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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 February 1910

ii 11 A Iv Main Street .. . hnlil Is llraijijlmj ninny 'i I d!-1 Iliis l!i!i:ii Antisnii ier This Question. i t r Oi Its II tan l!iu rMtlicN iirsmixfiimr HAVE BEEX BUM REP. rn. TCy.rtt. '12, 1910. 'alinosJ . s'liry that, we can not progress for this r not many measures i i fiuiur uuiiM.. out i- many bills fraught - to the public. More and cass legislation r..?osed this time than i in our ten in i lence. Seven out ) bills seem to Ik? a Mb some kind of job, nunission making a r The ' writing ik anything racing to the tax payer. ' ..impropriations are ask- bankrupt the National ''iciii, and the condition -usury docs not seem to lurk on the legislation . i conceives there jobs. k rnirious legislation "Ifered that the persons 'mods eirected thereby (locking here to ex- ugainst the jiassage of 1 will mention jailers. h iggists, doctors, ' us, dairyman, barbers, ic Hut it is stange ' Miat I have got to meet ' ! .inner who has come is own or anybody elses ' I. to help his member uti'in, in ...

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. — 17 February 1910

ws 1 - -" - -, t wy "S-. v Q'7 'fall 3 Al. Tomorrow. for months been Mens Underwear 1.50 Shirts or Drawers 1.00 Shirts or Drawers 50c Shirts or Drawers Mens Dress Shirts ?1.50 Dress Shirts for 1.00 Dress Shirts for 75c Dress Shirts for 50c Dress Shirts for Fail Clothing Fall Clothing and all odd pants for Men and Boys n.2S S9c 39c i oc sv O . 6Sc s, at one third oft. q O In connection with this sale we will U offer a big lot of bargains in Winter Goods that will mean a big saving to the economically inclined. The prices are marked in plain figures. You will have plenty of time yet to well get there worth before the cold 2 weather is gone. Everybody will be here. These prices will bring them. Read them. Every dollar you spend entitles you to a piano coupon. Feb. 11 we give the piano away. n i ft x 7V7Z fSC m ii 73 1 m Ql " "U - $25.00 Suits in this Sale only 22.50 Suits in this Sale only 20.00 Suits in this Sale only--- - 18.00 Suits in this Sale only j... 15.00 Suits in this Sale on...

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. — 17 February 1910

The FOURTH ESTATE Novelized by Frederick R. Toombs From the Great Play of the Same Name by Joseph Medlll Patter ton and Harriet Ford. Copyright. IDOO, by Jtueph Mtdlll Pattcrtoit iiiJ Harriet font. He'll outgrow that. Judge. You wl'l icinnrkcil Dupti). crossing to N Mill i Hide Hut tintlci ex cry s) stent of free got- uncut pronounced Hnttcliuy In Ills i Juilli hit iiiumicr. ' there luive neon conscrx nth o mill liberal iii' whose leaders while they tin t Mil perhaps In uii'iluxl. linvu been Hated lv nil 'iinl lovi of couii x Unit i true. Judge Biiricluiy." no Id I ud lull I ttiii'l concede Unit you uk t" llii' conservative imr'ty." I in judge shownl surprise It it I don't understand you," he i in nil when Brand went on tie- mediy Mi "ii not seeking lu .iir riiiintry method of govern mnli tinned of li our furcfn s i' nidge laughed iii though in .Mi- tolerance IIU skill nt vcr mine wnf standing ti 1 111 In good id, i lilt tt tin iiiurli ('iMliiiHtiiHtii my r tl 111) OUtll." Ill Stlll...

