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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 January 1909

t r K-l I r. I" II ' f m fc k rfi i W.WWJa ZZ'f fl"5?'"1' "'""";"; "' " '" "i7Tr,'.,( ,. ,, '., ,"ZSitS, "T" '1 ! 'I' ' 1 I1 ! ' iflrMwc.Ot liKnlry '- - - - ' !tf'" -,5 i ' ' ' ' il-" jF.i raesaastia i .-. ac '. .-. iw . fl ffc ffc $ fl? ffc && 4cn&n$t $&& $b db & CASH IN ADV i WHa ra 3 sw 9hdh FIRST The post-office rcfjulatiors require ua to atop the paper when the subscriber becomes nine months in arrears. We find that this requires constant watchfulness and when these subscriptions are stopped, the amounts due us are practically lost to us because we can not 6ee the people personally and collect, and they do not lind it convenient-to call or remit, and in a short while the thing is forgotten. SECOND Because perhaps one half our subscribers tell us to stop when the time is oat and the other half tell us to keep on sending the paper. It is impossible for our clerk to remember who wants it stopped and who wants it sent on, and confusion and in many cases mist...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 January 1909

9 .' a&0Ji 1 SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. By Virtue uf taxes dues Crittenden count mid .). F. Klanury, Shor- $p ill of Crittenden County, for tho year 1!MIS amounting to tho tu in of i I, or otic of my Deputies, will on Monday, tho Nlh day of February 11(00, ilu hours of 1 O'oloi'k p. in , and H n'olntik . in., nt tM Court House Door in . . Oriltoiidon County, Kentucky, expose to IM'IMjIU SALE, to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following propo ty (or no innoh there of an may bo neeonsary to satisfy ho amount nf t'nr taxcu duo aformaid and cost) towit , Ma won No. 1, Givoni, J. W. 29 acres land near Marion, tax aid eosts $14.30. Loandar Miaerat Lease, by C. K. Wddon, tax and cots 9G.3&. MoKuen, Thou. It aero land by Ja Draw, tax and cost, 4 1ft. Hill, .1. N. 32 acres land by Jno. Long, tax and font, $7. .15 Bradburo, ft. F. tift acres land by yftoi. Bradburo, tax and coat, 17.05 Ma now No. 2. Brown, Mra Cad 30 aeret of land W. II. Gueas, tax and cost, 14. Champion, J ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 January 1909

i I " K mt. BV HTrf1 ')i(tTi'Jr' ' - - --1 i ;- - a' iw "T ,, f ; Clothing Prices So attractive that ifyoucomoto look you will stay to buy. k V. Willi the bii end ot Ihc Prolil Yours. m On Some Lots they ac Less than the Cost of mak.ng. SEE THEM 12and$14SUITS AT $8,50. Odd Pants. I 33 J..3 Qpp Boys and Children Suits and Overcoats House Full of -4 off UVCrC08lS without the Profit. Plnfhoc OlUlllvO Bargains. began until 4 o'clock in the after noon, then thoy marched through the villcge of Shady Grove and back to W. H. Birohfield's residence, where thoy found a sumptuous supper awaiting them. Mrs. BirohGeld certainly had everything on tho table that could have boon appetis ing. They partook of tho good things and all had an enjoyable time. There were three new members to be iniated and the ceremonies held the eamp in session long after mid night. The meeting was long to be remembered and strikingly illustrated the growth and healthy condition of the Shady Grove eamp. This eamp No. 124...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 January 1909

& teww m 43 !' ' 1.1. k 1 fland li. in 0 ' t. ' " 4 ." 4, "" 3.6u 2.6" 2."0 .5" 2( Ticket Given 4Q With Each Cash Purchase - "'SfT I SALE -EWERY THURSDAY. ' If vmi krt: lnc;nio mftijpv n (Min6i.u'i a it. iiftw givm vom thp. hp.st nnnnrfimitv tn fin sft vnn p.ipt hnri t!v and vvc clout confine . this sale to . . rhtirsdavs . .- . alo.te . but ii is for every cldvexotnl " Sunday, - though we have a snecial .. " attraction each Thursday evening at 3 o'clock S . S Wintor Suits and Overcoats oj ts $i. K. W.Nunn, dentist, l'roH Muildm It, K. Whcolcr ih bookkeeper and pajuo at tbo H(tiily Socioty'tt tobac 1) H. Kinc and bin font, Artbur and Itanzy, of tbo linker xootion, were hero Monday witb a load of tobacco. A tortiov Alfri'd C Moore return- vd Tiiurdny from (Mnomnati, wlioro bo bid bocti xineo Suturday (akin); di'poitttonii. V, II, Cnpbor tool- atrip 'o Miri- on, lllinoi. It weok, roturniuf: botni' I'ridav He aUo viittd bis mntbrr who live in Harriiburi:, Mm John 0, Hayuct left for...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 January 1909

