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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 July 1910

Ie,f 4 CO TO donnell's Boi FOR Smooth Shave and Mo-date Hair Cut. ut or Cold Baths r Walter McConnell and ' Blanton Wiggins. Jenkins Building Mnriun, Ky. ICE Save sickness in your home by buying ice. A whole month's ice bill uill not cost yon the price of one visit of tour family physician. We deliver to your home and it is the best medicine you can buy. Be one of our customers. Marion Ice Company. ROY GILBERT, Manager. Mtii, 2imt The Rexall Store k A t b i O i t u v c i ovu i Rexall Remedies. One for each human ailment. Jv Rcxo Dip and Disinfectant For Stock and Poultry CIGARS ; Cold Drinks i usui imiuvaLiuii vuinum Pure, Fresh Drugs for Prescription Work Come and See Us HAYNES S. TAYLOR i S w" w FOR SALE ! ()" IIS II. P. J. I. Case engine nur now. One 23 inch Belle-" " Separator and a saw rig. A'l n good working order. Have a,Ml . 200,000 feet of sawing on-Kan A bargain if taken at ni'' Come and sec. ! r. s. Paris, Lola, Ky. NO DANGER In taking Dr. Bell's for coughs nnd colds. It ...

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. — 21 July 1910

-' 05 ' CLEARANCE PRICES ON MENS-LADIES AND CHILDREMS LOW CUTS ALL MUST GO See These Ladies $4.00 and $3.50 Low Cuts 3.00 Ladies $3.00 Low Cuts "2.25 Ladies 2.50 Low Cuts 1.75 Lanies $2.00 Low Cuts .. 1.65 Ladies $1.50 Low Cuts 1.15 1 Lot Mens $3.0 and $2.50 '..Low-Cuts $1.90 TANS- PATENTS- GUNMETALS 1 Lot Mens $4.00 Tan and Patent Low Cuts $3.25 $2.00 Misses Low Cuts $1.50 $1.50 Misses Low Cuts $1.15 $1.25 Misses Low Cuts ?1.00 White Canvass Low Cuts worth $1.50, 1.25 and $1.00 at 50 and 35 cents STAW HATS AT 1-3 Off The Price We give Gold Trading Stamps SThr. (Crittenden N. E. CALMES Editor nd Publisher. Eat -i . uiuer febrnarruih 07 at the poito&ce at Marios. Kentucky, under e Act of Coorretiof March j.iBrs. One Dollar the Year in Adrance. For several weeks Marion has been full of visitors, old people, young people, lads and lassies and of the latter, some of the prettiest to be found the world over. It is commonly known that Marion boasts of a great number of girls just budd...

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. — 21 July 1910

50 Votes MISS M M Marion, Ky., June 16 Record-Press Free Coupon PREMIUM i m Hardin went to Insmess Monday. aT 1.1 " T) I . It rw 1 t n'S MHM J. V.. ivivuua imu st(Ssiit Hlnckford Monday. . rr Jool A. C. Pickens i. Sturgis Saturday on i tv School Supt., E. Ira is was in Sturgis Mori- . i uuda Hedges, of ? ? a few days last week M ss Ina Price. V sso hlizntolh and Vivian ster went to Evansville v .In isit their aunt for a i - j .ini U. Stone and M. B. 1 i stu wont to Repton on ss Monday. v -s nna Haynes returned rrih from an extended -" Incnds at Sturgis. i Mhe C. Moore and Attorney Jno. A. Moore, "i i families arc enjoying n at Hill Springs. .tin .Mrs. N. E. Calmes id services at mil at Hlakford Sun- Ina Price left Friday x.n for Lhicniro. where I'.it :r ! s m this citv for sov iet .u.s Mrs A. Cromwell, nnd r "i Henderson, are the utss i,f her narents. Mr. and 'I 11 M. Cook. Mrs hmma Hayward left h? lav lor Dawson, wherii she l'i 1 spend the remainder of the iw'nnt'r. Mrs. Seldnn Hln...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 July 1910

J v"-., fiV ' '-. ( t .v ,- :- iHiittlinc; Vntpc and vntino Vfttftst That will be the Program with the Contestants for the week St ? ? Who will get the i 4 S & S& 4S f 9 4S 43 I ' $10.00 in Gold 1. - ANNOUNCEMENT- This Premium and Popular Voting Contest will be conducted on strictly honest business principles, with perfect justice and fairness to all concerned. 2.-PRIZES-The grand prize shall be a fine first class Baldwin Piano valued at $400.00. Many other valuable and usefull prizes will be given. 3. -CANDIDATES-Any lady over 12 years of age, married or single, in this and adjoining rnunties is elitrible to a nlace in the Contest. The most popular lady is the one who shall receive the most votes; to her shall be awarded the beautiful Grand Prize. Other candidates to their choice of prizes in order, according to their standing of votes. A- TIF. TN VOTES In case of JS) a tie, the value of the prizes will be equally divided, or a like prize granted to those tying. 5- CLASSES ...

