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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 October 1907

ft IS 9 "K i i F u Br ums AND BRITTON FREE Cases Charging Complicity In Cox Murder, Dismissed on Motion ol State, Loxington. Kj., Oct. J). The eases against Klbort Hargi and Hill Fritton charged with complicity in the murder of Dr. 15. 1). Cox, wore dismissed this morning on motion of Commonwealth's Attorney .John Waugh, and a similar action will probably be taken aitor the noon adjournment in the case against John Abncr, on the same charge. Attornoy .John Waugh filed a written statement, in which he said that it is impossible to make out a ease against either person without tho presence of Ir. K. C. Hakcr, of North Dakota. At the last term of court a process was taken for him and for two other on-resident witnesses, John Smith and Mosos Fcltncr. The latter two were present today. After reading his statement the prosecutor moved to dismiss the case against Hargis and JJritton, and the motion was sustained by the court Lex. Gleaner. Kennedy's Laxative CoughsSyrup is a safe, sure and ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 October 1907

rTW"laeSJ!ltii i . "i vvwtH'&r r" mnatm fc How to NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING THE KEY TO Told iff a Ma HaT hy Hr I Paaitni A run ruougli Uka illamarck's to ink I1.'' reaemWaa atartllng. u tiHMr. -Mr j, boyish ngura topped by ivhila head. manner mINmuim1, g never .uiMly msrcMl'u There. IK natal .ell. to tit preooality or en OC In aot perturaanu. Intereetlng ilTMTM In tl N nglano' -that of W 1 DotifU. of Mt Ht 1 WOt ch'eflj at t tad M miMMn at all. that the tvorM at larg knows Mr. UouicUa A af factories, yearly af eoaaat ilnc tnrea million ! of ajiuoa. end fa o Ibat luk 0t front tho aivertto'M t..luini.a of Hgkt ttOUa:i.l newspapers thee are tfco otitwarw uttrlbutoe Dial have made tit nam of W. U Douglas m familiar frtw Maine to California. Tfce etory f tho man who oukl make )4MI( e known. Ila aeeret ef (iftli'onv ni. ula life history and hla i.tnt a fcaalno snr wtu not uni be of Interval, bin f prout to evr nlas of reader l'r Hw Saecrtptlon ' hard ' "mh of a alanine fight against . r. ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 October 1907

V' ' r"w' Ur'w i, - ,,,,,,, .itlittlT" n"t tuawnnni. -, .; ' ' r . iNSiSHIHSW8Nft n I m The Styles You Want Are at Yandcll Gugcnhcim Co's. .w li. I STORE ! ere 3 OUR LOW PRICES YOUR M U 11 if ' VI f .. N P" is. 1 ATSn re Again Always Lp to dale! "7. JS2 New Coats For Ladies and Misses The New Kind ! Lei us show you the Best Styles You Ever Saw. THE LOWEST PRICES ! Rugs Carpets Mattings Druggets ZTit Crittenben S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Isitred ai matter June ifith, 1879. 11 the poMoibce at Marion. Kjr.. tinder the Act o( CcDfrast of March jrd. iSTg TERMS OF- SUBSCRIPTION fcTXICTLT CASH IK ADVAXCr, eeptM mailed t roewth mailed to an? addreH " " t months " " " smtotas ' " tjtat 6jt4tl TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IF K9T PAID CASH IX AA,C. Sietle eepies mailed , j Month malted to asy addtew " " " i noma " " J Jr THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1907. os .M -JJ V 1. 00 5.00 .- 01 .. 15 7J I.JO A pond may lie ijuiet in a plain, but a lake wants mountains to oois. A push cart merchant can get aloug ...

