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The Twice-a-W e c k Record-Press.
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS
N. E CAL.MES Ed.tor nd Publisher.
lMtd a nialltf Kthruair 9b,
nr ai the rotcftct i Mariea Kfbisckr ondtt
flH Aei t Cone it of March 1. ?.
Ohc DolUr ihs Year in Advance.
CASH ADVERTISING RATES
etc pr iach S C to Fetaitn Adrartiatr
we pvr ineh C to Home A4vrtiei
ItcpMMd al on half rat
Mttal Kaaa vni ut (01 Plat aa4 klscttos
LeeaU sevti iirtr
LeU icc Pn Inn in rwe v point irp
We are authorized to announce
JOHN L. GRAYOT
as a candidate for Commonwealth
Attorney of the Fourth
Judicial District of Kentucky,
subject to the action of the Democratic
We are authorized to announce
JUDGE J. F. GORDON
as a candidate for re-election to
the office of Circuit Judge of the
Fourth Judicial District of Kentucky,
subject to the action of
the Democratic party.
For the first time in the 31 years
the Record. Press has fought the
"good fight" in the interest of the
people of Marion and Cnttendon
ctnt, it tc i' it- thousands of
reader? as a We are
ciV.;r 'ie' e much siwner than
was : j. pec ted and much sooner than
our readers expected. That they
will appreciate our eflorts to give
them the best twice-a-week paper in
Kentucky we are sure. While the
paper will be but half the size of the
weekly,-it will contain no patent, or
plate matter and come to your houses
twice in each week, Tuesday and
That Marion is one of the best
towns and Crittenden one of the rich.
est mineral counties in Kentucky,
forced us to the -conclusion that he
must needs hare one of the best pa.
pers in the state, consequently we
are before you and to stay.
The Kditonal column- of the
will be used in the best
interest of people of Marion aad the
neighboring town? and couaties.
We are against the saloon evil and
do the very best to help banish it
from the state. If we are forced to
give the evil doer II. we shall do
so is a gentlemanly way. Nothing
wilt even be said with the intention
of wounding the feelioss of any one,
bat mind you. the law.breaker, circumvented
by the induence of the
rich, who does what he does with the
knowledge -and belief that his position
in life will save him, will not
look one whit different to us than the
man of low estate. But we want
clean interesting news and will, God
helping us, fill every available space
Now since we go to the trouble
and expense to give to you a live,
twice-a-week, come to our aid with
your renewals. If you do not take
't do so at once, and induce your
i.trshbor to follow your example and
you will be a prominent factor in
will not regret it
uiaki the paper second to none
There will be n.i change in
One dollar to al. an! in advance.
Any widow in the county who i uot
able to pay for the paper, can hare
it free by making the fact known to
the editor, whioh request wil! be
Calmes, down at Marion, has one
of the most papers
in the Penayrile. lie ha- already
convinced the merchants that the
way to tir up new bui and to
keep the o'd basiaes at hon.i to
And they are doing it.
The merchants are nsing fall pages
with Csltues, which is not had for
Thank yon Hro. Harris. This is
a compliment frjui home and to the
merchants of Marion a well as myself.
Harms been treated so courteously
bv you while in your employ,
and roal'tini: the value and influence
of your paper throughout the Second I
Congressional District as well as the
(greater portion of the First, such a
compliment to myself as well as the
people who are standing by me. is
worth more than money. The
age ? on the man or firm
that advertise what he has overshadows
the man or firu ignoring
the use of printers' ink. The merchants
here, one after another came
to me with an honest confession as
to the amount of cood results from
their ads. and whea they do this 1
feel doubly paid for my effort to
please tbem. These ads are bringing
people to Marion that have not
been coming here. For instance, a
two horse buggy, made in your city,
a wagon, and lot of nice furniture
was sold last week to people -." miles
Irom Marion, who would likely have
gone elsewhere. The merchants of
Marion are an enterprising, thrifty
lot of thorough business gentlemen
and are keeping a high class line
they are not afraid nor ashame to
advertise. A newspaper backed by
such men will soon save the country
from the Sear & Roebuck class ol
mail order houses.
