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FIVE , CRITRENDEN APRIL 15th. 1909
Wc carry in stock, and sec
how nicely it fits, and how
Well it retains its shjpe,
you will at once be impressed
with it, and when
once tried, thosorvice you
get, wll thoroughly convince
you of the
you obtained at such
Copher, on Poplar street.
Hon. E. L. Nunn and his daughters,
'Misses Clara, Ina nnd Nolle, were in
the city Thursday. Miss Mabel, who
had been hero on a visit to her sister,
Mrs. Claude Lamb, accompanied them
Dr. L. G. Taylor,
Marion, - Kentucky.
All calls answered promptly.
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F.W.Nunn, dentist, Prrns liuilding
H. A. Hnynes was in Evansvillo last
week consulting Dr. Ravdin.
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Cnder attended
the Presbytery at Sturgis Inst
James A. Hill, G. L. Whitt, J. M.
McCnslin, attends! tho Prusbytery nt
Sturgis last week.
Mayor John W. Hlue returned
afternoon from Evnnsville, where
he lind a nasal operation performed by
Will pay 50 cents per lond for stable
manure nnd haul it. Wylic McCain.
Miss Frances Shephard, of Tolu, was
hens last week on a shopping trip,
while here she was tho guest of Mrs.
Louis Clifton, her cousin.
Rev. A. C Piddle will preach
nt the C. P. Church on Salem St.,
each Jlrd Sunday morning and evening,
nnd nt the regular hours according to
Hon. T. J. Nunn. of Frankfort,
Judge of tho court of Appeals, w.ib
hero last week visiting his children and
his "homo folks" which means everybody.
Dancy Hamond, of Birmingham,
Ala., arrived last week to visit his
mother, Mrs. G. G. hamond, who wis
Don't fail to call and see
the newest and most exclu
sive designs in Spring Millinery
at Mrs. E. L
Salem, Ky. tf.
Fred Slayden, son of Dr. H. A. Slay-den
is now in Omaha, Neb., and has a
fine position there with the transfer
Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston Ormc nnd
daughter, Clnra Margaret, are attending
the Southern Electrical Exposition
in Louisville this week. They loft
Tuesday and will be absent several days
Martin Gahngnn and son Robert,
were in town Monday, from their homo
near Weston. Mr. Gahngnn came to
this county many vonra ogo from
nnd has for thirty years been
u reader of tho county paper.
Thomas Hudson, of Hampton, sold
Inst week n pair of match black mare
mules for $050.00 to nn Illinois buyer.
They aro live years old and they are
beauties. Ho challenges Kentucky to
Tho Easter Egg hunt nt J. L. Stew
art's on College street was a most enjoyable
affair, and all tho little folks
were present in best "bib and tucker"
and tho ege hunt was enjoyed immensely.
J. R. Binkley nnd family left
afternoon for Crittenden county,
near Crayne, for a visit to relatives.
Mr. Binkley has just recovered from a
Severn illnes3, and hopes to regntn his
strength before returning to Princeton.
Mifs Mny Hoyt, of Morganfield, was
the guest of Miss Grace Moore last
Miss Mamie Cullen, of Sturgis, was
the guest of Miss Nannie Rochester
Snm W. Paris, of Fulton, nrrived
Monday to visit his patents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. James Paris in East Marion.
Hring yiir chickens and eggs to
Morris & Yates and get tho highest
The moving picture show will be
inaugurated here at the Marion Opern
House by "The New York Dnrgnin
Store," for the entire summer,
Saturday night next when a great
double film will be prcsonted.
Mr. Emmett Koltinsky, who was
married Wednesday to Miss Virlie
of Union county, was accompanied
by his aunt, Mrs. C. P. Noggle.
We will have an account of the wedding
Rev. A. J. Thompson is kept pretty
busy as he supplies the pulpit nt five
churches ns follows Kuttawa. first nnd
fifth Sundny mornings nnd evenings;
Crayne, second Sunday morning and
Saturday evening before; Frances second
Sundny night; Chapel Hill, third
Sunday morning and afternoon; Marion,
fourth Sunday morning nnd evening.
HANDS WANTED:-To do general
work at saw mill. Apply to J. F. Miller,
Repton, Ky. 46 It p.
Gets Into Quicksand.