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. — 17 October 1907

"fe - a a . "'j a sa a 3S MMmnmMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMmMM&m& S WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES Sl AND PLEASE YOU TOO Special Cloak Sale ! TWO DAYS ! Friday and Saturday, October 18 and 19 We will have at our store a complete factory line of ladies', misses' and children's cloaks and raincoats besides the immense stock that we already have. You can select just what you want in cloaks, raincoats and furs, and get them at the time of purchase. We will also offer Some Specials IN Men's and Boys9 Suits and Overcoats in this Two Days Sale. If you want something good in clothing don't fail to. sec our line. It's money saved to buy the best ! Don't Overlook But look over our DRESS GOODS Where you will find the goods that arc up-to-date. Winter Underwear, OUTINGS and FLANELETTE at the old price. CARPETS, DRUGGETS, RUGS, MATTING, WINDOW SHADES, LACE CURTAINS GOOD SHOES! If you want that kind don't fail to sec our line. We make it a SPECIAL FEATURE! To carry the best and its money to you to buy the b...

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. — 17 October 1907

i' M I- t 4 I 4 m i m v ,.s. fi Main St BUSINESS UncorporiUd) xvyxytiji Evansvillo, Poducnh, and St. Louis Draughon's Tolei?raphy studonts, w spcclnl nrranRement, use rnlliond wtrns. Jirauglion's Co. (homo nmco' Nnstmilu. -k tin so --.. t - ' rilKJlFT. THUEK ruonths'stnrtvlnfr nv keopinirorSliorthnnd by nrauilion'a jnothods equals SIX elsewliore. Drnuiclion nJso has 3,000 Btudonts learning 11T MAI J. wrlto lor 011 Homo btudy. O POSITIONS c' "f'xi or money Iw. Cutiuoiruo PKOU. 1HI R.-y,JW Kr.Jyx5Wrars&rBv PiMTiaMW R K" ' wJ&BKKm3k0t mc 'Vv' "V JILIEMB mmv. Twe" J 'HWI V . . . GO TO . . . g) Window Glass, Putty, Paints, Oils, (if Varnishes, Floor Stains, Brushes, JAS. H.ORME'S Drugstore FOR Marion, Wall Paper n Endless Varieties. vlu pi can iriiuu iiujJivi iiiiuin la ujj iu unii. in an j rcsDccts. and we solicit vour patronage. w ( Main Street, ., ..M urvivsc o i;ruuo i vsnc., Marion, Ky. ( Hecognlllon Accorded Yonnij Woman. New York, Oct. .l. Two new di-rectors have been olee...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 October 1907

A That hacking cough 'continues j Because your system is exhausted and a your powers of resistance weakened. fu Take Scott's Emulsion, & It builds up and strengthens your entire system. j It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so a prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest a AU. DRUGGISTS! 60. ANp $1 00 J, OO$$00& Honolulu Letter. Honolulu. H. l.i 'July V As 1 tailed out of tlic Golden Gate 1 look-(i back on the hill of Snn Francis-,,. wondering if my two years alMiicc would bring about uhangos t . a t would innLc tlio city look as it ant I'fforc the great disaster. Id lurtccn mouths woudors in the way , f reconstruction lmvo boon iihcti in the great metropolis oT the IVilic, and I feci that I can best irui ni) soriea )( letters with a few w uih abut San I'rancitou and its j l rn uional growth after it was ', 'i 1 orth"Ukc aud tire. It must bo romembcrad that near- t thirty thousand buildings were . at that lime, and that ni r. than five hundred city 'blocks ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 October 1907

k i I IB iv -I Mai MM m T tc iTnr"TiBran m PL HV TIT" ' ' 1 1 Ml II1 ' . mpauwwWMT.CTniy AitpwSpl m & jM4'4,4l,"fr'M"fr,l,4 4"fr MMMh 'TTT SAM HOWERTON, Fredonia, Ky. "Everything to Wear. All our Men's, Young Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits are new, first class and up-to-date in every particular Men's Suits Young Men's Suits Women's Coats Men's all wool ready $3.75 tO $15 Of the same quality at a little less price. All of our babies', children's, misses' and ladies' to ucar suits .... vvr' v t Knee Suits, good goods, $1.25 to $5.00 and coats arc new. Babies' .75 to $5.00; Misses' $1.25 The best fits in tailor suits at any price. they are bargains. to $7,50; Ladies' $2.00 to $15; latest styles, etc. Our Dress Goods, Trimmings, Silks, Belts are new, and our Ladies' Hats are up-to-date in style and the quality and price positively cannot be found near here. if Every kind of shoe on the list for any and all kinds of people can be found here. First class material at the same price ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 October 1907

