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BIG "CUT PRICE"
Reduction on Clothing
This great slaughter of Prices means a harvest for you
such as no other house will offer, or you have ever
had the opportunity of buying
IT'S TO CLOSE OUT THESE LOTS
r0 pair 2 25 and 2.00 Pants for $1.25 50 Pair $1.50 Pants, $1.00
25 Pair 4.00
' 3.50&3. " 2.25
One Lot $15.00 Suits for $10.00 One Lot $12.50 Suits for $10.00
One Lot 10.00 " " 0.00 One Lot 8.50 Ooats&Pant 4.25
One Lot $0.50 Coats and Pants For $3 00
100 BOYS SUITS AT 1-2 PRICE
The price on all the above lines has been Cut through
the Cost and Profit and it is well for you to see them
See the Price Cut on Mens and Boys Sttaw
Hats $1.50 & $1.00 Hats 75c and 50cts.
We Give Away Gold Trading Stamps
three out of four honors,
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TH1S1STHE GREAT MONEY-SAVING
PERIOD OF THE YFAR
Its a short time only left
to get them
(FALL GOODS ARRIVING)
And low prices must make the room
This is the final 'round-up' sale and the
Goods Must be Sold.
Your money will always goes farther in Our
Store.- All Kinds of Reliable Merchandise
S. S. Sum.excier, Plff.
Lee Fun'kuouser, et al Dfts.
Judgment and Order of Sale.
By virtue of a Judgmont and Order
of Sale of the Crittenden Quarterly
Court, rendered at the July Term
thereof in the above styled cause,
sustaining the attachment heretofore
levied heroin, I shall proceed to offer
for sale at Irraa, Ky., to the highest
and best bidder, at public auction,
tho four' on Saturday, the 21th day of Aug-
leaders b'eing, Oalkcr, of Grand ust, 100'J, between tho hours
D. U., Geo. Jeffcrios. of
Dunver, D. U,, Chas L. Avery, of
Boulder State University and Wm.
Katon, os Denver, D, U.
Thero is always a great rivalrv
in the state bar examinations to sec
who will be the high honor men and
to sco which law school can claim
tho loader and for twelve successive
years tho Denver law school has
had a student to tako off the highest
honors, although each year graduates
from nearly every great law
school in America havo boon among
With tho oxception of ono eastern
state it is said that the Colorado
state bar examination is always tho
most severe and trying in tho
Thn nTfiminnrinn in nnrrinllv
written and partially oral and in IIDpOrfflDt.
the oral test a justice of the supreme
court examines eaoh applicant.
Young Walker is one of the
In order to reduce our stock of wheat
bran, will sell at $1.10 per cwt., for
the next ten davs only.
Marion Milling Company,
Cut Prices on
Every. Item shows a Cut Price
You can sure save money Here
On Reliable Lowcuts
$1.75 and $1.50 Vici For $1.25
1.75 Patent " 1.25
2.25 Tans " 1.50
3.00 " " 2.25
Childrens Lowcut Shoes at less than the
Price to Make.
$2.00, $1.75 AND $1.50 QUALITIES FOR,
$1.65, $1.53 AND $1.15
YOU WILL APPRECIATE THE E.tfTRA
PROFITS CUT-PRICES AFFORD ( YOU
We Give Away Gold Trading Stamps J
The Twicer W c c k Record'Press,
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
N. E. CALME5 Editor and Publisher.
Entered 11 second-class matter February gth.
1007 at the postoSice at Marian, Kentucky, under
fhe Act o Congress of March j, 1S79.
One Dollar the Year in Advance.
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Lceals 10c Per line in twelve point type.
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.
There are lots of funny people
aid things in this world, and some
of them we may understand and like
while there tiro tlier. that we tim
m ksuud without lifciiis: or like
' inline For instance
t .iil iwi recentl) ; "what is
a cow" and I said; "She is a cow,"
and when he asked why, I collapsed,
1 do not know any more why a cow
h a cow than I kuow why an
is an elphant or a mouse is
a mouse. All I know is; 'Jis kazc
they is." Just how a goose and a
sheep and a cow browse in the same
sunshine, eat the same kind of grass
and drink the same kind af water
and one grows feathers and another
growi wool and another grows hair
is too much for inc. It simply beats
my time. I give it up and there
you arc. I plant seeds in joining
row and get potatoes from one end
of a vine aud melons from another
ond of another vine, and bean pods
from another vino, and gourds from
another and so on until 1 am bewildered,
but seeing them crog together
I say; "It must bo true." In the
beginning God." I like these things
lax I do not understand them.
