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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 15 July 1904

3E( pttEtlEKE irmm sa- mT . rrr n " r V : 1 ; it VOLUME 1. uiiMnrDpnniiMn I .4 3 ! I MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1904. NUMBER I. lUNULnunuuNU WORLD m Shipments of Lead, Zinc and I Greater Than Last Season j Progressing Most Fax i i jEWS. s 2 jSpar Much AN EXTREMELY PROSPERO jjllUOOK. Uliic & Nunn have Urn shipping from their Old Jim mine very reg ularly. Tiny have delivered on Uiurd car for tit" N'ortlteni Smelt er, during tin- jmxt thnr or four wirks, 1 1 car 1kiU of on, two of which were Jack, Humming up Uing xinc mrUmatt, Hp),U iHiiuiiU, sulphide i( line (Jink,) lUI.IHI) prtllld. Tlte same lllilie ha MAO"" piuiitiV of rar U.imte ready t.i go forward this woi-k. The StiM-rintciil'iit of thin ln rty tell the KnuKti that Im ha din-ovcred a mnill-l vein on the Old fun ground some 31 "fl yard tart ( tin- prvciit oM-tiiiK with wry -idi-d indication ol another "good lliinc." The iiiik liim ry on what i known hk I ) nine nm, i sUmt ready l Mart up. There arc...

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. — 15 July 1904

.J ji IT'S A CASE OF WalK Over Shoes FOR MEN. i la I Sale i 5 Getting Rid of Gbqds ! And we know inducements in Style, Price and Quality must Ao it. Our Great Stock must be cut down and from now until all K0lr.t you will find inducement at this store only. - MENS SUITS. To clean up this month: See these Values. A lot $10.00 and $1100 Suits lor $7.50 A lot of $8.50 and $750 Suits lor $5.50 $8 and $7 Coals and Pants lor $5.00 Lots of Boys Suits at A Sacrifice. Pants for all at a Big Savbi SEE OUD GREAT STOCI, INVEST AND SAVE 20 PER CENT. I lot weather low cut Bhoes for men and Women. Prices ftl I . A.. I- - .L II V mntle to make them ell Summer shirts, ties. lelts v? -the kind you will like for & hot weather. m Dry t All these must pro Cioods, Dress Goods, White Goods, Shoes and Slipiiers. Straw Hats and Novelties of thrt Simoon. i Come and sec the Goods. a Queen Quality gj Shoci and Slippers lor Women. j. 1 yAnd ELL, C'UCENHEIRfl CO. G1 UNDERGROUND WORLD NEWS ( ONTIM Kit IROM FlI...

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. — 15 July 1904

jyiEois (bran special Mifcj 1 - p LOfHlNO !- : I ' 'i , ' . . . " 5E6iNNIG Saturday, July 16th and continuing until August 1st, we shall place on sale AT COST and LESS THAN COST our entire stocK of Clothing. ; We shall not confine you to a few hot leather coats arid vests or a few summer suits at a reduction of 10 or 15 per cent, you can do that anywhere Bbt will offer you choice of anything in our $5000.00 Stock of the Best Clothing in IVfarion at Prices lower than ever before offered by any house in town. II you intend to buy a suit within the next six months now is your opportunity to save1 good money. No difference whether it's a Summer Suit, Winter Suit or all-the-ycar-round-suit you want you can have the largest line p! new patterns in town to select from and can buy them at a price that you' positively cannot duplicate elsewhere. IS Here Are a Few Figures Look at Them ! A lot ol $&50 and $10.00 SOs lor $6.00 tO $7.00 Ul ttaffijlSSSta A $2.50 to $3.00 Auoijaooii$ujosuitiio...

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. — 15 July 1904

i 9 Che Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. JAS. E CHITTENDEN, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION, PER YEAR, ONE DOLLAR. Application mule for tmnimliwlon through tha nails aa mall matter 01 uw awjuim FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1904. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET, FOB rUKHIKKST THKOPORKROOSEVFXT Of New York. KIIR VICE PRESIUKST CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS Of Indiana. SALUTATION. There's much in a lx-ginning. It takes more resolution to do tlmh it docs to say nnythiiiK- Enterprise after enterprise make A graceful bow to the public ami thin Ugins its career, but it's not the low that brings success, but the business sagacity ami purpose of those win foster the enterprise. The news paper has long lieen recognized as a public benefactor. That which benefit the public must U- con ducted in a burineso-like, public spirited way. So, then, as we lead you to ami through our columns, we make our lxw and say to you that we mean business. We mean to treat you fairly. The position of an editor is a peculiar and often a trying on...

