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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 31 August 1909

Q Si JM NEW FALL GOODS Arriving Daily! WE HAVE NEW FALL GINGHAMS The TwiccaxW c c k RccordPrcss TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. N. E. CALMES Editor nd Publisher. Entered as second-class matter February 9th, 1007 at the postofhce at Marion. Kentucky, under f he Act ot Congress of March J. :Srg. One Dollar the Year in Advance. CASH ADVERTISING RATES- jjc per inch S. C. to Foreign Advertisers. 20c per inch S. C. to Home Advertisers. Repeated ads one-half rate. Metal bases only used for Plates and Electros, Locals jc per line. Lctals roc Per line In twelve point type. 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 docs look as if the whiskv part of Kentucky was going to the bad. The pavements in the congested part of town are' good, in fact there could be no better, but in other portions of Marion they are bad...

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

II I ? I)'11 XI 1 Extra Bargains in Laces and If you want to see the best value ih Extra Pants you ever looked at Ask To See Ours. Close-out Lots We are agents for the Standard Patterns MANUFACTURERS' RECORD Talk of Kentucky And Her Progress' From the Aup. 2t!., Manufacturers' Record number of wo clip the following notes: H. E. Warrington, chief engineer of the Now Orleans & Texas Pacific Rrilway, has awarded the contract for the removal of 200,000 yards of dirt, preparatory to construction of a concrete bridge at Cincinnati, to Olive Bros., & flunnicutt of Tenn., for $125,000. The new railroad structure will cost ovor a million dollars. L. K. Vinson is developing coal lands at Louisa, on the Dig Sandy. Eastern capitalists have purchased and are developing the I, Bailey property of 4,000 acres at Madison villc with I. bailey, manager, and are putting in electric machinery. Elkhorn Coal & CokoCo., of Pike-ville, are buildihg additional coke ovensv Chas. F. Peter and S. A....

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

If i " ? L (.-- &fn IWMMMMiMMmMIMMMWiMMMMMMl mxEnnEEcaoNLY BIG SHOW TO BE HERE THIS YEAR! & ij (J&mwm John Robinson's 10 li1 Shows lE) COfTIOtl, lilt, IT 1l U.I. UTOM CO. fjlOO NEW ACTS 100 Orton's Great Buggy Riding act Si 100 Feature Acts. 38 O Great Riders i Most Noted Acrobats W & : z& 50 Clowns 10 Menagerie Acts 3S Troupe Trained Horses o . s&l 3 Horse Back Riding Sea Lions 3 Troupe Japanese and Arabs. Z&i Castello Riding Act Tarant's Casting Act O Mcncrva Sisters Iron Jaw Act - " "" -- " Castcncttc sliding down 60 feet incline on his head 3& ;gC Warren Travis champion heavy weight lifter, lifting 0 elephant, holding 12 men on platform on his chest, 5 allowing two big Maxwell automobiles to run over his 3 body. o g Two Herds of Big w 7 O tf 51 f THt -'( &X &? & mmmmmmmmmmmmwwmmwmmmmmmmwmm. STURGIS. (From Henderson Journal) Sturgis. Ky., Aug. 24. Sunday morning at (J o'clock, a parly of nine left Sturgis for CVcyvillc Ky., at which pla...

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. — 3 September 1909

& IS et. 'rFp!T T'Vjf ' V V Tf 1 Twice-a-Week Record -Press TUESDAYS AND FR1DAY6. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SEPT. 3 1909 NUMBER 18 TEACHERS' INSTITUTE ADJOURNED FRIDAY Well Attended, Well Enjoyed id a Success In Every Fea ture. THAN IIAU THE SECKETAHV'S IEPOM lilVtN III THIS ISSUE (' iitinncil from lust issuo") . .ii .i i.. ....... i In I i fry loin i in; iimiiiuiu uur f r the study of long poems. wo l'l iml assign all of lh poem y,c i snoii but would livu tlicm nal the whole to themselves. jiu would bo to lirt wltiUy tlio r ' rn to hi ur' that all nurd ,i understood, to study nil , i r tnituu ui pursuus or iniiin, il i xtory. then to rend und ' au miiio memory work Sic t 4 hi all t bis would occupy I many dtlToruit recitations. Ma...ii" t MHr oiupbaslztd the i j I liienturo, tlt urgont ..inri more of It and of , (j. tKf bsi. Sk , . Ming mftil of the wry tIs alone. I' f King aVml the toaohors lo tl dictionary habit among J I1 li.tr'ictnr nml i v J tin- iauhr to tol...

