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before the noon hour had arrived
11 of her family, who were with
in reach, were present
Dinner was served at 12 o'clock
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everyone inea cmcKen, Deei,
fresh pork and ham, but the one
feature of the dinner Was the
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ands of her, who for' three
core years or more, has made
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'VOL. .XXXV MARION. CRITTENDEN COUNTY. KY.. TEJVRSDAY MORNING, NOV. 14. 1912. NO. 20.
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I Mrs. Annie URm Celebrates Ker
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Early Sunday morning Nov,
3rd, the children and grand
children of Mrs. Annie LaRue,
began gathering at her home to
celebrate her 70th birthday, and
The day was very pleasantly
pent. AH the children and
randchildren who live in Ken-
ucky, were present-
The older ones' talked and
lauehed and then talked and
laughed some more and the
youngsters romped and played
s youngsters always do at
andraa's house.
There was but one thing to
mar the happiness of the day,
and that was the thought that
one fJly was unrepresented,
theV of the daughter, Mrs.
v?3artin, who lives at West
Mains, Mo. At dinner oneIace
is" vacant, and all thought of
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Msnea rnut mey ioo, mjgiu uavts
een there.
The children present were Mre.
Lillie Daughtery, Mrs. George
Williams and husband. E. T.1
ranklin and wife. The grand-
jhildren were Mrs. Jno. Vaughn,
md husband, Joe Williams and
Iwife, Mamie Williams, Hollis.
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THE POSTMASTERSHIP.
I just love the Democrats,
I think they are mighty fine,
When they vote for Postmaster,
I hope fhey'll make it mine.
I handle lots of hardware,
Wire fencing, paint and oil,
Jack knives, tin buckets, and
Fertilizers for the soil.
I want to be Postmaster,
Won't you vote for Me?
Dry Goods and Ladies' Wear
Is my long Buit,
I know the business thoroughly
From head to foot.
But, I want to be Postmaster,
Please vole for Me.
I have always held an office,
From Commissioner up and down
You surely would'nt ask me
At my age to lie down,
So I do want the Post Office.
Kindly vote for Me.
I travel on the Railroad
Selling hats and caps,
I'm familiar with rural routes,
I've seen-them on the maps,
I want to be Postmaster.
Won't you vote for Me?
I was County Judge and Sheriff
But that was years ago,
I feel as young as ever'
Though perhaps a little slow, .
I want to -be Post Master
Won't you vote for Me?
In rain and shine I hand out
, The truly rural mail,
-, T' would be mighty pleasant
To quit that muddy trail,
I want to be Postmaster,
Please vote for Me.
Good reads, electric lights,
With the best to v'make a town,
Has been my work for Marion
My politics are sound,
So I want to be Postmaster .
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Won't you vote for Me?
NOTICE TO HUNTERS.
The Wilson Hill farm and
woodlands are posted and no one
is allowed to hunt on same. Trespassers
will be punished.
-Mrs. Effie W. Jenkins. Nov.
f 12, 1912.
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"IRfE have cut the cost of high living as for as good
clothes are concerned. You can secure here the very-finest
of made-to-measure suits or overceats at 5 to 20 per
cent less than you can possibly get through any other
channel. Prool! Call and look over the International Fall
display of styles and fabrics and compare the prices for
yourself. By way of interest see the values we offer at 15
20 and 25 dollars elsewhere they'd cost well judge for
yourself.
C. E. James
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF DRY
CLEANING. PRESSING AND REPAIRING
JAMES & HUFFMAN
Sunday evening, Nov. 3, 1912,
at 7:30. Miss Addie Alvis and
Mr, Ray Daughtrey were marri
L. E, Huffman
ed at the home of the bride's
mother. The ceremony was pronounced
by Rev. Gordon of Marion.
The attendants were Miss
Miles Bracey and Mr. Hollis
MRS. EADY ENTERTAINS.
Mrs. George M. Eady was the
hostess at a 500 party which was
given for Miss Hobson at the
home of Judge Nunn and Mrs.
Nunn, the parents of Mrs. Eady.
