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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 September 1905

f mme j r A PEW PACTS TO CONS s s If we sell you better goods for same money or same goods for less money than you get elsewhere, -Why Not Buy From Us ? jam w w jmm moymwLjm jt'v-j-y..''..'m.jm,n ;-aswwsaaas -ss-ws- -hs-m"- ' n r s s s s s s - J "STERLING" SUITS Arc bciuh tailored and tinhhed by hand. Wc have them in the latest .styles and weaves, also in double and single breasted blacks. "Perfection" .Suits for boys, are first doss in every respect. You should buy the best when they cost no more. New Line of LION BRAND Shirts and Collars. Hots, Caps and Gloves, Neckwear, Suspenders, Underwear and Hosiery. W. L. Douglas Shoes for Men, and Duttenhofer's Pine Shoes for Ladies Have no superiors and you can get no better, no matter what you pay for them. Complete line of School Shoes For Boys and Girls. Dress Goods and waistings, all new and of the lat est weaves and patterns. Plain and change able silks. Newest styles in neckwear and belts. GINGHAMS. Carpets, Rugs, Mats and Druggets. ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 September 1905

THE SUNDAY SCIIOOL. LESSON I, FOURTH QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, OCT. 1. mm- Vi T of BOWELS are delicate and no drastic purga tives should ever be given. Neither should a mother give herchild any concoction con taining opiates. If necessary to assist Nature to' move the little one's bowels give it one-quarter teaspoonful Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Pleasant to the taste contains nothing which can harm the most delicate organism. Physicians will testify to the truth of this state ment. See page 21 of our book of "Proofs." Write for it today. Hrt Allle Jvbioa. of rnr City. Itt., VTtw: "Mr trtrn o.lSt A btbr ws tmbl.4 a pw sal wua hi. tiooiMk ul bwl. I k4 triad inmui fall't wiik to sooS rwuiu. u.UI Ik bakr loti amcs flMk. hat wm la poor koltk. A m4 raoomBtBd a CiSw.U. Srrup Prs.1. I rocgre4 k to. bolil. lb. ivai Hon Mid Ik mdiv taUbbraacur4it)f tsSiractieai. trtrrwkick Uwr u decide tispnnsmf It Ik kU Modi tlo. iUtt kM rin k!s Mttop Pttaii It kbul atoet. witk rj utl.rMtorf mulia, kn...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 September 1905

11 Mil Ulll ,eather Is to Be UbciI For Dec- orative Purposes. LL 1IK0WN II IIS AltK 1'01'ILAK rlti l.ace Mold Ita Ona In Faroe. (M-parale fJIrdlra Ara So l.uocer HO Huh 4 lunr I. ara for Vtikaa a. ad aiocka Milliner Mmlra. I.cntlicr Ik K"ltiK t miiko llHcIf no- ii.. . i. ...... .ii.-.. .ti...i 1.. . .... llll'lll'l,. HI I "i him OIOIOM nil' nruntjii, tllllllKll, It It tll OXfeltloll of till' VHt, IIn iipilli'iitliiii will lie fur more (IIh erect tlvin It wiiii IiikI winter, narrow ililiik'i niul collur furlou rcirceutlnii the chief funclca. H.one cxcct,itlnu will ed fullneai, and Uie aVrohle braaatad effect with ahawl oollnr of utile and Velvet In Hiuiirt In the extreme. The rlMMulsettti nud choker are of white mull. The ulHliop alcerca are trimmed with turned buck velvet cuITh. MILLINERY MATTERS. For curly iiiltilinii we:ir :t : I . Indeed, all tlit'jiiu'i I lie w;ile;' liatx lllil'Ie of ehenllle me iriiiiilcd ililte 11 voue. Those clicullSc hutH nre uot exai'tly Hew, but In (he re...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 September 1905

