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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 July 1909

V J' . 1 1 c l d cl t b c fSl i B GlLo Kind You Hnvo Always Bought, and wliicli bos boon in wso for over 30 years, has borno tho 6lgiiatnro of and has sonnl suporrision slnco its infancy. Atlrtw iin nnn i nlirAlvn von In tills. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" nro but Experiments tlint trifle with nnd endanger tho health of Infants nnd Children Expcricnco against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms nnd allays Fcvcrislincss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA,ALWAYS Sears the Cy&ccZski The KM You Haie Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMC C...

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. — 29 July 1909

t. And Continues Until . Satu rday, August 14th., 1909 p Gold Stamps to be given for every .10c purchase beginning on the above date J and continuing throughout the year. vj Realizing the enormity of our stock, we mean during the next two weeks to give our customers the benefit of some astonishingly low prices in everything in the Furniture Line. We arc over-stocked and still have more coming in and we need both room and money. Remember that we give Gold Stamps for every cash purchase of .10c. Our stock is the very largest in Crittenden County and is complete jjf in every detail, from the lowest to the highest priced household article. If you are setting up house-keeping we can save you money. To J price goods elsewhere and come to us for a comparison you can readily see that this is true. We will make good what we say. Yv bYbYbbhBmW'p? s9v 'I CHAIRS! CHAIRS!! Dinning Room or Parlor at from F0 cents up. Little Chairs, Big Chairs Little Rockers and Big Rockers. We have them. Our line...

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. — 29 July 1909

vrlfcii m7Jf 4 f '' .v'd trt HOT- r & a ,S3J 51 M KfKi. i M h. i n; . . i'" L J 1 . '1 -"v '. .a i"r v r :(4t:f 1 '-y j I ff..ffi iE. v , m v L.i ; i W x1 M SSs 13 ".'tl Nvva? . K "K Tmw&S . J ''( u i'jft :,'1 . .. i -" i t.'. ! I . u . . t ' ft - ft . ! i rJ r sr ;;. - my ' I -I t V-i :l ( l ( ' riV2 rvN ,. ( How Can You Afford tfri g2 I OH .x r. To let your wants be neglected? You do know good things when you see them--And if you get on the in of our store for a little You will know its all off WITH OUR PROFITS No Further Argument is Needed -Our Is a Harvest For You - OUR CLEARANCE SALE SuitsPants Boys Clothes Can You Spell Opportunity. Our Store is a Harvest Field BROKEN SIZES Touches THESEBROKEN PRICES Lot $15.00 Suits for $10.00 Lot 12.20 Suits for 7.50 Lot 10.00 Suits for 6.00 8.50 Coat & Pants 4.00 6.00 " " 3:00 lT Wm mm9jf KBSmm 5k. IS ON Pants ! Lot $2.00 Pants For $1.25 Lot 1:50 Pants For 1,50 Lot 4:00 Pants For 2:50 Lot 3:50 &. 3: Pants For 2:25 Boys Suits...

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. — 5 August 1909

j The Liberal Use of Printers ink is Bringing Good Results. Five Full Pages Last -Week. The live, merchants of Marion are reaping a rich harvest and, too, during the dull season of the year, and all because they keep the needs of the people in stock and advertise what they keep. A liberal use of printers-ink is not thrown away on an people. A page add may not intarest one man when it is just what the other fellow is looking for. The good housewife does not feel interested in one merchants add while she is deeply so in another, but she reads all of them just the same. Montgomery, Ward & Co., and Sears & Roebuck advertise their goods else the people would not be guilty of sending money out of tho State for gods, that in many instances, they could have bought cheaper at home. Keep what these mail-order houses keep and let the people know you keep them an they will have little excuse for sending hard earned money out of the State for cheap goods. Our merchants arc entet prising,...

