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. FEB. 27, 1913 THE CRITTENDEN
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your store for values. We are sure we can satisfy you, nothing but that will satisfy us.
It's Not What You Pay, It's Think! Think Good And Hard Rivet Your Eye On The Price.
What You Get For Your Money
"Wo are offering an unusually fine
selection of Suits, from $7.50 to
515.00 they are in
values. In fact worth considerable
more than these prices. You owe
it to yourself to see these suits.
Local Happenings Told
in Short Paragraphs M!
County News Items That Are of General
Our Local Readers.
We learn that very. little effort
is being put forth for a tobacco
crop this year.
Rev. B. L. Yates left Friday
for Kuttawa to huld the quarter,
ly meatig of the Eddyville circuit.
Dr. R. L. Moore returned from
Crider Friday where he had been
Mrs. Myrtle Wright and little
son, Curtis of Criitenden Springs
visted her parents of this city,
Rev. J. F. Brown and wife last
week, returning home Friday.
C. E. Weldon came in from
Paducah Friday to visit his family
Carson Franklin, of East Marion,
is confined to his room with
C. V. Oakley returned from
Nashville Friday where he had
gone on business trip.
Mrs. Sherman Gass of the
Crooked Creek vicinity is in very
J. B. Oakley, wife and daughter
of Marshall Co. arrived Saturday
to spend a few days with
John H. Nimmo and family. Mrs
Uimmo and Mrs. Oakley are sis
Elder Carracher, a Christian
Minister will preach on each 4th
Lordsday at the Christian church
on North Court street in this
city. He now has charge of the
church at Morganfield and some
others in Union and Webster
Esq. A. S. Hard & Co., are
preparing a part of the burnt
district in this city for a tobacco
bed. It will be perhaps the
largest in the county containing
in all over 10,000 sq. ft. I
"E G G S"
ROSE COMB REDS
15 for $1.00 '
G. C. TAYLOR, MARION, KENTUCKY.
Before spending several dollars elsewhere that you can save by com,
ing here. We now have a complete line of Druggets, Mattings, 9x12
Matting Rugs, New Ginghams, Pure Linen Laces from one to three
inches wide, only 5c per yard. Embroideries from 5c to 25c per yard,
Just a few Overcoats left, and
you can get one at almost your
own price, Extra Pants at prices
to clean up all Winter lots. They
are extra values.
9p CsSSil i.2U p
J. M. Walker, the telephone
man of the Iron Hill section, was
here Saturday, looking after the
interest of his patrons. i
Daily Courier Journal one yr. j
and Crittenden Record Press one
year, both papers iorfc4.uu
W. H. Brantley and J. H.
Stanley of the Repton section,
were here last week.
Dr. W. H. Nunn and wife of
Morganfield, were called here
last week on account of the illness
of his mother. They spent
several days and left her improved.
W. Bennett Walker of Sikes-ton,
Mo., who was in Kentucky
hunting mules was called from
Livingston county, to the bed-
mrlp -. nr hiQ hrnfhnr . , hnr ha v., whnl ..
died Friday morning. I
John D. Walker and his wife, I
Emma Enochs Walker, of East
Prairie, Mo., arrived too late to
see his brother, Charlie Walker
alive, he having expired the
evening before they reached his
Clarence V. Franks of
Ky., who was the guest of
his sister, Mrs. C. E. Weldon
for the week end, returned home
The Louisville Evening Post
now gives a parcel post map and
guide free with each subscription
$2.50 per year.
Mrs. Nannie Nunn Quirey of
Sullivan, Ky,, was the guest of
relatives here several days last
week, being called here on account
of the illness of her mother,
Mrs. Kit Nunn.
Mrs, J. C. Walters of Kuttawa,
and Mrs. J. C. Hardin of Crayne
were the guests last week of
Miss Delia Stembridge.
Miss Fleta LaRue of Sheridan,
was the guest of Miss Ivy Asher
Friday night and attended the
musical at the auditorium given
by the Marion High School Orchestra.
Misses Ruby and Lizzie James
left Monday for Washington city
to be the guests of U. S. Senator
O. M. James. They will be ab-'sent
several months, spending
the time in the National capital
and in New York and other
points of interest in the east.
