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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 6 January 1910

&-' J j I ..J'Jft S .1 35 K'TY ell "-" """ sgpRarffsc 52 m "tY jiwmw4 r .-?' Vi M "rJTA tt 'if rj ,.-i ' (Sfiffjetifctt 4 VOL. 31 MARION. CRITTENDCN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, January 6, 19)0. NUMBER 3'; m l S HON, It. W. WILSON PASSES JUDGE I. H. THURHAN AT NEWLY ELECTED COUNTY STEM MING ASSOCIATION MORRIS & YATES ARE FEELING H. and F. ACADEMY AT l& I?1" i BARDSTOWN. SALES BEST TO DATE GOOD l is.- 4 i ! Vd L ., 'k: J V .J Has Represented Crittenden County in General Assemny of Kentucky-Was County Clerk. WAS A LIFE LONli DEMOCRAT AND LOVED BY ALL. The Hon. B. W. Wilson, one or the roost prominent eiti.ons or Crit- tendon county, quietly passed away at a little after midnight Sunday morning, January. 2nd. Mr. Wilson had been in bad health for more than six months, but so oft did he rallv. that at times Ins family and those or his most intimate friends, acquainted with his condition, were stimulated to hope Tor his ultimate recovery However he was ready for the call or the Master, ...

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. — 6 January 1910

f PRESIDENT TAFT ON COUNTRY LIFE. He Pictures The Country Home Without The Telepone Far Behind the Times. "I congratulate the people ol North Carolina that next the state of Mississippi, it has a population more devoted to the soil and its cultivation than any other state in the United States. You do not have large cities, and I do not think that a defect at all in your civilization. The fact is that the tendency toward concentra. tion of population in the cities is a tendency that ought to be restrained. "Country life ought to he made more comfortable and attractive. The pursuit of agriculture, the pro fession of farming to day, may well attract the mental and manual activity of men of the highest education, of the highest culture, and of the highest ambition." It was in these words that President Taft, in the course of his famous "swing around the circle", addressed the people at Wilmington, North Carolina. With the facility of all public men for touching upon something locally of...

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. — 6 January 1910

; I tsW ? ix ip!ipi!55?!?p?p RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS WANTED. The Government Pays Railway Mall Clerks $800 to $1,200, and Oilier Employees up to $2,500 Annually. Uncle Sam will hold Spring examinations throughout tho country for Railway' Mail Clerks, Custom Houso Clerks. Stenographers, Bookkeepers, Departmental Clerks and other Government Positions. Thousands of appointments will bo made. Any man or woman over IS, in City or Country can get Instruction and free information by writing at once to the Bureau of Instruction, Hamlin Building, Rochester, N. Y. Commissioner's Sale. Crittenden Cibcuit Court, Kentucky. Mrs. Essik May Kino, PI'S" Against Roy Lee James, Df't. ) In Equity. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Crittenden Circui Court, rendered at the November Term thereof, 1901), in tho above cause, 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-house door in Marion to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday the 10th day of January, 1910, at ono o'clock p. m., or...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 6 January 1910

it ciaiiMa.waiaMaa.MMWMBMBwwMB.MWMMMMMMMMMwaww v 1 L 1' For 1910 all Brainy People Make Good Resolves Galore, So buy Goods at Y. G. Co. Store and then-Resolve to btiy some more, s&?? aJRa.;M pag J xs5Li! ,r V M Mf '-a ADVERTISING KATKS: r inch S. C. to Adxertisers. i ich S. C. to Home Ailvertiters. m1 iU one-half tate. b,tft only utatl for Nates and Electros. -,'- 'c ner line. - loc Per line in twelve point tpe. V hail our faithful corps of - .ndents with hearty, good wishes fr for the year 11U0, as with tL. ir help wo moan to secure all the i svs tit to print, from every section r nititry visited by the Record-I' ' thanK I-desire to our nts for their efforts in the past ior the many compliments and k, . ' received at their hands, a' if which proves to us that, though tc are among stranogrs, they n nur friends. .!) just a worn ot advice: uivo f j news item possible, using i j'Tccaution in securing and prop- ' -polling all proper names', a it limei otfends pcoplw to sco their -.....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 6 January 1910