Among the people and things I
disliko without trying to understand
them, the following arc listed close
to the top of the column, in Catalog
A, and marked rejected. I don't
like the young follow who wears his
hat on the back of his head and who
says "I taken a uotion." 1 don't
try to understand him. He is not
worth the time it would take. And
when it comes to the loud talking
and rickctty laughing young woman
who gives free exhibitions on the
train or in tho depot my heart
with aomothing closo akin to
an aggravated case of soa sickness.
Sho is simply awful. Hooked up
with the fellow with his hat on the
back of his head, the team would be
urett, and its presenco would be
And thon tho fellow who wants to
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sing joua piec he composed or read
you a piece he writ, well, he is as
big a fool as the young woman who
runs away to get married. He i
simwly the limit. He jars a sensiblo
man out of balance every time.
I can stand the fellow with
crushed tomatoo spots on his face
and who wears striped socks and
pokes you in the ribs at the show
and tells you what is coming next,
I rather liko him., and in fact
would be glan to tako n day off at
any time to attend his funeral to
show my love for him and the same
to the to the old fellow who is always
telling about the good old times
when he was a boy. But we are not
all alike and it is well that we are
not. The thing would be monotonous.
After all may bo tho proper
thing is for a man to strive to make
himself adjustable. Let every fellow
who goes to Rome learn to shoot
Roman cancles, and we will all bo
stictly all right. Men are liable to
change, you know. In the Spring
for instanco the young mans fancy
turns lightly to thoughts of love but
in the fall he usually turns his attention
to thoughts of grocery bills,
inil'infry bill and the liko and in a
year or two to thoughts of catnip
tea. I like this kind of a fellow because
he is progrcasive. Besides
th's there is with some folks an
of ignorance that is refreshing.
A indue on hi first visit to
the new Court House ''aid: You
have a pretty building but its
arc bad and then the Sheriff
said; really I dont smell any thing
it must be the fre.ih paint. This
kind of innocency causes the heart
to overflow with love, and leads
one to wonder how it is that the fool
killer has never "taken a liking to
him a d gathered him in."
The Record-Press will give to the
man or woman, old or young, a beautiful
watch, 10 size, 20 year, "Jas
Boss," Hunting Filled case, with 15
Jewells, Klgin movement, for the
greatest numbes of subscriptions for
the Record-Press sent
to this office by 4 o'clock of the
evening of Saturday, Oct. 2, 100!l.
This beautiful watch is the most
costly in the stock of Levi Cook, the
reliable jeweler, and cau be seen in
his show window at J. H. Orme s
Drug Store. If the watch should be
won by a lady she can make a selection
from his stock for the most
beautiful design with the same works
and movement. The watch is a
beauty and is worth tho effort to win
it. Go to work. Wo want new
subscribers and are willing to pay
for them. The ono sending ten
subscribers, old or now, may got it.
Tho watch will bo given away to
whoever sends in tho greatest number
up to 4 o'clock of this date. Wo
do nol liko voting contests, as tho
timo is too long and pcoplo arc
induced to take tho papor for a term
of yeaiyj, but wc do want every one
to take the Record-Press. Wo aro
making an effort to give you tho
best papor in Kontuoky
and by sending in your subscription
you can provo an important factor in
making it so. Just go to work
among your friends and cither havo
them subscribe or renew and you
may be the lucky one. Rcmonber
we do not expect any one to send a
big club, as most people are taking
it, but to put it in every homo in
Crittenden county and as many others,
is our reason for making this
offer. This offer is to anyone any
where. Get up your club and seud
in at once and wc will send you
receipt as fast as sent U9. Your
name will be published with tho first
dollar sent. Send in your names "as
candidates for the prize as soon as
possible and tho amount will be credited
in each issue throughout the
Robert Hickman Walkor, of Grand
Junction, who at the graduating exercises
of the Denver University
Law School in early Juno was awarded
the faculty prize or the highist
honor of the school, by Chancellor
Buchtcl, for having mado the highest
average grade each year during
the three years' course of the great
Western law school, leading all tho
other members of the class of twenty
five men, has captured another hon
or for himself and at the same timo
has kept up thconviable and remarkable
reputation of tho Denver law
school, a record that shows that
each year for twelve years a Denver
law school student has lead all oth
ers in the examinations held by the
justices of the supreme court of Colorado.
