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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 11 August 1910

t ICE tmmt L Save sickness in your home by buyln Ice. A whole month's ice bill will not cost yon the price of one visit sf your family physician. We deliver to your home and it is the best medicine you can buy. Be one of our customers. Leave yeur laundry at Taylor & Caiman's dry goods store for White Swan laundry. Medley Cannan, Agent. ICE Marion Ice Company. ROY GILBERT, Manager. i The Kexall store fc Over 300 Guaranteed Rexall Remedies. OneA 7 for each human ailment. Jv f Rxo Dip and Disinfectant 1 For Stock and Poultry r A A A A A A CIGARS AND TOBACCO Cold Drinks and Ices at our Innovation Fountain Pure, Fresh Drugs for Prescription Work Come and See Us HAYNES Su TAYLOR m fw wk GO TO Mc'ConneH's Barber Shop FOR Hot or Cold Baths! Harbors:- Walter McConnell and J. Blanton Wiggins. Jenkins Building Cail isle St. Marion, Ky- 5KN DISEASES READILY CURED HY SIMPLE HOME REMDY ing from any 'nnently cured by a c'.enn liquid prep ar.uion for extornul use? Haynea & Taykir the druggi...

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. — 11 August 1910

VS- ''" "V '" rrst !.- p :p, t H VI t ' V . L J-JIH- . rvvvlN EJt Si bif CLEARANCE PRICES ON MENS-LADIES AND CHILDRENS LOW CUTS ALL MUST GO Sec These Ladies $4.00 and $3.50 Low Cuts Ladies $3.00 Low Cuts Ladies $2.50 Low Cuts Ladies $2.00 Low Cuts Ladies $1.50 Low Cuts 1 Lot Mens $3.0 and $2.50 Low Cuts We give Gold Trading Stamps fflffiiZSfflftSmrfffi&Sti SThe Crttttnben N. E. CALMES Editor nd Publisher. Enlird at eciidiais matter February 5tb 07 at the poitoffiee at Marion, Kentucky, nnder e Act of Coat reis ot MarcU j. :3rs. One Dollar the Year in Advance. aaaaaamaaMNaaWaaaaaaaHavamalaaamWIMaaaalaMaMaaW A large moonshine Still has been raided and captured in La rue county. Governor Patterson and the administration ticket of Tennessee was overwhelmingly defeated by the Independents. Postmaster General Hitchcock says he hopes to wipe out the six million post office dificit in the next twelve months. Spain, the once proudest and most powerful nation of the globe is now about to ...

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. — 11 August 1910

LADIES $5.00 LINEN COAT SUITS IV BLUE AND WHITE FOR $3.75. 20 Votes MISS Marion, Ky., June 1G This Coupon is Voted for s i't mer Underwear 21c. M. i: r.,hs. Mr T. II. Glenn, a prominent fanner of near Kuttawa. was a I'li'iNint visitor at our office 'It--lay. lMt. E. Towery of Shady ('.. ,, returned from a trip to I' '.I'isville Tuesday. Special sale on Summer hosier, at Carnahan Bros., Friday w.'l Saturday, Aug. 12-13. They tv bargains. Miss Sallie Bond arrived 1 and will be the guest hister, Mrs. Gus Taylor for weeks. Watch for our next weeks s icial sale advertisement. M. E. Fohs. 20 Votes Record-Press Free Coupon Good for 20 Votes In Our PREMIUM AND POPULAR VOTING CONTEST. l.l." -' IP I"' I" '" ' "" I Ii I..-H. The prizes offered Hie ladles $500 In this Contest amount to over pv"" "'"' '" "' 20 VoUs 20 votes "" "";:" AUGUST Dr. Hell's Is the best for coughs, colds, croup, grip, whoopins coufjh, bronchitis, asthma, ami nil tnroat ami bronchial tnmbles. Sold everywhere look for the...

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. — 11 August 1910

i i.i g fciv, Iv li It fe HER BAnK ACCOUNT By . ANTHONY TWINING Copyright. 1310. by American lrts Association. A man nuRruceltt.' nod a tnun uutl nffrugette were dlncusslnj; tin ijiim tlon of votes for women. Tin iuf frnrette led oft by slating tliat wuniru often owinm! property and won entitled to vole for tliue who made tiir laws affecting their Interests. A widow, for Instance, bad not even a husband to represent ber. A woman who tnlgbt have more business ability than many men "Wbat'a that you say about a woman having buslnesH ability?" interrupted the antl. "I said that a woman might" "Do you Include my wife?" "1 haven't the pleasure of no acquaintance with your wife." "If you had you would never have made that statement." "Is your wife a poor business woman?" 'You Just try her In a matter of banking." "Not up to that, ehr "I should say not. When I married her she had some funds and Insisted on managing them herself. I opened a bank account for her and tried to teach her bow to ...

