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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 February 1910

c ! Sl J HyHfi WfwW i.KimiW'iUcumit$ p,44ff9 The Marion Kli'ctrie LiK.il plant is now taxed to its utmost and with the increased demand WK If ' 41l for lights, Mr. Jenkins, the ! ' ,,4V '" ' ..'. , ' ,, , er owner, will le compelled to; increase his eajiacity. fr.i 'r ' ness men unable to iro home Mrs Nannie Carlos is quite ill' Marion Clark, the new opera i' ur home ill cmum. aiiuiiu.i. . hiinm. Mnnnror wm m w ntr -a Bob Carries of Sikeston, Mo.. I hustler, knows his business. is MTi on business. , this Week. T.. A. Knfniwif Miss. ioi Forte, of Cadiz, spent is(tfr:u uays lasi wee wiwi .ura. ( ir' is and family. K Smith of Cniyne. was in i, Thursday. Arch Conn, a well known tit Sturtfis, was here Satur- l.t at the stock sale. Mrs K. S. Huyward has re- iu,ed from a trip to Louisville. 1K)k for Paris & Wilson's ad ... ... . ... . celebrated mill products: bur M,. an(, M, w. D Cannun , Ms issue. , i., i t.. ... i ir ..i.i ami nine naugnier, ,ieu. nnur, I Thurman of Fredonia was Mrs...

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. — 24 February 1910

- f0ftPW - rrfr 1,1 If T TVs TJT 'TS - 7C, w -fake advantage of fhe & low fares sootfawest via the Gotten Beit this month don't put off your trip southwest until the opportunities there are gone. You know that tlerc are big chancei for you in the great new southu est you know, too, that they'll soon be iWuim. Why delay your trip? These low fare tickets ia Cotton Itelt Route to Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico arc sold on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month. Plan tiov to po on the next excursion. You'll hae 25 days to look around and you can stop oer both going and returning. The Cotton Belt is the direct line from Memphis to the Southwest, through Arkansas. It operates two daily trains, carrying through sleepers, chair cars and parlor-cafe cars. Trains from all points Southeast make direct connection at Memphis with Cotton Belt trains for the Southwest. Let me give you full information, illustrated booklets, etc. Write today to L. C. Barry, T. P. A. Cotton ...

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. — 24 February 1910

11 Unusual Offer 1 't i sirs- Ms a ff "for?1 r rr :li I !i. I 8 -. or a Limuea i ime we will d the Daily Courier-Journal ee Months and the one year For $1.75 he Record-Press and 100 elopes and 250 Note Heads h name and address for $1.50 ny or all who have previous- subscribed can have the efit of the envelope offer by line and leaving their order h 25 cents. his is cheaper than any one r secured envelopes and er. IRION DIRECTORY. GCO. W. STONE OPT0I.M0L0GIST. It it TM, iiMSiirt ruii.ii I a-ac" ure Cauneduy Defect ion I Guarantee All My It i r xact to Test if you want ', & M. Kentucky. I III MANUF ACTURING CO IT Atm, Manager, il I Made Miuion Furniture. Marion, Ky. T. C. STONE Ai.i st Foil llr NATIONAL MONTHLY, ".'human h. Mack, Editor. i th iwicmrwiiKJs. H COCHRAN & CO. Dealers In IfSA y MUM IMri.KMK.NTK, WAG- i i. II a, mtTIMZKK, Ml AND t'KMKNT. Uin Street. BLUE & NUNN V ,t UMTS AT LAW I'ra u r In ATI The Court. ia .ttistii 10 uoLi.t:rnoN8, it ' ' TiKsiNt,orori'iri: ni....

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. — 24 February 1910

3 , ill Our town is on a "boom" and every business house in it with an extra force of clerks. Akmoiutmly Purm && V-i K&.VA.B1 B A. Johnson of Crittenden county, was a visitor in Lola last Saturday Jesse l'orter and family had visitors the past week. J no Bridwell and wife dine with Mr. and Mrs. Coy Daniel Sunday. Persie Daniel of Cravne, is the guest of his rand parents this week. s Mr. add Mrs Geo. M. Cisco are visiting their daughter in Missouri J. D. Kolcv shipped a fino bunch of bogs lest week. C. K Brown, Mr. Sarah Brown, Nina Brown, Edna and Madce Newell are on the sick list this week. Fannie Bclmar is attending school at this place Mr. Mathews of Mexico, was the guest of his daughter this week. Tom Johnson is the boss coon hunter of this section. Tom Brown caught an otter in his trap but it got awav from him. Will Clark was in Lola Saturday. Mr. J, Johnson has just purchased a new piano. Ulie RatcliS sold a last week for $225. Grapes- delicious, healthful t V m - ...

