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charts and literature sent them.
Paatori in country charges,
whore'thcy preach only once a
month, ought to devote one Sunday
in November to this work to
be known as Home Mission Sun-,
Rev. W. T. Milburn
Presbytery was received
into this Presbytery.
A petition containing seven-'
teen names was received from
Pryors, Ky., requesting the organization
of a Presbyterian
Young P ople's Work showed'
the importance of giving special
The Presbytery of Princeton attention to tho organization ai.d
has iust clcsod its fall meetins?. developemont of our young
was elected moderator. The e0 at Gnapei mil ana oneat
Prosbytory heartily endorsed Water Valley.
Homo Mission Week and will en- The P"Iic outlined by the com-
deavor to have it observed in mittee is as follows:
ery church to some extent, at, 1-More Organizations.
least. Some of the churches 2. heater efficiency.
have already been using the; d- ducat i o na I
charts in their services and will work-continue
the preparatory Jwork. 4- More devotioa to spiritual
Others will begin at once to use , things and a closer adherence to
them. Some of our Young! the demands of the Christian
Societies are conduct- deavor pledge. The A. M. E.
ing missionary study classes, and 'T- Movement was heartily en-the
Presbytery recommen ded dorsed. It was recommended
that these study classes be made,that Wednesday evening at each
a nromment feature in a our ia" meeting oi rresoyiery oe
Young People Societies and that riven to the
we endeavor during mission "gflL
week to develop an interest in The sPring Session of Presby-
our churches, largely through tepy wil1 be held D- v- at Madi-
our Young People's Societies, sonville. Ky.. Aprils, 1913.
We would earnestly urge the Report Ok COMMITTEE OH
pastors in all our churches to oi.itions.
bring before their people the ' ,,
K u , -ff , i
J i "iir committeeon
.. u ua ... mc
b t() foow,.
The cordial and hospitable
Ttainmont tendered bv the
members ;.nd friendi of the. Main
Street I'resi ycerian Church is
worthy of eulogy and eloquence.
C itning to the rescue of Presbytery
at the hist DM mer.t when,
cause of diptheria, the people of
Crayne could not entertain us,
they certainly have received us
Therefore, be it resolved,
1, That the people of Marion,
regardless of Church affiliation,
Church at that place. The
be tendered our most hearty ap
tion was accepted and Revs. J
W. Hudiburg and J. V. Pi-ice
were appointed a committee to
organize said Church.
A communication and action
from the trustees of Princeton
Collegiate Institute was received
recommending the union of Prin-
preciation for the expression of
their good will and interest.
2, That we hereby express our
appreciation and commendation
to Bro. Wallace Gift and his
good people in giving so bounteously
of their homes and things
rTTT'T . w ' 3. That a copy of these
College at Danville. Ky. tion8 be sent to the Crittenden-The
recommendation was adopt-
ed by the Presbytery. D. U Harrison. Chairman.
burring reports were mane on
Freedmen, Foreign Missions and
Temperance. All the overtures
sent down bv the General As-,
eembly to the Presbteries were
answered in the affirmative
The icportof thee. .i.w,.l.c ...
VISITS OLD HOME.
Prof. J. W. Rascoe, of Crittenden
County, is spending some
1 me in Trigg and Christian
i " '' relatie. nnd old
. uL'ua.i, CauiZ Kec ( .
Mat WaddeU and John Hi
returned homo from Joneaboro,
held at Marion. Ky., Rov. W. C. Pie Two Young People's Socie-' Ark., where they pent th.
Naglo. pastor at Dawson Springs tie have been recently
don't pay? But the first consideration
must be, that the article is right, then
don't hesitate to push it. Every cui
tomerto whom we have sold Majestic
Ranges is a
..ML. iw 0 m m rm mm mm mm v r
T r'UnrL.t ITKJK US V v. of Chicago, who
We did them a favor in selling them a F
Majestic, now they reciprocate at every
opportunity by assisting us to sell their
neighbors. We buy Majesties now by
the car load just as we do Roofing,
Woven Wire Fencing, Buggies,
Wagons, Cement, Lime, Fertilizers,
Farm Machinery, Drain Tiling,
Heating Stoves and numerous
other things. Come and get yours.
T. H. Cochran & Company
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HARDWARE
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FACE EtOHT THE CRWTONDEW RECOl
Where Your Doilars o Farthest
CARMAHAW BRCYME:S fe r?OQE
Our n Fall Goods have just come In. You should sec them. Everything ou need to wear. NewsMcs for
Everbody from grandf ther and grandmother to the tiniest tot. We can please all.
Yoii uill like some of them because they arc jtrst what ou want. Come in look tlicm over, ue want to tlMM ulial uc have. Wc take pride in our business and
in our goods.
and Coat Suit
and wo will soil
you one that is
just right for
that will exactly
that is absolutely
and RIGHT IN
.' ' I y
RE JB. Ar 0 tW LEATHER
All uool clothing ur.d all Ir.ither MlvSS, Fnal was the polic ol
this firm at the beginning and i the pelic) to (Id.
Pure wool and pure leather, the veil best of each lliaM the hest
clothing and the only shoes uoi th while.
