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We Give Away Gold Trading Stamps
The TwiccaW e c k RecordPress. The Courier Journal says that the
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
N. E. CALMEs Editor snd Publisher.
Entered n matter February gth,
IOC7 at the poitoice at Marion. Kentucky under
fh? Act c( Congress of Mareli j. iSrj.
One Dollar the Year in Advance.
CASH ADVERTISING RATES
:e per inch S. C to Pweiiii Advertisers.
20c per inch S C to Hxr)e Advertisers.
Repeated ids one-half rate.
lictal b.sei oolr used for Places and Electros.
Lctalt jc per line
Locals ioc Per line in tweWe point type.
We are authorized to announce
Judge TH05. J.cNUNN,
as a candidate for Appellate
Judge of this, the First Appellate
Court District, subject to
the action of the Democatic
Party. Primary, first Tuesday
in November, 1909.
The Cadiz ltord and Morgapfield
Sun are the cleanest aud neatet sheets
on our exchange list
W hat trie circus aud the Democratic
and Republican cmveutions will do
for Cadiz on ihr? 2Sth, will be a
There is everv indication that a rail
road bridge "" ir n ran the Ohio
at Pacucab ! i - i at all un-
'mmi,! ( that the Ohio
;' u t dseyville or
AL OHOL 1 PER vh'si
ling tite Sonacns andBowcfscf
ncss and Ifcst.Containsnvito
Opium .Morphine nor.MmcraL
Anerfect Remedv for Corcfifa
Hon , Sour Storoacli.Dlarrtm
ness and Loss OF Sleep. 1
IfceSimite Signature of
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Sit4iir9tfUiiffiie!m .tem. ufwjft
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
50 pair $2 25 and 2.00 Pants Tor!. 25 50 Pajr $1.50 Pants, 11.00
25 Pair 4.00
2 7 25 3.50&3.
One Lot $15 00 Suits for $10.00 One Lot $12.50 Suit,s for $10.00
- -J! une iioi iu.uu u.uu i unc ijoi a,iu uoaisctraui
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.
' Paradise without Mark Twnin would
k u j:. w . i .i . u
uc uu i m c nupe me oiu
fellow will quit his meanness and get
religion, and make his preparations
to go to hearen when he dies Cadiz
Record. You better ad mars Henry
and make a pair of them, for surely
Marc has done no more to exclude
him from heaven than has Mars. Henry
in his stand for the devil and saloon.
Our friend Mr. W. C. Rymcrs,
Manager of the "Airdom" is deserving
of much credit and praise in the
way he is conducting the popular
place of amusement, the Airdomc.
His pictures are good, clean and up-to-date
fit for any lady or child to
witness. His production of the stirring
days in Old Virginia was simply
fine and was witnessed by a large
crowd of Marion's best and most influential
people who say its the finest
picture ever seen in Marion. Mr.
Rymcrs and wife come to our city
highly recommended as pood honest
reliable citizens and wc arc pleased
to know he is permanently located
here and we wish him success which
he fo rightly deserves You will
notice advertisement regularly in the
Mr. Kjcd Hill and Mias Mattie
Perry were married Wednesday
at the home of the bride's
parent. Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Perry, Rev. A. J. Thompson, pastor
of th Presbvierian church,
For Infants and Chil lren.
The Kind You Have
THISISTHE 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
officiating, Both arc well known
and popular young people of the
Chapel Hill country and have many
friends, including the Record-Press,
who wish them great happiness and
The bridegroom is a son of Thomas
M. Hill, a prosperous farmer, and
the bride a daughter of George W.
Perry, also a well-to-do farmer and
former superintendent of schools of
this county. ,
Cmttkniikn Circuit Court,
Ampk Kskew ct al PI ft,
Homer Morrki. ct al Dft.
By virtue of a Judgement and
Order of Sal of the Crittenden Circuit
Court, rondcrcd at the June
Term thereof, 1109, in the above
cause. I shall proceed to offer Oir
sale at the Court-House doorj in
Marion, to the highest bidcr, at
PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday
the 13th day of Sept., 1H0!, at 1
o'clock P. M., or thereabout (bcinc
County Court day), upon a credit of
twelve months, the following described
property, to wit:
A certain piece of land. lyineand be-inc
m Crittenden county, Ky. , on
the waters of Crooked Crock, and
b'ioir the balance of the survey of
land coruposinc Crowe's farm, bounded
Rocinninc on a white oak, P. K.
Shoemaker' division corner; between
his'two surveys of lar. I on tho Ford
Ferry road; thenro with the tnoandpr
of said road, 10 poles to a pot oak
near Crowe's liou'e; thence with said
roid to three hickories; thence with
ame 01 pols o a -.tone n the N K
side of aid road, and siu corner to
Piorce Butler, thenoe X 2, K 4-
polos to a stone in Mrs. Ktnilv
Vauirhn's lino: thence with sold line.