(Sriffntftett KJ AWW m yth ; : Lzai ii "11 ig HON. E. T. FRANKS Addressed a Large Crowd ol Voters at Opera House Tuesday. The Honorable K. T. Franks, of Owciisboro, addressed the citizen of I'nttcudon county Tuosday in behalf of tho Republican Statu ticket. .Mr. Franks in an old Crittondcn by and is n fluent speaker and was grcolod with a largo, enthusiastic audtonoe. the Opora Houre being trowdod. Quite a number of ladies wcro in tho audience. He proscntcd the issues with much force. In his speech he oo in pa red the Mate of attain under Gov. Bradley a four years of stewardship and tho last eight years under Demo cratic rule. In hi introduction he aid that he had not come here to wound any (lotnoor.it' feeling and was not referring to tho honost demur rat.-, but hud come to tell tho facts and figure as thuy exist under the lUinocratio Mucin no rule. He answered Mr. lingers and Mr. Mauley h allacka on Mr. Willsou about his standing on the prohibition question. He aleo discussed Mr. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 October 1907

I" I i ;i t ry "t y ? H 1 CERTAIN RESULTS Many a Kentucky Citizen Knows How Sure They Are. Nothing uncertain about tho work ef Doan's Kidney Pills in Kontucky. There is plenty of positive proof of this in the testimony of citizens. Such evidence should convineo tho skeptical sufferer. Head the following jtatomont: Mrs. L. Varolii, living at VTA Fifth St , Louisville. Ky., says: "1 am happy to say that Dean's Kidney I'ills have been ol great benefit to me and other members of my family. I frequently had attacks of backache and kidney trouble beforo using your remedy, but after using two boxes of the pills the trouble was cutircly curod. I have recommended Doan's Kidney I'ills to a great many of my friends ior I attribute my present good hoalth to the use of Doan's Kidney I'ills. Thoy; certainly do all that is claimed for thorn." For sale by all doalors. i'rico 50 cents. Fostor-Milburn Co., Hutlalo, New York, soleagonts for tho Tnited States. Komcmbor the nanio Doan's and take no othe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 October 1907

immmmHmmmmmmmmmm "V T1" (("wnirT f wi'nr'yrt ' ' yiniwiif rf'" '' WWJBT1" PSIW W" W " jiP" ' til; 1 """ ' Hill a patrtriate lulr thr I)y ADMIRAL SIU CYPRIAN IUIIDGIj, ( Hi it M Ny. 1 ili0'lH 1 1 1 I r Willi the Mint ctfit to wIik li i i in In Jini' Ainerwu. "11 i n in iMrv of your life, from liiws to liii'Hi. f.i"t!4. Your family and rhiirelt life, of i hihI nption of honor are ail Hritih ami xniiiiiiiitiil. a mnfiil ml of your political life how3 tl.iii nwr w jit mit. of the public men in America 1 1 . t . Svotrh, or IrUh. All our au' Van Htiren and Itooaevelt haw ( The mum- applied to the Supreme 1h in li mill other court, to governors, congreaamen ami Th if m eMvially remarkable when il is tl..it linn In en no great Hritiah emigration to the United .Stale a fn-iii oid.r iLiiioim. Moreover, I do not believe that the British slock in meruit ivtiitioiiallv prolific; yet, despite the millions of emigrant other bind, with thejr millions of ofTspring, ihe original Hritili li nnnt ha ni...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 October 1907

