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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 10 March 1910

EASTER MARCH 27TH And bear in mind that wc have now in stock the "Niftiest" line of EASTER SUITS ever shown in Crittenden County. "Hand Tailored." up to the minute in pattern and Style and Cheaper than you will find the same quality and workmanship anywhere else COME SEE THEM. WflffyWftW -' l ., -' 'i!Li',i,iii,,,,iii .jiiLLuflrifirt'H.V i r . '-v I ssJSSai 4JMrCJK i . ls I H. (I lissom went to i' sm'Io Tuesday. h Bom land wont to H liter k-I on business. li N. Rochester visited r t ds .it Sturiris Friday. W It HukIics of the county. . . m Marion Saturday. 'i N ('nice sold a fine mare lm I'k kens Saturday for $225. si". Walker and II. R. Stem- lr 1t of Iron Hill, were in town t sii.l I no. A, Moore received a nice! Arabian ony by express Satur day. Dr. K. M. Franks had professional business at Repton Saturday. Will Wilson of the county, worshiped at the C. P. church here Sunday. Sam and Kd Turley of IMney, were customers of .1. M. Me-Chesney Monday. .1. F. A k raise of Fredonia, ret...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 10 March 1910

fc C -C, jK His faults fessed. cnlucky. And love, in bitter sorrow, weeps Above the dark and silicnt cell H Again the outer door of our Tabernacle has been alarmed, and the Grand Master of our Universe has seen fit, in His infinite wisdon to call to the Lodge on high our beloved Brother. Robert L. Flanary, who departed this life at 10:20 a. m.. February 24, 1010. No pain, no anxious sleepless fears , Invade his house; no mortil woes His narrow resting place comes near, , To trouble his serene repose. As Hiram slept the widow's son So does our brother take his rest. Life's battles fought, life duties done, TJIER (ROM M1SS0UHI. 1 Dexter, Mo., Feb. 27, 1910. Mr. N. E. Calmes: I have been thinking for a long time I would write to the Record Press and let you and my old time friends know what we are doing in Stoddard, Missouri. This has been the most severe winter since I have been in Missouri. During the recent snap, it was from 12 to IS below zero, made us wish we were farther south. W...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 10 March 1910

, ? tlatJ t t" 4S 1 . r W (i iti l.l , r ,s I J r s V !ad IV! m BOB -l : k .ii ' ... i 1UO .,c ' C'.- N'l ,v";.vU'i ho" -,.J .'..Hi iho1. ,V &'1 ,rnr long'i Any a"' I' ' I 111 I l nr r an iest " lhro.it, .sliarj) pain ' Illness across the h ifMiicss or couli, " , irt with Slam's ' 'i don't need to ' it on lightly. It H'iantly to the scat niMi, iflicves I " )" the pain. ere's the Proof. w I'McJiedonla, Kan, " if nicd Sloan'n " and find it an excel. ' llnoal,liC5t pains, 1 ' f' MTallaiks. A few ciifar Mopt cough. instantly." loan's hiitieni "r i ) tirt ,'f , L'"t i . -in i f nl , ik ii-, nil' i 1 it ii e than porous I'licker and docs "res of the skin. ' ,iii fir ty III. ! I t in r mti l9 .kin I II '"Iniliit. aOcftlnn R&".' I ImhI I tjl ;i The Kind You lluvo Alwujs Bought, and which Ima boon in use Tor over HO yen- , h 19 borno tho Hifrnutiiro of s0 r ,lnl ls been mndo under Ills AtfJsrtjfcts Sulml Mllorvlsloii hIiico Its Infancy. CK yutrVA AHow 110 no in deceive-you IiithlK. M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 10 March 1910