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. — 5 August 1909

IW . $' 7T " -a v t'" ;- -v AfiMvtY --:-W ' JPp . rfV'3 F'A 1 'T-- t" lvT r a,t t '-V-i Ffr 'I U & i i i i ii mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 3& MAJESTIC St DEMONS TRATION S5; V 1WEEK B E G I N IN G AU GIST 9TH, 1909 1 & sz & Z& '"Ste?? & SATURDAY, CAN FURNISH RESERVOIR FLUSH WITH TOP Cf tWNGt 4th raaTiif nil - '3s 1 grw v. .J.rxKCD SSr', iw8i?!?.7fT, vriw At if- u s ?.it?i y .Vv'fc. fcr7 v. i i .. j 'J-- i FyfM A Ftt xT Ii 'V 'l11 &S $&& l CAN FU&NI5H RIGHT MPND FLU5.I c:' a' f T-"-: ' a THE GREAT and GRAND MAJESTIC RNQE fl Tilt: ."MXJKSTIC TREASONS WHY THE a 1st. 2nd 3rd I gfigSZISgrSraKgSSSZ Tlin MAJ11STIO i:namrlrd l'uddlnc Pan. f, "" ,v- 5l85tetlv'KC!'l,,' ZZLSmZ5z And closing AUGiST TOE MAJESTIC Patent fiSt; Wired .nrluDlntt rmnnri i. x uin. tortneMujcfetlcrict. gjrer&ragrrererera THE MAJRSTIO H-or. All Copprr Coffee 1'ot. Ilandwmelv nickeled on outride and tinned on inside. I4TM, ., 8v jHsrasfr raiHv AfBBBBv rV llsliMf f yfflSfeii. CA IV...

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. — 5 August 1909

-. 1 r lw I. i Mi, 'ft SUMMLK TOURIST FARES. Summer tourist fares May lGth, as follows: To Cerulean, Ky.,l.iOforthe round trip; Chicago. 111., 15.80 for the round trip; East View, Ky., $G,00 for the round trip; Grayson Springs, Ky., 5,50fqr the round trip, final return limit on all of the above, Oct. 31, 1909. Hot Springs, Ark., $19.35 for the round ' rip tickets on sale daily, return limit 90 days- Dawson Springs, ?1.60 for the round trip on sale daily return limit six months from date of sale. Ah.ville, N. C, on account of Dramatic Order Knights of Khorassan Biennial meeting, July 12-20, 813.55 round trip tickets on sale,) July s, 9, 10 and 11, return limifc.July 26. Call on Agent, I. C. R. R., Marion, Ky., fpr Summer Tourist fares effective, May 28. W. L. VSNNER, Agent, Marion, Ky. DOCTOR BLACK'S E, YE maam WATER CONTAINS NO POISON. Is Painkii and Harmlexi u "Water. Cannot Injure, Relieve Quickly, and Cures Sore Ejet in PEOPLE, HORSES AND DOGS Trie 25 CtnU A VOUUNTAKY TESTIMONIAL...

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. — 5 August 1909

&vi7 Tl V ., Wr v. "V & ' QHje a&nttentoen itccorti'Prcgs 31st year, Circulation 4,000. j. N. E, CALMES Editor and Publisher. Enterrd as matter February 3th, 100 at the vottoSice at Marian, Kentucky, under e Act of Congress of March 3. isra. STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Slncle copies mailed 05 I month mailed to any address is " " " 5 months ?j " " " x year 1,50 " " " 4 years .. j.oo CASH ADVERTISING RATES' 33c per inch S. C. to Foreign Advertisers. :oc tier inch S. C. to Home Advertisers . Repeated ads one-half rate. Metal bases only used for Plates and Electros. Locals jc per line. Locals toe Per line in twelve point type. THURBDAY Aug., 5, 1909 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 announce JUDGE J. F.GORDON as a candidate for re-election to the office of Circuit Judge of the Fo...

