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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 April 1907

iv r Iff" ii v r. ft. I if st i K ' f 5 It m W Si l:-1 fti Si r I e'f AH w. m M III 9S ii'4c B ti " LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 1 EVANSVILtE, INDIANS A SCHOOL WITH A REPUTATION' svnxssjmmmmmKmmmmmm LARGE ATTENDANCE NINE TEACHERS FIFTY TYPEWRITERS LESSONS BY MAIL SEND FOR NEW CATALOG Marion Milling Company's Products. The makers name on a food article moans a jrrent deal to the consumor also to the maker of the product if it ha uiorit. Tho name Marion Milling Co., stands baok of it it maatib that tho maker is proud to usi his uaruo in connection with the product. The names KLK" and "CROWN" is on all the Hour products of tho Marion Millint; Co., bocauso tho makers are positive thoir flour it oloan, honestly made, wholesome and satisfactory and that the product is a credit to their name. When you buy the Marion Milling Company's Hour product 3ou Know what you are potting, and you know that their guarantee bohind it means something. When you order from your grocer specif the Marion Mill...

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. — 25 April 1907

v 0 G $ 00404006004$94fr4tO'$0044frQi Mi A New Orleans woman was thin. Because she did not extract sufficient nourishment from her food. She took ScoW Emulsion. Result: She gained a pound a day in weight. ALL DRUGGISTS, 50c. AND $1 00 r, ,. from ncrvioo nun of tlio bait k, wi railroad conductors In the nl alle). lio wan wull known . u lull', having Loon born with- tw, imlen of tho oily, whero he . w , manhood and first etilored i i i...u:...uu ti f, 'iimiau iiiiniiimD. itu nag ui itrattion, In father having from 1'ranoo to to thin .', ami willing noar Louisville U'Slli.... T P..I ...-. ' U1AII .i...li i- lift) right yoars of age at f luit death, which Man the 1 a roiunlieuliou of dieeaaes. i I ( oliuMitiil wat the Hint , i ' r win tvcr rau a irxiu init . . .ton, Kv , over the Kuoxvitle .,., ' f thr lonidvillo and Nash- , '. i 'id aid a Louisville friend j. .. M "After loaving the and NaahviJIe railroad he t ' .xa, whora ha was engaged .lrod batonta for a HNMiber When the Ohio Valley...

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. — 25 April 1907

L" isoa SJB '. ... ' i , ,, . .V .,, ,, J T- fVr " - a ' ! t K l! M 5 Dry D IE IE Let Us Show You Our Trimmings, Embroideries, Laces, etc. Shoes of the best makes from the leading factories for Men, Women and Children, also Youths, Boys and Childrcns Clothing. We arc anxious to please you. Give us a call. Spring and Summer Millinery We are having many compliments from the trade as having the real up to to-morrow styles in Pattern and Ready-to-Wear hats. Our prices are lower than others ask for the same class of goods. Special orders based on cost of material used. Trimmed hats 50 cents to $3.50. Pattern hats $3.75 to $10.00. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF Goods, Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, n Charles B. Lovd. Fredonia. Kv. s ' 'r - - ity EAST MARION NEW SALEM f Mr. J. K. Chittenden left Monday i Hunk Baker, wife and ihildren, forhorhome in Hopkinille, after Clem Moran and a child of Harris spending several days with her par- j Auston, all on the sick list onts, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williams. ...

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. — 25 April 1907

I'' 'i($M -H it (Ettft mfam 3Secnfd ptm VOL. 28. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, APRIL 25. 1907. NUMBER 47. 3E IE IE IE !n r H Saddles Ice . AND Harness Plow Gear Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers Refrigerators Lawn Mowers AND RAKES VIRGIL Y. MOORE Wins Signal Honors at The Oratorical Contest. The nuiiual debate between Kentucky State College anil Kentucky University, which was hclil Friday evening in Morrison Chapel at Kentucky University in Lexington was won by State College, the vote of the judges being 4 to 1 in favor of the victor. The subject for debate was "Resolved, That the United States Government Would be Justifiable in Establishing Her Permanent Rule in Cuba" State College took the negative. The State College representatives were Beverly Todd Towery and Virgil Y. Moore, of this city, and R. L. MePhcron, Somerset, K. Kentucky University was represented by H. M. Stansifer, R. 13. Hutchcraft, Jr., and M. K. Dutt. The judges were C. X. Maiming, Dr. 11. C. Falconer, B. 0....