IN t9Mfmmmmi&iiiWm Hturitms f! W"iwm xi JMIlWJ"" ' TV" tf S f Si Hi MORE PINKHAM CURES Added to the Long List due to This Famous Remedy. Camden, N.J. "It is with phaMiro that I add my testimonial to your nlre.idy long list hoping that it may induce others to avail themselves of this valuable Lyrfi.t L. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound. 1 from terrible headaches, pain in my baek and right side, was tiled and nervou.s, and no weak I could hardly stand Lydia K Pinkhams i Compound re. stored me to health and made mo ieel like a new pcrMiu, and it shall always have my praise." Mrs. W. P. Vai.kntixk, 002 Lincoln Avenue, Camden, N. J. Gardiner, Me. " I was a great sufferer from a female disease. The doctor Baid I would have to go to the hospital for n operation, bnt Lydia K. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound completely cured me in three months." kits. S. A. Williams, It. F. I). No. 14, Sox SO, Gardiner Me. Because your case is a difficult one, doctors having done you no good, do not continue t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 January 1909

FURS- WANTED -FURS Want especially SKUNK, MINK. RACCOON, FOX, OPOSSUM, OTTER and MUSKRATS. Ship your produce to us. Highest market prices for Hides, Wool, Tallow, Feathers, Beeswax. Dried Fruit, Medicinal Roots, Ginseng and Norse Hides. We are Dealers and Exporters. No Commission Charged on Prompt Returns, Agenta for largest tanneries in America. Established 1868. Reference anj Hank or Merchant in Iouisvill, or ask your neighbor who ship to us, Stuping tags and prices on application. Try uh with n shipment. ISAAC ROSENBAUM S. SON, 31-3 23 East Market, Louisville, Ky "(ft: L. G. TAYLOR, D. V S. $ i&jfl Am prepared to render the beat professional services t J in all dtseases of stock. Calls answered day or night. (?) 1 Telephone! s s A Treat manv who haw trifled with ludlgeiitliin. be .i for It w)itn nervous (r ch'unlr isopln resulted, and tin if t be-n able to cifo It l'se Kixlnl mid prevent having I')K-i,la J'vinnne la subject to lu!l Sloinai h ! iiihgcincnt follow Moium h abuse...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 January 1909

torurtfosgBSB lk& 7TTrrr'TTVV'! . r' C 'j lUr '" T 13.ll.' taM"!af ..aSal EMawtfauoiv k'gl,HlJWwlPJ'll'li Jl fw if itr r5 4HP,W"l FIRST DAYS PROFITABLE ONE. (Conttucd from page one.) IHjso of selecting the number of committees that would be necessary for the transaction of the business of the convention, and as It was almost noon, an adjournment was taken until 1 o'clock. Afternoon Session. The convention reassembled at I o'clock In t e afternoon and the committee on committees made a report recommending the nppointnioiit of the following committees: Committee on Credentials. Committee on Resolutions. Committee on Constitution and Committee on Permanent ration. Committee on NoiulnntlotiK An address was delivered b C. O. Drayton, of Greenville, HI . president of fie nnUinal organization and In the course of his remarks he urged the organization and of seven classes, viz: Cotton men. grain men. produce, fruit, dairy, tobacco mid stock men all to work log-ether for the purpose of u...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 January 1909

