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Look first for Quality, Style and Fit
then the best of all the PRICE
will tickle you. Some broken
lots broken prices
$20.00 Suits $15.
17. '" 12.50
15. " 10.00
12.50 " 8.50
1o.oo " 6.50
9. " 6.
c . a on
?5.00 Pants at 3.25
H.m " 2.75
2 50 " 175
A SO IT'S
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; F w Nunn, Dentist Praa Bklg.
IriWind. of AaoUtoo. Mo., is
M.inr rrUiitM her.
P f l'iiart K GrasW. of Hook
Hi ! Mi . iii Marion Mndy
I-o at my ClothiNg. Gt tho Prir
am! u will iHty. Honry Stono.
Mm. .! OHvo is the guot of
her -ad Mr. ltd Olive ami family of
IV i, t forget to sttond the Mnjontic
Kancr DonionMratlon at our More,
Auc '. II T. H. Cochjan A- Co
Mr Duke Hcttis and daughter,
Mim Mytno, of Collogc Park Ga.,
were in the city enrouto to Sheridan
wher they will visit.
1 i ami 12 cent Lawns nt 7J cents.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wrldon and
little daughter Thclma, of St. Louis,
arr'ved Saturday and Will visit rola.
live here and Sheridan for several
If you want bargains go to J. S. (
Mrs. J. II. Hubbard and daughter
Mrs. W. OaUarnahan, arc guests of
relatives and friends in Shady Grove
Buy a range with a reputation,
and take advantage of our Kroo Offer
during our Demonstration Weil,
Aug. 9-11, Conio in and let us
show you. T. H. Cocluan & Co.
Mr. 1). II. Kevil, of Sikcston, Mo.,
is his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. II. Kevil.
Highest price paid for your iron
and junk. A. Sinokii, Marion, Ky,
Wo have been succesfull because
we have u style nnd distinction
to our printing that tho ordinary
man didn't have tho talent
or inclination to give. We have
cut out for ourselves and individuality-
You have the same thing; you
have individuality. It sticks out;
when a person hears uomothing
you have said, ho says, '"That
sounds like Drown." It'n same
way with your printing. Docs it
impress with a distinction or style?
If not you should telophono or
Marion, v Kentucky.
7.50 Boys Suits 4.00
6.50 " " 3.75
5.00 " " 3.00
4.00 " " 2.50
3. " " 2.00
2.50 " " 1.25
2. " " 1-00
AT ODD PRICES
4.00 Pants 3.05
8.00 " 2.26
1.50 " 1.15
IP TO YOU
Dr V W Nu.in. Prior Bldg
Mouday wax county ouurt day attd
it proved a busy one for August.
The crowd oonsittcd of tho
all pwtious of JL'ritttndou, with
a number from Union, Cnltlwoll,
W'objter mid Livingston oouutii.
The order of bu&ineas the eonvoHing
of th eoRHly conrl, with .Judge
IllaeLbiirn on the bench, of land
buI at by (.'oinmisMoiuT Hoblioster,
of liirso and mule sales, horue
traaiiiR. watermelon soll'ng, preaching
in tho court house yard and,
for so large a orowd, was tho mo.st
peaceable one wo ever saw. It
proved to be a great day for our
merchants, mpcaially our advertisers.
Wo will give tho records of
the court Friday.
I am agent for the Hopk insville
Steam Iaundry and am here to stay,
not in one week and out the next. If
you give mo your patronage I shall
appreciate it and render you a prompt
and satisfactory service that will
prove uncqualcd. Its Old and Ho-liable
and besides, is a Kentucky ln
utitution. I'lcaso avo your laundry
for me and whou 1 fail to satisfy you
I shall not blame you to then take it
SALE FOR SCHOOL TAX.
