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BRIEF STATEM ml I &
We can't say very much in this small space, but the main thing is s
JSO lr YOU WAN I SURE-ENOUGH BARGAINS COME TO US.
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L.U3LCI OUUL3 p,UU CJIIU fO.JU
3 Blue Serge $2.00 to $5.00
Outing Snits $4.25
4S Blue Serge $10. worth $15.00
J We can't name them
1 all, but we have them
3s at reduced prices 'just
j the same' and in extra
pants we take the lead
2 and you will take the
pants if you will come
S and see them and get
ci What lime will the clock stop
Z Comc'Thursdayeve at 3 o'clock.
TEAMS WANTED At once at the
'Miller Mines" to huulorotothe Rail-Road
MIm Allic Wilborn pcnt Inst week
with Miss Lyda Kuykendall in Princeton.
Miss Amy Wnthen, of Fords Ferry,
was the guest of relatives In this city
Dr, and Mrs. L. E. Gilbert, of Lis-man.
were the guests of relativcii tho
first of tho'weck.
Mrs. T. J. Nunn, of Frankfort is visiting
her children in this city .
Mis Lillian Orr left Friday for her
home in Bcrrys Ferry.
j Miss Sallio Mao Wntson, of Paducah,
Is the guest of Mies Buelah Conyer.
Mr and Mrs. John Stephenson, of
Sturgis, spent Sunday with Mrs. W.
Miss Lizzie James is the guest of
Mrs. E. H. James in Kuttawa this
Afa Bargain-Gnat Opportunity-Two
Both broken to saddle and
drive, both as team or single
One Delker buggy with top
and side curtains, three rubber
lap robes, one dust cloth
two buggy whips, one riding
whip, one Whitman Saddle
four saddle blankets, ope set
heavy double harness with
brilching, one set' light patent
leather double harness,
one set single harness, one
pair shafts, one pole, three
riding bridles, two heavy
halters, four halter hitches,
.ene ton of oats in bale, 1000
lbs. timothy, 12 bushels of
corn, rock salt, etc. '
All goes to first bidder for
. Call to see them,
FOR SALE. One extra quality raj;
arpot, '26 yards, new, red stripped.
S.' M. Jenkins.
Dr. B. 11. Hardin, of Madisonville,
was in tho city Friday.
Mrs. Jesse Farris, of Salem, was in
the city Friday enroute home from
Miss Virginia Flanary, who has been
tho guest of her grand parents, Hon.
nnd Mrs. T. J. Nunn, of Frankfort,
returned home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Shrode, of Hop-
kinsyille, were tho guests of her parents,
Mr. ind Mrs. C. E. Doss, the
first of the week.
A. U. Davidson left Wednesday for
Muskogee, Okla., where ho expects to
make his future home.
Miss Maude Threlkcld, of New Salem
was tho of Misses Ella and Alma
Conyer, of this city, Saturday and
Mrs. M. W. Utley, of Eddyvie, was
the guest of Miss Nello Walkor.
Eugene Joiner, of Russollville, is
spending tho week with Gray Rochester
Hyrd Guess is now in Pittsburg, Pa.,
aud has employment there on tho electric
railway. His many friends will bo
pleased to hear of his success.
Wc havo tho turn down or Hy-lo
globes for the sick room. A great con
venience. Every homo should haveono
foV comfort of the invalid.
Maiuon Electric Liciit & Ick Co.
Miss Mollie Chambers, of Morgan-field,
is the guest of Mrs. W. N. Rochester
at her suburban home.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Rcasor, of
Sturgis, were the guests of J. K.
Smith and family this week.
Press Fritts, who has been in feeble
health for several months, has been
confined to his room for sovcral days.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thomason and
baby girl, of Piney, were hero Saturday
on a shopping trip.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Crowoll wer
tho guests of relatives at Blackford
Saturday and will remain several days.
WANTED: -A few calves, ready to
wean.. S. M. Jenkins.
Miss Rubcna Nimmo is improving
slowly after a two months' seige of
H F. Morris, tho old reliable
is ill at homo and his family
fear he is taking slow fever.
