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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 8 July 1909

h V ' I B J t K ft tyL'iwu 'mmmmmm mh E22S5. sSRo -if TAGE SIX CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, JULY 8TH 1909 THE LTjKOYGE By bandailiIWBWSlustrations by PARR I S H&iWll&LWN MELVILL I CHAPTER XXIX. In Which We Fight Death. I remember distinctly enough the first six days of that boat voyage; It seems as If every dotall was burned upon my brain with fire. 1 seo the faces of the men constantly becoming more hnggard and hopeless as they stared, dull-eyed and aimlessly, out over the endless waste of water to the. dun sky. We were so tired of It; It had grown so hateful In Its pitiless vacancy, Its dull, dreary void. It seemed to me that with every recurring dawn those within the boat appeared older, grayer, more deeply lined; their exposed flesh caked more heavily with tho salt spray, their limbs cramped from confinement and cold; their eyes lusterless and heavy with despair. They conversed with eon.o effort at cheerfulness at first, figuring on the speed with which we sailed, dlvMlii up...

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. — 8 July 1909

i ft&iyfcrtfc,,A 'Ww -- -y. "W"Tw . c .-, .TV j ' - v V .-. JULY 8TII 1909 CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, PAGE ENVEN UNBELIEVERS MUST BELIEVE By REV. A. C. DIXON, D. D., Putd ol tha Chicago At. (Moody's) Church, Chicago. Thy Atheistic tin believer must bo llovo there inn)1 b design without r designer, law with out I a t o 1 1 1 g t nl cniimi Thu HlbU lu calling hltn e fool ilrnwH ."Ih pic turo accurntoly.fot ho must vloinU the laws of lilt mind In order tc tiny that thoro li no Ood. Savages Ir thlr rudest nUt( do not Bay ho They Infor a great cause from tlu RreV that thoy boo about tln'in Their concoptlonn of God aro crude and false, but thoy aro not fool 8 Thoso sons of nature hMow their ron son to ork, and though their mlndr aro full of mirxTHtltlwiti feara caimed by Ignorance, thoy dim) a G(kI behind the inntcrlal unlvtri an plainly ru thoy nee the hud In the heavens It remain for the modern atheist, ho he dentist or philosopher, to turn him If Into an Intellectual fool by prod! ea...

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. — 8 July 1909

I ' r? Lkru&m 1 .USser '' BP m " 'm " ' PAGE EIGHT CRITTENDEN JULY STH ISMS HHHH4MMiH J CALDWELL SPRINGS : Kvcry one is busy. The farmers arc busy harvesting bay. The Sunday school workers and the Union people are busy. Dan Riley was in Mariou Monday and Friday. Allen Riley and Walter Lott wore in Marion Friday. Duron Koon made u business trip to Kddyvillc last week. Lawrouce Lott was in Marion Friday and rode home in a brand new buggy. Look Mr. Lett's way and smile, girls. Edwiu Ralston attended court in Marion, being a member of the petit jury- . Mrs, Lottie Ralston and little niece, Margie, visited relatives in Marion last week. Mrs. Nellie Stephenson, who has been visiting relatives in Marion the past two weeks, returned home Tuesday. Best She Ever Saw. Mrs. J. D. Cox, Prop., Happy Hollow Poultry Farm, Lawrenceburg, Ky. says: "Find enclosed One Dollar for two bottles of Bourbon Poultry Cure. Send at once as I do not want to get out. It is the best remedy I ever saw." For Sal...

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. — 15 July 1909

i i i i . VOL.3 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 15 1909 NUMBER 7 MARIOM SHUTS OUT PRINCETON INDIANS TO BE DEFEATED SATURDAY Marion Wins Two Shut-out Games From Creates! Amateur Ball Players In Kentucky and Illinois -Cooperrider and Kraft Best Ama- tuer Pitchers In the Game. ANSWER TO THE GREAT ARTICLE OF THE MORGANFIELD SUN'S FAN.1 Tho two games with Prineoton Thursday nnd Friday, resulted in oach toatn wining one. Thursday's game was nlout tha and prottiost over noun horo. Princeton could do nothing with delivery, ami were, shut out complutolv, having only two hits nnd hut one man reaching third. Thii waB CooiHjrridor'H first gnrno for Marion here, ami he certainly mado good. Thoro is no pitcher over soon in tho town who enn equal him. lie has curvott, control and a fin hiMii for tho gamo Tho double play ho and Kraft pulled oil" in tho first wnmcorkor. Tho diamond wna nttlier muddy and Mippsry from rain, Ikii in upite of this the gamo was well played, only three i errors ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 July 1909