' tA I H IE" I in the .puterjs. -' 4 Kentucky, .rifts ft ..; k A M 3-, AW "W V iiiii .. mi-. i..- .iim.ii , ...-.. - Big Spring Opening March 18. We want everybody to visit our Store on this Occasion Our Line of Hats and Merchandise will be worth Your while. There is No better Line Miss Trenary has Charge oi the Millinery Department Bargains in White Goods LINGERIE CLOTH l5to25 Very sheer, specially adapted to ladies fine underwear. Nainsook 10 to 25c yd specally nice for shirt waist and summer dresses for Ladies and Misses. The New Fabric, "Klaxon" at 25c yd. Permanent linen threed finish, has all the merits of linen lawn and double the durability. Wash Fabrics Bolts of long cloth $1.20 to $3 Galatea Cloth 18c yd spccciallv adapted to children school dresses and small blouse suits Shirting Madras and Percals 10 to I5c Ginghams 10 to25cts pcrard Brown Linen 15 to 25c per yard White Linen 25c to $1.00 Persian lawns Nainsook India linen 15 to 20 Linarie is the ideal fabric for summer ...

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

M., lYi I run iirimiiis mm mey i en: Kiiislng Administered MryctinlNe. i ' ne, ut the home of Mr. Md occupation, tends to . g,, fo. wlch unch ilong certain well worn lnn most .successful arm- country are those who r wig to avoid some of the J i -it lis and by pnictising jiid diversiying of crojis, i . " i M'lfction ot seed, saving t()ta) ()f 50.00, Tolu received ne. and better method . ..,.,.,,. i,r nmniloof this tax ' .tion have increased the 't the various farm croj)s 1 "Id or more. '""i inends, if you are in- ' 'I in the suggestions as and incompletely outlined drop ine a card at opce niir neighbor to do the 'ui let us see what we can t the whole county in- "' 'I in this matter; l no. P. Kino, Marion. K.v. INI) iilAINMKM liulay aftsrnoon, March i. .1 P. Sigler will he in lor the mianose oi ar- of it. DeHntte announcement were organized in some Now, we have an adv tax of IS cents on the $100- and 50 cents poll ta. Tolo has paid this term adv. tax lf cents per hundred, amounting to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 March 1910

$ 8 FRIDAY, cv ,,. u 4 f' l4MI.4lllllH444l44444",i"lt,i,4,4', " " ' H THE BEST FOR THE MNEY SPRING OPENNING OF EQUISITE MILLINERY, MARCH 18TH, - HEADQUARTERS - ijIi.uis?4 .J Clover Seeds, all kinds Timothy, Srcea lup, Blue Grass. o 8 For the following articles at rock bottom '2 Prices:- 7 Seed Oats, Wire Fencing. Roofing of all kinds, Oliver Chilled Plows, Cultivators, New Ground Plow, Disc Harrows. Wagon and Buggy Harness, 1 Saddles and Bridles, o Lime and Cement, Surriesand Buggies Two-row corn Planters, Cook Stoves and Ranges and all kinds of Hardware. Our business has increased every year. We attribute our success to three n things; Honest Goods, Small Profits and o o courteous treatment, Olive & Walker, Marion, Ky fl-T- " "' tm THE CULPRIT? By SALLY MENDUM. Copt right. IJI0. by Aiiiri(rfn rre (.Ml lull J All (Vteravllle tvas rliitu with the , murder of Tim Mcaxhcr. mi old who lived nluue in hN cot tit ye on the outskirts Of the town Milter, the hem I i of a detect he (Inn I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 March 1910

iftftftftftAftAftftttAMA to.rrn 1 w . toys' Mb I 2.00 X.J' 4 and VJLlSf 1 V.f V T Marion Mr.s. Grace Long and daughter, he Breeding Chance ounty. c by l 0, Bil 'cnt i quarter in 3B seconds at a 9 years tenuir.ky Limited to twenty mares. JOE GLOVER Milling MARION, KENTUCKY. Judge Stevens of Salem, spent March 17. Judge Mnhan,'a few (,nys ,ust week ,ookinK Henrv RnmHtoi m,', over his sheep ranch in this I White and Miss Edith Beard are .. on the sick list and under the " wiiitxMirst to plant corn : care of the doctor. Farmers are making things hum these prett spring days. Then there's of Berry Ferry, were the guests t0 fthouJ caUftC;. i. . i . , . ., i trouble, lm of appetite, in of friends in this section last nt!rV()UsnesH, dependency, i week. .lames Mahan made a business iAUdTnS:'::'110 " ' last week. ir rt.riixa MTir, rir ntiinc and wmrie aiavion oi uamnion ;jrr;,:.c .Tvi? ;.;; bi,h;4 . wnh lhe Kl,cst of J-' " Hroust(ir hprKdfor your hoM.ik nxt dm and family last week. :rtZ"Jr;r"n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 March 1910