FOR SALE. Registered South
Down Rams. I have two dozen No. 1,
South Down Bucks registered stock for
Bale and two years old, will have owes
later. A. Dean,
R. F. D. No. , Marion, Ky.
Mrs. Bella Heugcly, of Indianapolis,
Ind.,. arrived last week for a sojourn
of several days with her sister, Mrs.
A. V. McFco, on Depot street. She
will also visit J. E. Dean and family
in the norhcrn part of the county before
Close-out Sots of Lawns, Silk
Mulls, Batistes, Chiffon Brilliants,
Violet-tissue. Some of
these you can gel for less than cost
New Summer Silks, 27 Inches wide In Old Rose, Jasper,
Mulberry, and Wisteria, Only 29c per yard.
ASK TO SEE THEM.
Hot weather shirts Get our Prices You don't want
tromoUc to sz.ou T . . , n
and our 50c dress shin on Trunks and a straw or Pan
will compare with othe Suit CdSCS ama hat at a" '
lines at 75c as to see - . . . you look at ours
them. fOrC buying. and dont buy.
Time Will The Clock
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Paul Gossagu, who is ill of fever, is
not up yet but is much improved.
Attorney R. L. Moore went to Dixon
Tuesday on legal business.
Misses Rose and Fay Lamb, of Clay,
were the guests Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Rochester and daughters last week.
Mrs. Sallio Millican, of St. Louis, is
visiting the family of Dave Gilliland
The Recital will be at 8 p. m., July
13th, 1909. Children, 15 cts., Adults,
W. N. Russell is still confined to his
room but is getting along nicely as
well as possible under the circumstances.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jameson have
moved from Ola, Ark., to Booncvile,
Ky., where they formerly lived.
Miss Elizabeth Cook is much better
and is not thought to have typhoid
Miss Katie Yates, who has been
quite ill with typhoid fever, is not improving
as her family and friends
would like to see.
Mrs. Roy Gilbert is sick with malarial
fever but is thought to be better
Dr. F. W. Nunn purchased of Yates
Bros, this week a beautiful Kahler &
Mrs. Eugene Sights, of Alliance,
Neb., was the guest of her brother,
Dr. F. W. Nunn, and family last week.
Miss Pearl Harris, formerly of Cory-don,
was the guesr of her sister, Mrs.
F. W. Nunn this week. She will leave
soon for the foreign mission field.
Mrs. G. W. Stone has returned from
Missouri, where she accompanied her
father, Rev. W. T. Ried, on a visit to
her sisters. Rev. Reed remained for
an indefiniee stay.
R. F. Crofton, wife and daughter,
of Hendercon, visited Rev. M. E. Miller
and family Sunday. They returned
home Tuesday. Mr. Crofton is the
banker at his homo town.
The air-dome Moving Picture and Illustrated
Songs, W. C Rymers, proprietor,
opens to night on the Carnahan
corner in an air-dome. Those who have
seen them say they are the best ever
Mr. W. C. Rymers, formerly uwner
of tho Wonderland Theatre" at Washington
Court House, Ohio, is here with
his air-dome and moving pictures.
Don't fail to see them.
FOR SALE: My house in Marion is
for sale cheap. See Koltinskyat Marion,
or write to G. W. Noggle, No. 1
Emmitt street Evansville, Ind.
Little Miss Orene Qhampion, who is
recovering from attack of typhoid fever,
is able to be up, and if no relapse
comes, she will soon be out and well.
The many friends and elsewhere, of
Miss Nellie Love, will regret to know
that her health is unimproved. Her
parents, Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Love,
still hope she may yet recuperate.
V PA MM AM
J. T. Hardin, of Wheatcroft, was
here Thursday and Friday on a visit, to
his many friends. He also went to
Hampton to spend a few pays.
Jeft" D. Asher, of the Marion Milling
Company, was in Sturgis on business
Miss Mabel Minncr, of south Main
street, was the guest of Mrs. Florence
Mae Hurst at Sturgis last week.
