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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

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Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

tan n nMHWI FOR WOMEN. Ever thing that will satisfy their desire from the brated Range. Enamel ware, silver ware: carving sets and evervthing that makes cooking easy. u iir"a? HHH ifJli I m U v:?ri! V , iS.Imk. II s jT 1 i - - J --- -T- ag, 1 Ai rMui . 1 aiiiivow fWBSSSw' "f 1 THE WITH CURVE FENCE A Do you know what that means? The "Tension Curve" is a necessity to a good fence, giving it elastic-it and every contraction due to cold or expansion due to heat or sudden and severe pressure is promptly taken care of. the fence remaining in normal position at all times and under all circumtances. The Ameiican Fence is the most popular fence on the market, and its many advantages over inferior wire fences makes it the cheapest. It is hog and pig tight, horse and mule high and bull strength. Any good improvement adds to the value of the farm, and nothing more than the American Fence adds to the beaut. thereof. Good fences and lots of them gialongwn toward solving the question of bigger pro...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

-7 t?$5w" -- " ' T"? TT EASTER EDITION 7 ffjcuftm jejf0f& i . 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, March, 24 fJIO MU.MBEK 47 K t It n v d R. tl GOOD CITIZEN SUDDENLY! GALLED, Dr. J. 0. Ilixnn litos ni Henri Failure .Onu ul KunliiKhy's ist iiinnl KUMBhRED HIS FRIEM1S BV HIS ACQUAINTANCES. On last Wednesday afternoon, iMarch 16. at about 4-.:K) o'clock the great and noble heart of Dr. J. 0. Dixon ceased to beat and his soul took its flight for Eternity. The news of his sudden death was such a shock to the people here, who were all his friends, that they could but stare in horror at the thought that one so loved and that but a half hour previous had made a visit to one of his patients, could now be dead. But it was only too true and today the people of Marion and Crittenden county mourn for one of the purest and best men they have known. He had just started home a few minutes before his death, presumably with the knowledge that God had called on him to surrender his great life a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

-;-, ' 1 .""-"-' f Our Big Spring Opening PROVES A GREAT SUCCESS r N 7 ft. There is No better Line ''.- 4" Miss Trenary has Charge of the Mill inery Department Bargains in White goods Lingerie Cloth 15 to 25c Very sheer, specially adapted to ladies fine underwear. Nainsook 10 to 25c per yard, specially nice for shirtwaist acd summer dresses for Ladies and Misses. The New Frabic, "FLAXDN" at 25c yd. Permanent linen thread finish, has all the merits of linen laun and double the durability. Wash Fabrics Bolts of long cloth I.20 to $3 a piece Galaa Cloth 18c yd Specially adapted to Chilnrens school dresses and small blouse Suits.' Shirting Madras and Percals 10 and I5c. Ginghams 10 to 25c per yard. Brown Linen 15 to 25cts per yard. White Linen 25c to $1.00. Persian Lawns Nainsook India Linen 15 to 20cts Linarie is the ideal fabric for summer dresses and children's frocks, does not become Bedspreads 89c; 42 Pillow Tubing 20c per yd; 22 PillowTubing 17c Per yd; Hope Bieach 10c yd; Bed Tic...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

i r ir.T'jtfff ' $? "if?-'' "to" 'irn ' wMit)MMibMmMHoMmmif)MMm(b(6MmMm(bMiom0 . !" 1 Wfo. rf.? ?... Marion Milling Company s THIRD DAV. March 31. Commonwealth vs W. E. Smith forgery. Same vs James Hearin. man slaughter FOURTH DAY. Commonwealth vs E. Crider. Elmer' Braswell, CharlieDillard. banding together. Same vs G. R. Cook, C. C. D. W. Same vs L. 0. Elder, petty larceny Same vs J A Sullenger, obtaining money Same vs Jimmie Ford, petit larceny. Same vs Forest Asher and Sophia Asher Same vs T. P. Woolsey. procuring liquor for minor. Same vs Earl Crider, B. of P. Same vs Alex Johnson. C. C. D. W. Same vs T. Lynn and Ray Hoover, disturbing worship. Same vs Charlie Roberts, trespass. Same vs Hub Hanby, drawing D. W. on another. Same vs Jim Fritz, A and B. Same vs Taylor Linsey &c, gaming. Same vs L. O. Elder, cutting timber. FIFTH DAY, March 2.".. Commonwealth vs Ock Peek &c, banding together. Appearance Equity b'uckm, J. M. Campbell vs M. K Gordon &e. I. H. Clement vs W....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

