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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 2 December 1904

1M WtttodEB BecoT idL VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1904. NUMBER 21. OUR DARK TOBACCO!11"" iU' M ' AtMnnitou, Messrs. C. J. Pratt I Co. will operate this season with ... .... . ; A. E. Hill mm uuiniiKt'r. What is Colng at Various Points- Al N,.,H, ,,. IlllH.rilll TollI(,.(, Weither Against Stripping. ?iwrmi? iJoM rt ', " with Win. , A. Hodge liM IIIHIIIIK'T. ! From Pnividcm-e. we hear Ileniy .. mwiml of the utfvoral.l,-i,", t wi" n,,t "I""'1" ' condition of the weather, t lion Iium j"'!.'!','11' ,, n v. ryliithiortivity here among ; (''M(her (i.ii.puny an; ex- il. i., mmi iiirimiim I ik fr,,,.. i" " """" "n i ' ti ....lit! f .. 1 '. ""'' definite has In n done. Ill) ! nuiMHi mv mi. h timt tin U ilium) in bio dry t tr ttfrin ami liitvii-w Iji uA l,k.. f. rik their jihlitnii-nt n the! , N'"" Fla,mr' ' uri rianary, who nsnlcil uUttit REAL DAUGHTER OF REVOLUTION Aged Woman, Whose Father Fought Under Washington. Expires. Mrs. Carl Flanary Dead. 'K' t ...

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. — 2 December 1904

4-m4J4W''M-4, in quantity. Will, to say we wit WHAT A MONSTER BY THE "DEVIL," 'Twna Thanksgiving Day. We did not g't a holdiday localise it wax publication day, but I didn't cure, for I had a aplendid appetite. rel . . ... 1. 4 1.... ) T I,-... ii.im-i.k-k m u.k ..mr ...... . wc UIlit(.(i around fully wended my way toward me lxiardii)g house with visionn of tur key, cranlierry wince and pumpkin lui (looting licfore me. I ftiw in my imagination a largo turkey with up and talked would be using brevity. Incident after incident was recalled that happened more than 40 years ago; were In th sad and joyous. At a late hour in the night we were reminded of the (Jiver of all good and perfect gifts, and by request of the good woman the family alter i to give thanks to Him w ho had j preserved our lives for these long years. Next morning I J AN OPOSSUM MULE xi . Ak-I 1" bAMUldiic. Lint jr I A CRITTENDEN WONDER ! '''' We have often heard farmers in this section proudly loat of their unexcelled o...

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. — 2 December 1904

VERMONT " DamaOe I False Arrest. I l'"'l""ili, Kv., Nov. iii. Sain Lector. T.k.Ac.lo Jlavins Aiicrr.cy General. ' Au,ii, f ,)lllr(1 W!IK,)Mi f()r ,). He ayn he wiih working t Fifth am! limudway AugtiHt 2'), 1'"M. when defendant arreted I'iin, and (apt. Wood that iiiKl,t took him to Marion, Ky., on nome charge of which In, wan atiiittc. Mi' im ask i'iiiiiK'iiHatiuii fur in jury to character hy reason of fulno iiiiiriNiiiinnt. Shut that Statu wan ineorjMirateil , rinoiit lam worried along very . .mifiirlalily without any attorney. j.. ii, r:tl "II lier pay mil. Recently, li.iivvir, event1 Imve traiixpirc.l nlih Ii "tiencd therycHof the thrifty ilrnii Mountain leginhitorH to a r, ili.itioii nf their Jieiiiiy wine, inn " iiiry. j A Costly Mis'akei. Vermont, like other State, had' :l , l.uiii ,iguint tlm government f.,r j ,;,,"", r nr.' """ictim,. vrry-vx- led durmif tl. ,.r .,f ! " '"' ' """M'lmlly life itnelf I 5f T7 T7 TIC Tl I mo way f f (Goods! I,,,,,,, y t-X M-(Hli ill, r. I llion....