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. — 11 August 1910

am&. t .4 i .-2 vL ,'VtfH f ,. r !" , , a' , " T F 7 1 is? iir?ri r a i :r jmEJ OrHi. ACCOUNT By J. ANTHONY TWINING Copyright. 1910, by American frats Association. A man suffragette and a man uatl raffragette were dlscuMiiiK tbe of votes for women. Tin led off by siittlriK tlmi woniru often owned properly and were entitled to vote for those who made the laws affecting their Interests. A widow, for Instunei. had not even a husband to represent her. A woman who might have more business ability than many men "What's that you sny about a woman having business ability?" Interrupted tho antl. "I said that a woman might" "Do you Include my wife?" "I" haven't the pleasure of an acquaintance with your wife." "If you had you would never have made that statement." "Is your wife n poor business woman?" "You Just try her in a matter of banking." "Not up to that, ehr "I should say not. When I married her she had some funds and Insisted on managing them herself. I opened a bank account for her...

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. — 11 August 1910

Isju'hcut connect in Memphis with these kon lklt imns to the Southwest ? - 13 W. Pi w Fares mthwest "oZ -. w ; I. i r . t i i " plk .. i : '.Vt3tefafwtr,rU . .ttV!tffiMJuPtirl!i'l 'C.r?UASKaIk..v!4 &:i 'nS3&Em ;j ' Prr rnolci niicslbaCIvfrrd rv M U,.:tmi Moiphtao rorMXi OTN.COTIC. . i cfJirS'.szArm ltd' hcrlSffJ' lUt'J II m ??it lkviy for Zens? . rn;5X,omj!skn.J.rorn!!. EWJPiyLaai IT -- i all W 1 a aaaj rwu kl juanu;tccil undcFnPS Fxact Copy of Wrapper, i i " KID RIOGE W are having some Mi. Earnest Brown passed, thnugh here last Thursday. Mi. Peal Walker and wife passed through this country Sun ' day Mr. Pierce Brown was a visit- r here last Thursday. Mr. Virgil Howard went to c. Springs Sunday. T4Ka (Vithn Ri.lt i tlu niiirle nA dirrrt Una " ." I VUUUII -- ... .vn .... ..ww. ..... . lexis, ihrouuh Arkanni. It rum two train, daily, ..i . I mi u'ifh ihrouph llecneri. chair can 'EnUi? Hll J . , .-- , .ancl'fclTV mtlor alt cart. I rains from all pant of Twlct each month l f v.....

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. — 11 August 1910

l'- I- iiiiiti i ' ' . . . , ..y. ,., , i ,, , ., , ,1. yH'! ip" iij'j i 'I i 'nMMSMSwssssaEiBJiisssssssaM ft EXCIR sow TO GREAT UIMION 'COUNTY FAIR! ft ft 'ft jj( On account of the Great Union County Fair, August 9th to 13th,. inclusive; there" will be Special Excursion Train from Princeton, Ky., direct to the Fair JL x) Grounds. Train leaves Frinctpn at G o'clock ,a. m., on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday of the Fair, and returning leaves the Fair Gounds at iA 0:39 pi m. One fair plus 25 cant for the round trip. " ' fA $ 0 0 9) Wcfc i that this will he the biggest and best Fair ever held on our Grounds. We now have 50 head of horses, harness horses and runners layiny u; rt our g:n;rifls w .'tiling for the opening of our Fair, and have entries and stalls reserved 75'more, insuring us 125 horses to participate in our races, and I really belicvu we will have still more. , v . We have balloonAssensions; Freeman and his Troupe of Trained Goats, Five Flying Moores sensational A...

