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e Many Advantages Offered By This Store Until You Try Us Sfc
We might tell you a lot of reasons why you would like to trade here, but you can learn more about the advantages here
offered by an inspection of our goods than we could tell you in a whole page ad. We sell almost everything that people wear
IT'S A GOOD PLAN
to make comparisons before
buying your suit or overcoat
WHETHER FOR $6 OR
$16.50 OR SOME PRICE
You'll find what you want
at the price you want to pay
We suggest this plan because
we are quite positive'that you
will choose from us. We are
not afraid of the results.
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Attend Henderson Business Colk'EC.
Miss Elizabeth Johnson has
returned from an extended visit
to Marion. Ohio.
Roy Woody lias secured a position
at Elkins, W. Va., and has
gone there with his family to
Miss Julia Collins, of Wheat-croft,
Ky., is the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Walter , Guess, on
Mrs. Willie T. James and Mrs.
Wesley Barker, of Paducah, are
guests of Mrs. J. B. Eughes on
east Bellville street.
Mrs. Mollie L. Ledbetter went
over to Marion, Ky., Wednesday
to visit her folks, she will probably
be gone for two months.
Hardin Independent, E'town, 111.
Among the jurors summoned
for service in the Federal Court
at Paducah which convened last
Monday were W. L. Adams, A.
L. Baker, G. G. Baker, Geo. T.
Belt and John Campbell.
Reduced pricer on guaranteed
Mrs. H. D. Wolford and Miss
Katie Mitchell of Salem, were in
Marion, Monday, the guests tf
Mrs. H. F. Morris. While heie
Mrs. Wolford registered as a
subscriber for the Record-Press.
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
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We've something in store
for you and it's a suit or
overcoat. The real "Snap"
kind that's good and the
price is E-A-S-Y.
S1.50 to $7.50 in suits.
1 i?2.50 to $12.50 in overcoats:
F. W. Nunn.
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Mrs. Maggie Terry, Miss Ada
Terry and little Miss Ilene Icay
returned Sunday morning fioin
a pleasant visit to relatives at
Misses Lora Johnson and Nelle
Sutherland went to Caldwell
Springs Saturday evening to be
the guests of Mrs. Rose Mayes.
They returned Monday Morning.
B. F. Walker has purchased
of Roy Gilbert, his residence in
the western part of the city, and ,
has moved to it. We welcome '
Mr. Walker and his estimable'
I wife as citizens of Marion.
J. S. G. Green has been selected
as sexton of the New Cemetery
for next year. His services
have been entirely satisfactory!
to the public, and the Cemetery
Committee this year. He
tajnly has everything out there ,
in apple pie order.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ward are
guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Olive on lower Main street. Mr.
Ward, who makes a business of
getting out special editions 0f
newspapers, has a deal on foot
at Hopkinsville for a special
That remarkable Year Book on
Storms, Weather, Earthquakes
and Astronomy, The Rev. Irl R.
Hicks Almanac for 1913, the
finest and best ever issued, is
now ready. Send only 35c to
Word and Works Publishing Co.,
3401 Franklin Ave., St. Louis,
Mo., and you will receive a copy
prepaid, also one copy of The
Rev. Irl R Hicks Magazine,
Word and Works.
3 large boxes of matches,
lOcts. Wilborn's Grocery.
Rev. James F. Price has just
closed a meeting at Mt. Moriah
church in Sumner county, Term.
It was a great revival among
the Christian people. They
claim it is one of the best revivals
they have had in years.
There were eight professions
and four additions to the church.
Mr. Price will go to Antioch this
week to hold a Sunday School Institute.
Antioch is in McLean
county, near Calhoun.
The Record-Press will be mailed
free till Christmas to all subscribers
of the Marion News who
had paid for the latter till that
date. All subscribers who renew
for next year, 1913, this
month, willreciove Hick's Almanac'
free, which sells tor 35cts.
Soaks and Smits
We have a good assortment of bizes and
patterns and we intend to close out the entire
lot in the next thirty days so come first
and get choice.
Our line of Rugs while house-cleaning.
We'll save you money.
Mack Hill, son of W. J. Hill,
who left this county twenty
years ago and since which time
had made his home in Missouri,
was accidentally shot -and instantly
killed, Tuesday, Nov. 11,
near his home.
He and some neighbors composed
a hunting party, and
ing the day's hunt, the party be-
came weary and sat down to
TO THE DEMOCRATIC
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rest. The unfortunate man sat
down on a rock and rested his
gun near by, when the gun fell
'and was discharged, the load
tering Mr. Hill's side, which re-
suited in instant death.
I The deceased was born and
I raised in this county, and was
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a- consistent member of the
Church. He leaves, besides a
wife, six children, an aged father
and mother, one sister, Mrs.
VOTERS OF THE
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The grand old Democratic party has won a great victory.
