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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 16 June 1910

V A T Tvt, d?Z&: aam 4MtMMMM ibiiiml in ES AT COST . HUII mj Tor i will and as 3 need corr.ing qilok if 'for sell cheap DON'T 3e H, Near the I. C. East BelSvilleSt. Local Happenings Told in Short Paragraphs County News Hems That Our Local W. II. Card in of View was in town Monday. W. B. Binkloy of Crayne was in Marion Monday. Lester Grady, James Fowler and A. S. Winston Jr. attended the ball game here Tuesday- N. J. Bishop, prominent merchant and Postmaster of Crayne. was in town Monday. James Writtenberry and M. Crider of Gladstone, were in town Monday. Homer Johnson, a prominent young teacher of Lola, was in town Monday, Mrs. Henry Mitchel of Dycus-burg, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. S. H. Raniage. Miss Mary Lou Wilborn who ! has been the guest of friends at Francos, returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Lucy Davidson of Union, was the guest of Mrs. S. II. Franklin, the first of the week. W. H. Gopher was called to i Marion, 111. to see his mother who is very ill. Marvin Scyster, of ...

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. — 16 June 1910

i ':ips"tji L nW SHjwTyffl1! Ti -ft Ji 8-1 3MEfflBHHBEE8SE5CE535E3w OUT ALE O RME tlMKtHVU For the purpose of closing out my entire stock Carries the Largest Stock of of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats and line of Pants, I will, Pine Drugs. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Wall beginning June the 9st 1910, offer goods at the following Paper and School Books in Western Kentucky. reduced prices: Cold drinks arc served from one of the finest Twentieth Ccnturj. Sanitary Soda Founts in this end of the State. Thanking you one and ail for join past liberal patronage and soliciting a continuance of the same and extending you a cordial invitation tojvisil mstore. I am ours truly, J- H Main Street Marion, Ky. i.:.H .H.M'um .uimivrLompany nas oeen loyal in your wheat, allowing the farmers the same they would hae received in Evansville, saving them the freight. In return for this we ask you to buy our flour, knowing ; 'he same time you are buying the best. WE SELL FLOUR, ELK AND CROWN BRANDS. BRAN, SHIP STUFF, ...

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. — 16 June 1910

J K MARIONjDlRECTORY. C. L METZ TONSOUAI PARLOR. "Hot and Cti.. i vtiis, Electric 11AS; iK.,11. HOTEL ClUTTKNDEN, Blilg CARLISLI'. bT MARION MILLING CO. INCORPORATED-J. H. OllME, PllESIDENT, D. B. Kevil, Vice PrnsiunNT. A. M. McCONNELL, MANAGER, R. I. Nunn, Sec'y.. and Treas, ( ArAv.ITY, 1(!0 IIARRE1.S IER DAY. LEVI COOK JEWELER. Marion, Kentucky, HAYNES & TAYLOR Prescription Drucgists School Books, Stationery MARION, KENTTCKY Prompt Delivery-Phone No 10 BOULAND & HAYNES INSURANCE flre, i.ifp, accident. steam boiler Plate glass and Casualty. ' 11C Mil 1 S'i OFFICE. GEO. VV. STONE OPTOLMOLOGIST. Eyes Tested, Glasses fitted Most Headaches are Caused by Defective Eyesight. I Guarantee All My WovH to be Exact to Test if you want see, See Me. Office Up Stairs in Carnahan Building, Cor., of Main and Salem Streets Marion, - - - Kentucky. JAS. H. MOORE Attorneys at Law Practice in all the Courts and Court of Appeals. Special Attention Given to Collections. ESKEVV BROS Machinists and...

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. — 16 June 1910

ft OB OX IOC ;ws IOC IOESOE e O o D S .' ' . a4, r " - D MAXWELL PARK S THURSDAY, JUNE 16thf AT 3 O'CLOCK FRIDAY, JUN 17th, AT I O'CLOCK Admission 30E30I A VISIT TO SALEM TUESDAY We Found a Thrifty Set of Merchant and a prosperous town and Community. As our subscription list at OC dry goods, notions, clothing & iPtp Thpv Vppn nhvpnst of the i foremost anywhere. i Rappole & Summers, Dry Goods, etc. are wide-awake chants, solicitors of your trade, and anxious to please you. M. Grissham has one 01 the most complete and modern black j smith shops to be found even in , me larger cuies. ne mis ine I best and most expensive ma- "," . . the'cnineslorsn"nKinB"sene ' ever seen. He also grinds corn, nintinf mpnl . tnr I "" " - D I toll or ten cents per bushel. He has been in the blacksmith and machine business for 40 years. T. A. Monroe is the clever proprietor of the other blacksmith shop and is one of the best Salem is large, considering fact that it is not in our own . ,. county, to...