Lucian A. LaRue of Sheridan, J. P. Pierce who was
county surveyor, was in the ed delegate to the State Farmers
city Saturday. He reports the Institute at Paducah, left Mon-I
surveying business as quite prosperous
and says they don't let
him stay at home many days,
Skorgaard, the Danish Violinist,
Auditorium, Tues'lay. March
Mrs. James Lowery of
has been the guest of 'lur
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Coodloe, on Salem street this
! WANTED:-Energetic young
man to represent us in Marion.
' City Steam Laundry, of Prince
ton, Ky. tf
Mrs. S. J. Moss of Pinckney-ville,
ws3 the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Ernest Butler on
College street this week.
Miss Jackson Collins of Whea t
croft, who was the guest of her
sister. Mrs. Walter Guess, on
College street has returned
Hides, Wool and Feathers wanted.
C. R. NEWCOM,
Next Door to Carnahan Bros. & Dodge
We have received announcements
reading as follows "Mr.
and Mrs. D. E. Wicker announce
the birth of their son Carl Wilson,
Feb. 16th 1913." Many of
our readers will remember Mrs.
Wicker as Miss Parrish daughter
of Geo. W. Parrish of the
section of this county.
Mrs. Kit Nunn who was ill at
the home of her son, R. I. Nunn
on east Belleville street, is re
ported much better.
Skorgaard, the Danish Violinist
and the Music Makers male
quartette are two of the best
music companies on the platform,
but the admission is standard
Lyceum prices, Students 25
cents, others 50 cents.
Judge T. J. Nunn who has
been ill at St. Petersburg, Fla.,
is reported as improved sufficiently
to return to Kentucky.
His son, Mr. C. S. Nunn of this
city, who has been at his bed
side, telegraphed his wife Tuesday
that the start hdme would
be made as soon as sleeping car
reservations could be secured.
His message did not state
whether they would come to
Marion or go to Frankfort first.
Mrs. W. H. Nunn of Morgan-field,
was the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Charles McGregor on Depot
street this week.
I want all kinds of poultry and
will give you cash for exchange.
OperaHouse Block. C. R. New-corn.
It vvill pay you to see our line
of Muslin Underwear, and Mes
saline Petticoats. You'll save
money by closely investigating
House Shoes one half
o j..w. vm, nun ji. ivya
bhoes to close out at a price. Some V
heavy shoes for Men, regular $2.00
for $ .50. It will pay you to come JU
5PP f horn "'A"'
TAYLOit & CANNAN
day at noon to attend the meeting.
There were no other
delegates from here.
Dr. F. W. Nunn will leave today
for Washington, New York
and other points of interest in
the east. He is one of the party
leaving Marion on the "Ollie
James special" and will be absent
from his office for ten days
"If only" a song, composed by
Alice Maude Shelby Wilson, on
sale at all music stores, and in
Marion at the Postal Telegraph
office by Miss Mary Cameron.
A of the Loyd family
and some of their good friends
was held at J. Frank Loyd's
home on Bejlville street in this
city Saturday, Feb. 22nd 1913,
and a big dinner was served to
those present, by Mrs. Loyd and
her daughter Miss Ora. Among
those present were the following:
W. P. Loyd and wife of Crayne,
F. S. Loyd of Fredonia, J. S. G.
Green, Joel A. Farmer and wife,
Rev. M. E. Miller, Glee Jacobs,
Will Wallace and wife and
two daughters, Misses Eulah
Wheeler, Hazel Pollard. Nellie
Paris, Virgie Paris, and Fannie
As wo have not seen any news from
this place for a long time, we will
give you a few items.
Burning plant beds has been the order
of the past week, yet low prices
don't seem to scare the farmers at all.
Mrs. Mamio Agee is improving
slowly, at this writing.
Mrs. Harriette Woodall, ofJGlendale,
and daughter, Mrs. Corda Humphrey,
were guests of her sister, Mrs. Pink
Elkins, one night last week.
Walter James and family, of near
Crooked Creek, were truests of Herb
Cruce and family Saturday night and
Miss Annie Holoman visited her uncle,
of this place Saturday night.
Roy and Manuel Boisturo were the
guests of Robert Elkins and attended
the last day of school at this place.
Several from hero attended the last
day of school at Lone Star.
Well, where is Press Hill? He started
to Crayne to school and wo learn
from some cause ho hasn't been back.
We don't know whether ho got lost,
strayed, stolen or fell down. Poor old
Press. If wo were to go to look for
him wo would go to R. S. Elkins'.
Robert and Odal Elkins of tnis place
aro attending school at Crayne.
