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VOL WW MARION. CRITTKNDfc.N COUNTY. KV.. THURSDAY MORNING. SKPT. 26, 1912. NO. iV
HAVE PUT MA- FARM BOY WRITES SAM'L BRADBURN "NEW CENTURY" NED CRUCE STAB- MAO CAT SPRINGS
RION ON THE MAP ABOUT HIS TRIP.! OF OAKLAND DIES' AT DAWSON SOLD BED TO DEATH. ON DR. TRAVIS.
Vill Have to Give The Credit to Rupert E. Belt of Sheridan. Wiites Aged Citizen of Near Repfon Coe To Company of Louisville Men Who At Tiline, Livingston County, Alter Foline Be.uu ,o bate dee.. Mad
I he Haynes fost lard And
Haynes Manf. Company
About The Farm Boys Encamp
men! at The State Fair
to His Reward After an Ill
ness of About 1 Month
Will Make Some Extensive
Improvements on it.
LBUR V. HAYNES. PREST. WAS A GRAND SUCCESS. WAS BURIED IN UNION CO. HAYDEN & THRELKELD SELL.
1?. M., our
,t,s an immense business
:!ic' factory and telegraph
on, Marion. Ky.
,. :iat an- you boy a doing hart)
are shipping geode to even
,i,.l m the Union.
i kind of imhIj,'.'
leading brands an- Soui-
Qarda, Imperial
Purity Baking Powders.
. t Heeling Belve, iolel Cold
Monarch Poultry
i, Toilet Combinations,
niturs Polish.
i sail by retail r whole
. handle specialta - f i rm
Dear Editor and Readers of
tbi Racord i rasa;
By the rnjuest of
the Editor I will give ypu a
sket'di of my trip to the fair.
I boarded thr tram on Sunday,
Bept 8, at Marion, at 11 o'clock
a. m., and arrived at Dawson
Spring! at 1 p. m that after-
Dooa ami staid over till the next
morning and at 3 a. m. hoarded
tin- tram for Louisville, and arrived
there at B a. rn.. then took
:i street ear for the fair ground.
We were told to report at the
secretary's office, ire were there
directed to our tents where we
fo'.mdj'rof. Hendricks, our man-
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Samuel Hradburn. an aged and
highly respected citizen of the
Oakland section, died Friday
night at Klit), of bowel constrain-
tiun. of which he had suffered
for several weks. He was 79
years oi ago and is survived ny
his wife and five children: Ira
and Sam, Jr., of this coiintv, '
J. T., of Indiana lis, Ind. ; Curt,
of Gardeo City, Kan, and Sarah,
wife of It. K. Curry, of Union
Co, Mr. I'.radburn was a
Of the Cumberland
tartan church at StUfgis and belonged
to the odd Fellow's lodge
also. He had lived in this county
alM)ut ten years, having
ed here from Union Co.. where
he was born. His remains were
Dawson Springs, Ky., Sept.
24. In a deal consummated today
Bayor W. 0. Head, of Louisville,
and several other Louisville
business associates bought the
New Century hotel at a price of
teO,OOOfrom Hayden AThrelkeld.
The new owners will take
charjK on the first day of October
and begin immediately to
make extensive improvements
and additions to the property
which they intend to put in first-class
condition.
taken to the Wallace cemetery
near Sturgia Sunday for interment
by the early train from
Repton
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A Fight Over The Possession
of A Buggy Whip.
prions
reat Majestic Ran
Sept., 30, to Oct, 5, 1912.
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Ofl week only, with every
C RAW !' sold pria ata
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a ire as illustrated here.
piCCC of the ware is the best
i a piece that is iut
every kitchen. Tin- cannot
1 :Jit for less than SHOO.
,M. exhibition at our store
!i TO SEE IT.
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Head Sent to Chicago.
VICTIM OF 17 YEAR OLD BOY. DOCTOR, Lii 1.1 CHICAGO.
A telegram from Paducah to ,
Louisville Evening Post says;
'In a fight over the possession of,
a buggy whip, after church services
at Grove Chapel, near Tiline
in Livingston county, Sun-;
day afternoon, Ned Cruce, aged
forty, a cousin of Gov. Cruce. of
Oklahoma, was stabbed to death
by James Holder, aged seventeen.
Holder surrendered and
is in jail awaiting trial.
Cruce whipped Holder in a
light at the church, and Holder
escaped, but was pursued and
overtaken by Cruce and the fight
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Dr. Walter T. Travis of
was bitten o the arm
Tuesday night b: a eat, believed
to have been afflicted with the
rabbies, and which was killed
and its head lent to the Pasteur
Institute in C'.i'ca ;o for examination.
Dr. TrartS has received
no answer yet but is expecting
it everyday.
The popular physician was at
the boms of t..e late Miller Newman,
on the night of Mr. Newman's
death. H-' was standing
on the porch about 11 o'clock,
when a medium sized cat ran up
from out in the yard and sprang
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WHICH SHALL IT BE?
Do you intend to continue laboring, burning
valuable fuel and destroying high priced
food with that old worn-out cook stove','
You know that old stove eats up a lot of
fuel each year.
You know you have trouble in getting it
to bake just right, in fact spoil a batch of
bread every once in a while- you know it costs
considerable for vearly repairs.
Stop and think and figure.
Would'nt it pay you to buy a good range
a range with a reputation
T,IC Great Majestic Malleable
ancJ Charcoal Iron Range?
You make no mistake in buying the
GREAT the range with the
your neighbors. Then
too, it's made just right and of the right
kind of material -MALLEABLE AND CHARCOAL
IRON riveted together practically air
tight-lined with pure asbestos board-parts
l ititf malleable cant tirenk -has a movable reservoir
i! an oven that won't w .u why the
uses so little futl, hakes riht tvery day in the
ft, (bfOWM bwsd just rirl,t all kit without turning)
heats IS gftlloM of wat.r while breakfast is cooking
properly handled lasts a life time, tad ousts practically
nothing for repairs.
Dot t buy the range vou expect to last a lifetime
'"unsight unseen," you'll be burc to b disappointed.
CoflM to our Store during demonstration week, see the
GREAT MAJESTIC have it many .xelusive features
explained--And 'in wh the MAJESTIC is 3tH) percent
stronger than other ranges where most ranges are
weakest.
Vverlook the Date. This isa Special Invitation to You and Yoisr Friendsland Neighbors
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