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GOLD, SILVER, OR CURRENCY )
As a rule does not stretch, but now is the time and this is the place, where either of these stretch almost double
its length in purchasing power.
Several have taken advantage of
these prices and if you will look
well to your own interest you will
$20.00 Suits $15.
17. it 12.50
15. a 10.00
12.50 n 8.50
1o.oo 11 6.50
6,-. ti 4.25
We are agents for
the Standard Patterns
Dr F.A Niinri, Press Bldg.
Bui'i'ao Guess, ol Tulu, was in
Master M. V. ,Nunn left Friday
lor 5ebroc, where he will visit.
Geo. Davis and Harry Culley, of
Sturis, weru in Mariou Mouday,
'A. A. Bennett has accepted the
Cashier's place in thcTolu Hank
.Mr", .lolm L martin, jf Tiline, is
visiting her sister, .Mrs. Or Slaydcu.
Highest price paid for your iron
and junk. A. Sixuku, Marion, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rankin, of
Fords Ferry, wore in the city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bennett and
Mrs. A. S. Cavcndcr spent Friday at
R. M. Young and J. R. Cambron,
of Morganfield, were in Marion
Rev. B. F. Jacobs, of Gaham3,
Ohio, is visiting friends and relatives
in this oity.
Miss Karrie Rice, who has been
the guest of Miss Ina Prico, left
Thursdav for home.
Mrs. E. H. Doss and children are
guests of Mrs. H. Ledbettor, of
Ralph H. Quinn, of Henderson,
representing the Henderson Gleaner,
-was in Marion this week.
Mrs. M. H. Jones, who has been
visiting in Waco, Texas, for several
months, has returned home.
Miss Ethel Hard, who bas been
studying drawi n g at Knoxvillc,
Tenn., roturned homo Sunday.
Mrs. J. G. Rochoster loft Tuesday
for Evansville, where sho will visit
her sister, Mrs. P. A. Rodgcrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cox and son,
Paul, of Fredonia, visited Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. McChcsnoy last week.
Miss Mary Lambert Cromwell, of
Henderson, who has been visiting
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Cook, left Saturday for her homo.
The Popular Place
HIGH CLASS MOTION.
Pictures and Illustrated Songs
For Ladies, Children and Gentlmen.
Change of Program Daily
We Have Nothing but Praise for Our
Bring the Family out tonight you will Surely be
5c - Get the
: 7.50 Boys Suits 4.00
: 6.50 " " 3.75
5d0 " " 3.00
4.00 " " 2.50
3. " " 2.00
2.50 " " 1.25
2. " " 1.00
Dr. F. W. Nunn, Dentist Press Bldg.
Miss Carrio McConncll is the guest
of Ira Nunn's family near Blackford.
If you want bargains go to .1. S
, Miss Allie Wilborn is tho guest
of Miss Linnie Towery near Black-,
Mrs. Tom (iillUpy.a of Casey ville,
is visitiug the family of George
Mrs. Geo. Boston came down Sunday
irom Morganfield to move her
. Mrs. K. M. Taylor left Thursday
for Mayficld, where she will visit her
daughter, Mrs. C. M. Davis.
Russell McCanlis, of Livingston
county, passed through the city
Thursday enroute to Henderson.
Mrs. Clifton King and son, of
Memphis. Tenn., are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Q. M. Conyer.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moore and
family and Mr. and Mrs. H, V.
Stone are camping at Hill Spring.
Buy a rango with a reputation,
and take advantage of our Free Offer
during our Demonstration Week,
Aug. 9-14. Come in and let us
show you. T. II. Cochian & Co.
Mrs. Millikan, of St. Louis, who
has been visiting relatives here for
several weeks, returned home Satur
Rev. Joel Adaais, of Portageville,
Mo., was the guest of his daughter,
Mrs. Hodge Fritts. This is his first
visit to Kentucky in fourteen years.
J. R. Compton, a highly respooted
farmer of the county, found the gold
spectacles advertised as lost by S. M.
Jenkins. Evidently this is' proof
that advertising pays.
W. L. Hamby, of near Mexico,
was in Marion Friday and paid to
havo the paper sent to a relative in
Miss Vera Conyer left Friday for
Madisonvillo, whoro sho will spend
several weeks with her aunt, Mrs
10 and 12J cent Lawns at 71 eents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cridor and
children, of Bcloxic, Miss., arrived
in tho oity, and will visit relatives
for several weoKs.
Remember this is one place where you will find what
we advertise, at the price.
HERE IS ANOTHER PLAGE WHERE MONEY STRETCHES.
50o Mulls and Silk Tissue 25o; &0c Summer Silk 2!)c; 25c Lawn 15c; 15c Lawn 10c; 10c Lawn 74;
74c Lawn 5c;(io Lawn 4c; vVe have several pieces yet to close out and we certainly mean to close
out all Summer Goods.
STRAW HATS If you will only look and price them, if you don't buy wo will know there is something
rather strange in your "make up" or you would surely buy at the pneo named.