Ira C. Hughes, who lives a few miles
northeast of town, met with a painful
accident Monday while cross tho creek
at the Harrison tresslo with a wagon
nnd team he got into quicksand. The
horses in plunging in their efforts to
cxtricnte themselves from tho mire,
threw Mr. Hughes from the wagon,
the vehicle passing over his body,
breaking two or three ribs and otherwise
bruising him up. He snecceded
in getting out and driving home, but
was in a painful, though not serious
CLEAN UP OMIINAEE.
City Marshal A. S. Cadnnn cnlls attention
of the public to following ordinance
and says no excuse will be
Sec. 47. It is a public nuisance to
cnuse or siffer the carcass of any I
mal, or any ofTal, fiilth or noisome
substance to uccumulnto, bo deposited, J
collect or remain in any plnce in said i
city to tho prejustico of of others. To
thaow or deposit any offal, filth, manure,
ashes, pnper, bottles or broken
glass, or the carcass of any nnimnl on
nny street, alley or public ground, and
suffer the same to remain thoreon.
Whoever, within said city, causes,
maintains, continues or allows such
nuisance, Bhall, for tho first offence, bo
fined from $2.50 to $20.00 and each day
said nuisance is continued shall constitute
n new offence.
Card nf ThanKs.
I wish to express my Bi'ncere thanVs
to the nnighbnrs and friends for tlu r
kindness shown me during the sickness
of my wife. R. N. Minnek.
For Dress Goods,
Silks, Wool Taffetas,
Chiffon Brilliants or
almost any of the
new things In
White Goods, Laces
and Plain Net, Belt,
and Hand Bags,
Lion Brand Shirts and
collars are the best by
Mrs. H. M. Franks Dead.
Mrs. R. M. Franks died at her homo
on the Piney road Saturday, April 10th,
1909, of a paralysis, with which she
I was stricken ten days ago Mrs.
I Franks had long been an invalid nnd
never rallied from tho parallyitic stroke
She is survived by her husband and two
' children, Gladys thirteen and Brownie
eleven years of age. She was a
I tor of thi Into Lacy Love, of Living-
J ston coUntjft and a sister of Mrs. Lake
Murphy nnd Mrs. E. T. Franklin, of
this county nnd Mrs. R, S, Threldkeld,
of Livingston, and of Messrs, Chales
and James Love both of Missouri.
Tho Interment took place at Hurricane,
Rev. J. B, Adams, of Marion,
officiating Monday morning.
Tne Marion Electric Light & Ice Co.,
incorporated, power house, 5 rings,
Critteuden Record-Press, 3 rings; S.
M. Jenkins, residence up stairs, 4 rings
R. W. Wilson, residence down stairs
IlL'iilh nt Minister.
Rev. Amzi Moore, of the Flatrock
neighborhood, died last Tuesday night
and wns buried Wednesday. He had
been sick for several days of tyfoid
fever and had been afflicted with tu
berculosis of the bono. He was about
thirty-six years old. The Rev. Mr.
Moore was a young Cumberland Presbyterian
preacher and leaves a wife
and four children. He has a brother
and twd sisters living here.
Real Estate Transfers.
G. W. L. Nesbett to C. E. Weldon,
house and lot in Marion, exchange of
J. C. Lindsay to C. L. Lindsay, 35
acres for $225.
John Mathews to E. E Harpcnding,
0 ncres for $400.
May Lee to Lem Watson, 102 ucroa
exchange of land.
Don't fail to look at our
Rugs and Mattings.
Its to Your Inferest
Our Line of Hats
We get new ones in almost
every week and we always
have the very, very Newest
Things in this line and they
cost you no more than oth
ers charge for older styles
, Lillie M. Walker to W. R. Williams,
uneiviueu interest in lana, tb.
Ben H. Fowler to Mrs. Sallie Daniel,
70 acres, $650.
J. A. Croft to W. T. Croft, 47 acres,
R. W. Wilson to T. A. Hughes, 130
J. M. McChesney to C. J. Pierce, 3
lots in Marion. $450.
Sallie A Guess to James M. Guess,
lot in Tolu, $50.
J. M. Belt to J. M. Gucjs 118 acres
Viola Daniel" to A W Watson, undivided
inter in land, $375.
Wm Blue to D W Brookshire, house
and lot in Crayne. $250.
D W Brookshire to J C Carlton,
house and lot in Craye, $400
J L Rankin to J W Paris, interests in
lots in Marion, $1250.
Wm Blow to Geo D Hughes, lot in
R Robinson to W S Robertson, 78
E. iR. O'Neal to Miss Ada Phillifs.
Geo. Long to Mrs, Ada L. Carnahan.
