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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 March 1908

Mi -i I CATARRH YIELDS km Elwtric Ltlt Bills. carbon of tho filament disintegrates oheaper throw awaf tho old Duin O'ho incandescent electric to some extent, duo to its high torn and purjsc a new 6uc to replaco it i ... jamr at first sight, ono of tho most lamp commonly is, pcraturc. , and is deposited on thejrahor tafUlirJfeUtM o1 0B & ' " 1 rsi. known and fttfxSPSto imurur i I m Gugenheim Company. Yandcll We Want You to See Our Stock Gugenheim Company. ypflt l ik . ' '-., . i !U 'Trade Unakg hair ,M rwithi ';Ajaeuf h: , j? rn vr M iJ - SPRING CLOTHES Very Latest Styles for Spring and Summer 1908 ja(xccoccooocooc We have THE NEW BROWNS AND TANS IN ALL STAPLE GO0DS WE FIT ALL MANKIND . S' WE FIT..II BOYS. Jte -S r . 'v WZEZ3L lyou arc Looking for Clothes X --IS - o ' V"r.y :u. , -U-i-' BR &' : V, '' r That are right up-to-date, call on us, The opportunity is great. Our Spring Line is ready correct, smart and neat. Each Pattern the latest. Our Goods Can't Be Beat If you want ...

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. — 19 March 1908

' iiuo spring Miowmg l" If New Style, High Quality and Low F The way to find out g DON'T S) the superiority of our line of j Dry Goods Waistings K Lawns, Batistes, ) itics, India Li i1! ' ITT'-' i-n 1 iiiii 1 K.W.Nunii, dentist, Press HuilJing Cliastain Ha)ucs was in I.ouisville fast wcoV. Owen Hoaz, oC DycuHburg. was in the oity Monday. Hcv. J. Ii. Adams and U. S. 2s'unn were in Henderson last week. Corn and hay for sale. Call Hon ry Summers' phone. W. K, Smith, Ilcpton, Ky, Judge .J. V. Gordon arrived Mod-'day morning aud is uow holding court. Sam Hurst who has been visiting 'relatives in this city, left Friday for Ardmorc. '.Mrs. Carrie Thomas left Friday for Memphis, where she will visit relative. Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Dollar left Saturday for l'hillipsburg Kan., whore they will make their future home. Sou Dr. Stone, the optician, and have your oyes tested. Glasses fitted. Oiliee in .Jenkins Miulding, .Marion, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doris, of 1'roTidcnco, arc the guest of Mr. and ...

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. — 19 March 1908

r1 ELZWiSsJ rrrwrri .. v A"" "cwc nut mhLa.TZ7.'.. .... . ! 5'ho ini Er?'7r ' ,l "v! e. - r r L . ni ' "i! K : If ' $"A SL fctf & ., UA lT tsr y 3 "a ft "' . i . Fwith. Si VBdbiiNE Night Riders Burn Thresher. A band of night riders burned a 'Mhrcslttr owned by .John Lanjiford, Wcar Pirt Kojal. Mr. Linufoid re " ccntly Sold his farm to Dne ib'i ' Ikik m WE?1 m HHIIBnp!if Sv ?li?Growlli,u I I' "- It" i M .. "J w v i fc'Jtl iu Bu uf. auyMtl.lfcc blaze so that chc bajggtofSt catch fire. 'lliPr.LMBI'.. Knt.r.t's hnmo n tants away and called Mr. 3ii st out and told him to go and sec lat nothing else except the thresher was burned. The men then separated, going in different directions. Mr. Langford did not belong to the Association, and had moved to Sum- inAr nnnntv. It was his intnntionq tn " ' - movo his threshing machine to his new home as soon as the condition of the roads justified. Clarksville Leaf Chronicle. Listen '" and remember the next time you sufler from pain caused by dam...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 March 1908

