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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 April 1905

" ' MX fee CrMesideini Record Volume I Marion, Crittenden County, KeniucKy, Friday, April 28, 1905 Number 42 4 i : t X cr' OF MARION CONSTRUCTION WORK TO BB PUSHED. :.1ITS ARE GRANTED r the Erection of Many riew Buildings In the Burned District. ' t th rail scion of the city II Wednesday number of ap lont were made and permission ' nted fr tha romtructloD of illdlngi in Hi burned district. and Pierce made application .mlt to bullil a brick machine os Hank itreet; Mr. Frank let mail application f ir par ts build thre two-stiry brick '.ngtonher lota adjoining the n bank lot; and Mr. Har;y fci an secured permits t erect a i story brick atora building nu . !,t wher tha Taylor A Caiman ' vd, atora atood. and on t. nt ct tif realdeuc on Hil itret. K. J. Harvard wilt re. '. en Ilia Yauili'II-(i.ii,;.iin; r. If, baa secured It) feet from l II. Orina and tin tlm hi, ''.fig will ba over 3d feet wi t lu 1 of feet aa before. . t iro Mr. (imr will tske In tb formerly occupl-d by tha Hardin aaloo...

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. — 28 April 1905

REGISTER IN IN THE STONE DAMACE SUIT AT SMITHLAND. Mr. Stone Was a Former Resident of Crittenden County. Record that hits reacted tne since your misfortune by tbe great fire thet destroyed your outht, March 28. I would like, if you have any left, copies of your issues of March 31 and April 7 sent me. as I do not like to miss a copy. Hoping you will never again have such a tire and wishing you un bounded success, I am. Yours truly, C. W. LAMB. Chicago, April 12. l.K)5 The Record PiniTAH kV. Anril 28.-The aianou. ny. 1 J I . ii n ... l i -. ;n in ih. oamaca suit of Sum uen.iwuen: .v are uuugtu iu Stone against the Register Publish- ?ou f" of I"'orJ of in Comoanv. of Faducab. at Smith- ': Yu LaJ " Pieuee wh.cb 1.,l Kt . thin moraine- brought in 00 0D fn Jou- " " .i u- i. 1 .... . ...edict f.ir Ihe defendant, having luu" "uu "Te had the case from yesterday after- of fif' P1""""1 to norm about 3 o'clock Until 11:30 D0W- co,"r' 7" re cora . m tndav. Itia understood the N oul " riKht and t...

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. — 28 April 1905

RUNG P wm !2SI0N AND SUNDAY CCHOOL ASSOCIATION. V.ill Meet In the City of Hop klntvllle May 23, 24 and 25. of loll Tbe thirty-Ami annual meeting Boulh Kentucky ClirittUti Mln.lo ery end Sunday rirlin.il A cit i wilt be held lu llopklnsvilte My a, n and 26. Tbe officer are ai follow: R, II. Cro.Ald, president, Owdiii boro. W. J. lluiUp.'tli, cor. u'y. ami (rtMurr, Hopkirvllle. iUrvey linker Smith, recording ' Cuductr devotional xrciitc 11 ,r4 J. Brateltoa, Karlii.tcloti. t.-ler il nu t-rvloo. llotjert M I! klr.. I.nuievllle. Till following lri IT i.T II I.M I- ii arranged for tl.e occaeioii. ' MON DAY K V K NINO, t alo"l llirl.uati Women ll'iard f JJlilon. ::r. Lii" ciii Mriit, vfHi i t, Hopklu.vltle. Ilri. Will Morton, vice pr.i lent t!-iisSTi!l?.. lln, J, A. Youu. .-cr-tary, II kl . itlt. C,eBlo l"ti Tue, lay evetilnit ::.-t srd. I'KOOIUM. AllrcM of Icni. M. l'lj Y ,f, Hopkltivlll. r-Jtpottt", Hogrr I.. Clerk. May f-J. -g s'cl ek, devotional eetcif . i AdJreesby K. M. nam. Cluciu r...

