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"Fall In Line" for Fall Goods!!
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for LESS MONEY than you get elsewhere. Now fall in line with hundreds of others P
We are Still at
All we ask of you is come
see our clothing. Examine
it closely, get our price, and
then we will be satisfied to
abide nA" the results. But we
do want you to see It and
examine it closely. It will be
to your interest.
We are agents for
the Standard Patterns
Coat Suits, Seperate Coats and Cloaks for Ladies.
ASK TO SEE THEM
We have some
extra values In
boys school Suits
Sec them if you
want the best in
the county for the
Fall in Line.
Well ! Well !! Just come and see.
Newest Shades, and we certainly
that will interest you.
have the price
New Line of Druggets.
TAYLOR & CANNAN
Newest things in
Belts, Com bs,
pins, Duches Collars,
Bands, Jet Button,
Well we can't men
tion them all Come
Fall and Win- )
ter Shoes Z.
The kind that wear well
Fit well, and Look well.
We have them for all
size feet, for
Men, Women, Boys
Ask those who have already
tried our shoes
We are not afraid of
We carry Warner's Rust Proof
Corsets in stock at 1.00 and order
special anything you want up to $10
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pr. F w. Nunn, Dont.st Press Bldg.
I 0 rider, of Frudoma. was
Ilia Ora Hodges is upending tho
k with relatives in Nashville.
I, II Urine want you to come
fee him for S'hool Suplics.
llr. Franklin Wolfe and children,
rn ll ill, arc visiting friends in
Ianen t Taylor aro prcparod to
rlV YTir every want in overy lino
iwn t' the drui; trade.
Perry, of Owenton, lent us
riptiou last wool".
It - Iiillic Cool arrivod from
v at Monday.
hi ddie Jasper spent Sunday
It in I'awson.
I.iniK Sali u Howlrr
It i i. lor wall bv.
R II Kemp. Marion, Ky.
1 rmu'ck (J ray loft Sunday for
it i HI , whore she will onier
i r l'ird Kerr j rod nonr
(r - ine pnral. Kinder
, c.i i ii.'iw ham at Hourins
Mr. M. C. Lsftan.
I' aril Mrs. Wilbur Haynos loft
av fr IVtosky, Mich. Tlmy
h ".i hmI to see Mr Haynos' sis-
Mis- Uuth Croft, who has
li l lever.
lee I) B Moore for n fine ot o
Jncs Mingle or double, or a good
is Kill Gray left Thiir8il.iv for
Louis, whero she oxpocts to
In several month. She will bo
lor tin enre of a spoomlist.
'hen you want liro insurance, io
lubbard & Cnrnahan.
I' Mary Doboo loft Thursday lor
Biville, where sho will nttond Hoi
st nil .if it
Ir and Mrs. Frank Poss, of
lectori, spont Sunday wtth his
ints, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. K. Doss.
lisHcs Mao Travis and Gwendo-
Haynca loft Thursday for Nash-
I, where thoy will enter Ward
r. nnd Mrs. II. K. Olivo and
', of Eddyvillc, aro tho guests
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesso
laynos & Taylor havo full lino of
iol books, school supplies and
ad to you an invitation to come
Dr. F. W. Nu.in, Dentist Press P'd'g
Prof .1. W. Hacoc now teaching
tho school at Kmtnaus, ordered the
Uccord -Press to continue to visit
hi in another year.
Hcv. .1. H. MeNooly, of this county,
has been selected to assist in a
protracted meeting at Lamb, 111.
Go to Hayncs A: Tay lor for your
School Hook. They aro
for every thing you need.
We are in receipt of a dollar from
Mrs. T. .). Wrinte. of Paducah' Tor
tho one year. Mrs.
Wrin: has been visiting relatives
noar Kmmaus the past week.
I. W. Hell handed us his subscrip
tion Saturdaj for the Record-Press.
Ilaynus & Tnylor have n complet
lino of school books, tablets, pencils,
K. E. Hoard subscribed for the
W. II. Hrown, of Salem, was added
to our list of yearly
Go to H, II, Kemp for the
Fortolizur. It's the host.
Mrs. Will Crawford and little
daughter, Wiltna, of Tolu, wore
guests of frionds hor, the first -of
Go to Haynos aetl Taylor's for
Hogiuald Grisby, of Hard&town,
rp"t Sunday with friends in this
Nunn A' Tuokor have some splendid
bargains for you in furniture.
Go soo thorn.
Dr. nnd Mrs. .J. 1). Molt, of Under,
wore guests oi Mr. nnd Mrs. T.
J. U. Lindsoy gavo us his sub
sunptiou last wool.
Alliu Hughes ronowed his sub
scription to the
To prepnro your ohildrou Tor tho
opening dny of tho Hchool, Sept. (i,
go to Orme's and have him help
you. Ho has what they need.
II. L. McConnoIl gavo us his
Inst week for tho
to visit him at Hlackford.