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. — 3 September 1909

,n " V' m i. 'it 111'! W' 'I m n I. :i F is hi V r.'f ftf i- tf rV i3 !2 I , ' h u ';? i ,r EH- & I J iH '; !" ! j51 i 111 v2 ;l ill !i t i? t' It'V I V 11 ifiV i ' p v B1 iEErf i7?mi NEW FALL GOODS Arriving Daily! WE HAVE NEW FALL GINGHAMS For Men, BOYS PANTS-KNEE PANTS CLOTHING HMMHHtaMMHMHMMiHHHHHi! The TwiccW c c k Record'Press TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. N. E CALMEJ Editor and Publisher. Entered n second-elm mattsr Febraarj th. KC7 it the postoSce at Marion. Kentnekr. under fhe Act of Coat rest of March 3. tin. One Dollar the Year in Advance. CASH ADVERTISING RATES- 15c per inch S. C. to Foreign Adrertlier. mc pet inch S.C to Home Advertisers. Repetttd ads one-half rate. Metal bases onlr used for Plates and Electros. Locals sc per line. Locals toe Per line in twelve point trpe. Announcements, We are authorized to announce Judge THOS. J. NUNN, as a candidate for Appellate Judge of this, the First Appel late Court District, subject to tne action 01 cne uemocauc YORK. UNDERWRITERS i...

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. — 3 September 1909

i A A i A t A j tiK 11 il ti, U, tiV tis ti is lW OUR STORE IS NOT A CIRCUS I' But we are showing more genuine values than you will find anywhere else in the county. We are closing out J an ouiiiiiiii uvwuo ui i iiom mat win save yuu iiiunoy. i ncoc pi loco win uui ouiiliiiiic iiiuoii iunci , 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 eomesee what you can get from us. almost your own price. 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 Ir. F. w. Nunn, Dentist I'rcaa Hldtf. Miss Anna Hayncsisiu Kvanavillo tins week. Mrs. A. H. Cardin arrived tn tho city Monday. Go to Hajtics and Taylor's for rcbool books. Judj;o Blackburn was in Princeton Wednesday. V 0. Kraft pent a Jew days in Kvnvillc last week. FOIt HKNT: A good four room hnune on Haul Depot St., with a...

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. — 3 September 1909

tti - ft 14 ft .1 ft i l 9 . 1 M )fTr 1 k, ?; WJ I100 ' 100 Feature Acts. 4 C Great Riders S Most Noted Acrobats 3S 50 Clown 10 Menagerie Acts & Jroupe Trained Horses zt 45 3 Horse Back Riding Sea Lions 3 sSi - ,s Troupe, Japanese and Arabs. S Castello Riding Act Tarant's Casting Act Cj Menena Sisters Iron Jau Act Ci 2? Castcnettc sliding down 60 feet incline on his head S O Warren Travis champion hcaj ucijtit lifter, lifting Ci elephant, holding 12 men on platform on his chest, 3 allowing tuo big Maxwell automobiles to run over his d body. hX'JT rm nnac "Wi V V .W1 I I K'-T .1 1 f ' V iSteJ I , r EKI'S4iX'SWUfflH 1-P X i w v i f -- gjjsaggssgsgyi x i ; j iffWWWWWWW!W9WWSWWfrt M 3& Two Herds of Big 1 MARION DIRECTORY. J. C SPEECE Proprietor of a restaurant AND COFFECTIONARV. All kinds of soft drinks. Meals at all hours. Take special care of my Salem St., - - Marion, Ky J. G. ROCHESTER Lawyer And Commissioner Of Crittenden Circuit Court, Office In Coi:rt Hocse tard. MARION EL...

