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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 February 1909

y m,wU . j -A - .jvLs.. ,6. yMnii iCi iv-l' ' vC j;. J-' - 45H" ' M'i Vi V ' , Page two CHITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, FEBRUARY Hith. HMUMUKKnKnKMKUKKtKKKMnKKXKK guUDDMUUIVUULIVI bU.9 if X I Nvf HAArtA MacAniA fiArnAi1 W I D. J. HUBBARD, Proprietor 1 Invites the patronage of the public. Clean, Fresh and First Class stock of groceries at lowest prices consistent with Quality. Our restaurant is open early and late anil we are especially well prepared to feed the crowd on COUNTY COURT days, and Tobacco Men when In the city. Give us a call and our word for it you will not be disappointed. Next door to Taylor & Cannan, and to Mrs. Cavender. W 0 0. 0 0 0 0 V 0 X0 0 JC X X 0- X0 HUBBARD GROCERY CO.,1 MARION, - KY. AN IMPORTANT DECISION BY THE UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE ON BLEACHING FLOUR. Dr. Wiley the United states Chemist, after having analyzed samples of bleached flour from all parts of the country, found by careful analysis that flour bleached by the Electrical process was...

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. — 25 February 1909

K '. t ' PAGE THREE CHITTENDEN FEBRUARY 25th. t to?' fesa Easggwg L II I I) KID ALCOHOL 3 l'll Kl-v-i. AVcgclablelVrpafaiion&rAs. Siroll.KlIlltrFnnd.nnIRmt. ling llic Stomachs aMDowlsot P Promotes ;uwl lli'sirontalns nritfer Opiuin.Morjihinc norMincral isotnahcotic. AKipetfOUDrSMUimm. linpin SnJ" stlxJmna fypirwmf - . JiikrtmakXtii Ihraim' RSo Jfcatojmn ilmr. -C Anrrfi'd hVmedv forCrtrtsllra Km!? Hon . Sour Stonuch.Dlarrtrw WormU'oiivulsioiis.lcwisli SfiflR. OO'U ncss fliul Loss or Sllkp. OStC Sijnaturr of I .9. ti 1KW fettffZZI. NEW YORK. Exact Copy of Wrapper, THEY ALWAYS THINK OF THE RECORD-PRESS. Letter troiii Old Friends Who Have Moved Away From Crittenden County. Pond Crook. Ok . Ken. fl. 'OH. Dear Old Fried Find enclosod an ordur for the -money for tho dear old Pukns which wo enjoy mi much. As the mail comes in tho children roach for the Vounh'x Companion, I for the O. K I'urin .lournal, all at once for t ho PltKSS Wo are always glad to hoar from home and friends, and tha...

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. — 25 February 1909

'J '.' ffi( s m a I 8 '" Rill 3' i Nl It W ! ffl c ? , jya i'. . Hfu p 0 kV . iJMi vt'i.sN At J wwwii ".ftiwwai il' ' i - 1 1 in m i i',)WXJ..i.; WBSSHeSSSZSZi iiinnnitfcm) iimi riWtfirlrwitfrlroLivMniw.fcjMf rih "S , rt ' w r "i'P' Wi'ifOlT'C -' '"' " .MHrrn ' - r. lvm ? AGE FOUR CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS. FEBRUARY (1 M- Don't Miss Our CLOTHING PRICES Its your chance to buy the best line of SUITS PANTS-OVERCOATS Less than you ever pi ATHIMft saw lots of this f all's Lw M 1 1 li U At 1-2 the Prices See Those $7.50 Suits Worth $12.00 to $15.00 Heavy weight Pants wir Profit Boys Suits at 1-2 Price. NEW SPRING CLOTHING COMING. Cfje CrittcnOf SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT, 30th year, Circulatien 4,000 S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered as matter February gth. ico; at the postothce at Marion, Kentucky, under tbe Act of Congress of March 3. 1S79. STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copies mailed 01 I month mailed to any address is ' " " S months ?$ " " " year 1.50 " ' " ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 February 1909