Til New Goods in New . Quarters ! We have at our store the quality that the people have long been looking for, and Hie prices are within the reach of all. We are enjoying a liberal patronage but want a larger one for we can buy all the good things we can sell-and we surely sell the goods. We have Gone to the Markets the Second Time this Season. i i 5- i i i ! r i i r i : ! i ( i i f NECKWEAR AND SHIRTS FOR MEN. All of the latest styles of Ties for men can be found at The Palace and we sell that ever-welcome brand of Shirts known as the tluett Peabody a shirt that will wear twice as long as other brands. Have you ever worn one? If not come to The Palace. HATS PRICES $ 1 .00 TO $4.50. The fall seasor calls for the Woolen Hats and the laying aside of the Panama and Straw Hats. When you want a new Hat come to The Palace. Only the best brands at prices to suit you. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. The cool and chilly mornings remind us that we shall soon have to don our heavier Clothing. We have the bes...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 October 1905

5e irasf EHEEE U VOLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY OCTOBER 6, 1905 NUMBER 3 3B J" I I i ir AS uat REGISTRATION Day for Hie Men at Hie Polls . in the City LADIES ALSO REGISTERED A Mighty Throng Inscribed Their Names at tiaturatc Opening ol Hayncs 1 Taylor mi Qtmm IS Ui STRUT While the Marion voters went regis- termg Hi the various prormrtj or me j ritv1urwlny.it waa alao r "if it r nn j day for the Udie l Hayne Taylor's U-Biitiful tirw ilroaf at'irc. Thi u-j lar firm In ever equal l an emergen y and registration day was no exception to the rule for they were "therewith Ihr punts " and a ready scheme fur Ihr . pressed believer in woman's rights. I'retty s!i-se Kill Gray and M.I.lred llatne presided over the registrsti.m la! I.- ). re every Uly and muse in the nty i t requeued l come and in-cni r their nsrm. sfter who h tin y ..uld be given a m e h'X f Freeman's !:ice powder or a lttle of delicate r- r i-.r. csc ially trx rvvl f T U tn. , At thr d..M. ..f u. : h a. u.ui cunt tlie...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 October 1905

wti-tttrrrrTTTTTrrrrr ffitfitm TTTTTTTTTT BEN HOLDEN I By IRVING BACHELLER CopyrUht. 1900. by LOTHROP PUBLISHING COMPANY 4ffft ttttttttttttttttT mnntttmtttttmtttmitt Synopsis of Previous Chapters. CHAI'TKH 1 - I am left an orihati at six and am saved from adissolute uncle by Kben Holden, an old man who has worked for mv father. I'ncle Kb takes me through the wilderness from Ver-1 in-n t to eek a new home in New York ; State. I II.-Our adventures in the woods. Uncle Kb scares away a panther. i "III. A woman presents a little wajf-1 n to tnr, to which Kred. our dog", is j 'itched. A man tries to enter our Mtnp in :he woods. IV.-I'ncle Kb repulses the intruder. v .stay in an old cabin and are warned , .urimr ine nic;ht to leave by its mystf ious owner. 'II I meet Jim I Peary, a country poet who takes n likinit to me. I am almost frozen to death and am saved by L'n ele Kb. VIII -Hope and I try to save our old doe; from the butcher's hands, but are compelled by circumstances to leave him...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 October 1905

