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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 June 1909

' 1 v L i. 1 5 r I K. If ' , h . i f School Attorneys fee- Feeble-minded Institute! Jefferson county fes... Balance due A. ft M College Dc 1, 1907 Balance due schools . On J, n. 1 1'iOs, I to pav school claims anviiinting to. On Jan 2, lfios, m rf. paid in school claim wiih h be'i ii iid (liirlne tho pr i the haul 1 So that r 'i balance on 19.014.S4 SJ,73C.88 sorry for It when nervous or c'vcnle icsulted, and they In : - boon ablo to euro It Use . ad prevent having Dyspej . Evorj "v'ect to indiges tion. SU... och dt. ...Tcrnent follows stomach abuse, Just as naturally nnd just as suiely as n sound and healthy stomach resulta upon tho taking of Kodol. When you experience sourness of stomach, belching of gas and nauseating fluid, bloated sensation, gnawing pain in tho pit of tho ntomach, heart hum (so-called), diarrhoea, headaches, dullness or chronic iired feeling you need Kodol. And then the qulcher you tako Kodol the better. Pat what you want, lot K;doI divert it. .. Ordinary peppl...

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. — 24 June 1909

w Tho Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. OM.lt I NT EFFORT TO iMm. iiKKcri; win: fails. liuU Cohen Jump ngara Hlicr. Into N. 1lut)iiiiil FoIIomh (uiil Struggle for nn Hour. UOMAX HIES. IN HIS ARMS. Niagara Falls, N V.. June 10 Louis Cohen, of Buffalo, miw his Jtw.g wife leap Into the swirling river between Second nnd Third Sisters Islands At fi o'clock this after-noon, only 150 feet abov the brink of ' Without a mo-men' n hesitation he followed her lit hrr hand struggled ties arrived with Representative James S. Slmonds and three other men, carrying ropes Three times they throw tho ropo before It fell within Cohen's grasp. When ho did catch It ho was too weak to tie It about his own or his wife's waist. Tho two wore twenty feet away from shoro nnd It was difficult, owing to the nature of the footing, to tnako a good cast. Pinned against the tree stump by tho terrific rush of water all the strength ho had was gone and he had been unable to keep his wife's face shov...

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. — 24 June 1909

i. .i , 4- If tie B t re u v ft 1 11 r Jfe17 I IBll I w f baM 1 H ' ffial ISfi We" Give Gold Trading, Stamping Clothes Opportunity IS NOW It's a fine time tosave some your good! mosiey We've a big lot of right made CLOTHING Odds Suits and Pants. Miiu uvury uiilt ui mum n u K.CML 19 C 0AltMI The Clothes to Suit-The Price to sell you. BOYS KNEE PANTS SUITS WORTH $2.00 a 2 50 for $1.50 $3.00 $ 3 50 for $2.25 100 Pair Wool Pants at $1.25 & $1.50 WORTH FROM $2.00 TO $2.50-Don't Miss This Chance ion, inere are always those of the world the worldly minded to slur, or slander the true christian. But what matters it about the devil's words, if we have God's good opinion and God's grace and co-operation to carry us through. Naks. DIED IN FOREIGN LAM) While traveling in Europe wi'h her parents, Col. and Mr. W. P. Halde- man, Miss Lizzie O. Haldfman, of Louisville, was stricken with appendicitis, from which she died Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock in the city of Paris. Miss Haldeman was one ...