i si i i i...i.ii - - T .. , .. , ,j TTTAV j .- I X " t, W,i. ' ,!- - v-" fiwrrc' " --.'.n '" i -""" -? r :j i is J J tj4 .J i&s j&M u t 4 ; ; N'5&T: N-n ITT 1 K ,1 - - j U-X iJ Dr. F. w. Nunn, Dentist Press Bids. Edwin Ralston called last week and paid us $l.f0 for the Record Press, 100 envelopes aud the 250 note heads X. M. Dollar, oi' Frodouia, while in town last week called in to renew for the Record. Press. Z. T. Terry paid his own rencwa and that of two others last week, taking advantage of the envelopes and paper. Senator P. S. Maxwell paid his renewal and that of his niece, Mrs. Arthur Strachley and nephew, Mr. V. D. Maxwell, of ArJmore, Okla. Mrs. Ida M. Roberts, of near Mattoon, sent us a dollar as a new ibscribcr last week. E C. Jones, of Sturgis, called while oil a visit to friends here last week aud paid us a dollar as a new subscriber. Rev. W. T Oakley called last week and renewed his subscription to the Record-Press. R, W. Vaohoosior, of tho county, called...

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. — 6 January 1910

r ft- $ Do You Have leadache TAKE ONE OF THESE V LITTLE TABLETS AND THE PAIN IS CONE. "My first experience with Dr. Miles. Anti-rain Tills was a sample package handed me. They relieved the pain '.o promptly that I have never been without them since. I have gien them to many friends when they had headache and they never failed to relieve them. I have suffered with neuralgia in my head, and the first one I took relieved me. They have cured me of neuralgia. I would not be without them." MISS LILLIE B. COLLINS R. F. D. No. i. Salem, Va. Sold by druggists everywhere, who are authorized to return price of first paekaqe If they fall to benefit. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Carrsville, Ky. Dee. 2Sth. 19U9, N. E. Calnie., Dear Sir; Enclosed titid check tor $1.50 For the and CourierJournal. I can cot do without the Old Press, Eloping you have had a mory Christmas and will have a happy 'Now Year, I am yours truly, .J. R. ThrelkeU Breathe &1 ftfop1 Catarrh Q No stomach dosing breathe th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 6 January 1910

- t' f ,-,,-... -( ,"h . . -;i" ,- r ( IV i rJ 1 14 K rv U - -v. !'- The Tenderfoot Farmer It was one of these experimental farmers, who put jjreen spectacles on his cow and fed her shavings. His theory was that it u;dn t matter what the cow ate so long as ho was fed. The questions of digestion and nourishment had not entered into his calculations. It's only a "tenderfoot" farmer that would try such an experiment with a cow. Itut manv a farmer feeds him self regardless of digestion and nutrition. He might almost as well eat shavings for all the good he gets out of his food. The result is that the stomach grows "weak" the action of the organs of digestion and nutrition are impaired and the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness. To stren&then the stomach, restore the activity ot the or' Sana ot digestion and nutrition and brace up the nerves, use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, it Is an un tailing remedy, and has the confidence ot physicians a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 6 January 1910

HENRY & fy the amount of the taxes duo aforesaid and costs) to-wit MARION PRECINCT NO. I. Cuder, Ed 1 lot in Marion tax and cost Fletcher John, 1 lot in Ma non, tax and cost Hatchett Henry, 1 lot in Marion, tax and cost Pippin Dona, col 1 lot in arion, lax and cost Brooks Ohas. col., 2(1 acres adj Geo. Moneymaker MW&m$ .iV ri DVT Vwfyft 5. so : so r . 7 Ti :.i.-) 7. no Bucklow Burley, 154 acres adj II Burklow, tax and cnt S.00 W. C. lil acres adj WHERE. 'V-5?' 'V"'- ' ; '" ' ""-"a?? ' ?& 'TwgJjSTfOf u. VS f ft f ffc ! f ffr f ffc $ ffrfffrfffffcffrCl!S!?' l "THE CA STORE. 99 enjoyed a splendid trade, all through the past year, and while I feel to have merited the same, & yet St is far tiom me to enter upon the Mew Year without thanking my many customers and friends for having mcKle my business a success. Having inaugurated a cash system, which S have strictly adhered to, applying to u buying as well as selling, gave me a decided advantage over the man who buys on tim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 6 January 1910

