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Backed evidence of LOWEST PRICES
and BEST STOCK.
Always more real value for a dollar than
a dollar buys elsewhere.
Clean Up Prices !
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S. M. JENKINSIEditor and Publisher.
GEO. M GRIDER, Associate Editor,
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THURSDAY, JULY IS, 1307.
We are authorized to announce
R. H. THOMAS
a candidate for Assessor, to fill out the
unexpired term of J. Anthony Davidson,
subject to the action of the Republican
party. He endorses the local
Succisstul tn the West.
W. A. Deau, formerly of
Hill, this county, son of J. M. Dean,
one of the first citizens of that section
of the county, ha been elected
to the office of County Superintendent
of schools for Red River county,
Texas, and has moved from Detroit,
Tux., to the county seat, Clarksville,
This is a vcrj fine position and
one requiring a great deal of push
and energy as well as a high education
to manage and it is a great
compliment to "Sandy" and we
However, his success has not
caused him to forget his home people
and all old friend1 from whom he
has been separated so long. He
wrote us under date ot July 12 u
Clarksville, Tex., July 12, 11107.
Gentlemen. Please send my paper
tu Clarksville instead of Detroit,
(Texas). We think much and often
of the friends in old Kentucky, and
your paper renews every week the
pleasant recollections of early days.
May this be a year of prosperity
and progress for the Record-Press
and its many readers.
Very sincerely yours,
W. A. Dean.
Waistings, suitings and skirt
at unheard of prices, at Grady
Bros. Weston, Ky.
hhJ1 L .mm a
Virgil Moore entertained a number
of frinds at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moore,
Friday evening July 12th, at a lawn
Miss Carrie Moore presided at the
punch bowl, and an elegant lunch
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wilson
entertained Friday evening, July
12, in honor of their guest, Miss
Agnes Muh, of Jackson, at Kucrc.
Mrs. H. H. Sayre won ladies first
prize, a beautiful belt buckle; Mr.
R. F. Haynes won gentlemens first
prize, a stick pin; Dr. Stilwell was
awarded the consolation prize.
The guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. Haynes, Mrs. H. H. Sayre,
Misses Kitty and Fanny Gray,
Blanche Haase, Lillic Cook, Mattie
Henry, Delia Barnes, Ida Hill and
Leaffa Wilborn, Messrs W. G. Clifton,
A. M. Shelby, R. B. Cook and
F. S. Stilwell.
On Wednesday evening, July 10,
Misses Kitty and Fanny Gray very
delightfully entertained a few friends
at Five Hundred in honor of Miss
Muh, of Jackson, Miss.
Miss Muh was awarded the visitor's
prize, a souvenir spoon; Mrs.
Sayre won ladies' prize, a pair of
gold candlesticks, and Mr. Shelby
won the gentlemen's prize, a handsome
The guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Clifton, Mrs. H. H. Sayre, Misses
Agnes Muh, Delia Barnes, Lillie
Cook, Mattie Henry, Blanche Haase
Leaffa Wilborn, Messrs R. B. Cook,
F. S. Stilwell, A. M. Shelby, W. G.
Clifton, W. H. Clark, 0. W. and
R. H. Haynes.
Major F. M. Clement improving.
Major F. M. Clement was reported
quite ill last Sunday afternoon at his
home in the country. He first had a
chill and afterwards a slight attack
of heart failure. Dr. O. C. Cook, of
Crayneville, was called and soon had
him around all right. He is reported
much better today, although suffering
with a slight attack of flux.
His son J. I. Clement, was in the
city Wednesday morning and said
his father was getting along well.
Prices to Make Them Sell !
OF THE SEASON !
Best you ever saw.
Least you ever heard of.
Our Prices Should
Patronize a Good Cause.
The committee ot the Marion cemetery
Association would again call
your attention to the ice cream supper
they intend giving next Saturday
evening in the Court House yard.
They expect to be ready to serve
cream by 4:30 and ask a liberal
patronage. Do not come and want
a 5 cent saucer, if you do then call
for three at a time.
The Marion Band has kindly offered
to furnish us with special music,
and plenty of it, they want to help a
good cause along. You do your part
in this and we will have a nice sum
of money at the end, with which to
pay for the hauling of the gravel for
the drives and walks.
Our girls will call on the homes of
the town and solicit your help. We
will need about fifteen gallons of
cream and the same of sherbet and
about twenty five cakes.
Time and space will not permit us
to say all we would like to say in regard
to this matter ot the improvment
of our cemetery and wc hopo that
the good people who are interested
in this cause in the least will give
us your hearty co-operation in this
undertaking. The Committee.
The lesson for the Bible class next
Sunday will be Ex. inclusive.
This is a review of the lesson two
weeks ago. In that lesson God was
telling Moses how the sacred things
were to be made. In this we are
told how they were made.
TOPICS EOR STUDY.
1, The gift of the people.
2, The workmeu.
3, The people restrained from
4, The curtains and covering of
o, The hoards, bars and doors of
(), The ark of the covenant.
7, The furniture of tho holy place
8, Tho alter of burnt offerings
and the lavcr.
!), Tho priests garments.
10, The intre.
For Sale, or Rent.
House, in Marion, containing six
rooms. Two acres of ground. Well
cistern, stock pond and stable on
premises, wnu conie at Princeton
or see me at train.
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Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Moore, of
Madisonville, are the guests of relatives
in this city.
Miss Grace Hill, of Chapel Hill,
was in the city last week the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Lawrence Crider.
