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PBIL iCth. 1000, CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, PAGESE EN
LouHvile, Kv., Apr mar
ket stonily nnd fnirly active.
lonod to choice export. . $ 5.5") a 5.75
iod to choice butchers . $-1 75 a 5.00
Medium to good butchers.. L76 a 5.00
Ifinod te choice stockcrs 3.05 a 3.85
iMedium to Rood stockers 3.IK) a 3.25
Common to mediun stock-
,.n, 4.00 a 4.50
hoad to ch dee bullhorn ...4.75a 5.50
fModium to goodbutchen. -.4 00 a t.fO
Common to mi'dium .. . 3.50 a t.OO
Good to choice stockcrs 3.00 a 3.50
Common to medium stocker-
Good to choice butcher . .4 00 a 1. 00
Medium to gool butcher .3 21 a 3 JO
Fair to good txlngnn - 3.50 a 3.75
Commnn ... .2.25 a 3.25
Good to choic butchers . . 1.25 a 4.'5
Meiium to Rood butchers 3.75 a 4 25
Common to medium
,. 3 23f0
Cnnners nnd cutrors 1.50 a H 00
Good to choice milchors JO.OO u 50.00
Medium to god milcher 30.00 a 35 On
( otnnioii t p'am niUohem 15 00 nZfi.OU
(iOihI tn rhoioe veals B.COn C.0
.Me 1mm to i'v .6.P0 a 5.50 ,
( y nv'ii S.60 n 4.00
'i f " .
Co I ....- f ' !." n 4.H0
Fair t i t'Mil mxl ,'Jft a X. 75
Rough and fMihiwag . 2.5(1 n 4.09
Good to extra 8.88 a X 6C
Far lo pkmI ticks a. 7.1 n Si.Stf
Vb i e 25 n l-M
Fair t -1 4 no a 4.U&
Spring & OH a fi.Sft
Or. JVJ. Ravdin.
I'ruonei Limited in llnoiinci
wid IMp1" of ttid
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Ichel Clock Cor. 3rd and
Mnin (J ! fitted
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Arizona., British Columbia,
California, Colorado, Idaho,
Mexico, Montana, Nevada,
New Mexico, Oregan, Saskatchewan,
Texas, Ut a h ,
Washington and Wyoming.
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SKJIITS OF t'Vlti:ST.
V Sleep, No Kest, No Peine for the
Sufferer from Kidney Troubles.
No peaco for the kidney sufferer
I'nln and distress from morn to
(lot up with a lame bnck.
Twinges of backnebe bother you
Dull nrhlng breaks votir rest at
Urinary dlsoidem add to your misery.
Get at the cause cure the kidneys
Doan's Kidney Pills will work th"
They're for the kldnevs only
Have mntle great cures In Marlon
W. I Tabor. Marlon, Ky , sas
"I suffered for ten years from kidney
trouble There were sovere pains
In the small of mv back. I was unable
to sleep well and arose In (ho
morning feeling very lamo nnd sore
1 was always tired, languid and
Jus. bendacbes were rrequeni nnti I
'"en suffered from dizzy spells Mv
eyesight was affected and there wtin
often 'i blurring before mv eves. M
kldnevs were also disordered, the
secretions passing too frequently n" d
when allowed to stand, depositing n
heavy sediment It wn Hnally n
good fortune (o hear of Iloan's
ney Pills and I procured a box i!
HnyiiCR ft Tavlor's drug store I
used thMn nreordlng to dlreet'onm
nnd In three weeks felt great relief
Thus encouraged, I eontnu"d
the remedy and tho contend) of
one box mndo n complete cure. 1
recommend Poan's Kidney Piir.s to
nnyonn suffering from kidney
For Bale by nil dealers. Price r.O
conts. Co.. Huffa'')
Now York sole rs""'" for fie
Remember the nnni" --Denn's
and take no other.
FRANK SHERCLIFFE REVEL IN
CRIME BUT LOVES WIFE AND
HIS TWO CHILDREN.
(MAKES REMARKABLE ESCAPE
Captured While Seeking Healthier Climate
for Family, He Leapt,
Handcuffed, Through Window
of Speeding Train.
lhu Moines, lu That Frank Sher
cllffe, the uotorlouH dlumond robber,
who Iiiih JiiHt oscu;l finm the Colorado
uutiiorltloa titid whose dating career
haw ecllphfd oven thai of Tracy,
the outlaw, lias a Htrnngel) dual Haiti,
e Is e.ik:ic.il b b'tters wblch bo
h :u in bit i(y In Ilea Moines only a
J. I. ore be made bin sensj
bf.eulveg all oer (he countty call
.ch. litre tlie inuBt desperate- criminal
In ever knew. A slender little while
laced woman In Dea Moines calU III in
liio boat husband a woman ever bad.
