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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 2 June 1905

J 1U TV 971.71. 51 1 TTTi n Vol ume I Marion, Crittenden County, KeniucKy, Friday, June 2, 1905 Number 47 WING ACROSS THE RIVER )INC8 AT FAIR VIEW AND ROSICLAIRE. .D CENTER FURNACE STrlKK County It to Do Ro jpenod After Forty Years of Idleness. K mi'lair I and Feiivlew Mii.ot - t river at oh putting nut ly tonnage. Tli fainnue U ! owned by J. It. Mclean of I'm. t'l Inquirer he t--ii running b ..r than fori year and under B 1riK'IHllt ( C''tlll Til tlla n.iitaina !( iiorinMt out put. Tl.nl in ay i.av torn Iim of the .lit of ore lu a I' hi I flaeore Vot y b well lo iiU that while ; Mperly ha beu o potato I fr t!.a forty yeaiath wirking ( t.lay la n.it iiiurn than 3-n foot and to I'lla Jf t It the or la. hi. irked out ainl remove I fimii i an alt acr tract of land. At ; depth ofth haft tl it between iM ami ft.) fool al l l"irv lew ran ba in mm ( the lotoat and lii"t too l. rn iiiiniug tato b found III III Weatoln I i-kySoutherq Illin.i t tliatrlrt. - Falrvtew mine ar opr r tli Falrvlew...

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. — 2 June 1905

sasssaeMnmssissswsssaMa HENRY HAMMONDS Former Marion Boy Killed at Columbus, Ohio-Body Buried at Evansville. made us chairman ot t tie convention, that the majority 1" Congress will be compelled t take action with a view to obviating the steady dell cit does mt a.irree with tlmt made at St. Louis by Secretary Shaw, re cently, when lie said, "We are hot worried about te lelleit," but Mr. Taft's version is the one entertained by the President and a majority of is unanimously opposed to the char acter of legiHlation rei'oimiiended by the President. The committee will lil-et a'niii two weeks Imfum I'on ress convenes and will report a bill witl) which It hopes to lead ot! the passage by the House of measure in accord with tbe views of tbe Presi dent. This bill will amplify the Kikins anti-rebate law no as to pi- the members of his cabinet. Secre-, vent any portability of rebates, winch retary Taft told the Ohio Convention that Congress would have to restore tbe war tasns, Increise the In...

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. — 2 June 1905

1 CHOOL TRUSTEES LITTLE ADVICE ON TIMELY SUBJECT hould Avoid Teacher Who Snys"TheOld Man" and Can "Elocuto." Lo following B.lvice to srbool t' i'H iH takeu from th Living. !i lietnocral: be time in now litre for scbool trcM to bejjiu to cat about for lit-r m for tbe full school itu I the y sfTlle pedagogue it abros 1 iu UuJ, "bealiug tbe busbea,"fhak- hau.ls anl spouliug forth o. Ins o( ins pent up ituowieilge, try- to impress tie stupul Tj trut j with the wonder of bow "one lull heal" ran contain kit that be ws. Anl h erbool teachers are humau beingt, we woulJ like to br a few wor.le of aJvice to Iran alMiut the character of t .(!. cr uiiplojr, m: Never employ k i .g inku thkt unci profaue lkii ,;, lriiik whisky or emukt-f ri :n Never employ k young iuau It ii t0 Ity to engge iu tome of belifit labor 'luring vtrttiou. r t-juploy k young man that bet personal pride enough to go u Irt-naril. Neter employ k young tl.kt speakt of bil father at Ibe I M.n.'' Never employ k oung ft tkt wi...

