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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 July 1904

The Only One In the County t i Lack of time prevents us from, quoting prices on all our stock, but in order that you may see and know the way things are going we quote a few items as an index to our entire stock. How Do These Prices Strike You? m i !f snores . jj Calicoes 4 1-2 and 5c per yard. S55 Hoosicr Drown Domestic 5 cents Hope Dlceched Domestic 7 1-2 c. ;r? no wf w!l uiY ssssjs 7" if m V Now if you want a Suit of Clothes we have New Styles and cheaper than you ever bought 7 LOCAL BREVITIES. i; J Mon-i. I. mi-i, Marion. .1. l.h I'i rry. i f I riu:i. wn- In ir Vrrlav I.. II. .I.llin" nttirill'i r.i J ;W- l-'h Sllli'l.iv. V Wt T.l'l. "f IJo-r I'll.-, W.I" i ri I'ri'l.ix . Ti'tn l.iiil. . ( Sal in, wa in 'W li i:ip!.i . .1. li il.i", nf I ii-iiik, w:i" . li SitlinllV, W. I' Sulli I ,! T, i.f IllliM, W.I-' i r. S itunlat Mr- Y i Cx, .f sh. ri'liiu, w.i uti Saim-ln. . li I. lltli -. i.f m ;ir ll.i, wn i t"n IVi-l i J. M. 11.11. ff Tnl'iiin, in !n ii M lav . Mi- .l iini" ritiiriu-'l...

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. — 29 July 1904

r it, t I Sheriff's Sale For Taxes! Ileitis I' V. .1, I'" II Hear 1! A Thomas, (:; tax ami co-t lu.s;, I'mennm. ('has .1, 1 I, it in T"lu (': tax ami cot 7,10 l:inii.U. ('has (i. ;'."..) ;l Ileal' W in Hal'lleU. i:i tux ami eo-t I'.l'i.d.'i 1 r:ikf, Mis, M;iri:i I'. ii. a nciir Tln'. Stum-, n:; t;1 a eo-t 1 :'" I'.v virtue nf taxi- 'liif the county l'unkhoii-i r, .1 Clinton, :!:'.l a near of I'rittiii'l' ii .'Hi. 1. 1. W. I.anil', s. s s SullriiK''!', n;1, t;i .vn-t tin C. C fur tin- year H'li::. I ..r one of Cilli-ie. Th"- IL I l"t in T"lit my lc.iiti' -. '"ill. "ii .l"ii.l:iy. tin- '. tax an-l -t r.'-'- St'li ilav "f AUK"-'- ''"'I- I " tM-i ii llin'le.v, W M. i;n it in-ill' i''" tl' I, .'.'nr. "f in ..'do, I. m. in.. mii'I M""iv, u:; tax a it-1 ...-t IJ.-'K (i el k, p. in.. :ii t!i iiri li"ii-i' (lour in Marion, in I rittt n-1 n cntint.v. Ki -lit iit-Uy . - t" I'l l'- LIC SAI.K. I" ill'' liili'M I'l'l'liT, M.n-k-. Sam! A. I.'t in T"lti. tilX llll'l Co-Is I'l I'l Mili. I'liin. i'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. — 29 July 1904

BEST WAY TO, SKIN A HOC. Experts Gin Take Off a Tilde in Ten or Flfteeu Mlnutea and Never Scratch It. INDUSTRIAL INFORMATION. HANDLING LIQUID MANURE. I the Farmer Who Know How It i Jtonn Materiul Envlng j very Slr'le Scaaou. JkhltiK tliu iriiliim of tuirrehafull) oraiinil.liiK llciiid iiianurt! munil r1 nuUcnul mivJi.k tu uiu. Altermntultiliiii I' lur iiiuny jeura. 1 1'niiktriirti'i. A llt Hlili l-latl Ullll.HH' Id lililil.li ,1 tiitinul aHf. The vm wax liiilltoua ailljllit' iieluw t !) tiHMi, l.i rye flu, ucli In )ui l.-11 l:i'i i Mir, six li:i..ll.' mi i ii in ti hikii. To Ihln at iiT-iJ. ILr inl.U ... is. id lid Line i liuu'. Ii in aiilil i i.-ii:K. Die Ul H ( -iilietl Hi til 1 uf inn, r. Ii Mw-il Kith iiiiniil In thi' Lulli.iii i,i vil lal wiu liii rt i! g lu Ii i !i ja 1 i, t,ruw off cuiilciits I y i!r. ll, mu ni u ti iiu Inn hli'nn l.otllitii of v ut iupri-a-eiit M'i;lii;i-nl fn.in i m aiiil.c tl was ii!m, 1U ; . ' n i - - t f - TO AI'I'l.V l.lijl ll M IXI'lli: rmi inl li!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. — 29 July 1904

