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APRIL 15th, MM
PAGE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS,
joih year. Circulation 4.000
S. M. JENKINS Edlt.v nd Publisher.
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Mrtal bf onlr f. tor Plairn an.i Klrtnt
t.cvalt rt lin
t..vl tv JVr line in i)t point ijr.
days, that e.xcela all others as far as
the sun exceeds the other stars, and
which is still Vnown in the east a the
May'." Another typical name for
Easter is the "Holiday of Hope."
There is a wonderful charm and fascination
n this queen fetival f the
year, whco dominate the whoW worKi
Nte's Srtit Lm4m Slurs,
Any one of Howe's CSrcas
woald be the lt person in the
its the boast of the management that '
their efforts in this direction have met
with a success beyond expectations.
This big show will be here Thursday
A good crowd at Sunday school
with its wnnderful lesson of nrmnf , is soereturv f ike SftMwdi eh'wl
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nio. .i oniy is xne oeep renewx
significAnca of the occaskw illnstra e1
in the rost attractive and beautiful
form a a lesson to the eye, and thrMth
that to heart, but
Ui t'MtVla ( Wii'ttilkKlK , 1
Mrs, lewis Paris fcas bee vry
bat is better.
J. R WooJaM W Ws cro of t.v
the joj ful f ea- J to Jarn at nc snsawi. ToKae s
ot gi pnee, vras sowjwg i .e on ir
hope and the miracle of returning hfe, , Louisville warieC It cm to the twt
insptre a condition of joy and happiness
in the lives of young and old, and
the most insensible object becomes
part of the cc&ntval of toy.
Feast of the Passover or the FeAst of
rnloarened Bread, which is one of the
most ancient, as well as one of the
strictest, f oasts of the Jewish calnniUr.
The fast lasts for eight davs, and during
that priod Orthodox J cws abstain
iron cttt rorra tamr ana wnung
exrJvsrfy f ottiWien,
and highest bkidcr
It is not left to one raan to price and
I it - If t Vi Amn 4,n ., a
xysi'sfssvscx incx3orfe j;
J FLAT ROCK.
Rev. R. A. Moore, pastor of the C.
P. church at Good Spring, died Tuesday
night if tubarlar trouble.
Uncle D. Casner, of Crider, passed
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r'"E vWCER. j from CreswelL where he had been
MMMMMnMMOiM king his son, Albert, who is very sick.
I Eugene Booker has pneumonia era.
Wfll Roland L all smiles. It's an-
Next Sunday was the regular meet- 7. w. Moore went to Blackford
ing day at Walnut Grovo. Uvt Sab- ( Wednesday to attend Presbytery.
hath was the dav at Pioev Fnrk. I ,. , , .
j Charge Travis. f Fredonia, was
Dr Fox passed through th soctioa here Wesiaesdav t attend the bunial
recontly visitic tie sick r abovt f his Rev. R. A.
Mis Wxial, i Cray, l R. G. L. Woirir aad wife were
tle rasts of F. M. J. Stae and family
D, R. Mgginctn, f Dogwood,
ohrch at this pUce Saterday.
Rrv. O. D, Spoace was caMed t aH
Rev. R A M"ore's place at
Sao Moare and family, f near Fre-
dfoix, were the guests of C W. Moare
j We are in favor of the stock law., The cold has not done any
! Pat it the stock law. not tobacco in ., -,,,- t fra;t .i fr Th u
your pipe and smoVe it and o:e for if promi of a boantifal frail crop in thi
J. M. Andrews of Starr has bought tn.
the Joe Hunt stock of groceries, j Several of the toys from Enon, at-
J. A, Thomasson, of Piney, is using tended church at thus place Sunday.
the medical waters from Hill Spring. 1 The new church at is to
W. A, Woodall and wife visitod 3edKJ the Sth Sunday in Mt.
tivos nexr Iron Hill last week. ' l Soccess to the R"v r i Prvs,
W. A, Hifl and crew
safe in Washington.
re undeJ Bring yoar chickens tnd eggs to
I Morris & Yates xjid got the hiAest
A. o.3tll is nw of te oldest aarkot pricos.
A POSITIVE CURE
If you have indigestion, your fowl
ferments In the stomach and bowels.
