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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 12 May 1905

WiWrv Superior Virtues We Do But we do claim to have the most complete line of Clothing, Shoes and Oxfords in the county JPilEl Not Claim get 1 w !fil Wc have a bench tailored anil hand finished line of Clothing and Extra Pants For Men and Hoys 'I hey are "Sterling" in worth and "Perfection" in quality and workman ship. To appreciate them you must sec them. Shoes, Slippers and Oxfords For Ladies, Children and Misses In Kid, Patent, Tans and White. All new and of the latest styles. They are of the best values that can be had. Don't Fail to Examine Them VV. L. Douglas rcd, The best in the world for $3 and $3.50 Summer Dress Goods, Waistings Carpets and Mattings New line Hats and NecKwear NO TROI'IJU: to snow ooods ana a Pleasure to Please Taylor & Caiman m 111 K Wrl I . V ! I It. I ill i ll Mud OCAL BREVITIES. W, L Douglu OiforJi. piif.t cell on W'ooJi 0. BourlanJ writ to Black-i idiea. fruit an t freeb grooeriee' Crpher'i. i f Jrueciet luu.lrier call I A Ornie. X Curry, cf Lmiget...

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 May 1905

f :-.f I) -V r 'I i 1 IE HUNDRED YEARSOLU SALEM CHURCH BRATES. CELE- Blrthdayof the Oldest Bap tist Church is Western Kentucky. Krirly mhi.Ihv lii'Tiiintr, April 20l!i. ; 1 1 ,-! o from (ill puna of t!i" .iirroiiiiil inf country lo'irau lo i;H!liir at oU! Salein churi'li. t ti only century plant in t 1j in part nf thosuto. Tfiecliureli : ami community, proud if tlm dis tinction, pnrd no effort toromm.in orate the event with appropriate ner-! I VIl'CH. The liieetiliK W caltnl to i tl.e pant. r, Kid. t'. tl. Hiinhttn. The program n read mi l tint writer elected clerk 7 the ninctin. T'n choir mi l coureijatio.i auiiiT fueling ly "Oh! Tliit.k of a Homo Over Tl.ore." after which Kid. W. K- Iribtn led in pra.VHr. The history of i of the church prepared ly Kid. J. S. Henry wan read by the author in the church and hy Kid. T. A. t'oi.way in the nr"Ve. The followinK' br-threti I KUlerJol.n Lock I art spoke teti derly of I. Is conversion I t re and first , efforts to preach the fo-pel. Bros.' ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 12 May 1905

I ening OF MUSIC inth Annual Alumni of the ? Marlon Common and High School. Friday tvt-niDK, May Gib, mo Jojable gathering met in tLe new iditorium of Marion ScLool to QUOTATIONS AND REMARKS. iioi)si:((iii,f. White hmt it au ex,?ellMit work in,; tMiiperntiire. A library I h cradle, of Iem icriuy, (.'arneil. Cirii K'ivi H Htnuttiut; ik relt h the liivtirx, I liavti anu.etiine atked jijaMf wlietlit-r tlm pHinuiihtie I'Mty mufct .11.. it ...... I.. L .. 4 uiu l'ri'i? n -nii uw U ITU Baill, - jndtbe It-otb annual aluroui of 9 jltln IVim-n, (irave. M,rion rommoD cbool ml bib Wliy ut Sllk wtj,tl,,r ttj i.m;) i i . - tool graduate prof. Evaut, ar-titi an tuHxtuiitu, jDPil tbe evening witb a dint by 101 (luttava Hayue ami Mamie ibbard, which wan followed by i fell or genet l aLauing of band tlil graduate, after wbich a long i givt-D by tU youo .utlrilt .sin lot frier, lVr! Do a, (Jut I Hay net and Mamie Hubbard. n. tUOtt pleantnt thing Of the tii ii tbe tointi given by av of tbe gra luatet ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 12 May 1905