CUPID AWAKE And in Our Midst Making Young Hearts Happy. On Tuesday at tin- Cill House at 11 o'clock J. W. Ethridge and Mis Lulu l!owland, lxith of Emm, Caldwell county, were united in marriage hy P.cv. T. V. Joiner, of thin city. The wedding was a quiet unheralded affair ami only a few of the most intimate friends of the contracting parties were present. The attendants were Tress l!ahh and Miss Carrie Prenning, of Emm. The hride wan dressed in white and looked very pretty. She is the daughter of H. F. and Pelia Row land, ami Ifl years of age. Mr. Ethriilge is a young man of terling worth, ".'.') years of age, an cnergetie and hustling fanner and Maekstnith. The happy eouple w ill settle and make their home at Emm. The j R.oki joins their numerous friends I in wishihg them long and happy lives. TEACHERS' ANNUAL INSTITUTE HELD. The tcachen. of the cunty m. 1 j 1 m annual Institute at the gra.lc.1; mhool huilding Monday, July -" ; The attendance wa large and that!, nithusiasni which i ...

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. — 5 August 1904

ittasito pie ZtUfU. VOLUME !. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1904. NUMBER 4. tmt IM A BIG HEAD OF STEAM TURNED ON Over Forty Incorporated Mining Companies and Scores ot Prospectors at Work THE TONNAGE fOR 1904 WILL BE GREATLY DtCBEASED OVER LAST YEAR - THE COAL SITUATION AND PbODVCnOtt EVERYBODY TOO BUSY TO TALK MUCH. A mai.i. uri.K of high grade! tine .rl....te .how,, in . i-itr on M.ni.lav from II... VI',""" """ "u"r "I"1' " M.rc fnrii, of 170 acre niie S mile w.t of Marion on thcSul . i .... w. T..t.. ......I Ti . i . .....I..... ..t t.i. ..... . :i . mil i linn'- ..in i.ni.1. iii- nir . .1 . i ' io inai i.i ii.e .Mm, n uiri.MKii. iMiur at I, -la. The Fun la uin i ' . I.. I I .1 . i .i i . "" 1 1 1 1 1 Hijf ii no .u,.l it ..n. i... ,. .r.,,..K if Mr. M - r. I,., I iwtii.i ili I -lie w lint n.r nf ,1 I. I r i ,i xioin i. bo antborita lirlv. nr.' unable to .iy, that , Mr. T -Hi, in- who ha liji .iin l.:i- w f a rv liire a. ri ajfr of land in and around T"ln,...

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. — 5 August 1904

v' 1 AN OLD NEWSPAPER. Salem and Crayneville Mail Route. Wo arc wry much fsurpriwd to hear f the new route not Ix-ing The New York Herald of April 15, st factory Im-cuso the 1U J j Salem, View, I'ra.vneville and 1865. in hands of Dr. Fra:er. mmy yx Hw n!)ing I the route nre higlily pleased witli it Or. Frazer, of this city, has in j for it is a great convenience nndsome hi possession one of the oldest j thing that tins large sect ion of coun ' newfpapers possibly in tll oiinty. , try has never In-fore had the pleasure i! This paper is the New York Iler- of enjoying, and certainly we dt- iHnrn (Edlejr Atlfl-eitn By PROF. ALFRED E. STEARNS, Principal of tht Phillip Andovr Aeidimr. I IK first duty of the school as well as the college, is to train its students mentally, morally and physically. In themselves, athletics offer splendid opportunities for this training, but athletic contests are coming to he regarded more and more an end rather than a means. Far too much importance is attach...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 5 August 1904

