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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 July 1907

C ;T7"3I S raonths 1 year ajfc i;i' iJif if '- 1 w i 3i' v vstr i) irs UP TO YOU 'Eili tyKi'Jt kiMfci it kSFOit 'LW Cfjc Crittcn&cn S, M. JENKINSIEditor and Publisher. GEO. M. GRIDER, Associate Editor. Enured ai second-class mailer lane iSla. tSrj. at tbe poMomee at Marion. Kt under Ibe Act of Congress of March jrd. i9rg TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ITXICTLr CAIH IN ADVANCE. Sinrle copies mailed 95 1 month mailed to an 7 address.. 2 montns 5 months 1 rear 6 rears TERMS OH SUBSCRIPTION IF NOT FAID CASH IN ADVANCK, THURSDAY, JULY 02, 191)7. Ve are authorized to announce J. H. THOMAS a candidate for Assessor to fill out the unexpired tewn of J. Anthony Davidson, subject to the action of the Republican party. He endorses the local option law. All those who owe ui a dollar or more on subscription, will not receive any more papers. So those who fail to receire a paper, please send us the amount due us and renew your subscription. Tiik Record-Press. Shade Trees. The Kditor of the who has set ...

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. — 25 July 1907

s 1! !i HI t. ii b wn 'fey li fri ill f ( irry 'Li1 I W 'HI Clothing ! Suits ! Pants ! Coats ! Real com tort is obtained by wearing our cool price clothing Men's Cool Clothing ! Boys' Cool Clothing ! See These Goods ! Get the Prices ! They are lower down than ou ccr sau. If you want to bu CLOTHES RIGHT Then let us shou jou, Single copies mailed 0j 1 moath mailed to anr address i nonths 1 rear 1$ rs - - 1 50 THURSDAY, JULY 52, 191)7. We are authorized to announce R. H. THOMAS a candidate for AtiOBSor', to fill out the unexpired temi of J. Anthony Davidson, subject to the action of the Republican party. He endorses the local option law. All those who owe us a dollar or more on subscription, will not receive any more papors. So those who fail to reocire a paper, please send us the amount due us and renew your subscription. Tiik Shade Trees. Th Kditor ot the who has set out a great mauy shade, fruit and ornamental trees in his life and who has thu tried to assist nature in beautifying e...

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. — 25 July 1907

& mmmmmm " Cj JBcncD Callorc& Clottxa 4 " 1 &i Wt GIVE YOU GOOD VALLI.S AND PLEASE YOU TOO &MrmfMmKmQ) EPJif ln7?T ""l' ' "" n gT V t '1 Nunn dentist. Pruts Building ,a MoChonnev. of woar l'rnos here Sunday visiting friends. K B. Hushing and wifo, ef Mox- were in th etty 1 uojuay. 1 1 c Lent true fruit syrup is d at I lay no A: Taylor'a. I1' K S. Still til spunl Snaday Kvansville. aronre Prank was in Sturgis . Uy i a. i at Hayaos Taylor's oda . .tain for cold drinks. r.jgenp Guana, of Tolu, spent in this city. Mim Maytue McKoag, of Sturgis, .trd Mrs Jas. Parris last week. Mr and Mrs. Goo. Roberta re- nird Monday from a two ok s 1 i) at Crittenden Springs. Mm T. .1. Smith, of Pine BluB, 'i , u the fUHt her brotho, W. t'. 1 arnaban and wife. Mitn Mao Perry i spending this cl at Crittenden Springs. A K. Ainsworth, of Carthragc, Mim , arrived in the city, Saturday v i is visiting relatives in the county. Miss Kva Clomont. of Tolu, was '! t'ui'st of friends in the city ' ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 July 1907

'fc .. 2.25 " . 1.75 NOW COME ON ! Summer Underwear Hosiery. TAYLOR II ( ph'T was in Kvauswlle Tl.urdaj i i Juluis Fohs arrived home Sunday I from Lexington. W. B. Yandoll spont Friday in the country. W. B. Vatos. of Sheridan, was in the city Thursday on route to Spring Lake. La. Miss Mary Nunn, of Sullivan, attended the funeral of Itoscoc Koch ester last Thursday. Miss Graco Moore was called to Sturgis Thursday on account of the illness or hor sister, Mrs. Hoy Gilbert. Mrs. T. A Conway and ohildren returned Monday from a visit to relatives in I'uion county. Mrs. W. T. Oakley and son, Car-loss, spent a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hill of near Tribune. Mrs. Dorcu Jackson, Frcdonia, is visiting relatives hero, and in tho country. Milzic Ward, who has a position as attendant at Woodmere asylum, in Kvansvillo is spending his vacation hero. Mrs. W. H. Gopher is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Orvillo Ferrel of Uarrisburg, 111. Misses Mabel and Katio Yandcll vi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 July 1907