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. — 28 April 1905

The Crittenden Record ISSl'ED WEKKI.T. Jas. E. Ciittenhen") Editors C. H. Whiteuoise jand Publishers Subscription, $1.00 Per Year Sworn Circulation 1005. The sworn averape circulation from July 15, 1004, to September 15, 1904, 1500. Circulation increasing weekly, and is cow about 2000. Advertising con tracts solicited. Entered as second class matter July 15, 1905, at the pootoflice at Marion, Ky., under Act of Congress cf March 3, 18Ti FRIDAY, APRIL L'S VMo REPUBLICAN TICKET. For County Judge WALTER A. BLACKBURN For County Attorney CARL HENDERSON' For County Clerk C. E. WELDON For Sheriff J. F. FLANARY For Jailor ALBERT H. TRAVIS For Assessir J. ANTHONY DAVIDSON For Surveyor JAS. E. SULLENOER For Coroner CHARLES WALKER For School Superintendent JOHN B. PARIS ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR It K P R F.S E N TA T I V K. Cm H ran We are authritel in aunou.ice Thomas H. Coclirat. a candidal to represent the di.trii't composed of Cittfiulfn and Llv Inptton cpnntle lu the Kentucky legislature; eut.Jer...

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. — 28 April 1905

p)PHP t 3i T ens i yuu LAIblL naaraain S IF YOU WANT FIRST CLASS; HIGH QUALITY GOODS AT LOW PRICES Ulllilljjr FU MEN AND BUYS. The kind that (Us well, looks well and wears well. Tailored on the hench, finished hy hand, and they will almolutely retain their pliape, They will cost you no inore than others not so oo Complete line of extra pants. , Carpet. Mattings and Rugs Lace Curtains and Curtain Swiss Laces, Allovers and Embroideries Dress Goods and Waistlngs Lion Brand Shirts and Collars New Line of Fur Panama and Straw Hats ALL AT BARGAINS. SHOES - SLIPPERS - OXFORDS . FOR MEN, WOMEN, BOYS AND GIRLS ALL THE LATEST STYLES A large quantity of these will be Bold regardless of cost Come at once. We will serve you well and insure you a bargain with each purchase. NO TROUBLE A PLESSURE to and SHOW GOODS TO PLEASE Taylor 3D. Cannan, 5S , .ll Oil Tucker i tbe gueet of friend' 8. R. Boyd, of Kley, wu in the 5 1 at t rankfuit. I city Wednesday. 3CAL BREVITIES i "orri. Doiil. Marion. Ky j II...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 April 1905

MANILA EXCITED KAMIMURA'8 SQUADRON NEAR HER HARBOR Creat Activity in Official Cir cles and Conferences Are Held. MANILA, April -Three war ships are uow otl Corretfidor island It is supposed here that they are Japanese vemt'ls. Japanese Consul Marlta Oori is hourly epHCtlu( the arrival of Vice Admiral Kamlmnra. Vice Admiral Togo' main lloet will assemble soul!) of Formosa on April 2i. 'I'll Japanese consul here has re . i-.-iS.'-W. ' V.; ' ' , ! M. if VICE AI'XIKAI. kAMIMUKA. eelvcd a Ionic cipher uiesaage con earning Kamlmura'e squadron, which la expected today. The coneul aa.v the hlpa will not enter Manila bar bor, but will cruiae outside). There it grest UTiolal activity here. Tt American admiral the Japan c n sul and the general in command hare held eonferet.ce. The admiral today held a conference with (Jover nor General Wright. IRMA. Farmers are all planting com. L. Bloonitiekl btgau miniug on S S. Sullenger's property last week. Mrs. Martha Hardesty visited the family of W. A....

