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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 11 November 1909

Swan Hats For Style and Service "" " Iff w ' I I)r F. w. N'unn, Donlist Pross Bldg. I Mr. N. .1. Bi.hop of Crauio, wan ii tht oily Monday. Mrs. C. K. Weldon wn in latt wtMsl. For jcood, warm atluooMilankcts, o to Henry Stone. Mis Susie Boston spent Saturday hth friends in Sturgis. (ieo, Ii. Turloy, of Sikcston, Mo., ka added to our lift tail week. W. B Miller, ol Irma, was added our list of subscribers Monday. I', M Si sco paid a year and a half last week. lt'y Sisco was aoceptod as a new to tlio Record-Pros last tiilmcr Bros. pat!od down Hull. Ilo street Saturday behind a beau. fill drove of hogs and shoop. T. K Hoover, of Irma, called iiurday to renew his subscription the Record -Press, Carnahan Bros, have on display ir of the largest linos of sample xformon, woman and children. kt seen in Marion. It is a sight urth seeing evorypairof which is bargain. Mrs Alma Smolscr and family, Heaeh Grovo, Ark., are guests of ir NiHter, Mrs. Motsenbockcr. .1 Harf.oll, of Orconvillo, 0., here v...

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. — 11 November 1909

9 S. f. M rf. JfP h? iff PS V 1 ca wii no a 4 tw I-'I wil' i:!;, r OTHER'S BE 52 COSNFUIt fimrts (TOASTED) gV"tj (m rrna ao '- injBli: :;!:. . t . ' I mhI :!V ti I x nth N)ri'in, V mi puhlii rind one-half mil" of clino' house f0 -pros in meadow, about 13 acros iu limber, tho balnnee. of land in (TO" tate "f cultivation, 1'2 acres 'in in w'pit. I ins tarm nas in nidonce, larsin stork barn, ivo barn?, young orchard, em, 2 pond?, 2 springs and udor pood fence, property is a bargain and sold quick. If you want a farm 'iin't fail to sec me. The price is i t C. E. Weldon, Marion, Ky. "He Bed-Rock ot Success ies : i keen, clef r brain, backed by indi itable will and resistless energy. Sup1 power comes from the splendid bpa't'. that Dr. King's New Life Pills mp. ihey vitalize every organ and 'iild up brain an I ' ody. J. A. Haf-n, V. Va., writes: "They are thp ' pills I ever used." 25c. at Jas M. Orme'a and Haynes & Taylor's. SI KAY ED From my farm near I5a. r .chnol home, one dark bay ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 11 November 1909

Subscribe for the Record- r e s s THE Newsiest Neatest Cleanest AND n raci me Best aper in Western Kentucky. We Have lubbing Rates ith allthe Leading Papers in the United States Old Folks' Livers need an occasional itirrinir up to keen them from being constipated, bilious ami irenerallv run down. At the same time, the laxative must not be so violent as to shock the system and cause sinking and sickness. rc c u .s war owce M ts the ideal treatment for old folks' liven never fails to act, yet . . II I f II . ... .. never shocks. . tonic as wen as a laxauvc. jc im .- stination, rheumatism, biliousness any and all trouoics oi liver, stomach anu howeis. J ane an ni uui nicht you'll feel better in the morning. Get a 25c Box Sold by Haynas & Taylor MARION DIRECTORY. GEO. W. STONE prousm ist. Eyes Tested, Glasses fitted MoBt Headaches aro Caused by Defective Eyesight. I Guarantee All My Work to be Exact to Test if you want see, Sen Me. Office Up Stairs in Carnuhnn Huilding, Cor., of Mai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 11 November 1909