HOT WEATHER. And Thunder Stormi Predicted for August by Irl R. Hicks. IliekH weather fun-curt fur Au- gUHt fnlloWH: The regular Vidian rtorm tH-rind in central im tin- llnl. Tin- eiilmi tinting diiyn of tin' period will he the Jtrd, 4th ait-l r.th. On n,l touching tlu-Hc. (lute gem-nil torm eoiiditinnH will develop mid mw from Went to Knrt nerowi the conn try. K-ctiiniH which have Un vicited by ninny eli-etrinil, ruin nml hail rtonnx, during imirli of July ami Augut, will mort likely have the name character of Murine during this M-rixl. After heavy rtorm nml hlurtcr uhoiit the I'.rd. Letter From Toppenish, Wash. 1'car Kditor: There in a m-nxe nf loyalty to "home" that Critten den kij-s carry with tin-in that catixcn them to often write hack ami tell of the thingH t!iey have wen in their wundcringH, ami to do the name tiling haH rtruck nie now. The emigration from Crittenden to Washington lart March and April wan larger than has ever gone out from our county to any one place in my me...

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. — 5 August 1904

m , : 11 J, MEW We are after yourtrade and if Prices are any obiecfyoa will trade with us for we can sell you goods cheaper than anybody. WHY? BECAUSE WE SELL FOR CASH. I i ff? FTrl TT5TTT? CASH STORE I .m nun i : V. ''.! 1 i, f ' The Very Best Calico 4 1-2 and 5c Hoosier Brown Domestic Sc A Good Yard Wide Bleech 6c A Better One "- ....61-2c Hope Bleach 7 l-2c 5 and 6c Lawn 4c 7 1-2 and 8 l-3c Lawn 5c 10c Lawn 71-2c 12 1-2 and 15c Lawn 10c These Prices are an index to our en tire Dress Goods Stock. Come in and let us Show you how much money we can save you on a Suit of Clothes. We have cut the Price on them just the same as we have on our Calico. Our Shoes are the Best and the Price is Reduced on every Pair. Come and See our Line of Shirts and Overalls. Our $1 and $1.25 Shirts all go at 90c Our 50 and 60c Shirts all go at 45c Our 50 and 60c Overalls all go at 45c Our 25 and 30c Shirts all go at 23c Our Bargain. Day Lasts Six Days Every Ulcck Don't Spend a Dollar until you .look thro...

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. — 5 August 1904

LOCAC BREVITIES. U. J. Morris, Dentist, Marion. Fred Myers, ot Tolu, was here Monday. Jesse Karris, of Salem, was. here, Tuesday. F. W. Itillart is visiting in Oak land City, Ind. IVltner Jtal.b, of Pincy, wan in 6n Monday. returned from Was in (C. B. Hiim moved hia family from Tolu to the Belt place near the brick yard. - ' ' Miss Muliiula Metz, of (,'useyville, in in the eity the guest, of her brother. Ed Met. Thou. W. Champion mid Miss Daisy Towery attended the Hamp ton tump ineetiiiK Sunday. Misses Feii Watlien, of Ford's Ferry, and Clara Nunn, of Rodney, wi re guests of Miss Sadie Rankin last Week. N'olile Hill in attending the Fair and Mr, (ieo, M. ('rider and Minn Willxirn are distributing the mail this week. J. A. Guess went to -EvatiHville Thursday. The Zion workers left for Sturgi Thursday morning. , J. V. Blue and children returned from St. I mix Saturday. . Minn Addie Franks Is visiting friend in Salem thin week. Mr. and Mr. B. WillH.rn, of Ford Ferry, were in town Monda...

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. — 5 August 1904

i Sheriff's Sale For Taxes! y virtue of taxes due the county of Crittenden and .1. W. l-ainl', S. C. C. for the year l!KKi, I or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, the Hth day of August, l!Htl, Mwirn the hours of lOo'eloek, a. in., ami 2 o'eloek, ). in., at the court hull' door in Marion, in Crittenden eounty, Kentucky, expose to I'l'B I.IC SALE, to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following property (or so much thereof as may U necessary to satisfy the amount of taxes due aforesaid and costs) to wit: Adams, Sandy It, lot in Marion, tax llKK! and costs 22.7."j Clark, Jos J, 1") a near 1' S Max- j well, tax '0:5 and costs 4!),7 Crowe, Mrs Carrie, lot in Marion tax '0:J and costs i:.10 , (irifliitli, Aaron F, lot in Marion j tax '0:1 and costs 11 .!." ; Hammond, (iiveii (5, 1 a mar It V Wilson, tax '02-'J: and ! . A"ost8 ").4) "uiiivau, warv . i."iiiiciir uai- Henry, James, lot in Marion, tax thew llrantley, (Kl tax Aeost lJ.'.Hl '(Kl and cost 27.11 Vi. k, Jno F, 200 a near...