Shoreline made one of the most
escapes eer recorded In
criminal history. While being taken
to the state penitentiary at Canon
Llt a few das ago to serve a 20 year
M'Uieueo for the murder of a Colorado
FHlootikeuper IK ".ears ngo Shorcliffo
eludeil the two deputies who bad hltu
In charge by leaping through a ear
window while the train was going 10
tuilrs an hour and mnUu hie encae lu
When bis wlfo heard the news she
crid for Jo) 3h rcllffe wan married
io Me Ileijrs'roin. n Ib Moines girl,
f ur year ago Phr Is a prtt girl
and a tab'tiPd muaiilan During Ida
married life heru Kiiercliffu had evidently
reformed and lived a sober.
life It wa when be left
the state to seek a better climate for
! vlff' lioallh that bts old oiemitns
ttalihtil htm and railroaded him to
Colorado to answer to a murder
ThMt Slirrcllffe'a tboiiKhts were with
bis wi.'r and two little children, even
while the vbadow of the big
loomed near lilm. Is evidenced by
letters scrawled In lead pencil on prls
7 ' J
-. Tfn VZ. i ". ,
- A I J
He Leaped Through the Car Window
i'ti paper and written onl a few das
before he made bis hensailnual escape
Slu'itiian Morris, alias Frank Sher
cllffe. has bnd one of the most re
mnrkable criminal careers of an man
lUIng Alone mid single banded he
held up n New York diamond merchant
on a train near Missouri Valley,
robbed hint of $10,000 worth of
diamonds, pulled the bell cord, and
when the train slowed up leaped off
Into the darkness He was not captured
until months afterward, when a
force ol Plnkerton detective were put
on bis trail
When be confessed the crime ho
implicated a notorious politician and
gambling king. The latter was tried,
and Shercllffe told a startling story,
In which It was shown that be waa
back of n big diamond robbery and
that Shercllffe had been his tool.
claimed that after robbing the
train be bad received none of the
booty. The politician was not
however, and from Uint time on he
and Shercllffe have been aworu enemies
The diamond robbery was only one
of the events In Shercliffe'a sensational
career. Single handed he held up
aomo of tho biggest gambling houses
in Colorado. On one occasion
donned the rig of a cowboy, held
up n gambling palace, escaped with a
rich haul, douned the a' tire of a so-city
swell and 15 minutes later was
out mingling with tho crowd to help
hunt the desperado.
After the trial, howover, Shorcllffo
promised Gov. Cummins to reform and
that executive denied tequlsltlon papers.
In Iowa Shercllffe was eafe. A
few months ago he ventured out to
Michigan to find n suitable place to
:noo his family, tha doctor having oi
dered change of cllmatu for his wire
It was then that he wan seized on n
chat go of an old murder and railroad
ed to Coloindo.
Concrete Buildings for Exploslvcc.
Following n practical domonstratlou
of 1U value in that field, the government
will use couctete buildings tn
hlca to store explosives in the catmi
Tho Roman Catholic church In all
tho world Sunday, April 4th, commemorated
the triumphal entry of
Christ Into Jerusalem, when multitudes
of peoplo sprend their garments
and palm branches in the way,
shouting, "Ilosannn to the Sou of
David; Hlcsscd Is ho that somcth In
the name of tho Lord; Ilosannn In
"Palm" Sunday Is the name given
to the Inst Sunday In Lent after the
' ustom of blessing branches of pnlm
trees or other trees In those
where palms cannot be secured
I'nlms were used In this Important
rntry becnuso they wore then regarded
as an emblem of victory. The
ilnto of tho first observance of Pnlm
Sunday by tho church Is uncertain,
but It Is believed to have started with
the Greek church during the fourth
An old custom of procedure In tho
Roman church, now rtnly existing In
some parts of Spnln nnd South America,
was to have a priest impersonate
Christ and ride on an nss at the head
of a procession of priests.
The Roman church of todnv has
Its priests present pnlm branches to
each mombor of the congregation
which they are supposed to reverently
preserve The palms which nre
left over from tho service arc burnt
nnd tho nshes kept until the follow-Ing
Ash Wednesday on which day
thev arer used to mark "the Blgn
of the Cross on tho faithful."