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. — 5 August 1909

jta 4S will tVteKle you. iois orQKen 4S) $20.00 Suijts$15. 17. " 12.50 15. "J 10.00 12.50 " 8.50 1o.oo " 6.50 9. "i 6. 6, "J 4.25 MliiHVH ' f iiB'i ; v ."" twiJ'Vv. jr'i V r" . ..A ,vf r3 DO NOT WAIT s& These special prices have only been irTforce only two weeks, and many lots have been closed out, Now we have added many other lots to keep things moving, and rest assured of one thing, and that is: You will find every article as advertised. .7 4 . , . - I J i (.-7. .. r ftl , , t ' r i L ir, Look first for Quality, Style and Fit (Aoioiasos(aoiA(A(A(A((AOiOiOiukuiuiyiv)viviviwivovivivAvivuiwvviMUkMMOoooiusosoiai((aiss rr tftftftf(fftfftf(fiftftftff f tr w w c tc 't w i rc r r f r tf cf tf tf tf f rr tf ft ( tf tf tf tf xf tr. ODDS PANTS $5.00 Pants at $3.25 3.50 " 2.75 2.50 i 1.75 & SO IT'S Dr. P. w. Nunn, Dentist Press Bldg. A. Singer, proprietor of tho New York Bargain Store, intends adding a millinery department Sept. 1. ..A Singer is just back from the East, where he claim...

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. — 5 August 1909

Cn.n.vV S3a ill E2k One lot of tailor made suits worth from $o10.00 to16.00, $650 8g0 One lot of men's pants worth from $2.00 to 3.00, to go at, One lot of men's pants worth $ 1.50 go at One lot of boys suits age from 5 to 15 years, per suit Boy's knee pants irom 6 to 15, worth from 50c, to 75c, go at 50c Overalls,to go at SI.48 .85 .79 .19 .35 75c Overalls to go at w Boys Overalls from'OlOiAJ SHOES Men's fine dress shoes Keith and Pratt, made especially for us; patent leather; ox blood gun medal and vici. All the latest styles and shades worth One lot of Men's $3.50 dress shoes, go at One lot of fine shoes, worth $2.50 go at One lot of men's work shoes, worth Babies shoes per pair, Children shoes, One lot of fine Ladies oxfords and pumps $1.98 $1.35 .98 .9 .19 Tan and o x bloods worth $3.00 go at !Selfmjr JK. . '' m.1 k a. Ir A VI P M r r Mi N A r"I je? J r Til I Y I 1 I I I i U VJ rt L- L v2? m IBiri EV3 IBSi For the benefit of those who anticipate attending the Camp Meeting and 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. — 5 August 1909

IK & 4f, t Wn55 i3r??5fi!5pvs:'3i 'W W "a V 2p Ji- J44, ,UA. JOi. JV ,u, Ja.! J j A Two Weeks' Slaughter In Furniture. J This Sale Commences , t M o n d a y, August 2nd, 1909S A S SATURDAY, 4 A A i A i A i A A i A i A i A A And Continues Until AUGUST 14th, 1 9 0 9 jt Gold Stamps to be given for every .10c purchase beginning on the above date and continuing throughout the year. Realizing the enormity of our stock, we mean during the next two weeks to give our customers the benefit of some astonishingly low prices an everything in the Furniture Line. We are over-stocked and still have more coming in and we need both room and money. Remember that we give Gold Stamps for every cash purchase of .10c. Our stock is the very largest in Crittenden County and is complete in every detail, from the lowest to the highest priced household article. If you are setting up house-keeping we can save you money. To price goods elsewhere and come to us for a comparison you can readily see that this i...

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. — 5 August 1909

fr flHMiHHHHHaHMHNMMIMiMHMMMaHBHMaaHIHBlBHMIHNMNMHaiHHMHnHHHaMaiMa ESf 'rf V5 H- ' MV.I - y 'V " r "r i?" ' Vct U 0 t ';'?. FOLLOW THE CROWD THE KINDEST OF ALL !.-. You will not regret it as the heim Co., are this week outdoing themselves by knifing the prices on everyarticleinthehouse IQY wMiimnrm , . - iiwim ii iiiii mm inn n uniii i i m n mii i r r yN TifOw sf sn Jn yt c JK. v31ICs. W DOUBLE HEADER Goes to Morganflcld. Both Were Hotly Contested From Start To Finished. Morganfield came to Marion last week, and took both Ramos from our boys', by a combination of good luck and good playing on their part. It was disappointing to Marion fans to drop both these games, but we don't suppose we feel any worse than they did when we gave them the same dose over there. At least they were good games, hard fought and worth the money to see them; both of them anybody's game until the last put-out. Two such games as these were, are seldom seen in towns this size. Morganfield certainly demonstrat...