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. — 2 June 1905

The Crittenden Record ISSUED WEEKLY. Jas. E. Cittenden) EJitorB C. H. WuiTEHorsE J and Publishers Sworn Circulation 1900. Chairman Dodse. of the Nitiouhl 8Dd I Ibiuk I Rain a grett dial of Association for tbe improvement of information by reading them. It county roads, will be invited to at- seems to m that there is nothing tend, and a general edueatioual that would stimulate the farmer movement will be inaugurated, as more thau to have a meeting every well as plans for the betterment of three months and have ubjct Subscription, $1.00 Fer Year our system of road working. j assigned different members for din- Mr. Clem S Nunn, chairman orcussiou. Uy bo djiug we may gatner the county development and Good the ideas of others and compare Roads Committee, has the matter in them with our owu, and it seems lo Tk ,nrr. ooorana ri rrn 1 Rhnn I l, ., . D .n l n.;tb a at rnn it ami able me W8 WluLlt urOIlt tnereOV. 11 AUD . ' 1 . I" - . . - lUfllVi ...... " " . v " p i O from July 15, 1904, to ...

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. — 2 June 1905

w. L. D S o 2 u g a) --- - Of Yourself, Your Family and Your Bank Account, Come Examine Our Goods and Get Our Prices. Money Savers In Clothing for :-: Men and Boys We Mean Uvery Word of It. Come and See for Yourself. Don't Fail to Examine Our Shoes, Slippers and Oxfords In Black, Tan, Chocolate and White For- Men, Women and Children We'll Save You Money Summer Dress Goods New Line of Hats Lion Brand Shirts and Collars Carpets and Matting Hosiery Underwear NO TROUBLE to SHOW GOODS s H O E S A PLEASURE TO PLEASE Taylor 3D. Caiman Hav Ju.t Iterelved Our 1 New I, In of Duck Hats Alio Hplendld Valu In hlffon and lflr Braid Hats I for Dressy Wear I. . . ......... t iiiss Aua namg Q Company b iiil.lliijt with A. S.l'avender OCAL BREVITIES. ) W. L long!ea Oif jrde. IV. Ellington returned to Tulu IV. I f, fruits and freah groceriee ('other's. u Fob returned bom from i Stur lay. Mr Vegetable of til kind It X Ticker' grocery. $ Orr, of Trovidence, visit J id lb city Sunday. try Cull, of riturg...

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. — 2 June 1905

1 TO C'.: OF VALUE MUST BE USEFUL. A !,.: , c !v ::! out ;., a:: 1 i- furoo'to th.' v. i. .. '. . i l'.'"' '.I U - in j".-: !:..n.. iu po-:r ;v t'.: -:r ' : VC tC Vil'r.'i : . ,1.0 t'.r i. i LC'2;YAR'S Dl'SiNuSS CClls.G.., CVANOVILLL. ID .4 hCo'KINSV ILLC. K'.'. H. K. Woods Jas. II. Okme Our Drug Store Is In a Tent Situated on a vacant lot in rear of our store which burned, and on BanK street, opposite the Record Office that burned. We arc ready to fill all orders. We have just received a line of FRESH DRUGS from St. Louis: Telephone No. 4, or bring your pre scriptions and have them filled. I Fine Cigars and Stationery. Two Registered Pharmacists WOODS (& ORME. Mrs. Lola Davidson Is now ready with her stock of sple ndid NEW MILLINERY GOODS, And they are on Eale at the Fulace Store in the Curnahan building on Salem street. All the Latest Patterns and Best Designs. Experienced Trimmer. My gooas are all in good form and shape and vrero not damaged in the awful tire that destroyed o...

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. — 2 June 1905

ous and Ample An foments to Provide For Veterans. E T ROSE BUD. very CAN NOT PAY THEIR EXPENSES. .K !( ft IllUllllllfOtlllHlllllf B I'.nt of it recent circular rel tin. entertainment of I'uiifHil- hii.. who iiiy ton hiiiu their rxpmiae while there h reunion, tli following let- i, .HI mailed t'l ftll C'ollfmlet- k onfeiitate vetrran n( the iiuauiilerataiidliig ncniin to from ii circular biter la in I wtifi toii li-i.li;nrtM J ty fi, concerning the end r- nf C.iiifu'!i'tiic iluriii He 1 in J mm. :ii.iv ftl y erruiicoiia III. pre 11 l utJect, tt.o executive e train to V, 111 f I J 1 1 1 , M t - 1! t gelieroll Bil l ample ill 1,1 W ill be provided f,, i Will lint l !)! to defray !, i xprnar. while In ti e city. trvrr, ( til greatrel mi- ti nt camj (l.cnil I at t i t f nun. lor drairlng to avail r '( aurb I.". j'lUlity. JiilI.N li. I.KAlllF.liS. trill (' ll.fr, lat Il'lll.l'lll t Hitter. I IUS. I o-lioUNK. -c (Juaitiirly meeting will convene at Ilila place J mil. 10 ami U, Willln H alley...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 2 June 1905

