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Or F w Nunn, Dentist Bldg.
Mr. Mry Milliktn send u a
kilhr for the Record-Press this week
.1 K of Moxio, Bonds
a lollar foi the Record-Pre this
Mure now ladle' Suits thai save
ki rn . p flu I II r
il ! ;w 10 r.i.wu ai 1
II I' lan'cl jailed and added lit
in to our ubfcriptioii list last
We arc in receipt of a dollar from
I Strmbridz, of Dawson for the.
IS t , rh. i 00 Lou-' Cus!
;! . ') at Lo.
Lino ales eatlcd taut week and
Im n a in added to our alrcidy
tec list of "urneriber
In) M Wilson, of Fords Furry,
lie J aud payed tin a dollar Uitl
rk lor the faithful old
L. Stewart, the pholsgraphor,
1, until Dee. 10ih, sell for ouly
cento ono 11 x 14 Urge portrait
foursolf with all $I. 00 pur dozen
Imrt piottircs or larger, Come in
ly and have I hem for Christmas.
h, M. Ward, of Kvansvillc, sent
dollar for tho Record-Pruss to
him a year.
laylor A. Cannan, somotiuien, do
change their ad. But whenever
occurs )ou can rott assured that
on aocount of their being busy,
II. Hldct oallod last week and
Ins run kful to the
1 i i Roulston, of DyotiHhurc, j
ir last week and gave us dollar
ho Record. Proas.
tier H ONta . of Weston.
in Marion ImkI week called and
hit dollar for tho Record-Press.
K. Smith, of Sheridan, while
mii last fok paid his dollar for
vlor it (Junnan make it a itoitit
I Shot i lut gsvn bettor scrvico
t iunie prieu than to bo lound
new Long Coat for ladies ut
Dr. F. W. Nuan. Dentist Press Bid
II. Koltmsky nas been shipping
out a fine lot of hickory lumber tho
j past few days.
ou can get "Bench Tnilorcd"
Suits and Over Coals at Taylor it
Can run's at what you have to pay
for the hand at othor
W'c are in receipt of a dollar from
J, W, Pickering, of Kvansville, for
Boys Knee Pants Suits to close
IH Ml to (.00 values for I'i.OO and
$2.50 Vandcll Gugenhcim Co.
A vast number of the fiincst oak
and popular logs wo have scon for
many years arc being loaded at
Cray no. The sidings there show up
(uilo a business for tho thriving little
See those girls' 15,00 Long Coats
for $3 00 at Vandcll.Gugenl cim Co
Wesley Clift, of Fords Ferry,
attended the meeting of the Stemming
District Association Tuesday.
have tho largest and complctest lino
of guods in Crittenden county and
aro selling them at remarkably low
prices. Sec them for shoes, for
men, women, boys or girls, a nico
well-fitting suit of clothes for yourself
or a bountiful dress for your
Kl G. Thompson, Socrctay of tho
Stemming District Association, attended
a meeting of tho Association
at Marion Tuesday.
One of the busiest Stores in tho
county is Taylor & Cannan's. Thero
is a cause for this too.
Row A. .). Thompson will preach
at tho Presbyterian church, corner
Main and Depot streets, Sunday
morning and evening.
Overcoats and Cravonetls for men
boys, with prieo cut, at Vandcll.
Do not overlook the fut that
Yates Bros., aro agents lor the
Harding & Millor piano, with ofiico
in Jenkins Bldg., -Marion, Ky.
FOB SALE: Singlo comb Rhodo
Island red cockerels, rod to tho skin,
Mrs. W. i. Davidson,
31 2tp Lola, Ky., Livingston Co.
Mr; and Mrs. Charles A. Mooro,
of Owcnsboro, are visit iug relatives
in this city..
Gordon S. FUoary, of Dallas,
Tex., arrived Saturdoy and will
spend soveral days with his raothor,
Mrs. Isabol Flanary, and other
TAYLOR & CANNAN
Mrs. Melville Akin, of Princeton,
is expected to spend Thanksgiving
day with Mrs. Gus Taylor.
Miss Meudozon Debnc loft Monday
for Blackford, where sho will visit
George Green, of Clarksville. was
the guort of Gcoruo Gray and family
Mr. and Mrs. l. .) Martin, of
Sullivan, attended churoh here
Mr and Mrs. Genrgo P, Roberts,
entertained tho Kuchor Club
day evening. Miss Kittie Gray wou
the ladies' prize and J. L. Grayot
the gentlemen's prize. Delightful
refreshments of Ncapolctan loe cream
cake and coffee were served, The
guests were: Mr and Mrs. Sam
Gugenhcim, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Baud, Mr. aud Mrs. C. W. Iluyncs, !