Goto Uaynes it Taylor's for you
,1, Hoatty Terry returned Tuesday
morning from Louisville and tho
Capitol City, Frankfort.
I want to thank all of my customers
for past favors, and beg to
solicit your trado again. .
M. Cophor. proprietor of ono of
tho host bakory and oonfeotionarics
m Marion, is visiting his daughtor
at Harnsbvjrg, 111., aud mother nt
Marion, III. During his absonco his
daughter, Miss Daisy, is capably
managing his business.
Como to Mrs. Love's Millinery
Opening, Sept. 2ilth and IlOth.
S. N. Henry, of Charleston, Mo.,
was added to our list of yearly subscribers
We arc in receipt of a dollar from
G rover C. Fuller, of Worder, Wash.,
for the Uccord Press another year.
Mrs. Lovo will on tho 2llth and
:11th, of Sept. display her Pattern
Store keeper, C. H. Harrison,
shipped out Monday three barrels of
tho 'J'J'.l barrels of whisky in the
bonded warehouse at Marion.
School book, school pencils,
copying booKs, drawing paper, school
scachcls, straps and everything your
child is likely to need at J. II.
Orme's drugstore, Marion, Ky.
Mrs. .1. T. Cohchran left Monday
for Nashville, Tcnu., where sho will
visit her son, George Cochian, and
Preserve your roof by painting it
cither Red or Green paint ground in
oil. Sold by T. H. Cochhan & Co.
Capt Carl Henderson wont to
Dawson Monday evening on legal
Al Dunn, n prominent farmer, of
noar Marion, was in town Monday and
bought a ton of fertilizer, of T. H.
Cochran & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Crowoll havo
moved to Kvansvilles, as it will bo
more oonvoniont for Mr. Crowoll,
Full value in every pound of Fertilizer
you get from us. Wo use no filler
but pure Phosphate. Our prices are
no highor than others ask for cheaper
goods. T. H. Cochhan & Co-.
Mrs. P. C. Stephens left Friday
for Mortdcy, Mo., whoro sho will
visit her son, J. W. Dulancy,
Just received two car loads of High
Grade Fertilizer. New Gojds, in Now
Hags. Tolephono us your order.
T. H. Ccciman & Co.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Vernon Oakley, of
Clay, Ky., were thoguosts of friends
and relatives y) this city, Saturday
We have two car loads of High
Grado Fertilizer, for wheat, at the
right price. Come in nnd see us.
T. II. Cochran & Co.
Mrs. Claude Guess and little son,
loft Friday for Moroley, Mo., to visit
0. K. Woldon bought tho New
Marion Hotel from J. A. Stogar, of
Princeton, this week, trading his
nice farm near Marion in part pay-moot.
Mr. Woldon is boing com.
plimontcd on having made the doal
that puts him in possession of soruo
of tho most valuablo property in'
T. H. Cochran & Co., shipped a nice,
bill of fertilizer to James Ordway at
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rankin and son,
Wilbur, of Fords Ferry, were in the
If you want a suit of clothes that
will always wear well, look well and
fit well bo at Henry Stone's dry
goods store Wednesday, Sept. 2!llh,
and have his man sent from Kahn
Bros., the well known Tailors to take
your measure. It always pays to
buy the best and Kahn's Is that in
Mrs; Ira C. Rennet and son, Ivan,
of Frcdonia, were the guests of her
parents, Ucv. and Mrs. J. S. Henry,
David H. Fobs, of tho well known
firm of M. E. Fobs, "The Mine,"
went to Louisville Tuesday to buy
goods, W hen ho returns their many
customers may watch the columns of
the Record-Press for an attractive
ad Mr. Fobs is a good huyor and a
good advertiser, who cxpeots to buy
what the pcoplo want and these let
them know it through a liberal use
of printers' ink. It is a suro way to
build up n successful trade.
Mrs. Sam Henry and children, of
Charleston, Mo., who havo boon the
guests of relatives here, left Saturday
Remember that Wednesday Sept.
UlUh, i the day for Kahn Hros.,'
Salesman to bo at Henry Stone'. If
yov want a fine suit of clothes from
a eclobrated tailoring establishment
you had hotter be on hand.
John Wilson and Robert Jenkins
! attended the Stato fair last week.
Judge J. G. Rochester has sold
his farm and bought tho nice Frank
Wheeler home on tho corner of
nnd Hcllville streets. The Judge
hns given possession of his fnrm nnd
suburban homo nnd is now living,
until possession can be given him,
in a eo.v lutlo home he has just
fitted up, on College street just back
of the property ho bought.
FOR SALE. A good business
with splendid trade. About $1000
needed to buy, Addrcs this office.
Miss Franoes Spencer, of Eliza
bothtown, Ky., who has been spond.
ing tho summerin Petosky, Mich..,
spont a few days last week with Mrs.
J. 1. CIcmont.
THHEE GOOD FARMS FOR
SALE. Sco I. II, Omcmknt,
22 lm Marion, Ky.
