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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 31 March 1910

ET f, m vJW! 16,000,000 POUNDS OF LUMP SPAR firavel and Gruund Fluor Spar Ship ped In the Ust Two Months-Brought $65,000.00. CRITTENDEN COUNTY IS THE GREATEST FLUOR SPAR CENTER IN THE WORLD. 16,000,000 pounds of lump gravel and ground fluor spar has been shipped from Marion and Mexico, Ky., since the middle of January which has brought into this town over $67,000.00, in the space of two months. The demand for fiuor spar has greatly exceeded the supply and there is a splendid chance for investment with large returns for a good company to take hold of some of the properties and develope them. Most of the mining has been done by local capital and as the "Courier Journal" stated in an editoral not long ago, "Crittenden and Livingston counties have large odies of fluor sptfr, lead and zinc ores but are handicapped by lack of capital. A number of capitalists have been in our midst lately and examined our properties and have b.ien sur rised at the extent of the deposit.?. The zinc at Jopli...

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. — 31 March 1910

i i J SftSJftSaXXXKKXXXKXXKXKKXXX w Hardin SUCCESSOR TO H. KEMP x X Keep a sener,..! Lino 2 c rtrtorl fVlnnts. Good Lard. Good 0 " OJICt tlflU ICW jl IVSeat Stfarkst All orders FiMed an J ness and We mean to merit your hand by keeping Goods .:id by fair dealing and Good Treat ft ment. flARDlM x Salem Street, Marion, Ky. x Kx:oKXxx;ft?!:sxKXXXx;ftoKKKk HENRY & ARTISTIC - - PRICES LWU3 LOWEST MEMORIALS IN MARBLE-GRANITE AMD STONE. o - - VVE-ERECT--WORK-ANY-WHERE. We solicit an opportunity to call on you, with our designs and samples. WRITE FOR PRICES. Concrete Bldg, The FOR HIGH'GRADE WORK Marin, Ky. ''tj r When Winter Goes. Whenall the snows and ice of this long winter pass away, and Springtime come to us again with foliage bright and gay, 'tis then the mothers of the land just turn things inside out, to j moke certain that each corner has been ' cleaned beyond a doubt. The furniture and carpets are all put outside to and all the fiojrs and woodwork has been scrubbed and scoured ...

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. — 31 March 1910

BEAD. ' Mile SUHny 'n Her Lliilr P lllny On Her Shoe' She Fills to The Floor (lead. a Mttle past six o'clock Mon- , M.orninjf, tho news spread tnertown that Mrs. .1. li r liad dropped from her , r dead while putting on her, s V she was to all appeanmccs g the best of health, the1 k m her family and friends h.is ci 'cm we diow. aunuay siu vM' v;k SP -': - 1 OL. 31 MARION, CRITv DEN COUNTY. KENTUCKY, March, 31 1910 NUMBER 48 IBS, J. S. HENRY FALLS , 1 au rded Sunday school and were iwssessd than usual. More .hc irch services and visited, bad bills were presented; but -.. s family just across the, fewer bad laws were passed than t,h ,-i to ten o'clock, and even in any other session for many - i.i morning she seemed in ' years. The farmers and - a .sunned good health. iW rlnssra tm mnt nil thnv tm monil services were held i' .( Baptist church Tuesday rr at 10 o clock conducted I Ki M. h. Miller, assisted by - In Bennett with nine minis- -. f the uirioiw churches lend- H.,r presence. Ih-...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 31 March 1910

D .- i I. M i k V , S - .LlKlH -v.. , ,x S- '7 1 W Bflf w IKi Mr SPRING NEWEST OFFERINGS !. 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. BOYS 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 Our Spring See our Remnant Department ITS A NEW ONE AND FULL OF THE BEST MERCHANDISE AT 1-3 REGULAR PRICE FOOTWEAR Ladies Ties for Spring wear in PatentsGunmet JuLd aWThe snappy shoe for you- We fit your feet. Men's shoes in all Leather SLIPPERS ND PUMPS FOrt GIRLS IN ALL LEATHER. SHOES AND LOWCUTS FOR BOYS IN ALL LEATHER Come to us for shoe values We are showing the ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 31 March 1910

