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The report of the
of Internal Rev
year ending June
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GETWO THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS
EVERYBODY WHO IS INTERESTED:
In building new things or repairing old ones
seems to want to know .where the best place
is to buy.
We are manufacturers operating saw mills
and plaining mills in Paducah, Kentucky and
When you get ready to buy building material
or mill work of any kind, store fronts,
store fixtures, stairways, cabinet work of all
kinds, write us direct and we will quote you
the very best manufacturers price. In this
way you save the dealer's profit and the commission
man's commission and get the material
as it is graded by the manufacturer and
not after it has been regraded, in some instances,
two or three times by the dealer.
We have no agents or commission men.
therefore we appeal to the consumer direct
for his business, guaranteeing goods and workmanship
according to order. Write or 'phone
vour order. It will have prompt attention.
Sherrill-Russell Lumber Company
Paducah, : : : : Kentucky.
KENTUCKY STANDS THIRDif'f110000 r:
that KentucKys collections iorj The consumption of beer for
all purposes amounted to 532,- 1012 was only 62.10S, 733 barrels,
1SG.S75. This is the third great-1 a decrease of over ijos.000 bar-est
sim collected in any onereIs as compared with 1011.
state, Illinois' collections were)
while New York's were second,
. A n .-- t XT
amounting to la.zoi.bb. xot
fended if you ever need my W'AJAt l' VIKW
vices and fail to call upon me. I (Delayed from last week.)
I am hale and hearty, am for Some fevv cases of flux with
Barkley and hav'nt a sore spot'ug
nor a kick coming, am doing iots 0f ne0nc went to the
stness at the same oui sianci. as camp meetjK at pjney Sunday.
hopeful ot the tuture as ever,
and-have nothing but a smile fur
those who fought me. I aimed
not a shot below the belt and n
(Ulnvd from la t week.)
Joe Guess of near Dycusburg,
was visiting Warren Hells last
Uncle Andy Hushing is
the other fellow did, he is .tlo gerously ill at A. WoodulPs and
sufferer and not I. Personal piv. is not expected to live but a few
ferment is not the highest pin- days.
pose that should prompt one to Threlktld bovs are running
nnrr in Public strvir r:i! f ..;.. !.. );i,.. !,
I WHAT MAKES A POPULAR BANK?
Courtesy, first, last and all the time.
An intelligent interest in the success of its Depositors
r s.t . r .l f... ..... . .'.
lonvcmcni qumicrs mr wc mc oi us pairons and friend-Such
liberality as is consistent with tcur.d conservnt".
Ample facilities to meet the demands of the comniuni
in which it is located.
service to the toiling masses- PetoThomnson and wife of A willingness to reasonably accommodate 'the lecitinia
the goal to be aimed at Defeat
for an oflioe, therefore, is only an
incident in the lffo of one desirous
to serve his people and his
country and he should not
Certainly it is not
.discouraging to me in this in-
vou and honinir to see vou before
Knnsas come in last week to see JK- enterprises oi inc county.
relatives and go to the camp
Rev. J. T. Rushing was here
Sunday to see his father. i
Charley Walker bought a bain
from Bob Elkins and moved it
stance. I have no complaint to home last week,
make, even on account of the Scot Paris is visiting in Illinois
fact that misrepresentation, the this week.
people in many sections of the Davis Criders is camping at!
district to whom I was a stranger pjnoy during the camp meeting. !
when the campaign opened, mi- since the special crew of men
understand me now and have an ,..ic ninmr n.,- nnii;n nn,n
erroneous conception concerning reworked it and dug out the hogH
of me. I accept it all as the for- backs it is in fine shape,
tune of war. Again thanking
with her sick parents at this btiru, attended chunl.
On Monday. September. f. i , ,. , . i"cu oununy and tool.
11)12. It being County Court Day! lonacco is looh.ng mucn nr
i,.,i.i.nA tim i,rtM nt i ...,a proved utter the recent rnins.
ThtJ ')USt co1 nihts romu, us
clock p. m.. at the Court House
, .. .. ...... I nf ( li.t iximlmr nf nittnmiv I
door in Clarion, iy., i win otteri " ""- "" "
... ... j i
lor sni! lo tie best and luifhost
Misses Inn and Adjje Stubble-
wun ner uauKlilor. U
n r An.r on u Ka,,u ,' Kuna your diction, inviRornttf j..ur IIvm, bidder upon term to be known1 "Hd were visiting their aunt, -". mnuun. ui tr
u. o., vu.. i greater than 1011. The and reiruhitavour Jewell, entirdv .i.. i.. ... i 1...M..O tn;.. !..... Qi.,...io.. tunden County Fai nicr'v
rnrnmimnpf,;' , , . ...,.' ..t" . .. , ,. ) m saie, one iiuu&c anil lOl , ' -' ' " wi..j -
ommit,uI tion of Whiskv and rum for 1)12 wik away with that miwrahlo feelinir . , . ., v, ., . ...:.!. i -.1 i. ... ."obneco Knctorv nn nr.