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. — 24 June 1909

rC II j. B'webk. D. Haynos. From tho Hardin Era we clip two notices of our former townsman, R. L. Yeakey: An accumulation of gas blew out a holo fifteen feet in diameter and about twice as deep on the premises of R. L. Yeakey on the cast side of our village a few mornings ago. A r.kkI place to boro for oil. B. L. Yeakny sella n now Emersnn 10 horso power unginu each to C. E. Shearer and Richnrd McConneli. Mr, Y&ikey uUo sells his little gasoline scow to S. Hill, of Weston, and buys the engine now in the steamer, Esta, and wllj build another boat for himself Co.. Era. Wr.nwf.. In ,' v " ,"OHitJ v" ' i Miss Ethel Hard KnoXYJllo,Tinn,, wherwsfaiRwjMioiter hijynverai y of Tnneae;tb)take a' port ffttMuate coura.;. cine of ourjbrighteat teachersand' ( donsjiiloua.'and patnstRklnjryjUhher c wis wi ;u -..- ' f7GEri,VE,T t??HjT CRITRENDEN RECORD-PRESS, jUtfEl 1809 1 Tf r ifr rrf nwt3Si"fc" ra - MWMMMMiMMMMMMMIi . , . ,, - ,-..-,, - - - S - ;i ...-- fc A Hfc mmm . & ' S31 isog uays an...

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. — 24 June 1909

I l. K ' Vi-I .4 i. By n ANDAIJJPLUSTHATIONS BY I PARRISH::iEAOaN HELVILL 8 cmBT XXVS. In Which Wo Find Treature. ' Wc began to dream of treasure aa soon as the fierce winds ceased and tho waves fell. The lust for wealth, partially blunted by the requirements of hardship and peril, revived within us the liiBtant nature granted a temporary respite. Tho memory of the three million pesos that might be stowed away below began to haunt our Imaginations, and the story of It found utterance on our lips. Tho blurted it forth, his eyes rolling, and De Nova came direct to me, asking, In behalf of tho men, the privilege of making search. There was no excuse for refusal, even had I desired to find one, as the decks were cleared of the debris left by the storm, and the Donna Isabel rode her course easily to a lashed helm. Leaving Dado above to keep a watchful eye on the weather, I willingly led tho others into the steward's pantry, where we pried open the door leading down Into the lazarette. Th...

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. — 24 June 1909

w m f , .i .- BKBjKr2 w l' JUNE 24 .h 1000 CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, PAGE ENVE N Alcohol I ! not needed Aycr's Sarsaparilla is not a strong drink. As now made, there is not a drop of alcohol in it. It is a non-alcoholic tonic and alterative. Ask your own doctor about your taking this medicine for thin, impure blood. Follow his advice every time. He knows. I I 9 I iitlitri Our foriauu V. lunl.li alcohol A from ur pi.dicia.i iter's W urf. you lo eontu itoctur t your A er ' ,.or is flic first prest r .'' ' ' Nine doctors out or ' Keep the bowels !' en sk him 1 1 i'o ou thlt.k. of Aycr's Tt' n?" t.;.C.A)irDi., I.ew.'.l. Um, AND SO IT I MlltS. lltl girl In the early it n cob of Iter education asked m what a-e-l-o nml ti woro. I told her thoy were " vowete." With a look of rb? tonishment aho riitotl. "Mother, I tUnl. thoy honlil 1k called stoniHchu; Hint other word sounds vulgnr.." The Delineator for July. in-: ro.Mrito.MisKi). Uyd always stuck to IiIh One tiny ho Mid, "Mothor, I sec a nee...

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. — 24 June 1909

r ! il I e Tfyrsnemfrt tyi.vff ,- ) TAOS EIGHT CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, June 24th 100 SraXHatKfrjfc , AU17JVIUK Jilj'VlAbi tjW ff Wn t. VI itlil l.ll 'iCtoo late for last week.) UIC. -,. IVjitiif',)'! .fcJWUUl. , :. A large crop of tobacco set. Eastern Star .Memorial Services at Union fifth Sunday. Al Kirk's little child fell from a chair , chair Saturday morning and dislocated an arm. Rufus Parks sold his effects and moved to Sikeston, Mo., last week. Mrs. Ada Wolford, of Salem, visited relatives in this section Monday. Mrs. Leona Hardy, of Duwson, .is visiting relatives here this week. Eugene Wright and wife, of ville. visited relatives here Sunday and Monday. ' Aunt Narcissa Childress fell and dis located a hip-joint last week. The limb has been cased and she is doirg as well as could be expected. Pastor T. C. Carter preached at Ur- ion Sunday morninc and evening, hav ing been rained out Saturday. Miss EfTie Wolford. of Salem, visited hero last week the truest of the Misses Carte...

