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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 7 July 1905

J ' TF&E Cf ttfcHSfeB )LUME 1. MARION, CI TTENDEN COUNTV; KY JULY 7, 1905. NUMBER 52.1 S W1L60RN WINS CONTEST :il Count is Made at the Crittenden Springs. -i !S CARTER RUNS SECOND i s mis ul Bulh Conlestiinls Rally to .'liclr Assistance and Riimiiln j Loyal to the Last. I Slll)HIli MADE BY MISS HUSE The ring in beautiful and I appre ciate it very much. Receiving it a a token of friemlxhip caused me to value it more highly. I am sincerely, Lkafka Wilhobn. The following, in from Minn Carter, wh yi-i ul.dj grateful to her friend for thur loyally: Dear Mr. Chittenden: 1 desire t thank you and my munv friend who upxrted me ho loyally in the content. The watch wan ipiite a surprie to me and xhall he highly prized. I'lcuse accept mv sincere thank ami appreciation. Yours truly. Clara t aktek. Votes by the Way. it It wild easily conceded that thi wax the greatest Sunday school convention of all hiBtory; in fuct, one of the most fur-reaching and intensive christian gathering ever held in ...

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. — 7 July 1905

MONEY EQR YOU ! EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING BACHELLER Copyright 1000. by IOTHROP PUBLISHING M-M-st-M' i I1 Synopsis of Previous Chapters. CHAPTER I - I am left nn orphan at six and am saved from a dissolute uncle bv Eben Holden, an old man who has i i t ..1 f'.LL1l,il,.lj COMPANY tt worked for my father. Uncle Lb takes me through the wilderness from Ver mont to seek a new home in New York State. II. -Our adventures in the woods. Uncle Eb scares away a panther. N ( HAPTER III. 1 1 ItAI.l.Y there were n k! ninny thlnps I wanted to know iilmtit "the ol' man o' the woods," lull Uncle Eb woniu lake no part in any further con versation. So I had to He down lieslde him iiciln and think out tlie problem as ls-t I could. My nilnd wna never more n'ti--ly eoiiselous, and It cathen-d ninny Niruiiue Impressions, wiinderiin: lu the klti-dm of feiir. ns I hxikul "1 t the tree tops. 1'n. U' Eb had hiiilt a furious lire, aisi the warmth of tt made me abspy at last. ILith he and old 1'red had lieetl snorlm...

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. — 7 July 1905

Eben Holden IRVING BACHELLER CtpvrtoM, Mutt. I,y UAKnV pubUihine turn pany (TO UK CoNTINTCD.) NOW IS THE TIME TO USE HYOMEI W J"' Ilk liliuilnhlorm. He'd gn-nt Vx.kN lu 'em aliartH-r'n the p'lnt n 1 rim lie. An when he tn ku' t' il1 he'd mil 'em out Jm" like aa l' tat- kind o' playful-an' pur nn' pull. 4 "All f onro the loy felt amutlilu like lot o' mllt-a prlrklii' hi bark; Dade him jutiip nn' holler like Ham aill. The ixintJier he aiilt aaaar nn fix up an' ami-It o' the (.'round. I'liln't el liter on 'em know what waa the mill trr. IMiue hj they lujr down ngT Twain only a little while 'fore Ui Vy frit imithlu' prlrkln' uv Mm. He kullereil an' kk'ked ng'lu. Tlie pulilhrr be (trowh-d an' alt an' rlumb a tree an' lot on a limb ail' pevked over lit thet queer little rrlttiT. Couldn't tielthe an Vim Uiiili-ratni.' It. The Imy c-'u'd lee the eye o' ttte pnnther In the ilnrk iltoue like tew live ruala i-KPuir'ly. The paulhiT'il never aot 'n a Iree when he waa tmi.-rj an' aee a l.y Mow bj...

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. — 7 July 1905

Cb Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN C. H. WHITEHOUSE Editors and PublUhers. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered u aeeond-claM matter Julr 15, 19M. t th poatnfflce at Marion. Ky.. under Act of Con gnaw of March 3. 1711. FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1905. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR COUNTY Jl'DGE 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 ASSESSOR J. ANTHONY DAVIDSON FOR SURVEYOR JAS. E. SULLENGER FOR COROSS""'' CHARLES WALKER FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT ;OHN B. PARIS wrecked just the same." The Twen tieth Century Limited was going on iU mile-a-minute clip, when, new Mentor, Ohio, it ran into an open switch, and crashed through the freight station, and a moment later the locomotive blew up, setting fire to the wreckage. Nineteen persons were killed and twelve injured. The railroad officials are of the opinion that the wreck was the work either of a maniac or of some one who had a g...