""mieo on uie woun sine oi "" u vm,.., ....
Pnueofaireieirato ,oo o ,Eo -.,. 1. 7 .. .!... i..rn..Uv.iMtin. t it inV .",.";
- WU3 llM.GI liJUIUIl. lilt! ' "-- " ' r. .... . . . K ;.. ..I.. .... . . ... I ., ! VIIIUV1 III IIIVUl IIL llll! IHi '
during the fiscal nearest a.inroach to' lhe ' , otr, have beon ponn. nently cured- a, m S,rm , .n o . ri't .' Marion. Ky. on Satnnh,
SO 101 shows' wny noi ywi: ror aie oy mi :oniur. i . u uie pnipei ty oi j. "' """ .........-. -
buuwb c 101 aoi nnn u
ou, i.u, 0f 13.1.031.000 salons in 1007. . . . V . ....::... i i ,i.i.. m., Jltll. at 10 o c m?k n. m
' " it .I'n.nivj i iiKnncnn I hicnrAit. wiis vihiliiiiz iiui iiiiiiLTiiitM . ..nr. -
... ...VUk... K VV..V4. . . 11 11 UU' ...... . r, v . -
ertyis now occupied Pollie Patton Sunday,
tive. and one of the most M. L. ration was in
ble locations in Marion. Anyone Sunday.
is at liberty to ko and inspect I The lastest arrivals are a
mm ft 1 f f I I t e
tnenignest. rpqphintr Sa Gil 4S3 ' ... I ' l:sI! annul, ui viuy, .nuimm me property ueiore day oi sale, my at bliade Holders and a irl
PADUCAn daxkeu'S testimony cm;tlw,f m ,i .1 a Smtti,.nf i m u.....L a..... i...
tend 10 uuflincsH of
Marion Bank of Marion, Kv ' U
-A, ESTAIIUSIIKII IIM7 ?
has all of these Requisites and is seeking
your friendship, deposits and other business
Capital, Surplus &. Profits $45,670.28
We are designated a U. S. Government Depository
J. W. HLUK, President, SAM GUGKNIIKIM, Vico I'm..,.
J. V. IIAYDKN, 2nd Vlco President.
T. J. YANDEI.L, Cashier. D. WOODS, AUlnnt C
long, I am, Your Friend, rnn Oil r jmaus, returned to her homo N. MeKinney. at this
'""N wnicn exceeus me total oi A VHSt m0Unt of ill health is due to
I whisky and rum in the whole (impaired diction. When the stomach
In the Matter of Internal Revenue United States eleven years ago. fails to perform ita function properly,
Collections for Year.
UENNY P. SMITH. I I Ull Uftl.1.1 uayauer aiuj ui juiu tuia. uiirn, (U tu.tt
The record production of these thp who,e 9y"tem hvwme
A few does of Chamberhin'q Tablets
, .,, e mm ico rn
intoxicants for 1012 was 1S6, 000,-
, , ,.
is ull you need. 1 hoy will strengthen
COR the benefit of any of my , this place left for a visit to thbfr , This August. 7th.. 1012. so Aunt Sallie Tnivis and
comnarison with past reports by, mav1nniiPt.vi with K,,inpvnr i iv.,r. -- t?r. Mary, are in very prvr
states is given in this advance; trouble, I state that I have found in' Mrs. Ellen Pitch who has been SEVEN SPRINGS health ut this writing. .
report of the commissioner for' Hay' Specific un efficient remedy and. ! visiting relatives in Blackford j , . vrinnH M Stella Polk nnd sister,
1912. . I believe, a permanent cure for myielf. stopped off here Friday enroutc', J,cno.0l 1an at hoaz svhool ... , ,. c . Cnilinbei,
A"ma nntl Mrs' l
iT, for some time l wa' a from I n0l,se Alonday. AURUSt 12. With . an,lCJI
a to Marion nnd the nf
lhe collection l, Kentucky idUopHfipof thw,rt nrirfin. nnH ni.w .- ' .? iMar'0 was the guest of 'of Kmmaus nttended church here
... Havs Snecific. It :..L'irs. Ii. I . bummcrers.
uisincis lur tnu iistai yeui '. sorted to is with
fied follow: Second, Lawson no decree of pride that I permit my Misses Lena and Dada Duval!
Reno, Collector, $3.780,001 ; Fifth , name to be used to promote the inter- and Ida Vaughn and Messrs Horn-Ludlow
F. Petty, Collector. est of the manufacture of this remedy, er Bailey and Herbert
897,821; Sixth, Maurice L. Galvin ' - E?
my ug H
Collector. S3.8S9.3S3; Seventh. tos'L a"IL,
Timothy A. Field, Collector. $4,-i Paducmi. Ky.
235,479; Eighth, J. Sherman . .
Cooper, Collector. $2,M2,157;.
Ninth, Winston W. Wiseman,
For the entire country the con
Card From Smith. Not Discouraged
by Defeat for Congress.
increase. port you ami all my
tended camp meeting at
Miss Bernico Powell
Thursday night with
Clifton Slayton of Crooked
sumption of whisky was exceed- j the counties of the district, Hon.
