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Motors arc more con vienient
anci as economical, all things
considered as any motive
power known. Ask us lor
particulars as to operating
vour null or any machinery.
. N 1" 1 (V.fiV
Wfll Form an Active Working Entity:
Thorough Organization of
Young Men in Old Gibra'tar.
To furtht rthe principles a Ivo
rated by Governor oodrow 'il erat
son. Democratic nominee for
president, the national headquarters
of the Democratic committee
has set on foot the organ
JAMES CLARK. Jr., ELECTRIC COMPANY ,
IM OM I'OKAI'DI)
520 Wett Maui St. L JU1SVILUC, KY
C. V. OAKLEY
Life, Health, Accident, Fire and Tornado Insurance
OFFICE OVER FARMERS BANK
men who will vote for the first
.time at the November election.
It is for the purpose of showing
these young men the righteous-Dees
of ! 'Hi icracy and why th n
should itand for its pruicip.es
that the eluba will be formed.
That the Young Men's Democratic
I'luhs w ill prove popular
in Padueah and in fact all of ihe
counties in the first district, i
assured, especially with Mr.
Scott as its head.- News Ih-mo
tio . of what is known as the of saseass wrkm
Vnnntr Uan'i n.nuMMi PI..K tfOObto ahead if BOt WtwJ, M dots
skvaaaasj .-' m a. - v mv i v. v I WW
Rtpn Hnttive Robert H Scott
lug On The Track
I -;. of Appetite It moans lack of vi-
t ;, 1 1 f V l.wti (f t r.'riL'l ll An. I
hi- ben appointed chairman mtum i, ;i(.pft.te fails, take
the first d strict organisation of Elttrie Bittsra quickly to sisrcosn
l n nocrats by Stanley P, ths aoss bj t..nirnr up ths ttosaack
j. ,; f Maysviile, who was re Mi carte tk Miwtias' Mihat1
j . e .. Ht'SsheimtT. of Lincoln. Neb.. hai
med as chairman of the ,
i 'n sick over ihrt'f bat tu
in h,,.u., f Ku.otril. 1ltu.r, pu, nim
"' ' VOUng i'l Politics, ru'ht .n his again. Thf
.. ihowingatthe kHped ttNMstaaeS, Th'y kv, pees
session of the legislature and Nrws, t.hk1 dlgMttoa.
n cnairmuii b choice no , ., . . ,
, , . , , J.i'. H. Or me s o
.1 i lot vih meet with the BP
alofall Democrats, younp; and "
old in the (iibraltar. In com-
pletinK the outline of the rAKIVI lUK OAI.L.
zation of young Democrats in
this district Mr. Scott has Predooia, Ky., Route 1. BeptSO
ed chairmen in the thirteen 1W2. -I have a farm of 127 acres
counties. in Caldwell County Ky.. in one
The app antees for Crittenden mile of Fredonia and on the edpe
and nearby counties are: John of the Fredonia Valley that I de-
Lawrenco of Cad z, for Trigg sire to sdl or trade for
R, H Aikin. of Prince , tile business. This farm lies OS
ton. f... Caldwell county Lai D. Livingston Creek, 25 acrescreek
Threikeld, of Smithland for Liv- bottom. 80 acres in grass, 20
msrston county: Clem Nunn of acres of gKd land to clear, fair
DID YOU EVER THINK ?
always breaks out where least expected. Therefore
it standi VOL in hand i have your property Insured
against lose by Fire, Tornado, Windstorm, Etc.
You can get Insurance today--maybe tomorrow
yu will need it. Let me place it in companies that
as cl eerfuUj pa) YOU as you pay them.
THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS
i. ftftgjgftftftftftftasftiftfcftftftftftftjn'FlVE THOUSAND SUN-
; motors! lnAY QPUnilKIM VirTF
I electric lllUfll OUMUULu IN STA1
to ' 400,000 Sunday School Pupili Will
t Be Represented at the Mate
Convention in October.
Five tliausand Sundu school
with a m mhersh.ip of over 100,
000 a ill be represented 'it the
48th annual Kentucky 8 . un
day School Convention hich
meets in Padueah Oct. LV I i N V.