j?0yiyW'l'.l vm''ISt?r -v v " rf . y ' I (SMfffti&ett U tmtfa 'PtM& VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY JAN. 28 1909. NUMBER 35 CUMBERLAND Cart of Appeals Reverse Case- From Union County -Judge Barker Hands Down Lengthy Opinion NtTED ACTION -UNION INVOLVED-JUDGE NUNN DISSENTS. Frankfort, Ky . Jan. 21. The Oueabciland Presbyterian church lout iUi cue in Court of Appeals today is a longthly opinion ol Judge Barker from whih Judge Nunn dissected. The cue in Wallace and others vs Hughes and other from Union county and the lower court in reverted. The easo involves the validity of the anion between the Cumberland Presbyterian churoh and tho ehurch in the United States tf America. Tho litigation arose rtr a consent between two factions ef the Cumberland Presbyterian aaaroh at Sturgis, Ky., one of which favered tho unioa, and the other op peaed it. Tb, Circuit Court decided ia favor of thai party which eppoaed wiioc, and held that the General AMbly and Presbyteries of the C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 January 1909

m -& s n i i .1 d i. fc f r f !.-' w :HL1i m. ; g .- ut&s Et MMMRMMMMIIHimH r ' ' ' - WWW " ,.., .-., - . tn , .1 ,t. ..... . .., ,. -, mt wuiivMiXnm i maw W M ? I1 Cash In Advance And Stop When Time Is Out System Adopted, The Publisher of the Record-Press has Decided to Adopt the Cash-in-Advance and Stop-When-Time-is-Out-Policy on all Subscriptions for the Following Reasons. FIR'ST The post-office regulations require us to stop the paper when the subscriber becomes nine months in arrears. We find that this requires constant watchfulness and when these subscriptions are stopped, the amounts due us are practically lost to us because we can not see the people personally and collect, and they do not find it to call or remit, and in a short while the thing is forgotten. SECOND Because perhaps one half our subscribers tell us to stop when the time is out and the other half tell ua'to keep on sending the paper. It is Impossible for our clerk to remember who wants it stopped and wh...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 January 1909

Si L iii ikl :.. jfleL 4ilw dates L l JiiL i u.ki taa .J2k i IS W OP flP OIP OIH OB? HIP fin ?1P flP OP fJP fJP flP flP fjp flfl fP JP flp Si Great i Contest Given By I th ItU h5Y ! "Jir' fcllV. iWiJ I -"' ' J J2L BBBM .Bw. BBBMBBBW flBBBK. ppm IBBBm BBBBBw SBBBBK BBBBBVBBBl fe3 .dSBBBw .eBBa. . .MB. KTW BBBM BBBBfl .BBBBBBBX. BBBBBBBBm .BBBBBBBBx BBBBm BBBBBBa 1BBB .BBBBBBBm. aBBBm BBBBBBBBBB .BBBBBBBm. .'.BBBBBBW .BBBBBBBv BjBk MORGAN. OATS &CO.I 118 N. Main Street, Madisonville, Kentucky. l SECOND PRIZE: ONE OTHER PRIZES ARE AS FOLLOWS: To the next ten nearest correct answers ten coupons at $85.00 each, to od on the purchase of any new plan in our store. To the next ten nearest correct answers ten coupons at $75.00 each, good on the purchase price off any new piano in our store. To the next ten nearest correct answers ten coupons at $65.00 each, good on the purchase price of any new piano in our store. To the next ten nearest corre t answers ten coupons at $55.00 each, good o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 January 1909

Sfl ! r i'ft ; pi M En mil' y; v. Cfje CrittenDen 30h car, Circulatien 4,000. S, M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. tired as matter February 9th, IM7 at the poitoffice at Marion, Kentncky, under lb Act of Congreit ot March j, 1879. ITRICTLT CASH III AOVAHCI. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Sloile eopiei mailed os 1 Booth marled to anr addreti tj " " " S sooths 7$ " " " 1 wr 1,50 " " " jaari j.co CASH ADVERTISING RATES: M tt inch S. C, to Foreign Advertisers. at ptr inch S. C. to Home Advertisers . Revealed ads one-half rate, Matal bu oatr used for Plates and Electros. Locals 5c per line. Locals toe Per line in twelve point tjDe, THURSDAY, Jan. 28 1909. The subscription price of the Okittkndin Record-Press is (and has been since the consolidation of the two papers,) $1.50 per annum, however, to subscribers who renew for 1909 (and pay up all arrears,) we will give tho $1.00 rate month. Obituary charges. Twenty itnes free if subjects fami ly arcsubscribers. If not sent in by a subscriber, 5 cents ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 January 1909