Miss Vinson, of Texas, the aged auut
of Mrs. Missouri Stcgar, and who has
been the guest of relatives here this
summer, went to Fredonia Thursday
afternoon to visit kindred in that community.
Misses Maude and Bernice Drisktll,
the handsome daughters of Dr. A. J.
Drisksll, are visiting rolatjves here
this week. They came over last Friday.
Messrs. David and Arnold Dris-kill,
their brothers, came with them
and also spending the time with friends
and relatives. Livingscon Banner.
Little Misses Graham and Catherine
Woods arrived Wednesday from their
home in Arkansas to visit their frrand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Woods on
Virgil and Orlin Moore, sons of Hon.
and Mrs. A. C Moore, are coufined at
home the former thcatencd and the
latter with a well developed case of
Miss Pauline Moore, of Charleston,
Mo., left for Union City, Tenn., to
visit relatives after a pleasant visit
of two weeks to her aunt, Mrs. E. J.
Attorney A. L. Berry came over Saturday
to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Rochester. His wife and daughters,
who had been Mrs. Rochester's guests
for a week, returned home with hira
Mrs. Meriweather E. Bacon, of
wns hnrn Snnilnv tho truest
of her parents, Judge and Mrs. James
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Snmmprvilln nnd
children, Miss Mildred and Master
Eucrene. of Mnttoon. worn horn Sntur.
day and Sunday the guests of Mrs.
oummervwu s purems, mr. ana Mrs.
C E. Doss, on Depot street.
Miss Nelle Olive who is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olive and of her
many friends at Eddvville, will remain
several days yet as she is enjoying her
stay very much.
Miss Grace Tavlor, the attractive
young lady of Levias, passed through
the city Sunday morning enroute to
Corydon, where she will do the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Davidson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Boaz and son,
Ellis, visited her parents in Illinois this
week. They made the trip over land
in their own conveyance. They have
an excellent driving horse.
Mrs. Wm. Woodridge and little
daughter. Eflie, passed through thoj
kikjr ouuuuy cuiuuiu iu oiurgia, wiiere
her sister-in-law was reported as critically
Robert Wilborn, who has been working
in tho job office of J. C. Bourland,
went to Clay Tuesday to take a posi
tion on the Webster County Times.
Miss Mary Finley who graduated
with honors from the Marion Graded
and High schools, took the teachers'
examination, May 21st, and was awarded
83f and again Juno 18th, and reached
94 and was given a first class certificate.
Wo think considering her
youth that hhr attainments as stated
above has never been surpassed in the
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wjim.M niCEi" ";,
iw hoc rcjiicorl q rrroat
deal of worry.
We now give you the s
opportunity to b u y g
good Lowcut Shoes for 3?
less than market priee jg
Don't neglect it. Ing
some lots the sizes are $5
broken, the others
Call for ticket on each $1.00
- purchase or paid on account
LOST: -On the Marion and Fords
Ferry road, a pair of gold rim
tles, in case. Finder please leave them
with S. M. Jenkins and recieve reward.
J. C. Haiidin.
Miss Mary Joiner, of Franklin, is the
guest of Miss Nannie Rochester on
Morganfield street, and of other friends
in the city.
Rev. James F. Price had fine services
at Water Valley last Sunday, morning
and evening. He goes to Tenn., this
week to hold a series of missionary
rallies at Oak Grove, Boiling Springs
and Mt. Moriah.
Holies Franklin, of Hebron, was be
fore the teacher's examination com
mittee, June 18th, and reached an average
of &2i and was given a first class
certificate'. Pretty good for a boy,
don't you think? It hasn't been many
moons since Holies was in knee trouseis
Maury Nunn of Evansville, is the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs R, I,
All parties are warned to keep out
of my tobacco and hay barnesand stock
pond in Terry Bros', corn field. This
land is posted. Parties riding horses
through corn fields, cutting-wire fences,
threshing fruit trees and leaving gates
open aro known to me and will positively
be reported to the grand jury.
