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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 10 March 1905

LOCAL BREVITIES. K. J. Morrin, Dentist, Mnrioii. .J. II. Tonkin returned Sunday from Chicago. J. I. Furris, of Salem, was in the city Friduy. All orders promptly filled. M "II II h A 1 1i hii.mii. Mr. Tom Clifton is a guest of relatives ut I'li'lui'iili. ltcst (imlitirn in gsids tn il low est prices at tin- I'.m.ai k. Mix Sallie IhIkk' visited rela tives ut Fredonia Tui'Hiliiy. M. W. Akcrs, of Ihralur, III., aim in tin? city thin week. Luther Farmer, of (hvciisUiro, vi"ited KiniitH here Sumliiy. (). I.. Yick.nf Hampton, entered the Normal In re this week. Itright iih How lights at Wool. intii.r. A Mkt.' Uirhcr hh. U'h Mkt, & Si:di'h:iiiiv, tin; Imr bera. J. P. Heed, of Kuttuwa, was in the city tlim week. (). I. lingers, of Shoals, lud., wan here thin week. V. I). Wulliiigford now occupies his new livery stable. Iloscoc Thompson, of Livingston county, was hero tliin week. Mr. ami Mrs. It. L. Nichols, of Ki ptoii, viniti.-il here Tuesday. latest styles in Oxfords for men, women an...

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. — 10 March 1905

-M"Mw':s':'i 1 Inhabitants of the Philippines J I' : !:':-':-" ':-C'C-'- The riiilippines are uImhiI IiHXI in nunilH'r, of which Luzon is the largest and Manila is the eapital. Manila is situated on Manila Hay and is the largest eity. Manila Jlay is n law land loeked IkhI.v of water full of sharks, .-uhniarine mines and filth. There arc more than "(HI triU's of the natives speaking more than 70 different languages. In Manila Knglish is spoken some. In most of the smaller towns Spanish is spoken, the native languages ad-; . herinc to the trilies of the country , . . and mountainous regions. The liomnn Catholic religion, in a crude way. in professed hy most of the civilized trilis of l.uon. while those half-civilized profess various creeds which have I teen handed down from their ancestor? from India, lirahmanism licing most eomnion. Some worship the sun, some the stars, some a favor ite dog, some large trees, some large inland bodies of water, and a great many worship idols of their ...

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. — 10 March 1905

X ljr Srurar&a IBlitrlf (Ernnm Eliuwtimt tn a JJntfrsmmt By DR. HENRY O. MARCY. fanner Prttliltnl of Ih American Mcillrat Attnrlillon and I ha American Academy of Madliin. A MILDER CLIMATE In Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas m Slin k I':IHH' s tt'll It) tvvrlvc llMintllf ill tin' yenr, tHu ;iml time t). Ki'uxv in n m;i-"Ii. Nmv is tin- timr t' lik up ;i lipintiiiii xvliilr the 1: 1 1 1 1 is clii;ii. On Ki lnuaiv Ttli mi'I '.MM iiiid Murrli Ttl 1 -.'1st. ('ottull lull I'.U'Y rich ami iutltu'iit ial man of affairs a former sen- j l!"Mtc xv ill wll i iiim I trip Iihiiii ator ami a leader in l.otli church ami Mate, surprised me ,k''s tiikits frmn St. buiie, one day as lie was rcc.M ri.iK from ilu- ildinnni of his ! Tl'.' U s'. (':'ir" 11,1,1 t "" " ...tl..: .1 ..i. .. ... iM'llllS III lllmxr I i :i 1 1 it I Stiltrs at N 'I ",s "",r-v: ",,c",r' "" .V or.m, fan- nlns xv l,v it makf nioiu-) lo this I scnii.layfiillv replied that I sup- nmki l.ss than posed all men liked to make money, lie tp...