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. — 5 August 1904

1 uM lo li tlx cattle out and putting a th bar Wmilil stand alone a spars, perhaps, and aa up at tht stars, -TkHi I would lake a slaiwa around taeea that all i right -,.' tlefore I shook the lantern out, and went in for the night And aat with mine own people 'neath tht rafters lime-embrowned. Before Ihe wide anil open grata while eliailuwa danced around, C thlnf.it now aa plain at then, lier father in.il to alt, And molhar In rar rocklng-chalr "uu;4 slowly rork anil kill:. And1 alatrr on hir patehwork ijullt with llnsra deft ami slim Would work ami hum. It all romea bark Imm out the years imwn dim; And I ran are .il l smii Ihvr ill, tl.e light on hi old fare, wVlmre he could hew and the and aplt In ihe old flrrplm r. raii'1fiithr wua "Hlr Oraele" wlihln our liumli.e cut ; Wf at (ren'ther aald waa in; 'twaa no e'en II leaa not; tlla aavlng an Jual maila It to: he chewed ml niat and rhrwed. Aad when he aike r all k'pl a'lll and' ' rut Willi mien aiibdur.l, j And n niaht he'd -at ire w...

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. — 5 August 1904

LOCAL NEWS. RODNEY. Mrs. (i. M. Kuss,., of Marion, vifitwl hero Sunday. Grismmi Paughtcry arc thresh ing wheat in the M vicinity. Miss Sue Moore, of Marion, was here Sunday. Our school willU'gin August 15th instead of August 1st as re ported last week. Janics Xcwcoin, the traveling op tician, is spending a few days Ht home. W. S. Hicklin, of Marion, was here Monday. Joe M. Pavis went to Kcptoii Sunday. Misses Clara and Addie Nunr. are inaking preparations to attend the World's Fair. C. M. Clift went to Marion Sat. urday. Willie I'owell, of Mattoon, was here Thursday. Mi F.dilh Pavis, Clara Nunn und MaUl Wilson liave returned from the Institute. They are very! . ...I i...:. ..f tl.w eiiuiiisuir',,. in un n m.h- w'i- m-ssion h etlorts. I CUITUI IKin j CilUrt Treswell and family of raducah, ca over )a-t we. k to visit relatives. l!dl Kisoii, of Illinois, wax In n Saturday. The Klondike mine ju-t acn the Cuii.U Hand river from Vick lurg was rmpi r.nl on Monday, Ju ly .'"). I). M. S'hult...

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. — 12 August 1904

VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1904. NUMBER 5. ACROSS THE OHIO TTie f atrvlew Mining Co. Putting j in The Most Modern Machinery. THE FUTURE OF GOLC0NDA. ;'mr ""' "",IKM J " :nv,'r f"r lt"U,rt" ('"- "f Marion. 1 Tiik Faikvikw M,M.r..,.mL lFairvi,,a.hor, ,1,,,,,,,. f, ' "V"' "V" i,'" " the ( Ihio river and -il.lv a mile Jroin .l.ihn M. l ean's Ko.i Claire r. -rty, i in os ration. Mana g r r.i.-.k. who r.ntly a-tiiii.d the direction of atTair. i a Calif.. r pi. Mi who has had a wry thorough training in lth practical and (Int.. r ti al mining. I The pp.lsrty in lllidcriiliu a letaiiiorphiw that iiroinin 1 , It the future. b v.N have Ufii mn at IKInud Lll feet d. nth i t t).e working shaft nnd nt.. Mart - l. Ill the st... oil the lirt level fully J'l ton of llm.r -ui turr) illg aU'llt 11 to lit of g:il. na, have U-. ii hn.k. n down. Thi ore w ill rfinaill III the Mope until wanll ivl Ihe mill, U iiigdrawu U.n frnm time to liniijio rlice the rong,. tie m...