' r .Vii -n i f.'rii)!J r PStfqrWit.VPiR's sa SMT'i v.i gj jiHiyii MiHps Tt 1 .IV I Tv2S Wv 1Z?I SPRING NEWEST OFFERINGS r II FINE CLOTHING ;1 . ! T ! he Swellest Suits of the Season Are Here M r ., -? V4D I 'TTIV v- T7P a ia ' J?S w M f C-Vi "1 . :, g 1 k . W x'n ' -V . l , Y -X- J. i .. T3 v--i X 'ft:tv A? '. v . 1 - i-' ir SVS.i" '? 1 . --; . , .1 V. i0,". tf e Hi & i'- C ".r" It... y vi !sVH - - -J !S im V jry a . : . w y.a fmjm& 4 I 3U VJ .rii ;S & 0 YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Smart and Nobby-Cut on the Newest Models, Showing the New Style Clothes Patterns to Suit all Taste-The Coats are Right The Pants Match Them. Best of Clothes Newest Colorings At the Saving Price. BOYS CLOTHES Made like the all the New Clothes and Colorings Mothers buy your boys suits from us and he will be dressed right and you'll save money Men's and Boys Hats and Furnishings In all the Right Styles and Fads -Collars- Shirts TO Suit and Fit All Our We Spring !.. . ' l' FOOTWEAR Stock is B Here g Stick ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

I k t .J T ft - H. D. Wolfin of Salem, attended court here Monday. A. is. iUcAlaster ot irma. wasi in town Monday. H. C. Love of near Salem, was in Marion Monday. .1. E. Ham by of Dyeusburg, was in town Monday. James Travis of Iron Hill, was in town Monday. P. C. Moore of Sheridan, was in Marion Monday. J. C. and Ewell Hardin of Irma, was in town Tuesday D. E. Patton, druggist of Marion Monday. Hon. P. B. Miller of Morgan-field, attended circuit court here this week. Wm. Marble, a prominent attorney of Paducah, is here this week in several cases. A. Pope has returned from a visit to many points ot note in Tennessee. Miss Freda Pickens, one of the most popular young ladies of our town, has accepted the position as cashier in the new grocery firm of the Weldon-Hina Grocery Company. Mr. W. N. Russell, Supt, of of the Albany Mines, has treated himself and Mrs. Russell to a fine horse and new buy. LOST Memorandum book Containing expense accounts of J. M. Leonard. Return., to Crittenden H...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

The GrA From the Effete East By AftTHUR DENSM0R2 1909. by Atnericin Prci ABIUXUTO.N eninjiletliiB OE his tirst year of practice vvheu Theodore Tuppi'iiliclm nrrtu'd In Kuiu Kiev Mr. Mr. beiui was selling stocU in the Charitable i Gold Mining eonipauy at ' cent-1 per shale, price to udv.iino to 10 cent at the end of thirty dn.v -. Incidentally he ' found time to filter In Harrington's boom the spirit ol discontent which I ten umnthx fruitless wa, I iui. for J bud engendered. If he were a clever, ' clean cut .'HiUK man lll.e Burrlimton, did Burrhiu'tou know wh.it he'd doV Muve vvcs.1. lie wouldn't fritter away ' hK time In a New liii.d liamlet where people looked down oh .1 lellow jut bciauo they'd knowu I liim all hN Hie and eottld icuicnihcr win i he a Hit lo sdmvii ii ml went w ili patches mi liK troucr.. No. ir. He'd miller to;:cfhiT hi-, earthly i jk.nv .-Luis and take the train , f r i lit titiii h. Nov. Tliere the c ii i iir town; there hi.v the ' turn for .-in nlilo young man ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

Bt. 1 f 'V A XXXXKXXXXX:XXXXXX20CXMXXXH I l? (si Hardin Bros. SUCCESSOR TO R. H. K Keep a general Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Good Meats, Good Lard, Good Coffee and the Best and Cleanest HENRY & HENRY BUILDERS OF ARTISTIC MEMORIALS IN MARBLE- GRANITE AND STONE, o WE-ERECT -WORK- -ANY. WHERE. PRICES ALWAYS LOWEST FOR HIGH GRADE WORK We solicit an opportunity to call on you, with our designs and samples. WRITE FOR PRICES. Concrete Bid g, VI arin, Ky. x X X X Meat Market in the County x All orders Filled and Delivered With Prompt- J? ness and accuracy X We mean to merit a liberal patronage at 2 your hand by keeping a fresh clean stock of X Goods jnd by fair dealing and Good Treat JJ ft ment. ft HARDIN BROS, g :; Salem Street, Marion, Ky. g XXXXKXUKXXIKKSftSKKJWSSKXWSOtXJS 0 FRANKf ORT LEHER CI TAINS INTERESING NEWS Written By Our Worthy Representative, Marion F. Pope, Who Works For The Inrerests Of Hi's Constituent. DELAYED FROM LAST WEEK Frankfort, Ky., March 12, 1910. IDe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