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. — 3 September 1909

y , (r5 W.f " ,- .KA --$&" St1 7r?yr&9 . 5"f "W"" "' ' T' ". 1 v sx; ' ; Record-Press te. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. VOL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SEPT. 3 1909 NUMBER 18 lv t ) i i THE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE ADJOURNED FRIDAY 'was Well Attended, Well Enjoyed and a Success In EverV Fea- ture. LESS THAN HALF THE SECRETARY'S REPORT GIVEN IN THIS ISSUE Continued from last issue" Mrs. Perry told tho Institute her plan for the study of long poems. She would uot assign all of tin poems as one lesson but would have them first read tho whole to themselves. Her plau would be to first study the author then to be sure that all word are well understood, to study all references made to person or things, to tell the story, then to read and finally have omc innmnry work. She said that in all this would occupy the time ol many different recitations. Miii Margaret Moore emphasized the value of good litcnturc, the urgent need of teaching more of it and of giving pupils the very best. She...

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. — 3 September 1909

Ifrt JW IM IE2i mli m2 -- all tutrlir" In i iv Si; v..iu.udiMi i" to aniiouuuc m, in ilo the race for rinii'iidiMit i.f Schools for 1 liu 'e decided uHiididatc for I'l'tiniy, ai un .. uiuuiumi, i.u... Demonstration There will be a Demonstration at our store on J SeDtember 10th. Do Till: STIlONISKtiT A(ii:C-Y. AETNA OF ARTrORD. Capital.... $ 1,000,000.00 Assets .... 10,500, 733.00 SurpIuoer Capital ami all Liabilities. S 2G7.QO HANOVER, NI'.WYORK Capital ...$ 1,000,000.00 Assets 4,395,620.00 Surplus over all Liabilities 1i,cjJ.o(.oo SHOES For Men, Women, Children The Best Kind FOR The Least Price boysTp CLOTHING W, C. llyraers, proprietor of the "Airdorae" is giving the best entertainments in tho electric theater linn ever givou in the city. His shows are good every night and they are attended by the best people of the town. Mr. Kymcrs now proposes that if the merchants of .the towu will pay for the band of musio for Thursday night of each week and for his films, that he will givo a ...

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. — 3 September 1909

III f Dr. F. w. Nunn, Dentist Press Bldg. Miss Anna Haynes is in Evansville Ihis week. Mrs. A. H. Cardin arrived in the city Monday. Go to Hayncs and Taylor's for school books. Judgo Blackburn was in Princoton Wednesday. C. 0. Kraft spent a Jew days in Evansville last week. FOR KENT: A good four room house on East Depot St., with all necessary out buildings and good cistern. Apply to W. II. Gmus. 18 2tp Sheridan, Ky. Miss Charhnc Haydcn, of Salem, is the guest of Misses Maymc and Nellie Steel. Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Woods and son, Wilson, returned Friday from Fctoskov, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tciry, of Blodgett, Mo., arc visiting relatives in the county, Mr?, King and children, of Blackford, wern the guests of Mrs. A. S. Cauuuu la-it week. AIR Vf' " r'ifr v ." If .ru IT ft I is i4s tis J v ,U4 ti J4t tJ -J t , 4 OUR STORE IS NOT A CIRCUS); ' l ss ) i' 4 K But we are showing more genuine values than you will find anywhere else in the county. We are closing out all Summer Goods at Price...