' I t - 1 1 , I hoes and Furnishi The "Eclipse n 6 A Shoe of Merit :For Swell Dressers: We are exclusive agents in Marion for "Fclipse" and "iianan" Shoes the shoes worn by well dressed people. They are knovn the world over for their extreme excellence in style, fit, beauty and quality. One trial makes a regular customer. Call and inspect them. a '- QgS 1! 11 v I x 1 ' i '! . ... V H , :i . Hi ..; i ' i! I , J ; . i : . t . WE have thu most beautiful lino of up to date neck wear evi-r brought, to Crit tenden county. Ail the latent nnl most fascinating color designs. Our shirt department is well tilled with the best the market allonb. Our hoiery and underwear is as good as the best, and we can please the most skeptical person. Furnishings For the Ladies We have a magnificent line of Pry (toods, Dress Goods. Mohairs and silks. Call and see them. THE PALACE J. B. RAY, Proprietor MARION KENTUCKY : Local News As Cathered by Our I, Lnicieni vuirw- pondents TOLU. 4 I lur (lira tm uvh inuiu...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 9 June 1905

DIE PLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY, JUNE 9f 1905. - NUMBER 48. i . I - ! , Opporfyonfoesrih Bargains ! I I I i i i '-M liens, Boys ond Children Clothing ot Prices that ore Economical. Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Wool Goods, White Goods Poncy and Plain to suit the purse. Our Whole Stock Must Go ! Low Prices MtisfrMoveiH And o Stock to Select From 1 Clothing, Dress Gdods Shoes, Hats, Fprnishins ! We Make You Money When You Trade Willi Us. Everybody likes to trade with re liable merchants. Our great aim is to give you best value for least money. See Our Goods, Get our Prices. YRNDELL-GUGENiHEBM COMPANY. i II1ITIIIOTO 1 1 1 ALIdld 5 Mr. William ' c.ni(.riy . arul nh-nt Milli-r, president of the The Fair le Kluorsiiur (imiu nv 11 In. Mr, John Sthra. vice ' stulliriif their lan-r lr.eersoll.',ririanl air IN THE FIELD prehh-nl. have ta?nt risnshb-raLb- linie i iI.hjIiI nlin.l.i- .l r.,1 ,....,.. i.l i ln the ilmtru't aupcrinla-nding the instal- i compressor and an additional puu.p, of...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 9 June 1905

WEATHER FORECASTS FOR MONTH OF JUNE Severe Electrical and Rain Storms Will Prevail at Intervals. The 3rd, 4th and 5th are central re actionary storm dates, with conjunction of moon with sun and earth on the 3rd. By the 3rd storm conditions will be well organized in western sections, the 'barometer will fall to storm readings the temperature will be high and ris ing, with cloudiness increasing to pre cipitation. From the 3rd to 5th, in clusive, these conditions will pass pro gressively over the country from west to east, causing rains and thunder btornis generally in their passage. The mercury perturbation is central on the 3rd, extending over this reactionary period and covering the next storm period following. This mercury dis turbance will tend to prolong cloudy, threatening positions between the two periods. Mars period begins almut the time of new moon, on the 3rd, which additional influence will help to obliter ate the interim of fair weather between these periixls. The storm p...

