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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 24 August 1909

'. 1 i : i !!l! It; fc'S & ' K. r - J bN rj wa ?. ih.; iV 3 r.i . - i - vUt lis tk -? ri 4 - rHtriMI We Give Away Gold Trading Stamps The TwiccaW e c k RecordPress. The Courier Journal says that the TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. N. E. CALMEs Editor snd Publisher. Entered n matter February gth, IOC7 at the poitoice at Marion. Kentucky under fh? Act c( Congress of Mareli j. iSrj. One Dollar the Year in Advance. CASH ADVERTISING RATES :e per inch S. C to Pweiiii Advertisers. 20c per inch S C to Hxr)e Advertisers. Repeated ids one-half rate. lictal b.sei oolr used for Places and Electros. Lctalt jc per line Locals ioc Per line in tweWe point type. Announcements, We are authorized to announce Judge TH05. J.cNUNN, as a candidate for Appellate Judge of this, the First Appellate Court District, subject to the action of the Democatic Party. Primary, first Tuesday in November, 1909. The Cadiz ltord and Morgapfield Sun are the cleanest aud neatet sheets on our exchange list W hat trie circus aud t...

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. — 24 August 1909

:&, t Js -& .s t .iK U U &i: -'k 4 LOOK! LOOK!! A 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. 4 A A 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 9. " 6. 6, 4.25 T Oakley. tf W, Ut Hodges, ol'Sturgis, while I m Marion Saturday subscribed for I the den Foster was in Marion jday with a oar load of Western horr icllinc (juito a number of theru, do not know oi any other pill that 11 as good an lMVitt's Little Karly Hisers, the famous little liver pi!, small, goutlc, pleasant and surf pills with a reputation. Sold by i all IruiiKlsts, Sept 1 I H. Catlclt, editor of the leader and the Democratic jinrr j.ir Senator from this district, was m Marion Saturday. Da r Woods, one of the most I r n. nrnt farmers ...

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. — 24 August 1909

iTSV" fl rf r'fti i 4 I? , - J' .1 u -,- t i i r so MARION DIRECTORY, J. G. ROCHESTER Lavtyer And Commissioner Of Crittenden Circuit Court, Ofpick In Court House tard. 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 postoffice bld'g. T. C. STONE Agent For THE NATIONAL MONTHLY, Norman E. Mack, Editor. Office With Record-Press. WALTER A. BLACKBURN Attorney at law and Judge of the Crittenden County Court. Practice in The Circuit Court and Court of Appeals. Collections Given Prompt Attention. Office In Court House. J. C. SPEECE Proprietor of a first-class restaurant AND COFFECTIONARY. All kinds of soft drinks. Meals at all hours. Take special care of my Customers. Salem St., - - Marion, Ky. CITY BARBER SHOP WALTER McCONNELL. Prop., J. A. MOCABEE, Assistant. Jenkins Building, Carlisle Street. HENRY & HENRY Dealers In High Grade Marble. Granit...

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

? r n ft ! ' --( ' - 15 . . : Twice-a-Week Record-Press TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. VOL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUG., 24 1909 NUMBER 15 t i i i- e kt L.V. VS. I. WHAT THE CA1DIZ RECORD THINKS OF The Tobacco Situation The Good . to Come Clearly Proven During the Last Few Years The Hccord thinks there is a great opportunity for the Tobacco The good to come has boon clearly proven during the past few years. Of course, sonic mistakes have boon made, and some who have sever been its real friends bavo taken advantage of this fact to break up the Asiociation, hut tho tobacco growers of the Black Patch needs no further proof of the good it has done tho producing masses of this territory. There are differences to settle, but this should be done along the lice of the most good to tho greatest number, and no man should permit prejudice or narrowness to guide his action in the matter. The destruction of the Association at this time mean" worse conditions than existed when he Associat...