1, inclusive. Indoubte i . this
convention will be the 1. 1 . est OV-
er held m Padueah -; vially
along religious lines 1 1
i .i i i i 'iti . i
civ cnooi waici win i oi m
li e r
The general Mcrotary, the
Rev, George A. JopHn who was
in Tad iral s. v.ral days ag I was
rather optimistic regarding the
prospect for big attest at
the meeting here and ev n more
than 2,000 delegatoa ma be in
Padueah during tl e eonvei lion.
It will be tile con- tition
dav after lumber to Jimsh our
of Caseyville, wife of Silas
ge n, had died then- on Tuesday
and was buried there Wed
Mrs. Flic W'oolv of Mattoon,
and Mrs. Bailie Cl m tnt, of Ma
rion, spent Wednesday with old
Mr. and Mrs. II. I
sp nt I- nday witn her tatner,
G P. Wilson.
Mrs. Carrie S B, of liar-,
risburg, III., is i- I Mrs. .1.
... . , .
L. es ami i nenus nere.
Um n I l inlrin atot t t .
(Dntsyed from tust
Pyt noting it tins pi .
OlllL every Sunda evening! three
o ciock. ti erj one m ii.'u.
II, L Patton i nd family enjoyed
a 1 1 ai u t sil i" relatlvt i
mar Bmmaus Saturday night
u illie McClure, wife and
dren, Of near IV rkt.oyville,
wen t m. sts of Ifai thew Henrj
an 1 family Sunday.
John McClun i- on 1 1 sick
I t ;if f hw uri t ine
The lorghum nulls ererunning
in 'his neighborhood
Tom I'atton, wite and two
on. Shelley and Omer, visited
Willie O'Brion near Fermersviile
ili'iiominiit' n Ii.mtis'. Method' Saturday and Sundav
I . . .
There was some iiost here the
p ist wees.
U B. Patton is able to sit up
Mrs. Elisabeth ravioli some
better at tin writing.
Millie Brown, of Frances section,
passed through here one
.. . . . . . ... .. i o !....: ... a l
o U' Statr .Sim :iv s.- hoo' naiuitia in vci. me
association to beheld in Pa lucah iervicoi will be at 11 o'doch
or Western Kentucky. Saturday morning instead oi 8
Padueah News Democrat O'cloekhi the afternoon.
Tola, Ky.. Sept. n, 1912
Taken up a stray, oi e red
Sick hadacht is caunf.1 by a dur
derttl stomach. Take Chamberlain .
Tablets and SSeteSl and the head
ach will disappear. K.r sale by all
.) iL'rs. o
( Delay til from last weeS.)
The river is on a rise at this
Mrs. S. C. Hughes spent Mon-
Marion if or Crittenden county; house of 4 rooms, 2 good barns .
j(lav with Mr9. Mary ughes.
and sldon R Glenn, of Eddy one 60x66 feat If it suits I will (' ,y (;rady. our SOpull
vine t.,r Lyon count v. , sell my part of crop with land,
Mr, Scott will get down to the, 2 mules and farming tools.
woi.': 3f perfecting his organiza ' Reasons for selling, not able to
tion immediately. It is probable look after farm.
that a meeting of the executive! Tonus; time on part if so de-
aommittee composed of the sired. On Rural Route 1, Fredo-
teen county chairmen, will be nia. Ky. Yours.
held in Padueah sometime this ' F. Canada.
week. P. 8. Plenty of timber to ketp
There are thousands of ytung farm up.
merchant. wa in Iouisville lart
week purchasing fall and winter
Miss Lillian Bennett is very
sick at this writing.
Messrs. J. VV. Hughes and J.
L. Collins went to Sturgis Tues-
Sam Travis is much impi
Mrs. .Jennie Brasher and two
children are quite sick.
Quite a nuniU'r in this vicinity
A protracted meeting is in
progress now at Dycuaborg, conducted
by the pastor Rev. R A.
Liliue, assisted l Rev. Willis
ed is life and SOSOt.
When Ship Is Fumigated.
New Orleans, La. Oct. L
ni'4' st'KMi;i in the
heiferwith crumplehon., with " ",!- ' T 'h J
Kxld. wera drive, : r b)
small white in forehead, .oi .Satu,daenrout,;toKuMa,a .
spor a U tunics oi sulj
round hole in riK'ht ear, and a
little white under bell v. about
two and one half yeara ol I, and
valued by ( T. Riley. J. P . and
Kit Shepherd to be worth alniut
$li.").(Hi. dol)ar Taken
up by T. I' Harris, aft. r having
broken in the held and stayed
over ten days T. F. Harris
Kit Shepherd, ('has. T. Riley.