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. — 15 July 1904

F T AMD 1 ! . l it Lishfrd 1 With the First Issue and Best Bargains! D0AS and Collars And if you arc looking for values wc have them in Clothing for SHOES Look wen, fit Men and Boys, Dress Goods, Waistings, Shoes, Oxfords, Sandals, than any other Rhne, on and wear weii. and bear in mind that the great reduction in the prices of all Cloth- iu n'y in6 and Summer Goods is for your benefit as well as to reduce Minions wear 1 our stock- We wil1 gjve yo" values that you can not find elsewhere Why Not you COME AND SELECTION LOCAL BREVITIES Richard Ik-laiut, of Sheridan, wan ere Hni hi I 1 .1 ,Mi Ida Aill i" Siting relative ,1 tin country. Uuy ymir ltuilding I. under from '.o-ToS .V PvMC. (hii. Ruwm-ll, 11I France, wax in l,i- city Saturday. lr. Aiiiitkum, nf Sullivan, wa in In- ily Saturday. J. p.rown, "I Shady Grove, wa ,1 town Saturday. Mt Melville Akin, i( Priii.vt..n, vi-iting friend- here. S. H. Mathewn.of France, called it ll.ii" Un Saturday. Mn. Imp, i.( Texan, i gu.-t t Iwr Mi, lln...

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. — 15 July 1904

NUMBER THIRTEEN As Given in American History, Not Considered Unlucky. Queen Victoria once i'kp( Am" bnwtador Chonto if Americans I litvwl 13 to 1h- an unlucky immU r. "No, Your Maj.ty," lie replied, "we do not, for Die eternal foumhi tionH of our republic were built up on tin nuinlx r 13." Let uh nee what Mr. t'hoate re ferred to. In the first place Amer ica wan discovered on the eve of the 13th day of the month, and the original republic consisted of 1:5 colonic. The first olltcial Mars and utripcH adopted June 14, 1777, had 13 stripes and 13 stars. Our national emblem the American ea gle, quires 13 letters to spell it, as does the motto on our seal "E. Pluribus I'mim," ami of the great al of the 1'. S., Annuit Cocptis." The lirst word t pass over the Atlantic cable was sent on the 13th day of the month, and on Friday at that. The silver quarter in your purs- is not considered a "hissliai" yet 13 is written all over it. Ala.vc the head of 1nVrty are 13 stars, the eagle Uars an oliv...

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. — 15 July 1904

Fast Living Courted, Wooed, Married, Separated All Within Thirty-Six Hours ( 'mil tril, wimn'iI, iiiiirriiil and L imruti'il, nil within thirty-nix mir, mih-Ii in tlm mniiinci' cxM-ri-ncctl ! pretty I'Mim ,M. Monicr, Lni' f tlic liriKlittKt iiihI niiiHt viva- intiH hcIumiI Kills nf ('ortlainl, New ink, iiihI Warren II. Jurvix, of hiea, 11U1 of tin' Empire State. ii' irinciitil attorn in thin r 1 1 niaiu'i' nrc now Hcutntci mul en iiikiiI, ainl will K'i'iii rccoril, fear- tiini', Tliry an- tciiMtiK the lift' (Hit of inn here in Ithaca, hnt if you Were here I Wollltl lint llliml it.' Ilcinenilicr the last walk vt had to H'tlicr? It WiiK liki'iuliiani to inc. Why did tiny mjniratc us? I would Jinvc doni- everything in my tmwer to make you lui'ipy. Now, my dear Kdna, writ ine a nice, lonn letter, and ti ll nc what ymi think of tin- whole alTair. Votir K no iluplirutiuii of their folly liylnwn hm-lntnil, y loviiiK couple tin- w'nlc world r. iwrdiiiK to current report tin- inantii' im-idi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 15 July 1904