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. — 12 August 1904

THE PROFESSOR ON POLITICS. Professor Ebcnccier Smith Talks About Office Holders. Resolutions. Oak Grove Sunday School. V the committee on resolution, desire to represent this convention in expressing their thanks. First, To the people of Oak I rove eoinniunity fur the interest they have taken in preparing for the convention and doing all in their power to make it a success. Skcono, To tin-county and dis trict oll'ieers for their elliciciit and consecrated work. Tiuiil', To the .cakcrs for their interesting and intruetivi Jtalks. Koi urn, To the various classes for their excellent music. Kimi, We express our high .ap preciation for the presence and " x- cellent services of Secretary L A. Kox. .1. V. I'lU. K ColUlllittec. A. A. I'riloK T. M. lln i. Quite extensive adver t i s i n g -throughout t!ie county during the past Week has hcell done hy solne IhhIv ill the interests of Professor Khencezc r Smith. It si ems that Prof. Kit. is a sort of a sanc'iilie I political economist. He dtHS...

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. — 12 August 1904

I it tar AC M Tte Sum ol $5SS4Vas Valid ta Mu!q ft Marion Graded School Jif 'fil Puoiis will find tha voir Af I OA A 9. all the good of the old with many new and 6 splendid features. Same management for 8 eleven years. g 1 School Begins Sept. 12, 1904 H Address or call on S CHARLES EVANS MARION, KY. H. K. Woolm Woods 8c Orme DRUGGISTS. I CI--I. Large Stock Varnishes. Wall Paper. Largest Line onrushes in the State. Prt'p-criptions Carefully Compounded l.y two Registered rharmacists. I 1t:r. ITT I VI fiWMCUC 1 lii i-t 1 1 il? Fi ifiin . Air l ,.i,oi. .it. r no. I F. trie cl i'I 'I 1 it Wi L. 1 1 IT 11 4 'Tru-t I'u Mil. t, l,oii -illc. Kv. Fairbanks, Morse & Company, ,,,I!U.K...I , m . ... hi lt i-oiitniii" "i n iin, f . pantry, Louisville, Ky. . . r.Hi'i.i-. if.! t.ii.i,-. i,. i. hou-e, "ill lioll.'. Ml .ke liollx', 2 T"I well. t f"iit.iiii a. ri , nil in is.n.litu.ii J;. Y. Tinm, ITSQQQ."- r Mr- L Moitiin .it.in k. .who In Cuh Prizes will be given away to per sons guessing neares...

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. — 12 August 1904

SB jlESWOVAL SALE! It's Easier to Move Money Than Furniture. !.i 't- r't: We have purchased the Moore & Paris Lumber Company's large brick building opposite our present stand, and are getting ready to put therein one of the best and most up-to-date lines of Furniture ever in Marion. We do not want to move our present stock, we want to sell it. In order to so we give you the most re markable inducements ever offered in Furniture for the next 20 days. Here fire Prices That Will Move Our Stock! ' 1 ' I; t ,1 Fine Kitchen Cabinets $10 Beautiful Iron Bedsteads $3 to $15 Best Mattresses $1.10 to $11.00 Bed Springs 2.20 to 5.00 Fine Dressers 7.00 to 18.00 Elegant Folding Beds $15.00 to $35.00 Chiffoniers $8.00 to $15.00 Everything else in proportion. REMEMBER THIS SALE . LASTS FOR ONLY 20 DAYS Che Crittenden Record, LSSl'KO WEEKLY. JAS. L CHITTENDEN, Publisher. Citizens ol Salem to Organize Compa subscription, per year, one dollar. nj And Put in Telephones. Entrr-1 at wnrnWhu matter Ju...

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. — 12 August 1904

1 1$ Svhs tor $8.50 worth $12.50 I 750 5.50 5.oo " 3.75 " 10.00 8,oo 7.50 5.50 fa is is fa is f Yandcll-Giwenheim 3 51?422JS5l$S222. The Only Place to get these and Get Suited 1 Lawns lor 3Jc per yard Best Calico 5c u . Best Domestic 5c " ft v Si Wind up of The Season is Nigh! And it is indeed a chance for Money Saving as our Entire Stock must go. It's a case of Making Money for you and us Getting Rid of Goods. The Best Stock of Goods at the Price of Trash. All our Clothing, Dry Goods and Summer Goods Without Profits. i 1 i ivaf ii a&u 1 1 1 1 JbC4I . Yandcll-Guscnheim And Goods You Want at Sacrifice Prices, LOCAL BREVITIES. i i ..... J. V. 1 I i -l.ni.l.iv. of T"In, wa In lc M.iurii i-Mi.ii.l.u. I'.ii f T. Ill, In rr . M. I...IX MiiiuLiv. of I'im v, x a In rr A. J. liilh mli-ii w.i- in I'.i.hiial 'i M.mliy. j. it. ii.ua, .,f i:.-ii v Mninl.iv. W nli r union N-a-.m ha iiirivnl. I'. I'.. Croft, i'f Ti'in, ixa i i r -Frii'av. ('. W. !" x wa in t!a i il.v M-mlay. I'r. ('. I. ir.iv,...