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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. — 11 August 1910

""""TT" 7$o ' T tf jv vmf'r ijiWA"'Vm ft1, T? lj1.M h'iwM ' I"'" L. i in immdtmtih Vfi ATiiiBLi .tilflLite 4 A Few Week End Specials Worth Considering For y 1 AUGUST !2TH: , FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AV uin A X ft 4 A t OUR FULL LINEOIf MENS, WOMEN AND CHILDRENS OXKORDS ARE CUT TO ALMOST HALF PRICE .$5.00 and $4.00 Mens Low Cuts $3.00 2.50 " " " T . 2.00 Ladies and Childrens at same have some specials values, in shoes. $3.00 2.25 1.75 1.50 reduction. We also ford White. Misses Lillian and Lou Coffield, Kitty, Fanny and Henry, Delia Barnes, Dean, Lillie Cook and Wilborn. and Mrs. Hugh Hurley. Annie Leaffa Miss Maud Hurley left Mon- Mr. the prize, a beautiful hand painted bon bon dish. A two course lunch was served. The guests were: Mesdames J. I. Clements, Sam Gugenheim, W. N. Russell, Jas. Henry, W. V. Haynes, C. W. Haynes, R. F- Haynes. Misses Ruby James, Delia Barnes, Martha Henry, Lillie Cook Mary Cameron and Leaffa Wilborn. On Saturday afternoon Miss Misses Marcia King and Ruth J Vern...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 11 August 1910

V ..J I -H " J&S?- N ( A w (Prinjmjjmltjairtiyirg ' 13 3 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. August II, J9I0 NUMBER 8. fv, ' ' l liv 9 l fc THE RECORD-PRESS PRIZE CONTEST Next Count Will be Made As Previously Advertised Saturday August 27. Never have we seen such interest in a contest and for the short sime it has run, never has their been so large vote east. The piano will arrive today and can be seen and tested at e i m's store where it is to remain until the close of the contest, Saturday, Oct. 29 at 6 o'clock p. m. Ten Dollars in gold will be given Saturday Aug. 27 to the one making the greatest gain since the last count, For want of space we are cutting out the page ad and for the benefit of those wanting to benefit the lady of their choice with all votes possible, will give the names of those offering premiums and where 25 votes are given for every dollar purchased of them. Yandell-Gugenheim. Co., $15 Ladies cloak. Mrs. Love $15 Ladies Hat, W. 0. Tucker Furniture Co.. Dre...

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. — 11 August 1910

c CS C"r"rT'K "" " "7 'V O granulated lids It I i V O t y TaSTS yeS'c CJ'eB I - ? andd.ms.f vision. Sold w& .V Y i Great Stock Sale The Greatest Public illv reftc.V v I - "V- tWyv ver H tenden Property of j& .M ounty. Or. J. 0.,Dixin5 Deceased August 9th 19 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 ioiu Kentucky. AUGUST li and !2 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 Ponfes; one amongthe finest herd of Registered Hereford Cattle in the State, also some high gr2de native cst'de; good milch cows; Registered Jersey cows; the best type of registered and Poland China Hogs that could be found; some f...

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. — 11 August 1910

4 '-" JSSJfeTBjasSfip 4 ICE CIGARS Leave yeur laundry at Taylor .& Cannan's dry goods store for White Swan laundry. Medley Cannan, Agent. v ,' f Save siekness home by buying ice, AND 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 per manently cured by a clean liquid prep- Taylor the druggists has in stock and wants his customers to know that it is recommended for Eczema, Blackheads, Pimples. Dandruff, Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp. Zemo has made some remarkable cures and with each purchase of ZEMO Haynea & Taylor will Ifive you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your own case and be cured in your own home without" any inconvenience or .'oss of time from business by this clean, simple preparation. in your A whole month's ice bill will not cost yon the price of one visit of your family physician. We d...

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. — 11 August 1910

w LTJi I fc M.M.WMM CLEARANCE PRICES ON AND CHILDRENS LOW CUTS ALL MUST GO See These Ladies $1.00 and $3.50 Low Cuts Ladies $3.00 Low Cuts Ladies S2.50 Low Cuts Ladies $2.00 Low Cuts Ladies $1.50 Low Cuts We give Gold Trading Stamps Marshall Cannan has been having some creditable work done on Main and Salem streets in the way of street cleaning. Good government will down the destroying angels and protect life and home. Cannibals only kill and eat the bodies of their friends, but the that poisonous tree. By faith in God we shall over come the devil's kingdom and set Christ on the throne. Glory to God, in Jesus name, Amen. The white slave brutes are dressed up as angels of light, and are picking up the faires, most beautiful arid most inno cent irirls of our country, and murderer That our room for are sure. $3.00 2.25 1.75 105 1.15 1 Lot Mens $3.00 ilnd $2.50 Low Cuts $1.90 TANS - PATENTS 1 Lot Mens $4.00 Tan and Patent Low Cuts $3.25 $2.00 Misses Low Cuts $1.50 $1.50 Misses Low Cuts ...