H wwww PES W..Nutiu,dcnliit, Pre Huildin Miff LcatU Wilborn left i'riday tor Providcnac vioit Mis.i Rebecca William. I K. Under, of Frcdouia. wit liorc Monday to attend the funeral xerviccs of hi relative, Mr, S. J. C rid or. A. I. Lamb, of Clay, wait in the city last week, during the meeting at the Cumberland church. Ilopkirmillc Steam Laundry, the old reliable--don't change hands every week. Hoy Gilbert, Agt. Mr, and Mrs. M. K. Itacon, of 1Iopkinivillo, were guest of her relatives here Saturday and Sunday, II. N. I.antb, of I'iuey, wan here Thursday to attend the meeting now in progress at the Cumberland chinch. W. H. Ordway has rented the Chittenden place west of the city and will move to it from hi. furni near Craync. Sylvan .1. Sohwab has secured a poHition assisant with K, Co', (he concern in Memphis with whom Ills sister, Miss Rosa had been connected four years. FOR SALE Two hundred soft uiaplo trees at 20 cents each. Two yeas old. -V, I). Haynks, Marion, Ky. Mr, and Mrs. Wal...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 February 1909

J.J I frl ' Hlli f 1- vml biTfMiMrt f.fl S PAGE SIX CRITTENDEN FEIM.UARY 25th. ii A THEL AfifflKOYAGEl GlillL IJHBBSKXWSffi LUSTRATIONS RY iBy DANDAL PAHWISH Affjwf a 'MtHvpmr arAncep'rr 11 FQgg SJ CHAPTER II. In Which I Meet His Lordship. Chilean otlicers. largely naval, to judge f i om their rather resplendent uniforms, occupied this second table, and it was evident that they had lieen drlnklni; to excess, it was their loud voices ami boisterous Inughtei which first attracted m.v attention, and 1 soon caught sutticiont of theli incautious speech to discover they were bantering one among their number to carry into execution a tipsy boast ho had just made over the wine. The special olllcer thus singled out as butt for the boisterous wit of his recltlexs companions was a nnvnl lieutenant, n rather tall, cadaverous fellow, sallow faced, his short black hair standing oroct and bristling, his mustnrhes drooping so as to shade the corners of his mouth. His cheeks were Hushed with temper ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 February 1909

. ,'.,'( .,. rJ)t tHj K L niiickshear, Principal Tcxna S N nnd I. College.) (Read at the Fifth Annual Session of the National Association of Teachers lu Colored Schools, Louisville, M . Juno 'id, 190S.) hlle no colored man possessing even a spark of Intelligence or of appreciation can bo unmindful or for what Northern philanthropy and Christianity have done .me! are doing for negro education in th Southern States, still this ihould not tatiKo us to be unmindful or unnpproclatlvo of the work tho Mint hern Stales nnd municipalities in doing for our educational up building. Moreover our undying giatltude for emancipation from slavery need not blind our eyes and ti'inds to that practical, in ighborb philanthropy of friendly whites among the former and Hielr descendents which htiB done so much to make freedom effective ind to emancipate us from ignorant e and poverty This practical philanthropy takes the form of iiilMic ncotirageiiient and financial bilp In eery undertaking made by the c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 February 1909

r v n- t tL the Finhurg Con I Co., owner of the Mi I- vi.ltln k . .' Mis 1 . Ms. 1 , m r " "' LiuiMlle, Mollie PuUiicv. Frof. McDonald, of Princeton, attended el urcli bore Snndiv. to No Orleans. .Mr. Wallace e I Mieo w is Hgent during hi al si-nei', lnxwl Bn. iHve mrv..i ilu'ir s .el nt Kiirtiitiin ' ll'i" 1 1 1 i in... .mi lit. rnitiii vti'Htid hv ihelll I b"Mig 1 1 ' . I Nni tiMiil up fur T I. II i W'll nioVf bis srni'k of i' j.i.ii . liter. '' Harriet I n mi wif. I art I ri. died al her b w lie JgU?Wt.j s, I W PAGE? EIGHT CRITTENDEN FEBRUARY 25th. IS v 74 Drouned in Ship Wreck. WELLINGTON. N 7., Feb 22. The Union steamship company of Wellington' steamer Penguin was wrecked Inst night off Cape Some of the passengers and a number of the crew were saved, but the remainder of the ship's company, numbering slxtv -seven, are missing and are supposed to have perished. The Penguin is a total ltjss skvi:x rnitsovs iitov.i:i. I BREST. Fiatre Feb 22 A British steamei. t no name of which Is...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 March 1909