let 4 . felPTiiiipFE ' 'jwSf!!vm "V Wr - - W, (-. s- - - " ' " Y ' ' -'" W"Jc ',, N V' IMMMMMMMIIMMmMMMMMMmillMMMii , HIGH CLASS GOODS AT LOW PRICES i And the low prices are moving out the heavy goods We don't want you merely to read 22 this, but come see the goods for yourself and be convinced that every word of this is true. gfcr Winter Suits and Overcoats tM nOnnrl 1H Suits - - A VSS JS 12.50 nnd 114. 10 oo 2S 7.50 it 6.00 25 4.50 pants flS 4.00 Jg 13.50 Pants W 2.50 ;flg 2.00 3s 1.50 5l And don't think wo will not Hell them gC at thunc iiricvsy but come sec for your-T relf; 4S Ticket Given S Cash With Purchase Each $1 4& mwwmwmmmmwmmmmwmmwwmwwmmwftm m i lis P. W.Nunn.dontint, Prom Buildm Mm. S liugcnhcim and son, 3rd., vixitcd her parents near Previdenco lant wcok. Her. Martin K. Miller loft Mon-day for paducah to attend tho Bap-(id Bible Society. J. M. Brcwn and wife, of Dwigh IMinoig, are tho guests of W. D. -Cancan and wife. J. M. Persons, who has been in jiiifiTille on a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 January 1909

I fl v' UetWi lv - 0Hfr ,,-,, .,-...-. m' ,-,,.. ,!., .I,-,., I, - . .nfci i wyiMi limimi zixami. t -- . r Jy,. . lr WHWIWIfW H.BIIIHL4 ' ' ' I nil ' " II -Ov---. I The Markets LIVE STOCK. Louisvile, Ky., Jan. 27 Catte market steady and fairly active. Steers. Good to choice legaort.... 5.0Na6.Ot Fair to good shipping 5.00 i.50 Ctaeaoiew hatchers... 14.50 S.OO Medium to good butchers.. 4.00 a 4. 25 Good te choice stackers 3.65 a 3.85 Medium to good stockers .. 3.00 a 3.25 Ceawion to median stock . -' en 2.50 a 3.00 . n TT"T"' V Good to choice butchers 4.00a 4.50 Meeram.W - Uhers.... 3. . a.4.9 Cwwwi tesjedieaa 2.50 a 35 Geo Uchoice slkers..3.00 a S.St Cesnjnonto medium j 2.0Ce 2.8 ,.' Bulla. - . Geed to oheic btelMrs 3.6 aewd Mediuat to good butchers... 3. 2oVa 340 Fair. to good bologna 3.00--&X Common r2.26a2.75 ft - V0W8. Good to choice butchers 3.50 a 4 0fj Medium to, good butchers 3.0U a 3.80' Common to medium butch . era 2.50 a 2 Canners and cutrcrs 1.50 a 2.50 Milch Cows. G...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 January 1909

W" I'"W S'- ,y- '&&&i&&Z&&3&' Southern Agriculturist NASHVILLE, TENNNESSEE For 40 Years the Most Instructive and SouthernFarm Families 50 Cents a Year One Copy Free )SS, tavi ri n g k i . - . ' liz'' Z' im nrnsri to rrnnrr inc Dui uiui&saiuuu svi tiws A E.M4 sw Vim VW sw was. - J) is all diseases of stock. Palls answered day or nijgit. T,,Ahr 321 MARION, KY. .T..p..... -V w to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year tVERY TRUE KINTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPT OF THIS SFLINDIS WALL ATLAS The Latstt Kinlucky Hip UsTo 1909 Full and Camtltta l'ti gra veil especially fotTlir Hirninc Toit at mil of tU I'rinKd in color on lify m. paflrr It containa six pagra ChaSO Incbts. Thr Chart alnnr In worth II M). Thr I'ortraiia nf all the Kentucky Governors, tome of them very rare, ine llie drily tiicturr l Hx kind in ciltrncc. Thrtr arc iiinr ollirr map of Rtrat valnr. among tlirm a map of the Cnltrd Malta, tlir l'lul ipjiiiic, Hawaii, 1'orlo kic.aiid the I'aniui...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 January 1909

