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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 13 August 1909

, -' V 1. k il ll li .l i Aft j& i At A A 4J i Al JJ) iJi A A Ai Al All Jt A) A A4 i flSi SSI a ! S M!0!9!9i0!0!O!&!0S9S0i0 DEM 1W 48 4S EEK BEGIN i SATURDAY, WIWESTIC RflNQE THE RNGE UDITH q REPUTWTIOM REASONS WHY 1st. 2nd S3rd 4 S)4th a& 4 TIIH MAJUSTIC r.nanielfil I'uildlnK I'an. Maile feclally fine for the Majestic bet. IN G AUGUST And closing AUGUST S? k flHH mmmmjmsmBmammmmmsgpmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmm 111 iJLIl'ljr VrrVT. V il J !'. I" .:'p IVtfor.itH Cooker. I III 'ft" ' niiiiiiiutr ImmiI win Ii .IT i r t it Ik tt . l,ii.-i i I in. 1 uml cnn Li lidnl out AllUilHllllitl Tv V1 r. ??"... ' yfl ji i i mii -l unit I i t Hi c li .nl i i ii ml i -v . 'i i r ' I r 'nuiion ilriltAUJllV 1?i f V ii f "I I' IT"1 "HiLi tu iu .in ri I 'i tr. I i. i it - mil 1 ,n u IWSSO IB --,- -, .---J : ?wyJH.' 'w. Muff g '. I RtstRvoiu M h d- - r"tr Ji ,-' 'i Ji-- "td -i I vcu3c!v.n ll'?i'rr:?nTni 'k ;' mw ic - tra tti '-.' ii'. A.H -hi : M'.jrsrir it..,, aii A S 5 f'4., , I J1 " ' ' '"" '' n...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 13 August 1909

J k If" r &. if. if '!Vvi4!,1,?lfw'''1'''.' - "f i 'j'c "-' ' " ij rj .. IW-v ,t .jt if a p w &i i i GOLD, SILVER, OR CURRENCY ) As a rule does not stretch, but now is the time and this is the place, where either of these stretch almost double its length in purchasing power. Several have taken advantage of these prices and if you will look well to your own interest you will do likewise. $20.00 Suits $15. 17. it 12.50 15. a 10.00 12.50 n 8.50 1o.oo 11 6.50 11 6. 6,-. ti 4.25 We are agents for the Standard Patterns rr Dr F.A Niinri, Press Bldg. Bui'i'ao Guess, ol Tulu, was in towj'rid.y Master M. V. ,Nunn left Friday lor 5ebroc, where he will visit. Geo. Davis and Harry Culley, of Sturis, weru in Mariou Mouday, 'A. A. Bennett has accepted the Cashier's place in thcTolu Hank .Mr", .lolm L martin, jf Tiline, is visiting her sister, .Mrs. Or Slaydcu. Highest price paid for your iron and junk. A. Sixuku, Marion, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rankin, of Fords Ferry, wore in the city Monday....

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 13 August 1909

V v TfiWyflZ " V f WK. (,?.-.- - i s ' Tf ,," i f ' Xi v i . ft W ' TTTTtTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTT V WOT TOT OT OTV TTTT'TT1! TTTTTT ., n n ., m . .. . h K t A I K t U U b I 1 U N S A L t v The Greatest Reduction Sale ever Inaugerated in Marion, Is still in Progress and the Greatest' Opportunity for Buying the Best Goods for the Least Money is yours 1 am over-stocked and to reduce it, I.am selling every article in my entire stock at a greatly reduced price. This reduction applies to goods just com" ing in as well as to any other portion of the stock. It is all new for that matter. Come see for yourself. It is the only way you will have of really knowing" I have used the best possible judgment in the selection of this large stock and there is nothing old or shelf-worn in it. I am not forced to sell, but the fact that I am over-stocked suggeststhe idea of reducing it by greatly reducing the price and let me assure you that all through the month of August this Slaughter in prices will conti...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 17 August 1909