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. — 3 September 1909

WWWWiiW . . ''-LJ, ' , J.. . 3 ' iHfcjj . i . .ii. -- ' J ! i'PLL JJ. .. JJI ' "J ' I" ' W I .Vkiw vV ivA lH?4 " 'VTCfe - ww? , "VvrJ 'MvWr ' n 'U,-V yf ' rtW i ywjw i . " WIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMi ONLY BIG SHOW TO BE HERE THIS YEAR! John Robinson's 10 Shows J5l COf TIISHTIO, lilt, It Tl U. UT"0M' J 100 NEW ACTS 100 Orton's Great Buggy Riding act 21 --E 4& 100 Feature Acts. Great Riders Most Noted Acrobats "i flft S& if s4 0jS v5t ' 'imnanlnannenennnnannnanLi CITY BARBER SHOP WALTER McCONNELL. Prop., J. A. MOCABEE, Assistant. Jenkins Building, Carlisle Street. 100 Noted Actors. Famed Gymnasts 3S 50 Clowns 10 Menagerie Acts S Troupe Trained Horses o 9 3 Horse Back Riding Sea Lions 3 : iroupe Japanese ana Araos. S? Castello Riding Act Tarant's Casting Act jCj Menerva Sisters Iron Jaw Act Castcnette sliding down 60 feet incline on his head ngn . . ;Cj Warren Travis champion heavy weight lifter, lifting 42 elephant, holding 12 men on platform on his chest, J allowing two big Maxwe...

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. — 10 September 1909

I I r " .. i i SECOND, 1909. o()iin Has (lone Much Good lor l' Schuuls ul Crllltindcn Coun ty A I rne Christian i 1 Pogu was barn 1""7 ti i rcir.ii oo a ' j'i'I in tli' common TO . MARION P. POGUE. M f tli 'ouny and Marion an I Vnrtnal School, from mi I Hi, ii he finished the r Ma'c Cerlifi -ate course in He im ner born a Ut; in the public s"hoo!s, i. n n hool graduates i m ont out from his schools fr in an other rural district of i nit j While he has laid aside i rk of teaching now to devote mr to store and farm, ho still , e educational work of the at heart, and perhaps no ono lc coifMy is more conversant the needs of tho rural schools he, having given nearly a rr of a century of the best life to the work. his held many places of pnblic tr the satisfaction of the jIIic which he served. He was iaster 12 years, Deputy Clerk, inn Cntamisiioncr, atid for six years Assistant in the House of aving in rsces for tho latter di fat(jd some 0 tko most Inr Democrats in the stato. v canons lie...

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. — 10 September 1909

' aaaain 9 yv See ' ' "" M " "' " " "L f" - r inn i. Armounc2TTi en ts, W w sntKor:! to ai fak( fA torn. &. ? H- ti U frttttA fA '4tk tht 744 far mtf rtM4imt ki fr C.'M444tl t7 I Jn i4i faiHft44 trf 44'' fa? 144 flfa 44 rtiK; f4(if lk ( 424 r Buxpfiwwfi LHKirr. JBHTS, tvr 4f ya4 k! fvtr4 '.7 74 f.Vjr i4 1 ',i;rtfif v r tttf m'm I U is Ivnm i Ug.a 1 l"f f4titlf aTgfX lM -.' "ptm'tbttto. A4 k - 4 ik 4m'm ria, ' 7 )OftfjU M4jtt bt f'rfiif tfc f.Y,, 4pf Vr it, tk4f fff4rit. ' v 1t tflNi4 WttAf )HM T"Mf, it U " 'Mrf44 in nfripiwta. -. Mm iff "fWiw" () V' ), H i 4 rf44 i riptf. TfMtf J4 th 4V4' tt rl th4 tftff fMra pffciVi ' ' hM f Ii74rit4 ffk ' 1" l -4 f Chitt? MtNN" "UQJTOB 4 4 y ffc tVV 4 gftftiVf, fa S tM4f . At. I iW 44, f fa)fl44if. We M4f kf lh4 Mftt'lbpttM fUl44M tjjo dial hk tfffefa i N)ii0li;tt with Oflth (ilhut i )l "(TlirUtlufi " m. M l fiNl a "lU'itnl wave" f hL i wtwrlui; tlio vouutry Iff llcj r m rr 1 of "pfoMbflloM ' Il M the "v7j of MjrfiOdfUy" j;fftlt(jllfij (hi' bn...