tf I fo N i . ft k, , r SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES. By Virtue of taxes dues Crittenden county and J. F. Flanary, Sheriff of Crittenden County, for the year 1998 amounting to the mm of $ I, or one of my Deputies, will on Monday, tho 8th day of February 1909, between the hours f 1 o'olock p. m., and 3 o'olook p. ., at the Court House Door in Crittenden County, Kentucky, to PUBLIC SALE, to the kigkest bidder, for cash in hand, the fotlowieg prope ty (or so much thereof m may be necessary to satisfy th amount of the taxes due aforesaid aad costs) towit; Marion No.l. Oivens, J. W. 29 acres land near Marion, tax and costa $14.30. Loandar Mineral Loase, by C. E. Weldon, tax and costs $6.35. Hill, J. N. 32 aores land by Jno. Long, tax and cost, $7.35 Bradbnrn, D. F. 65 acres land by Tho. Bradburn, tax and coat, $7,05 Marion No. 2, Brown, Mrs Cad 30 acres of land near W. H. Guess, tax and cost, $4. Carry & Co., 231 acres land A. J. Harttell, tax and cost, $11.25 East, Jas. A. 13 acres land ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 February 1909

V- fj A'" N tillmhm 'w BafSk & 1 IT. 9 II 1 i iUV ' ' jTVft? IB t. . "I VHkv ebw lav. 9k. H IK. H A' A asms. VOL. .JO MARION, CRITTENDEN KENTUCKY FEB. COUNTY, 4, (909. NUMBER 36 REPUBLICS OWNERS SUE EAR $2,000,000 Suit Started in N.Y. Courts To Recover From Florida's Owners. Now York ' .J u ii . U.S. Coutisol for the Oceanic Steam Navigation Co.. owners of the .White Star Ijino atonm rr Republic, today flletl n Ijbol in tlio" United State District Court against the steamer Florida, of tho' lino, whioh ran ilown nnd sunk the Republic off Nnntiiokot lightship J)atuagos amounting to 1. 500.000 H)r tho loss of tho ship an.i f 500. 000 for the loss or tho cargo and effects of (hr passonitors ml crow wero olaimoil. It wj asserted in the liltl thtit he follisiou was due to no Unit on tho psrt of Ctpt Sol shy, of the' Republic, bui whully to tho fuU of i pained to learn of tho deep I'l.inda whirh. it was alleged ment of Mr, Talbott in bis far away did nt koip proper course, lud no suffi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 February 1909

U HONOR ROLL Is Your Name Written Here -Has Your Name Been Written Here. - -- ,-i '.wtiaMJ HAVE IT DONE AT ONCE. IF NOT, J D Leach, Princeton John Griffin, Dycusburg Lee Cruce, Ardmorc W P Hogard, Monticello G L Rankin, WcBtoD. Albert McUonoell, City John Hurley, City Mrs Sallic Deboc, Pickneyvillo M H Weldon, City K T Frank, Owensboro J F Ilughea. Frodonia H F Kaykendall, Princeton Rev'.I W Bowen, Bowling G. R Oruco, Marion, Kentucky W. C Crucc, Murphysboro Geo F Guess, Marion, Ky Markatn Terry, Marion, Ky T W Walker, Marion, Ky Ooleman Woody, Marion Ky 0 R Young, Marion, Kentucky Albert Butler, Salem, Kentucky 6 M Gasa, Crayno, Kentucky fishy Parifl, Marion, Ky George Thomas, Marion, Ky Harry Haynes, Crayne, Ky. P K Cooksey, Dycusburg, Ky T J MoConnell, Marion Bam Binklev, Fredonta, Ky Mr Carrie Thonaa, Cal F'Threlkeld, RFD3 jf fl King, Blackford, L A Sliger, Marion, Kentucky W 8 Ripga, Shady GroTo E U Long, StnrgiB. Ky J A Lewie, Waoehula J Daniel, Lola, Kentucky Juliet Fox, R F ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 February 1909