T&fttlft&fMf&ffofftfftf f . COME HERE PEOPLE ! tr g QuLJity is what counts in the end, and when you buy a better quality here for the same money you pay for an Si inferior quality elsewhere, you save money v ( and Style Z& PHIVIRllVlFn MTH Pnmfnrt .wvV"r" f and Price ) Lslhc reason of our great mci cum; iii uui anue ihimiius: .SHOES & nYFORHS PLAIN and STRAP PUMPS. O "anyway let us shou you uliat uc have and you will will buy. Mi and Mrs. Harmon Flanary, "I ioiti, is, the guest of D. E. '''i .Hid and family. K. W. Joel Hill was in Mar- ior "I hursdnv. worshiping in the afternoon at the M. E. Church. Mr and Mrs. Birchtield, of IMuih drove are visiting friends Hugh and James Wilborn, Ipiominent young fanners of the l"untrj, were in town Thursday. Mr. unci Mrs. Butler, of Salejii, hiv in town shonuinir. Thurs- l-. Mis. Ollie M .lam luft Thura day to visit her sister, Mr. A. M- tucket at Evansville, Ind. 0 ( nf tVi KtlirtrtK Millmtr Co.. wus in.Marion Thuw Mis. Felix...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 31 March 1910

V- ft 0 KID RIDGE March 21. We are having fine weather at present The farmers are busy preparing for their crops. Mr. and Mrs. Postleweight visited Mrs. Celia Tabor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson passed here Thursday en route to Crayne. The singing at Dr. Cook's Sunday night was enjoyed by a large crowd. Ernest Brown left Monday for Missouri. The Bradford brothers has been hauling logs this week. Henry Tabor and Elmer attended prayer meeting at Crayne Wednesday night. Many people in this section are on the sick list. Mrs Becky Holman is serious ill. Look out for a wedding soon. Susie Teer and Gertie Jones returned home Sunday from Willson. The party at Mr. Montgomerys was enjoyed by all who attended. The music at Watson Bolster's was enjoyed by a large crowd. Wishing the Press and the writer good success. A HARD STRUGGLE. Many a Marion Citizen Fmd the Struggle Hard. With a back constantly aching, With distressing urinary disorder, Daily existence is but a struggle. No need to ke...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 31 March 1910

T The flavor linger. The aroma lingers. 'J. ho jlr iuro Ungorn. 0U ' 1 llncor ovor your f ory cup of CHASEG SANBORN'S -Seal Brand" Coffee. W m. mlUEflsBHsBH I .Inirs column. Previous v a riniTie 'vjtn, J Baked Bread, ? Biscuit, Cake, Pastry. ym Fresh,Tasteful, Health L ...i i..en made of 900 hoirs. considered, unanimously ap tal M.7L ' HmK'.V .2. - 2.105 "hI'iI as representative S 7 SSSMSBI proved hy your tommitlee. Supplementary to his reiort of previous sales ManaKer miiou tendered your Committee sitions of purchase for all the ful, and Economical when made with No Alum No Ltmm VUi Baking bii.ti,it ItowDOt Royl is tlife oily baking poivdcrmadc m OI 4 a". Irom oya P . .m v r i.. ... . remainder of the Association's .and inspect it before paying the holdings (2.405 hotheads strips) full amount of the purchase ,.r tint inns tnlififrn. Aftnrson. nnce. Within the next lour lously and exhaustively consider-. week your Committee can iiitf the )roposmons maoe uii"iw;i) mc bau im. (Associa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 31 March 1910

w Rfifllidy Flir I80'10 lnc,ude 3 4 acres of' Water Streets; thence with Third I meanders N. 18W.70 poles N. Weak Bowels liAinain your case in s. letter and he will renlv in vou In detalL DvCUSburg, T tne free .utnnle nlmnlv .n .,.. ... . . 10 o'clock a. m., and 2 o'clock, p. m., at the. Court House door in Crittenden county, Kentuckx. expose to PUBLIC SALE to the highest bidder, the following property or so much thereof as mayb e necessarv t o satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and costs, the following described property, to wit: FIRST PIECE:-Bounded and described as follows: Beginning 6 14 poles from the mouth of a slough on a stake corner to C. Bennet's acre of ground ; themce with his line a northerly 25 polfs Io x s ta k:e. another corner of Bennett; thence paralk d with the river 6 14 poles to a stalco; thence to a stake on .an): of the river, being at r ght angle with first line: thence up the river to the beginning, containing one acre more or less. Also the following: Begin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 31 March 1910