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. — 17 February 1910

waai M k&i VI 1 K I I v.." tr"?ST wV," ft- 3f" liii toNNWi Fnii fiSI Fra irtKS' FINAL PRICES Every remaining Winter Garment must be sold to make room for new spring merchandise. Prices that will make you "sit up and take notice." REMEMBER We have lots of CLOTHING We can't quote jou the price on account of the small quantities BUT THE PRICE is the smallest thing about it Less than 1-2 price on this Kind. CLOTHING PRICES So attracts e that if ou come to look you will stay to bu Suits Overcoats Pants with the big end of the profit yours On some lots they are less than the Cost of Making. See them $12. & $14. Suits at $8.50 ODD PANTS AT 33 13. Boys and Childrcns - A fWC Suits and Overcoats I "r wi OVERCOATS WITHOUT the PROFIT. House full of Clothes Bargains Remember these are the Good Style Clothes, Eatefd at matter Febraaryjlh 1607 at the pottotbee at Marlon. Kentucky, nnder fhe Act of Corniest of March j. tByg. One Dolbr tlie Year in Advance. CASH ADVERTISING KATKS i$e per inc...

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. — 17 February 1910

Besides these we have only one or two suits of a Kind, that we have brought down stairs to close out in the next two weeks at ONE HALK the regular price. Some Extra Pants that you can get for less than Wholesale Price.! Now if you want good clothing cheap it will AN AWITI, itKroitn. Kvery xeiir tluinatids nl moii and women die of kidney who might have been cured if it presence hud been di'oovrrcd in lime and a prompt trout incut with Kiduels adopted. I! you have backaeho, k'dnuy trouble or other symptoms ol Lidnev disease, he.ini: usinir Kid- dealers sell it for fill cents. A UtiAl'TIR'L WOMAN. Must have beautiful skin, Hell's Antiseptic Halve removes pimples, black heads, uhaps. and leaving the skin smooth. Try t mi our guarantee. Spring Goods New Ginghams at 10c that many will charge you 12 1-2 and 15c for Embroideries Direct from the Imports ers to us. Quality, Style and Pattern that surpasses all previous purchases at prices exceedingly low. Pure Linen Torchan at 5c per yard Val...

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. — 17 February 1910

I' v i SAVED FROM AN OPERATION BSjff&' . SaJ f ssl&r ..sfrS' tti ii lit 1 W EX II liii bi IT liP A Genuine Surety Bond Guarantee PACKED INSIDE EACH ROLL OF CONGO SfROOFING Congo ii the only Ready Roof ing carrying the National Surety Co.'i bond. It carries w th it termt aad coodiUont that make it eiprcially at. tractire to anyone who muit comider the roofing queition. For 10 years you can rest eary about your tools it covered with 3-pl) Congo, aad we know that it is probable you will sstt ttut hngtt service out ol k. r M not able to 6"d either "f our con aoctors, but when the tram pulled up placarded with all aboard for Niagara Falls, we all with one accord got aboard tho car In a few a man came through the car with a look of inquiry depicted on his face and when I found it was Prof Moor, I at once made known a change cant" over him at onoc. he I said the Udv from Mnrganfleld that I V"i re to chaperon and I have walk Cl1 ni"c ovor tnfl "'a''011 looking for i vu The t rip fro...

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. — 17 February 1910

'am in eart "I or two years I had pain in h ncan, iiacK aim icu side. loi Id not draw a deep breath he on left side, and any little . rtion would cause . t 1 1 T a (n .1 niier auvice l took Miles' Heart Remedy and Irninc. i too anout thirteen vMcs am in better health than i.ir was, and have gained 14 muds" MRS. ULLUi THOMAS, I'pper Sandusky, Ohio. Tor main years Dr. Miles' Ic.irt Ktnieuy has been very cssful in the treatment of kirt ,rtnuics, because oJ us iii meet upon mc Heart i s and muscles. Even in .1 cs of long standing it wi.uently prolonged life for Lt 1. car ..jut uuciors uaa mi i- .m nopr, as proven y ii litters we have r.i'cful people. M lc Heart firmed U told by all iij in 11 in nru doiii rant to r't your arwapi win rtiurn your .IL.C& MEDICAL CO, Elkhart. Ind. HURICANE. . nT corn is the order of c i Unit js vory sick. n.' is vory low at . icetion at Tolu is - f of tho strongest has been for years. oncc'ritiif on every - and wjttinst, we fr Ujo graded 1 "i wua. 00 ' t...