Ifi i -M" y - r., "","' "v r - 'flr"'' ""-1 '"'!'-'""" : - f ' ' -TV 4'" v r, ?!?' V t - J (Sriffjcitfreu -M lH V 1 1 1 11 fl 1 11 a k"S '"""iB H mv 'L. 'LK 'OL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY MAR. 4. 1909 NUMBER UTURE OF TOBACCO GROWERS Amerlcan Society ol Equity Was and Will Continue to be Broad li In Its Scope nl Work. 1009 TO BE A PROSPESOUS YEAR. Tin. for Tobacco firowor. Tin- following very thoughtful .non, ordinary "hoot owl" delnyod tide from the pen of President Pennsylvania trnln No 7, running ton lit worthy of iiircfnl study by nil petweun Louisville nnd ChlcaRo. Sat-who believe In fnrmers' night, for ntiout thirty I titCH. and put Engineer John V Tin- American Society of Equity l.nwton. of Lonlnvllle, out of good, active organization ln.n,oion twelve status. Anions the stntea . Tn,. fnnt trnln was about one hour HtroriKl) orgnnUed 1 Kentucky Hut nte, and Engineer Lnwton wad try-the Mltuatlon In Kentucky 1b ( ing to make up the loHt time He Mar and Morion Wc are n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 March 1909

Wind Xz ? fc b . PWHIIJfcfcli ii liMiyii.M,,i.'i.. ti 'A' i ni' '" "jd T PAGE TWO CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, MARCH 4th 1909. TOBACCO o Theory of Farmers' Co-Operation is Sound and , Sane, and Therefore Not To Be Gainsaid. CO-OPERATION IS ALRIGHT, IF FARMERS ARE WILLING AND KNOW HOW TO CO-OPERATE. All Things Considered, the Formers of the Five Counties Hove in the Main Proven Themselves Loyol Poticnt, Persistent, courageous ond Resourceful. WILL THE ASSOCIATION SURVIVE WITHOUT A BREAK IN ITS C0NTIN1TY ? The theory of farmers' co-operation is sound and sane, and therefore not to be gainsaid. The difficulties arise when the attempt is made to put that theory into practice. And more espcccially is this, the case when an attempt is made to put an unavailable theory in practice where organized capital is bent on dclcating that atempt. Co-operation is alright, if only farmers are willing to co-operate and know how to co-operate. That farmers can and will co-operate I am fully persuaded from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 March 1909

:f f .? PAGE THREE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS. MARCH 4th 1909 fc, ELECTION OFFICERS APPOINTED For The Republican Primary Election to be Held Saturday March Thirteenth. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND NINE. Marion No 1- J. M. Freeman and Chariot Kldor, judges; H. A. Ilayncs, clerk; Mro, Holt, shcrifT. Marion No. 2: W. U. Bryant and IT. S. Graves, judges; H. clerk ; K, U. Merrick, nhoriff. Marion No. 3: K. M. Duvall and 1 C. Hughes, judges ; Jim Tol-ley clerk- R. H. Elder, sheriff. Mrion No. 4- .1. H. Ulark and Will Crayno, judges; Aaron Hcbout, clerk, A M. Henry, sheriff. Marion No. fi W. A. Woodall and A. .1 Duvall, judgos; It. L "Wilborn, clerk, .1. Frank Conger, shcrifT Frances- W. K. Aabridgc and J T Matthown, ludgos;C. W. Fox, clerk, Robert Running, sheriff. DvPUHiiriio J. N. McKmnoy and Icmo Grime, judges; J. K Turlcy, clerk; Hugh Dalton, nhcrirT. Horrv Allison and .1 L Settled, judged, It. A. Lallur, clerk , H M Poguc. dhcriff. Slir.RliiAN Henry Hoalmcr and T .1 Hoover, judged, A J. Bobout,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 March 1909