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

tf h Is. rv ! ? a i TifW v: st - -v i . (Bf if fetiiteti Stejcortb -1 r VOL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, February 24, 1910 NUMBER 43 4TI j A . . . WHY NOT PRINCETON BEFORE EVANSVILLE. . . . $ Jt Keep your money at home if you want to protect, me Institution and send to JOHN E. RACKEBRANDT. 1 PRIMPFTON KY for Catalogue of Gre 2 SAYS GOVERNOR IS POWERLESS ON AMENDMENT Congressman (Jllle James Declares Wflsfehrgtn Ms Mxiissef tne KejrtKky SttntlM with Mueh Surprise lily Salles When Asked Atom till- Immaterial Bnnufs. Congressman Ollie M. James, who arived in Louisville last night from Washington, enroute to his home at Marion, declared in an interview that the ratification of the income tax amend ment to the Feberal constitution which bill has passed both, houses of the Kentucky GeneraK Assembly, is a matter in which ' Governor Willson has no ative and that the Governor's reported intention of vetoing it Is of no consequence-- ' "The Governor absolutely has no power in the ...

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

11 v, b n The FOURTH ESTATE Novelized In Frederick r. Tb rv:,s From the t.rcat Piny of the batiK Name by Joseph Medill Patter-son and llsrrict Ford. Copy rif lit. I RIO. by ,l.epli Mod 111 Patterson inl Harriet lord. Tbrougu tin- a luiiiul hole about five lii' lies In diameter bail been cut with a handsaw, mmiI on a table In the morgue a c.nneia had been rested with the teles ojilc protubeiaiue containing the leu projecting t lit onli the iioie In ih pauiilon Into .1 private ruui! box dhcvily above the desk. The doer of this box, into which were IHined letter": arriving foi the editor during his absent e. had been unlocked. A Hue of shoe thiead kad been fastened to the door of the bos and extended down behind ihe desk to the flooi and ncioss to the left baud side of Bi ami's desk. A ellght tug on the thread would cause the door of the mail box to opeu. ex (K)siii to the lens Brand's desk, his i fin 1 r and another liaii w hi ii had been pJaced at the right of the desk next to the te...

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

& prpspppsp?! t n . "i ks G?ho Kiud You ITnvo Always Kouglit, nncl which has been in use for aver SO years, lins borno the signature of and has ffly J1" . Bonnl supervision since its infancy. 'CfCCAi, Allmvimnnntoilppc.lvnvniiln tills!. All Counterfeits, Imitations and but Experiments tli.ifc trillo with and endanger tlio health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What Is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing: Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worm-and allays Feverish ucss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tbo Food, regulates the Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CENUINS CASTORIA ALWAYS six Bears the s &teZ tJKwy tr & f J&?.-- ArSJJSU Tlie Kind You Me Always Bou...

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

ii 65 " News Ginghams ? nieu spring uress boons I 16 New White Goods I Linens Laces and Embroideries Out Dollar the Year in Advance. Clje nttent)cn Itctorb'lDres! , the organized Jailers of Kentucky asking aid from the legislature N. E. CALMEs Editor nd Publisher. ir t'i punothce at Marion, Kentucky, uivln lit Act of Gomies of Marcb i. C 1H AlA'UKTISINC; j prr inch S. C. to I'orelgn jit. per iitt.1t S. C. to Home Atlvrtl'TS J rate, Metal bar only used for I'Utes ami l.ocaK s". ter line. L"CI- l' lVr llnf in twltf point tyv ion account of empty prison in I the towns and counties where " " there are no saloons it would m matter Hebruarr jlh . - t, ,l. u .K r; ihhc uccti cuuuite tjnuuyu uictb nine-tenths of the crimes originates from whisky and the saloon curse. We don't want them or the men to represent us that , favor them. Kev. ,1. C. lid)ett. president of the Kentucky rftaie Wide Ancintinn, call- on the people to -land by Senator WatWitf in the following letter to Rev. N. A. Palmer...

