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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 7 October 1904

, 0 E E j M V 1 I life 13 till ,? HIV $ ... . v)N. We are Pleased to Repeat that our Stock is ! IL I . 1 I I A. f A a B new, iiean ana up-io-aaie, uur qualities me Best that can Possibly be Bought and Our Prices are Always the Bottom. IF THIS WILL INTEREST YOU Examine our Men's Suits, Boy's Suits, Overcoats, Rain Coats, MacKinetts, Ladies Cloaks and JacKets, Ready Made SKirts, Shoes for Men, Women and Children, Underwear lor all Sizes, Hats, Caps, Tarn's and Toques. lataatt GOME, LET US PROVE IT. SHOES OF DISTINCTION ! W. L. Douglas for Men. "RADCUFFE" and "FAD" FOR WOMEN. School Shoes for Boys Girls ft 81 THEY CANT BE BEAT. A Pleasure to Please. Taylor & Can nan. I 82$2J2&. 2$2 i i 2$2$ LOCAL BREVITIES. K. J. Mirr'tx, IVnli.t, Marion. J. AVW Imh was in Sturgix MoiuLit. Will Itutlnii 1-ft Wcdlicxduy fn J. W. Wilson wan in Kvanxvillc Kt it. Wiilmmluv. Have Kcvil wa in Paducah S.it-i (i. P. Wilson, of Weston, wax in urdav. i the city Tuexday. I I'r. J. (I. Iixn lift Monday for...

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. — 7 October 1904

li'i i ' i S 3 t1. ':i Mi ri: lui . I ... l 'I.-: 1: 1 V CONSTITUTIONAL CARRSVILLE. II. 1. Uuttcr ami family leave fur Hardin this week. MORGAN FIELD I e- i ii ajj r-'i- ... kt So Say. the Court oUppea's of Ren-. N c ,, imtl ,,.;'" "n..n mm una r.,, istration Law. ! n...n an- huilding a small, lirrt class tending Grand Lodge. gasoline 1 h :it for tlic lK'iii tit uf local The Omit of Apls uphijlils' f the validity of tin art of tin- last , . ,, , f ,),.. , OI lieill llilll.'ll, ." ion- - general ussen.hly providing f-r the . . . , , , ! Suiulav for California. Clarence Wright li ft last Thur: THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Lesson In the International Berlee for October 0, 1804 "The Wid ow's Oil Increased." ii ii .wiling of registration certificates to voter, nnil the extension of regis tration to nil incorjmnitcd towns in the commonwealth. The opinion was delivered hy Judge Settle, the whole court con cidcring the question and concur ring. The question came hefore the court here on an apx-n...

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. — 7 October 1904

fl mi s S iegorb The Vp-to-Date Western KcntvcKy Newspaper It contains all the best General news and all the Local news in Crittenden and Livingston counties. It is read in the home everywhere. If you are not a subscriber already, sub scribe now. $1. Going at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick and Choict ol thi Btit Journals Will bt Found in Our Clubbing Lilt. We will send TllK CRITTEN DKX Record and either of the following journals loth ONE YEARjfor price named: Tllf t'll!TTIMi IlliiillH Willi Cim iiitiAti Wiikly l!iiiiiinr lmi!!. Hi ni l M. Laii. I.I..I. s iihk rut (''iirii r J i r 1 1 , 1 Witklv Yt-ltwllf Ani rn mi Or we w ill send TllE.RHCoUt) and the Weekly Knquirer, la.th, and either of the following journals one year for jirice named: i mi i i.t.i i .." n io 1 .7 1 i .. 1 In' ( 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 r j.n ' '. ,u!,ir Migiiur Vh k H'-r.il M iguiur kniM ( ity M.ir I -mk''1ii.iii M.ijrwMi" ohi.i K.i riii- r N'.iMoiihI kin in iiii'l r'aruar !r.-.-.i r' I'm Mr S ilititii' Ann fx .Hi Ann ri .in H...