!:f lW M k4 it El I ft PAGE TWO CRITTENDEN I Prime Merchandise S : a 0 : ?rO ui i 1 my h" cr. wo1 ,.iU fee R$, W TO GO AT g A TLTTk -VAV- - r rrt I I J I I iV I I A V M I i"LlN L JDJZvJV W WO life: 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, g Marion, Kentucky. QUARTERLY REPORT of the Marion Bank of MARION KYM At the close of business on the 30th day of June 1908. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts S 102.S1S.19 Due from National Banks 59,951.61 Due from State Banks Banking House and Lot. . . 8,000.00 Cash in Vault 11,337.34 Furniture and Fixtures. . . 2,000.00 ,'IMII ;o' LIABILITIES, Capital Stock paid, in ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 July 1909

J ft y " CJmtw" TAGE THREE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, JULY J5TH 1909 LIFE BY A 1 I N WITH IT A CASTAWAY FARMHAND BAILS DOAT FOR 29 HOURS BEFORE REACHING LAND. BLOWN 62 MILES BY STORM Unable to Row In Great Gale, Edgar L. Brown Is Driven Across Lake Ontario None the Worse for Experience. Hochastor. N Y. IMgnr L. Hrown. who was Mown across Ijiko Ontario In it recoil t trig storm In a Hat bottom punt, wnlked down tin- gniirwiiy of thf car ferryboat Ontario at Phnrlotto at live o'clock u few day later on I waa cheered by balf the population of the villain. The famous boat was on tho lorry, and wits Immeiltntely claimed 1y Michael IluinH, a farmer, who r,'ni) It. A nelghftor offered to glvo Hums and the boat a lift home In his wagon. .. "Not on your life." said Uurns; "that boat has n record now and It vould bo n disgrace to It to uit It on a wnKon. I'm going to row It around to the pond to-morrow." Neither Hrown nor the punt shown nny 111 effects of tho wolrd experience. Hrown BiiyB ho en...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 July 1909

I I : ? v 4 J 1 ? "! fcjw jimum & JT- - Js"r t( v JULY 15TII 1909 PAGE FOUR CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, 1)7Y E2 ii Big "Cut Price" Reduction on Clothing. 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 TOCLOSEOUT THESE LOTS 50 Pair $2.25 and $2. Pants for $1.25. 50 " 1.50 " " 1.00. 25 " 4.00 " " 2.75. 2S " 3.50 and S3. " " 2.25. One Lot $15.00 Suits For $10.00 U it it mi Crittenucn 3oihear, Circulatien 4 000. S. M. JENKINS Editor nd Publisher. EoterM as second-class matter February 9th. ipo7 at the postorhce at Marlon. Kentucky, nndcr a Act of Confess of March j. i8j STtlCTLT CASH IX ADVAXCE. TERMS OH SUBSCRIPTION Single copies mailed t month mailed to any address U 5 months ' ........ 75 ... years a.w C YSII ADVERTISING RATES 2-s per inch S. C. to Foreign Adtertisers. ! per inch S C to Home Advertisers. F ads one-half rate. fetal bases only used for Plates and Electros. I ocals scper line...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 July 1909

JPAGE FIVE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, JULY 1BTH 1909 Mb(MmmmMMMmmmmM(bmmmmmmmmmmmm0 'When it Rains it Pours' So are we Pouring out Real Bargains and They are Running in Your Direction, be on the lookout if you miss them it is not our Fault. ts nd. Luster Coats $2.00 and $3.50 Blue Serge $2.00 to $5.00 Outing Suits 84.25 Blue Serge $10. worth $15.00 :We can't name them all, but we nave tnem at reduced prices 'just 2 the same' and in extra as pants we take the lead f and you will take the ss panis n you win uume 2 and see them and get 3rthc price. iS What time will uomc i ntirsoay TAYLORS, CANNAN FOR SALE One hundred and fifty bushels of corn nt ono cent per pound nt crib. J. M. Sheriff John G. Asher nnd wife are visiting relatives in Central City this week. Mrs. S. II. Cromwell, of Henderson, ond her children, Master Cook and Misses Mary Iimbert and Rcbcca, arrived last week to spend a month with her parents, II. M. Cook and family, on east Ikdlville street. Mrs. N. M. Clark has return...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 July 1909

