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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 14 December 1906

KSy aw w loias Proposfitfioos fry Are now confronting thousand inIIIJirXTOri nm 1 1 t" w UAV.lil W19IIV ilUIli UUI i uins 55 5 lNJ M NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS AND A PLEASURE TO PLEASE LITTLE RECORDS. All kind of fruit at Copher. I .eater Kdding waa in town Wednes day. "m price" our motto. Koh. Judge Yoet, of Madisonville, wm in the rity Tueeday. Go to Copher' for hot coffee. Ry Duvall left Thursday for Rosi- lair. Illinois. 0 W. E. McNeely, .f Mississippi, ia visiting friends in thit county. J. I- Rankin Co., An groeerie. There will b ervirs at the C P. Church Beit Sunday. Mr. 8. II. Ramage waa In Fredonia Wednesday ehopping . Sugar from 2" to 24 IU for ll.tsi. U. U Dial. Mr. Susan Glenn it visiting relative In Livingston county. Try our hot chocolate. lUfNEl TUMil. 8. II. Franklin waa in Union neig h Whood the latter part ol the week. Nice freah fruiU of all kinds. ii. U Dial. Mum Pearl Jamc. who ia teaching at I'nion, apent Sunday al homo. Buy your grtK-rries at headquarter. M"NKM ...

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 December 1906

8 R. r. DORR Funeral Director and Embolmer Call answered Day or Night. Complete Line of Furniture Baby Buggies and Go-Carts Picture Frames and Moulding Hotel For Sale! Ten Rooms Centrally Located Good town and all right. Reason for selling am going west. Will sell for cash or on three or five years time. A Bargain. Call on or address D. W. STONE, 8 Nature Begins at the Root "I TVT 1 d- never ui uiu uuiiiuiu Secrets which escaped (he alchemists of old hare been discovered and adroitly made use 0! in compounding Br. 0. A. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder Fr rxyyrn tfc rrrl wrrwdy ttai btrm TYi World Rimw Rrtfl 4V wvwiy Vwiwq mujat W lvcrCoanvUmt, audi 1 1 Iyptti IndlffMilnfi, (hMini.tiim Do You Doubt? On Holler bottle or (oar 3.1c bottlet, Ifrttu mre not MluM ril the mule, write to a; and we will in t tract your drugtitt to Tchad jour woocjl Oo want a more explicit guarantee t IJvrf i'odrr ki rv I in iuk. Alitf rn hj IrM iui uoaiM uul id uut MMUitul nn to The American Fhnnnttcal Co, MI...

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 December 1906

J. H. Ormb, President John Wks Lamb, Vice-President The Marion Remarks right out loud that for first-class Plour they take the lead. Just Try Our -ELK" Beit Patent "CROWN" Straight Grade WHY IMPORT OUR PRODUCT? Where ia there another mill In Western Kentucky that onlv makea 40 per cent, of their wheat into patent flour :: ;: SHOW US! WiCmmI S Dd la Price or aho our customers every courtesy. "MM.iH.ni i." OVKU MARION BANK MARION. KV. "Old Hickory Whiskey" Sale Room Movedup Town Prices Some as at Quart House The city council refuted to (rant ua new quart license at distillery, ao we were compelled to buy out a plare un town or let our much appreciated traie fo without Old Hickory -the beat in town. You ran now find ua in BILLART OLD STAND. We now carry a full line of Whiskies, Wines, IBeer, Cigars, Etc., Old Hickory our Leader, and no one else in town has our Old Hickory. Call and see us. OLDJIICKORY DISTILLERY SALE ROOM. T. H. LOWERY, Mgr. : Hotel Block t MARION, KY Atjrri The Built ...