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. — 7 October 1904

ft U jk. KEk flrfv mm m Wf. hnvft mir New Ktncl? fnr Fn!l and Winter wt- at w i.iii u -am Ma w r w a a w i a w w w w a w ,m . m. . TX rsdf o ow Reaty. Our StocK consists of Dry Goods, 2& uress uooas, waui uoous ana lnmmings, Millinery Goods, that arc New and up-to-date. Hosiery and Underwear, Shoes, Hats and Clothing. Matting, Rugs and Druggets and we will sell them cheaper than anybody. WHY? BECAUSE WE SELL ONLY FOR THE CASHlj ATef When we Quote Prices on our Staples we name the Brand of Our Goods. Pacific and Simpson Calico 4Jc per yard. Hoosier Brown Domestic 4Jc " Hope Bleeched Domestic 7 c " B. F. Conestogs bed tick 15 c " Pepperel Bleech Sheeting 10x4 20 c " Brown " 10x4 18 c Cotton Batting 5 cents per bale. And all other staples in proportion. COME IN AND SEE OUR New Dress Goods The $1.00 quality Broad Cloth 90c. per yd. The 1.00 44 Mohair 00c. The 1.00 44 Zebelines 90c. The .50 4 4 4 4 45c. And a,ll other Dress Goods in Proportion. Come in and see the New Danish Cloth fo...

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. — 14 October 1904

Jffiem jvh-IU m n it if VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1904. NUMBER 14. VVM IV M II II II DENNY SPEAKS Republican Campaign Opened in This County by Hon. Geo. Denny. LARGE AUDIENCE PRESENT I I. Hi pul.liiaii campaign fur th: ...tinty was formally imd hi re W. dm -day, when t ii . (. pinny, of Icxingtoii, a. Mr. ",-d large and appreciative ail'li me at tlif nuill lioll-H'. r lin.t rily it i not an a-y iu.it li r t'i c t a large crowd In re in mid-wick, ami on ai iiiiitit of ii l.iiitun nt at otlur 1'l.n . Judge l' nny nuiM not make tlii 'int ;it any otlur tilnr, howcxir, Hot w ith'tanding th.se fai t. there n i large i f"'l in town an. I tin y nil i aim- to Inur tin- saakil.g. 1 'Li p- wiTf irtn l.i ri' from .i.l.ining ii. ontii ati-l i lal g..M l' in. r.itu lio lift tl,i ir jkirty in I '''. I In ar 1 tin- aku.g. making known tlnir inT I it n ! ip.rt !! It uii'l Faii'-ank' Judge I i uny a Mn n.i- int,r- : g throughout, .tii'l ln-iiiliii II !;i l;i f...

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. — 14 October 1904

Furnitur I Tw Gar L J'3 f We're Pushing Paint We're doing it all the year 'round, but harder than evrr now, because it'i the height cf the paint ing season. We have cvirything that good painting requires. There are no better paints nude than The Sherwin-Williams Paints They have a wider sale than any others on the market, be cause they are the best. No matter what you have to paint, talk it over with us first. f3 Financial Statement OF Crittenden County Showing all Claims Allowed From September 7, 1903, to September 7, 1904. A'lainc, J C p ami t on r A'laiii, J F p iiikI t on r Allen, I' M p aii.l t on r Amli rn, J M p anl t m r Austin, II It p n ii. 1 1 on r Saint', nail" Ap"', J II p ami t nn r Av'ih, Will paml t on r Avis Tall p ami t mi r At; , A A p iiikI t nn r 8:t : 1 I :t '2 1 4 Airiip' W K ju.lMliit l' 2 Afln-r, J I il.rk l.i t 1mi:1 -J A.lridp-, J. .Im p and t mi r I ,-l r, J H Mippl'n fomllnv in Sun.-, i..vinK lunary im,. 2 S.UIK-, imiuUit inn papm I Ibwton, J X liiml. r ...

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. — 14 October 1904

I' fn. SPLIT COMING The Dcmocraik Party Will Go to Pieces After the Election Is Over. Now they find ttmt they wcrcl swindled. The. "powerful inllu enecs," which were to conic to (he; "hi of I'urkcr, rc not 'loing any-' yy. en th".r,g. Titcymrc dragged onto a j Kol'l platform in a way that diil not "Hit them ut St. Imis. H van a ' hitter .lose for Tillman, Yardman, Williams mid others at St. buns to BIG METEOR Kit Doctrine of Compensation. The death of Col. 1). G. Colson on the 27th of Senteinlicr nt Mid- With Hammer It Rfhflsi'Il1'''''" w a rcnmrkuhlo demon Like A Bell juration of the doctrine f compen sation, the ancient lelief in, fear " ' and worship of Mnemcsis. Col The sixty-ton meteorite hroiight Colson was in his 41th year and n I hi 1 1 ia i it and handsome man when SOUTHERNERS COMPLAINING SiiitliiTn IliiniM-rats are com plaining that the Northern wing of tie- party is not carrying out its jurt "f the agreement limde Wforc tin- M I'iiis convention to secure tl. ii inatioii o...

