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i For Men, Women, Children
BOYS PANTS-KNEE PANTS
The Best Kind
The Least Price
The c c k RecordPrcss biggest, brightest and best that ever
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. , passed through the streets of Sha.
N. E. CALMES Editor nd Publisher.
Entered ai second-clan matter February gtb.
ioc7 at the potto&ce at Marion. Kentnckr. under
fhe AetotCoorreitof March j. li-i.
One Dollor the Year in Advance.
CASH ADVERTISING RATES
ic per inch S C to Foreign Adrertiiert
soc tr inch S C to Home Advertiier.
Repeated ads one half rate.
Metal bates onlr used (or Plates and Electros.
Locals 5C per line
Lccals toe Per line in tweWe point trre.
We are authorized to announce
Judge THOS. J. NUNN,
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.
It does look as if the whisky part
of Kentucky was going to the bad.
The pavements in the congested
part of town are good, in fact there
could be no better, but in other portions
of Marion they are bad to the
extent that they could be no worse.
Is tho past two Owensboro
ha lost i'lQQ U0 by fire and in but
.ri( t ! n mothers have
lost six hj i n. t iy "f Hender
sou from pUtols la Witt bauds of men
vj'ao, whether or not, jutBab!e violated
onu of the commandment-.
Where will thse nvither place their
The killtuj; of Kd Duke, the starter
in the Albmjerque Race Meet, by
Will Ball in front ot a saloon in the
city of Henderson Friday evening,
makes the sixh tnircd? to the credit
in a little more tbau a month, and
if we are not inijukeu, wh sky figured
prominently in every ope of
them. The Jourrl ay '-it is time
to put up the pistols." So it is
Bro. Harris, and yet the pistols are
not near so dangerous with the saloon
dead. Surely the six (,!
sent into" Ktermtv unprepred were
werth more than all the 10
Trie City of Oweniboro was 7isited
by another fire on Ia?t
Thursday e iitius hortly after six
o clook, from which, deficiency in
fire fiirhting, allowed $10,000 worth
of goods and property to bo reduced
to allies. The comedy of errors
practised in the $130,000 I'ierson
fire were repeated in thii oni The
Fire Chief was unwinding hose in
stead of giviug orders while the City
Attorney held a stop watch to sec
how lone it would take it to burn.
If Owensboro would fight fire with
the game determination that she
"fights booze" hell wouldn't blaze
in twenty years.
Tho Shamokin, Pa., Daily Xews
cf June 14, 190'J, says
mAlrtn Trin riApanc vapa f t nn
imvm, ua auv iiVtJbf nv4V mu
sleek, some groat big ones and some
little tiny ones, and all to be ad-
mired. Three bands furnished ex
ceptionally good music and the gold
decorated wagons and dazzling costumes
of the performers, the big
herd of elephants and camels all
went to make the paecant a delight
to evt?y one of the hundreds of hapy
"A large audience attended this
afternoon's performance and came
away delighted with the entenam
ment. There is an abundance of
merry makinc clown, while each
and every act is worthy of individual
commendation, some being of
such novel and extraordinary character
as to deserve special mention,
among which are the riding scl.
These wonderful aquatic creatures
perform a series of marvelous acts.
They actually ride on bareback hor
ses, play ball, juggle and balance
various objects while riding on the
backs of fleet horses. This may
sem incredulous yet nevertheless
may be witnessed at each perform
"Another act that deserves more
than passing comment is that of the
American Hercules. The strong1
man. Warren Lincoln Travis, whose
phenominal feat, showing the wonderful
muscular power of the human
frame, both astonish and amaze
the beholder. The elephant which
dance, waltz and perform various
feats subject to the master mind of
their trainer, were pronounced to be
the best performing herd ever seen
in this section. An admirable feature
was the ix horse act. The riding,
driving and managing of six
horsos by Cordon Orton is a most
wonderful display of oquestrial daring.
In fact, every act presented
was of theo highest order of excellence
and skill after its kind.
"The menagerie was one of the
largest and most oomprehon&ivc in
its make up ever brought into this
"Taken as a whole, it is recognized
as one of the greatest shows
that has ever visited the state and
Mieh is the unanimous verdict heard
from many of the thousands who
flocked into the dity to soe it "
This great combined show will f
spread its many tents in Manon on
Friday, September. 10th 15)00.
$5.00 In Cash.
