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Price Cuts on
This great slaughter of Prices means a
harvest for you, such as no other house
will offer, or you have ever had the opportunity
ITS T0CL0SE0UT THESE LOTS
50 Pair $2.25 and $2. Pants for $1.25.
" " " 1.00.
25 " 4.00 " " 2.75.
25 " 3.50 and $3. " " 2.25.
One Lot $15.00 Suits For $10.00
" " " "
" " IO.00 u " 6.00
" " 8.50 Coat &. Pants 4.25
" " " "
100 Boys Suits 12 Price.
The Price on all the Above Lines has been Cut
through the Cost and Profit and it is well for you
to see them.
SeeTHuTPric Mens and
Boys Straw Hats
$1 .50 and $1 . Hats 75c & 50c
Come to Our Store
And take Advantage ot'the Great Bargain Sfiow
Don't Miss this Opportunity to Save Money,
Come In and Inspect our Values for Yourself.
With the Goods before You, you will agree
that these are the Best Bargain you have ever
seen, We are never undersold on Good of
Your money will always go
farther in opr store.
Let us show you our bargains and we will prove
to you that it pays Pays to Trade with us. Come
in and look the values over. You are welcome
whether you buy or not.
Dress Goods -White Goods -Lawns-Silks
Dry Goods. All kinds of Reliable Merchandise.
I We Give Gold Trading Stamps;
30h year, Circuiatien 4,000.
S. M. JENKINS Editor nd Publisher.
Entered ai matter February oth.
1007 at the postoffiee at Marion, Kentucky, under
a Act of Congress of March 3. 1S79.
STRICTLY CASH IK ADVANCE.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
Single copies mailed oj
I month malted to any address.... IS
5 months " " " ............ 75
1 year .5
4 years $-
CASH ADVERTISING RATES:
25c per inch S. C. to Foreign Advertisers.
20c per Inch S. C. to Home Advertisers
Repeated ads one-half rate.
Metal bases only used for Plates and Electros.
Locals 5c per line.
Locals toe Per line in twelve point type.
THURSDAY, July 8, 1909
Tha Bay View Season.
Wp are begining to hear much about
Bay View in Northern Michigan, amid
the groves on the shore of Lake Michigan.
Thirty-three years ago the place
was a wilderness; now it is the largest
summer city in the - we3t and one the
most beautiful spots in all the world.
Hundreds of cottages fill its pretty
terraces, their owners coming from
New York to Seattle, drawn by the
climate and advantages of that pleasant
place. Bay View combines the
seaside advantages of Ocean Grove
and the educational opportunities of
Chautauqau and has both in rich and
varied abundance. It is the seat of an
Assembly and n summer University of
great reputation, and in the season is
thronged with the most delightful people
in the land. Bay View is thoroughly
modern and makes much of recreations
and is now building a $12,000
swimming rool and bowling alley. This
year it adds two new departments to
its already full list of summer meetings.
One is a summer school in Household
Arts and Science, conducted by six
women of the highest reputation. The
other is a Bible Conference of all denominations,
in which will pariicipate
conspicuous divines and eminent laymen,
including such as Governors
Glenn, of North Carolina and Buchel;
of Colorado, and Judge Lindsey, of
Denver. The varied summer
fill forty-eight beautifully illustrated
pages in the Bay View Magazine,
copies of which can be had for the asking,
by addressing J. M. Hall, Boston
Boulevard, Detroit, Mich. The summer
meetings begin on July 12th, and
last five weeks.
IIn H'Cfeiire Biles,
Greenfield, Ind., July 7. Burleigh
HHI today died from the effects of
chigre bites and drugs administered for
With his wife, spent Sunday in a
grove and yesterday suffered all day
with chigres, the suffering becoming
unbearable toward evening. Drugs
were given him, after which the man
went into convulsions and continued in
agony until his death.
Young ManTlHedWhile "
al Phone Talking.
(Paducah News-Democrat June 29th.)
Lightning struck a telephone wire at
Sharpe. Marshall county, Saturday
night, killing Prof. Samuel B. Phelps,
who w a s conversing over the
'phone with a young lady friend. He
died instantly while the young lady escaped
uninjured. She was surprised
when Phelps voice ceased and only
learned of his death several hours later.
Phelps was twenty-six years old and
principal of a public school at Albion,
Okla. He recently came to his home
at Sharpe to spend the summer with
his mother, Mrs. Martha Phelps, widow
of Samuel Phelps, Sr- He was a very
intellectual young man and had many
She Blames The Brewing Company.
Cloverport, Kv.. July 7. Mrs Emma
Keys, widow of Jesse Keys, who was
stabbed to death in a gasoline boat by
Shelby and Wm. McCracken, brought
suit against the Cook Brewing Company,
of Evansville, Ind. She claims
the sale of their beer was the cause of
the drunkenness of the men, which resulted
in the death of her husband.
