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us show you the
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Have we received our New
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:: veii i nouia sav so, vvc
ays make it a point to be first,
When other people announce their
new arrivals, you can just bet your
Bottom Dollar that McConnell &
Nunn have their goods all marked
and on the shelf ready for you at
the lowest price that can be found
in town. Do your trading at a cash store
for one year and note the difference. You
will find a saving in your bank account
from 1 5 to 20 per cent. A trial is convincing
It is useless for us to mention our many
n w ioods in all departments. Come to our
store, call for what you want, you will find
it nine times out of ten. Pay cash and Save
money
NELL & NUNN....
Cash Store
arion, Ky.
PRIZE WIN- TO REDUCE
NING ESSAY FIRE DANGER.
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GOV. McCREARY ISSUES PROC-
RITERI A. BtLT HAS BEST
CTlllfY LftfflAllUn,
t farm i ontaini ;".") terai
ol I: n ' cf v ' ' 25 ::'T s are in
woo s, 17 in iunm B6 in
H mi corn.
1 1 ir farm hilli but
i i . .il it is di
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t8.
.... . 30 In ad of
cattl ' i ils nd v '""'s
.p or goats
as other itock will not thrive
Ml.
Our fence is partly woven
nd it rail fence. We do
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torj .
1 1 , ' ason I i sire t' ren am
, n tin farm if thai we can gel
;,!, fresh sir and enjoy the
henetitu of health.
VVe have fresh eggs, fresh
milk and butU r and all kinds of
fresh vejretables.
Farminp ii the most independent
nccutation man can have.
You h ve thi privilesre of being
. i m i M and going whew you
;,. ' ii v ,-is y ' ilease,
I i elieve il the toil vas limed
it would I rii ; in i n r
,1 returns.
manure npn ader a '- il
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than it
Hv i , done hy I and
ng a ,: , . milage makea the
i.ows piM'li.i.' a aier bitiouim
October B has been offldally
di Blgnated as a clean-up day in
1 Kentucky for the purp )se of
tire dangers.
If this day were religiously ob-i
rved throughout the Common
wealth there would U' fewer
fires to record within the next
twelve months t come The
". neral removal of rubbish in
and about business houses, factories,
residences and other
places would amount to a hitf re
jduction in lire hazard. The putting
in order of houses and
premises in advance of winter
Would save many losses that are
'sure to come otherwise through
defective flues, stoves and other
heating arrangements and
through the neglect of these precautions,
which, while simple
and easily practical, are of much
importance to personal and general
welfare.
Some years ago the people of
the United States became aware
of the fact that Fourth of Ju'y
celebrations of the boisterous,
powdei iii (tine m 1 1, were
i a hi : v annual loss in life
and property. The injudicious
use ot' fireworks resulted in many
deaths and serious injuries and
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VOL. V MARION. CRITTENDEN COUNTY, hY.. Till HSDAV MORNING. OC I. I, 1912. NO. 14.
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LADfj SHOES
We are now and have been for
some time setting tl e pace in
shoe styles for young Indies.
We have the cc leor .'c
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who are the fcreriost shoe ir.akeri when
it comes to SYYJ.E n uJ QUALITY,
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i"-, we invite
.i to as.c
your neigh
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ALL
LLATHtRS
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Buster Brown Clj.tlor. hcc.
for Boys, for Git Is, all teoiners.
Crossett Shoes (or Men
The Shoe that Hands the teM. the shoe
that has the style, the shoe that ives satisfaction
A trial pair will convince you
their meiil Ccine let us shew ycu
Try a pair of our Stump of the World
work Shoes
EADiG. FASHION EMPORIUM
EECZ
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f Monterey, TV nn.
.- who were the guests of hii titter
i I p Mi ' ' ' n W. - Sal'-n
I hsve i 1 1 1 i J home.
"Stronger
Than
The
Law"
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Mrs. B. L. Yates, of Lafayette. I Dr. J. R. Perry received a
Ky., is visiting her sister. Mrs. telegram railing him to Luuis-Hattie
Oidcr, of this county ville last week to attend the
this week. wife of his brother, T. A. Perry.
.,-,., . , , of Owenton, Ky.. who was
MijsCara Crawford, of Tolu.
eerarally operated on for a
who has been visiting In Nash-
nior, ;it a L(,:isville sanit;, ,,m
ville. lenn.. was expected to Dr. Perry returned home Thurs-
arrive home ytsterday. day.
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M. E. FOSS
MARION.
KENTUCKY
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