t . i '' fv tt n't Miss Our CLOTHING PRICES Its your chance to buy the best line of SUITS PANTS-OVERCOATS Less than you ever pi OTHIIMft saw lots of this faii'sVLUIIIIIlU At 12 the Prices See Those $7.50 Suits Worth $12.00 to $15.00 Heavy weight Pants ""ST Profit Boys Suits at 1-2 Price. NEW SPRING CLOTHING COMING. HototN )t Crittenden 30th year, Circulatien 4,000 I. JENKINS Editor nd Publisher. iter'd at lecond class matter February 9th. at the pottoftce lit Marlon. Kentucky, under ct of Concres cf March 3. 1879 tlHICTLT CASH IM ADVANCE. lERMb OF SUBSCRIPTION le copies milled 05 mth malleJ to any address IS ' " " ontbs 75 ar t.jo in .............. S OO ill ADVERTISING RATES per inch S C to I oreirn Advertisers per inch S C to Home Advertisers eated ids one-half rate. al banes only used for Plates and Electros lis sc per line lis ioc Per line in twelve point type THURSDAY, Mar. 4 1809. The subscription price of the ittknukn is (and been stnoo the consolidation of two papers,) $1.50 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 March 1909

Mrs. II. Minn Lily week. nv CRITRENDEN RECORD-PRESS, MARCH 4th, 1909 MmmsmmMi)mAMAmMMmMm&m K WHAT CAN YOU DO? Benjiman Franklin Recommended Kosciusco to George Washington, Who asked Him; ' What Can You Do?" 4Try Me' Was the Quick Reply. Washington Profited much by the Trial. Try Us when you want anything in Dry Goods, Clothing SB Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Carpets, Rugs, Druggets or Mattings, and you will Profit much by the trial. Spring Suits arm now coming In, So Don't buy lswhr until you hav sn ours. fCi We still have some "cltse out" lots of Suits and ;; Extra Pants. You'll certainly miss a bargain if you miss JSSi ett,ni some of them. 5s 15.00 Suits 7.50 Mm. II. C. Love, of Seridan, was tho guest ot her son Eugene lait week. Don't forgot taurant. Dan Hubbard's res Charles Flanary, of O'Hara, wore the guests of bis mother Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. George HoborU and hqr lilte daughter have returnod fr.tn New Orleans. Cotnparo our work with new stuff. Marganfield Laundry, Enoch Frit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 March 1909

Ir KUE3 - ijp FZa it: PAGE SIX CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, MARCH 4th 9. I'. It . 4 l ) t 1 1" I I1 I S I i I I J , V '" p I ' h. v ; 'I ' I P I ? tu . I f K K: L?I 1 h' W THEL Bftfi ISuSSVisI l? is&zmm ASriOYAGEl By PANDAQjHBMiiEmilSTRATIONS BY PARRISHFtRWteADBORN MELVILl 8YNOP8IS. CHAPTER story opna wlCk the Introduction of John Stephens, adventurer, a Massachusetts man marooned by authorities at Valparaiso. Chile. Interested In inlnlnK operations la Bolivia, he was denounced by Chile at an Insurrectionist and as a consequence was hiding At his hotel his attention wiia attracted hy an Englishman and a young woman. CHAPTKIt H.-Stephens rescued til. younv woman from a drunken offlcer lie Mas thanked by her CHAPTKIt III -Admiral of the Peruvian navy confronted Stephens, told him that war had been declared between Chile and Peru and offered him the office of captain. He desired that that nluht the Ksmeralda, a Chilean vessel should be raptured. Stephens accepted the commission. CHAPTK...