i ;i i re ' 81 I i ti s r It i? H hv JUIA 1G"H 19D9 CHITTENDEN If mJm $&y7 EK? VHHVyl3f!r ilk Jw UEIBIfc , kV ft rl y u( w7SSM .W ' 1be F nlxf ' ofX)Z If ykR&MBllM lOT'WOILD, M J35TO SEMMLiT M TTGflE m. - A. j. wfl 111 .J L J f Ci ULK KVU1 --'-' a. -. ALL WIUiXG. T?c ' ':,...:.(. i. .Mntlo by Mnny L'iiii'iis. Don't mistake the cause of backache. To bo cured you must kuow the cause. It Is wrong to Imagine relief Is ouro. Hackache,l8 kldnoy ache. You must cure the kidneys. A Marlon resident tells you how. G. 13. Johnson, 413 Gum St., Marlon, Ky., says: "For five years I Htiffereil from kidney complaint, It being brought on by hard work. "Whenever I caught cold It settled on my kidnes and at such times my suffering was aggravated. The kidney secretions were Irregular In passage and I was often forced to arise during the night on this account. There was a dull pain In the small of my back and when I arose In the morning I felt lame and stiff. I tired easily, was nervous and also...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 July 1909

15 TH 1909 HE OPEN IEPULCHER By REV. A. C DIXON. D. D.. Pftttor of Ida CMcaio A. (Mood') lhurch, Chicago. &m r Tho opon 80pul chor proclaims Uie foundation fact of Christianity that Christ rose from tho dead. Paul said "If ClirlBt bo not rltK'n, then In our prnachlng vnln, and your fnlth Is also vain ' His mill body wrw placed in a real nt'pulchor nnd bin real body cnnie out of this real He wru onouncod drad by thj disinterested IcUUn who wsro Bent to cxnralne Mm His friends tw Moved him dead. or iom of them CAcif with sulcrvj embalm blm Ttiu fact of hla rrectloa ii aa well attested as tho :t of bin death and burial. Peter id John And the tomb empty with- at any ortdeneu of robbery, for every ling U In order He ahowed blm fslf to Mnry. who at Urst Uke him tho gardener. Then ho appoors to lo two disclplos no Uio way to Km laua Again, while tho doors are abut ) appears In the midst of hla dta&l Jos, Then more than 500 brothroa him at oneo. To one who no ropU tbo nibllcal rooor...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 July 1909

assssssssssssssP a.1 h sssssVA .wMi ,riMiwikWimiS n I - . Hi I r X a. I: - - -.- --. - " jPlh,i py V"? PAGE EIGHT CRITTENDEN JUL1 16TH 1909 QUARTERLY REPORT of the condition of the Farmers Bank. of MARION, KY. For the Quarter Ending June 30, 1909. RESOURCES. Furniture and Fixtures.. $ CS0.00 Overdrafts Secured 2G.5G Loans and Discounts . . . 42.1SS.3G Cash in Vault and in Banks R2,fi9.S2 Total $95,544 74 LI ABILITIES. Capital Stock 15,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 2.7S4.93 Deposits. 77,759. SI Total $95,544.74 No officer or director or stock holder of this bank owes it a sin gle dollar. State of Kentucky, I c. County of Chittenden aa E. J. Hayward, Cashier of the Farmers Bank, of Marion, Ky., a bank located and doing business at the corner of Main and Carlisle Streets in the :ity of Marion, Ky., in said county, being duly sworn, says the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank, at the close of business on the 30th day of June 190...

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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. — 22 July 1909

. f!S,' J '' - - , i rxH PHMJiJlU -' . wmmmmmijSWh "m" ' ""'' ' ''""" .. !ffl"4'"PiiPP HV If ffi31 MARION, CRITTEr. TYPHOID FEVER, NMttriiy Ea The Life of frill Nacre. liati (tats sataraay Meratagaal h iif Mil Was SRiay AttenooR. ERCtAL SiRRtW PREVAILS MARION. ... - , Urltn Moore, the socond ton of -Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Moore, died Saturday morning shortly after nino o'elack, of typhoid fever. Ho was coafinod to hia bed for just two weeks,. but bad really been aick for aovcral dys before ho consented to give up. The disease was in a tno.it virulont totm and tho young man's oondition was eritical almost from tho timo he was prostrated. Everything blems done for hi relief. All tho acloHco known to tho medical was brought to bear, skilled and devoted nursing and attentions from friendii and relatives were given stint, but ail proved unavailing before the grim Reaper, Death. Ho was taken just at the period when ho stood at the tlirojh.liOld of manhood, with tho vista trctchinir before him...