Miss Carrie Moore left Monday for
Evansville, where she has charge of
the shorthand department of Lock-year's
College, while Miss Kato
Browing, the regular teacher, has
W. E. Dowell passed through the
city Satuday night and took the
train at 10 o'clock for Wellsford,
Kan., to attend his mother's burial.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Crowell were
in the eity, Friday, the guests of her
sister, Mrs. W. L. Staton, on South
Rev. Benjamin Andres attended
the Princeton Presbytery which convened
in Henderson last week, but
returned and filled his pulpit here,
Mr. Russell, of Dunkdina, Ind.,
Miss Clark, W. L. Vera and daughter,
of Salem, passed through the
city last week on route to tho 'Hub.'
Everett Minner, of St. Louis, who
has been visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. YT. E. Minner of this city
left Thursday for his home.
Mrs. C. Nealy, of Marion, Ky.,
who has been the guest of Mrs. Samuel
Cromwell for several days, loft
for Paducah yesterday to spend a few
days. Henderson Journal.
WANTED. To buy a hoisting
engine and boiler with log washer,
giving price and capacity. Address
J. M. Persons Marion, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pyle, of Sa
lem, were in the city Monday, on
route to Louisville with their little
daughter to have her treated.
Miss Estelle Walker and Noel, of
Grand Junction, Colo., are expected
to arrive hero next week. They are
now visiting relatives in Hillsboro,
Tho late Roscoo Rochester carried
five hundred dollars in the W. 0. W.
and one thousand in the Phoenix
M utual, represented by It. L.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Smith and son,
Minish, of Tolu, passed through the
city Thursday en route to Vevay,
lnd., and Gratz, Ky., to visit relatives.
The Union services will bo held at
the Christian churoh next Sunday
evening, with preaohing by Rev,
Benjamin Andres. Services begin
promptly at eight o'clock,
Miss Nellie and Jesse Olive have
returned to their homo in Marion,
after a pleasant visit with friends
here. Lyon County Herald.
' P W I I I I I I II M I II WWW
At. si sj r m ir, rs a. r i a, in rs r in ir yirx ri rr, a .-
Htll mov 'DbV'X'Bhctwhhi vr' '
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YOU Summer Clothes Must Go! s i4
K i ' I A UL
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Lots of Summer
Goods at Clean
On Wash Goods, Lawns,
ALL MUST GO !
Yandell Gugcnheim Company.
Clean Up Of All
Lots of the
Best Styles Left
Men's Women's, Children's
WHITE LOW CUTS
the regular price.
Look at them
Frank McConnell, who has been nearly $7,000. The case was recent-working
at Tolu, came up Monday ly affirmed by the court of appeals
to attend his brother Howard s f, . . . c , .
after nearly four of fiuhtinc.
ill. and lofr UorlnPsrtnv fnr his hnnio years ui.wu.
at Big Springs, Ky.
Mrs. S. H. Cromwell and little
daughters, Mary Lambert, and Rebecca,
of Henderson, who has been
the guests of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Cook, left Friday afternoon
At 10 o'clock Friday morning the
Paducah Presbytery held an impor
tant meeting at the second Presbyterian
church in this city. Dr. James
H. Letcher presided as moderator.
Among those present at this meeting
were: Rev. H. B. Zernow, of
Corydon; Rev. W. M. Wharton, of
Morganfield; Rev. Bon Andrews, of
Marion; Rev. L. Humphrey, Dr. Jas
H. Letcher and C. W. Woodbridge,
of this city.
The business of tho Presbytery was
that of the reception of the Rev. L.
Humphrey into the Paducah Presbytery.
It was decided that the installation
service be held on the fourth
Sunday in this month, which is the
28th , at 11 o'clock in the morning
Rev. Thos Cummins, of tho First
Presbyterian churoh, this city, will
deliver the sermon and propound the
constitutional iiueitions, Rev. Ben
Andrews will be his alternate.
Row J. H. MoCullagh, this city,
will deliver tho charge to the pastor,
Rev. L. Humphrey, and Mr. B. G.
Witt will deliver the charge to the
It will be an interesting as well as
an important servioe, as it marks the
advent of an able minister into the
And ice Cream supper two miles
west of Sheridan. Ky., at G. D.
Humphrey's, on the night of July,
27, 1907. Plenty of refreshments
of all kinds and Cold Drinks will be
on the grounds. Will have a String
Band to furnish music. Everybody
invited Boys, bring your girls and
have a good timo.
G. D. Humphrey, ,
B. B. Terry,
Big Judgement. '
Attorney .Newton W. Utley was in
Paducah Tuesday where he met representatives
of the Fidelity and Deposit
company, of Baltimore, and
effected a settlement of the Tinsley f
judgement, collecting for Air. -Tinsley '
Mr. Utley's friends are congratulating
him on his success in what
has been probably the hardest fought
case ju their court for a decade.
It is a gratifying fact that Lyon
county's interests and the interests
of her citizens may be safely defended
by Lyon county lawyers.
J. F. Canada Sells Out.
As I have sold my entire interest
in the Canada & Bishop general
merchandise store, at Crayneville,
Ky., to my partner, Mr. Newton J.
Bishop, I would respectfully ask all
of our customers to continue business
with Mr. Bishop, as he is a gentle
man in every respect, and all who
owe him will do him a great favor by
coming and settleing your account,
as he can't run a business without
I have some outstanding accounts
which are duo myself, which I will
ask you who owe them to como forward
and settle same as I must closo
my business at Crayneville at once.
I want to thank the good people
of Crayneville for your patronage
while in business there.
Jas. . Canada.
Is the oft repeated expression
which tells its own
tale 61 putting off till tomorrow
that which should
have been done today.
Neglecting to i n s u re
causes a loss of many millions
of dollars every year
to property owners. Don't
be one of them, but get
your insurance now.
I represent one of the
strongest insurance offices
in the land, and without
question the oldest in the
world, being established in
LET ME INSURE
Jno. A. Moore
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