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Cat IVIai O There will a Pemocratic fcally in Marion. There will be Qaxpak
oat liUw bm jf; ;y joi. 0. IV2. JaiftC5 end others. Everybody Come OJJvCarV
I ,! in Favor of Their
!u'bandi According to New
Kulmg oi Insurance Cot.
rriage fee the woman who
i mom or property of her
a risky propositton i
in l WgOf of loHinir I
I'hat ii the attitude whirl,
i. taKOU ! praetieall.
i of the c'liritry. I ii-
hoot property cannot
r lift in fav r of h I
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the hand of
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p N .iivn vs ho wieh
Handsomc New Gate at Cemetery.
Tl ntrai i and drivi i ay to
i ho New Marion Cemetery l -been
adorned by th en ction of
two aubatantinl concrete poataor
pillars to support the irate which
has bei n cal cd tl e This
adds much to tin- appma anee
aad com i : ieneeof the I lemetery
at,. I wax pre I to the !en -"
bj K. I. Hay
waul ca hier ol the Parmera
Bank, of tins city,
Rcsolulimis of Respect.
dan. ' ( ) 1!.
r Hen : . in His
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f i G less,
Coming ! ! !
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Much Trouble Done A . y With.
Pension Vouchers Not Needed.
Uncle S tm'i p rrsionera
t ived notice! from the Pea
ion department at Washington,
; dviaing tin in that after the ftral
of the year, ami in accordance
with tin- new pension law, there
would no looter be the neeeaajty
of having their vouchers cut
ad I . notari I public or hv covn
t) officers. ; he) are informed
that OUchi t 0 ill I e entirely
done iwaj with and tl at when
the nw lav goei into effect
their checks will be at t din
from the de irtmeni at Wash-ton.
VOL. WW MARION. CMTTBNDBN OCT. 24. 1912.
COUNTY. KY THL'KNDAY MORNING. NO. 17.
ict. 28 to Nov. 2.
All &?.$ Preferable
Bids War.ted for Letting of
Poor House on November 1.
We the undersigned commit'
tee will receive sealed bida on
Nov. 1. lor keeping the
en county poor house for 1913.
Persons desiring tu bid on same
will semi in sealed bids on or before
raid Hate. Bidders required
to furnish names of bondsmen
with bid. The contract will
be lt for keepings feeding and
caring for paupers and nursing
same in case of sickness and
doing Washing and sewing for
J. W. Blue.
Jutui A. Moore,
? and SUITS
in will be uerg t'.IUAr OCT.. 25
tit i, ini of Cloak oi.rj Suits cind svill he
prepared to supply your needs, also to deliver the
goods that d j .
CarntfhtHi bios. & Dodge.
Notice to Sunday chool Superintendents
of Crittenden Co.
. v I t
lend a delegate ' to the On account of bad health, I
icah St.tir Convention, Oct will offer my entire stock at cost.
t" Nov. let. Encourage Velvets, Silks. Cloaks. Skirts,
me one to tfo. and bi st line Millinery shown in
K. II. PRANKS, Marion.
intj Sunday School President. I Lottie Tineley Tern.
Olive & Walkei
Marion Brtlai (oHuildup NsshviM''
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Haynes
have located in Nashville where
I Mr. Haynes is president and
general manager of the Haynes
1 Manufacturing Co., which com-
' pany occupies the new Haynes
$40,000.00. three-story brick
building Marion lost an enter-
' prise of no mean proportions
j when this company on account
of shipping facilities moved to
i ( ' "
y -- ."
I i .. V J
The Corset that don't
rust, we have them to
fit any form, carried in
stock $1. to $2. Will order
Special from $1. to
$10. Sold by
Taylor & Cannan
VISITS 0L0 HOME
Given A Rousing Welcome Delivered
a Good Speech in the
Opera House Last Monday
Monday October 21st when E.
! T. Franks of Owenshoro address
ed the voters of Marion and
Crittenden county he was listened
to attentively by a large audience,
the Opera House being
I WO 1 I tilled. Mr. Fran k s
who is a former citizen of Marion
is popular here and is
I nized as one of the best speakers
in the Republican party. He
devoted much time, to the :'Bull-
mooaetV1 and argued with them
to "come back" into the stand
pat columns, but not one word
of abuse did he have for them.
As is his custom he interspersed
many amusing and catchy anecdotes
and jokes into his s: eh
which from a "stand pat stand
point" was a good and logical
. Mr. Franks went fi'om
here to Paducah where he spoke
llOndj night. He has delivered
Several speeches in the Ky. Purchase
J D. Farris the Salem ex-merchant
is now under treatment at
Dr. Pope's Sanitarium in Louisville,
He has bad a partial
oarallysis for several months
and hopes now to be permanently
benefitted. Dr. Pope is one
of the most noted specialists in
this section of the United States.
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