i Local News FREDONIA AND KELSEY, went to Southland As Gathered by Our I Efficient Correa- t pondents. t DYCUSBURG Louis Clifioti, of Marion, was in town last week E. J. Brown Monday. Tbos. Brasher and faruily returc ed from Indian Territory last week. Misses Nonio Savage and Bertie Dooms are visiting Mrs. Ed Lowrey this wiek. Master Chde Smith, of Clay, re tuined home Saturday after several weeks' visit to Lis aunt, Mrs Heurj Wells, of this place. Meatrs. Enmiette and Herbert Graves and Robert Scott were in Salem Sunday. Miss HeBter Crouch visited Mra. Frank Dycus last week. Mrs. Ralston is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Overby, of May field. Billie Smith and family, of Liv ingston county, panned through en route to Clay Saturday to visit rela tives. Cernie Dooms, of Kuttawa, wis in town one day last week. Mrs. T. II. Mctteynolda enter taintd a number of friends at her home Wednesday. Father Otendahl made a pastoral rail to members of his church at this place last week. Judge Grav...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 May 1905

his Crittendlen Record Volume I Marion, Crittenden County, KentucKy, Friday, May 19, 1905 Numbs? 45 BRICK WORK IS COMPLETE ON THI ADAMS & PIERCE MACHINE SHOP. NEW HOTEL RUMORED I Work Commenced on Threo Storo Building on Main Street. Mwirt. AUt.i and I'iere hav unpletej th lirlck work on their ttorjr machine shop nu lUnk trset and th carpenter will ad- (iir tli wood wurk considerably i li week, Hi rmf baring b ip ii put a. II will bo but a abort tun until i Unit ami fierce will he ready for 'i.Iiikm fu their naw quarters, lining I. flrat to rebull I. nu k c iiitr.'i..r it r. ju- ink's turned the brick maaone in nu a ihree store buildings lu be rn rurted for Mra. Wheeler on Main greet. It la reported that the build- kg adjoiuitig Ida Marion bank Hi Ir irrupii by Ilia I'alare dry good. re of which J. II. It 1 la i tiifrl- r, ami It la undeietood Idat M'uu. ('..inll and Stone, of lb ( ., l ire will occupy tlmir old ilanJ, it in a uiur modern and convenient i re building. It la also...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 May 1905

CLOTHING rA $15 OU Suit for y.M M. 00 Suits for 5 50 IV ViO Coats for :i.75 2.50 OiM Pants 1.M jh Children.-' Suits worth $5 00 for 2.5.) I am compelled to re duce my r,uirr-,cr sto k of SnOhS W $1.00 Corsets to Hundreds of other bargain price ri we can show you better than we can For the Next few Days I Will Offer Unusual Bargains in And other goods . Will discontinue handling clothing and gentlemen'. furnishing goods, and the prices I have placed on what I have will sell them FIRST COME, FIRST SkRVFI). LOOK AT THI: PRICES. Excellent Line of Dress Goods, Domestics and Notions. Our Prices Will Moe Them. SDc Table Linens - - i'ts. 2c IVmde IIft Calico - '-t. -5c Matting i t i ts. 5'c Summer Pre-siuM , cts. -M cts. '5 it-. My line of tielitle mens' Furnishing (Soods must go. Nic liii" of Hose Selling at WOO MRS. A. iS. CA VENDER ! IIuvo ii Line of fJ .Sprintf Straw Halt faj and Wool Hats t That space has coin . t$i i lld tun to put in ,,. m , bargain list to (,,,. 4 them out. 'V &...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 May 1905

