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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 October 1904

The ftfttfettdEB J&OTfitfL VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1904. NUMBER 16. KILLED AT MINES! kept a secret Falling Tub at Noe Mines Strikes Allen King. Break ing His Neck. A LAMENTABLE ACCIDENT. Wat the Marriage of W. L. Adams and Mitt Stovall. r WHICH DO YOU PREFER? Mint Dora It. Stovall and I,. Ailaint.. of Cravnevillc were mar ried at Itellrville, III. (Molar 12th, lUi v. Win. (iiiplmr, a lrf 1yt rian minvtrr i.f that place olliciating. Satunlay morning aUitit 10 In Tucxday, . tohcr 1 1th, Mixscs ih k a most n riotis accident nr. Mat 1 Miiint r and Dora Stovall rurrcdat tin .W mines nlmiit H and W. ,lain Imiiirht tickets mill west of here in ar Sheridan in ; In n-(or St. buiis nteimil,le to at- j this county which resulted in the. tend the World's Fair. That Mi"' ilmtli of Alien KiiiK. 1". itii'l h Stovall aii'l Mr. AIiiih wi re any-1 l.ruiwl nrm for Iloh Join s. Itnth thing more than aniuaintanccs wi re miner and engaged in under-' wax neve...

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. — 28 October 1904

OVERFLOW OF LOCAL NEWS. POPULIST MEETING. Finnic Moore, formerly of this county, 1 1) 1ms 1km n residing at Aunistnn, Mo., writing insurance, arrived here Friiliiy. i Mis. W. I). Wallingford who has nceti uic guest ni her daughter, Mrs. ('. I'. Xoggle, at DeKoveii, returned homo Sunday. J. II. Price and children, Rudell and Zetta, of Ix-vias, were in town Friday enroute to Kept on to siiend J. (i. Rochester was in Princeton Friday. A. J. Pickens went to F.vansville last Friday. l"r. I. II. ('lenient was in the city Saturday. Colic GilU-rt, of Gladstone, was in town Friday. , J. W. Lamb was in Umisville on husiness this week. J. V. P.lue ntteiuled court nt Saturday and Sunday. Paducah this week. i y W(H)(ljJ) ))f Un u f Will (irady, of Rlarkford, was in spent Sunday here with his child- the city Saturday. reii who are guests of their grand Hon. W. P. Marsh, of Anderson County. Speaks in This County. (irant Davidsoa has moved into part of the old Marion Hotel. Messrs. Joe Ren Champion...

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. — 28 October 1904

CDc Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. JAS. P.. CHITTrHDFIN, Publisher. SUHSCRIPTION, PLR VLAR, ONt DOLLAR. Entrnwl MVftml-rUM matter July in, iikh, at thv iMMtirftirv at Mnrinn, Ky Ullilr Act nf IVm-pl-ru uf Man h 3. S7U. FKIDAY, OCTOI5KR LI). l'.KIJ. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. Ililt rill'."ll'KNT Tlli:)()tK ItimsEVELT of Nrw York. Foil V It K I'KKSIIiKNT CllAKI.ES W. FA lit HANKS Of 1 ii 1 lit 1 1:1 . The Hum who ilm in more tlian lit- in pit i'l for never gets paid for IIIOD' tlllll) III' llltl'S. Parker declares tlmt tin- Amen an iiatiun is extravagant in its cx jx ixlil urt H. Hut the H-plf know l:at tin y Witht, tiinl liny niiaii to lighted his mid iiir-i have it. Thcv an' working hard to! Here il in: earn iiitm- money; that's the way1 "I'mkcrV past political liley meet ii.rci.Hary lull. ; reminds me of twit Shaker Cunnon, tint other night' in Chicago iMiHst-rl nut; up to Alton ! Hrooks Parker in n way that le- i immensely. ! OLD METHOD OF VOTING rerun! . f i : i . . a" i a i ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 October 1904

