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full line of Shirts, Collars, Ties,
Scarfs, Suspenders, Ladies and Gents
Handkerchiefs, Belts. Hand Bags, Wide
and Narrow Ruching.
MORE NEW HATS.
If you want the newest creation In
"Hatdom" see our line. We have them.
Cleaning and promng up stair, J
over our store. Shaw, Davis & Co. '
Leslie Melton has nrrived home
ftom the Illinois StateUnivorsity at
Champaign, where ho is a student
and will remain a couple of weeks.
Grav Rochester and Virgil Moore,
Maiion's two representatives' at the
State College, are expected home
tomorrow to spend tin: holidays with
their relatives hero.
Miss Nolle Williams, a Providence
beauty, nrrived last week to spend
the holidays with her sister, Mrs,
Gugcnheim, comer of Main street
and Wilson avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Coopor went
to Frcdonia Sunday to pay thoir respects
to a new arrival in the family
of Mrs, Cooper's brother, Johnson
Cridcr. Ilopkiusville Kcutuckian.
Rev. Martin K. Millor received in
to the church by baptism 10
Monday night, and by letter five
Sunday night, making a total of
about !iO additions since the meeting
began, and it is still going on.
THE OX IN THE DITCH
Expensive Machinery Installed by
Marlon Electric Light Co.
A force of hands were engaged in
instating a now commutator and doing
other work on tho dynamo shaft at
tho power house Sunday and were
kept busy until dark before being
ablo to put on tho current.- Tho
old comroucator uavo down under tho
heavy load Saturday night and 'twas
with troublo tho lights woro kopt
A Mixture ot Extremities.
Little Hoy was to be sont to his
grand.mother'snn an errand, and was
looking around for his hat, but failed
to find it readily. As grandmother
lived just in tho next yard,
Roy's mother said: "oh never mind
Wherenpon Hoy paid: " W h y
shall I go to grandma's with my head
.Tho January Delineator.
F. W. NUNN
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Marion, - Kentucky
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SILVER DOLLARS FREE!
S( With each purchase of $1 .OO or paid on account, we give you a TIME CARD which has a g
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SILVER DOLLARS, as follows: $3. OO will be given away every Thursday at 3:00 2
p. m., commencing January 7, 1909 and closing March 25, 1909. The person holding
the card with the nearest exact time the Clock Stops will be given S3.00. Same
card good for each unveiling of the clock.
S "It's an III wind that
We are over-stocked
Overcoats and Extra Pants. Now is
.S) your chance to get Extra Values in
;) Clothing for we intend to close out all
C Winter Weight, in prices that will look
JS mighty good to you. Don't wait until
5 nc DSt patterns are gone.
Only a few Ladies Cloaks left, but
they must be closed out. So If you
want a real bargain, come at once.
Carpets, Druggets, Rugs
blankets, and Curtains,
Lace Curtains and Window
K. V. Nunn.dontHt, l'ro Huililin
Wo will accept ati) thing a farmer
ha to coll o" past-due subicriptions.
Soldon Ilugho, of the
foroo, will spoud the holidays
with roUlivor. in I'aducah.
Lester Torry anil family nni preparing
to niovu into tliuir now home
in the northern part of county.
M. (J. Southurland returned from
Illinois last week to upend the
with hin paront here.
Watson Itico in building a good
house on his farm two milo south of
the city, on the Frddonia road.
II A II II ITS WANTKI). .1. II.
Orihhow PnonuoK Uompa.vv,
Kcv. Knight, after rendering val
icnt service in the meeting being
held at the Ilaptidt church, left for
bio home in Morganficld Saturday
Several hundred of our
tions were taken on a special offer
'expiring January 1, and if not
newed, this will bo t ho last papor
that will be sent on that offer.
FOIl RKN'T. A Iiouho on cast
Depot Htrcct with four room. Apply
to Hush Stephenson, Marion,
Ky.. or W. It. Gibbs, Sheridan, Ky
P. II. Croft and wife, of Tolu,
wcro in tho city Monday enrouto to
Kvansvillo. Mr. Croft bears the
distinction of being Crittenden county's
wealthiest citixon and largest
Congressman 0. M. James arrived.1
Moiday afternoon from Washington
and will spend tho holidays at homo,
Mrs. James met him at Louisville
and returned with him.
9. ). Hubbard and family, who
have been living at Hereford, Texas.,
for the past year or two, havo re-toned
hero and will make this community
Tho Marion Kleotrio Light & Ice
Co., in putting in a thorough system
of lights at the Jarvis factory, in
ftioo, engine room, elovator shaft,
Htenming room and faotory, a total
of 30 incondsccnt lights,
Ja W. Hluo and son, John Willi
an, and Wilson Woods, woro in
Kvansvillo last wook looking for old
Santa clause They mado arrangements
with him to come by hero noxt
T. J. Yandnll. cashier of tho Marion
Hank, was in Lnuisvillo this
wook. Ho went to moot his daughter,
Miss Mabel, who was roturning
from Sayro institute, whoro ho is
a atudont, to spend Mm holidays at
( m nf flav nr mien on ii. noiwooiine acinic
In Winter Suits
K. W.Nunn, dentist, Press Building
V. II. Jenkins, of the i'airinount
Cml Conpany at Providence, was in
the oily Monday enroute to Memphis
on a business trip.
