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You Can Pay More Money
But You Can't Get Better Clothes Than We Will Sell You If You Will Only Give Us The Opportunity. Particular
n auenuon is oirecieo 10 our popular suns anu uveruuais ai w.au, 3iu.uu ana jpiz.ou, inese garments really
represents 20 percent imre actual value than you have been getting at these prices. It will certainly pay you
to examine these, and we will take pleasure in showing them.
fEfcoys' Suits And Overcoats. Just come
rasee for yourself. We're not joking, we've
got them. And if you don't believe we'll
sell them just
E. H. James, f Kuttawa was
here Sunday to see his mother
who is quite ill.
W. 0. Terrell and Sam Brown,
of the Bellville bridge section
were here Monday on business.
Wm. G. Condi tt and wife attended
services here Sunday at
the Southern Presbyterian church
C. S. Nunn who spent most of
the month of October in
legal busines has returned
Miss Alma Asher who is teaching
in Webster county was
home to hpend Sunday with her
father, brother and sister.
Josepn M. Dean, ui tne
section of the county was
here Sunday to attend services
at the Southern Presbyterian
Garrett Hobart Towery, the
merchant of Shady Grove was in
the city last week after a load
of goods for his big supply store.
He reports business satisfactory
at his point.
Pastor K. R. Bentso closed an
interesting meeting with Dunn
Spring church, Wednesday night
The church was much revived
and strengthened. There were
seven additions to the church,
and others likely to join soon.
Mr. G. L. Witherspoon who
s Doen spending tne summer
re with his brother, Mr. A. M.
'itherspooti, the proprietor of
the Garrsville Hotel, left for his
home in Con roe, Tex., last Tues
day where he will spend the
winter. Carrsville Enterprise.
C. C. Taylor accompanied by
Dr. Frazer took his wife to
Walter's sanitarium in Evans-ville
Tuesday afternoon. They
went to consult the Drs. Linthi
cum, uncle and cousin of Mrs.
Taylor, as to the advisability of
an operation for tumor with
which she is suffering.
The hearts of the Rev. L. 0.
Spencer and wife were made
glad last week when they received
an invitation to attend
the installation services of the
first Presbyterian church in
Ga., as the name, of their
only son Jefferson Marion Spencer,
was among the list of new
deacons to be installed.
G. W. Lawson who had the
misfortune to be thrown from a
mule several weeks ago and who
was seriously hurt and has since
been confined to his room, was
out Saturday on crutches. His
many friends are glad to know
the bruises though painful are
now rapidly healing. Mr. Law
bn js a genial gentleman who
n imbers his friends Itythe adore,
Ed McFde who ay,h yWtin jn
Indian to lh -arc Ivii l;v"hCji. ))
jiras wvi ,
Miss Bertha Moore of Repton
Section was in the City Tuesday
long enough to vote.
Prof. Chas. Evans of Edmond
Oklahoma arrived in the City
Tuesday in time to vote.
Jones 0. Gill of Louisville Ky.,
was in the City several days
this week visiting his parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gill.
Mrs. J. M. Persons has been
quite ill at her home on South
Main street, and under the care
of her physician.
J. C. Adams of. Chapel Hill
was the guest of J. I. Clement
Sunday. He came in to hear
Rev. L. 0. Spencer's morning
and afternoon sermons
Herbert Ordway, of Crayne,
Ky., one of our brightest boys
is now Instructor in the Commercial
Dept. of theTexarkana Texas
High school. "
Mis3 Emma Terry who has
been attending the Bowling
Green Normal for several months
has been offered the position in
the post office, made vacant by
the promotion of George Heath.
As I expect to resume the
grocery business at my old stand
on Bellville st.. Dec. 1st., I
wish to buy in advance corn and
hay, for which I will pay cash.
J. M. McChesney. 2tp
Mrs. D. W. Bibb and daughter
little Miss Goldie, of Morganfield
who were guests of her brothers
E. L.. G. P., Joseph H. Slaton
in the county, left Sunday for
their home in the capital of Union.
We have just received a long
letter from Harvey Lowery. of
Irvington, Alabama. The election
news erfiwds it out of this
week's issue, but it will appear
next week, glad to hear from
"Jack," write again, you have
our best wishes old boy.