Wilson and Marshall will be inaugurated President and Vice President
on the 4th of next March, and in due time a Democrat will
be appointed Postmaster at Marion. The Hon. 0. M. James, our
Senator-elect, wants to endorse the choice of the Democrats
of his hm ti.vn f3. thh appointraant, and the Democratic
voters of these five precincts will be given a chance to express
their choice. An election will be called, the chairman of the
Democratic Committee will hold this election, and td you, the
democratic voters, I take this means of announcing that I am a
candidate for this important and responsible office believing I can
give you acceptable service. I don't claim that the party owes me
much, I have, in an humble way, tried to be faithful to my party
and my friends; voting, working and giving; voting always for
our standard bearers, working for party, success and giving my
mite in furnishing the necessary means to pay her expenses, And
now I do mostarnestly ask your" vote. I have voted straight for
35 years, and this is my first time to ask any favors at your hands.
I promise if you elect me and I get the appointment, to give you
and the whole people the very best service possible. I can't win
unless my friends give me their help, and I urge you to get out
and do what you can to help me and I will appreciate it more than
words can express. Very Respectfully,
G. C. GRAY.
To irftnir or crnBiMfra a H
And Not Insure It; Is to Hook and
Land An Eel and Not Secure It!
Now is the time to make
your selection for
The Home may as quickly slip away by fire by night,
by day. ' It has happened. It may happen. BE t
PREPARED when it does happen.
BOURLAND & HAYNES
Fire and Casualty Insurance
TELEPHONE 32 MARION, KY.
We have an extra nice line
and we know we have a
very low price on them,
Ask to see them.
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? All Work Guaranteed
Simple truths plainly told, is
our method of selling shoes
whether for Men, Women or
Children. If you want them
heavy, light or medium, we
have them, and the best part
for you they are for sale.
SOME SPECIAL LOTS
to close at special prices.
Some of the famous "Red
School House" is included.
Come quick while the sizes
i Gas and Somnoform used for A
pmvt pcc iYTrMrrinv '
W. T. Oakley, two brothers, Jae.
and Elbert Hill, both of the west.
Funeral and interrment took
place near his home at Topaz,
Thursday morning. Nov. 2Sth,
Thanksgiving Services will be
held in the Methodist church at
10:30o'clock. Rev. Wallace Cli ft
will preach the sermon.
Fall Term Circuit Court
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never can be accomplished without
the aid of the foremost citizens
of such a district for while
the ordinary citizen is a truthful
man, he is certainly an Ananias
when it comes to giving the
name of the man from whom lie
purchased a bottle of whiskey."
Much emphasis was laid upon
the axiom that the be t governed
countries are those which are
governed the least and this idea
was given to the Grand Jury
coupled with the advice that we
should all strive for the comfort
and happiness of each other and
not to foment trouble but to pro-vent
it, and in this the Grand
Jury can be of magnificent service."
The twelve Grand Jurors
are certainly typical examples of
true ,men, fine intellectual
ices, all of them careful and at
tentive listeners, they will be an
honor and of service to Crittenden
Til THE DEMOCRATIC
OF MARION AND VICINITY
To the Democratic voters and
to my friends of the 5 Marion
Voting Precincts, I take this
method of announcing my candidacy
for the Office of Postmaster
jat the Marion Post Office and
j humbly ask you as a friend and
one of you to please consider my
candidacy and extend to me your
'support and influence according
to your confidence in my worthiness
j I fully appreciate the fact that
, I am asking a great deal of you
in asking-for your support for
j this office and especially at this
I time when manyof you doubt-lass
have other vfriends that
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would like to have your help ai d
under other conditions I would
not want or try to presume on
your friendship, but being disabled
from doing farm work or
any other kind of manual labor,
I am forced to hunt some o.ther
kind of work to make a living for
nivself and family and beg to assure
you that no one would
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of the trust than I and if you see
fit to elect me as your choice for
this office, I promise you that
mv appreciation shall be proven
by a faithful performance of the
service you demand.
-M. 0. ESKEW.
Post Office Contest.
Tne candidates tor the Marion
Post Office have, at the suggestion
of Senator-elect 0. M. James
decided to submit their claims to
the Democrats voters of the 5
Marion precincts, in a primary to
be held the 3rd Saturday in January
in P S. Maxwell's office in
court house yard. The officers
will be Senator P. S. Maxwell.
J, 1. Clement. G. W. Cruce and
Anthony Murphey. The vote
will be bv secrpt ballot and the
positions on the ballot will be
chosen by lot. AM known democratic
voters and those wh will
be voters in Nov. 1913 w it i- '
lowed to vote. As it has ueen
two'decades d a- -Democratic
p istmaster, the people
should avail tbemse' s of
the opportunity now offered to
select their own pos':m A
full vote and a wise feelc him will
no doubt be made. A. M. Hear-in
was the last denucratif postmaster.
R. C. Walker the
first appointed by Umver Cleveland
during his first term wmch
began March 4. 1885. Judge
Hearin was appointed l i'. eve-land
during his second turn
which began March 4, 1S93.
Duncan Givens Wins
( ircuit Judgeship.
Evansyille, Ind., Nov. 18.
The Democratic county ticket
swept Vanderburg county by a
plurality of about 2,000. Duncan
Givens, formerly of Webster
county, Ky., was elected circuit
judge on the Democratic ticket.
He is a brother of C. C. Givens,
editor of the Henderson Gleaner.
I IHfcCllY BAKBEK SHOP
J. Blanton Wipgins
Hot Sterilized Towels with each
HOT AND COLD BATHS
Everything Neat and Clean.
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