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. — 9 June 1905

1 S. S. Teachers' Training Class. Jt-Hua remained upon earth forty days hvr hw resurrection, showing by liny infallible proofs that he wan n from the dead, lie was wen by Uy at different time. At lant, to Lure them of hia identity, and to let in know that he waa bodily leaving th and taking his permanent abode Cod's right hand, he led a goodly iipimy out as far as Olivet, gave ,n a parting blessing and ascended the Father. There were three nti- ratices of Christ after his ascension. ii.H'iired to Stephen, who saw him the right hand of God as he was . .1 ii. . mt; munyrin. ne iiiM-ar- to ram die way to Iumitm-us, and the testi- Lv of that Hptwtle is "Laiit of all he , Hi-en by me also, as of one born iif due time." The third appcar-i- was to John on the Isle of I'attnos. church had suffered severe pcre ii.n under Nero. John had been hun ,1 to I'atmoa. That vision of Chriht kliraces the lesson for next Sunday. (M Tt.INK OK I.KHNON. John' Wonderful Call. I. The time. . His state of min...

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. — 9 June 1905

PRIME SJOU ? IS FULL OP BARGAINS AND NEW GOODS OP ALL KINDS This Store is fast establishing itself as a Bargain Center. We have no "Special Bargains" but give you a big piece of value in every package. THE Furnishing Goods for Men and Boys. A Large Line, Good Values, Low Prices. Summer Lawns ! 5c Lawns for 4 l-2c 15c 44 44 10c. 25c 44 44 20c 10c Lawns for 6c 20c 44 44 15c 35c 44 44 25c Best and Host Select Line of Shoes. The Best Qual ity and Lowest Prices. "Hannan" and "Eclipse" Shoes for Men. "Drew Selby" Shoes for Women. PALACE J. B. RAY, Proprietor. CARNAHAN BUILDING. MARION, KENTUCKY The Pest $3.50 Shoe The rVittenHon Rornrrl '"'thH't'"'!! 1HC V.U.tUUCII lAllU. U j jurjw irrespective of pt.litira a they ISSUED WEELY. i should have been done, but the Hon. J. 1 F. Gordon in fit in the atove ewe to JAS. E. CHITTENDEN t Editors and ; appoint only a Democratic commission C. H. WHITEHOUSE I Publialwrs. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. F.nUr1 as mmd-Uu matter July l.V .1 Um psli Art ...

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. — 9 June 1905

If It's Oot MIMJ t AND JL Shoes ! W. L Douglas Shoes and Oxfurds - Best In the World. LITTLE RECORDS. K. W. Nunn, dentist. Julius Fohs return)-)) Tueaday fnm Sslem. W. I). liaird went to Fredonia Wed mwilay. F. W. Nunn. tl.-tit iit. at Stewart's gallery. Mm. J. 1!. Drmr wrnt to Princeton Saturday. Mr. Frank Wheeler ia on the sick Iml Uiu nvk. Sam Bennett, of Kelaey, waa in the s-ity Wednesday. W. J. Kay vwited hi family in Kuttawa Sunday. In. R. J. Morris visited relative in t'riK.nUmn Sumlay. Mr. Gus Taylor U visiting relatives in Pnnrcton thia week. Not cloudy anil dirty, hut clean ami clear Sutherland's ice. J. A. Strgar. of Princeton, was in toon Monday on business. J. I. Stewart ia prepared to photo graph any kind of fare. ( itrartor W. E. MrGraw and wife l-nl Sunday in Urn.lrraon. Ju-Vre J. F. Ronton, of Ms-liaonville, In town Monilay on busim-a. Mrs Freddie IVkcna is visiting Mis I rna Price at 1-evia thi ni. M ra. Ed Mfti and children are vimt-1 Kg frirn.U in Wheatrroft thin...