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. — 10 March 1905

THE OLD RELIABLE FIRM ! $ I HAVE COME AND COME TO STAY ! w, BlacKf ord, Kentucky, $1 W. D. Crowcll G. H. Nunn C. E. Nunn Edwin Walker i CroweU-Nunn HAVE PURCHASED THE ENTIRE STOCK OF R. N. GRADY AND- -ARE BACK AT THE OLD STAND WITH A LARGE STOCK OF- Co. K iHa rdware and Furniture! Farming Implements, Machinery, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Stoves, Tinware, Sewing Machines, Fertilizer, Field Seeds, Etc. m I We Own the Blackford Roller Mil Is I Manufacturers of High Grade Flour, Meal and Bran. We pay the Highest Market Price for Wheat and Corn. Custom Grinding a Specialty. We feel very thanKtvl to our Iormcr customers lor the liberal patronage received in the past and j$J thanKina you in advance tor any favors yov may show us in the way ol your patronage in the future, Of? believing that we are better able to supply your wants than ever bclore, we remain, Blackford, Ky. Your Obedient Servants m Business, CROWELL-NUNN COMPANY.! ' VtifMifViifVi 'Mi V f V v , v v v t . v . tv im v v tv . . ...

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. — 17 March 1905

fitfeBictoi 3Se VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 19)5. NUMBER 36. The znfm IMPORTANT '.lining News of the Week The Fair Weather is Followed By Great Activity. I "rin- fliipiiM-ni-i for the last week I included line car of zinc, making m ' all s :;.7iM) II,.. an follows: M cars gravel llunr spur -i:u;,7VO ' 1 ur mixed " "il.lUOj 7 'fir- uri ni'l " ''i,"S( 1 car zinc lU.IKH) ( lur l-r:i in h correHnoiidctit savs I trie Rogue mine is again in oper ation, also tliut the Kentui ky Fluor Spar fii. i- putting up hiiiiii' good I u il 1 1 i i i n- ut tlir Matthews mini's and (liLViiiLT :i lann' ismil on tht ! Information Bureau By PHILOSOPHER- All Qvcstions ChecrtvUy Answered to the Entire Satisfaction ol the Editor. Janice Meredith, Mullikcn. Which in irnNr, to cxtcn.l the right or left hand in bidding gtssl j night to a young gentleman caller? If the young gentleman U fairly I to it. Kany Companies Making Permanent I Yan1, 11 "l'l" rt v ,,,r "uli"K P"- rhinI...

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. — 17 March 1905

tuc ri r Dd iadi rr cmmi i I IIU 1 ULIMUUU I 1 1 IYI i ' kft Sfe H W. D. Crowcll jf G. H. Nunn jfe C. E. Nunn H Edwin Walker BlacKford, Kentucky. -HAVE PURCHASED THE ENTIRE STOCK OF R. N. GRADY AND--ARE BACK AT THE OLD STAND WITH A LARGE STOCK OF- " ! j HAVE COME AND COME TO STAY ! Crowell-Nunn Co, $ 8! He and Furnitur Farming Implements, Machinery, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Stoves, Tinware, Sewing Machines, Fertilizer, Field Seeds, Etc. a: Own the Blackford Roller Mills! Manufacturers of High Grade Flour, Meal and Bran. We pay the Highest Market Price for Wheat and Corn. Custom Grinding a Specialty. We feel very thanKful to our former customers for the liberal patronage received in me past ja thanKing you in advance for any favors you may show us in the way ol your patronage in the future, $ believing that we are better able to supply your wants than ever before, we remain, and 52: Your Obedient Servants in Business, Blackford, Ky. G R O W ELL-H U N W COMPANY VV'V'V'''s's'''''.V'sv...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 17 March 1905

FAMOUS MINE i i i ; wlio (leniaiid lliat lie yield to the Yakima Valley, where land can I f(! f Discovered in 1765 and Then Lost ; for More Than a Century. inn. oUKCI Jr dUlA,&d3 xiilc (if liis empire not a jot of the, still lie hail at rea.nnahle price in I i in iN-ri:i I JHiver Hint has 'iniio toju mild ami healthful climate, ami him from his ancestors. j for information regarding land and He is called iimiii hy theK'ople liunim-M ocnings in other territory to jjive them greater liln ity. served hv the Northern I'acific, ask , , He is iliri ntcnccl I iv his kiiisiiH ii for Series (i (i7. ; A correspondent from iiihh- villc. Kadi comity, ti the l,oiii-wlle J'nM recently said: ! "After havillK lucil loM almost :i Century ami a half, and after Imv iii l'cn -ear. Iieil for in aliin,- every county in the Kastei n Km-1 tucky iiioimtiiins, the famuli- Sift ; Silver Mine Ims lit at Ui h foiiu.l 1 in a i me in the mountain fa-tin of Carter fount-, The di erv Has liuide, hi a telephone ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 17 March 1905