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. — 24 August 1909

v p u B3 KS-o n tOw " Ncpoz ico c. 2 "OH, .S5B 'U! m i v -. , . , ''n ? 25 Pair 4.00 CASTOR ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT I tag Hie S lomachs ondDowIs of. Proraolcs DigcstionCheerful ncss and Rest.ConiaInsncitlw OpiimuMorphinc norMiacral. Not Narcotic. JtrctpecfOldDrSIMCEimCEm Ihzvfkzi Seed' jtUSana ytmseSttd typtrniinf Hi Ouimna ma Mm Sera- Ctantltd Sjgo" ntmnym aillsnr. Anerfecr Remedv forConsfoia Hon , Sour Stomach.Dlarrhoca Worms .Convulsions lacS'unile Signature of NEW eedum YORK. Exact Copy of Wrapptr. 2.7t) 25 " 3.30&3. One Lot $15 00 Suits for $10.00 One Lot $12.50 Suits for $10.00 One Lot 10.00 " " 0.00 j One Lot S.50 Coats&Pant 4.25 One Lot $(..50 Coats and Pants For $3 00 100 HOYS 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 Bears the Signature of -l tJVth . , t',lfv' -'''"' - -...

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. — 24 August 1909

Geo. Foster was in Marion Saturday with a car load of Western horses, selling quite a number of them. We do not know ol any other pill that is as good as DoWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little liver pills small, geutlc, pleasant and sure pills with a reputation. Sold by all druggists. Sept 1 J. R. Catlctt, editor of the Princeton Leader and the Democratic nominee for Senator from this district, was in Marion Saturday. Dave Woods, one of the most prominent farmers and stock dealers of Union county, bought a oar load of fine sheep here Saturday for his farm. Haynes & Taylor havo a complete line of school books, tablets, pencils, etc. yT. and Mrs. Henry and children, of Blodgctt, Mo., are guests of Lor parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Finlcy. Hubbard's. Restaurant ready day and night. Mips Agnes Orr, of Princeton, was the guest of Mrs. W. 0. Tucker and Miss Virginia Nunn, the later part of last woek. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore and children, of Madisonville, who have been the guests ...

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. — 24 August 1909

f '"I MARION DIRECTORY. J. G. ROCHESTER Lawyeii And Commissioner Of Crittenden Circuit Court, Offick In Court Housb yard. MARION ELEC LIGHT a 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 postoffice bld'g. T. C. STONE Agent For THE NATIONAL MONTHLY, Norman E. Mack, Editor. Office With Record-Press. WALTER A. BLACKBURN Attorney at law and Judge of the Crittenden County Court. Practice in The Circuit Court and Court of Appeals. Collections Given Prompt Attention. Office In Court House. J. C. SPEECE Proprietor of a first-class restaurant AND COFFECTIONARY. All kinds of soft drinks. Meals at all hours. Take special care of my Customers. Salem St., - - Marion, Ky. CITY BARBER SHOP WALTER McCONNELL, Prop., J. A. MOCABEE, Assistant. Jenkins Building, Carlisle Street. HENRY & HENRY Dealers In High Grade Marble, Granite and White Limestone Monuments, Whitehouse Buildin...

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. — 27 August 1909

- In the September number of the National Monthly, under the head of "Women of the Democracy at Washington," appears the picture of Mrs. Ollie M. James. After speaking in high compliment of Mrs. Jos. W. Bailey, wife of Senator Bailey, of Texas, pays the following high complement to the wife of our loved Congressman of the proud Old First District; "The Lone Star State, however, bas a loag ways to go if it means to wiest the palm lrom Kentucky when ii comes to a question of beau. tiful and fascinating women. Kentucky has grown up witk tho idea in mind that its horses and its woman not to mention another celebrated product are the finest in the world an Ken,ucky rarely goes away ira its judgment of any one of the three So Mrs. Ollie Janws, wife of Beproseutative James of the First District of tho "blue- graBs" State, maj catily account for her popularity among the members of the Congressional contingent in Washington. Mrs. Ja,mcs has been an official hostess nearly six years, which pe...

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. — 27 August 1909

B3 mJLa The Twicca'W c c k RecordPress TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. N. E. CALMEs Editor md Publisher. Entered ai miner February 3th. 1007 at the iiosto&ce at Marion. Kentucky, under fhe Act of Conzress or March j. tiro. One Dollar the Year in Advance. CASH ADVERTISING RATBS: je per inch S C. to lireien Ailvertiiers. 2oc ptt inch b C to Home Alvtrtlter Kcpeateil nil one-halt r.iie. Metal baft only used (or I'li'.ei and Ulectrot. LccaU so Per line. I ioc Per lint In twelve point type. EEI Announcements, We are authorized to announce Judge THOS. J. NUNN, is a candidate for Appellate Judge of this, the First Court District, subject to the action of the Democatic Party. Primary, first Tuesday in November, 1909. The Oracle at I.iwon will be sold for on Sep'. Sth. It takes monev to tun a newspaper. A miuute report of the Institute will appear in Tuesday's issue of the All desiring extra copies will call duriuu' the week and let the fact te known. What i tb iivittrr witli the candidates kr ti ...