II, K. Woods wsll leave on a tour
of inspection in tho West noxt week.
He will go as far as Amarillo, 'IYx.
Jako Karris, of Salem, the old reliable
merchant at Sulom for the past
thirty years, was horc this week on
route homo from Kvansvillo.
J. II Grimes, the base ball magnate,
h now living way down south
in the land of cotton and the cane,
at present ,1m is living at Askew,
Ark., near White Hall lauding,
Henry Terry, wife and two children,
of lilodgctt, Mo., arrived last
week and will spend tin holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
H. Finloy, on north Main street,
Mrs. Delia Stevons arrived Saturday
from, Kilo xi, Miss., where she
had been the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Albert Cridor, She will spend
the holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. Kovil.
Miss Madaloin Cooko and little
sister, Julia, will Icavo tomorrow at
noon for C larksvillo Tonn , to spend
Christinas and tho holidays with
thoir mother, Mrs. Frances Miles
Cook. Paducab News-Democrat.
Sheriff Klanary in making out a
list of all proporty tax is not paid on,
which ho will advertisa for salo in
January. If you do not want to
pay cost for advertising you had better
sec him, as ho is forced to settle
up hin outstanding taxes.
Mrs. Nannio M. Clark, her daughter,
Mrs. Mattio Whoolor, son, Floyd
and Ilradburn, and daughter, Miss
Kula. left Monday for Milburn, Okla.,
where thoy will visit Mr. and Mrs.
Usoar K. Gill and Dr. and Mrs. J.
J. Clark. Attornoy W. n. Clark
will aocompany thorn on tho trip,
and will spend some wooks in Oklahoma,
Wo are pleased to learn that W.
R. Cruee, who has had control of tho
National Lead Go's business in New
Orleans for the past soveral yoars,
will return to Cray no, Ky., to locate
pcrmanontW, devoting hin time to
tho management of his Crayoo Viow
Htcok farm, whioh is ono of the ohoioe
locations in our oounty. Mrs, Minnie
Cruco reoently returned from the
W. II. Herrin oanio by first of the
week and deposited subscription duet
in tho editor's "vacant nil " Holm,
moved over and will now take up mid
manage their big farm in Hn Kiwii,
leaving his brother inm y
store across in Konniekv ami .n.
othor psnip over h ( 'r
county farm m M . Mit-;i h'.
tho old Klu'iim liim,t .-1 1 !'
nor- ju I'fi - f m
Cleaning and pressing up staifa,
over our store. Shaw, Davis & Co.
Sole of Dark Tobacco
Six Hundred And Thirty Hogheads
Disposed ot at over
Mayfiold, Ky., Dec. 17 The
largest single pale of tobacco ever
made in Mayficld or the entire dark
tobacco patch was made yesterday by
the Dark Tobncco Aassociation. The
total amount was OHO bogheads at
schedule prices. The purchaser was
New York firm.
Mr. Herman II. Clark and Miss
Zetta Prioo woro united in marriage
Thursday morning, December 17, at
tho residence of the brido's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Prico in
Sheridan. Itev. Thomas C. Carter,
pastor of the Union Baptist churoh,
Tho ceremony was performed at
10 o'clock, after which tho happy
couple left for the homo of tho bridegroom's
parents, Mr, and Mrs. William
M. Clark of the Oak Grovo
neighborhood, where a sumptuous
dinner awaited them and their friends
Mr. Clark has spent tho last year
or two in tho West and roturncd only
a few wcoks ago for his bonny Kentucky
brido, tho sweetheart of his
tnoro youthful days.
Their numerous friends, including
tho Record-Press, offer congratulations.
JAMES F. PRICE.
for the year
No. of miles traveled 8337
' sermons 238
i. leotures 5
i letters written 1410
ii personal visits 493
ii meotings held 11
i professions 139
Attended tho meeting of four
Kentucky Synod, Frankfort;
Tenn.; Bible Conforonoo,
Lebanon. Tonn ; Pastor Evangelist,
Nifhvi'lo, Tenn ; General Assomblv,
C tv Mo Attended two
iiiniit'titr4 of ho Kxecutivo Commit-
L i'sv He. :t
If I V M I I M
1 i. v 'id !I5 hint, besides pain
' z ie. Thnnk the
I ii tins heeu est on
I .i Liiiii. To GoJ
be all the glory.
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buy them once you get more service 5e
and Comfort than you dp when you have J2JJ
bought elsewhere, and vou come again. 9'
and usually bring some one with yoM,
rh.Q Sc uhv
trade continues to grow,
Cleaning and pressing up stairs,
over onr store. Shaw, Davis & Co.