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. — 28 April 1905

r; V N, ,L ! ! SUNDAY SCHOOL. i V, SECOND QUARTER, INTER TIONAL SERIES, APRIL 30. kl itir l.raaon, JiiIiii llll. I-M. rf Verara, 12, l.nlilrli Iril, r, 13 louimroiart I'rriiaml lir r. KV M. Nlrarna. l'ti, I.J Xmnlian Ytrw Aa.. ialn ti. : U tbc hist evening 'if 1 1 in Miijiiuni I mortal body, for on tlx morrow lie j I glva Himself Into tlir liiimlH of 111k I hliU t Ik cnn -IHtl. It Is Ilic fruit the I'iHiiiviT, com cruliig which lie I. "I hate henitlly desired to cut i Passover with )oii lu-fore I hiiITit" i ' i' xkll, I'i, mmiilni lie mill Hie "a are gathered In a certain gumi !i-t In Jerusalem. lu re lYlcr ,1 John had prepared lln' feint nt Ilia ii;i n.itnu ii iiKc in, i.:i. .M-imcr me i. v mi fin li nor run 1 1 , religious n knew or cured nut thing it 1m nt t i l.'Ub) company, I. in nil heaven win i il'ij. liml ln-rc In tin- iimlht of tli im t I gathering out tin' Creator of nil i i, 0IM llllltllfllt In til flesh, tin b of lsrucl, the limit llend of t ' church, the King of kings n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 April 1905

REGULAR EPIDE hi OF HORSE STEALINC THIS RECION. IN Police Are Amazed at the Number of Animals Stolen. The horse stealing manU wind et-i8 to be t weeping over the coun try has truck Henderson and Hop klm counties. Witliln the last week mure horses have beeu stoleu in thebe two counties than there had been in nearly a year previous. ays the Henderson Gleaner. The member of the local police force declare that the records will Toppenish, Washington. The biirptst car load of c-miitrants ever landed here arrived on March !9th, and ret there is room for more. It was amazing to nee how quick they all got homes and work at good price. Jas. I'. McCaslin is on a hop ranch at $40 per mouth with house and orchard furnished. Also work at gjood trices for each of his children. Beiinie Kelt got a ood place With Mr. SliHtUr "ti a fine fruit ranch. Ned t'ruce i with the Thomas brothers ou anotlier fruit ranch. Dick Scott Is at Zilliih. Monroe Andrew and John Hill are near Sunny Side. l'.d Hill and To...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 5 May 1905

a! ' CM 0 Jumejl Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, May 5, 1905 Number 43 OF INSTRUCTION WORK BEING PUSHED. :.1YB0DY IS BUSY ; Preparations are Being ade for a Creator and : Better Marlon. ry Carahen hee the rough I mil i tli ground (r lilt cotta re i on Belleville atteat and he it ittlug ree l to reouil l a two brick atore building ud Mam Uactor JeUhlUg aud lilt III i ware tlleklt.g exoavatlone UU ' .'bteler lota adjoining th Ma tack eite and getting I jr to foundatlone for tli three batldlnge that Mr. Vti.Ur la :j. Mr. and Mrt. Wheeler left eek (or Hot Springe, Arkeneae, i they if') tor tli benefit f Mrs. '.ar health, but before t!ilr are they ui In all iiereatary .anient (nr th rompletlou u( f buildings. on A Perls who havecontrecta 4 th Heywar atore building , Comer where Yandell-Ougen Co., kept, and- the Orate drug alldinge adjoining, made ex tot tble ink and begeu the tlone lor the modern etruc- b built thereon. Tbe coo .1 anoounce ue that Mr. bM made eeheujeln the p...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 5 May 1905

EXTENDING ROUTES RURAL DELIVERY SER VICE IN KENTUCKY. People Who Want Its Bene fits Should File Applica tions at Once. New :"Race Suicide" Idea. lr. Alice B. Stockbsm, of Chica go, startled the Anthropology club of that city, a few days ago by urg ling the (creation of a new cabinet portfolio to train busbands and wives and to provide for the sciea title propagation of the human race Dr. Stockbaw was born in Ohio sixty five years ago and took her medical degree in Cincinnati. She married a pbyscian and devoted her life to the study of children espec ially to the study of pre natal ictlu ences. Sb traveled around the Samuel B. Batlibuue, Superintend- worlJ anJ jDTtgtjKted some of the ent of Iturnl Delivery for what quaint systems in vogue in coun- kuown as the Cincinnati division, rieg wtere paternalism is part of which is composed of heutucky, Ke government. Sbeeptnta year Ohio and Indiana, has been in ati si gdef,t of the Baroness (Irippen ington for several days in consult- herg l...