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 December 1906

U Our Friends and Customers To Our Holiday Stock is Very Complete Being Selected with care, each article receiving individual attention in the Purchasing, thus insuring the highest quality. We have on Display a Beauti ful Line of Hand Painted Medallions, Bric-a-Brac, Bavarian, Japanese and Limoges China. i BOOKS j ,fe0uJSck T games J w--" Equaled - We have a large and Complete MfiniriirP SpK OP ALL KINDS Line of Gift and Latest Book. Tnllrtkeit Rd,fks t,,ld ,hC amC wf r,VC ,,un(lr:d r, -i i oner . ban$ vcry p()pUjor Bibles, Testaments, Etc. Games, Nut Picks : Fountain Pens Our Holiday Stock ESfrteaTor Musical Instruments f Rox pQpjstry Ware, Tankards. 1 , ' umbrella stands, Jardineres, Cigars In Small Packages rr,V,KrpcrTx.nfl prkc Electroliers Just the thing for a Present ; Txy W r xr v v r ty r y ty X Our Stock of Candies is Fresh being UUCJUUUUUUIJUVJ Christmas Trees, Christmas Toy Stockings shipped direct from the factory and Candles Main St. Druggists l WOOD) LOCAL NEWS Creuwel...

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 December 1906

J. 1, Ja.iies, ..i,..,. lit filtEBldtEH ' v. VOLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY DEC, 21, 1906. NUMBER 24 1 KILLED BY NEGRO ON STEAMER FOWLER fiord Lannon Mortally Wounded at New Liberty, IIL, By Charles lacfeel MliRO HAS NOT BEEN CAPTllEB t t l.snnon, a male on the eteaener, J, K..l-r, wa nhot ami in r i 1 1 y w .hi led by negro rouster, named (tur Krfcel, Moniuv rveimir' at e I my. 111. On Sunisy evening previous to the iKolmK. Lannocl and llarhrl had a few ut 1". Camum hail not given It a th w.-ht )re, but the negro kroodi-d otrr ihe c7air; when the boat landed at l'lu. ah. he went up into the city anil (urTfuised a pistol. II waited until arriving at the first lin lai dl'lg before selling the op .irtu'ty :fir revenge. AfU- the frei ght r.i been taken on at Nrw l.iU-rty ttw mste ami rouster were boarding t.i.t ben Rachel drew Km revolver t'J W l.snnon five time, 'the ball ptrrrang his body. He fell I w as car red jr th boat and takrato Bmithland the neat landing, where ke waa...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 21 December 1906

("sidelights from the foot "1 ! HILLS Of MIDDLE TEMESSEEj By Old Timr "A little nonsense now and then la relished by the wiseet men." A symposium of what some of the Record readers would do during the flfcthn festival if they wars Saint Nicholas: 'Aorace H. Sayre: "I would change thftgk around so that we would haw snow and ice in the summer time when ift hot,' rather than at thla season wWi nobody wanU either." layor Blue: "It's a pretty large qttpatioQ to answer off hand and I vajyUI-prefer to wail until I coald look un. Um ' autfeoriti. I' think, how ev. from my recollection of the sub ject that I would follow the precedents and give the whole world a real old fahoed, Jolly, good time." . ' . , eCengresBman James : ' 'I would give every straight democrat a first class office and as little work as possible." ... Judge Travis: "I would increase the pensions at least 160 per cent and some of us ought to have more." Huston Orme: "I would just give everybody everything they wanted." Ji...

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 December 1906

' . ' .) CLOSING AT COST ! 1 i . fM oy OUR ENURE STOCK Of Groceries, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Granite ware will be sold between now and Jan. 1, 1907 0 t Regardless of First Cost ! Straight Grade Flour per barrel $3.60 firaniilafoH Sugar 20 lbs j for $ 1 .00 We also have a new and complete line of Christmas Goods which we will sell cheap for cash. Hiickliini Brothers. f TR1PPLE CAPACITIES loung Mao's Message to Toting Men (or Christmas Tbooghts Th ordinary, and the eira ordina ry individual ha at least thre capaci ty and thrae go to make up success or failure. ThrM three point to hia corn er an endowment which the Orator clothed man with, but oftti ut or the other U sadly warped. The ;m-!ing of the guirea htlpa tha hurt Uul feeta." OfUts time self t.uruUt with principle in poodmng afitr prosperity. The lower of ambi tion la sometime woefully dwarfed by th on aided emery turned on It. Th prrMura la not equally Daiancea. TVn, too, there U a very fale atand ird fir socceaa in aom...