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. — 7 July 1905

-A fl n T I rr n If ITv ir jT. rrv rm n n rr1 - rr m rrv nm nn n (I UNE UP-rOR THE BAMINS!! 1 V J! Don't Neglect! Buying you a Bench Tail ored and Hand Finished Suit of Clothe while this reduc tion last. There are many who are taking advantage of the extremely low 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. YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO EXPECT MUCH AT THIS STORE AND YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED. NEW LINE OP "LION BRAND" SHIRTS AND COLLARS. W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES AND OXFORDS ARE THE BEST. I Slippers Oxfords Must go if prices will move them. AH are this season's goods and latest styles. Come and get them while the sizes are complete. NO TROUBLE to SHOW GOODS ind Pleasure to Please ! Taylor & Cannan j LITTLE RECORDS. tsrhard J. Morria, I lent int. Imd eiro-cola and summer drinks at W'A. m. Harnett, of Tolu, was In town sadaj- Irntt Lemon, of lmn Kill, wa in a f nday. 1 '. Ilu! 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. — 7 July 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 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 hiRh 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 tax and cost 6.10 Douglas, Geo. W., 4 acres near Samuel Woodson, '04, 8.50 Fritts, Wm. E., 28 acres near R. C. Frito. '04 tax and cost. 8.20 Glendale Mining Co., 65 acres near B. B. Terry, '04 tax and cost 12.10 Hard, Ayres S., 100 acres near R. Fritta, '04 tax and ct, 11.10 Hill, Henry O., 60 acres near J. A. Hill, 04 tax and cost, 9.70 Ho...

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

lames of Noie I In Ihe New. I - I'll a . t' Jul; V tha f opt Daniel Frohman lam t laywrilinf Rear Admiral WilUrd H. Brownaon John ' I N. Caraon'a Career. T I not often that tl' aupre me pontiff of tin) Itiiiuuii Cath- olio I'lilirrli Indulge In a joke, tint Pope 1'lut X., bora 8nr(o, N very KHi1al mill kind ti-M rtoil, uud wlioit ho noted during u re reut aiitlli'iiin given to Herr rVluieider, blubop of Pnderliorn, the blthop, who Imd Juitt been In- ntl, wiih very nervoUH, he made ((limn remark tint at one put the mn i.r l ii t nt earn-, loiislyunri'," on Id the pope, with a fi, "f ure) brother. Don't you rtu y .Jbtl evidently aid Oct, an the ui-l iiiiihI: e . -ill belong tn the tailor fmu J. I.i.h ii r. ii i'll iin Hartot" JiiiH.'.-i u Hie ih'-iiiku for tullor Urlo In Die Italian. J . inlet I'mIiiii in, odd of yaw YmVa Hit thentiv il manager, rei-emiy atrd amne remark about -!nj-W "l eiiTl," tald Mr. I rob- "a piny mutt have annp. Liter aocu, wIm'u they write plaja, for U fart They...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 7 July 1905

LOCAL NEWS 1 TsrS View. .: The musieale at William Sisco's last Saturday night was largely attended. Singing at John Pace's last Sunday night. Prayer meeting every Saturday night at Childress school house and preaching every third Sunday. Matt Waddell, wife and Miss Pearl of Crayneville, visited friends and relatives here last Saturday. There will be a musical at Mr. Lynch' next Saturday night. No teacher has been employed to teach the Fairview school this year. Misses Lillie and Lue Sisco were the guests of Miss Cora Darman, Sunday. J. C. Baker and W. B. Binkley went to Eddyville, Saturday. W. F. Oliver, of Frances, was in this section recently buying stock. I H. N. Wheeler is attending court at Marion. He is one of the pitit jurors at this term. Raymond Fox is on the sick list. Mis Carrie Oliver, of Frances, has secured the school at Owen Bchool house and will teach there this term. Herbert Hill and wife, of Kelsey, passed through this section Sunday en route home from Livingston ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 14 July 1905