f jH 1 bjsn V Jt . Qfom "Tjfc .S...i ' "-' Ctj I ' v 'JHBafcdSSSlBBBWiWsWPSridffiil atalu duaBHflaiBL ttBBEBDBBa bbbhbbbbbbbbm y t Jkkam. ftaV BBBBBB&v rfJBB9BBBHK vBBBK iT''BBKKiEBBBBBBBPBBBBI TbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbSbbVjbbBIIbbsbbbPI'Klv BK.V3PaBBBBHBBBBBK9BB9BF0BBVf tUM B TPljBfcB'jJ " Bg,gJ "'fiBBBBB' I By IIUMK OK AN IftlSlI PAll.MKU, COUNTY TIPPKHAUY. Two mnnt!is the gang wetc to pitch then ten. . o-i t n- hillside, nrri .M!l;c ()'l:ci.l made a pleasunt for them lie hail the largest and coolest Iioiipo nt Siukett's. a:ul Satunlay night h w'ould throw It open for a dance for the ho.w. And it was at the third dance that Tom asked Kitty did she love him a lt "Ask me tomorrow morning. Tom." she said bofily "'TIs tonight you'll bo telling me. nnd not Inter." answered Tom, and the master! illness of him did her hcait good, for the wayward woman loves bost th man wtio makes her mind him. "You don't have to tell me at all, for I've been knowing it a mouth past Your eyes told me even whil...

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. — 19 March 1908

his ret, we re CHAPPEL HILL. The young people of this place met at the home of Mr. and M Jas. F. Canada Saturday nieh Mr. anc ,.JXM 'Mr nAmn1 7th, and enjoyed thcmscl.lvic Elder and his band f 'JCtied them ... - wiin an me good want. fW a c they could Its. Jas. V Hill, of Uravne..Kr, , c0 nf M v and fnmilr. Satnrdav Sunday. There was a singing at Chapel Hill, last Sunday evening and quite a number of young people were present. Miss Mattic Perry was the guest of Miss Lucy Yandell Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Kitty Clement visited Misses Reba and Grace Hill Saturday night and Snnday. W. H. Bigham and daughter, Miss Ruby, were the guests of J. F. Canada and family Saturday. Jacob Crider bae purchased a new organ. P. M. "Ward, of Uraync, visited W. W. Ward and family last week. George Kinsolving, of Salem, wes the guest of J. C. Adams' family Sunday. W. A. Holcman, who is living at Jas. Canada's, was visiting in the neighborhood ef Piney creek Saturday and Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. James ...

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. — 26 March 1908

il in VI M M : rata . W N tithnbm MtmthS MM r:29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. MARCH 26, 1908. NUMBER 43 XXE 11 rTr :::::t DOCK i:o::;e kxxe IKK) XKKE XKKl KK We Are Recognized as the Ladies' it Most Fashionable Millinery Store in this Community. OUR MILLINERY IS Correct as to Style, Pleasing to the Eye. It also helps to make a plain face pretty and a pretty face prettier, and above all will not prove an unusual drain upon your pocket-book. W. toll aaMl Oarnt CO?) eav CTfinviMA I rm .ivw.w Main street. WINIFRED SLEAMAHER issed Away Early Saturday Morn ing Alter a Short llliess. Marion hs had so many sad sur- priccM recently, that people aro often heard to say, "what will happen next. ' Notwithstanding thin, the fudden death, after only three daya aboence from hlirplMc'df buffine"iiVT5f one of the town's favorite young men was a shock which the community was unprepared for. He was a boy, he having not attained his majority, whom everybody loved and for the good reason that he...