tf .' ; r . 'J i i u: &' .i . ... Wi. , $' MONEY SAVING J IN NEW AND X Uptodate TFALL & T WINTER Clothing T 1909 & 1910 Come and Look Fnr Ymircolf I HI IVUIOvll I " III 'i.. i " " ff ' r - ft 1 V -1" 5 . & ? It Pavs to Shoo at The A X GREAT AACU CTril9lf Where Qualities are Best and Prices Lowest We leave nothing undone in order to please and Satisfy. uutil Saturday night, and all the time to It's our constant aim from Monday morning cater to the wants of our host of regular oustomers and the many new ones who favor us dallv because We have Merchandise and Prices to their Liking $ Shoes for Everybody him tho BEST THE BROWN ! HENRY i STONE, O U5 O h S O t) 13 IIS IS tI5 S 8 a $ H. V. STONE DlALin IN WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF $ DJess Goods and Waistings, Flannels and Cotton Cloth, Sheeting and Domestic Bleech and Brown, Carpet Warp, Matting and Rugs, Bed T Blankets and Comforts, & Underwear, Furnishinggoods & Notion Ladies Cloaks, Furs and Scarfs So come in m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

VOL. 31 lh& K&tJmAtVt UTtmfi"' " w5? CIRCUIT COURT CONVENED LAST MONDAY Special Judge L. P. Little, of Owensboro, Presiding Grnnd and Petit Jury Very Important Session. JUDGECordon ILLAT HIS HOME IN MADISONVILLE Circuit Court convened Monday with Judge L I'. Little, of prcidiojr. Tho forenoon wan consumed in or gnntzatlon and the impannclling and instructing ilio grand jury. The afternoon was devoted to the reading of the eocket and tlie netting of the ises. Judge Little did not devote niuoh time in his instructions to the grand "iry and vet what he said wa plain and to the point. Particular 1 c wan pUced on the carrying r nealcd weapon. Ho said, In i t "a'et where the violators were f rtd and imprisoned they wcro usually given the lowest instead of the I L'hest fine. Tho grand jury i composed of twelve uood uieo. They are: (' H Newcom, foreman, .lim H. t Farmer. Albert' Lucas, .1 U. Marvel. C M. CHft, Gcrgo I. Bankin, ,11 m Manus, v. II Tcer, S M. Wcldon, Claude (Jill an 1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

4', :j ft . m -si:? N Iff 49 ;5.00 Shoes S3.98 4.00 " 3.19 3.50 " 2.89 3.00 " 2 48 2.50 " 1.98 2.00 " 1.68 Carnah From Manufncltirnrs Kecord Fourlli. 1(109. Andrew (Jurneirin mid James .1. Hill hayo probably mule iuore mooey by skillful adverthini: iban any oth all odds his concern far and wxa the greatest in t he country Ver few knew thai at the tiui tho Sietl Corporation was formed another iron aud steel company in I'ittsburj: lnl an output almost as great as (iriin gie's. Tho world knew all about the Carnegie Comiauy,bnt it didn't know-others. Carneuic capitalized his repiitasion and sold the Steel Corporation nr two or three hundred million dollar. moro than lie could have hud be nut an p-s MISSES AND CHILDREN We have the best line of Shoes for MISSES and CHILDREN IN HEAVY AND LIGHT WEIGHT at LOW-EST PRICES. BOYS SHOES. Our line of bo sshocs are HflU PABIvIFfilF AWI1 'fr oars known and the art jtion 1 of the -V "'"" ? , if v f - mn 7' - - ! ljfeAjfejfejfe!fe? 4$ 4? 4? 49 49 Here...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

laxative, tonic. i n. Cures Dyspepsia; Trial Is Free It Is a popular mistake that only wealthy people who eat rich and foods suffer from dyspepsia, or, as it is also known, The laborer in the street, the worker in the field also finds himself a victim of this disorder. Among the very greatest sufferers from it arc women. I'yseiHa li Inuloativl 1 v a conntnnt fcrlliifr or I in. by Iiifh r ippctitumifj troulili'il l 1 1' noiir Mmiiiuli nmt nftor . nliKi by Imd cointilox: n r ml luMerleiH " There In mi hiirrr mid itpfllir r.iri f,.r this trou' . (Inn Dr. riillpB .- un I'l'inlll, W ,1 II llMipoptlCH IlllVO IkiM i !) Micemsfulij fni twenty yen w Thl in (at tnrl laxnt'v compound i tir.H O iit ''In'; of Uuftnlc I.i. of dHit!pgi4 up i ..j ti it lio Imd hint for turly i m, or until II lufcy ilny tlu.l ho In,,, of Or CuMwi i h Hvrup lVw n It ui , Jool Allium, of MontKoin Ala . iitlrr mifrofltiK contlniiiii ! fur nlxtoon i.....tii Tiii'ie uto only u row of tliu mnin 1'i.t It I not ojminido to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

