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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 31 March 1905

f(' , , . ; , .,'1 . ' .i -.' . ' l .;i-w -y..fciii.H.. . " . i--- - - - I j . . - r- ,, , ' " 11 - ' a . 1 VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 31,1905 NUMBER 38.; OUR CITY A most ill Hi if in , : -. m : : . . -; . , : : i r . V I- ft i V Y. CIPAL BUSINESS SECTION OF CITY T AWAY BY Pi MP DEVOURING FLAMES LOSS WILL REACH $300,000 CONFLAGRATION STARTED IN V OOD &0RME8' STABLE AND FAN NED BY HIGH WIND WAS FROM THE START BEYOND ' . CONTROLL A List of the Losses Condolences From Neighbors Notes of the Fire Serious and AmusinU. f 1,600; Insured $900. '; A. M. Hearin & Son, groceries, dam aged $3,000; Insured $1,500. F. W. Billart, saloon; insured.? Eberle-Hardln Co., saloon. Abe Klyman. saloon; insured. Marlon Zinc Co.. offices. ; J. W. Goodlow, groceries, damaged $800; no Insurance. Lquisville-Marlon and Commodore Manuafcturing companies, damaged $200; insured. " Crittenden County Coke and Coal Co., office, damaged $100; Insured.--- Dixon & Sblvely, d...

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. — 31 March 1905

lit CRITTENDEN RECOItD ISSUED WEEKLY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editors and C. H. WHITEHOUSE Publishers. Subscription, Per Year, On Dollar. SWORN CIRCULATION 1500. The sworn average circulation from July 15. 1904, to Sept, 15, 1904. 1500. Circulation Increasing weekly, and is now about 2000. Advertising con tracts solicited. j Entered as second-class matter July 15, 1904. at the post-office at Marlon, Ky., under Act of Congress of March 3 1879. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, .905. MARION IN ASHES. We arise from the depths of a heap of ashes, brick, mortar and miscellane ous debris to announce not only that the Record Ls still in business, but to proclaim the rejuvenated Marion, the Greater Marion to be, notwithstanding the fearful blow struck by the tire de- illUU IU tjltr vniiri Ul will IMimu. rss frui tion and the hearts of our business men. Our citizenship in general has Miff or r' an almost disastrous loss, but the ivery has already begun, if Indeed i ;-e has been a precept able pause t e tne nre ...

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. — 31 March 1905

J Boy and His Dad Call on King Award and Almost Settled the Irlih Question. BT HON. GEORGE W. PECK. Governor of Wisconsin, formerly pub lisher of "Peck's Sun," author of "Peck's Bad Boy." etc.) .(Copyright, 1904, by Joseph B. Bowles.) ( London, H'england. Dear UncleEzra: the worst Is over, and dad and I bav both touched a king. Not tbe way yot think, touching, king for a hand-out, 01 (Vrroftiiig his looe change, the way you & to touch dacl vwhen you had to pa; (tor your goods, but' just taking hold ol (bis hand, and shaking It In good old United States fashion. The American minister arranged Itfoi us. He told somebody that Peck s Bar Boy and his dad were in town, and just wanted to size up a king, and see how he averaged up with United States politi cians, and the king set an hour (or ua to call. Well, you'd a dlde to see dad fix up. Everybody tahl. wh"n we showed our card at tbe hotel, notifying im that we were expected at .Marlboro House at such a time, that we would be expect...

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. — 31 March 1905

r. 7- .1 r i l "I f. Mm ACTIVITY 01 EMPEROR WILLIAM H.H.ROGERS GOES F0 T OF THE JAPS !8 NOTED AT GUNSHU PASS AND AL'ONG THE MONGOLIAN FRONTIER. Jap Prisoners Commit Suicide Peece Rumors Not Authentic Oyama to ' Advance With Main Army. ID Hi PAYS A VISIT TO THE MISSIONARY TANGIER &AY& utKMAINT MUST HAVE WHO QUIBBLED ABOUT ACCEPT SOME RIGHTS, AS OTHER POW- ING ROCKEFELLER'S ERS, IN MOROCCO. DONATION. Delcasse Spouts in .French Senate-- Lays That the Standard Oil Company Kaiser's Ship Was in a Collision. is Not Receiving no More Rebates. (By Associated Press. St Petersburg April 1. The report Current here late Friday that Japan declined to negotiate for peace upon Russia's basis, cannot be traced to fihy responsible source. JAP PRISONERS Reported to Have Committed Suicide on Account of III Treatment St. Petersburg. April 1. It is re ported that a number of Japanese prisoners at Meivej killed themselves iy harikari and wi'h arsenic. Gossip attributes the snicld to ill treat ment...