52S3H ifW If - M C!-. .' ff?ifmfcti ffitiovb'tik r;"'J i rs 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, January 6, I9I0. NUMBER 30 I, II. W. WILSON PASSES JUDGE I.--H. THORHAN AT NEWLY ELECTED COUNTY STEMMING ASSOCIATION MORRIS & YATES ARE FEELING H. and F. ACADEMY AT BARffSTOWN. 11FFCIALS SALES BEST TO DATE GOOD PROVIDENCE y M Represented Crlllenden Counly fienernl Assnmhy ot Cnunty Clerk. - A LIFE LONU i)EMUCRAT AND LUVED BY ALL ........ . lio lion, 11, n. iiiioii, ono oi jnont prominent eltixoni of Cri t on i iiinty, quietly panned away Yt'c after midnight Sunday dc lanuary. 2nd. r WiUon had boon in had health li ire than nix month, hut so nft rally tliat at time hm family tho! of IiIk moot intimato friends, Dainty 1 with hu condition, were 1 1'at 1 to liopn for lilf til I i main i Ihpvr ho w ready for a ' f the Manter. and had been I'll.; frit for several month. Ir I'nin had juat entered upon l ft. first voar ainco 29th. He had nerved l 'r f (Vitcndon onunty both ii drrW and llo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 6 January 1910

'!.! W!; 1' tit B iJU 1M it k 1 J" :r V'1 M Vi9?j W -VI ;n ', IV, I , .." I M S4 ,'3 H' v V T 11 V U; a i l f 1 :& "!i ! r H Fl ViM i. i l 0 I tfi IV m ini L 1 it .ir .f v, ay ? ;i w ft lv V .1k Jt iff fra le.3 I5 l-i a J(r I-J-..FJ I"VV1 Wfl 11 J ; "Ci m :j 'i . i ' i r F,.vj - PRESIDENT TAFT ON COUNTRY LIFE. Ie Pictures Be Country leme Wllhoit The Telepwe Fir Behind the Tiroes. "I congratulate the people of North Carolina that next the state of Mississippi, it has a population more devoted to the soil and its cultivation than any other state in the United States. You do not have large cities, , and I do not think that a defeet at all in your civilization. The fact is that the tendency toward concentra. tion of population in the cities is a tendency that ought to be restrained. 'Country life ought to he mado more comfortable and attractive. The pursuit of agriculture, the profession of farming to day, may well attract the mental and manual activity of men of the highest educati...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 6 January 1910

IIWAY MAIL CLERKS WANTED. Government Pays Railway Mall ;icrks $109 to $1,200, and Oilier Employees up to $2,500 Annually. I'uclo Sam wilt hold Spring exam ttions throughout tho country for lilwuy Mail Clerks, Custom House ferlt. Stenographers, Bookkeepers, Inartiucntal Clerks and othor Gov- jinent Positions. Thousand of nouit mntittt will bo made. Any in or woman over 18, in City or ntitry can get Instruction and frco ormation by writing at once to tho ireau of Instruction, Hamlin Buil- ig, Hochcator, X. Y. Commissioner's Sale. uttkniiks Circuit Court, tuckv. Iih. Khmk Mav Ki.no. I'ff) Against iv Lck Jamkh, I)f In Kiuity. My virtue of a Judgment and Or- tr of Silo of the Crittenden Circui hurt, rendered at the Xovomber rin thereof, lUO'J, in tho above iuc, I shall proceed to otlor for ilo at the Court-house door in Itriun to tho highest bidder, at ft II I.1C Al'CTlOX, on Monday ir 10th day of January, 11)10, at Etic o clock p. in., or thereabout, inng Court day), upon a credit of ix...

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. — 6 January 1910

TTT ? x M 1- KTsTM HM.tNNKMV.'fl SslEW IRv 'DaIIHaDBa J i ll 1111 I Ml I I I I ItH I . 25Hg0fiS5flgSSfia I- 4. . -re?, tc. -si sr.y J vviyirwy Wu on co had a friend and correspondent who wrolo us at the beginning of the now year, saying: "It is my wish and liopo to bury all the ill thoughts and unworthy memories lie old year, but to k'.-cp alive A Happy New Year n 1 i 1 1 r r" i j( ror iyiu an brainy reopie n Makfi Grind Rasnlvas Galore. t So buy Goods at Y.G. Co. Store and then S Resolve to buy some more. UK might find in them the answer of our own restless and hungring soul cries. The great feast days of years those which all the families of men accept as real and soulfully placed answer to the race instinct that grow out of universal passions of joy, titudc, and patriotism. The instant . on .' ui d beginning of the year is therefore a sort of summing up. a sort of sweeping into "a major promise" of tho other consid rations and contemplations of tho cycle of "moons aud month." It ...