HI I 1 on tix bay we and of to 5 znmx VMB -i Dortt a.11 niht lon3 from tootheiche neurediec or rheumatism Sloeavis Liivinveivt kills the pain quiets the nerves end induces sleep At eJI dealers. Price 25c 50c &H00 Dr Earl S.SIo&rv, Bosior,Ma.ss.U.S.A. A Western Trip. Tolu, Ky., July S l!H)7. Kiiitok In our formor letter we had reached our destination, Winninucca, Nevada. This little city about the size of Urittondon county's capital i; in the hoart of the Groat Basin and is touohod by the I'nion Pacific R. U. Having looked after affairs here, one day only being taken, we continued our journey toward the Golden Gate the Pacific We touched at Sacromonto, the capital of California. After loavinjr the capital we pierced tho great wheat growing and hay raising bolt where harvesting was being done, the hay being principally alfalfa and barley. The land in this section is -aid to be worth from $H00 to $1500 per acre. Owing to so much rain the land for many miles was inundated by the...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 July 1907

lit 0O440446446644604c lhat hacking cough continues Because your system is exhausted and your powers of resistance weakened. Take Scott's Emulsion, It builds up and strengthens your entire system. V Y It contains Cod Ofl and Hypophosphites so X ? prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest X T ALL DRUCG1STS. 50c. AND J 1.00 JL n I Letter From the West. Hi. Tow miii, I. T. July. 11, 1H07. Hero rd Prow. ri Ai thin is a lonely, ,; in tlio pine loreits of the 1 ui;lit 1 would try (o malt tin hts plcti.iant by writing a ur dear old paior. P'.'K'ott, Ark.. .Inly 4th. n there to Toxorlana, Ark. Cotton Holt Route, from rt.nt t. Ft Worth. Toxon, ' nigh Detroit. Paris and . from Ft. Worth 1 went an Tex., croM&int: Hod river Tox , from Donuison llryant, I. T, from thore I t. com i nt; through ninny i , the imnitM el which 1 tten ' w.iii i I oca ted im tur of mountain in the Choetuw .i. t i- on the Frio Ibilttud nt. of one ot ibe finest pint ' thr territory. Tun a new wral hundred i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 July 1907

Ml R ' i 111 raiu II u if a i it I II JlsN I U i Ml Mi I) i f 5 m r ; r D JL Mar IE CHAPEL HILL. Blackburn vt Co. from Caldwell county, arc in this beat threshing wheat. Elmer Parish and wife, of France, were the guests of .1. C Adams and wife, Saturday night and Sunday, and attended church Sunday. Sam Carrick, of Oak Grove, was at church here Sunday. Those on the sick lit are W. H. Bigham and Rob Minner. Bob Enoch and wife, of Illinois, is visiting .J. C. Long and family. Ben Wigginton, oi Marion, was in this beat Thursday, and purchased a mare of Charlie Clement. N Miss Bulah Austin, of New Salem, is the guest of Miss Jennie Clement this week. B. F. Walker and M. G. Jacobs went to Craynevillo, Saturday. Wheat in stack and now ready for a thresher. i W. H. Ordway, of Crayneville, at- tended church here Sunday. Mr. Fred Hill and Miss Mattie Perry, of Chapel Hill, attended the Children's Day exercises at Deer Creek, Sunday. John Jennings and sister, of Ma-Hon, attended church Sunday....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 August 1907

?& .VW . -H u ' ttffe fi BtV " uriilmfcti VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNT. KENTUCKY, AUGUST I, 1907. NUMBER 9 STATE VETERINARIAN Mikts Close Eiamnatlon of Sick Animal Belonging to C. R. Netcom Ei- plains the Diseise P T. Eescnniau, State of Louisville, was in the city Monday !Ic camo down to examine a mare belonging to C. It. New. r m Mr. Ncwcom had owned the an rnal about three years. About t t tunc he come in possession of her, If noticed the mare was running at Oe nose. Ho applied all the rs he knew of, but they did not tc the condition of the animal, t pen examination by the State rtermarian, it was discovered that tie marc wai infected with glaudcis. This wag io reported and the Fiscal ( curt appraised the animal, after wlixh It was killed and buried. Dr Ecsenman gave the following history of the disease "Glanders is iUv to the bacillus of mallei or Glanders oau not appear in abimals unless this germ is into the system. Glanders is of an insidious character and after in- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 August 1907

