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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 20 May 1909

h Fr wjyWwPf I'l If pi v I r r I i r,. !" IS 5i Jpr fife h r I. . i V Ji. mum J r" i . .!' '": UK2 IC i"" IJ-W Tr ,f Sp "T8 !")' PAGE TWO CRITTENDEN My20 i,l)J CKKKKMKKKnKKKKHKKMKXKi:K5;KKJCW:KKKMKKK:KK0:K5:KK Look At This BUG3Y!! THOUGHTS ON BUSINESS BY It Is An WALDO PONDRAY WARREN II it! F' ' -iii liar n ' iit I s yyraij. it hjj cm COME AND SEE IT BEFORE YOU BUY, For Sale By OLIVE & WALKER Marion, XXXMXXJjaiKXXKXXXSisraJOttWSKXXKKXSiXJOSXXXJJXXXJIKU MAKING THEIR HOME IN OKLAHOMA Are Many Prominent Kentuckians-Crittenden County, as Usual, Stands First Hon. Lee Cruce Next Governor of Oklahoma. (The Times Special Correspondence) Muskogee, 01:1a., May 17. Since noon April 22, 18S9. when the land of the Indian called for the white man's plow, hundreds and thousands of Kentucklans have come trooping Into the "Land of the Fair God." and have done as much toward carving out of this wild prairie, a modern, thrifty and resourceful Commonwealth as have the people from any other State in...

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. — 20 May 1909

4 l 190 CHITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, f AGE THREE MONEY CANNOT BUY A BETTER PAINT Summer tourist fares . THAN 16th, as follows: Mi ANNA'S GREEN SEAL The Paint possessing every essential quality. Nothing In It but what should be there. Nothing lacking that will Improve it. Pigments scientifically combined, and finely ground In Pure Linseed Oil. "The Made to Wear Paint" that outwears all others, and that In wearing away docs so gradually leaving a perfect surface for repainting. FOR SALE BY Olive & CAItll OP THANKS. We dcslro to thnuk our many friends who no sllllnsb' rendered their services with sympathy (lining the IHncus and death of our dear Rood huxtmml ami hou ami brother. Mr, Kay Farmer, and also thank tho people of I'nlnn neighborhood for their help and respect when we laid him iti rent at the I'nlon graveyard Our praer nre that God's richest bkBliiKH tettl on all. MBS. KUDUS FARMER AM) II. C FARMER AND FAMILY. UK CAItKITl WHAT VOIT SAV. In KpeaKliiR of a person's fnultn Pray d...

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. — 20 May 1909

r', yyi i"" " r B fJ Xw May aoth 1909 PAGE FOUR CRIT1ENDEN RECORD-PRESS, mmmMzMmM, gOW!'7 imx WE GIVE GOLD TRADING STAMPS. ALL WE ASfr r OUR CLOTHING LOOKS GOOD Enough to buy, if the Price is right. OUR PS13CEIS RIGHT! For Men, Young Men, Boys and Children, " """ "-'" " PkU S' .tT? mKL -a sh a . i ; 7 El fc I (iiSg) I our In Price. Jfe Imy-. i Materials are 7 1 3 Excellent j Mpu . ,.' Jff Workmanship j KB ,s High Gradc Styles are ! MWW Up-to-date. j H vim' Efjc Crittcnbcn 30th year, Circulatien 4,000. S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered at matter February gth, 1007 at the postofbee at Marlon. Kentucky, under e Act of Congress at March 3. 1879. tTKICTLT CaSH IX ADVANCE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copies mailed. ........ ... .. os t month mailed to any address.... ...... .. IS " " " -J .. 5 months ....... .. i year i. I SO 4 years M .......... J o CASH ADVERTISING ijc per Inch S C to Foreign Adertiers. jc per inch S C to Home AiHertlsers Repeated ids one-halt rate. Metal bas...

