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CASH ADVERTISING KATfcS
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Metal b ool m4 Itx Platet and EitUM
Lali je per hae
Lecali 10c Per line la trele poiottrs
THURSDAY. April 3 iy09.
The sabftcnptioD price of tbe
Critti!dek i (and
ha- ben since the consolidation of
tbe two papers,) tl 51) per annum,
hnrerr. to lubioribera who renew ,
.-i V.Ui'j (juJ pj up all arrears,) we,
will giTe tbe $1.00 rate
OLLIE JAMES RECEIVES
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they could not have." He aaserted
that the so-called reasonville profit
was to be upon watered Btock and fictitious
Mr. James also characterized the
tariff on farm products a delusion and
a snare and "a moat consummate
Mr. James attacked the maximum
features of the bill. He declared that
the plan of the tariff was to punish
consumers because the Governments
across the sea will not deal fairly
with American manufacturs. "Your
whole vision," he said, only includes
the manufacturer "
Mr. James announced his intention
of offering an amendment to authorize
suspensions of important duties on commodities
or articles of merchandise of
foreign make here if the vJue of similar
articles inhancep in consequence
of any trust or monopoly, He insisted
that wherever the maximum rate is applied,
it would wipe off the free list at
least nifty article.?. He denounced the
sugar and tobacco trusts and advocated
an income tax.
the yeaa to catch cold, and it is the
hioest time to cure it. If you should
take bold, a few does of Kenedy's
Laxative Cough Syrup will act very
promptly. Its laxative principle cures
the cold by driving it from the system
by a gentle but natural action of the
bowels. Children especially like Kennedy's
Laxative Cough Syrup as it
tastra so good, nearly like maple
It sold by all Dealers. 40 3m
Complete Line of
And Our Prices for Such
Qualities are Lower
Clothes When You
Easter Hats, Styled
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of farmers' co-operation are doing a!l
they can to increase the acreage in the
adjoining States of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois
and Missouri, also in the south-
western portion of Kentucky, where
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ingenuity of the devil has been and is
being restorted to foment discension
The song of the trust siren may prove
so alluring to our unsuspecting and
covetous neighbors as to induce them
to lav aside wheat, corn and potatoes
for tobacco, never dreaming that the
bnnch of "Reuba" that had sense
enough and pluck enough to hold their
own with the Tobacco Trust might have
sense enough to make it exceedingly interesting
for a set of unorganised
dumpers. To meet this condition. I
think we need the moat complete organization
that it is possible to effect.
Then, in July, send agents into those
States to make personal inspection, and
' if they report and exclusive acreage of
' tobacco, wa should adopt one of two
the substitute, let that be what it may
However, should our agents report that
our neighbors had' shown the good
sense to stock to wheat,, corn and potatoes,
and keep their fingers out of the
tobacco howl, then we should do all we
could to hold up the price on those products.
Holding those views, I think the need
of the hour is for organize! organize!
Let there be a local union of the A.
S. of E. in every school district in Kentucky
and the tobacco question is set
tled for all the time.
very truly yours,
THOS. T. BARRETT.
ATHLETIC CLUB AND
Y. M. C. A. FOR MARION.
The Young Mens Christian
tion, of Marion, Ky., met in the Y. M. i
For Your wants The Final Fixing For Your Easter Dress We are
Fully Preparad to Care.
Beautiful Dress, Wash Goods, Silks, Ginghams,
Wash Goods, Wash Goods.
Come and Visit Our Store and Let Us Snow You Our
Beautiful Collections of what You Need.
-Jno. y. Blue. Jr
T. H. Cochran.
Chairman; W. V. Hanynes and John
On Entertainment: Jas. L. Travis
Chairman; C. S. Sann, J. J. King, Wiw
V. Haynes and Sylvan Price.
On Bv-laws:-J. P. King, Chairman;
C. H. N'ornton and Carl Henderson.
On motion the meeting adjoining to
meet again at 8:00 P. M. Thurday April
Jas. L. Travis,
C. A. Norton,
Relieves Stomach Misery Almost
i systems, viz: dump the 1903 Kentucky If the food you ate at your last
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.iu, ouu iucicu; KITC ni"ii b iuii iwjc nicai uiu tiuk uikcsv, uui ittiu lur a -'K
of tobacco, or else pool the 1909 Ken- time like lead on your stomach, then
tucky crop and refuse to sell any part ! you have digestion, and must act qnick
of it to a manufacturer that buys the j Iy.
substitute, but sell to the Of course there are many other
competitor the genuine Kentucky ' toms of indigestion, such as belching
tobacco at less cost than was paid for ' up of soured food, heartburn, dizziness,
shortness of breath, and foul breath,
and if you hare any of them, your
stomach is out of order and should be
Mi-o-na tablets have cured thousands
of cases of indigestion and stomach
trouble. If you nave any stomach distress,
Mi-n-na will relieve instantly.