FANCY PARASOLS almost at your own Price. All this Soasons goods, Ladies, Misses and Children
Some Extra Values in Embroideries. White Canvas Oxfords at Half Prico,
Miss Maude Hurley left for
and Carmi, 111., for a few
weeks' visit to relatives and friends.
Oliver Hurley, this week, moved
to Carmi, III., to make it his home
J, R. Comptou, of the county,
paid the Record-Press office a pleasant
FOR SALK AT A BARGAIN. A
lino Soda Fountain. Call at once if
you want a bargain. I want the'
room for New Goods and mean to
sell this splendid fountain cheap.
Kli Nunn, one of the most prosperous
farmers in Critteuden county,
and a loyal friend to the Kditor, was
in Marion Thursday and while here,
paid us a pleasant visit.
Mrs. John Loftus and children, of
Kvansvillo, Ind., are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hammond.
Miss Chrestino Gholson, of Fredonia.
who has been the guest of
Mrs. Geo. Roberts, returned home
Don't forget to attend tlie,Majcstic
Range Demonstration at our store,
Aug. 0 14. T. II. Cochran & Co
The stork loft a fine boy at the
home of Geo. Robinson, tho popular
sowing machine agent, last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Riggin left
Friday for their home in Madison,
Mrs. R. F. Haynes and daughter,
Miss Anna, were in EvansviHc last
B. J. Jennings and Miss Ada
were married in the county
clerk's office, Judgo Blackburn officiating,
Mm. W. B. Butler and children
and mother, Mrs. Fanny Jonnings,
loft Thursday for a week's stay in
Mrs. C. B. Hina and children, of
Sturgis, who have been visiting relatives
in Tolu. passed through town
Friday enrouto homo. They were
guests of Mrs. C. E. Weldon while
Miss Ruth Hcarin, of Madisonvillc,
who has been tho guest of hor grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs C. E. Doss,
loft Friday for home.
Rev. A. C. Biddlc will preach at
the C. P. Church next Sunday at
11 a. in., and S o'olock p. m. Choir
practico Saturday night. Ho wants
a good congrcgatio'n to hear him and
wo believe that those who fail to
hear him will miss one of his best
Look at my Clothing. Get tho Prico
and you will buy. Henry Stone.
Miss Mattio Frazor, of Dalton,
who has bson tho guest of her broth
or, Dr. T. A. Frazer, loft Friday for
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Morris
Thursday from a week's stay
STRAYED From my promises
one tfyin rind sow pig, black with
white bolt around hind feet. Will
for information that will lead to
recovery of same. 0. E. Doss. 2t
Our particular friend, Ross Givens,
of Providence, was in this city
and Wrdndidtiy on business.
Goto Haynes it Taylor's for your
Misses Ina Prico, Myra Dixon,
Katie Vaudell and Elvu Pickens
attended a picnic at Sullivan
It will more than p.iy you lor yonr
time to read our largu advertiscmont
in this paper. T. H. Cochran it Co
Misses Elizabeth and Vivian Koch-ester
will loavo in a few day to visit
Mrs. A. L. Borry of Sturgis.
Call and see my f0 and GO cent Table
Damar.I: at 12 cents. Henry Stone.
Mrs. W. X. Rochester and son,
William, have returned from a trip
to the Great Lakes and Niagara.
Haynes it Taylor have full line of
Miss Mildicd Rankin is ill of
typhoid fever, at the home of her
We do not know ol any other pill
that is as good as D'lWitt's Littlo
Early Risore, the famous littlo liver
pills small, geutle, pleasant and
sure pills with a reputation. Sold by
all druggists. Sept 1
Miss Edith Burton, who is studying
to be a trained nurse, at Gilbert's
Sanitarium, is the guest of her aunt,
Mrs. T. A. Frazer.
The "Mine" M. K. Fohs. Prop.
Ladies and Gents Furnishings. Full
line of Queens Ware, China, Granito
and Tinware, Lamps Jewelry and
Miss Watson, of Paducah, is tho
guest of her sister, Mrs. Q. M.
HAVE GOT TO
Croed Taylor, with Taylor & Can-nan,
has boon quite sick the past
fow days, at the homo of his parents
near Levias. It is feared by his
friends that ho has typhoid fever.
Go to Haynes and Taylor's for
Miss Lillian Coffiold and nieces,
Virginia Towle and Nellie Ray,
of Louisvillo, will arrive the
last of tho week to spend two weeks
with fnonds and relatives. Miss
Lillian is tho daughter of the late
K. Coffiold and this is her first visit
here sinoo she moved with hor parents
to Oklahoma fifteen yeass ago,
SCRAP IRON. Bring your scrap
iron to A. Sinobb, Marion, Ky.
I am agent for tho Ilopkinsville
htcam Laundry and am here to stay,
not in one week and out the next. If
you give me your patronage I shall
appreciate it and render you a prompt
and satisfactory that will
prove uneiiualed. Its Old and Reliable
and besides, is a Kentucky In
stitution. Please your laundry
for me and when 1 fail to satisfy you
I shall not blame you to then tako it
JaB. Hughes has been ill for somo
All persons having claims against'
the estate of Fred M. N'csbitt,
deceased, will present them properly
proven on or before Aug. 21st, 1!M)!I.