D. J. White to Mrs. Maggie Lkey.
Joe Jones to Miss Oda Sanders.
Frank Stinall. to Dellah Homback.
J. M. Guess to Miss Lena Terry.
Leonard Harp to Mary Wilson.
J. E. Ice to Miss Bessie Woods.
Wanted lu he ti.e hun
Tom was so much surprised at the
ehurch mu3ic on his first Sunday
1 WHEN YOU LEAVE HOME
II DETERMINED TO BUY
Don't let the dealer who handles some inferior preparation, talk
you into buying that "juit as good" kind, which so often proves
unsatisfactory. Insist on having
MADE TO WALK ON"
The kind that won't fade whsn exposed to sunlight
The kind with that
Finish that outshines and outwears all others.
It's for FLOORS, FURNITURE, AND ALL OTHER INTERIOR
WOODWORK, in all natural wood colors.
FOR SALE BY
ISwe &. Walker,
Seen and Unseen is the Principal Thing That We Are Determined to Preserve. In Many Cases Service Alone Can S&
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em wnen you sec tne
K W Nunn.dontiiU, I'rm Huildm
R. D. Moore and daughter, Mlns
Mary E. Moore, were here Saturday.
FOR LIMB nnd CEMENT, call at
Olive & Walker's hardware store.
R. L. Moore and W. E. Minncr
Presbytery at Sturgis last week
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Taylor, of near
Salem, were tho guests of Mrs. James
II. Hughes Saturday.
Plant your corn with a New John
Here two row Planter. Sold by Olive
Mrs. Gugonhcim and son, Samuel,
went to Providence last Sunday to
spend Easter. Thev returned homo
y .if-ring your chickens and eggs to
"XfVrris & Yates nnd got the highest
James Tollcy, tho timbor man, has
returned from a business trip to
Ky., and Dycrsburg, Tenn.
We will give 10 cents for a copy of
The Crittenden Record-Press, of March
11th, 1909, if brought in at once.
Sam Gugcnheim was in Evansvillo
Sunday attending, the "Feast of tho
Passover" services at the Jewish Synagogue.
Ho rctuned homo Monday.
Ezra Long and family have moved to
St. Louis, whore his brother, Roy Bolt,
has secured him a good job.
Pull blooded single comh Brown Leghorn
Eggs, 50 cents per setting of 15.
Watson W. Kick,
R. F. I). No. 2, Marion. Kv. -10 4t
R. S. Clark nnd wife, of Springfield,
Mo., who have been visiting their
friends in this city nnd the country,
left yesterday for their home.
Mi3s Chrk Avcritt, of San Hnrbnrn,
Oil., is spending tho spring in Kentucky
with her aunt, Mrs. Mary Clay
Dulaney, at Fredonin.
Mrs. Attn Ferrell, of Hnrrishurg,
III., and her beautiful little daughter,
tylny Marie, are suending tho month
with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H.
: TAYLOR & CANNAN
have found where 9
they can get good 2
and our trade con- S"
tinues to increase all tjjfc
the time in this de- g
We have them for 3
MEN, WOMEN AND SL
IN PATENST TANS jjg
KIDS and WHITE. S?
We Save You Money
When You Buy From Us. (g
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Warner Corsets s
dance he called out, "What is that?"
I said, "Hush! that's the organ."
And to my horror he yelled, "Oh! do
let me go and see the monkey." The
Delineator for May.
Devotional Meeting To Be Held At
Toe M. L ChHrcb April
Subject: "The appeal of our necessities."
Leader: Lee Byford.
Prayer, followed by song.
Responsive Reading. Psalms 37.
Scripture Reading, Mark 8: 1-9. MatV
14:14. Mark 2: 13-17.
Select gospel is the
response of divine love to the call of
our necessities. "-By Raymond Oliye.
In Hia divine human ministry-Jesua
wo responsive to the appeal of
rne temporal nscesaities of men." By
"Bodily healing was a large part cf
the ministry of Jeiu.MBy Elzie
. "But the greatest of all necessities
is that for spiritual grace." By
Open meeting for testimony and experience.
Shady Grove Millinery
To my lady friends and
all customers as well, I now
have my goods in for the season
and ready to save you
money. Come one and all
and see my goods. I have
the latest styles, and have an
up-to date stock at reason
Mrs. B. C. Birchfield.