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 December 1906

231.! Your. Last CHiomce to Buy Before Xoias WF HAVF WHAT YOU WANT! ITS UP TO YOU TO COME AFTER IT! WW aa m mm m w an - - - - - A Few of Our Xmas Presents 0 E S Take Advantage OF CVf WSVf 545 SH Our Suit Overcoat and Pants Offering we hove a Big Stock of Clothing ' WE WANT TO SELL That fits vou ond Sails you at less Price Dress Right at Right Price We'll Suit you If you try us We'll help you If you let us that are Useful Shirts, Collars, Hats, Caps, Ties for Men ond Boys, Ladles Cloaks and Furs, Dress Goods, Waist Goods, Silk Waists, Kid Gloves, Silk Gloves, Wool Gloves, Fascinators, Fancy Combs, Hosiery, Suspenders, Neckwear, Umbrellas, Half Hose, Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Mens Gloxes, Boys Gloves, Rugs, Carpets, Druggets, Blankets, House Slippers, Mens Slippers Childrens Fur Suits Ladies Cloaks and Furs Let us show vou Something New Every Day. See us. ; . ... WE SELL THE Best Fitting Best Wearing Best Styles Goodwear Shoes It what you get here OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST WALK OVER SH...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 21 December 1906

11 7 HO rice on all Cloaks Reduced ""sssswswj mmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmm In order to close out our stock of Cloaks we have Reduced the price on every one in our house and offer you Christmas Bargains unheard of before in Marion Contest for the $5150 Majestic Range will Close January 13, 1907 M V H HI MAIN STREET UTTLE RECORDS. - F. W. Sunn. iKfiiiPt. "Inw prices" our motto.- Foh. II. )!. Ssyre wa in E v a n v i 1 1 Tue Jay. Rev. It L Yatr. of Cadii. wa in th city Mmday. J. L. Rankin Co.. fine groceriea. Mim Fleta URue, of Sherdian, was in town Tuesday. Sugar from 2 to 24 II for II. no. G. U Dial. Hon. T.J. Nunn. of Frankfort, was in th city thi week. ' Try our hot chocolate. Haynks A Taylor. Dr. J. E. Fox. of Levi, waa in the city Tuesday. Nice fresh fruiu of all kind, G. L. Dial. Clyde Caner of Shady Grove, left Turlay for Anions. Buy your greries at hesditisrtera. Morris AY ati. A. H. McNeely, of Princeton, waa in town Monday afternoon. Mis Mcfwioten Debo ia th guert of her...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 21 December 1906

KEEP YOUR DESK CLEAN. 0AT8 CLEAR BRUSH LAND. . s . rROM a . . . 8 XTTt r 1 R. F. DORK i !l Funprai nirertnr and Embalmer 1 1 Call answered Day or Night f Complete Line of Furniture j Baby Buggies and Go-Carts i Picture frames and Moulding lg Hotel For Sale! Ten Roomi Centrally Located $2 Per Day Houi Ruilncts Untidins Sign of Lack el O'rter and Concentration. ri?CK wuicki nisMi nwa nun n i gl of Briar. , A flock of Angora goata was pnt, t : on a rocky hillside that It was de- j J Ired to have cleared and uut Into s' grass It was such a tangle of brush lt'a this: Keep your desk' ana oriari mat it waa wiin aimcuity What I mean by having a one could make a way through It. "There's one piece of advice," said the senior partner, "that I'd like to give every young man tnklng a busi ness position with a desk attached to It. clean. 5' BOILER ..TO A.. BOLT! uE Kinds of Machinery AND REPAIR EVERYTIIINf desk clean la keeping everything pot- The goats actually ate their way la slble off It exce...