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. — 11 August 1910

i MISS "M-" ' v- v i- READ CAREFULLY EVERY WORD. Over Two Hundred Dollars TO BE GIVEN AWAY! It would be impossible to tell you in this space of all the excellent values that we have now to offer you, but we have them throughout our entire stock; neither can we express to you fully how much we appreciate your trade; but in crc!cr to close out all Summer goods w have "ST UCK THE KNIFE DEEP INTO THE PRICES," and in order to show at least some of the high appreciation of your trade, we are going to absolutely give this excellent list of PRIZES as contained RIGHT HERE. IF YOU HAVE THE LEAST DOUBT THAT ue are not sincere in what ue say here just come in and ask to see our SUITS FOR MEN AND BOYS, OUR EXTRA PANTS AND SUMMER COATS. Some Outing Suits at HALF PRICE. Some Boys Knee Pants Suits HALF PRICE All Spring and Summer Suits at prices that will tickle you. Don't wait until someone gets the very suit you want, but come at once. LADIES $5.00 LINEN COAT SUITS IN BLUE AND WHITE FOR $3.75. 20...

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. — 11 August 1910

HER BAoK ACCOUNT By . ANTHONY TWINING Copyright. 1910, by American J'ress Association. A man suflruKuttv uud u man siutl suffragette were discusdiiiK tin ijucs tlon of votes for woinon. Tin1 suffragette led ofT by stilting tli.it women often owiumI property iitnl were en titled to vote for thine who made the laws afCectliiB their Interest. A widow, for had not even a husband to represent her. A woman who might have more business ability than many men "What's that you say about a woman having business ability?" Interrupted the antl. "I said that a woman might" "Do you Include my wife?" "1 haven't the pleasure of an acquaintance with your wife." "If you had you would never have made that statement." "Is your wife a poor business woman?" "You just try her in a matter of nankins." "Not up to that, eh?" "I should say not. When I married her she had some funds and Insisted on managing them herself. I opened a bank account for her and tried to teach her iiow to keep It. She learned very qu...

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. — 11 August 1910

5l r w?rt5i'rv:s Jgyt.1ffiP" ,--7" -. Tj,.., i" ' '; s. s& as SBSs S8 &'& SWSMTO S&3&ISW3SS&S: 3: 6- S & . 0 FYriipinN TO GREAT UNION COUNTY FAIR! g On account of the Great Union County Fair, August 9th to 13th, inclusive; there will be Special Excursion Train from Princeton, Ky., direct to the Fair Grounds. Train leaves Fri..cton at G o'clock a. m., on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday of the Fair, and returning leaves the Fair Gounds at 6:30 p. m. One fair plus 23 for the round trip. t Four I'A - Races D.rly: K Tree Attractinns on elevated platform in front of the Grand Stand. The Biggest and Best Fair in Western Kentucky. Wc fc r.f.dn I that 1 1 . f n will be the biggest and best Fair ever held on our Grounds. We now have 50 head of horses, harness horses and runnel's Inyin? i : r.t our . f ... ids .i:ina lor the opening of our Fair, and have entries and stalls reserved 75 more, insuring us 125 horses to participate in our races, and I redly iie...

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. — 11 August 1910

5$ t Melton. SOCIETY On last Friday night of last week Miss Gwendolin Haynes entertained in honor of her visitor. Miss Julia Stenson, of Evansville. The lovelv home was beautiful and appropriately decorated for the occasion and nt eleven o'clock elegant refresh Fredonia, Mr. and Mrs. M- v. Haynes. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Tucker, Miss Lillie Cook. Messr Will Clifton, Bruce Babb, Virgil ATv.ro n.nrpnfp Franks. Maurie $3.00 2.25 1.75 1.50 reduction. We also V " ill ll'll ' I A Few Week End Specials Worth Considering For AUGUST !2TH FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OUR LJME OF MENS, WOMEN AND CHILDRENS OXFORDS ARE CUT TO AS-MOST HALF PRICE o.0() ami Mi ns Li.w Cuts -?.. 00 2.50 2.00 L:' lif and Children at same I w. smo specials values ui shoes. HOSE FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TAN, BLUE, PINK AND WHITE IN PLAIN OR LACE; 25 cent values 14 cents 15 cent values S cents 10 cent values 0 cents BLACK IN PLAIN OR LACE. 25 cent values -. . 19 cents 15 cent values . 11 cents 10 cent values . . 7 cents MENS HOSE IN A...