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. — 2 December 1904

N M O ?ss A Suit cr an Overcoat just SR Hiring -.. kn fnnnfl IU UXUllg Ull 1UU11U among the Yandell -Gvgen- hp'xm rnmnnnvClftthe.;. No matter what you want No matter how iittlc price You're willing to pay, it's here te WE FIT AND SATISFY Z The. Srout Man The Slim Man A Regular Man A Young Man And the Boy COLORED DRESS 50c. all wool Dress Goods for 35c. 75c. all wool Cloth for 50c. 25c. Dress Coods 18c. 40c White Mercerized Waistings 20 They arc Good for you to see. None like them. Jackets and Furs. See our Great Stock and you will find what you want. Comparison is the true test ol Values, 5g We court it on every sale. Mens Overcoats $3.50 to $18 YOU HAVE NOT SEEN Sg tn C1 Sft a tin THFNFW HATS AND sfo CAPS until you have fS seen ours. Right on Shoes. None Better. None Cheaper p Wear 5noes tnat arc Good Ones. t Walk Over Shoei for Men. Queen Quality Shoes for Women. GOODS BARGAINS Doys Overcoats $1.50 to $10 $3.75 buys an all-wool Suit worth $5.50 to $10.00 They are here lor you We m...

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. — 2 December 1904

fa 1 rati gNt .3 THERE IS BUT ONE WAY TO SAVE MONEY IN BUYING THAT IS TO BUY THE BEST QUALITY AT THE LOWEST PRICE AND THIS IS THE WAY WE SAVE YOU MONEY. " fl fl trt f!i? f Pfr ill J JSfc IHKKS U 9JSUU U C5 15 r fa is M I v IE r fa ? Overcoats ! Mens and Boys Suits All New and Vp-to-Datc and the Prices Reduced vntil you will buy if you will examine the line. W. L. Douglas Shoes Lead them all in Style, Comfort and Service. "Radclffle" and "Fad" for Women and a Complete Line of School Shoes for Boys and Girls. Dress Goods and Waistings CloaKs, JacKets and Furs. Hats, Caps and Gloves, Underwear and Hosiery. "Lion Brand" Shirts and Collars. Si A Pleasure to Please. TAYLOR & CANNAN LOCAL BREVITIES. K J. Motrin, I Outlet, M.iriun. Il.li.lav fruit .iiii.I..-. mi.I nut. I: 11 I '" f '"'- Momlay to Mr.. I". I). Maiw.ll left Monday IIi-v. Jax. .it C...hi r'x. W. II. Maim. ( I, -1.1, t"n Tn.-Liy. .hi" (irilhth, of u-l.iiri;, m i ni t.iwu Tnfl.i.v. of Frame., I!. J. M'.rri.. IVnti.t, Marion....

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. — 2 December 1904

i To Uncle Harvey Travis. BY 0. You rlcar old llarvu whom we love so woll, If wo the hnlf of all our love should tell. You would grow red, as was that famous row Of York which Mushed, as every jxiet knows, To I.mruriter on some some soft lmsom's swell. Ami that would not le right and lit; for you To York's white rose have ever leen as true As saints to (Sod have worn it in your heart, Have made its whiteness of your soul a part, Fresh as that rose impearled with morning's dew. We like to have you round; we like to see That orown of glory which so jauntily You wear, as if already you had Wen Promoted, and the hlessed things hail seen Which at life's best, we know are sure to In1. We like your shining face; it docs us good To see it licam; it makes our lazy blood Move faster, and our quickened hearts expand; And, when you hold us by your mighty hand, Some doubtful things are Mter understood. How is it Harvey? We who strive with you Some noble work for (Sod and man to do, We avow, we f...

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. — 2 December 1904

rr . 1; O0C A a 30 Ihe Crittenden RECORD The Up-to-Datc Western KcntucKy Newspaper A It contains all the U'st General news and all the Iocal news in Crittenden and Livingston counties. It is read in the home I'vcrywhere. If you are not a subscriU'r already, suh scriU now. $1. Goincj at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick and Choice of the Best Journals Will be Found in Our Clubbing List. We will send Tiik Ckittfn- 1KS Hkcokd and either of the following journals U.th onf. YKAUjfr price named: Tiir I 'in n i M'i Hi- "lit. i'l Ciin inn ill " i I'mpi r r ! a.ii..iII.- Il.r.l l I M lnn ItM. .n,. t .1 I 7"i I 'lit it r .I'-urn il I WtikU Ni-liil!t in rit M t Or wo will M ini Tiik.Kkcouii and the Weekly Kmjuirer, lxth, and cither of the following journals onf. n:.u for price named: Tin' I n in tin r l-lif' 'tttul,ir M ir iin Vi.k'. Fl-ril M.hM !!- K.ni'c l"ity M ir Ciriii"ttii.iii M ijr liiut i ilii.i r.irtiH r National Mi kn. in .m l F.tnntr I'm ilt r i.i lit S itjit itii' Ann rit .in Aim rit .in...

