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The only difference you can
to measure" suits Is the PRICES. We want you to come
andexamlne them whether you Duy or nut
We have set down
on the High Prices
and are ready to
turn the 'Dog Loose'
It will pay you well
too see our line before
We are agents for
the Standard Patterns
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Dr. F. w. Nunn, Dentist Press Bldg.
Miss Lucile Nunn, of HenBhaw,
has returned to this city to attend
Go ti Hayncs and Taylor's for
Miss Mary Cameron left Sunday
for Princeton and Paducah, where
she will visit Iricnds.
Goto Uaynes & Taylor's for you
Jake Karris, of Salem, was in
town Monday enrouto to Bowling
Green whero ho will enter school.
School books, school pencils,
copying boots, drawing paper, school
scaehcls, straps and everything your
child is likely to need at J. H.
Ormc's drugstore, Marion, Ky.
Dr. H. R. Royalty, of Louisville,
was in the city Monday enrouto home
Hayncs & Taylor have n complet
line of school books, tablets, pencils,
Mrs. Allen, of Morganficld, is the
.,.at n( lioraistnr. Mrs. P. T. Sillier.
To prepare your children for the
opening day of the school, Sept. 6,
go to Ormc's and have him help
you. He has what they need.
Miss Ncllc Williams, who has been
tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Sam
Gugenhcim, left Monday for her
homo in Providcnco,
For every ten cents you spend
with Morris & Yates you get a gold
stamp. Thoy are worth something
to you as you will see from the boot
furnished you ou request.
Dr. F. W. Nu.in, Dentist Press Bldg.
Miss ltuth Cook left Tuesday for
Lexington, whero she will enter
Little Miss Louis Pickens arrived
Sunday and will mako her home with
Mr. and Mrs. Creed Taylor.
BOARDERS WANTED. Hatos
reasonable. Mna. A. b. UANNAN.
' Miss Annie Dean, Messrs. Gray
Rochester, Sylvan Price and Jones
Gill, left Tuesday for Lexington,
whero they will attend State College.
J. H. Orme wants you to come
to sec him for Sshool Suplies.
Miss Maggie Terry left Wednes
day for Dixon where sho will spend
several days with Mrs. A.
FOR SALE: Scholarship in Bowling
Green Business University.
S. M. JENKINS.
Mrs. R. Henry Terry left. Wed.
ncsday for Dixon to visit Mrs. A.
Havncs & Taylor are prepared to
supply your every want in every line
known to the drug trade.
Miss A'clma Mayc, of Shady
Grove, is tho guest of her aunt, Mrs.
J. B. Hubbard.
Go to Haynes &c Taylor for your
School Book?. They are
for ovcry thing you need.
Miss Hurst was called to her home
on account of the sickness of her
father, Rev. T. M. Hurst, of Sturgis.
FOR RENT: A good t four room
house on East Depot St., with all
necessary out buildings and good
cistern. Apply to W. 11. Gums.
lS'itp Sheridan, Ky.
Mrs. J. E. Chittenden and children,
of Louisville, who havo been
the guests of hor father, G. F. Williams,
left Friday for home.
Morris & Yates is the place to by
cheap, fresh, cleau goods.
Mr, dear Menoh, of Evansvillc,
was the guest of relatives in this city
the first of the week.
TU Tiruioia Nunn, of Frankfort,
who has been the guest of her relatives
here, left Saturday for home.
Tavlnr & Cannan's new goods are
coming in for the fall and winter
trade. Go see them.
Mrs. W. D. Crowcll left Wednesday
for Blackford where sho will
Nunn & Tucker havo some splendid
bargains for you in furniture.
Go sec them.
Tom Cameron has accepted a position
as agent and operator for the I.
C. Railroad Co, at Frccport, 111.,
near Chicago. He left Wednesday
for his new assignment.
Miss Addic Jasper has just returned
from Cincinnati to take charge
ol the trimming department of Mrs.
L. M. Davidsons fashionable milli
Mrs. Vernon Oaklav left Thursday
for her new home in Clay. Ky.
Miss Ada Hughes who ha ucon
visiting her lather, L. L. Hughes,
left Thursday for her home in
Miss Withorspoon, of Emporin,
Kan., who has been the guest of
relatives here, left Thursday for
Sullenger Bros., shipped eighty-three
fine Southdown sheep to
Sullengcr Bros., drove some line
hogs through Marion Wednesday that
were unmarked wnich is evidenco ot
honest people where they were raised.
Misses Kittic, Frances and Ellis
Gray and Leaffa Wilborn spent Saturday
w4th Miss Emma Terry.
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THE BEST evcr 5
We are always strivM . n a. BE ST , M "J- j -, fcUTSl tt"S !
ave opened up the most com,, " rXTI -i tat we are rijht. W
We want to call your attention especially to our
Miss Mabelle Minncr entertained a
few of hcrfrionds last Tuesday night
in honor of her guests, Miss Florence
Mai Hurst and Kenneth G. Uavis,
Do not fail to attend the
demonstration today at Nunn
Supt. Charles Evans, of Ardmorc,
was in the city last week mingling
with his many friends. Ho has been
conducting institutes in the State
and came hero on his return.
