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sir. 19, 1912, THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS PAGE FIV1 1
IMWtMMJtJIMiMtmMDs ftftfift fiftfi
IiM lady's watch.
f . i lm-. Horse Head
C) arc hard to fit and hard to suit in Clothing
s it Will pay you iu see our line, wo iiiuku u
r' SpCCullllV Ul tluiiiniK mm iuukb won, wuuia
J( well, and fits well and the price well you
C" come nee if ve haven't the host and cheap-
v i st ou ever looked at.
. . .
Itb" if Vtfkii VAiir i iw Kct
c ,WM ' ..' :r
; Corset-tan ror warners
t r i raved on back. Reward.
1). W. Stone, Marion.
Mrs . 11. Crawford, who
i ist week from an
r . . r ii tn Central Kv.. left
ifu'rnoon to visit Mr.
Malcom Wilkey at
$mhi worth of ware will
0il .MA.IU.OllU SOU! iltuui
u . m.ly, Sept. 30 to Oct.
5. T. H. Cochran & Co,
Mr a?d Mrs. W. B. Yandell
ami Mr and Mrs. J. M. Freeman,
who spt tit two weeks at Hill
Spring have returned to the city
mjch In efittcd by the outing.
Lei' ljislcy and sister, Mrs.
Mir Shuttlesworth, who
1 . the State fair last week
at 1 ..sulle, have returned
hnti. While there they were
th .. .ts of Mr. nnd Mrs. Leon-
ar 1 . i h . old friends from this
U Milne and his corps of
ass ,iits have completed their
c "( contracts here and de-l'
'or other fields. Fulton
vi ibiblv he their next base
t , Mtidiis.
BE A TRIFLE FURTH
LOOK HERE BOYS
Then tell your mother about
it. We have the nicest line of
knee pants suits in the county
pretty patterns, latest styles,
and best quality, all this coupled
with low price makes it
Mrs Emma Love of the Sheridan a meeting.
NIFTY DRESS GOODS
The very latest weaves,
silks, plain and fancv
and velvet corduroys. You
remember how hard they were
to get last season and they are
stronger now than ever. Come
while .m can gv t them.
iur - uwnuU. UUw ..w v...v...
i I I'icKens leit
afternoon to look our demonstration weeK, as
r . i
the crops on lis line larm that special oner applied to
,t State. that week ONLY, Sept. 30
fence with one single and to Oct. 5.
: gate for sale. I T. II. Cochran & Co.
W. B. Milne. . .
.Irvol Fnrmpr IS showinir some
in Roberts and family, of lfine 8ampic 0f copper ore of
neighborhood a few days last) pEQPLE WHO KNOW
week They will leave in a short . t b
time for a visit to John E. Bettis b
TIC RANGE during our
r.nd family of Hemlock, Ga. They
will be gone several weeks. , demonstration week. YOU
,. would too if you knew. Read
The implicit conlldcnco Hint mnny ,, .
nin h.vo in chamboriam'8 Colic, our biff add m this paper.
Cholera und Diarrhocn Remedy is T. H. Cochran & Co.
founded on their experience in the use
of that remedy nnd their knowledge of jS9 Sybie Belt of Sheridan
remnrkable cureH of colic, Mr an(J
the many Q Wftg tjje RUest 0
and dysentery that it ban
diarrhoea Belmear at Dawson
.ITcctrf. For ale by all dealer . g ,agt weck. has turned
Charles U. Pndon, of
burg, will probably move to Ma-. knows his
put! Your neighbor
Hon or its vicinity soon to
his children in the Marion Grad-1 Majestic Range uses little
ed High School. Come on Char- fuel bakes perfect heats
lie, we'll be glad to have ou abUndance of water good
and your family. ! an(j j10t and costs practically
T J. Yandell. the genial tank-,nothing for repair?. Let Us
er, returned Monday to his post show you wjiy, Call during
at' the window of the Manon Demonstration week,
Bank. He accompanienmsj 30 to Oct. 5.
daughter. Miss Katie, to Mex, ,a ,Scpt. &
Mo., where sne win ui..v. ...-
famous Hardin College. Mjss Myra Dixon left Monday
W T McConnell left Monday for Oxford. Ohio, to attend Col-for
the St. Louis markets to ( lege.
chase the fall and winter stock , Mf A E Hodge of Eddyville
for the firm of McConnell &wng th(J guest of Rev. v. L.
