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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 December 1904

1 IT US HOMEY T YOU ! j . w WTO BUY WHERE YOU CAN GET THE BEST QUALITIES AT THE LOWEST PRICES ! :J: WE ARE PREPARED TO SERVE YOU IN THIS WAY. SS5 3r ! Remember our en- j Lion Brand Shirts and Collars Dress Goods and Waistings W. L. Douglas Shoes tiro line of Mens and! New Neckwear : Ladies and Misses JacKets: for men, the best $3 $i Boys Suits and Over-5 Suspenders, HandKerchiels, i Only a few left will give you i and $3.50 Shoe in the jf: coats are being sold j NapKins, Table Linen, Towels j a bargain in them. j World. m at Reduced Prices. All New Line o! Dugs. Furs and Fascinators Radcliffe and Fad for New and Up-to-date -School Shoes lor Children Underwear and Hosiery : Ladies arc shoes of distinction gg IT WOULD BE EASY TO MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS FROM THIS ASSORTMENT FOR A CHRISTMAS PRESENT. 04 AMD 56 t No Trouble - - TO )fc Show Goods A Pleasure to Please. TAYLOR S CANNAN. LOCAL BREVITIES. candi. nn.l taflie of , Over twenty kiml of ehocolnte ' f K J. M rri-. IVi.ti-t. Marion. P.....

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. — 16 December 1904

POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT , some people. Although we live in a nie little ImiK, we are lmt "country kids" and, as far as base hull i concerned, 'nothiiiK hut taw recruits. Hut Shows a Big Deficit Because of Rural! most of uh arc of legal age, thcrt Delivery Expense, fore be governed accordingly. STREET CARS I Seem Destined to be Supplanted by the Automobile. it; V .. 1 1 ( 1. ... 1 1 m nave mutig a great iui unom ; ( a Tolu importing players, hut where1 "In Hie cuiir-c .1 a few years , Itccuu-e of the great, increase in yon get your pitcher? Is hi 'here will not ! a street car track rural mail mutes, tlie postoflice ,, f yu? .s you referred tn' in all New Yurk." department shows an inTcaed de- ( ,;, jitl ik inu sonic of the Tolu iwiys, 'li is the prophecy of a median- lieicncy of !'..": per cent, over the out. we will also compliment him. ! ',,;,l ''.)ert who, the Manufacturer. previous year. Aonrding to the! Jim W;1S K. u iniMirted too? lleconl says, has I milt and M u t reirts of Assi...

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. — 16 December 1904

4-.' THIS AND THAT itv ;oosk".i:ii.i. J. t iiiiiotis hi'mih times hrin money " ii " ' "rii i-h many ii slip Ulwixl tlic to the acre and n greater variety of -ro tliun itny other district of! hoihc in thci I'niicd Matin. Hen all the fruits of the temperate! - in- flourish in great ahnndaiiee. Tin- apple, i ar, p'-at Ii, inin', plum, apricot, che rry, Kiapis ' Ih i i ii s of all kiml.- arc extensively 1 Church Directory. Mktiiodiht Cui'Hrii. I'Airroa, I. k. McAfee. I'kka. IIINil. every Bunduy at II a. m. Ki;niAV H. HuL every Hunday at t.H) a. m. I'ruyer M.-etiha every Wedneaiuiy niiiht ll.UTIsr ClM lieH. I'AMT.U. U.O.. T A f'...w..y. I'lirAi IIIHil, 2nd unci till Kundava al II a. m . . ,, i . . I ... .. . .11. I . t. . I , anil in niicm. , up ami the lip, Mil I" the Ul'llitC- , "" " a, n,ie, ...ioS itici , Hm.mi.n an.. It, kin MKrr.KU 2nd Si.tur.luy em Ihe "Mill" in alwuv- to- i otli'T ( pips produce all enormous j niitht. aal'd llic "lip." jjidd. A li I there is no la k of ' 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. — 16 December 1904

1 The Cash SI 0 Thc PlaCC t0 Buy Ur h"stmas Goods. Will O f ScW Good Goods !or Lcss Moncy than Anync-1 VJli V O WHY? nECAUSE WE sell FOR CASH. 3 4J and 4. J cents Hoosier Brown Domestic Calico Apron Checked Gingham Canton Flannel Cotton Shirting The best Bed Tick The best Table Oil Cloth 35 cent Table Linen Cotton Batting, per roll This is a few of our many bargains. We can afford to sell them at these prices. We don't have to charge you anything extra for loses. We haven't any. WE GET THE MOMEY FOR EVERYTHING WE SELL 5 5 5 5 15 18 23 5 h SHOES-the Bcst-thc Brown 3 Christmas is Coming And our Christmas sale commences Now, and will last until 10:30 p. m., December 24, 1904. If you want to buy any Mufflers, Scarfs Handkerchiefs, Neckties Counterpanes Table Linens, Napkins Towels, Rugs It will pay you to call and look through our stock. Why? Because we sell them cheap for cash. Ladies' Fine Shoes, $150; now they go at Ladies every day Shoes, $1.50; now go at Ladies' every day Shoes, $1...