By virtue of Taxes due Marion
Grades! School District. No. 27, of
Crittenden county, Kentucky. I will
on Monday, September 13th, 1909, it
being the first day of a regular term
of tho Chittenden County Court, nt
tho Court House door in Marion, Ky.,
between the hours of 10 a. m., nnd 2
o'clock p. m., exposed to public sale to
the highest bidder, for cash in hand,
the following property or so much
thereof as will bo necessary to satisfy
the taxes nnd costs, nnd assessed in
the following names viz:
Adams Geo. II. one house nnd
lot in Marion. Ky., taxes for 1909 $ S.70
Butler A. J. one house nnd lot
in Marion, Ky., taxes for 1908
and 1909. 12.8
Bryant David L. one house nnd
lot in Mnrion, Ky., taxes for 1903
nnd 1909 20.10
Boston Nannie K. one house and
lot in Marion, Ky., taxes for
1908 and 1909 11.80
Brantley Mrs. D. T. one house
and lot in Mnrion, Ky., taxes for
1908 nnd 1909 3.15
Cardwcll C. B. one trnct of
land near Marion, Ky., taxes for
Champion J, B. one house and
lot in Marion, Ky., taxes for 1908
and 1909 9.35
Casidy Mrs. M. A. one parcel
of land on West Depot strut, in
Marion, Ky., taxes for 1907-8 and
Casidy S. H. & Co., one house .
nnd lot in Marion, Ky., taxes for
1907 and 1908 1.35
Gilbert J. G. one house and lot
in Marion, Ky., taxes for 1906-7
8 and 1909 27.30
Glora Rube, one house and lot
in Marion, Ky., taxea for 1907-8
and 1909 .11.25
Glore Minner ono houso and lot
in Marlon, Ky., taxea for 1908
and 1909 8.80
Guess C. M. one house and lot
.mil'mUtbfn 'tiWi. - . T -.
Wo do not put these advertisements in the paper from time to time, merely to
get you to come here nnd be disappointed, but you will find that we have every
article ns advertised. We are true to you, then be true to yourself.
: ; STRAW HATS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES : :
SUMMER DRESS GOODS AT CLOSE OUT PRICES.
Nice Lawnw, Silk Tissue, Summer Silks, Voils, Mercerized Poplins, at prices
that are astonbhinglv low. Cc Lnwn 4c; 7ic Lawn Be; 10c Lawn7Jc; IB cent
Lawn 10c, 25c Lawn 15c; COc Silk Tissue 25c; 50c Wash Silk 29c.
Fancy Paranoia at T almost youf own- prices. "THEY MUST GO.
Extra Bargains in Embroideries White Oxfords at
Regular Price. 2.00 for 1.00; 1.50 for 75c; 1.00 for 50c
I fp f I f WT Bf
in Kv , taxea for 19
unl l;" 15.15
Henry Jam one house nnd lot
in Mnrion, Ky., tnxos for
and 1909 S.1J5
Jainf John S. one housa and
kit in Marlon, Ky . tnxon for
1907-K himI 1909 12.00
Jmnoa L. T. one homo lot in
Marion. Ky.. Uixoa for 1007-8-0 S.C0
Bead Mrs. M. M ono houso ami
lot in Marlon, Kw.Uixos for 100S
Bankln J. L. one houtie jind lot
in Marion, Ky.. tnxos for 1901-1908
and 1909 22.90
Kankin W. B. one house nnd
lot in Marion. Ky., taxes for 1900
7-S-9 (balance) 11.00
Bowlnnd E. B. one house nnd
lot in Marion, Ky., taxes for 190S 5.35
Samuels W. L. one hsuse nnd
lot in Marion, Ky., taxes for 1909 4.C5
Travis T. G. ono house nnd lot
in Marion, Ky., taxes for 7.50
Vick. ,Mrs. N. E. one house and
lot in Mnrion. Kv., taxes for 1909 4.10
Valkcr W. B. Walker one
house and lot in Mnrion, Ky.,
taxes for 1908 7.10
Wright J. T. one house nnd lot
in Mnrion, Ky.. taxes for 1901-5-
C-7-8 and 1909. 3.50
This, July 16th, 1909.
H. A. Haynks, Treasurer,
Marion Graded School District. No. 27
J. G. ROCHESTER
Lawykk And Commissionkk
Of Crittenden Circuit Court,
Office In Count House yakd.