m Til JP.'t ' r.." t 111 ff&w5!H5h Blf 3 I & I V Jtrl? iBzli tnwe SUITS OVR When you are aiming for Style, Quality and Satisfaction S In Clothes-buying, shoot your wad at us, and you'll Zf score every time. Don't mtw Nothing is left to chance when you trade here. f & : j r ,v,4 ." .1 : . Overcoats We are Low Prices mako it easy for you to buy Suits With all the Styles and Prices within your Reach. Mens Hats In all the New shades and Shapes. our acquaintance. Should he be nomination he will make the people his friends as he meets them, as he is ono of the most courteous gentlemen we ever met. All Mr. Waller will need to make friends will be to viait the various towns of the state. He is now president of tho Peoples' Bank and Trust Company of Morganfield, which is one, of the strongest banking institutions in this end of the state. He is a safe business man, clear-headed, accom plished and with the backbone to do what is right, let it hurt who it may. He has proven one of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

' rr"""yT' W ' P- I- w N'unn, Dentist Proas Hldg. M' T L Bennett visited friend . II a kfnrd last wool. M-- .1. W. Blue and Mrs. .). 11. i . tii rr in Kvautvtltc ftw days Lit 1 1 t i looking for bargains don't L . m e Caruahan Bros. Mr Heaver?, of Frcdunia, was jrncM of Mm. U. L. Bibb a few a inl week. M r new ladies' Suits that save i l TiO to $5.00 ai Yandell-Gug- m Co. I ('. Itonnett arrived Sunday aiiiHJ. IKL., aud will spoiid It' u iaj iu i ho city. i crW $3,00 Long Coal U "ill at Vandcll Gugcnheim (Jo Wilborn and little Ok, a . spent a few day lost iiW week with relatives iu this city, ( arnahau Bro., helU a cotton bat- t "i rc ntH a roll. Mr and Mn. George 1. Huberts lurred Monday Irom Uopkinsvillo, re they visited friends. rarnahan ItroH. aro selling work at 5 cents per pair. udge .1 P. Picrco loft Monday Indianapolis, Ind., whore ho went delegate to the National Con von of the Society of Equity. k'ateh Carnahan Bros., for bar cjuntcrs. cv. M I Dyer, of Sturgis, will the pul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

1 n iafrri , Special Oaryain Sain. KH acre- -if Un.l C nnte Ulll en cf Marion, k.. on public road w in mile of school houc. r , , , . i r.s ore. in meadow, about lo om ... ... p . .tate '.i cuiiiwiion. i- acre;. t. .own in vthoat. Tln farm h a;l W,d.fcWll.n!.,WU.rBl t" toeo him, oitus; orchard, , , x'z e .tern.. '2 pond 2 spritixs and i, i uuder goixl feuce. i. property i- a bargain sad w ' be old uutcs. If you want a f . hi ifnii't fail tn .ee me. The nrce ' ' 1" tut. V IS. Weuk Mariou, Ky. SCALDED BOY'S SHIEKS hjp'rified his grandmother, Mrs. Maria T lor. of Nebo. Ky., who writes that when all thought he would die, Salve wholly cuied him. Infallible for Burns, Scalds, Cuts, ' Ca ns. Wound Bruises. Cures Fover &;es. Boil. Skin Eruptions, Chapped hanas. Soon routs 15Jcv5. 25 cents at Jas. H. Orme's and Iijiyns & Taylor's. I ! 0. Irl h Kicks Almanac for 1910 Keacv NTciuWr 1,'t, 1901, a splendid year bf.k, on a'ronouiy aul uirterology, the only one ti.niue the original 'Hicks ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