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. — 26 March 1908

Tj i & u (. . h? I r p. a r it Sheriffs Sale. By virtuo of an Execution, Xo. 1-1), directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's office of the Crittenden Circuit Court, in favor of C. S. Knight against the Marion Zine Company for the sum of twenty-two thousand five hundred and dollars and sixty-five cents, ($22, 57!). (!;), 1, or one of my depu ties, will on Monday, the 13th day of April 1!0S. (that boini; County Court day), between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 2 o'clock 1. M.. at the court house door, in Crittenden county, Ky.. expose to Public Sain to the highest bidder, the following property (or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiff's debt, interest and costs), towit: The mineral in, under and to the following described land. One tract or parcel oi land, lying and being in Crittenden county, Kentucky, on the waters of Dry Fork creek, near Cookscyville church, and being the same land conveyed to A A. Davenport by Mrs. V. A. Adams and her husband, and M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 March 1908

.t, V,e i-;" "nv..,; -VT ."? ' 1.7 K- V K v Throat Coughs Ask your doctor about these throat coughs. He will tell you how deceptive they are. A tickling in the throat often means serious trouble ahead. Better explain your case carefully to your doctor, and ask him about your taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. We publl.h our formuUi ir klHl.h .lutlHl A 9 from our undletnti Wa urg you to yers comult doctor your Who nukes the best liver pills? The J. C. Aycr Company, of Howell, Mass. They have been making Ayer's Pills for over sixty years. If you nave the slight ost doubt about using these pills, ask your doctor. Do as he says, always. -Mad by the J, C. Ayer Co., Lowell. &!. Night Kidcrs In Henry County . Kminencc, Ivy., March Is - So-on nip lit riders, masked, called at the homo of Henry Kllis, thruo miles iroin Kmiiieuuo, tail night .nml demanding to know whether ho had sold his pooled tobacco. Kllis enid that ho had and they declared they wdiild loach him a lesson. They went to his ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 March 1908

nil Xk 4m wl ' iSi -" J SLr" i r .- vfo. I 1 I r.. I I i rfsvS Clothing for the Masses! AND The Masses for Our Clothing ! "Second to None," is Our Motto. Nothing is neglected to give you first class, satisfying clothes, and after you have worn tnem you will wear no other. 11 3&?ft 7 yaw s. w yy - 2? " 7? ,. 3Tl)c Cn'ttcnbcn S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered ai mitter Februarr ith. 1907 at the postoSce at Marion, Kentackj. under the Act of Congres) of March 1. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION STI1CTLTCASH IN 4DVAHCI. Single copies mailed os 1 month mailed to anr address m a months .jj S months ' 50 " " near 1.00 Clears ' 5.00 TET.MS OF SUBSCRIPTION IT SOT fID CASH IX ADVANCE. Single copies mailed 0$ 1 month mailed to anr address is 5 montns ..... Ts " " " 1 jear 1.50 THURSDAY, MAR. 2C, 190S. Our business motto: "Lejour, e'est aujourd'hui." Gold Is Found on Farm oi J. E. Coleman Near Maylleld. Mr. J. E. Coleman, living about two miles southwest of town, has found gold on his farm i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 March 1908

$ A prwwyapy t?1 f tfp y "i ' fw8a5j . ' IBBBPPMJ . l,,.A.4. :kvvx ... waMaBMaaaMaiMMBMMi . . : IT I l&Mhl mmmMmMmMMMm&&mMMMwmMMMMMM& J& $ COMPLETE IN EVERT Uircc. g m W '; Never in the history of our business have we been able to show such an extensive and beautiful line of Spring g and Sumer goods as we now have. We most cordially invite you to examine them and get our prices. :j Look at TSiis 4 and then come and look at the clothing. We sell you a Bench Tailored and S Finished by Hand J SUIT wt That is is as good as most, and much tcr than some made l0 measure garments, S u,,(1 you savc f,om S$5.00 to $12.50 JSi o" the suit. Come see :C them and and you will 4s sec the dillcrcnoc. Q We sell the celebrated s MwmnmmwmwmNmwmwwwwiim 'BHJlf F. W.Nunii.deiitut, Press Huilihng 11. K. Uourland, of Kvan.tvillo, -a$ in llic city FriJny. Kobort I. gar, of Tolu, was in the city Salurday, en route to Rochester, Ky. Jasper Higgin, of Springneld, III , Has the guest of frien...