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. — 20 May 1909

Sr" bQ Of ICj If you like Mi way these Suits look on paper, you MIUIIIU UIHCtllC WUY IlieV CRITRENDEN RECORD-PRESS, 'm v0th 199 ' :;4':(6fifi6')ft66ftftftftftftfeftftftftftftftftftfeftft&6feftfefcft . II m 9 IT'S AN EASY PROPOSITION. 'KoreclSlfflpe g imUlil'JH ta-l. J 71 if f Cj JM. urn ft i HI What do you think of this ? Pour pair of socks guaranteed to wear Four Months without holes in the feet, and they only cost you One Dollar For the Four Pairs. New Hats in the FUR, STRAW and PANAMA. Shirts with Collars and Cuffs Attached. Collars in the Quarter Size I Taylor & Cannan mmwmmmmmmwmmmmmmwmmmwmwwmym ftPtj ,, f i"j"!"f''!'l"' '" l'"l''"".n!5Hfc, ' .Si .ii i enlist, Pr H i in H. J. Meyers, James Harris and Fos ter I.ce Threlkeld were here this week. J. E Dean nd family nnd Al Dean ittrndcd church hero Sund-y. W 0. nnd wlfj vUiud rinls in FredotiM Sunday. ti S Brooks, of Mexico, one of he count' liest mo , win here Tue- !aV I I), Hub uird returned from .ilsvillc, he nt tended ...

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. — 20 May 1909

t. ! ,j. I s n '., v ' " T s PAGE SIX CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, May 20th 19 ' w By RANDALljgaEroaiiSTRATlONS BY PAHISHpKgBEADORNHELVILL ri i THEL "True." I uiged In flnnl effort, '"but the season is wrong. We are driving south in the face of winter, the are forming, and not breaking up. I warn every one of you the chances are we'll be nipped." "We can make It easy In three days, Mr. Stephens," brok in Anderson, loudly. 'If we only have decent wentn or, we could rip up that old hooker, copper the swag and be north-bound 1 In that time. It ain't goin' to be such a hell of a Job." 1 never glanced toward him, my eyes still on the mate. "Hut the women, Do Nova?" He was looking at them, and, following his eyes, 1 turned also. Celeste was bending eagerly forward, her dark eyes sparkling with excitement; her mistress stood erect, grasping the edge of the longboat, her face Hushed by the keen wind, her lips firmly pressed together. "I sink zat maybe zey rote wlz za crew, monsieur," smiled the...

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. — 20 May 1909

I " A ii iung Girls itwioff Into womanhood. suffar much pain and f during Um changa of physical organization. dy woman will tell you tomato troubla started r that trying period, and I clung to them ever since. ;ardul la a friend to young i, as weH as to women of lagea. It haa been found help women during their 1ng periods by relieving iln and restoring disordered rgans to health. CARDU Mrs. Mary Hudson, Eastman, Miss., writes: "While staying with me and going to school, my young sister was In terrlblo misery. I got her to take a few doses of CARDU I and It helped her at once. "I have taken Cardul my-self and believe I would have been under the clay had it not been for that wonderful medicine." Try Cardul. ft wll bate you. For tale everywhere. B 41 Before the Bar. V say without hesitation thnt Do Witt's an) Madder 1'ills arc arc uirqiitttffl f'r kiduuV. i tl unmniiiiti i f tin- Mnddcr nnd bII inir dander. Tny are anti aeptic and act promptly in nil cases of weak hftck. tmeknche, rheu...