Subscribe for the Record -Press THE Newsiest Neatest Cleanest AND n raet me best aper in Western Kentucky. We Have ubbmg Rates ith allthe Leading Papers in the United States Flatulence When rvrrv hire vmi eat seems to turn to fas and your stomach and intestines cause you endless discomfort, it is an imfailmtr sii'ii that vour en tire system needs a thorough houscclcaninc ace, u. s pat office M It. "cs flatulence by eliminating the cause of the disturb- I'Vv , ... : .!.... I l.. .. N.TD nUU .A.nlnlit n iiiuiiivu uvcr. i ac an uuin and jou'll feel better in the morning. Better than Pills for Liver Ills s0 old by Haynes & Taylor MARION DIRECTORY. GEO. W. STONE proMBni ist. Eyes Tested, Glasses fitted Most Headaches nro Caused by Defective Eyesight. I Guarantee All My Work to be Exact to Teat if you wnnt see, Sec Me. Office Up Stairs in Carnnhan Building, Cor., of Main and Salem Streets Marion, ... Kentucky. MEATIi MANUFACTURING CO . H. HkAtji, Manager. Heath'i Hand Made Mission Fur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

r n m m i f: t v 1 1VHrgSSffr - wa - - - ?,- n ep f fc t t f 4At(ft4444fttto9r A It Pays to Shop at The jjl GREAT "THE CASH STORE." MONEY SAVING IN NEW AND X Uptodate TFALL & ? WINTER j Clothing T 1909 & 1910 Come and Look Fnr Viifc nlf "I I UUI Ovll Yf, I lefcbert a tbe Septeabtr. Ditrict A;oeiatoa btl coae? "-. 1 1 r tW tbr A?- cittioa. wit eezter a He&derHta Ahsolu JPuTBS'i ell, Mr. Elliot, tke aeaber of ke tte froa the crower. 1 Liverpool. Yoa leit bere oti the ljth Earliad that ootbtac I csM -it 13th f)dretdecU M iLe vpicMs tiitt tbe District A $ Io werf g5f )at ta sstbj I itta' dij re sicWm. tb&s? ' ttt iit ntt ttmt rfV ta 13 Of1 .: Where Qualities are Best and Prices Lowest ft We leave nothing undone in order to please and Satisfy. & It's our constant aim from Monday morring uutil Saturday night, and all the time tQ cater to the wants of our host of regular customers and the many new ones who favor us dally because We have Merchandise and Prices to their L...

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. — 18 November 1909

v ' " k ' J -- fc ". f1 i r' ' - T ,v. - rxff ' v i? - V. i --' MT- i. MtmtfoMfjtm VOL. 31 MARION, TTEIVDEIM COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Noy. 18, 1909. NUMBER 30 Til .( k 1 i r c t 5 , Iff ', CIRCUIT COURT CONVENED LAST MONDAY Special Judge L. P. Little, of Owensboro, and Petit Jury Very Important Session, JUDGE Cordon ILLAT HIS Circuit Court convened Monday with Judge L. P. Little, of Owensboro, presiding. The forenoon was consumed in organization and the impanelling and instructing the grand jury. The afternoon was devoted to tho reading of tho docket and the setting of the cases, Judgo Little did not devote much time in his instructions to the grand jury and yet what he said was plain and to the point. Particular emphases was placed on the carrying concealed weapons. He said, in most cases where tho violators were fined and imprisoned they wcro usually given tho lowest instead of the hisrhest fine. Tho grand jury is composed of twelve good men. They aro: C. R. Newcom, foreman, .lira MoConn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