It docs more- it decays, and the nutritious
matter which should go to make
new blood decays with it, and this
leads to nn impoverished condition of
the blood, to nervousness, billiousness,
constipation, sick headache, bad breath
which disgust your friends, and other
disagreeable and unpleasant conditions.
And all this is caused bv the food that
doesn't digest, but ferments and
ofttimes rots in the stomach.
And fermentation is caused by the
stomach not being strong enough and
energetic enough to thoroughly mix
the food with the digestive juices:
Mi-o-na is responsible for tens of
thousands of cures. In fact it is such
a positive cure for indigestion and all
stomach troubles that it is guaranteed
by Haynes & Taylor to cure or money
back. The price of a large box of
Mi-o-na tablets is ri0 cents, and they
are sure to promptly relieve the worst
case of indigestion or gastritis. Try
lis hsral StitisWis All Hit.
There was a circus in town, and Roy
greatly longed to go and see the clowns
and all th clever animals, but his
father objected, on the grounds that
rood little bovs never went to the cir
enocch to enjoy it?'
' The Delineator
loslah'S Question Answered.
Judi then having received a Mod
of men awd Seers from the Thief
i phanee eorctnc hither
with lan'ern d trcbe ar.d weapons
Je, therefor. Vno'g all
thCf ha hld mqc upn hm.
srent forth and id unt thfm.
Wltra eck re?"
Thev anred him, .Ieu of
JeB ad nnie them "I am he "
And Jda.. wh. had betrayed
him. al tood with them, and a
soon a Jem had said, I am he,"
ther we st backward and fll to the
Therefore, it a Jbo and hi
Leonard Lvcn. Lola
Pirrista f Iren Five Tsirs.
Hawerrille, Ky., April 15 Jams H.
Parrish, who was president of the defunct
Owentboro, Ky., Savings bank
and Trust company, was given five
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Clothing for the Masses ! P131
The Masses for Our Clothing !
"Second to None" is Our Motto.
Nothing is neglected to give you first class, satisfy -
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In All New Cut
Boys and Children
GIVE US A LOOK !
Style GiversPrice Makers
Swell Hats. Caps
NtW SPKINU UNULIiWtAti.
We invite you to present yourself at our
Store There arc many special treats awaiting
Arc Equisitc in Pattern and Clothing.
The Belts, Combs and Ribbons Will Finish Up
Dainty Laces and Embroideries.
Gloves and Ladies weckwear.
The Best Hosiery Mone Can Buy.
Carpets, Rugs, Druggets, Matting
Let Us Show You !
We Pledge You Full Value For Every
Cent You Invest with Us.
THURSDAY. April 15 1909
1'? ub.crptioo price of the
:in iKvuu Prkss i (ami
h been since the consolidation of
the two ppcr. ) fl J0 per annum.
hocvcr, to Mihscnbcr h renew
ill give the $1.00 rate ttm month
Easter Sunday, April lltfi.
Easter Sunday, which for centuries !
was observed only by certain churches
is now almost university kept as a day
of days, all evancelial churches
it as the anircrsary
of the resurrection of Christ, a
festival which in the early Christian
era ws distinguished as the Sunday of
joy, and which Grftgoy Naiiaien 1,5M
yvara ago exiled the "Queen day oft
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' ....I. ...a.t.l 1 .K..I rI.t M -. H l.J......l.n.t
jester. He is the soberestappeannp
cuss you eer saw on the street. Yet
he has but to walk trom the dressing
top to the bip show and you lauph. '
There is something about that stride
tYit ic funnv nni? vvli.in hit f Krt '
tov tvilloon to get awav from him and W. H. Wooldridge
sail through the air, crving after it, , Blackford Friday,
the spectators almost fall ort their seat I .
An ejTort u mdo to purellMC
with laughter. No-, you let some one
now bookg fof gunday
else trv that same little clown trick j
and it's not funnvat all. Mr. Guess, our mail carrier, is
I and in all his business.
The clown today occupies an even prompt
more exalted position with the circus , p. m q. Brown passed through
thdn he did thirty or forty years ago. section recently.
Years ago they didn't have the co-
lossal acts such as travel with a show
of the caliber af Howe's aggregation.