10,000 POUNDS OF LUMP SPAR am! lirutiiiil fluor Spar Ship-In the Ust Two Months drought $65,000.00. WIN COUNTY IS THE IIIIIKSPAKCENTERINTHE WUHLO. imn hm) nounus 01 lump Ki I ground lluor spar has iid from Marion and k si not the middle of liich has brought into $(57,000.00, in the d months. The nr Ihior spar has great- ulcd the supply and thorc 1 chance for invest- , law returns for a iMiiv to take hold of fli projHjrties and i' Most of the 'urn done by local l as the "Courier s'ated in an editoral , a,r, "Crittenden and counties have large ' iur sprtr, lead and . t are handicapped by ,'al A numlwr of iNohecn in our midst j iMiimtiod our prop- . b"n sur rised the deposit. .it Joplin, Mo., ' "i per cent and the r ir ty while from the 'nine at the "Old a faking a carload as i' ' tn no sorting ol the Jl 1 2 per cent to the ir i - r lour i eel oi inc vien . t . m 41 1.fcM .l. ft a !.. 11,1 ' Ul II tvi CUIll III UIU T"s property is to Ihj i ,- i uiiipvu mui ;i ;.:iu v . i ' i r at c nee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 31 March 1910

T ;A ! Hardin Bros, 1 SUCCESSOR TO R. H. KEMP PRICES M.WU3 LOWEST FOR HIGHGRADE WORK We solicit an opportunity to call on you, with our designs and samples. WRITE FOR PRICES. 94 UCi . cvy V iJ 31 U X. iy 1 5 Keep a general Line of Staple and Fancy X Jt Groceries. Good Meats, Good Lard, Good K J Coffee jnd toe Bo it and Cleanest JJ r v Meat Market in the County All orders Filled and Delivered With Prompt- f ncss and accuracy We mean to merit a liberal patronage at x your hand by keeping a fresh clean stock of JJ Goods jnd by fair dealing and Good Treat J ment. m HARDIN BROS. (ft ? 5 $ S $ HENRY & HENRY $ . $ ' i ' ARTISTIC MEMORIALS IN MARBLE- GRANITE AND STONE, o VVE-ERECT-WORK -ANY. WHERE. X k Salem Street, Marion, Ky. k kx:5:X"""J:?:kxxxxk;:XXXXX x Concrete BSdg, Marin, Ky. $ . ', S, -- Wdei Wlster iw$. I Whenall the snows and ice of this ' long winter paps away, and Springtime come to us again with foliage bright and gay, 'tis then the mothers of the land just turn things ins...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 7 April 1910

&tt4 ifTf ' ;"v v";'"'t' J" i? 5''" '-"'' ;" hv BIS7 "i"-i V SC9 w 12 I. I r I 4 A ei!i,elg t3fr,dfcy 1 K H H Ill ' 11 'H fam Mtmtfo ff $L rtL l IL 31 N MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, April, 7 1910 NUMBER 44 DcriTit (ilomal ai at eDinrifVfo unnuLu on MMIMG DISTRICT ASSOCIATION AD WHITING DOWN TO A CIRCUIT COUKT ADJOURNED WILLIAM ASHEH PASSES TO OLIVE AND WALKER ARE AUDITORIUM MEET REAL SCIENCE WEDNESDAY HIS REWARD. IN THE LEAD tfr . rcr? - : Li. M-1 ;S s ' Friday Night, April 8th, Mr. Marcus Goldnamer of Vanderbllt University. On the above date Mr. Marcus Goldnamer, a bright graduate of Vanderbilt University, will entertain the people of Marion at the School Auditorium. He is one of the most brilliant young men in Western Kentucky and as he is from our neighboring town, Princeton, we would urge the citizens of Marion to greet him with a full house. Mr. Goldnamer has placed the A Recital under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church. He will be assist...

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. — 7 April 1910

A. X X o p' & TJf: T-I. . HI " . l '"&: SUCCESSOR TO R. H. KEMP Mrs. N. E. Calmes visited friends at Sturgis Monday. Mr. C. E. Dowell of Tolu. was in town Monday. J. T. Stewart of Piney was in town last Sunday. M. Schwab ieft Sunday for points north Rev. Thompson filled his at the Presbyterian ch'Tch Sunday. Ilrs. Zed E. Earnett of Toll, returned Sunday from a weeks vMl to Princeton. Hi. il W.)odon o." ( l'eemilly. V. : l l i 110 .' 1 : .; ;.. - mmkkkkkkkkkk:kkkkx;:kkkkkkkm m. a ia aaa ' r Hardin Bros. BUILDERS OF ARTISTIC MEMORIALS IN MARBLE- GRANITE AND X A. L. Berry, a prominent insurance man of Sturgis, was a X Keep a general Line of Staple and Fancy K Groceries. Good Meats. Good Lard, Good X Coffee and the Best and Cleanest Meat Market in the County x STONE. W WE -ERECT-WORK- -ANY- WHERE. PRICES ALWAYS LOWEST FOR HIGH GRADE WORK ff We solicit an opportunity to call on you, with our designs and samples. w WRITE FOR PRICES. ConcrctcBId, Marin, Ky. Local Happenings Told in...