P"nW A mm yuiuii Was Diirwnnl Dcntun's Last words Friday Afternoon. Durward Don tor., well khowu in Marion and Crittcndcu county, was shot to death on the street in Henderson Friday afternoon by A. N, Lett. Denton had boon mfactuntcd with Lett's wifo and had sworn to kill her and himself ii she refused to leave her nusband for him. Mrs. Lett who is in im way responsible lor Denton's conduot, is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haag, of Hen-demon. Coroner's jury exhonrate Lett and he is now a free man. Prominent Woman Burned To Death at Elfzabelhtown. Mrs. Steele, a prominent lady of Elirabcthtown, III., was burned to death in her homo last Thursday morning. She had just sold her horns, but was still living there, and when tho fire was discovered the houte was a solid mass of flames, witb.no chance of rescuing the unfortunate woman. Mrs. Steele was the pother of Mrs. Phin Croft, of Tolj, whose husband is perhaps tho largest tax-payer in Crittenden county. G90D EPWORTH LEAUDE SERVICE...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 17 August 1909

u fit ii Elifl Wi 5 i'1 '; K n i I'.. .i MM I. LP i t mi . i J T rrs vv c k Record-Pros. ' n tSIA S NC FRIDAYS , CALMEi Ex o4 t i 1 u -. RVTKS ' rri - . ' . t . lll vtr d tor tt &J Elaciro l . tf Urn tB twtlvt rcUV Announce m en ts are author.zec to announce JOHN L GRAYOT .1- a candidate for Common-, a t jUth Attorr.ry o: the Fourth T.iic.a! Di?tr:: of Kentucky. - .jec; i" tht"ac:.;r. :f :he . rat party V- are authorvted to announce JUDGE J. F. GORDON 4w5l .r aar raaaoa far aniiec tkttv .T It Bj Aa LifMBBStre Srec. tatioa. : - v . -. . , , i",l v"."i"yi I ptvyy x wm r .EiU.'S&Wg This ?reat .slaughter of Prices means a harvest for you such as no other house will otlcr. or you have ever twit had the opportunity of buying ,IT'S TO CLOSE OUT THESE LOTS jgl ." pi.' $2 J.N at .5 j: P." 4 lUi md 2 00 Pant icril. i l'ir SI 50 Pabu. SI oh L'O .: 50&3 2& n ',M 5 00 Suit for$iO 00 Out Lot f 12.:huiu for J10 00 U I.Ot l "Mil ' 'Ml ime 1. t "..H l.al.vVlBl ZJ Cat Lot ? .o lvt jdJ...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 17 August 1909

K'T pi. Enviry; vV.jjtr?jW't fj. AW .1 t - V fX .i :V v U l, &ti i . . an-M i ArfS'Mrfiifeni tvTTA '.VtKrfTx OLD, 2PI In W EnEfmRj OR i ir&s&M As a rule (Joes not stretch, but now is the time and this is the place, where either of these stretch almost double its length in purchasing power. Several have taken advantage of these prices .and if you will look well to your own interest you will do likewise. $20.00 Suits $15. 17. " 12.50 15. " 10.00 12.50 " 8.50 1o.oo " (i.50 9. " 6. 6, ' 4.25 M I . 1 1 . ( '1 '.'inn, Itentml I're Itbhr 1 Wtibtripoou. of Km s I.. -la Ku)le4all, Mi r a fcr.'ia?"Vieit in UtaturlHe. 11 ! ard - renny oat ! .! la ii. mi Ir W. H. Yatoe nd 1 I. ft Tliurmlay for llottitte, 1". ud a ineetinc. A Taylor havu full line ol I i illi" I I .1 Hrtiiiftt, of Dade City, itivp TlmrMlny and will visit u luiro. lr I (1. Rochester and uepbew, 11 1 .1 fill !.. . i ,1 i n.nran, reiiiruon 1 iiursuay V. inville. wliare tlioy Imvo ' jurats of Mrs. H. A. Hod- ill r' rt H'...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 17 August 1909