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Hayncs, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Grayot, Mcsdamcs
II. A, Cameron, Km ma llayward,
lames Henry, B. F. Hayncs, Misses
Lillic Cook, Ruby James Mary
Cameron, Kittie Gray and Lcaffa
Wilburn; Messrs K, J. Hay ward,
C. V. Franks and 11. B. Cook.
Mrs. John W. Blue cntortaincd
Saturday aftoroon in houor of her
sister, Mrs. R. L. Ormo, of Union,
town, A uniipic contest, "My
Summer's Vacation." was enjoyed
by the guests, Mrs, Tom Clifton
was awarded the prize, American
Beauties, for having the best book.
Delightful refreshments, consisting
of chicken salad, fried ousters, beaten
biscuit, olives aud colTeu were
served. The guests were: Mesdames
Georgo C. Gray, Henry K. Woods,
Jitiuos II. Oruie, J. W. Lamb,
Ctiarlos A,. Mooro, of Owensboro;
John T. Franks, of Denver, Colo.;
John L. Grayot. of Southland ,S. M.
Jonkins, Oltie M. James, Thomas
Clifton, Bobort F. Hayncs, W. O
Tuokor, W. J. Debje, Gus Taj lor,
S. T. Dupuy, C, 8. Nunn, Missos
Nolle Walker, Delia Barnes and
Thanksgiving is hero again.
Usury Hall has moved to town.
Mr. und Mrs. T. J. Wright visited
their son, J. T. Wright, Vcdncsday.
A litllo child of Klvis Croft is on
the sick list this week.
Miss Dellio Farmer, of Marion, is
visiting her sister, Mr.i. Jannic
Hamilton, who has been ill for several
Tho infant son of Herbert Myers
is very ill.
Kdmond Slcamakcr visited his
uncle, Tom Slcamakcr, Saturday and
Bro. R. C. Love filled his appointment
at Tolu, preaching to an appreciative
audiancc. He has already
won a warm placo in tho hearts of
Dr Moore has returned from
Princeton where ho had accompanied
his wife and little daughter to visit
Little Miss Virginia Moore has
about recovered from an attack cf
scarlet fovoi. She is still at the
home of grandparents.
Mrs. T. J. Wright visited her
sister, Mrs. Jim Franklin, near
Shondan, Saturday and Sunday,
Shcrda Halo was a caller at Mr.
Our school is progressing nicely
with Miss Klvah Roberts as teacher.
A fine mulu belonging to John
Nation", was badly injured a few
Mrs. Jannio Hamilton is not improving
ns fast as her many frionds
Corn -shucking is about tho thing
of tho pist in this section and tho
farmers arc well pleased corn being
vo r y good, 'notwithstanding tho
Geo. Thompson moved to Marion,
Roy Hamilton has gone to Cave-in
-Rock, III., for a tew days.
Will Farmer, f noar Cavo-in-Rook,
III., visited his sistor, Mrs.
Prayer mooting ovory Wednesday
night, evurvbody inntcd to attend.
Wishing unlimited success, prosperity
and hapinoss to the dear old
Record-Pross and its readers.
T. C. STONE
THE NATIONAL MONTHLY,
Norman E. Mack, Editor.
Office With Record-Press.
THE ONE MEANS OF RELIEF.
October 27th, the car shortago
amounted to 30,000 cars, an increase
in the short space of two weeks from
a shortage of 23,000 reported on
October 7th, with the certainty of
further decrease in the number of
freight cars, a fact which shipper
and receiver must face and for the
added cost of which the entire coun.
try must pay. The fact that tho
great railway systems arc placing
orders for moro cars gives no sign of
present relief, nor does tho fact
for relief in the future. It is
always to be remembered thai the
growth of trade and commerce far
outstrips the efforts of the railways
to keep pace with it. To bcBcvo
otherwise would be to deny tho
patent facts of past growth, so enormous
and so continuous, as to call
from President Hill tho statement
that it would cost tho railways of tho
country tho expenditure of $1,000,-000,000
annually for fivo years to
come up to tho demands tf trade and
It is a frank confession. But it
was a confession which carries its
own refutation with it. While the
railways were engaged in their expenditure
of $1,000,000,000 annually,
the couutry would bo developing
at a rate even greater, and tho catching
up of tho railways could bo accomplished
only on the impossible
conditisn that the trade and commerce
of all sections of the United States
should remain at a standstill.
