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gl These special prices have only been irTforce only two weeks, and many lots have been closed out, Now we have
g) added many other lots to keep things moving, and rest assured of one thing, and that is: You will find every g
cy article as aavcnisoa.
Look first for Quality, Style and Fit
then the best of all the PRICE
Cj will tickle you. Some broken
& lots broken prices.
Q $20.00 Suits $15. : 7.50 Boys Suits 4.00
K 17 " 12.50 : 6.50 " " 3.75
15. " 10.00 : 5.00 " " 3.00
O 12.50 " 8.50 : 4.00 " " 2.50
6.50 : 3. " " 2.00
6. : 2.50- " " 1.25
4.25 : 2. " " 1.00
ODDS PANTS AT ODD PRICES
5.00 Pants at 3.25 - S4.00 Panta 3.05
3.50 " 2.75 3.00 " 2.25
2 50 " 1.75 1.50 " 1.15
SO IT'S UP TO YOU
Singer is just back from the
bt, where ho claim to have pur.
tcd an unusually largo stuck of
goods that are now coming in
bing opened cTcry day.
H. Williams, proprietor of Hotel
at Uniontown, atteuded tho bail I
ics here Friday and Saturday.
J. Rudy and aon Wilson, and
Winston, of Sturgis, attended
, ball game
II. Ilina, M. Itioh, F. Ashby.
0 McCaulcy, Tom Farley,
Kuykondalt' and twenty others,
turgls, attended the ball games
"Fridy between Marion and
tRn I .forget to attend the Majestic
Demonstration at our store,
fc 14. T. H. Cochran & Co
Imvc Woods, a prominent Uniou
ay farmer, was in Marion Satur-
visiting bis father.
Arcerson, of Sullivan, was in
Ijlu Friday to see tho ball game.
rJ. Ainiwortb, of lrma, was in
Koltinsky, as G. W.
ile, sold his nice home on Main
t, lately vacated by P. C. Nog
to J. M. Persons for $1,400.
ises Ella Hoper and Sallie Joe
te, of Klkton, are guests of Mrs
v and see the great oooking
r at our store all noxt week.
ava a ohanoc to got a Souvenir
4ijpf Ware Frco. See large
in this paper.
T. H. Cochran & Co.
Kss MoClain, of Morgainileld
tSTkas been a guest of her sister,
r Taylor, left Sunday for hor
ti s- 1 1 1
ft, V' 'J. iugg, 01 rrcuoma,
iila guest of her mother, Mrs.
IS Henry Saturday.
our line of pants and overalls.
M. K. Fobs.
Sftand Mrs. 1". G. Cox, of Salotn,
of Mr. and Mrs. D.
Mm Ponnkcy, who lias boon a
eaapt Mrn. F. (. Cox at Salom,
Drop iu our store during our
Usmonttlration Week, Aug. 11-14,
and lot us show you why tho Great
and Grand Majestic Hange is the
best on earth. A Souvonir Sot Waro,
worth $8,00, given with every Majestic
T. II. Cochran & Co.
Mid Mac Siglcr, of MorganGcld,
is a guest ol Miss Nell Sutherland.
John D. Worley, of the country,
was in Marion Thursday.
D. P. Wilson, of tho UclU Mines
country, was in Marion Thursday.
Oil Wallace, of Prinooton, was
over Friday and Saturday to assist
our band boys in rendering good
music for tho ball games.
Uuy a range with a reputation,
and take advantage of our Free Offer
during oar' Demonstration Week,
Aug. 'J-14. Come in and let us
show you. T. II. Cooktan & Co.
Taylor X Canaan believe in clean
ing up each season. Look at die
prices spooified in their ad. They
aro not the "carry over kind."
Tho party taking lady's gold-headed
umbrella from Maxwell park during
ball game will pleaso return same to the
Miss Nonie Homing, of Crittenden
Springs, has returned homo from a
pleasant week's visit to Miss Myrtle
Stone of near Repton.
E. D. Stono, of Repton, was in
Lamps, goblets and tumblers. Fohs
Bourland A Haynes, Fire Insurance,
Marion F. Poguc, chairman .of tho
Democratic County Committee, was in
Marion Tuesday and while hero paid
tho Record-Press office a pleasant visit!