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. — 1 July 1909

I if SY PICKING FOR MARION is the Series of Gaines Played Between Marion and Morganfied at Morganfled Last Wednesday and Thursday. ins." The idea of nny game in which ie Marion team takos part being un- it.rpstinir to their supporters. He ntlnucs and here's tho most brilliant roduct of his gifted pen: "The only iture of the game waa tho threo fger in the ninth inning by Bur ghs, who scored on a grounder to rtstop." Now, we can mat a gem, but permit us to point out kfew more "features" to tho ' injured optics of our friend. First jfjall, when a pitcher holds a team to tree lonesome hits, two of which are ratch, when ho makes two hits him-If, two thirdB as many as all his op- "nenta, which is just what Copperidar, d. we would call his work a "feature',', fcven in a city the size of Morgajel,dJ,, r"hen a man htti a fair ball whjch hita the fence witfitn two feet of tlJop. I . ,- .. aparkasargeas me one . FIRST GAME. An r n ro a Lamb, 2b 5 Franks, 2b 4 Stevens, lb 4 Ferryman, c 5 1 1 1 ...

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. — 1 July 1909

I "i j&j' I. hi" f Circuit Court Common Law Docket. RENENTH DAY, JULY 5. Ada Robinson vs I. C. R. R. Co, Hasting Industrial Co., vs V. Charlie A. Hollingsworth vs exparte. Alice Eskew, guardion etal vs Homer Morril & etc. T. C. Guesi vs Albrt Hughes and H. Schwab. N. Hnrp ct al. J. G. Rochester vs C. E. Lamb. Marietta Dixon vs Hardy Relt. H. S. Newcom vs Turner Day Wool-worth Handle Co. H. V. Day vs Sam McDowell, et al. S. D. Asher vs Illinois Central R. R. Company. D. E. Asher vs I. C. R. R. Co. S. D. and Dora E. Asher vs I. C. R. R. Co. Mrs. Mary Drury vs I. C. R. R. Co. Old Kentucky Mfg. vs N. R. Farris &Co. People Bank of Dycusburg vs P. K. Cooksev et al. S. R. Holder vs Sam Huff. H. F. Wells vs 0. R. Simmons et al. People's Rank of Dycusbury vs F.D. Ramage and others. L. E. Gray vs Stemming District Tobacco Asaociatson. Chicago Patrait Co., vg F. C. Hughes, et al. Robt Brantly va I. C. R. R. Co. Ed Corly vs I. C. R. R. Co. W. B. Trumbo, Sr. Co. vs J Person & Co,...

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. — 1 July 1909

"tS(t TP" i . '" "i ' ( JULY lSTt100J CHITTElMDEN PAGE TH REE TliNV KKVI.H TAIL. Ht It What They Say About Thorn t in .Miirion, iiihi u is ! lie! table. Another yiio. moro nvltlonco, Inrloii toBttinoiii 1 1 swell the long 1st of I'cul naciile who ondorso the Md Qunkr remedy, Uoiui'a Kid no 'Ilia. Head this convincing luunt of tl it remarkable prepara tion. J B Olnss. Bollvlllo St.. Marlon, Ky, hjijb "I cannot express my lj,in ud fur the benefit I obtained "roin Dtnii'n Kidney Pllli I hno n.opt tlilr remedy In the houso for 1 u j)nRt nvo yearn and I roiiHldcr It ni i Ik weight In gold. I wna sub v o ln parties for a long time nd tin iifillftl'it caused me nmny f'ec dthts t look various letnedks hut did not llnd relief. I uh i l'v persuaded to try Doan's ' Idr t !! and I proem ed a supply h Ai Taylor's drug store. They gave iii prompt rellof and In 1 sh than a week the pains In my bark ad as If by magic lonallv have slight recurrences of hnrkache when I catch a heavy cold but n such 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. — 1 July 1909