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 December 1906

J. H. Orme, Prealdent Join Wee Lamb, Vice-Presidont R. I. Nunn, Sec-Treae Albert McConnell, Gen, Mgr The Marion Milling Co. Remarks right out loud that for first-class Hour they take the lead, Just Try Our "EUC" Best Patent "CROWN" Straight Gradi. r V XHY IrtPORt OUR PRODUCT? When U there knotty mill in Waster Kentucky that ail makes 40 per cent of their wheat into parent flou :: :: :: :: 5 SHOW US I We ChuI le friren f ktf c Qaaltty, and then we are clever, we how our customer vry tourvsay. Your for more trade, Theftorlon Milling Company . j i Frota .stfc Ui- U J. C. W. tackkani AU Of FREE Kentucky's Governors The Ftnt Tke Their Meter Msv Ever 'sMIahed. FREE TV !( foal kai for mill .fan Amn4 W xm alrtarM ef ill Eaatarky rVwrm arid k at u mcmliil la attuna ihaai lkroa(k tht imm at Ik a.a tacky Mala lllatutkal auriM. la nnWf to alar I km lm la otnatarat tom, they haa htn arraaftd la S maa ia aa ee-ia-Sata AHaa iHawia. Ktaiark. Hk tht laiaat caaaaa. tnam ot all tu KmWtiiot Ik I'mird M...

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 December 1906

JAIL BARRED TO HIM. Warming Keep off the Railroad Crowing, but stop just this side for first-class Blacksmithing .1 Bolier ann Engine Repairing, and Pump Fixtures Mining look Here II a r Horse Shoeing as follows: Plain Shoes 40c per pair Steel Toes 50c per pair Everything else in proportion. Come and see us at the Walker old stand. W. B. JAMES & CO. Marion, Kentucky 3VXOe3E 2 J1 Amu-lcan Prisoner in Chin Receive Cold Wsleom. ' When the Chlnee day watchman at the American consulate went hli rounds the other morning ho discov ered that one of the eella that should , have contained a prisoner was empty. iioor ana winuow were mimi, muu there was no alga to show how tha occupant of the cell C. 8. Buttrfck had effected hla escape. Buttrick was serving a sentence of three years' Im prisonment on a charge of embeitla. ment. which was heard at Tien tsin. The night watchman, who waa at first suspected of connivance In tha esraH, returned to nis post ai seven m. as usual. He told a perfect...

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. — 4 January 1907

uizn 2&raf fl. PE- VOLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY JAN. 4, 1907. NUMBER 25 rmt THREE KILLED FOUR I 01DED UHUB WAS AT STIRGIS CHRISTMAS HE DAY lour Others Were Wounded In fight that Had Been Crelng For Some Time Entertained Surgis. Ky., Iec. '.14 -Three men were killed knd four wounded in a bat lie I'hrmtmu between guards employ m1 I v th WhI Krfituc ky Coal ("om lry end th striking miner atturgis. T! r fght occurred on Fifth itrwl In front of "l mom owned by Wm. Ib.Mman. Just what precipitated the Utile cannot J learned, as it broke out sullenly and continued until fully Krrfy-fivtor more shot wer fr-d. 11 mm taking art in thr Tight ud in th street and on th sidewalk m front of th pool room. Th firing uf th ihU caused stampede among Uif inhabitant end the mrn with guns had th street to thrmaelve for sever al minute. Whn th firing ceased C. J. I..ughtrey. guard. Will Malloy end Will Gray. miner, wer dead and lying in th street. L "I. Moore, guard, had two bullet wourxia 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. — 4 January 1907

PARROT IS TOO TALEMTCQ Brings Loss to Roadhouie Man and H Gives it Away. New York Joseph Murphy, pro prletor nf a roadhnuae in the Bronx, 1s said by veracious citizens of the vicinity to have sulfered financial loss through the misplaced intellectual ef forte of hid greea parrot Jemlmah. The bird had to be disposed of because H ordered too many drinks at Mr. Murphy's bar. According to neighborhood report, and Mr. Murphy reluctantly confirms the tale, a parrot pronounced to be bright and quick to learn was given to Mr. Murphy. The bird, which was hung on the veranda where the thirsty are nerved, made food his reputation by taming the names of the drinks the waiters called through the open windows to the professor behind the mahogany. The wise bird .could d!s tlngasBh a horse's neck from a mint julep Within three weeks. tt was when Jemlmah began to call out the order for drinks on her own hook; (hat trouble began. "Scotch highball and two up," Jemlmah would' exolafra in the midst of a...