For sterling good quality and appearance at such low prices, ue
kiiou oi no shoes which compare with mil lim sol "Star Brand" tor
all the family and which Look Well, Fit Well and Wear Well and
"Florsheim" tor men's uear.
....FOR ANY WEAR AND EVERYWHERE....
We have the merchandise for uhich you are lookiofi whither its
in Dress Goods. Sucaters. Rain-coats, Underwear, Mosurx, Blankets,
Comforts. Kugs. oclties or whatever it mav be.
In every section of our store ou uill tind evidences of our deter
mination to supply the best at prices lower than elseuhere
Save your Coupons and get a piece of Craniteware
HOME OF LOW PRICES
t " E irt ihowing
L .i' S( tn' choice do-
signs in New
f a L L clothing
for me i and voting
art' not just for young
men, they are for ALL
men who refer
No matter whet year
age is, If Mm want to
be correctly dreeaed
you should let th in.
ummer. tamed home from Si eetoi Ma msparenta, Mr, .
Jo- Bell, Of the Dycusburg Cat, I'r.e k. Will an I Al Ahms Hurr.phr. ai ! other I
action, v.as the gueat of his attended the burying f t ' i r a''d friendi for
On, W.irn'r, S ini'av.
Mrs. Perry D.iniels
For A Range That Will Do
What The Majestic Did
Twenty-five ladiei itood n the cake
we baked, the dimensions of which
were lKxlMxl) inches, and altho it was
mashed flat, when it was put back into
4 MAJESTIC RANGE
and rose to it former size and was so
delicious it was eagerly devoured and
pronounced par excellence. Our demonstration
sale last week brought us
22 purchasers. Who says
au t. :r. I., ii Adama, at n:,, returned to t..
B iwneetown, III, toot week. EIDara, II. The)
N s,M,,r Hi - G
i d ptheria re-
ported laUly around Crayne, and' htobrother, Joe H.
i - now like all will aoon be on ,:'' '' ' '' a" ,h" '
i. lain. '' ' home. Bro. 1! m ,
Uncle Jainea Ag.e , runn.ng '; '
L" B ,,,'M n P
MTghutn factory thit Mweov,
-,, ., . . viral near Sheridan, th.
In-- c.tt tH have rented nr,,. . . ,
v. ... Iiity and en..!
.c.i s iarni itr n-i
. l .
during the leriea f meet
They are all eoneeerat I
Mra. Nannie Young I Mrs.
an tiana, and doing agn n
A. . St .vail w, gueati of whereverthey go. B
relatives m the Midway s , icooopanied Bra. Humi
laai week. IHiaoM to hold a tent mm i i
Mrill Adams has the second there 00 BM WOfk. Be M - r
crop of reipbarriea for Una sea- lag thia peaplt lee fourth
son nearly grown. M ay the Ird continue to pro
Civile and Everett Shreevea, Peteeeiaad give them i .
efArkaneaa, are uisitmg i wuJi for their hire
Uvei here, B. IV Terry, one of Bheri
Miss Vad.-n Stovall cnt. hustling was in I
chool at Marmn Monday. neighh Sunday.
. m . Mi m Cordio Butler ha n
II l) fAIC '' ''"'n '1 three weeks' Ml
lUn d.ll.r. h.r sister. Mrs. J. W
A ; 'iir of fine
. , . , , , near .Mt. .ion.
se mules, a o-mg cow witn
one in . an I harnea . s :n
far mm i t s. naj and itra .
A V, ii OK,
'l".Jt Sullivan, k.
l: F i. N .. l
GI.KN i I.K
ii , . , , Kay I homas, Sunday,
is spending hll vacation with his .
parent, Mr. and Mrs. W, f,
Terry, of Forest Cnve.
the guest of his aunt. Mrs. T.
Roy Gilbert and family and
Reed Eaeley, of Marion, have
moved to the Commodore mines.
Mr. CijlHTt will heap the board-'
Lo.. is erecting
Miss Alic-- Curtin, of
is the guest of her sister.
Mrs. J. R Whip-.
Tom Miller h:m fmm
gjt the Arch Paris farm to Marion.
I ' Moore and daughter.
Mrs. Ii. H. Thomas, went to .,; i
Mr, I. P. Hatch, r and M
ealf by her aide, two brood eon Stella Flanaif weal to M
Do - the gold ri i
r ird iaiting thoac
C 'inm inity, who are ill
get OUt? r do we i, .
and surfer remorse ot em -
Bob Thomaa, of Mai I m
mi st of h.s eouaina, i -
I lifton Enoch forgot wli.it
it was and went to Sheridan
Wedneaday in this neighborhood ,l"' '",st,,mc' Sunday.
There is not a very large CI
of wheat sown in this aeighb
Hurrah for Wilson.
Ing hnuae, the aVHpSi Mining Blue & rtuirti Take Oiarfe
of Coal Minr
The Crittenden Coal and Coke
Co. 'a plant near here has been
taken charge of by Rlue V Nunfl
Of Man-in, and in turn they has-'
appointed Mr. Dyer. Agt., who
hai active charge.
.. - kis
!' . w . i. Humphrey, wife
and eon, Oakley, and daughter.! Denioemtip
Itally day, Ct
e Av.i, .-.in, !a,t. !...(, gutbts Of j 14 th. Come one, come ail