Free Sample t V t c t 1 1 c f 1 tt Aids Old Men The sudden change from years of activity of both body and mind to the quiet of later years causes the human system to undergo many changes, chief of which is in the digestive organs. It becomes harder and harc' - the bowels to move promptly .. ' r y and in consequenco many clderl n.tn suffer not onlv from the basic touble. con- . . Klln.lttnn Jill mm (.?t....il - t belching, sour stomach, drcmsinosc after i O 1-4 acres more Or IeSS. u.u rjiuiar annojancc Sheriff Sale's. 1 In .I... n """"-.... "V" : i o m 'i uii um':t.irT o Keep me bov els open and then to tone the dlcestivc i ii.cles st us to Kct tnim to arraln do thilr v. naturally A intent cathartic or pui Is not only unnecessary bi ' 1-Xul. and s mcthinj? n.lld will do t'.e -k Ju t as will After ou ia - cot expor n with silts Ml rli and v u s of ar.ous Kirj. ir I hive becomp a need t it thev ilo o: v um;orarv pood at best ' n try It. Caldwell's Svrup rcr!" a n d. sentlo. la .live I ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

Its- ft (bPl .2 S - ORME'S DRUG STORE We keep for our large trade, fresh, clean up-to date goods in every line and keep the largest varied sfock to select from in all this end of the state. My show cases are full of the completest line to be found anywhere and then too of that that pays you to buy. The best you know is always the cheapest. Come in when you come to Marion and look at this big line and if you fail to see what you want, call for it as it is impossible in such a stock to exhibit everything. Our goods are good and our prices right, and we ask that you come end look fcr yourself. MASURY'S PAINTS The season of all seasons, Spring, is the time for building, repairing and beautifying the home and to do this you need to use the best paint on the market. We have it. It is Masury's. It goes further, lasts longer and looks better than any paint known. The best painters know Matury's to be the best for every reason. You can buy it in any color and quantity you need. We keep every...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

1 c i i1 ; ; y M WASHIRIiTON LETTER. Washington. D. C .March 22. (Special) Not in a generation have there been enacted such scenes as characterized the stern and unyielding tight against Speaker Cannon as were witnessed in the House of on Thursda.N and Friday of hist week. Through a coalition of inurging republicans and democrats the power of the Speaker, as a member of the "'Steering Committee." as the committee of rules has come to Ik called, was curtailed and the committee enlarged to ten six republicans and four democrats. Never in the histor of the nldtM newspaper man in Wahington has there Iieen seen o tene a situation and so trauirht with deep significance as the fight which the "Old Guard" put up. against the reformers in the republican party aided and aliened by the democrats who saw in the movement to dethrone the "Inn Duke of Illinois" from his over and prestige political advantage of the highest order. Fighting like a Spartan of old. with his henchmen round aliout him. C...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

m. , ;'s i - tj J v:- -. Jftyk1 VrHH - JiJAHTJER j Ljgk mom 0f& 4 '" l. V5. j T' MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, March, 24 1910 WT . . ,TF WM 3J. W. ailur. JJrrniftrui, am (fimjiriilirim. II. Jt. 31. If. tliainVu. 1. M. marion Sank! ??utfilil t ultiN titur' 4", & 31. yumVU, (Cnuliipr. I). ilhuiftn. Amit, (Cunlprr fflapital jrtiirk, Surplus an flnfrtis 6WUUUU1 Slr (Olftnit Sauk hi the fflmtutii - iJrnmpi auh faithful Aiinitum hi all tlliismnis Eutrustrft ' ,"i i if' nt ; J 4 jfe; L' T, DIRECTORS: Vs5L K i. B.fcS. Nl'NN, V N. A. IIAYNKS, v. .i. nunc gssHwa &' Ttf'fc' t rwV h ,:, tt:&k ,& ? t mmm Va r3 !&,. vw. KWMl k m T 1 V N t WK m x,mv m 9 a aT: K91 XnjriEnSflNlfY A . - ) ,$$?$ Bbrftt... MS laOEI ' --.. ?sK.ir y W .?i' K V v il , ..T k ; E-&T'-JU 1 ST ' ve.J KS mm s. , . j r ? :i t jci jT0.. IKKB .VT : n. i ' ?", .J"f WijiiV s . jM ?;M3 PI'" A E&Ai&IW' ' T s "(wnl' 0? ., i . && HS p s ." ii i&HtS. -- EnBMMRR 3Hk2i&6. f. : ' y...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