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. — 23 December 1904

f Will at VOLUME 1. MARION. CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DICEMBER 23, 1904. CHRONICLES NUMBER 24. HTH IVild ,y identified with I till' llUKilH M llllllnocilll development "f our city and county, with tin view (if lulling attention t) the wonderful progn-a already made, and the Ht ill more wonderful no- I"'iiim' awaiting only the. two . .., ;P-at fom-H, capital an. I lalmr, to fin-aday evening In! the firnt r.g. um. ALBERT H. TRAVIS 01 the Commercial Club Prepared by Chairman of Pren Committee. Immpict will undoubtedly an mm-Ii in the hitory of Cltlli ahould ular meeting of tin- Iloard of Iin-e. j Tin t..r of tin; club wan lit i in tin- of-j 1111,1 1 tiiv of Dr. Fra.r. After tramtiu-1. '"'"trie!, nml tin- Coinmereial ing ttir regular buincM, including thr m-.i--ary arrangi iih Tit f..r the tir-t aiinuul lxuiiUi't to ! given lllldi T till' allapiera of the ( lulnrll m Ynir'a Kve, the mu ting ad- f.iirm-d. iunl th.Milho-e and dinrt- lur mi-i ting Mill ! on Tin Aiki far Re-elect...

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. — 23 December 1904

i t.j-1 i'1 . - 4 . v' 1' ' If , f I '1 f I i i it S'j, TV .? t&r&r ft ' vXPi 'J Tt 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 1 1 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 535.00 to 560.00 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. SEETHE NEW HOME BEFORE" YOU PURCHASE! C1MST1MS FOR CHRISTMAS BUYERS. What Shall lit 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 the many...

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. — 23 December 1904

Christmas Bargains 1 i : Wc arc Offering the People of Crittenden County an Opportunity not Often Given which enables them to buy Winter Dry Goods at a Greatly Reduced Price, and it's at a time when the goods are in demand. Everyone knows that our stock is new and and up-to-date and our values are the best to be obtained anywhere. We are Getting Ready to Move Next Week AND DESIRE TO REDUCE OUR STOCK. m-f tlfy f m V r M mm-. mm mitt mm, mm. . m mm. ..... - iff . . m ww...w .,, w uo aim ws win ddvi5 yuu money on anyinmg in Dry uooas, Clothing f mm. m. f I 1 f mmm t .... -m . . gurisi uuoas, waistmgs, anoes, Notions or anything in our great stock. t M ADIAU W KENTUCKY E. J. Hayward's New Residence. w : fir' tW-i ibryv-"f3sft- .-i it ft , i . t '!!. I. i'i n. 'i 1 1 1 r '. . ' ... .1 m.I. I 11. ' i- ! . . !, ., ill. '!. i!.. mii- . H. ' 1 1 i ! ' .! i.lliit n : . '. I !. I I- ..f . l -i:.'. I in i l I .. .. . l.i -I. II. '.'.,.. I (r. -':!!,. i. 1 . ' ! i v ' L'' X 1 1.. ! m - . f t'-'f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 December 1904

I Extra S T7 ti n u fluents i a kit For Christmas Buyers! I Mi 1 fi 1 11 1 IT UR SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS have been the means of adding many new and pleased customers for us during this month and we are still giving satisfaction to large numbers who are taking advantage of the very special bargains for the month of December.' We intend doing the biggest business of our lives this month, and in asking you to help us do this, we are making special concession to quick buyers. Rare bargains in each department await your inspection. You have no idea of the power of your dollars until you see us. ." . :. . . . , . '. 4 Reduced Prices on Clothing ! Nobby Styles. The ones you will like to wear. Black Suit Fancy Suit and Overcoats. Best Shoes for Winter Wear. Nobby Suits for Men and Boys Holiday Presents Dress Goods Waist Goods Carpets Rugs Neckwear Towels Table Linens Gloves Christmas Umbrellas Walk Over Shoes For Men Queen Quality Shoes For Women Wear well, look well and at Saving Prices. Our e...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 December 1904