The artistic home was bedecked
with yellow chrysanthemums
and the yellow
and blue being the navy colors.
Miss Hazel O'Rear won the
prize. Misses Hobson, Hazel
O'Rear, Nina Visscher,
and Marie Lockett, Annie Hub
bard, Martha Jameson, Hattie'
Scott, Gladys Rodman, Ida Roberts,
Emmie Scott, Williana
Smith. Bertha Scott, Priscilla
Williams, Clara Scott, Nina
Mesdames A. D. Martin,
John D. Carroll, George Macklin
Gayle, Montgomery, Robt.
H. Winn Howard K. Conklin,
William Rogers Clay, A. M.
Nichol, Dyke Hazelrigg and W.
E. Settle enjoyed the game.
Frankfort Correspondent to the
Courier Journal.
Lost-'
Somewhere in
Marion, Last
Tuesday, A pocketbook
containing $31.35 and
chip on Haynes & Taylor,
Gray pocketbook, had a
$20. bill. $10. bill and
a $1. bill, Quarter and a
dime. Finder return to
the Crittenden Record-Press
and get Reward.
Franklin.
Mr. and Ttfrs. Bughtrey come
from two of the best families of
the county and both are young
people of sterling worth and fa
vorites in their community.
Those present besides the
members of the two families
were Misses Etta Nation and Nina
Paris, T. N. Bracey's family
and J. E. Phillips and Dave
Moore.
The "Record-Press joins their
many frisnds in wishing the
young couple a life of hap
piness.
BIG CONFEDERATE
UNVEILING.
Will Take Place At Princeton, Sat.
Nov. 16, at 1 o'clock in The
Court Square.
The dream'of the Tom Johnnnn
Sallie ChaPter U. D. C. has at Jast been
realized m the form of a beautiful
Confederate Monument which
Has recently been erected in
Court Square of Princeton. To
say that it is beautiful is hardly
significant enough; it is artistic
in the extreme. The Charter,
veterns and all friends to the
Confederate cause are thrilled
with civic pride for this one long
sought achievement.
LThe unveiling ceremonies will
take place Saturday, Nov. 16th
at 1:00 p. m. Gen. Bennett H.
Young of Louisville will speak
and a large concourse of visitors
is expected to be inattendance:
among them many prominent
men of the Confederacy. Program
as follows:
1 p. m. Bugle Assembly CalL
Music by Band.
Prayer-Rev. J. M. Gordon.
Song, Old Kentucky Home.
Unveiling of monument by little
Misses Mattie Grace Taylor
and Rebecca Hollingsworth.
Presentation of monument to
city by Miss Loraine Lyon.
Acceptance by Mayor John C.
Gates, on behalf of city.
Song, Dixie.
Master of Ceremonifes Mr
Alvin Richey.
Address Gen. Bennett BL
Young.
Music- by Band.
Singing, God be With You Till
We Meet Again.
Benediction Rev. Anthony.
The business people of Prince
ton have agreed to close their
places of business during the
unveiling ceremonies. Princeton
Leader.
GREAT SAVING TO Y00!
In Ladies Suits and Cloaks
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This season's sale on Suits and Cloaks has been very satisfactory
with us and though our stock yet contains many choice selections, we have
decided to close them out. Now this is not merely an advertisement, but
a real fact for we are DETERMINED the New Year shall find us with every
cloak disposed of even though it be at a sacrifice to us. Thus a rare opportunity
for you.
We sell only the bst sort of shoes, qualities so extraordU
narly good that when you buy one pair, we are sure of your future
oatrohaffe, so bring your feet to us, After you once wear Star
KmS shoes you'll find that STAR BRAND ' SHOES ARE BETTER.
Wp rail vnnr attention to some of the Winter necessities in the
wsofrgbo"di torn aniflceffce'd'hosc,
itefetjc1 owns and ight shirts, cotton and wool blankets
and jedmfort.
CARNAHAN BROTHERS & DODGE,
Men When You Suit
Yourself Study Quality
As Well As Price.
plain and fancy blue srgs, also
latest patterns In fancy worsttds. -
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