The custom of blessing nnd preserving
palms wns discontinued lu
the Church of England together with
the other ceremonies of the Roman
church at the time of the Reformation
during the reign of Kdwnrd VI
Under the U S ling 22.000.000
Catholics, about one-fourth of the entire
population, observed Pnlm
nnd celebrated Kaster Sunday on
April 11th. Ex.
Words To Frer The Soul,
"Your son hn consumption? His
crmo is hopele. " These appalling
worn were to (Jeo. E. Hlovens,
n lending merchant of Springfield, N
C bvtwoexpeit doctor -on" a lung
specialist. Then was aliown the wonderful
power of Dr. King New Discovery.
"Aftr weeks use,"
writes Mr Ilieutna, "ho was as well its
ovei. I wouki not tnki all th money
in the world f r what it did for mv
bov." Infallible for Cough and Cold,
its the snfent. surest cure of desrwr.Ve
Lung diseniea on earth. r'c. and fl.00
Ounrnntee satisfaction. Trial bottle
Tree. Hnynes & and J. H.
HENS LAV HAM AND EGGS FOR
'Junkers Not Supposed to Lie, Hut-Well,
.lust Read This.
Philadelphia, April 15 A special
from Norwnlk, Conn , to the
Record says Officer John 11 Smith,
of the locnl police force, has a brood
of hens which, from a persistent
diet of ham clippings nnd pork rinds,
lay eggs that, when cooked, cannot
be told from n full-fledged
of ham and eggs The yolks
are hard and ham-like in appearance,
while tho whites of the eggs
retain their old nppearance nnd
taste. At present the eggs arc a
trifle too salt, but, but a slight application
of sugar In their diet,
Smith, who Is n poultry fancier of
long experience, Is bringing bis
unique production up to a state of
n died or fried, the eggs make an
Ideal breakfast Eaten rnw, they
nr. Mld (o be delicious. Smith
also hns started another brood on n
diet of cheese with a view to producing
eggs thnt will pass for Welsh
Louisville is goine; to have
an exposition. April 12 to 24,
plcse tell the people that for
the. Southern Electrical and
Industrial Exposition, Louis-vile,
Ky., the I. C Rail Road
will ell tickets on April 12,
15, 17, 19, 22 ana 24th Only.
Limit for return April 26,
rate, $6.20 for the round trip.
W. L. Venner Agt.
TOWN IN SALT AND SKED.
Seicral Plant Iteds Destroyed In
Trigg County Lately.
Several plant beds In Trigg county
have been destroyed during the past
weok. Two beds, one belonging to
T. N. Wellington nnd tho other to
C It. Wadllngton, near Caledonia,
were sown In salt. Both beds were
on T. N. Wellington's farm close
together. C. It. Wadllngton Is one
of the best association men In tho
county, pledging bis tobacco last fall
for three more years. His father,
while a former association man, sold
his tobacco in Hopkinsville some time
ago. Monday night of this week
every bed of Elmo Jones' farm nenr
CJlonwood and one bed belonging to
Buster l'ntterson, n negro living on
tho Hlnns farm, and who lived with
Mr Jones last year, were Bown In
The people of this county are opposed
tO a ronewnl of Mm Irmililna
jthnt have prevailed moro or less
over this part of tho stnto during the
'past jenr or more, and It Is hoped
.that no further depredations will
Cadiz (Kyi Record, 9.
Swept Over Mingnra.
This terrible calamity often happens
because a cureless boatman iVnores the
river's warning - prow inr liuph.s and
faster current - Nature's warnings are
kind. That dull pain or ache in the
back warns you the Kidneys need at
ttntion if you would escape maladies
Dropsy, Diabetes or Bright's disease.
Take Electric Bitters at once and Bee
Backache fly and your best feeling return.
' 'A f ter long sulTcring from weak
kidneys and lame back, one $1.00 bottle
wholly cured me," writes J. R.
Ulankerihhip, of Tenn. Only 50c
at Hnynes & Taylor's and J. H. Orme'a
O.N THE DAYS AT HOME.