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. — 5 August 1909

A.'.u''"tlif ' '.' mjvw pawill'f w " l P ! riiletriiutti ftr VOL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUG , 5 1909 NUMBER 10 Bo meot us at PROGRAM 01 Tlic Tolu District Sunday school Convention To be Held At Glen- dale August Mill. lu (10 Devotional Exorcise, by ItobU Moon. lo.2( Why no nro huro, by County President. 10.10 Benefits of fi Sunday School to n community, by R. H. Thomas. 11:00 Relation of tho paront to the Sunday School, by II C. Lovu. 1150 Tho ideal Superintendent, by Joe M. Dean. Man The Hiblc in tho clnrte by RufuH McMirnn. 11 Ifi citrennga, Pledgee and Commit tew. 1200 Intormiwinn. a 1 00 Song and I'rayor. 1 K. Duties of DkUrict Oflleors, liv Jamea Elox. Hill. 1 :: )Iw to get tho Iwyn. inUreatod in the Sunday School, by I!d Cook l 4.'. Value of foutl aiitginit in the Sunday ' S.k. by B. M. Prnnke. J u Tho IOmI Sunday School Tendior. bv ( h irh Thorn. ; ' i !n ml DlncuHahm and RepnrU from Sunlay School". FvtT Im iy invited epctlly Suit lo) Schoo and aingiHg ckiee...

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. — 5 August 1909

3KT F.r y. l4 if , lit. fti 4 i rr THE GREAT and GRAND MAJESTIC RflNQE rur ncfiinr IIIITH fl DPDIiTVITlON i& ;gU5 ND BTVLES. sB REASONS WHY THE a 1st. 2nd s& sB SSfiwA aB SB SB 4th sB sB And closing AUGiST I4TH, reservoir f 5f5'"VrT3 L&J ? JL. S 4 ffl 1 T FLUSH WITH A 7 ft rOk t?LVA ,1 ---- cs l! - 521 Jk J wTlTU i Tin- rur. Tim Mu&nr ah tiik majrstic aii 1 vl. "ATt"j :A ) V A B li'.l Krtlle. . an I fyrjckl.l n I'ot H l mefr McWW on MkS aCC'IP to lJy' I I ' 1 '" t i i. .... n co er. ' uwdt. tmi.i on taridc. utdJe tU Unnti on iruJU, B ) "..."iV""7 'T' ' i I ydr Mi Bmt Jtr II r TTTK MAJKffTIC Marblf Tlic MAJISTir TaUnl TWO MAJESTIC Ptrnt jl i,A llnanwlrd TuddltiK Pan. Wlrrd niinplp Krr.irm -H nP ( ? fil f. ik. a.PMill.UAi"'' Pn. s., r pn B In. x 13 in W -"Y"7 " 7 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmibmmmmmmmihm MAJESTIC st H'l ffSi' fi St Idem ONSTRATION St St g& 9W MMBM.MMHMaHMMMaMIIH sB H EEK BEGINING AUGUST 9TH, i SATURDAY, lanast 1909 SOUVENIR Set of Majestic Ware 1 FREE nothing ...

