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0 i 3, 1912
:, : III 1' I
I I .arnett and Mies R-s.
I., dbedder of
is a candidate for
1 1 an! m county, III
cta of election.
arjecial values in
lie. M;..i. on. K '.
K Mastei i hav
1 lendt r hen
s. Win. :
, Thursd md
1 r 1 hiiiii"
1 1 ii
(Mi (n come i x
look tnd get I
prices 5 5"
a l ether on I jj
iph or iih .
trouble for I
us t" iho
t hem ;i n l '
joy it, so
i avlor & liannan
PEOPLE WHO KNOW
are going to buj a MA. II Is
TIC RANGE during our
demonstration week. Y '
would too if you knew. Read
our liir add in thin paper.
T. II. C chran - Co
Mr and Mrs M. K. Fohi are
visiting fr in Evansviile
h i . Bters .-a !oph r't.
i . r i )rider left Saturda i v-
i 'i Sluiwneetown, III., to
tl 1 i the funeral of his aunt,
M I. II Adams, which took
; .. there Sunday morning at
' i, Herbert Whitnej ami two
chi ilren who have been the
(in tn itahh'tl Kestaiirant for Ik kMl mMm mom to
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in the newest
now while you can
Cotton and Woolen
Thvse cool nights
wear and Hosiery
j Coat Sweaters
, ...u,., ...:... -. fresh oyatera aerved any style, cur. it wit nun i7m pomdm. ..;w4.. rvAWk. 2 mules and farming tools
r n Kniliia ( oi.n ,.,. l,,. ,.riMuiniwiMl.i..n. "I have ruuwiuk tunica t nv Reasons for selling,
.1 rai k t'obt. of thi city,
I (U RENT:
i ape that I just got .1 W Wilaon
. sold mil u ill Louiaville
than Wilt l
i or two nice
n Ave , Man. i' . Ky.
r i- . J. r '
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Marion M iand i' ic
' "' '
old Chanibarlaia'i ('oiiii Raaiadi fr a rant;e is made inside and
w P. asmsa and wira nave :-.., ... t.n., ,.,.,. i
iturday and wae burb tii c u t our store
Sun.la. just retwrne.i irom a pieaaani T7. 7"7Z li "7,
' .... .i T i.i'sx on iru' nmrin i
slt to .siMUIl I'lHIIll), ICUII.,
their old home.
who v i Thorougl bred Poland China
on bus . r turned
M a) '
. Princeton, reaching
Marlon Ban X9tny ,
, in . " .-
malt s. Read for service, at
Mat1 ! I!. F. Burton,
! . 0., R. !'. D. I. M irion. K.
C a W W
during our SPECIAL MAJESTIC
Oct. 5, 1912.
T. H. Cochran & Co.
3 :cr Coats
Ir bv Etc
Iwalf of tor form
We have alrea iy established a reputation
THE BEST SHOES
handled in the county, try us, and you'll
be thoroughly convinced, whether for Men
Women or Children, we're ready to prove
what we have said.
ii You Want The Best I The Quality Store
Corset-Call For Warners Marion, Ky.
THE CitlTTENDEN RE( ORD-PRESS PAGE FIV1
tt iMMMMMM M (a6 ft . , ftftioft
in . ' r ,T WE 5 IP PLEASES) GURSELVcS SIGNS-
1 lie - iidihmjH'hat We've Pleased You 3s Everything, g
g Mow this is what we'll do if you will come and inspect our immense line of Cloaks and Suits, Men's and BoCs !
g i mining, bhocs tor everybody, Cotton and Woolen Blankets.
.i Yo.t Want lo lie Real Well Pleased
If jc3vB H9 r J
.Inst r t n
i he inside ol
in' of ur
( Iverc ;i i i
they lit . war
ii H il :n nl 1 1 i'
price i li i m fHTi
you too i y, p
. I b
li not much , - o
Winter ie coming and yon and $8.00 worth of ware will In tin- local office of the I. C.
each member of your fami i j Mi be riven awav FREE with roilroad company, toifered a par-
need ihoea. Summerville
them st wholeasla prices, (i;
M;.-s lastts Conysr has ret
I'd from a visit to frier.d
relatives in th Salem Vail'
were guests of Dr. W. H. Miss Marv Wyatt of FVedonia.
OwenaHigaby and wife of ford and wife Sunday night left who accompanied her niece. Miss
leaf Springe who wen gueati Monday forWycliffe,Ky.,to viaCriatineGholson to Swoethrior. '
of her parents, Mr. and Mr it hia mother, lira. E, F. Craw
.!, Ilotisor. h.i.' r I i n .. tarA )r H (:iford and hcrp Mondav mornini? enroute to
Mrs u i-' Haynea and da
Miaaea Gwendoline and
lefl I icadaj ' r ZX lai I, FIs
Meadsmea Miles Flsnsry and I.
11. ('lament motored to Princ -
entire party made the trip in JJr. Wyatt.
Kranh Crawford's touring car.
, stro'' Saturday morning
' fESTIC sold it our
W. RATION this KentjuAf
avenu . He had been unwell for
aty, bept. 80 to Oct. geveral day and on arising Sat-
i. H. Cochran & Co. urday mo ing was luddenly
.1. A. .Salem washor. s'ncKe" an idl t0 th BOOT.
this week enroots to and from ' is improving and it
Thoa. Bvana of Paducah waa market. Mr. Karris is the last 1 ,8 ln,,ut that he will recover.
ir .. till tf i . . I- ! w . i . , l - M . kj . 4 .. I . - . M '., . . I i . . ..1.1 .... I . i i-i At li ..K.Om vt 4-o
here Widmduy l Kev. this ,, ,, , ,, ,....