7 H iV2l ZERO Now is the time to buy your SummerClothing All Good Style Clothes At Prices To make them Scl Summer Pants Coats and Pants Summer Coats SEE THE SUITS At Values That are the Best You Can Secure, Nobby Hats Straw and Fur Shirts Socks- -Underwear Belts Neckwear. hmm ;v- ana, all stations; Mississippi, all Ljfi UfElUKmNtiiFTWmBm frf V ."i trior i 'win si.j n j Mj r., ,..,i,.,, r,,TwiT. PAGE TWO i CRITTENDEN JULY 1ST 1909 wwiwi mm i wtmm . rrjp4C fits A's flt sc in . At ,n rs in.a . ,.,,. , ,., i. jtft ..K - ... -- . ...... ... -. jii rw a,- - - Ly uettJ WT? lwSFy Wg5y .YW iKaiyKrv.n.n.ir.vpw.ir.vm.irvnr l r niHiw i r.B0M r - i r SUM fc?M"M JSPXIiEH9PHPE3iPSgPgBS JiS3i0EP&3 - k s SUMMER CLOTHES At PRICES W pq CI Jff UM771 i HHHHM Tfjc Crtttcnbcn 30th year, Circulatien 4,000. S. M. JENKINS Editor nd Publisher. Entered ai matter February gth, 1007 at tbe poitoBica at Marlon. KentacWj. under e Act cJ Congre of March j, 1879. 1TIICTLT CASH IH ADVANCE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION S...

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. — 1 July 1909

k lym - ., Tf k-" -.. 1ST 190 CHITTENDEN REC0R.PRES3. PAGE THREE 'jsiasimmuuim MMb MMMMMMimmmmMmmmmmimmmMMMm QUICK! DON'T BE LATE ! f ; at ! We lave several items thot we are going to move out, by making the g ) price so low that they will be bound to go. BROKEN LOTS In Men's and Boys SUITS and EX- TKA PANTS i Now wc are not merely saying j this to get, you to come in and fj look, but you will find exactly what we say. We have had S an immense clothing trade this season and naturally we haye S some lots of just one or two a& suits left. These Must Go. S We have some two-piece suits S at $4.25, they are worth ir blc what we are asking. ,wg Blue Serge Suits for $10.00 Jg! worth $15.00 any old time. fj What time will the clock strike m Hot weather calls for thin Dress Goods. We have some spacial prices. Come Quick and Get Choice of Patterns. Your Dollars may be Either Gold, Silver or Paper any way they will stretch a long ways now in Purchasing Value, at our store. We cannot numera...

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. — 1 July 1909

""Mt""l"jlllBpM"B"MBP" i'isnpnwsjjggg r - -" " - . ' , ' , rTTfr T ' 1 "SI I" i! - T i " ' . v- -'v - .jn j ', -l JULY lSTlW PAGE SIX CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, Li J S., il .' CHAPTER XXVII. In Which the Treasure Causes Trouble But the men did not forget or coaso In their eager efforts to rescue that frozen gold from the grnsp of the Ice. By this time, thoroughly convinced myself that our final preservation of this wealth would prove imposslblo. ,1 was still far from devoid of Interest In Its recovery, and consequently made no effort to Interrupt the work being carried on between decks. It was better that the men be busy nnd their minds occupied than to have them roaming aimlessly about the decks In discontent, now that the ship and weather gave us llttlo occasion for concern. Here they vigorously piled the cleaver, working In relays of two hours each, during the remainder of the day and night. After break fast had been served we all of us went below to unite our strength In hauling f...