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. — 24 February 1910

& 'fSmsttsst i&jij'is? I '" !' S?V ' ! -.J. L"' fV r i - BPII I IAI!1 A Bftfl a S vur ran ana vvimer vioous musi uo. s& 7 S lAo nra nnmnotoH fn . inriLo rnnm fni Cnrinif Rnnric nnrt no .ii'a maLinrf a rfroat cnpfifinD n nrinac in nrHnr (n mrttm nn!iLln ITlrw.'f Plainly II. ..t . .,, ... -,i, n.:.- ' uiviiuiupiivu iiikiw uuiii iui ujiiii yuuuj, miiu towuiw inuniiig u jnuv ouuiiiiuv (jiiubo ill viuu iu lliunv iuuiii linuii,y. ltuii i ilium mat Wt lllUINC lllls statement merely to have something to say, for uc mean every word of it and back it up with the goods and the prices. i j, k: cr.s. -5 Sl 4$ REMEMBER WE DO NOT BUY ANY JOB LOTS TO CLOSE OUT BUT THESE SUITS ARE GOOD QUALITY AND GOOD STYLE. $20.00 Suits Foils. 00 Suits For 1G.50 Suits For 15.00 Suits. For 12.50 Suits For sw" tsr Miss Melville Aiken of Princeton, is the guest of Mrs. Gus Taylor. Mrs. Nannie Carlos is quite ill at her home in East Marion. Bob Carnes of Sikeston, Mo., is here'on business, this week. Geo. ...

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. — 24 February 1910

?'&&$' -fake Fl"SlT(Rf of the low fares g LTyT! A7yr tfyj tnu involutions its full cance became apparent, for not' via the tottonBett tin's month don't put off your trip outhut'Nt until the opportunities there are gone. You know th.it t' eio ate big chances for ou in t!it great uewsoutlmcst jou know, too, t1 Jt the) ll soon be all takai. h delay j ur tup? These low fate tiikeu ua'Cntton lielt Route to Arkansas, Louisiana. Teas, Oklahoma and New Mcxiio arc sold on the 1st and 3rd Tuedis of cuih month. Plan now to go on the iitl excursion. You'll hae 25 das to look around and you can stop cer both going and returning. The Cotton licit is the ditect line from Memphis to the Southwest, through Arkansas " It operates two daily trains, carr.wng thiough sleepers, chair cusand cars. Trains from ail point' Southeast make direct connection at Memphis with Cotton Belt trains for the Southwest Let me gie jou full information, illustrated booklets, etc. Write toda to L. C. Barry, T. P. A...

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. — 24 February 1910

I l & $ yCwU, -" W$&Ff!WRWtyH!VVt!r An Unusual Offer For a Limited Time we will send the Daily Courier-Journal Three Months and the Record-Press one year For $1.75 The Record-Press and 100 Envelopes and 250 Note Heads with name and address for $1.50 Any or all who have previously subscribed can have the benefit of the envelope offer by calling and leaving their order with 25 cents. This is cheaper than any one ever secured envelopes and paper. MARION DIRECTORY. GEO. W. STONE 0PT0LM0L0GIST. Eyes Tested, Glasses fitted Moat Headaches are Caused by Defective Eyesight. I Guarantee All My Work to be Exact to Test if you want see, Sep Me. I Office Up Stairs in Carnahan Building, Cor., of Main and Salem Streets Marion, - - - Kentucky. HEATH MANUFACTURING CO . B. HeAth, Manager. Heath'"? Hand Made Mission Furniture. Carlisle St., Marion, Ky. T. C STONE Agent For THE NATIONAL MONTHLY, Normas E. Mack, Editor. Office With T. H. COCHRAN & CO. Dealers In Hardware, farm implements, wa...

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. — 24 February 1910

FjfjT' "" - "n'VR.Vl " . J "TVi" i 'TVfflRK , . I v. MAWhteriMM WA 4fc fcfc .a&fe jA afcfc afcfc afch .Bfcfc afcfc afcfc .Mtfc Ik. 0fcfc afcfc aftfc flfc ah Aa ftfcsh..feA feftfc fe fefc "We Guarantee Ever Dollar Worth We Sell" r We guarantee nil our Merchandise to give perfect satisfaction or Cheerfully MAKE IT GOODT This is a sincere promise, ob- T ligation, a i we are wiiiiiig iu rmcp tu mu icucr, n. may tippudr urudu, mu noerai, peyona conservation yet u is rigm ana not extravagant We are sure of what we sell, Nothing Doubtful. The Best and only the Best finds Room Here. r to i ii k' (,.- .71 CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS DRESS GOODS AND WAISTINGS SHOES ALL KINDS AND SIZES New Suits For Spring Shirts, Underwear and Hosiery "Buy the Best the Brown" New Embroidery and Lace Some Winter Clothing to Closed Out Tobacco Canvas, New Shirt Waist Fronts Come in and get the Cash Price. Lhcap' Domestic New Ginghams Cotton Goods - See Our Line of Men's Pants $1.00. Cotton Batting Matting Rugs N...