a Buy Where You Watch for Yandel.-Gugenheim Go's Can get the LARGEST ASSORTMENT and LOWEST PRICES Yandell Gugenheim Company SPMNG OPEHIWfi WE ARE NOW RECEIVING ALL OUR GOODS FOR THE COMING SEASON AND HAVE A HARVEST OF Bargains For You. IF YOU CARE TO MAKE MONEY GET OUR PRICES ! New Dry Goods Dress Goods Clothing Hats and Caps Shoes and Furnishings Yandell Gugenheim Company 6) a a a a Cfte Crittenden Record. ISSUE.) WKEKIA. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN t Editors ind C. H. VHITEHOUSE , Publisher.. SUBSCRIPTION. PER YEAR, ONE DOLLAR. OiiA.MU.hR Wc arc iiutht.ii.ed tu an nounce Joseph Lopm Chandler a can- SWORN CIRCULATION 1532. The sworn average circulation from t . .1.. IC ...... A- O t .- J. aJUlY U, 13"), lO fM'UU 1J, 11, l i . i I . J larcuuuion increasing weekly, ana iii now about iMsi. Advertising con tract, solicited. " Tin way ,.. n'.ii- ii I'lnM a fuir t 1 t didute for the office of a.c.v.r of 1 """r 111 11Ir " "' '" ,r,,1-' 11 P : Crittenden county, subject to the in luxury, hut t M-e ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 17 March 1905

you wkni in WE HAVE IT! Fvrifhinii Now f.lo.nn and Stvlish and at a VERY LOW PRICF Our .Stock te tfj Complete in Every Line. CLOTHING. If you have never worn any of, our Ready Made Suits, you have seen others wearing them, and you have noticed the difference. Ours cost you no more than others, but wear longer, fit better and liuiu tiiii auafv ux t vvi man an wtuvis Dress Goods and Waistings Novelty NccKwcar Lace Curtains, Embroideries Carpets, Rugs and Mattings Complete Line of White Goods SHOES, OXFORDS and SLIPPERS The Kind that Wears Longer, Fits Better and Give Better Satisfaction than all others. We have them for Men, Boys Womeu and Girls. Lion Brand Shirts and Collars. gg NO TROUBLE - - - TO - - - AND SHOW GOODS ' f V MVS A Pleasure to Please. . ....... a .. , . A a. . A al A A l A A Ml A A At A A l I fML. StZ. ?a 7 J-W J-. 22lfIJJKrK?IK?mjr? 01 IV tx t" I V" rK"" rK- VtV t TAYLOR & CANNAE i t i LOCAL BREVITIES. It. .I. M'rri-. IVnti.t, Marion. ' All iT'Iin promptly lill.-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 17 March 1905

't 7 (t - I .1 i old rub You may get plenty of exercise and at the same time your stomach and bowels will (jet out of fix. You wonder why It's easy. You rat a cold meal in the middle of the day, wash it down with hot coffee or cold beer, finishing off with a lot of in digestible pastrv ami co hack to digestible pastry ami back to work. If you will take a dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin every night, it will unload your itorruch and bowels and you will soon be able to cit anything without suffering. W V.. O-walt. of Oltumwa la whim under tt.lt of April 1. Ill: I Ukr ifc.t nil.t to inform tou of the Wr tit I have rereiee., froio uftinr your Svrup IVpin I hat lieen troubled for Hire tear witi. mr auiniaih. In tec! could banllv keep ili.wn ai.vttiiuf I wild, w. and had i-m iwiin thu and 190 villi doctor, wtiboul arum relief. One Uar I taw Srrup Pe.in .lTe-n.eJ uod m I had tried e vert th ti.tr el I save Sirup I'apvu a anal, and after the flnl n,e. I could eat wnb out. nauaeoua fi-eli...