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. — 9 June 1905

j-iM unu t tlllill w w g A Free Gift of HP 3 The Record One Year Free ! A WOMAN'S WIT. n erea llee WH When the Sle roarh Holdup tame. A pkhI llluflrntloii of the ijulrk wit it ii woiiiiiu uppt'iirx lu tlie following Inrtilent of tin' nlil rom lilMK day of Uii' far west. The lint is of the ilo" Mi't (.liow oil In tlii' l'"t of l ulit" ir-i'l did not deserve liix lewiud. Tin' eoiifli wiis mi it; wiiy over it lotii'ly I'oinl nud .in ilt-1 milium' Its ius.i'iiiii'rii n ludy poliiK to join lior lniKl.aticl mill U umn tnivclliii Vy himself. "1 liHVf ,1,iki In my pm-ki'tliook." rmifldod tlic loin' traveler to tin' Imly. "iiihI I fil l very uneasy. Woulil you i inlml i rtnlitiK It In your dress If we lire lii'lil ll tliry nn It'ss llki'ly to M'linli joU." The Imly consented ami Mil tin" roll of Mil. Toward 'Vfiilii(t tin' shout of "Tlirow up y""r tmml"" hroiicht the conch to ii standstill, nail four nii-ii, liiuckwl iiihI on horseback, demanded lit (lie point of till- pistol tllllt H II lll...

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. — 9 June 1905

Tflpit0iTi'""4ri VULTURESOF MEXICO "im I Surplus and Undivided Profits $l,2oo : how these birds haunt the arid W ' ' 8 We Pay Interest on HAVE YOU n AN ACCOUNT WITH US i wiin ,,uri(i bunking. Call and nee uh. We in a p.Mti.m to eapHally serve the farmer, and earnestly elicit them U rail and give us a trial account. I Farmers and Merchants Bank I TOLU, KENTUCKY. 1 I Wt W WW W Ww .V ft. ADAMS S 8VBA0AMS IBAT.P.rPfcS Adams & Pierce MACHINISTS Mining Machinery and Steam Fitting Goods -Or ALL Repair work of all kinds jtfven itromjit attention. Well pumps. sU-am pump-, pump fitting ami all kinds of repairs haul! mitt rwwonaltli' prices and natisfactiun guaranteed. MARION, XOMUlSSIONEe'S SALE. l n:TTr.::t.N (ua ;t rt. Ki. I W. l-amh, admr of t.miaa Campbell, I'ltf .. . Against lu" V. KXampMI etc. dft By aartue of a julgment and order of n the Crittenden circuit r.wrt, ren 'bred at the March term thereof. I'.aiV in the above cause, shall prta-eed to j ifer fir aale at the rourth.ajae di...

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. — 9 June 1905

LOCAL NEWS The Continued Story of Current Events Dycusburg. Mrs. Mary Graves, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hill, Misses Lucile Graves, Evangeline Scott, Estelle Richards, Edmonia Ben nett, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Miller, all of Paducah, came up on the excursion given by Str. Cowling, Sun day, and spent the day with friends here. Mrs. Emma Hayward, of Marion, is visiting relatives at this place. Wm, Dyeus and Ed Mitchell went to Eddyville Sunday. Dr. W. S. Graves, of Paducah, is spending the week with his sister, Mrs. O. H. Scott. Mesdames Payne and Nail and Master Rhea and little Miss Kathlene Dycus, of Kuttawa, visited the family of F. B. Dycus last week. Profs. Canterbury and Lasher, Dr. Leon Adams and Mr. Tom Wilson, of Smithland, were in town Sunday Mrs. Marvin Akin, of Paducah, is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. M. Graves, Dycusburg and Kuttawa base ball teams had a game here Tuesday, Mrs. Mattie Wellington spent several days in Paducah recently. Mrs. Bettie Duncan has been Visiting Mr...

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. — 16 June 1905

wtittemm ttnfm VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY JUNE 16, 1905. NUMBER 49 t It is safe to pi Figure on Iff Saving Money 3 . .. y$ every time ZXH vnn hnv rkt r Yandell Gugenheim Company Wash Goods Dry Goods Wats Shoes Oxfords Lace Curtains Shirts Carpets Mattings Rugs CLEARING OUT OF ALL CLOTHING ! CLOTHING, PANTS AND COATS FOR MEN, BOYS rtNU IHILUItclN AT A DISCOUNT OP ONE-POURTH NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY! Your Dollar will do double duty here ! We give you a Guarantee on all we sell ! It is safe to figure on wearing up-to-date clothes everytime you buy of Yandell Gugenheim Company gYA'NDELL-GUGENHEIM COMPANY. BUSY WEEK AT THE ALTER OF HYMEN Seieul ol Martuo's Pnimlonnt Tuung People are Married. The gn.irn has Urn known hrre for everal year, and it a valued -n, I of A .! inn A IVree. the maehini.ta Th ruple ha many fri. n.U who , wii-h them king, successful live. They I will rcide at the miili-nre of Mr. Vina Howrrt.Hi, on Mmn street. PROSPECTS FOR OIL IN THIS DISTRICT la Honor o...