Then it was an easy matter to make,
or rather arrange, your program so that
one act followed another without a
wait. Nowadays with the big acts it
Likes time to get the rigging ready,
ami the clown must, during these temporary
lulls, amuse the spectatorr so
that they will forget all about the wait
land watch and laugh.
The clowmsof Howe's Great London
Shows were all specially engaged for
for 1909 (and pay np at! arrears,) we i this branch of
the performance, ami ,
nu'n in this section, bnt ho is a regular
attendant at the church meetings nnJ
, is one of the faithful.
Before we pool our next crop of tobacco
we had Wtter find out where it
is to be delivered.
Up Before The Bar.
N H. Brown, an attorney, of Pitts-field,
Vu, writes: "We have used Dr.
King's New Life Pills for years and
find them such a good family medicine
we wouldn't tv without them." For
Chills, Constipation, Biliousness or
Sick Headache they work wonders. 25c
For sale at Haynes & Taylor's and J.
H. Orme's drug stores.
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years in the pemtentury aftiT the juy
had deliberated thirty minute today.
He was charged with having received
deposits when he knew the hank was
insolvent. Two of hi lrothen are
under indictment for the same bank !
I Fredonia. j
Ours Spring Line of
Shoes and Low Cuts
limhirHni? tlio. vrrv ncucst
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Patterns, Styles and Best
Patents Kids and
All Stvlc Toes i
We Fit All Feet.
. -n.-. !N ftv Av'A'C"T7
aasint the lodgr in initiating
several new member The report a
Frank Tutt, of Mailisonvillo, m the
the guost of his brother. G. I). Tutt.
Wo have just received a car load of
"Homestead PertiRaer," in new sacks
ami shipped direct from the factory
Give us a call. The Homestead Fertilizer
is one of the best on the market.
Price right and Quality the best.
S. C. Bknnett & Son
Mrs. Ida Parr, of .Misasouri, who has j We say without hesitation that De
been visiting her father, N. M. Dollar, j Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are
returned home last week. Her sister, ' arc unequaled for weak ktdncv. back-Muss
Ada Dollar, accompanied hur ' ache, inflammation of the bladder nnd
I nil urinary disorders. They are anti-
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Rev. J. L. Price, of Providence, filled "'"""" " T ru,,l,), "" .
his usual appointment here Sunday.
There was a series of burglanen in
our town Saturday night. The bank,
depot and hotel were visited by
burglars but a boiled ham and
twenty coppers was all that 'they stole.
They tried to force the doors of some
of the buisness houses, but 11 seems
that they were fngntened away, aw
they left an old ax and a bar of iron at
the back door ot one ot the stores.
W. P. Spicard and family arrived
here Monday evening from California,
where they have been for soma time
for the benefit of Mrs. Spicard's health.
J the change did not benefit her, so they
. rMiirn1 in nlrl kintnlrv
cus, "Bat you always say I am not
a good bov," said Roy. dejectedly, and ' Th M. W. of A. lodge, of this place.
' wenl to France Wfa,xUy night t0
besides, papa, he added! brightening
irn. "hadn't I better ro while I'm bad 1
weak back, backache, rheumatism and
l rheumatic pains, Accept no
tute. We sell and recommed them.
Sold by all Dealers. 40 3m
She Wasn't Selfish
A little girl of three was having a
naughty time of it one evening. The
mother undressed her and put her to
bed and decided to leave her for a
time to the gentle administrations of
her father. He succeeded in quieting
her. The mother came to bid her little
girl good night and upon asking,
"Well, dearie, hare you asked God
to forgive you" received the reply
Yes. and I asked him to forgive
you, too." The Delineator for Mav
Sired by Messenger Chief 1825; 1st Dam
Chief, and is a brother to thirtv in tho
MESSENGER is a dark bay with black points, 16 J
4 hands high, weight 1150 pounds. High action and il
IUW Wl BjVlll,
Sired by Trader, he by Tradewuid; 1st Dam
Noma, she by Outline, Record 2.01. JOE GLOVER
is three old, 15 1-2
years hands high and a com-
4 bined saddle and harness horee.
These well-bred studs will each make tliAsonsnn !t
of 1909 at my stable in Fredonia. Kv.. at WOO tn it
4? insure living colt. If
you want a high-bred colt you
cannot afford to pass them.
Will D. Wyatt,
P. S. Scotch Collie Pups lor Sale.
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