rvjr"S Hi' if.W iff h mm mm ill Li & VI! w mi in Lm . kiU i mn ; IBS'' , " I n m Si 1 ;ir l! ira - ! to I i! ! 4 & iib 'il m i.H .-- . Letter From Tens. I Arlington, Texas, July 2(5, 11)07. Mr. J. 11. Kevil, Dear Sir: I had a letter from you dated the fith, which I answered. l have decided to write to you again, but on a different subject. i My father moved from Marion in , 1S75, an early day. and I never heard j him assign but one reason for coming i to Texas, and that that his boys j could get laud. He never owned j more than li) acres But he got, where his boys had a chance. There are two of us, John and myself. Wei havo handled quite a lot of land, we have several hundred acres yet, up j into the thousands. But what I want to say to you is this- I have a town site in Wheeler' county, a new town, and some land near the town and I want some set-1 tiers for the land. The land is good I farm land and anyone should be able to make a good living on the land. While the land sel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 August 1907

P1 "ife 4 IP GREATEST EXHIBITION Premium List o! Kentucky state Fair Offers $25,000 to all Classes of EiMbltors In the poultry department 300 tward will be nude on 151 elae, which include Hrahuus, Cecbiu?, Plymouth (tools, Wyandotte. Lang abatis. Orpingtons, Andalusians, Leghorn, Miooreas, Hamburg, llhode Inland lied, Pit (laruoa, Indian iamo, Gam Hantatus, other than gamt, ducks, turkey and goouc In this department Corumiasioner of Agriculture, Vrcoland, has otlorod nine prizos Aggregating flOO. There will bo 2aa awards ih ill pigeuu damnifications. This dopart metit mcludos l'outors, I'igruy I'arnori, Fan Tails. Short Face Tumbler, Cloan Lg Tumblers, Mull l.ep Tumblers, Jaoobliut, Magpies, Kuglnh Owls, Chinee Owls, Dragoons, Swallows, A rob-angle. Hunts, Show Homers, Hoeord Homer, and Flying Honiwrs. There are sweepstakes for fancy and homing pigeons. Fifty-one awards, including four Hilver cups, art otlered oh Collie dogs, thuro being 21 diilerent olassos. Tho vcgotable and melon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 August 1907

R PI I iiJVmTJI 1(1! I W vlfi I SB IP K I i w Til ! IBi ilwji lit VL-v 5h &' rtrrr it K wTv SI! :1r lr a Sj I awJi s& to mmKmmmmammmmmmmimm W" ? "tH""" '"T"? NMM WiwW Visit Us At Your Earliest Convenience to Your Advantage ! WINNING PRICES! WINSOME STYLE Ye Bargain Hunters Look Mere ! Clothing SUITS AND PANTS The right kind for Men, Young Men and Boys. Our WHOLE STOCK must go WE CUT THE PRICE TO SELL THEM! $10.00 buys a good $14.00 suit " " " 7.50 10.00 5.50 " " 7.50 3.00 Bos Goods 4.50 " " - " 2.00 3.00 Our $1.50 and $2.00 Pants Arc what you uant. Thcj arc here for you. Let us show you Carpets, Rugs, Druggets, and Lace Curtains. 3fjc Crittcnticn S. M. JENKINSIEditor and Fublisher. GEO. M. GR1DER, Associate Editor. I Entered at matter June 25th. at tbe pojtoffice at Marion. Kjr.. tinder tbe Act 0! Congrei ot March 3rd. ? TERMS Oh SUBSCRIPTION STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE, omne copies mailed .04 1 month walled to any address n imoota ji s months " to tt " " 'rear i.ee B years 5.1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 August 1907