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. — 7 April 1910

h. tV l ivT ;. Sheriffs Sale, By virtue o f Execution No. 195 directed to me, which issued from the Cherk's office of the Crittenden Circuit Court, in favor of E. H. James, Hendrick, Miller & Marble against W. S. Dycus and F. B. Dycus, for the sum of Dollars and cents, I or one of my Deputies, will, on Monday the 11th day of April 1910, between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m., and 2 o'clock, p. m., at the Court house door i n Crittenden county, Kentucky, expose to PUBLIC SALE to the highest bidder, the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiff's debt, interest and costs, the following described p rope r t y to-wit: A parcel of land on the waters of Livingston Creekand and bou nded as follows: Beginning on a black gum, corner to the Old Tisdale survey thence N. 64 V. 54 poles to a black oak, thence S. 50 W. 13S poles to an elm in a sink; thence S. 42 E. 226 poles to a dogwood, post oak and two black oaks as pointers, corner to the old D. T. Ben...

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. — 7 April 1910

v?S Ei i place again. To our correspondents we desire to say that most of them are now signing their names and sending in good, newsy letters, and while it is true we are forced to leave many of them out this week, it is because we could not help it. Dont let this discourage you just as we have you in line and from nearly every neigh-1 '"hoed. The Evanille Courier's souvenir edition, published Sunday. March 27. celebrating its sixty-fifth anniversary, is a superb newspaper. It consists of 72 pages. In this edition The Courier fully sustains its reputation as one of the most enterprising and resourceful newspaaers in the country. The Courier is the favorite metropolitan paper in this part of the country, and goes into nearly every home in southern Indiana, western Kentucky and Southern Illinois. Recently, at the request of a Democrat we made known the fact as was handed in by him, and he is a good man and means well, that out of 24 petit jurors sequently it developes, (so we are told...

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. — 7 April 1910

y lffi$r0''1ftilr(H$s?'lif"l - t. '.W! Ii I COME HERE PEOPLE! " I iV X ir Quality is what counts in the end, and when you buy a. better quality here for the same money you pay for an; -3$ inferior quality elsewhere, you save money j Jk Quality f and Style COMBINED WITH Comfort land T Price K tli p. rpai;nn nf our great ll increase in our shoe basiness SHOES OXFORDS & PLAIN and STRAP & PUMPS. -) "anyway let us show you 33 what ue have and you will will buy. Do you want to see the Best, Prettiest and Cheapest line of Spring and Summer Dress Goods ever shown in the county nu right COME HERE Newest weaves and patterns in Woolen and Silks. Bengaiine, Cottelle, Belmar Poplins, the prettiest and best unsh goods ever sold at 25 Cents per yard. Carpets, Matting, Rugs and Druggets Lace curtain Swisses, window shade Spring Jack ets, and Wash Suits are here Marion Sunday afternoon taking is located three 'our anrls back tor schoo . mile from Siloamj Mrs. Brantley of near Cave church and...

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

h u f Sheriff Sale's. By virtue of Execution No IDS, dhected to me, which issued from the Clerk's office of the Crittenden Circuit Court, in favor of Thos. J. Flournoy, executor of P. H. Darby deceased, against Mrs. M. A. Cassidy for the sum of Dollars and cents, I, or one of my Deputies, will, on Monday the 11th day of April 1910. between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock, p. m., at the Court House door in Crittenden county, Kentucky, expose to PUBLIC SALE to the highest bidder, the following propel ty or so much thereof as may i e necessary t o satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and costs, the following described propertv, to wit: FIRST and described as follows: Beginning (5 1 1 poles from the mouth of a slough on a stake corner to C. Bcinet's acre of ground; thence w Ith his line a northerly um 26 poles to a s t a k:e, a. ther corner of Bennett, thence with the river (5 1 4 poles t" a stake: thence to a take on the bank of the river, being at right angle with first line...

