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r; FAGE EIGHT :." "w." THE CI iEii2l9l2
and sale on Great Majestic Ranges
onoenwleyek I Sept., 30, to Oct, 5, 1912.
As a Special inducement during our
demonstration week only, with every
MAJESTIC RANGE sold, price always
the same, we will give free one hand,
some set of ware as illustrated here.
Every piece of the ware is the best
of its kind. Not a piece that is not
needed in every kitchen. This cannot
possibly be bought for less than $8.00.
This ware is on exhibition at our store.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT.
All during this week a special demonstrator
direct from the MAJESTIC FACTORY
will be glad to show you "ALL ABOUT RAN
YOU why the MAJESTIC is
the best range on earth at any price.
Come, If You Intend To Buy or Not.
EDUCATION lies in KNOWING
the oen of a range is heated
KNOW how the water is heated-HOW the
topis heated-Why the MAJESTIC uses so
little fuel KNOW how a range is made inside
and outside. This education may serve
you in the future. DON'T OVERLOOK a
chance to KNOW things shown by one who
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He mentions Thomas Nickels, sun, moon aud all the stars go
That brings up things long since in an eclipse,
forgotten and among other things Wc were in the little Cross
the longest game of seven-up we Roads town a few days ago and
ever saw played, with Judge i upon our arrival found all the
Stevens on one side and the inhabitants out on the side-aforesaid
Nickels on the other. . walks. We asked them what
The time was July 17th, 18G9. Was up? And they said look at
Never mind what day of the our concrete walks. Well, it re-
week it was-the game com-1 minded us of the little boy withj
mencedatS a. m., and lasted , first pair of pants. When the I
until up. m., when the money
I was counted and the Judge was
20 cents ahead. Mmd you, the
Judge has long since laid aside
the paste boards. Further on
; he mentions some valuable
edies that we have for sale. That
is all right and we are under ob-.
ligations to him for the free ad.
He mentions the Ginseng Syrup.
We fixed up a bottle, put just
enough corn licker to give it a
little flavor, and went to the lit
tie Cross Roads village and sold
the whole lot, recipe and all the
syrip to our old friend Judge
Churk'v Stevens and Col. Henry
Rappolee. The Judge wanted
it tovcure lumbago and the Colo-
Circuit Rider asked him what he
had in his pockets. Later on
we will mention a few more
Jesse Baker and wife, of
Louisville, were guests of his
brother last week. Jesse is one
of our old Crittenden Co., boys,
having served an enlistment in
"Uncle Sam's" navy. We were
truly glad to see you, Jess.
Born to the wife of Richard
Wheeler last week, a fine boy.
Andrew Wheeler and wife visited
friends in Mexico, (this
county,) last week.
Mrs. John Ladd is quite sick
at this writing.
Jesse Tyner made a business
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trip to Tiline recently. 'New Roid Recommended-
Protracted meeting commences
Monday after 4th Sunday in this i
others as they do to us.
flesh is weak.
Mrs. Mattie Franklin and Mrs.
Fine Deer Creek Farm For Sa'e.
As executor of J. W. Betth,
deed, we desire to sell his farm
of 300 acres on Deer Creek in
Crittenden county. This farm
has about 100 acres of Creek
bottom and the remainder is
good, strong land, well improved
and well watered.
-J. W. Ainsworth & J, W,
Continued from Pai' One.
to Tolu and no road in the county
is harder to keen in rennir
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WHICH SHALL IT BE?
Do you intend to continuo labormKr
ing valuable fuel and destroying high .r,'vi
food with thnt old worn-out cook stoe
You know that old stove eats up a Lit
fuel each year.