But Mi-o-na unlike most so-called
dyspepsia remedies, does more than re
lieve; it permanently cures dyspepsia
A large box of Mi-o-na tablets costs
but 50 cents at HAYNfcS & Taylor's
are guaranteed to cure or money back.
When others fail, Mi-o-na cures. It is
a producer of flesh when the body is
thin; it it cleanses the stomach and
bowels, purifies the blood, and makes
rich, red blood. 45 47.
MRS. BEBOUT DEAD.
C. A. Rooms in the Press Building, .,,, . , . .
April 8th, 1909 for the purpose of elect-' .Mrs Tinnie Wlft: of J
intr officers emt eoout, died at ner home near
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married to J. E. Bebout.
Easter Long Gloves
The following standing committees
Ov Adam. Chairman;
Rev. Miller and Jno W. Blue
On Membership: J n o Sedberry.
On Finance: C. W. Haynes, Chairman;
Geo. M. Crider and C. C. Taylor.
On H. Norton.
Lima. Ohio. .Mrs C T bakrr. (iunni
son. Miss . Mrs. E. J. Murphy, of V.
ducah. Miss En Daniel. Lima, Oho,
and her brother John H Daniel, of
one who had been taken from them I crop.
while yet so young.
Up Before The Bar.
N. H. Brown, an attorney, of Pitts-
field, Vt., writes: "We have used Dr.
King s New Life Pills for years and
by a dividend
Outstanding receipts are worth what
they call for
The mating was called together and i; "?".' K' n'"1 ' a,l,:r " Trust tortuosities, say it
opened with prayer by Rev. Adams. l,wo Jeek ,,,nM She wag the . b rather un(,er thap over t
r -mw mm fianrrhtnr nf Kit- onI fw Cmniia C
o. u. xsorton was elected Temporary r y , , " " '"" "'"-'a cent And Thompson knows.
Chairman and Jas. L. Travis was elect
ed Temporary Secretary.
Geo. M. Crider, C S. Nunn, and C.
C. Taylor were appointed Nominating
Committee and the following officers
were appointed by them.
F. W. Nunn, President; C. H. Norton,
Vive-President; Sjlvan Price,
Secretary; Carl Henderson, Treasurer.
The following were elected aB trustee I
uaniei anu aoout ten years ago was '
Let timid and conservative members
insure against disappointment by fancying
all sort of adverse circ u instances,
and, to insure against same.
( subtract fourteen cents per hundred
pounds, or say two per cent., from face
value of receipt, and the remainer is
! It is impossible to be more definite
until the close of the season.
?rotjirv TTinmrmnn. dlsinntinrr onu
Manager Elliot says receipts are
tirrwttli oil tVintr rl11
She was a good woman in every hense. ww., .sn, oil L ,. r.
of the word; a devoted wife and lovincr Li. . . . . t .l ,
.. .... ,"'"' them are quite competent to form their
mother, to true christian and
a i;.: . .!.
. - ., -,, , ., , . own conclusions. In matters of this
berof the Hill
Chapel Presbyterian ,anrt r nm ,, . , i,v ,u fn. .,.
She leaves behind her, besides her
husband and five children, a father,
mother, four sisters, and a brother.
Her sisters are: Mrrf. G. T. Ruck,
fore the members. And I am never
content until I can give the members
all the facts gathemble.
A good member of this Association
I Xhlrxl rf
Our Low Prices Makes All Desirable.
a ig;jtei. )g &Jd
and rr4r ..f a rurr'r
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PAGEfOUK CKITTEKDEK RECORD-PRESS, APRIL Bth. 1909
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EASTER CLOTHES See Our New See our New See Our New Sco Our Now
CARPETS MATTINGS DRUGGETS LACE CURTAINS
The Brightest, Smarcst.Snappiest Garments AND
For Men. Young Men and Boys Low Guts
Will be found in Our Store.
Th Uirly ppt Ht.-J .rnt
regarding the Ung of the current
year's crop. If ttotfjr don't whv
She wiu buried at Chapel Hill come- hoolH v."
terj' SatunJay The foneral tervicus ExMtinir conditions
F. W. Nunn and C. H. Nor- were conducted by her Pastor, Rev. A
J. Thompson, an4 many friends gath
I aoiwered. ,
, "are quite dissimilar. Tbe Bur ley
, pie cut last year's erop out-while we i
eredtopaya last tribute of love
to prod uced a normal, or nearly normal
nerefore without a lir rron
of Burley tbu yaar the world's supply
i vi. i
j "' "" H'""'noiy uv inadequate
to meet consumers' demands.
Not so with the stemming type of to-
, has kept pace with
consumption -no crop has been cut out.
I t J Sit
i oon i Know me Burlev people will
l . . ..
find them such a good family medicine , ,..m", 5e tftfy m" o Keep
we wouldn't be without them." For "p tne.'r I am
ChjlUi, Constipation, Biliousness or
Sick Headache they work wonders. 25c
For sale at Haynes & Taylor's and J.