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. — 27 August 1909

)s i 4 f ''! Tr 1 i OUR STORE IS NOT A CIRCUS y But we are showing more genuine values than you will find anywhere else in the county. We are closing out all Summer Goods at Prices that will save you money. These prices will not continne much longer, t the time for Fall Goods to come in, is almost here. . y ft If you want a good Suit of Clothes for less money than you could buy incm Wholesale w eomeseewhat you can get from us. We have some brokon lots, that you can get for 1 a) most your own price. v Extra Bargains in Laces and Embroideries If you want to see the best value i(7 Extra Pants you ever looked at Ask To See Ours. Close-out Lots We are agents for the Standard Patterns Dr. F.w. Nunn, Dentist Press Bldg. W. II. Cophcr was in Kvansvillc Tuesday. Miss Kva Clement is thu guest of Miss Luetic Nunn, of Ilcnshaw. Hubbard's restaurant is the place to feed your face, Miss Pearl Doss loft Sunday lor Corydon, to be the guest of Miss Duncan. Mr. A. F. Cridcr and children left Thursday...

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. — 27 August 1909

for Women Free There is a great difference in the purposes to which a laxative should be put. Tablets and pills, salts, etc., are usually violent purgatives or cathartics, and altogether too powerful for the average person. A woman at all times needs only a mild laxative In fact, nono other Is needed by anyone, weak or strong though they may be, for the object is simply to move the bowels, and If a gentle laxative will do It, what Is the use of a violent one? Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has earned a well-deserved voruo among women and children and old folks people who must necessarily be careful of what they take. It Is a liquid laxative tonic and admittedly the greatest stomach, Ifver and bowel remedy before the American people. The price Is only 60 cents or $1 a bottle, as It comes In both sizes, and all druggists sell It. Its pleasant tasto ana gentlo action make It an Ideal remedy for women In constipation, torpid liver, sour sick headache, heartburn and such like digestive comp...

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. — 27 August 1909

OL. 31 Twice HE NATIONAL MONTHLY MAKES Creditable Mention ol Mrs. Ollle M. James, wltc.ot Our Distinguished Congressman. In the September number of the in l iirh eomplimont of Mrs. Jos. W. !' ngrcimnn of the proud Old First District 'The Lone Star State, however, ki ts tudgmcnl of auv one of the thrfo So Mrs Ollic .Janves, wife of James of the First District of the "blue graBs" Slate, !ina,y easily account for her popularity among the members of the Con greJnal contingent in Washington, Mrs. .! atnes has been an official ostein nearly six years, winch period covers her married life. Sho is one of the aioM Ltcinatiug women in puMie life and thoroughly enjojs the Congressional soasons in ttijiton, liaef rc hor marriago to Mr. ty Mr James, Mrs. James was Miss Hut li Tiiomaa of Marion, one of the' best arotiB country riders in the state famed for its horsewomou. Sho dearly Ioyoh everything that, takes one outdoors and sweeps victory her way on tho tennis courts or galf rinks any time he...

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. — 27 August 1909

m ibc An w uaacreaa w aurea a, u1". One Dollar the Ycir in Advaoee. C HSU ADVlirmiSG t't ear lack ft. C t Fari A4rtiarfa. toe par iacb S C to Ho A4atiaara VU baM oalr 3e4 Ik Ptatei Locate toe Par lis ia tl aaiat im. Announcements. We are authorized to announce , T..,4o TUAC I VITVV '. lata Court District, subject to the action of the Deiaoeatic Party. Prima;-, first Tuesday in November. 1209. The Oracle at ioo mU be -old for ob ?p -th. It takei soaey to ran a oespiper. All desinog eiuaa tfAnU; Till mfi . t Amr fi tV tm b.4 t let the fiot tc rnTe. What : tV' n'?z wiih the cib didite ' r t ? i; oi i4ces f p t n 5or fir" N?i: K.mt lnti;l Eu llBuJ nmor: m i M V vet ncss and ReXootiai ncsc OpumuMorphce rwrMstnL Not Narcotic. tsrt j oil jessmnzns AbcJaaf Aaaritri &?' natra ApsrSfct fesedy for . Sour Stosach.DIamm "Worms f omTilsxmj ncssandLossOFSiiXP. ISi Fa: Scale SSarsrt cf fcci yV YORK. K? mmmalmmmmmmH jfjuarameeTi mderttcr5odnA Exact Copy of Wrapper. to sax this Soar is nmmmmnmmmm...