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. — 31 March 1905

VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1905. OUR CITY ALMOST DESTROYED BY PRINCIPAL BUSINESS SECTION OP CITY SWEPT AM BY LOSS WILL REACH $300,000 CONFLAGRATION STARTED IN MOOD 40RME8' STABLE AND FAN- NED BY HIGH WIND WAS FROM THE START BEYONO - . CONT ROLL A Lut ef the Lout t Condolence From Neighbor Note ef tt-e Fire Seriou and Amuin0- On T !a Man h ;v Minimi . VlH"d li .1 lit. ,l:..t.ni, lti.it II b i i. k 1. . i i.i.i.i i;i'Mi 1 1 .i : - ISttinii- am! i'!i,i'ji.m Hi.. Cn.,,:. p , from t!ir i. 1..1111! .if . .11, ! i . ,: K : WMl'li "f M.itl..h In t ..ti....rt..,n wl'li th lH bll'T !'! i. II' I!'')! I'll) will h r'in.. .uR. r '.i a gi.-ai. r . t -t.t ml !.. r;ci:i. i.. ui.,i ii.jti mil I I I !..' i . u n! Mir inmt r...it',n.t,it on. talilili has wl, oat u I in. 1 tin- i trip- ln-ii,.. .. ,- uon. ii.i!i was it i !. t'i . i i.v larger i-tti. . Tllr Kiipposi.t mu.ll ,f til" III , lu Hi -ii.!.- Ill the ri.ir of W. I,. a 1. A Orni h iituK ' ! whuh hum., I 1 1 ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 31 March 1905

if ; li I ",l i i i ! ij-J j ! i x. ' 4 . '"i (5 if i . . U 1 1 1 i i j i 4 " ! 1 ! ; t i 1'i f he crimen RECORD issu-:i u i:i:ki.y. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editors and C. H. WHITEHOUSE Publishers. Subscription, Per Year, Ore Dollar. SWORN CIRCULATION 1500. The sworn averiw cirriilutinu I'rntti Inly IS. r.i. in Sept. l.'i. IH'il. .")H0. Clrciilnt Ion Iticreas-InK weekly, and l now nlionl 2imni. Advert isinp con tracts solicited. Knitted as second class matter .Inly 1.V ll'iM. ut the poslnlllce at Marion. Ky., under Act of Conpv of .March :; INTO. FRIDAY, MARCH 31. .905. MA K ION JN ASHKS V arise from the depths of a heap of a.-lies, liric k. nioriar and tni.-i e'iani mis ilchri.. to annoiitii e not only that the Itccord l.s still In lti r i -. hut to pin. I h) in tl.e rejuvenate.! Marion, tin. Creater Marion to he, notw iih-i ti.dini: the fearful Imow slrm k l the lire de mon in the ciiter of our luisine.. ,c. - lion atid the heart of ' lii-tiii""1 men O'.tr I il iell.-l.ip it! liel.el ...

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. — 31 March 1905

el I' I Vj'l-' t time Hi..' i' nr. ntj 'f Tha Bad Boy and HI Dad Call on King Edward and Almost Settled the Irlah Question. 11T HON r.KOKUK W. FECK. 'Kt.il.ivern.ir of YVla.-ntialn, fitrincrly pub lisher of "fecks Hun." auilior of "I'i-i k'a Had Hn." rli ) (Cop) ngln, lM u Juncpii II Howies) Uinilnn. II england Ui-ar I'm IcKzra; The worst la over, and dad and 1 bavi both touched a king. Not (In way )i thick, loin lit iik a kin lor a hand-out, ui biiriowlng hi. Innse change, Ihi' way you used to turn h clad when you hail tn I'd) (ui your gnmls, hut Ju.-l tuktiiK hold in till baud, and shaking It In good old I'diI'hI tfiuvn fashion The Ann rli an inlm.-lrr arranged It fol in He lulU Miiiii'tHni) thai I'im k llai' Iluy unit dad wet" In tuwu and Just wanted to ), p up a king, and sen Imw Ik iiI4si-'I iiji with I lilt id Stalls polill lain, and ili- king acl all limit' lor ui tu 1 a:i W'll 1 " 1 1 a ill'!' In nf cad II up ;iiIi! ,-;iil. h' 11 we hi.iiw 1 d nur (Sril 11' f 1 Imii'i in ti ...

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. — 31 March 1905

ESPECIAL KM! ON EMPEROR PART OF THE JAPS IS NOTED AT GUNSHU PASS AND ALONG THE MONGOLIAN FRONTIER. Jp Prisoners Ccinmit Suicide Peace Rumors Not Authentic Oyama to Advance With Main Army. (Hy Assorluted Fits. St. Petersbuir April 1. The report Current here lute Friday tliut Japan declined to iicKotlate for peace iiimid Silesia's basin, cannot be trart'd to icy responsible wnirre. JAP PRISONERS Reported to Have Committed Suicide en Account of III Treatment St. Petersburg. April 1. It Ik re ported that a number of Japanese prison era at Mcdved killed themselves by barlkari and with arscnlr. C.oosip attributes the milride to 111 treat ment. The American embassy Is not ad vised of the subject. Oyama Begins Advance. St. Petersburg. March ni.-1;.: 2.. p. m. The nc from the front today In dicates that Field Marshal Oyama has begun a genuine advance of his main army with wingt far ex"ndc. Heavy Tecnnnolssanren are bring made gainst the Itus-ian center with the Objeet of dee(.pit,g i Ku-siat...

