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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 14 April 1905

eiadeiOL Record in ,'olume I Marion, Crittenden County, Kentuchy, Friday, April 14, 1905 Number 40 LEPHONE E 1SED BY CITY COUN CIL TUESDAY. "MBERLAND COMPANY I Purchase Franchlsefor arlon Exchange. "Work ' Will Be Rushed. ; tli City Council meeting Tues- OVenlng an ordinance 'published rtr In this Issue) wasfpasaed ' al.elf of Him Cumberland Tele it Company, white repreeeuta I drafted the or llnanre in accord- I Willi til lleaaaild Stipulations tiiainhrrs of id couuril who 1 favoral It paiaega. Ciiinbarlaiid a r-;rsntat!vet attained srvral Ill-itlllilS ill council recently, and on epclal Jug thrae weeks ago, held l-ii pwrpoee of e;miig a tun l. raring Ir appeal f.ir a franchise ordl ilrawu lit such manner that It .4 I'" err-t'telll to 1 1 1 - 111 M uaer. . Couurll has Work)! faithfully . to subject, and have secured f valuable concessions before rftble action was taken. . . ! exhibited to Uielliem iftf ll.al'..i.nllkfi.ialiitf lti. : irii have bo secured for tele. -ee In Ih home and...

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. — 14 April 1905

hs.hm t i MS Viatnwreu vy wui Local News LEVIAS. Minl8ter8, and Members' Meeting of Ohio River Association. Efficient Correspondents. I in town Monday an l ttl k in k of irov ing to ArkniiHHA sonu, It ishtrance that inujiirity f tin people care more fur other tliii.t: than for good rendiiiK iniitter. A great uiany fninilie take no j apet nor buy any book. 1 will nave you time trouble, ami money, on any pa per or magazine published any where. Read and keep up with (lie procession. Life. is too nhort to let your time ami talent g by unim proved. V. V. Cil.KNN. Luther (iues, of Lyon county, wa shopping iu Keliiey Monday. J. K.Moore, of Huth, Republican nominee fur Magistrate, at in town Saturday. The M isaes Raker, of ('rider, were Flopping in town a few day since. Lester Young, of New Hetlirl, w iu town Monday. Tbis body meet with Salem church, Livingston county, Friday April 28-30th at ten o'clock. Toe following program will be render ed. Everjbody invited: 1. Introductory 8rmon Elde...

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. — 14 April 1905

HIE 11 CROPS J.ETIN ISSUED BY WEATHER BUREAU ;:m Work Well Up And Csnoral Cood Condition It Shown. r. 1. a first wee-kly climate and crop " Un of ttilf year was Issued Tues r - ffoui the elate weather bureau : i. iowt that tho past week waa .1 salted to farm work, which li r l.i advance to what It wee at tliU l last 'year. The cool weather EDITORIAL COMMENT (I)T OUOBEvUII..) TLe way thing! point now there re going to bejother tbingi "ditch ed" during Teddy ' administration besides the Panama oanal. When Theodore Roosevelt com- plutea hia bunt of the trusts what will the Dwmocrati put their truit in! But the headquarters of the 0. 0. P. ia a veritable hot home of veritable ingenuity. What they lack in filling up their platform in real iaiuei they will fill up with dream i ; namely, all. The knottiest problem for social ogical aolution ii the would not fel low. FOR ENGLISH MARKETS IN KENTUCKY. Announced There Will Be No Alteration In the Schedule. Corn land year after year and Ices I ...

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. — 14 April 1905

OUR HOUSE IS FULL OF BARGAINS. EVERYTHING 17ft yUiij btNHt Rfl To be CLOSED OUT tffll.IT Blnanai I FIRE SALE! Are Now Doiog Business at the Old Furniture Store Everybody That i YOU SHOULD COAll: HI: UK FOR BARGAINS Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats, Shoes, Carpets YANDELL- GUGENHEIM CO. MARION, KENTUCKY. OWES us 'i Will Pleased Gall and Sell! v u . t V 1 V u y The Crittenden Record leBl'ED WEEKLY. Ja. E. Cittinpex) Editors C. H. WiiiTiuoi Bt j and Publishers TLe Cadiz Informer it credit able weekly published at Cadiz, Ky , by Rer. Y. II. McRidley. presiJeot of the Cadiz colored Normal end Theological college. Itrbould be read an J petronizf J by colored peo fie every where. I'.i (Jitorialt are itroDg and enlightening Our local colored people could well afford to I cat resize the Ioformer, and if a auf worn aerage circulation , -umkr will interent tbem eehes we feel lure that tbe paper will gladly publish local itema fur niahed by the colored people here Subscription, $1.00 Per Year Sworn Ci...