MARION ELEC LIGHT
S, ICE COMPANY.
S. M. Jenkins, President.
BLUE & NUNN
Attorneys at law
Practice In Alt Tho Courts.
Special Attention To Collections,
Office up.stairs in tostoffice uld'g.
T. C. STONE
THE NATIONAL MONTHLY,
Norman E. Mack, Editor.
Ofwce With Record-Preps.
WALTER A. BLACKBURN
Attorney at law and Judge of the
Crittenden Circuit Court.
Practice in The Circuit Court and
Court of Appeals.
Collections Given Promit Attention.
Office In Court House.
J. C. SPEECE
Proprietor of a restaurant
All kinds of soft drinks. Meals at all
hours. Take special care of my Customers.
Salem St., - - Marion, Ky.
CITY BARBER SHOP
WALTER McCONNELL. Prop.,
J. A. MOCABEE, Assistant.
Jenkins Building, Carlisle Street.
HENRY & HENRY
High Grade Marblb, Granite and
White Limestone Monuments,
J. H. ORME DRUGGIST
Dealer In ,
Paints, Oil and Wall Paper,
Prescriptions filled day and night.
LlP 3 B 0m l
&. J 5.j ,tJ L2 feii .J t 2&.U.
DO NOT WAIT!!
These special prices have1 only been in force only two weeks, and many lots have been closed out. Now we have
added many other lots to keep things moving, and rest assured of one thing, and that is: You will find every)
article as advertised. 2 f
Look ! ; Listen !
Ladies $3.50 Oxfords $2.50 - Ladies $3.00 Oxfords $2.25
2.50 1.75 " "
Pumps - 2.00 1.50
1.75 Oxfords 1.25 - " 1.50 " 1.15
$3.00 Oxbloods $2.00.
And remember that you can also save money on Men's, Boys and
T?f rr rsr
MARION MILLING CO.
J. H. Ormb, President,
I). B. Kkvil, Vice Ppkbiihint.
A. M. McConnkll, Manaohr,
H. I. Nunn, Sec'v.. andTrrah.
Capacity. KM) harrkl per day.
T. H. COCHRAN & CO.
Hardware, farm implements, wagons,
lime and cement.
Jno. W. Blue, President,
Sam Gugenheim, Vice President,
T. J. Yandell, Cashier,
D. Woods Ass't Cashier.
Capital stock and surplus $40,000.
Wm. Fowler, President,
E. J. Hayward, Cashier,
J. B. Huhimrd. Ass't Cashier,
W. E. Carnahan, " "
Dry goods, clothing, ladies and
mens furnishing goods, men and
ladies shoes. etc.
Corner Main and Carlisle Street.
MJSS LEAFFA WILBORN
All The Leading Daily Papers.
Office in Jenkins Bldg.
MISS MARY CAMERON
POSTAL TELEGRAPH CO.
THE UP-TO-DATE CONFECTIONERY,
FANCY GROCERIES RESTAURANT
Agent for coca cola and soft-drinks.
All Orders Filled Promptly.
IMETZ & MYERS
Hot and Cold Baths, Electric
Hotel Crittenden, Bldg Carlisle St
MARION SADDLERY CO.
D. B. MOORE, Manager.
Saddlery, Harness and all Kinds
of Repair Work.
MOORE &. MOORE
Attorneys at Law
Practice in nil the Courts and Court of
Appeals. Special Attention Given to
Q. M. CoNYER, Proprietor.
Good Table, Good Beds, Good Sample
Rooms. Rates $2, 00 per Day. Located
in a Splendid Town in the Richest Fluor
spar, Zinc and Lead County in Kentucky
and the Headquarters for Mine
Investors and Prospectors.
Machinists and Plumbers
Mill, Mine and Farm Machinery, Pipe
and Pipo Fittings, Belting, Packing,
Valves, Oils, etc. Agents for J. I.
Case and Frirk Saw Mill and Threshing
You are the Loser
If you do not take advantage of these wttt 49
gains in the best
in Marion, you will find just
Ollice Rooms Nos. 1 and 2 over
T. A. RANKIN
General groceries, Tobacco, Cigars.