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. — 27 August 1909

. t is .i Mk ti. .is ti i i. fc 1 OUR STORE IS NOT A CIRCUS ), But we are showing more genuine values than you will find anywhere else in the county. We are closing out t all Summer Goods at Prices that will save you money. These ..prices will not continue much longer, as 4 the time for Fall Goods to come in, is almost here. I f A. Jk fc A 9 A g W A J g m g g M M m m m it you wciii 1 a oou ouu of vioincs lur icst money man you oouiu ouy incm wvnoiesaie w eomesee what you can get from us. We have some brokon lots, that you can get for ai most your own price. 14 Extra Bargains in Laces and Embroideries If you want to see the best value in Extra Pants you ever looked at Ask To See Ours. Close-out Lots We arc agents for the Standard Patterns K &!SCrtZr. H ruun.'liani, Ala. TM Dr F v. Nunn, Dentist Press Hldg. W. II. Coplior was in Kvansvillo (Tuesday. Miss Ka Clement in tlitt guost of Mies Lueilo Nunn, of Hcnahaw. Hubbard - restaurant is tltc place It i Joed ynur faro. M Piwl Doss l...

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. — 27 August 1909

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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. — 31 August 1909

. - . ... i- i .. 'jm i- i.n.na f - ' ( i- ' va . - n - .wwv. I Aff. T "-) -- "' r " . .ST ' e ." ' t ' ' J ' Twice-a-Week Record-Press TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. VOL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY,. KENTUCKY, AUG., 31 1909 NUMBER 17 1 1 1 " .J WIND UP OF OUR REDUCTION SALE i 4 $ 4 4 4 4 $ 4 beptember the r ourth is . the .Last , Day ODDS IN CLOTHING OUT 10.00 5.00 .tnii $5 00 1 50 and $-1.00 .HO 2 25 and 2.50 2 UO 1.50 . 1.00 50 TO CLOSE $5.00 and Hi 00 Cont & Punts $2 50 2.ro : oo odd Coats l.oo $3 50 Linen Suits 1.50 Big Stock of Suits and Pants at Cut Prices 6 12. SO and $14 00 Suits for $V 0.75 3 75 Pants for $.'1 50 j:, " 2.25 ' 1.75 " ' 1 50 1.10 ' " .i5 " ' .10 Also Boys a n (1 Children's Clothing Just as Cheap, 50o 25o KEEP YOUR EYES: ON THE PRICES Men's Underwear. I'nderwcur 40c Unilcrwoiir 20c Ties. fill cont Ties Go at 35 cents 25 cont Tien io at 20 conl Druggets. $1 I 00 Druggats $11.00 12 00 Druggots 8.7.) Big Lot of Matting Choap for Cash. To Clean Up four Lawns 25 cent...

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. — 31 August 1909

ji 'i j . it t , c, 'i .- i For Men, Women, Children BOYS PANTS-KNEE PANTS IL The Best Kind FOR The Least Price CLOTHING The c c k RecordPrcss biggest, brightest and best that ever TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. , passed through the streets of Sha. N. E. CALMES Editor nd Publisher. Entered ai second-clan matter February gtb. ioc7 at the potto&ce at Marion. Kentnckr. under fhe AetotCoorreitof March j. li-i. One Dollor the Year in Advance. CASH ADVERTISING RATES ic per inch S C to Foreign Adrertiiert soc tr inch S C to Home Advertiier. Repeated ads one half rate. Metal bates onlr used (or Plates and Electros. Locals 5C per line Lccals toe Per line in tweWe point trre. Announcements, We are authorized to announce Judge THOS. J. NUNN, as a candidate for Appellate Judge of this, the First Appellate Court District, subject to the action of the Democatic Party. Primary, first Tuesday in November, 1909. It does look as if the whisky part of Kentucky was going to the bad. The pavements in the con...