S. M. Jenkins, ,
A real sensation was created on
Main Street Wednesday morning when
Dr. G. W. Stone, H. V. Stone and Ab
M. Henry were seen sprinting around
the court equare like three two-year-olds.
The writer did not see the close
of the race, but Dr. Stone claimed ho
was sittiug down in his office and
waiting for a customer before either
of the others passed under the line.
He says some time when he is not too
busy he will teach those boys how to
The appearance of the Central Comedy
Company at the Opera House will
mark an advance in respect to the
qualities of shows heretofore given in
town. The comedy "Browns in Town"
in a famous production and has met
with unlimited success in New York and
other metropolitain cities, where the
same was presented by tho celebrates
of the stage. The company is composed
soloy os college men who recently
graduated from Central University,
Danville, Ky., and are young gentlemen
,of merit. Part of the young
men assume the roll of females and
their adoption of the skirts speaks of
fun and amusing scenes which follow.
The play is chuck full of laughter, and
a mappy, keen plot that keeps the
audience in continuous uproar of laugh
ter, in fact there is a great deal of
class to their production.
In honor of Prof. Herbert Rogers'
tenth birthday his grandmother, Mrs.
Nannie Cochran, entertained her Sunday
school class Thursday evening at
the Cochran home on Salem street.
Those present were Misses Mary Joiner,
of Franklin; Nannie Rochester,
Addie Maynard, Maude Flanary, Fran,
ces Blue, Susie Boston, Mary Cotfield
and Messrs Joiner, Franklin; Gray
Rochester, Douglas Clement, Robert
Jenkins Raymond Olive, Roy Travis
and Herman Rodgers, Euanaville. The
loading attraction for the entire crowd
was "Thomas Jr.," who is the pet and
favorite of every one, Refreshments
were served, ice cream, sherbet, cake,
etc. The cutting of the birthday cake
revealed one thing heretofore unknown
as no button or darning needle was
found. There will be no old maids or
bachelors in tho party. Douglas Clement
cut the money and Eugene Joiner
Mrs. J. S. Russell and son William
hare ictufned home after a visit
to Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Stone.
MRS. HARRIS DEAD
Mrs. Julia Hairis, tho voneriblo
mother of Mrs. S. T. Dupoy, died
Tuesday at noon, after many weary
months of suffering. Mrs. Harris
has been an invalid much of her life
but an uncomplaining one who bore
her affliction with a ohristain fortitude
soldom equaled. Had she lived
till July 8th, she would have passed
into her 80th year, she having been
born July 9th. 1830
He remains were taken to Brunswick,
Mo., by Mr. and Mrs. Dupuy,
who left on tho eight o'clock train
Th'c interment will be Thursday
Mrs. Harris's maiden name was
Miss Julia Staples, a Virginian by
birth, having been born at Lynchburg,
Va., but removed to Mo,,
whero her husband died in 1SS1.
Her remains will bo placed beside
those of hor hnsbaod.
Mrs Harris is survived by two
ohildren, Mrs. H. R. Butler, of Ada,
O., and Mrs. S- T. Dupuy, of this
city, an( by one sister, Mrs. Emma
Rodd, of Macon City, Mo.
She was a member of tho Chnstain
church for manv vears and her life
was an cxamplary life and ono any
young person should emulate
She was a bodv of raro oulttiro,
education and refinement and drow
to horsclf acirolo of friends who will
remombor always hor gracious man-nor
and sweetness of temper.
Mr. W. C. Ryniors, of Toledo, O.
comes well recommended as a good,
honest, respectable and capable business
man, ablo to gtvo the people a
good show for their roonov. He for-mo
ly oporated a show at Lima,
Washington Court Hnuo and Lancaster,
Ohio, and at eaoh place gave
a good show and pleased his patrons,
as shown by his raodontials. Marion
peoplo should patronize thoairdome.
if as good as roported and thus
Mr. Iloymers and his family
to looato and give a peruianont
amusemont. The films he uses aro
of tho highest class and will pleaso
evon the most fastidecus.