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CRITRENDEN RECORD-PRESS, APRIL IstMOt
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High Class doming at Reasonable New things in Dress Goods. White Goods,
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Nets. Come See Them !
;an tind anywhere, hut yon will find here
clothing that is "Tailored on the Bench"
mid "Finished hv Hand." Guaranteed
to hold their shape and color. When
wc sell yon once we c xpect to sell you
again. Our line of Boys Suits arc Just
as "Nobby" as can hz. Don't fall to sec
them if you want Something Good.
if you want
a good hat
to the min
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Have von seen the Spring
Jackets we are Selling.
They are the correct thing
in Light Coats. They are
If you want to save money
and cover your floor with
Druggets, Carpets, Rugs or
Matting. Come see lis.
Compare our 25c Ties
with other 50c Ones and
you will find the difference
TAYLOR & CANNAN
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With Good Shoes and Ox- S
fords and they wear longer J5
and Cost You Less in the gj
End than many so called (
cheap ones. See them if &
you want New Styles whether
for Men, Women Girls
Come to seells
We'll Convince you.
Boys. ITS MONEY TO YOU g
;. Tobacco Canvas S
F W.Nuuti, dentist. Press liuildtn
Mr. Ken Canrahan is improving
Farmers' Grocery with jour egg
I fie this week.
Easter Kgg hunt in the yard at
.). L. Stewart's April 10 at 3 o'clock
Thotnai W. Dollini left Tuesday
for Toppenish. Wash , where a (good
po.ilion is awaiting hiro.
Mrs. Nellie Dollini is ill in tha
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Karl Dollins near Tribune.
At Hill and family and Krnest
KiTackwell and family left Tuesday
Toppouish, Wa h.f to rosidc.
Mrs. Priest a trained nunc of
Henderson, who attended Mrs. Will
3arnahan, returned homo last week. finn piotur0( ..The Declaration fj
H. C. Haynes has purchased the , Indrprndcncc" and will present it
William Fowler property ou 1'opUr i
street and with his family has moved
J. L. Stewart, who has becu eon-fined
to his room for scver.l laya
wri'.h a bad attack of grip, is improving
A. (J Melton and V. K. Potter
lelt for Alva Ukla , Tue-d.
whore they have woik on build-tug
Mrs. J. W. Hell and .inn-, Hoy
aiid Courtney, who have brcu visiting
hur brother iJame iU iu tit,
Louis, have returned home.
FOH SALK: Kggs for I atclnng
.T. C. Hrowti, white aud Huff Leg-
horus, S. C. and K. C. H. I. Keda.
Cockrels also. W. C. Hakmlit,
41 lis pbone Ki. Lola, Kj.
Mr. Albert M. Henry, the
nan f thic oily is engaged la
ettiag p r wontityant at Hartford,
ai;.. tfaia week.
Mr a. Nanoy Young who is nearing
her 80tb year has been quite ill' at
her home south of the otty. She
wai slightly improved and able to
nit up in he'd Wednesday.
Ladies' Aid 8ociety of the
tarian ohuroh United Statea .of,
America will give aa Easter Egg
Hunt Saturday afternojn, April 10,
at the residence of J. L, Stewart's.
All the children are invited. Admission
F, W.NuDD.dontiot, 1'rcss Building
Mri. Gordon Hammond is ill t
her home on Nortli College Stroct
Her daughter Mr, Henry Young is
A. prixe will bo given to the boy
or girl and this will be ind interest
ing feature of the egg hunt at J L.
Stewart's Saturday afternoon.
Miss Lillian Young who baa beea
visiting her ut.cle Press Ford has re
turnad home and is now attending
hir grand-mother who is quite ill.
Mrs, Mollie Daniel wat called homn
from Lima, Ohio, Wednesday by a
ttlegrara announcing the 8rious illness
of her daughter, Mrs. Kvcr'tt
Hebout, of Tolu.
Henrv & Heory ihe Mniiuiiient
Men of this place, have just i reeled
a fine monument for Mr. Tin mas
Senour and wife, near Joy. It waa
an attractive piece of work nd one
of the largest monument cvor brought
to the county.
The Chautauqua Ulub ha ordi red
wlntn received to the Schttnl Improvement
WANTED Mnckini: birds A
friend in Washington state wants
mnekinir birds. If any of our render
have any to fell let us know
The Record Pre.M
Mr- Cavender irivo her flrft drawing
Saturday. Mrs. W. V. 11nviio
reoeived first prir.e, 2.fil. Mrc. C.