For every dollar you spend ovor
my eountor or for every doll ir paid
on account I will, commencing Sit-
uruay, Aug. jatn, give tickets entitling
holder to a chance to win the
fa. 00 in cash I give away every
other Saturday at m store. Tnis
means good? at the very iowsst cash
price and besides, a chance to win
five dollars in cash You may be
the lucky one.
A. S. Uavendkr.
SAVE YOUR PEACH SEEDS
AND SEE T. H. COCHRAN' & CO.,
Tho street parade was perhaps the I FOR PRICES.
, TTt i.n
tdBair aj(r -air xjjli' XMlc -
NEW FALL GOODS
I A Great OoDortunitv I
!'i mJi Arriving Daily! WE HAVE
NEW FALL GINGHAMS ft) For T '-
SHOES S 9
Clean Up of Summer Goods!
Desirable Goods! Odds and Ends! Priced Below the Cost of Production
I You Can Make Your Dollar Go Farther Here!
For Boys at 25
per cent Discount.
Low Cut Shoes
Yandell Gugenheim Co.
Dr. F. W. Nu.in. Dentist Press Bldjr. .1. Cridcr B'
E. Sr., of 'redooia, asi To p. rparc your children for tho
M. Pearl Doss returned Tl in fntrn Friday ! ... B
day from Cor) dot) where she had
( been the guest of Mrs, Duncau
125 Pair Shoes at 50 Per Cent. Discount.
All Men's and Ladies' Fine Shoes to 25Per Cent.
All Grades of Coarse Shoes to go at 0 Per Cent.
Ladies 15c Vests
Men'b Hats at 33 1-3 Per Cent.
51.00 Overalls For .85 Cents.
.90 " " .78 Cents
Men's 10 cent Cotton Gloves For .07 cents
Suits at 40
Pants " 40
Chattanooga and Oliver Chilled Plows to
go at the Following Prices.
Hubbard's Restaurant ready day
S hool book, school pencils, r anJ Mrip lIerbcrt iar,t 0f
opyingbooKs drawing paper, school , Tolu, were in town Friday cuioute
scatnoK strip and everything your to Albany, Ind lo visit relative.
opening dy of the Hohool, Sept l,
go lo Orrae and have him help
ou He has what they need
Wc do not know ot any other pill
that ti a good as iMVitt's Little
Dr. F. w. Nunn, Dentist Press BldK. child is likelv t. at J. II. lhe f"oui lntle liver
i .- . . ' ii . . . ." I ..ill- .,,,.11 .....!- l . . i
Urme s drugstore. Manon, Ky. iay,or nave ""I"-1" ' '
Congressman Ollie M. James ;""" ,,,,', QtlT
b lmu of ,urc P,,l, w,,h Sold
j school tablets, rppuUtloo. by
rTVed home Friday. Hubbard s restaurant, ngh. ' ,tc. all dfiggii Sept 1
FOR 30 DAYS I WILL SELL GOODS AT THE
500 Yards of Calico at 4cts Per Yard
10ct Ginghams " 7 1-2 " "
All lOct Embroidery " 7 1-2
Extra Fine 20ct. Coffee For 18cts Per Pound
A Good 15ct " 12 "
Crystal Coffee at 14cts Per Package
Son Brand Coffee at 14cts " "
lOct Clabber Baking Powder For 9cents
lOct Bon Bon Baking Bowder For 9ccnts
Bars of Big Deal Soap 9 "
Fels ' "
White " "
Magic 9 -
6 Bars of the Above Soap For 24cts
4 Bars U. S. Mail Soap For 9cts
5ct Package of Arm & Hammer Soda For 4cts
4 Pounds of Bulk Soda For 9cts
lOct Can Salmon For Sets
3 Boxes (3000 Matches) For llcts
$1.00 Package Stock Powders For 80 Cents
S1.00 Size Patent Medicine
)C 11 Ii II
Bring me your Butter, Eggs, Pouitry, Etc.
THIS SALE BEGINS
September 1st, and Closes September 30th 1909
For the first FIVE days of this sale I will sell
18 I-2 lbs., of the best granulated sugar for $1.00.
For the first TEN days of this Sale I will sell
the 24 lb., sack of straight grade flour for 72cts.
YOURS TRULY FOR BUSINESS,
N. J. BISHOP, Cray lie: Kentucky.