i ,TTl'. f,' ,,. JJiiMSWMpPi(j IK w m I fi II vr5 v fJ, m k zrszj Our We SPRING NEWEST OFFERINGS H FINE CLOTHING The Swellest Suits of the Season Are Here YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Smart and Nobby-Cut on the Newest Models, Showing the New Style Clothes Patterns to Suit all Taste-The Coats are Right The Pants Match Them. Best of Clothes Newest Colorings At the Saving Price. BCU CLOTHES Made like the all the New Clothes and Colorings Mothers buy your boys suits from us and he will be dressed right and you'll save money ' Men's and Boys Hats and Furnishings In all the Right Styles and Fads Neckwear -Collars -Shirts TO Suit and Fit All Spring I 4' 11 FOOTWEAR m :1 Ladies Ties for Spring wear in PatentsGunmet J Am 439 nr yAtr' alxThe snappy shoe for you-' we fit your ieet. Men's shoes in all Leather SLIPPERS AND PUMPS FOR GIRLS IN ALL LEATHER. SHOES AND LOWCUTS FOR BOYS IN ALL LEATHER Come to us for shoe values We are showing the good kind of Shoes, AND THE PRICE IS LOWER THAN YOU CAN GET GOOD S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 March 1910

-O, TOBACCO CANVASS "5 ANY QUALITY 5W bi I) S. Babb of Piney, was in t. ah Saturday. Win. Hogue of Glendale. was town Saturday. It L. Towery of Shady Grow, as here last week . L Winstcad of DcKoven. as here Friday. r M Woodard of Itardwoll. u is in town Monday. II l Stomhridge of Iron Hill, m in town Saturday. 1 1 J, Green of Dycushurg, at-i ded court hero Monday. IjW. W. Moneymaker of Mux- was in town Saturday. It L. Howerton of Repton, is m town trading Saturday. I W. Tosh of Shady Grove, is i!) town trading Saturday. M. Clark of Salem, was ving with friends here Satur- M. and Mrs. T. II. Fanner of i .u Tribune, we.ro in town Saturday. Kf Summers of Eldorado, III., s been the guest of Riley S .ilker at the .s i rings. Morris and Travis give their Kr grocery opening here Satur-i a April 19. ' there. W K. Dowell, a prominent 'icn of the good town of Tolu. 4 t that day. WK - " AamimmMmMMmimmm(hMMmMM&mMMhiM LOOK ! LOOK ! LOOK HERE!! - - ----. - -W W - - - - -.- IS gg. Easter comes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 March 1910

ff i A J r i HIS ROMANCE, 8 SANBORN OARRAH. ICopjrlcht. til by Ar rJn lrei Ao cUtlon Jack Conover was a city boy and the Ron ol a .plumber Jack -.it yreat many novels I.i .-! .n ii.- wild wed and became imbued i .-.'re to mingle In Mm exclUin; srur of that region. Ho year old when bis father InI am) left lilrn $20. I WW Jack ui oImc set about obtaining a realization of hN boyhood dream, i (Joins to Artzoii.i, lie purchased a ranrh ami been mi a sheep raLcr The ranchman continued to nmd tales and longed f.r a chain e either to UHI a few dozen IndUius or rob a razfnuli Hut the I ml Una were no longer then to lie Willed, and the stagecoach had giveti place to other methods of transportation. Not meeting with ud ventures nnd waiting for sheep to multiply being an uucx citing occupation. Jack grew lonely lie wumed for come young woman to keep him vomiKiiiy as hU wife. One day. while riding over his broad acres insisting his herds, looking up fiuddenly be saw a speck in the far distance. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 March 1910