LOCAL NEWS. DYCUSBURG. Hn i 7th n rain storm did great damage t eropn udjaeent to Dycusburg, in I.yon county. Mr. Maddux, of KnoxvilU. Trim with hi family nre stopping at the home of Fred Ka mage. Air. .Mii'l dux has under construction a tele phone line from Dycusburg to Fre donia. This line will put iJyuis burg in connection with all the large cities in the Mississippi Valley. Will Northern, eon of Jno. Northern, who lives mar town, fell from the lap of a tree into the fork of a limit ami broke his leg near the hip, while fishing in Livingston ("reck last week. Mr. TollK-rt, of Mo., is the guest of his friend, Fred Wells. Mrs. Hattie Iiyd, of Princeton, is visiting here. Mrs. Wells is visiting friends at Sugar Creek, Livingston county. Miss Maine (i raven is at home from Padm-ah. Mrs. lr. 1'hillips and little daughter and Miss h Phillip left Sunday on the steamer, Hut torff, f..r Living-ton county to visit the family of (i. W. Phillips. Henry Mitehel and wife are tit the liedside o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 22 July 1904

' -wyrr f-mt ratal Jtasf il VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1904. NUMBER 2. A FREE MAN! George M Sisco Charjed With Murder Released From Custody. INCIDENTS OP THE TRIAL I The second trial of (ieorgc M. Siw-o, charg"d witli the murder of Mis Ifa rttiu Williamson, domd on Wednesday evening, the verdict of the jury U-ing "Not Cullty." It will In- remembered that on the first trial the jury digres and Ni wax permitted to give a Und for hi appearance at the following' term of eourt. A gnat d.iil of fil ling ha cxit-d since the das tardly d.-cd w a coiuinitt.'d and to an extent still remains. It is hoped, however, that the verdict of tin jury, weigl ling the rvidemi carefully and patiently a they unUetioimhly did, will re- lieve much o( the l. n-iivii that ha exi't.-d U Ue. li the friend of tl oul and tho-e of the lovable daughter, who was the vjetiln of so dark a crime. In. I... C,.r.l..i. !. I. ul .t this trial, L , typi.al type of the ! fair ittijxle I, ...

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. — 22 July 1904

LOCAL OVERFLOW. G. R. Bibb was in town Friday. A. J. Pickens spent Sunday in Evansville. R. M. Williorn was in d'ri-cnville Saturday on business. Thos. Jones, of JoncsUiro, Ark., was in the city last wcrk, Jesse Porter, of Inna, gave us a pleasant cull last week. L. S. Rushing, of Mexico, gave this office a call last week. J. J. May, of Carrsville, spent few day in town last week. J. I.. I,amb, of Iron Hill, gave ni? a call Saturday and had his name put on onr subscription list. Mr. and Mrs. li. O. Trimble, of Livingston county, attended the Sunday School convention at Oak drove last week. Pave Walker, of Tennessee, has started in to learn the telephone business fnun Manager W. I!. Hut ler of the Marion exchange. A. K. Rrown, formerly of this county, but now a merchant at Clay, was in town the first of the .twi,. weeK ami calico at mis oince. (iritlin P.uchanan and John F. VIEW. The health of this neighlorhood is good. V. It. rtnnklcy, our enlei joining nieri'hant and postmaster is ...

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. — 22 July 1904

THE RECORD'S COXTI.NTMI HtOM MUST PA!K. TIIK MAJdH I t.KMKNT property near the Crittenden Upringx hotel, has a gissl sized ore dump that will prohahly avenge lo pi-r win. oi Jswir. 1 lie shall um-ir . - A I mi ft a. ' uliows a large u(ly or ore. A small plant of machinery nt thin point for separating purposea would ls a cup it ill investment, um there in, heside the Majors, a largn quantity of good concentrating ores at the other properties in the near vicinity. MK, JOHN TONKIN of Wilkeshiirre, I'a., in exploiting n coul property mar that of the Wheatcroft coinpany nt Whcatcroft, Ky. He will likely have a very complete equipment for mining, eh tricity l'ing itwd wherever pox sihle. IT IN Hl'MOHKII that the I 11 it f t St.it. -K Coal Com pany, at Sturgis, lux allowed x. v. erul small judgment to l entered up against it, the pn-xident. Mr. Xevinx, Ixing in Kurope. THK wohk on the Curlew coal pr .ji. r1y, n. ar it tr i . . t """ I'""""'. "" V . r , tra.k slope l,h, drive, near the j ' ...

