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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 June 1905

r i 114 Better Goods i FOR t Same Money! TO TROUBLE to SHOW GOODS and i L'sfw UTTLE RECORDS. i 1'nliardJ. Morris. Pctit.st. A-' Urn liny left Monday f'r I-ouisvillc V Alburn, of Morgunficld, was here .... T(i.it C i f t n M..m1.iv went to Princeton W. Jttrrs N'iiiiii, d.nti-t, kt Stewart's l.-iwri'iiv Cmre went In I '..'lu-u)i M.itUiv K 1. Nunn, i.f R-siney, a in town '.! U v . J in .U..n, "'f t "r r, in town if .inhiy. I rnet Melton, nf Providence, was i.t.' Siitm1:iv. 1 atof I 'elme i" n 1 ..snsv i!!e. returned Saturday J A Pavidw.n, of i n. w us in ' .-n Monday. i .J S. Givcns, of I'rm ideiice, was in I lw city Monday. I large crowd attended the foot ;..hiriif at r.non Sunday sVnulc Gui-- wa in Stutgi and ..u I ford Sunday. N't. II. Cph-ir returned from Harris : -V, III . Saturday. l loiiily and dirty , hut clean and r.r Sutherlanr Ire " Ta l"r V isilrd friend- and tela n Princeton Sunday. V'. an I Mm. Kre.l l.oe vi.it.-d r la-i- nt I las last week. Mis. In f Nee!) was the gue-t ...

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. — 16 June 1905

"NEAR TO NATURE'S HEART." In Memorial A Free Gift of -P The Record One Year Free! Any of our subscribers sending us $1.50 for any of the latest $1.50 copyrighted books will receive a full years extension on their subscription together With all privileges of new or cash subscribers. 40 of the Most Popular Books in America ! To those who will take advantage of it before August 1, 1905, we will make the following unpre dented offer. THE RECORD, one year Any of the following books, regular price $1.00 1.50 Regular Price for both $2.50 Both to You, before Aug. 1, 1905, for $1.50 Books delivered at the office of The Crittenden Record. Your choice of any of the following books: The Call of th Wild Jack Lamlon Th Gentleman from Indian Booth Tarkincton Soldier of Fortune Davia The Wing ' Mominir Tracey The Grey Cloak Harold MacGrath Saracinraca. F. Marion Crawford Kijrht of Way GilUrt I'arker Cantle Craneycruw McCulchenn Miii i UuMile Kmeraon Hough Quincy Adama Sawyer Chan. Kelton rl:in Adve...

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. — 16 June 1905

NOW IS THE TIME TO USE HYOMEI Capitol i 1 3,000 Deposits $40,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits $l,2oo We Pay Interest on Time Deposits! HAVE YOU AN ACCO WITH US f ir NOT, WHY NOT T Wo have paused AN TLCCCll ?NT m lnroun im experimental stage and we are in HUUUIl I f here to etay. We want your business and s we offer to you every inducement consistent with sound banking. Call and nee u. We are in a position to especially serve the farmer and earnestly solicit them to rail and give us a trial account. Farmers ond Merchants Bank TOLU, KENTUCKY. Far Easier to Cure Catarrh Now Than at Any Other Season. i I .V. ADAMS IRA T. PIERCE W Adams & Pierce MACHINISTS it Mining Machinery and Steam Fitting Goods -Of ALL KINDS- U.INOIS CENTRAL Kfjmir work of all kinds jfivi'n prompt attontion. Well pump, Btenm pumpH, pump fhtmgs and all kind of repairs handled at reasonable prices and satisfaction guaranteed. MARION, KENTUCKY. j people to settle uin the Clay route, which i said ly many to lie th ...

