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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 4 January 1907

I HP A I IWFlK The Continued Story LULlL IlLllJ of Current Events Mexico H. H. Davenport and Mrs. Polly 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, isvis iting her sister Mrs. W. 0. .Wicker at this place. Clay Reed a former depot agent at this place visited friends at this place laft week; B. B. Boswell 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. G. E. Towery and mother, Margaret E. Towery, were guest of W. M. Tow ery and family of Tribune Wednesday. D. J. Brown, was at Tribune Wed ne...

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. — 11 January 1907

EE BEC0f tL VOLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY JAN. 11, 1907. NUMBER 26 TOttatfl EALLAlfER CO. OF HENDERSON MY THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR TOBAC CO PAID THIS SEASON Purchased 8 Crop 01 5,000 Pounds for 5!0, 518 and $2 From 1 1 Spencer. LEARNED A LESSON la Surgery By Amputating an Injur ed foul ul the Family Pet Tlit highest price paid iWMi n must credited tu the (,I!ht Company, which was purrhas-1 r.1 Um A. S. 8nrr. uf the Frog , ,U'.'I finghlarhood. a crop uf .'.( Kt (.Hjii lo fr f 10, f 10 mil $2, I good price in any year. In rim connection the Journal desire tu at'eraiun to letter it ha just rented from Mr. Thomas Gallahrr, wl. i nrrly a well known in Hender r 4 he It Belfast It appears that lit r,tirif of the Princeton out rag one , f the factories wan referred tu a be ir ,itrolled by Gallaher, Limited, and : 'i i.f th ownm .f th projierty de (!rn;,ed a being closely identified; thr rir-r as immediately made ri(ht, but I furnished Mr. Gallaher with an op-t-.f.i.nitv fur declaring...

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. — 11 January 1907

ittEEiEE 2E0f fl. Die VOLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY JAN. 11, 1907. NUMBER 26 rrrff GALLA1IER CO. OF HENDERSON PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR TOBAC CO PAID THIS SEASON Purchased I Crop 01 5,000 Pounds for S!0. SiO and J2 From A. 1 Spencer. LEARNED A LESSON Id Surgery By Amputating an Injur ed foot ol the Family Pet The highest price m r aw n iiiut paid fur toharro credited tu t h e Whichita, Dee. i. - It wan not nee ettary to have meeting of the South ern Kanta MihIichI Society at the city building in order for Dick Dorr to Iciirn a lesson in turgery, There are some thlngt that a fellow run learn by experience arid this in the school at which the affable city clerk learned hi i le-kon. I One of the rneinWs nf the !rr ; houtehold, although not exactly a member of the family. was fire Caller '-omi'any. which was pun-hat- j youn(f of gf () , fr"in A. S. Speiwer, of the rrog Island neighlwrhood, a crop of S.OMi (.Kjni fur f 10. f 10 and ti, a good price m any year. In 'tut connectio...

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. — 11 January 1907

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE Fredonia Valley Tobacco Association PREAMBLE. Whereas, through organization and co-operation, the buyers and manufac turers of tobacco have been able prac tically to eliminate all competition in the purchase of their supplies, and have been able to dictate to the producers the prices they shall receive, irrespec tive of the actual value of their tobacco; . . And whixeas, the conditions under, and the prices at which tobacco is now sold by the producers, render some re medial action on their part imperative, if they are to continue to raise this article of commerce; And whereas, the General Assembly of the State of Kentucky, recognizing the intolerable conditions that have been foisted on the people of this Com monwealth; saw fit, at its last meeting, to provide a remedy, by enacting Senate Bill No. 2S7, which permits the pooling of tobacco and other products and the sale thereof, and legalizes all contracts made in reference thereto; And whereas, the ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 January 1907

ersay "LJxar u.!1 AND The Crittenden lecord k J I! M Both One Year for Only $2.00 ! Subscribe Now ! This offer is for a Limited time only to Cosh Subscribers. A Daily and Weehly Paper for the Price of one CREEKS AND TEN LOST TRIBEI. WAY TO TELL A DIAMOND. Lady Didnt Main to Lot "tpltndid Girl" for Triviality. Indians' Story f Their Wan Jtrlc ' Useful Hint for Lovr of Tha Beau- ; tiful Stones, i At meeting of woman's t luti In an eastern city. In Away Frm Palestm "Tin- liiillntia ant t)n most su.ervl- ...... I .U ....... - - ti.U-rs ril-: " "I"'- r11"- ''" "' " i ika i.l. j ...i, .j, M" days aKi who bait tmn.1.1 for Mining good houaemalda After th ' " ('" '!'' '-' ' Tl" ' ..ion on of them told another m. tn I fcv "d .i.Ja " " "" tor that ahr had "a apl.-ndld axtrl.-j H,,;"" '" " '""" '""J ao.l then (la strict cor.n.l.-n.e. of I''' ' ue a. th. legends of the old course), narrated th following to- j "; k ' (lt.n(. I '"I lirdcd fur five years with a ' She had attended meeting ..f th.'r"...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 January 1907