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. — 2 December 1904

LOCAL NEWS. LEVIAS. James Minner and family, of Green's Ferry, visited friends and relatives here last Saturday and Sunday. Bailey George ami daughter, of Hurricane, visited relatives here Sunday. Rob White and Cotton Patch are now on the run. The hunters are abroad in the land. Carson and Colin Franklin and Buck Davidson are visiting the World's Fair. Jasp:r Franklin and his force moved from the river Saturday, having finished gathering his large crop of corn on the Croft place. W. S. Paris and family, of Tolu, visited here Sunday. Prof. C. M. Barnes and wife, of Eureka Springs., Ark., visited rela tives here last week. They treated their friends to some excellent mu ac while in the neighborhood. Miss Joy IaRue and Master Bob visited in Salem Sunday. Miss Ethel Price is visiting rela tives in Tolu this week. Jake Farria, Jr., of Salem, was here Sunday. Mrs. Alice Hughes and children and Mrs. Martha Franks and chil dren are seeing the sights in St. Louis. 8. L. King is moving from t...

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. — 9 December 1904

VCLL'ME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 19C4. NUMBER 22. i i i COMMERCIAL CLUB CHRONICLE C. M. WmraiOVSE, Chairman Prcu Committee FOR ASSESSOR Anthony Davidson Asks For the! Republican Nomination. 1 Teachers' Trainfnd Cla vlt COMMERCIAL CLUB PERSONNEL ituuucra i raining uass y j BY REV. JAH. K. THICK i J W itliin a month fi'iiin Ihe Inn,. l!,.- -Illijcit W as first hroiuhld of iliiIHK H Cnililllcreial ('lull f.ir ii I I. : I: . . . 'I I' "mmiiuk Ol-ll 11 1 n call III i In another coluiiiii in ! I 1 In- Sunday school Il eitis fur (lie ' X first six tltotltllH of I'M).", ui .' J . . . . . i. .. f. . .i , this issue laneii iroin i in ,osicl ill .John. III ilr.tio will also ! answered, f I'llli l'Cl , N''' Al iKMiiHvincnt of Joseph Anthony "'Ihki! teachers with tin- ( 2oh1 of very movement iiiuiiKUiMt.Ml ' ''"villain, of I'ninn iirn inct, who " iiml tn correlate it with tin we irr nt to our millers the mi- ' "nlrr to familiarize the Sunday i ! 1 THOMAS H. COC...

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. — 9 December 1904

pa tbnristmas UMV$ We arc Offering the People of Crittenden County an Opportunity not Often Given, jfe which enables them to buy Winter Dry Goods at a Greatly Reduced Price, and it's atgg a time when the goods are in demand. Everyone knows that our stock is new andfc; and up-to-date and our values are the best to be obtained anywhere. l ife n Ar.r.niint nf gttr RmnVI Sale! i 1 ::; :-?:::;; :: ::: : : . : i ' '' ' :!:':! Come in to see us and we will save you money on anything in Dry Goods, Clothing J; Dress Goods, Waistings, Shoes, Notions or anything in our great stock. jj fion' Pickens & CavenderJ KENTUCKY I i ! tilled xvincti are produced in C'nli- kkiimatki i.iijiom oi ti-it. ' font in nnl in tin- grain- Mt xvhi h The total production of I . cr and extend ncros Northern Ohio and other fermented li.u.r in the t'uit- jNi-w Wk, and them- I.M-alitic statin in l'.HII kjw l;XM,l-V. ; ho heard from whenever tho Coin-1 Mirr,.s f which Kentucky' chare Surpassed Only by Illinois in ni...