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. — 20 May 1909

4 I ll m If B- ftt ajsr V r rr: y F tav. r (ounty w HWSOCKKSIHXK'S If KCSWrfW 'uw It! BLACKFORD. 5 ItfKUrh'fetfK WWW tf rf m HV As your regular correspondent from Blackford says she lives in Crittenden county and writes for us from some distant habitation perhaps from some "dark, unfathomed cave" we certainly oughw to appreciate her service. How ever, it looks liVe especially to a man up a tree some one right here in our .... midst might write the news, as "Nov - ; .. ....... ... .. i ous itomo writes oniv occasionally. Therefore we, though not wishing to infrince upon our sister's prerogative, will send a mall ba'ch of news. We hivl n goo! rain Saturday. Mo3t farmers have finishel planting corn and some are setting tobacco. Some fields of wheat near here are heading out with a large per cent of cheat and cockerel. Warner Mayes, just over in Crittenden, killed an owl Saturday that measured five feet from tip to tip of its wings. Miss Addie Ringo died Friday. The remains interred her...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 May 1909

fflriftjett&jett The Educatloni! Conference held at Bowling Green May fifth to seventh was one long to be remembered by all who attended. The interest and enthusiasm manifested by the faculty and student-body of the above school was a revelation to any one who has not been in nctual contact with the work of thi institution. At tho chapel exercises on Wi'dncuday morning a student re-pre (tentative from ench of the fifty-nine counties in tho Western District gave th visitors greeth gi f om the student-teachers of his county These were bnuf nnl to the point, and showed that tho student-body is fully awake to the ned of our hoys and girls. Crittenden County is represented by eight young people. Thfy arc.Min.rf Berth Moore, Myrtle Todd and Mary Gucs; Messrs. Lonnie Moore. Frud Stone, loun Matthew, Mollis Todd and J. It. Travis, They arc nil doing fine wrk and are delighted with the school. We bespeak for these young people th cn'deration of those who are entrusted with the hiring of ...

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. — 27 May 1909

l l t ? If tf I i K- r ' r v 4 '1 A S; 'f F ?. t m Br ,r . i' s c. f F' ! foji I fcArT page two CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, May 27th, 1H KXKXKXXXXXXKKXXXOOO SOME GOOD IN EVERY THING, EVEN a PACK OF CARDS, K b N mflaff 5? UCOME AND SEE M. Marion, Although his sickness caused 11 .1 S 1. I 1 .-.I f. itrffM I IT ;i For Sale By L f ! ff PAI I OWAY believe that the niht rider in the you Ret it the quicker you will be DlOnUr UrtLLUVVAT I healthier nnd happier. Reelfoot have claimed victim U will reheve distressed stomach HAS PASSED AWAY . 1. as they hereto avenge the any MHO I noOLUnnniii .... condition almcst immediately. It will , death sentence passed on six their I ,, ., . . ..: to tHrPCtions. Noted Churchman is Victim of Pneumonia and Heart Trouble. UNCONSCIOUS FOR LONG TIME. Jackson, Miss., May 24 Charles B. Galloway, of the Methodist Episcopal church, Mississippi's most disHncu'shed divine and best known publicist, who for the past twenty years las held rank among the greatest pulpit o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 May 1909

Mending tho Baptist convention at MiiavlUe this week. , t farmers are busy plantingJcorn id preparing tobacco ground. Several attended at Mack burn church iunrfay, May ft, on the occasion of the Irdinatnn of deacons. Splendid ser vice Fine sermon. Gabe Towcry, Warner Hoyd, II. M. Williams, Alves Clayton and Jack Hoyd were in Marion Inst week. i larencc Crittenden, of was in Shady Grove on business last week Prayer meeting every Saturdaynight at the Baptist church. The Sunday achooU are moving on nicely at this place. Schools are being taught at Lamb by Mary Towcry and at this place by DesHie Fox. Eld. It. ('. Love will preach nt the Methodist church every third and Eld. II A La Hue at the Hapist church ;ry fourth Saturday night and Sunday. itaptising on Piney creek 23. Every- Jy invited. It is rumored that Pierce ley will begin a singing school at this lace. Robert E. Towery was in Marion fednesdny anil Thursday. Prayer meeting and Sunday school at 'a every Sunday evening. George B....