IT IS NOT SO MUCH WHAT A FELLOW SAYS BUT IT IS WHAT HE DOES. TALK IS CHEAP. &j 3) c m joievm ir wranrangaaaoi iiiimii ntmidiintiiHani'iBvv : COME, COME! LOOK, LOOK! WE LIKE TO SHOW THE BEST STOCK IN THE COUNTY. Seeing BUT THIS IS WHAT WE DO An J if you will see us we will s show you, we will convince you, that a dollar buys more good goods from us than you can buy anywhere in the county. Walk Over Shoes FOR MEN. Queen C vality Jhoes FOR WOMEN. Kind to Wear. JACKETS! JACKETS! THE ONLY STOCK For the money. The only kind to wear. No Lady, No Miss, No Child can afford to miss seeing our stock. BEST STYLE. LOWEST PRICES CLOTHING! CLOTHING! None other looks like ours. Suits, Overcoats, Pants, lor Men, Boys, Children. They fit and wear the best UKthhUUUUis--A Hlli NEW STOCK. Something you can't see at ?j other stores. Don't fail to see (g$5 these. The price is Lowest. JfcJ OUR CREAT STOCK ttS IS WORTH THE SEEING. Not a cent too much is asked for any of our Goods. Every Price is The Low...

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. — 28 October 1904

n n E SHOES MURE. ft I AN W The Kind that wear well, lit well and Oi look well lor Men t. Women, Boys and ? Girls. We Have a Complete Line of SHOES ti n if ii n n ina W Inl A 8 DO ill :9T It w in Men and Boys Suits Men and Boys Overcoats Mackinetts and Raincoats Lion Brand Shirts and Collars Hats and Caps New NeckWear Cloaks and Jackets for Ladies Misses and Children Ready Made Skirts Shawls and Fascinators Furs and Capes Underwear for all QUALITIES ARE THE BEST AND PRICES THE LOWEST! So we have the goods and the PRICES ARE RIGHT. If you do not share in these bargains ITS NOT OUR FAULT. Taylor & Cannan A PLEASURE TO PLEASE 2 Wc Lead f$ This Line. I LOCAL BREVITIES. bmi Clifton mux ill lytiiflnirg 'itliniliiv. ,1 J. P. lVni' mi in l'r"viili-iii-' ; Tmliir. I i U cure In mil mill v Mr.j Fwn u' pntty hat. 4iti-t.rav.f , i.( llyi iii-liiiric, w, in tin ity Satur.l.iy . 1 John Pari ir ri k nl lii hoinr in ii.itli.nl Marion. Tin W. Yinoii. "f Prim t"ii, 1 WOJ ill t'iMII M'.ll'I.I.V. J...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 October 1904

REILLY REPLIES TO JEFFERSONIAN ! tlmt ParlvL-r was nominated to kill ! Bryan and Hryan principles, and that if Parker is elected tlie old gold ltcnincrat element will eternal ly crow almut hotv they won when pure water and a healthful ittinnti phere, choice lands, a live, no nhead people, two railroads, three newspapers, two hanks, good puh lie school houses in which a term Reasons Given Why Bryan Wen Do Not Support Parker. iiiey fot the party hack to Cleve- of from six to nine months school i To the Fditor of the News; Fort Wayne. 1ml.. Oct. I I, 1'iMI. I have rcai I what ".lelTeronian' ' said in your paper ol Oct. l.th. landisin? And with the gain; of j is taught annually and a high gold lemocrats and lnereenaries school at Odcrlin, the county scat, who will he appointed to olliee un-! where a tinishel education can he ;der Parker will so arrange to eon-'had. Located as it is, we have t inl the Hcinjcrats' organization ! reasons to U lieve that lccutcr ; that the principles of Bry...