James Mockabo, Clarouco Franks,
DV. Travis, Jim Allan, J.-P. Morgan
and II. Koltinsky, of Marion,
and Dr. L. 0. Champion, of Lola,
wont to Louisville Tucsiay, taking
advantage of the cheap excursion
Col. D. C. Roberts spent a few
days last week with hia fon, George
Mrs. W. T. Daughtery, of Sike-
was in town Thursday
Fords Ferry to visit
11. H. Woody, of Alexander, La.,
arrived Tuesday to visit friends and
relatives, this being his old home.
He is now engaged in band saw filing
for 'tho big lumber mills of that
country. He was called home on account
of the severe illness of his sister,
Mrs. Al Easley.
Marion, Ky., Sept. 21, 1D0U.
Received of X. E. Caltncs an en
velope said to oontatn thu missing
word in one of the advertisments of
Marion firms in tho issue of Sept.
2'Jrd, for which ho will give ouc
dollar for the first correct gusss.
Cashier, Marion Hank.
Clem Nunn was in from tho
Memphis mines Friday and Saturday
to meet President Mulholland and
1). C. Roberts.
Hon. John W. Hluc, J. H. Orme
and Capt. Carl Hendcrsou, attended
the fair at Louisville last week.
C. J. Pierce left Tuesday for
Washvillc, Tcnn., to attend tho fair.
Hoys! Girls! Columbia Bicycle Free!
Greatest oircr out. Get your friends
to subscribe to our magazine and we
will make you a present of a $40,00
Columbia Hicyclo best made. Ask
for particulars, free outfit and circular
telling "How to Start." Address.
"The Bicycle Man," 29-31 East 22m',
street New York City, N. Y. t
Louisville, Ky., Sept. 18, 1909.
Mr. Henry Stone, t
Dear Sir: Permit us to remind you,,
that our traveling salesman in your
territory will be with you Wednesday,
Sept. 2l)th, for the purpose of holding
your special sale with our Fall line of
tailoring and to assist you in obtaining
orders for immediate deliveries.
Thanking you in ndvanco for notifying
your trado of his coming, and hoping
that this will prove a mutually
profitable success, wo are,
Very truly yours,
Anderson Wood, of Washington,
D. C,, is visiting relatives in this
Marion has a second class post office
and could secure free delivery for the
Mr. and Mrs. Eb Wathen, of Fords
Ferry, were in town Monday.
Wo carry a full line of Red, Green
and Black Roof Paint five year guarantee
goeB with each gallon of this
Paint.- Send' us your orders.
T. H. Cochran & Co.
If you wait to bo measured properly
for a suit of clothes from the cele
brated Kahn Broe., be sure to be at
HenryjStono's store Wednesday,, Sept;
Earl Bishop and Ralph O'Nan, of
Sturgis, were guests of friends here
J. A. Hunt, of Pleasant Hill country,
paid our office a visit yesterday.
Geo. A. Hill, of Iron Hill, was in
Marion yesterday and while here gave
us a dollar for his renewal.
We received yesterday a letter from
E. V. Carleton, of Joplin, Mo., inclosing
a dollar for the Record-Press.
R. E. Threlkeld called yesterday and
paid hi3 renewal to the Record-Press.
H. II. Chittenden, of Owonsboro,
was in the city Friday.
Mrs. Green Johnson and children
wore guests of relatives in Blackford,
the first of the week.
Dr. Dixon and R. E. Dowell, of
Tolu, left Wednesday for Louisville.
Mrs. Gus Taylor and little daughter,
Marie, who have been the guests
of relatives in Princeton, returned
J. H. Grissom spent Friday and
Saturday in Evansvillc.
For First-Class laundry work, give
your laundry to John Carloss and Ezra
Perkins. 22 lnit
Ila Luftoo, of near Carrsvillo, was
in the city Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L, Moore and
daughter, Roberta, spent a iew days
last week in Louisville.
Misses Ruby James and Ada Ford
and Master Lemuel Ford spent . the
latter part of lait week in Kuttawa,
the guests of Mrs. E. H. James. m
Mrs. W. H. Wilborn, of Fords
Ferry, passeJ through town ThufV.
day enroute to Hlodgctt, Mo., to
visit her daughter, Mrs. J. A.
Daughter). ' .. ".
The nice home of Dr. F. W.
N'unu .'aught fire Monday afternoon
and but for the timely aid and
prompt action of Dr. Franks and
other friends, would have been reduced
to ashes, as it was well under
way when discovered.
The Koohinoor Laundry agents will
bo found at Henry Stone's store.
22 lm Carless & Perkins.
League Program For Sept. 26th.
Subject: ''Faith paralyz o d by
. Leader: Ruth Flanary.
Prayer, followed by song.
Responsive Reading Psalm 111,
Soripturo Reading Matt. 14: 22-33
Opon meeting for voluntary talks
Duct, by Missos Anna Haynes
and Hazel Pollard.
Benediction. . . p