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. — 4 March 1909

& 321 R. SEVEN CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS MARCH 4th 1909. HONOR lose Who Hove Paid ROLL Subshriplion Since Our Last Report-Come Thou and do Likewise. G W I'ern. ,n .n K.-i,..... J F l'lanary. Marion K.'iit'iekj .1 W Hoi I. It F I) No 2 - (' Coleman, Shady drove Ky T .1 Woody K F P No I W Taylor, Blackford Kv Pop 1 inniiit; Co . i.ouisvillc I Crayne, M irion Kentucky I M 1'ierce. Salem Kentucky It A .lolii.ton. LnU Kentucky I. V, Crider. Marion Kentucky I I, Wooilsiiio, Tribune Ky T II (Whran, Marion Kentucky II I. II llninnn, Marion Ky lliu'li Illinois K C Sunpsnn Marion Ky W J Dcboe. MMon Kentucky Mr- Charley Clement, Marion .1 Dixon Florida K I. HornriiHK. Iron Hill Ky I !. HevnnlJ". Blackford Ky iJfKpn B CrforJ, To'u Ky Jiek Crldor, I'on.l Crook OIU I! K Moor M1'V 'IV Kr 1,.'', '.. ),r. rk,... Ir, I. Itridhurn H F P N 6 Unrr .1 Msrlou K Mrnr Farmer, II I' D So f, n 11 K mp. Iron Hill Kv H I N' Msrrnn Katnky T .-J ThrrUM. MaiiIII W W ..Uon MinH F A F'i Marlon Knuttisky w n Hi . M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 March 1909

W' f a Xv4 -v 'i"l W91iWiy;i"'J ""V m"'t -V"'" "' r," .-. f "T .. J"W ' A, V r v PAGE EIGHT CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, MARCH 4th. 1909. BAKING PoWDl Makes delicious hot biscuit, griddle cakes, rolls and muffins. The only Baking Powder Made from Royal Grnpe Cream of Tartar a SUmfero of f ht fr"8?fr Hebron. Henry Hamilton was in this day" Colcn school Thursday lion Sunday. The new county bridge at Dun Springs wait badly damaged by the high water Tuesday. Repairs will have to be made before it can be used again. Several persons att ended the singing at Ben Fowler's Saturday night J. L. Love, of McMullin. Mo , visited relatives here a few days ago. Fentoo' Griffith, of Morion, has bought thp Al Easley mill and shop Mrs. J. M. Martin, of Birch Tree, Mo., who has been visiting in this section for several weeks, left Monday for her home by the way of St. Louts. John Guess of Tolu was in this section Sunday. 30 Beautiful Post Cards, 10 of tneru with your name tinseled in gold, worth 75c or II...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 11 March 1909

NEW PRESIDENT AND VloE PRESIDENT TAKE OATH OF OFFICE. WASHINGTON ISTHRONGED Details of the Notable Ceremonies In the Senate Chamber and on the East Portico of the Capitol. BY EDWARD &. CLARK. WnsttliiKtmi. Mnr. 4. William How. . ard Taft In now president of the tM States nnil James Schoolcraft Sherman Ih vice-president. President Tuft took tho oath of office shortly alter noon on tho cast portico of tho cnpltol In tho presence of onu of the groutest throngs that ever gathered In the chief legislative city of the nation to witness tho ceremonies attending tho Inauguration of a chief executive Tho vice-president took the oath of oflleo In the seuato chamber Immediately preceding tho administering of tliu oath to the president-elect Notwithstanding tho fuct that Mr. Taft l)3s been In civil pursuits all his life, the military display which accompanied his Induction Into oflleo was greater than that which marked tho Inauguration of the militant rough rider president, Theodora IlooBov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 11 March 1909

K H it r r SjMRWj I " nrfr --.- t '-- -.i "" i 111 in ill i 'n'l ii vma i pw ' T rc 'fr jrwr, ; pf ryii lgwTillHrtglffe". V. ' ' " -"" " 1' PAGE TWO CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, MARCH lUli, 190i PRESIDENT WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT (continued from first page.) Jfi .! s? I STMrSM WmWVW kMEWCm J H ... Of!" - " . . . 3 .-. v 7 H, lAMMMkafHIFAXHiH ,. ttMM . i I' i If m if II m 11 B WYBfl I S ilMMI H m jSm JHjP B H B ffV.'..'LLWELMtJlrliIMQWrygVltt aSaavSaBBBBBp B7HPr3l iTTJWWT'' "WiB4iiH iprcTTCMjrc .rtilly ni .&: rujrrlKht by Wulilak'tixt 1 C i JAUGURATION OF PRFSIDENT elect were escorted by the congressional committee Into the senate wing of the capltol through the historic doorway of bronze m the east side of the building. They went directly o 'he president's room where they remained until the commit tec of arrangements oiu.e in them and announced thrt the senate was In read! ncss to receive then Mr. ttcosevelt and Mr. Taft then walkel to the sen ate chamber, taking :he seats reserved for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 11 March 1909