11 It A. L. Sui.mvan, Adm't.
Low Cut Shoes at Low Cut Prices.
Epwortji League Notice,
The Epworth League social and
business meeting will be held at the
parsonage to.nigbt at'S p. m. Every
leaguer is expeotcd to bo prcent.
Haynes & Taylor have a complete
line of school books, tablets, pencils,
All persons having claims against
the estate of P, II. Woodsides,
deceased, will file same properly
proven with the undersigned on or
before Sept, 1st, 1909, or bo forever
bard. This, Aug. 5th, 1909.
II. S. Wheklb, Executor estate of
P. H. Woodsides.
I will on Saturday, Aug. 21st,
offer for salo to tho highest bidder,
at Blackford, Ky., 2 horses, 1 wag.
on, 1 surry, li buggies, 1 set of
farming tools, 1 set of blacksmith
tools, 1 jinnotte, 1 jack one year old,
7 sets of harness. Terms mado
known on day of sale.
II 4t A. L. Sullivan.
All persons are notified to bo
present and lend their assistance in
clearing off tho gravoyard at Mount
'ton on Saturday, Aug. 14.
J. II. Wood,
G. I). Hughes.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to expross our heartfelt
thanks to tho kind friends and neigh,
bors who so nobly and unsparingly
lent us their aid during the last
illness of our wifo and mother. May
God's blessings bo theirs.
Newt Todd and Children
A cottage in Evansvillo, Ind., in
good condition, rents for $8.00 por
month. Will consider proposition
to trado for Marion property. Address
until Aug. 20th.
DKLiiA MoOarbol. t
oaro of J. B. PGossab, Marion, Ky.
Our store is already noted
as the place where you can
get the best Shoes and Oxfords
in the county, and now
In order to make room for
fall goods, we have made it
possible that your money
stretches when you buy
Ladies, Men's and Children's
Last week's Price still Holds
Good. Don't Wait. Come on.
Washington's Plague Spots
lie in the low marshy bottoms of the
Potomac, the breeding ground of
malaria gorms. These gonns cause
chills, fever and ague, biliousness,
jaundice, lassitude and
genoral (lability and bring
or death to thousands yearly. But
Kloetric Bitters never fail to destroy
them and euro malaria troubles.
"They are the best all-round tonu
and euro for malaria 1 over ued,
writes R. M. James, of Louellen. i.
C. They cure Stomach, Liver, Kidney
and Blood Troubles and will
Typhoid. Try them, ."() cents.
Guaranteed by J as. II . Ormc and
Haynes it Taylor.
Ohio River Assocla.lon.
This body meets with Walnut
Grove Baptist church, Aug. 1Mb, at
10 o'clock. The introductory ser-
mon will be preached by Kldcr W.
C. Pierce, of Salem, or his alternate,
Elder T. A. Conway, of Smithland.
Visitors representing the Boards,
Schools and other interests of the
denomination arc expected to be in
Tho church is located eight miles
South East of Marion and six miles
North of Fredonia,
W. R. Gibus, Moderator.
R. A. LaRue, Clerk.
'Twas a Glorious Victory.
There's rejoicing in Fedora, Tenn.
A man's life has been saved, and
now Dr. King's New Discovery is the
talk of the town for curing C. V.
Pcper of deadly lung hemorrhages.
"I could not work nor get about,"
he writes, "and the doctors did me
no good, but, after using Dr. King's
New Discovery three weeks, I feel
like a new man, and can do good
work again." For weak, sore or
diseased lungs, Coughs and Colds,
Hemorrhages, Hay Fever, LaGrippe,
Asthma or any Bronchial affection it
stands unrivaled. Price fOc. and
1.00. Trial Bottle free. Sold and
guaranteed by Jas. H. Ormo and
Haynes & Taylor.
Tobacco Growers' Association.
The Crittenden County Board of
the Stemming Distriot Association
met to on Saturday,
Aug. 7th, 1!I0!). Tho uow county
Board consists of the following persons:
W. B. Rankin, Judgo Tow-cry,
Marion Poguc, Fred Clement,
R. F. Wheeler and Thos. Woody.
W. B. Rankin was re-elected as
chairman and H. N. Lamb, secretary.
On motion a mass meeting was called
for Saturday, Aug. 21st, 1909. All
tobacco growors are invited to come.
W. B. Rankin, Chairman.
H. N. Lamu, Secretary.
League Program For Aug. 15th,
Leadtr: Miss Nannie Rochostor.
Prayer, followed by song.
Rosponsivo Roading Psalm 1)2.
Soripturo Lesson Luko 17:11-19.
Leader's Addross. ,
Opon Meeting, for voluntary talks
"Why should wo ho grateful.?"
Bong Domalo Quartet.
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