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. — 16 June 1910

In House. rv.ton, June 9. By the l'l'tnmK majority of 195 , limise tonight passed .savings bank .bill as allied upon by the . aucus of tiio house. s i republican voted , Pleasure on ine nnni t,r in this action the house t 1 19T rejected the demo- , si tute for the bill pro- ihv minority. The vol pc end motions in- tl o d -position of the , u h.uod six hours of t which many . .kiiiocrnts recorded . s i-n the bill of the .ni the substitue sup- 'i, a large portion of the v The large defection L n i democrats was shown i .lemocratic substitute i ( i twenty-one of i g the republicans in .unst the measure. t n i-re opposed to a .rs system of any t a pjl "ncan side Norris if..sta ' insurgent," was , p unoer wno voieu wun Er ,i rats for their )) agreeing to the bill as : n ., the majority oMhe L as a substitute for the le measure, the vote v It . bio. On this vote 26 crats joined the.- ii.jbhcans joined the krr.'s by oting against the bill of the majority: ( North Dakota, Hub-1 a. Umroot of...

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. — 16 June 1910

REPORT MARION ACADEMY 28 YEARS AGO J. Nail and Miss Sue W. Gairelt Were Teachers G. W. Critch- tow tchtor o Bessie Q.rpnlar. Fannie He- rv Willie V.Mhirs Ada Janes r UUMilli' III rc:s As r. o von" o look backward, .vc republish the following school repot t from the Press of Jan. 4. 1SS2, ft elixir sure that many ro wer? th?n i upils. now parents and even sm ..parent?, will enjoy reading it with much even though yeais have passed. In this is a tang list of names, look over them and ask yourself the question: Where are thev and how have they succeeded? FIFTH READER Fannie Blue 90 per cent Hattie Nail SO Geography No 2. Silas Corum 00 Jessie Crowford 00 Geography No 3. Addie Crowford 90 U. S. History "B" Class Mary Hamrsord 100 Myrtle McFee 100 Nellie Dean 100 Flora James 100 Nannie Paris 100 Addie Crawford 100 Zandy Haynes 100 English Grammar Lola HigginbothamSo Composition Nellie Dean Flora James U. S. History Duke Haynes Allie Moore Edgar James Practical Arithmetic Duke Haynes 95 Me...

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. — 16 June 1910

fl WHEN YOU LEAVE HOIV1E DETERMINED TO BUY i)on t let the dealer who handles some inferior preparation, talk j m into buying that "just as good" kind, which bo often proves unsatisfactory. Insist on having the MADE TO WALK ON" kind The kind that won't fade when exposed to sunlight The kind with that I inish that outshines and outwears all others. It's for FLOORS, FURNITURE, AND ALL OTHER IN- TF.RIOR WOODWORK, in all natural wood colors. FOR SALE BY OLIVE & WAKLER ICE Save sickness in your home h buying ice. A uliolc month's ice hill will not cost yon the price of one visit of your family physician. Wc deliver to your home and It is the best medicine you can buy. Be one of our customers. Marion Ice Company. ROY GILBERT, Manager. i The Rexall Store A Mm .if i a k uiaaiH Rexall Remedies. On eg ( for each human ailment. Jv 4 Rcxo Dip and Disinfectant For Stock and Poultry i CIGARS i AND Cold Drinks and loes at our Innovation Fountain Pure, Fresh Drugs for Prescription Work J Come an...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 16 June 1910

r is r R L LJ I CLOTHING VALUES THEY ARE IN A CLASS BY THEMSELVES We have had a big Clothing trade & and we have been left with a iotof ' ODD SUITS-ONE OR TWO OF A KIND. THE NEW STYLE KIND M This season's most attractive a designs. Cut to Fit and Pit to Wear We are closing them out at greatly i vuu uwu pi lJsJ, WE CAW FIT YOU ff& iicr v h up I ViiU JBl w a i To Fit and Suit All That Wear them Peg Top Pants Regular Pants Kinkerbocker Pants M STYLE AND PRICE TO SUIT ALL BOYS LNICkERBOCKER HAND OUR PRICE WILL SAVE YOU A STORE FULL OF MERIT Attractive-Fresh and Seasonable Merchandise EVERY PRICE REPRESENTS FULL VALUE A Dollar Bus More Here Than Elsewhere Take a look and you'll see a house full of goods that ou need CLEAN UP LOTS OF DRESS GOODS SILKS, WAIST1NG, LACES, ALL OVERS, HLAUNCING, EMBRODERIES and seasonable merchandise. We will sell ouwhat ouuantat the LOW PIRCE Rugs, Mattings, Druggets, Carpets, Lace Curtains It when you compare we arc sure o your business. HATS STRAW T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 16 June 1910