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. — 17 March 1905

X GENERAL NEWS. lidou. Smilw will o mill; try it. A MILDER CLIMATE j W'oiiIh . an lx clinngcd to HW.nln; j dun 'I try it. In Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas Church Director)'. Mkthoiust Cm in ii. "1 I'ANTOK, J. (. MrAfiw. I'Kf.M lllNli.-iv.-ry Niiniluy ul 11 11. m. 1 Snl)AV Sclliml. c-yi-ry .Suml.iy ut 9:;Hi. m. l'.v dr.isivr voir tin' IlliiiiUvn 1 1,. 1,1 .. ,,,, l.i i ii 1 mi'il niitiiiiL' IVshyttry lis. m- " rm.nl in shaft Im lists an . dncttim) ll,:(t U . ' """ .w,r M..iW -wry w ri, . f II ' I ' 1- 111 l,M 'I'1'1 INli-l- I jaur m iiiiiiHiUK uii' midline. Winn i. no U-'' In nun. liW'TKr Oil l ' iiniw in u m iisoi) . N is th.-tiim M , (,,,t;iill ;m ... innk i. u i..,.ti.... ii- on way. 411) .SuriiUv ut It tt. in I f ri:ini1i' pl'. -liytcl il-s fnr IHtfli.tS. ' i i ; . I j 'I In- town- i.f nll.-...k and St. ,.,,,,ii,.,. Il.iviiit: ..litiiilii'd sin "" .' ' ' -., , .,, . , ''' ''" .... , , i , I .. i Ml I'rhrimrv I It SHIM -Sisi stun, Hnixux ami Hr.-iM:.NMi.r:-ri.. Swltmluy n!,i,,,n. .ri...

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. — 17 March 1905

LOCAL NEWS. VIEW. Charley Williamson ami family, of Union county, visited his father, Honice Williamson, last week. tuile a nuniucr iroin mreai- tended the sale of Thomas Brash-; ears near Francis Saturday. Mr. ' Urashear will leave for Indian Ter ritory soon. Oscar Pogue, of Francis, was hen? tidies, is visiting the Misses Trim last week, hie and the family of I'shcr Clem- F M. Clements has a fine pirn- j ent. of timher which he was offered' ,J. J, Bryant and C. I). Iavis S000 for recently. ; were in l'adueah last week. Fred Clements is having hi' Prof. R. F. Rnhbwasut Isdii and house remodeled and when com-'salem dnmnniiig fur his normal pleted, will have a beautiful home, 'last week. J. I. Clements wmt to Marion ; Miss I,ou Culver, ho taught the Saturday. primary grades hen' so successfully, I'olk Klkcns, who has Urn very returned to her home near Birds sick at J. C. Matthews all winter, J vl' h' Monday, is reported better. ! Mrs. Ada (loodloe, of SmithLind, SISCO CHAPEL - I The ...

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. — 24 March 1905

EOTrHL VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1935. NUMBER 37. UK ZINC Tin- Cnliiiiil'U Mine, under tin-; while lure lie stated to a represcnt-iliri-ctiiiii of tin1 lessees, Messrs. i ative of Tiik Hkcoiiii tlmt In-wan ' Waikiu and I 'reseller, commenced exi'cediriL'ly anxious to have the i . . tin- shipment f r.im- concentrates , hiight.st kind of it searchlight on M la-t. It seems to ! turned on tin' entire matter from Found bv J W WiUnn fr some mpl to , t!i very liit imrptionof tin; cnter- 'thn.g. Wntkiii-lh-cschfr to Im- a gn.nl pair to draw to seems pri-e to date, ami tlmt very likcry son ii' of 1 1 in ui I'li'lui ah friends CIRCUIT COURT Little Work Being Done-Grand Jury Still In Session. and set them all in motion. To reject tin- organic work of the Holy Spirit in tin- kingdom of nature means to reject (oid's last agency, which places man Isyond redemp tion ho far afl his physical welfare is concerned. h the Vicinity of Crittenden Springs. F. Julius ...