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. — 17 February 1910

wr.. Wa wtF r r, ? '?" ' VT-- -i ' 1 l .w2S "1 k&ESiI aaaaaaaaa l c . KT -V ilUllllllllV mm "We Guarantee Everv Dollar Worth We Sell" We euarantee all our Merchandise to give perfect satisfaction or Cheerfully MAKE IT GOOD This is a sincere promise, ob- rjf U ligation, a pit- J ;a we are willing to keep to the letter, it may appear broad, too liberal, beyond conservation yet it is right and not extravagant We are sure of what we sell, Nothing Doubtful. The Best and only the Best finds Room Here. T ehu $ V hi' r r CLOTHING New Suits For Lpring Some Winter Clothing to Closed Out Cheap. See Our Line of Men s Pants SI 00. Tkat ?o1d. a iiraio, a ?odden wrench. little eau tusv b"t the kidneys. ells of baeVaeho iftaa fall. Or sotte modularity f f Ue urine. A certain remedy for uoo attaeks. A nlodieilaa that answer-. ry eall. Is Doaa s Kidney Pills, a trae npoeifie. .Mapy Marino people rely on it. Her Marion proof. S K Waike'. contractor, Marion. Ky. . :ii "I first beean to sttfier fro ...

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. — 17 February 1910

t fir ft V l& it 1 -? J- f '-- 'TV V'f5Bfc fiHn TT M I S3fl XVJH xt,v x? -- bI rrnWI . tmm lr iW HCI 111 ..wi I W ACi&il OS! Wis m i J 1 $tillmbmMtmtfo & Wttm 1 VOL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY. KENTUCKY, February 17, I9I0 NUMBER 42 CHEAP SALE CONTINUED!! f 4 On account of the success of our sa5e in progress the past tuo weeks, at the request of many of J our customers ue have concluded to extend it to ?"-& JB. - JL Wc invite everybody everywhere, promising you tie same courteous treatment and same low prsces S Our goods are the goods you need and they are going at the prices quoted in our recent ad and biils. 4 ber the extent. on of time to February 26th. 4 t Main K f A Dlii A U A US "ODATHUDe S Marion, ' " TT . btrcet y 4Hh4,4,44HM,441 LETFER FROM HON, MJIHION F pniiS! Iprnperiiiici light Is llrnyylnij ntonrj Much FhbIIpii litis Honn ArniiSRii liver This Question. hA,VLHARHhSIIFSHLINfil)IIT HAVE BFEV BUUOREU. Frankfort; Ky., Feb. 12, 1910. Dear Mr. Calmest We are ...

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. — 17 February 1910

1 -V w jgt' & n3oc o 30E 101 ens Underwear ?1.50 Shirts or Drawers 1.00 Shirts or Drawers 50c Shirts or Drawers Mens Dress Shirts J1.50 Dress Shirts for 1.00 Dress Shirts for. 79c Dress Shirts for 50c Dress Shirts for FaiS CEothtng Fall Clothing and all odd pants for Men and Buy at one third off. O -1 Os. Me O tiSc In connection with this sale we will offer a big lot of bargains in Winter Goods that will mean a big saving to the economically inclined. The prices are marked m plain figures. Yon will have plenty of tsme ct to .-'I')'.. , ,- . ) v ,. r.,.,, ,. ffm ex IE S9 An Event in Value-Giving That is Bound to Go Down Union's History of Exciting Sales! Ladies and Misses Suits OE OE lot 30E Jf Tomorrow, Friday, February 11th, this store will be the scene of the most beautiful Spring opening of White Goods ever shown in old Union. Winter Clean Up-White Opening A lkC df sTemblcd WHITE G O O D Sr YoT TmmcSatr TnTpTctTo In We have g for months been keep constantly informed of all th...