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. — 22 July 1909

-"a ' " iv Til ,... . :. $ .J i .,, . K . .: '' ':Cr " ifcftfctrtflijr gr , . , JULY ttidWn ' - ., ; l, r. vrxxjai GOLD STAMPS! GOLD STAMPS Commence Saving them and Furnish Your Homes ft WE GIVE THEI1 TO YOU iEJr s w I m 4 Ml 3 m BIG "CUT PRICE" Reduction on C I o t h i This great slaughter of Prices means a Harvest br you, such as no other House will offer, or you have ever had the Opportunity of Buying. IT'S TO CLOSE OUT THESE LOTS. 50 Pair $2.25 and $2. Pants for $1.25; 50 Pair $1.50 Pants for $1.00; 25 Pair $.00 Pants for $2.75; 25 Pair $3.50 and $3. for $2.25. One Lot $15.00 Suits For $10.00; One Lot $12.50 Suits For $7.50; One Lot of $10.00 Suits For $6.00; One Lot $8.50 Coat and Pants $4.25; One Lot of $6.5C Coat and Pants $3.00. The Price on all the above lines has been cut through the Cost and Pofit and it is well for you to sec them, See the Price Cut on Mens' and Boys Straw and $1. Hats 75c and 50c. - GIVE YOUR PURSE A REST Give it a Chance to Recuperate on the Great Cppo...

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. — 22 July 1909

l f "As - Hf"w,'lV" j Wf'igry Vn'?lJJiiljji'p8fl' "'fi " t5?S s&; cy n JULY pae three CRITTEMEN RECORD-PRESS, ;f REPORT Of the Condition of the MARION BANK tjDoing Business at Marion, Ky., at the Close of Business, July 8th, 1909 RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts with ono or more endorsers aa ' suroty 100,679.09 Real Estate Mortages ... 00 Call Loans on Collateral . 00 Time Loin on Collateral 3,000.00 ' Duo from National Danks kV MZM" I A i aiesi Ues aiK i St 'n f cam I duriB JiU 60,056.61 Currency and Specie 10,693.03 (Real Hank Hanking House ......... 18,000.00 .Furniture nmJ Fixtures 2.000.0 il&0,928.83 LIABILITES. Capital Stock paid In, in cash $ 20,000.00 Surplus Funds 20,000.00 'Undivided Profits 1,413.83 iDeposits Subject to check kon which Interest is not paid) 131,615.00 Time Certificates of Deposits (on which interest is paid 18.000 00 TOTAL $190,928.83 State of Kentucky, 1 oq County of Cmttknden j Ba I, T. J. Yandcll, Cashier of the above "named Do solemnly swear 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. — 22 July 1909

ll t lr """ 'Tl '"""I'iWlir Kim M-" bu331 IF 5 "TJ? (l? .M ! W JX CRITTENDEN PAGE SEVEN JUL 22nd 1909 Cfjt CrftttttfJtn ReC8rt')tM( 31st year, Circulation 4,000. N. E. CALMES Editor nd Publisher, f 1 ntetfd t muter February oth, 190T at the postoffice at Marlon, Kentucky, under e Act ot Coneren ot March J. 1879. ITRICTLT CASH IN ADVANCE. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Single copies mailed 0$ 1 month mailed to any addreis is 5 months 73 " " " 1 year J 4 years ioo CASH ADVKRT1SING RATES: 2c per inch S. C. to Foreign Advertisers. sec per inch S. C. to Home Advertisers. Repeated ads one-halt rate. Metat bases only used (or Plates and Electros. Locals per line. Locals 10c Per line In twelve point type. THURSDAY July 15, 1000 Announcements, We are authorized to announce JOHN L. GRAYOT as a candidate for Commonwealth Attorney of the Fourth Judicial District of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to annou nee JUDGE J. F.GORDON as a candidate for re-election to ...

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. — 22 July 1909

!tp For post cards go to Fohs. Riohard Gregory Jr., of Sturgis, ras id Marion t3mturdy. 3)r. J. L. Revnoldj, of Blackford, ran in Marion Monday. J. It. Croft, a prominent fanner of "olu, was in Marion Monday, Joe Itarkley, of MorganGeld, had Insmess in Marion Monday. Iwifi's Premium llama and Bacon, feit by test. Hubbard Grocery Co. J complete line of jewolry now on lisplay, M. h. Volt. tj S. Hubbard is treating himseli a ntoe concrete walk in front of h home. Rev. T C.Carter, of the Baptist tureh, preached at Harmony. Cald- ?wll County, Sunday. iwlav. M. L. Dyer pastor of the lahdtst church at sturgis, preach- tUt Blackford Sunday. iTIi. Oofly, of Sturgii, who is loot of the Crittenden Coal and Cmm Company, of Sturgis, was in l Mario a Monday. Mr. J C. Hopewell, Mrs. 55. T. ibba, and daughtor, Miss Edna, of irgis, were guests last week of Rev. 0. Cartor and family. J. H. Summcrvillc, a prominent merchant of Mattoon, was in Marion Monday. We arc closing out our aummor underwear at c...