Subscribed and sworn to before
me. this the 1 tth day of September.
t'has. T. Riley, J. p. C.G
A copy attest :
L K. Goose, Clerk Crittenden
County Court. It
and began p Minding on the iron
hull, and yelled to be lot out.
The fumigation was atoppod
and the Chinamen rOSCQOd. The
ship arrived at i inruntine Sstur
My brethern count it all joj fb eesop gssro Is sesfessg thai ecu
when ye fall into divers tempta
1 tion. James 1 :2.
J THE CITY BARBER SHOP I
J. Mlanton Wi'ii.
y Kvrrythintc Neat and Clean
: .ii skis
K.,.1, l...;i.lir. Spencedid most m, r...i
sra s i s s s la a
Ur sale I y all dwilrrs.
f .,.ir.,rl.,r. k iir I I II
SdH:S h'lj II!
"It MTmnl ttit ii .
. i.f an iii'lv u .
When the work of fumigating . r..t.' n i
Carter Campbell baa boon on tltotJaamship, P .ei.ia. fromll x-,n. c, r. ,.
the sick list the nut "';in ports began this morninK hrsstssssit ffstfsi I
:" T.arnntme station, six (hi- ? f
II..V .! C K,m J In. ...-K.,
..-.,... , .......
tMn ami silss, .
Taylor an.l J. II i
OCT. 10 i91J
WHAT MAKES A POPULAR BANK?
Courtesy, first, last and all the time.
An intelligent interest in the success of its Depositors
Convenient quarters for tie use of its patrons and friends
Such liberality as is consistent with sound constrvab
Amp'e facilities to meet the demands of the commuruu
in which it is located.
A willinpr.ess to reasonably accommodate the legitimate
enterprises of the county.
Marion Bank of Marion, Kv
SI Altl.lSHM) ISH7 J
has all of these Requisites and is seeking
your friendship, deposits and other business
Capital, Surplus & Profits $45,670.28
We are designated a U. S. Government Dei
HX.VV. "r.si.l. ni. SAM GUOKNHEilf. Vior 1
J V. HAVDKN. 2nd Vuo Pr.M I. r.f
.1 yankki.i.. CssMSr. D. WOODS, a-, i..,. ,
day last week.
Our next regular meeting da)
at Seven Spring which is the v rk; ...
niu VMMiV .'w r en ve as y m
Fortobe oarnalli minded it pswsssi Ssssrtsest ni ion esse """" uh
but to hfl ' ' ' Hr.an. of Wil- days.
n. lu. vthaav. I kn.. from n-. rsoiloillit Iflcrearrf..
irrifnrf that riiatnlifrtain'it
Rfmnly is far Kiixrii'r t" an
The Lightning Rod
I San Antonio I
Tin announc. r .
dav night, after four da sat s. a. in Missouri r
Til.' stowawavs wire turned John Cole. iaVOOtoro I
o ar to the irnmigretioa author aragrod, roealia the -,
it it s. pending oportatton. losreero4tssol form, rl
... ' in figure in the world
Il a ..man h (akn ffm
m re- and KsOnee,
t -nigh bos and uirlam phut .
"ther. il .
PowHL a paint- of
:Hut Steriliz.tl TSWeti with .arh I I ' p,.,i tKM'w;ird OVOT th.' stp
,..- , i ... . .
ICIIH i in- niniKr imu
AND GOLD MTII
Bridge thsa atersuon and phMst
i mw' down a i!tunci' m j.' leei.
DCiLUlti . at thf wafer's etlie
T lie re was an excursion to High
---.--- Rroie today arvd Powell had
MEETING AT LiSMAN
gone down with a PBftJ ' im
IWilmore. He was on the dg
Oct. 4, P.12. We began our I of a procipiee when ho attddsnly
meeting at Lisman. Kv., Shiloh I ftH backward. Ite feet
church, Monday night after thelforernostoa a ledgoaheut twesv
tth Sundav in and I ti.liv.. t'...t .UiAn mil no
continued taw days. Rev. O. D. off turned over and plunaed ''" " '"'"' U
of the preaching beadforemost to the ground, 260
Dink Sturgeon went to Rosi- to the delight of all who heard feet below.