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. — 17 February 1910

IS. - !-,. t ' PTH' W)7 v r The FOURTH ESTATE Novelized by Frederick R. Toombs From the Great Play of the Same Name by Joseph Mcdill Patter-son and Harriet Ford. Copyright. 11)09. by Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford. "He'll outgrow that, Judge. Vou never will." icuiarkcd Dupuy. crossing to Nolan's side. "But under every system of free government." proiiouneed B.iitolmy in his best Judicial uiuuuer. "tiiere have noeii conservative and liberal parties, whose leaders, while they dll fereil perhaps in uietliud. have been stimulated by tin equal love of country." "That Is true. Judge B.irtolui.x," said Brand, "but I ean't concede that you belong to the coiiservutlxe party." The Judge showed surprise I.ul I don't understand )ou," he .stammered, when I'.rand went on determinedly. "Are you not wiiim to iutioduee into our country methods of govern tuetit undreamed of In 0111 foiefn tilers V" Tile judge laughed as though in agreeable tolerance Ills skill at ver ba! parrying was standi...

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. — 17 February 1910

, is iMHimii 'Pi ,. r , j vfc. sv;J's$jft$G W3K ri liMioM! pip1 41 FINAL PRICES Every remaining Winter Garment must be sold to make room for new spring merchandise. Prices that will make you "sit up and take notice." REMEMBER We have lots of CLOTHING We can't quote ou the price on account of the small quantities BUT THE FfilCE is the smallest thing about it Less than 1-2 price on this Kind. CLOTHING PISCES So attractive that it jou come to look ioti will stay to lui) Suits Overcoats Pants with the big end ol the profit yours On some lots they are less than the Cost of Making. See them $12. & $14. Suits at 8.50 ODD PANTS AT 33 1-3. Boys and Childrcns ja fE?eT Suits and Overcoats I"4 UPP OVERCOATS WITHOUT the PROFIT. House full of Clothes Bargains Remember these are the Good Style Clothes, SIWjSilN N. E. CALMEs Editor and Publisher. Enierm as second-class matter l'ebriwn jtli K07 at the postofhee at Marlon. Kentucky under fh Act of Coneress of March j. 1679 One Dolljr the Year in ...

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. — 17 February 1910

r fe Lf J if ft W! PflSPBSBHW '" - "T"Jgi ' 'b " ' I E, L. Komi), of I i'oii Hill, was lere Saturday. Elbert Scott, of Fredonia, was in town Monday. James Pickens, of Tribune, was in town Saturday. W. W. Ward, of the county, was in town Saturday. H. F. Haynes, of Crayne. was here Monday. JRlJas. A. Daughtry. ."of Fords Ferry, was in town Monday. G. C. Kirk, of the county, was one of the bijr crowd Monday. A. D. Crider. of the county, was in Marion Saturday. J. L. Rodders, of Fredonia. was in town Saturday. D. N. Riley, of Fredonia. was in Marion Saturday. $& J. II. Brouster. of Salem. was in Marion Saturday. Tom V. Walker, of Reptnn. was in town Monday. Tom and Ewell Hardin, of lima, were in town Monday. W. I). James, of Crayne. at tended court here Monday. J Mrs. W.D. Raird is on the sick list this week. felDan Hubbard and family have moved to Tribune. ? A. Tinsley has been seriously ill the past week. J. K. Smith has been on the sick list for the past ten days. Johnson Crider ...