N Wfrr ; T i ' ,r ftf$fMftfftfftfft t,H -C O st ORME'S DRUG STORE We keep for our large trade, fresh, clean up-to date goods in every line and keep the largest varied sfock to select from in all this end of the state. My show cases are full of the complete&t line to be found anywhere and then too of that that pas you to buy. The best you know is always the cheapest. Come in when you come to Marion and look at this big line and if you fail to see what you want, call for it as it is impossible in such a stock to exhibit everything. Our goods are good and our prices right, and we ask that you come end look U r yourself, MASURY'S PAINTS The season of all seasons, Spring, is the time for building, repairing and beautifying the home and to do this you need to use the best paint on the market. We have it. It is Masury's. It goes further, lasts longer and looks better than any paint known. The best painters know Matury's to be the best for every reason. You can buy it in any color and q...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 March 1910

1" I . ' ItT' -. --'-''' " (9 (?J w 0ijr v -.. r fit rti GRAND OPENING! MON. MARCH 21st. i on are invittru, tu ue present at tne opening oi our V NEW Cl'.Oi'ERY STORE. March 21st. 19.10. at S:0O o'clock. fiL e will have the fullest Mine of fresh groceries ever opened to the people of Marion and vicinity, ovety article . . . ! i t tut f y ill - a Olive Sills farm. I T.. l.u . 4nlM nivA i l n Absolutely JJures Ei. ' vl,V Royal Baking Powder Improves the flavor V' and adds to ihm ' healthfulnoss of the food ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure rfT J itecK' 3fl Mrs. Florence Fowler and naunoK luuacw u.c uiui:.,y were the q R of the dey. ButIer an(, fami, of Crittenden C. H. Wiggins left Saturday Springs neighborhoodi Saturdav for parts unknown. and Sunday. Miss Femehne and Crett.e d" Carson GfIbert .g lhe Wiggins visited Vicksburg father of a fine ffirl baby. day to see the big river. ; Walter Worley has been visit- G W. Asher of Scott chapel,jngfriendsfn ths vdnity (,ur was here Wednesd...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 March 1910

r:w. , . j't.cv ' i i ii i ii ii i fir TMiirffra nr jnrTTTrrr nmiwi phi m 'a lYi.ftrw'di vri unnx?jji i i i i 'mm n ijm mtm ihiim n a i i.fciwiw i i mi ' iw mm i rml 'S.V.JWf fl X II '' IB I ! i III II I I llllfc MIIIJI lilllll ii il ! I MM IMIll Mil mmAmmmmmmmamamaammmmmaMams wife' I am dying", when he fell to the floor, expiring in hut a few minutes. He a man loved In every one and one of the most prominent physicians in the county. .SPRING 10 AND 32 1-2 PER YD JO AND 12 1-2 CHL1CO 5C PER YARD BIG LINE OF FROM 6 1-2 TO 1 5CT.S. ABERDEEN CHEVIOT PER YARD. .SEE OUR LINE oF EMB.. AND LACEJ AT 5, 7 1-2 AND J OC. COR.5ET COVER EMB.. 20CTS PER YD. OUR 25C TOWELS ARE HARD TO BEAT. TEE 2.00 in town. A 25CMATTING FOR. 2 J 1910. They are Good. WHo Do WE HAVE HEAPJ OF ,5?LENDID SEE OUR $ J 5.00 YOUNG ABLE MATERIALS, Do NOT BELIEVE BECAUSE MEN'.S JUITJ. WE MAKE THE FOLLOWING PRICE-5 ON OUR NECK TIE FOR GOOD.S THAT THE QUALITY 1,5 NOT GOOD. 25C AND 50CTJ P, SsA dorit have to charge you anythin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 March 1910