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. — 16 June 1905

I flPAl IWFltK The Continued Story LUlsflL llLffJ of Current Events Dycusburg. I Blackford. Lee Skelton went day. to Sheridan Sun- Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Ramage and Miss Lula Webb, of Marion, are visit ing relatives here. W. E. Charles, our song evangelist, left Saturday for Paducah, where he will assist in a revival. Mrs. T. J. Yeats spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Will Loyd, of Princeton. Miss Marion Richards is attending the teachers' institute in Smithland this week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Scott and son, Robert, spent Tuesday in Marion. Mrs. Henry Wells visited relatives at Tilene Wednesday. Bob Johnson, of Sheridan, was in town Tuesday. Rev. Mr. Oliver has accepted the call as pastor of the Baptist church. He filled his first appointment on the second Saturday and Sunday, the church having changed its regular preaching day from the fourth to the second Sunday. After a week's illness, Chas. Broth er's many friends are glad to see him , out Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Padon, Mrs. Henry Be...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 June 1905

tfn? IE A:. i" r". ' - i- )' . , , ; )LUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COlNTY, KYJUNE 23, 1905. "NUMBER 50. i i ijj Eben Holden" a Masterpiece of Fiction Begins in thisllssiie of The Record. : ' L , ' ' ... ' ' IE NEW HOME OF THE RECORD rk Was Commenced the First of the Week. . i! Built of Concrete, and III! lie ricturcsque In Appearance and Original Id Deslyn. Ill BlUDING PERMITS GRANTED t tin' regular meeting nf the City il Tuesday evening several build- I -a-rrtiit w ere ifmnl.it. Mm. K. ' if vii given MTmnunn ti build two it'iry brick business houses nn i street. Mi-urn. Yiixlcll & llrmr i granted -rmit to build a ! hotel building ,,n Itsnk street, lirniissinii Was granted Messrs. Ili-ixlrfi Si Vhitchiie to erect the L t r y nfficr building on ItnttU strwl. (i i to I occupied hy Thi. Kmmrt ing plant. The fn-t thsl thcie l! rivi were to i up his been mm ) in thrr rulumm hrrrtof'itr. and s n ill f 1hrm ii under wsy. A . t ws also granted fur Ue liiiikl- f tlir Masonic temple, mr nf ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 June 1905

ali JbAAAAAAiiAAA rTTTTTTTTTTTTT M'TTTTTTTTTTTlT'TTf EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING Copyright. 1000. by LOTH R OP -AAA A.,, A M - M-V CHArTKB I. I -v IF all the profile that ever went ML J west that expedition was the IrflUVl ",ost remarkable l,..fU a small buy In a tAg basket on the back of a Jolly old man, wbo carried a cane In one band, a rl tip In the other; a black do serving as scout, aklrnilalier and rear guard that tu the alw of It Tuey were the survivors of a ruined boiue In the north of Ver mont and were traveling far Into tb allay of the St Lawrence, but with nq particular destination. Midsummer had paiwed them In their Journey. Their clotbee were covered with dust, their face browning In tb hot aun. It waa a very amall boy that at Inside the banket and clung to the rim, bla tow bead shaking aa the old man walked. He aaw wonderful things day after day looking down at the green field or peering Into the gloomy reaches of the wood, and be talked bout them. "Uncle Eb, la Out where th...

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. — 23 June 1905

CIRCUIT C TO CONVB J ft FAITh IN YOURSELF. Hiwealth Ducki Other Cases I June term of d uri win cnnvt'if e tulilUh Ui'P,N' VThe lipara rot for the I)T-Comm th. v HukK I the. M'C n vii Herml trceny. va Tom G I Ahaolntelr Krrmarr If Von Be com a Siirreaa, Imt would yon tliink of n young it, iiinliltloti In Iiih'oiih1 a Iiiwvit, Id should siiithiiiiiI lilnu'lf with n illi'iil iitlnoKil:riv mill Npfihl IiIh tlini' iililid tuedlriil luniks? io you t tit 11 k Would (MIT lilvollH' It Rll'llt IllWJlT follow III.' lll ll II nitlll'? No, III' put hlnwlf Inlii ii luw ntinns- hti wIiiti- hi1 run iiliMurli It iiihi Ik? ''hi1 III It until In- in nttiini'il to tin unl noli'. Hi- iniit In- Knifti'il Into lii' li'fc-ul Iron no tli.it In' -ii:i fii-l Its i i In uliitliiK tliniiiL'li lilm. 1 1 i w Iniijt u'utilil It tiiku ii yiitnii; in in I heroini' mii'c (.f wliu mH lilinsi'lf to mi 11 1 1 1 1 . w-1 1 1 1 1 n i if f ,i 1 1 1 u""' mill ri' in Inn In It until In- l Minikril to nilnrii- loll with tin' j...