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. — 14 October 1904

m m Our Strong Limes ! Dress Goods m Latest Patents, Colors and Fabrics. Great Line of JacKets, Furs and Skirts. Our $5.00 JacKets arc Worth $7.50. Invest Your Money with us and you will Find a Rid Sav- We bid for yovr business on the merit o! ovr goods and low ncss o! our prices. BEST GOODS tor LEAST MONEY. Know what they arc? Why wc sell so Much Stuff? You want to come in, then you will see What Our Strong Line Means! BETTER NOT PUT IT OFF, AND WHILE YOU ARE IN SOME OF OUR "PERSUADERS" WILL TEMPT YOU FOR A DOLLAR OR TWO - BUT YOU WONT CARE, YOU'LL HAVE THE BEST END OF THE BARGAIN iN YOUR GOODS. New Walk-Over Shoes for Men. New Queen Quality Shoes for Women Shoes tor Boys and Girls. Shoes tor Men and Women. BUY THE KIND THAT STAND THE HARD WEAR. From Every Stand- $ point Our StocK jfe Compels Attention jji? Sec the New Clothes for Boys and Men. Vi We have them at the Right Price. New Hats, Caps, Fur nishings, NccKwear Itk Today is your day to fyfy see us for Bargains pj A dollar sa...

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. — 14 October 1904

M T IS3 n ir IN II I&fliy Si W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES That every transaction shall be so satisfactory to each custo mer that it may become a real pleasure for them to extend vs their patronage. TO PLEASE YOU K You will Examine our Goods and get our Prices on fa to fa $ Km r f & i LOCAL BREVITIES. l: J. M..rn-. Knti-t, M.,ri..i.. II II. Say re i- in ft. I.ni- thi- V k . V. I. sh wtnak. r i- ntt. ii'Iihk Kair- Mi- h-ra M..all I. ft Tiilay ' " W. I.. A.la..,. i- Mt.-I.I.I.K tl,e J,.... fo, Iron left Ti:.-I .v f-r tl.r i. . u"r1,1 " I.. I!. Il ir.l. of Kl.ui.ie, a- , . w i .. i .. ' l.r.- at.ir.lay. l.t.ar.1 l.r. -t. r. of rrillc. v a- l.en. Kri.lay. W. IS. K.utl.r ,. ,f.- M..,t Mnelay in Minn. M. Mirv I'm IIi' Mitwill i in la In. ali tin-ii k. .ii Taylor an. I wife w.r- in l..nMi!le Tu.-la. Mr- J..l.n l'!t. of lieri laii. lift I.i.-li f..r St b.ii I I! M. Af.t-uifl wife I. ft M-ii- .In to att. ill the Kair . t l,a.,.i of IoU. wa- I ' i- ml lit r M lav. I'r J N T-l.l of Krcloi.ii V '...

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. — 14 October 1904

FINANCIAL (Continued from Second Pan--. ) Kirk, Fred p and t on r Kirk, II II lumU r & nails King, (ien 11 p ami t on r King, Tom p ami t on r King John p ami t on r King, (li'o p anil t on r Kirk, J (' p ami t on r King, John p ami t on r King, (ico II p ami t on r Kirk, J S n ami t on r Kemp, Ci I) Masting rock King, (i A hauling anl Kirk, Itiul p ami t on r Ijimb, J V mail orders etc Lynn, HL 2 pauper collins ; 1 17 4 ; C i ,S 7 in 2 1 .10 s .... a V ' '111 lir" i-l La Rue, T M serv fiscal court ti Lynn, Tom p a t on r 4 d li Lynn T M 3 1-2 1 p a t on r .1 Lnnhain.WU 31-2dpAtonr LaRue, James p a t on r Iamb, W I) p and t on r Same, lumlier for road Lueaa, A L p and t on r Lanham, Elisha p a t on r Loften, J R p and ton r Lainli, J V p and t on r Lrwin, Jim p and t on r Lynn, V C a and t on r Ix wis, E p and t a r Little, W J pand t on r Lofton, J R luniW Iac, Linford p and t on r Low, Andie p ami t on r Love, J V p ami t on r Lindle, (ico p and t on r Lindscy, Jot- p and t on...

