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PAGE FOUR THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS
.sept. 19, 191?
ct Styles Lowest Prices
Blankets, Hosiery, Underwear
Carpets, Rugs and Curtains.
Entered as second class matter
of New Jersey
For Vica President
THOMAS It. MARSHALL
For Congress 1st Ky. District
ALBEN W. BARKLEY,
f McCrackan County.
State at Large,
'.obert Harding, Boyle,
t. V. McChesney, Franklin.
Robert Hazelwood, Carlisle.
D. H. Kincheloe, Hopkins.
W. C. Goad, Allen.
R. L. Duihim, Ohio
Keith L Bullitt, Jefferson.
R. C. Simmons, Kenton.
G. T. Perkins. Lee.
R. H. Tomlinson, Garrard.
J. W, Riley, Rowan.
-J. E. Childers, Pike.
-Carlo Little, Clay.
An Amazing Thing.
It is an amazing thing that an
intelligent people permit intoxicating
liquor to be made sold or
ised, when they know it is the
cause of continual destruction of
property and slaughter of lives.
Here is a railroad wreck on the
Lackawanna Railroad. The
eer had been drinking this
: ink which is known by every
,' to poison the brain. Forty
avrvon are killed and sixty des-
i . j !- I poinir
rfftii'Ately injured in this one ca- jlorne
Mkiropilc. act in an itioatic way
jh eovernment protects the
ua'fcers and sellers of it, and the
E;;iaie goes on ana mose wnoininK
:3j,raii$nt ana speaK me irucn
atv c ,v are caneu ianaiics.
MEN & BOYS
EtftfEST EftERCHANDISE FOR FALL
Our House is Seing Filled up With Everything
Wew and Stylish.
Our Stock Will be The Completest in the
mary 9th 1S7 at the postoflke nt , In tills JaSUe We publish ail ad
Marion, Kentucky, the Act of '.Araa rlclivornrl hi. Hnf. n C-.
r. ,......, ,o I -" J .l4j . Vlll
ii iiiarcii o. i?n.
siTii.st'uiPTi( i: vti:k
$1.00 per yenr. .
, u,c new ..uui census where the tr!ltps flip Mi,i. u.nlf ... Mo ' ' ,... on,f ,,.. , seni Clinton U..
MH, 1 .. .. . T - "wiwwa J ? klllkl Allf&- J UU t4l 1 lia.lLIT Jl I'l'Ill fill.
i'"t CF""'Rn Advertising ""erate children live -how rion 8tandt . j had no npp,icnnt' Tho selection
j handling money by spending it here on a
REAhfete. ryf ? ? "f ?n.(th,Si the political situation. watch. was made on account of young
"niy. u.sed for Plates and cup of cold water tothe least, Be,t 8 splendid letter which
The Wilson Bill was not a "free Now, if ,... . . Sec'y
Electro-. lot these?" and unto Him? Oh .!..;'.. "ee, you are reasonable, !tw ,;, ,.. . , n.i.l
iocals 5c per Ir.c .v , . , , ,,
locals 10c per line in twelve point type serve tne h,K rank S'vn to the '
Dtiitunripg fir. nor line
Sard of Thanks 5c per lint
Resolutions of repect Gc per line
I f l I rr i r .
office of County Superintendent.
your hearthstone. The message
has reached you. It smacks of
no'1 educational ring." It is an
appeal for personal, loving work
hat you will rejoice to receive.
Judge Bunk Gardner, District
Chairman, has appointed county
chairmen as follows: Jesse Olive
of Marion, for Crittenden Co;
Senator S. R. Glenn, of
for Lyon Co: H. M. Jones.
of Princeton, for Caldwell Co:
Dr. F. G. LaRue, of Smithland,
for Livingston Co; of them the
News Democrat says
' 'Every anpoin tment which
Dress Goods, Silks, Cotton Goods
Ladies' and Childrens' coats
Company, Marion, Ky.
JTrtttiMtiSiMt now' llke terrorized simpletons, 'wants the people to
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2iu (andaIow.ng dstiilers and sa. elect him President, so that he
Marion. Kv.. SeDt. 19. 1912 bonkeeners to murder richt andl?an nave another tree trade pol
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left because they are in the
S. M. JENKINS.
Editor and Publisher
Isinessof so doing"
icy put into effect, but what
would the common neonln trnm
times" resulting from them have
been under the operation of Republican
so-called protective tariffs.
