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If you liavn't bought one yet its
d tine time to Ini one now We
have them in all the new Styles-Popular
colors as well as black.
Buy Your Outfit From US.
You'll Get What You
Suit or Overcoat
Is a fine present for the eOY
Special Low Price on all
GIFTS FOR MAN OR BOY
Here and You Will
Find What You Want
every time you go in their store you
will find it full of anxious buyers.
They arc now giving away a fine
piano and the last issue of the paper
devoted one page alone to the pic
ture of the box in which this fine
instrument was shipped.
Go there any day in the week and
you will find men, women and whole
families, from Crittenden, Webster
and all parts of Union county taking
advantage of tho good bargains ad
vertised. Certainly this is proof
enough that advertising pays. Then
too, to make it pay the better they
keep every article they advertise und
sell it at the price advertised in
every instance "making good what
Ask them if advertising pays. I
have charged them $30.00 for a pago
ad two weeks and $20 00 for bills of
a ten days sale and have seen them
take over the counter in a single
day, more than one thousand dollars,
three per csnt of one day's sales
paying for the advertising.
It is twenty miles from Marion to
Sturgis and twenty miles from Stur.
gis to Marion, and it is but sovpn
days from Christmas to Now year
whih from Now Year to Christmas
there are 358 days. See,
Mr?. Mary G. Greanlea, ot Los
Angeles, Cal., sends answer to the
Hardin & Miller piano puzzle recent
ly printed in tho Record-Press.
These pianos aro sold here by Yates
Bros. Surely this shows that advertising
The Court of Appeals has deoided
that James H. Parrish must serve
five years in tho penitentiary for
wrecking tho Owonsboro Savings
Bank and Trust Company.
Road woll, tho various ads in the
Record-Press this weok and next
and profit by it. The man who
desorves your patronage.
President Taft will shortly visit
A little child w:is drowucd in a
horso trough tho other day while the
father wa4 utfndiiit: the funeral nl
The Gil lloiiof! lor 1910.
I am still in the hotel business in
Marion for the New Year, at the
plaeo where I nm now located. 1
have a Iiom of customers I am vorj
proud ol the reliable farmers of
Crittenden, Livingston, Caldwell,
Lion, Webster and Union counties,
also a nice mineral and commcrsial
Call aud sco me when in Marion.
I am the same congenial hostess I
have been for the past 11 years,
My beds arc not surpassed, and my
table is furnished with the best the
marked affords. I certainly appre.
ciatc your liberal patronage and will
welcome vou at any time. Thanking
you for futuro custom, I am
Mrs. Sarah Gill.
MEETING OF THE MUSIC
With Miss Nelle Sutherland on
Saturday Aftermoon, Dec. II.
A Much Enjoyed Event.
Miss Nello Sutherland charmingly
entertained the Music Club Saturday
afternoon, Decombcr, 11th, at her
home on Salem street.
The life of tho famous musician
and composer. Engleman, was the
subject for discussion, and a number
of selections from that gifted man
The program was as follows;
Orchestra: Mesdames S. M Jenkins,
Jas. L. Travih and W. C.
Heart Bowed Down, Engleman
Vocal Solo: Mrs Fannie Walker,
Apple Blossoms Engleman
Instrumental Solo; Miss Allic
Behind the Scones Engleman
Flute Solo: Miss Mira Dixon.
Festal Array Engleman
Mrs. S. M. Jenkins and Miss Ina
Reading, Bcnorie a Scotch Ballad
As In Days of Old Selected
Vocal Duet: Mrs. Jas. L. Travis
and'Miss Bernioo Driskill.
Just For The Fun 01 It Solected
Ius'rumcntal Duot. Mcadamea S.
M. Jenkins aud W. V. Hayncs.
Instrumental Solo:-Mis Ina Price
The program was very charmingly
rendered, and each selection was
much appreciated by tho audience.
Besides the members of the Club,
tho following visitors were present:
Misses Willett, Dixon, Driskill, and
Mrs. J. H. Ormc. Miss Willct aud
Bcrnicc Driskill wcro enrolled as
members of the Club.
Delightful refreshments of cream
and cake were served.
Miss Sutherland proved herself a
very charming hostcsss, and the afternoon
was very much enjoyed by
all those present.
