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Dr. F. w. Niutn, DenHJt Pr.-s Blug.
Miss Mattio Hui'v . t'triifl from
Carnahan lire,, bar-4,'ins
in line of shorn.
. arcy formerly with tho
Henry Bros., Mable Work1, hap accepted
a position with the Bfaslcy
Marblo Works, of Paduoah.
City Marshal 0. B. Htna, of Stur.
gis, was in Marioo one day laot week.
Caruahan Broi ,' remnant calicor
-at 3 conta por yard.
rruoi Mnrc was in n
T'lhrotl y and Friday of l.rV 'u .
Don't forme I tl uu Br-.' 3
cont work gloves.
Mrs. Sam Gugonheitu and Km,
Samuel, spent the first of the week
with Mr. A. Herman.
Mm, W. N. Rochester n
Jarnahad lirot., bate 'he U&t
Cotton Batting and Wool Blankets
at astonishing low prices.
iatcs Bros, sold Mis Nellie Suth
erland a nine 'J2o piano this week
FOR SALE: Single comb Rhode
Island red cockorels. red to the skin,
Mrs. W. B. Davioso.n,
31 Lola, Ky., Co.
Hon, L. (I, James, utio has beet)
'juit'j sick for the past veek, is re
ported as resting better yclcrdny.
llov. T. N. Compton, of
Jpint Monday night with
friends m thin city, Mr. Compton
was pastor of the Baptist chnroh
hero about twenty years ago.
Mra. Lovvery, of Frodonia, ih the
guest oi iura. j. rr. uonasoo.
Mrs. R. L. Ormc, of Evansville.
who has been tho guest of her dialers,
J. W. Blue And H. K.
Woods, left Monday for hotcp.
Mr. P, T. Siglcr is the jjaeft of
her at ini c'K.
Vih, J. T. Terry i-i the guest ot
roiuti.e.? at Covington, Toon
.1 M. Persons leit Mondaj Mr
Ttnuin'ville. Ky., Fori Wayne and
Muncia, Ind., to be pom days.
Fnnii rour rardenK whilti ton can
(got uch bsrains .n Rahbit, Poultry
litnd (tirdeD lencina a" Olive &
jWnlkT ir i offering for tin neit 30
Fur Bjbtiit nud Poultry Fence
for tho next thirty days go to Olive
& VValkor. Thoy aro over stoeked
and during this timo y(iu will get
For bargains in Garden, Poultry
ami Rabbit Fencing, go to Olivo iV
Walker. Thoy are overstocked uml
for thirty dnys you can sap money
b) oallinc on them.
MifS Nellie Adams, of Crayne.
Ky., was the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Jinrnue Jhnkin, tho first of the reek.
James Henry left Tuesday for
FOR SALE: One piano
coupon, for one hundred dollars,
good on uuy Hardin & Miller piano
sold by Yates Bros. Price Gfly
dollars. J. B. MoMuim.w,
33 It Sturgis.Ky.
Mr. uud Mrp. W. N. Russell re
turned Tuesday from a vinit to (heir
old hom in IndiaoM.
Miss K.uinie Blue made a splendid
lender nt the Epworth League Sun
day night. The attendance was
good und tho interest very encouraging.
MU-i lu tlieklin, oue of the val
ued teachers lh the Grided School,
ha- been quite the past fow day,
Mi's- Nrllio Sutherland is teaohing
in her abaesoaa.
EVERY DAY THIS MONTH mm
1 C?wab4 41 a 19.1Q rwA Od So E3am'Sn ft " Aiaa 4a !M a 44b l4 ! aw 4Uaa
i" . three above mentioned you will find exceptional values throughout our entire line. J
HAND MADE GUARANTEED
That cost you no more
at our store3 than you
pay for the "other kind"
Whether it Rains or
Get one one of our Cra
then you need
not worry about the
weather, We have them
BUCK, GRAY, TAN,
Boys Knee Pant Suits,
Ext rt Pants, and Extra
Pants for Men at Prices
that will he very much
to your interest.
We want to Close out Every Cloak we Have
this Month, So if you want a Real Bargain in
Cloaks whether for Ladies, Misses or Children
and Wah tings
Hats and Caps
Ties, Mew and
Gold Trimmed Urn
Trunks and Suit Cases
Lion Brand Shirt&Collars
Wool and Silk
Both Plain and Guantlett.