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. — 23 June 1905

a n Record. ELY. Editors and Publishers. right R PER YEAR. nnci- U'l 01 i on- ! Morgan, and the trusts are pretty big until ime gets in on the ground floor. Ask Sturis. Sturjris, the coming city of the South. Sturjiis News-Democrat. Louisville, the nu'troiolis, will have to take a hack scat. ROBERTSON 8 COMPANY DISTILLERY PURCHASED By Fred lliiili!, of Miidlsunrlllfl, iind Hill Sunn bi1 I'ni In Opcnillmi. l'.tO.") Will the next Democratic State leg islature enact n law requiring that on ly Democrats shall servo on juries in this State, or will some of the .present commissioner!) just keep their seats. JITICKET. ,,e JpKBURX ac'TTOHNEY "sox boiUl.KRK for ION i Ht rde"' te.rR helr UYIS WIS ) ) ba r taesv'IDSON Eillturliil Comment. 5YOR ENGEK or , AlKER i. I, jjtlNTEXDrTr ' dm j maiiYTION. with I. . .' hai.it y b4kc'nK companies (oiuw b.taxes for the L-l Bb'8ate- cUim the h of property, 7" y. in tU, bout tir red ' tne county disjrT 'Jof tm there it'Inel an to tu Dao . . k, ,r ,,l'ced ir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 June 1905

" A JCRCC YOU WOND IP Mm IF WE DO WHAT WE ADVERTISE! Now is 4s Co Time j 7ell iira me, oee ror i ourseir .d. PROBABLY Prices Lowered . . . on . . . Neils' and Boys Suits Lxtra Pants and Outing Suits We are determined to CLOSE OUT our Summer Clothing if Prices and Square Dtnl.'nn wil! do it EXAMINE OUR LINE OF SUMMER DRESS GOODS, LAWNS, DIMITIES, VOILES, BATISTES AND CRASHES. We Have Lowered the Prices Several "Notches." Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Lace Curtains and Window Shades. Ladies and Gents Neckwear. "Lion Brand" Shirts and Collars. W. L Douglas Shoes and Oxfords arc the Best Made and cost only $3 and $3.50 Save Mc In buying your Sm Oxfords from us. 1 00 All are first-class. No Old Stock. Aid styles. 4 THE PRICE IS RE ire TO TROUBLE to and SHOW GOODS Pleasure to Please ! Taylor & Cam: licit ik LITTLE RECORDS. Km Kuril J. Morris. IVntiat. Henry Rice, of Kclsey, as in town Sanaa! Nunn. dentist, at Stewart's r u J Hi Kih returned from Salem Slriky. lj Thrrlkeld. f Salem, waa in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 June 1905

. !., Sale axes ! due Crittenden b, S. C. C. for I i ' Ste to the sum of I lties, will, on ply. 1905, he lek. A. M.. hi court house Kentucky. , I K, to the hitfh Jnd, the follow ich thereof as isfy the amount f .. I : kid and costs) NO. 1. I 8 near A. cost, 10.90 Ires near i ! lai rand cost, 33.00 93 acres l. 04, 9.35 I in Shady fay 610 rAfres near ' Kf 8.00 't near R. iost, 8.20 f acres near id cost 12.10 a near R. k. 11.10 tear J. A. J 9.70 Is near Dr. I m 7.2o Stps near i !'lt, 10.90 m-ir R. T. , D ar G. hi 10.20 ()ns near 'jjL cost 7.83 near v.; wist 12.45 . rrs near td cost 6.90 n. 04 tax 13.15 , No. 2. of land :, cost 8.50 near C. MX, cost 5.60 ) Acre near And cost 7.90 i Marion, 04 . : 9.fi0 Je near CT. Sam Manus, Mrs. R. F., 75 acres near Jus. Duvall, 04 tax and cost, 8.55 Milliken, Mrs. M. E., Macros near " J. A. Yandell, 04 tax and cost, 5.05 McChesney, Mrs. M. A., 00 acres near D. W. Ralston, 04 t & c. 7.05 Parish, Geo. W., 100 acres near J. W. Brown, 04 tax and cost,...