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. — 27 May 1909

f. ,, JffrtgrIrj rq t 7WTVW tp&lttsttrTt9tp&BR mf( '"n PAGE FOUR CRIT1ENDEN RECORD-MISS, MayZ7thlMi jttigggM KIllJ M BBMM C3 TIP SSE'haKf MfTr IPI Cfjc Crittenbcu 30th j ear. Circulatien 4,000. S. M. JENKINS Editor nd Publisher. Entered as matter February sth. 100? at tbe ponoffice at Marlon. Kentucky, under e Ael of Conre o( Marcli j. i3". 1TBICTLT CAKII IN ADVANCE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copies mailed.. .............- S 1 uicnth mailed to hit addrri.... t$ mnnthl ' ........ 75 " .. I.W I jrtar ...... 4 Tf'ts CASH ADVERTISING RATES: 15c per inch S. C. to Foreign Adertiser. c per inch S C. to Home Advertisers Repeated ids one-half rate. Metal bases only used for Plates and Electros. Locals 5c per line Locals 10c Per line in twelve point type. THURSDAY, May 27 191-9 The subscription price of the Cmttindkn is (and has been since the consolidation of the two papers,) $1.50 per annum, however, to subscribers who renew for 1D0U (and pay up all arrearij we will give the $1.0...

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. — 27 May 1909

- mm,ifmfn'H'l&?' . i CRITRENDEN RECORD-PRESS, TKay 27th, 1103 Ik A l 4 ri7 " a c I uV VU" $ $ SAVED MAHE MUKt $ $ iBVBpMnvmv You can certainly save the dollars by buying first quality goods, provided you do not pay to much' ami this you need not do if you come to us, for we have the best Quality and we make the Lowest varrantcd)sVsN rA( JTZ U to wear (Y 0 fj7 2 Possible Price. Here is where you save. w rjTiSv rerr t y.iy.z in Mat' New .Straws ln a uiiis Wcalwaysle ;d W& in Now Th i; s. JS Tickets Given With i Each Cash Purchase. mmmmmmmmwwmmwmmmmmmmmmwmmm PT f uiiu.doHtut, Pro Building E. H. James, of KutUwu, was hero Sunday. Congressman 0. M. James will leave again for Wmhington Thursday of this -week. Marvin Charles, of Dyctuburg, was in the city Thursday. Kev. It. T. McConnull, of Mannsville, visit his relatives here this week. '"Malcolm Wilkie, tho I. C. agent at Fredoniu, was here Friday. J. L. Shrode and wife, of spent Sunday here. Mrs. George Uohurts and daughter, Ev...

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. — 27 May 1909

vo (,. V 4-i AGE SIX CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, , JT j Mi THE IMlOYAGE liililiL AurxMcr'64SXvrfnsfrarf,tAcev'nt Hull i-s jn CHAPTER XIX. In Which We Attain 65 17' South. When morning arrived the Sea Queen was plunging through an angry sea, In tho midst of a raging snow storm which effectually concealed all our Immediate surroundings. With v'vld remembrance of those vast ice field:- lying off jtir starboard quarter, and the certainty that numerous bergs were drifting not far ahead, we wore compelled to slow down our engines, feeling a way cautiously through the white fog. The buffeting our bows, and scraping along the sides, were a constant menace, requiring men to fend thom off bo an to keep rudder and screw uninjured; tho mainsail had broken loose from tta gaskets, and, frozen stiff as the heavy canvas was, proved difficult to secure; while tho Ice on our forward deck had accumulated to such a thickness as to bo weighting us down by the head, and had to be chopped loose and flung ove...