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. — 22 July 1904

i v. (i Cbe Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. JAS. L CHITTENDEN, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. PER YEAR. ONE DOLLAR, Application irisd for trannliion throuh th IMili u mail matwr of th ircand clM. t. , ,- FRIDAY. JULY 22, 1904. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. inn PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT Of Now York. . FOR VICE PRESIDENT CHARLES W. FAIR RANKS Of Indiana. The telegram of the Prohibition ist to Bryan to "come" was the "unkindeft cut of all." "Peerless leader" P.rynn's -on-duet at the convention has Ixen de acrilied as a strenuous tugging at the halter strap. It is rumored that 1,21) Tamina- nv limves ucri IrnnsnoHiMl from KewYnrTr In Hi T i Olid 1. itnl cost of W.OnO for the round trip. It is re)orted that '310 English ,,. . w-fwin tim . i soldiers fought , 000 ThiNtans for . . ... ,. 24 hours and the result was one IIIUII fl.lllV.1. 1.1 . ' I'llllll. 111. 1IIV i m ., . ,. . . , ; ninn in iui 11 11 rjn. .itiiiutii i I in Kentucky brethren in the mount- ain counties. Esopus Hfins to W a pla...

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. — 22 July 1904

LOCAL BREVITIES It. J. Morrin, Pcntit, Marion. E. II. Julnin, of Evallrivil'c, in 'in the city. Ji K' Park, df Salem, wa in town Tuedny. Editor Jan. E. Chittenden iH in Hopkinaville. J. L. Clifton in viiting relative in I'ycutdnirg. Ilcv. Eli Katun, of Salem, wan in town Monday. S. M. Jenkins returned from St. 1mi Monday. Minx IVana Hill i veiling r.la ti v-k in tlx' city. Ir. (Iraw'liaiii, of Sali'in, wa here Wedneday. Fati- Alley, of Kalm , wan in the city Wednesday. Jonatlian li.lt, of I,ola, wa in town Wednesday. 'Squire Aiiwortli, of Irma, wa in tow n Tui "day , I". K. CiU-y. W.l hep' Wednesday f Pv.mi.iwk. j Saiii (Migenheim returned fr,,,,, j the World' Fair Tiieday. Owen 'mt went to I k i 1 1- i 1 Tint-lay toN-U hi tola..... Kv ry day thi wnk the Si-... trial hn lcn mil attendeI. P.ev. J. S. Henry will preach at I'iney Creek the t'.fth Sunday. N. I'. Pittill... of l.ivii g-ton! co.mly, wit in town Monday. j E. D. Hill, i f Id pkin county, j iitl J. W. (liven thi wii k. ' Att...

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. — 22 July 1904

t Sheriff's Sale For Taxes ! By virtue of taxes due the county of Crittenden and J. W. Ijimb, !. C. C. fr the year l'.HKl, I or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, tlie 8th day of August, 1!H, lietweeii the hours of 10 o'clock, a. in., and 2 oVIoek, p. in., at the court house d(Kr in Marion, in Crittenden county, Kentucky, expose to I'l'B LIC SALE, to the highest hidder, for cash in hand, the following property (or so much thereof as may lie necessary to satisfy the amount of taxes due aforesaid and costs) to wit: Adams, Sandy It, lot in Marion, tax 11103 and costs 8'22.75 Clark, Jos J, 15 a near 1 S Max well, tax '03 and costs -4U.73 Crowe, Mrs Carrie, lot in Marion tax '03 and costs 13.10 Griffith, Aaron F, lot in Marion tax '03 and costs 11.95 Hammond, Given G, 1 a near It W Wilson, tax '(r.'03 and costs 5. 15 Henry, James, lot in Marion, tax '03 and costs 'J7.15 Hill, Henry O, 0 a near C C Woodall, tax '03 and costs S.50 Holoman, Henry, 50a near C M Hon r, tax '03 and costs 7.1...

