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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 8 February 1907

v 17 IH LI ! l i .i r t r t r i tv waving purcnasea tne k. l.. rnce, or rroviaence, ivy.,- sroi.. church Directory. ' Merchandise, consisting of Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Gents Furnishing Goods, Shoes and Notions, and will offer same at a Great Reduction in Prices MARION SALVAGE COMPANY OPERA HOUSE BLOCK ROY GILBERT, Manager I EaiiUpniapt t Sale 1 M 0 . 5 G LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn. Dentist C H. Dos left Tuesday fur I'mlu cah. Albert Boat, of ifelwry, waa in town Monday. J. L Clifton left Tuesday fur Union City, Tenn. B. C. Veale. of Murray, was in town thin week. Sugar from 9' to 24 Urn for $!.. G. L Dial. F. W. Nunn, Dentist. Milton Yandell, of Blackford, was in town Monday. Marvin Charles, of Rrookhaven, Ala., was the city Tuesday. Eugene Guess, of Tolu, spent nevcr eral day a in town last week. Mr. and Mra. James i'arii returned thi week from their trip to Texas. The Marion Heal Etate and Invent-! ment Co., has some desirable residence property for rent. The Marion Ileal Folate a...

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. — 8 February 1907

1 . Cbt Crittenden lUcord ISSUED WEEKLY. . 'ERY From SEPTEMBER 15 to OCTOBER 31 L017 RATES . TO Montana, Idaho, Washington, li'egon and British Columbia VIA THE GREAT NORTHERN RY. "The Comforto-blo Way; Excellent opportunities to make a. home of your own or to engage in nny line of business. NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES: From Si Ptul. TO Minif.poiii and From Uuluth Qncaflo HinscUe, Mont. '. . . $18.00 $28.00 Havre, Great Fall!, Butte, Anaconda, Helena, . Kalispell.U'hitenllaiiJ iiiieinietliale points, 20.00 30.00 Jennings, Mont., Wenatchee, Wash., Fcrnie, B. C, Kootenai points, Spokane and inter mediate points - . . 22.50 30.50 Seattle. Everett and Puget Sound points 25.00 33.00 LIBEHAL STOPOVER. PRIVILEGES. CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO US. FREE ' w'll, ""nd vou absolutely free illustrated descriptive bulletin of Minntsota, North Dakota, Montana or Washington. (Name the one you want.) Gives you complete in formation about the opportunities and resources of these states. For further info...

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. — 8 February 1907

V ORIENTAL JUGGLERS. lata rrforaa4 kr tktaeae aa4 Kaat Inillaa MaaTlclaaa, j "During a trip through tUe far cant I win much Impressed with (he won ferf III tent performed by imt 0f t!i Chinese and Indian juggler aud lelght of bund artists," auld Chi en go man the other day, "la Auierl ciiu theaters we tee some skillful wnik along those TluL-a. but the Imt- former U usually lit a mislderablt) I'1'1'1'1 uf u' worW the miliiten dUtitnre from (be spectators andj,'0"a. unconscious humor of writers, could employ tunny aid tbat th orl-r ibik- speaker and, In fact, nil clusses eutrtls Jj not use. ui.il condition of uien and women. "I bavt a Chinese and ludln mi Uit-r is uoue si delightful it fur magicians coma on board a ship J j , lnnll )rovoUll , u Id Ihe wiilnf of a circle of pa.wu.ani , t,,, MwyM Uumur of ,ll0 ,,,,,,,,,,,1 perform trim mat uro iiitio iyat of j marvelous. For liiatiiuce, on nf ' (JHor to Chinese would ask a sj't pltue n coin bi the latter'a bund. The (Tiluniuiiii would f...

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. — 8 February 1907

Q. THE GREGORY TRIAL (Continued from first page) CROSS EXAMINATION. Did you Bee any blood in the main A. Walter Lower. Obe Simmons, and Bob Jackson. J Q. Had John IY been to the stable j before. A. I was not there, but my em ployees said that he had been mere several times that morning. Thirteenth witness: Walter Lowery: CROSS EXAMINATION. Q. What is your personal feeling to ward the defendant? A. I have nothing at all against him. Q. Mr. Jones, is it not a fact that he arreested your wife at one time? A. Yes. O Was she not arrested for con- Yes, some by the front door. yffatJohnD? A. Don't know what he threw, but it hit the coal house as he was getting over the fence. Fifth witness-Mrs. J. I. Hill: "I was at home in my kitchen scouring when I saw Mr. Gregory pass the door In a trot. 1 heard Mrs. Lucy Yates screaming, 'he's killed him.' I said to Mr. Hill something is the matter, and directly I saw them pass the front door and heard Mrs. Yeates say, 'he has kill ed that boy." Sixth ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 8 February 1907

'7 THE GREGORY TRIAL (Continued from first page) CROSS EXAMINATION. Did you see any blood in the main Yes, some by the front door. lid Edgie Gregory throw the hat- John D7 A. Don't know what he threw, but it hit the coal house as he was getting over the fence. Fifth witness-Mrs. J. I. Hill: "I was at home in my kitchen scouring when I saw Mr. Gregory pass the door in a trot. I heard Mrs. Lucy Yates screaming, 'he's killed him.' I said to Mr. Hill something is the matter, and directly I saw them pass the front door and heard Mrs. Yeates say, 'he has kill ed that boy." Sixth witness: J. I. Hill: "I was be hind my house mending a broom, I rais ed up and saw John D. pass by; he passed on and got over the fence, when I heard Mrs. Yates scream, John D. went by the hotel, stopped a second or two, and seemed to be talking to Sophia Sexton, daughter of Mrs. Rhodes, So phia was standing where she slops her hogs. He walked twenty feet and then ran. He once boarded with me. I went in the bank n...

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