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. — 28 October 1904

V 0C3C 0 C3 i The Crittenden BECORD The Up-to-Date Western KcntucKy Newspaper 3u Sljese flattfi of fHeutal Strain All Nrcb a Uaratimt By EDWIN CINN, Wall-Known School Book Publlihir. j QUEER OCULAR DELUSION, j i ; Woman of Forty Had Never Known : I That Everybody Did Mot See Double. j A remarkable story ran be verb fled by a well-known oculist in Ithis city, Hays the Kansas City. 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. Goincj at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick ind Choice ol the Best Jcursali Will be Found in Our Clubbing Lilt. We will jcnd TllK ClUTTEN- IKN UKomi) and either of the following journals both onk YF.AR'for price named: Tin t niniM-iN !:"iii' with in. iiiiinti We kly I".i.iiir r ?l Um-vil!.-Il.r.l I 1 M. f' ( i'l" I r.il 1 1 t'.'tirii r .l"iin,.il I.' Wnkly N.i-hville Am. ri.. hi 1 Or we will send 1 HK'UrroRn ami the Weekly E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 October 1904

1 TH u i I' Volumes of praise could be written about our extraordinary Cash Bargains. We can save you from 15 to 25 per cent p$ on every dollars worth of goods you buy from us, and it has been demonstrated thousands of times that WE DO AS WE SAY! And a proper conception of what is up-to-date in Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Clothing and Hats can only be h?t hv tmrvind intn nnr stnrr nnrl efind fhtm OUR PRICES. Pacific and Simpson Calico 4 Jc per yard. Hoosier Brown Domestic 4 Jc " Hope Bleeched Domestic 7 c " The Best Table Oil Cloth 18 c Cotton Batting 5 cents per bale. Come in and get some of these goods while they last for everything GOES CHEAP FOR CASH. We don't charge you anything extra for losses, for we haven't any, for we sell only for cash. Dress Goods and Waistings. Come in and see our line, they are cheap for Cash. Shoes BUY THE BEST The Brown See our line of Ltdies and Childrens Jackets lie fore you buy, for we can save you some money. us ritu:-, We have eot emit b...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 4 November 1904

tflltlhr VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1904. NUMBER 17. AN OFFICIAL INVESTIGATION In Regard to the So-Called "Cabbage Snake" Made by Health Officer. " IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS. Some t i ii io ngu 1 Ugan an inves tigation of the "cabbage snake," but on account of illness I wa not 'of (iiinliiiliic, and the individual 'itself is known scientifically iih Mi-rmi Albicans. TliiH aninial is neither snake nor insect, lmt mif of tin furniH of worms. In its adult state it liven itjMin the rahhage leaf, but docs nut sulwist iixin it, so tliat tint rahlmgc is in no wine in jured by it presence. It lays its ckk in large numbers, which egs are eaten l.y cuterpillars, and in the InkIv of the catcrniller thrv liati h, forming tin; embyro worm. These cmbyn grow at the expense of the caterpillar until they reach sexual maturity, when the Ixxly of the caterpillar in ruptured ami the worm net free to again live tlieir A LESSON FROM THE PAST The farmers ami business...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 4 November 1904

Pickens & Cavender's It's Easier to Move Money than Dry Goods. i Great Ikmova WE HAVE MADE A LEASE CONTRACT FOR THE NEW TWO STORY BRICK BUILDING THAT IS BEING CONSTRUCTED NEXT DOOR TO THE MASONIC BUILDING AND THEREFORE WE ARE SELLINC OUR GOODS AT REMARKABLY REDUCED PRICES PREPARATORY TO MOVING. SHOES, THE STAR BRAND. II No old stock, The New II ATTENTION, LADIES. There are none better. Late Style Goods at 1'--5rt nn,i 15,00 Iiain Cm 8,'llinK at ?',MH) f . it cv. , Mm . lMm . Plaid Dress Goods, l.lo Kinjc at 10 cents Mens Heavy Shoes, regular $3.00 go.ng at $2.00 RedUCed PriceS. fiinsham worth 12 1-2 cents going at 8 cents Mens' Heavy Shoes, regular 1.50 going at 1.00 Canton Flannel for 5 cent per yard. Ladies Fine Shoes, regular $1.50 going at $1.25 Good Calicoes for 4 1-2 cents per yard $1.00 Kabo Corsets lor 7S Cents. Good Bloodied Domestic 7 cents jht yard CHTTYTC. Regular $1.00 Shirts going at 71 cents. I New Style Capes worth $1.50 lor $1.00 Our Ladies' Department is comple...