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. — 22 July 1904

THE MOST EXPENSIVE CITY. Coct of Bunnlnj Kw Tork It H early I a Quarter of th Whole I TJolUd ltata. The taxpayer! of the city of New Tork are railed upon to pay in o cal taxci annually the euoruioti luiu of 1100,000,(11)0. The entire coat of inaintainiiiK the federal government for the year 1903 1!MJ waa only IC4,(H)(),000. Hut the city of New York anemia vantly more than 10(I,000,00(( a year. With ill many iNuea of public bond for improvement, it ex-uditiireh run up to f 1!0,000,(KM) or more. Tliia ia fully one third ai much money ua it needed to muintuin the federal government for a year. Id directing how thin money otiall he ejiciit the mayor ha the chief responsibility. It ian prodigal out lay. An eix rt atudc tit of muuici )al affuira declared recently that in public acrvlee the city of New LICHT BULBS FOR WATCHE8. Tiny iDcandeacent Light Now tJeed to Illuminate tb Face of Timeplecea. In old verge watchea diula were enameled and the 12 boura in re lief enabled blind perHons toa...

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. — 22 July 1904

LOCAL NEWS. SHERIDAN. J. M. (ianliuT is visiting liis son, Dr. W. F. Gardner. Hi- is an old soldier and one of General Custer's BtufT-oflicers. IK' was under Sheri dan in tlie last days around Rich mond. His Inline is at Carrsville. J. P. Wiggins and wife and Frank Smith visited in Livingston cvunty last week. J. J. Thomas, who is one of the lest mail carriers in the I'nited States, is nIT duty this week on ac count of U'ing sick. Mrs. F.lla Thompson, of Sturgis, is visiting the family of I. W. Thomiison. II. K. Most ly, of Calhoun, was here this week looking at our nun- ernl fields. He is a st- khohler 111 the ltiff Four Soar mid I-:il Mine ! near here. Misses Ida and Sue llilxtut visit id their sister, Mrs. .1. W. Wright near Tolu Monday. J. It. Station and Life Hill went over to Henshaw last week. Life lias 11 joli tlu re. . Miss Sadie Bangher, of Sturgis, visited friends here last week. Messrs. Ross (livens and C. W. Cartwright, two of our mineral men have gone home for a few da...

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. — 29 July 1904

Khz tttenden Mzzwttl VOLUME I. ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1904. AND A CITY LOT FOR $75. Its a Good Deal Like Getting Money from Home. The Offer Made to Fifty People by the Reed Mining Company. Only Fifty Investors Arc Invited to Participate in the Biggest Thing in This Big Mining District. ON THE DIAMOND Two Interesting Garnet Between Our Boyt and Princeton. Last season the Kred Mininc Company commenced tinlm . .h,r been Vn V lmn.i T.K. i osen simply from the surface indications which fortunately have, been proven almost absolutely correct as shown by Surveyor Kevils transit line. Arr.njements are now be.nj made for continuous work at this shaft, a Colorado hoist will be SSJl'i d'r,h When Uve, will be driven rth i.y. property of h& Leal. Immlittt. Tht. Licite in runt Tfit lint of tht vC ijyhrt,h Tht land i$ tffantit tint fot.V4 trpM tht Lvtilt Mint. it t dryf no ft nd nunk t L I C'v Liiici I - J' I'? y - i a : . . Ji If "jJUUjA: 11...