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. — 16 June 1905

Sheriff's Sale For Taxes ! Ry virtue of taxes due Crittenden county and J. W. Lamb, S. C. C. for the year 1904, amounting to the sum of $ , I, or one of deputies, will, on Monday the 10th day of July, 1905, be tween the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., and 3 o'clock, P. M., at the court house door in Crittenden county, Kentucky, expose to PUBLIC LALE, to the high est bidder, for cash in hand, the follow ing property, (or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the taxes due aforesaid and costs) to-wit: MARION PRECINCT, NO. 1. Baird, Andrew G., 60 acres near A. H. Cardin, '04 tax and cost, 10.90 Bigham, Jas. W., lfiO acres near Wm. Hughes, '04 tax and cost, 33.00 Bryant, Mrs. Mary E-, 93 acres near Mrs. Sallie Moore, '04, 9.35 Cannan, Geo. W., lot in Shady Grove, 1904 tax and cost 6.10 Douglas, Geo. VV., 4 acres near Samuel Woodson, '04, 8.50 FritU, Wm. E., 28 acres near R. C. Fritls, '04 tax and cost, 8.20 Glendale Mining Co.. 65 acres near B. B. Terry, '04 tax and c...

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. — 16 June 1905

Good Real Estate Investment ! 'II It you I lovt Hop." ' ThM MM lotkl call y (ool a party food aifo T linX" Wc have sccvrcd exclusive rights and will begin the publication of Bachdler'i masterpiece of fiction Ebcn Holden as a serial in this paper. Most of our readers have heard of the gTcat popularity of this story, which has been a high priced book and is now for the first time secured tor news paper readers. Plenty of Rapid Fire "Uncle Kb" pobably comes nearer lo the heart of nature than any character of mod ern fiction. If you arc not a subscriber Wegin now and get the first paper containing the story (The first chapter of this story will apjK'ar next week.) HOW ROY WAS SAVED FROM WATERY GRAVE Bis 0n Story, tfrltlcn by His father Just as He Told It. t VT Thr Iteeordl Thr reader of Thr Krrord will plraxr ' nru thia delay, a it waa unintrn-1 tionaL ! It")- will I ninr year old in nrit rrxoth. I rrproduer hi tory for the l-rnrtlt of any hi (!ult the' promuut of the Inl to l with thiw...

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. — 16 June 1905

- :-:.:;" JjtiiJjSiSS ------- e$ THE PALACE STOK IS PULL OP BARGAINS AND NEW GOODS OP ALL KINDS I? This Store is fast establishing itself as a Bargain Center. We have no "Special Bargains" but give you a big piece of value in every package. "e Vo-l'"? -y-.-.iTAfef.-.r'.l Purnishing Goods for Men and Boys. A Large Line, Good Values, Low Prices. Summer Lawns ! 5c Lawns for 4 l-2c. 15c " " 10c. 25c " " 20c. 10c Lawns for 6c 20c " " 15c 35c " " 25c Best and Most Select Line of Shoes. The Best Qual ity and Lowest Prices. "Hannan" and "Eclipse" Shoes for Men. " Drew Selby " Shoes for Women. PALACE1 J. B. RAY, Proprietor. CARNAHAN BUILDING. MARION, KENTUCKY 1 5 The Hest SUM Shoe V55 The Crittenden Record THE ECONOMY OF KENTUCKY STATE BAR CONCRETE HOUSES ISSUED WIXLY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN C H. WHITEHOUSE Editors and Publithers. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. They Would Last forever and Would 1 Need no Paint. Enter..! u hcoUUm mmtttr July I. I'."l. l the p-v-r at M'-"i. Kr . in-t"f An -t '"...

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