c tk r If ft f hT L' ,7 & ! fc E7 w I"""' M ViS?. CLOTHING VALUES THEY ARE IN A CLASS BY THEMSELVES We have had a bis Clothing trade j and we have been left with a lotof ODD SUITS-ONE OR TWO OF A mivin THE NEW STYLE KIND M This season' most attractive gg designs. Cut to hit and Pit to Wear We are closing them out at greatly reduced prices. 1 WE CAW FIT YOU Ipamts To Fit and Suit All That Wear them Peg Top Pants Regular Pants Kinkerbocker Pants M STYLE AND PRICE TO SUIT ALL a RftYS I NirkFRRftPKFR HAIMD OUR PRICE WILL SAVE YOU School at the next session, it seems to be a short-sighted policy upon the part of the County Board to sever its connection with the Marion Graded School. We believe it would be to the advantage of the town and country both, for them to unite in the maintenance of a Common High School, thereby enabling them to employ a better grade of teachers and on account of the greater number of pupils, making them take a greater interest in their studies. The propositi...

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. — 16 June 1910

r ssP' E JHOES 1 AT Tor the 1 will jn. fr J. H. PORTER Near the I. C. R. R. Crossing last BellvilleSt. Marion, Ky. Local Happenings Told in Short Paragraphs County News Items That Our Local i anim of View was in M i'ia . , iiinkley of Cray no was rt Mnndny. ! (imdy. Jntnos Fowler S Winston Jr. attended . game hero Tuosday. Hishop, prominent Postmaster of Crayne, town Monday. - Writtonborry and M. r of Gladstone, wore in Monday. ! II mi- Johnson, a prominent , of Lola, was in Monday, - Henry Milchul of Dycus-is the tzwisl of hermothtr, il. Hamngo. - Mary Lou Wilborn who " -n the guest of friends at - s. returned home Tuesday. - Lacy Davidson of Union, the guest of Mrs. S. II. I kn i. the first of the week. II Coplior was called to '. i . 1 1 III. to see his mother 'X. I very ill. in Scyster, of Smithland, i visitor of Gray Rochester M and Mrs. Loo Rnnkinsandi 1 " .laughter, Cilona. of West-" '."re in the city Monday. m one in need of good brood to be lot on the shares, call "i- addre...

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. — 16 June 1910

i 'jU v ' IHOES AT iff J, H. PORTER Near the I. C. R. R. Crossing last BellvilleSt. Marion, Ky. I Local Happenings Told in Short Paragraphs County Newt Items That Our Local il t amm of Vji'W was in M liinkluy of Crayne was r. Monday. tinidy. Jnmus Fowler v Winston Jr. attended game hero Tuesday. Hishop, prominent Postmaster of Crayne, town Monday. i Writtonborry and M. of Gladstone, were in Monday. II ' r Johnson, a prominent , of Lola, was in Monday, - Henry Mitchel of Dyeus-.- the guest of her mother, " 11. Knmage. - Mary a)i Wilborn who ' ) the guest of friends at x returned homo Tuesday. l.ucy Davidson of Union, Ma- guest of Mrs. S. H. k!1 i. the first of the week. -A II Cophor was called to(j,4n 0f Corydon, who have been . III. to see his tthe quests of her mother, Mrs. ' i very ill. V in Scyster, of Smithland, , i visitor of Gray Rochester I... " and Mrs. Lee Kankinsand ' laughter, Glonr., of in the city Monday. t one in need of good brood - be lot on the shares, call r addres...

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. — 16 June 1910

wye. rV ntiii$?i ypmfmtpv CLOSING OUT SAL J. H. OR8W ti J For the DurDOse of closing out my entire stoi Carries the Largest Stock of of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats and line of Pants, I wil UN Pure Drugs, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Wall beginning June the 1st 1910, oner gooas at tne f( Paper and School Books in Western Kentucky. lowing reduced prices: fc H i k & M ' Cold drinks arc served from one of the finest Twentieth Ccnturj. Sanitary Soda founts in this end of the State.' Thanking you one and all for your past liberal patronage and soliciting a continuance of the same and extending you a cordial invitation tOjvisit mjstorc. I am yours truly. MARION MILLING COMPANY For years these mills are known to have produced the best flour on the market, for which the best and most modern machinery, a good miller and the very best wheat grown, is responsible. It has been admitted by competitors that the reason we can produce the best flour is because Crittenden and the surrounding territory fro...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 16 June 1910