1 i ,4 V I tmt 71 VOLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., JULY 14, 1905. NUMBER!. b EE SPLIT-LOG DRAG CREATES NOTICE Much Interest Taken In The New Implement. DIAGRAM OF THE APPARATUS road with ii drug. Only plow one fur-1 rnw. Vim may plow another furrow j after the next .ruin. At ouch plowing ; ymi widen tin' roadbed two fret, with I It lie furrow on each hide. ' How do you ilrain the roiid'.' i If I hi- t-iirt h i pushed in the middle 1 of thi rnml gradually and continually, the rouil will mmiii lie in condition .to dram itself. Why not make the drag out of plank? I You can, ami do gol work, hut the ; hpllt log IH luft Why not make tin drug of heuvy I mi will timber? j I'i'i uukc drug no made have n tend-! ency to nhp ovit the bump. ! Poti't you grade up thi' road tirht? No. The grading i done with the I 'Img. gradually. Ily no dowg the road in wiliil nil the time, Ix-iiif built on a PRIZE WINNERS IN OUR POPULARITY CONTEST. the Drag, and the Entire Subject Practically Trealtt I...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 14 July 1905

1 mmsm 52 tttmjtt T T I 1 EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING BACHELLER Copyright, 1900. by LOTHRUP PUBLISHING COMPANY V a. i,i4.H.M' Synopsis of Previous Chapters. CHAl'TKR I I am left an orphan at six and am .saved from ailw-mluti' uni-li' liy E'nen Hidden, an ol.l man who lias wm-ki'il fur my father. I'ticle Kli take mi' throiiirh the wilderness from Ver mont to ,-ock a new home in New York State. II. - ( iur adventures in the woods. I'tiide Kh scares away a panther. III. A woman presents a little wair on to nie, to which Fred, our d'al, is hitched. A man tries to .'titer our tamp in the wood. ' UAftKU IV. TTTll' listened awhile then, lint I In-M no HOtmil In the thicket. iflkil ominously. hU lialr on end. Ak for myself, I never had u more (ear- ful hour than that we auffertsl U'fore the lltht of morning came. I made no outcry, hut rlutii! to my old companion, trcnihlltitc. He did not stir for a few minutes, and then we crept ranttimsly Into the small heu.!.k on one Hide of the oieniiit. "Keep...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 14 July 1905

Eben Holden By IRVING BACHFLLr.R I 'mNiny in tree, i wax awake mi lui'ir" or wore after they were snoring Nvery I1ar.li lit Hit' ..I.I rimin like (In. hill glare uf Hie ii.xni.iiiy mm. I ri'iiii-iuliiT It Illl.lWlnl llltf Mil I. LI (III. Ill' , (llll of ruMiixh, ii runty x.-ytlie liung in the rotting xnxli of a wln.low, u feu lengths of stovepipe mill n plow In on riirr mill Hint' xturlng "lute ni tluit xnt mi u Inn in mIhivi' Hit- r'.onwiy. 'Ilii' ruin r.xircl on die olil roof ,!,, irt ly itn.l raine whipping iI.iwii througn Hie liare ln.nr.lx alioie ux , hiy ,.,,, utrmk III my fu.-e, un. I I movoil little Then I nw iiiu.li' Inc liol.l ii y l.ri'utli a moment ainl inver my IiiihI mUIi tlic xliuwL A flush nf lightning revc.ilinl a tall, rugg"! inn looking In nt the ...r May I In) i !... tn I'ucle Kl.. Imagining inn. Ii ell of Unit Wmim, tmt niii.li- u.i out. rv Smi;;-t In ImIii'ii my two nun puiiloux I fi ll minium My ni iirr sn. aoou fell axlei-p. Tin. un, lrruniinn In lip HELP HOM...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 14 July 1905