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. — 14 April 1905

ABOUT THE IFIIE H That Were Ever Offered in this Part of the Country Q3 . We Saved Some Goods and are Receiving New ones Daily. Our Stock is not as Complete as it Has S3 i-Been, But We are Still in the Lead With the Nicest Line in Town. & !- : I W i ivio 1 rouble I ' To vShow Goods t OCAL BREVITIES ; r J. M or rii, Denti.t, Mtrion, Ky. '.V.J. ltty 111 io Kutttwt Sunday. Per paint, rati on Wood. & v 5. Dswel!. of Tolu, wa. in the i Monday. C : Ji. fruiU end freeb grorerie. xl M. Oopber't. Con. O. M JtmM left for Wt.b I ..cn Baturd.y. 0. E. M.t went lo leteyvill "cadaj oo bu.ine... John E. Hlllyerd, of Kredonla, vl Red friend her Sunday. N Vegetable of til kioJt tt Rankin k Pickena' grocery. V" bat. ju.t received t rtr lot J of Arlington Unit. UINABABBCO. J oo. Sutb.rltod tellt both coal tod grooenee, rtll bim tt telephone So. 200. Payday Saturday toJ county court Monday brought goo.! crowdt la town. Tit pretcriplion drjartrreot of lha tent drug.tore it complete. WOODS .V ORMK...

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. — 14 April 1905

CITY ORDINANCE. The City Council of the City uf Marion, Kentucky, do ordain a M lows: Section 1: That there is hereby created and established a franchise or nrivileite to orect, maintain and operate a telephone exchange, bracing central oftlce apparatus, fix tures, cables, a.id wires along through, over and ui.der the strtets sidewalk, alleys and public plat-en of said city of Marion, Kentucky. Sections: That said franchise or privilege shall continue for a period of twenty (20) years from and after the time the same Bhall taks effect. Section:): The purchaser of said franchise or privilege may asslgu or transfer the same. Section i: Said poles, fixtures, ca ble and wires shall be erected and maintained in a substantial and workmanlike manner, and that said work and equipment shall be mod ern and up-to-date in all respects, and shall be so located as not to In terfere with the legitimate entrance to any adjacent private property, nor to obstruct the free use of the said streets, sid...

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. — 14 April 1905

it SUNDAY SCIIOOLj ItON 111, SECOND QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, APRIL 16. Trxt mt tUr t.run, Joliu ill, I -I I. Mrwr lir.fi, a, 11 loililra Test, Mark l, H I oiiiiiif-ntarr lrju-al br . 41. M. Mirarna. (tvjtht, jwlft, by Am. rlran I'rua AmatiaUoiv I It la 7r.il,nlil.' tluit ull (he event ut Ij:Ve U, III. to xlx, 'JT, Intrrvi'iiu lie twemi the raising of Iji.aru uud tliit iipjwr and the uuoltitlug of this lesson U the Jionif id Hothuny. Ijike oiiilln l) record (if thin HtiHr jiud anointing and passe rlKlit on to the trluiiipluil t-utry of th iii-it lesson, which u moital by all four of the evangelists, while. uuy Matthew, .Murk uml John rocord tin' iiiittlnt luif . What a grout cmtraat between tin- mtrruw hi this lioiuc lit tin- last lesson uml HiIh happy Cohering Willi I.ii.iinu ullvr uml well and Jesus lllniHi-lf In I lie midst, liow : tbi sadness of tlmt otvuslua la all for- f utti-0 In Joys of the present olio. Smiie one has suggcslrsj Hint In lliirtlia, Mary and Ijiiiirna mi...

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. — 14 April 1905

Store V , . Call at Our . , pHE place that has established itself as the bargain center of Crittcn den county is now situated at the corner of Salem and Main streets in a tent and is issuing bargains there the same as ever, regardless of its misfortune in the fire. Our space for goods is limited and the induce, ment to sell is greater than ever. Call and get your share of the hun. : dreds of bargains we are now offering to the public. And Satisfy Yourself to to 3eS3tSe6eS5SSSSS36tSSSw McCONNELL STONE DYAK HEAD HUNTEKS LEGEND OF THE ORIGIN OF THEIR FEARFUL PRACTICES. Th lllnodthlr.tr aatraae nl Dor Bra Ar Hrfunard Kw, bat la Karaaer Dai. a Maa naalrd I alll ll II ad Braratlrtl aa Karutr. Tin Iinne of the I :ik head hunter U lu the foretn of tin' interior of lUr tif, ninl in order to o!e.ervi Hut liner t'siing muri.il on hi u.iiiM1 heath j .mi uui-t leuw behind raili uil ninl (.' m r. put jour-'lf ami jritiir la.oii4,ii4 Uito Ui.tive "IhiikImmI" mill travel fur day ui out of tin- crr;...