Ad u n J5JS ARE NOT PRINTED i THEY ARE WORN BY THE WOMEN AND CHILDREN OF THIS COMMUNITY. MEN & If if 4 liwm & RIM i K mamon, & AJ KY. Wc are selling ready to wear Suils and Overcoats at greatly reduced prices. They arc New and Stylish and each one a bargain. We have a new line of Dress Goods, Furs and Fasci nators, Ladies and Gents Handkerchiefs, NecKwea r , Hosiery, Hats, Gloves, Etc. Shoes and Rubbers, The Best by Test for Men, Women and Chil dren. Rugs and Carpets Ladies and Muses JacKcls Lion Brand Shirts and Collars No Trouble to Show Goods AND IT IS A Pleasure to Please. TAYLOR & C ANN AN. W. L. Douglas Shoes have gained their 1 tt(juidiiuii un irue mem. You try Ihz jK i 8SS You'll be satisfied. LOCAL BREVITIES. K. J. Morn, IVntit, Marion. f Salem, wa in in ; J. It. lai.iil , town Morula). i Tom (iforgf, to iv Tuilny. ! Mn. laninc I lian.moii Frcdotiia tliit Kuk. of KiU y, wac in . . Tom Taylor, of Madi-onvilli tin tin- city thi- Keck, of Canton, w, in : wjn k,...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 December 1904

The Christmas Tree How It Orifinitcd, How It It Secured For the Market, and Some Interesting Lei ends of the Dim Past By WALTON WILLIAMS Copyright, 1M, fcy American rtm Aasoolailon THE ChriMuiaR tree ho fur j Tin- mm moivo t.Ti n day nud ; Imck Into I lie nlflit of tim tbiit liinnl. It tiikc seven men tvorkltifc ' It Is quite inipoKHllilu to tell ! IIvp wprkK to eel out Him carloudK. ! where or by whom It wh first I TIip Christum tree output cn'ms n j iiitrixlucisl. Almost rvery country l):m j l'm1 ileul on tin- uiMitlier. With nn i lis It'p-inl claiming for Its own the tree ' open full, when tin- tree nre my to 1 wtikU lii-nrs hih Ii generous fruit. In K't t. tin crop will ! itim-li larger hVniiillmiv la t in wild to liuve KprniiE 1 luiti In n the unow full curly ami from the "nervlt tree." which p-rnil-' heavily. If t'ie snow melts nml then lulled from mill soaked by the Mood of j freezes mi die l.raiirlics It makin theui I two uiirortiimite lovers, a cltilin sub utautlated by the...

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. — 23 December 1904

L A Doll's Christmas A Quitnt Tile of Life In the Nun cry When Little Boys and Girls Are All Sound Asleep Copyright. W. hy N .By l.urle LAWTON JOHNSON Church Directory. Mkthoimht C'ihhch. Pajitor, J. R. McAfee. rrniACHINO, awry Sunday at 11 a. m. SunDer School every Sunday at 90 a. m. I"rayer Mealing evrry Wednesday niglit- ISAITIHT ('lUKCII. I'A-troa, Rv. T. A. Conway. rRKA hinii, 2nd and 4th Hundayi at 11 a. m and at night. Jikrwin ami IlLaiNKMH Mkrtino 2nd Saturday night. rU'NUAr School every Sunday at 9 30 a. in. I'HAvm Mkrtinu every Thurailay night. (VMUMlf.AMl l'lllIIVTKIIIAS. The Prince of Peace . Sondijr School Lesson lor Dec. 25, 1904 Prepared by the "Highway and Byway" Preacher. s iunn & Tucker Larjcsi . ol . Ur...drC to This County Dealc-i mi v. i Paper a.u Loiumbia Phonographs. ONK ClirlHtimiM eve a will dull .a mi n cliiilr In m pri'lty room In ivhlrh a iiiitulir uf children Mere In Im A tin1 w in hum ,iu III' lii'tirtli. Him kliik'i it !i. 111-11,1; t'l til)' lllll...