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. — 5 August 1909

3rf 5Jw? r "T i olIMMtK TOURIST FARES. Summer tourist f tiros May 10th, as follow: To Cerulean, Ky.,l.iOfortho round trip; Chicago, HI., 15.80 for the round trip; East View, Ky., 50,00 for the round trip; Grayson Springs,. Ky., 5,50 for the round trip, final return limit on all of the above, Oct. 31, 11)09. Hot Springs, Ark., $10.35 for the round rip tickets on sale daily, return limit 90 days. Dawson Springs. 1.C0 for the round trio on sale daily return aaaf aaajaa isn Wvaaafl MWMv saV j limit six months from date of sale. Asheville, N. C, on account of Dramatic Order Knights of Khorassan Biennial meeting, July 12-20, $13.55 round trip tickets on sale, July s, 9, 10 and 11. return limit July 26. Call on Agent, I. C. R. R., Marion, Ky., for Summer Tourist fares elective, May 28. W. L. Vennkh. Agent, Marion, Ky. DOCTOR A' BeaBBBBBBB E''KmSaaaaa BLACK'S Iff i t aBBBsaBBBBBSBai x V- saBBsasaBBBBBBBBi1 E. YE WATER CONTAINS KO rOWON. Is Painkaa suit! Harmkii u Water. Cannot Inhere, Relir...

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. — 5 August 1909

M . V i ?. ' -'' BVftv, Wti .. 'V &!! 7,. a v .i VJ i :v r ..y, . 4 ri . ,i i i? r , . . i.r w, .1 ;" ! , Cft . : rl ,W l'l V., H '- .-; "i j ' V ' 4' T r T ., r . '. i -- Jl " i$h WK . 'i .- uM. i V.. t . : . ' a ii v w 1 4 QEIje CrittenHen ust year, Circulation 4,000. N E CALMES Editor nd Publisher. Eaterrd ai miller Fhinry th, ivc; at the tastoffice at Marlon. Keniuekr, under e Act of ConcreM ot Mareb j. iSto. STK1CTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Slnrtecoplei mailed oj 1 month malted to anj addrett is " " " S months - 75 " .;' .." .. " .............. ' 4 years J.00 CASH ADVERTISING RATES: 15c per Ineh S. C. to Foreign Advertisers. ioc per Inch S. C. to Home Advertisers . Repeated ads one-bait rate. Metal bates only used for Dates and Electros. Locals jc per line. Locals 10c Per line In twelve point trpe. THUR8DAY Aug., 5, 1909 Announcements, We are authorized to announce JOHN L GRAYOT as a candidate for Commonwealth Attorney of the Fourth Judicial District of Kentu...

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. — 5 August 1909

iiT''r . " "-- y- - $-. MIMMMMIMMMMmMMMMMIMMMMMMM DO NOT WAIT s V, - - - g gl These special prices have only been irTforce only two weeks, and many lots have been closed out, Now we have g) added many other lots to keep things moving, and rest assured of one thing, and that is: You will find every g cy article as aavcnisoa. Look first for Quality, Style and Fit then the best of all the PRICE Cj will tickle you. Some broken & lots broken prices. Q $20.00 Suits $15. : 7.50 Boys Suits 4.00 K 17 " 12.50 : 6.50 " " 3.75 15. " 10.00 : 5.00 " " 3.00 O 12.50 " 8.50 : 4.00 " " 2.50 1o.oo 9. m 6- n 6.50 : 3. " " 2.00 6. : 2.50- " " 1.25 4.25 : 2. " " 1.00 ODDS PANTS AT ODD PRICES 5.00 Pants at 3.25 - S4.00 Panta 3.05 3.50 " 2.75 3.00 " 2.25 2 50 " 1.75 1.50 " 1.15 SO IT'S UP TO YOU Singer is just back from the bt, where ho claim to have pur. tcd an unusually largo stuck of goods that are now coming in bing opened cTcry day. H. Williams, proprietor of Hotel at Uniontown, atteuded tho bail ...