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. — 10 September 1909

W 'i rf f ' : f.L 1 h1 1 MM i r -J. ii PI l m NEW Ladies Tailored Suits Fall Clothing See Us The Newest In Shoes The Best of Shoes Before building previously mentioned; one j four-in-hands bv Alfred G. Vander story; brick and stone: apreximately 100 x lf)0 feet: 50 feot high; electric lighting, vacuum cleaning and to cost $110,100. The plans were by Brinton B. Davis, of Louisville Ashland Ky., has plans for improvements, including IJ.iGO square yards paving, 24, tl'O linear foot combined curb and gutter, with catch basin, and 4,000 linear feet concrete header. At Lexington, Fayette county, a contract has been let to James Uolan for three miles of macadamized, Kearney roid. at $2,500 per mile. Let's try to have a few miles of The Illinois Central Railroad have begun the erection of a new depot where the old one was burned a few moot). 3 ago at Louisville. Maysville Ky., has awarded tho cntract to Thomas Kvans, of Cincinnati, Ohio, for additional sidewalks. t bill. Both will be back i...

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. — 10 September 1909

.. IT Ufcli fci tis t, i. Us ti lV ti k t tJ " ? rxr - v THE BEST EVER We are always striving to Have the BEST of everything in our line and having just returned from market, have opened up the most complete Stock of Fall Goods ever Shown in Crittenden County. This assertion may seem to you pretty broad, but if you will come and look through you will be convinced that we are right Fall ninthlntf. Np.w. Fresh fcnri in Pattern Jl and Style, "BENCH TAILORED" and FINISHED BY HAND.V The only difference you can tell between the and thcj"mde to measure" suits is the PRICES. We want you to cojhc and examine them whether you buy or not We have set down on the High Prices and are ready to turn the "Dog Loose' It will pay you well too see our line before buying your Fall Suit. We are agents for the Standard Patterns Dr F w. Nunn, Dentist I'rei Bldg. Miss Luetic Nunn, of Hcnahaw, returned to this city to attond !ha f h ol . 'jo t Wayne ami Taylor's for Uchool books. Mms Mary Cameron left Sunday...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 10 September 1909

We are agents for the Standard Patterns Pr K w. Nunn, DentUt Prem Bldg. Miss Luetic Xunn, of lienshftw, ha returned to this city to attend txliOol, Go to Htyncs and Taylor's for school books. Mim Mary Cameron left Sunday for I'rtncrton and l'aducah, where 1 e will visit friends. j to Htyncs A: Taylor's for you .c(. ul tulcti. .lake Karris, of Salem, was in Own Monday enroute to Howling Green wticro ho will enter school. Shool books, school pencils, rungbooKs, drawing paper, school f achcls, straps and ovorything your c) . d ih likoly to need at J. II. Or nc a drugstore, Marion, Ky. Ir II. It, Royalty, of Louisville, '.ran n the city Monday onroute home ' l Tolti. lli.nos.t Taylor havo it complet f Achool hooks, tablets, puncils, vl't Allen, of Morganfiold, is tho of hersitr, Mrs. I. T. Siglur. '1 prepare your children for tho I i. ng day of the school, Sept. fl, . tj Ortuc's and have him help ( lie has what they need. Miss Nolle Williams, who has boon r jjest of her sifter, Mrs. Sam...