BITS OF BYPLAY. KNOW THYSELF - - srwej at HI A resident of Salem in the midst of ths watery flood of last week raised A Gift From Haynes & I ay lor GEO. M. CRIDER, J. FRANK CONGER, Editors 'Some of the Wonders ol the Human his voice thus. "Water street, water town, waterville, swimtown. Have you got your rain coat and duck habits Body SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. on?" Cb Crittenden Record.! ISSUED WEEKLY. I Entered M sacood -class natter July IS. 1904. at the paetoffiee at Marion, Ky., under Act of Con of March I, lm NOTICE! & i writine" to have your address chanead always e-ive th poat- otfice to which your paper m vo- iai as wall as tha postoffic to which you wmh it While our column are alwaya open for Um dis . evasion of any relevant subject, we do ant neces sarily indorse the opinions of contributors. Anonymous letters will not be noticed: therefore correspondents will please five their names -not altesssrily for publication, but a an evidence of food faith. TELEPHO...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 January 1907

Buster Brown and Tige will give a reception at our store Wednesday January 16th, 1907.. Everybody cordially invited. . McCONNELL & STONE. LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn. Dentist Dr. Stilwell If ft Tuesday for Louis ville. Wanted- School boarder. MM. M. A. Pkrrv. Hon. L. H. JimN was in Princeton Pridy. J. W. Goodlo wu in Fredonia Wednesday. Sugar from 3" to 24 II for ll.uo. G. L. Dial. B. L. Wilborn u in Ford Ferry Monday. Sam Gugenhelm ipont Sunday in Evansville, J. L Wyatt. of Fredonia, was in town Friday. P. K. Cooksey, of Dycusburg, wm in the city Monday. R. E Cooper, of Hopkinsville, was in the city Friday. W. E. Ceorge Layton has moved on Howell's farm uear Tulu. F. W. Nunn, Dentist. Jaa. Henry left Thursday for Louis ville. A. C. Moore was in Princeton Tues day. Sam Gugenheim went to Providence Wednesday. Forest Harris, of Tolu, was in town Wednesday. J. L Clif'on left Tuesday fur Bow linf Green. Miss Ida Hill was the guest of friends in Fredonia Sunday. Dr. I. II. Clement, of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 January 1907

EVELW From SEPTEMBER 15 to OCTOBER 31 LOU RATES 1 TO Montana, Idaho, Washington, 1-egon and British Columbia VIA THE CREAT NORTHERN RY. "Tbe Comfortable Wwy" Excellent opportunities to make a home of yovr own or to engage in any line of business. SOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES: Fro. Si P.O. TO tUWinl Fica. (Xlutt OirssS Hinsdale Mont. . . . $ 1 8.00 $28.00 Havre, Great Falls, Butte, Anaconda, Helena, KalispeU. U'hilcfiih and intermediate points, 20.00 30.00 Jennings, Mont., Wenatchee, Wash., Femie, B. C, Kootenai pointi, Spokane and into- mediate point . . . 22.50 30.50 Seattle, Everett and PugH Sound point 25.00 33.00 LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGES. CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO US. FREE Wf i" rnd vou absolutely lire illustrated descriptive bulletin ol Minnesota, Nurth Dakota, Montana or Washington. (Name the one you want ) Gives you complete in formation about the opportunitirs and resource ol these states. for further information address Passenger Tr.fhc Department Great Northern Railway, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 January 1907