When you want fire insurance, go
to Hubbard & Carnahan.
Mrs. Sara Gcgcnheim and son,
Samuel, aro visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Williams, ot
Seo D. B. Moore for a fine set of
harness, single or double, or a good
Sam Gugenhoim left Sunday for
St. Louis, to buy tho fall and winter
stock for Yandcll, Gugenhetm & Lo.
Olive & Walker have a splendid
line of hardware and sadlcry. Go in
and see them while waiting for the
big street parade.
Miss Adelaide Jasper, of
lnd., arrived Friday and will
trim for Mrs. Davidson.
WANTED. To buy a small farm
heap lor cash. R. L. Moore,
Marion, Ky. IS -It
Albert L. Elder and wife, of Alden.
Iowa, who have been visitiug their
parents and other relatives and
friends in town and the country,
lcftlor home yctorday. Mr. Elder
has a position with tho I. C. rail.
While waiting for the street
parade Lf th j great John Robinson
show today, tako a look at tho big
shoo display m tho nicely trimmed
show windows of the Yandcll
line of La-
dies ana mi&e ,.-. .,...
. ... u :e dmhu Rtvii;h and of good material, that
Don't go to the show to take the
children and then leave tho children
at home, but take them, and when
Sunday comes take them to Sunday
school with just as much pleasure.
There is nothing wrong in cither.
It costs you something to visit Jno.
Robinson's show and it need cost
you nothing to go to the lattor.
League Program For Sept. 12th.
Subject: "Connecting with the
source of power.'
Leader: Medley Cannan.
Prayer, followed by song.
Rosponsivo Reading Psalm 1)1.
Scripturo Reading, Matt. U:20-22
Mark 3:25-34 Luke
Open Meeting for voluntary talks.
Song, special music.
FARM FOR SALE.
1 have a good farm for sale on the
Morganficld road, three and one half
miics from Marion, known as the
It. I Nuun faim and containing 1I56
acres, all ot which is in a high state
of cultivation, under good lence,
well watered, four-room house good
stable and large tobacco barn, all of
which arc new. This is abargain.
address J. N. Boston,
MAGISTERIAL DEMOCRATIC CALL
The whole Committee of the Sha
dy Grove and Pincy precincts are
requested to meet at Shady Grove at
1 o'clock Saturday evening, Sept. 11
for the purpose of nominating candi
dates for the olhco of Magistrate ana
Constable of said prccicets. .
Marion Fohd, Chairman
Howard Pmi.ii's ,,
If you want a w 'VTl ', , fft ftnmft anri Iook over I h r r.rtainlv in oosi
will not Rob Your il win m"j r i -
our line, we'll save you money. 1 tion to serve you in this line
Boys school suits
t prices that are
Come see them
and save money.
Seeour line of Hats
We are always to the
front with dress
New Woolens, Silks, Suit
inland Ginghams. We
want to show them! you
want to see them! So
NewBelts.Co liars, scarfs
Belt Pins and Hat Pins.
TAYLOR & CAN1MAIM
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CarpetS, RugS I We are especially careful to
a j. 1 buy the very best shoes,
thereby giving you better
quality for the same money
than you find elsewhere and
any shoe that we
tn vnn we stand be-
eS NeWUlingS I hind You save money by
Curtain LaCeS. buying your shoes here.
v We carry Warner's Rust Proof
S Corsets in stock at 1.00 and order
j special anything you want up to iu
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Sunday School Convention.
The Crittenden County Sabbath
School Convention was held on last
Monday and Tuesday in tho Chapel
of the Graded School building and
while there was no large crowd in
attendance, it proved a success for
what it was called; the promotion of
the Sunday Schools. It was a suc
cessful coming together of laborers
n God s vinoyard. The report from
the Secretary failed to reach ns and
as we trusted them for this, the report
is therefore very meager.
The officers elected for the ensuing
Prcs., Ed F. Dean, Vice Pros.,
Rev. J. W. Flynn, County Secy.,
Jas. Alex Hill, Supt.. Elementary
Dcpt , Mrs. H. K. Wood, Supt.,
Intermediate Dept., H. D. Pollard.
Runt.. Adult Dept., R. L. Moore,
Supt. Visitation Dept., Mrs
Cridcr Supt. Organization
Miss Nellie Walker, Supt.
tional Dept., J. R. Gloss.
$5.00 In Cash.
Commencing J aturday, Aug. 2Sth,
I will give a ticket for every one
dollar purchase, or the same paid ou
account, entitling holder to a chance
to win the $.".00 cash prize to be
given away every other Saturday.
I Remember this applies to caili on
account as Well a cash purchases.
A. S. Cavkndku,
Main street, Marion. Ky.
A four room house, good well.
ood cellar, stables and out building.-,
4A acres of ground, lasting stock
water. Most of tho land is covered
with blue Las apples, peaches,
pears and strawberries. Only ten
minutes walk from town.
11, 1 mp Marion, Ky.
For the Best Geo. Delker Buggy: Best Studebaker Wagon;- Best Majestic Range;
Best Keen Kutter Kuttlery and in Fact everything in the Hardware line
That Any Hardware Merchant Ever Kept Go To
H. Cochran & ?j$S a"" ffr Co C i
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