Nunn. ' Mr. McConnell has large gtone ,agt Friday and Saturday.
experience as a n"11 Ed-
.. Misses Myrtle Stone
,:Z Xto the Kucs,SiOf
mcu Will n F ckens last rnuuy
Miss Mabel Minncr has gone wmQ near Tribune.
ulated on having
to Shawneetown, aml Mrs. J. W. Huffman
TCtimC wlfet i U)- ' of' IwronUurg. Tenn have
Adams, whose Mnrion and taken J.
to be cohm a oun
health. They are neeiu Qn Mm..
...aiiin their Frank
r. -1.1 Cf
rill a cirl of so fine a cimrncier gnniiuiu o-
Miss Mabel Minncr. , Prof. p D. Stone left last Fn-
! ,r,rcsMth Opera dnvenronte to Bowline Green
to finish his school cours.
LADIES and MISSES
Tailored Suits and Cloaks. If
you want the "Up-to-Now" in
Suits and Cloaks just come to
us we're ready to serve you.
T. H. Cochran & Co.
Miss AnnaFindley who attended
the State Fair and visited her
brother, A. W. Findley at Louisville
for the past 10 days returned
home Wednesday afternoon.
Edna and Miss Myrtle Stone of
Oakland section, were in town
one day last week.
LU WOBK OUARANTteo
F. W. NUNN,
! orrici n m,
I res. 55 s
.H H.4I i4
Rev. J. B. McNeely will fill his
regular appointment at Crooked
Creek, next Saturday and Sun
day. The public is invited.
Homer Moore and Sylvan Price
are attending the Kentucky
State College at Lexington.
Miss Ruby Bigham of the
Chanel Hill section who was a
visitor in the Hurricane section
returned home last week. ,
SOMETHING FOR NOTHING
$8.00 worth of ware for nothing
is worth your time to investigate.
See our big add
on the back of this paper.
T. H. Cochran & Co.
Kenneth Kimpton of Chicago
who spent the summer vacation
here the guest of his uncle, G.
P. Roberts, left for home last
week to enter school.
Mr and Mrs. Gus Taylor and
daughter, Marie, spent Friday
night in the city enrouteto their
home in M irhn from Cincinnati.
FOR SALE. -Seven year old
black mare mule on 12 months
time with security.
Ira Bradburn, R. F. D. 5.
Winter is coming and you and
each member of your family will
need shoes. Summerville has
them at wholesale prices. Go get
Miss Esther Barnett leaves today
for Louisville on a shopping
trip and to visit friends a few
days after which she will return
home and make preparations to
enter college in the east.
D. C. Roberts of Carrsville
was in the city Wedsday enroute
Prof. W. E. Wilcox is earnestly
desiring the repeal of the
Hot Haniberger any time
Mrs. Alvis Stephens who has
ben quite ill for several weeks
Miss Texie Wheeler and j
is reported somewhat improved
which will be gratifying news to
her many friends.
Mr. Paul Cox of Fredonia,
passed through here yesterday,
enroute to Lexington to enter
Kentucky University for the
year. Mr. H. V. McChesney
joined him here and accompanied
him up for the day. Frankfort
Hot Hamberger at anp time at
State Fair Party.
Dr. J. N. Todd and wife I. C.
Lowery and wife, Mrs. Stella
McElroy and Miss Lola Clift, of
Fredonia, attended the State Fair
at Louisville this week.
Hot Hamberger any time at
J DR. W. H. CRAWFORD J
J DENTIST J
All Work Guaranteed J
I Gas and Somnoform used for f
J PAINLESS EXTRACTION J
( Of fide over Marion Ban (
DON'T YOU KNOW
about our shoes? Well they are piling in
almost daily. The real new styles for
Fall and Winter. You know our reputation
for handling good shoes, and we can
not afford to lower the standard. So you
can depend on us for good shoes.
TAYLOL & CAJNAN The Quality Store
Around The Corner of a "Square Deal" But the Roads jg
Are Much Better. You Will Save Time and Money- s
jj By taking the Square Deal road to our store, where you'll find a house full of first class merchandise at very
low prices considering tnc quality.