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. — 25 April 1907

I nt m M Wt W K W St Hit UK UK itit ItK M KJJC is McWilliams Special Vm 4 S MM . MM MM T belongs to the stories that never wore told, this of the McWllllanis Special. Hut It happened years ago, and for that matter McWilliams is dead. It wasn't grief that killed hlni lther, though at one time his grief came uncommonly near killing us. It Is an odd smt of ii yarn, too, because one part of it never got to headquarters, and another part of It never got from headquarters. How, for Instance, the mysterious car was ever started from Chicago ou nch a delirious schedule, how many men In the service know that even yet? How, for another instance, Sinclair tnd Francis took the ratty old car reeling Into Denver with tho glass shriveled, the paint blistered, the hose burned and a tire sprung on one of the drhers, how many headquarters slaves know that? Our end of the story never went In at all neer went In because It was not deemed m ell, essential to the get-ling up of the annual report,. We cou...

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. — 25 April 1907

fftrtyr . ."i !.' ft PS P fh till lay between the illMressed niau unil liN unfortunate chllil. Krom Mel'loud to Uf,al.illn there Is a t'otnl lilt of twhtiti,: and slowln;.', but loul;'iiiK oast from At turns a niarlile rinpp.'tl del ween tl.. r.ill i.i.shl roll Heir m'o the OaliiMa j:ivi!. ll Is a fclxi.v inilc iji'.idi', . Ii..!" i of slat; kik' tin -. : .1 . (' ImmI under 1 el. "' rover luoe lsty in ln'ttt'r tliau tlt'iy inlmiti's was lii.c them off the anil the breasted the Morgan dl Me, fretting Tor more hills to cliiuli. The that matter any of the skyscrapers are built to balance ten or a dozen sleepers, and when you run them light they have a fashion of rooting their no-e- into the track. A niodc.xt up grade jut about counters this tendency, but on a slump and u stiff clip and no tail to peal; of you feel as If the drivers were going to buck tip on the ponies every once In awhile. However, they never do. and Ceorgle whistled for Searboro Junction and 1ci miles and two .ater In...

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. — 25 April 1907

i. L" vw & m 1 i J --- Kvwr mp Very Much Quality DRESS GOODS AND DRY GOODS Something new all the time, a house full of the most desirable goods for the Ladies and Misses The Right Kind The Right Price We have the goods for those Stylish Dresses New line black wool dress goods " " white sheer " " Linens, batistes, organdies Dainty laces for trimmings embroideries, bands Stylish belts, collars, neckwear Hosiery and neckwear Wc have a great stock to select from Carpets, Druggets Rugs, Mattings Lace Curtains Ri ' amkx djc Cnttcnticn S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. GEO. M. GRIDER, Associate Editor. Entered ai matter June 26th. :3-9. it the postothce at Marion Ky . under the Act of Centres? ot Match 3rd, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION btKICTL tMSH IS AlUASCfc. sintle copies mailed os 1 month mailed to anjr address M 2 months " " " ss " " " 5 months so " ' " i year t.oo " " " 5 years 500 TERMS OF SUIISCKIPTION IF NOT I'AID CSII IN AII SCf, Smcle copies mailed 05 1 month mailed to an address...

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. — 25 April 1907

F.W. Nu nn, dentist, Press Building J. N. Bostou was in Henshaw Monday. Col. L. II, James was in Kuttawa week. Will McConnell went to Princeton Wednesday. T. II. Lowcry left Tuesday for J. M. Gilbert, of Paducah, was the of his daughter, Mrs. W. E. Carnahan. Paul A. Walker loft Tuesday for Mayfield, where ho will visit his daughter, Mrs. Mattie Walker. Secure absolute protection from tire and tornadoes from Bourlaud & Haynes, general insurauce agents. Mrs. Krncst Carnahan who has been very ill for thp past week, is reported much better. Chas. A. Moore, of Henderson, spent. Suuday at home with his faun- iy. You should call and see Mrs. line of belt buckles, shirt waist, pins etc. Howard McConnell who has been in the hospital at Paducah is at home for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hay ward arc the proud parents of a little girl, who made her appearance last Wednesday, April seventeenth. If farmers will look out for their own interest they will quit paying commission. If you don't...