N" 20. W ;"I5 polos to a pot oak and
'Jnjr wood, to cornor; thoncc
S 40, K 14 pflos to a oak and
dogwood; thence X 4f, K 40 poles
to a stone; thonce S ("0 K, pole
o a dotrwood on the bnnt of Crooked
('rook; thence down siid crook with
its meanders about 221 polos t a
larir poplar on the bank of nid
crock; thenoe ? (0 V. polos to
i take: thenco X ."il W, (J poles to a
post oak to Sy Hughos' corner; thoni'c
I p fiO W, poles to the beginning.
containing 221 acres by survey; but
there is to be reserved from said
boundary about 20 acres conveyed
by M. M. Morrill to .John Vaughn
on the 2Sth of Xovcmbcr, ISSf).
bounded as follows:
Beginning at a stone, a compromise
cornor between Butler and said
W. H. Crowe, on tho Marion and
Fords Ferry road; thence X G2V K,
48 poles to a stone in Vaughn's line;
thence N 20 W, 31A poles to a post
oak; thence S 70 W, 00 J polos to a
stone; thenco X 02 W, H2 poles to
a tonc; thence X 50 W, 20 poles to
a fctone; thence X S3 V, 33 poles to
a Atono on the cast side of the said
Marion and Fords Ferry road tleneo
with the road. S 00 K, 34 poles;
thence 17 K, 22 poles to the
branch; thence S 7G E, 10'pulea;
. .li' It j .ft-
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 $1.15
YOU WILL APPRECIATE THE EXTRA
PROFITS CUT-PRICES AFFORD YOU
We Give Away Gold Trading Stamps
tiM31iXMJvVmA vMa&VS vSHi.
Mfr rr j i ' yf " 1 V ., "'v
THAT EDUCATION IS MOST PROFITABLE
Which puts knowledge in the head, skill in the hand, and dollars in
the pooket. Our oourae in bookkeeping, business customs, shorthand
and typewriting, is endorsed by business men because it enables our
graduates to meet the requirements of tho business office. It puts
young men and women to work where advancement follows satisfactory
service. Over 500 pupilB attend annually. Fifty typewriters for
instruction purpoBes. Worthy pupils assisted to positions. Fall
term begins Monday Sept. 6th. Write for catalog.
LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
"Indiana1 greatest school ef busineoa"
thence 53 K. 24 pole, thence S 02$
E, 40 poles to the beginning; containing
20 acres by survey.
For the purchase price the purchaser,
with approved security or
securities, must execute Bond bearing
legal interest from the day of
sale until paid, and having the force
and effect of a Judgment. Bidders
will be prepared to comply promptly
with these terras. ,
J. G. Rochester,
Go to Haynes
There are many imitation of Do
Witt's Carboliccd With Haze! Salve
OcWitt'x is the original. Be sure
you gel PeWitt's Carbolizod Witch
Hazel Falvo when you ask for it. It Sopt 1.
is good for cuts, burns and bruises, ' rv
and is n specially gOl for piles. I
Sold by all Sept 1
01 109 3AVH p
Crittenden County Sabbath
School Association Convention.
All Sunday schools arc requested
to send delegates to the above named
convention to meet at Marion Graded
School building in Marion Aug. 30
and 31. Kvery Sunday school is
entitled to five dc'cgalc, all to be
entertained free. I
Music for the oocton w(l be
furnished by Marion Sundnv chol.
All workers cordially initerl and
every chool urged to ml delegate.
.J as. &U:.. Hill, Sae.
,iuiictiu:cs you mty be told that
there arc other thing good
a; DcWitt's Kidney rnd BUrfdor
Pills. That isn't n. Nothing made
is as good asGMVitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills for anv ailments of the
kidney or bladder, which always result
in woak back, baelaebe. rheumatic
pains, rheumatism and
dUordors. A trial of lWVut's
Kidney and Bladder Pills is
oonvinnc you how good thoy are.
Send your nomo to K. C. PaWitt iV
Co., Chicago, for a fre trial box.
They are sold horo by all dmggjsts.
Mrs. C. E. PurcGll.
4IO g BA
S Plnasunl Vlsl .
iManagor Irn C. Travis, nf the
Cumberland Telephone Compiny at
Sturgi", and G. G. Green, the eon
struction manager, paid us a pleannt
visit Sunday. Mr. Travis ami Mr,
Green are two as clever and popular
gentlemen as it is our pleasure to
know, and with such men as employees,
it is no wonder the company
has smooth sailing in Sturgis and,
Union county. Mr. Green i now
establishing a new lino from Marion
to Sturgis, that will greatly advance
the long distance service at Marion.
Como again, gentlemen.
I'u reel 1 is not a xtrangnr in Marlon
having, as a representative of the
Woman's Federation Club, addreed
the people here last winter. She Is
a finent poaker and an earnest,
zalon worker. Those desiring t
boar a good talk hid better net tc
abot from tho Institute Thursdav.
Maion sRtlored defoat in a closely
eontMted game at Murganficld Sat.
by ike More of 3 to 2.
FOR SAI.K A no. l-room et.
tape in Marion on West Depot hi
Large lot. good eistcrn and all nee
oary ont buildings. This property
rrill be old at a bargain. T. .1.
All persons having elaini agairst
the etute of P. H. Woodide
deeeaed. will file s a m, properly
urovcH with the nadorsigtied n ' r
Mrs. (. h Purcell, of Paducsh. before Sept. lt, l!Oft, or be foretr
will He Insiuiiie and will j,4r, Thi, Aug. fith, I'.'llO.
an ,4,i, :tm. Thur.Jai , ,, IIP u U-.,..,-. W...i,,r r.lle f
I '' I. i Jr
V. ...,s :.
AUGUST 25 and 26,
At the New Maxwel! Park
fl The above team is headed bv Mr. Jouctt
Meekin the famous who won the
pennant for the New York Giants. Come
out and seethe great New York man.
i Schedule Games for Rest of Season
25 & 26, Jeffersonvllle, at Marion.
28th will try to get Morganfield here
g Sept,, 1st,
H " 9th Louisville, being the last game,
ms l o