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S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher.
GEO. M. CRIDER, Associate Editor.
Entered at matter June 26th. 1879.
at the poitothee at Marion. Ky.. under the Act of
Concress of March jrd, 1879.
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THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1907.
it KEEP ON fa
a tt When to-day's difficulties g"
slmrlnw iriiimi.lia 'a1
""-" j w iw a viiuuii'iio -'
Ht and obscure the bright vision j
tr of tomorrow
i Whon plans upset and whole
mi years of effort seem to crystal
tallize into a single hour of
at1 concentrarted bitterness
? When little annoyances cat in
Ml to the mind s very quick,
a and corrode the power to view
w. things camly
h When the jolts ot misfortune
threaten to jar loose the
judgment from its moorings
2, Kemember that in every
doss in every career, there
ft, are valleys to cross, as well p.
as hills to scale; that overy St,
X mountain-range of hope is
broken by ohasms of
run torrent-streams of despair!
sf To iuit in the chasms is to fall. ,
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n i SCO always in yuur hiiuu a vjv
these sunny summits of
V Don't quit in the chasm! Keep
f,t on I
Will be in Marion Monday-March
11, to buy good horses
and males. Bring in your
stock and get the cash.
Layne & Leavel.
Our customers have the satisfaction of selecting from a stock that is aluas up-to-date.
Circuit court conwncd at Princeton
last Monday, with Judge J. F.
Oordoc on the bench. In his ohargc
to the grand jury be reforrcd to the
night raiders particularly.
The man who refuses to obey instructions
from one in authority over
him is not fit for any public or private
position and should never be put in
power, for the inevitable law is that
he who will not obey is unfit to command.
Ollie James is rapidly coming to
the front iu Congress. He scored a
point in his speech Wednesday denouncing
the custom of placing the
people's money on deposit in national
banks without interest, and there
by enabling tlio banks to loan to the
the people public money at from seven
to ten cent interest. Mr James
is the best rcpresentatne tho district
had bad for ten years past and is found
at all limes on the side of the people
which ii in striking contrast to
shysters who break into congress by
accident and then spend time there
truckling to the corporate interests,
so as to have to land when the people
discover their mistake in sending
such cbaracters in congress.
Notice to Subscribers.
Beginning April 1st, or ss soon
thereafter as we can iret our books so
arranged, we will discontinue all
papers of subscribers in arrears.
The subscriptions due the Record
to date should be settled immediately
so the books can be squared.
All past due subscriptions due the
1'ress must also be settled to carry
.out the terms of the consolidation.
Notice To Subscribers For R. F. D. Boies
All New Routes.
The new boxes will be stored at
T. 0. Grissom & Co's feed store in
Marion, where you can obtain same
on next Monday, county court day.
C. A. Adams.
All parties having accounts against
or holding notes of Henry F. Mcdonald
deceased, will please present
them properly proven by or before
April 1st or be forever barred. All
parties owing said II. F. McDonald
will qomo forward and sottle and
save cost. U. G. Hughes,
You'll Buy if You Look.
Suits, Overcoats, Pants
THE RIGHT KIND
One Lot $15.00 mid $16.50 Suits for $11.50
" " 12.50 and 14.00 ' " 10.00
" " 10.00 and 11.00 " " 8.00
" " 7.00 and 8.00 " " 5.50
Good Overcoats to Close
$3, $4, $5, $6 Overcoats
$4.50 to $10.00
pi ON With the NEW OUT with tlie OLD
tHfi All Heavy Winter Goods at Big Cut Prices. New Spring Goods are
Arriving Dally. SEE THEM AT ONCE ! j
S Dress Goods, White Goods, Lin
ens, Fine Embroideries, Val
Laces, Torchan Laces, Clothing
Shoes, Shirts and Neckwear
Style - - - Fit
Are the Inducements we offer
HHY 0 liiii
Keep in touch with US
We have the Goods
Bits of By-Play.
Jim Henry, the minoral man, is
long, loan and lank. He is a born
optimist and revels in the glorios of
the "will come to pass." He knows
a rock from a clod of dirt, and when
this Crittenden-Livingston mineral
district blossoms as the rose a great
deal of credit should be entered up to
Jim Henry's account. Several
months ago Jim had occasion to be
at the hospital in Kvansville frequently.
One night the hospital
attendants backed the ambulance to
to the hospital door and after stowing
away an emaciated insane patient,
climbed to the scat and awaited
orders to move out. Jim Henry
ranie to the dopr, and exercising one
of his peculiar traits (curiosity) began
investigating to see who was
being taken away and what for.
Sliding past the wheels he prepared
to hail the driver and auk him a
question. The driver caught sight
of Jim about this time and with one
spring he was on the ground by
Jim's side exclaiming, 'Vot tho
Lord's sake, you out already I"
With that he laid hold and amid expostulations
and explanations was
about to put Jim in the ambulance.
On opening tho door he found hii
original patient. By this time Jim
had lost all his patience and thoy
came to a mutual understanding.
Jim said, "If that cller had put
mo in that ambulance I'd be dad
gummed if I hadn't sued the city of
We greeted Brother Jasper McDowell
the other day and in answer
to an inquiry concerning his health
he said he was about the game he
had been for tbti last sovonty or
A school teacher not a thousand
miles from lioro sent a little girl
named Rosic home to her mother.
She sent with her a diplomatic note
in which to the best of her ability
she conveyed to Rosic's parents that
it was not possiblo to conduct her
school unless soap and water were
used on tho children in attendance.