"Tr-s - i wummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmib v :U ? KEEP IT QUIET! I ..r g nurry over 10 our store and see the many things we have put attractive g & prices on. We mention some of them below. Read them carefully. 5 S s$l Bear in Mind! 1 That it s not the price j you pay but the value you -C) receive that makes the gain, and here are some 2 real values at bargain & prices: s & $12 50 .'.piece suits 1150 f0 and 9.0 suits (10 3-piece uits s.50 outing suits 7.50 2.25 $S.75 S.50 0.75 5.50 1.75 -1.25 1 And you will find them just as we advertise them. ii) Al WE GIVE YOU 0000 VALUES S AND PLEASE YOU TOO .150 nml $-1 o.t. punts 2.75 2 ."0 extra panta 1.9S If you are in need of a Carpet Drugget Rug or Matting It will pay you to examine our line before buying, and we have them RIGHT NOW WHILE THEY LAST! All summer dress goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices. So don't wait until they are all sold. Remember! We Do Not Carry Over! If you don't believe we carry the nicest and best line ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 August 1907

mm . i S I t'i nts, m 3 I & m mv m ai it M U I m m ri 0 RHEUMATIS sBsnW HI V slslslslslslsWi 1 CURED BALLARD'S LIN SNOV e BW fSf 1 The Circulation Stimulated V t .. ii i . . ana me nuscies ema vjomis lubricated by using Sloaovs Lirvinveivt A Pleasant Day at Deer Greek. Tho second Sunday was mission day at Deer Creek church. Tho people boirati to come early and continued to come until a larue crowd had gathorcd, notwithstanding the extremely warm day the pastor preached on missions', taking for hi text the word "Go" found in the 23th, chapter of Mathcw and 11 verse. The sermon received marked attention. Then a collection was taken for missions amounting to dollars and thirty cents. Then all partook of a splendid dinner. In tho afternoon we had some very fine Sunday School talks by J. A. Davidson, Robert Thomas, Gladdis Threlkcldand L. A. LaRue. Then the choir sung moat beautifully "God be with you till wc meet again." Then wo were dismissed, all feeling that we had spent a pleas-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 August 1907

C0444666O40444 Consumption is less deadly than it used to be. Certain relief and usually complete recovery will result from the following treatment : Hope, rest, fresh air, and Scott' j Emulsion. ALL DRUGGISTS '0004666666666464466004 BIRDS AS BAROMETERS. Ctinge Color With Weather and Are Declared New to Make Mistakes. t n collection or boars' tuxktf, frous horns, bows, poinonod darto, spear, leopard' ikin'n t bird, tho Swotlish bark, "k,..iu, cant anchor ofl 1 joatoruay after a trip of y tur days from I'omba Way, I "ipuif Kast Africa. Krionds . jmt oil from shore, and 'In bailor wore waltnii on k mih pretty ulrta to tho music m at unlor.il olao and frtond of . j water rover, tho acoordoou. i , a of Noro architecture imly on their porohe? (look ' i all bird of about the mxo of j'.r. otico gaudy ornaments of i 4 u i; rove Irea of tho Kast ooasl, w ooberod in eolor and tern- Jin nt and abbreviated in plumage tiatlr ehaugaa. ' t ('. 1. Mattson interrupted a . f cat with bin oiueors in t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 August 1907

LHr r:2wBmmmmsmmmMl If n It f w P CM I NEW SULEM. No bad sickness. The hottest weather last week that we haTe had for years in this section. This section was blessed with a fine rain Sunday evening. John Caperton and wife, of Berrys Terry, were the guests of relatives in this section last week. Henry Brouster returned from Dawson Friday. No wheat threshed yet. It sccius impossible to get a thresher in this community. Our young people are promised a good time at Will Conyers' Saturday night, Aug. 3. A musical and ice cream supper with a fat man's race. "We won't name the parties entered for the race. Our young people enjoyed themselves Saturday night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Keubcn Wheeler at an ice cream social. Mrs. Fannie Travis and daughters, Misses Nellie aud Gracey, were the guests of relatives in this section the past week. Mrs. Hallic Baker and children returned from Dawson last week. George Daniels, of Lola, was a caller in our section Sunday. Judge Mahan is having h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 August 1907

i i ft NT NEW SALEM. No bad sickness. The hottest weather last week that we haTe had for years in this section. This section was blessed with a fine rain Sunday evening. John Caperton and wife, of Berrys Ferry, were the guests of relatives in this section last week. Henry Broustcr returned from Dawson Friday. No wheat threshed yet. It seems impossible to get a thresher in this community. Our young people are promised a good time at Will Conyers' Saturday night, Aug. 3. A musical and ice cream supper with a fat man's race. We won't name the parties entered for the race. Our young people enjoyed themselves Saturday night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Wheeler at an ice cream social. Mrs. Fannie Travis and daughters, Misses Nellie and Gracey, were the guests of relatives in this section the past week. Mrs. Hallie Baker and children returned from Dawson last week. George Daniels, of Lola, was a caller in our section Sunday. Judge Mahan is having his residence remodeled. The Ran...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 August 1907