Thero is but one method through
which relief from car shortages can
bo had. That method is in tho
improvement of the inland watorways
of the country. With the inland
waterways improved, tho additional
facilities demanded by shippers by
rail oould bo afforded. Tho fact of
enormous development, and tho fact
that with each year tho oar shortages
grow moro serious and moro costly
and disastrous, aro the surest guarantee
that there aro freight offoring
amply sufficient in volume to tax tho
capacity of both moans of transportation,
and -. that the relief whioh
shipper and rccoiver demand, would
enure to the relief of the railway.
There cannot, in tho naturo of
thing, bo hostility in competition
between the river and tho rail. Last
year th upper Ohio held in leash for
v-" t " ' " i' "'U " '
Is Hereby Given to The Public, to Hunt on Our Premises for the entire season. W
We have an abundance of game, consisting of VALUES in both Large and Small J ,
articles of winter apparel. We furnish each "Hunter" with a guide to flush the
SOME OF THE GAME FOUND ON OUR PLACE
In your Hunt for the very best Values ih
SUITS, OVERCOATS, CRAVENETTS and EX.
TRA PANTS, Don't fail to come to US. We
will endeavor to Entertain you with better
values than you will find elsewhere, and at
the same time give you, Styles Up-to-Date
and garments that fit and hold their shape.
Ladies Coat Suits, Ladies, Misses and Childrens
Cloaks. The very latest fabrics in Dress Goods and
Waistings. Separate garments and Union Suits for
men, women and children. Wool and Silk Scarfs, combs
and Barretts, Purses and Handbags, Carpets, Rngs,
Druggetts, Lace Curtains and Swisses. Latest Styles
and Shades in men's and boy's Hats and Caps. Work
Gloves, Dress Gloves and Ridding Gloves.
SHOES and RUBBERS )
Hunting BOOTS. The Best Values that
you can find in the county, in footwear. We
propose to "flush" for you while Huntiug on
our premise. Every pair we recomend to
you, we guarantee.
COME TO US FOR GOOD SHOES.
COME HERE FOR VALUES.
more than six. months 15,000,000 '
bushels of coal which tho manufacturing
interests of the middle and
lower Ohio needed and could not
have, because of the continued low
water in the Ohio. At Ogden, in
Utah, thero aro now 75,000 tons of
sugar beets awaiting tho timo when
tho railroads can handle them. Be
cause of low water in the Ohio tho
15,000,000 bushels' of coal were '
ucless. So are tho 75,, 000 tons of
sugar beets, with the lack of value
extending to the labor that would
have employed in the factories if the '
coal had been received or if the
gar beets could be moved.
Without means of transportation, "
production is a wasto of time and
money. With improvement of the
waterways produ:tion would be '
ulatcd becauso of the certainty of '
reaching a market. Tho proposition '
is self evident, but it cannot be '
brought to accomplishment without'
the adoption of a settled policy on
the part of tho Federal Government,
such as the National Rivers and
Harbors Congress ndvaucos, and such
as much, eventually, be adopted by
tho Congress of tho United States.
The coming session of the Congress
at Washington on December 8th,
JUh and 10th, will outstrip its pred.
ecessors in tho fact that it will assemble
with tho knowledgo that its
platform: "A policy; not a
meets with the cordial approval
of all interests, with only
persistence needed to produco tho
Money Comes In Bunches
to A. A. Chisholm, of Treadwell, N.
Y., now. His reason is well wor.th
reading: "For a long time I suffered
from indigestion, torpid liver, constipation,
nervousness and general debility,"
he writes "I couldn't sleep had
no appetite, nor ambition, grew weaker
every day in spite of all medical
treatment. Then used Electric Bitters.
Twelve bottles restored all my old-time
health and vigor. Now I can attend
to business every day. Its a medicine."
Infallible for Stomach, Liver,
Kidneys, Blood and Nerves. 50c. at'
Jan. H. Orme's and Hayncs & Taylor.
HiRbT Roll Fir Gnyie ScHtl.
Jessie Carltoa, 85; Hky'Bradfor'd, '
8C; Erma Brown, 93; 'Gertie Jones'
89; Roy Cook, 94; Kay Deboe, 92;,i
Eugene Dorrob, 90; Robert Dorroh,
93; Amill Runnings, 88;
95fr; Ellis Ordway, 90.
A g'Mid luterest and a splendid
J. C. Hardin, Teacher.