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. — 5 August 1909

j' f Id! IEE Ik7!f JKZri K?s Tan and o x bloods worth $3.00 go at Ladies shoes worthflQn f. I 70 $2. to $2.50 go at HOC li H BARGAINS Ladies, Childrcns aad Men's hose worth from 12 1-2 to 15cts going 2 for 15 cents. . Ladies ready made waist, worth from 75c $1.25, go at 39c to 69c Ladies Embroidery and worked 2-piece wash sml worth from $7.50 to 0 fin 10.00 during this sale f AiW Chiffon Panama skirts worth $6.50 go at Panama Skirts worth from $3.50. 4.50, Men's 25c Ties go at $2.98 goat fl0 One lot of Men's 50c ties OQ in all shades go at ? J4 Men's very fine dress shirts worth 75 go at $1.00 and 1.25 shirts gtat 50c wtrk shirts f at On lot at p, w( W lrv 'T ,'KV ft??"-' t T NrawMW ti Ma n K AT yrMuaag;ama1fri ..jy.'a'Aiw.i.y.ar w.w:i:,vlizih CjaErasssjffaatizsECSiia m y "? f y !,!wl?iy""' i 11 u CA M P MEETING SALE . IS3T3S3C E2? w L 'i . 'J -'1 fUfc ! kJ- 7l'i "K7.V' i' tu b v. h K' ' i m n, En 3. I ZZ& '& m For the benefit of those who anticipate attending the Camp Meeti...

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. — 5 August 1909

-"- V wt T' ' !JUfc JJ4k U4 J4i4s 2S.1. JsUA. JU4. JUA JiK ,AU4. 14. J A Two Weeks' Slaughter In Furniture. MMa This Sale Commences M o n d a y, August 2nd, 1909 And Continues Until SATURDAY, Gold Stamps to be given for every .10c purchase beginning on the above date and continuing throughout the year. Realizing the enormity of our stock, we mean during the next two weeks to give our customers the benefit of some astonishingly low prices in everything in the Furniture Line. We are over-stocked and still have more coming in and we need both room and money. Remember that we give Gold Stamps for every cash purchase of .10c. Our stock is the very largest in Crittenden County and is complete in every detail, from the lowest to the highest priced household article. If you are setting up house-keeping we can save you money. To price goods elsewhere and come to us for a comparison you can readily see that this is true. We will make good what we say. aaaaaBKS'tlaaBLI Holifa3EnLaaaaaaaV BOOK ...

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. — 5 August 1909

1 ' I! W. I naoi ii o D O promise was nnaiiy maue. soieiy on .unnon pari urausu ine manage nem . nm n thnj innmg did not wish to disappoint the In!4(lwogcortt for Mar,ont wh.n two were crowd gathered to see the game. Ac on bagos an, M cording to every custom of amateur ., t0 ,t(ja, Monranfl.U Manon entitled to select . games, was com, m the Mr6, when Langhlan me umpire; me man seieciea was one whom we challenge any team who has played under his umpiring to bring the least charge of unfair dealing. But because Morganfield was determined to win at all costs, she argued and blustered until Marion, rather disgustedly, gave in. We do not believe that the fair minded people of even Morganfield would have defended the ac. IC?OE30,OE 5 Providence o rl Fairs PROVIDENCE, KY. AUGUST 17,18,19,20,21 THE0LDT5MEC0UNTYFAIR Good Racing Fine Exhibits Splendid Array of Free Attractions. Low Rates on Railroads i o n o sand Fine Train Services gStrouse's bal High Art Band of Evansville, will furnish Mus...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 August 1909

; v m r?3oi u . o o o w .fiasseis 17,1 ZOiOEZXOiOE AUGUST IOET1 Providence Fair PROVIDENCE, KY. 8,19,20, 21 THE0LDTIMEC0UNTYFAIR ntHEE99Hri Good RacsngFine Exhibits Splendid Array of Free Attractions. Low Rates on Railroads U o c and Fine Train Services Strouse's High Art Band of Evansville, will furnish rXessxxamiamKTi Music. VlQiausuwlV o n o base running in the third inning lost two scores for Marion, when two were ' on bases and none out. both being . I caught trying to steal. Morganfield I scored in the third, when Laughlan reached first on an error stole second, and came home on Holycross hit; again ninth Burroughs reached first on an error, stole second, and scorod on G. Taylor's single. Marion's run, the only earned run of the game, came when Taylor and Cummins doublet! to the richt field fence in succession, in I the fourth. Cooporrider out pitched I Iiolvcrss at all points, as tho summary I will show. Goldnnmer, rf, Rochester, ef, Pranks, rf, Taylor, 2b, Cummins, ss. Block...

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