H. Orme's drug stores.
Since all members, save only a few
who have disposed of receipts, hold
warehouse receipts calling for 25 per
t .mm mm. - - !! A ..
dent they will suffer if thev don't nool
And 1 know the stemming people will
be plundered if they fail to pool.
We say without hesitation that De
Witt's Kidney and Bladder Kills are
are unequaled for weak kidners, back-ache,
inflammation of the bladder and
all urinary disorders. Thev are anti-
septic and act promptly in all cases of
cent, of face value, which balance falls j weal bck, backache, rheumatism and
due so soon as sales are made of Asso-1 rneum,t'c Pms, Accept no
elation holdings, it follows, I say, that ' lut We ' n recommed them
all members are concerned to know, as
nearly as may be computed, the present
and probable value of all outstanding
The estimate to follow I commend aa
of welgety import, since it is based on
information gained by this writer from
Manager lliot and Secretary Thompson,
who are the two of them in a
position to know, and actually do know,
more about Association finances present
and prospective than any other two
named officers. Understand, th e n .
I Sold by all Dealers.
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It seems that our Hebron correspondent
has forsaken m as we see no
items from Hebron lately. So with an
apology to "her" or "him." will wnd
what follows is an echo of the combined ",e 8Jme ,u
voices of Elliot and Thompson. j Sunday School was organized at
Much, of course, depends on when ' Dunn Springs Sunday with Rev, Sum-present
holdings are sold and at what Tiers as superintendent.
pr!5e; j Mrs. Robert Dial died on Sunday,
' niS ASSOCISUOn never nitnerlO HHUfHl
nr nnv mnPi rn...1 l. rw,ti .
ergy and strength into the walls of the a warehomc receipt which was not
stomach taken up at face value supplemented
. ...... i... .-k, nrjj, mm was uuneci at
Hurncan Monday evening, March 22.
ii. u. rniinps and family, of Wig
gins, Miss., arrived a few days ago to
make their home again in old Kentucky.
They are living on the Newt Weldon
Miss Ruth Cook, of M. H. S.. Marion
vihited her parents Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Everett Bebout died Thursday.
April 1, and was buried at Chapel Hill
Tom Smith, of Sheridan, visited
Harvey Clark Sunday.
Bailus Paris and family and Miss
Minnie Paris visited in Crooked Creek
neighborhood the fourth Sunday.
Harry Hamilton and Pate Sheuherd
t.f T1ti . ft ..M,I,.,1 L.. t ft
" .vi", tiiurcn at Hebron
John T. Vaughn and family visited
Will Elder near Marion Friday.
Mrs. John Nunn, of Marion, was the
gjebtofT N. Braceyand family hut
Mrs. Mollie Daniel, of Lima, 0.,
the bed-tide of her daughter,
uwti i yv t.
Dress Your Feet Right &?
The Right Shoe
Gives jour Clothes the finish
mg touch Votir dltire is not
complete uithoiil a pair of
Good Stjlc Shoes jg
We llac Them In All 3
Shapes and Leather
VICIS, TANS. PATLNTS
For Mm. Women R Children
iifinn rinnQp iinn, s
dunmt hrr but tllowi
Mr W J B,,, mmi wm
Boo rfi aad Hwnry Park
U fettoB Sunday.
Mr and Mr Tom mil -, m i
. ...m. w. V IMR'
attofvM tao lMNMie of Mr
Hill s nesee, Mrs. Breru Reheat, Ut
Jim CWgborn and family, of Deans,
attended church at Hebron Sunday
Bring your chickens and eirgs to
Morris A Yates and got the highest
Sfarfils Nil Klllel
Csrmi, III . ,rch
Gin, m middle ard
niiru eariy mi
His h.dr w, bsdly Bundled.
morning on the
IaonuTille ,V Xaahrille r.il,0ad s
few mile rt of this ciiy. Thj
man . eidnily riding the rods
and in nine manner ,.l rn
'fr' "uvl "5ii.
Mr- Gonr K. U-ton. nf Marina
arriiod m prr,d ih
in cnT. Mr B.
contracted lo l..n, t, ,w r..A,a
of Mr Maoiv on Mam iirret
Tosk ii ARtllite.
rrciral c,me running to his
grandma one day ..ling for a dnok
of wa.er. "Quick, quick, grandma "
no sani. '.srivo me a drink of
Afir lin l'o hi.
"Th? renn ii
was in suph i
h'lrrv. I thntixrht I swallowed a worm
while ...in,,. n apple an apple and I
in drown it. The
Delink Tt it.
Little .Iv V..-1
seen much of chickens. Last
iner he was visiting in a small
where the f.nu'y Lcpt a few.
dy he s out watchinc then
quite a looi: time, ana cime in look
xnrv much disgusted. Stepping
"! t ..i, r the vnuiip men he said
'S.M, Cumin .Ned. vour t.U rnn
ter I.ms I., en eoughing ad coughing
m an I I was watching
n 'i i Mnghed
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CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Till Kind You Havi Always Bwtkt