INDIGESTION'S KECORJ) THt Uit ninf'lr I can Tt-Hh tut your 4 ,igallna niA'Ltin. lil.nrn A ii it ml I-lower. ; know of arvrtMl olliri iliu 1411a wiiuui. ktll It regularly " HHnili(etlori 1 nulinc mi awful rtvonl ii cmux of iiii!rn ilntlia. It la l-jt-in hrrtf.lluie in I'll g1ill lunml. J ion tr.l in the i.ixrn d.iiljr of yitr. t it'.r tiralthv ni l evni rolmtt mm liriiig n.l ttai.knl atilh acute iiiil.j;. :jini MT enjoying a lirailv iur4l, mul ul tlirir ilvine In mmir cue U f i r i j,!iituiit . ni l b callnl in. tjl'lii ihoul i be a wirnlntf to vou avlio .:!rr with rrgulur or ' nolii-al stliiA, l nxl irrmltuti. If tlirv uiilirtuniite ic ru:i ( acute lii'lrsiniii luil tukfii a doaa i( Oircn a Autut I'Inwcr lw. !.r or after tlirir tllruU tliry wotiM lit lnvf Ullen a jiirjr Iniurli mi.l.lrn arit'irra, JUKUt Vomrt nrvr lit lnlicn,,ri t.-jr rifjtiiiggnol (titration. It ! r-ruUti ilii Iivn, fiunlir. tha I.U.I an. I ti.nM i j t riiUr ajrttriD in a IuIiiihI war. t Ulaaa-ita, jja tai 7jc. All...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 May 1905

The Crittenden Record ISHfED WEEKLY. J as. E. CiiTTENTEs) Editors C. H. Whitehoi'sk J and Publishers Subscription, $1.00 Per Year Sworn Circulation 1005. The sworn average circulation from July 15, 1904, to September 15, 1904, 1600. Circulation increasing weekly, and is now about 2000. Advertising con tracts solicited. Entered as second class matter July 15, 1905, at the poetoffiee at Marion, Ky., under Act of Congress cf March 3, 1879. FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1905 REPUBLICAN TICKET. For County Judge WALTER A. BLACKBURN For County Attorney CARL HENDERSON For County Clerk C. E. WELDON For Sheriff J. F. FLANART For Jailor ALBERT H. TRAVIS For Asaeis(r J. ANTHONY DAVIDSON For Surveyor JAS. E. SULLENGER For Coroner CHARLES WALKER For School Superintendent JOHN B. PARIS ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR RKTRESENTATl VE. Cochran We are authnriztd to aDDou.ice Thomas II. Coctirac a candidate to represent the district competed (f Crittenden aud Lir IngotoD counties in the Kmturky legislature; subject to the actio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 May 1905

f dm, I k r a n vr r in nr'-'irr i t-ttp i i A. r AlAAut VALUE t When You Deal With Us You Can Rest Assured That Each Package is' a Value WE SHALL endeavor at all time to give you better values than you will find elsewhere, especially In Clothing of all kinds for men and boys, Shoes, Slippers and Oxfords for men. women, boys and girls, the newest things in Dress Goods and Walstings, Carpets, Mattings and Rugs, "Lion Brand1' Shirts and Collars, Hosiery and Underwear. jet There is a Bargain in Each Package j& W. L, DOUGLAS Shoes and Oxfords Are best by test, andjtrc so known the world over. BUY THE DOUGLAS I NO TROUBLE to AND SHOW OOODS A Pleasure to Please Taylor Carman. LOCAL BREVITIES. y w. L. Douglas OiforJs. H. Ssjre went to Wbeetcroll bodies, fruits aud freib groceries Copber's. r sud Mr. Tonkin went to l.trroft Suodsy. rns A Hubbard recfive fnib fcUrrui every dty. tw vegetables of til Libia tt a u iVkent' grocery. .1 Cl.flon went t lVlucth Ut to attend the certiivtl. I sper...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 May 1905