.11 rf ?,- s o'i Ntr - ' wm.t,Jitt&r"'fflWr'mr '"w" r '?.! W- EASTER EDITION . g ,j Mttm nt . UTI7JN SOIII)ENLY!uWvi cook, t ,1M ,. iConnell. Hon. J no W. I li Al I.I.II. 'i iiii'.s ill lliiiirl fiilluri! hi'iiiuthy's vinsi IMiv.slclittKS. .i'IS FHILMIS BV HIS , inesdny afternoon, alM.ut -1:30 o'clock .- I noble heart of Dr. ceased to beat and - '"' ftts oi ins sudden s uh a shock to the . r, Uio were all his . .it thev could but stare rr r t,i the thought that one i i ,i 1 that but a half hour . .i. made a visit to one y -. .mints, could now be I a .. .. 1 . S 4 aM . I, I , i h itn wiii iuu u lit kI.i 'he people of Marion i r "eden county mourn for f e jMirest and le.st men '.i e Known. oul rever took if flight he entered his home, ex- bm ng to his wife that he was Irg ami with her tender help ilcAn on his bed us the Inst left him. vt ' 0 Dixon wqr born in xnn In 2f. 18C1 and was wunth in his fifieth year, III. Ormeand II. K. Woods. MIlICi: 10 TIIIUCCO liHOMRS; We will begin re...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

m " , I II B ft. I THE QUALITY HARDWARE OF THE PENNYRILE JJ THE WITH CURVE FENCE A Do you know what that means? The "Tension Curve" is a necessity to a good fence, giving it elasticity and every coutraction due to cold or expansion due to heat or sudden and severe pressure is promptly taken care of, the fence remaining in normal position at all times and under all circumstances. The American Fence is the most popular fence on the market, and its many advantages over inferior wire fences makes it the cheapest. It is hog and pig tight, horse and mule high and possesses bull strength. Any good improvement adds to the value of the farm, and nothing more than the American Fence adds to the beauty thereof. Good fences and lots of them go a long way toward solving the quetion of bigger profits, and in buying fences it pays to get the BEST. We handle every grade of this fence and you w dl always find the price right. VI PRICE SELLS OUR HARNESS. We have the fullest line of harness in Western...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

.VI .vi a r."i rr n jr -. 4f "? THE NEW DRESS.COODS The comprehensive and splendid scope of the present showinc out-rivals all previous displays Materials for Suits, Costumes, and Dresses for every occasion, are assembled here. You will be sure to find the most correct textures endorsed by fashion. Lovely, unique, new coloring in matchless variety. We want you to be here on March 18th and judge for yourself. t S fw Jjf'' rW " tm jrr ' 4 y Our Big Spring Opening PROVES A GREAT SUCCESS There is No better Line Miss Trenary has Charge of the Millinery Department Bargains in White goods Lingerie Cloth 15 to 25c Very sheer, specially adapted to ladies fine underwear. Nainsook 10 to 25c per yard, specially nice for shirt waist acd summer dresses for Ladies and Misses. The New Frabic, "FLAXDN" at 25c yd. Permanent linen thread finish, has all the merits of linen laun and double the durability. Wash Fabrics Bolts of long cloth I.20 to $3 a piece Galaa Cloth 18c yd Specially adapted to Chilnr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

