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Marion, K, Nov. 21, 1912.
S. M. JfiNKINS.
Editor and Publishes
VntAMml no awiwt nlnaa mattAf PoK,
ruary 9ih 187S at th jostoflieo nt
Marion, Kentucky, vmiW the Act ot
Confrres of Match 3. 1877.
$1.00 per year.
A Islington dispatch says
W. J. ISfjan will be i he premier
of the npw administration, He
has been offered and has nt..
cepted the state port folio, and
will be the Secretary of State
after March 4th, next
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'AGE FOUR .THE CKITTE&DEN HJvj2J191Jg.
C an Nov. Sale ARE YOU
Special Bargains all Through the Store particularly interested in
WOOL DRESS GOODS SILKS DRY GOODS
DRESS TRIMMINGS ALLOER BRAI 8
SPECIAL S5LK .BARGAIN
75c. Silks ALL COLORS Silks SOcts wy
at money saving prices. Lots of now stylish
Suits, all new Cloth, new styles, and the kind
that will fit. We save you $2.50 to $7.50
on a suit.
New Coats for
where you get
T'r numerous candidates fjr
th- nomination for appointment
lo tne fost Aiastet s position in
this city are each and everyone
full of et thusiiism. A decade,
ago these candidates would
urallv have been full of
asm and other things, mos ly the
latter. The change it noticeable ,
as wll as appreciated and we
wish they all could have their de
Tt is on the street
that l)i. Moore of this city has
sold his stojk in the Citizens'
'National Insurance Company of!
Louisvilh, to the Gregory
tion. the same informant tells,
us that Mr. Lamb of Greenville.
, who also owned a considerable
! bIok of the same stock has pass-
e j it over 10 cms nusuer,
iiv, ot course in both cases for a
I fa'r and proper consideration.
XE have cut th; coat of high living as for as good
clothes aie concc ned. You can secure here the very
finest of made-to-measure suits or overceats at 5 to 20 pel
cent than you can possibly get through any other
c'lannel. 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
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF DRY
CLEANING. PRESSING AND REPAIRING
C, E. James L. E. Huffman
JAMES & HUFFMAN
Misses. '3. L--
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Ladie s imd
The Board of Health.
The citizens of Marion have
cause to congratulate themselves
"', w7fV " V
dUlon ot the streets and alleys
of the city. They owe much to
the watchful care of Dr. Frazier.
Hhn modioli thphnnvd.
The prompt action last week in
, closing our public schools as well
las requesting the omission of
j public meetings where consider-
able numbers of people would
inaLurRllv fnnm pirate, on account
of one or more cases of that
frightfully malignant disease,
diptheria, is certainly commend
aoie ana tne tnanus or our peo
pie are'due the Board of Health.
It requires considerable courage
nowadays to carry out the com-
monsense maxim that "prevention
is better than cure," for after
all the life of a little child is
of far more value than all the
assemblies of the county.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS.
Have you overworked your nervous
system and caused trouble with your
kidneys and bladder? Have pains in
loins, side, back nnd bladder? Have
you u flabby appearance of the face,
and under the eves? A frequent desire
to pass urine? If bo, Williams'
Kidney F1II3 will cure you Druggist
Price 50 cents. -Williams M'f'g.. Co.,
Clevelano", Ohio. Sold only by J. H.
Orme, Marion, Kv
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock, Nov. 13th, Samuel Towery
and Miss Zilpha Travis, of
the Shady Gro"e section, drove
up to Rev. W. T. Oakley's residence
and were united in marriage
by that affable gentleman.
They were attended by Owen
Towery, a brother of the groom,
and his wife, who is a sister of
The young couple are popular
in their home community and
ara connected to some of the
county's best families.
The Crittenden Record-Press
extends congratulations, wishes
them a happy journey through
Corn Wanted. -
Will pay 50cts., per bushel for
merchantable white shucked
corn delivered at the mill. Bring
on your corn while we are paying
Marion Milling Co., Inc.
Convened at Madisonville with
500 messengers from 77 Associations.
Reports show that during
last year, .81 houses of
ship have been erected in
this State. There are more than
230,000 Bantists, who are mem -
hers of 1,800 churches. Truly
the Baptists are among the most
progressive or evangelical
Ti.. 'p , 1 " C'i" ii' ! 1 ' ' ttfon of
llio 1 t.. a f!l ' .in r iUs so pul
tojPli.i , .Iti'!'"' lost f v yeirs
was 1 t 1 ) 1 : .'ibli lir a n'eai
inanv : u ' . 1 H a loral
dlst. 'f . 11 -Ibert lical r m i ot, an J
by cona ' 1.3 it 1 '-o:l
treatnip ,1 't ' . M-
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coiict.ii' 1 iri " .1" i'n Catarrh
Cure, hrC n 1 b" '"' .T rin tv fz
Co,. T l'j, OMf, In t D o i v i
n t'.o mar'.rt. It Is tulion In
ornnllv In - f. 10 ilrons to a toa
spoonful. It r"ta d!rwtlv on tbe blooil
anil mucous rtrfnecs t a systpm. TIipv
fcr nno luuulrpil 'or nny rs" It
fii'n m ruro, Send for circulars anil testimonials.
Address: 1'. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Fol !- 7fo.
Tako nail's Famllr rills for constipation.
Zinc And Lead Production.