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. — 23 June 1905

;ne circuit court to convene monday. amonweallh Ducket lur Firs! Week t . Clticr Casus Eighth Day. Jlie June trm of the Crittend Cir t (VaJrXvill convene Mondiiy. Be irWc jwltlinh Hie Commonwealth ket. The npK-arance and ordinary M are set for the eighth day. -omo Day-Commonwealth Cahkh. Coasth. v Hughy l.owery, breach of the xact). lemma vs Herman Martin, petit . larceny. )u va Tom (Jillispie, etc., gam ; r. S aame vs Oar ar Kirhy, hog stealing. S same vs Jack Robinson and John . Wcntkidea, an affray, laama va Arthur Bryant, (col.) ra. taaaicva George Jacobs, keeping bawdjr houae. 1 sasae vs Lewis Armstrong, falae avearing. 1 aaaae va Wm, MaynardJ buming a ' houae uard aa an office. I asms va G. W. Jacotie, fiUe aw earing. aaaae vs Kred Kemp, home ateal- . . I aaaae vt IX Watson, carrying V canmaled a deadly weapon. )aaaatvt Jim Meeka, furnishing j liquor to a minor. laaaaeva Isaac York and Willi Yobak, injuring a achMi houae. Zaauat va Willii Clark, carrying ! ronrnaJrd a deadly w...

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. — 23 June 1905

. ..,1 I HP A I WFUft The Continued Story LULilL llLllJ of Current Events Fredonia and Kelsey. Born to C. F. Dollar and wife, last Sunday, a fine boy. Press Ordway, of Kuttawa, was in town Monday. Mrs. J. V. Baker, of Illinois, is this and Crittenden counties. Mrs. George Howard and daughter, Miss Margaret, of Mt. Vernon, 111., are visiting relatives and friends in town and vicinity. G. W. Stone and wife, of .Marion, were in town Monday. J. B. Ray and wife, of Marion, were in town and community a few days the first of the week. Mr. Cosby, a watch maker that left Kelsey for Kuttawa a few weeks since, killed himself last Sunday. Born, to the wife of Cavet Woodall, a sprightly girl, last Sunday. 27 inch Pacific Lawns, 5 cents. Standard Prints, 4 cents. Hope Bleach, 7 cents. Custom-made Oxfords, $1.00. Mens' $2.00 pant. $1.50. Young Mens' $2.00 pants, $1.50. Tan patent colt, vici kid and all kinds of Shoes for all kinds of people. Sam Howkrton. Mrs. John Rorer and Miss Burklew, of Critt...

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. — 30 June 1905

III fOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., JUNE 30, 1905. NUMBER 51. UIUI I NUUIlLlJOLU wrur p Circuit Ciiiirl Prucucilliiys I Circuit Court has fur eoii'.iilaialion I lliis term a number of small cases, sev. crid i. f which Imve been disposed of l" Among tliosc trial have l.een !i P" 'I'll uf arc (Ik- follow inn-, i I (' 1 1. ... -Mi: . . . . i A Tin: M:w and Greater Marlun s" ,, ,u" i l' Suun In; a Reality. i c i cn- inlii vs (Jci. -'jit u, carrying coaled woanoni. Acuniti,.! Cmlli vs I U Itiiekalcw, shouting anutluT person with intent to I. ill KIIIN BANK tt,li.l)I(i IS A MITT ii-h.ui.-w wr, u.mn, d r, the raw w.i i .i ttlnl without goiiu; to j"ry- i i . . i i i i , ., I - "i. :e Jones, l.l'( lll'll III I tie pellCC. Filled jfjll ai.'l Costs. FOOHTII OF JULY AT CRITTENDEN SPRINGS Splendid Program Has Been Arranged to Celclirat the Occasion. I. H'eliluii's Kesh!i:m:i! In II tuit!iiti-i;l,:i;kii;irn Adilitimi H ill ; Sunn tic Completed. The lows: J ir,,,, i, i, , !!,, hi,. ltK f...