OLIi FASHION LETTER. New Sleeves Are to Have Very Little Fullness. Till'. Al'TO HATPIN A NOVII.TY Imra Will ftelga Kaitreme Hi Triumph of lb l.lnarrl PetHnial. Itnlursl Pliira la llv Knrn mm Or. uiimrnta Vlotfea For loini- folka. hiloi'Vl- !( II I toil. Hi!' Ilil-llisi I-, lllll llin r-ll-ele Hill', "( f:ir 111 flllllli-Hi Ih roii'crne.l, I pushed wnll up iilmvo the Hum, mill wnino of tin- plainer anlu rilmu no fullnina nt nil I'li-i-pt whi-re It la pjil Into tin- nrtntiole A ihmv hand Imik look n If It were Hindi- of alker 1 1 nk lie It k riiy In mi urdln.iry Unlit, Imt In tin1 mm (-hnngi- nml apiirkle. A curious tailor made Moek ha narrow vowtllke tali tnrkiit In tluati-tt ban i in nn im Slid till)' pearl l.lKkU directly In front ttin.ucti whleB two smaller tab irr pja.at A trlkh uovetfy til -ti Jet la arn In tl.r 11111 et.-lualv iii'.ltate I ihe Imilvmk i-..tret. Tt.li ipiattit Sr.tmai.rr la rm'lirtitly auovftll If I ,-lilly applied. Imt la apt to lk like Im I 1 u-lwon of li ( If...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 October 1905

Ml mm n o H 11 Si ESvl C in IMS t ; 1 " i ! fi. ' r, All the correct Fall Styles at prices which insure every purchase a Special Bargain! Sal tvery line conveys a message oi positive lasn saving lor you 2. Ml s UP 1 I i 1 It 111 , 4i ' 4, U 1 I u i f ii. 1 I 3 i WE SELL POR CASH ! We don't have to charge you anything extra for losses for we haven't any. All the best calico per yd 4 l-2c Hoosier brown domestic 5c Best apron gingham 5c Cotton batting per roll 5c Cotton sheeting per yd 5c Hope, bleach " 7 i-2c Best outing " 9c Table oil cloth i: loc Tricot flannel " 2.1 ; " TTT ' TOWELS AND TABLE LINEN! Bargains in towels and tabic damask. We can give you a bleach damask 55 inches for 23c and towels 20x30 per pair for 15c. DRESS GOODS and WAISTINGS ! All the latest styles in Dress Goods and Wo Ls tings both in silk and woolens. All go cheap for cash. UNDERWEAR ! r Hnr IVnrlerurtir fiir winter iv " you win una eiscwiu rc. jV j,". i lid per than y ni: no laps ! . .;..ui: uuueaps ;or men ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 October 1905

Vtfl A A Cs A A CT TAa A A-, A-k A- A '.A- A A A A A A A A A ''M'WWWWWWWWCf WXP W OrC IXC X0 XC OX TU OrC OX Stf I nni.! n . jtV in itfiamnp' Tour purnnasPQ jak b-aii nnn ififintfp - O - - - aw. Mia WW jWI Mens and Boys f Suits! They fit better than othcrsand arc shape retaining. Also a Complete Line J of Extra Pants Mat arc unexcelled in Stile and Quality, tailored on the bench and finish cd by hand. Dress Goods and Waislings In Silks, Broad Cloths, Serges, Mohairs, Water proof Suiting, and many other fabrics at prices to suit one and all. v.. Don't fail to 'exam ine our line before buying Carpets, Rugs, Druggets and Mats Hats, Gaps, Gloves and Collars Neckwear Suspenders Hosiery Underwear Duftenhofers Fine Shoes for Ladies None better made, no matter what you pay for them 3000000O0OOO0000O00000COOCX School Shoes FOR BOYS AMD GIRLS No cut of vamp or paper in the soles. Come and Inspect them W. L. ouglas Shoes Is the kind that wears lon ger, fits better and Jives more comfort than a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 October 1905

THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. LESSON H, FOURTH QUARTER. INTER HATfONM. SCRIES, OCT. 8. Text of Ike Lon, In. tI, KI-23. Htrnorr Vra, )ll-li.'l-iilun Trtt, Pi. iiiIt. M'omlutaurr I'rrpami b' llrr. II. M. Strra. ICopyrifht, li, by Arasrlwin Prm Asocistlun. J TlirouKlunit the whole Hlble story, which covers the wholv history of tt1 earth, It Ih ever inaulfi?it that then; t a dindly conflict tii'tw.vii tin1 mtl of the M-riK'iit ud tlic mud of tin woman, some tiK'iiil maul fcxl nt Ioiim of the same Ik'Iiik kwU Id CiiIii and AM, Jo soph's brethren uud Josfjih, riinruuh and Israel, Absnlom and Iiavld, in our lesnou of toduy, noUilily lu the Jews and Jesus, and Dually lu tin event which will take place an reeord.sl In ev. xll, 17; xvll. U, xx. in. I'aulcl cutitltiuliiK, although the kind doui chaiiKtd bauds. In suKtfustlve of Illtn whom LuiuJel nerved, who con tluues the name amid all change. Daniel's pre-eminence oyer all Uie pres ident and princes (verse 3) recall Col. 1, 18, "That In all UiIiirh He ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 October 1905

FINANCIA L .Showing all Claims Allowed from Saplember 7, 1904, lo September 7, 1905. Adams John altnd us c wit f 4 A.Jkt J : money for desk l Ail.um J r mii reitisirauuii i Adam J M - d l und t on mud Austin Hurry 1 d Mini t on road Ak'' J II 4 dp "'' 1 "n r,iu At:'-e W A M D nnd t on Mud A.Uin Frank fi d p und t on road A'Ums t 'ul 2 d p und t on road An. ! J M - and t on road AtlU k ( Mi r i d p und I on Mud Aii c 1 1 i'ii ry II il p und t on Mud An' J d p and t on mud A Urn I him W 5 d p ami t on mud Akri.li: W F work on py Nairn- work mi py Alvi J i-we 1 d p and t on mud Alvis Will 1 d l ntl t on mud Aiiuiort.h T I- ftft on py fur A !? J"- 2 d p und t on mud Akri U'f Friii.k fur rk set l-K pil Andrew Hus nil il fur co AiUiii J F hf election Aaliri.lce W K )u'li;e ileetlon A ' J MrVrf ul flection Ml m 14 ' I Z' I K H7 AinsMurOi Julian o.al fm py-. ,12 Al.-ijii.l. r Judn 1! d n und t on rd 2 Adam A (Wliran mi l county lllkliurn I'rui turn for Mud llukrr A J ahf rtn miration 11 1 O...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 October 1905

New (Goods in New Quarters ! We have at our store the quality that the people have long been looking for, and the prices are within the reach of all. We are enjoying a liberal patronage but want a larger one for we can buy all the good things we can sell-and we surely sell the goods. We have Gone to the Markets the Second Time this Season. .11 ;. i! f . 11 fl '! t ! 1 1 1 1 f. 1 I i i . h . a i IP I BVi .M - I Act - NECKWEAR AND SHIRTS FOR MEN. All of the latest styles of Ties for men can be found at The Palace and we sell that ever-welcome brand of Shirts known as the tluett Peabody a shirt that will wear twice as long as other brands. Have you ever worn one? If not come to The Palace. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. The cool and chilly mornings remind us that we shall soon have to don our heavier Clothing. We have the best Pall Underwear ever sold in Marion, and the prices will suit you. Never fail to call at The Palace and see them. II HATS PRICES $ 1 .00 TO $4.50. The fall seasor calls for the...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 October 1905

be EHEEH VOLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., OCTOBER 13, 1905 NUMBER 14 tmt Witt 3rafinL 501 STARTLING FACTS ABOUT The Democratic Manner of Manipulating tiie JURY WHEEL IN THE COUNTY forty-two Per Cent ol tbe Yotlng pop ulation to Furnish Eighty Per Cent, ol tho Jury Karnes IJILLLGAUOIElPTAVOflUDLUNT The Pre makes much alo over the court house gang. o tyled tiy it, and makes many accusations against the ufficrri of thi county, who are tryi' to dlacharge their dull a hel they mv how without regard li the wishi ii f l ho "layout" that liu secured con trol of the aid sheet. The county offi cem pay no attention to the vaporing of the Pre, for it in it lf i an irre ceuilU vacuum, nor to iU ruiitribu tora, for they are sorely pressed for an nuiir in thi campaign, and arc fearful of the low of two V. I'H in the not leg lalaturv, I" My nothing of prrtige lot through drfoal at home. H it e wih to ay here. Unit there in "gang-" or something of that tie Mrilion that iit the court hoye ur...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 October 1905