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. — 31 August 1909

1-TE T tj. . j X OUR STORE IS NOT A CIRCUS :fi But we are showing more genuine values than you will find anywhere else in the county. We are closing out K all Summer Goods at Prices that will save you money. These prices will not continue much longer, as the time for Fall Goods to come in, is almost here. If you want a good Suit of Clothes for less money than you could buy them Wholesale w eomeseewhat you can get from us. We have some brokon lots, that you can get for almost your own price. v Extra Bargains in Laces and Embroideries If you want to sec the best value in Extra Pants you ever looked at Ask To See Ours. Close-out Lots We arc agents for the Standard Patterns MANUFACTURERS' RECORD ilkol Kentucky And Her Progress' From tlio Aujr, 12)1,, number of !nufcturers' Hccord wo clip the kllourinc notes II. K Warrington, chief engineer the Now Orleans V Texas Pacific nlway, has awarded tho contract ir the removal of UOO.OOU yards of rt, preparatory to construction of a ncrcte bridge...

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. — 31 August 1909

PJ -n-- - jr . ffl !f MMMMM h.:J r S GSJiy ggggi ONLY BIG SHOW TO BE HERE THIS YEAR! pnaMM !'M5 K li .1 tf SIIxQKK John Robinson's Shows c NEW ACTS 100 Orton's Great Buggy Riding act lW s Cr? I" f IN , i : hi E." 5 s I..' t t .rf rr: At ? B l jff .P 1 l-T 1 I 4S S 100 Feature Acts. 43 O arTEnrrjjrmniEIDEH A. " IV . BARRT UVF .-,, 'Ii kv flur . .-TT- TMUUT TW rtnic riiNB, (From Henderson Journal O 100 Noted Actors. Great Riders Most Noted Acrobats Famed Gymnasts S 50 Clowns 10 Menagerie Acts 3 Troupe Trained Horses S 3 Horse Back Riding Sea Lions 3 48 Troupe Japanese and Arabs. 8 Castello Riding Act Tarant's Casting Act Mcncrva Sisters Iron Jau Act Castencttc sliding doun 60 feet incline on his head s& O Warren Travis champion hca. weight lifter, lifting m elephant, holding 12 men on platform on his chest, aw nllnuinf run hitf 1nvuHI nnfr.mnhilp; tn run ncr hie bod). Two Herds of Big Performing Elephants oVIock. TVv di'cmb rk"d br" and ' to his neighbors he was a type of the nacl...

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. — 31 August 1909

rr!s:wc 'r ?i "i1 "- "'tifcii ,Ujvri 1 A l Record-Press t , TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. I VOL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUG., 31 1909 NUMBER 17 jp PV V V V V PA' 'I1 pi" V V V V wMr V pf V V PA V V V W 'Mr i 'Mr 'Mr V 'Mr 'Mr 'Mr 'Mr 'Mr 'Mr 'Mr 'Mr 'Mr "A"1 'Mr V V V "li" 'Mr 'Mr Mr 'Mr 'Mr V V pl' V 'Mr f WIND UP OF HUH REDUCTION SALE 4 4 V u b k 5 I v & 4 4 September ODDS IN CLOTHING OUT 10.00 S.00 and COO JS.OO Pauts 3 SO and $1.00 " ::oo 2 2S and 2. SO 2.00 " l.SO. 1.00 " SO ' TO CLOSE SS.OO and $(j 00 Coat & Punts $2 SO 2. SO " :!' 00 Odd Coats 1.00 $3 SO Linen Suits l.SO Big Stock of Suits and Pants at Cut Prices S12.S0 and $U 00 Suits for ?S.SO " ;.7S " :$ 7S Tor $3 SO " 2 7S ' 2.2S ' 1.7S l.SO ' 1.10 1 ' . i) .40 THE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE ADJOURNED FRIDAY was Well Attended, Well Enjoyed and a Success In Every Feature. LESS THAN HALF THE SECRETARY'S REPORT GIVEN IN THIS ISSUE The Institute convened on Monday Aug. 23 , in the Graded School, building at Marion. ...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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