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3S Tickct Given
4 With Each
.W.Nuen,deatist, Press Baildin
Joko Aim, Rao Williams aad
Mealy Brothers, all of Fords Kerrj,
were her Tuesday.
Miss laa Woods kas geae to
Deltas, Ark., to visit ksr sister,
Mrs. Wslsford Wkite,
Mjroa Krisble is ill with a eoea.
pfccatioe ef dissasss at kis koss aa
Mrs. A. M. Wlfrgiagtaa aad Mrs.
9efca Wyett, of Fredoala, war tks
fMsts Mrs. Dorr T easdey,
Rata Yaaag aad fatally left far
Aaarille. Teaas, . Taesdey, wkere
rkey will looats.
Marian Orndedaeid Higk Uekeel
mi artaariag ia aeUfcrale tka eeatea
nJeJ anniversary -el Liaeala's kirtk
Mrs. Barais Matt, of 8atlls,
Weskiagtoa, was tks gnest of Mrs.
nais Lforr Tuesday. Mrs. Molt ts
viaitiag rtlatirss at bar aid kerne,
'ffasdoaia, this winter.
11. A. and 11. K. Haynes left
JJienday for Delaod, Florida, to vis.
it their brother, Zan and Sep
Thej will bo absent several
Senator 1 S, Maxwell left Monday
for Ardmorc, Oklahoma, to viw
it his folks. His sister-in-law, Mrs
rric Maxwell, in roportod to be
Dr V. (J. Moroland ih not only
getting busy in hin profeHHion, but
alao got busy and drew the H.()()
anio at Taylor it Cannan'o drawing
FOU SALB A 220-egg Oyphora'
laanbator in good condition, l'riee
TaaBonablo. For particulars
-write Kdwabi) F. Smith, Tola,
Hj. 'Phone No. 1J
R. B. Browa who has been Tisitiog
at his old home aear Nashville,
lean., aad tha Hermitage, has re
tmraca hnnvJL H rnnrl. anunk w.
Weitemjat in the state over tka trial
Hof the Coopers, father and son, wko
Bye ob trail for tha killlag of former
n.r; "Senator, K. W. Carnaaok.
J -, .. .
a fun nbni. omaii House on
lawtk Oolleee street. AddI v is
liss Nolle Walker.
IF. W. NUNN,
Suito 3, 4 Boehive Blook
All work guaranteed. If anv
orV prove" '.7:iSa,',i',orv. p'en'
yjjpll at my offioo at onoe.
F.W.Nnaa, dentist, Press Buildiag
Ira C. Hughes, who lives near
this city, went to Princeton last
week to spend a few days on bus
man to sell lubricating- oils, greases'.
and paints in Critttadea and adjoining
eoaaties. Salary or commission.
Fairfai Reining Co.,
34 'Jt p Cleveland. Ohio.
U. K. 8mith. of liaeibal, Minoari,
wba attended sekool kere siiteea
years age, dropped ia last, week to
visit eld friends. While ia the eity
ke was the gnest of City Attorney
Joke A. Mae re, wkwas one of his
key hood frienls.'"'
Silas Oness1 will start a kaek line
an tka Skady Grave rente te ran
tkraa daysaa't ti :aekr week. '.TkU
will ka a grant advantage ta Beetle
an tke rt, ka will hay all kinds
af prodnea. Hii lrt kaek wil
leataManan Tnesday, Fab. If.
Mrs. Josie Tyaer, wife ef Wm.
Tyner, of Salem visihity, left tkis
week far Ft. Meyers, Fla., to witit
ker son. Fein Tyaer, and kis family,
laa letter to kis father recently Felix
said that the children there are go
ing barefoot and tha weather like
old Kentucky in Jane.
Sylvan Schwab has obtained a nice
poiition at Memphis, Tenn., and has
gono there to accept same. That he
will attend to all the duties that do.
volve on him in a manner to please
bis employers in the prediction of
those here who known him.
A survey has been niado of the
Cumberland river from its mouth to
Hiirnnicd and ncvoral locks and dams
will bo orcotcd by the government,
insuring slack water navigation the
year round. This will bo a great
boncfit to shippers along the river,
besides bringing compotion to rail-road
traffic and thus cause rcaMonablo
froight rates both by rail and river.
'Squiro Job Postleweight has in
his posscscon a tax reocipt for taxes
paid for the year 1842 by Richard
Postleweight and David Postleweight
tha former of whom was his grandfather.
The paper is yellow with
age end was signed by W. B.
sheriff of Crittenden county,
aad is probably the oldest receipt in
existence for taxes paid in Critten.
den ooonty, as the oounty was
ia 1842. Can any one show
a giaer oner
I have employed a First-Class
blacksmith, and will h
able to have all work entrusted
to me. put out in Nn. 1
condition and at reasonable
prices. Horse-shoeing and
Carriage Painting a specialty.