t4&r' -1-" "' - ,-p fl, hir "T7 5- u . L kt ! - jk. H HK r , v J- ' ; A, 7 lM. iwrlii The Kind You Havo Always in tiso for over SO ytvirs, r f f S AT . lSvzf7ZJ&tcJU All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trllle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR! A Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Xnrcotie Mibtnnce. Its ngo is its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays Feverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Sears the &Ly& The Kind You Me Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMC CCXT&Uft COMV TT mu ta m m HURICANE. 2 ' A little eighteen njonths old child o...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 17 August 1909

f5r S 6" -W !'v. Twice-a-Week cord-Pres I -J, V TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. VOL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUG., 17 I909 NUMBER 13 fcv. W r4 s , 1 I n I Sr TEACHERS INSTITUTE To be Held at Marlon, August 23-27, 1009. MONDAY, 23rd, 10::!0 to 12:00 toganization and enrollment. Purposes of the week.s work Instructor:. 10 to 4:00 o'clock. Song. . Devotional Servicy Rev. Miller. Song. j The three distinct yihases of a lesson: 1. The specific ork of the teacher, the assignment. a. The essential qualities of the assignment J. W. Rascoe. 2. The specific ivork of the pupil, preparation. v a. What vtyluedo you place upon a knowledge of how to study? Miss Margaret Moore. b. Howtan a pupil be taught to study? T. F. Newcom. 3. Combined work of the teacher and pupil, the recitation. a. 'What should be the attitude of the teacher during recitation".' Miss Mabel Minner. b. How the attention of the whole class be secured? Miss Iva Hicklin. c. What must determine the nature of the questions d...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 17 August 1909

n ry V Sail r kW Hpcr! ?s?nra OTgtWiferc - v; .& rf: ft ' v Reduction on Clothing iltl. Attorney of the Fourth ' . :ic.al District of Kentucky, i s- s- to the action of the Demit at o party. : v'- '" -. 'cord l're. 2 7l. 'J.') :o-a Sll.l.K.V.IHU, I'ltt. y ;i I his great slaughter of Prices means a harvest for you ( such as no other house will offer, or you have ever lL had the opportunity of buying M IT'S TO CLOSE OUT THESE LOTS NT? . - - ."id pair .r2 i; .itid 2 0(1 Pant for S1.2."i , .')() 1'air $1 ,'0 Taut.. $1,011 I'.'i l'uir I till Againai Lkk Fc.VKiiousEii, ot al Di'ti. .Imluuient aud Order ol Salo. . One Lt lo Oil Suits lor $10 00 One Lot $12. Ml Suits for $10 00 O.i. hut Moo d.00 , One Lot S.:0 IVitsA'Pant 4.2.) One Lot $0 ."i0 Coats ami Pauts Fur ;; 00 100 liOYS SOUS AT 1-2 PRICE The price on all the above lines has been Cut through .v the Cost and Profit and it is well for you to see them &, Sec the Price Cut on Mens and Boys Sttaw Hats St. 50 & $1.00 Hats 75c ...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 17 August 1909

tfcr !57 "' --.. r I jVy ;Vf--"Vr-ff- U $tj ZfeUS stJ, 2LJb, &lJN ziJK UfiK aljv iS.JK yft &IS ng jK& s r $ sash E? iFza nrv a j ifiSN. T& J R Q. ill SWIMaM EPHl Mg! 30 EOK3 tIE& Eg tos? lob3 wv tesca tj a m sg? Ka m ,ss fes? yitii fcjgid m Ts a As a rule does not stretch , but now is the time and this is the place, where either of these stretch almost double X its length in purchasing power. L I J r Several have taken advantage of these prices .and if you will look well to your own interest you will do likewise. $20.00 Suits $15. : 7.50 Boys Suits 4.00 17. 12.50 15. it 10.00 x 02.50 u 8.50 tli oo 6.50 it 6. ,i 4.25 w t We are. agents the Standard Patterns JH 17 & i- C C Jy mzl nMi ww QL ,.JL A O ,' y . ' au ' l.- JJin j '- - a. 2- I Dr F w. Nunn, Dentist Proas BUIg. i Mi- Sp'-if Withewpooii. of Kui ia. un I visltlDIC the family of . T 'IVrry and other ir'attvc of i ountv ' IKivtKM A T.ivlur hnva a coinnleto I :iru of books, tablets. jK'ncilB, .t 'Iiy Daughtr...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 17 August 1909