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. — 25 April 1907

i-' v It l I. Js H r 71 (p E "A s yostnE LGCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE t EVANSVILLE, INDIANA CHOOL WITH A REPUTATION" 1 iW.'i Ifl ftf ,.ttT 'i Wi TfiTSmiTTC (standardized) For All Livestock EASY AND Eskew Brothers '.J., . .mw. . Marion Milling Company's Products. The maker name on a food article means a trroat deal to the consumer also to the maker of the product if it ha merit. The name Marion Milling Co., tand back oi it it means that the maker i proud to um hi name in connection with the product. The name "KLK" and 'CKOVN" i? on all the flour product? ol the Marion Millini: Co., because the makers arc positive their flour i? clean, houestly made, wholesome and satisfactory and that the product is a credit to their name. When ou buy the Marion Milling Company's flour product you kiiow what you are trcttini:, and you know that their guarantee behind it means something. When you order from your grocer specify the Marion Milling Compain'- Flour and help a home industry, ami same will b...

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. — 25 April 1907

fci: V O'. A New Orleans woman was thin. Q Because she did not extract sufficient V nourishment from her food. V She took Scott's Emulsion. S Result: i She sained a Dound a dav in weight. V ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00 A44h4m444444444444. WILLIAM GOLMESNEIL Tiok Out First Train Over The Ohio Valley Railroad. The death of William T. a few days ago at Henderson re-Moves from service one of the best known railroad conductors in the Ohio Valley. He was well known in Louisville, having been born within twelve miles of the city, where ho grew to manhood and first entered the railroad business. He was of French extraction, his father having emigrated from France to to this country and settling near Louisville a young man. William T. was fifty-eight years of age at the time of his death, which was the result of a complication of diseases. William T. Colmcsncil was the first t conductor that ever ran a train iuto Livingston, Ky., over the Knoxville branch of the Louisville and Nashville rai...

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. — 25 April 1907

m e Let Us Show You Spring and Summer Millinery We are having many compliments from the trade as having the real up to to-morrow styles in Pattern and Ready-to-Wear hats. Our prices are lower than others ask for the same class of goods. Special orders based on cost of material used. n Trimmed hats 50 cents to o Dry Goods, Pattern hats $3.75 to $10.00. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Embroideries, Laces, etc. Shoes of the best makes from the leading factories for Men, Women and Children, also Youths, Boys and Childrens Clothing. We are anxious to please you. Give us a call. D IjmIa D ' " EAST MARION Mr. J. K. Chittenden left Monday for her home in Hopkinsvillc, after speuding several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Williams. We were all irrieved to hear ot the sudden death of little Irene, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stone. Mrs. Geo. Gass. of Henderson, visited Miss Nellie Wheeler and Mrs Mina Crucc last week. Mrs. Jim Airec Mrs. Henry ...

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. — 2 May 1907

M f&tifttribm 3Becnfd VOL. 28. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 2. 1907. NUMBER 48. IE 3E C3E IE P Saddles AND Harness Plow Gear Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers Refrigerators Ice Picks Li Lawn Mowers AND RAKES IE GEN. H.B.LYON DEAD Hurt Failure Ends Die ot Old Soldier-Fills In Field on His Farm Near Eddpllle. . II. II. Lyon fll dead or Im two mile bak front KddyTille, -lay afternoon fro heart Uil- lle had jrone to the farm on i.i . and afUr tailing lo two of atiu hand loft ikoa U go and k after (kimo other work. Wlton ,t 100 yard away lit wm iMN 10 Mtd wIish (he two tiMM raeld iff was gone. 'ri I. you w At the . Mathow Lyon, who sold him- ' 'r his psgc aoros the eooan . )n later elected Tkotua Joller- 1'ir.ident by lita one role and ly man who over represented -tales in thu United State .-'. He wie alM a defend- f Col. Cblltondon, a eolonial nmr of VormoiiL .in H. II. Lyon wai a graduate Ait Point and aftorward sertod Oit- United Stato army oh the i tirra of Texan and M...

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. — 2 May 1907

re ft tt MmIHHHHH 9B 1 F MHH XR KK MM RR - ' . T RR J -X UK I .? Ht . HX ?t ?; rar tttc 4 The 1! Skyscraper tC' '' '4'A ' 4' '' ''" 'K ' 1 VM VM M US ' n stood one Suu day morning : a group wat 'i Inc for hr tt around t h e Nnrr w Many ns I hnt tj5ii seen nml r'.A den. a new one Is always a inler lo me chokes i:.-up. even. It means so much. I hear meu rave over horses and marvel at It when I think of the Iron horse. I hear Ihem chatter if distance, and my mind turns lo the nntilhllator. I hear the:-; bras of ships, and I think of the ship that plows the mountains and rive--and plains. And when they talk of ipeed what can I think of but her? As the new vuglne rolled into the yards my heart beat quicker. Her line-were too imposing to call strong. Tlnv were massive, yet so simple you coii! i draw them, like the needle snout of r collie, to n very point. Every bearing looked precise, every Joint looked supple, ns she swept m i? nlficently up and checked herself, pant Ing, In front of us...