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. — 24 March 1905

EDUCATIONAL BALLOT. Republican Primary Election to be Held on Saturday, April 1st 1905. County Judge Walter A.BlackbunO Aaron Towery .... O A. A. Deboe D County Attorney James A. Moore . . D Carl Henderson . . . Q Shcrifl Alonzo J. Duvall . .1 I t William A. WoodallD J. Frank Conger . . .Q WiUiam S. Hicklin . H J. F. Flanary O Jailer Patrick C Gilbert . Q Albert H. Travis . . D John P. Morgan . . . d Assessor J. Anthony Davidsonl I Joe L Chandler . . . ED WUliam H Ordway CI Coroner Charlie WalKcr . . . U W. F. Holcomb . . . 3 ' County Supt. o! Schools John D. Paris ; . . . ,Q Robert A. LaRue . . Q ELECTION OFFICERS For Republican Primary to be Held Saturday. April 1. 1905. :::: Teachers' Training Class h hf. J v-;. I . riai k -. : : : " ::... A a revietv fur leather-, lit u t.ikr a .a intf c!.im :it tin- K".-x 1 i.fjiillll. What W.l- tin- iliri.'.-i of The f'llwink' a li.-t of t!' tl,i. jj...n 1.' Sum- -ay that it wa iledion ill'utT!' for the nuLlican intemleil to uxt mini rt.iin ! ...

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. — 24 March 1905

Dignity of Labor BY COOHMJUIM, j I-iiIkt claiiiiH the jji'i utrsl iini y of all times. After tin; xii1m.ii from I'M. ii, liil,r (I,,,) alut il wliirli, f..r want of a IVtt. r term, wc rail it 'lenity. Tln-rc in irt lalir a ivrtnin i 1 1 l m 1 1 1. 1 1 1 dc- JtClldl IHC that - l-uri irM ttith it (In' iiUii tliat with it I ran ilo nil tiling, ' witliiiut it imtliiiiK. Tin- Litins, hw it "hilmr iinniiu vincit," mul 1 never was anything nn.ic truly tun Thi n- i? an ll ami v. ry t i 1 1 1 i tmyiiiK t tint you raninit ku ii A FAMOUS R.EMEDY IS INDEFINITE Dedication of the K. of P. Home Postponed. Startling Mortality, SUtiwtics uliow Htartling mortali ty, from appendicitis and pcritoni tin. To prevent and euro tlirse awful discitics, then: in just om re liable remedy, Dr. King's New j I'll'' I'ills. M. Flannery, of 11 j The di'dieatioii of the Knight of j C'lif-t. m House Place, Chiea,'o, ,1'ytliian Widow-' and Orphans' ' says: "They have no equal for ll'iine near I-exinnton, has l ei n j ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 24 March 1905

1 Lot ch-St ring is on The Outside ! 1 ' I'l l i Spring Clothing ! The Kind to Dress You up. We'll vemuiv to say that there is not a clothing house in the country that has not jrot clothes to sell But mark you, our JS Suits are so Different! Now we invite every Man, Boy and Child to call and see our Great Line of Suits and Pants! and we will show you how you can wear the best clothes for less money than you ever saw. Prices and Goods Inside ! Our great stock is open for inspection and it is for you to look at and pass judgment. It's worthy of a look and all are invited. We intend to make this cur Banner Year, and we feel that the stock we have and the prices we make you entitles us to all your trade. SffOE lf)MEN "- w-f Mors Dress Goods ! That will do credit to us, as well as anv lady or child that will wear them. All the Novelties. See the ones you would like. Silks. Waistings, Dress Goods. White Goods. Dry Goods. We Save You Money on Any thing You Buy. New Styles in Mens and Boys ...

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. — 24 March 1905

SPRING HOW Md! Of New and Seasonable Goods In Every Department. ji Tailor.-.) en the In-m-h, hnl fin ami will aliMtlutcly hulil their CLOTHING! CLOTHING ! The must complete line of Mens, Youths and Hoys ready. to-wear Clothing ever brought to this market. To appreciate this fact you "see" for yourself. Our policy is MERIT and the secret of superiority in Clothing lies in the making. .V'..! N A Large Shipment o! these just received tn all the Latest Slyljs and Patterns. Dress Goods ! In all the Latest Weaves and Fabrics. New Walstings. Nicest Line of Neckwear ever shown in the town. Don't tail to examine our line of Lace Curtains and Embroideries. Carpets, Rvfs and Mattings. New Line o! Hats and Caps. Foot Wear For All! Whether you are in favor of "RUS SIA" or Tans. "JAPAN" or Patent Leather, we can suit you in Shoes, Slippers and Oxfords, in the late Styles. W. L Douglas maKes the best Shoe on Earth. THINK OF IT I XV I DOUGLAS union COO no TDnimip : to T0 ., and A Pleasure to Please...