, Mr. and Mrs . T. F. Henry
ed only by the year of 190. but Denny p. Smith has this t0 say
beer drinking fell off substanti
The unprecedented smoking of
11,121,624,08-1 cigarettes, ex-
Treasury officials, who were unable
to account for the enormous
in regard to tne recent contest
for the nomination for Congress.
"I am availing myself of the
ursi opportunity since me cy
ceeding the record of 1911 by j clone struck us, to thank you for
nearly 2,000,000,000. amazed your loyal support. I am certainlv
to you an1 shall
WILLIAMS' hllMY PILLS.
Have you overworked your nervous
system and caused trouble with your
kidneys and bladder? Have iwinn m
never 0j,l!Jk aj(je( ik anj bladder? Have
cease to be thankful for the SUP- 'you n fiabhy appearance of the fu.
friends and under the uvea? "A frequent
ni i ? l i i .... - . ... ? . t iii'ii.
oioreu in warenouses tne nave iriven nif in this rncn s,rL lo ps unnoj u so, wmiann
coqntry over are 2G3.78G.070 gal-, can never do enough to repay !idncy P,,H wi" cure
IVV. " WV.IJt.CJ. FllllU(ia il frt V '
Ions of whisky and rum, the you boys for your loyaltv and rlv?.iln,i nL
greatest on record. In Kentucky J fective work, and I shall feel Marion, Kv.
The Store with the goods for the men.
The only Men's Furnishing Store in town.
The Store where you can find something new
no. Sold only by J H.
I Born to the wife of Charlie' Sunt,n' iml vi8j,wl their rcla
Sunderland, a fine bo v. itives.
Mrs N!,ti.in nci,nfp,.i,i.l The children of this commit
( A v .j UM4.1IIVI Jt
wnU Sr.rinirs i5 vnrv J. nt tlio ""' ro 111)0111 10 fSOl rid 01 WC
1 ,ne1 1 home of her son, Wint i whoopinK cough.
creek attended Sundav Seliool i.t
In a letter to a friend in onpof n,., nin c..,i....
in this community. Dr. Cook of
Crnyne is attending her.
L. B. Patton is slowly improving
after an illness of five weeks
with the flux.
A little child of Wint Ifrashers
is very sick at this writing.
Tom Patton and sons were in
Phil Travis of Fmmuas was a
caller in this section Sunday.
Bro. Hughus delivered two ex-!
ccllent sermons at this place i
Saturday and Sunduy. I
ai mis wriiinv;.
Miss Sarah Travis
Kev. .1. C. Kinsolvingof rsnaynnu purchased
niaus passed through this sec- a now 8urrey
tion Friday evening en route! m ?: A,,nie Campbell and
homefrom Pleasant Hill where. ny VISUC" ncr slslor' ,r9' Jt:i
he had been assisting He v. Pew
in a revival meeting. Many souls
were saved during the meeting.
Mrs. Snrah Patton is improving
after being confined to her room
for six weeks.
Mrs. Lizzie Kinsolving of Em-
The Store that will appreciate your patronage.
a The Store that is prepared to.giye yo.u what
; you want when you want it.
U. Ii. Taylor, Chn
Chap. W. Fox. .
Ksnlucky Fair Oalus
ItarlMHjrville, SoptumlMir. I
llnrriiiirwii, September. I
Howling (Jtcon, Sepi. I t, -Dover,
(iernmtitowit fmr A' ,
Krunklm. Auk. a to at.
Kulti.li. Aiiff 'SI to 31
llorne Cuve, built. IS to i
lmdon, Auk'. 21 to SO.
MnylUld, Oct in 18.
Monticello, SepL II to a
SiC IV to il
Sanderii. Sept. 1 to 7.
Touipkinaviiif. Sept, I lo 7
" "" '
S r1 TV .) "V
Rrrrikje Ccot 9upi
The sick are improving some
and MtSSl IImM ml llwinlllin ,
I I riff li'irirr in Im clwwl il II
fhel Fuller, Saturday night and I nrintra nn ,', ' illn .
Sundav. i,,., ... . . .
illth. a gold-headed
Martin Asbridgo and wife uKravC( ns follows:
her father, Billie Campbell. c. Moore. Marion. Ky." i
Saturday night. finder will please return t..
Mr. I.ufv 'rK'nnfv nnd 'and receive pay for trouble,
children are viain Iut iu Jr, A. C.
The Yates Mens' Furnishing Store.
The Store with the goods as good as the best.
The Sjtpre vhere prices ure reuspnable.
You wiH find us in Stegar Building. '
m. - -.-
L. E. Yates 208 South Main St, Phone 46 Marion, Ky. E. H. Yates.
Ida Holder attended the ice ' Now Mulhhnj;. KxprtTi
cream supper at Wylie Brown's Urgo !atnnai;ii
and reported a nice time. rouiontoror.iuic t r
Newt McKinney and son, LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COM K,l
Freeman made a dying trip to.
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