i? . The Kind You lluvo Always Bought, and which has been iu uso for over SO years, has homo tho signature of S&S .r and has been niado under his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and" hut Experiments that trillo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience- against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, rcgidatcs tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the &L$fffi& The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THE CCNTAUfl COMPANY...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 20 August 1909

VI -, . . H. Twice-a-week Record-Press - TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. . m VOL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUG., 20 1909 NUMBER 14 FARMERS' INSTITUTE BULLETIN. Places and Dates oi County Farmers' Institutes tor Nineteen Hundred and Nine. MEETING IN THIS COUNTY WILL HE HELD AT P1NEY, Tho Farmer Institute Bulletin Hcot us yesterday by Commissioner of Agriculture, M, 0. Hankin, was most too lengthy Tor our spaco in this issue, iu consequence of whi wo have cut it dowu to what Is most important to thin, the Fourth District, namely Kit address and tho dittos of all institutes of thin district. On the whole, tho work of the' Farmers IrUute MA duilug tho yar of I4")"? wat vory uisfactbry and h insrlfed ' progress in this unj j'irt progressiva AjM cilmre ano merely in its infinsy. The law ro I'M the yomtnissiont'r of griculi'ir to linld a Pariiiora'l Institute u f two days' duration in rah rouniv in the State and this law las been mpliut! witli in cvory cnc "f tl" word, resulting in a ...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 20 August 1909

' , Iff Vf3r5r jr "TSPS' A lr totf It ' Z W I . !)l i' ft I '1 J ft;- B i . ' ir r 1 r IM 6 W. J." M. l , ' H XJ ' ,ji i -1. ; r VwhW Vfevn -- --" " . .-.. . i,, -ii -,-. sppLppjalpEps sr 23f I BIG "CUT PRICE" Reduction on Clothing This great slaughter of Prices means a harvest for you such as no other house will offer, or you have ever tEj had the opportunity of buying & ITS TO CLOSE OUT THESE LOTS A.v BBB i .0 pur 2 i: ind 2 00 Pint for $1.25 J 50 lir$l 50 Tint 25 Piir 4.00 Oce EV&tr she Year ft Airxcce. CASH A.DVSXTtl0 Lii k fVt n s rt tvattTT Announcements. ISiiC U a laxs is tm:? wce. isc ?cs i line w 3mt ttectis xzd h tStS k.- Af IA.t; ,, - f f 1 T IM t MM "2 fe 1 f4iic fc ta p4iat r 1 aawwt. AC I tar K iay e. 1 ia4 1 v w ta aaat . cu tke asm f rn i u 2 Ttv I jtisd ! ?ruie fr is.cisc tie &50&3. ton ii: t Foerth Judical District oi Kea- tMWC w s? 7 JS3T 1 00 2 25 One Lot f 15 00 Suns for $10.00 One Lot $12,50 Sun for $10.00 Ooe Lot 10.00 tU0 One Lot .o0 4 25 One ...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 20 August 1909

