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VITAL SPOT WAS TOUCDM. BUI I FT
LOtATEl IN BhtAST TISSUES.
"',n!.w, Oct. IS, Colonel Col I: i . I man refund
evelt'fl special train left for to vivo any reason for I ii act but
-o :.t 12:30 a tn Altli'i'ii'li later ihowed notes to officer!
aring bullet in his breasl which eaidh had b n vlidted
Roosevelt declared hi b) the spirit of President Mr
i ; ndiani i to u , a U j ,-.i hdscl
m. engagement tomorrow his murderer and thai lis
fteri mdingthe night in derbeat nged,
The ipecial la dus to I Col .it ths
,tt Chicago at 8 a. m. and auditorium ter the STest of
ionel will be taken t the ins assailant livertd an
r: m hospital. addreas,(tne copj oJ sniciiinhia
t Ml p -.-. ' ii b lievs i to hav
. i'-"1 ',l", l"'' ' diminishing
ufc . Oct. r.
ettwaashol ,UI" '" ll" l""1' '
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, wounded tonight si
Gilpetrkh Kb '"l""1"" ' o hwur with the
. . . . . : an Isiong i i
l Iged inh " -;
. melR nm rait coi f weakness fi m
I and began hia ' Al ll" ' "
I Ma assailant I ui
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admitted Hriag tin
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crowd lake " hai 1 ",,! ;
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Allcl :. . . I Col.
Irani uu win ii he expecu . in
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Col. R
h $cn nk.
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was just i
to go to'1 ' ,il""'
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$1. to $1.50
w
pnng
Smtlfcg for
Kirschbaum ' Clothes.
M I A" ' mm union. I
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Wis., Oct IS.
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i t'v hospital
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the muwular tissue.
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Kousevell was not lenousiy in
jured was made ly Dr.
. f3tratton, of Milwaukee.
f the phvsicians who e
the colonel. He said
there is no cause for alarm, and
,a( the bullel is emDeaoeo in
her that he was in no dan
ger, an It w ;'-""
iiamni an m li's li1'
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EVELT NOTIl IED.
Y,,r, Oct. 15. Mrs
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and that
McConnell
Marion,
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DEMOCRATIC RALLY
BROUGHTBIliCROWD
of the
bet Albcn W. Barkley And
erril Hon. Gibney Oscar Letcher
Delivered Speeches,
en to CI leaving hr
tram before midnight
a
t Letcher and Barkley
wound is n"t believed i iika t
peaking in Marion. M inday,
was ccrtainiv satistactorv in every
way. The snnouncemnt thut
Noi SERIOUSLY INJURED. tbe grf old DemocraUc doctrine
Milwsukee, Wis.. Oct 15. for which the hearts of the
The Dositive statement thstCoLDu art. athirst. weald be ex-1
i
will
Service again
T JtRE are overcoats that will give many
I a Winter's wear. That's because the
foundation is right all wool, thorough
ly shrunk fabric; and because these suits and
overcoats are Hand-tailored into shape
permanency.
They are the famous Kirschbaum
clothes, and we have them at popular
$10 to $18.
Overcoats, $10 to $18.
in assortments of patterns and models to meet evtry
man's taste The lamous
Kirschbaum Specials at $15, $20, $25
are made from the highest cosi cloth put into any clothes
sold at these prices.
II yon covet absolute leadership and have the nerve-to
wear a style a year in advance of the average man, we
have it for you in our special models of
UlRSCHBAUM
I Yy
M .. w r .
Sf ( SI I
aifcOic
CLOTHES
"Yungfelo" ityles arc inspired by the surliest drcspors in
America. Tl.,v iirc mad' in the "YonngMen'a" departnipnt of
the Kirschbaum factory by young men's tailors, and have an individuality
rot possessed by any other ready-made clothes produced
n America. Whatever style yo'i choose conservative or ultra.
the Kirschbaum label on the clothes, guarantees all-wool and hand
tailoring.
&
s
Nunn
Kentucky,
listeners had ever heard and by
hiscleareluci lati n gained many
votes for the I lemocratic party.
All in all it wai a booeful
i m 1 1 ..! i IT-.- l.-.... , !......, . 1
pounaeu irom we imsuni; uimt rnu i. ins, u wen
traded the largest crowd that known and much loved man who
has been seen oe the atreeti here hse lived in the county for almost
for twelve months and the opera j I half century, passed to his
where the speaking took 'ward Tuesday October 15th,
place was crowded to its utmost. I W12, at ;? o'clock In the morning.
Mr. Letcher spoke Bret and Had he lived until Dec. 27th.
WSS given close attention and his 'next, he would have passed the
speech was enthusiastically re-(three-fourths century mark,
Ceived. It was his first appear-1 seventv five years.
ance in Marion and we predict he He was born in Smith county
.. ;il I... In il.mvlml Ii il. I ii. i li'll I .
miuniiiin. v. m .-, ...,., i
alter
. ,i tiy
evidently ly in the future. Judge I Jar K ley,
alwaya a prime ravonte nere
since hi.s first visit, has gained in
l the popularity eacn inn" ue raw
Mrs come hack and Monday he made
many ne v ari .ai in
i ' . , 1 1 . . . i . . ,i
s announced menu, neexpiameu i ie i u u
in re clearly than many ol h i
Tenn . in 1837. H
by his wife, Mrs. Psulina E.
I nd seven children, five sons:
W G.: U. S.; and 1. P. of this
county, the latter of whom lived
with him, B. 0., of Washington
pi
$ttb$Vt&
he ftrillmbm
VOL. XXXV MARION. CRITTKNDEN COUNTY. KV.. THURSDAY MORNING. OCT. 17. 1912. NO. 16.
ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE ROOSEVELT BssgsaaBBl ISBBBW r --
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iT7 wm wenr
BORIS Up
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rasa
Kirschbaum Clothes.
2JP
IllMl MliQHtl)
Ctpyngkl, iqit. A. B. Kinckbaum Oii,
Neckwear
Positively the
latest things
25c and 50c
I
Mrs. Wm. Massey. of this city.
Three other children av dead.
Four sisters survive him. Mes-
dames Nancy Young, of this city.
pleasant crowd at d the n usic i 1 Polly and Sallie Hunt and .Joseph
the murmur leson th Wilso i, of the count. .
atreet was a prelu the
mony of fl ine min? a
tration i od ow U iNon.
REV. W. F. PARIS
The Last of The Paris Brothers
Passes Away Four
Sisters Survive.
1 1 had i. 'ii a member of
P it Hill Baptist chun h for
main years.
The interment was at the
Paris cemetery on the P ''nev
Fork road Tuesday afternoon at
:; o'clock, Rev. John A. Hunt
offl iting.
Woader Will Woodrow
Wilson Win?
We will wager wealth Wood-row
Wilson wins. With Woodrow
ilson we will win. Wash-in
trton will welcome Woodrow
Wilson when Woodrow Wilson
wins. Wise, worthy Woodrow
Wilson will wear well. Wood-row
Wilson will work world's
welfare. Wars will wane, wealth
will widen wonderously. We
is lurvived will witness Woodrow Wilson's
wide wisdom when Woodrow
Wilson wins. We will wave
white woven wreaths, will welcome
with wassail, when Wood-
ite and T. U.. of Caldwell row w uaon waias witntn wssav
unty, and two daughters, Mrs. innton' ; wide white waya,
Lewis James, of the county and Hustler.
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