bom
Mrs. Dixie Btiekti'wjun ttent two
week iu Kuttawa and retiiruod t
Mrs, l K. f'.V(? and grand
dautfliter, littlo Mury I'hilltpa, hav
hern spendinu' a few days with re!
tivei in I'ducali.
I!o(Il' Dockor will en tor school at
Lylo and Albert CokiO' Tiaited
lelntivos in Lyon oounty Stturdav
Mrs. Chai. Unihor, of Tiliue, ;s
the guoat of Mr.. Boh JaoVaon.
Mrs. Child roc, of New Salem
visited Mrs. Sim Peak Friday.
An aooount of tho toachors' association
which met nt this phico Get.
Mrd. will probably apponr it.
nno her column.
Mis .'lthi.1 Hard who oaino as a
delegate from Nlanoij Graded School. ;
was warinlv welcomed bv
and friends ot her duMhoo I.
Misses Annie and
and sell it In the spring for fifty dollars, neither can any successful merchant keep a selected stock of goods in q
his house and sell them without a profit! We are willing to divide our profit with you, bysclSingyou HONEST
Goods at HONEST Prices, Quality comes first. Price afterwards. Remember that we nan , ,usl Mich u.iiigs
Cuttiery. We also carry a Select Line of Builders Hardware. We have in Stock at AI8 limes a Strong Line ot T
Texas Saddles. Tor heavy hardware, such as Lime, Cement, Grates, Fire Brick, Fence. Etc., don't fdil u bee us
You will soon want a Cook Stove Remember the STAR LEADER and the SQUARE EMTER- 1j?
PRISE, a stronger line than these tuo has et to be manufactured. Genuine Delker Buggies and J
Studebaker Wagons are our Standard of Excellence in the Vehicle World, Come to see Us
When in Town- "The Recollection of Quality Remains Long After the Price is Forgotten. " T
T- H. Cochran & Company
Marion Ky. 1
We had a considerable trost !at
wcok which done some damage to
Bro. Brooks filled his regular appointment
horo last Saturday and
Mrs. Wni. Perry has boeu on the
sick list for several days, but is now
Thos. Morgan and family visited
in Ballard county, Ky., last weok.
llarlin Crowell made a business
irip to Evanavillc hat week.
Chas. Morcan who is now in the
flouring mill business at Providence,
called on us Sunday.
Uncle Field Crider, one of
county's most prosperous
farmers, spent Saturday niyht in our
W. C. Carnahan, of Marion, was
here last woett.
Willie Joyce, of Shady (J rove, was
in our town last week.
J D ti inch1, of Gladstoje,
uuionic meeting hore Saturday
.1. W. Pritchutt, n loading merchant
of Gldtonc, made .i business
trip here ay
m tlu political
iea, for the preidencial olectiou to
be po near in the futuro.
Miss Ellon Lawson, who died here
last week at the home of her brot Iter.
Wm. Dawson, wa ono of Blackford's
most highly respctcd younn ladies,
and we extond our hoart foil sympathy
to the bereaved family and her
Willi" Wallace, of Iron Hill, visited
his sister, Mrs. A. T. Brown,
of this place Saturday.
The Blackford Flour Milling Co,
have been doin some repairing on
their machinery, which caused the
mill to be closed down last week.
W. S. Jonos, of Repton, pased
through liore Saturday on route to
Our country friends sny thore is
the largost hiekoryuut crop this year
that has ever been known for year-.
The Farmers' K. C. U. of A.
have n looul her, whioh is the mother
and bannor local of Wobsttr
county. They have a largo membership
and is progressing niuely with
Thos. Henry as prosideut. Regular
mooting every Saturday night.
ry Friday aol
"Lost but uwi Uai" T. I Ntw.
ton wa in nor town bafciop hand
with Iii Saiarday
Some le of our Chapel
ow wheat tMs fjl. A few In
the precinct are about done cowing.
Owrpreciwet wag visited lat
nicht by I'oole .lack Krost,
hut little damage wa& done
DijficlnK nwoot potatoes, making
aorgnutn and cutting corn it the order
of the day here.
A rood sow and pigf for ftnlo.
W. H. BiihaM.
Onr school is propcreiin Oiiolj.
with Pred Stone at the helm.
Mr. and .Mrs Robert C. Hayno
and their daughter, little Dorothy,
of SpHorfield, Mo,, arc visiting tho
family of T. M. Hill thia wri
ilra Charlie Baker, of Gunniaon.
Mi.a., nailed Mr and Mra. ,J. T.
BigUam, of Crayae, lat week.
Miaa Ruby Bighorn was the guiMt.
of Mia l'earleoe i'ill Snturdnj.
Mia'-a Hettio Iong and Ruby
Bitcham were the of Miu
I'orrv Iinner trill leu re aoott to-
take up hi wotk M iHiHg
B K. Wtlker auff wife riatted in
Levia ibg laat of tho woek am!
mediae at iTninn.
lUiitert Montfiowery and sMor,
from lotwen il.e river, ra vUittug:
friend iu'lhia section.
-Mr. Cbarlio Clement U fiiiiauiuK
her new lurn, which adds greatly tO'
the imprKvemiil of her plnoo.
II O Hill mil build an addition
m hid.lin h .iie this fall.
Dave 'i andell ia preanriiifr
Id a r.'iilenee on hi fanm noar
Tom ilill'a. The houae will be
ted orar (Hiblio road.
I M Ward aud wife, of Cedar
Sprinca, wr,i the nueaw of the family
of bia wn. W. W Ward.
J. T. and family
M. Ma 1. Sunday.
The Ladie' miaionnrv sooioty
will cmiveiiM with Mias Ruby Big-ham
on th evening pruceding
I fourth Sunday in this monilu
A riumbur of porsotif from this
sootiou attended thu muoting at
Ula Threlkold visited horo.
Xulice In I'nnnnrs.
I lBr re itd n car load ol Good1
Gindc ir.'niii Carolina I'ertilizor
e liie il mi vaut uin.
Mar R l Whcclcr.
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