- -fl 14b i ji -fl a i ft ! II f. u It I w . . wirMi i .ajapMpy ' ' i I'wun'ni" . ,. (V""- " ' -, - gyjj'ifi't"; '"WVi. ir y i . yl J" "s u S?1,SBfBEt3ei3. ). , A -MU -X-W " J- g Clothes for all People! iS; Our Suits and Overcoats have Very Much Quality For Very Little Price Soe for Yonrsolf. The Stylos We Give You Arc Stylish, Seasonable, Serviceable. v. w 1 m 2 I. :W lYT, MB1 ' kl ! 1 -d Tobacco Growers. The eyes of the tobacco growing iceiion of North America are all turned toward Shelby ville, Ky. Why? The tobacco growiug sections ol Horth America are now so well organized that they are able to pcrtect and maintain a national organization, whose headquarters arc at Ky. Once a ear the organization meets at a place previously selected, and Ian year at Clarkcsvillc, Tcnn., from the Hurley District invited this organization to meet at Shelby ville, Ky., on October '.50, 11)07. The invitation was accepted. Dele-gates are coming from every tobacco growing section ol the country. The c...

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. — 24 October 1907

WM'ftftMMMMMMftM 'C5 S YOU WANT THE BEST ! i3 r And wc want to sell you the best, and we are prepared to meet your wants. o a -o 5 3S -" -C & ( WE GIVL YOU GOOD VALUES AND PLEASE YOU TOO CLOTHE is another special feature with us. In Suits Overcoats Cravenettcs For Men, Youths and Boys Hih Class Workmanship at Low Prices. Our aim in this line is to give you better clothing lor the same money or as good for less money than any one else. Ladies', Misses and Children's Cloaks !! WE LEAD IN THIS LINE ! and if you uill come and examine our slock you will sec the reason why. Don't Fail to Sec Our Stock of Dress Goods, in Plain and Fancy Materials, It you want to save money, for this uc mean to do if you will give us the chance. Hats and Caps Shirts and Collars Neckwear and Suspenders. Hosiery, Underwear Gloves, Handcrchiefs Shawls, Fascinators Zed A Bennett wa in Sturgis Tuesday Robert Lear, of Tolu, wai in the city Tuesday en route to Oxley, Mo., where he will sing in a protracted moo...

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. — 24 October 1907

Krf.'vg m M mi i ii pi iff i lllgsigBCgaMnsgS arijpgjiiMaWtfaMy'ir'tit a rmsim i mi n f ' , , 1 rnw !TTiWUaiMBMWWi?5wlUtg3CTWWWtWW!efg e .: ft) in "' . M r . Oryp - Main St. itf!s j$ Window Glass, Putty, Paints, Oils, oft Varnishes, Floor Stains, Brushes, Ivs Wall Paper in Endless Varieties. g) School Books. lv) PpiipHc ' ft) , Pure Fresh Drugs, Chem g) seals, Perfumes. ft Our prescription department is up to date in all respects, and we solicit your patronage. ORME'S DRUGSTORE, rj Main Street, - STRANGE ANIMAL Attacks Prominent Farmer Near Mad- isonvillc and scratches. both Eyes Out. A dispatch from Mudisouville last Thursday says Last night as he was roturmug to hif homo in the l'ond River country, R-ar hete, Mr. Walter Layne, one of the most prominent farmers of this county, was the victim or a most uuuual attack. Mr. Luyne had beou to tins city attending court, and was driving lowly along, when some animal, presumably a wild oat, droppod from an ovorhanging limb onto the nock of...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 October 1907