On last Sunday, the 12th, the
seventy-third annivcrsity of Mr G.
G. Hammond's birthday was celebrated
in a way and manner long to
bo remembered by all present. The
affair was planned by his good wife
who, aided by tho children in St.
Louis, Evaniville and Marion, gave
this great old man the surprise of
his life, as be knew nothing of what
was to take place until thn train
brought the visitors and they wore
deposited despite the iueleraency of
tho weather, in two bus losds at the
homo of dear old father and mother.
All that Mr. Hammond did know.
was that ho had, for sovoral weeks
been fattening as fine a 'possum lb
was ever caught out of Crittenden
woods, that he expected his wife to
prepare for what turned out to he a
great feast day. All the boys and
their wives, came loaded with every
thing nice that man or woman's
mind could conoievc of, oyster?,
asparagus, celery, lettuce, a variety
of grapes, nuts, candios etc., asido
from a nico suit of clothes and overcoat
tor father and nico dress for
mother. It was a happy occasion
and a happy lot of children and
grand children that made it.
The children were:
Mrs. 0. 0. Shanklm, of East St.
Louis; Mr, and Mrs. Oliver Johnson
and childron, Mrs. James Loftus and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Ham
mond and Luke Hammond, all of
Evansville and Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Young and Harry Hammond, of
Marion. The only visitors were
Miss Gertrude Gantncr, of Evansville,
and Mr. and Mrs. N. E.
The long table groanod under a
load of every good thing to cat
knowu to a good housewife.
Mr. and Mrs. Hammond can woll
feel proud of such child ron, every
Quarter from RigolettoEnglemau lone of them, mon and women woro
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SHOP -WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES FARTHEST
Give Useful Christmas Gifts
Something the father, mother, sou, daughter and Sweetheart will appreciate Some
serviceable article of wearing apparel. The average person this year, has been deprived of
many necessities and will be glad to be the recipient of something they can make use
Pattern, Silk Waist, White Waist, Ladies Silk Scarf, Ladles Furs,
Fancy Combs, Belts, Necwcar, Towels, Table Linen, Napkins, Hosiery. Ribbons,
Muffins, Ladies Skirts, Collars, Kid Gloves, Wool Gloves.
Beautiful show of Ladies Lanen and Embroideried Handkerchiefs
for XMAS PRESENTS
Ladies and Childrens Coats-4 cut that comes at the Right Time
Ladies $12.50 coats $3 00. Ladies $10. Coats $7.50 Ladies $7 50 Coats $5,50
7 00 " 5.00. " 5. " 3.50 " 4,00 " 2.75
few more Ladies Suits for theBai gain Hunter
fSrtff&'XtS&Wa WOOL BLANKETS
You need these
and they will be needy and acceptable
Ladies Patent Leather Shoe
Ladies Leather Shoes
Ladies Tan Leather Shoes
Ladies House Slippers
Mens Patent-Kid Calf
Boys and Girls Patent Kid
We handle the best shoes that
money can buy. We remember
coonomy when selling them.
handsomo and intclleent. Mrs. C.
0. Shanklin is conducting a prosperous
business in East St. LouU,
while each of the children in Evansville
arc cither in business or holding
Surely it is consoling to this grand
old couide to know, that in their old
age, llioy are so loved by their
May they live to see mauy more
WOOL GROWERS OF
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their respective counties at 1 o'clock
p. m. Saturday, December 18th 1901)
and elect a County Board of Control
consisting of fivo growers. These
should be from each magisterial district,
as far as possible. One of
these should at tho same time be
elected as a delegate to represent his
county at the State meeting which is
hereby called to meot at tho State
Fair offices, room 320 Paul Jones
Building, Louisville, Ky., Tuesday,
December, 21, at 1 o'clock p. m,f
at which time and place a permanent
organization will be formed, und all
steps tuKen necessary to be ready
tor aotive pooling January, I. next.
It is to tho intorest of every grower
in the State to aid in this movement
and all aro cordially invited to
come members thereof. Sco that
your neighbors attends tho county
meetings along with you, aud request
your county paper to publish the
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3Hje Crittenbcn ftecorbreS
N. E. CALMES Editor nd Publisher.
Entered as second-class matter February 9th
1007 at the postothce at Marion, Kentucky, under
fhe Act of Congress of March 3. 187a.