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. — 9 December 1904

I OUD CURIOSITY SHOP l f RKI.1CS WORTHY OP NOTIf'K T, M W IjiI.'iii'. linilur l.i.v... t. ... Ilir.iiil Itlnw iV Co., of l';i.ti,-ai, l.i-l Saturday drought to thin olli.. dtc i'f ill'' imt rrumrkuh .i..-j. in. ii- i f fin historic liuinliwoik that h, luivi- i vt r ncrn. It uiiM mi In. ii. in tunning t''l il' lli-ching klilff, Willi "liil It till' lllfk'Hll,W -i i I lln' lli-eli from thr li i. I k i 1 for.-tunning, win niil'lc of htuiic ni l w.i i'1'iiaiiii'iil.'il w ith tin-pic-hip 'i'f ii li'li, a raiHM', nmnor' p i Ml''. I'T Ulir. It 1 1 I llllntlllT llihiu i, -. iiiI'Iiiik a turp i, wliirh w, r,. pill linn- I'V nhiic iiiuiH now , l.i-i-.l ntimriK tin- ili ail uitx. 'I I,,. ,1, - w.-rr neither Hiiiiii i nee I.. ... i'i .Muni, miii were 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 - iiiNicrii .)! . I" ing darker rolor than tin- -I triiT. TIh'.v looked an iftln.v had, I'V wniic unk n n III. tli"'l, Ixi ll I'lirili'il intii til- Htoe, .in ih'li lililr, llll elfort In l -flare i'i-in with .inl i(-r hring of iih , ...

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. — 9 December 1904

JWattOrtaW & I IF. AM'T UB1 11 Y1 4. .-,..." fr't : : ., .. 3. RiOMEY! i I vj ft fa J3 wmR Unless you are in buying what economize right, saving The chance of all what you should. to be right and save your It is a chance worth the dollars, looking in sure that you are you want. Right in what you want. DRESS GOODS, DRY GOODS, SILKS. The Lowest Price there is Besides our Big Stock to Select From! Right into to Your Clothes Wants Supplied Here I Mens Suits from $Lr0 up Hoys Suits from $l.r(l up Mens Overcoats 3.75 up ' Hovs Overcoats l.r.(l up Childrens " 1.25 up Anil every price will save vovi money. U will pay yov to sec us. Nobby Suits for Men and Boys Christmas Special Bargains in Umbrellas lor Ladies and Men. Fancy Handles A Nice Present. Neckwear, Fine Fine Towels, Rugs. Handkcrchiels. Liiu-n, 11 v t 1 t, S a J 'ii a SI 1 Shoe Bargains! As good as ever were We can shoe yov with Ihc best ones lor wear. S!yle and Prices 30 Uijcthcr. Walk-Over Shoes Queen Qvalily Shoes Yandell G...

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. — 9 December 1904

- - -. . iiiCk . . . iv w . v ri nan h ir 1 W?L1I fl I B crif I lb u tun n a S.jy h tn I OVERCOATS ANn QiiiTQ miict dc Cftl r IMC ADC MAT TUT Lfikirt -r a in ri w "Jg OVER GOODS FROM ONE SEASON TO ANOTHER. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A 'Jfl BARGAIN YOU CAN FIND IT HERE. 1 jx Z?. UUr line OI UvercnnK -.nri iv; Suits arc up-to-date, New and ! '"Snappy" and at Prices that will sell them il you will only inspect them. hl s dim Ho Trouble ? r , to Dress Goods and Waistings JacKets, Caps and Furs New Line of Rugs NccKwcar, Latest Styles Underwear and Hosiery. "Lion Brand" Shirts a Collars Holiday Handkerchiefs Fascinators House Slippers Lew line of Suspenders Felt Shoes for Children W. L. Douglas Shoes for Men. The Best Shoes made S$ for $3.00 and $3.50 and much better than many others that are sold for more money. AND A Pleasure to Please. TAYL OR I-Vi Show Goods i'v ftWftW'' C ANNAN. I LOCAL BREVITIES. i: .i l. i.ii-t, in.. i, nf Iri, 11,11. .,. I M-m-. M U ,11.. r l.-i.l.u. I I uv.ill r-' u...