8 nvi, nf UiiMilicm i I DUJ Ul l uyuuoiu - A WVU 'Populism ix a term at which many eminently respectable but Hint ly misinformed ptrsoiis nhy, like the staid old fur m horse when Le first encounters u automobile ou the roaJ to town," write Charles U Da France, Secretary IVople'e Party National Committee, in Teiu Wat sou's Magazine for May. "They regard it hh eyuouyinouH with Social ion), anarchy, bomb tbrowiiij,'. nihil ism and half a dozen other real or fancied evils. That it is simply a abort exprcssiou for progressive, radical or JefforHonian Democracy Las nevjr oecnrre.1 to them. "Populism is a term which well illustrates the growth of language, the evolution by which circumlocu tion is avoided and clearness of ex pression attaiued Yet, at tbe fame time, it is ttu apt illiiHtratiou of tue power of a subsidized press to create an erroneous public opinion. ' Hack in the early 'Hits, when the People's Party was being organised in a number of Western Slates, there was considerable d...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 May 1905

NTUGKY PRESS ASllflll 10 MEET ft! CERULEAN SPRINGS. Hundred Nowspapor People Will Hold Annual Con ventional Popular Health Resort. ii. r Henry U. Lawrence, wlm 1 1 1 ii 1 r of tlit exwutlvw ooiii t lli Kentucky J'rt-xM .n-o- n, innkea the following an , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 lii iIih i'.illi p.vi'iinl : held tl,(. n .(iiiii,- f.,11, ttl(. pavilion, iinil that afternoon they will li-itvc i. n a wct-k'n trip tn Cliica go mi l tin- Ink ik. S...,-t r.iii like two Iiutldixl pro .. w i. lucky Ire Aocint ( nU w ill attend tl.iH meeting, itud the ,..l II convention ll,, y,-T Ht fact tliat tl. ro .,.,,1 ion U l l l.eld ;, un Spring. Tim matter u J on TrL'K eom.t y t.,i i a c.nii llment !, I upon At a liiHtin (.f til fX-, to tl,e county that every 1 1 : z -1 1 will . roiniiilttew held iii I,oiil.- , t..iii.Ut.. with iiomiifi:i -l.,;i,e of ll.e eact date. Iih t tiien ' pride. Cerulean , on f ft, , l.l, Lilt tl.e Contention w.ilj.e tlimitir.il , ,., ,,) ...im-lime between Id lot!, m,. 'tlmi c,,t. l'..o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 May 1905

FIGHT ON TRUST PRACTICALLY WON ACCORDING TO CLAIMS OF COMMITTEE, BIG DEAL ON FOR CROP. Pledges For 1903 Tobacco Will be Sent Out Immediately- jllopkitisville New Era .A important mooting of the exec utive committee of the Dark Dis trict Plauters' Protective Associa tion was held linns yestorday after noou. resident Charlea Tort, of llobertsou county, Tenu., presided, aud Vice' President Charles E. Har ker, Secretary Snaddon, F. ti. Ewing, chairmau of the executive committee, aud a uuinber of the chairmen of the comity organiza tions in the nineteen cuntles of the dark tobacco belt were present. The feature of tho meeting wan the the report of Chairmen Effing who returned yesterday from New York where be spent several weeks la the Interest of the association. While declining to give the result of bis trip in detail, the committee ex presses itself as Jubilant over the the outcome aud confllent that the fight of the farmers against the t-- bauco trust is practically won. The following...

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. — 26 May 1905

v.. .' ' :: - ' . . u - .. - , en Volume I Marion, Crittenden County, KentucKy, Friday, May 26, 1905 Number 46 ' EVANS CANNOT BE RETAINED ALL EFFORTS TO THAT END ARE FRUITLESS. A SPECIAL MEETING Was Held For the Purpose of Discussing Ways and Meant. 'I'll School rrutteti and Comtner . lal Club directors met lu joint tee- loll last Mo, iday ulght, at a ceijed meeting in th ttor room ' Cch tu & Picket' hardware ttor lor th purpo of dltcuttlng way and mean for retaining Prof. Chat. Event hi chare of Marlon Llraded Hchoola. It l lo t reveled that the diffi culties, prlucipslly financial,' were fmnd to be insurmountable lo the ' of tli present limited resources f the city ltd th ad dej burden of rerent fire. It would have born tie- rllirjr III IIIH tddttll'bal fUDlIt I J I rival iubtcrlption, to meet th In reeied ripenees made necessary lo rrtalu tli arrf leee of Prof. Kvana, n. conducting tli trh-xil ou th I iiirs desired by li I in. One of lilt slip. latlene ii th pro! Wuu of fund ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 May 1905