I $ " mil ALLUHIH. 1 Dft r.,.Z7ZT Promotes Dickon n-M. ncssandRestjContaliuneiir Opiuni.Morphlnc norMiaenL m WOT NARCOTIC. UJ- r Jhfr Apcrfecl Remedy uon . oour aiomani.uuniuu Worms onvukkms Jewish nrss and Loss or Sleep. FacSiimk Signature of Zffff&. NEW YORK. Guarantee u4arl Exa& Copy of Wrapper CATARRH CURED x) Curt, Ho Ply, is a Mist Offer. To get an antiseptic strong enough to kill catarrh gcrino, and not tho tiasunt nf tho membrane at f fia uttnii limit li m kn m Mkl.M which wan never lolvej until the dis covery of Hyomei (pronounced High-o lie), Hyomei is prepared from eucalyptus, i ho moat powerful yet healing ntisoptia known, Urea(he it through the inhaler over the inflamed and 5 f n ri I 1 1 1 ain'irtji fur or la liar, and in -a few. days 'the germ's will diiappear. i The inflamed condition will go, too, and iheaDurning,.. hawking and ofentiive breath, and the discharge of mucous and cruets in the nose will ceata. ' i Then mWf should 'any catarrh sufferer hesitate,...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 February 1909

M ! f I H fir ft , H i mtmSfw MMfe jo fear. Circulation 4,000. mvml SI U. JBMONC EJitor an4 Publisher. BaUred u emtt miliar February sib, tgtt at lb iiili.ee at Marlon. Kaotactr. uadar lb Act el Ciuiiw of March j. ilrt. TBRMS Or SUBSCRimoN VTSJSJfSl CvWW WWQ 9 MMlh nH4 ur addrau is w s.aa t. t w . a SaO CASH 4JVETtWNG RATBS: 9 if lac ttCU Partite A4artUara. tt aT 1Mb S;.C a H.ua Advanitari. aMd a4a rat. MaaJ kaaa.artaMlfor Plata aad Rlteiro. LaaaJa 5e par Mac Laoait toe Par Mae in Jwalva polar Irpa, -lab. 4 1909. Tbt awtaeriptfow price of the temHMHf it (and k baea tia the consolidation of te two papera,) 11.50 per annum, WwTe, U subscribers who renew let 19 Oil (and pay op all arrears,) we will giTe the $1.00 rate thih month. ANNOUNCEMENTS. JAILER. We are authorized to announce J. P. MORGAN, as a candidate for Jailer. Subject to the action of the Republican primary election to be held Saturday, March 13th, 1909. We are authorized to announce GENE ACKRIDGE as a candidate for Jailer....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 February 1909

k 3S Tickct Given 4 With Each Cash Purchase $i. LiBI .W.Nuen,deatist, Press Baildin Joko Aim, Rao Williams aad Mealy Brothers, all of Fords Kerrj, were her Tuesday. Miss laa Woods kas geae to Deltas, Ark., to visit ksr sister, Mrs. Wslsford Wkite, Mjroa Krisble is ill with a eoea. pfccatioe ef dissasss at kis koss aa JMIrillt street. Mrs. A. M. Wlfrgiagtaa aad Mrs. 9efca Wyett, of Fredoala, war tks fMsts Mrs. Dorr T easdey, Rata Yaaag aad fatally left far Aaarille. Teaas, . Taesdey, wkere rkey will looats. Marian Orndedaeid Higk Uekeel mi artaariag ia aeUfcrale tka eeatea nJeJ anniversary -el Liaeala's kirtk Fekraary IS. Mrs. Barais Matt, of 8atlls, Weskiagtoa, was tks gnest of Mrs. nais Lforr Tuesday. Mrs. Molt ts viaitiag rtlatirss at bar aid kerne, 'ffasdoaia, this winter. 11. A. and 11. K. Haynes left JJienday for Delaod, Florida, to vis. it their brother, Zan and Sep Thej will bo absent several weeks, Senator 1 S, Maxwell left Monday for Ardmorc, Oklahoma, to viw it his folks. ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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