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. — 23 December 1904

I The Ca hi Store! The Place to Buy Your Christmas Goods. Will g Sell Good Goods for Less Money than Anyone. ttj WHY? BECAUSE WE SELL FOR CASH, gj Hoosier Brown Domestic Calico Apron Checked Gingham Canton Flannel Cotton Shirting The best Bed Tick The best Table Oil Cloth 35 cent Table Linen Cotton Batting, per roll 4 cents 4J and 5 " 5 " 5 " 5 15 18 23 5 This is a few of our many bargains. We can afford to sell them at these prices. We don't have to charge you anything extra for loses. We haven't any. WE GET THE MOMEY FOR EVERYTHING WE SELL CHRISTMAS IS COMING And our Christmas sale commences Now, and will last until 10:30 p. m., December 24, 1904. If you want to buy any Mufflers, Scarfs Handkerchiefs, Neckties Counterpanes Table Linens, Napkins Towels, Rugs It will pay you to call and look through our stock. Why? Because we sell them cheap for cash. SHOES-thc Best-the Brown $1.20 1.20 90 1.20 1.85 9 Ladies' Fine Shoes, $150; now they go at Ladies' every day Shoes, $1.50; now go at...

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. — 6 January 1905

1 c VOLUME 1. MARION. CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1905. NUMBER 26. T BANQUET Of the Commercial Club A Brilliant Success From Start to Finish And an Event Thai Will Live Long in the Memory, of Those Who Participated. 'I In- g.m I I I ideal weather. 1 inti'i'li'iH ii'li'in y, ;iiil adopting a harmnniou il;in fur primmting the intrnvN iiml w iiiiij! firt li tlir nd-v:int;ijfi-f r tin- entire di-trii't wi' ran lr-t s'l'vc mir iinliilu:il iiid-r-r-i-, and ni-un- in ii n y ii Ii l illlllHM ll a well. .rt II IMIII- I i i mir IT'U'I to make mir entire ili-liii ! m gnat i-i iii.-r f a.-tix itv fur thi riti"ll nf I Ik- State, if lint thr greate'l ill tlir State. Till' keynote li.i- Ih i u miimiiIhI ami tin rutin i lim it" Innild join in tin- HiiittiiiK- Tlii-chili ii in rn-ript if letter Fivrman. fi'iMn iiiiti a 1 1 ti 1 1 1 "i r of prominent g. ntli mi n tliiiiiiKlioiit tlir St.itr whihi iviilnin- f tin- intrn-ft mamf. M d in tin l:iiniii t and the organization. Among t l...

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. — 6 January 1905

nto Mew Building !1 5s 1 ' ifOur Dry Goods i p Bargains! tint nineei ,ri1Y JS our removal to new $Z quarters. Wc slill : have bargains for all in every line. 0 81 Wc are now located on Main Street, just south of the Masonic Building and we were never so well pleased with our situation, and we guarantee that we can offer you first-class goods at prices that will please you. A Cordial Invitation Is extended to everyone to call and examine our goods and get prices before buying. Clothing, Shoes Dress Goods Waislings Furnishings Notions Mats and Caps Etc. Etc. Etc. PICKENS & CAVENDER Marion, Kentucky. KENTUCKY LEADS SECRETLY MARK FD i'-t," ,,. Hi,.i h i ...u,- QUCRinAN PRPPIwrT i a. i,.n....r. ..f i-:ii,..uu1i..,. prMtionn.vd th- N-.-J of i! .mt .-. vi r Tin n.tt p.. will .t.,rt at Hint- nil. I .)ii!;ir work from tin- in n of t, t,, h ,,. t,-rii, in.it. attiiirii.r Wert Leonard Grady and Mist Ruby ,h" "kilfiil rit.-r. A .r.m..vi Lever on November 5th. M"1V n,n" "'''"'k'1 !. aft.T ll...

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. — 6 January 1905

r : 3 ( fa APPEAL FOR CALEB POWERS Mother Shipton's Prophecy. Hy niiii-st ttr give Ixlinv the J )iiiilici'.v "f Motliri- Sliiptim, wliirh JL VJl JL CLXXM. n first ulilisiiil in Knglaii'l in ! aJe if : : 4- OCDC 0 Tin- lllnii l.glli'"l, l'i gafll"" .,,!i'n ;il aHiliati"lis, haVr hrrli roii-titiitnl u i ii i nit t - to -nihil ami 1 1 i 1 n ;i final fur thr li-f'-Il-c of Calrh Powrrx. Tin- ( '.nut of Aim-:iIs of K nt iii ky. having n v -i .- I 1 1 j i I i-e -ini'ii'. - nti hi ing liim t' ili atli. i"Mi;iiiils tli" i a-i In tin' Sri ilt in u t ( 'ourt fur iiin'tlirl- tl iiil. Mr PouiT" ha l.i rn siihjri tn tu tlir.r lri:il- Mini tin-"" :i'i".iU Ir. .in tin jinlgliirnt of tin- fir rnit ( oiirt. all of vvhiih havr lii "ii ii m i"il Mi- la-i'K1"' hark now to Im' trinl out from tin1 U niniiniK Tin tlin r trials ami I tin it M-nlH to vvhiih I." I. a" li ! -uliji rtnl li.ivr rhailst'il all hi- mians. Mis parrtit- anl othrr irlativrs havr sau'ili I rvrr.vthing thrv mssrss.'il for Kim. amlhri- ...