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. — 7 April 1905

Hie GrMeimdeini .Volume I Marion, Crittenden County, fcemucKy, Friday, April 7, 1905 Number 39 HEAVY VOTE CAST IN REPUBLICAN APRIL Considering Circumstances Doboo and Conger Mado a a Cood Race.- Morgan Not a Bad Runner. MAGISTRATES BE NAMED Greater Itittreet was manifested In Hit primary called ofl Miturdey thau aa anticipated It being at the ery busiest season of the year for the farmers. Considering the fsct that tht full Republican vote of the county Is a Utile less than IWU the total vote polled Saturday, which wat IMA. was a heavy oue. j lath Marlon precinct numbers if rltltens wsre very much corcern d about Iht havoc done by the re cent fire and apparently were not In Uretted lu the primary at all, but wbso lbs result of the days voting was aunouticed It was learned that almost the entire quota ot votes for the Ave precincts had been polled. la the race tr county Judge a total vitteoflMU was polled. Walter A. IUackburn. wlnnlug the fight over bis opponents, A. A. leboe and A. ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 7 April 1905

The Crittenden Record! ISSUED WEKKI.V. tf An. i-d . I i r... n t .1 . C. H. UiiiTEUot sE jaud Publiehm Subscription, $1.00 Per Year Sworn Circulation 1905. Tb sworn average circulatiou from Julv 15, 1904. to September 15, 1901. 1500. Circiilrttioo incrt-acing weekly.au J is now about 20U0. Advcrtieiu con tracts solicited. Entered an second class uiatttr July 15, 1905, at the pot-toflice at Marion, Ky., under Act of CoDgresa of .March 3. 1879. FRIDAY, APKIL 7, 1905 REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Co. Judge, Walter A. Blackburn For Co. Attorney,.. Carl Henderson For Co. Sheriff J. F. Plenary For Co. Jailor Albert H. Travi For Co Assessor J. Anthony Davidson For Co. Coroner Charlei Walker For Co. Superintendent ot Scboola John 15. Pari THE TICKET. At the poln Saturday the Kepub licaus named oue of the strong-sit ticket sever put lu the field lathe county. Every man nominated it honest, uprlRht. competent and will be elected in November. The defeated candidates are show- ing the proper spirit an...

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. — 7 April 1905

FIRE FIRE FIRE EblG FIRE IS NOW ON SALE An 1 w) are selling out our goods that were damaged in the recent fire at the most re markable low prices ever iuoted in Marion. Some of our goods were not damaged either but they must go just the same. Don't forget it, the sale is now on at the Boston it Walker old furniture stand, on Salem street. We are corning again and we will be Bigger and Better Than Ever Before. All our old friends are requested to call and see us in our present quarters. Untold bargains will be given in our damaged stock, and we will be adding new goods all the time. We saved you money in the past and we can save you money now. Destructive fires are great misfortunes to many, but there's an old but true saying, "It's an ill wind that blows nobody good." Hundreds of pairs Shoes going at less than half price. Bargains in every line. i t i X Yaodell-GugcDkim Co. Boston & Walker Old Stand. t I FIRE FIRE FIRE I HI BAD LUCK PTHCR PIUS IN DUSI- NES SECTION HriJa'a Imt im...

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. — 7 April 1905

I LOCAL BREVITIES .Miss ILittie Ledbetter, of Clay. Mini Maude Hughes, of Morganfiel J, Mies Famie Jackson, of Livingston, and Dr. ltobert Ferris, of Fredonia, were guests of M ins Ora Hedges Sun day. Station Agent Don T. Jobnsou for several months past has been endeav oriug to persuade the I. C. R. It. Company to grant him the much needed assistance of day telegraph operator. lie was rewarded for his efforts last week when B. F. Walsh, the former night man, was put on day duty, aid the night office was filled by W. L. Aldridge. Charley G asgow and sou, Bow man, of near Kuttawa. was here Monday. Dr. Tbomas Perkins, our venera ble friend 'kfrom Tribune, wa here Saturday. Whenever there is an election you can count on Liiu caul- Hon is preparing to build a uioJun structure. . J. Ilayward has purchased ten feet eff Ilio lot on which the Jan. II Orme drug atore stood. Mr. Hay ward will thus have ample room to build for Yen dull Cugi-uheiru Co.. a handsome and cou modius store building. ...

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