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. — 29 July 1904

J c. THE WEEK S REVIEW IN THE MINERAL FIELD ; ings from it plant, extending four mill'.". Tlir .'Pint plant , w In n its units arc all Luilt, will 1 tin- larg- .-1 in t hi- world, ami w ill enst 'iin.Oiiii. Tlic piv-ent pi'lui t 1 l 1,1 A H I.I i.'l io,,,,,!.- J"!' I!!'!1!!!!!. Till- will I i ini-r. ;l-.1 t.(:M.IMi:t,(Ml. ucement Ind Fluor Spar Being Raised at Memphis Mine That Resembles Blocks of Ice. Gcod Progress Being Made by Eagle Fluor Spar Company. At 1 in i-M r itith (lial't of tli.- Memphi hidi grade 1 1 ii" r -par that mine La- aluav Leeii in vi -red. ntiii.- tu In very large defined. Tin- Hum' .par pure and el.-ar that it in strong r - -i ; 1 1 !:! i i- t" '! Tlii.- quality will It ti I'.Xl'KlilMI .NT.- I" A -i I 1,'I.MN tin . e'Tet I "f radium luiin- 1 1 :i n Im-ii i 'i i i 1 1 u -ti I I'.v a l'ari- -i-i. uti--t, -hnuing i'i-iilt-. ililTi'i'inn fi-mii tlm-e prodm-ed l.y any other wniree of lieat. If the ray- nf mit iNtivn Tni: Human-, i 'I' hieagn. who Inimlivlth part nf...

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. — 29 July 1904

CLIFF DWELLERS Were Skilled Stii'uoons and Often Tie pruned Skuiis. In 1 1 - v-ji r 'inj , , r-, llliillth ill N V ,M( ii (i, IllVa f-tij.lf- inn tli'1 ruins "f tin- ( HIT 1 v 1 1 r -, mid w :it I ii Vi vn- ic civi luii'li enurti-.v fp'in Prf. K. I.. Hewitt, piiinipnl of (In- M;iti' imr unit m lioo, wlm-i- linr i illi i lion of (lit! lwrlh r p'lii - w;i kindly I l:i t lit my iIi-k-;i1, for -y lio lliitri'' -lll'lv. In 1 1 . nillirtion of ;',n -kill!- V:t IviliK ill ii , 1 1 i ri W;i " In- of ;ili till'-! I ; 1 1 ) i.f iiM-rup' p:"lti"ll lll.ll Ji.lXi' iio-1 li 1 1 lil I k il t ! I t,i if nil M 1 Ml I Mi ' I rivilllllifll of tli' Mill I'Wl 111 I- " 11 ill till' -kllll lllilt luiil )oi II U ;illlfilll.V tli iliim d, With it i'l'' in nio.li in .ron - in :iit- mill ii in "' ii " i'I1' I" ' "ii i'li r t r iiliiiiiuK "in' of tin -m i i;il triumph of -inn :. ;il -kill inm di--tiiiiin-hi 'I for r ipi'l .i'U.hi. . n.i tit . I Wn -lirpl l-iil It 1 1 tin iipp.in hi a if' I tl' ll of li.lllili ...

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. — 29 July 1904

n r' AND Sec pur Bargains! All our Stock to be cut loose and the $1 Low Price must do it. We have the Best Goods at the U Price of Trash. . , & SEE THESE FEW SPECIALS. $ The Chance of Chances to save Dollars at oi MONEY SAVED ON ALL OUR LINES. .Mens $4.00 Patent Low Cvts $2.75 A lot $12.50 Suits lor $8.oo A lot ol Ladies Shoes worth $2.00 lor 50c. " lO.oo Suits lor 7.5o A lot of Childrcns Slippers 50c worth double. " 8.5o Svits lor 5.5o Yandell-Gugenheim Co A lot of $1.50 and $2.00 Pants for $1.00. " 7.5o Suits for 5.oo II SEE ED! i -1 Oe rimiivicn Record. i.-.-tk:) vki:ki.v. JAS. L CHiTTEHDEN, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION, PtR YIAR. CVSfc DOLLAR. fntrn.; -.M-.-,.nl.r!,.m,.tlT.II 1". I "' at tl e mjt. t:v-' ia n. n. Kv un it-r Ai-: nil ,,! re.uf .Harvl, ;:. I-:.'. FRIDAY. JULY L,(.i. IDol. REPliLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. ''i I'!:l II'IAT TliF.olii )!!!: Iioo.-KVKI.T if NVxv Y.n-k. Kim vii n I'i;kmiknt t IIAKI.KS W. FAIIMSANKS ( If Indiana. , ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF TIl'VAT.: Wa nrn nuf...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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