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. — 14 October 1904

ooc 0 oc !The Crittenden! RECORD The Up-to-Date Western KcntucKy Newspaper It contains all the Lost General news and all the iWal news in Crittenden and Livingston counties. It is read in the home everywhere. If you are not a subscrilxT already, sul- scrilve now. $1. Going at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick and Choice ol thi Beit Journili Wilt bt Found in Our Clubbing List. We will send TliK ClUTTKN IK K.x'ouii and either of the following journals !xth onk YKAli'for price nnnutl: Till 1 'lil! 1 I M'l Illi M itli Cm. miriti V.l!y l'.i,.'i r. i t i iVui.vi'.l. II. r .! I I.J'. t. . Ill li.ii h I. it t I 7 "l I 'UritT .I 'lll ll ll I ."'I W. klv N I'.ii- Aim n in I. ''" Or we will send Tlir,Iv,:ciKi and the WYAly Knquirer, Inith, and eitlu-r of the fnllowinj; journals nsi: Vf.Alt for price named: Tin t -t . i -i r a -Id ' Ivp'il.ir M m i'ii. i Vii k' Tl'-r il M in.iM i K tii" I itv M ir i '..'u"'lit.iii M i ilii' I ! 1. 1 Kami, r it....il kli.ili i i I . .itlm r ;rn.. r t.ii it iitilir Aii...

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. — 14 October 1904

(C filWv 5" fk ts a 0 Wc have our New Stock for Fall and Winter Wl it Ur55 UUUU, VYULM UUUUJ UUU 1 1 ..HUllllg, Millinery Goods that are New and up-to-date. Hosiery and Underwear, Shoes, Hats and Clothing. Matting, Rugs and jj Druggets and we will sell them cheaper than anybody. WHY ? BECAUSE WE SELL ONLY FOR THE CASH ! 7 . 1 TT it '3 . r 1 r t t 1 ' d 1 i! (! '4 When we Quote Prices on our Staples we name the Brand of Our Goods. Pacific and Simpson Calico 4k per yard. Hoosier Brown Domestic 4Ac " Hope Bleeched Domestic 7 c " B. F. Conestogs bed tick 15 c Pepperel Bleech Sheeting 10x4 20 c " Brown " 10x4 18 c Cotton Batting 5 cents per bale. And all other staples in proportion. YOURS FOR BARGAINS I HO A I MCVAQ ' Gathered b 0ur Sclent LUUML IlLlVO. Correspondents. RODNEY. (h-orge Fritt i ii,Misiuri. Clyde Xewcoll, of Weston, was here Sunday. Jotm Icver. f Hopkins, passed throiiKti ln-rt- last wwk. Wallace ('lift went to Shady (.rove Thursday. II. L. Sulliyan wax in Marion Monday. II...

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. — 21 October 1904

it VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1904. NUMBER 15. t LITHOGRAPHIC STONE FOUND' Near Salem, and b an Extra Fine Prodvct lorthcLitho- whieh it nearly iilwiiyx contains, ! the Ohio river on the one side rind several per cent of silica ami tin- j the Illinois (Vntral railroad on the residue of a variety of materia! that 'other. It will In- a very great ad the Ihior spar itself must In; itilized I vantage, to Salem these variou in getting rid of or rather lluxing, 'mid costly puhlic turnpike, tele an open hearth Hteel plant in adil- i phone mid teh'grahie lines to lie ing to it hurdeim l.y using it. jhuilt hy thin heavily capitalized A comparison wan malu a few JeorjNuation, tin- Marion Zinc Cnin Wcck airii in tilt I'ittshliru district I tuinv. of which Mr. ('. S. Kniirht ftraphcrs lSCS Forcijn . Mu-ccii this. Knglish imputation jis president ami Mr. F.Julius Kohn; Flvor Spar and tU Vendors i ainl u giNM grade of our lluor ar. chief engineer. When comp...