.. in T.w...i.... ihim. We heh
t l'. 111., lC."ifl.
Very sad news came to our our new ehurch
little town that Mrs. Sturgeon, beautiful church.
He is survived by
the meeting in two listers, Mrs. Harrv Mustin.
e have aof Wilmore, and Mrs James Ha
Great crowds V of this city, and brother.
attended the lervicci The McTyre Powell, of Cincinnati.
school teacher. Miss Nellie Han
cock, a noble character, brought
her school to Church sen lees,
'1 he res ill of the me ting was
19 additions and were
among the best families ( the
ond Monday of the m eting, i i
and t he preai her lad- d to Al
his ii rmon. It wi
Ml nc SMI
i .... . .
i uinir i. inn in trie t ni . .
' - 1
"f miot a n-' ',
yet a tjuurter of a cent n i. J
huiltlmg was ronsnlir. . 4f(
from a llt of lightning
rainter rails ZL reet was surnmunUni by a (
Froot Kentucky Cliff, -o which was
l i .tl 1 I .It I Ilie IH1KI Hll.l i ,,)
ne iiKnining riMi was s.i .-ml
tuat it ww for t J
r of a rmiltling to get a Are r
mance policy unless ttj
lirovitieii a lightning ri
stiiel'l trim ilamage Irorn 1 1 .
eii.ents. as does the ai r. M
igrosWpssjd Uvn the i .!
i .. u .1 by ti. j.. , .. dsf
i.'e tarnuT uiu tl.. . ,i
eanv mark (k'lecteU i tbel
sein in some of the i i
An at four-room cottage on 'nKJ where! il has beei
UYwt Ii t or..,. in iMaiion, ' ,,r nirty
tin. T. I. Ibu.nM n.
' 1 1 1 4 r i i I rTv
Marion, K .
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r .... . . . I . , I . i .. .-...1., I..
intrv. Bro. Spence is a clear Ky. A nice home and in good it with about as much
rrazier cu I nreachT On the sec repair. t ati le at a
in Rock, 111.. Friday on
shopping trip. A TEXAS WONOER
P.. F. Gaha ra i was here i
busineni Sal Tas Won!er cores k l a"j
M,s. ,;,.,,. xhorne and aunt, b'addr TrNllMlrsMvinai :.v.-i..
.. diabetes, week and lama bae r
-.. - ru i.
N imiie Ihorne. spenl Wedn r, .. , . .
. , and all irregularities of the
day With Mrs. J. n. Bennett kidaeya and blwlder la both men and
J. W. Bennett, who has b en ., , Ragnlatai I tmablei
quite sick, is much improved at la children. If not sold by your
this writing. 's, w',! ,,r"''r;' by
. ,. I."". One troall bottle is two months'
i t..,.. ,c t:,,..
rs. John Swansey, ot . .
, , ,, ... treatment, and seldom fai li to pertecl
ris, was the guest oi Mrs. Alice a nirc ,,, ,r ,,..,
lennett. this and other states. Dr B. W I
Will cl i Huccess to the I&26 Olive street, Bt, Loots, Mo. Hold
km- me reason tnat tl .
illy owned his bona i bs
its irtuc a - th
It It hand Of a gra. i
'I he ing rod
it it a .
imp-'i' . .1 t.yj
I traveling agents, lie w.
' susceptible to their wik
i the towns and uties aor
Was COneid red i lit
u m it was anbellisl
H it toe n g oi
ning hkI Iihs been go
manv sears and now it
cally unknown except
and it rained the '
Moving Pictures, Majestic """;'mlsl"1'11"
i-i i' -,-, I ring i n inderstori
rbcatrc rues, rhurssnd Sat-
Ktm mI Sliim i( v
urdsya evening at7.30 ckjonly by tradition.
Sa.vir -'.to. rlnr nml
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bc:3tc Lamp Oil
laas - Sootipan
i ""i no ii Uian -
l . - k . u . .',,.. bin.),.
; u, I,IJ:' ' dewier I. a, Il In 1 iricli d.
ot frmn i
, CHAS. C. GTOLL OIL CO.. LOl'lSVIl!
t, at Wmntn. fa. lUb.Oral Mctae (.wi.
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