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. — 27 May 1909

wyv W&WG f j ? .j IhlMO CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, FACE SEVEN ER 'FERING ME YEAR by Lydia E. Pink- 'sVegetable Compound raukoe. Wla. Lvdla "E. Pink. i Vcgotablo Compound lias made mo n won woman, and 1 would like to toll thu whole world of it. I suffered from female trouble and fearful pains in my back. I had tho best doctors nud tlicy all decided that I had a tumor In addition to mV female trouble, and advined an opera lion. Lyttiri !;. i'lnkham'M Vegetable Compound made mo a well woman and I have no moro baekache. I hopo I can help others by telllnir them what Lvdla H. Pinklmm'a Vegetable Compound has dono for me " Kmm.v Imhk, ku FlrstSL, Milwaukee, Wis. Tho nbovo Ih only one of the, thou nandit of grateful letterri which aro soiiHUntly Indng received by tho Pliikham Medlcinu Company of Lynn, Mass .which prove Ix'yotul a doubttlmt Lydia E. lMnkham'H Vegetable Com-pound, made from root a mid herbs. Actually does euro these obstinate diseases of women after all other means have fa...

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. — 27 May 1909

gBBBBB5BBBts9snfff?S L I- f 71 HI (minty . i i m it rj'nppv LEVIAS. iSKgaS3SSlC81fS.iSKaffKS3SK Rev. Woodruff visited here last week en route to New Salem. Carter McDowell and family visited in Walnut Grove section last week. Mrs. Parsons, of Pinckneyville, was with her dcughter, Mrs. Dr. Fox, during n severe attack of fever the last two weeks. A road scraper is at work in this section, greatly to our relief. Mrs. Penny Holowell, of Shady Grove visited Dr. Fox and family last week. Miss Ethel Price visited in Tribune last week, the guest of Dr. Travis and family. Rev. Willie Suggs preached at Union Sunday night, quite a goodly number present to hear him. Miss Effie Wolford. of Salem, is visiting her many friends in this section. J. B. Carter, our progressive stock man, has arranged a "dip" for Bheep and hogs. If your stock are infected with skin diseases or "creepers," take them to him and have them cured. Miss Gladys Hardy returned to Dawson Springs last week, after several weeks' ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 June 1909

fc 1 V JK? . tllimhm fatmfa$t&& w k 1 a. V 1&3I MARION, CHITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 3, 1909 NUMBER I IAMON WINS FIRST GAME 32 HILLED AND 52 INJURED LOCKED HORNS IN SENATE DEATH WIND IN OKLAHOMA. DECORATION DAY OBSERVED BRADLEY BLAMES THE TRUST .' Season Ueteals Slurgls by a core of four ts Two T Hay Providence Sooi. hrion New Ball Park was formaly "cn Tuesday last in a fine game with Siutkis, in which the Mnrion tinn wan victorious by a score of 4 to 2. Both tennis played nicely, but tho feature of tho day were tho heavy Gues who, out of -I times up made 4 hits one of which was for an extra hfle, and thu work of Gossago who only allowed the visitors two hits and . slrdtk out 10 of their men. The game was as follows: . MAKION. PJayern AU It H SB PO A E s 4 0 0 0 10 0 J. Lnm 2b 4000402 .Monro., c 4 1 1 0 10 o 1 ;uims, 3b 4 0 4 0 10 1 GoMace, p rtOOOOJO IVntccoit. lb 3 10 0 2 10 D'xvu cf 3 10 0 0 0 0 G. Um' If 3 10 12 0 0 F'an;. rf 3 0 2 0 10 0 '- TouH ol 4 7 1 7 6 4 ...

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. — 3 June 1909

k,. r I . about fifteon stranjre men arrived from I the south on the one train this morning, and started -in town, hut were mot by a man who a - n to the negi' an 1 tbn ,11 I'irned back, go;n up i ' railroad to the Broadway eroding, there' to rhc .May Pants Company'' h'jildinar where they remain! a few moment. About that time a freight train iroing eouth enmoj alone, and the nesiro ays the crowd boarded it and went south. Very few people in town were aware of the guard and extra police precaution. MayrVM Monitor Aren't You (ilnrl You Llvfiln Knniiinky? St. Paul. Minn., May 2-1. -More thnn a foot of snow fell Monday in the Rocky Mountains, and played havoc with train and telegraph service on the Kalispell, Mont, division of the Groat Northern Railroad. The trains wore stalled for several hours at certain points and snow plows had to he called into service to extricate them. Trains on this road due in the Twin cities were from ten to fifteen hours late. Winnipeg. Man., May 19. The sno...