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 November 1904

The Record Against Cleveland-Parker Democracy ! Every Laborer has Received Under Roosevelt's Administration $120 where he Received $100 when Cleveland was President, and Every Factory Employs 129 Men Now Where 100 Laborers were Reluctantly Accepted then. r Cbe Crittenden Record. WHUKh WKKKI.Y. JAS. L CHITTENDEN, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. PER ttAR. ONE DOLLAR SWORN CIRCULATION MOO. Thi sworn average circulation from July ir, lion, to Sept. 16, l.r,uO. ( irculatinn inoreiminif weekly, and ii now alwut W). Advertising con tract solicited. KnUrf u Mmmt-rlu. matur Jul. IS. IW14, at thm il.4ttr ( M.rvm. K.. urul.r Act uf lim. gnmnl Murhl. HIT. Tin- secret of iH.liti. nl victory if THE SAFEST STRIP. tl.ctl.or.mKln.cHH will, whirl, tl.c The strip of land which lies Is-vol- ih gotten .,ut to the ,h.11h. Ixt ,,,.,. th,. ltekv mountains and the every Republican sec to it that the full strength of the party in hit in. mediate vicinity in recorded nt the s.lls, and the rest of the state j that th...

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 November 1904

i Ok Crittenden Record. STILL HUNT BY THE DEMOCRATS OPEN FIGHT BY REPUBLICANS ! ISSUED WEEKLY. It Toy JAS. E. CHITTENDtM, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION, PER YEAR, ONE DOLLAR. SWORN CIRCULATION 1500. The sworn average circulation from July 15, 1904, to Sept. 15, 1W4, l), is now about l!0oo. tracts f ohcited. and Advertising con- Entfrari M wcond-rlaM matter July 15, 1904. at th. ptntiimw at Marion, Ky., uniltr Act of Con iw of March 3. 1H7V. With the Populists Ever on the Alert, Thus the Campaign in Crittenden Covnty is Rapidly. Drawing to a Close - A Majority ol 400 Expected for Republican Ticket. lit S Up 13 ms" I I HON. L T. FRANKS, OF 0WENSB0R0, TO SPEAK SATURDAY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1904. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. KOK riiKMPKST THEODORE ROOSEVELT Of New York. FOB VU'K PHKSIPKST CHARLES V. FAIRBANKS Of Indiana. FOR CONGRESS JESSE C. SPEIGHT. In this county tin- Democrats jollier Rcpuhlicau siecclics have have wen (it to proceed with what 1 N'1"1'' ""' , .. ti , ! To-night Walter lilac...

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 November 1904

1THE CASH STORE !l $5 Volumes of praise could be written about our extraordinary Cash Bargains. We can save you from 15 to 25 per cent "wmii ux auuui juv uuy irom v, ana u nas oeen demonstrated tnousands oi times that WE DO AS WE SAY! And a proper conception of what is up-to-date in Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Clothing and Hats can only be had bv StCDDintf into our store and wind thorn 0J " 11 m ww- wa A VA11I iw OUR PRICES. fticific and Simpson Calico 4Jc per yard. Hoosier Brown Domestic 4-jc " Hope Ii leeched Domestic 7 c " The Best Table Oil Cloth 18 c Cotton Hatting 5 cents cr bale. i l e . 1 i ii . i uimu m aou gei some oi inese poous wniie iney 5; last for everything GOKS CHEAP FOR CASH. We don't charge you anything extra for losses, for we haven t any, for we sell only for cash. If: Dress Goods and Waistings. Come in and see our line, they are cheap for Cash. Shoes BUY THE BEST The Brown Indies Fine Shoes $1.50 now they go at $1.20 Brown Queen Bee for Ladies $1.85 Bro...