Publication Title: Twice-A-Week Record-Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Twice-a-week record-press. — 10 September 1909

5' fc v L V ' i ' a .'J 4 iv T li .:-: ? .i r ti J ,"" H", ( M!l.'l:Mli;M.I?CTPrTl & Wmtmm MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM ONLY BIG SHOW TO BE HERE THIS YEAR! John Robinson's 10 Big Shows 32100 NEW ACTS 100 Orton's Great Buggy Riding act 3 & 100 Feature Acts. 100 Noted Actors. HIPPOPOTAMUS, TIGERS, RHINOCERUS PL AND WHITE BEAR LEAPORD HORNED S3 Cj Great Riders Most Noted Acrobats Jg Famed Gymnasts & 50 Clowns 10 Menagerie Acts Troupe Trained Horses 3& 3 Horse Back Riding Sea Lions 3 z& Jg Troupe Japanese and Arabs. SSi Castello Riding Act Tarant's Casting Act gCj Menerxa Sisters Iron Jau Act S Castcnette sliding down 60 feet incline on his head s Cj Warren Travis champion heavy weight lifter, lifting S, elephant, holding 12 men on platform on his chest, &i allowing two big Maxwell automobiles to run ocr his X bod. S& Ha,i it i r n: nr : n i I wo nereis ot Dig d llllMllWH MARION DIRECTORY, J. C. SPEECE Proprietor of a first-class res taurant and coffectio.'cary. ...

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. — 10 September 1909

I? t n m Br?' 1" - "T V. 'HI Twice -a-Week Record-Press . TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. F VOL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SEPT. 10 1909 NUMBER 20 t v i II' lr l Ri i" ,t '. p; k - i, ' Vf ku p r4 KV ., "i fa ,W A- iv -i V vv DEMOCRAT HON MAM F. UNANIMOUSLY To Represent the Counties of Crittenden and Livingston in the Next General Asseniby of Kentucky. ELECTION NOVEMBER SECOND, 1909. Mr. Pogtie litis None Much Good lor the Sellouts ot Crittenden Conn- ty A True Christian tiiiinaii, Marion Pogue was born October IS 1 -37, and rcired on a farm, was educated in the common t 1 HON. MARION F. POGUE. schools of the coun'y and Marion Academy and Normal School, from which institution he finished the Teachers State course in 1SH7. He has since been continuously teaching in the public sihoois; more common Echool graduates having boon sent out from his schools than from any other rural district of the county. While he has laid asido the work of teaching now to devote his time to storo and ...

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. — 10 September 1909

'if i En 3TsJS' ''"'".P ' . K fv ii a ah r ryii lis Ats Its .6k a- &&3mSm j. . . a P FALL GOODS ARRIVING va fi NQl M VI HX NEW Ladies Tailored Suits Fall Clothing See YANDELL-GUGENHEIM The Twicoa'W c e k RecorcVP ress TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. N. E. CALMES Editor nd Publisher. Entered ai second-class matter February 9lh, 1007 at the postotnee at Marlon Kentucky, under (he Act ef Concress of March 3. JSro. One Dollar the Year in Advance. CAS!! ADVERTISING RATES- 25c per inch S. C to Foreign Advertisers. ioc per inch S C to Home Advertisers Repeated ids one-halt rate. Metal basei. onI for Plates and Electros. Locals so per line Locals too l'er line In twelve point type. 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. We are authorized to announce MARION F. POGUE a candidate for the office of Repres...

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. — 10 September 1909

rw. , 4 fe U. ' I- A A A A A d,,uo '.,. tell between the and thefmade 1 come and see. . . . . I Dlil UlUU The only difference you can to measure" suits Is the PRICES. We want you to come andexamlne them whether you Duy or nut We have set down on the High Prices and are ready to turn the 'Dog Loose' It will pay you well too see our line before buying your Fall Suit. We are agents for the Standard Patterns (r " i vju "TinMlffif lil uMl JB1 I uyiwRGiBaiHSBHSflH ;j SIB - Dr. F. w. Nunn, Dentist Press Bldg. Miss Lucile Nunn, of HenBhaw, has returned to this city to attend school. Go ti Hayncs and Taylor's for school hooks. Miss Mary Cameron left Sunday for Princeton and Paducah, where she will visit Iricnds. Goto Uaynes & Taylor's for you school tlblots. Jake Karris, of Salem, was in town Monday enrouto to Bowling Green whero ho will enter school. School books, school pencils, copying boots, drawing paper, school scaehcls, straps and everything your child is likely to need at J. H. O...

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