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. — 21 July 1910

-V THE MARION GRADED SCHOOL Trustees Meet and Elect Principal Assistant and Teachersfor Coming School Year. t a meeting of the Hoard of tt'i's of the Graded School Marion, W. H. Yandoll Pros., S". Blue. II. A. Hanes. A. Monro and T. II. Cochran lis; Prof. James U.Synder, ulico, Tenn., was elected ftp.il with popular little J. ll.iwes of Union City Tenn., is able Assistant. , . following corps of teach- - uro elected: Miss Maggie ..f, Eighth grade; Miss Flor- Hnrris, Seventh grade; - K.i Hicklin, Sixth grade; 1 Carrie Gill, Fifth grade; ". Ldith Brewer Fourth gnule; ss hthel Hard, Third grade; M "s Lena Woods, Second grade; M -s Fannie P. Walker, First M ss ('arrie Gill is of the ml Kdith Brewer, is of i i. III. The remaining in all Marion ladies. ' tu selection of Principal i ssistant from a sister . liy the Honorable Board ........... ir.. i 1. 1 no luiiuiiuiii.. tit; miuw t bo men of honor and the best interest of the 1 Graded School of Marion . i art. know full well that aited fo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 July 1910

. w ,'wwn'.. 1 - 'fcffi it . v o; -- - ' Mid-Summer Sale ! AT . CARNAHAN BROS., STORE, MARION, KENTUCKY. The entire stock, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishings, notions, must be reduced to make room for new fall goods. Ten Yds. mFor of CALICO Hope Bleach g( ror CENTS Don't Forget The DATE - BEGINNING SATURDAY JULY 16th No Idle Talk BUT A BONA-FIDE Reduction Sale! Which includes every article in stock, 5000 customers wanted at once. For 10 days Only ! Without limit or reserve Without regard to former cost or selling price this mammoth stock must be reduced within the next fifteen days. Now Don't stop to aslTthe "whys" and "Wherefores" Come and see with your own eyes and be convinced. Look where you will; Read what you Please. ,1.: Ic 2c Saturday, July 23rd 2 p. m., Lawns in all colors and prices at one half the marked price. Mens 15 cents Socks Beginning Saturday, July I6th, I9I0. TEN YDS THINK WHAT THIS SALE MEANS TO YOU Mens 25 and 35 cent values I SHOES TO T...

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. — 28 July 1910

0L3 3 THE FIRST CONTEST COUNT Was Made Saturday Afternoon Miss Addie Maynard Winning the $10. Gold Piece. i in fir.st count in the (J rent I, v id Press Prize Contest was h in the counting rooms of t - Marion Bnnk on Saturday r m, .July 23 by Messrs J. H. oni v, Jeff D. Asher, and r J S Mnxwell. revealing the ., that Miss Addie Mnynarti v,v mi the Ten Dollars in Gold, t . same being presented to her i stnator Mnxwell from the r t door of thu Bnnk nt -1 t , fk in the presence of anum lx f jieople. iur has such interest been , w. in any contest in our y,m Age even nt the close, ns s hrst month of ours. N. n is the time to get busy. ! rand prize belongs to no i 1 1 as a girl just annoucing i 1 win ns ensy ns nny. T e thing to do is to get your fr Is to subscribe now nnd if , si .aid fail to win the grand , r , u have plenty of chances ' si n at this:- On Saturday st 27 a second 10.00 in i , a ill lx? given to the lady i 'g the greatest incrense iH'Aim the first nnd second c t This you ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 28 July 1910

i i HL'iiaf a.'w ll usetckeesi ri 1A' Great Stock Sale The Greatest Public Sale Ever Held !n Crit tenden County. ?JU Property of Dr. J. O. Dixion, Deceased August 9th 1910. At the Breeding barn 1-2 mile from Marion, Kentucky. At his breeding barn, will be offered for sale, Three Jacks; one Stallion; one Shetland Stallion; all of high breeding. Also other live stock and Farming Implements. At His Farm Two-and Half Miles From Tolu Kentucky. AUGUST II and 12 I9I0 Will be all kinds of high grade stock, offered for sale, 42 head of horses from yearlings up; mares with colts; Jacks and Jennetts; Jennetts; with Jack Colts; work mules and young mules; One herd of Shetland Ponies; one amongthe finest herd of Registered Hereford Cattle in the State, also some high grade native cattle; good milch cows; Registered Jersey cows; the best type of registered and Poland China Hogs that could be found; some fine Thin-Rine and Poland China crossed. Farming Implements and Machinery, Such as steam engin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 28 July 1910