Will Deboe who had been ill
of enlargement of the splein. at
the home of his parents Mr. and
Mrs. P. H. Deboe in this city
was taken to Nashville for an
operation Monday accompanied
by his physician Dr. 0. C. Cook
and his brother-in-law, J. W.
The editor has received the
following announcement: Mr.
and Mrs John C. Payne announce
the marriage of tbeir 'daughter
Nellie Ypung to Mr, James B.
Copeland on Thursday October
the twenty third one thousand
nine hundred thirteen, New Orleans.
At home 1221 St Charles
Avenu6 After November the
first, . j;
Roy Travis came in from Hpns
dr.nn . r . w oH nna .to sba.kf
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Qon't Think Because the shoes you've been get-
ting other places have not been good ones, that
you can't buy good shoes anv more. You can get
them if you will come to us, we have them, and we
are not afraid to Guarantee them.
TAYLOR & CANNAN
Jesse Guess, of the Piney section
was in town Tuesday, he is
convalescent from a very severe
attack of typhoid fever.
Pastor Larue left Saturday for
Pinckneyville, where he begins
a meeting with Eld., P. W. Carney,
of Springfield, Tenn., to
Dr. Walter Travis, of
was here Tuesday. He
and his family are the guests of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
! Travis in the Tribune section.
George Boston who has had a
big contract buildings at Hartford,
Ohio Co., has completed
same and returned home in time
Rev. T. C. Gebauerof Hender
son who only recently returned-from
Zurich, Switzerland was
in the City Tuesday the guest of
S. T. Dupuy and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Griffith, of
Crittenden Spring section, were
here Sunday to attend the Spencer
services at the Southern
Senator James who spoke. at
Madison ville Saturday arrived
here Sunday morning. He came
to see his mother who is ill and to
W. G. Conditt and wife, of
Forest Grove section, were
here Sunday to attend services at
the Southern Presbyterian
church where Rev. T.. 0. Spencer
Rev. L. 0. Spencer and wife
left for their home in Elizabeth-town,
Ky., Monday. They had
been the guests of Mrs. Spenc
er's orotner, J. i, uiement, on
South Main street,
Mrs. Mattie Conditt celebrated
her birthday Sunday Nov. 2nd.
Her daughters, Misses Lettie
and Gnce prepared a nice dinner
which was enjoyed by all
The' first number of the Lyceum
course will be presented at
the School Auditorium at eight
o'clock, Monday evening, Nov.
10th, by Edward Amherst Ott.
A notice of whom appears on
Edmond and Robert Sleamaker
of Tolu, who a,re attending the
"Vanderbilt Training School" at
Elkton arrived here Sunday sf ter
noon enrgute home to vote. They
returned Tuesday enroute back
to resume their studies,-
, Rev. G. L. Woodruff will.
preach 3rd. Sunday instead of
the 2nd. at the Cumberland
Presbyterian Church in this city
ns he is at-present mgagsd in' t
tf( tfner and' e'a fi'i reach hare
'v'fxt Sunday t& Jill" his regular!
a'PFOiiitlnent. ' &
This year's Lyceum course to
be given at the Marion High
School auditorium, on page two.
There is a protracted meeting
in progress at Freedom church,
Revs Sypes and Bunch in charge,
great interest is being manifested.
Markey Hardy, of Hampton
was here Tuesday with a wagon
load containing over fifty bushels
of fine wine step apples.
Allen Foster of the State College
at Lexington came in Tuesday
to vote and spend a few days
with tne old folks at home.
Judge T. J. Nunn of Frankfort,
Ky., was here to spend
the week end with his children.
He was enroute to Madison ville
Mrs. Elmore, of Louisville,
Miss Geogia Boaz and Mrs. Dave
Boaz, of Fredonia, spent the
day Tuesday with Mrs. J. M,
Freeman on West Depot street.
WANTED -A widow with one
or two boys, wanting a home to
work, make crop, wash, iron
and do general work. Please
phone G. D. Summerville,
R. F. D. 4, Marion, Ky.
J. G. Rochester, who has been
at the bedside of his son, Gray,
at St. Joseph's Infirmary, in
Louisville, returned home to
vote, leaving Gray much improved.