The next day Rosie returned as untidy
as ever. She brought a note to
the teacher which read:
is New and
I send Ilusie to school t be
learned, not to bo etuelled. Her
nanio is llosio, but slid le not a
Somo of the old accounts on the
books of the Crittondon l'ros and
the" Crittcndon Record call vory vividly
to our mind some linos from
Longfellow, ono of which is
"Stand like harpers hoar,
With boards that rost on their
The accounts havo stood their ground
well. They arc aged and infirm,
with long whiskors, but yot they
stand. They novcr woary though
they stand forcvor. Somo of them
are quite as anciont as arc some of
tho jokes found in this column. If
anyone who sees this owos such an
account, please come to this office
and pay it. If you won't pay it
como and toll us, so that we may
mutually get into an agreeable frame
of mind. We are desirous of dismissing
from our books and minds
these aged landmarks one way or the
Colonel I). C. Roberts vinitud
Marion a few days ago and Sunday ed
here. We arc not certain about that
word, but Colonel uses it and therefore
wo follow. He went to church
and looked good. During the singing
it was noted by those near
enough to hear that he smote that
song good and strong. His rich
harrow-tone voire rose and fell in
In answer to the appeal of the
Crittenden Record for poetry under
tho head of "Snow, Snow, Beautiful
Snow," one of our well wishers
and best of friends, kindly gavo us
"Snow, snow, beautiful snow.
Wish you would stay way up above,
Or go way down below.'
This is no doubt original.
My Number is
222 Water St.
gaai a n
Winter Shoes !:.J
That Wear GOOD ."
Cut Prices "3
Men and Women
Boys and Girls j
We Save You Monev
Mr. Utu La Hue ad Mi A4a
Hill went to I'rioMtoN hn Thursday
Fob. 2.S, and rr NMml, Ituv. A.
J. TliotiipMiti, of Kttttnwa, puriorm
inu the ceremony. Mr. IxtlUt is
a tou of Mr. Lusrian LaKur, f
Shoridan, and is a vorj prominent
and promisiiiK young man. Hia
father is one of the leading farmers
of Shoridan neighborhood. Mi&
Ada Hill is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. O. Hill, of tttit place, and
a vory attractive and popular young
lady with a host of frionds in thi
vicinity. Sho lus taught two fall
schools at Chapol Hill and has gireu
satisfaction and was liked by young
and old. Mr. and .Mr. LaKuo will
immediately go to housekeeping nuar
Misses l'oarl Hill and Willie
Clement are home from school t
Marion visiting their parents.
Mr. Will Ward and family, of
Marion, wore the guosts of Mr. .1.
T. Iligham and family, of
Mr. Thomas Spillman Hill will
work for his Uncle, T. M. Hill, thU
Mr. James Persons was out
on J. X. Hill's farm oloso to
Crayuevillc last Wednesday for mineral.
He said the prospoct was
"PrcventicR" will promptly chock a
cold or tho Grippe when taken onriy or
at the "Bneoze hUkc" 1'revontica cure
seated colds as well. I'revontics are
little cnmly cold cure tablets, and Dr.
Shoot), Kacine, Wis, will gladly mail
you samples and a hook on colds freo,
if you will write him. Tho Bampliii
prove their merit. Check onrly Cold
with Preventics and stop pnoumonia.
Sold in Be and 2Tc boxes by HnynoH &
Will be in Marion, Monday
March 11, to buy good horses
and mules. Bring in your
stock and get the cash.
Layne & Lcavcl.
T remote a cough. Get at the colli which
the ruuvh Tliore It nullum; to xh1
Ktnneily s Ijiiuve ( ouiih Syrup Vll ljr I II
LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
i EVANSVILLE, INDIANA
"A8CH00L WITH A REPUTATION"
An) ot desiring tontrarU to lu
ore through prmg and summer wi.
do well t nte Ww. S. Urn
Saletu, Ky., or telephone him. Hat
drods of tons now roady to be tooted
to Marion, or railroad.
Wh. S. Low tin
and rumomtxT tho noxt tirno you
from pain -caused by damp
your huad nearly burst frun
neuralgia try Ballard's Snow I.m
ment. It will cure you. A urnminrrv
iKisinowt man of Humpptoad, Texan
wntoa. 'I haw wnd your liniment
ProvMMM to using it I wh a groat suf
forer from Ithouiwitmm ar.u Nournlgia
I am plwued to say that now I am free
from those complaint. I am surr I
owe this Ui your liniment." J. II Orme
IW ! rMaIa .( m, ho. ,4, , j h
eM Ntr iN 04, ,(, ftMpt tr r.wi
tlf PMUr !!. cttteoc Kr
t CMik Srmp mmn hr tU
Mitiiw N) ,( m4, t,, j 0fmr
A good piano. New, has bceo
used very Utile. (!. JJ. Fohtkii.
For CaUrrh, let mo send you f rev
just to pnivo merit, a Trial sire Hox of
Dr. Snoop's CaUirrh Romvly. It is a
snow white, creamy, healing nntisvpti.
balm that grrrs instant relief to Catarrh
of the nose and throat. Make the free
test nnd see. Address I)r. Shoon. Hfc
cine, Wis, Large jar HO centa. Sold
by Haynes & Taylor.
This is to notify the public that
I have st4d my interest in tho Wal
Imgford slablo to W. I). Walling
ford 11 nd havo puruhascd an interest
in the llioklin Htablo on North Man.
street whero I will bo glad to wait
on my friends. Oko. II. Kostk.h
Kliounintic suiTererH can linvo a free
Humph- of Dr. Shoop'n Rheumatic rem
edy with Ixiok on Rheumatism bv
simply writing Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis
This book will ojplnin how Dr.
Remedy successfully driven
Rheumatism out of tho blood. This
remedy is not a relief only. It aims to
clear the blood entirely of Rheumatic
IMiisons, nnd then Rheumatism must
dio a natural death. Sold by Hoyni'ff
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