One Dolbr the Year in Advance.
CSH ADVERTISING RATES
:jc per inch S C. to boreicn Advertisers.
:rc uer iin.li S C to Home Advertisers
Repealed ids one-half rate.
Metal bases only used for Plates and Electros.
Locals scper line.
Locals toe Per line in twelve point type,
If the people were as ready to give
the poor devil of an Editor the dollar
for his paper as thoy aro to condemn
him if lie should fail to publish free
just cveo one birth, one death, one
obituary or card of thank, all the
Weddings, the tobacco tidings, what
the Society of Equity. Farmers'
Union, the Stemming District Association,
lodges, churches and preachers
are doing, saying nothing about
taking care of all the graveyard no.
rices and the space expected bv
Poole Sam for rccoupcrating his
army, poor fellows, together with
numberless other things, there would
be cheer and comfort around his fire-',-
i Christmas morning as well
juur own. Perhaps his little
w le would look as happy and sweet
a? your own in her neat modest dress
and the faces of the sweet children
God bless them, wou'd be wreathed
in happy smile, and could repeat
'Away in the manger
No crib for his bod,
The little Lord Jesus
Lay down His sweet head,
A star in the sky
Looked down whero ho lay
The little Lord Jesus
Asleep in the hay."
And the poor father could go to
church in a decent suit of clothes
without having to buy one leg of his
trousers at a time, coming back to as
happy home where the queen of all
the earth to him, had in waiting for
him and his happy little flock, just
such a moal as can be enjoyed but
onco a year.
When a man canio in the other
day with an article of material benefit
to the writor and those concerned,
asking if we charged any thing for
it wc, in our desporation said no, of
coarse not. Everything free from
GcnosiB to Rcvalations and Jerusalem
tc Maine save county commissioner
notices and Fiscal Court statements.
So realizing that it takes a whole
lot of monoy to run a good county
newspaper walk in tlio first time you
go to town and hand in a dollar and
i nit borrowing your neighbor's palm-
and even then criticising it if it
does not suit you.
Poes advertising pay? For answer,
we will say that overywhere,
the best business men
And Miruly it pajs or they would
not do it
One ol ihn most thrifty firm in
the State is the Sturgis Prv Goods
Company at Sturgis, Ky., owned by
C. T. Wallace and Tom Holt, two
men who, having started poor, owe
their success to liberal advertising.
In nearly every issue of their town
paper, the News Democrat, they
have from one to two pages, and
At 4 o'clock p. m., at tho residence
of Hiram Ford, Mr. B. G.
Marvel and Miss Kato Daly were
joined in tho holy bonds of matrimony,
Rev. U. G. Hughes officiating.
Mr. Maivcl is an enterprising
farmer of Crooked Creek.
Miss Daly is from Hampton. Livingston
county, and has tho
of being a fine young lady
possessing all tho qualities that go
to make n noble woman.
May their lives he long and hill
of happiness. U. G. li.
Paris is Full of Them and Nearly
All Use Parisian Sage.
InN the beauty show at tho metropolis
two year ago Gold Medals wore,
awarded to five different women.
To the most beautiful woman between
20 and 25; between 25 and 30;
hctwecu 30 and 35; between 35 and
40 and between 40 and 45.
A society reporter who interviewed
all fivo women in tho interest of his
papers, reported that all of them had
bcauttfnl hair, and that each of the
five enthusiastically attributed her
luxuriant hair to Parisian Sao.
Hayncs & Taylor sell Parisian
Sage for 50 cents a large bottlo.
They guarantee it to cure dandruff
in two weeks; to stop falling hair
and itching of the scalp. It makes
any woman's hair beautiful, soft and
Dr. King's New Life Pills
The best in the world.
In the grocery line I keep the very best and
freshest of everything and I am able to supply your
every want. My goods are fresh and clean and I
sell them as reasonable as any merchant in the county,
However delicate your taste, I have the goods
you are looking for and if you either bring or phone
your order, you will receive prompt attention and
Remember I keep the best and cheapest meat
market in town, always something juicy and tender,
Try a tender steak or roast from my shop and you
will continue to be my patron, I ask for a liberal
share of your trade and promise to merit it by giving
you the best. However delicate your taste I prom
ise to satisfy you.
R. H. Kemp.