You know you havo trouble in gi tt Kr
to bake just right, in fact spoil a l..,t, ,
Vironil nifnn' etn In a mUlL 1
considerable for yearly repairs.
if anv of the land owners u
the mad should find ti
selves injured or
ny it. out iiicir larnis can
We failed to mention that Mrs. jthc collnty. It ntao avoj(ld toroM''
Dora Davenport and son. Duke, the public the necessity of to accrue from the road th.
of Smithland, were guests of her eling over what is known as the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert I ? graveyard lull or CriflUh
Throlkolfl hisr wii.k l,m anu uPon w n,cn l,,e IWUies
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As to uiu wuauier
are excessively steep, long and !
still damaged, the public
pay iium lor it. The o
onenj retried that Henry I
and Ed Moore should e"
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ducah a man is liable to forecast expense and scarcity of road: .7 "1c,tobcr t,',
snow a foot deep in July. "and" thereon.
The Good Book says, "Do unto This Love gr a v e yard
others as you would have them hill is perhaps tin greatest
do to you," but we try to do to -barrier on the road from
co'iit when it- will bo nppj
unless In the mean time e
ions are filed.
Taxicab service all hours, -1
than the one upon this hill: in or night. Rate $2.00 first
Dora Pace, of Salem, were guests fact it is almost impossible. The Special rates for longer tun
of relatives near New Salem cymgeas viewed by the com- Will make all nearby point
Sunday. missioners will make an ideal Smithland, Salem, Fredonia .
Harlan Pace, of near Tribune, road way and will bi worth Call Dennis Hays, Now Phoi
is the guest of his mother. I?" of dollars to the people Number --, Marion, Ky.
i ii-k in 1 1 a ..n. v. Kecuon oi np
.county. It will be unfortunate
Fresh Oysters at Cphcr's.
Li2LXl'Wm no ir rr "tian in- FJ F?1 ,
Stop and think and figure.
Would'nt it pay you to buy a ,j r.i .,
a range with a reputation -
The Great Majestic Malleable
and Charcoal IronRane?
You make no mistake in bujing
GREAT M the range wit-
REPUTATION-ask your !
too, it's made just right and of th.
kind of material -MALLEABLE AN I ,
COAL IRON-riveted togothor
with pure asbestos lx..u.i
boini; mallinblo cant break ha n tnovst
itnd un oven thnt won't why ih '
uses o httlo fuol, hnkiB Juet rij:ht uvory iIm
yr. (hrtiwnn brvni) Junt riht nil ivor without
hpnU r cnllurui of uitr uhilu hronkfaat
hnmllwl last n life tinu, nml cou pm
IV nothing lur rrpnirs.
Uon't buy the rang y oxjnot to lant h
unihi you'll ho sure to hi clmn, i
loinu to our toro liuntiK ilomonitratlon
UltHAT huveltanunv oxclunu. '
xj nine I- fln.1 out why the MAJKSTIC U " ,
stronKur thnn other rnngcii where moil rnr k
Don't Overlook the Date. This is a Special Invitation to You and Your Friends and Neighbors
T. H. Cochran & CO.
Leading Hardware Dealers, Marion, Kentucky.
Card of Thanks.
To the many neighbors and
friends, who so kindly assisted
us in the sickness and death of
our darling little babe, and to
Bro. Thompson for his comforting
words in this dark hour.
We wish to extend our sincere
P. N. Buckalew and wife,
W. H. Ordway, wife and
One half of the tobacco crop
is safe in the house.
Some few complaining, but no
Miss Florence LaRue, who is
attending school at Salem, paid
her parents a visit last week.
We noticed quite a lengthly
letter post marked 'Cross Roads'
which means the little village of
Salem. Well, the writer about
hit it,, so for as the name is concerned.
We are glad he is on
the Record-Press staff. We notice
a few things that this old
wind-bag gets off. He says the
crops look fairly well in the New
Salem section considering the
' land and the cultivation, well,
they do, a great deal better than
thirty-five years back when a
citizen of the little Cross Roads
w'lage used to plow his corn one
time and pull the bridle off of nel wanted it if it would make
'old "Ball," (his horse,) and say ! hair grow on a billard ball, for
jgo it old fellow until next crop which it is highly recommended.
time. And again he pays his J As to the eclipses mentioned, if
respects to your correspondent the Judge will call back thirty-'
by calling up old times and our i five years he would doubtless
friends that have long since 'member when along with your
'passed over the great divide, correspondent he has seen the
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