if 4 43 43 43 43 43 43 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 J&fe;&fe4oik:fe4ojfefojfefojJo;feio4o:Jofo& Here's the Best News you'll Find This Paper S Read Every Word 49 MEN'S FINE SHOES 49 43.S5.00 4 4.00 43 43 43 2 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 Shoes S3.98 " 3.19 " 2.89 44 2 48 1.98 1.68 43 WORK SHOES! 43 We have the best line of 4? work shoes in Marion, 4;? that wc will sell at est Prices during these Jj 10 days. 4- - HOW CAIINEfilE AND HILL MADE MILLIONS. From ManuTiinlurnis KRcnrd November Fonrlti. 1989. Andrew Carnegia and .lame-' .1. Hill Iuvl probably nmif more money by advcrtisitit: than any oth or men in America. In the line of shrewd advertising, a- well ai in knowing how to accumulate mill on, 8 MISSES AND CHILDREN We have the best line of Shoes for MISSES and CHILDREN IN HEAVY AND LIGHT WEIGHT at LOW-EST PRICES. BOYS SHOES. Our line of boysshoes are the best and Cheapest found anywhere. "t v iss this Sale Come see the Shoes j LADIES FINE SHOES! &fr $3.50 Shoes $2.48 FT 3....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

V J ,VW - ! ")V .'! '.Vi -?' Sv r '.JW-'Ri rv .? Cures Dyspepsia; Trial is Free It is a popular mistake that only wealthy people who cat rich and highly-spiced foods suffer from dyspepsia, or, as it is also known, indigestion. The laborer in the street, the worker in the field also finds himself a victim of this disorder. .Among the very greatest sufferers from it arc women. Dyspepsia la Indicated t,y a constant .feellnp of l.'.zinrsd, by lops oC .Tppetlto nnd troubled si op, hy sour Hmiin'h nnd distress nftcr i5.uli.ff, by bad complex! 3n nnd lustorlcss ox l'i. There la :io Mirer nnd speedier rnr for this troullc tl vii Dr. Caldwell's s. . up Pepsin, wliKli ilywpeptlcs have i,rCi. i.uiit successfully foi twenty yr;u.. Thin incut herb laxutlvc compound Capt. Clu':, of Buffalo. la., or dyspepsia tin. I tj;:r stomach tint lie had had for forty vi.im. or until th luiky day that lio lira... of Dr. CulthviTs Syrup I'eprln. It iur il Joel Adams, of Montpoin.'ry. Ala., after suffering cont...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

f Jlsfe Ir I1 MB 1" .- m & V - " h" - r !'". w V vl "MMWWiMWWMBWBWIMBMIMiMWMMMBMtJWMyafcMBa. . - - MMKaaa aaM ii&J&$&&2tMlm Kara tl.c jcsobi wp. T 7xw.za riMiEz Mi1rlTrMBWTWWrTMMW1alBMBrTinMaMHHarTWnaHrlTHM nimn "i n ' bi Nwtf YANDELL--GUGENHEIM & COMPANY TO LOW PRICES kauxX . y JHfc j 3 SUITS OVERCOATS xN When you are ain.i.if for Style, Quaty and Satisfaction & In Clothes-buying, shoot your wad at us, and you'll Sr score every time. Don't miw" Nothing is left to chance vhen you trade here WS S j ! . ore I JT liilODM.WI f OK STATE AUDjTUK Man, f the iet -lint:, clean handed biis.it) s uien, ii will a.s politicians, of tho b rit ani Second congressional Uis ricts are mi'itioning the name K. W.ller of Morginficld as probably tho utrongest man the couM poFbibly name for Sfatr Aiditor in 1011. Mr. Waller has at no time even intiruatd that he would seek tbo nomination, but hiH friends, who have Lnown and admired him from bUioad, aro suro to ask him and in si(...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