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 November 1904

REPUBLICAN INDUSTRY. Five Per Cent, of World's Pop ulation and Seven Per Cent, of its Area. American Industry Equals One' Half of the Industry of Mankind. NOT SO UNDER CLEVELAND. Every vote cast against the He publican party thiH year is a ballot marked or the hauling down of the flag. American prosperity rests on the protective tariff. It is protec tion that has made the United Ftntes the prosperous country that it is. Every Imllot cast for candi dates not heartily in favor of pro tectionfor candidates especially who believe that protection is rnl Wry in a blow at national suprem acy. That supremacy rests, ufter all, on proUt'tion, which has given toiler and tiller the home market and is fast winning the markets of the world. Our flag now signifies continental paramountcy. Strike at commercial supremacy and in dustrial solidity, resting on tariff Protection of American industry. . . . im and the tlag is sine ken at one and the same blow. What has protec tion done for flag and count...

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. — 4 November 1904

ooc Q Marion 30 !The Crittenden! 1EC01B 9 It contains all the host General news and all the Ix-al news in Crittenden and Livingston counties. It h read in the home everywhere. If you are not a subscriber already, sub scrile now. $1. Going at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick and Choict ol tht Best Journals Will b Found in Our Clubbing Lilt. We will send The Critten den Record and either of the following journals both one year Jf or price named: Ttl " Cwm.M'KN Kl'ivMli with t'iw inn.iti Wckly EiiuirT le-illievilli- Hinl l St. laiia (i..I- Ii iikn rat Coiirit rJi'Unml Wee kly Nn-hvillc American Or we will Rend TheJRecord and the Weekly Enquirer, both, and either of the following journals ONE YEAR for price named: ii.f-i 1.2.1 !.:." I.; Thf l'iiiiiiiiin r Is-lir's popular M.igiinc Viik's Kl'-rn! M igwito' Katin City Str thi Kiirti r Nlhiinl Mm ktiinii slid Farmer llrcedi-r's ' ttf S idititie Ann rn nn Aim ri -.in Mki p Hrn h r American Sniin l-rl Knrm mi'l Kin-i'lc Woman's llmne t'iiiviiiili...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 4 November 1904

Sample Ballot for Election Nov. 8, 1904. X mark under Log Cabin Votes the Republican Ticket. 6 m o o O o o Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. CLAUDE M. THOMAS LILLARD H. CARTER C C GRASSHAM EVERETT JENNINGS ROBERT HARDISON LJ j. McKENZlE MOSS J. R. ZIMMERMAN 1 JOHN P. HASWELL, JR HERMANN D. NEWCOMB ... MATTHEW J. HOLT E. E. BARTON D. B. WALLACE J. S. MORRIS. W. REED EMBRY. C L. WILLIAMS P. A. LYON, JR R. C FORD FOR CONGRESS. 0LL1E M.JAMES LOCAL NEWS. CARRSVILLE. .v n ,, , ., , It. (Jinx. Maonrup ami wife, of ... .. .. una, vinM .Mike iianimr family Funly. Dr. J. S. demm Hmithlaml ln-t week. went to Foret Hardy, of Hampton, wa hrrr Katunlay. Mr. Minnir Payln ('rafnl, wifr of Fraili-lla Cranfonl, liil W MomUy niRlit. Mr. IiIlir Ilann- -nt to (Il Hope Sturlajr to ato ml thr pnt tnu1.il niirting. John IinrUngn h l n on thr h kh't- . Rrv. V. II. Anhry, of Sturgi, prrarhol at thr Mrthoilit rhurrh Huniky. Fq. Holx-rt (arr wrnt to Marion rUtunluy to nint hi wife ami rliihlnn who ...