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. — 5 May 1905

t t HUM. FITZHUGH LEE DIES OF Dl TWO STATES CUTH J MAY BE CHOSEN. I . AND NECRESS PASSED AS WHITE WOMAN. Was On Hit Way to Boston When Strlcken.-Worthy Nep hew of Cen. Robert E. Lee. rrtsd That Tennessee orsemen Are Likely to Co There. WAeMINUTON. April 2.-Uen Fltxliuirli Lee, of Virginia, dixit at trie I'roelrtnnce Hospital In tlili city a Outhrle Nows says: I at 11 :) o'clock last ultflit the re .sNews heart iiowa and glYeelsult of an attack of apoplexy and pa i:ipoila. It la aald tliat nego.lralysis with which ha was stricken ui liavs already begun oiikliirly yesterday w Mia traveling ra bualneae and mora people I by rail from ltiietmi to Washington. .Hub City. Hli.ce the autl-1 At hi bedalda when he died were i 7 bill paaaed the Teuuea.ee leu-1 bU brother, Daniel Lea, and Die i :ra the raca-horaa 'people ol I K ile and Ku. .villa and Memphis have begun I The end ratue quite aud lanly and ok about for aome Kentucky toil I without pain. The dead general waa "Bt where they ran ctee...

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 May 1905

rrrr'rt "tf It's Money to You to Trade . With Us I XS Call and Sec us For S Clothing; Pants Shirts Shoes Hats Good Bleached Domestic 6 i-4 cts Jjj Best Calico 4 cents rift lioosier Domestic 4 cents ftS Ouilt Linin? 3 1-2 cts jj 12 1-2 riadras Cloth (8 Best Goods for 10 cents the Least Money vSee us For Carpets Rug's Mattings and Lace Curtains Up-to-date Dress Goods Wash Goods, Silks Organdies, Lawns Voiles and Suitings Goods Thai You Wail f Sold at the Least Price!! Lots of New Dry Goods YANDELL-GUGENHEIM COMPANY Marlon, Kentuchr. The Crittenden Record IHBl'ID WEIILT. Ji. E. CiiTTEsrw) Editort 0. H. WuiTtHorii j and Publishers Subscription, $1.00 Per Year Sworn Circulation 1900. Tbe morn average circulation from July 15, 1004, to September 15, 1904, 1600. Circulation increasing weekly, and it now about 2000. Advertising con tract solicited. with every edvanceme at in civilized life a greater degree of security for property, a stimulus to education, an encouragement for tbe mainU nan...

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 May 1905

ITS NOT A GAME OF CHANCE Yf ' ' -.u -nr. . --t r "-..ji But a Bargain With Each Purchase Mens' and Boys' Clothing: New, Neat and Stylish Bench tailored and hand finished. They are better than others and do not cost any more. Complete Line of Extra Pants in Regular, Stout or Slim Shoes and Oxfords Don't fail to see our line in this department. We carry the best, and you will always find our prices lower on the same quality than elsewhere. Come and See For Yourself. DRESS GOODS AND WAISTINQS Laces and Embroideries Rugs, Carpets and Mattings Hosiery and Underwear New Line of FUR, STRAW and PANAMA HATS LION BRAND Shirts and Collars DON'T FAIL TO LOOK AT OUR NEW LINE OF DOUGLAS SHOES AND OXFORDS rill 1 1 I i n 'm.i:H,MMiVelJl J& JZ? J& J& ? NO TROUBLE A PLESSURE to and SHOW GOODS TO PLEASE Taylor Carman. l BREVITIES. . :ortU, Dentiit, Merioo.Ky ; let fall t" Wood A Eaird went to I'rovideuc i fruit enJ freib grccerie . Cray, cl Saletn. io town -y- (!.-uggit uo.Ir call on j . O...