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. — 26 March 1908

rft . if yzMyyF TrW5" I 'T"?- ,''1"'' it 4 i 4 0 O O Don't neglect your cough. Statistics show that in New York City alone over 200 people die every week from consumption. And most of these consumptives might be living now if they had not neglected the warning cough. You know how ?V FT .. 1-1 ,''& EsTTiZiiJ ion enauius J.&Lffi cough or cold. ALL DRUGGISTS fr4$&4$404060444444cfr6 MT.Y. Hack water i coni'n' up wator. Moasles havo boen prettv thick horo. Wc aro sad to note the death of Hud Habb, which occurred tbo day of this month, of pneumonia, after an illness of ton days. In Ins death the cotuiuuuity loses oue of its best citizens. He loavos a wifo and soven children. The bur ial took place at Shady Grove and was conducted by the Odd Fellows, of which he was a member. Mrs. Presley Babb is on the sick-list. Mrs. Lizzie Habb and little son, Kluicr, who has been very low with pneumonia arc improving. Willis Reynolds, of Blackford, made two trips to Fishtrap, last week with...

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. — 26 March 1908

I I. ,&, : l ILl i t U' c I" Ki i h 1 1' CBi': - in ,v Ml :W" SHT IiV?S BaHU 7 M ' c if o j it sfr um?J "V V A4 '(. if,, f .rrW ii(l7Wt B2E9 fsn?" It7v" ,A - ., ' "-' "H. ?- ,,. M PINEY. Backwater i& comiru water. SEVEN SPRINGS. . ? A ' 1 March has been very blustery so ' far. i Jonas Green has just recovered from a severe attack of LaGrippc. ! Misses Nellie and Miriam Travis of Emmaus, were visitinir their sister Mrs Hollio l'atton of this place. The Rev J C Kingsolving. of Km- j inaus, spent last Friday night with Moso L Pattou, the lollowing day he went to Mount Zion to fill his appointment at that place. Tom Fuller one of our neighbor boys is in th west. Mrs Lizzie Kingsolving, of Km maus, was visiting relatives at this place tho second Sunday. Several from here attended Montgomery's sale, March 1 1. Bob Haldess' family have boon exposed to measles. Johnic Brown and wife, of near Tilinc, passed through this part last week euroutc to Francis to visit rola tives. Bunk Whit...

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. — 26 March 1908

,'.l ;';i"" ifth MZTTTTi -v ' fl Ul f For Curb or 51o?vtvVq Liivinveivt it iinAiimncrl Ij U penetrates and relieves pain very .quickly-needs very little rubbing Laownor wave a i& An rjnrjseptic fernedy for thrush, fistula and any abscess. PRICE 25.50d. I $J.OO ! StoartVTreorise on Horses. CcHle.Hogs ond Poutrry" oenr rrec AddrtiA Dr. Carl S Sloan, Boston. Moss .USA. i'.2H3U$ SHKPictures AND Um and Fireside for 19Q8 'f.J Free With Your Subscription To The Mttenden Record-Press jjjffyoti will fend lis J1.U0 cali ,TmTCkittxniiks Kkcoimi IMiks.s or if BaWjdSey wu will icnd you, free of MthTfer'thit rot of lilOs (nine months), and .'tOD Pictures of President x i in 11 rr 1 1 f lUemelt loido. & FARM AND National farm paper. It prints tfSSi jr' othir agricultural publication. ?TfcieTGiaut of the Press,' ami helpfHltlun ct. lias departments covering every pliao of farm life, frJirpIewiuj; to tho litrhon. Interest not only farmers, but horsemen, pdtttUrjmcn in fact, any one who kueps...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 March 1908