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. — 9 December 1904

l!: 1 i ? ) i n i" 1 1, V i n ,? UNCLE SAM Will Give waLfrg?st Distribution of Seeds Ever Made. BLACKFORD. tho In Memoriam. rail til 11 . t i iw uenui angei naa ngum vi.su.hi rrotn(l.to,i nilHling our community and nnnthcr homefir,t Sun(.,v in ixMviiiln.r. is niiulo mid and lonely. Mnirino. dmiL'hter of I.nwis Duughtrey nn.l wife, wn 1,-rn Nov. jtrl"'tiw '""" lu'r,! Sun,,,,-V- 111, lsTli, nnd died Nov. 2N, HM)1, Iniitkini; her 2H years of mii .n. I a . . I I niciuigeM minim. eongresMonm ; y 1)trn ,.(llltill(,i tl, M-r InhI tin ry nml A.i.Iv VniiKlin TOl UNn"ml"" T m". ".y greater part of the tin..' for tin- past Vncle San, was l,eKun last wcek,,tvV() ymr ,mvil)(? lut (lis. ay tho Washington Star. Within , ,,,,,,;. the next three or four months over , Although sulWing g.vatly, slu 1,10 torn, of garden, llower and (m,v,,r eomplaincd, ,ut W)W nlwav,. field dswdllxMhstrihut,,! among I I)ilti(,ntll1(l ,.,lwrfulf wiUl ft killt, the people of ,.wry state nn.l terri-! ,, ft Mnil(l for s,(, ...

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. — 9 December 1904

ft Die Crittenden: RECORD The Up-to-Date Western KcntucK Newspaper It contains all the lx?st General news and all the Ical news in Crittenden a n d Livingston counties. It is read in the home everywhere.- If you are not a subscriU-r already, sub scril)0 now. $1. Going at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick and Choici of the Best Journals Will bt Found in Our Clubbing List. We will send TlIK ClUTTKS- IKN Kmltland either of the following journals lxth oNK YKAKfor price named: Tin i ini mix Hi-"i i" ill. t un iiiii.iti I kl I i cri' r ?l ini ,...,-i.!!. II.mII 1 M hdii li.. I. 1 i . - t.t I Ti "hi i. r J'-urii .1 I ."i W. lh Vi-!i.il. Vim ri .in I Or we will send TllKUl.col'l and the Wtvkly Kinuirer, Mli, and either of the following journals osv. mil for price named: Tin- t'oiiiiin'iH r 1 !n ' Vi'il.ir M i: i n . Vn k' Hm.il M.ik'tiiM k.tn-.i ii M ir I '..-in. .. lit. in M n; iiim I il.i.i I'.iriM. r N.ltll.tl M- kin. Ill .ll:'l I .ill' llnvtli r .! O. S it ill ili. Aim ri. in Ann ri .in !i" I...

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. — 9 December 1904

iThe Cash Store ! IThe Cash Store! : We will save yov some i money on every pur i chase. Note the Prices i low to .ve You'll count yourself Fortunate if you note the Values Offered here Money for Christmas tftrr to -t n ym. ym. m vm.yt. in-. j j. u. 1 1-1 rj m mu n. ua. .n a ai-wax umn jun ui n n x xitr ni Mens and Boys Overcoats Cheaper Than Was Ever Known Before. Ladies up-to-date Dress Patterns are going at Great Bargains. The Latest Style of Goods and Latest Style of Colors. The Cheapest Price ever offered in the town of Marion. We can save you from 10 to 20 per cent on every dollars worth of goods bought from us. WE CAN SELL CHEAP BECAUSE WE SELL FOR CASH. We offer Great Bargains in our Line of Ladies and Childrens Cloaks and Jackets. This line of goods we are Closing Out and be sure to get our prices before making a purchase. The Cheapest Line of Notions and Fur nishing Goods for Ladies, Cents and Children ever offered. We appreciate your call whether you buy or not. Get our C...