l?' Zffty. , iZ H ?. i .'' ','.: T 1 1 K B 13 S T SPRING OPENNING OF EQUISITE YOl'RMONKY I 'OK VOli Til 13 MWNEY MILLINERY, T II 13 B 13 H T o o i FRIDAY, THK LATKST SYTLKS WE ARE MARCH 18TH9 YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO A VIEWING OF THE APPROVED FASH- IONS, STYLISHLY MADE FOR A CRI I ICAL TRADE. I have as complete a millencry line as can be found anywhere for you to select from and feel sure that a visit to my store on the above date will convince you of this fact. MAIN SALES LADIES; M SS MA -GIE MOORE MISS MAMMIE LOVE. IOC Prices:- Clover Seeds, all kinds Timothy, Red Top, Blue Grass, Seed Oats, Wire Fencing, Roofing of all kinds, Oliver Chilled Plows, Cultivators, Mew Ground Plow, Disc Marrows. Wagon and Buggy Harness, 1 Saddles and Bridles, o Lime and Cement, YOUR MONEY FOR THE BEST MRS. Z. E. LOVE. 8ALKM ST., NKXTTO METHODIST CHURCH, MAJUION. KY, xo HEADQUARTERS - Surriesand Buggies Two-row corn Planters, Cook Stoves and Ranges and all kinds of Hardware. Our business has increa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 March 1910

t " YJ iTJ PT4C2: r.js, " .: 1i - B.." - r r mm&tmmMbMstmbm(MmtMmim6 ifi?) Marion S ' 'V- IWARI, KENTUCKY. Three better bred horses never made the season together in Caldwell County. UNION MADE Boys' Shoes $2.00 and $2r5D fast Color L r. VV. L. Doufir. hoe are th'e lowett I price, qur.litv considered, in the world. J Their excellent Myle, easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of other makes. If von Imva. Imn nsu.nn - MESSAGE 5022 NOW Salem. Judge Stevens of Salem, spent March 17. Judge MahanJ" w days last week looking Wn,-v Rm,,Bt.. t,.c v I over his sheep ranch in this ..vui.. ..... ..,.., W , , White and Miss Edith Beard are on the sick list and under the care of the doctor. Farmers are making things hum these pretty spring days. Mrs. Grace Long and daughter, of Berrys Ferry, were the guests of friends in this section last week. James Mahan made a business trip to Berrys Ferry last week. Charley Slayton of Hampton was the guest of J. ' H. Brouster high prices for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 March 1910

. En :?' ?. 5v - tf I F?7 s - J .r f .! "n riifli 3T'' i1 gl .-7 'X?. : CSfcHS -V i , " r T A w: Xo?y vSi A, "I i - j ? ' :V 1 SO? 7 'J3i l i V3 I vSs - T VkTi.. 1 Off vSKS i - - ' C r prBY? WMfo .'. . fFi Ulvlfr r,LCTO.ir., i5g; mmm$ m m t aAlKA'J 5a SPRING NEWEST OFFERINGS IN FINE CLOTHING The Swellest Suits of the Season Are Here YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Smart and Nobby-Cut on the Newest Models, Showing the New Style Clothes Patterns to Suit all Taste-The Coats are Right The Pants Match Them. Best of Clothes BGU CLOTHES Made like the all the New Clothes and Color- ings Mothers buy your boys suits from us and he will be dressed right and you'll save money Men's and Boys Hats and Furnishings In ail the Right Styles and Fads Neckwear Collars-Shirts TO Suit and Fit All Spring west Colorings At the Saving Price. FOOTWEAR $ km- 6- ? - : I fvtf L m Ladies Ties for Spring wear in PatentsGunmet abThe snappy shoe for fit your feet, Men's shoes in all Leather H SLIPPERS AND PUMPS FOrt GIRLS IN ALL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 March 1910