Since 1S60 no tariff policy
nas oeen in euect save tnat enacted
by republican congresses,
and approved by republican
Judge Gardner made was done 'presidents.
jonly after a close examination off Under the Constitution, trav.
conditions. County chairmenlpmmPntr0v0n,10(. QM nnnu0.,B:
who are to wage the fight for
Democratic votes in the First
district are capable and a majority
of them the cream of the
younger blood in the Gibraltar."
Of Mr. Olive we can truthfully
say he is as loyal and true as any
Democrat, who ever put his vote
under the rooster and his appointment
meets approval at his
Wilson was the author of the
free trade act whinh was nnsspel
I. .- " ;-
I i by a Democratic Congress under
Iy derived by taxes in the form
of tariff custom duties. No one
advocates an amendment to the
Constitution in that regard, but
there is a well nigh universal de
mand for the democratic policy
of collecting in this way only so
much tax as will afford sufficient
revenue for the government,
The Globe should seek information,
instead of attempting to
impart it, Whether the object
or its criticism oe a national
in the deal?
Free trade has always brought No matter what price you pay
on hard times. Protection has $1.00 or $10.00 the
always brought prosperity. So . hon,i ,...
it's Taft. protection and prosper- w? you for. ,our
ity, or Wilson, free trade and monev w,n do we sav will
hard times. Which will vnn fr the length of time we saw
We were badly in need of the
rain which fell recently.
Several from here attended
the gravyard cleaning at ML
Thos. O'Neal, of the Rosebud
section, attended church here
Earl Written berry went to
Sturgis Saturday afternoon.
Joe Walker and family were
guests of Joe Duncan, Sunday
impossible in America and there- The people of this place were
Va E fc A d L u A. . 1 l-d 1 V m A r
iuic iiaa never ueentnea, aisappomted Friday night by
ery panic which has occurred Rev. Hyde not being here to
since the war, and all the "hard make them a "Farmers' Union"
Misses Lena and May New-corn
and their brother, Joe, attended
church at ML Zon, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed White and
little son, Leman, visited relatives
W. A. Newcom and G. H.
King were in Sullivan Saturday.
Geo. Nelson and wife were in
Sturgis one day last week.
Clyde Newcom has returned
to Bowling Green, where he entered
Otho Morgan visited his parents
here Saturdav niVht
i n v, V " . ,
jkv. nunry was nere r riaay
Prayer meeting every Saturday
night; Sunday School everv
Sunday evening, and preaching
fierure or a local bull moosor everv third Snnrlnv
..' , ,1 I . -.---. J,
it snouiu searcn tor iacts and
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f n- 'y-X ?,
The protracted meeting will
al writer may thereby lose his ! bein here on Monday night af
time the people will come Cleveland's last administration, job. but the writer of its obituarv ter the first Sunday in Octolr.
j tiieir Benaes. They are acting Now, Wilson, tho free-trader, 'fan work more conscientiously. Come one and all.
Another Bank Heard From.
Thd Salem Bank at Salem,
iKy., through its Cashier J. L
tir, i.. .i.... ,..
-......, uuuiiua ua iiuti iney Will
receive campaign donations and
forward same to proper parties.
At The State Fair
mers before the Kentucky Edu-1 have?-Weekly Globe. W- J-
, , Of course, the more vou pav ! Foster of RePton,
'CduonaiAuociauonwnien is weui These seventeen ,ines taken the longer service you'll Ket Sent.ng Crittenden Co.; Rupert
.worth reading. Notice the home j from the Gm)be C0ntajn , that natural. J A. Belt, of Sheridan, was
thrust, when we know under. A j ...,i..... .. ,L ..-.., Dointed bv See'v Dnnt n M.
the . u i , t, i iccu iiiiaataiuiucutsuuu " me point 01 mis au. IS tnlS , ... " -!"
us thnt m,.nf,
v uu. av,L. 'in.lT'S oil thn nmtmr. .... 1 I w .,
n!r!r"?"tJ,nteir'ct:,J .1 The wise watch plan is to av
11. v n w a iiir r rcLi ri n n r a& . '
It is higher than that of Con-1 riOVQtn km..1mu'.i..: ' , ' :a la,r Pr,ce for something good
gressmen or President xote
ied were in ma ca3e8 h h
the truths uttered
agams money than the bi it sought t0 ,
8"fJor.1bad P'ano.Pn?"! Congressman William L. WIN
and dead languages m a l.vesont the author
of the h d d
Tl' fH,s .?' for e up-, twelve years ago and it is not
rooting for an coneeivahlP thnt hp ;, nnw w.f.
cation of practictal utility for the
masses. He speaks of the
"news papers" and ' 'public
schools" almost as ''useless one
without the other." "Laws"
without "public sentiment!"