,.$$$w'$go$ fec2SL Consumption is less deadly than it used to be. $ Certain relief and usually complete recovery eji will result from the following treatment : Hope, rest, fresh air, and Scort'j? Emulsion, ALL DRUGGISTS I DOo. 6404"fr0000040000l8'3"&(O,lQ kccllicaifs lace Last Earthly Vision ii .i, villi' Kv.. Oct. IT) " I S Usr turn the liht up ns hiK" a i .an. f"r Wlnt Mnblo's fuoo to . the thing 1 see on earth," ur. tic last words of (luorgo Hoby, i Jii'l thiH morning of ... i .. i i I i fivrr ins oruors woru uuojuu 1 a- tin K'luo of iloalli beclouded mi n, Miss Mabol Ooliaring, tlio an i . uhiiiii Mr. Hoby was to ho a",,, TtinnLggivang tiino, when In roulil nee her host. Mr It t nino lioro about a month rr , CniiimbiiM, I mi., and i i i Litton as jewolor. A fow i itii r he was stricken with fovnr, ' 1 1 had contrnotod on a camp. 'r I M (n hariiij: lirad in I'ooria, 111., v -he heard of hor lover's illness, i at. to hi" bedside. The, j, talen to Columbus, today, tt inti rmunt...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 October 1907

H m U' is f U ; k ! .Wi' r t. 'i"iiT7ii MMiiA'Ti7rirn i"1 C.lwWieWiii.T" j3tWWSWPti """'' " ' snaPRF -.A ,. n ni i hi 'iilii dsu i4nM4',,fr,frHHfr ' v 'If? f Urn t k 4H444444,4"i,lMl44444 4 LEVIAS. Our people are busy. Protracted raeetint: eomtnoneed at Union last Sunday. A new boy arrived at Tom Burk-lows last week. Will Abell, of Birdvillo, was hero Tuesday and bought some fine cattle from the Carter Bros. Marion Bateman and children havo moved to their home iu Pan Handle. Fred Binkley, who has been sick to long, vras carried to l'ineknoyvillo last weok, thinking a change would be holpful to him. Eld. T. C. Carter, of Marion, is doing the preaching in the ineoting, greatly holping and strengthening the large crowas who hoar him. Mrs. Mary Fullor's childrou, from Crcal Springs, III., are visiting her and friends here this week. Mrs. Nannie Threlkold, of Hurricane, is visiting friends and attending the meeting here this week. New line of dress goods and trimmings. C, B. Loyd, Fredon...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 31 October 1907

ia( A? rjPrA. "- t Etll Itufam $Ut&vb'$tt 1 VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. OCTOBER 31, 1907. NUMBER 22 ;i IE IE ju IE ,ii I LIE IE MARION TO HAVE CANNERY. Lnterprlse Launched and Now Well Under Way. ir h rcbJtJittivrs of tbo "Has- rg and industrial enterprises of iago. at the solicitation of a A ten of t tti city vferc here laM week and the week before endeavoring i interest our people in a canning fact ry They tact with much as many ol our citizens felt that Mich an enterprise would be a vat benefit to the city and in fact 0 c entire community. It is a well known fact that f, at the pricci that havo obtained a' antung factories arc a very prof. r crop, beside being highly b railage in to the land, and there f t nsany arn already 'nter Sf MM -v u .' !&.' -A '- 3t W4W4 ; mm m FEgf rrmf. m. aw :i JrKS j as cslcd lu crowing a few acres the coming .seacou, A canvass of the town al-o revealed the f""t ' many f our citizens preferred to not hae "foreign ' help, but ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 31 October 1907

t t .4 m ilw fci fciJt ;1 , S IU i'J i fc 111! . , u ,'..... . w LgWW sz&S&sk . A - 'Xim ' Main SI $5s,$: GO . . . JAS. H. Drugstore $ FOR g) Window Glass, Putty, Paints, Oils, g) )j Varnishes, Floor Stains, Brushes, fjv Wall Paper in Endless Varieties. 7 School Books, Pencils. W Pure Fresh Drugs, Chem icals, Perfumes. ft) x Our prescription department is up to date in all w respects, and we solicit your patronage ORME'S DRUGSTORE, rv Main - lis' . . clopuient of the power has leeu - - - - - - - - S)S)SS)S)S)S)g)'Mneel0. The greats grovuh id - , tin industry ha been during the An Old Deed. STAT Or KlNTl'l m . Livmiritou County, i On the SUh day of August, 1S32. porsonally appeared in Court before C. Havnos. J. Watts, .lame Cruice and William Stewait Es. , the Ceurt of Livingston County now setting, James Sullinger, a resident of Liv - ingston county, in the State of Ken- tuoky, aged OS years, whoboing first duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the following deol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 31 October 1907