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. — 6 January 1910

. m'.'irj" ' s' ! P Mil iflTlTl I hi M 1 w Sunn, Dentist Pruw libit;. i . il.l i-. t. li amnion rmini iai to u fl fiO for tlio Record- luo envelope ml the 2f0 i dlar, of Frcdonia, while ;.t week called to to rcuew i rd Promt. I err) paid hii own rencwa f two others lat wool, LJantagc of the envelopes i. .. ti II .! I.!. if I .Maxwell nam ma ml that of his nicer, Mrs. nchlry and nephew, Mr. L.xwul of ArJiuorc, Olla. a M Robert, of near nt us a dollar a a new ' iHt w ck. I ic of Suirgts, called la wmI to fronds hero last I sid uit a dollar as a new r T OAloy called last rrncwed his aubsoription rl ProM l anhooiior, of the county, L week and renewed his tn tlio Record-Press. I il ii, if Salem, fotnerly fire lUMMtioc laisiiiocH I'rrttwn. Tonn. Inht week, 1 1 temporarily loottrd. In Mars, of drove Cooler j Mr and Mrs. K. 0. " r unty , Itliio was callod to n buiincstf Tuosday of " rtt1 ' Trt7' ,r" t j l ! i k fclJs ti i M4t J4k t 14 t THANKS TO YOU FOR HELPING US TO MAKE THE PAST YEAR THE...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 6 January 1910

i 'fit IV: vm ivr PV 1 m i " If- i .-v rs ; .ta I., , j .-W ' UV' I'ff .fl J im' t'i ,1 ?' "J in i 7S yfj El . j , r1 !:' U ' f.M I! i Z i-- I! il. H ' I ,. ;i M 11. E '3.3 If i.1 ' li & . 4l ,fi t ? w E " li- f 2 i.i i i '.! 1 v t CVi rii iM.ll i, i n,r rf.' '. r .! vfl VT(; ! I; n Do You Have Headache L lMnVrTI fowls' JM&t r( t ta. jtfs "Mv first Dr. Mile' TAKE ONE OF THESE LITTLE TABLETS AND THE PAIN IS CONE. experience with Anti-Pain Pills was a sample package handed me. Thev relieved the pain so promptly that I have never been without them since. I have given them to many friends when they had headache and they never failed to relieve them. I have suffered with neuralgia in my head, and the first one I took relieved me. They have cured me of neuralgia. I would not be without them." . MISS LILLIE B. COLLINS R. F. D. No. i, Salem, Va. Sold by druggists everywhere, who are authorized to return price of first package it tney fail to frenrflt. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 6 January 1910

The Tenderfoot Farmer It,wai one of tlicio experimental farmer., who put tfreen ipcctaclca on lui cow and fed her ihavintfi. llii theory wa that it didn't matter what the cow ate o Ion at he wat fed. The qucitioni of dicttiou and nouriihmcnt had not entered into hli calculation!. It'a only a "tenderfoot" farmer that would try tuch n experiment wild now 1t..i - . . leiiard eta o! dUeitlon and nutrition. Hr might almoit at well eat ihav lf. alt ftin 4ru llA rfrffa nut .if m t.wwl TL-. - l . ... i .1 iii .7 .! i .. . .. . ,c,u'1 "'i ne stomach L "wrnk" the action of flin nrm nf J!j.!n i ..i.f . 7, T ," : -" nuinuon are impaired khe man tuffen the reiteriet of dyipcpilt and the afoniei of nervouineti. To atren4then the atamach. ivanm . dan of dlieatlon and nutrition and brace up the nerve; ma Dr. Pierce' m Golden Mrttlrmt Ttmwm w i. .. . I tailing remedy, and ham the confidence of phyalclaaa am wen am tarn praiae or tnoamandm healed hr Urn uae. the ttrlcle.t senie "Golden Medical Di.cov...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 6 January 1910

"31 1 li4 'm IV '.i IY '.. rs'j I i .'' .( 7 ! 7. bH4 s ;! ilt i iv 4 tt'v Y? t'!r f" 4- Bft fc:i?. I' ?' B.3 KV1 , w v ,;. '.'it l fy the amount of the taxes duo aforesaid and costs) to-wit: MARION PRECINCT NO. I. Crider, Ed 1 lot in Marion tax and cost S.80 Fletcher John, 1 lot in Ma non( tax and cost 't 80 Hatchett Henry, 1 lot in Marion, lax and oost S.7S Pippin Dona, col 1 lot in arion, lax and .osl .'.IS Mrooks Chas. col., 20 aurcs adj Geo. Moneymaker 7 .'0 Hucklow Hurley, acres adj H Hurklow, tax and S.OO Ghsh W. C. lil acres adj I P KF a. 6.T.4b.jSK -' f ? '- X " jW oW 75(-' &&&&&&&&&&&&itb&&f&&f&&&& "THE CASH STORE." Hiving enjoyed a splendid trade, all through the past year, and while I feel to have merited the same, JL yet it is far trom me to enter upon the New Year without thanking my man customers and friends for having matte my business a success- Having inaugurated a cash system, which I ...