iGt jii Jvstx r.l A V, 3 ICE CIGARS 'or txtornitl use? Huvnes & Uhedrunti, ,as this remedy) wants his customers to r'i'l "at It u r,.n. ,mtni.nili.il for Ec I lckhea.N I'imiiles. Dandruff. Pnd other .liHuasos of the skin IP A'ijii i has innilii Hnrni' W curi' .,.! ...1.1. ..--I. ..,. I i. mi null I'liuil fWZEMO HnvncH & Tnvlur will lIW on hkin diseases l'an (ll.ll'riosii v.iiip iwirn l4i turnl m y(Uir own i.nmo with- or!oss of time i"u'.nnu .... .li. -i.... ption, prtime. WANTED r male Short-Horn at ,Tt-. T-'"ht .- - . i Save sickness in your home by buying ioe. A whole 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. AND t r Cld Baths K Walter McConnoll and J lil.mton Wiggins. Jenkins Building I1 lis.e! Marion. Kv. READILY CURED IWSIMHF HOME KEMDY liou rc iiTering from uny from " r 5 aip uicasu, would you 0 tef lirnrmit .,ll..f ....,! I... nap- "' ure...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 28 July 1910

R2 I -y tEf CLEARANCE PRICES ON MENS-LADIES AND CHILDRENS LOW CUTS ALL MUST GO See These Ladies $4.00 and $3.50 Low Cuts Ladies $3.00 Low Cuts Ladies $2.50 Low Cuts Lanies $2.00 Low Cuts Ladies $1.50 Low Cuts 1 Lot Mens $3.0 and $2.50 Low Cuts Cfje Crtttenben N- E CALMES Editor nJ PufetUher. t mailer Febroitj jib 07 at the postjtbc at Marloo. Kentackr. under e Act of Cootress of March, itn. One Dollar the Year in Advance. Roosevelt will be the next President, W. J. Bryan Vice President and Ollie M. James Secretary of State "Hear it" As uncle Billy Joel Hill says. The old Reliable Record-Press, "notwithstanding it is all home print, is not big enough to hold our business, a number of letters left out this week. Bear with us as we are trying to please all of you and give you the best paper in Kentucky. Even two page adds were turned down this week, that will appear next week. Help us with your good will, you can't afford to get mad at us when we are doing our best to be your friend. W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 28 July 1910

MISS 20 Votes ,. . Swan laundry. VI .r ., . r. i , Convention at Dawson It ',t( the week. '.'' Nora Yates, and lt - Misses Allie and Katie, . ' for Tolu, where they l sit fr a month. M' Htnry Copf, of Paducah, Mie tirst of the week with I f ., in this city. V Sarah Blue of Morgan- Ifi ! s the guest of Miss Virg- ! - Mabel Minner has gone f i ..".pMsville, Ky., to spend , with relatives. K. K II. Lindsay, of Hives, T. will preach at Southern Iv, ,, unan church next Sun- ... t .-. ir ... . :.. . ii a. in. ami i;-o . m. A r. united to attend. V- and Mrs. T. F. Harris, of i vwre the guest of Mr. and Mr I. Bennett, the first of t Mvt. v.- and Mrs. Zed A. Bennett. ' I .. were the guests of Mrs. s 'i fin, Sunday. nl". Sue Glenn and Mrs. Zed Irtrr.it left Monday for Daw-s.' a here they will sjwnd a Mr it M. Wilborm. who has his family in this cit lift Monday for Ashland (' Tenn., where he will re-s ,?'!! ins work for the White Sf.'.iK Machine Co. W. II. Summers and wife of Lira.iu', Texas a...

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. — 28 July 1910

H - ,-ct IV ! foJWftfeftftftMftftft'ftft'fc X80QlnPrizes! & The Record-Press Great The 1. ANNOUNCEMENT -This: other. Prer.dam and Popular Voting, Postmasters' and Agents' Contest will be conducted on clons afre ft0 suspend- x. , , . . ed during contest, stnetly honest business No contestant will be allowed pies, with perfect justice and ( to take more than one of the to all concerned. tra Special prizes that we may 2. -PRIZES-The grand prize , offer from time to time. cfcoll 1 ,. n fir firt ol.n RnlfKvin i JUUUih;is ail- IIUl LU it'll tj 1111 t l tlllV. fcJV V.-W - Piano valued at $400.00. Many other valuable and usefull prizes will be given. 3. -CANDIDATES-Any lady over 12 years of age. married or single, in this and adjoining counties is eliirible to a nlace in j the Contest. The most popular laoy is me one wno snail receive the most votes; to her shall be awarded the beautiful Grand Prize. Other candidates to re- the following denominations: New Subscriptions. 500 votes for $...