;! A Toast: -By- . Miss Carrie Moore A Merry Hour That Leaves no Heartache. come tbe privilege of greetirg our oll friends. Each one we fee calls back some plea euut memory, until tbe climax is retched with Mr. Evans, whose broad guile reminds us of bappy days departed, and who adds to our glee by declaring that his other countenance i which dees not consist of this broad smile and which is not used on pleasant on casions) has been forever discarded. And last, but not leant, for the unbounded happiness of this cocas eion, I turn to the younger members of our society. Tour generosity is unlimited; your hospitality is un- The following toast was delivered by Miss Carrie Moore at the alum nal meeting of the Marion Graded School graduates recently held in tbe new auditorium of tbe school building; I am certain that it is not neees eary to assure you of the very great pleasure it affords me to meet the members of our Alumni Association. You must know as well as if I Lad told you a thousa...

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. — 26 May 1905

WASHINGTON LETTER. i From our Regular Correspondent ) Wellington, D. 0."Tb jro lected bogs must take their Liul ftt out ot tbe trough," "I demand the moat favored cation treatment for ouranlvea in tba construction of the Panama canal," ''For American iiianufftcturers to toll to foreigners. nt a profit, at rici from one third to one half lower than they aell the muie gooda at home in not a tquare deal to the folks at home." With juicse characteristic and forceful, Djowely phrases l'rssideut Itoossfelt a launched a new issue, at least a w one for the Republican party, ud there are strong iudicatious hat he will gain the support of the American people aud put some hide ouud ultra protectionist, to con ation. In bis mcxisge to congress, last rcf iiibcr, tbe president wrote, ' I V ill bae something to say on the iriff question latr on," but prouii- fc.nt members of his party who were i rmitted to read a proof ot the Ii.ciHsge before it was made public riuadsd him to strike out the sen- u...

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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. — 26 May 1905

ISSUED WEEKLY. Jas. E. Ciittendes Editors C. H. WiiiTEHOusE ) and Publishers Subscription, $1.00 Fer Year The Crittenden Record Xrit- Tancemet aloutf agricultural lints, and will assure the quickest nil sur est development of our county. Space forbids RiviiiK a full aud complete ac count this week of the work of Liv ingston county, as evideuced at a meetinir of the Fanners' club, held atssal-in May IS. This club holds ret;ul;ir meetings, at such litTretit points throughout the county as may be selected from time to time. Sub jects aro assigned the different mem bers, and after an address Is made. or essay read, the entire membership takes part in a neutral discussnu or the subject. We expect to refer to tulalubject frequently In the future with the hope of encouraging organ ization. Our columns are opeu to full aud free discussion of the subject. By all means organlzi and keep up with the progress of the world at large, aud Llvlugston county lu particular. Sworn Circulation 1900. Th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 May 1905

m ing and- Shoes Grew to We Cduld Make Our Prices Lower, But Otherwise it Would be hard to Do LM t leadv Wear Sterlinrf and 'Perfection' CLOTHING For Men and Hoys Means more than the words signify. We'll save you money and give you the best values to be had. Shoes and t Oxfords The Latest Styles in BLACK, TAN, CHOCOLATE AND WHITE The kind that gives better service than those found elsewhere and costs you nornore. SUMMER DRESS GOODS Carpets, Rus and Matting New Line of Hats All bt the New Styles Lion Brand rU d Collars. THOUSANDS OF A1CN , Of Every Station and Occupation . . Wear . . W. L. Douglas Shoes and Oxfords' They are the Best Made NO TROUBLE to and a Pleasure to Please SHOW (JUUU5 I Have Juit iUcelvet Our Duck Hats : A I to a Splendid Value Id kiffonand I fair Draid Hats for Dressy Wear iss Ada Harris (& Compunr I ill. ling wild A.S.Ceveii.ler CAL BREVITIES. w. L iKaglM Oxfor la. Weldoo. of Tola, wei in B.inday. kl.rt. (ruitt end fretb groceriet .'opber't. J . N. ToJ J, c...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 May 1905