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. — 17 February 1910

,r 1 s ' SAVED FROM AN OPERATION ByLydiaE.Pinkham's " " Vegetable Compound Do Forest, Wis. AltOl' ail Opera- tlt'tl lutlt ,1 l.ll .s tigi; I li id pains down- r. m in bo'U sides, - w I' . k:tclie. and a I v The doe- ., ft li r wanted me to , h.tve another onera timi. I tookLvdhiK. 1I1..I.I . "I- . .. 1 a" uidTuU Jam entneiv cur. 1 K ; ..of my troubles."- Mrs. ArnrsTE Vi1'J.i::a.nn, De For i Wisconsin 't Mother Operation Avoided. .i v Orleans. La. -For years i fu.' 1- red from severe female trouble-I it. .illy I was contlned tojuv bed aiel 1 v'trrsr.idan pcnilb .1 . . s -y. 1 .'V" l.vdi.i J'. lii!.I tin's e. ..Ilr Co. pi..i:ul a triai and v, trve'i l.'i :i ."'i o'luration." ' .. 1 '. i'l ::or. , wi Kerlertci'f ? . f I- La. ."M '.;. .'vsut lin'taiMllf led si. 1 1 .iriiie t'l'.' in v.-. r 1 1 J.Mliu F. 1 i::k li 1 ti iwtaulc t .npaiuul to euro j it ail" 'lKnieof ! "",ch ho,,-''' '- br.urht i.um proves L I'iiiklianVi ' '." tttble ( onipomkl i.-' to boar in comprehending it TI, exit ' re...

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. — 17 February 1910

"W v -- . - H K lv S: - I "Tf ? ..I t !- '!- i.fe 7 c Pain in Heart "For two years I had pain in my heart, back and left side. Could not draw a deep breath or lie on left side, and any little exertion would cause palpitation. .Under advice I took Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy and Nervine. I took about thirteen bottles, am in better health than I ever was, and have gained 14 pounds." MRS. LILLIE THOMAS, Upper Sandusky, Ohio. For many years Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy has been very successful in the treatment of heart troubles, because of its Ionic effect upon the heart nerves and muscles. Even in severe cases of long standing it has frequently prolonged life for many years after doctors had given up all hope, as proven by thousands of letters we have received from grateful people. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Is sold by all druggists. If tb first bottle falls to benefit, your drngajist will return your money. MILES MEDICAL CO, Elkhart, Ind. HURICANE. Delivering corn is the order of the day. A. Beab...

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. — 17 February 1910

If' .j i- ( T 1 M: W3 stS ' m 3 fe ft KIT ndieine that atnwer every ca Doan Kidney Pill-. true tie. i-y Mrioti people reiy on it. i re 1 M.rlOB priK)f. K VVilker, contraetor, -ay-. Marion. ! f?wt began to from kid- ! :iplint after reeoterniL' from r n'lr ji1dc. My back a'hcd j 'elyand I "c nnablo to work 'iree mouth. The in my seemed to be more at n.nt and I arose in the inonimr I'ciinj lame and oro. I .Tas dull, ICliu'V procured at it Taylor- Prai: torc j:avc me a cure and 1 am pleased to tato bat I have not had any return o' t e trouble. ' For sale by a'! Price ;"j() t.cnt; Co , Bullilo, New York, olo uiifnts for the Cnitcd State-. Itemomber the name Doan's and ttke no other Epworth LRauun I'rnijnui. For Sunday, Feb. 20. S'ibjoct "'How to Wi.it Leader, Mis Hay Travi". Aistant. Mis- Nutiuie Hocheter. Opening Son. Prayer. Scripture Leader s addres. Voluntirly talk. , touaat hone with !.'ood I owe larse tobacco liam. oiip fincitock I bnrn. Thi- farm ha plenty of stock 'unter, eau be ...