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. — 28 July 1910

I NUMEROUS FREE ATTRACTIONS That arc New and Novel will hold the Attention of the Crowds THE BIG DERBY RAGE One Mile lor a Purse ot Pour Hundred Dollars, will he run on Thursday. Plenty of Good Ice Water Free To All! FOR SALE Mfd red Polled bulls you $W. to $100. . .!( Ham Lambs from ! Shropshire bucks. $0 i tiHt lambs, and if you 'u had bettor come W. L. Kbn nbdy, Lola, Ky. Jv Of Hoy howl i"ii whore the pie of lo- i ie now ever taste so good 'ired tho pies? No. Its i i'iii the strong, healthy ' tigumus liver, tho active ,r ' r.gular Imwelji of boyhood . ' i 'H i Kxir and you blame ' tint's needed? A complete . Klcctilc Hitters of all or- ' k'et ton Stomach, Liver, I w.N, Try them. They'll 1 ' I " bowl appetite and up- f f'KMl nnd fnirly Maturate ' with new henlth, strength ' '" nt llnyncn & Taylor H irme. REPTON Mr . ' I Mr .Tnlin I. Anno. - r "i s.ille. who have been .i parents at this place t fir Murgis last week to his and will return omt there. ltu .tv rain last week did ar...

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. — 28 July 1910

lr ta .. . S ? .. T- si", ikijki -- "" t' J f t Its easv to reach Tru CWmn Tlf ic tVi nnirV an1 iliiwt lin VH UlC to Texas, through Arkansas. It runs two trains, daily, Memphis to Texas, with through sleepers, chair cars and parlor cafe cars. 1 rains from all parts of the Southeast connect in Memphis with these Cotton Belt trains to the Southwest Low Fares Southwest 5SSi ' j t.mc of wonderful the Pon't vrlte tcxtar Fcivl you a cotol atk 00 Texas and L. C BARRY, 83 SOCIETY. On Monday evening Miss Anna Haynes entertained in honor of Misses Mary Jeannett Bennett of Sturgis and Eugenia Stinsonof Evansville, Ind. The couples invited were a full bakers dozen and having the large lawn and beautiful home at their command, enjoyed the evening from the time they arrived untill the beautiful young hostess served dainties and delightful refreshments and the brewing storn cloud and lateness of the hour called forth the reluctant good nights and the evening passed in their memory as the happiest ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 28 July 1910

IY It f I, J' I t '. r I B A B 0L3 3 i ' V ' t ' sfrjfcf iW (S'tifttnim'SUtJOvb THE FIRST CONTESTlTHE OLD HURICANE Was Made Saturday Afternoon Miss Addie Maynard Winning the $10. Gold Piece. The first count in the Great Record-Press Prize Contest was made in the counting rooms of the Marion Bank on Saturday afternoon, July 23 by Messrs J. H. Orme, Jeff D. Asher, and Senator P. S. Maxwell, revealing the fact that Miss Addie Maynard had won the Ten Dollars in Gold, the same being presented to her by Senator Maxwell from the front door of the Bank at 4 o'clock in the presence of a number of people. Never has such interest been shown in any contest in our knowlege, even at the close, as this first month of ours. Now is the time to get busy. The grand prize belongs to no could win as easy as any The thing to do is to get your friends to subscribe now and if you should fail to win the grand prize you have plenty of chances for others. Listen at this:- On Saturday August 27 a second $10.00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 28 July 1910

Great Stock Sale The Sa c E Greatest SGssiKSsosrr cngft.m. cvraam should vou need a second bottle of you can get it for 50 cents. DENTIST Dr. H. B. Wolf, of Fredonia, will make his next regular visit to Dycusburg on July 25th and thanking you in advance I re- j main Yours very truly, i will practice his profession there Mrs. J. E. Glass. for afew days only. Public ver Held in Crit- i u j jj.. ... II I III Mi I Hi I i'T SJrEkZSIE5KiE IMHEg33SIHNSEKE3ES tpnrt en County. wrww aarCTrnsgriMErr saggaaESgi Property of Dr. J- O.Dixion, Deceased August 9th 1910. At the Breeding barn 1-2 mile from anon, Kentucky. At his breeding barn, will be offered for sale, Three Jacks; one Stallion; one Shetland Stallion; all of high breeding. Also other live stock and Farming Implements. At His Farm Two-and Half Miles From Tolu Kentucky. AUGUST II and 12 I9I0 Will be all kinds of high grade stock, offered for sale, 42 head of horses from yearlings up; mares with colts; Jacks and Jennetts; Jennetts; with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 28 July 1910