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. — 21 October 1904

Two Oar Loads f Furniture i f.V i i W We're Pushing Paint We're doing it all the yeai 'round, but harder than ever now, because it'i the height cf the paint ing season. We have everything that good painting requires. There are no better paints made than The Sherwin-Williams Paints Tbey have a wider sale than any others on the market, be cause they are the best. No matter what you have to paint, talk it over with us first. Mi We have just received two cor loads ol as handsome lurnitvre as was ever brought to Crittenden covnty, or we can say without fear ol contradiction, as handsome as was ever displayed in Western Kentucky, and we kindly ask that you do us the !avor o! calling at our store and inspecting our goods and getting ovr prices. Fine Chairs, sets $3.50 to $10.00; Rockers $2.50 to $8.00; Bed Room Suites $15 to GO; Iron Beds $4.50 to $15; Folding Beds $13.50 up; Mattresses $2.50 to $11; Sofas $10 up; Chiffoneirs $8 up, Tables $3.50 up; Fine Couches $10 up; Dressers $6.50 up; ...

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. — 21 October 1904

BERT MARSHALL And New Company Leave (or Cadiz and Hopkinsville. A girl MimkI on t)i railroad track, She did not hear the Ml "Toot! toot! ehu-chu " Farewell. 11. M. The licrt Marshull comedy coin- LETTERS WEIGHED PiMt, o pMifiim order, and jH-rhnpM n fairly popular position ; when he jironiit-cM to work for pen Parker Not Sincere Only Blaming "i"" for all living 'heroes' of the Opposition. Would Subsli- ,(ivil War 'heroes' prcmimahly in tution Pay. eluding all survivors. On rccip- j i n.y in-ioucIich u weak Hot, and ; tin- tariff issue might lie a strong ; Collier's Weekly, an iinli jM iil nt ; "i' were the (iorman-Vilsnn his-1 literary journal on a democratic tr' further away. On cxtravn-j I :ih)H, weighs impartially the letters Kauee the people have not yet hecil j of neci iitance issued rcsm-ctivclv hv i willing to think verv much, and on i Roosevelt and Parker. The issue '" I'l'ilippiuc questim, wc surmise ;Im,,v Hl'mu'( hvt" three nights last Lrm.;, for SeptniilNT 'JUli, comment...

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. — 21 October 1904

Cte Krimndcn Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION, PER YEAR, ONE DOLLAR. who had Ueu attending to the Entered u econd-claM mutter July 15. 1!H, t ' Work of his UeW charge at liUSSell the poatoHice at Marion. Ky umler Act of Con- I -n , i i p , . , . greaa of March 3, 1H79. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1904. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR I'HKSIDKST THEODORE ROOSEVELT Of New York. FOR VICE PRESIDENT CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS Of Indiana. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF Duvall We are authoriied to an-1 fl"''i- 'H tl,e " 'f J. II. Nelson nounce Alonzo J. Duvall a candidate I " coiigmtulate thiscouple and for the office of Sheriff of Crittenden ! our licst wishes go with them. countv. lubject to the action of the i Republican party. Election 1905. I The Revival. So much has tan faid nlnut the . Jho TtV) .1 hv V- t hir' h is incrensnigm interest every night, famous order nuinUr ,X relative to The services are hciug conducte pensions tliM tho reninrk of Judge ''' Rev. Jas. F. Pr...

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. — 21 October 1904

1 3 (At 'OK H if 5 Suits ! Tf; Overcoats! g Pants ! $ The kind you ought to wear. H Shoes for Men Women and Children. 7 The Kind that Appeal (0 U1C UUIU The Kind that Appeal U I t- u to nam wear. t& For the People. LOCAL BREVITIES. j 11. J. Morrix, IVtitiM, Mari.ni. Min" Kul.y Jaintf lid Sumlay for Kvanxvill llat f.-r nun aii'l . TxM'H A Canmv J '.l lr. Il.nry Slavt"H wa in Slur- Ku 1 in lay. .... ... i . t . All.n. "f lr.i-1- i r, i" in tin M"ii'l:iy. t . . ii. . . . J. . Mrifir, of rriimti.li, in tin-rity tliic ii k. .. . ... ,, ... IUv. K.J. r. cm a in tin- ity V-Mibr ftii-l Tiiilay. I . i Tr ..1. it. r mv in t.rnn M.m.lav. f. f. Tailor r t iirin-l W.ln.lay fr.nn tin' Wnrl'l K Fair. t-t.,t r. !..:,.. .,. I'm,.. t..ii un-l r, rr-" " "'';:"i Ih Ihvi'ik lilt Wi.lnilay .i ,,i.,,,. a.ii t.tu ikwitum in a I 1 1 1 In t-r . . t t-' 1 "ii"' tire. 1 , , alt. n.l tin- St. Willi hair. -t. rv lit th.'t la.v. II .lir r all., ii, of F'.r l-Fi rry. Al'..rn. y A. M-.ti- a in (,, ,iiiirilay cn...