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. — 6 January 1905

- 5 i Che Crittenden Record, ISSUED WEEKLY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. PER YEAR. ONE DOLLAR SWORN CIRCULATION The sworn average circulation from Jul. l.r, lm, to Sept. !'). I'.H'A. I. Inn. Circulation increasing weekly, nnd is now ul-out Limn. Advertisinn -eon- trai ts Bohc-ited. R'nttrpH jih (Mfimd-clBiw Tn;t ti f July 1", ut the pontoflkv nt Murinn, Ky.. U'hUt Act t i'in-rrest- of Murrh ;. l7v. FRIDAY. JANUARY 6. UKtt. a'n:uvcevets FOITOl'NTY Jl'l.K DKBoK We aire authorize I to antwuri-e A. A. lelioe h candidate t r tin- ollec of judge of the Critte 1 i.-n r -unty court. Hulijei't to tlw a ". or' tiie (U-ptililican party. TYiaa 1UV W'tt uf,i iiiifh. i-iv.i.l t,, un nounco Aaron Towciy a i.aivtii'alo for theotru-oof judge of the I'ntn-ti.a n county court, subject to the action nl the Kcpuhlican party. FOR SM-.TUFF Dl'VAl.l. We ure authorized to an- mmnce Alonzo J. Ihivall a candidate y .i ... ..l. . i for the office of Sheriff of ( ntt-tnlen OountV. HUhject to the...

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. — 6 January 1905

LOCAL BREVITIES. IL .1. Motrin, iHitirt, Marion. W. I'. ('rider, of Tolti. was her. Monday. Ilarlin Crmu II wa-h.-re Saturday on hiish.e-f. Call on (lie in h linn, Wooldiidne A" Met., liarlM i. Hui li !oa, of Ki m-I iui(j, was in tow ii Saturday. "Tl. m..,,l,iuM ,f Sin" t (Vneral I). ('. Porter ami wife Mient Ihv. T. ('. Carter and w ife railed House tonight. Christinas at Calhoun, at this oilier Tuesday. J AlU rt Likens, of Carrsville, was! Few Larlxrs any where eanexoll Miss Ada Harris or Madison-, in town Monday. j Wooldride -Mctz. I-et tliein do ville, ealled at this olliee Tuesday. ' ANNUAL STATEMENT OF Cruee an old and resorted "l,r wo: rk. Mr. I!. II. (iossoin and wife, liiHm died Wednesday. Mrs. I!. I.. Moore went to (lepton Wednesday I" ee relatives. Frank Smutuerville, of Mattoou, inovt d to tlie eitv Tlli -day. W. C llT.ryali, of I'udueah, so, lit ( liri-t ma- i lav ill tin- cil . i I . 'I'l r t . ' 1 I.I' I Iioiiii-oii, i 'I i-nirui-. "as in tin eitv Satiud.iv of relativ...

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. — 6 January 1905

Qllirrr 3$ au Emu Snrrrainng Jforii fur Haratimui By MRS. MARY K. O'SULLIVAN. Well-Kno-n MnMni-hu-rtti tabor I ridcr. STARTED IN PHILADELPHIA. ; INDIANS' STOMP DANCE. Soma Things Which Go to Show That the City Is Not So Slow aa Said to Be. T I rfl I II II'. UK is every rranti win t need v.-irati"ii mure than our lather did. ( )n -iii-t,d principle, exert' gcnerati'Mi ha a riht tn demand iii'MY ilian the lat. Our great-grandfather were liiu'licd to i-u.d earl and driven like hcat. in t Ik- mine; due, ii i'.imuvv ilial we hi'iial In- content with that? ur grandiaihi r v m ked 10 and iS hour a day and were atit'nd to eat out oi the tin pail and lci p on tht Jl HMK I. In ftir fathers' lime nu n hail alnadv h gnu !o demand a hot dinner and to think iii.thin- too g..,d for the man who lahors. MoreotT. thi' crowding of worker into cit teni incuts and httgt Centers o industry has created a special need for rct and recreation. Humanity is to-day huddled into crowded district in ill ventilate...

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. — 6 January 1905

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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. — 6 January 1905

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