ONLY ONE WAY To Stopthe WholesalePlun KM deringof Railroads. The railroad oouapaaies admit that they violate the law by grant ing rebate, but set up the claim that if they did not do it they would lose their Rhare of the traflia. It is a very singular plea. It ia not half as just as the ope that a man steal because he is hungry, or because hie wife aud children are eufloring for the necessaries of life. "We violate the laws because somebody else does," say the railroad companies. Suppose that every crimiual would set up the smut etcrise for the com mission of crime. And ordinary criminals have a better right to make that plea in palliation for their crime than the trusts and corpor ations have. If. as they admit, the railroad managers are so dishonest that one must violate the law be cause another does, if there is no way to restrain them except to turn the whole matter over to tbeu, and permit them to pool their earnings so that one thief can watch the other thieves, it ia about ti...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 May 1905

'aim age pevmon By Rrv. ink D Witt Tilmale, D.D. M,fc'(l. Cul., M;f Si.-in UiIh (lie !- h lii r rnakt'N a atmi. till- I "lltlllll-lt (if l,f y rchitiniii iiiiiiiiiK imh In tub- rn-iiii' lire Mini fur (In- cun-Iko iinlmlty 'in tin- foritlvciii-sH ,f nl.-. Tin' tint Im Ki.lirKlmm 1 1 1 nut tlte ami ir iiuwu ti.uii Hill " irt lliillyiintluli! An lit.yiir.l I i Hi, tlttll, aitt kiiiuc (mi.. I'll llllllttictlml KOTill f Liolllfl yi.kHl ti'K' tliir. Ulic firxt 1m :i ;l'i lexicon if ln.iiornl Hie votid li of Kiilniilo U-r ('mi Hit IlifMiiliikH ami tl.e I'injf tiifc'ctlii-r In a Kurdcn ii..r li.'iir? (no ttio Mackm-na I t iiihI tfie l'r!t;!itum of mM wnlilot ot tlif unuie altnr T U r aluj 1 in it nup-ri rtxni tain alatcr, wrath, coudciiiLit i. ai'Mn In tncml H-rli,turvT cruel. anil nnfr li out ' 1 tli hiiliiinniili: urm'i'tiiii.'iit oil fflliitaiiinii. A tic! jil ..y l y this iiKKi-llve raptiuu k' 1 1 to tn'.k aU.ut tilit:t,i "' ua tliontl It Will rik'M i tn ta ilik'ry uiit'.l mriMt. !i acr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 May 1905

Local News ftttTtf TTTf T T TT DYCUSBURG. Cleve Martin returned from Ma rion Sunday. Several of our people attended quarterlj meeting at Groves Chapel Sunday. Mrs. Lula Cassidy visited ber daughter, Sir. C. T. Glenn, of Paducab, recently. Mist May me Grates and brother, jng Hugb, went to Kelsey Tuesday. j As Cathered by Our Efficient Corres- I pondents. FREEONIA AND KELSEY, The town can boast of one on the chain gang all by biweelf. Mens' all wool pautp, $1.2o; rueus' all wool outiug suits, $3.75. SAM HONEKIOX Miss Nma Woottou, of Hopkins ville, returned borne a few days ago The best and largest line of cloth- All kinds at all prices. SAM HOWERTOX. Mr. aad Mrs. Dew, of Mullen,) Missel Katie May Lindram and Texas, are the guest j of Mr. and : Hester Cbappell, of Princeton, and Mrs. 0. L. Burks. Judge Graves visited Paducab recently. Mr. Edgie Gregory, Sr., bas been very ill, but is convalescent. T. H. McReynolds and little daughter, Lossie, were in Eelsey Friday. Edgie Campbell baa r...

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