J. H. Orme, J. W. Wilson, R. F.
Haynes, J. W. Lamb, Guy Conyer, C.
0. Kraft and L. Cooperride, attended
the ball game at Madisonvillo Monday.
Wo ar closing out our summer
undorwear at cost. Give us a call.
M. E. Fohs.
Ray Duvall returned Sunday from
Scbree, where he spent two weeks
with his sister, Mrs. White.
Miss Dollio Crowder, of Providence,
is guest of relatives in this city.
Miss Maytno Henry left Monday for
Kuttawn, where she will visit relatives.
Z. A. Bennett is spending a few dnys
at home this week.
Dr. Spencer, President of Snyre Institute
nt Lexington, was in the city
this wook, in the interest of his school.
Watoh our hhow windows thoy aro
always full of bargains for you-Folis.
Miss Mildred Hnnk'in hu. boon quito
siek of typhoid fever Ihw past two
Im C. Runnott, of Fredohlu, puid ub
a pleasant visit Monday.
Soeuro ah lnti protection from fl
and tornudoi - m tin. insumnco :ujrni
. r. fun pay ou for your 0f Bourlaml & Haynes
ur l.'j.o i 'Veriisciui'nt
r r T II 1 o.'hran & Co 1 0 .aril- ,
We do not put these advertisements in tho paper from time to time, merely to
get you to come here and be disappointed, but you will find that we have every
article aa advortiaed. Wo are truo to you, then be true to yourself.
: : STRAW HATS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. : ;
SUMMER DRESS GOODS AT CLOSE OUT PRICES.
Nice Lawns, Silk Tissue, Summer Silks, Voils, Mercerized Poplins, at prices
that are astonishingly low. 5c Lawn 4c; 7Jc Lawn 5c; 10c Lawn 7Jc; 15 cent
Lawn 10c; 25c Lawn 15c; 50c Silk Tissue 25c; 50c Wash Silk 29c.
Fancy Parasols at almost your own prices. THEY MUST GO.
Extra Bargains in EmbroideriesWhite Oxfords at one-half
Regular Price. 2.00 for 1.00; 1.50 for 75c; 1.00 for 50c
superintendent, wis in Motion Friday
and wlilc in town called and
sub.ioribed for the old reliable Record.
Prosh. Mr. Travis is a clever,
courteous gentleman and we fcol tho
Republicans aoted wisely In dcelaring
him thoir standard bearer.
LOST: Friday morning last between
my homo or the postojTico and
tho bridge on SaTcm street a pair of
spataclcs in black
case. Will pay for their return to
me. S. M. Jenkins.
10 and 12i cent Lawns at 7 cents.
Mrs. Prank Wheeler and aon, Master
James Howerton, visUed Mr, and Mrs.
Frank Summcrvltrb at Mattoon Monday.
J.- Henry Porrfsh passed through
town Monday qnroute' to his homo at
A complete line of jewelry now o
display. M. K. Po.bs. .. . t '
Mr. and Mrs, .Robt, Hbriafltell, 'of
Pinckneyville, were. guests of Mr. 1 and
Mrs. Prance Wheeler Sunday.
Call and see my 50 and 60.cent Table
Damask at 42 cents. Henry Stone.
Senator Maxwell gathered some extremely
fine strawberries from his
patch last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Clement, of
Louisville, passed throught town Mon
day enrouto to Fords Ferry, where
they will visit his father.
For sobool supplies go to Fohs.
C. S. Nunn and sister, Miss Virginia,
attended the ball game at Madisonvillo
Come in and look over our china
and glassware departments, Fohs.
Miss Verna Pickens left Monday for
Henderson, where she will be the guest
of Mrs. R. E. Pickens.
Straw Hats at winter prices.
I am agent for tho Hopinsville
Steam Laundry and am hero to stay,
not in ono week and out the next. If
you give me your patronage I shall
apprcciato it and render you a prompt
and satisfactory servioo that will
provo unequalcd. Its Old and Reliable
and besides, is a Kentucky In
stitution. Pleaso savo your laundry
for me and when 1 fail to satisfy you
1 shall not blamo you to then take it
My Stock of Goods must Be Sold.
See mo before you buy. Henry Stono.