J. H. ORME j) ',i t. WOODS - Woods & Orme DRUGGISTS ) f Largest Line of Drugs in the County J Freih Drug, DrugguU Sundries, Fine Cig ar, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Office Note Books and Ledgers, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, and Wall Paper. FULL LINE BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIED Two registered pharmacists. Bring your prescrip tions and have them filled, at any hour. j J 3 J J jj Famous 20th Century Sanitary Soda Fountain j From Issse Shelby to J. C. W. Beckhsm au. or Kentucky's Governors Tm First Tl'in Thsir Plctyras Mm Er B.a PuWIiM. FREE TI" I' veiling rt hit f .f avral vraf. n tui-il. t I i . jt ptdurr. "1 ill stir if . i ... anl n. .1 ..xtrrWI in i ji ii. lhin Ibtmj'i Ih wifml ' th lw t Ul !!Mukl ni.l) It -tilrr to fil.iT IV. twt.ir.- In a pettttinrnt f em. iVirha.a hrrn arTanfM la t . . n .i.l. liU. .... ,.. It. niu. kv tlh lii. laid i.ntiii im.iui l . tni.i'll."l UK t'l'iinlmii'i kw. .il l Kli. il .11 n'i .n. tf-mhip I'Mlri ..,.1. .1 hetult i .. ...n V. if. also I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 January 1907

Yerasmfs Twt aewaaaua. One winter when Tbaddeua Stevena bid come back to bit Vermont borne be wan the victim of severe cold and could tot leave tbe house for many weeks. Cue of bin calle: was Lewis Clark, a itun of short titiiture, who In eurlier days hud been a playmate of tLe "Old Commoner" and was a near Belghbor of the Steveus family in their Peiichuui home. Veruionters hud Just begun to wear Imllulo couts, and Mr. Clurk arrived at tbe Stevens home al most ht In a coat which reached to tbe grnnnd. Ills upturned collar com pletely covoi'i'U bis cars and face, while a fur cap completed the disguise. "Is that you, Lewis?" asked Mr. Stevens In an Incredulous tone, "Y'.i, Thud." he replied. "Well, skin yourself and alt dowa." eiclalined the other. J luring the Interesting conversation which followed Mr. Clark asked 8te veti if he wouldn't come back to bis .Vermout borne and live. "No," replied Stevens. "Ion have tut 'wo seasons here winter and late Id the fall."-Harper's Weekly. QUAR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 January 1907

1- v ! tJ v.- VOLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN CQUNTCKY., JAN. 18, 1907. NUMBER 27 FOUR HUNDRED KILLED AND I N WERE RED II IN EARTHQUAKE WHICH DESTROYED KINGSTON Practically Every House In the lily Is In Ruins and Flames Consume the Hubris Frincljal Hotel and Great Military Hospital Reduced to Wreckage hISGSTON IS THE PICTMESP CAPITAL OMASUM Kinpiton, Jamaica. Jan. lfi.-KInsjrton was overwhelmed by ar. t arth'i'iaV at 3:.'W on Monday afternoon. All the houses with it. rmliua of ten miles were damaged and almost every house in t.'.e city waa dVstruyrtl Fire Imike out after the earthquake and completed the work ietnjrtion. The business section of Kingston is a heap of "rrAlerinjr ashes. The killed number about 4 and thousands were injured. The churches, public offices and hotels are all jrone. but there ai re no fatalities at the Constant Spring Hotel. Amonjr the killed were Sir James Ferjruson and p.ominent merchants and prrff.iional men. With the alve Kinjrnton Dispatch the Associated P...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 January 1907

c I 1 If You Wont Cash j aimmmmmBmmnnnnmni a a ttatataataaaaa . IT I -I5KINJ- DISEASES CAN BE CURED a powetfal non-poiioaaus liquid anti septic tat extern! um, has provd by its many cures to be "The world's great est cure (or all diseases of the skia and cala.'" Doa't suBer whea a cure is so near at hand. BioosritLD. Wo aftr SMh. I90. B. W. Roea MtDicmt Co., Si Louh. Mo. GeaAewnn I aullere1 ton reart with lb met du eeeing cam of ectema. For eaverel months I could not ruh nr kanda nor face, bit caae n proacwncpd incaraele Niae bool of ZMO hit tntirelr cured me and I am pleatd lo tali all eat errrt to uae ZMO if you want to tat eeie of ectasia. Yourl reapectfullv. W. P Tt'DBS. SHI Leading Draggistt sr by Extrest Fatness Oblv Br E. W. ROSE MEDICINE CO. 3032 OUre Street. ST. LOUIS. MO. mraaltaa and Said I i HAYNES 4 TAYLOR All Were Worried. Tb mistake made by telegraph op erator are often very aruuriing and sometime rather trtllng. A Wanhlngton girl. 16 years old, went nest recently, an...