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. — 24 February 1910

fS GOVERNOR IS POWER ..v LESS ON AMEHDMEIIT nrcssmaii (JUle itwm itcfarts VBSdtfTtltMl WMMMMI Hi tior ami h KenMcky MMUlM iNt iySwiiesMcs mmm hu taMttrw RMMTl ( w gremlin Uiue at. dames, amed in Louisville last from Washington, enroutc home at Markm, deckrtd an mteriew that the ratifies- dp oi me inemm: uu fn ernor Is Powerless to do but meet and go through the formality of naming Mr. ' lames. Silent About Candidacy. Congressman James declined to cliaohwthe gubernatorial or Senatorial situation insofar as he is concerned. His name frequently has. len mentioned in both connections, and either it is believed, is his for asking. Many of his friends are urging him to succeed United States Senator Paynter, and it i freely predicted that he will round out his political career as a of the upper house in (Congress. Mr. James would make no statement regarding the proceedings in the Ballinger probe or the controversy that brought .i!l. AT - . k a a k e t to tin renew constiruww ana it wouw le...

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. — 24 February 1910

?&' ?rto "'H-T J5? The FOURTH ESTATE Novelized bv Frederick r. Tc.r.rjs From the Great Piny of the banic Name by Joseph Mcdlll Patter-son and Harriet Ford. Copyright. I COO. by J.cplt Mcdill Patterson ind Harriet ford. Througu ttie parlTilou a lound hole about five in diameter bud been nit with u handsaw, ami on a table In the morgue en mora hail been rested with the telescopic protuberance containing the lens projecting through the iiole in the pari itiot) Into a private mall box directly above thedek. The door of this box, Into which were plated letters arriving for the managing editor during bis absence, had been unlocked. A Hue of shoe thread bad been fastened to the door of the box and extended down behind the desk to the floor and across to the left hand side of Brand's desk. A slight tug on the thread would cause the door of the mall box to opeu. exposing to the lous Brand's desk, his ibalr and another chair which had been placed at the right of the desk neit to the telep...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 February 1910

? The Kll You Hnvo Always bought, nail which has been in uno for over 30 years, 1ms boruo the Hlgimturo of rf ,. l Is been mndo miller his r., OlX'TMkf ""ul "Iorvlnloii Hliico lt Infancy. ywryj, 'wwvs Allow no oun to decel vo you In this. All Counterfeit, Imitations ami but i:porlment.H that trlllo with mill cniliiugcr tliu health of lnfunts ami Children Experience against Kxperliueut. What is CASTORIA tmtorla In ii harmless Hilistltuto far Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops mid Soothing Sjrups. It Im Pleasant. It lontaliiti neither Opium, IHoipIiiuo nor other Narcotic It ago In Its guarantee. It destroys Worms mid iillajs FevenshiiCNs. It cures Diarrhma and Wind ( oik. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation iimk riatuleney. It assimilates tlio Food, regulates the StoiuiM h ami Jlmvels, ghlng healtliy and natural sleep. '1 1 e C hlldren's Panacea Tho blather's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars the L0U The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. wsSe PINEY CREE...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 February 1910

li vVA Dki PL' 1 !r lfs AV- l liv ift A x. t 1 ra WPiPMtWW ps l? Look Here For a few days only 4000 Yds Linen Laces and Embroideries- AT 5c THE YARD Worth from 10c to 20c per yard. IMews Ginghams New Spring Dress Goods & now ms.t uuuus Linens-Laces and Embroideries N. E. CALMEi Editor nd Publisher. ht Act of Congress of March i. iSro. CASH AOVC'Kf'JSINU . ticker inch JJ,C. to Foreign Adverlir ioc per inch S.'C. to Home Advertisers . Hep jated tut rale. ' Metal base onlr nSed for Plates and Klectro Local seter line. Local me lrr line in twhe point type mere are no saioons u would curse. We don't want them or ;the men to represent us that favor; them. ; Ilev. ,1. C. Mid jolt, tireaideot of the Kentucky State Wide I tion Association, calls on the tern- j perance people to stand by Senator J Wat lei n in tlie following letter to Rev. N. A. Palmer, president; The Sun of the Kentucky Anti-Saloon League, as was previously announced, filled the pulpit at the M. E. church Sunday, both mo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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