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MEN'S WALK-OVER SHOES.
LADIES K. D. CUSTOM SHOES
School Shoes in TANS-BLACKS-PATENTS
With QUALITY-SNAP STYLE
FALL WOOL GOODS
STfte aEritttnben Ctceorb'PrcSS
30th year, Circulatien 4,003.
S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher.
Entered as matter gtb.
1907 attbe postotSce at Marlon, Kentucky under
tbe Act of Coneress 0! March 3, i5r?
ETRICTLT CASH IN ADVANCE.
TERMS OH SUBSCRIPTION
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i month mailed to any address
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are subscribers. If not sent in
by a subscriber, 5 cents a line for
each line To regular subscribers b
cents a line for all over twenty linos.
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company the copy, no exceptions.
THURSDAY, Sept. 3, 190S.
To my friends and patrons.
I asked you thru the Record-Press
to come and settle your accounts with
me. as I had obligations to meet, but
you failed, disappointed me and caused
me to disappoint others. So now
you have forced me to the expense to
hire a collector, who hasn't the authority
to wait, or the inclination. So
those who want to settle with me
you willabave to come by Sept., 20.
After that date all my accounts both
etore and medical will be turned over
to an authorized agent, with instruction!
to press collection. So please
don't think hard of me, a you have
had sufficient notice.
Yours Very truly,
I. H. Clemekt.
Laid To Rest.
The sweet little babe of Mr, and
Mrs. J S Rowe, coming into their
home at 4 o'clock Saturday evening,
was laid to rest by hands at 9 o'clock
Sunday morning in the beautiful Pythian
cemetery, its little newly made
aN mound of beautiful, flnwnm
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TKr ia ranch uneasiness about thnl
condition of good Sister Rowo, who
is indeed very low. Sturgisa News-Democrat.
0 Augist the 30th at T. A. Murray's,
H. R. Stenbridge and
had a reunion. All were pre
test bat three. There were thirty-six
present aid at soon there was
sumptuous feast ipread and all did
honor to the oooasion. Mr. 3 tern -
bridge started to Tennessee to visit
LEAVES FOR BOGOTA
Former Senator W. J, Deboe at Head
ot South American Railroad
Former United States Senator W.
J. Deboe, of Marion, who has boen
horc for several days, left today for
Bogota, Colombia, whore he will
take the first steps in the work of
building a railroad. Associated with
a number of American capitalist, aud
Sonator Doboc beliovos that he hag
a proposition that will prove to be a
bonanza. There are Ken-
tuckians interested in the venture, 1
and the company has a capital stock
of several million dollar. The Colombian
Government will erant
that will be valuable a"nd
and the railroad will be built without
delay. Louisville Post.
Miss Carolyn place on the
staff of teachers for the scholastic
year in the Marion Graded and High
School has been awarded to Miss-Mabel
Minner, daughter of our esteemed,
townsman W. . Minner. It
will be remembered, Miss Harris had
to give up teaching on account of her
health. As soon as the announcement
was made that she would not
fill her place there were several ap
plicants, for the vacancy. The board I
had a difficult problem before them,
as all of those desiring the place were
worthy and 'twas only necessary to
decide which one was moat capable
of serving tbe constituents of the
The majority of the board decided
that Miss Mabel Minner was the one
most worthy of having the plaee.
On Tuesday June 30th the all
wise Creator in his infinite wisdom.
saw fit to eommiisioi the death angel
to take from oar midst, sister Jant
Simpson. Sister Sinpion for several
years had been afflicted 10 that she
could eot go about and work for the
Master, but thru all these years of
afflictionshe was patient and theerful
and tore her trials with ehristian
lore and fortitude.
Sister Bimpson, was 74 years old
the 25th day of last September.
She gave her heart to Qod when
only a small girl, and shortly after
his old homo, it being thirty-seven joined tho Baptist church at Crooked
years since ho left Tennessee, and he
is 77 years old. He was presented
with a new suit of clothes and $17.00
in money. Ho will be gone some
four or five weeks.
Secure A Certificate.
Under the State Normal School
Law, persons oompleting cortain
courses of study will be awarded a
certificato whioh permits them to
teach anywhere in Kentucky without
further examinatinn. II. U. Cherry,
Pr sident of the Western Normal,
Creek and remainrd there until her
death. For sevoral years she has
been deprived of attending church
services, but she always expressed a
desire to do something for her creator.