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. — 2 May 1907

l,j4JJ H" 1 1 tli" yard took tiro niid throw a jol , '.ir en tlio glnntly ihviiv. I mm K't up iitut njciiin in II,. , k ic.n. I win hlilvorlu; inn) wot w i Tho Jtalrwny v, m crimli , ii i Klnlllnx wihI. I cl .,.,! (uf , i. . '. I jilow. l iwii oil tlu ruf r iilm.'Ih I'lntfinn mil . tli,. ' 'Hi n w 1 1 :i riiu.il m to ,t . iik'U'hh nml Mwtaa; uici wen- l , tiiiMiicolvo. They luutw tliruuyh win it tip to tliolr knoos at wtvy step i at Diioo. nhore tho frniitlo IiImI.iv i tin- luirlinl HkyHomiH'r ami tho him ,ii hi,' of tho our tliikx, I hoari! tho -I. ntnrlnii tout of KolKhhor, mountiii . i, a twlxtoil truck, orKiiiilztiii; tho turn it Imnil Into a wrocUliiR kiiiik Spun l.j.lo liocnii running up tho yanl to ,l.iro tho Hkycorapor lay. Ilko nttotticr siinHnii. pniHtrato In tho mhUt t th ' It litul wnniKht. PoremoM iiimiiK tho oicltoil iiivii, oovohmI with .1 rt mid hlooil, HtiiKcercd Dml Uninll t " horo'n .MoNmir crlwl NolKhlior Hamilton polntod to tlio wnvk. liy ilhlH't ht Jtintpr yolh...

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. — 2 May 1907

W ' tf ilk O V-5 b .i rmfy i I W: m m SI '. tJJ i : . H ! r ? ; lh w 111. i JrflU t'UV. X m m w m u jEL m 1 UA I M I I Very Much Quality DRESS GOODS AND DRY GOODS Something new all the time, a house full of the most desirable goods for the Ladies and Misses The Right Kind The Right Price We have the goods for those Stylish Dresses New line black wool dress goods " " white sheer " " Linens, batistes, organdies Dainty laces for trimmings embroideries, bands Stylish belts, collars, neckwear Hosiery and neckwear We have a great stock to select from Carpets, Druggets Rugs, Mattings Lace Curtains v- 'mf11 jW." Who Says there isn't Such a Thing as LUCK! ITS OF TWO VARIETIES A man named Smith stopped in the road to pick up a horse for luck and got plastered all over the road by an automobile, was bad luck. The Good Luck Story is This: Very Little Price Very Much Quality CLOTHES OST. - . . You can wear the best when you bu ours and the don't cost as much money. YOUR CLOTHES ARE HERE ra sss V...

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. — 2 May 1907

x h Ik 1 w "O "O P gencb CattorcO Clothca W i VW GIVE YOU GOOD VALILS AND PLEASE YOU TOO Mmmhinm "'l , V jLSr .,rg v'S. I A VitiQ.dcntitl. Pre Building Whoolor, l Tol, wa ! I r.J.y. ! II. CltWMtt. O Toht, . Friday. and Mrs. 0. A lov wen io W . .1 .1. Martin, of Sllivaa, thf oi ty laat wt. .1 It. SNiiuuorrUk, of Mai-Ma in town Thursday. W II. Miley return! home in Louievillo. Rote Maya, of Caldwell .- was tn town Wounosuiy. J Mollie 'Moore Kpont Saturday - unlay at her home noar Fredo- M II. A. Cameron loft r a few days visit in Hopkins- M - Nello Oliften and Gy Con--'lit Sunday with frlonds in kfurd K .M. Katon, of Salom, 1 daughter, Mrs. Knouc 1 IKl WU(A. ' l (iuonn and wife spent ,,i Sunday with his parents, V- r, Mrs Tom Guoss. M -. Mary Camoron loft Thursday ' II 'I'UnHville where she has a ' i in the toloraph offiuo. ' and Mrs. H. K. Olive, of v 1 11, woro the guu.its of Mr. Mne and family last week. ' - Nannie Cochran returned 1 ' ' 'Uy from Nashville whore sho ' n the guest o...