rTTTTTTTT rTTTTTTTTTl EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING BACHELLER CoprrtthU 1B00. by LOT H R Synopsis of Previous Chapters. CHAPTER I - I am loft an orphan at Bix and am saved from a dissolute unc'f by Elien Holden, an old man who has worked for my father. Uni'le Eb takes me through the wilderness trom Ver mont to seek a new home in New i ork SUite. II. -Our adventures in the woods. Uncle Eb scares away a panther. III. A woman presents a little wajj on to me, to which Ered, our dog , is 'titched. A man tries to enter our Jimp in the woods. I V. -Uncle Eb repulses the intruder. Ve stay in an old cabin and are warned Itirinff the night to leave by its myste ious owner. HI I meet Jed Peary, a country poet who tukes a liking to me. I am almost frozen to death and am saved by Un cle Eb. VIlI-Hope and I try to save our old dog from the butcher's hands, but are compiled by circumstances to leave him to starve. IX The mysterious "night man," a nocturnal prowler of the countryside, is bugaboo to the chi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 October 1905

IE JOT IE HE COE HE DO YOU LIKE TO Go Where Money Will Buy the Most? If you d tome to our store on the corner In the Carnahon Building, the old stand where Pickens & Cavender formerly kept, and you wtll find a line of goods for excellent quality and moderate prices unsurpassed. "-. tt no ivuw "VI limik kn m i ill h am ARE BLTTtR" There Are Good Values for Men In my line of Shirt. Neckwear. Hat Cap, Odd I'anU, Overall, Jumer ami full and winter underwear fur both men and boy. C'otne to my tore on the corner and the quality of my good be fore you buy elwv. here. Only the l.t valuea K' fr the money at my iitore. 30E FINANCIAL STATEMENT 0F ; CRITTENDEN COUNTY! Showing all Claims Allowed from September 7, 11)04, to September 7, 1903. (Continued from I-aM Week. I Stephen I C lu.lgc diction Sullrntrrr W II Stallion J W h(T Sullivan II I. jU'Jk'e " Sullivan J I. hll Stallxm I ley Same voting 'ac Station J"hn 4 d tn rd Stemt.ri.lg A J repair brdg 2 ii jr. 2 in iii .1 Z' 7 t 5 ii 1 u) 3 :...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 October 1905

to line Cash Store ! i gcf aa""faaal I Tyro All the correct Fall Styles at prices which insure every purchase a Special Bargain! Every line conveys a message of positive Cash Saving for you ! 3 WE SELL EOR CASH ! We don't have to charge you anything extra for losses for we haven't any. All the best calico per yd 4 l-2c Hoosier brown domestic 5c Best apron gingham Cotton batting per Cotton sheeting Hope, bleach Best outing Table oil cloth Tricot flannel per u 5C roll 5c yd 5c 7 l-2c 9c ISc 23c TOWELS AND TABLE LINENJ Bargains in towels and fdblc (Jama.sk. We can give you a bleach damask 53 inches for 23c and towels 20x36 per pair for ISc. DRESS GOODS and WAISTINOS ! All the latest styles in Dress Goods a nd Wais tings both in silk and woolens. All go cheap for cash. UNDERWEAR ! Our Underwear for winter is cheaper than you will find elsewhere. HATS and CAPS ! Hats and Caps for men an J boys. We have the cash price on them. MENS' AND BOYS' SUITS ! The New Pall Stock of mens' and boys' ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 October 1905