Staple and Fancy Groceries and
Special Attention. Pnid
to the Cold Drink trade. Located on
Depot Street near I. C. Depot.
J. N. BOSTON
Hardwood Lumber, All Kinds of Building
Material, Doors, Sash, Composition
Roofing, Iron Roofing, Tin and Wood
Shingles, Cement and builders' Hardware.
Marion, - - - Kentucky.
MARION ICE CO
C. W. Metcalf, Proprietor.
Marion, ... Kentucky.
MORRIS & YATES
Generar Line of Groceries, Queens,
Glass and Graniteware.
HIGH-GRADE CANNED GOODS
AND COFFEE A SPFCIALTY.
NUNN & TUCKER
Furniture, coffins and caskets,
paints, oils and window shades.
J. C. BOURLAND
Printing, Binding and Ingraving,
Carlisle Street, Op., Postoffice.
BOURLAND & HAYNES
Fire, life, accident, steam boiler,
Plate glass and Casualty.
R. F. DORR
Furniture-Upholstering a Specialty.
Undertaker and Embalmer, Fine Coffins
nnd Caskets. Nice Funeral Car.
Carlisle St., Opposite Court House.
J. BELL KEVIL
Lawyer and Ahstr acting
Office No. 5, in Jenkins Bldg.
OLIVE &. WALKER
Hardware,' Farm Impliments, Farm
Machinery, Wagons, Buggies, Lime
In frbnt of Court House.
II. A. RAMAGE
Tin and Galvanized Iron Work, Roofing
and Guttering. All Work Guaranteed
to Give Satisfaction.
Cor. Carlisle and College Streets,
Marion, -" - - Kentucky.
J. B. GRISS0M
Marion Produce House.
Poultry, Eggs, Butter, Hides and
315 N. .Main St., Marion, Ky.
CRIDER &. WOODS
Insurance. . -
Agents for the Farm Department iof
tho Home Insurance Co., of N. Y.
Up stairs in Post Office Building,
'Marion, ... Kentucky.
v I? Jv ,
what we advertised at f
We are authorized to sell tho old
Southern Prosbyterian church building
and lot in 1'redonia, Ky.
Those desiring to purchase will
please mail bids for same to J. W.
Blue, Jr., of Marion, Ky., before tho
lfith of August 1909.
As tho abovo property has been
sold, no bids will be received,
. Chas. Eldred,
J. W. Blue.
Straw Hats at winter prices.
Through the courtesy of members
of the Board of the Crittenden Stemming
District Association, we were
invited to be present at their meeting
in the court hause Saturday
afternoon. This Board, composing
a body of elegant gentlemen, had a
profitable as well as harmonious
mooting and are feeling to bo in the
most prosperous and satisfactory
stage in the history of the Association.
Thanks, gentlemen, we will
be glad to be with you again and
anything we can do for you will be
All persons having claims against
ihe estate of Fred M. Nesbitt,
deceased, will present them properly
proven on or before Aug. 21st, 1909.
11 4t A. L. Sullivan, Adm't.
J. S. McMurray will you $2.00 men's
Slippers for $1.25.
I will on Saturday, Aug. 21st,
offer for salo to the highest bidder,
at Blackford, Ky., 2 horses, 1 wag.
on, 1 surry, (i buggies, 1 sot of
farming tools, 1 set of blacksmith
tool", 1 jinnette, 1 jack ono year oll,
7 sets of harness. Terms madflfi"
known on day of ale.
11 4t A. L. Sullivan.
WARNING TO SABBATH BREAKERS.
I am informed that some of our
business men are violating the ordinance
against doing business on tho
Sabbath day I ask the citizens of
tho town to help to enforce this law
and to notify the oity attorney of any
violations so tho violators may be
J. W. Bluk, Mayor.
All persons having claims against
the estate of P. H. Woodsides,
deceased, willfile samo proporly
proven with tho undersigned on or
before Soptf 1st; 1909, or be forever
bard. This, Aug. th, 1909.
H. S. Wiikklr, Exeoutor estate of
P. II. Woodsides.