A stroll down Belivilie Street
few days ago opened our eyes U the
spirit of imprevement pervading the
citixeus on both sides all the wav ;
from Main Street to the I. C. railroad.
J. B. Hubbard, Cashier of
The Farmers' Bank, ha just completed j
a nice concrete pavemeut in
front of his nice home, as well as
to it from the front. T. J. Yandoll
Cashier of the Marion Bank is also
beautifying his heme by adding
rooms in front and raising on a solid
J. M. McChesney the popnlar
merchant on this street, has built a
new addition to his grocery and feed
Mrs. K. M. Frisbie is having her
nice home repainted and otherwise
J. N. Boston the well known
lumber yard man has just finished"
some tasty improvments to his splen
did home, and as a whole, the people
on this street are bestirring them.
selves that they may outshine their
We resp'efuily vali attention t
the nt'tc ot warning to uolators f
the Suuda ordinance from our worthy
major. Surely, a- God- good
ness and m.rc) na- sustained ) n
far you need fit Diy for rei.
that you may be the better prepared
for the duties of the coming woe
If it be that your neighbor, from
hu own negligence, is the cause f
you opoaiu your store, refuse turn
and he will repet yon the wore
it. You seed ujt fear losing craac
by U, a- a business with God la it
The Crittenden Record-Pree It
issue contained five whole page adv.
of different firm os the city of Ma
rion. Lire merchant lite those w 11
bring Marion in the front rank and
people look i or for a location will always
turn to a town that
Kditor Calmos with such
support will have on of the bvst
country weeklies in the state, A
live newspaper makes a good tain
and it takes advertising to make a
good paper. Caldwell County News.
OUK MEKCHAMm DRAW TRADE
J. M. Polk, of near Dycusburg,
was in Marion Thursday and while
here bought a Studebaker wagon of
T. H. Cochran fc Co., and some nice
store. Indeed it's pleasure
to see how they sell
such quality of goods at
so Low a Price.
Celebrated Her Sixth BlrllidKy.
Friday aft moon, I.utle Miss
irginia Miller entertained a number
of her friends at the home of her
parents. Hew and Mrs. M. K Mil.
ler, in honor of her ith birthda.
The luUe foils enjoyed the afternoon
very mneh playing n the lawn aad
Virginia said the best time ot the
party w when ihe ioo erenat and
eake were served.
The folio -ring enjoyed the party
lutse Gilbert, Clara Porter
Basel Lore, hliaaboth Cook.
Mary Wnldon. Bdwin WeMoa, M.
rie Taylor, Mary Kluaheta MeAdams
Jaek Adams, Martha Adamd, Forest
Hammaek, Billio Kkew, Robert
Kemp. Mandie Taylor. Roxie Taylor,
M. V. Naaa. Waltor K. Hraokbvrf,
Laura HaUer. Virginia and ltnth
FOK SALK AT A HAHGAIN. A
fine Soda Fountain. Call at enee if
you want a bargain. I want the
room for New Goods and moan to
soil this fountais cheap.
One of the most delightful ocial
affairs of the season was given by
Mrs. Mollie Dulaney and Mrs. Keliey
Landes Tuesday evening at their
.charming home in Fredonta, Ky., in
honor of Mr. Clayberne Hee, of
Seattle, Waih , who has been
iog relatives here for the ist month.
The spaoious living room that has
been the scene of so many happy
occasions for the young people was
filled with a mere joyous eompany,
furniture of Nunn vV Tucker. His
brother K. K Polk, accompanied him I
who bought a nice two hotse, Geo. visit-Delker
buggy of T. II. Cochran it
Co. As these gentlemen came 25
miles to do their trading it is surely
evidence that the man who keeps the
goods and advertises 'hem 1 the
man that gets the business.
One IS months short horn male, one
5 months short horn male, both entitled
to registry, three 2 year old
Bucks, ten excellent Buck Lambs,
twenty-five Ewe Lambs that are top
notchera, thirty-five 1 and 2 year oW
Ewes, hard to eTcell. This entire
flock is of Shropshire breeding, having
used registered Bucks for sixteen years.