We are agents for the Standard Patterns x TAYLOR & CANNAN X if..ri' -'! -"J vi. !U .O JU4s ,tJ4 J4i. JJ. IJ. MJA. ,U J4J4. J LOOK! LOOK!! . fc You can look the whole country over, if you like, and then when you come to sum up the whole, you will find more V genuine values RIGHT HERE than elsewhere. The Values are Here For You. If you want sure enough bargains in suits or extra pants we honestly believe it will pay you well to look at these. $20.00 Suits $15. : 7.50 Boys Suits 4.00 17. " 12.50 : 6.50 " " 3.75 15. " 10,00 : 5.00 " " 3.00 12.50 " 8.50 : 4.00 " " 2.50 1o.oo " 6.50 : 3. " " 2.00 9. " 6. : 2.50 " " 1.25 6, " 4.25 : 2. ' " 1.00 "DOWN WENT McGINTY" and down went the prices on all summer Dress Goods too. If you could see your way clear to buy now, you can get a $5. Dress Pattern for $2.50; $2.50 Dress for $1.50; $1.50 Drress $1.00; $1.00 Dress for 75c; 75c Dress 50c. Would this save you money? Come see the goods, Don't wait until the best patterns are sold, but come at o...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 20 August 1909

w tf L -n. IK'- B: i" R , it i 1 llM i v i t. MARION DIRECTORY, J. G. ROCHESTER Lawykr And Commissionkk Of Crittenden Circuit Court, OmCK IN COl'RT HOI'SK YARD. MARION ELEC LIGHT SL ICE COMPANY. I S. M. Jknmns. Pkbswbnt. ! BLUE & NUNN ATTORN KS t law 1 Practice In All The Courts. 1 SrHClAL ATTKNTIOX To COLLKCTIONS, OKK1CK IT ST UKS IN IVSTOFKICE KLP'lV. T. C. STONE Acvvr For THK NATIONAL MONTHLY, NORMVN E. MOK, ElMTOR. i f1tvaK Ym lt.MLn.lHtio : - , WALTER A. BLACKBURN Imuvsv in aw imi .!i't;.KTUtf ' CwrrTK.DS.N Cxnt Chkt. rmcnrt tv The Circi rr Cwkt no COCKT OK A PHIALS. i Cou.8cnas i;ii.n i tkvv OrncKls Coikt IUhsk. , 4 J. C. SPEECE i IRoriuin'R vv v r5' t.u.t vo AB kuads t v:; dnncs. ML at aU , hnurs. Take special care of n Oast - , aors. Saleci St.. - Manoa. Kt. I CITY BARBER SHOP WALTER McCONNELL. Pnor.. J. A MOWBEE. Assist vt. J BNX1.VS Bi him w:. C viuii.s SmiarT. HENRY & HENRY j Dealers In 1 HhiK Gr.uk M VXLi GlLCMTB V.l' Wkitc Umktvxnk MOM.VKXTS. , WHITKlI BttLMNO. ...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 20 August 1909

, Hu - li u ' VI CIATION Convened at Walnut (irove Last Wednesday With Judge J. P. Pierce Moderator. WEATHER LARGEST ATTEND-ANCE FOR YEARS. The Ol'io River Association went into pcrnnnent organization at Walnut Grove Wednesday morning with Judge J. P. Pierce as Moderator iiuflt. A LalttiQ Clerk. Rev W. C Pierce made the opening address ind it was a masterly one. it was the first day,. Jho rnwd was unusually larsc and jM seemed to have come wnh anr. oyo ind mind for the Master's business. The weather being favorable bids fair to bo tho largest ittendod and the inot intcrestin : in manv years. A great number of v itors are present from 1 ditanrc at:d' everything is in good shape for entertaining them. The order of business for Wednesday ana" Thursday was, Missions, siubbath Schools, Schools and Col' leges, Orrhans' Homo. Temperance, AM and Obituaries. These subjects were commenced Wednesday and up press hour yesterday, were still undo- d'seiision. Four plajcs arc prominent bcfori th1 ...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 20 August 1909