''J ar -. if l R x . $ 4 X Ml .'0 For W Soavin Curb or Splinr IHYinveivt S is Ifptnelrares quickly-needs cfoti'nol leave An tintis'tclic yr -.n L . - - "J XvFtT '""Sa '" -ii, P. r fl and relieves pain very very little rubbing a - scar or blemish. fistula ond any obscess. PRICE 254.504 & 9I.00 Sloan Treatise on Horses. CoMle.Hoas ond Poultry" ' 5ent Free Address Dr. Eorl S Sloan. Boston. Moss.U 5 A. 500 Pictures AND Farm and Fireside for 1908 Free With Your Subscription To The Crittenden Record-Press If j mi will "end ui $1.1)0 cah in ndancc lor u years subscription The ClilTTKSHKN IUtokii I'iikms or if you are in arrears, and will pay up back dues wo will it'll d you, Iree of charge, Kami and Fireside twice a month for the rest of 1H0H (nine months), and ."00 Pictures oi 1'residcnt Roosevelt besides. FARM AND FIRESIDE is the National farm paper. It prints and circulates each month more copies than any other agricultural publication. For over thirty years it has been "The (Siaiit...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 March 1908

V rjf ? s , . ? rv &r f7" I I fi i f h9mmmmKsmrrmsBBm r rwfehrt r' T,??? lv Tf 44'4a'4'4'44'a'a'4'a'a'a'4'4444'M4'4 4 Does Quality Count With You ? t t 4 I S' xr jfcV 1l5 4 STUDEBAKER WAGON. L Always in the front means the best quality all the lime, ivcry piece ui iniiuci iiuii goes in uic oiuucucikci Wagon is air seasoned from four to five years: then rigidly inspected before being used. The Studebaker Wagon has kept the lead from ox-team days to the present time. Ev- asi s Iil4 -M MAMA W onll 4Vsi C -I r Vs. Ir 9 nnrmira bi yvjini uiiui jii iiuiivji . ni. acu int. ouiuuunni,! uli.i u o it 10 the kind that makes friends and and look them over. Main Street. MATTOON. Field Crider's family have measles. Mr. Jesse Garrett preached at Rose Bud Sunday. Those of our people who heard him wore well pleased with his discourse. Ernest Williams spent Saturday and Sunday with friends near Apple-gate. Lacy Moore of Marion was among our farmers last week buying stock. ... Guard the health of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 2 April 1908

t w o KffiT&fffiBfjg t & til It uhm - tmthSttm VOL.29, MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. APRIL 2, 1908. NUMBER 44 PUT ABOUT HIS NECK. Masked Men Accused Kuttawa Man of Talking About Night Riders. Kuttawa, Ky., March 28 At this time thcro are no soldiers in Lyon county. The County Judgo .1. L. Crumbough, last Monday tendered the courthouse to Capt. Givoin, of ihe Middlcsboro comjiany, to a used for their quarters, but 114 yet tho militia has not come. There has been no trouble in this county for some time except list Wednesday night a crowd of masked men men to the home of Will Bridges, in thin county and after taking him a little ways from his home, put u rope around hit ncok and toli Bridgos that they had been informed that he, Undoes, had said he knew who the "night riders" were and they would hang him if he did not tell. Bridges pro-tested he did not know and could not tell, and asked to betaken to tho man who had informed them when they turned him loose. Mytit Wider C...

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. — 2 April 1908

!. s U:. w J J, I lr ? L ft i Mf ? A ..l aJ itt . Hlil4'fBAiA.vA - , 31HMi4rt'wiiii'; " 'fraTssnH''9IBnVVIHK5HHBfliSPflHHBR!4v"'fRwfSI PVIMiMirilMilMnB. - ." "" rBi 1 T I iM Mfc WlMi l1 Ill . - milMi I W11"1 illii I p J ML- . 'I i a 1 -..., I ' ' W . r. !' -- .,1, , U I .v Dn W, "V- W tf'Ai j IG RAILtUUD. All the Pleasures ot Ocean Travel on a Pullman Palace Car. Miami, Fla., March 2-The most remarkable railroad in the world, which Henry M. Flagler is building on concrete arches through the shallow waters of the ocean along the garland of palm groves that cover the keys of Florida, is now in operation for a distance of Si miles to Knight's Key, and regular trains began running over it Feb. 15th. Through sleeping cars will bo provided from New York and Chicago, and they ultimately will be carried across on a ferryboat from Key West to Havana making the distance in six hours, the railway is more than half done, and, as the present turminus at Knight's Key has all the facilities for ha...