Allen & Cook, the fruit-tree men of
Tennessee, aro in this vicinity.
And then reflect on what we offer
Ladies Lace, Patent Leather Shoes
Regular $3.50 for $2.75
Regular S3.00 for $2.00
Regular $2.50 for $1.75
OLLIE JAKES SPECIAL
Will Reach Washington, March 1st
Her Party Will Be Quartered
at Metropolitan Hotel.
Mr. M. Jenkins, Editor-
Dear Mr. Jenkins:
In the Crittenden
Record-Press, I rote with
pleasure the announcement of
the "Ollie James Special" from' Kobcrt NaI1 and Oscar Todd,
Marion to Washington for we5e uf3f Samuel
' Asher and wife
one day last week.
t !. tin -T t y
Inauguration. While I expect to ,
to go to Washington on the "Wil
son Special" from Princeton and
in tne parade shall try to helo
swell Princeton's enthusiasm for
favorite and honored son: vet 1
shall be pleased to meet with the
Olhe James Party" from Marion,
if I am informed with respect
to their program for the
4th and 5th.
My sudden, outburst of Democratic
enthusiasm may provoke a
smile from you, but I submit;
that even brooking an inherited
creed and the certain conviction
of a recession, may we not all
ride patriotically and vociferous'y
upon the crest of this, Democracy's
Hoping to meet the party from
Marion and thanking you for
your anticipated favor, I enclose
an envelope for a reply,
Yours very truly,
B. Frank Jacobs.
t.:: i:all of fame.
M I'.l V
cun astrouomer. first woman
my of Arts
1, 1818; died
Vii-1 Juno 28,
father was a schoolteacher who
was Interested in astronomy, and
tbo girl took up the study at an
cariv ace. in 1847 she discover
ed a new comet and was given
a cold medal by tho king of
SURVEYING NOTARY PUBLIC
J. B, KEVIL
MAYOR AND ATTORN EY-AT-LAW
SUITE 1 PRESS BL-DG
Bassett, Jack nurt Warner Boyd and
Joseph L. Cardyell vcro in Princeton,
Prof. John H. Nichols was in Marion,
Luther Horning was in Providence
Friday on business.
Caleb Dehaven, of Blackford, ws
in this vicinity Wednesday bu;fns
John Quirev, of Sullivan, was in tfti
Gus Quirey, of Union county, la
this section Wednesdy on business.
fretf McDowell, of Marion, attended
. church here Saturday and Sunday,
Miss Bes3ie Hoovor and brother visited
Minnie Funkhnnsnr Snrwlr...
1 A. Jones attended the F. E. & C. U.
oi a. at icoseuale Saturday and spent
Saturday night with W. T. Nation.
Joe Vaughn has returned home from
Paducah, where he has been to have
his eye amputated. Mr. Vaughn, wc
learn, will farm on the J. T. Croft
place this year.
School Entertainment Successful.
The Musicnl and Reading given by
tho Marion High School Orchestra, assisted
by Miss Lena HolUclaw, Friday
evening, Feb. 21st, at the auditorium
wa3 a most delightful and refreshing
affair, Only one thing, marred the
pleasure of the evening and brought a
blush of shame to tho cheeks of those
present and that was the emptyseaa
which in a measure showed a lack of
appreciation on the part of our people,
of talents of our young folks Tho
entire program as published was carried
out without a flaw, each one acquitting
herself or himself in an admirable
manner. Tho entertainment
consisted of ten numbers as follows:
I. "Land of the Maple"
II. Song Without Wordf"
Juliet Pope, Medley Cannan,
ille Moore, Owen Moore
III. Violin Duet: "Ave Verum"
Luciln Pope, George Orme
IV. Waltz: "American Beauty"
V. Reading: "A Few Bars in the Key
Miss Lena Holtzclaw
VI. Cornet Solo: "Song of tho Roses"
VIII. Baritone Solo: "Tho Smuggler"
IX. Duet: I would that My Love"
Medley Cannan, Jas. U. Snyder
X. "Miss Liberty"
And as each number was rendered the
perfomer was encored enthusiastically
and in every case they pleased their
audience by reappearing, Thoso who
missed this, should never do so again.
It was worth hearing. Wo have mora
talent hero than you realize, and the
young people deserve encouragement.
Mrs. Harry Hale has an up to
date stock of millinery at View
Ky. Ladies, Misses and child-
rens hats for spring.