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. — 3 March 1910

It. ate sent over struck a "snag" in the House, it may be passed later if amended properly. Governor Willson sent in another long winded message: Among the things he recommended were: a bigger and bet-ter state militia; a $500,000.00 bond issue; to keep the present school law and add more to it; Good roads laws, and more for the capital. The Senate killed the $500,000. bond issue bill very promptly; chopped the good road bill all to pieces, and as to "more soldiers and better soldiers" iOvill never give a, cent; but in a report of its investigating committee known asJCqmmittee on Military made these Very grave charges against the governor for his conduct of the military department:- That he violated the constitution and laws in many instances by sending the State Militia to various counties without request from the civil authorities; also violated the constitution and laws in refusing to place the militia when ordered out, under the control of the civil authorities, and in assuming ...

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. — 3 March 1910

HON. MARION I . POGUE'S LETTERFROM FRANKFORT Delayed from Last Week--But will be of Interest to Our Many Readers They will Appreciate Having a Man to Represent them They ao Oepend onto do the Right Thing. Frankfort, Ky. Friend Calmes: Still we move slowl Feb. 21. 10. tne legislative orbit, progressing only in one direction i. e. killing of time. Two thirds of the1 , the yearly hiding of millions of taxable wealth, and inevitably, tangible property would suffer a corresponding raise in tax rate. The County Unit Bill bobbed up in both Houses again this 10 01 '10 0 If 01 '6 0 10 01 10 0 10 week only to be sent back I under the pile of bills to through I ntil spring perhaps. deep sleep It is indeed unfortunate that this measure was not met at the ! beginning of the session in a session gone and only one l)US,ness. ,1Ke wav n settle on jre has yet reached the governor. lts merits. But instead, most We open up next week with twoleverv thinS has been hed P sessions per day. and then with J...

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. — 3 March 1910

Iff X ; v ? ft ft :t k" K MARION DIRECTORY. GEO. W. STONE OPTOLMOLOGIST. Eyes Tested, olasses kitted Most Headnches are Caused by Defective Eyesight. I Guarantee All My Work to be Exact to Test if you want see, Seo Me. I Ollice Up Stairs in Carnahan Building, Cor., of Main and Salem Streets Marion, - - - Kentucky. HEATH MANUFACTURING CO . B. HeAth, Manager. Heath'i Hand Made Mission Furniture. Carlisle St., Marion, Ky. T. C. STONE Agent For THE NATIONAL MONTHLY, Norman E. Mack, Editor. Office With T. H. COCHRAN & CO. Dealers In Hardware, farm implements, wagons, HURRIES, FERTILIZER, lime and cement. Main Street. BLUE & NUNN Attorneys at law Practice In All The Courts. Special Attention To Collections, Office up stairs in postoffice rld'g. W. 0. Tucker, Furn. Co. Dealers In urnrtuite, coffins and caskets, paints, oils and window shades. Salem. Street. A. S- CWENDER UP-TO-DATE STORE Shoes, Dress Goods, I Millinery and Ladies i Outfitters. WALTER A. BLACKBURN Attorney at law an...

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. — 3 March 1910

W i I I IfS Sir tffii mmm. Y A Last week the people of Kentucky were visited by cold snaps, and the committee on Religion and Morals at Frankfort by "hot snops." A town full of Saloons has a jail full of criminals, while jail doors in the town without the saloon, is standing wide open. What better evidence of the need abolishing the saloon do we need? I Entered as matter February 9th t7 at the potorhce at Marlon, Kentucky, under he Act of Congress of March J. 1871. One Dollar the Year in Advjnce. CASH ADVERTISING RATES: 25c per inch S C. to 1'oreicn Advertiser ;pc per Inch S. C. to Home ArtertNers. Repeated ids one-halt rate. Metal bases only used for Hate and Electro Locals $c per line. Locals roc Per line in ielr point type The last heavy snow demonstrated the fact that Marion has some expert snow shovelers. Last Friday morning the early risers claim the mercury falling to four degrees below zero. 4fl I nnk Horo ;, iuui iivi v For a few days only 4000 Yds Linen Laces and Embroider...