' tv vJl ""JSKTfs Tf "T7 ' 'f 5- ;e three CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, MARCH 11th, 1909". HKl THE KIDNEYS WELL. rtiltli is W'oitli Saving, mid Soiiu' Minion I'tnple Know How to Save It. Mihij Marion poplo tuku tlu'lr IC8 in hands by noglectln i the k Ji.eys ttliMi Mify k irw tin'.-'- forearm ncd hflo. u k k.dnojB are h for n wist nm.iunt of fmip mil ill h''ilth, lint thero Ih no i d to mfftr imr to remain In ilni -, r when all dlsunsoB it ml uchos iitnl is due to weak kldnoya can In itnirl.h iMttl poniMiiontly cured li II: Donn'B IMUh Hi i Ih mi I'ltlrett'B 111 lit' t foil H' Il 1, il Mm Ion, Ky snv T fit ! i I suffered from KM v ot in' ! ml I ntn glnd to , a Iii ii I li I'.'ls lollovetl In t 1111,1 1' l da I a dull acho In II . k 1 w 'ten I U!;l any Il ? Jif rUf twinges poized Hi :id I'll. ! niiivJj m'iPi'v I f"l la- , '. v.i' nervou' .in. I nfti'ii f il f i on. iiirzi .pelN I proctinul nimn'H Klilnoy l'llls at llnynos Jfc Tay lu - drug fcioro nnd iulr tieu or Him to effected a ui . I'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 11 March 1909

It fc l" l ! Sr. Rv I w lEi GOODS Without The PROFIT They are Yours as Long as They LAST. Come and GET THEM CASH ADVERTISING RATES- ije per inch S C. to Foreign Adtertiieri. ioc per inch S C. to Home Adertisers Repeated i one-half rate. Metal base only used for Plates and Electros. Locals jc per line. Lncals ioc Per line in twelve point type. THURSDAY, Mar. 11 l'JOfl. Spring HATS and CAPS for MEN BOYS and Children TAnutLL uuutnntim V . , Cfje Critten 30th year, Circulation 4,000. S. M. JENKINS Editor nd Publisher. Entered at mailer February oth, 1007 at Ibe postoffice at Marion, Kentucky, tinder e Act of CongreM of March 3. 1873, ITRICTLT CA8H IK ADVANCC TERMS OH SUBSCRIPTION Single copies mailed 05 1 month mailed 10 any addren 15 " " " j months 71 1 er ,' ," t(" 1,50 yean $.00 The subscription price of the Crittenden is (and has been since the consolidation of the two papers.) $1 50 per annum, however, to subscribers who renew for lHUlt (and pay up all arrearsj we 'v. t t,n no rhjp...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 11 March 1909

)ki ,T IP1"'1 i'rpT TFfBn 5T Tr ' .fl T1 "fTT IFIVE CRITRENDEN RECORD-PRESS, MARCH 1 1th 1905 MMMMMMMWMMIMMMMMMWMMMm These Suits Look pretty on paper but. if you will call and see them, you will say yourself, they are prettier than GREAT SHOWING OF SPRING GOODS. the picture. Sfc Never before in the history of Marion has there been such an elaborate showing of Spring and Summer g Merchandise as we now have, having studied closely the newest things, we are now prepared to prove these SJ few lines with the Prettiest, Newest,, and most complete line of Dry Goods and Notions ever shown here. g TOBACCO g S CANVAS X iSS P. W. Nunu.iluiuut, Press Uuildin b. Gugenhcim returned Sunday from the Si Louis market. I). H. King and sons, of Baker, ware hero Thursday to got a load of field iccds. Watch for bargains at the Now ork bargain storo under tho opera house, Mr. A. S Cavendcr wont to the markets last week to purchase her spring stock. Great Shoe and Clothing Sale Sat urday at the New York Ba...

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