Mi- R .. r. Iirr. left Monday a isit to hn Tolu plantation. ' who supplied this territory in the
i; ww R. P. Wfteeter who haa been sfttmoon for Connth. Miss. "old days.' J. N. Woods, R. L.
Mr andMra J. F tstt, of quiU ill at hia home in the where Mr. Whitoe) haa ehgrge vn huV unstpht un Moore, J. H. Porter. J A. Dav-
wl i wars guests of rata try. ia now up and able to bo Injof the eUim department of the I ieeUM Let the man who idson and L. L. Price have cross-
here bull week for a few it. c,tv. C li R. knows show you all about ed the great divide. P. E.
returned home Thureday. this Shewmaker has retired but Mr. i
,.,..,,. , RApC di mil storo uiisj
FOR SALE. Seven vtmr od i ..,., iii.i,.,, mt
P of Pinakneyville w.i . . ' Sent 30 tn 0 K , rams still nanus out gooas at
,. . r noaj enrvuic
rd tosttamd the
i soli of .' L
I i ii . .. ho died Thuradsy
iiambi rgar sny time ;t
W l: Gibbs, the pastor.
. ting at Clear Boring
id Grove lat Sun-He
was aeaiatsd bji
"ii' muir on i- moiiwir , . , . , ..-..,.-, -.. . . ij i
1 i: Ws bear ton, Monday night,
, nig an interesting f lenient was chauffer.
1'r I''r:tnK I r'lwfiird. wirii
m it . o i reian ai nit' ait.uc um swiiu.
w itn necuntv . ... v . in. cornran w u.
Ira Bradburn, R P D
ai i oabi hi Wheatcroft who
FARM FOR SALE.
. .... . n in ('riontx' tv v in nnp
LOST IN A GAVE.
OF FOUR BOYS.
Last Saturday afternoon, Presley
Henry, son of James Henry,
(ieorge Dollar, son of Gilly Dollar,
Milton IfcAdame, son of
! Mrs. Lawson McAdams, and
f 1 : -. Ir. T ..4 v 1 Oa- if rt r i t a
Virginia, last month, returned riwawajan, ay., wmh . obf. outweauora nanKin, son oi i. a.
l:'l. l nave a iarmoi izi acrea l iwmin an ui Hvran nan an ex
perience which they will not
wile accompanied mem aim me aiem u visu aar. ami nn, j. r . .. 7 .... , qonn fnript The hovs were
mi.e oi r reuoma aim on me eug ,
mhering wa,nuts on the VVilson
ioi tne rreuonia vauey mai i hjll farm anf1 to ex-Mr
and Mrs. .Tames D. Farr n 8jre n Ben or trade plore a cave which penetrates
I still have S big lot of shoes, who were guests last week of her tile business. This farm lies on ; the hluiT. They took the pre-Como
and get them. Winter sister. Mrs. M. F. Croft at her Livingston Creek, 25 acres.creek caution to take a candle, some
Ihoea for self and family new home on Main street, left bottom. 30 acres in grass, 20 matches and a long string which
.1. K Summerville. MattOOB. Ky. Sunday afternoon for their home acres of good land to clear, fair ' t'ey "S" t0 ?V S
in Salem house of 4 rooms. 2 good barns. fore descending into the deptha
vn.n .m i.u r hum chi you wain MWRA foat If it oita I w of ( ritteniien eonntv's miniature
EDUCATION consists in sell my part of crop with land, , "Mammoth Cave." This
Terms; time on part if fso de-'( their way and to make mattera
sired. On Rural Route 1. Fredo-, worse the Pandle wont out
ma jy Yours, te string broke and the matchv
J F Canada. ' suPPly ws found to be short.
P. S. Plenty of timber to keep The-V rPed around some time
1 1. I 1 I ! .. . 1
in thu parlu aff prniwin Thew
not able to '
looking tor the exit and tmaliy
began to yell for help. Harry
i Moore, son of John A. Moore,
Tolu. Ky.. bept. 11. 1012.
who was one of the BUtUng par.
., ...v n ., ... .- e . .i
i iwn ui a Mi.i), u wvu ty UU not venture into tne
A roan cow, dehorned, seven I heifer with crumple horns, with era, heard their criee snd
yearsold, due to calf Oct. 10th. ;gman whits) apot in forehead, a ed to thecity and gave the alarm.
"'!'" E. B. Mooaa. round hole in right ear. and a fter considerable delay the i-
1 i little white under belly, about rente were found and went to
t andonehalf yearaold, and the entrance accompanied bj a
- COLO - WINTER
'valued by C. T. Riley, J. P, r.n) ,.r .. cr0wd. Lawr B bin
Kit Shepherd to be worth about sn waa one of the mo I diligent
$23.00. twenty-five dollars, Tak- fri , u t
ip oy i. r. narns,auer navjwy ley McCain, color .
broken in the field and liderably excited as . .t
ed over ten days T. F. Harris urt told that hia Howard
Kit Shepherd, Chai
Subscribed and sworn to before
me. this the 1 1th
(has. T. Riley
A copy stteat:
L. E. Guess, Clerk
Count v Court.
enroute to Ch i throu i
the b iwela of the u th. The
' w ere rescue 1 ing
day oi i . - , a torn bed four ai I one half
houraand all were in teara when
). P. C. C brought to the surf ace of mother
ea't'.i just after d rk. Presley
Crittenden Henry embraced I a' rence Rob"
jt inson and told ii rn he m ver
I,, iked so good to hi i his
life, h is saui son . ' the
Suffers Stroke of Paralysis bovs and their pai ?nts had quite
But Will 'v ;ting meetings , b:iek
. o - when thev es '