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. — 13 January 1910

PC le 1 ) . ! v wtii&$kwdiimg!mmmmmm V -'- '-., , (Btifttnotn raw 0 ttm tit ' "JSr5rtfT' ?'" VOL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, January, 13 I9IO NUMBEK 37 BRILLIANT WERE THE TIALS At Central Presbyterian Church Princeton, 01 Former Crittenden County Young Lady. TENDERED RECEPTION 'AT HOPKINSVILLE. At the Central Presbyterian church n this city, Tuesday aftctnoou at 4 o'clock the holy rites of matrimony solemnized between Mr. A. E. Grcenhill and Miss Ethel N -Adams. The nuptial ceremony making this twain one, was pionounced by the vonerablo Presbyterian divine, Rev. Nourso, of Hopkinsville, in and eloquent uicasucr. The altar was artistically with potted palms and tlowcrs fin blossom, forming a floral bank, behind which Miss Alma Schnabcl, a gifted musiciau of Uorydon, Ky., and an intimate friend of the bride, presided at the organ. Those witnessing the ceremony were directed to their seats by ushers, Coleman Monrer of Ilopkiusvillc, and Hinkle Rawlcs, of this oity. Sho...

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. — 13 January 1910

HraaH V noa v Iwvo had the caro of four ohurohes: Bla.kford, Oak Grove, Rose Creek, and Mt. Carmel. Held twelve pro. traded meetings Prcaclud i a n hun dred and twenty-eight sermons. Had sixty-eight c .inversions and twenty, six additions, Baptised adults ind ten infant1. .Made 300 pastorial visits. Made eighty-four visits toee the sick, Preached tivc funerals, married three couples and conducted eleven pnyer meeting?. 1 have attended two Presbytcrial meetings, and the meeting of Ken. tucky Synod, and I have read the Bible through also this year.t J. P. KING. What a head full of theology and a heart full of love for all men. Is the two first statements in your last article. 1st Theology, Divinity : The entire science of the Christian religion, the science which treats of God and man in all their known re. lations to each other. My' My!! what theologian, no wonder you can claim respecting, with all that theol. ogy "iu your head. 2nd. And a hean full of love lor all men. A strong feel...

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. — 13 January 1910

) Ht t. - - AN UNUSUAL FER TO Every Farmer and Citizen Should Have His Name and Post Office Printed on His Envelopes. Every farmer or citizen for that matter, should hive his naiuo and post office printed on is envelopes and the paper ho or his family use in their crrcspondence, thus av id iug any mistake in a reply. On all rural routes nearly eve ywhero this oustom is being p aoticcd and ap. proved of. when too, it is found to be so much cheaper than buying plain papor and envelopes by the small quanity Hero is our proposition: To every one subscribing or renewing their subscription to the RECORD-PRESS, we will givo 100 envelopes and 1230 sheets of nice note paper, with your name and address and whatever you want to say on both for the total mni of $l.f0. The envelopes and paper alone would cost $1.00 anywhere without the printing and by taking advantage of this offer you got the RECORD- PRESS one year to any address twnthnr .... trilli Kin nien onvnlnnns nnd i r r 230 sheets of pa...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 13 January 1910

I I - 1ft"' V '""--' ' i''i!vS!! 'Tfriirfr w OLEARI NG The DECKS of mi n ufithfp ufapari fq . m Vrl vrvrlfcr IILMIIIIUU II I.M11MU EL.I.U .j Special prices throughout the house to insure quick action-Do not overlook this best opportunity of the New Year MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS NOW - HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAIN SPECIALTIES IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES Ladies and Children w" I w That we have are lees than B" rFCI wE SUITS, PANTS, OVERCOATS With the i ; sggMjMHlMHtilHHIii TCt CuttcutJcn N.. LMES Editor and Publisher. Km matter February 9th loo. r yuetottce tt Marion, Keututlo. umler Hi ic - Consrefs of March 3. 1879. : Dolbr the Year in Advance. CA "1 RTIbING KATBb: . IS" I b C. to toreisn Advertisers. rhb C to Home Advertisers. ids one-half rate. ' only used for Plates and I.lectros. r line. Per line in twelve point tpe. Oi. Eve uiht all Chris-I 1 u .nitcd in celebrating the oent in the hNtory of the wj li the birth of our Saviour. ('".ituids in Clarion churches hat. iir j, Kiocc a ureal e...

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