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 May 1905

IS A M1LLI0NAIR E JOSEPH JEFFERSON HAD LARGE FORTUNE Owing to the Death His Son Cancels All His Engagements. BOSTON', April 29,-JosHph Jeffer hod was undoubtedly the richest ac tor io America. Hit early privation were amply compensated (or by the plenty of later years. Although lie never speculated, hie invest men t proved safe and profitable, and he was rated a a millionaire. It id un derstood he left a will, but neither relativss nor friends will discuss this topic until after the funeral. His death causes the cancellation of the engagement of his son, Thom as Jeflerson, at the Hoston theater this week. The K'riof of the latter Is so great that he has coucluded to abandon his spring tour in "Uip Van Winkle," and will not again go upon the stage until October next, when by arrangements completed today with Manager Lawrenoe McCarthy, he will open his season at the Boston theater. From Dav to Day. There are two forms of criminal activity in which the United State enjoys aa unenviable...

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 May 1905

) I UN DAY SCHOOL I, SECOND QUARTER, INTLR ONAL SERIES, MAY 7. p ' ti leaanii, John , 1-12. Vraea, A, U l.ulili-n Tril, i, 84 ouniiealarir l'rriarrd r. l. JH. Slearna. i, l-ii, Ly Aimrli.ii Vtrm Ai- ullun J 1 we lui luile III our dh-iK iti ( iuim tli.it tin- lcauli omniittce bus ! Ij OUlIt we tiliull huve liiul 1ml t nil 1 1 u i of tln 1 1 To mill : of our bloked jiri. I lore. ;.!, i' huve Imt one brief ' i t.'ie moat wonderful nf nil HIn a and inn' It-Hhoti from 11 or HI roiordeii prayer -two I .'.will tillt llllK l.i'.-ll Well Clllllll y of holies nf till Scripture." 1 mi tin Willi Hi ills. 1i1ch tin' lili li IK' ho nun li ili-nriM to , .join Ijofurc lie aulforiil, He ded llio supper I j which we d 1 1 In death till If tt collie, , 'rded Himself unit bud waali. iuajt, Icmhiiig tlnMU to (In to '.iT a llu liii'l done to ttil'lll, v In thcae lunt words II opened i Ills heart ii n never before nii ; '.r them a oil for u who be ' i lllm through their word - all Hint waa before Mini Hin...

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 May 1905

CLOTHING $15 00 Suits for $0.50 Vr 10.00 Suits for 5 50 S,00 Coats for 3.75 2.50 Odd Pants 1.00 f$j Children' Suits worth $5 (X) for 2.50 I am compelled to re- I ... M 1 Have a Lin,, 0f u A: 1 , rjPJ cluee my stock of SHOES For the Next few Days I Will Offer Unusual Bargains in IB ii ii mm -llllilllE ugs and oarpefs And other goods. Will discontinue handling clothing and gentlemen's furnishings goods, and the prices I have placed on what I have will sell them FIRST COME, FIRST ShRVED. LOOK AT THE PRICES. W $1. Excellent Line of Dress Goods, Domestics and Notions. Our Prices Will Move Them. 80c Table Linens - - 5'J cts. Uent Calico - - cWi Jc Percale - s ct.. 26c Matting . 20 eta. 00 Corsets - 49 cts. 50c Summer Dress (Jcods cts. My line of Gentle mens' Furnishing Goods mint go. Nice line of Hon Selling at and Wool Hat Tl. i nut, tpif ia (.,, piled me to j.Ut in, bargain list ? (... them out. 0 Going at Cost . Laborers ami l,r: men can get barii work clothes. OVERALLS . 4 JUMPERS and...

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 May 1905

'he CriUen&en Record Volume I Marion, Crittenden County, KentucKy, Friday, May 12, 1905 i- . zzzzzr THE NEW AND BETTER MARION is RAPIDLY OECINNINC TO MATERIALIZE. CONTRACTS BEING LET And Many Buildings Will ' Soon be Under Course of Construction. ' Adanit A Pierce changed the plai.t A their building nl are now t avlug .be brick work done on tie tecoud itory. -The plan and tpeciflretlo-.it tor tl, irlii) hank bin!. tin are ttill being jonaldared by contractor 1'ti contract for tha large hard rare etor building ha beu l.t by tr. Orm an I thle building will go p w it t tli dru2 ttor and lti Hay ard (tor building aa well, lsatt.t fhVe building i( I.. II. Jatnee. ).. ID A I'arl are I anl'.rig the run--l At tli r tf m ' r meeting i f th city iuhciI Tun lay night building per il were granted tn tt e follow I ; E. J. Heyw I. ! torv brick . ore building, mi con. or Mam an. I Uik e'reete. Jaa.H Drill. tw it ry brick bml I I adj lining above, ; I Tin it attract tli to large hardware Kn . i...