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. — 21 October 1904

4 Equality nf Ulan SlttHjrirmg OJljnitjiljt of tJj Anus By MICHAEL J. JORDAN. Former President of the Itiah Charitable Society. I I I IT HAS been said that the only reality is an idea. Whether this is true or not, it is safe to say that no reality has more strongly impressed itself upon the minds of reformers in all ages, and, I think, been fraught with more benefit to the human species than this idea of equality, when properly un derstood. Doubtless there are many good Americans who believe that this principle, as set out in the declaration of independ ence, was the first proclamation of the equality of man. that it had never been previously asserted, and that the signers of the declaration were its first political sponsors. It may be noted in passing how few accurately quote the words of the declaration "all men are created equal," and also that the words of the constitution of Massachusetts, embodying a similar idea, are not the same "All men ire born free and equal." To understa...

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. — 21 October 1904

ooc Ode JL llC oc r:t i 0 vi niviiuUi RECORD The Up-to-Datc Western KentucKy Newspaper It contains all the best General news and all the Local news in Crittenden and Livingston counties. It is read in the home everywhere. If you are not a subscriber already, sub scribe now. $1. Going at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick and Choici ol tha Beit Journals Will bt Found in Our Clubbing Lilt We will send THE CRITTEN DEN Record and either of the following journal Mh ONE YEAR'for price named: Tn ( MirrtM'iN Ki.i.rh )tli ( 'iik iiin.iii Wn Uv Kini'iinr II. l.u..v.lU ll-mld :2 M. stll liul-N III". Ml I . ('i.uri' r J"iirml I "el Witklv Sfliwll.' Aim rn .111 l.'.'" Or we will send TheKe('ord and the Weekly Enquirer, both, and either of the following journal ONE year for price named: Tin' ( "li.lii"!.' t l.lir' '..iti!.ir M.ijftnin Vi k'e Klr.il M.iK-iii' Kiiiim lity H.tr ('"Ilt.1ll M.IK IIll'' Ohio r'arin.r Nntioiiiil M.akin.ui mi l Farmer !r'i'li r' ( (( S ieiilinV Ami. rii aii Aiii.rintn Simp Itrx...

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. — 21 October 1904

Wc have our New Stock for Fall and Winter 5 11 l&isfe 85 JlJl X Now Ready. Our StocK consists of Dry Goods, Dress Goods. Waist Goods and Trimmings. Millinery Goods that are New and up-to-date. Hosiery and Underwear, Shoes, Hats and Clothing. Matting, Rugs and 5tt Druggets and we will sell them cheaper than anybody. WHY? BECAUSE WE SELL ONLY FOR THE CASH!$; When we Quote Prices on our Staples we name the Brand of Our Goods. Pacific and Simpson Calico 4.c per yard. Hoosier Brown Domestic 4Jc " Hope Bleeched Domestic 7 c " B. F. Conestogs bed tick 15 c " Pepperel Bleech Sheeting 10x4 20 c " " Brown " 10x4 18 c " Cotton Batting 5 cents per bale. And all other staples in proportion. YOURS FOR BARGAINS LOCAL NEWS. DYCUSBURG. Mewew. J. C. (Sriflin and Hen ry WellH left Sunday for Io"i to attend the Fair. . :.. i' . .1 !.:... .tir!. juuiih; , in i iiii'Ti"ii,i, .. . i , . . . . . u it ... : i io inn hiout. v m-J f i.,t l!w:,,t,,4h,!r' h lt .atur.jayi.iKht! to her new home in KutUwu Mmi-...

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