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

-1 i i i d The flavor lingers? i ss The aroma lingers. The pleasure lingers j& TOU will linger over your v flavory cup of Ci CHASE 6 SANBORN'S "Seal Brand" Coffee. o iisficflaRi Si JfflfifKBK for sale-two good work horses, two colts, a lot of stock, hogs, a lot of corn, good wagon and farm impliments. Call at once. L. S. Hard, Marion, Ky, A SMOOTH SKIN. Black Heads, Chaps, Pimples, Sores and all unhealthly conditions of the skin are unsightly and detract from the looks. Buy a box of Dr. Bell's Antiseptic Salvo, a creamy snow white ointment, apply as directed and your skin will be as dear as a babe's. At all dealers in inedicines. a 1. J. H, NIMMO, with WATKINS' MEDICINE COMPANY. of WYNONA. MINNESOTA, Proprietor of articles including pure flavorings, spices, etc. OFFICE CORNER COURT AND SALEM ST. Every Article Guaranteed. Telephone orders delivered and appreciated. sii74"f? T'W" y 4 WE WILL GIVE AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE ONE NICe rlOOSlER SiiTQnEli CABINET : K To show our appreciation...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 7 April 1910

Federal Jury to Follow Up Case Against TaSacco Grev:;;:. TWELVE INDICTMENTS FILED Cne of the Men Accused Before S'le Federal Grand Jury at Covington la a Kentucky State Legislator, and It Is Said That Some Are Members of the Board cf Control of the Burley Society Night Riders Are Now to Come In For an Investigation, and It Is Said That Interesting Developments Are Expected. Cincinnati. Twelve men of Drj Kldge. Ky one of them a member of Hit- legislature, have been indicted on c hnrgufe of conspiracy In restraint of trade by the special federal grand jii in Covington investigating of the Hurley Tobacco society. They are: John S. Steers, state legislator; Harry Simpson, A. J. Webb. J. S. Carter. Much I.. Conrad. F. K. Conrad, R I. Conrad. J. W. Calender. John Caldwell. William Mulligan, Marion Bet nett and Isaac X. Conrad. All are said to be members of the Hurley Tobacco society. Three counts are named in the Indictments, which allege that on Xov. 20 1907. W T. Osborne attempted to sh...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 7 April 1910

lo li iNt IT l' H If .1 Li ,ts be i fnjoyable affair and I .... ...Ml .: n Imol Wr ' .S 'I Will IIIIOO MV' Iws mm la School at Hebron every hila Morning. I-, ,i Clement spent last h reaiatives in d. ,lrs I O Paris who has been Iwith 'he fever several uays ble to lhup. r and Mrs. W. B. Nation lited Mr and Mis. Hayes !o . iriila. l arKi rrowd attended the gir.K at Jesse Watson's Sat- . , ...i.. . '.'Kill. ,n .-.. w. !,( Kirk and family visited fatf Jim Kirk at Colon lt,nla and Sunday. Daughtrcy nnd family Art at Roliert Barnes Sunday. i .idii ; arid Brownie Franks T 4 MHnt several days last hK . , r. r. rratiKiin. Ihl ( N!K as in '. M.5V t . roa, t ! in s' Sat ,rdav. Mrs 4th i Mr jrd elt . Jr', N thi Jnia Mr. V( Mr. I' Mar Mr par - Ken Cave in -Hock Katie Lynn and Ada l Miss Minnie Paris i,i' and wife visited in ' ' Sunday. M I Ihivlkeld and family, 1 a . Fork, spent Sunday t' M .trul Mrs. Jerrv ' ha' u and Ben this "? and prosperous. Hardin of section on 'no. Guess and Miss .ss, of T...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 7 April 1910

: I' A uFBW. -: - r j .. .,. , JKk 1 -1 ' , T '. 4 t. T,T' " (!. BBW:. 3 I" S aiJBHBUI. ' - v v ";,- ,.,,v ,"?"' . .VLlTTiT" - " - - v)1 ',' - 'JC wt'Nv J- "M- -. g Hardin Bros. g SUCCESSOR TO R. H. ts Keep a general Line r of Staple and Fancy C Groceries. Good Meats, Good Lard, Good Coffee and the Best and Meat Market All orders Filled and Delivered With Prompt- ncss and accuracy We mean to merit a liberal patronage at your hand by keeping a fresh clean stock of Goods and byfair dealing and Good Treat ment. I HARDIN 5- g . .. . ix K OfllCm otrCCt ' IVIflriOn ' IVY. 5 X XXXXXXXXXXSXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ! I HENRY & 1 ARTISTIC MARBLE 8ffl 1 I . (S 'l .V.'J-'A .- .r ? PRICES ALWAYS LOWEST V We solicit an opportunity to call on v you, with our designs and samples. w WRITE FOR PRICES. Concrete Bldg, Marin, Ky.f Local Happenings Told in Short Paragraphs County News Items That Are of General Interest to Our Local Readers. Mrs. N. E. Calmes visited friends at Sturgis Monday. Mr. C. E. Dowell...

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