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. — 1 July 1909

'K r .4 "Wsr vT. ?ff1 -, !n?r 1g rfcC 1LY 1ST 1909 CRITTENDEN PAGE ENVEN Yc ure lour 'an druff Hiv? Because it is annoyinsi fntidy. And mostly, because i almost invariably leads to baldness. Cure it, and save our hair. Get more, too, at the same time. 'All easily done with Ayer's Hair Vigor, new improved formula. Stop this formation or dandruff 1 Dot i not than ft iht "or of tht half. TormuU with wk bollU a Skew It to your doolor iters Aik hlra"bul II, The new Aycr' Hair Vlror will certainly do this work, because, first of all, It destroys the germs which are the original cause of dandruff. Having Riven this aid, nature completes the cure. The scalp it restored to a perfectly healthy condition. LwU, NEW DE8IQN8 ON PAPER MONEY. Aw Improvement of minor In our paper representatives of tuoii") la announced, whereby tha pp'hotit 19 different dcrilgiiit will bo n placed with nine representing Hie different denominations from fl to $1,000. The one nml Iwoh nrn nil silver certificates, hear...

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. — 1 July 1909

mip -77- , f & '- .- ' 'J ,! 1 A' l ( :r I j 4 rt '! r 1 5' 1 ' i ? A 'v 't :l" ,. FACE ElGHf '-' ,- itt. t . -V ,-s fri iAt... Too late for last week. Press Williams, of near Carrsvillc, came to town Monday and gave up to 'Squire Davis to be tried on the charge of unmercifully whipping Widow Davis' little 12-year-old son. He was fined 51.00 and cost. Mrs. Polly Mculmery and Mrs. Ernest Wilson, of Salem, visited Mrs. Roxie Cisco Tuesday. Mrs. Maud Wright, of Hampton, visited Mrs. J. D. Foley Tuesday night and entertained the young people of the town by her music on Mrs. Foley's new piano. The big ice cream supper at the home of Clarence Slayden's Saturday night was attended by a large crowd, Dave Johnson and wife, of near Marion, visited Mrs. Roxie Sisco and Coy Daniel Saturday, returning home Sunday. The trial of Tom Robertson on the charge of dogging of Gem Jordan's hogs. "Several from here attended the Children Day at Hopewell Sunday. Mrs. Eb Daniel is very low with consumpti...

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. — 8 July 1909

if t a n MARION VS PRINCETON Marion Looses One Game to Madisonville and Wins Two From Gorydon Byfords Twirling Greatest Feature of Saturday's Game. irti ,- Circuit Court. Circuit Court was adjourned on account of the 'extreme hot "finH &H$mft'p" Vt8& t "" ' ' !! " I H I I I !!!!.! !!, - -I . , , . . ., . "" .. ., . . " ! I I ! I I ! I. I . I.. ! II. .Ill ! I VOL. 3 . MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 8 1909 NUMBER 6 CHICKASHA INDIANS TO PLAY ON SEVENTEENTH Madisonville camo on? victorious Wednesday by a score of 4 to 2. It was u closr, interesting game, oven from Marion' standpoint an the loser. Madisonville has nn extremely fast team, hard hitters and a hard team to beat. They got to Kraft early, scoring two runs on the first on a couplo of two baggers and n single in succession after two were out. After this inning Kraft held them lo four hit, three inn!e and another double. Mndisonville scored two in the fifth on hit and two or three errors. Except for these two i...

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. — 8 July 1909

L v to, , I tf rii ! it ; ,v. hi ,. r i ii i r ' , Ii 4 i -V?..' V k. P . VMiaMMOMH M .,!! I '" mT" 'ga!gg r. r,m Wjf i ,.,, KlXSiAMa VI -;ii imp ii mi ii I m PAGE TWO CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, JULY 8T1I 1009 Prime Merchandise TO GO AT 8 AND BELOW COST I Having decided to close out my stock and" quit business, I will for the next THIRTY DAYS, or until all are sold, offer, at the Store Room of H. Koltinsky, North Side of Square (Opera House Block) my entire stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods, Shoes, and Hats Regardless of cost. Come early and get pick of my stock at prices never before heard of in Marion. I mean what I say. S . J. S. McMURRAY, I Marion, Kentucky, g PROGRAMME of the' Second Annual Womans Missionary Conference of the West Kentucky Conference C. M. E. Church in America to be held at Marion, Ky., August 12-13 14,15, 1909. Mns. L B.George, President. Mrs. P. L. Connell, Vice-Pres. Miss E. B. Murray, Sec't,y. Miss Pearl Bell, Ass't Sec....