K. Voldon. tecoid fl.fiO,
and Hosa Woods, third pr'i", $1.00,
Tho priics will be given every two
Ike N. Young, of Wclesford, Kan.
sas, who was summoned hern nn an-count
nf tho illness of hix aired mother
Mrs. Naaoy young arrtued Tuesday
ob the II o'elook train.
John Farmer raised nn 810 hills
of tobaoeo 750 pounds It brought
bin $08.35, At this rate he. would
wave grown nn one aoro over 3000
pounda and it would have brought
him more than $350.00 per acre.
To members of Mt. Zinn Church
and the Friends in the Community:
As the effort to finishing painting
M, Zioa Ohuroh wriaa signal failure
4 Mv'r.aet'8a.tnrdaTt April1 10, for us
te?kat;aari fiiaktlhat.Workt aa thai
it the regular day for praaehingv
Come -.and briag dinner, aiw in1 the
afternoon will hold ervioas' Now
friends be sara to come. R. C. Love
W L Shell, the song ovangclict
left Monday for Slauuhtcrsvillc,
where he will have charge of the
Hinging iu a revival mooting His
wife sccompaned him to
whore she will vt.it relatives
duritii: his absence.
Hov A !. Thompson hs been
engaged for the uinuitii: ear,
beginning April 1, as psstor of the
Prosbturioii church, I' tilted States
of America, prtacliiiu one b'Unday
in each month. Hereafter the services
will be held on the fourth
Sunday, morning and evening.
Hev. W. K. Gibbs dosed a protracted
meeting at Cave-In-Rock,
III., jo Sunday night March 21,- after
a successful throe weeks work.
He was assisted by Rev. H. C. Hopewell,
of Alvey, III., State Evangelist,
formerly of Sturgis. who did all
the preaching, and pleased the pastor
and people. As a rcciilt eleven
were approved for baptism and seven
bnptiied, and a general revival of tho
people. To God be. fell the glory.
ANTON A CHICKENS Hcau
ties, wrcxtost laying Kirn
50 cents at my house or 75 cents delivered
at express office.
Miflfl Fbanokh .Iacksox,
H H. No. 'J, box 41 lm
Senator Maxwell i having the
Cumberland church painted and pi
perod and when tho job is uompletMl
it will bo ''as nent aj a pin," This
is not tho Senator's iir.t work of the
kind. He and his father wore lib
eral contributors when the first C,
P. ohurch was buil. and lator wlicu
tho Southern Presbyterian ohtircU
needed paint and paper, he it was
who oamo to tho front with tuanoy
to bear the expense of same.
Miss Stella Redd, who his been
studying musio in tha Conservatory
of Nashville for tha past three
months, returned home Monday
having finished the oertifi 'ate ooursa
and. passed the required examination-
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Louisville is going to have
an exposition, April 12 to 24,
please tell the people that for
the Southern Electrical and
Industrial Exposition, Louis
ville) Ky the I. C. Rail Road
will sell tickets on April 42,
15. 17, 19, ' 22 and 24th Only.
Limit for return April' 26,
rate, u ior xne rounainp.
W. L. Venner. Agt.
The March term ol th Crittcndon
circuit court closed Wednesday and
Judge Gordon left oo an afternoon
train fur Princeton. His next court
will convene at Southland Monday.
.1. F. Flaoary and wife and his
mother will visit friends near Glenns
Chapel and Eureka, in Lyon county,
for a week or ten days.
Erwt Sliyli Seiteicci.
One of the last official . acts of
Judge Qordon On the last day of
court was to pass sentence on Ernest
Slayden, convioted tor tho murder of
James Sullipger., 81ayden waa sent
to the Eddyville penitentiary on the
noon train Wednesday in charge of
Sheriff Fanary and Deputy Gilliland.
ONE DAY ONLY.
Kahn Bros., of Louisville,
fine Taioring Suits to measure,
in the latest styles,
shades and cuts at our store
April 12th. Our word for it.
You will not regret it if you
want to select your Spring
suit from this most superb
McCONNELL & STONE.
Marion. - - Kentucky.
Laii Wodiiusiday a,f,tlcr,n.Qpn, . tib,e
liiiuiu of her holier,, .J,. H,.
ou Salem, Qftd,., MU& Adv s
hiipp'ly U,nit,ed, iu, m,ui;L;c U Mr.
Jacob, H. Ciidort q tU,U Uy, hy the
Rev. . .i TtvMivan,, A, Urge
of friauds af tho yo.ung couple
thn oorm,Qn.y, The groom,
w,ha is ana of our hest oitizons,
broiuh & Uuo,uio bride to hit home
bote where he resides. They have
the best wishes of a boat of friends.