Floor Size Ru s
TAYLOR &, CANNAN
Dr. F. W. Nu.in. Dentist Press Bid
LOST. Whic teiualu fox-terrier,
answers to namis ot "Juno " Tip
end of tail cut off. Ears and front
o' face jclluw, left mdu of face jel.
low, divided nt o Finder please
return her to Ike Wilson and receive
Mr. A. T. Cunningham, of Jauk
sonville, Fla., who hah rendered uch
valuable assistance in the organ', i
tion of the great Citiens Nntiooal
Life Insurance Co., of Louisville,
perfected in that eity a few weciis
ago, returned Sunday mornini;, Mrs
Cunningham returning with him.
Mr. Cunningham has made hiuihdf
ery popular here, our people recognizing
in him a high type of a true,
Southern gentleman. He and his
pdtirnablc nifo will perhaps bo wiih
us for several weeks jet.
Revival services have beoo in
prog re nt the Baptist church here
for two week s closing Sunday night.
Tho pastor. Rev. J. A. Bennett, of
Utici, nssisted by Dr. T. N.
Compton, of Owonpboro. Dr. Compton
in one of the finest prcachrr of
tho Baptist denomination and his
sermons were u delight to the gtnat
At Price That Defy Competition.
Extra Values in Lace Curtains
and Cur ain Swisses
and Curtain Poles
audiences which assembled to hear
him. The chrintian pouule pf all
denomimtions worked together in
harmony and brotherly love and ail
received great spiritual strength.
There cre 11 additions to the
churoh, seven by while
many professed faith in Chrint, and
backsliders wore renewed.
Miss Mattio Henry, of Marion,
visited relatives here Inst week.
Rev. M. K. Miller and K. M,
Franks, Marion, attended churoh
hero Saturday night.
Business is good with cur iier
chsnts, as two firruh are reoetviag
tobacco on the cars here.
J. F. Wyntt has sold tin farm
here to a gentleman from IMueuh
Miss Bobbie Chiton, Dycubbiirg,
and Mis Nolle Clifton. Msncc, aro
v bitinu relatives here.
R M. Richard-'tm ha- curved from
hor ' to Brookport, III., sad J K.
Rohinson is runuiuir Thr lAcld's
Jasper Wyatt diod at Hjpkiap7ille
list week .ind the 'ra
brought lure for burial.
off the earth
Out of the Mud
and into a Pair of
You can find some kind of
Shoes most anywhere but
is the kind to buy We have
them for Men, Women, Boys
and girls. 'Bnrro Jap Pat
ent Leather shoes are guar
anteed not to break before
the sole wears out. A new
pair if the do. For Good
SHOES COME TO US
BARGAINS THIS MONTH
srsr "sr ww "www ww
Good Shoes )i
P. N, Mcnr.vjt and wife left
fcr Texas, where they nll make
Two new dwelling houses are being
built in f s. '
If you want good bread try oome
of that "Cridcr Flour." Sold by
S. C. Bennett & Son.
Corn is all gathered, and nay of
he farmers are doing their fall plowing
whilo they irc waiting for a cole
spell of went! er .suitable for hog
Our Sua d.1', School h getting
along uicelv ith J. U. (J. Clnulors
J. 1). Work La- sold hi l.rm to
Giltert Worley r.d hup moved to
Mariuu, ss now njoving tc
Ed Simp-n recently moved
from JoL'i Vaghr.' farm to th
river. Tom Gi-"- ill move to Mr.
V uigbu'i: farm.
Mr. Car Mi IMt i viung her
datisrhtcr .1. I5. (5. Chiuhorn.
Senator P -, Mawull gutas
of A' lH.i'i nJ o-
Miss NanuV Dt-in anu Mr. Sailit
(.rlcv were gut iU of Mr-,
The best place on earth to buy the best of everything in the Grocery Line
If you have never tried our "Richelieu" brand of Can Goods,
Pickles and Catsups you have never tried the best. Cherries, Peaches,
Pears and other fruits bearing this brand surpass any other on earth.
We have an extensive line of beautiful hand painted and decorated China
and Japanese wears in Tea Sets, Salad Bowls, Etc. Every piece of it is beautiful Q
and the price within your reach g
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