TO MAMMOTH GAVE
Crittenden County Excursion
To Mammoth Cave.
On July 29th, only $9.75
the round trip on regular
train from Clay 7:12 a. m ,
going by Nashville. This
amount includes the railroad
fare, board at hotel and admission
to several routes in
the cave. Limit on tickets
ten days. Write L. & N.
agent, Clay, Ky. 1 m.
All persons interested in the Crowell
grave-yard, are requested to meet
there Saturday afternoon, July 17th,
with tools prepared to clean ofT same.
Jas. R. Rodinson
Innovation al Prison.
Frankfort News: Now that the rule
of putting stripes only on those convicts
who break the" prison rules has
been established, it is almost a certainty
that the conduct of the prisoners
will be greatly improved. Given some
reward for which to work and some
definite goal to reach the convict will
eb stimulated to greater endeavor.
Then, too, no convict however hardened,
wants to be branded as a bad m in
even among bad men. When a visitor
at the prison sees oqly a few men in
stripes 1 .u all the others in gray
clothes, that visitor will know that the
man in stripes is a marked mm, by
reason of his conduct.
Let honesty be as the breath of thy
soul, and never forget to have a penny,
when all thv expenses are enumorated
and paid; then shalt thou reach tho
point of happiness, and independence
shall be thy shield, thy helmet and
crown; then shall thy soul upright, nor
stoop to the silken wretch because he
hath riches, nor pocket an abuse because
the hand whiqh offers it wears a
ring set with diamonds.
Seven Sentence Sermons.
The great man is he who does not
lose his childheart. Mencius.
Expediency i3 man's wisdom; doing
right is God's. George Meredith.
Light obeyed increaseth light;
Light resisted bnngeth night.
He that walketh humbly, walketh
A man educated in mind but not in
moral? is a menace to society. Roosevelt.
Absence of occupation is not rest,
A mind quite vacant ia a mind distressed;
An idler is a watch that wants both
As useless if it goes as if it stands.
Not to call attention to crowded work
or petty fatigues or trivial experiences;
To heal wounds which in times oast
my cruel and careless hands have
To seek no favor, nor compassion; to
deserve, not ask for tenderness;
Not to feel any uneasiness when my
advice or opinion is not asked, or
is set aside.
Archbishop Benson's Principles.
J B Easley's Residence Struck
twice Same Day by Lightning.
Duing tho electrical storm over
this region Saturday evening and
night the ho o of John Kasley across
the river was struck twice, the char
ges pretty heavy A fine double
barrelled shot gun sat in one of tho
rooms and was stuttered and torn up
by the first bolt and just in a fow
seconds another bolt deconded into
another room and demolished a splen
did ropcating army rifle whioh hung
there and it is supposed tho steel
barrels of the guns drew or attracted
tho thunder bolts. Gus Paris, of
PAG 3 FOUR CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, JULY
N,2Jlr ilWrr Villi "3Jl vMKf S.' "ilC SC " HC vvicr -Nier -&!& b JZ vgfcf "AIIC ' -""" KlilJi'
rUU I WLrtn summer shoes
Every Item Shows a
You Can Sure Save
On Stylish-New- a n d
Ladles $1.75 and 1.50 Vice For $1.25
1.75 Patent " 1.25
2.25 Tan " 1.50
Childrcns lowcut shoes
at les than the Price to
$2.00, $1.75 and $1.50 Qualities for
$1.65, $1.35 and $1.15
Patents Tans Vlci.
You will appreciate the Extra
Profits Cut-prices Afford You
pur town, was a guost tn the Kaslcy
liomc!at tunc. Hardin Kra.
Knock Out For Branch Banks.
The Court of Appeals, in a recent
decision, gives a knock-out blow to
branch banks. In a lcngth docision
the court says that, under the banking
laws of the state, branch banks
hare no right to exist.
The court draws a strong comparison
botweon the business of banks
and other corporations as affecting
the public It says: Wo bcliero
ihat safe and conservative banking
methods, t lie protection of public,
the security of depositors and the
interest of the stockholders demand
that banks shall have only one place
at which to carry on busineHs.".Kx.
H. C. McCord Dead.
Mr. llonty Clay McCord died
Thursday at the home of his brother,
W. It. McCord, at Crofton, of dropsy
He had been confined to his room
for several months and his death was
not unexpected. Tho deccaccd was
formerly a tnorelmut of Crofton ind
was at one titno a Justici f the
Peace of that district.
Ho moved to Hampton several
yeard ago where he was in business
until forced to abandon it from ill
health. His wife, who was Miss
Bowling, and one daughter, survivo
Interment at Armstrong graveyard,
Happened to Serious Acclcent
Mrs. Johnson Crjdrr, Sr. hap
penod to a most distressing and
sorious acoidcut Sunday morning a'
her homo near Cridcr, this county.