Saturday afternoon the examining
committee, of the state bar association
certified to the clerk of the Colorado
supreme court tho names ol
seventy young men, representing
numerous states and several of the
great lrw schools of tho country, including
Columbia University, "University
of Denver, Uniuersity of
Colorado, Lclaud Stanford, who were
successful in the state bar examination
held on Juno 23 and 24. The
scsults show that tho Grand Junction
youth, Robert Hickman Walkor,
gradualo of the Denver University
Law School, made thchighost aver-ago
of any one of tho great class of
applicants, his average being HI 3-10.
Denver University carried off
THAT EDUCATIOH IS MOST PROFITABLE
and 12 o'clock a. m , upon a credit
of three months, the following described
property to satisfy the
claim of the plaintiff amounting to
the sum of $48.32 and tho costs
herein exponded amounting to tho
sum of $38,fl0 and aggregating tho
sum of $S8 22 to wit:
Two boy fillies, one and two years
old respectively, and ono boy mare
twelve or fifteoa years old. Attaohed
as the property of tho defendants in
this action. Purchasers will be required
to excoutobond with approved
security or soouritios, bearing .6 por
cent intorest from day of salo until
Jno. G. Asuer, Sheriff 0. 0.
In Honor of Miss Ina Price
Sturgis, Ky., Aug. 17.-Miss
Hedges gave a Utopian party
last Saturday night in honor of ner
guest, Miss lua Price, of Marion,
after which delightful refreshmenss
wore served at her home. Her guests
were Misses Iaa Price, Margaret
King and Florence May Hurst,
Messrs Roy and Karl Bishop and
Miss Margaret Kim
at dinner last Friday
Whioh puts knowledge in the head, skill in the hand, and dollars in
the pooket. Our course in bookkeeping, business oustoms, shorthand
and typewriting, is endorsed by business men because it enables our
graduates to meet the requirements of the business office. It put
young men nd women to work where advancement follows satisfactory
service. Over 500 pupils attend annually. Fifty typewriters' f or
instruction purposes. Worthy pupils assisted to positions. . Fall
term begins Monday Sept. 6th. Write for catalog.
LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
"Indiana's greatest school of business"
youngest members of tho class of
seventy-six men who took the state
bar examination. He is 22 years
of ago. He is in Grand Junction
at this time but has not determined
where he will locate for the practice
of lawl He is a son of Mr, and
Mrs. R. C. Walker, of this city
and brother of Walter Walker, city
editor of Tho Sentinal.
In Saturday's Denver Times and
Sundday's Denver Post and Denver
Republican appeared pictures of
The above , is clipped from the
Daily Sentinal of Grand Junctiou,
Colorado, which ucwj we hail with
much joy. 11. C. Walker the father
of the young man so highly and deservedly
honored, founde the Crittenden
Press thirty-one years ago.
When you come to tho Stemming
District meeting Saturday come
around to see the editor of the
He wants to
get acquainted with the people- of
All persons having claims against
the estate of Fred M. Nesbitt,
deceased, will present them properly
proven on or before Aug. 21st, lHOSt.
11 4t A. L. Sullivan, Adm't.
At Marlon Saturday, August 21st."
If you are not hero you will miss
the biggest and best time of your life.
honor of Miss Hedges visitor. Her
guests were Misses Bessie and
Hedges, Miss Price and Miss
Madisonvillc defeated Morganfield
Tuesday and Wednesday by a score
of 12 to 2 ajid a shut out by Cooper-
rider Wednesday of 5 to 0, and they
can't do any thing with Coopcrridcr.
Marion defeated Campbell, Mo.,
Monday and Tuesday by a score of
1 to 0 and 13 to 1. They were a
fast team but went rotten in the
Go to Haynes and Taylor's for
Thero are many imitation of Do
Witt's Carboliced With Hazel Salve
DeWitt's is the original. Be sure
you get DeWitt's Carbolized Witch
Hazel Salve when you ask for it. It
is good for cuts, burns and bruises,
and i" especially good for
Sold by all druggistc. Sept 1
AUGUST 25 and 26,
At the New Maxwell Park
Tho ahnuo foam ic VyrnrrrA Wi rW Innatt
V Mcekin the famous who won the
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out and seethe great New York man.
Schedule Games for Rest of Season
Q August 20th, Home afJCorydon, Ky.
21st, " " Moganfield
25 & 26, Jeffersonville, at Marlon.
28th will try to get Morganfield here
9th Louisville, being the last game,
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