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. — 4 January 1907

I J. II. Ormb, President John Wes L amb, Vice-President The Marion Remarks right out loud that for flrst-tlass flour they take the lead. Just Try Our "ELK" Beat Patent "CROWN" Straight Grade R. I. NlJNN, Sec-Trea Albert McConnkll, Gen. Mgr Mi ine Co. WHY IMPOUTOUR PRODUCT? Where is there another mill in Western Kentucky that onlv makes -10 per cent, of their wheat into patent tlnur :: :: :: SHOW US! We Cannot Be Downed in Prite or Qualiljr, nnil then we lire rlcvcr. we show our rusvunem every courtesy. Yours fur inure trade, The Morion Millinn Company DIGNITY OF THE COURT. An FREE From Isaac Shelby to J.C. W. Beckham all or -i i Kentucky's Governors The First Time Thslr Plctvrr, Hue tf tun Published. FREE T. l'ninf PnM hi In t't .b.Imt.k1 In ril plrtorr of ill Elry r.. im. in! I....I l.-l ..!. I in o.uiu.g tlwm through lh M.Maact tb Bra- In eiW t -l .Mitr In irmniit Wry mw Tn rr n krnlivk. with th Utrl tn .ictijf ol li-rtti an ii4 II., l'nilr.1 hi. In ht- I Ih I itilrtl tMgtir pwirt...

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. — 4 January 1907

Cbe Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. GEO. M. CRIDER, J. FRANK CONGER, Editori SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. En tend u aMond-claa matter July 15, 1904. at tb poatoffic at Marion, Sr.. under Act of Con- of March a. 187. NOTICE! a- i wrltlna to have your address chanted alwaya five the post office to which your paper la a-o- Inff aa well aa the poatoffic to which you wish It WhQe our columna are alwaya open for the dia euaaioa of any relennt aubject, we do not nocea aarily Indone the opinlona of contributor. AnonynnMia letter will not be noticed; therefor correspond erita will pleas (ir their name not Beeeaaarily for publication, but aa an midenee of cood faith. TELEPHONE IM FRIDAY, JAN. 4, 1907 And it just rained "a purpose." It mill be admitted by all that the year just ended was a moat prosperous one for the prosperous. The Record proposes this toast, "Here's that ye may never die nor be kilt till ye break ye bones o'er a bushel of glory." The planter in the "Black Patch" I may...

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. — 4 January 1907

LITTLE RECORDS. Evangvilie ! p. W. Nunn. DentUt. j, W. Goodloe Km in Fredonia Mon day. A. H. McNeely, of Princeton, w In town Monday. J elf Chandler, of Blackford, wat in the city Monday. Johnson Eaaley, of Kelaey, ipent Sunday In the city. R. F. Hayne wat in Momlay. Chustain Havnes was in Hopkinsville Sunday. A." Tuesday j jTTFT :iibrj; HMMMMMMMETOMMM jfZ Sugar from 2 to 24 Iba for $1.00. G. L Dial. R. E. Cooper, of Hopklnavillo, waa in town Saturday. J. L Wyett, of Fredonia, waa in the city Saturday. Trice Bennett pent Chriitmaa in thia city and Tolu. Mia Edna Cole apent ChrUtmaa at her home in Fredonia. Arthur Watkine, of Mayfleld, wu in the city the flrat of the week. T. I Taylor, of Madiaonville, waa in the city the flrat of the week. Mr. and Mra. John Seaman, of Pain vtlle, Tenn., were in town Sunday. Mr. and Mra. R. E. Olive left Sunday for their home in Nelto, Kentucky. Mr. and Mr. T. J. Wring vu.ited friend in Vinrennea, I mi last week. Mra. W. E. (', of Kelaey, ws the gues...