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. — 3 June 1909

Take Iiy is without doubt the most efficient house paint on the market, and is cheapest in the end, in that it will go further and wear longer than other paints. Only the best materials are used, with WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT PIGMENT, tempered with just enough zinc to prevent chalking quickly, as is the case where lead alone is used. FOR SALl BY T's'.i S He Has New Power Serfet. New V r. a) .;l .. ollvi4i.u (I r ,R'i.ij i im in tj the .mv. k t, ?l .mil (j ii() capital stock, ' l'jiuy in t'Xp.utt on) of N'eo'a T- - iiMitiuii, Mr. TosIh an-i' 1 tlio adoption of ihr device i ) the A'tttimiu (JoriMtlidutcd Coal a-, i ?r i 'meo . I t i- iiiuovir -I t mechanical j.r uciplo entirely new ami of (he T tct una ln " Mr, Tenia ' I. ' bin I ft'iatl lint be in it i ihnVi hrinuti ll'f detail and 1 x t '( iiiu. .k' fourtioi for I ,j w m k it - principle h i ii i ui 'Z" if the pow i i . Hid iiiitrai in a Avoid Trouble Wmki, wfcei ikretteiei KM mHkth shraM take Carat! aid prtveil the trh k Irta ...

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. — 3 June 1909

1 .Mr fifci T ' s i"4 rVvV -- T-V J. V JUNE 3rd lMf PAGE FOUR CRITIENDEN RECORD-PRESS, .. mm? Tn.n.. H Che Critten&fH 3oih year, Circulation jiooo. S. M. JENKINS Editor nd Publisher. Entered at matter February 9th, 1007 at the poMofhee at Marlon. Kentucky, under e Act of Concres of March 3. iSr? STItCTLT CASH IN ADVAXCK. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single cople malted oj I month mailed to any adires IJ " " " S months 71 " " " I year .......... l.jo " " 4 yean .............. oo CASH ADVERTISING RATES- 15c per inch S. C. to Foreign Advertiser! joc per inch S C to Home Advertiser Repeated ids one-half rate. Metal bates only used for Plates and Electros. Locals 5c per line. Locals toe Per line In twelve point type. THURSDAY, Juoe 3 1909 The subscription price of the Chittenden 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 the $1.00 rate thic month Let thy disconte...

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. — 3 June 1909

v V La . 1 yp 'P" 1 '' iULI i ' I1"1' I1 1WfH "l "WlMllIf J' 0V4 ' ' i J3 1 1. CRITRENDEN RECORD-PRESS, " """ ""ww ' JUNF 3rd 1909 .. Id a OAlETI IIAIC lljlfinir i rfMi i ,. ) , $ You and DnacikU g W WOI Whv suits in one you this lilVCSt Styles in is Hats. N"u Oo'ors come New Straus -Pan our hold a mas Weal wavs lead longer 1 J in New Things. you no . ' & Ladies and children's fancy AYI Km C A IM IM parasols. - I H I LiVIl X. W-Pl ll . .. ... ... , . I If V J. 11 II ..11! I FPU.. tl.. I1 T. C. Johnston, Syn I 11 " i r V S' unn.dentUi, l'ro lluildiog Curtis Picket, of Hontieroon, who visited his parent Sunday, returned home Monday. J. G. Ashcr was appointed sheriff to (111 the vacancy cauied by tho death of J. F. Flanary. Miss Jeile Croft, who attended Sayro college at Lexington, o turned home last week. Mis Verdie Stone, of Dixon, is tho truest of her brother, Cleveland Stone, on west Depot street. Mrs. Luther Farmer and baby arc the gucita of Joel A. Farmer ami family on Walker...

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