Mrs. T.. E. Woods, 'of St. Louis,
arrived Monday and will spond several
weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Kevtl.
.Look at my Clothing. Got tho Priet
and you will buy. llqnry Stone.
Rv. J. B. MoNtplv lidi returned
home frarn Whito Sulphur, in Caldwell
flinty, whir he h . wtwUUia:
the Pastor, IT. '. ., .;j n '
! oni' an. I rcndlcd in number of
You are the Looser
Dr. P. W. Nunn, Dentist Press Bldg. F. W. Nunn, Dentist Press Bldg.
Low Cut Shoes at Low Cut Prices. A large shipment of Granite and
Henry Stone. 'Tinware just received and we arc
Mrs. S. H. Cromwell, of Henderson,
who has been the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Cook, left Monday
It is better to insure your property
today than to regret tomorrow.
Bourland & Haynes.'
Ifjyou want bargains go to J. S.
Mrs. R. H. Woods and daughter,
Miss Fannie,. left-Tuesday for
Where, tfiey will visit hor daughter,
Mrs. Bessie Ice,
For sooks and stockings go to Fohs.
Mr.' and Mrs. J. L. Shrode, of Hopkins
vjlle, who have "been visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Doss, left
Wednesday for Chris ney, IncL, where
they will spend two weeks with his
$L6d Hats for 50 cent at J. S.
McMurray'a store. .
Nowtia the time to insure your prop
erty, Delays are dangerous.
Bourland & Haynes.
Mr., and Mrs. A. H, Travis spent
Sunday at the country home of Mr.
and Mrs. Guess.
All kinds of prices on cups and
saucers and plates at Fohs'.
Miss Margaret Blackman, of Evans-ville,
who has been the guest of Mfsses
Maude and Bernico Driskill, left Mon
day for home.
Miss Maymo Steele, who has been
the guest of friends in Salem, returned
Two tablets for 5 cts., Fohs.
Tho biggest aud best lino of shirts
over in town at M. E. Fohs.
WANTED a farm of from 150
to 200 acres, havo between $3000.00
and $4,000.00 to pay down. Addross
W. E. Bkit,
J. S. McMurray will you $2.00 men's
Slippers for $1.25.
Mrs. I. Gottstein and daughter, MIsb
Bulah, of Chicago, are tho guests of
her brother, A. Singer. Mr. Gottstein
came down Sunday, but returned.
Sido combs, back combs and barettcs
at tho Mine.
Tableland pencil 5 cts., Kohe.
FOR SALK:Onc hundred and
fifty bu?hcls of corn at one cent per
pound at crib. .1. M. Phillips,
$1.00 Ladies Shirt Wnista nt J. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Chaetor Nimmo, of St.
Louis, were culled homo on the account
of the death of hlssistor, Mitu Rubona,
but arrived too lnte for tho burial.
L. E. GuttjM, of Tolu.
ing The wu an inturestintr ' an ustunishing low piui" Come hih
whs in the
Aii kind ut tuitt't op
M.' "tin slock of !.!- )roimr at
o i .--Vun m of these splendid bargains
ing to sell it at our regular Ilock
I Bottom prices, remember tho supply
is nmiiea so brst como first served.
M. E. Fohs.
The County Committee of the Stemming
District Tobacco Association will
meet Saturday, August 7th, 1909, to
elect a chairman for the ensuing year.
Meet in Court House at Marion, at 1
o'clock p. m. W. B. Rankin,
Mrs. E. H. Martin, a very highly
respected wobuh, ,4ied ather home in
Sullivan Pridajr, interment taking place
Saturday at Sullivan cemetery. Mrs.
Martin was tno mother of Campbell
Martin, a prominent farmer, speculator
and Mine owner.
C. H. Wilson, our worthy postmaster.
made a trip to Sullivan Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Moore, of Grove
Center, spent Sunday with their daughter,
Mrs. N. E. Calmes.
Mrs. C. D. Harper was the guest of
Mrs. N. E. Calmes Sunday.
Rev. J. C. Midyett returned from a
trip to Owensboro and Henderson Sunday
in the interest of the 0. V. College.
C. D. Harper and Capt. Dan Brooks
went to Geiger's Lake Saturday for a
day and night's fishing.