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. — 3 March 1910

IV if lAlMM6M(ftft(M " M I IAI 1 A a r vur 1-31 ana vvmier uiooas must uo. S s& Wp. nrp. nnmnp.lpd to make room for Snriiid (innri and up nrp. mnkini a tfrp.nt sacrifice in urine; in ... nrHpr . fn ,., mnLt rnnm ninVLli nnn't ti.snb fi.t .,,n n.:- w - - - - -- i" vw. ...v,.w Huiuiiij, "u" t. miiirv iiiul wis marvc 11 lis ' statement merely to have something to say, for uc mean every word of it and back it up with the goods and the prices St A S -" - d REMEMBER WE DO NOT BUY & ANY JOB LOTS TO CLOSE A UUI DUI II1LOU OUIIO rtlL "S GOOD QUALITY AND GOOD J STYLE. J-20.00 Suits For 14.00 ) 18.00 Suits For 13.50 i 1fi 0 Qnife Pllv Sl 15.00 Suits For -- 12.50 Suits For gfp Dr. Forest is the guest of Dr. F. N. Nunn. Mayor C. E. Wei don went to Sturgis Monday. J. E. Heuley of Tribune, was in the city Tuesday. Chas. Hoover of Sheridan, was in town Tuesday. J. G. Ashor went to Blackford, on business Monday. J. L. Shrodes spent Saturday and Sunday with C. E. Doss and family. Newt Stallio...

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. — 3 March 1910

ti ,' the hieliU'tit of you wen- spc.ii. lug. hill also as to"- lie pimped. Brand helped the would he briber to complete Ids sentence. "You tneun your secret Interview last night with Dupu.r .mil the attorney for the Lansing" - The visitor raised his I d wanting- ly :it Brand's loud tunes, m though to counsel ciiutlon. "Yes, yes." "Lansing Iron ootporatli 11V" continued Itrand. bonding close io the "Ye, win till. sum. paid In hand, induce you t forget ah inn only (hat Incident, but ihso v a r 1 ii u s hi her mailers i w lilrli t h A d v e a n c e (Paiimti . VI... 111, til ll .1 I' u & mw iN. taken 'IN In the pMstv" mm ( I) Ii I'll II d Ml ill; J ' bark in Ids chair. iiKSs): v; "iipii mean yen want Us in let muuisr k-.-T - &7 ll U VMl ill f fiitnl v "Tlien I h n t' "" understood." "hiijtviils in mi nin. -You will iu:ik Mcnvc a meinoranduin for me hi writing tn thai e.Toct u re ceipt. so to spi ik'" Ho pushed i pad toward tin' man aging editor. "Ml right-certainly." agreed Bra...

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. — 3 March 1910

Ifc. I' i - tf mm ' iw " . . .tst 'A- ' i; i.J ' ft --n ' w" ' -i 1 -7 . rj a V-" -- IW' r tl - Tho Kind You Kavo Always Bought, ami which has been m nso for over SO yrnrs, lias homo tho signature of j9 - a.ivt lias been mado under his rf? jCJ&ffl?s2 , W'ial supervision since its infancy. tAryt Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good "are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays FevcrishncbS. 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 and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. G...

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. — 3 March 1910

4 Men's 50c Winter Underwear 36c Boys 25c " " 18c Ladies 50c " " .36c " " " 25c ? 1.00 Laun dried Shirts 85c .50 " " 40c 1.00 Gloves For S5c 75 " '' 50c Men 's 2.50 Hats for ...... "." 2. 5 2 00 " " 1,6 1.50 " " .. .. 1.15 1.25 " " 90 1.00 " . . .85 All 5)c G )D 1-5 Gd at .37c per yd. All 25c Dress GdoJs Goat. l!)c per yd. All 102 Ginghams to go at .7c per yd. All 10c Embroide ry to go at .6 per yd. SELF EXAMINATION. began to get my best eye open to I 1 my surroundings and get my bearings I started a vigorous pumping of my thinker the hind wheels of hard luck and disappointment, with the hard luck part getting the last tag. I have been blest with a tamed conscience and I have it under such good control that it does not give me any trouble unless I do a piece of work for some one and I present my bill and he pays it off and does not make any kick and then my conscience hurts me so bad for not charging him another hundred cents that it takes them several days to get over it and just a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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