She leaven a husband and four
children two sistors and one brother
to mourn her loss. We can only
commend the bereaved ones to him
who has mil m all things worked
together for gfl t them that love
tho Lord TIi.k should
serve on'y to draw it, biarrvri in
cioscr toui'ii wiin inr iov.
that thev ma bi lull prqiai
furnish full information upon the death angel hIihII summon them
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New Fall Clothing
We creatly sympathize with the
family in their loss, but whilo it is
their loss it is heavens gain, and we
should be submissive to his will and
ay blessed be the name of the Lord.
We shall sleep but not forever,
There will be a glorious dawn,
We shall meot to part, noncver,
Iti the Resurrection morn.
M. K. GRK4ITQN.
1 will on Sept. 12th, 1906, at my
plae of business in Blackford, Ky.f
oiler for sale the folio wintr
One gold watch and other effects
of Frod Xesbttt, deceased.
A L. Scllivan, Administrator.
At the residence of the bride's1
father, Lewis Clark, Mr. Frank
Pickens, of Blackford, and Miss
Dcsser Clark were united in marriage,
Rev. J. R. King officiating.
Mr. Pickens is one of Blackford's
business young men, and Miss Clark
is a fair young lady of this city.
We extend congratulations.
Tobacco cutting this week
a fine crop is being housed.
A barn raising at G. B. Taylor's
Virgil Threlkeld and John Franks
catered school at Carrsville Monday.
tit:ii a :i .L.
I nr 111 crga aim taioiiy were iuo
gwests relatives near Salem Saturday.
The school commission met in this
district and1 transacted some important
business recently. The new law
is gaining in favor witb our people
a it is being better understood. 0.
W. Fox is president of the first district.
The right man in the right
D. F. Fox and family, of Shady
Grave, were the guests of his son
here last week.
A great deal of hauling on Marion
and Satan road now, and the dust,
the dust, surely the like was never
known. Again we renew our motion
for a pike from Marion to Salem,
who will second the notion?
J. A. Davidson, the assessor, now
begins hit arduous task, while the
property owner lives in dread between
the sheriff and tax list supervisor.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben O'hrien
a fine girl.
Died at his home near here Aug.
1908 uncle Wash Duvall and
was intcred at the Caldwell 8prings
Died at hor homo near town Aug
laua, uortiia, the
daughtor of Frank lloberts.
The remains were brought to tho Dv
cushurg oeraetery for interment.
C. R. Padon and family attended
ho association at Hampton last toi
Aunt allio Boaz
health at this writing.
Mrs. Mattie Waddlington m
Miss Lillian Decker visited Kelsey
Miss Maude Richards returned
Wednesday from an cxtondod usit
to relatives in south central Ky, and
Mr. and Mrs. P. K Cookscy, accompanied
by their daughter, Miss
Rhoa, and Mrs. T. L Phillip and
littlo daughter, are spending this
week at Dawson Sprines.
Mrs. Maggie Perkins, of Frances,
was the guost of Mrs. J. R.
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Quite a number of our young folks
enjoyed a hay ndo to Maple Sink,
where they spent the day Ashing.
Mrs. Came Bradley and Miss
Nona Cothran are visiting m Center,
Miss Margerot Grove wai
by her father, with a boatuifttl
little pony recently.
J a.. Duvall, of Cairo, III., i the
gnes. of friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Jaekson and
little daughter, accompanied bv Mrs.
J. C Bennett and littlo sons, were
tho guosts of Mr. and Mrs. J. Jackson
of near Kelsey Sunday.
Mrs. Callie Humphreys returned
to her home Sunday, after spending
a week with friends at this place.
Mrs. Mary Langston is visiting
Miss Loasie McReynolds spent last
week with littlo friends in the country.
Prof. Hust and Misses Marion and
Maude Richardsloft Sunday to
We all hopo for a good rain soon.
0. I. G. Pigs Eor Sale.
I have a very thrifty uniform
litter of O. I. C. Pigs
that are subject to reparation
for sale at $10.00 each would
be glad 'for those in teres ttd
call and see them or write
me. J. L. Wright, Hampion
Kentucky. Oct. 1.
The Western Kentucky State Normal
of Bowling Green offers young
people desiring sehelorship and professional
training an unexcelled opportunity
to prepare for the actual
dutieH of lifo. Write H. H. Cherry
Bowling Green, Ky., for information.
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THE GRAND WIND UP OF THE
Marion, Ky Autr. 20 19U8...I
this date taken up and impounded
the following described proporty to-wit
One black and white spotted
hoifcr, woight about 400 lbs., about
1; months old, lias horns and unmarked.