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. — 18 January 1907

If "WJr tti2ur nmzur "ft The I AND The CrDtteoicSem Record yisvie Do u HeraicS r 1 II Both One Year for Only $2.00 ! Subscribe Now ! This offer is for a Limited time only to Cash Subscribers. A Daily and Weekly Paper for the Price of one 4aCZZZ3av etrnos Lett H ftotdhswae Mm and M Glvss It Asy. f"nnul "" iKi' ti'h itiiil Indian Mii: i rx .;, hmi i hint in'Ay. and t that l n ik i him J -y I" sleep more lli.iti to lioiir huiI a half In one night " I Ignoring unlciD cotivenm ns and r New York Joe.i.h Murphy. pr re.lrnt ln accept! less it.riad if pr'. ir of roadhouse In the limns. m.f tt,n regular compensation ft r I. ...M by verarlout cltliem of the V).rtiii,. nw, f hit un"u:. ttm.ity to have tuffered financial lout j Mtr..riKrH. he curies a hoc! read ! th- iKli the misplaced intellectual ( i rUIljr ,,,r n!ro 1, oi(j, avcraclnR lO f.-. f hit gteen parrot Jtn,; m . un',jg It paid 30 rents an l.wur t.ud hid to be ditMnl of U-ca.re i ,ur 6, hi.ur day and Z'o tents is .Hl. rrd too n.auy dr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 January 1907

Cbe Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. GEO. M. CRIDER, J. FRANK CONGER, Editor! SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enteral u second-class matter July 16, 1904. at th poetofflce at Marion. Ky., under Act of Con- I of March S. 187. NOTICE! s i writing to have your address changed always five tha post office to which your paper ia o- Int aa well aa the poetofflce to which you wish it aenL While our columns are always open for the dis cussion of any relevant subject, wa do not necee aarily indorsa the opinions of contributor. Anonymous letters will not be noticed; therefore correspondents will pleaaa (iva their names -not. sMCsaaarily for publication, but aa an evidence of food faith. TELEPHONE 134 FRIDAY, JAN. 18, 1907 We believe that the backbone of the contention between the Dark Tobacco Growers Association and the outsiders in Caldwell county has been broken. As will be noticed elr.ewhere in these columns, they had a meeting in Prince ton last Saturday. At this, meeting all difference...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 January 1907

LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn, Dentist. I. w. Lamb went to Rodney Sunday. Wanted -School boarders. Mrh. M. A. Pfc'RIlY. A. S. Thredkeld, of Kelsey, ws in oity Wednesday. Sugar from 2 to 24 lb for $1.00. G. L. Dial. .S. T. Dupuy u In Henderson Sun Jay. j. F. Canada, of Crayceville, was in the city Monday. T. H. Cochran waa In Princeton Saturday. T. L. Taylor, of Madieonville, waa in the city Monday. Johnaon Eaaley, of Kelsey, spent .Sunday in the city. Richard Bebout, of Sheridan, waa In the city Monday. Mum Allen, of Morgaofleld, attended the contaat Friday night. N. K. Woolfolk, of Madisonville, waa in the city Monday. Mrs. Waller, of Morganfield, attend ed llie ronteat Friday evening. t'lareiice Frank nt Sunday with hi sinter, Mr. T. T. Guess, of Tolu. Mrjur Buker and Kourlund, of I .xn, were In the city Friday night. Mr. (.J. V. Stone was the guet uf l,i r ni'itlu-r, Mm. IUi I, in KeUey Sun- Mr. Sum ( ujj n in returned Kn- I .ir. iiln m ur F. W. Nunn. Dentist. going; backward, Will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 January 1907

EVEUSY 1AY From SEPTEMBER 15 to OCTOBER 31 LOU KATES TO Montana, Idaho, Washington; Oregon and British Columbia VIA THE GREAT NORTHERN RY. "The Comfortable Wwy" Excellent opportunities to make & home of your own or to engage in any line of business. NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES: TO Froai St P.uL Diilutk 30.00 Our MO Hinsdale, Mont. . . . $18.00 $28.00 Havre, Great Falls, Butte, Anaconda, Helena, Kalispell, Whitefish and intermediate point, 20.00 Jennings, Mont., enatchee, w art)., Fernie, B. C, Kootenai points, Spokane and inter mediate poinU . - - 22.50 30.50 Seattle. Everett and Pugct Sound poinU 25.00 33.00 LIBERAL STOPOVER. PRIVILEGES. CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO US. EREE Wt ""d vnu snsolutclv free illustrated descriptive bulletin of Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana or Washington. (Name the one you want.) Gives you complete in fomaftm about the opportunity and resources oi these Main. For further information sddrras Passenger Trathc Department Great Northern Railway, St. Paul, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 January 1907