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. — 18 August 1910

I A Ita -LJ ,ii CRITTENDEN COUNTY INSTITUTE Went Into Organization on Monav -Hon. Marion F. Pogue Pre., C. W. Richards. Inst. . The. Crittenden County j c went into regular Session Monday morning in the chapel of the Graded School building, I resided over by Hon. Marion F. Pogue, of Francis, with Prof. C. W. Richards of Princeton, as Instuctor. J. B. McNeely was elected VicoPres., Miss Bertha Moore, of Rcpton, Secy and Miss AIHe Wilborn, Assistant Secy. About seventy teachers answered to their names at the first roll-call and all, from the start to the present time, taking a deep interest in the work before them. In his opening address Super-' intondent E. J.' Travis, after a hearty welcome to all and many complimentary things r.bout the bright future before the schools of Old Crittenden, urged every teaches to their duty. His talk was full of loyalty to the great cause of education and very much appreciated by all. Prof. C. W. Richards, the able and popular Instructor, has been hig...

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. — 18 August 1910

R- weekf enter itor, ; Evan? was 1;' decor at elc? ment. numf Miss , JenkJ Flan, Lizzi' Ellis Suth . Crof" Picki Hur fields Mod;. Evs- I1 ni f M Iteasvtoiieadiili :fosfe - The Cotton Belt is the nuiek and '- 5BIMHlk to Texas, through Arkansas. It runs two trains, daily, Memphis to Texas, with through sleepers, chair cars and parlor cafs cars. Trains from all pans of the Southeast connect in Memphis with these f"!nttnn' Rlr trains to fhf Snnthwoef Low F 'Mieftm&r,' t fj A ares Soatnwest j$ RvB SjtX WEKKmez&yA Ar&ai the Don't THBjBflbF VlkBKQBX write Fend you Y-V Cot of a on Texas '!T L. C si riTWvT?WPsisS rrs A!l!A!JMUtttt s2K LlOI!OL3 PERCENT Z&3 ANrtpiaWc Prvparaionlcf.U sirailaimsdicnxXiantlRrtjiM nngilieSsontacasandBocIsi lEsmmmim Promolcs Di5csionflcrul, ncss and Rest-Contains nciirr OpiunuMorphiae nor Mineral.) not narcotic. , finqJu Seed" . JlxJam I jtvstfttj I 1 Kxtcjrtta flenr. I Ancrfeci Remedv forConsfiM' tton , Sour Storoach.Dtantaa ! Vorms ronTilswas.tctr...

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. — 18 August 1910

I J A ICE j v ICE Save sickness in your home by buying ice. A whole month's ice bill will not cost yon the price of one visit of your family physician. We deliver to your home and it is the best medicine you can buy. Be one of our customers. arion Ice Company. ROY GILBERT, Manager. x? The Kexaii store h 300 Remedies. One for $ t " every humanjill. g K SCHOOL BOOKS i TABLET INKS PENCILS &. Etc. As Compltt a Lin and Pipts as you For every Dollar A paid on account you can have your Stanps or Coupons Record-Press Voting A Come of Cigars, Tobacco want to see. you buy from us or excepting School Books V . F FINE TOILET ARTICLES MUSICAL fc INSTRUMENTS choice, Gold Trading for 25 votes in th Contest. k See Us. &. TAYLOR. ioiicu uinikir rnu miLim lum" Sliopj"Li:m PANY IN FULL BLAST. They Have the Best and Lateit Equipped Machinery and Putting out a High Grade Flour As we can not see you personally, we take this method of reaching you in order that you may know who we are and what we ...

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. — 18 August 1910

1. i irr 1BU I V &l f n m M. ., IT I ,1 iM 1 fcl V' EErf D9f More than a quarter of a million votes has been polled in the Record-Press Prize Contest since the last count. Two miners were seriously injured by a powder explosion in the Thomas mines at Morgan-field Monday. They may die. Sam Folden, a well known and highly respected colored man ofHertderson county, died last week aged 105 years. He was borned in 1904. Remember the next count is Saturday week Aug. 27th when some lady will win the ten Dollars in Gold. After this a count will be made before every issue of the paper and so reported. Some scoundrel at DeKoven attemnted to kill conductor Fred McDonald Sunday night, firing two shots at him. The train crew gave chase firing at him as he ran, but failed to capture him. The beautiful piano, bought of Yates Bros., has come and, is on exhibition at store. ... , See the merchants that give out coupons and secure all you can. - - .14' Fohs. ' , V 'J - Ladies $4.00and $3.50' Low"...

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