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. — 22 July 1909

7PJWffWWWfyg ajPPfWTOW'HjaH JUT m JUL 22nd 1909 CRITTENDEN PAGE SEVEN JUL! N.E 1 100 sin( t ni 5 a I it ,J CAir IOC1 'BIj Loi L If asf. we. Ju( sub ocr. "We" JL as i the Fou tuc) the' u 'JL, iQl?JlLiS.M iTZiz4; Tlio Kind You Hnvo Always in nso for over 30 years, nml &. sonal supervision sinco its infancy. (ctfCA&U, Allow no ouo to dccolvo you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations nndM but Experiments that trlilo with and endanger the health of Infants nnd Children Expcrlcnco against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops nnd Soothing: Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphino nor other Nnrcotio substance. Its ngro is its guarantee It destroys Worms nnd allays Fovcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea nnd Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Pauacca Tho Mother's Fr...

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. — 22 July 1909

mm twibt fakes. Summer tourist fares igf May 16th, as follows: To Cerulean, Ky.,l.COforthe found trip; Chicago, 111., 15.30 tor tno rouna inp; j&asi view, v.. 6.0O for the round trip: Jravson Snrinirs. Ky.,5.50 for the round trip, final return limit n all of the above, Oct. 31, L909. Hot Springs, Ark., 919.35 for he round np tickets on sale laily, return limit 90 days. Dawson Snrimrs. 1.G0 for the round trip on sale daily return lmit six months from date of sale. Asheville, N, c.t on account jf Dramatic Order Knights of fChorossnn Biennial meeting, ffuly 12-20, 13.55 round trip tickets on sale, July 9, 10 and 11, return limit July 2G. Call on Agent, I. C. R. R., Etfnrion, Ky., for Summer Tour- sc iares euecuve, may m. V. L. VENNKR, Agent, .Marion, Ky. lr. Black's Canlalna en a Kemedy tor all form of -ye tlon ef the Rye. No natter a cate Water ' couaoa red i r A T At ily a few diyi, ot a caw of giaaaMted Ud ol refit vein aUndinz. For acrte conivinctfritn (common red mto rrrt) ii ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 22 July 1909

& if V v jiiiyand im Ci CRITTEICN Pf EIGHT F jt) MMWMMMWWM sB SB sB SB The Wholesale Slaughter S S sB asir nnniriTO mnii rm mi eti ii I CADPt ? t ! itv VJ? r? aS Rv thpcA Sanrif in nn niir nart and thpcfnp nf nnri iiirifmp.nt Ml VOIir St' sB sB sB sB SB sB as part, we mean to clean up our entire sock of Summer Merchandise, pre- g z& para tor y ror ran rurcnases. is fTHIS IS NO "BIG A BOO" SALE.f sb But simply state to you the plain reason why wiare making these reductions inpricess iWE ARE NOT THE "CARRY-OVER" KIND.l ) REMEMBER FIRST OF ALL jjj IS QUALITY Z$ The next thing to consider is Price 4& The standard of Quality has built 3 our clothing trade to its present 3 state, and this season has been by 3S) for the largest we have ever had. L00K AT THESE PRICES. Some lots where sizes are broken. $20.00 Suits $15. : 7.50 Boys Suits 4.00 2 17. " 12.50 : 6.50 " " 3.75 15. 12.50 1o.oo 9. 6, 4. " 10.00 : 5.00 11 11 11 3.50 3. 2.50 2. 8.50 7.50 6. 4.25 fi 1.50 " 4.00 3. 2.50 2. ...

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. — 22 July 1909

H J" -1. is TVDfiininFcifPD . & i irnmu mm. -... 11 ,,- PI! jtirily Eils The Lile ol Or- ' Hb Moore. 1 J. Comes Saturday Murelng and trial Was Sunday Afternoon. ML MAK10N. i . lljMoore, the socond bod of lr. and Mrs. A. 0. Moore, died atufday morning shortly after nino 'clock, of typhoid fever. Ho was bnfined to hlshcd for just two weeks,. ut bad really been aiok for several ays before ho consontcd to give up. he disease was in a most virulent rm and the young man's condition as critical almost from the time he as prostrated. Everything le-was done for his relief. All the cien'cc" known to the medical profession was brought to bear, skilled and ovotcd nursing and attentions from lends and relatives werogivon with- ut stint, but all proved unavailing efore the grim Reaper, Death. He was taken just at the period hen ho stood at the of anhood, with the vista "stretching efore him bright with promises of1 a, ug life of happinessVind the sue- ssful aohievmont of those things hich ten...

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