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. — 12 August 1904

1 - .! . S! V, si ;i a; r' u s r !. r i ;i ,i ' "I I HOW THE WAR NEWS COMES (Jnltaj M)Utt& $mmnUh By SAMUEL H. HUDSON, Of Dartmouth College. 1 1 1 1,1 it is a grave question, whether athletic skill and! superiority are not given too much attention in some of ,v institutions of our country, ami whether the element of pro- j fessionalisni is not occasionally too prominent, the practical ' good reached by a well-regulated system of athletics in col- j leges and an enthusiastic sttppi rt of sueli a stent ly all con-, nceted with the college, cannot he denied. Such a system j calls for the selection of nun of intelligence as will as health and good habits, ami these essentials are always reckoned 1 With. and. in fact, were considered requisites by Cecil Rhodes in his , mat and g uerous effort to make the Kngli-h-peaking student a world power. An important feature of college life is often lost sight of by those authorities for encouraguf; athletic sport. llusi w I", ho criticize eol.e...

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. — 12 August 1904

OC3 0 n n: ME Marion -The Crittenden? COM The Up-to-Date Western Kentucky Newspaper It contains all the lest (ieneral news and all the Local news in Crittenden and Livingston counties. It is read in the home everywhere. If you are not a suhscriher already, sul scrik' now. $1. Going at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick and Choice ol the Beit Journals Will be Found in Our Clubbing List. We will send Tl!K Crittkn- DKN IJkcord and either of the following journals lth oxk YKAR for price named: Tin CmmMiM Ct im wit'i in imiitti W.i kly Ki.iiirr l ' l'iiiill.- H-ml-l .-..", N. bmi ,IMM r,,. j Coiirii r-.l-iirii.-il W.-.klv Nii-lit illi- Aim ri. iin l.J.'i Or wo will send The Kkcokd and the Weekly Knquirer, lMth. and either of the following journals onk ykaic for price named: Tin' riiiiiiniH r .'.in llir' l til.tr Mik'iiiM Vi. k' KI'-mI M i iiii. i .7'i K.iiim ( ' 1 1 M.ir ,7i ( .in....it.tn M.iKiiin Hhm K.iriin r .'.Hi N.iti"li;il M.k klu. ill nii'l r.irnnr 'J.J"i !ri"l r ti.i' Hi' 7", N ii lit ...

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. — 12 August 1904

THE NEW CASH STORE ! We are after your trade and if Prices are any object you will trade with us for we can sell you goods cheaper than anybody. WHY? BECAUSE WE SELL FOR CASH. The Very Best Calico 4 1-2 and 5c Come in and let us Show you how much money we can CoiTlC find ScC OUT LlIIC of Shlf tS Hoosier Brown Domestic 5c save you on a Suit of Clothes. We have cut the Price on j Avot.0 A Good Yard Wide 31eech 6c them just the SQme Qg we have Qn ouf Caljco aild VCrailS. BetteRr,0n? Our $1 and $1.25 Shirts all tfo at 90c saTd 6c Ltn'::::::::::::::::.. t Our Shoes are the Best and the Price our so and 60c shirts oil at 45c ,,-,0,,. crj i t Our 50 and 60c Overalls all go at 45c 7 12 and 8i-3c Lawn ...5c 1S Reduced On CVCry Pair. Our 25 and 30c Shirts all go at 23c 10c Lawn 7 l-2c 12 1-2 and 15c Lawn 10c -Our Bargain Day Lasts Six Days Every Ulcck... Don't Spend a Dollar until you look through our Stock for we can show you where WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. WHY? BECAUSE WE SELL FOR CASH. Yours ...

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