She was just ready to leave her home
for ehuroh at Bothlchoim, when tho
horse, which was hitched at tho gate,
reared and fell. Mrs. Cridcr hurried
down to tho gate, and tho animal
in piunging and struggling to get
upon its feet struck her on tho shoulder
with its head, knooking her violently
to tho ground and breaking
Mrs, Cridor js 75 years of age,
and taking this into consideration
together with tho oxtrene hot weather,
her frionds regard her condition
as grave. -Princeton Loader.
Some of us find tho very first conflict
of all hard enough tho fight
with self Hcv. Ch.rlos V Kkcd
Baptist, New York.
An itnuicnto amount of fiction
will he saved when we can loaru to
tolerate nno another's idiosyncrasies.
Hcv C. K Nash. Univnralist.
Lns Angeles, Ca.
Tho piety that is born of raoo and
prosperity is a failure, emptier thing
than the pity that is born nf struggle
and sacrifice. -Hov. Kobort H.
Carson, Presbyterian, Brooslin, New
There are certain great constructive
forces operating in the lives of
all men and it is not always easy to
understand what they are. -Rev.
Luther II. Wilson, Methodist.
Tho truly honest life is honorable.
It docs not stretch itself up ang imprudently
boast of its virtue, but
ask Gcd to be merciful to "mc, a
sinnor." -Rev, C. A. Vincent,
To restore man to himself, to his
place in nature, to society and to God
was the mission of tho Son of Man,!
and it ts tho suprome mission of his
ohuroh in tho twentinth rontury.
-Rev. James H. Clayton, Baptist,
Wo talk too much about our
Tho world is gotting better
every day, because the greatest
hiudrance of all, that whioh is found
in oooself, is being overcome. There
is not a day when somebody is not
dying for othors -Rov. Frederic K.
The truth is tho Rook of Ages.
Just in bo far as Jesus in his spirit
and MTa represented tho truth ho is
tho Rook of Ages This is tho stone
that his boon so often rejootod and
that must be tho foundation of all
righteous character and enduring
civilization. -Rov. John W.
No form of roligion and no reli
gious oxpenanco can oxempt us from
tho moral oonsoduoncos of our own
actions. Wo cannot avoid the issues
of oharaoter, 'and thoso aro determined
by previous conduct. The drunkard
and debanoheo reap the physical
disasters of their violation of physio
al law, and a thousaand Christs
oould not preyont it. '"Whaiaoovor
a man sowoth, that Hhall ho also
roap." -Rov. James B. Clayton,
A business man ean't suooeod in
tin- higher seme unles he is a Chris
tun. Men do not snccetxl in business
or fil in business batjso uf
religious holiofs. No man ought to
b o rich that he becomes a power
greater tlun the government in which
he lives and which protects him. A
man with riches that in ikon him
greater than the government in
whioh he live becomes an empire
within an empire. Whon a man or
men become as great as that, he or
they have to ho got rid of or the
pcoplo weeome subservient to him or
them. No Christian can allow himself
to be associated with any business
of a shady nature. No Christian
can bo successful in tho Christian
sense who mades his money by
oppression and robcry and by killing
competion, Competition and struggle
are essential to life. -Rev. Dr.
Charles A. Keton, Baptist. New
Thcro arc many mysteries in the
stories of the rcsu rrcction, but never
for a moment have wo any doubt- of
the truth of them all. I don't believe
believe in eternal punishment, but
somehow or someway welch you and
I know not about God has provided
that every child of his shall be saved.
That does not, however, put the
stamp of approval on a life of ctn.
I think the spirit of this day is nut
tho spirit that appeals to foar, but
tho spirit that appeals to do lov
It docs lot enter the mind of man
just what God has prepared for us,
but ho has revealed it by his spirit.
-Rov. A. B. Shields, Mpiscopalian,
Ah Christ is one in essence w ih
his Father, m does ho claim to bo
identified with tne Father in honor,
identical in power, idonticalln vrlnry.
Ho insists on being helieved by the
tho samo faith, trusted by the sanio
hope and loved with .the samo intensity
of affection nf his Father. In a
word, he legislates ns a God, ho
p rdons as a God, he judges as a
God, ho punishes as a God, he
rowardo as a God, ho is honorod and
adored as a God. Ho oxacts
as a God, he is to bo loved
more than fathor or mothor, brother
or sister, husband or wifei moro than
angolB, or archangels, principalities
or power in short, -Boro than all
that is not God. Then is no
ground to stand upou. Wo must
either deny his moral excellence ar
dcolaro his divinity. Cardinal JaB,
Gibbons, Roman Catholic, Baltimore
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