r Ri L ;i K ) A i i A A i i i A i A ' . . iL i is t i i u tj J J x.i te Hiintino PAimicciOn $ Is Hereby Given to The Public, to Hunt on Our Premises for the entire season, g We have an abundance of game, consisting of VALUES in both Large and Small articles of winter apparel. We furnish each "Hunter" with a guide to flush the fi "game." te SOME OF THE GAME FOIMD ON OUR PLACE In your Hunt for the very best Values ill SUITS, OVERCOATS, CRAVENETTS and EX. TRA PANTS, Don't fail to come to US. We will endeavor to Entertain you with better values than you will find elsewhere, and at the same time give you, Styles and garments that fit and hold their shape. Our Hunting Ground A r wr Dr. F. w. Nunn, Dentist Press BIdg. Mrs. T. C. Bennett visited friends in Blackford last week. Mrs. J. W. Blue and Mrs. J. II. Jrme were in Evansvillc a ftw days last week. When looking for bargains don't fail to roo Caruahan Bros. Mrs. Beaver, of Fredunia, was the guest of Mrs. li. L. Bibb a few days last week...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

J. i.ci', large stork barn, t'. to'jtmui hiriijs, young orchard, . . ., . " , . , ; t. upturns, (Kinds, 1 springs and if under goi! fence, ; ii-property is a bargain and I n. ' be sold quick. If you want a 1.. don t tail to sec me. I lie nncc 1 i. gbt. (' U. Wkmio.v, Marion, Kr, A SCALDED COY'S SHIEKS fr rified his grandmother, Mrs. Maria T-. lor. of Nebo, Ky.. who writes that wb'n till thought he would die, Buck-1 Salve wholly cuied him. ! Irj.fulhb.c for Burns, Scalds, Cuts, ) Co 11s. Wounds Bruises. Cures Fever ' Boil". Skin Eruptions, Chil- i bljlns, Chapped hands. Soon routs ! ljcloa. 'J.'i cents at Jas. II. Orme's and 1 Iftyne: & Taylor's. I I After many remedies had failed and .i.aCT uj ., nrMi 1 I1I.W1 UULIWO lll.U KUW 111U UI7 i bllLU 1 tog. I oyed to! to get my health back again,' For r.,.i,.. ..(:., 1 ,,. r a nnnun w.Ann,, 'Trouble, Lame Back, Female complaint ' its unequaled. Only 50 cents at Jas II. Orme's and Haynes & Taylor's. """ Till CuTd PuTlV. 'Hello, Hill...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

WJL1 t 177? - "V T i ,fs ft Subscribe for the Record -Press THE Newsiest Neatest Cleanest AND In Fact the Best Paper in Western Kentucky. We Clubbing With all the Leading Papers in the United States Flatulence When every bite you and your stomach and Have Rates less discomfort, it is an unfailing sign that your entire system needs a thorough housecleaning. f?G l.S PAT eat seems to turn to pas intestines cause you end Dt7CC msusi cures flatulence by eliminating the cause of the disturb anceinactive liver. Take an NR tablet to-night and you'll feel better in the morning. Better than Pills for Liver Ills s0 Sold by Haynes & Taylor MARION DIRECTORY. GEO. W. STONE PrOMETR 1ST. Eyes Tested, Glasses fitted Most Headaches are Caused by Defective Eyesight. I Guarantee All My Work to be Exact to Test if you want sec, Sup Me. Office Up Stairs in Curnahan Buildinjr, Cor., of Main and Salem Streets Marion, - - - Kentucky. HEATH MANUFACTURING CO . B. HeAth, Manager. Heath'". Hand Made Mission...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 November 1909

MANAGER ELLIOTT ARRIVES FROM LIVERPOOL ''cll, Mr. Elliot, the members of the Association are very anxious to learn the details of your mission to Liverpool. You left here on the lth of September, did you not? Yes, I left here on the 13th of September. You were gone just two months then? About two months two monihs lacking live days. Well, what success did you have in sollinc tobacco lor the Stemming District Association while gone? I reached Liverpool oti the 22nd day of September, and after a few days of getting samples out and ready I called on the dealers or commission merchants only, and found them very reluctant to buy. In some oases men who I visited even to go aud look at the tobacco, giving as their excuse the following three Kirut. inni'i' in the ill thi! Asstciaiion, win principal center in Henderson county in the controversy. Thuu buyers said to me that they had been reinibly informed by their that thi trouble would wreck the As.souiiitiou, and that ihey would be able to ...

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