If the abovo heifor is not called
for on or before Sept., fi 1003, I will
ell at public salo for oath in hand to
pay for impounding and feeding and
keeping same, ai my rosidonee in
Bast Marion, known as the John
X Clark property.
Sale will b between the hours of
1 and 3 0 eloek p a., Sept., f 19UH.
A. S. Causa:?. Gity Marshal,
and Pound Master.
Will James and family, of Marion,
who have been spending the past j Hiilor.
few days in this virinity, returned
j Marion Truitt and Waliaee Clift
; were in the Korost Grove vioinlty
Frank Williams has moved back
from south east Missouri to Fords
C M Clift was in the Mattoon
Frank Smith has been exceedingly
sick of malaria for several days.
Frank Williams will live noxt year
ai the Lee Rankin place on the cotton
Roo W afford is contemplating
making trip to Missouri soon.
Miss Rosa Hughes is on tbe sick
list this week
C M Clift attended the meeting ot
the newly olected trustees at the
Seminary school house Wednesday.
Dr. Moreland has deoided to locate
Miss Maud Wo fiord, aged thirteen
years, killed a gray fox thia week.
This it how it happnet. Maud was
walking through the orchard and saw
the fox caught in one of her brother's
big steel trap. The fox put on a
frightful, terrible face as the young
lady advanced. Perhaps the fox wat
thinking of the old joke that women
will scream at the sight of a monso.
Bnt renard's bleff game did not work.
Maud seised a strong stick, that lay
closo by, and dealt a fatal blow to
tho fox, after he had given numerous
snaps and snarls.
The newly elected trustees, of division
No. 3, met at the Seminary
school houso Aug. 26th. The moet.
ing was called to order by Suit.
Paris, after which Edgar Smith was
elected chairman and J II Summer,
villo, socrotary; Jesse Gahagan was
oleetod by the board for trustee to i
fill tho vacancy in Weston and Green's
Chapel. Sovoral interesting talks
were rmdo concerning tho needs and
conditions of tho schools in this di
vision, 1 ho mooting then adjourned
after deciding to mlot 'again some
timo next spring,
Tho ten year old nn
Lnnham h,i t j) j,i 'i
' 'ont nrir I ho rosid
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WE ARE PUTTING OUT GOODS AT CLEAN-UP PRICES
The Prices Will Please You as they are Low
THE GOODS ARE RIGHT.
Summer Clothing--Low Shoes
SUMMER GOODS WITHOUT THE PROFIT
ciwc oinnro broken lots in best goods
DUTO OUM9 AT 25 PERCENT. DISCOUNT.
The Advantages of these Bargains and Your Dollars will Do Double 18;
hams Saturday morning. Cy Franklin
was driving along the rod with
a load of water molon, and young
Lauhatn was riding on the wagon
he probably Minding ou the
tnolon when he suddenly lost his
balonce and startod to fall. He
would perhaps have fallen clear of
the wagon, had he not caught tho
hind wheel, which threw him orr
canting the whool to ruu over hi
abdomen, breaking four ribs and
bruising him up badly. Drs. More-land
and Perry were at once aom untied.
The little fellow was unota
eiou for several hour, and for a
time hie death was continuously ox
T. 11. Butler has mevod to his residence:
aud T. K. Hillyard has woved
to the house formerly ooenpioti by
The Moore Drug Co and W. R.
Cox have moved to the new store
building in the Riee block.
The M. W. of A. lodge has moved
to the Riee opera hall. This lodge
has only been organized a short time
and has now, about forty members
and is growing rapidly and the moTe
to this hall gives them an elegant
Salt by tho barrel sec Bennott Sr.
Mrs. N M Dollar and Mrs. R.
C. Crowe are visiting friends in Cadiz
Messrs. John Riee and John
Hughes spent several days in Chicago,
III., last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Rice spent
Sunday at Dawson Springs.
Some tobaeco ii being homed in
There has been several now residences
and store rooms built here
this summer and there are indications
that there will be more erected toon,
in fact several families are wanting
to movo here and put their children
in sehool, but there is not a vaoant
houso in town,
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j Thi Critltndtn Springs
j Hotel. :
Now open for the Season.
I j F. M. Davidson, Proprietor
Fare as good aH the market
1 affords. 2
The patronage of the public
2 will be appreciated and I
every effort made to please J
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