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. — 21 April 1905

0 rhe CrfHtoiadleini Record Volume I ANOTHER RAILROAD :ani a Better and Greater Morganfteld and the Development of the Vast Coal Fields of Union County. 'HON SHOULD PROFIT BY THE EXAMPLE u nthukiasttc meeting of th ".afield Coinmeiclal Club and r lolreetd cltlseua waa held In court hou last Saturday ilt;t. ifiUy morning word wtsient city that representative l Chicago Construction Company at that tlun coming over the t of Ih proposed railroad from : I Janes t Morganflnld, and that ;0lttnn Would b submitted to t,U"usof Morgaufleld mi their rl bre. .' eoon a piitiU ti 1 1 wr i aud distributed calling on . 1 neaiber of the Cviiim-fdal Club ftil other Interested rltlt-ns to t la the court house rturlT ' at half pest seven o'clock. ! representative nf it, ct i.-ago .fraction Company arrived l.er -t all o'clock, having com frm ttcf'ft In a cerriag,3followl:ig proposed rout an 1 tu lying II .'ography uf tba country. A' ii-thirty a larg unniher f , ur eit'.f:. ba t gathered id tba a 1 1- tcn...

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. — 21 April 1905

4 i '11 f MAY GO TO ASYLUM BS UNDER NEWSYSTEM MRS. DROCKWELL EXAM IN ED FOR INSANITY. Sentenced at Paducah To Life Imprisonment In Penitentiary. Mrs. Mary I'.rnekwell. ' Padueal), who murdered lier three chililrt'ii, pleaded k'uilry to tho crime, and by agreement of attorneys, was sen teuoeil to life imprison aient in trie ;.smiteiitlary. Her husband is In the asylum near this city, and many persons tliluk she is crazy. County Physician I'sndley asked the attorneys to await the action of experts who are examining her for insanity, and ex pressed the belief that she would be sent to the asylum. A niotiou f r a new trial by the at torneys for the defense was contin ued until the next terra of court. Meantime Mrs. Hrockwell will un dergo au examination for insanity, and if proved sane, the verdict will stand; if not, a new trial will be granted. On Friday niht. March 24, Mrs Krockwell gave three of her little daughters, Ola, I.illie and Lucy, aged four, three and nine y-rs, re spective...

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. — 21 April 1905

ES FDR BRYAN THINKS he will be the NOMINEE. Clg Congressman May Hirrv , self Be a Candidate For Governor. Kepreimitatlve Ollle Jamei U out in an Interview declaring that llryan can have the Iji()crilc nomination three year hence If he. went It. 'Id my opinion," aid Mr. Jatne,, "Mr. Bryan li a atrong with the people today. 'I nut atrougnr, than t any time In hi career, and It I not at all Improbable that lie will be t he usi;-.!dm In IW." It need not eurprUe the Kentucky politician!, according to a Waahlug- t-o dtipatch, If Mr. J mum ihnuld en ter tbe race tor the iiomlnatloii for j -vrrnor of Kentucky In I'.y7. )le ; he U not a candidal now and ti.at Uj election la too far In the fu ture to talk about now. Illafrlrnde afier h III) to become a candidate, ,ir, and they tiue to get bit e.r.ml. The Resurrection HOW IT 13 RAISED By GEORGE II. I'lCARD Flower, the Lily rnpyrlulit, llJt. by Oomo II. Plcanl NEW RULES ADOPTED WE HAVE OPENED OUR GROCERY STORE i . . . 1 Hi: Illy liux lunic been...

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. — 21 April 1905

3 IIT TO 3 YOtJB 3 3 Carpets I T0 SEE I Hats - Yanddl-Gugcnhcim Co. Lace Curtains For Clothing and Dry Goods. At Old Furniture Store You Need, 3 3 3 3 i We Save You Money on What You Buy!! . .. ; The Crittenden Record ISBI ED WEIKLY. Jai. E. Cbittinpen 1 Editors C. H. V HiTiHOt'si j and l'ublishera ?ubscriptiou, $1.00 Per Year Sworn Circulation 1000. "fake." At any rate, b'th ttit origin and the etlect of the disastrous tire point out the fact that we reed tire protection a well a Ore prevention. We muni have waterworks, Hr engine and drilled fire cotps. The front Sunday tiiirht wa a hea vy blow to the truit crop. The iworn avenge circulation from July 15, 1904. to September 15. 1901. 1600. Circulation increasing weekly, and ii now about '2000. Advertising con tract! solicited. Tbe Crittenden Record ha arisen from the cinders full of brightness, full of promise and full of sparkiiiu' Items Louisville Herald. matter Fnrt.n.l at auA n , 1 VaaiAH k SB atot.lasi A tl -. I Amtiaaa 1 dTW ...