Guy Brooks, a prominent traveling
salesman, spent Sunday with his family
Dr. J. 0. McGauley spent Sunday in
Will Quinn, a prominent grain man
ofSturgis, was in Blackford Sunday.
Jep Shouse, one of the wealthiest
farmers of the county, was in Black -
, ford Sunday.
J. T. Kemp and wife, of Crittenden
county near Blackford, spent Sunday
with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Holt returned
Sunday from a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Craf ton at Henderson.
Miss Jenet Smith, of Clay, Is visiting
Miss Lila Holt.
Misses Viola and Katie Hop good, of
Morganfield, are visiting nt Mrs. Josie
Miss Bella Thompson returned Wednesday
from a visit to her aunt, Mrs.
Alva Taylor, in Central City.
G. B. Simpson, Jr., took his family
in his automobile Friday to Henderson
to attend the fnir.
Misses Lulu Leicjh and Nonnie Belle
Berry returned Thursday from a visit
to Miss Archio Campbell nt Morgan-field.
Miss Vernon Cnlmos and brother
Robert left Sunday to spend n wook
with their grandparents at Grove
Dr. Harris, of BoxviUe, spent Sun-1
day with his aunt. Mrs. Fred Alloway.
Mrs. Addi ' !tchnmp and aon Wil-1
!hm a", vrm " M-- V p thiJ
If you do not tak advantage of these bar- lw
gains in the best 2T
In Marion, vou will finri in;r uhar ur nrfuorticeH nf
prices stated iS?
l ! i i :a.
Ladies $3.50 Oxfords $2.50 - Ladies $3.00 Oxfords $2.25 rfe
" 2.50 Pumps 1.75 - " 2.00 " 1.50 S.
1.75 Oxfords 1.25 "
- 1.50 1.15 g
$3.00 Oxbloods $2.00. jtL
And remember that you can also save money on Men's, Boys and W
Childrens Oxfords. Ito
tr t w .Nunn, uontist rresa iiwg.
dinger, proprietor of tho New
rk Bargain Store, intends adding
itilinery department Sept. 1.
Dr. P W. Nunn, Dentist Press Bldg. SDr. F. W Nunn, Dentist Press Bldg
I V. I T,,..,. nf ItnlU Minp uhn
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is the Republican nominoo for school
Mrs. C. B. Hina and children returned
home Friday from a two weeks' "visit
to relatives in Tolu.
Mrs. Belle Sheffer and daughter
loft Monday for Leavenworth. Ind.,
to spend the remainder of the summer.
No Remedy For Stomach Distress
And Indigestion so Perfect. , 1
A scientific pressription for
dyspepsia put up in small tablet
form and called Mi-o-na is making
thousands of quick lasting cures
There is no stomach disease (oven
catarrh of the stomach) that it is not
guaranteed td euro, Haynes '&
Taylor has so muoh faith in Mi-o-na
fof stomach disorders of all kinds
that thoy will refund your money if
it does not euro,
Mi-o-na. the faultless prescription,
s'ops sour stomaob, belching
of gas, distress after eating, heart-'
burn, biliousness and nervousness.
It is well Worth a trial by any
roadcr of tho who 'suffers
from any stomaeh disturbance.
It contains ingredients that not only
give relief but that act on the stomach
so beneficially that in a short
ime the flabby, tired out walls of the
stomach regain their strength and
Try Mi-o-na for a week: misery
will change to happiness; despare to
hope, dull eyes to bright and you
will yourself wonder why you suffered
so long with such a remarkable
And only 50 cents for a large box'
at leading druggists everywhere. 9-11
Wo do not know of any other pill
that is as good as DflWitfs Little
Early Risers, the famous liulo liver
pills small, goutle, pleasant and
sure pills with a repntation. 8old by
all druggists. Sept 1
We have been succesfull because
we have a style and distinction
to our printing that tho ordinary
man didn't have the talent
or inclination to give. We have
cut out for ourselves and individuality
You have the snme thing; you
have individuality. It sticks out;
when a person hears something
you have said, ho says, "That
sounds like Brown." It's same
way with your printing. Does it
impress with a distinction or stylo?
If not you should tolophone or
J, G BOURLAND
Marian, ,. Knitu;k