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 May 1905

mi om STOCKHOLDERS MEET IN ANNUAL SESSION. The Bank Hat Ample Sur plus to Construct Their New Building. Wednesday morning of last week the itockLolJeri of Marion Bank net in regular annual aession. All the stockholder were present n cptMri. Carrie Maxwell end Ler on, I". I). Mix ell. At this meeting a Jividend of lu per cent, wm declared nJ sHOn wa left in the undivided f re ill account. Tbi undivided profit account, together with tbe insurance tte lack carriej and collected on tLe building tbat burned, will more than be euGcient to construct the 7.(rti0 rr S H'VI building that ii pror0ed aod for which Measri. Harrii Sbopbell, of r.vaneville, hare already (rrparel an J delivered the plaue and specifications, an 1 besides this, tbe bank hat a surplus of 15.CH'.(J. At tbe stockbol.lert u.eliti lt Welneeday tbe directors. II. A. Ea;tet. C 8. Null. and Sta Gug genheim, were re elected Alter tLC atockbe l li ra meetitg ha I rotoilettd ita bun.tetp. tbe boar J of director held a etioo Jun...

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 May 1905

t I I II I II I 1 1 I II 11 I I COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES PROVING OF MUCH INTEREST THE MAN IN GRAY.' We Want to See Yo Now elng Rendered at Opera House.--L.ast Night's Pro gram weil Delivered. ' The kcnual coiiiincnceuietit enr j cists of tie Munon gradei! school ; are now being reudered at ttie opera louse. Tbu eutira program will run tl.ioub tlree eveiiiun, tie first and ! hecoud limits lieiug devoted to tie r.lutioK clans of tb cuiuiiiou ticlool work aud tie last Li'Lt to the lijb acloul clans. ''. Tbe icliool las completed ill eleteath years work under tie iiiiu atfemeut of Claries Kvktit tud tbe Ligh icLool class graduktiri( this yew it tbe Ur t iu tit school's Listory, tLe number being fourteen l or sewl years the Msrion graded acbool bat been noted for leading the state in tht uuniWer of v common ( Lool graduate", aud judging from the thirty lit Irigbt boys and girls flouipletiug tLe common sclool, or igbtb grade work tit school meant to contmut it preetage. ' 1.mI tiigLt the au...

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 May 1905

m . n it n n n B W D3 K a Cm mm MM vw am II Ma mm w 0 0j to $Cothinr! Clothing;! JXj Hnnd thing for you in Stylish and Nobby Suits 8 Pants, Coats and Pants 8! Men and Boys 8? A Bic- Savin? for You in Our Prices 1 1 j " ------------- M YOU GET WHAT YOU WANT MERE V A TJT.1T T I -Cll TfFMHFTM tf.H g ID YOU SAVE MONEY BY BUYING FROM XI -IN V -- W 1 . .--. w -w . aBIBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBSEBBB i i .New unu Stylish Hats Caps Shoes Belts Laces Allovers See Our New Dress Goods vSpecial Values In New and Stvlish Wash Good's White Goods, Organdies, Taffetas Just Received The Best in the City A Nice Line ..of.. Ladies' 0) i nw ri rr W SHOES Patents. Vitis W and Tan -ri. -.!.-,rt-. Dornrrl "'Pelican J'"'1" Ji. E. CiiTTENDEs) Editors C. H. WiiiTteoi be j and Publishers Subscription, $1.00 Ter Year Sworn Circulation 1900. Tb iworrt average circulation from July 15, 1904, to September 15, 1904, 1500. Circulation increasing w-kly. an il bow about 2000. Advertising con trac...

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