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. — 8 July 1909

i t V t -it- a village of native pearl Ushers, "A month lutor, November 14, a pearl trading schooner took mo to tho principal town of tho Solomon group. From there I returned to Sydney, taking passage to San Francisco a week later. No more South Paclllc seas for roe. Metwlnger lost his life." CHIMPANZEES GO ON RAMPAGE Escaped Animal Terrerlxeo Crew of Dig German Steamship for Two Dai. ! Now York. When tho German steamship Tanenfels nrrlved hero from Cnlcutta lato the other day, Capt. Lubko to'.d of tho escape of six chlmi'snzaqs, part of'n consignment of COO, from their cngo, nud their vicious attack on severnl members of the crow. Throe of tho chimpanzee followed Wong Foo, tho Chinese cook, Into tho rigging, and there one of them held him by his queue until the animal was knocked senseless with n rod. Chief Knglneer Newman was chased about tho deck by others of the chlnv pnnzecs and suffered a severe laceration of his arm where ho was Btruck by a marlin pin hurled by ono of tho ani...

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. — 8 July 1909

i , H- n i i V i r 1 , jet fflW Sfe& i Tremendous Price Cuts on Reliable Goods This great slaughter of Prices means a harvest for you, such as no other house will offer, or you have ever had the opportunity of buying ITS T0CL0SE0UT THESE LOTS 50 Pair $2.25 and $2. Pants for $1.25. " " " 1.00. 50 1.50 25 " 4.00 " " 2.75. 25 " 3.50 and $3. " " 2.25. One Lot $15.00 Suits For $10.00 " " " " 12.50 7.50 " " IO.00 u " 6.00 " " 8.50 Coat &. Pants 4.25 " " " " 6.50 3.00 100 Boys Suits 12 Price. The Price on all the Above Lines has been Cut through the Cost and Profit and it is well for you to see them. SeeTHuTPric Mens and Boys Straw Hats $1 .50 and $1 . Hats 75c & 50c BARGAINS !! Come to Our Store And take Advantage ot'the Great Bargain Sfiow Don't Miss this Opportunity to Save Money, Come In and Inspect our Values for Yourself. With the Goods before You, you will agree that these are the Best Bargain you have ever seen, We are never undersold on Good of Reliable Quality. Your m...

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. — 8 July 1909

,r mm "'MfWfl1'! "ilV",'"Tf';i""'"l".' "' h ,' riXTl,"il" '' '" -.-' ,iT -.-O- FJUL 8TII 190 C1UTTENDEN PAGE SIX Mil6MMMMMMMMMMMM BRIEF STATEM ml I & 3fc c We can't say very much in this small space, but the main thing is s JSO lr YOU WAN I SURE-ENOUGH BARGAINS COME TO US. ..,.. pf conn ttQ ct( L.U3LCI OUUL3 p,UU CJIIU fO.JU 3 Blue Serge $2.00 to $5.00 Outing Snits $4.25 4S Blue Serge $10. worth $15.00 J We can't name them 1 all, but we have them 3s at reduced prices 'just j the same' and in extra pants we take the lead 2 and you will take the pants if you will come S and see them and get the price. ci What lime will the clock stop Z Comc'Thursdayeve at 3 o'clock. mwmmmwmwmymmmmmwwwwwymwmwwwm: TEAMS WANTED At once at the 'Miller Mines" to huulorotothe Rail-Road . J.M.PERSON. MIm Allic Wilborn pcnt Inst week with Miss Lyda Kuykendall in Princeton. Miss Amy Wnthen, of Fords Ferry, was the guest of relatives In this city list week. Dr, and Mrs. L. E. Gilbert, of Lis-man. were the g...

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