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. — 21 April 1905

NOT We are in the Pierce Hardware building. New goods are coming in almost daily and are being car- 5i z& ried out by the good people of this community at greater values than ever before. THE GOODS ARE MOVING; US!i The Famous j j W, L. Douglas Shoes ! For Men OCAL BREVITIES j li. J. Morrie, Dntil. Marion. Ky. Tof paint call on Wood A V.'ill Low try. of Salmi, u io t;TB Friday. Von'i forget that Join Sulber ! 1 Mill freih In ed Out Taylor went to F.vauiville Tueeday on bneineee. Tor anything in tie Lerdaere line c-'.l ctt Hiue Uebb Co. Tom Cochran went to Kveneville l:.:t wek on buaineie. have n hand a Mil I"t c( f.r tiitxar. Adaae Km. fl. ft, Henry left Tu -iday for 1U.-. Ark., on a pr-ep.ct trip. Ditaaio A Lot have juit receiv- eew Una of pattern Lata. A. J. Chittenden left Tueaday 'or I: , Arkaiiaa. to visit till family. Latall line of druggiete' eundriee li oar loot. WOODS A OltMK. Hon, I.. II. Jeme attended federal court at I'aducah tl e flrt nf tlir week. . Freeh IrraJ and ...

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. — 21 April 1905

t TO- PROTECT GIRLS WARNING SICN8 PLACED IN DEPOTS Cards Have Been Distribut ed In Thirteen Different States. l'osted coiiHplcuouBly ll through Kentucky and neighboring states, the following sign, framed In a bor der of plain wood, had been put up by the Women' Christian association, of Louisville, In an effort to protect and assist young women going from small towns Into larger cities in search of work or on pleasure trips: ATTENTION ! Warning to Young 'Women Travel ing Alone. Do not start to a strange city or town, even for night, without pre vious Information of a safe place to tup Do r.ot leave bom without some money for an emergency and suffi cient for a return ticket. Do not ask or take Information or directions except from officials. Do not accept oilers of work, either by persons or by advertisements, without Information. TRAVELERS' AID COMMITTEE, Women's Christian association, Lou isville, Ky. The signs have bcru sent from Louisville into thirteen states and more than 1,000...

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. — 21 April 1905

SI 3 r;:iE sunday school U030N IV, SECOND UUAHTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, APRIL 23. Trxt of Hi'' l.ri I It til, lit-'JU. Vhihd ert-a, ii. CI l.i.l.l. n 'Irtl, well. l. U ( iii iilnr) rri iinrril hf Met. II, M. Hlriirna. (1 I'pjriglil, I "Ii. .y Ami n. jii I'f. m A ., ut,.n Mullltllilex going forth l iiioim IIIim Willi Ollgs ill' praise iiu, j.ulllM ill vic tory, moonling to 'h. ,v, 'j;,, "ii, lliilk (III In'. ill rejoice, because Ihlx Ik UK it aliould lie imtl will be III duo time. Although ilir) rojivt.Ml iiu mu! CHll'Ifled llllll. they Mill IIH II niltlllll NOO Him again, itrul then will they truly any: "Hit-mail u iii iiini niini'ilj In tli Willie of the Lord." -Im, Huh In our (Jott have waited fur Mini, mill lie will ae in. We will In- glad mid rejoice lu Hi mihiillun" i.Matt Jjlll, 3U; Ian. v, in, There In a glurl- r,UN going furl Ii to meet llliu mentioned In 1 Tbenaelv. HUS, In whli h wo ahull nil ink inr( who nn iin-nilicr of Ilia body, rwliN-niml by Him preclnu I.Ihh 'l int...

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. — 21 April 1905

Cash ' St The 5 Pfl fit lllir nb place that has established itself as the bargain center of Critten. - . . . . ..... . V i VlWII VUUIUT 13 IHMY III 1. 1 1 V, 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 Ul atllCIll UIIU 11111111 t ttf o .'- w,.vvi3 a tent and is issuing bargains there the same as ever, regardless of misfortune in the fire. Our space for goods is limited and the inducement to sell is greater than ever. Call and get your share of the hundreds of bargains we are now oiiermg to the public. 44t44444f4ff McConnell vStone. V9 V v. E 2T Ti And Satisfy Yourself II As Gathered by Our Local News - FREDONIA AND KELSEY.I TOLU. Jeaiia Uray, of iSaUm m In tu Tueaday. Tli nr It riiin; aaln. LOLA There wat bin froat Suolaj morning and an Mamioatioo abowa tbtt the fruit it all killed, especially in low placn. E1 J D- Fol'y aJ 11 Craw Jim Mltiuer nioia I to Humrana forJ went toStuitblaoJ lat Mooday. i i Mr.. J.T. Alexander and children. """J M',I,J,'T "fthi.week. nii, .ukhfl.. of Cullao turn... of MadlaoovilK were ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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