MARION GRADED AND
The Fall Term of the Marion
Graded and High Schools ends Thursday
at noon. Despite tho fact that
school was closed for nearly a month
on account of scarlet fever, the pupils
havo made fair progress with
their work. Christinas celebrations
will bo the order of tho day Thursday
morning in tho lower grades.
Tho Kighth Grade and Hich School
will hold tho second reunion of this
term Wednesday evening.
The Spring Term will open Mon
day, Jan. 4th. A largo number of
pupils arc expected to
enter school at the opening of this
term. It is thought that arrangements
will be completed early in the
coming summer whereby the Marion
High School will bo recognized as
the County High .Sohool, Tuition
will then bo free to all common
school gaaduatcs in Crittcndon county.
Many of the boys and girls id
the country arc anxious to complete
the work of tho Eighth Grade this
spring so that they may be eligible
to ontor the High School next September.
Jodge florin In Maylleld
Judgo Nunn. mombcrof tho Court
of Appeals from this appelate district,
was in the oity today mixing
among the people shaking hands,
and enjoying himself very much.
Whilo tho judgo did not say so, yet
it is expeoted that ho will bo a oan.
didato for Tho Judgo
looks well, and soems to bo enjoying
life. Bis oourt has adjourned
to January 4th, 1909 Mayfiold
TATES IN GIEAT IETITAL
Mr. W. B. Yates, the popular
tinging ovangelist, was in town
on his way from Kansas City,
Mo., to his home in Sheridan. Be
han just spent two weeks or more in
the above-named oity a great revival
meeting at Oak Burst M. E. churoh,
held by himself and Evangelist J. B.
Cantrell, who did the preaching.
More than 170 conversions and
many additions to the ohuroh, a
stirring up of tha dry bones
thorcabouts and an awakening of
religious interest were some of the
results of tho mootfng.
Mr. Yates will remain at home
until after tho holidays.
"Where do you get eggs?" In
quired small Jimmy.
"You don't got 'em lions lay'.'em"
replied his sister, a year and a half
"Thoy don't neither; they prow,
the seed eutnloi: says
so now!" Tho Juuuary Delineator.
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IUI mo, iwi vnvii jv j
"FAMItY HOtD BACK."
V FIRST trip down t
A trying situation;
of the peculiar
Of their communcatlon.
For Inntnncc, when th
eKi?8 were passed,
"F 11. B." one would
Or Aunt Jemima "would
"Don't worry; II.. I.
Now Auntie serves up
The best you ever tast
She flxcK up tha odds und ends
So nothing will b waBted.
So they explained 'that, when of such
There ever Is a lack.
They say; "Now, 'F. H. B.' " and then
The Family Hold Back.
But sometimes there Is plenty lert.
And then my Aunt will say:
"More In the kitchen," or Instead,
She'll murmur. "M. I. K."
This Is a common vegetable, not
commonly served. When well prepared
few things are more wholesome or palatable.
Parsnips may b boiled and served
with a sauce of melted butter, or they
are cxcellont baked with meat.
But an extra good way to prepare
them is to boll, mash, and mix with a
little flour and a beaten egg. Fry them
In lard or beef drippings, and servo
with a tiny bit of the grease poured
Doll and season six tomatoes; Just
before sorvlng, add two or three well-beaten
eggs. Stir all together and
BEAR IN MIND
That most vegetables should be
boiled In a great deal of water, otherwise
they will turn dark. It Is not
enough to barely cover cabbage,
onions, carrots, turnips, otc.
That boiled potatoes, meant to bo
creamed or fried afterward, are not
so good If sliced hot Let thm get
That if fowl Is drecsed some time
before using, and there Is a "musty"
tang, all taint may be removed by
washing; the Inside with vinegar.
That a dash of Woreesterahirw
iauce Improves any brown stew, and
is excellent In soupe.
That If corned beef Is to be eatem
cold. It must not be taken out of the
liquor until it has thoroughly cooled.
m -V- (j4dlfcn7USr
Fright Fatal to Woman.
Pottavllle, Pa. Actaally scared t
death by a peddler, Mrs. A- O. Blanche
died at her home In St Claire, near
here. The peddler, a foreigner, whs
he refused to buy from him, attempted
to force his way into her home.
Fear of bodily harm to her waa no
great that she was prostrated by the
shock, which caused her death. She
was 38 years ot age and leaves a husband
Puts Burning Baby In River.
Moncssen, Pa. In order to save the
life of her baby,
whose clothing had taken Are from a
grato In front of which it was sitting,
Mrs. Rose Vlttner selrcd the ehild, ran
CO yards to the Monongahela river,
and threw tho baby Into the water,
plunging Into the ice-cold stream herself.
A crowd gathered and followed
the woman nnd both mother and baby
were rescued, but little injured.
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