34 4t A. J.
Bellville street R. R. crossing
4.50 1 another'
Cleaoiag and pressing up stairs,
over our storo. Shaw, Davis & Co.
Firatn GHh Dale.
There will be an all-day opes
meeting of the Farmor'a Union at
Chapel, two miles east of I
Salem, near the Stephens elay mines
ta Fab. H, 150t, , , .
Speaking all day. Rev. John
Grady aad R, L. Barnett will d-dress
JCverybody invited. Dinner on
Come and learn somatking of tka
principles of tke union and if yon
are not a member you will joia.
II. L. Travis was the ion of Jas.
Harvey Travis, the fourth son of a
family of nineteen children.
He was born in Crittenden county,
Kontuoky, Juno J). 1847.
Married to Sallio Miller in 1SG7.
Died January 'M, 11)09, aged 01
years, eight months.
Ho profiled religion at Hell's
Mines when young, in n meeting
held by Hro Wynn, nnd joined the
church. He next joined at Cave
Spring under Hro Wynn and was
elected n Kldur. Ho joined again
at Mt Zinn under Hro. Wynn. He
aftorward joined at Weston; then at
Sturgis. He was Ruling Elder at
all the latter churches.
Ho leaves behind a widow and five
children, all members of tho churoh,
ten brothers and two sisters.
A consistent life. Public in
prayer aad exhortation,
Wanted ustom Sawing.
We have our mill on Bier-
ham's lot on Princeton street
in Marion, near the laundrv.
and are prepared to do any
and all kinds of custom sawing.
, G. W. Lawson & Bro.
Min- Hrrmniv Ijnfuin, a
and fioM..tr Hiir ;i N, (,0d ''IU,N
iIhv.u , f...t, T n. r miitlier, ilrs.
Ii"rn h I),,,,, ; , I. i..i,1wi I
' 'UMil IMIIXI. !
1 ' "r ' ''
will in-.ii i. , mi ctiiuon'rv today.
Cleaning and pressing up stairs,
over onr store. Shaw, Davis & Co.
Preparations are under way
the aaaus) oratorical contest
lUfSt f IK J Till
will take pltM Feb, 22.
These ekeaea to speak are: Ban-la
Conyer, Fradda Pioke'ns, Mary
Celeld, Marian Clamant, and Orlin
Moore. Kieelleat spssekes kave
bean prepared, and tka contestants
are practicing daily. Tka contest
premises to ka ana of tka best of
Olaaaiag .and pressing up stain,
ever Yr store. Skew, Davis db C.
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0 As primtfy is sodaie w 0
0 feel that to charge candidates the old 0
0 lishedrate of 5. tot announcing would be un- 0
0 just, and we have decidedto make a uniform 0
0 charge of $1.00. Cards "to run in each case un- 0
0 til the primary. CRITTENDEN Record-Press. 0
I). W. Stone, the commercial tourist,
who has traveled extensively
over the South on a recent visit to
the Hattle Ground on which was
fought Jan. 17th, 1781, tho famous
battle of tho "Cowpens" South Car.
olina obtained a rifle ball" which
he carries in his pookci as a valued
treasure. Ho also has quite a col
lection of coins. Among them is a
trade dollar of 1S77, a Columbian
half dollar 1S03, old half dollar of
1834, dollar of 1805,
Mexican (juartor of 1SU7, a Mexican
dimo of 1S37, Spanish half dime of
Don CaroluH IV 1797. half dime
ISM, half dimo 18.ri3, U. S.
one cent oopper 1903, Dutoh
two cent pieoe; 1ST5, and an Ksgle
U. 8. penny o 1853.
The coin ar valued by Mr. Stone
very highly mmi are a senree ot mo eh
pleasure aad interest to hint and to
ginger aewing Maohioe is
'h bot in the world, runs light,
sews right and last a life time. Go
to their nfflot on Carlisle street
the Earners' Bank, Marion, Ky.,
look at the Sheer and Wheeler &
Wilson, makes $3.00 down bay any
of thoo bslaoco on easy monthly
pavtnents Good second hand mi
ohines for salo $5.00 and up, guar.
Hiitued to give satisfaction. Best
nwi'.L' maohino Oil, Noodlos, Bands
nnd Repairs for all makes of sowing
tiiHuhint'x. Oflico open all the time.
VI .iml oo tho now Darninir at-
K'liMii'nt works on all look siioh,
:)0' k Geo. Rouinsom, Agt,
In Winter Dreaa Goods
Now is tha time for you
tobuytoaava from 25
to 50 par cant.