Hfr004404600OO4444O4M04 The effect of Scotl's Emulsion on thin, o pale children is magical. - . . v . A It makes them plump, rosy, active, happy. V ft- a I . I tAM and Glycerine, to make Oana so put logeuicr uiai 11 is easily digested by little folk. v X ALL DnUCOISTSt BOc. AND $1.00. TEDDY HILLED A BEAR. President Roosevelt. Famous Dead-wood Dick In Disguise. Shoots Did Bruin In Louisiana Thicket. New Orleans, Oct. IS. Sews of tW killing of a big blnok bear by I'MNilent lloosovolt in the canebrakes u ar Hear Lake, La., roached New ()- (iu this morning in a telegram John M. Parker, one of the i iiicn who invited the President to i jit in the State, and who himself wai a member of the hunting party i',', business rouircd his return to N.w Orleans several days ago. The telegram to Mr. Parker was hnetl by Mr. Leo Shields, another n n.lcr of the party, and road a l'rioidenl Hoosovolt killed a groat I t.ear. Went into thicket after 1 -i particular wore stated in the lu'ratn. but Mr. Parf...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 31 October 1907

f 1 fcajnn I ill K D) hV ;i IJ4S i I t o hi H (I II 1 1 H .tw" " .-in KWKrsaoinmtvsHHuKiMJVXl&'VMIRHHilH tiu''i Mat.-, J'1 tt)t vCrittrnbtn Press fxreeri) S. .VL JEMsiNS Eiiuc pjcwjaer Imm4 M ikimI rlM a.ur il M nfci M Kara K Zmnwm at MareO r ? 2 Mat s l iTUCTkt cms t awikacs. i l4 ipy Tttws or si'BscttirrioK SiwtowpiM maU.. . . i BdMk MaU4 M U) xidrrM " I KK u Air atf THURSDAY, OCT. U. 1W7. It Wasn't Us! i " M w I - , - , . -. T Oi av 1 kt " W r, .. ', r.y ?- V- 5Ss;pSqjpJ p? p? FmfiareRamFFWEar!iRKSI i 'few - 1? 8' J. - Investigate! compare: We need your business on the basis or BEST GOODS FOR LESS MONEY. iKnm?nw Vl SBr4 fiaWiM lr v OUR CLOTHING LOOKS GOOD Enough to buy it the price is right. Our Price is Right. SLITS. OVERCOATS. PANTS. For Men. toung Men and Children. Just a Little Better in Make. Just a Little Newer in Style. Just a Little Lower in Price. Materials are Best Workmanship is High Grade Stales are Up-to-date We Sell You Better Clothes For less price than others ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 31 October 1907

! Ji ie v Lawsin left Tuesday fr Henders.iti, Ky Miss tirace Ainsworth is the guest of Mi Ina Koou of Frances. W. II MeKIroy, of Princeton, was in the city Monday aftornoon. ' W. II. Crow left Monday for La., where he will spend the ulutor. Mrs. Win. Higgln, of Madisonville, ! the guost of her sistor, Mrs. F.M. Conyor, of this city. W. B. Kee of Hipley, Tonn,, spent a few days this week with friends in this city. Uncle Caleb Stone who loft two weeks ago for California, writes that he arrived there safe and souud and enjoyed the trip immensoly. Hev. Jas. F. Price will fill his regular appointmont at the Church U. S. A., next Sunday morning and evoning. Kvorybody cordially invited to attend. Mr. Salo, who ha; been sick so long, and now in the hospital at Paducah, is roportcd as being very low as wo go to press. Hov. J. Hoed Lamb, of Proscott, Wash., has removed to Butler, Mo., whore he has charge of the First Presbyterian Church We hope his next move will be back to old Kentucky'. Wil...

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