Judge Nunn, of Frankfort,
arrived in the city Sunday night
and will remain until tomorrow,
having come home in order to
assist in electing the democratic
county t i c ket. Madisonville
Hustler Tuesday Nov., 4.
R. F. Haynes, the well known
druggist, a stalwart, was put on
the ballot by some of his friends
without his knowledge, as a
candidate for Coroner on the
Democratic ticket and received
12 votes. He is being congrat
ulated on his popularity.
Mrs. L. H. James, who has
been quite ill for several
weeks with fever, is still very
low and under the care of a
trained nurse and her family
physician, The family are quite
solicitous about her, and her son
Senator Ollie M. James is at her
To The Voters of Crittenden Co.
I want ro thank the voters of
every politcal party of this Co.,
for my success in this recent
election and I want to assure you
of the fact, that I realize I was
not elected by any party but by
the people. You will find mJ;o
be in return, an 'officer of r the
neopte, nd no, of any party.,
ltshill be purpose to .uphold
thejiiiiityafnhtsoffice and ai
way ,'to Jielp andjnot to hnic.
adies, Misses And .Childrens new up to
"date styles at prices to save you money
and at the 'same time give you service. If "TJJ
yu can save money by buying from us. jj
WHY NOT DO SO? (ft
You have placed upon me a responsibility
which I shall gladly
accept, and I shall do my duty
without fear of favor with both
rich and pour alike.
-T. C. BENNETT.
WE FEED THF PEOPLE.
Give us a call on. court day,
election day, or any old day
and see for yourself. Our
lunch counter and restaurant
is thronged with patrons, who
have been there before, and
always "come bafck" because
we please them. "We have a
line meat cook and serve orders
on short notice, .
B ABB'S RESTAURANT.
The fall term of the Crittenden
circuit court convenes Nov,,
17th the third Monday. The
GranbJury summoned are the
Mathew Ackeredre, Mort Davenport.
Hugh McKee, J. B. Carter,
Sr., Robert Phillips, Joseph
R. Cook, W. A. Newcom, C. W.
Vanhooser, J. R. Brasher, W.
0. Nunn, R. C. McChesney,
Millard F. Cloyd, Alec Hunt, T.
J, Babb. Murray Travis, Jeremiah
Croft, Jas. Mayham. J. M.
Simpson, Jno. Stallions, Louis
FRESH, OY S T E R S
apples, oranges, lemons,
bananas,- dates, figs, Raisins,
currants, almonds, filberts,
english walnuts, pecans,
cream nuts, plum puddings,
evaporated fruits of
all kinds and other dainties
can be o btained at
BABB's, who will appreciate
your orders. Phone
us early and often.
Notice Of Service.
Rev- G. L. Woodruff will
preach at the Cumberland Presbyterian
third Sunday in
November instead of the second
as heretofore. This change is
on account of the pastor being
engaged in revival meetings else-where.
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Full Blooded Chickens.
I have a lot of cockerels, S. C. n
Rhode Island Reds, Barred Rocks !
and S. C. White Leghorns, at Si J
each, from my best pens. "
My hens are carefully selected jjj
and mated with cocks of high
scoring, which are changed each
year. My stock has free farm
range, except during one breed-
ing season, then they are kept in , j
separate yards. ,j
'Satisfaction guaranteed. Will l$
have a few of these birds at Ma- ';
rion, County Court day. " -.
Mrs. J. B. Carter, j
Phone 79 a, on Salem exchange. f fi
BUT NO ONE HURL
Several Persoas Have Narrow
Escape at A Princeton
Princeton, Ky., Nov., 4.
Part of a wall of a two story
brick building on Main .street
here, used as a boarding house
by Newt Crayne, iell Thursday
night. Mr. Crayne's family-and
several boarders were in the
building, and their escape "was
remarkable, especially so with
John and Andrew Byford, of
Marion, Ky., who were cornered
in an upstairs room by the falling:
of the wall. V"
, Some haavy dynamiting ht.d
been done in, excavating an
lot fbr thepbrtM of
erecting an ElkaMiitiia.vJwt it.
ia suppoMd t'Kat tMJflMd mV. '
ened tka fvUitfelofW wall,'
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