TWO THINGS TO BE CONSIDERED In making All your Purchases Quality and Price 1 OUR PRICES THE LOWEST AND Don't Overlook Our qualities best i-f th-j. .w-SftCfiS! Net: Neglect Your Feet finished Suits in Single and Double wear Hosiery, Underwear, Laces, W. L. Douglas Shoes for Men Breasted. We have in Blacks, fine Embroideries, Hats, Caps, Gloves, and Duttenhoffer fine Shoes for Worsted, Scotch mixtures, and our shirts, Collars, Carpets, Druggets, Ladies are the best made, no matter Penfection line for Boys are unex- Rugg School Shoes, Lace Curtains, what you pay for others. ce"e"' Curtain Poles and Window Shades. Come in and inspect our entire line. NO TROUBLE to SHOW GOODS - A Pleasure to Please. Taylor & Caiman IE 3E 30E 30E s LITTLE RECORDS. Knhar.l J. Mornii. Ir,tiat. Srh.-il honks anil arh.l supplies. Wcm.kx & Ohio.. Call on WiMiim ft Onmk fur arh book a anil srhiml supplies. Only first -claa. up-to-date J..h print na? dm at the Itn onii office. Dknman t IaK havr the newes...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 October 1905

;8 'i f i I' 5 i(C (B 1 lb r a il 5 m W 1 w In n n TrT n n mr (Btatoltar s 25 (0 ass Bamidls ! fo) o) as Uallll smes P . b W U U k UJ UJ L " M - i -a uu uuLb w w I ! Cheap Rates tor the Occasion on the Illinois Central Railroad! SIS' 5' I EVERYBODY INVITED T ATTEND $ "it..

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 October 1905

DARK BROWN TASTE Nothing makes you feel at miserable as a bilious, nauseating dark brown taste. Youri may be the most innocent dark brown taste in the world, or it may be the re sult of bending your arm chop sury or those things. No matter how you t it, you can only get rid of it oy cleaning out your stom ach and bowels. Waste no time but begin atone to take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin It will make you feel new all over, clear your brain, rrliere all discomfort, rettore your appe tite. No other medicine like it la effect or result. FYad A. Ilrarkru. t Mot. I. Tlft! 'lllitMM tiieuur to ! I U r M 4 Ut. lll HffU PTlft, I1U11 lo d ifrailoa ft4 run aneailpftuaa. mmm) I ft vftjuftbift nimi t to I ftr tom AHW ut Iftlft I rtl tekft ft Sum kf or nulni a4 p IM bm monKt wiik m kfftMt. nmat lof la kuilwwftf !." J'a Cftfth I 0 I B.Mfll Ta ITMII SYRUPCO.,MontleiH,IIL Sol' I ly Wood Orme and Taylor A liaynca. fertilizer. I will deliver two ear of the Virgin ia Carolina fertiliser at Marion and one...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 October 1905

1 y. yS tfEwMlS CaBHSk Shmm& riV!S33i r ii: l "I i I : 1 II s t If s Qualify That Satisfies And you will find the best in every linee of goods we handle. We do not sell inferior goods in order to advertise cheap prices, but we do sell high-class goods and at prices based on the smallest profit. One good article is worth more than two inferior articles We Will Risk Our Reputation Behind Our Goods and Prices :-: I! NECKWEAR AND SHIRTS FOR MEN. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. All of the latest styles of Ties for men can be found at The Palace The cool and chilly mornings remind us that we shall soon have and we sell that ever-welcome brand of Shirts known as the Cluett- to don our heavier Clothing. We have the best Pall Underwear ever Peabody a shirt that will wear twice as long as other brands. Have sold in Marion, and the prices will suit you. Never fail to call at The you ever worn one? If not come to The Palace. Palace and sec them. HATS PRICES $ 1 .00 TO $4.50. THREAD DRESS GOODS. Xhe fall s...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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