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. — 24 March 1905

, :l-' i ii : 'I 1 (! (I II a I! le -I Ll',: . t ll :. 1 HOUSEWIVES HEADACHES You don't know why you sut't'i r from headache and you arc apt to believe you have sonic ilire female trouble, hut its dollars to doughnuts that you arc wrong. Worn, n are i,r,M to put off the duties of Nature to i .u.. .i...:.... t ,u i tin iiu iu in. wiuu - ui me iiuiuc and when they do get time to go, the feeling has i.asM-d. Constipation results and then (ii i- un nil i iiv rtin iiV4iv.ti4V.iii. A a J V a .spoonful of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin every night before going to bed. Keep it up for a few weeks. A. F. Klopf. of Troy. Oh o. n.ir nt H ner'a IM-uUi'i-v. v.,.;, . t.;i'i'T,U,i. of June in. Mil : "My wife uml self ;,n, m ,,(T ui.,1 .n f,,r three or four veur. wait i ',iM:iv,.,n a: ! u k Heailm-tie. aii'l we rr,--,Y'l ji.tnu-i iii.twni relief tin liikn,r lr. ('a.ilwe.l. s.rui IV, ma. Tlif um' ,,l s, vitiii Ihiii.i h p-uir-.l mir iime.. liTeuriain. lo nnrniul cn,l,ti,,n. nJ aiih,.,ii:h we are fiei' f...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 24 March 1905

SHOT DEAD At Anniiton. Mo., and Wife and Child , Brought Home. How "Just as I Am" A MILDER CLIMATE Came to be Written. n Arkuuu, Louisiana, Texas In the March Delineator Allan Sutherland h'ivi-h an interesting w-1 St k r..nr(.s ttn t t twelve inontlis count of Ihe origin of "Just uh I j ,n th. year, two ami three erops i Ami." Charlotte KlliottV tauiotiH kmw in a hhi. Now i the time hvnm. After telling how the hymn! ''".,k "I' il liei I- em .111. location while the Church Directory. Methoihht Ciit'iicii. Paktor. J. R. McAfee. l'R'ACHINO, vry Sunday t 11 a. m. HenliAY Schoul every Rumlo at 910 a. m. I'ruyer Meeting every Wedm-frlay night. Uaiti.-t Ciii im.ii. Pastor, Rev. T. A. Conway. I'hi:a( iilNd, 2nl anil 4th Sumla at 11 . m . .. i i i:mii is t lie in. .i L. Ode Fryer, formerly of l.iviii?-j ', ' , hi Fehruury Tth ami '.'1st and .skhmon and HusiNiaw mkctino 2nd Saturday iiton eoun.y, ...id who married ,i ln;lr1' "fI"' ( ,,:,Hi,r M;l,:m 1 Mareh Tth ami 'JIM, Cotton I!. It ; , , ,,...

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. — 24 March 1905

Mi I Tflne CsisBi Store ! A Little Blow it or uur uwn. y SJ Tooting the horn is such a common every day business that we hesitate to lift ours and do the lonesome solo. Kvery Tom, Dick and Harry with anything to sell gets up like a rooster and toots his clarion and the tune is ever the same "I AM Till) KKST." They have no more right to a horn of their own than they have to the esteem and good wishes of the public. The man who sells the cheapest sort of trash can just as easily brag about good quality and sujieriority as the urn that sells the best and find enough to believe it to make the bragging pay. SAYING SO DONT MAKE IT SO, BUT THESE PRICES DO ! (3 V, 1 ft E The Best Calico 4 l-2e. . The Best Apron Gingham oo. Hope Bleeched Domestic 7c. B. F. Constogo Bed Ticking L'e. The Best Oil Cloth 18c. The Best Dress Gingham 9c. Quilt Lining 4c. i)Oc. and Mc. Shirts for 4". 50c. and COc. Overalls for 4"ic. These prices are an index to our entire stock, lor we sell lor cash. New Spring Goo...

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