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. — 16 December 1904

mdEH ttwtA. VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDY, DICEMBER 16, 1904. NUMBER 23. 3R at MINING EVENTS V In-forr, we rail tin: liettcr liiki' ran1 of future iijumrtuiiiticN. We hum t nnri' awaken to the PROF. J. E. WRIGHT New Veins An Beinj Opened md ,1,"l''v,l"I,''l advantage -f Comment! Favorably on Crittenden Improved Machinery Installed. m' fUl'U M !" "'"I County Commercial Club. im(iiw. i lliliikniK IiiiihI are apparent (in! ( every hand, ami l.y a niiliziiiK " n-c th.-ir I'XiMcnii! ami worth i w -hall nap Nime of the In-iicuI-; who i lit present aiciatcl with ttim h i.y nulit i.t prmr knowl.dgrlti,,. Hatf ( ieologieal Survey con, trict. When ! drove mt over tin district tin! first thing that attracted my attention wai the hail cumli ti'rtm of thy county roln, and, of course, thin is tins Iir.it impression ni-i'ivril hv every wrosim-tivc in- Ivest.tr that conn s into this district." fr..f. J. K. Wriirht.of lmisvillc. i "Tin: SUM! .illogical iVp-'rtnu -ut ninl all p...

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. — 16 December 1904

1- I l -IT 1 I: ..t Vi I V I i i i' ; t I- w . v . .1. A w- ..... f . - , . !.' '. ' ! . PARLOR SUITS A handsome three-piece Suite, made of solid mahogany, hand made, nicely polished and finished, worth $75.00. Our price for the three pieces only $50.00 r n 'S-T i Beautiful Bed Room Suits Large Assortment of New Designs Prices from $15.00 to $60.00 New Home Sewing Machines ! There is no need of paying agents from $35.00 to $60.00 for a Sew ing Machine when you can buy a New Home from us for $20 to $25 with an absolute guarantee for five years. SEE THE NEW HOME BEFORE YOU PURCHASE! FUStNlTUlt FOR CHRISTMAS BUYERS. What Shall It Be? YOUR Christmas Gift to him- to her to them? Something beautiful, of course; something useful, if consistent; something that will outlive the day and the season; something that not only the recipient but the giver and the entire family may enjoy --what else, indeed, but something for the home A PIECE OF FURNITURE. These are but a very small proportion of th...

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. — 16 December 1904

A WESTERN TRIP fanner short of water fartht r out. J.yi'i another thniR. Tin- farmers ! living In low fiirniH tlint lit; in touch "I'll till- canal v Uithi'lr'l ith Capitalists Own Land and Immirj-anls wan r, ami ymi n o w hile . ''" '"'igalinii -vMcin in Mire shot mum nun mr ndiiKj. . i 1 , I'T a crop it causes a nt of eiiiifus-' ; among the people. Anil as to! I" .villi n r ,hti' nf ililT. nut pi-ml-; li, ar iMtt.ir: Ah I haw Im, h , n u nf that ntati-, it hiiw turn mis.1 ,-ki l I'V " nifiny to ti ll theni i'iul,.i ,v Niiiii-. i .in,,, thing aimiit inv w. -1. rn ti ip, TTTT ,1,1 h.ivr pit' 'M 'IT, lis I ill, III t p I, ivc tlllir W lii'll llrkiit. W ill a-k :il.,ut jlN) . .ii tn allow mic Hpiuv in ynur val- i al-.iit ilti.'i. i mh r to give a simple i-talt tniniil t tmiH ,,f i,f;i!f;1 tn Ik a I average crop. Ilnpi hung h r ai'fr, cn-t St Jt' n nig ! t s'm'!'K-'SH''i' . T t' 'i 0 Tl Goo JnloiKBay Potatoes were tiUiut l"iiH fnr an average crop. 1 " ,,t nf in.v trip. Would have; I ra...

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. — 16 December 1904

& A TV If A OF BAR u FOR LATE FALL SHOPPERS 1 i i afa. 2 NLY the best is good enough, and trve to ovr policy wc arc still giving the best lor the least money. Wc have made tremendovs triumphs in trade by selling satisfaction with every purchase made ol vs, and ovr cllorts are more and more appreciated. We have the real necessities ot lile at real necessity prices; full valve lor every penny is given; we have no bah bvt quality, and merit ovr big trade by keeping goods the people want at the prices they want to pay; they get the values, we get the business. Ovr pleased customers please us, bit wc are always reaching ovt lor more customers. We want yovr trade, but not vnless wc can give yov as mveh and more than yov can get elsewhere lor your money. Doing beats promising; we'd liKc to prove to particular bvycrs that we are interested in ovr cvstomers to the extent that we save them money. na seK t ii r nx I i 1 II I I Cbe Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. JAS. L CWTTEKBCM, Publish...

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