Together With The Assurance of a "Square Deal" With Every Purchase.
jC; Having just returned from market and having our many customers in mind while making selections for them, s
,, we have secured the very latest and choicest articles handled in Dry Goods, Notions, Ready. to-Wear Clothing g
ror iviuii, women anu uniiurtn. i
NOW IT'S UP TO YOU WHICH ROAD YOU TAKE S&
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David 13. Fohs. of the Mine, WANIfcU: The Cosmopolitan
arrived homje Monday, after Group requires the services of a
spending the week at market representative in Marion and
J buying Christmas goods and says surrounding territory, to look
they will have the biggest line 'aftr subscription renewals and
this year they ever had. to extend circulation by special
i nrvM'T net. ,,c ,,.; ' methods which have proved un-
.,, j usually successful. Salary and
. o nn ie
the $8.00 worth of ware with
, , Hen.tcr.on , Commj8sion previous
. .. . -!.. j rw,inkn. ji majestic range after .. ,nD;M k.,t noontini
mo. Tenn.. who havo been
test? of relatives here for
i' weeks, have returned
I). n't buy "unsight un.
c... ." Lot the man who
kt. show you all about
RAS'iHS at our store one
v, . ., Sept. 30 to Oct. 5.
T. H. Cochran & Co.
, .lohn Sutherlund ana
vr. Miss Mabel, have re-
fpm Newton and Kappa,
i i n they
which he has located a fine vein
near Marion. The owner wishes
Mr. Farmer to develop the mine
and he will probably do so.
J. W. Ainsworth and wife of
Irma. visited their daughter,
Whole time or spare time. Ad
dress with references, Charles
C. Schwer, The Cosmopolitan
Group. .SSI Fourth Avenue.,
Rev. .las. F. Price attended
iLA : T
.. n svrmvk
Bart Summerville ac Mattoon
has bargains in shoes that will
surprise you. Go and see them
before all are gone or Jyour size
Mrs. D. C. Roberts of Chicago
who has ben the guest of her
son, G. P. Roberts, Eduring the
summer left Wednesday afternoon
for her home.
Does the word REPUTA
TION mean anything to you?
Stop and think and figure and
you will know why the MA
JESTIC RANGE HAS THE
IllVl'Ullg Ul lfca.. v.o.v M f , . .
tery last week. They had a fine , . .,
'only the BEST but the Least
attendance and a good meeting,
He goes to Louisville this week ' Expensive. Let the MAN
to attend the meeting of the FROM THE FACTORY
Synodic Executive Committee sj10W you. See our big add
From there he goes to Marrow- . ,Ws nan.r
bone in Cumberland Co., to hold
EDUCATION consists in
knowing things KNOWhovr
a range is made inside and
outside. Call at our store
during our SPECIAL MAJESTIC
Week of Sept. 30
to Oct. 5, 912.
T. H. Cochran & Co.
Lucian Vosies of Uniontown i
Dr. T. L. Phillips of Kuttawa,
was called to see Mrs. Ed Patton
Chas. Padon and wife were in
Robt Clifton and wife visited
in the country, Monday.
Jas. Martin, mother and son,
Rex, of Sikeston, are visiting
Miss Lillian Decker is the guest
of her brother Hodge of Sikeston,
W. S. Dycus, wife and son of
Kuttawa were in town Thursday,
Chas. Gregory and wife of Iuka
visited his mother, Mrs. E. Gregory,
Mrs. Oda Bennett returned
from Kuttawa, Saturday, where
she had been under care of Dr.
T. L. Phillips.
Messrs Cassidy and Grimes
have returned from St. Louis.
Mr. Charlie has a handsome new-boat
which he will run from here
toPaducah, making three trips
Mesdames Yancey and Bennett
were in Fredonia, Friday.
Owing to the illness of the
primary teacher, Miss Rhea
Cooksey is teaching in her place
Owen Boaz and wife were in
W. E. Charles is the guest of
his brother, F. F. Charles in Brazil,
Mrs. G. W. Jones is on the
the main spring to reduce the
high cost of living. Start at
the-initial point YOUR RANGE.
See Our add in this issue.
T. H. Cochran & Co.
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