III ' if-? .33 i i . r & B "l! rA Vrtsr IJhflWJJjW! '. v .;''": -- . P?W',VV ' .y -v- fcr -v rt t - ' " ' 5 tiffmmu mtmtm t& VOL 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST I, 1907. NUMBER 9 STATE VETERINARIAN Mikit Close Eiannatlon of Sick Anlnl leUnging U C. R. Newcon Ei- plimt tht Disuse F. T. Ecscnman, State Veterinarian, of Louisville, was in the city Monday. He came down to examine a mare belonging to C. R. New-corn. Mr. Newcom bad owned the animal about three years. About the time he come in possession of her, he noticed the mare was running at the nose. He applied all the remedies he knew of, but they did not improve the condition of the animal. Upon examination by the State Veterinarian, it was discovered that the mare was infected with glandcis. This was so reported and the Fiscal Court appraised the nimal, after which it was killed and buried. Dr. Kesenman gave the following history of the disease: "Glanders is due to the bacillus of mallei or Glanders can not...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 August 1907

Letter From Texas. Arlington, Texas, July 20, 1907. Mr. J. 13. Kevil, Dear Sir: 1 had a letter from you dated the ."th, which I answered. I have decided to write to you again, j but on a different subject. My father moved from Marion in 1S75, an early day, and I never heard hiiu assign but one reason forcouiini; to Texas, and that va, that his boys could get laud. He never owned more than 100 acres. But he got where his boys had a chance. There are two of us, John and myself. We have handled quite a lot of land, we have several hundred acrc yet, up into the thousand. But what I want to say to you is this I have a town site in Wheeler county, a new town, and some land near the town and 1 want some settler" for the land. The land is trood farm land and anyone should be able to make a good living on the land. While the land sells for only $10. to 20. per. acre, yet it is certainly worth $40. to $50. per acre. I want four families that are of good moral character, I would prefer that th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 August 1907

.i ' V Y.-, . I .!. 'm', v.j i; fi'iS -K WTTfl 5rw.y lw AT v 1 i ' i u ECr .t1 n HnGHHHHHHBEHPi " ' i i - - t.ww' b Aift .-. .. v "!. i.H"wr y ? a -. i .. T?i-T. .v- - .r a. ,a vi . ... BEIfSWfiiBriKBBiKAT IMFHnJlTrMfc mwmm T ' n ...,) j ,w V - ? jrV : - J- GREATEST EXHIBITION Premium List ot Kentucky State Fair Offers $25,000 to all Glasses of Exhibitors In the poultry department 300 awards will be made on 151 classes, which include Brahmas, Cochin, Plymouth Kocks, Wyandotte:, Orpingtons, Andalusians, Leghorns, Minorcas, Hauiburgs, Rhode Island Reds, Pit Games, Indian Games, Game Bantams, Ban-tame- other than game, ducks, turkeys and geese. In this department Commissioner ot Agriculture, Vreeland, has oSered nine prizes aggregating $100. There will be 2ss awards in D4 pigeon classifications. This department includes Pouters, Pigmy Pouters, Carriers, Fan Tails, Short Face Tumblers, Clean Ldg Tumblers, Muff Leg Tumblers, Jacoblins, Magpies, English Owls, Chinese Owls, Tur-bits, Drago...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 August 1907

y :' v G3i SZZZ3Q (Si URN B3i En '?iv ' "" ' 'i"-1 wrWS!5?9wiSSi5Bn?pW5 mm&&V'rv& vi' - , . ;? Visit Us At Your Earliest Convenience to Your Advantage ! WINNING PRICES! WINSOME STYLE ! Ye Bargain Hunters Look Here ! Clothing SUITS AND PANTS The right kind for Men, Young Men and Boys. Our WHOLE STOCK must go WE CUT THE PRICE TO SELL THEM ! 310.00 buys a good $14.00 suit " " " 7.50 10.00 " " " 5.50 7.50 3.00 Bos Goods 4.50 " " - " 2.00 3.00 Our $1.50 and $2.00 Pants Are u hat you uant. They are here for you. Let us show you Carpets, Rugs, Druggets, and Lace Curtains. We are authorized to announce R. H. THOMAS a candidate for Assessor, to fill out the unexpired term of J. Anthony Davidson, subject to the action of the Republican party. He endorses the local .option law. All those who owe us a dollar or more on subscription, will not receive any more papers. So those who fail to receive a paper, please send us the amount due us and renew your subscription. Tiik Wo present el...

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