Card frt Tbaikt
, We wish tu extond our heart telt
thanks to the .many friends and'
uoighbor.s, who shown us suoh kindness
and attention during the
and death of our beloved wifo
nud. knot her,
May" the God of Heaven reward
iheui is "ur prayer.
Loo uk Hamiiy and Pamilt.
In a few day call and see
,the newest and nost exclu
sive dtsios in Sprint Mil
Unery at Wrs. E, L. Frank
I lin's, Salem, Ky, tf.
Dleb at Ninety.
Mrs. Saluda M. Hruff, aged ninety,
died at the residence of her son-in-law,
S. J. Hankius, Wednesday,
March 24. She was first married to
Larkin Corley, of whioh marriage
eight children were born, five of
whom are living.
Her second husband was Washington
Bruff, who died in 1870. She
profossed faith in Chnst in 1889
and died with a "lively hope in
The funeral service was conducted
by the writer in the presence of a
large gathering of relatives and
friends, after whieh her remains
were laid to rest in the Piney Fork
cemetery to await the resurrection, j
J. B. M.
SclNl iBirmiieit Liifie.
jyira. F. W. Nunn county president
Pthe School Improvement League,
organised a locil chapter for Marion
Graded School Saturday afternoon at
the art exhibit. Twenty ladies and
gontlemen agreed to become mem.
bers, and the following officers were
elected: Mrs, Deboc, Pres. ; Miss
Nell Walker, V P.; Mrs. WTilbur
Haynes, Sec A membership cam
paign will be inaugurated at once
and we hopo to enroll the names of
overy patron and every citizen who
i interested in improving our schools
in every way possible. The first
work the League will take up will
be the improvement of tho interior
of tho school rooms. Further an
tiounccmoni of the scope and plans
of the League will appear later.
Salem, Ky., March 25, '09.
Dear Editor: Please find enclosed
$1, for which send me the
for one year. My old sub
fcription does not expire until May
1909, and this will make it Tan out
jn May, 1910. I cannot do without
Nanoy Ann Stubblefield.
Maroh 24tb, 1909, H.
Howard was pleasantly surprised by
the gathering of his ebitdran and
grand children and several of hie
relatives to celebrate his sixty-fourth
Aatoag the relatives was the only
broker living, H. 'C. Howard, it
being bis fifty-eighth birthday.
1 ' About 11:30 o'olook dinner was
served and Oh! what a delightful re
past, consisting of ham. chiaken,
squirrel, fish, fruits and cakes of a 1
kinds and lots or other things too
After dinner all of the family
marched out in the front of the
house and the Doon Bros., of Dycus-burg,
took their pictures. After
their pictures were taken, thoy 'had
singing and prayor by W. H. Brown
and talks b other members of the
The father and mother gave their
children some good advice, then supper
was served at 4 o'elook p. m.,
then the crowd quietly disparsed
each to their respeotive places of
It was a day that will be long re.
membered by all that were pnsei'.
Those present besides the family
were H. C. Howard and wife, W.
H. Brown and wife, M. F Wring
and wife, D. R. Browo, Leslie Howard,
Estelle Howard, Wjlie Brown
Audrey Brown, Martin Asbridge,
Brown Howard, Irva Brown and 11 1-by
One Who Was Prksknt.
Sirirutf Bin. '
Enormous Hall Rmdlid Here.
Whon people become impatient
waiting for the morning mail to be
opened, but few of them, no doubt,
realize just how much work Postmaster
Crider and his assistants do.
The office handles daily probably
5000 incoming pieces of mail, distributing
for the town, five rural
routes aud the county offices of Weston.
Fords Ferry, Tolu, Sheridan,
Iriua, Hardosty, Tribune, Shady
Grove, Iron Hill, and most of Livingston
county as well, niakitur tho
office, in point of distribution, practically
one of a town of 15,000 people.
Thin, too, the great bulk of
the mail comes in on one (rain, and
frequently the failure to 'make connection
throws two big mails ialo
one. PostBister Crider and his as. ' ,
sistaats distribute it in burrj,, and ;f
anyone doubts it, about ..hree.dav V.
experience would oovioco,h$m of i'sJ
truth, or a peep "behind llu otuo'JTj.
F. A. Estea. Wyandotte, . Kyjj)
says: ''My hogs were so sick h
oould not eat aad" theV 'were T
couriBg very .badly. I - the.
Bourbon. Hoe Cholera. RtaBe4TT'3al
to my surprise it cured them wiabJiBJf)
1 a loss." For Sale at Haynas efKtwWn
lor a drag store. qo ,-n
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