to Wil f( CI I il S lM) .DIRECTORY. I . MtTZ l'UU)lt. iih, Ll.lICTHIC Ml LL1NGCO. 1 -IDENT, J ITIUUDF.NT, 1 , Manager, , ASH TllEAB. I i PER DAY. LLM COOK I u f() V. STONE V Ig CARU9LI1 ST Kentucky. & TAYLOR s Put (.gists , STATIONKHY KKNTTCKY Pho.nm: No 10 A HAYNES I wen i . -TEAM IIOILIJR (Ml Cil'U.TY. "iii oOIST. nm:i Caused by Defect- 'lUarnntee All My . Tent If you want . Me arnnhan Building, ' . I alvm Streets Kentucky. S II. MOORC - t Law urts ami Court of Attention Given to ti'ins. (SMW BROS VSti PltMIIRRS i'cn In ii la"hinrn , Pipe lulling, Packing, gentn for J. I. , Mill And Threshing " ' nery. M. COPHER Tr UES-S!) 1IAKKKY. t nt.A AMI SOFT I INKS Hi i rn Promptly. ' V STKKI'T. vRME DRUGGIST li. Jer In asm aix Paper, II II tIU AND NIGHT. "'S STJH.KT. Ill MUUfACTURING CO tm MnnBgcr V ' MiHsion Furniture. Marion, Ky. M. Ravdin, Limited to I' ' -Ms of the Diseases Ear, Nose and Throat. M ii i Street, Opposite !' ' s Saving Bank. LNil.l.h iNPIANi NDRLL GUGENHEIM COMPANY Dea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 16 June 1910

A VISIT TO TUESDAY We Found a Thrifty Set of Mer- chant and a prosperous town and Community. McDaniel & Co., are prominent dry goods merchant with complete line for their large list of customers to select from. Simpson & Elder Dealers, in 1 (UiU ee mm foremost anywhere. Rappole & Summers, Dry Goods, etc. are wide-awake merchants, solicitors of your trade and anxious to please you. M. Grissham has one of the most complete and modern black smith shops to be found even in the larger cities. He has the best and most expensive ma- "Y3 ," toll or ten cents per bushel. He has been in the blacksmith and machine business for 40 years. T. A. Monroe is the clever proprietor of the other blacksmith shop and is one of the best in Western Kentucky. For thrifty old merchant J. A. Far-i - ;.i rnK',V ,iJ in Milliner of Salem and made popular ris, who has successfully his landings through the kteeps f hne ?f Kds . im.io,.m o,i . that pleases her trade. cva actrii. N. R. Farris &. Co.,...

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. — 23 June 1910

0L32 .id prosperity waving to ii,i- from otf the .'uherland. , thstanding all the re- . striking the noted old m name the following -- houses receiving a nice ( Hcnnett, Dealer in - . . and fancy groceries, . - .ire, Tinware, etc. Also g delightful cold drinks. " lU'niu'tt is a clever gentle- arid a safe business man. U cis I?ro3., havea nice store ' ,11 Staple and fancy Grocer- rars tobacco and post i'.i. They also dispense soft ! s and are enjoying a i I r.ule. A'?oy Bros., are proprietors 'a splendid Dry Goods and are enjoying an trade, won by fair dealing. T . keep a high grade of fine -.! that show a care for their 'r,d that is appreciated. i I). -Jones is proprietor of a Hardware business and is ng a liberal patronage. ('. (Iriflin is owner of a Dry 1 Is business that a first i.s of his neat store is .. nt guarantee that he knows ' - Ho is a clever ' full of for the large trade given V. B Groves has a nice Dry 1 1 . business and for the next Hks will offer special bar r dollar...

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. — 23 June 1910

4 3?n OUR REGULAR WASHINGTON LETTER. Happeaaf s at oar National Capital aad Wkat we may Expect Will Happen. Washington, D. C. June -(Special) -The week just ended has been marked with stirring events not only in the halls of national legislation, but the President, early in the week demonstrated his ability to gauge the temper of the people relative to railroad rate legislation by accomplishing a diplomatic coup against the railroads which has won him no end of praise from all sections of the county. By tact, fair play and good humor Mr. Taft succeeded in convincing the presidents of eastern railroads that an increase of freight rates before the passage of the railroad rate bill would result in litigation on the part of the government which might seriously cripple "the railroads and put a temporary stop to railroad construction and the building of equipment. The representatives of the eastern trunk lines met the President in a snirit of friendliness and after a conference extending ...