Advance reports of the United
states ueoiogicai survey snow
that the production of Zinc for,
the year 1311 amounted to 271,-
621 short tons, of which the Ma-'
rion, Ky., District furnished .08
of one per cent of the total. The
tonage of Lead smelted amount-
ed to 406,148 short tons, the,
Kentucky output not being given.
is attaining considerable
tion as a zinc ore proaucer. une
of the strongest features being
the output and shipment to a,
Kansas smelter of something
over 500. short tons of zinc
blende from the Eclipse Mining '
Co., under the direct charge of
Mr. White. This ore averaged .
the new fashions for men?
If so, you'll appreciate the perfection of
our stock this season.
If you give little thought to dress, come here
anyway, where the thinking hasall been
done for you. You'll save time and get correct
clothes at minimum trouble-maximum
quality at minimum exper. c,
New Suits, New Overcoats, New Hats, New
Shirts, New Weckwear, Mew Gloves, New
Socks, New everything for you to wear.
Our store more than ever deserves its
slogan of "The best values for the least
money." It will be a good thing for your
appearance and a goon thing for your
pocket book, when you come here to see
and try on the new things.
a value of 58.00 per net ton. 'at 8 o'clock Sunday morning will
Mr. White's method of cleaning announce the fact to the public,
or concentrating this product i
was die ordinary Joplin jig li,,..!. t ,
, Independent lobacco Growers.
w u r iuvcia.
which gave an average of 57 per
cent of mftallic zinc, 60 per cent, The independent tobacco grow-being
the basis upon which this , rs of Crittenden county and adore
is purchased by the Smelting Joining counties are requested to
companies. This especial ship- meet at the court house in
ore carried about one!00' Ky., on Saturday, Nov. 30.
per cent of Fluor Spar which was
not objectionable in smelting or
rather distillation of the zinc,
The Mann mine near Lola, Ky.,
located near the Ohio river, produced
a thousand or more tons
of carbonate of zinc which the
Grasselli Chemical Co., put into
oxide of zinc at their Clarks-burgh,
WT, Va., plant, the value
of this class of ore loaded in cars
at Marion averaged $30.00 per
short ton. Carbonate of zinc
will not run much above 40 per
cent in metallic zinc and is sold
accordingly. The Miller mine is
another producer of zinc carbonate
and probably a few hundred
tons were he result of intermittent
mining on that property.
The coming season the output of
zinc will bemultipledmany times
over any tormer years. A vein
of very high grade zinc blende'
mSEL 2SOS&ESHBS8Sa (SS
, will be mined at Camville, Ky.,
' on the Ohio river. This vein has
, been uncovered for perhaps 120
j feet and shows an exceedingly
uniform ore of some 42 per c3ni.
in addition totnese newopjmnirs
Mr. Edward Keyser, of Luuis-
jville, will ship-carbonate ot zinc
from the Wilson farm purchase,
better known as the Crittenden
Notice To The Public.
Some time ago I published a
notice ox the "New Road Law."
There are some who have not
paid much attention to same. 1
wish to draw special attention to
that part that makes it a misde
meanor for any one who use on
public road, not covered with
ice, a vehicle with a chained
i Wheel. Unless trip snmf rezt nnnn
an ;ce sh0fi lnt iv ?noi,OQ
wfde, and shall be fined no more
than five dollars. Also that part
0f section 71 that provides that
any person, who shall ride or
drive on or over a bridge faster
tnan a walk, shall be fined $5.00.
Co.,' Road Engineer.
PrfiaCllillg SllPdOy MOMillg
at All The Churches..
Services will be resnmpil nf nil
the churches- in the city next
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
and in the evening at 7 o'clock
If it is decided to resume Sunday
flnhnni th .,,. t u k.h
1912, at 1 o'clock p. m. to discuss
,e tojpccQ situation, and dev's
J TO THE DEMOCRATS
J Of The Five Marion Precincts,
YOU WILL SOON BE CALLED UPON TO
NAME IN A STRAIGHT WAY YOUR CHOICE FOR
POSTMASTER OF T.HIS CITY.
I ASK YOUR SUPPORT, YOUR VOTES (
n.nu iuuk UUOU WILL. I HAVE GROWN UP
AMONG YOU, SHARED YOUR JOYS AND YOUR
SORROWS. I WOULD LIKE THIS POSITION AS
PbSTMASTER AND I ASSURE YOU THAT IF I
RECEIVE THE APPOINTMENT YOU WILL HAVE
GOOD SERVICE, AND A MODEL POSTOFFICE. .
JOHN W. WILSON.
kJj V&Jst iJTra - o -ot:
I Ml) iT
i 12 "
aei B e mar e
As Cold WlnWs Closing in,
Than the Music of the Coal. '
As It's Dumped Into Your Bin--Th
Clatter ar.d.tbe Patter
Of the Coal in
See That You Hear It!
FILL UP YOURBINS!
J. D. EASLEV. MARION, KY,
means to sell and market the 1912
crop of tobacco.
This is of the utmost importance
to all independent tobacco
growers, and it is specially requested
that al 1 indererricnt
growers atte r.d this meeting.
By order of Committee.'
News are a little.. scarco.Mhis
week. It has been so cold,
nobodv is stirring.
Quite a number from here went
to Marion Monday, it being
Countv Court day.
Ind., Tuesday hunting
Frank Robinson, W. H. Black
and Levi Steele shipped some
stock to Eans die Satuav.
Uncle Geo. WiSOn spent Thursday
with Dink Sturgeon.
Mrs. J. W. Bennett returned
home from Sturgis Wednesday.
Quite a number of drummers
wpre in town this week.
R. C. Hill went to Evansville
on husiness Wednesday.
Unclp Geo. Wilson was brought
to Sunday School Sunday in hisv
wheel chair. Peach Blossom
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