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. — 4 January 1907

EVEKY IAY rrora SEPTEMBER 15 to OCTOBER 31 . LOW KATES TO Montana, Idaho, Washington, ""egon and British Columbia VIA THE CREAT NORTHERN RY. "The Comfortable Way" Excellent opportunities to make & home of your own or to engage in any line of business. NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATESi TO From Si Haul MianrtpnJa aad Froo) DuLtk Oarass Hinsdale, Mont. . . . $18.00 $28.00 Havre, Great Falls, Butte, Anaconda, Helena, Kalispell. Whilrnsh and intermediate point. 20.00 30.00 Jennings, Mont., Wenatchee. Wash., Fernie, B. C, Kootenai points, Spokane and inter mediate points - . . 22.50 30.50 Seattle, Everett and Puget Sound points 25.00 33.00 LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGES. CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO US. EREE We "'" "id vou absolutely free illustrated dearriptive bulletin of Minnesota, North Dakota, Muntana or Wahinglon. (Name the one you want.) Gives you complete in formation ahout the opportunities and resources ol these stairs. For further information addrrta Passenger Trittic Department Great...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 4 January 1907

irw r .,... mn . ,r swTgi.n-1-an -rsr.aiu r.rz. mns rn -giw The Loyisvle Deiiv F : AND The "in n c Both One Year for Onty $2.00 ! Subscribe Now ! This offer is for o Limited time only to Cash Subscribers. A Daily and Weekly Paper for the Price of one I I MINE OKTI MEDAL. C("itgi Ktward of 1 ?C0 V.'tll Mortgage on Hn Horn. Pi, v. i:kesbari, !'. ill. mu Wauiue., I mg mine worker of Kdut.K,llle, i. lii iii, la Oik Out aiiiln' '' lulu r IPIl'lvi Carnegie medal . ..i. m and $l.:0 fruni the IhT'I I t TliU la lu rvi;iiiti" a f lu iiiliin on Npu-intr 1. 1" :i l.i- Mtvd til lives lit llllee tin I Mm Iinuilui'ul rlak of deuih II" . wrratiy Surprised by Hie l.ew t: .1 lln, iii..U aa n be given bliu lis.) brg an eiploelon Id the ' 4 colliery of lit Klnot'in Coal i A Winkers rushed out u.lne Watklna rvallied that in. n who Wwre at th bottom of tip s.u whet tli iplototi uc-, . i.-U might b all. II turned ! . and tailing to ln roiuiailes to i by to hlp. he rual.nl down the! Hi etplosliin had knock...

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. — 4 January 1907

I HP A I IWFW? The Continued Story LUvilL llLll J of Current Events Mexico H. H. Davenport and Mrs. Tolly Crider were united in marriage at the home of Rev. E. H. Mott on the 25th. Rev. E. H. Mott officiating. There was a candy breaking at the residence of W. K. Bibb last Wednes day night. Huston Bibb, of Morganfield, spent the holidays with W. K. Bibb and fam ily, returning home last Thursday, ac companied by his cousin Miss Kate. P. M. Ward and wife visited rela tives at Chapel Hill last week. Miss Birdie Taber, of Frances, is un iting her sister Mrs. W. 0. .Wicker at this place. Clay Reed former depot agent at this place visited friends at this place last week; B. B. Bos well returned from Arkan sas a few weeks ago. Mrs. Maud Harris visited relatives at Crayneville last week. Mrs. Speece, of Marion, visited rela tives at this place last week. Jim Champion and wife and Miss this great remedy. G. E. Towery and mother, Margaret E. Towery, were guest of W. M. Tow ery and family of Tr...

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