The address is its own best comment
and it means much to you
that these columns bring it to
ing the people to elect him pres
The Democratic candidate for
president, Woodrow Wilson is
the Governor of New Jersey and
is a Democrat and not a free
Neither Congressman William
L. Wilson, Woodrow Wilson, nor
any other Democrat ever advocated
a free trade policy.
Neither has "free trade" al
ways brought "hard times," nor
"protection always brought
prosperity." "Free trade" is
! We are anxious to show
just what we can do.
Another article that haa merit ahould
In time become popular. That auch ia
Marion Eiectnc Light & Ico PriHn,.
Liht plant, 5310.00.
John A. Moore to Henry Butler,
50 acres, $300.00, lhtf Crittenden
Comnty 'inc. Lead and
Spar Co. retaining mining rights.
For Construction Work.
Railroad Ties Wanted,
The West Kentucky Coal j
Comoanv with it dntii c
ri,. . . .
Four -4- miles of Railroad
grading to be built out of
Sturgis, Ky., team and scrper
15,000 railroad ties to be
delivered ?,i Stargis, Ky.
Plans and specifications of
To Our Corrctpondrnts.
On account of delay in rc.
ing us, Hix of our correson i.
letters were left over. Tr
get your letters here Morula
luosday, at latest.
What We Never forget
according to science, are the thing
Bociato with our early home life,
a Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, that
or grandmother unol tn rnr.
burnii, boila, acahU, aoreii, nkln e-,
tlonu, cuta, Kpraliii or bruise. F re
earaof curei prove it merit It
rivaled for pllei, corn or cold ton-Only
25 centa at Haynca & Tn!..r
and J. H. Orme'a. .
A fine rain Saturday night.
Mrs. James Rabb, of Carrs-
th n.n iti. ri . '"'v' "01"--" "UIUHMI WfCK UK
Remedy h' 'L 3', " SS !ut"'8t of J' Pre and fam.l,
dealers. Hero la one of them. H. W.
uenuncKaon. Ohio Fal a. IncL. writ...
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Jesse Raker and wife, of
Louisville, visited his brother. J,
CharnberUin'a Cough Remedy Is theW. Raker, here last Week.
tc8t for cougha, colds nnd croup, and
is my beat seller. For Rale by a
Lugcne Love and family, of
Clay, Ky.. visited relatives here
Mrs. L. L. Price returned from
i week's visit to James Minner
?aVl "' CC!!-an a tract,of! Thos'. Carter, of Salem, spent
and n Manon adjacent
several days at home here on
account of chills last week.
. y yvyy1 sr f -
y f -v r
Begins Sept. 2nd.
Hoard and I loom 111 a month
Now Hulldlug. Kijwrt Teacher
I'Ofltlnn forOra.lutr GelCauloc
LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
Stock Barn Burned.
A. J. Raker lost a fine stock
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fice at Sturdis. Union Cn.,n I Darn and stables by fire Saturdav
Ky., is asking for bids n t h.. I nr,,t'. " h!s farm just
tne city. He carried a irnrtia
insurance in the Liverpool, London
and Globe Co., for $700.00.
Flying Men Fall
victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles juit like other peoplo, with
like results in loan of nmiotlte.
nche, nervousness, headache, and
it. - i . . ""-"i leciiii, uui
ine worK can De Obtained i there's no need to feel like that T. D.
from the Engineering Depart-' Pce,,,c'8 "enry, Tenn., proved. "Six
ment oi the above Company , '"Htles of Electric Bitters" he wntes,
"du mom m .ri . .., ..MM,i,
at Murgis, ivy., upon request. aml B0(1 "I'Pttito than nil other stem-The
Company Bch rt!,no,iL'8 l 0 y help
ot v" II1C
. everybody. Its folly to suffer when
right to reject any or all bids. ' this Kreat remedy will help you from
Bids on R. R, will be opened thc flr8t toL'' ' Try Only Co cents
Sept. 21 1912 al Sturgis, Ky t",T" T"y,,r'"