s ' 'I I i ( U y HI ,1 ill COURT CON AppRarannn Equity liuckiit. t I'ImII vs M. K Gordon Ac. ' ' nil vs W. A. Powell Ac. "i Ashley vh J. II. Ashley. M i hrsney vs Dick MeChesney. ' .ill- v Shade VENED LAST MONDAY ing are the Gases to be Tried this Term of Court. . nil DAY. Murcli ftU ill. K. IJrarmm v Mark ttranum. ..,Ui W. II Smith for- .mi-, lltmritw man ilniiKhtur r"tRTH DAY. . .i,ih v B. Crlilir. Ktnuir vil OinrllcDHInnl, ' V"tllT. K (ok. C. C. I). V. i) Kliler, petty Inrcenjr olitnfnlntr money ' ' niinie Fori, petit larceny. Firt Asher and Sophia T I' Woolsey. procuring r for minor. I.trl t -ruler, H. of P. . x Johnson. C. C. I). W. I ynti and Kay Hoover, 'v worship. ' urlie Itoherts, tresiwss. " i'. llnnhy. dr.iwlng I). W. ' I'ritz. A and It. Tiulnr Linsey &c , gaming. I Elder, cutting timber. ' ir III DAY. .March aft. IniP it Ky. l-Tor Sinr & Loud Mining O. vs V. It. Trwrnho Sr. etc It. C. Mooro ot v Olivo Flanary et Ivn K. Wwten W. H. Wooten. Bessie lc vh John I!. Ir...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

plyi fcjS BOYS CLOTHES Made like the all the New Clothes and Colorings Mothers buy your boys suits from us and he will be dressed right and you'll save money Men's and Boys Hats and Furnishings j In all the Right Styles and Fads NecKwear Collars- Shirts TO Suit and Fit AH lVkr FOOTWEAR i ft Mo ifzaRjx r r Wlv ' t AND THE PRICEIS LOWER THAN YOU CAN GET GOOD SHOES ELSEWHERE V m ;. MpgnjNPW Ml 5f?5r i 1 SPRING NEWEST OFFERINGS 'IB 'Ml jSSff i K3x i m u M ryxr Z? - j . M I SC 1 iky I f& A- R . .. -4. ". W, . -J ' " . W3 , to V? ' r" I n FINE CLOTHING The Swellest Suits of the Season Are Here YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Smart and Nobby-Cut on the Newest Models, Showing the New Style Clothes Patterns to Suit all Taste-The Coats are Right The Pants Match Them. Best of Clothes Newest Colorings At the Saving Price. 9 Js Ladies Ties for Spring wear in PalcntS'Gunmct abThe snappy shoe for you-'We fit your iect. Men's shoes in all Leather SLIPPERS -'AND PUMPS FO GIRLS IM ALL LEATHER. SHOES AND LOWCUT...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

( ' jtivo of near Salom. was ' "Fi Monday. 1 ilamhy of Dycusbury. ' v, n Monday. i - Travis of Iron I Mil. wns 'i Monday. ' Moore of Sheridan, ' '""Fi Monday. 1 and Pwoll Hardin I .i was in town Tuesday. I K I'atton, a was i" iK'ist oi was in M .r ..? Monday. t Paducab, is here this i several cases. Pipe has returned from a - '" many points of note in M'C. l m1 has accepted the oilier in the new of the ''itnpany. W N. Russell, Supt, of bany Mines, has treate 1 ' and Mrs. Russell to a fine I now hirrey. ' Memorandum book g expense accounts of 'oimrd. Returij.to Crit- Hoteland receive reward. ' d Mrs. B. Stout were Mited with a fifteen pound lK) "fi the l)th at the home of flls 'outs parents at Erin, rtni Since Jearning of the Kjod ni ws the report comes that " little fellow died. ' drove, was in town Monday III., was in a Wnlfin of Snlum. attend- ,1. W. Cahagan of Weston, was lure Monday. in Marion Monday. McMastorof lima, was ,1. M. McCaslin of Cniyne, was Monday, tin Marion Monday....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

.., The Gid From the Effete East Br ARTHUR DENSMOR2 CapjnsM. 1909. by Amiiiun Pre Ac lociition . f f k was cotnpiellUK Bi.vui,iuju. I of practice wheu Theodore TupiH'tihcim arrived in Kuuckletillc Mr. helm was selling' mock hi the Charitable i Gold Mining company at ." cents per share, price to ndvnwe to 10 cent- at , the end of thirty days. Iiirldeutally be ' fouud time to footer In Harrington's j bosom the spirit ol discontent which ten mopths' fruitless waiting fur clients ; had eiiKeiidered. If he were a clever. , clean cut young man llku I'.iiiTlnutou. ' did Harrington know what he'd do? Move west. He wouldn't fritter away ! his time In a mosaicked New Kug- land hamlet where people looked down on a fellow Jut been use they'd known blm all his life aud could remember when he was a little shntei and went with itcheo on his No. sir. He'd Just sillier togefher hi- earthly possesions and take the llrt train for Cllt Gulch. Nev. There was the couiinc town; there lay the for an able y...

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