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. — 2 April 1908

i & m r'i ' v- ISP1B7 '. iV on-alcoholic S arsapar ilia If you think you need a tonic, ask your doctor. If you think you need something for your blood, ask your doctor. If you think you would like to try Ayer s non-alcoholic Sarsapa rilla, ask your doctor. Con suit him often. Keep in close touch with him. V publlih our forrauUi m w Dtnua mooQOl A from our nidiclni W uri you to ijers oontuuyour doctor Ask your doctor to name some of the results of constipation. His long list will begin with biliousness, dyspepsia, thin blood, bad skin. Then ask him if he would recommend your us'nR Aycr's IMIIs. Md by (tit J C. Ayr Co., Low.ll. Hui. Brave Mlit Riders Serve Notice While Jury Snores. l'aducih, Ky., March 20. Show-Int; their utter disregurd for Judge AV. M. Rcud, the town marrhal, the uirouit court and t lie grand jury, twenty-five while ctps rodo into Honton about 2 o'clock Thursday morning and ordered cvory negro in tho town to leave. Tlioy wont to the homo of Sallic 1'ryor, a lead...

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. — 2 April 1908

Mapwrrrr , ,, , ... .r HLt.Af "' A ' -.' .TrSBSSSSHHHBHHBMHilliMHilBI SSW5vr JSSSSBSSS7BSs)SSSSSW.SVA.t" SSSb i" H.V Ji I ii Worsteds . fPf P I : u jr , . Mflr 4 iff If iVJIiir Vl WMMmi&mmidAj - K1 fflp ? W The Lowest- '"' it " m Fl:h7Rirh7Hi I H s Kf " rVVS i mm M fjc Crtttenbcn S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered as second-class matter February 9th. igo? at the postorhce at Marion. Kentucky under the Act of Coniress of March 3, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STRICTLT CASH IN ADVANCE. Single copies mailed..... 05 1 month mailed to any address n " " " 1 months .55 " " " S months 50 iStit "t "t " 1,00 0 years .............. 5 00 TERMS OH SUBSCRIPTION IT HOT PAID CASH IN ADVANCE. Slnsle copies mailed oj 1 month mailed to any address 15 " " " 5 month 75 1 year t.50 THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 190S. Our business motto: "Lejour, e'est aujourd'hui." Some weeks ago the Record-Press published an extract from a speech delivered by Mr. Hawkins, of Lexington, in which he adrised, in rather a forcefu...

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. — 2 April 1908

'T & . M i & ) ,.H,.. : tilft p' "? Krv r7"rfiyT',vi"?ig'w'it' '',w Vw" ' J-'- .W . . .f'. M' " gHEga ; i' '-k iCJiMfrwnTiirini i " 1 . J. I I i J"" "" v '. 9MI. rTT55525 aasfe. ' vl W alitor pwmmJsmmAmMsmmMMMMMWMies 4S DON'T WORRY ! - - - H Blue. A)11 ;g For you can find "Right Here" the Nicest, Prettiest and Cheapest Line of First Class jg Merchandise Ever Shown in Crittenden County. g sS) -S Wc Know That CLOTHES "w "iui iiaiu iiiu man, Aut it does make a vast difference as to the kind of ffi clothes you wear in the way they fit, as to the appearance m. you make on those with 1 whom you come in contact. ;5 Let us show you suits that J3& arc C "Tailored on the Bench" d ai,(l "Finished hy Hand" "O. and you will see the difference J between them and other ready- li suits, and the pretty Ci l)ar 's tne' cost yu no "lore f' than many regular " owns. way. "hand-me- Coine see them any Headquarters for Dress Goods and Waistings, And the prettiest and most complete line to sele...

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