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. — 30 June 1905

I I I T T H 1 TTTT 1 1 1 ! 11I1UUH EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING BACHELLER LOTH R OP PUBLIJHINC COMPANY Copyright, 1900. by CHAPTER II. 1I2 hennl m more of the voices. I'ncle Eb bud lirouK'lit on arm- . . I I . ....... Watt il (111 Ol KIIUU 1I1IU ovoi.r nniri t- - 3 In the tPiiw)t while I won sleeplni;. Ah soon as the rnln had passed be ntil llaleniug awhile ami shortly opened his knife and made a little rlearlni In the corn ly cutting a few hill. "We've cot to do It," be said, "er we can't tuke any comfort, an' the man tol' me I could have all the corn I wanted." MDld you see blin, L'ncle Kh?" I re tnsuiber luklriK. Yea," he answered, whittling In the dark; "I saw him when I went out for the water, im' it was lie tol' me they were after tin." lie took a look at the sky after while and. remarking that lie gneed they couldn't nee hi amnke now, be gan to kindle the Are. Aa it burned up be muck two crotches and hung, 1I teapot on a stick that lay lu them no it took the heut of the flame, aa I ...

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. — 30 June 1905

- -i Gate of Odors. Br RiMlic When we ntud'ed physiology at school id were told that there were Ave nes, I do not think wo gave smell Jie imM)rtunce It deserves. For of all ie mystic springs which unlock the jmndrous inward world, none act with llch swift, secret magic as those of it- gate of odors! There stealeth in mbiierved some delicate perfume of miliar field flower or garden herb; I straightway, ere one is aware, the I is afar off In the world of the tant, ihering posies among the fields of ildhood or culling herbs in the shaded irner of an old garden, to be laid by nds long since cold, In familiar cham- fs long since tenanted by other tiers. "Ah! did you notice that whiff erfume?" suited a gentleman with m I was riding a few days ago. Why, it carried me bark twenty years j a certain woodland path where I piked to school In my boyhood days." waawarm, aromatic gush from a .ay hollow, peculiar and suggestive, (it had been In the wilds of Africa, it tuld have revived the same mem...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 30 June 1905

M . GREAT CLEARING SALE ! Every Bargain a Money Saver. This is Where Your Dollars Will do Double Duty. Don't Fail to Visit This Store ! 3 (iinghisms, 25 inches wide, fine soft (jirwj ham, suitable for shirts, dresses and skirts best 1 2 I -2c. quality. MONDAY ONLY 7c. Ladies Union Suits, extra quality, umbrel la style, trimmed with Torchan Lace, Tape neck. FROM 23c. to 43c. Corset (overs, made of flood quality cam bric, torchan and embroidery trimmed GOING AT l) and 45c. fine India Linen .Shirt Waists embroidered fronts and lace and embroidered trim med PROM r()c to V2.25 Its Peri ales, fine quality, worth 10 cents MONDAY ONLY (i -2i Dress Goods: Lawn Dimities, reqular 2k quality GOING AT 12 I -2c. (rash and Duck .Skirts from 4()c to i.Ynn j liarqains in Ladies, Mens and lioys .Shoes. Nice Line of Laces. A. S. CAVENDER. 1 NVHUVHXVHMVMMVMMVHHVHWVHHVRHVRHVRHV RHVRHVDliVBHVtBV Cb Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEtY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN C. H. WHITEHOUSE Editor, and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ON...