V y-a&R$&H i A i A H t UL am Cld Baths Barbers:- Walter McConnell and J. Blanton Wiggins. Jenkins Building Carlisle St. Marion, Ky. SKIN DISEASES READILY CURED BY SIMPLE HOME REMDY If you are suffering from any from of skin or scalp disease, would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use? Haynes & Taylor the druggists has this remedy in stock and wants his customers to know that it is recommended for Blackheads, Pimples. Dandruff, Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp. Zemo has made some remarkable cures and with each purchase of ZEMO Haynes & Taylor will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your own oase and be cured in your own home without any inconvenience or .'oss of time fim business by this clean, simple preparation. WANTED Young male Short-Horn at weaning time. P. A. Clark & Son Pinkneyville, Ky. r v t st -- Save sickness in your home by buying ice. A whole month's ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 28 July 1910

I ,7 .Trrt IIEJi sy3i BfjJf Iff Jt El 'K I srfjc v '" r,,?iifpippr ',. -JT" "-W-" ' " ";w5S;vs?Tijy K-vv "'- a f - vZ 'fr Hi Si """ ""","" """""'"""""""" . 55? rV?N M A BATTLE FOR BUSINESS SALE CLEARANCE PRICES ON MENS--LADIES AND CHILDRENS LOW CUTS ALL MUST GO See These Ladies $4.00 and ?3.50 Low- We give Gold Trading Stamps WAlS aa& N. E. CALMES Editor nd Publisher. EntTHj di ,. us nutter Februir jtb 07 l trie po.tJttice at Marion. Kentucky under e Act of Concress of March 3. 1 3 j One Dollar the Year in Advance. Roosevelt will be the next President. V. .1. Bryan Vice President and Ollie M. James Secretary of State "Hear it" As uncle Billy Joel Hill says. The old Reliable Record-Press, notwithstanding it is all home print, is not big enough to hold our business, a number of letters left out this week. Bear with us as we are trying to please all of you and give you the best paper in Kentucky. Even two page adds were turned down this week, that will appear next week. Help us wit...

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. — 28 July 1910

?.y 'X 3.--AV Newspaper C mcomnot ttl ly A u tCth Akh VOID Leave your laundry at Taylor & Cannan's dry goods store for White Swan laundry. Medley Cannan. Agent. Dr. H. R. Royalty, of Leitch-Held. Ivy., was in the city Monday enroute home from a visit to Tolu, Ky. Mrs. J. O. Dixon and family left last week for Tolu. where they will spend the summer. Rev. and Mrs. Gihbs, of Sheri dan were in the city Monday en-route to Dawson where they will attend the Baptist Convention. J. B. Hubbard attended the Baptist Convention at Dawson the first of the week. Mrs. Nora Yates, and daughters, Misses Allie and Katie, left Sunday for Tolu, where they will visit for a month. Mr. Henry Copf. of Paducah, spent the first of the week with friends in this city. if I 20 Votes Marion, Ky., June 16 20 Votes Record-Press Free Coupon Good for 20 Votes In Our PREMIUM AND POPULAR VOTING CONTEST. This Coupon is Voted for MISS - TIIKhK VOTKS must ttacli our ottico on or hefoieAue i' in Ofiltr to be icceptpil ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 28 July 1910

I - &- 1 i c mi rissions are to be suspend- dlll'intr pniltpvlt str.th lionet luisire N0 contestant will be allowed pies, w tii penect justice anrt to take more than one of the faiiTCs to r.!! cor.ccrr.eri. tra Special prizes that we may 2. PRIZES- The grand piize offer fmm time to time. shall i c a line first class Baldwin Piano valued at SlOu.00. Many other valuable and usefull prizes will be given. 8. -CANDIDATES Any lady The publishers are not to tell whom anyone votes for, except in case of error or alleged Each contestant may supply half tone engraving from photo- -- 1 - itumfi mii i -!- i) mimiI over 12 years of age. married or!',vl '"" single, in this and adjoining counties is eligible to a place in the (V.tesr. The most popular Iadv is the one who shall receive the most otes; to her shall be Make up your mind who you want to vote for before coming to the office as the editor will positively not decided the matter for you. Contestants should keep a list awarded the heaut...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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