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oct 10, 1912 THE CHITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS PAGE FIVB
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the Suit that's gootl,
the Suit that fits, ihe
Suit at less price than
you II tnul like quality
else here.
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If you want
real Nohhy
in hats, caps, shirts
and collars just
come to us. If
you can't come
yourself just send
a hand "we re for
you so come on.
if You Want The Best
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MARION. KKNTVCKV.
YOU MONEY
If you want
the newest
and best-come
to us.
We save you
money in two
ways
Quality
and
Price
whether in
Cloaks or
Suits.
III., and his nephew, Rev. J. C
Mason, of Dallas. Texas, were
ban Monday, the guests of Mrs
1. W. Stone on lower Main St.
Tbaf K'ft Tuesday for Princeton
t visit relatives.
Robi Carter Ryan is the name
of a new arrival at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Rlt. Ryan near
Salem. Mrs. Ryan, before her
marriage was Miss Flora Butler
rjailfhter of Hon. Albert Butler.
if Kmmaus section.
Miss Annie Daan left
day afternoon for Lexington
where she will act as bride's
maul to school friend of hers.
During her absence Mm Ruby
lames will have charge of Miss
Dean's classes in High School.
.1 II I Mine, wife and little
laughter. Clara Margaret, returned
Friday evening
lliffhtful tWO Weeka' outing spent
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jn touring ihummmi ."
They visited
anolis and St
s one oi
Illinois,
Indian-
mis while absent.
Charles Behnear and Miss
Maude Threlkeld. daughter 01
K. B. Threlkeld. both of Lavias
section were united in marriage
by Rev. Carl Boucher,
,i kla rooidence. Mr.
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Monday,
Belmear
,fthe county's oesi men
m,l is to be congratulated on
.inning the heart and hand of
his boyhood sweetheart Hahae
lived on the farm with the bride s
father for many rears.
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The nitty things
in
DRESS GOODS,
VELET CORDU
ROY, PLAIN AND
CHANGE ABLE
S'LKS, SERGES
AN D W M I P-
CORDS SCOTCH
SUITING AND
HOME SPUN.
Well
and
have burst forth in bloom, the
trees have the blossoms as thickly
clustered as in the spring.
Paducah Sun.
Mrs. Effie W. Jenkins and her
daughter, Miss Madeleine, leave
today for Cincinnati, Ohio, which
the latter will enter the "Conservatory
of Music."
New tunsten street lights are
to be installed in Marion. The
City Council in session Tuesday
evening gave unanimous consent
to the Marion Electric Light &
Ice Co.. to change from the Arc
lamps to the Multiple tunsten
.mm i w:it lamna for the street
lighting of the city. This will
five us the latest improved and
most modern lights in use in the
world, the same as used on the
boulevards and great white ways
of lam cities. They are also
easier kept In repair, and going.
.it all times, than the Arc, especially
in wintry weather, in
times of sleet, hail and snow.
The equipments are to come at
once from Edison's General Electric
Co., Schenectady. N. Y.
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.a WORK OUANTIn
F.
W. Nunn.
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see.
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We've got just
the kind to
suit you for
service, style,
comfort and
price. Come
see for your-s
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show you.
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The shoe that gives
more service and
comforts than any
other, and costs you
no more than those
of the inferior kind,
should be of interest
to you.
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! Hpmlron BmineM ( olle.
lira, Joll of Salem and
Patter-urn and little n
,:, m Marion. Wednendav.
- pool Adair. ex jxstmm
i ,f llawsvi'U was the guest
. , S L Me Adams. Tuesday.
I. Nunn of Rodney was
r ! .. s.lay having some ab-
ng dne by Judge .1. Ball
t, il.
I ra Loaf f VbM Baker sec-
w, H. Black of Baker school Morris Southerland ha9 left Elsewhere in thi9 issue we pub-
beuen section ffu hare last wmk Kappa, III., tad kMRted at Tuc- lish an article written by Mrs.
aad purchased a new Stud. baker son. Arizona, where he direct Verlie C Koltinsky, of Union
wagon from Cochran & Co. us to send him his paper. He county. The article is worthy
hopaa to benefit his health hy the attention of our readers, in
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nappy, ex . , ; - , . .,
iw.wtMi.t mmm.AH vi r the change. fact is quite meritorious. Mrs.
,- i nini l.(Miill ill!
tioian was here
friends. Tuesday,
meeting his County Court dav. next Mon-
t was nere iiMKBV. um hentuck Ihstrirt. will ad-
inother, Mn. J. VSesley (in.HS ( . U)t(ni at the Marion
Belt. I Ith of the citv. Open House next Monday after-
orm..rlvof View noon, at 1 o'clock county court
. tv dun! at his home in dav Every body invited.
prii ii Monday, of heart
Gibney
1 son wil
Hon.
(scar Letcher of Header
follow Judfe Bark ley.
day. there will be speaking by
lwo of ine leading Democratic
the pastor, invites the puhlic to
attend.
book with some accounts in it.
Finder will plaaaa return to me
or leave at Tress Office in Marion.