Soma extra valuaa in
Druggets. Ru?' nd
Carpets. It will pay you
to coma and see them.
Ti TM toft ff lirHt
I am housed up And unabie td git
out aad work, but will work on guns
shoes, raaors and knives.
All work guaranteed, or your money
I am on the ezpeaee of tka people
if I oan't get work to do at
home. I am able to do soma work
in tka house and will do good work
at a low priee.
Dear friends, bring mo your repair
work. I would rather have
your work than have you kelp ma
free. I will kave to ask kelp of tka
peapla if 1 eao't get work tbV.
Presley Gusss was awarded tka
postal route ' made vaeaat kt tke
Don't think you cannot find v9
GOOD SHOES jg
Come to us and we can prove, frto
iq you cnar. mere is sun loop
shoes made and w e have
them, and they cost you no
more than many others that
will net five von Mar tie
service or comtort vtu will O
find in these. (?
Tickets Given 1 r r IT t
far Each $1.00 S.
Paid On S'
GREAT STRIKE 6-FOOT
reiigpatiea otWtkea Rakia. This (kis compaay and kas aa dililav
is very U tkeyauag gea
tleman, as ke bad .tke fellewiar
appeaeati aad several etksrs wkoie
names were not niton tir' Miss
MiUrsd R.akia, Walter Oisir. Ten
uaaerea, Jesses Tratii, D. H. layd,
Ray DTall, Harry Ferry, Riskard
Gilbert, Roy Gilbert, Gay Oriitb,
Janus Freemaa, Jean 8ntkerlan
and Tkoaas P. Nowoom,
llTlttl IttUlfS CUM..
What will go down ia history as
one of the most interesting meetings
ever held in Marion closed Sundav
night, after a ran, during
all of which the interest was at
a high ebb. Thero were moro tban
100 professions and, besides the
Mathodsst churoh, other churches
in the city received recruits. Next
to tho Mothodist the Baptist churoh
wy proaea "P" emran
dump at tke mine wkieu would U
regarded ae koaaaia in tke mining
lelds almost anywhere else.
seems to lead in the number of ad- promonades and in tho buildings of
London, Jan. 29.- -A ifceeiaJr"
despatch reeeived kere from 'Baa
Sebastian, 8pain, says that terri
ble earthquake has devastated sever-
el towns and villages in south aa .
A ndal wave has partially
the coast near Bdreeloaa,
and a great landslide at Ceuta kaa
buried the village of Romar'a and
several hundrod inhabitants.
Subterranean roarings preceded tke
the tidal wave, causing a fcarfat
panic among the people on tke
HUBBARD GROCERY CO.,
Nextdoorto Masonic Corner
D. J. HUBBARD, Proprietor
Invites the patronage of the public. Clean, Fresh and
First Class stock of groceries at lowest prices consistent-with
Our restaurant is open early and late and we are es
pecially weu prepared to reed tfe crowd on
COUNTY COURT days, and
whin In thm city. Give us a call and aus
word for it you will not bo disappointed.
iwk ooor io i ayior m. wannan, ana to nlrs.
HUBBARD GROCERY CO.,
g MARION, KY.
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1 THE SHORT MONTH. t
J Realizing that this is the shortest month of the year, we have determined to make it interesting to you by making Short Prices Sfc
4fi um many umii men yuu nccu iu uuy, ouwi db mens anu ouyb cuius anu uvercoais Laaies, misses ana children s Uloaks, rurs XL
48 Heavy Underwear, Fascinators, Comforts, and Blankets, and many other articles that you need.
j) $16.50 and 118.
"3s 16 and M.
9 10 oo
And don't think we will not sell them
44Q at these price, but come sea for your-2
Now here is where
You et the Inside Track.
We have iomo No. I Suit where the
lota arc broken that we arc selling at
HALF PRICE, also some broken lota
of pants at less than wholoaala price.
We must clean up these
lots. Now look at the Price.
New Ginghams, Laces, Embroideries-New
Line of Mattings
You will not wonder why we
Sell So Many
Hats, Shirts, Collars
Whan you saa tha kind we sail, and
the value you gat when you buy
from ua. Last aala helps to make
J. M. Persons, the general manl ;
gar of the company which ts lease '
on the property on whiek is looataeV
the "Ebba Hodge mine," i's tha mo
indomaitable worker in the.
No matter how tha weatker :
is he is at bu work and. .
keeps tkinga moving at tbe wriaeav
At present tka company 'ir'tiftnf ' '
out large quantities of "jack" mc)
tke vein on whieh the work' is beinf
done is unoovered nnd is six fett
wide, which ii a phssomiaal striker
I With the advent of spring aad goad
roads, skipmenti will be, made i .
ear-loads lots from tkis properiy. -
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