Here are some good reclpeB for
such n function:
ISreiul nnti Hotter Wafers Ubc fine
grained white bread at least a day
old. Shave off tho crust, butter the
loaf Burface, then cut with a knife
of almost razor sharpness, making
tho bread so thin that it curia. Pile
these curls on the brend pinto and
cover until needed, to keep them
Mis. Hopkins Sayh Her Life Was
Kmed Clinked mid Gasped
"Some fixe ears ago I wns taken
with a bad attack of bronchitis. I
was affected with a bronchinl cough
nnd cold, the cough was generally
much more apparent at night, and
I would wake up choking and
for brenth. nnd there seemed to
be a terrible stoppage In my throat
rd tubes My throat was tender
nrd Irritable, and had nn aching
KcnFatlon. which wns especially bad
limes I doctored nnd used several
remedies, but received no
relief until I used Hyomel.
This remedy Is certainly Infallible
and It saved my life, and I accord
It the credit which It deserves. There
is nothing too strong for me to sny
j regarding Hvomel " Mrs Ada
'Hopkins, s Cutter Ave. Coldwaler.
Mich . August 22, 1008.
Hayes ft Taylor sell Hvomel (pronounced
and they guarantee
It to cure bronchitis, catarrh,
nsthmn. froiip. hay fever, coughs
nnd colds or money back.
The prbe for n romuleto outfit Is
'nlv $1 (10. which Includes a bottle
f Hvom'l and a neat bnrd rubber
Italian Sandwiches Cut brend,
buttor lerv thin, but not thin
enough to curl, nnd put slices together
with a mixture made by chopping
very fine a pound ench of cold
boiled bam and the white meat of
chicken, then rubbing to a cream
with tho olks of two hard-boiled
eggs, one sweet pepper scalded then
chopped nfter removing the seeds
nnd stem, n teaspoonful of cream,
and celery salt to taste Trim off
crust, then cut In oblongs, small
squnres or triangles.
riHlflrnn Who am SicKlv
Motlieri who alnr thi'lr own romfnit and Ihr
welfare of ibrir chlliltcn hv." ' .- Jm without
i box of Mother Grr SweM I'rm.lcr for
Children for u thrmf"nit the eon They
ti'raV up r"rM Cure Feverihnr. Coniiptlcn.
Teetlili'B I)lo'.!e- llmloh nl Smninch trouble
h ,11 Urne Strr ur Hon't rrr
A trial package will be int I'Kl K io any
mother who will addien Allen S Olmtled. LeKov
New York Mar 4-n Apr is Mav I June
Wnlnut Drop Mix half n pound
of chopped English walnut meats
with an equal qunntlty of granulated
sugar, half a cupful of sifted
flour and hnlf a teaspoonful of baking
powder, stirring in last of all two
well-beaten eggs. The batter should
be soft enough to drop from a spoon,
nnd If It Is too stiff thin it with a
little milk. Drop In tenspoonfuls
on buttered pnper nnd bake In n
SKnge Drops These are delicious
with chocolate and are made by beating
to a froth the whites nnd yolks
(separately) of four eggs. Mix with
the olks three teaspoonfuls of powdered
sugar and nn equal quantity
of Dour, then add the whites and a
wine-glass of water, boating
well Flnvor with half n
of lemon extrnrt. ilron on
buttered paper and sift powtlered
sucnr over the top. Bake until of j
a light brown, then put together two .
nnd two with n tiny spreading of'
strawberry or raspberry Jam. )
Use smnll cups for tho chocolate .
nnd make It rich, using half a pint
of milk to nn ounce of irrnted nn.
sweetened chocolnte which rub to a
paste with a few drops of warm
water Put In nn enamel saucepan,
heat the milk to the boiling ponlt,
and pour over the chocolate. Sweeten
to the taste with powdered sugar,
then boll for four minutes, with
constant stirring. Take from the
fire, and flavor with vanilla extract,
using hnlf a teaspoonful to every pint
of milk Top with whipped cream
Just before pnsslng tho cup to a
guest Some people like a shake of
wwdereil cinnamon orn the cenm
Lillian Dynevor Rico In Tho Clrclo
Magnzlno for April.
Some of our uhprihers ho not
nid oi Some bfivc t ot tm'd
renewal In nnbr induco tbem
i pnv ln'foro rhv gp( bnsv with
iieirer"P" We wi'l irive. to tin'
fi'it iiO who PM's n eiiliunrip'tunF
IN Al'ltll. fro., one "Thi- Firm
Helper M i.'N7iie," ;tith'hiil '
ft pr "ovi It. I ml,
TK ('UITTKNPKV HkO'IHP PlM'sw
This h the most dimjernus time of
I the ena to ctteh cold, and it is the
hmi'O't tim to cure it. If you should
tnke .. 'told, a few docs of Kenedy's
Laxniie Courrh Syrup will act very
promptly. Its laxative principle cures
tne cold by driving it from the svstem !
by n gentle but natural action of the
bowels. Children especially like Kennedy's
Laxative Cough Syrup as it
tastes so good, nearly l'k maple su
gar. It sold by all Dealers. 40 3m i
A quick and powerful remedy is needed to break up an attack of croup.