Will L Adams.
Koltinsky formerly lived here
and has many friends here.
Ir. W. M Crawford and wife Mies Ellis Gray will leave to-
!huve returned from Wiekl.ffe a,r""1 wtern Kentucky at day for ..Nazareth Academy" to
where they went to visit hisaged the Marion Opera House. Every attend the 100th anniversary of
niotluT
Mrs. I K. Win mis has return d
to her home m St. 1iuis, Mo.,
after a two we k's visit to her
father. Judge J. Ball Kevil and
ether ralariTti here.
Judge Allen Wf Barkley. of
McCracken county, Democratic
The protracted meeting
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v rooRfti i ran ciiuruu win w
the founding of thit most fa
at mous of Kentucky educational
14-in Kridav night before the ;5rd now in every state in tne union,
Sunday. Me v. J. B. McNeeley, and some in foreign dimes.
Mrs. Ward Carr and daugh
ters. Barber Evans and Virginia, I
LOST. Monday. Oct. 7, on have returned from Sturgis after
cand.date for Gmgress from the , " ir(,m m' nousit' "T, wmmm "'
vest pocket memeranaum sonvine nusuer.
Aleck P. Kelly, IKK) Kentucky
avenue, has some industrious
cherry trees in his small orchard.
The cherrv trees have been fool-
TAX NOTICE.
The penalty will come on the
city tax the first day of November.
If you want to save paying
the penalty, come in and pay
this month. Office opposite the
Post Office. -J. F. Loyd,
City Marshall & Tax Collector.
Our Neighbor Are Buiy Abo.
The spar shipments from this
place are assuming large proportions.
Agent Scott tells us that
institutions, whose graduates are these shipments are now averag
ing about SO or 90 car loads per
week. Golconda (111.) Herald-
Enterprise.
BALM
Mrs. Sadie Threlkeld, of thia
place, died Saturday at 7:20 p. m.
Miss May Flemming, of Birda-ville.
is the guest of Miss Nellie
Gray, of Wall street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Farrie
have returned from Marion.
Mrs. James Walker has returned
from a visit to Missouri.
Jesse Parker, of Los Angeles,
Cat., is visiting his sister, Mrs.
J. C. Gray, on Gray Ave.
Frank Storry is in Benton thia
week.
Miss Ollie Parish, of Lola, was
the guest of W. B. Butler and
family, of Hedge Ave., last
week.
Our people who went to
last week were, Mrs. J.
0. Gray. Mrs. J. C. Gray, Mra.
C. H. Bush, Miss Jessie Monroe.
Messrs. J. R. Gray, C. H. Bush.
I R. Moss, Bishop Ranpolee, J E.
Threlkeld, A. Lockhart, Jesse
Cards reading as follows have Farris, Jesse Parker, Dr. J. L.
.loseiih Mason of Cave-in-Rock, led by the warm weather and , been received by friends of the Hayden and Dr
H. B. Woolfe.
family in this city; Prof. T. E. Guill, who haa
"Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin charge of the school at Dycus-Lewis
Harris request the pleas- burg, came home Saturday.
ure of your company at the mar
riage of their daughter, Carolyn
Montgomery to Mr. John Du
Bose Saint on the morning of
Tuesday the fifteenth of October
at twelve of the clock, Methodist
Episcopal Church South, Cory-don,
Kentucky,
At home 782G, Burthe Street,
New Orleans, Louisiana."
Miss Harris is a sister of Mrs.
F. W. Nunn of this city and of
the Misses Harris who teach in
the Marirn Graded school and
taught here herself a year ago.
Cards reading as follows have
been received by the friends of
the couple in this city;
"Mr. and Mrs. W. W- Slaton
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their
daughter Clella Emily to Mr.
Willie Thomas George on the eve
Misses Sallie and Katie Gras-ham
were in Marion last week.
J. L. Lowery went to Marion
Saturday.
Hendrick Mitchell, Jake and
Frank Farris are in school at
Bowling Green.
Sweet Potato Ten Inches Long.
Our good old Bro. P. M.
McGrew, of Good Hope neighborhood,
was in town Tuesday,
She is much beloved here and has j and While here laid upon our
a host of friends who will congratulate
the groom in winning
her heart and hand.
desk one of the largest sweet potatoes
that we have seen in many
days. The tuber measures
10 inches in length and thirteen
and one-half inches in circumference
and weighs three and one-fourth
pounds. We want to tell
you, this is a whopper! Carrs-
I ville Enterprise.
ning of Wednesday the sixteenth
of October, at eight o'clock, a 1 DR, W. H. CRAWFORD
home, Sturgis, Kentucky. i i
The groom is the oniy child of I .
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. George of
Sa'e n and is a grandson of T. W. , J
Lowery. He belongsto one of the , 1
best families of the Salem Valley I i
and is heir to a granu ioriune.
The bride is one of Union county's
most attractive girls and
has many admirers.
DENTIST
All Work Guaranteed
Gas and Somnoform used for
PAINLESS EXTRACTION
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