Her ieeest Out. Robert Watchorn. the coui:iua!ont ,f imniigraUoo, has nude a synipa thotlc and thoroiiiiU study of th lui mmrant type that reach New Yom j Discussing thane types me otner nay. Be auld: "The moat nulve art fat German from the smaller aod re moter atatea. They have the charm InKly simple and quaint nitods of chil dren. A beautiful Gorman girl dis embarked here tha other day. 8b a tall and strong, blue-eyed an' yellow haired. Sbe wanted to know at olios If there were any letters for her. The postmastor at the pier, after lulling ber name, aald, by way of a joko: 'la It a busln or love letter that you eipecl?' The girl faltered '"A bualness letter.' "'Well, there'a aotblng here,' said the man af'er looking over the aort meiiL "The girl hesitated. Then, bluablng a red aa a roae, the laid: 'Would you mind Just looking among the love letter now. sir?" " , Ualng Left-Over Fruit Whenever you have any fruit left over from a nieal. can It. Cook the fruit until tender, with plen...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 January 1907

A TEMPERANCE LECTURE. Mr Wasted Phnlnrrapb la Reaala4 Him of Hla Looks. Having tin eugngement at bis office tt i: u iinusutilly early hour, Allen wns luri'yiug in tlmt direction when lie wag mixed to gee liis friend Walters stand liif! In the doorway of a cheap photo graphic studio nervously ruttling the bundle of the locked diMir and tiippiug Impatiently on the glass panel. Wal ter vi:s in a condition that comes nn 4er the heading of "unfit for piihllca tlon." Me wax in Uis evening clothes; hiH once shiny vilk hut was ruffled and jenled. necktie askew and overcoat rumpled. As Allen hailed him he turn ad n pair of bloodshot eye and tried (o mil He. "What on earth are you doing tereT sked Alleu In surprise. "Want to get tny picture taken." aid Walters gravely. "Picture takeu? This boor? And In your condition-thai Is to , without fixing up a bit? Don't be silly, man. Co home and Ret a little rest." And Allen tried to draw Walters In the di rection of a drug store. Walters wrenched him...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 January 1907

ittratoi IteofEi VOLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY JAN. 25, 1907. NUMBER 28 SECURING EVIDENCE INFANT DIES ! LANDSLIDE CAUSES TERROR CARNEGIE'S DECLARATION D. A. R. RESOLUTION MARYELOUS MEETING. Tbat II is Believed Will Put Mytit The Utile Elyht Months Old Child ol Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gill Plat ol Ground Containing Fifteen Acres Slides Down Hill Would Give Millions lor Ten Years Lease on Lite Thanks Hon. Ollle James For His 10,000 Fight In Vain To Hear a Kldcrs In the Penitentiary Favors to the Chapter Chicago Evangelist. ttnt BE llnlAinHvilk Ky., Jn. 19. -New h, Ini n received irom rrinciion iu the 't that tli rltixeniT committee, l,K-h has recently liecn investigating the m (ton of the night riders, who, , rul week t.urneu two u.uacco ,) iorning t fsi-ione it that place, ha born con unumg it lalmr. and it in thought nth considerable chances of ultimate wi i.i i ... i ......I.. tK. r. Hie cisim a nuw i-iok huhw In ,,nr- nf those who h been speciul j . tue in the work of making ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 January 1907

11 9 DISEASES yield quickly to the most wonderful discovery in the last hundred years. ZEMO is nowrecoRni led as "The world's great est cure for all diseases of the skin and svnlp." ltchincskin diseases are caused by a perm, ZEMO cures by destroying these genua. It never fails to cure. Mr. P.. S. Rrrnolds ufn Maple Ave., St. l.oui, says: "I am ?i years old. and I have Mijcri-d m rear with iicliiw. burnini errema. My son-in-law. Jno. K. Pavis of lti Courtney S'me iv, procured boule of ZEMO. Within on week the itchine was atnptM and llie swelling reduced and the eni-sinn. aliiioat lisanpearrd. It is Hie "test si cure for ail akin diseases." PRICC, $1.00, ALL DRUGGISTS OR DY EXPRESS Pim-Amo 0lt Br E. W. ROSE MEDICINE CO. 3032 Oliee St. St. Louis, Mo. Guirtnlett sni Sell E HAYNES A TAYLOR NO CAUDI FOR WORRY. Lady D.cVt Mean to Lose "Splendid G rl" for a Triviality. At a r.ictirr of a, womana club In an eastcin city tie members dis cussed ti.e p. u deal ol seeming and re tnlnins Konj hou...

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