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. — 23 June 1910

HAMMER AWAY, YOU CAN'T INJURE IT c IT' HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH Just what you want for your FLOORS, FURNITURE, AND OTHER INTERIOR WOODWORK when they become scuffed and worn. Makes them look like new; in any Natural Wood color desired. LUSTRO FINISH is the only product made in colors that are non-fading, and not affected by sunlight. That tough, elastic Lustrous Finish, "The Made to Walk on," won't come off kind. It sticks to the surface to which you apply it, but not to your shoes, clothing or carpets. ron sale y OLIVE &. WAKLER Save sickness in your home by buying ice. A uhole month's ice bill will not cost yon the price of one visit of your family physician. Wc deliver to our home nnd it is the best medicine you can buy. Be one of our customers. " ICE Marion Ice Company. ROY GILBERT, Manager. 4 The Rexall Store A 4 i f Over 300 Guaranteed ' ItvriUll m 's B I VJ sJm v v r ( for each human ailment. Come and Sec Us HAYNES S, TAYLOR WW FOR SALE One 15 II. P. J. I. Case engine nearly ...

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. — 23 June 1910

K t "! ij. MJ sy7 iLrt i3i i """ k r SCZ?5 S-?1 IP AITS Lrf CLOTHING VALUES THEY ARE IN S CLASS BY THEMSELVES We have had a big Clothing trade and we have been left with a lot of ODD SUITS-ONE OR TWO OF A KIND. THE MEW STYLE KIND This season's most attractive designs. Cut to Fit and Fit to Wear We are closing them out at greatly reduced prices. WE CAN FIT YOU CIje vCnttcnbcn N. E. CALMES Editor nd Publisher. Ent - . nmt'r Febrarygih 1907 at the pottoffice at Marlon, Kentucky, under e Act of Comress of March J. 1879. One Dollar the Year in Advance. The Board of Health have ited "Clean Up" notice over town that should be strickly adhere 1 to. Th only unfavorable attitude of 1 'eral lawmakers and state officials towards the railways and the spirit which would prevent the companies from moderately advancing their charges to offset the increased cost of operation. When the manufacturer is obliged to pay higher pric s for raw material and increased wages he does the only possible thing 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. — 23 June 1910

pi,i ii tu' These macliincs arc bran new and fully guaranteed for 12 months. REPAIRS CARRIED IN STOCK AT ALL TliVlES AVAIL YOURSELF OF THIS OPPORTUNITY AND SECURE A GENUINE BARGAIN. Machinists and Plumbers 20 Votes M I w A. rt at Monday and will ivn Clement for a "f our correspondents fleeted (unthoughtedly )si') on the honor of '. W. Nevill and J. H. h are here as e.- 'he care of fruit trees, h the following letter r Bank. . Tenn.. Jnne U, 1910. ners Banki Marion, Ky. Mrs: This is to certify ! srsG. W. NevillsandJ. I'. Ma" n are well and favorably kr' ' this bank. We have hal .i business transactions ''" "iem in past years and hau mmd them exceedingly pron 1 1 and reliable in meeting n'ri 'bligation. tnderstand Mr. Ne.vuls is j mi r section at this time and we,' i appreciate any courtesy sWn or information given him W n r us jjy jn your cjty Yours truly, C. A. Pakkek, Cashier. CAHD OF THANKS We a ant to ilmnk the irood KqjiIi' of Sisco Chapel for being Mr.il to us during the sickne...

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. — 23 June 1910

!l CLOSING OUT SALE V J. H. ORME For the purpose of closing out my entire stock Carries the Largest Stock of I I ( j Sles, Hats ana r an is, i will, Pure Drugs. Paints, Oils. Varnishes. Wall eginning June the 1st 1910, offer goods at the f0 Paper and School Books in Western Kentucky. lowing reduced prices: Cold drinks are served from one of the finest Twentieth Centur. Sanitary Soda Founts in this end of the State. Thanking jou one and all for jour past liberal patronage and soliciting a continuance of the same and extending jou a cordial invitation to'visil m"storc. I am ours truly, J. Main Street MARION MILLING COMPANY FURNITURE AT COST ICRITTENDEN R. F. Drrr v ill sell 'u fiOOD.BYE. DANDRUFF A CLEAN SCALP FOR EVERYONjeral store. He has a WHO WANTS ONE 0f goods for his Parisian Sage will kill all dandrup select from and tries germ3 and banish dandruff in tvfrhat they want, weukr, or nothing to pay. tQ city has bufc It will topfahn hir or itchti d , acalp in two weeks, or money Inc...

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