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. — 30 June 1905

MMMM4MnMMfnM)inMMnirMiiAiiAkM 17BC ONI: Or THEM I: 3 t ! J y "hi c ft V V ft bl 6' '; Don't Neglect! Buying you a Bench Tail ored and Hand Finished Suit of Clothes while this reduc tion lasts. There are many who are takincr advantacrp nf th Pvtrpmplv nw prices that we are now making on Ready Made Suits for men and boys. Extra Pants, Slippers and Oxfords, Summer Dress Goods and many other articles of Summer Wear. Pall in Line and be One of Them! NEW LINE Or "LION BRAND Slippers Oxfords Must go if prices will I move them. All are this " SHIRTS AND COLLARS. I 8ea,8n' god and latest iw . .w.... . styles. Come and net them L w. l. ihjuulas Miui AND OXFORDS ARE THE BEST, j while the size, are complete. TO TROUBLE tu SHOW GOODS 1 f If-ri r. nronrvrv I i- LITTLE RECORDS. chard J. Mi-rin, Dentist. .) nsi.-ci.ia urn summer lirinks at u v i : . ! "II, Ill-IIII.M. i M. Jami lx on the sick lint this j u'.n-L ' J School Siipcrinti inli'tilZ, A. Ilennett, r. . ,.unn, teijtu.t, nl Stewart's 1 of Sm...

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. — 30 June 1905

Sheriff's Sale For Taxes ! By virtue of taxes due Crittenden county and J. W. Lamb, S. C. C. for the year 1904, amounting to the Bum of $......, I, or one of deputies, will, on Monday the loth 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. Bryant, Mrs. Mary E 93 acres near Mrs. Sallie Moore, '04, 9.35 Cannan, Geo. W., lot in Shady Grove, 1904 tan and cost 6.10 Douglas, Geo. V, 4 acres near Samuel Woodson, '04, 8.50 Fritts, Wm. E., 28 acres near R. C. Fritts, '04 tax and cost, 8.20 Glendale Mining Co., B5 acres near B. B. Terry. '04 tax and cost 12.10 Hard, Ayret S., 100 acres near R. FritU, '04 tax and cost, 11.10 Hill, Henry O., 60 acre near J. A. Hill, 04 tax and cost, 9.70...

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. — 30 June 1905

HIE CITY COUNCIL ORDERS NEW City Ordinance. Tat City Council of the City of lurinn, Ky., do ordain as follows: J That sidewalks Im built on the north jde of DfKt street abuttinK the prop erty of A. M. llearin and Mm. M. K. ieed. aid walks to bo built the full u?th of such Iota frontinif and ubutt K on the north side, of Huiil street. f.Said Hulk are to be built live feet ide, turbine to tin of Htonu, top and 9k! of nirbinK to be dressed, pave- t-nt to be of brick, name to be hurd d nUicrwisv suitable fur such pur- m; and said pavement to bo luid on a J of cinders riot loss than twelve hea di'i-p. Tho stone curbing fur d walk in to be not less than ei(ht- im-hes Iiiiik ami not less than llfteon be uidu and not lens than throe hes thirk, the whole to be done in a f" -d and workman-liko manner. Said Ik arc to In- completed within sixty Vy after the passage nnd publication ) tiii ordinance, anil if itaid walk are t toiiiplotod within laid M'riixi of 'fly 1. the city marshal will advcr e...

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. — 30 June 1905

LOCAL NEWS, 1 Tr,S ...,i,,i...tifiAiitt.llJllArjUAMMI4NU'4t Iron Hill. ; urrrXfi THE PAPER THAT MERITS YOUR CONPIDENCE. Rodney. Rose Bud. liowlaml, of Shady Grove, tun Sundiiy. " I i m vviiR-.-r v-wit..! his' son. Lr. it Fiinnersvillo, Saturday and XI T QnlliiKin vijt.wl Ills slin. Lillt. KoV. T. F. whoso infant is J filled Ins regular appointment nn I Sundav. of Mattniin, Sunday quite sick. I Several from this vicinity attended j church at Reptoii Sunday. Louis NYwcom went to Stm'i.s Fri day. . 1 Goo. tfiiin. AK'is Newcoin and Los . Moryan, of Rr.se Hud. delivered lios j at E. L. S.inn's Saturday. . Misses Nannie and Rachel Phelps wore- in Slurps Friday, shopping. There is an vpidotnic. of whooping coujjh in the Maker community. John E.. Uoh- rls, of FioU, Ark.. will visit his of I homo near hei;o on the 4th of July. . Dock Truitt went to Casey ville Sat urday. Mesdames Chandler and Duncan were in Sturtcis Friday, shopping. . Mrs. May me Hriiry visited Mrs. C. M. Clift Sunday. Ches...

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