One P.ecistered Shropshire, 2 yoar oW.
Will sell any number to suit purchaser.
P. C. male Pips. Inspection invited.
J. R. Summers,
Pbone paupf.rs Ranch. 9 At.
Friday evening from three to fiv,
Nellie Stone entertainod her little
friends is honor of her twolfth
Linda Jenkins won the prize in
the baby picture contest.
A pleasant hour was spent in playing
croULt. Refreshments, consist,
mg of cake, cream and candies were
then served, after which they departed
to their respective horn!,
wishing Nellie many more bright and
hippy birthdays. Those present
were Linda Jenkins, Joyce Adams,
Elizabeth Rochester, Fannie Hughes
Xucile Pollard, Ruth Moore, Catherine
Moore, Master Reginald Wilson,
Mary Eliiabeth McAdams and Virginia
SCRAP IRON Brjng your scrap
iron to A. Slnoer, Marion, Ky.
pass word at the
n 1I1 1 prrfi't t and oinliiiit
b a thri'1 pucr band and at
the late hour of 1 ".i the itrnmn
of Home S'eet Home ' wa played
and encored aerernl time by the gay
crowd, aad a the lent note died
away, Mr Robert Seoit, of Iye
burg, caught op the air at the piano
and once more tne ad sweet wnltt
In the dinning room a moot deli
eiooe punch had Keen nerved ihroagh.
out the evening from Mm Dulaney '
famoot Italic Walton bowl. There
the gueate repaired for a Isat eooliog
draught and with 'many eipreeeiooe
of appreciation of the delightful
evening, took leave of heir greomblej
Thoec present were Miatoe Mary
1). aad Ida Tar ley. Mart Loviae
Myers aad Or H II. Moere. of
Misses Naaey Helm, Pauline
UutehiBsoa, Glady Wilsoa, aad
Mr. Wibura Hay, of Aabara. Mi
Mary Wyatt, Mers Gay and
Howard Hire, Comptoa Moore, apd
John Hughes of Fredoaia. Mr. Clay
Rice, of Seattle. Wash. , and Messrs.
Robert Seott and Charlie Casidy of
ftaralog to Road Overseers.
The last grand jury deferred indicting
Road Overseers until the
November term in order give tbem a
chance to get their road in good
condition for travel, uader ction
M13, new Kentucky Statutes it i a
penalty of .' 00 10 15.00 for any
overseer to fail to keep his road ia
good condition fir travel, to be re.
oovcrod either by indictment by the
grand jury or before the county
Believing that the people of Kentucky
will be interested in the organization of the
.Believing that they WANT tuch a company; believing
t that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for
it stock we will publish in thi paper every week the
amount of subscriptions to date The work of jetting
was begun Monday. July 26; hj below are
tie amounts of subscriptions for each week:
- pnfir ", v
s! K JJ
FOLLOW THE CROWD THE KIMDEST OF ALL
Th- Court will -all the next rar 1
jur attention cpiciall hi n.
condition of the road, o get nr
loads in condition now before
o 2t Cooatj A torn e
Tho "Miao' M 8. Poh. I- ,
Ladies tad Goats Paraiahieg r .
liae of (jaocew Ware, CUiaa, (iraut
aad Tinware. Lamp 4rtry .
The law retrof me to farm)
liet ol all liea aad mortgage not.-.
record ia my oSae (rota the firt
September, 1108, to September !.t
!0H This list i. given to i!
Asoesr, Spt 1st, liU' .
parties hanag notes f this kind tat
bare been paid aad that they ar
aot releaflod, are requested to ?tw
Ui aad it so before the 1st day '
September, 90V, so that you wi!!
aot be pat to extra trouble aud et
after the lit is furnished the A
C. K. Weuhin.
10 .It. County Clerk
We do net know ol any other p'l
that it as good a iMVilt's
Rior. the famous little lifr
pill will, geatlc, pleasant ar.J
Isnrc pills with a reputation Sold ly
all druggist. Sept 1
It will more than pay you for )
time to road our large advertisement
in this paper. T. H. Cochran A. t o