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. — 2 May 1907

''& i' ,,3r ""r 'T T '"'.'" IWW V I 5? .a ! 2i t s I 51 K HI tgi 55 u ST 1 m i j c JIHI n JpipsnnjrspiinjMnwr l VfJV1 ' 'RiPIPvnPipCIM7?ll,n9P' ' "Jnepnjtpprf vT Wfrnd ncvvcso'c oiicimccc rni i t. i.uor.iunn uucnibdj uuulluu --- EVAK5VILLE, INDIAHh t ' A :HOO - WITH A REPUTATION" Marion Milling Company's Products. The makers name on a food article means a great doal to the consumer also to the maker of the product if it has morit. The namo Marion Milling Co., standi back of it it means that tho maker is proud to us his name in eounootion with the product. The namos "KLK" and "CROWS'" is on all tho Hour products of tho Marion Milling Co., because the makors aro positive thoir flour is clean, honostly made, wholesome and satisfactory and that the product in a credit to their name. When you buy the Marion Milling Company's flour product you aiiow what you are getting, and you know that their guarantee behind it means somothing. When you order from your grocer specify the Marion Mil...

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. — 2 May 1907

OOO'M', q Scot fs Emulsion strengthens enfeebled g nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and liwiv .w... - Vikv n il .. ... ., tBa i rTp ... ,,. ,., oauy wun tne necessary fat & and mineral food for healthy growth. fi ALL DRUGGISTS BOc. AND $1.00. STUR61S NEWS. Marion Coal Company at Sul- .11 ihangod hands tho tia&t fow Juitt who tho now pooplo nro, i.t nblu at this tiino to say, ,i they moan buainoss, Ir. .)olm Coinor, of Frost- Md , is tho new ,'ii (Jen. Miiungur. Nowb from ,,,n tliiH evening is, that the w v, jlihy corporation is buying ., tl,. coal right thoy eati ki, probability in that Sullivan n have a initios sooond to nono utity. V l; L. Cotly and brottior, .1. 1 . loth of I'onmylvania, ulit tho ontrollinj; interoeU (rittciidon Coal and Coke , :, Mined, heretofore owntd rtrd by II. II. Say re, Hon A lllue and otlior turn and capitalists of Ma- K . have moved the geutnil ii the Uttor plate to Sturgis. ii n of now editors of the nation rtwtwlt! at follow 'fly 1'rM...

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. — 2 May 1907

LLLLKKi RHP 111 'a'i' s i B'. r I Swi sr 1 ; .t ;i m it ."TWjjrm vffyTSrwiSrSllt CRAYNEVILLE . Tlcv. Oakley filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sun-'i ay. Mr. and Mrs. Dnnn and Lillic Bell, of Marion, attended church Sunday. Jool Moore and family, of Marion, visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Jas. Hill and Ada visited Ruby Bigham Thursday. A crowd of the youug folks wont on tho ''knob" Sunday ovoninc .Miss .nauol .Minner was in our town Saturday. Elinor Threlkeld and Lorin Stallions visited relativos near Tolu Saturpay and Sunday. Ethel McCaslin attended church here Sunday. It wasannounoed Sunday that Mr. W. B. Binkley and Ada Dcboc have been secretly married about a month. After church they went to their homo at View where a nice dinner waitod them We wish tbern much joy. Miss Ruby Bigham, of Chapel Hill, visited her sister Addic Hill Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mattic Baird visited Mrs. Canado Monday. A Cure For Constipation And Piles Discovered At Last. Ca...

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. — 2 May 1907

I cv ;,r , -- "(" XT SCTTIBi - irw;) (Sfiiifiiiim 3Retnfd VOL. 28. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 2. 1907. NUMBER 48. IE HI IE AhmbpjmbmhiA ammWamu f" L JE Saddles AND Harness Plow Gear Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers Refrigerators Ice Picks Lawn Mowers AND RAKES GEN. H.B.LYON DEAD Heart Failure Ends Life of Old Soldier-Falls in Field on His Farm Near Eddyvllle. Gen. II. B. Lyon fell dead on hi farm, two miles back from Kddyvillc, Thursday afternoon from heart failure. He had gone to the farm on business, and after talking to two of his farm hands left them to go and look after some other work. When about 100 yards away he was seen to tail, and when the two men reached him lifn was gone. Gen. Lyon was the of Col, Mathew Lyon, who sold him-sell" for his passage across the oceau and who later elected Thomas Jefferson Picsidcnt by his one vote and the only man who ever represented three states in the United States Congress. He was also a dependent of Col. Chittenden, a colon...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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