Sloan's Liniment has cured many cases of croup. It acts instantly when
applied both inside and outside of the throat it breaks up the phlegm, reduces
the inflammation, and relieves the difficulty of breathing.
gives quick relief in all cases of asthma, bronchitis, sore throat, tonsilitis,
and pains in the chest. Price, 25c. soe., ud i.oo.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass.
For Dyspepsia and Indigestion
If you Suffer from Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Gas on
the Stomach, Belching, Sour Stomach, Heart-burn,
etc., a little Kodol will Relieve you almost Instantly
Kodol supplies t ho-same dijret ivc
Juices that are found In a healthy
Momach. UehiK a liquid, it M.arts
digestion at once.
Kodol not onlj digests ,our food,
hut helps jouenjo ecrjmouthful
You ileal a sufllcient amount of
pood, wholesome food to maintain
Mringth and health.
Hut, this food must Iks digested
thoroughly, otherwise, the pains of
indigestion and djspepsia are tho
When your Momach cannot do its
work properly, take something to
help jour stomach. Kodol is tho
only thhrg that will gie the stomach
Why? Because Kodol does the
same work as a strong stomach, and
does it In a natural wa.
I1YNAMITEKS WRECK LOUISIANA
Destruction KeMilt of Feud Betweei
Itice Growers and Grazers
Lake Charles, La., April 15 News
of the dynamiting and complete destruction
of the Mermcntau dam at
Grand Chenlere, about 40 miles
south of here, several nights ago,
has been brought to Lake Charles by
those on a returning mall boat.
The dam was built at a cost of
nearly $100,000 by the rice growers
of Southwest Louisiana This Is the
third time that a dam there has been
For many years a bitter controversy
has gone on between the rice
growers through whose efforts the
dam wns built, and cattle raisers of
and the more you scratch the more you itch. Your
ifcia is en fire your lips and mouth are dry with the
agony cf it your whole body is worn out with the
i I l. 1fl
can't put cut the fire with your
LittelFs Liquid Sulphur
Stops Itching Instantly
And because of its wonderful penetrating and germicidal qualities
comes in direct contact with and kills the germ that causes the disease.
A positive cure for any skin disease on earth Eczema, Psoriasis, Herpes,
Tetter, Shinglec, Acne, Ringworm, Barber's Itch, Itch, Poison
Oak, Ivy Poison, Hive i,Pimples, BoilsandCarbuncks,Sunburn, Prickly
Heat, Bites and Stings of Insects, Cuts, Bums and Scale!;,
all diseases of the skin or scalp whether caused bv heredity, contagion,
weather, accident, chafing or impure blood.
bottle sent postpaid to any address for 1 0c in
stamps. Ample to prove 19 you the curative
value of LittelHa Liquid Sulphur ia aB ilria
North 2nd Street SU I Mil. Mo.
SOLD BY Juo
So. don't neplect your stomach.
Don't become a chronic dyspeptic.
Keep jour stomach healthv and
st roup bv taking a little kodol.
You don't haie to take Kodol all
the time. You only take It when
jou need it.
Kodol Is perfectly harmless.
Go to your rirupglM today and pet a
liottlo Theu uftrr you liuvfuvrd the
contents of the bottle If you can
liuiifstly Mty that ItluiB Dot done you any
eood, return the bottle to the druRKlst and
lie will tcfuud your money
or doluy. We will then pay tho drug-Cist.
Don't hesitate, all druegUt know
that our guaranty Is good. This offer applies
to tbo lurjfo bottle only and to but one
In a family. The large bottle contalnoSK
times us much as the fifty cent bottle.
Kodol Is prepared at the
of E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago.
Cameron parish, in which it waa located.
The former claimed that It
was essential to keep salt water from
tbo gulf out of the Mermentau river
and Its tributaries, while the latter
declared that much of their stock
was drowned by the overflow thus
The situation was brought to the
attention of the war department last
fall, but after an exhaustive hearing
on tho subject the department decided
to take no action either for the
dam's removal or maintenance.
The best known pills and the best
pills ma'e are De Witt's Little Eaily
Risers They are small, fay to take
fentle and certain, are sold by all
Druggist. 40 3m
STOP SCRATCHING! you