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 November 1904

4lL niC l UMIUUW TUPUM JUL VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1904. NUMBER 18. THE MAN ON RSEBACK GALLOPS IN! THE GREATEST LANDSLIDE IN THE HISTORY OF PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS! President Roosevelt Wins by a Greater Plurality Than Was Ever Cast For a Nominee - Every State That Stood Amonfl The Dovbtlvls Carried by Republicans, KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC BY SMALL MAJORITY Hardly hud th" sun gun,, down ' that given for MKinlcy in I'M). Tin-nlay tin- n-Milt in New 'The n-pult of Tuiwlay's Uillnting Virk begun to appear. Bulletin wo iitouiiding even to the most f.illnfted bulletin, "In-wing. .anguine L,i(,li.j.n IIMIIIIg.r. I.irg- Republican gain :inl lv 7 ' ( . r. I . i i . i ' . "litl'li-lit a thev Were of Mlinin. i Yik it wa evident tlu' kfri.it ciii- l r' Mate had given till' :t ii candidate a 1 1 1 it ji . r 1 1 y l .n. ll.M ttriul ii'l 1. if iH I if it... .LiHt liififi-l. ., . , S mnviiu mg was 1 1- story of ..... , i if . .i I in- minimi' hi nun ii-1 seven ...

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 November 1904

mx (IDT I i d HSMESS 1 ifa 1 15,000 S tock Of Clean, New, Up-to-date Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Etc. to be sold at a Sacrifice! On settlement with the estate of J. H. Clifton this splendid stock of goods will be sold as a whole on January 1st, 1905. Believing that the estate might realize as much profit by reducing, in the following manner, the stock to the lowest possible amount by that date, and that our friends and patrons whose confidence and most liberal patronage we have enjoyed for eight years, are justly entitled to any favors which we might be able to give them, and we know of no better or more substantial way of showing our appreciation than by giving them an opportunity, just at a time when they need the goods, of buying their fall and winter goods at a saving to them of 15 to 50 per cent we have decided Beginning Wednesday, Nov. 16, at 9 o'clock, a. m. To place on sale our entire stock of goods, absolutely without reserve, AT COST and many things...

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 November 1904

i Pickens Cavender's It's Easier to Move Money than Dry Goods. fa 19 (HI --' 9 rat Mcmoval WE HAVE MADE A LEASE CONTRACT FOR THE NEW TWO STORY BRICK BUILDING THAT IS BEING CONSTRUCTED NEXT DOOR TO THE MASONIC BUILDING AND THEREFORE WE ARE SELLINC OUR GOODS AT REMARKABLY REDUCED PRICES PREPARATORY TO MOVING. is Sale! fa fa fa 19 Q 3 SHOES, THE STAR BRAND. There are none better. Mens' Heavy Shoes, regular $,1(0 Koinic at $2.00 Mens' Heavy Shoes, regular 1.50 Koirnj at 1.00 Ladies Fine Shoes, regular S) goinjr at $1.25 CHTTYTC Rctfular $1.00 Shirts jroinjr. at 71 cents. jlllM 1 iJ. Reyular .Wi Shirts Roinjj at 55 cents. PlntVlint I ur tnc' ncw an( complete and the vlUlIllIl J I quality is of the lieat, so if you need a Suit or Overcoat we can save you money. 12.50 and $15.00 llain Coats selling at $9.00 No old stock, The New Late Style Goods at Reduced Prices. $1.00 Kabo Corseb tor 75 cents. New Style Capes worth SL5Q tor SLOO 25c Matting lor 20c 30c Matting tor 25c. We will sell you t...

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. — 11 November 1904

Thb TVitfoMflOrt Rfrtffl . 1 ISSUED WEEKLY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. PER YEAR. ONE DOLLAR. SWORN CIRCULATION 1500. The sworn average circulation from July 15. 1904, to Sept. 15, l'.t"4. 15(10. urcuiation increasing;, weeKiy, ana ; ng weekly, ai is now about -J0oO. Advertising con- tracts solicited entered fttcn-wl-clafll matter July la. iw, at the Dont.itlici-t Marion. Kv . unili-r Act of Con. ' gran of March 3, 1879. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1904. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF Duvall We are authorized to an- jounce Alonzo J. Duvall a candidate ;Tmt gran(1 i,i war hllip m,im to for the office of Sheriff of Crittenden . . ' . county, subject to the action of the! I advancing backward with pro Republican party. Election 1905. JigiU!) strides. It might lie proper to remark in passing that the old NOW, will you le good? Be sure you nre right U-fore you tackle Teddy. Parker's plea of political purity petered out. And Uncle Gassaway saw a great light. OH, those dollars! And no...

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