1.V tar fDJS mZHi BIG "CUT PRICE" Reduction on Clothing This great slaughter of Prices means a harvest for you such as no other house will offer, or you have ever had the opportunity of buying IT'S TO CLOSE OUT THESE LOTS r0 pair 2 25 and 2.00 Pants for $1.25 50 Pair $1.50 Pants, $1.00 25 Pair 4.00 2.70 ' 3.50&3. " 2.25 One Lot $15.00 Suits for $10.00 One Lot $12.50 Suits for $10.00 One Lot 10.00 " " 0.00 One Lot 8.50 Ooats&Pant 4.25 One Lot $0.50 Coats and Pants For $3 00 100 BOYS SUITS AT 1-2 PRICE The price on all the above lines has been Cut through the Cost and Profit and it is well for you to see them See the Price Cut on Mens and Boys Sttaw Hats $1.50 & $1.00 Hats 75c and 50cts. We Give Away Gold Trading Stamps ty three out of four honors, "''f? 6Wr' rtrtSFft.Wj.? .SC V W! TH1S1STHE GREAT MONEY-SAVING PERIOD OF THE YFAR Its a short time only left to get them (FALL GOODS ARRIVING) And low prices must make the room for them This is the final 'round-up' sale and the ...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 20 August 1909

4 'i t i ) LOOK! LOOK!! You can look the whole country over, if you like, and then when you come to sum up the whole, you will find more genuine values RIGHT HERE than elsewhere. The Values are Here For You. If you want sure enough bargains in suits or extra pants we honestly believe it will pay you well to look at these. $20.00 Suits $15. 17. " 12.50 15. " 10.00 12.50 " 8.50 1o.oo " 6.50 " 6. 9.v 6, " 4.25 4 We are agents A the Standard for Patterns wrw wr Dr. F. w. Nunn, Dentist Pre33 Bldg. Little Dorothy Hayncs, daughter of It, C Hayncs of the Record-Press force, is ill with fever at their home on Poplar street. Hayncs & Taylor have full line of school supplies. Mrs. 0. P. Yealcey, of McMullen, Mo. t returned home Friday after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs S. H. Franklin. Hubbard's Restaurant ready day and night T. T. Guess, of Tolu, has been in Marion for two wcoks under the treatment of his physician, Donovan, little son of ""J. Everett Bebout, is sick with fever at t...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 20 August 1909

rjMV r rj I-. MARION DIRECTORY. J. G. ROCHESTER Lawyer And Commissioner Of Crittenden Circuit Court, Office In Court House yard. MARION ELEC LIGHT &. ICE COMPANY. Incorporated S. M. Jenkins, President. BLUE & NUNN Attorneys at law Practice In All The Courts. Special Attention To Collections, Office up stairs in postopkice iild'g. T. C. STONE Agent Foit THE NATIONAL MONTHLY, Norman E. Mack, Editor. Office With Record-Press. WALTER A. BLACKBURN Attorney at law and Judge of the Crittenden Coi'.vn Court. Practice in The Cikctit Court and Court of Appeals. Collections Given Prompt Attp.n tion. Office In Court House. J. C. SPEECE Proprietor of a first-class res taurant and coffectionary. All kinds of soft drinks. Meals at all hours. Take special care of my Custo mers. Salem St., - - Marion, Ky, CITY BARBER SHOP WALTER McCONNELL, Prop., ' J. A. MOCABEE. Assistant. Jenkins Building, Carlisle Street. HENRY & HENRY Dealers In HIGH URADE MARHLE, GRANITE AND White Limestone Monument...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 24 August 1909

V0 "WELDON." A life insurance policy in tho Prudential is a well-spring of comfort and satisfaction to the man insured and to his He knows that the wife will have irt. least an J even start with the world. M She Uhows that her home and children will he pro- X tected if he is taken away. Now i the hst time to secure a policy. Next year it wfll cos.t you more, or it may he too JJ hte. X IF YOU SEE IT ITS THE POLICY, IT'S SO. JJ tery t'nc in the Prudential PqJIcy is Guaraiiteocl. p If I have anything to yive yoti when do you want it? $ PlioncNo, 237, Survey calls attention to a recent report of the Fedora Survey on tho underground waters of Tennessee anj4 Kentucky wost of Tennossco River and of an adjacent area in by L. C. Glenn, published as Witter. Supply Paper 104. The Area onco a Sea ho surface formations of this re wcro for the most part laid down in I a bay of the great prehistorio seal that onao existed in the Mississippi Valley, when a huge arm of the Gw of Mexico extended well...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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