TOBACCO CANVASS ANY QUALITY Whwmwm D. S. Babb of Piney. was in town Saturday. Wm. Hogue of Glendale. was in town Saturday. R. L. Towery of Shady Grove, Was here last week . W. L. Winstead of DeKoven. was here Friday. F. M. Woodard of Bardwell. was in town Monday. H. R. Stembridge of Iron Hill, was in town Saturday. G. J. Green of Dyeusburg. attended court here Monday. Geo. W. Moneymaker of Mexico, was in town Saturday. R. L. Howerton of Repton, was in town trading Saturday. J. W. Tosh of Shady Grove, was in town trading Saturday. W. M. Clark of Salem, was mixing with friends here Saturday. ATr nnil Mn T TI of ties and attension than all the other stock in Marion that day. WJMe ' V-' ' W-WJ . tj vM,f'f T - ,t LOOK! LOOK! LOOK HERE! Easter comes early this year, and we are prepared right now, with the Prettiest and best things for the Easter Trade that has ever been shown - in Crittenden county. 3? z sr C) HAND TAILORED SUITS FOR MEN The "Nifty" up to the minute kind. RIGHT HERE, RIGH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 March 1910

HIS ROMANCE. By SANBORN DARRAH. IClp rtnllt . lJO l A I lltlll'l I'H'SB AM- elation ) .lack Conover was a cltj boy ard the hon of si pliriilii'i. .lark ' i irroat many novels "ii i. wild west niut imbued v. -.'re to mingle In H oltintf si I'lics oi that region, lie i- tlin' .venrs old when 111- 1 ;Ik'I iluil and left hitn S-0. 000 Jink m about uhtniuln;: a ri'all? iibiii of hi- boyhood tlroain. Colin; to rlxniii, lu puivhaMMl .1 ranch and became a -hoop raiser The ranchman (outlinicd to icad 10 mantle talc and longed lor .1 limine cither to 1.111 a few dozen Indians or rob a hi:ui'cn,icli lint the Indiana were no longer there to be killed, and the btiiKoeoui h had clveii place to other methods of transportation. Not meeting with adveiituics and waiting for sheep to multlpl.v being an unex tiling occupation, .lack glow lonely He wished for .onng woman to keep him eoni.in. as his ulfe. One dny. hlle riding over his broad acres inspecting his herd!-, looking up wnddenlj he saw a spook ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 17 March 1910

N Wtt? fiiliifFlf "' 'njrit'W5p'ia.;7"T'r. I 45) ORME'S DRUG STORE We keep for our large trade, fresh, clean up-to date goods in every line and keep the largest varied sfock to select from in all this end of the state. My show cases are full of the completest line to be found anywhere and then too of that that pays you to buy. The best you know is always the cheapest. Come in when you come to Marion and look at this big line and if you fail to see what you want, call for it as it is impossible in such a stock to exhibit everything. Our goods are good and our prices right, and we ask that you come end look fvr yourself. MASURY'S PAINTS The season of all seasons, Spring, is the time for building, repairing and beautifying the home and to do this you need to use the best paint on the market. "We have it. It is Masury's. It goes further, lasts longer and looks better than any paint known. The best painters know Matury's to be the best for every reason. You can buy it in any color and qu...

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 March 1910

u I GRAND OPENING- MON. MARCH Thursday Ii" '- "- - - - - " - (7) .M.er Bros, coti'et man will be with us on the above date, displaying the merits of their famous brands. Re y surc ou call for a steaming cup. UP ! 'I 1H Villi Millie llllfl 1 '11 W.-.1 Charlie Harris has llitli ililll. 1- .'Ml I' ,1 moved on Olive Sills farm. Hauling tobacco is the order of the dey. C. H. Wiggins left Saturday for parts unknown. Miss Femeline and Crettie' Wiggins visited Vicksburg Fri-! day to see the big river. G. W. Asher of Scott chapel was here Wednesday. Rass Trail made a flying to Paducah Wednesday. B, B. Dunn is on the sick this week. W. H. Taylor. .J. D. Conn and. s wiitmg. Absolutely iifcM.' Royal Baking Powder improves the flavor e. n Oia ! F. Wrodward, I.e Hoy, X. V. "".''arch -J. 1910. Superintendent E. Jeffrey Travis. Marion, Kentucky, Deah Mr. Travis: - I have your letter of March 1st. I am of the opinion that the last! and adds to the' healthfulncss of the food 'S ROYAL BAKING POWDER Ab...

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