,'. i .'I, r , ' t. J I: Cbt Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN C. H. WHITEHOUSE Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. EntiT.il an mwiuMhm. mailer Jul -15, at the pcislnllici' at Marion, Ky., umli'r Act if "" Krraw of Marrh :i. 1TS. FRIDAY, JULY 11. lSHtt. REPUBLICAN TICKET. KOK OirSTY JI IM'.E WAI.TKl; A. lil.ACKIilRN FOR CIII NTY ATTORNEY CARI. HKNPKKSON FOR COI'NTY I'l.ERK C. E. WKI.PON mil SMKKII-T J. F. FI.AXARY KOK JAILOR AI.HF.RT II. TRAVIS FOR ASSESSOR .1. ANTHONY DAVIDSON FOR SI RVEYOR JAS. E. Sn-LKNT.F.R For idlttiM.lt ni aki.es walker FOR SCHOOL SlTKRISTEMiENT JOHN R. PARIS VOLUME 2, NUMBER 1. With this issue, which is number one, volume two, The Record starts out on its second year. In its brief existence of twelve months we have endeavored to make it a pn;ier that wv.uld lie con sidered as second to none in its general makeup ami apearancc, and, not least of all, one that would fill an en gap in a Western Kentucky field. We huve trie...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 14 July 1905

r'd 66 THjIT ITTTMJCJ? Tl TTT TP A O IT 1TTH C 99 1 rjLUOT amo fjlojjI Some of the early varieties are gone, though there are many others that are just now ripe. So it is with our great bargain list, and the early varieties usually sell for a higher price, although they are no better. Now is close them out W. L Douglas Shoes and Oxfords are 3 NO TROUBLE 3 SHOW GOODS anc LITTLE RECORDS. Kirhard J. Morn. iH-rilist. Will ("Jiflon a a in n last n -k. Mm drw-gia I'l-an. mirth of the rit) , aiek. J. N T. .1.1, df r rwl"iiia. in thr A. H King. f Mivulav Mi'xun, u in town Cu4 ruro-ciii and summer drinks at j .'oV.' I Mr f it S'trr, 'f P.'lr-y. wi in ttimn Mnrulav . I R. N. (raily. if Iti-lnrv. in thr city Saturday. W I. Ilatntiy. i f r'ranre, a in J luaas Saturday T. tl Meredith, of I'ranrra, aa in town lurvU . ' i S. I. ManaMd aa in Sturgi Mnn-I .lay swi lysine. Kaley koaland. of Rrptnn, aa in the nt Saturday. Manirr Sutherland went In S( urif i Sunday aftertMsm Mats llesaie Wiaala it n nl...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 14 July 1905

n 4 r- 1 V.'' I 1 1 'Betrayed to TheSpanUh By SAMUEL LOVELACE (i.liyntfW. V.i lu 7. ('. Mn 'Mit Three men liud lain down to slccji hi a fuliaii Jungle-three nu-n In nui."'! uniforms ami unkempt In ii'ii'iii'ain i' ; to tlie lax! decree. Two nf them wore ' lmntl.-ii.os over fresli wound, ami lln' ' trio looked taunt ami starved ami slept as If sleep liud imt Ooine tn tlicin fur ' arverul nwlils ln-f.ro. It win N uYlnek ; when tln-y threw tuetinelveti down uiDiirn: llit- land u-ali. ltli tin' i-vciilim' 1 nir swanniiitf with mosquitoes, ant it , wan an hour lifter nmlnis-lit when one of tlii'in invoke and buftly i ra liM over to nnnilirr and e. hispered iu his rar: "llaz, aw.-ike! It is ttuu-;" "Is 1I1P Yankee sound asleep;" uskist the other its In' -at up. nil' sleeps like a pitf. Tilings could rot In- Mtrr for nt " The two inured nwav like serpent through the rank gra and Juiutle un til thi-y had eoYered a hundred feet. , and thi'ii tiny at.nxl up und made their ; way swiftly along ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 14 July 1905

3 'When Tlciiy Spoke , LOUISE J. STRONG r,i"' Ijfll, 'U ..Hilar J. SIlKthJ kH1 -i 1 mil i'iiiit.inly. Hie Tiny liad oHrnhofl the hill and wars preparing- to dl'CeUl1 flgftlU. "You're o ehiae uow n Utile hump would throw you on tho truck. Iiim't jrmi h.T thst, Hetty J" Allee liiterMned ii n x If uly . 'till. Hetty win. In to hIiiiw o(i:" Ail ill' hii 'ereil, aiul uiifurtiiiiiitely at the nine Inilnnt Iteit niiniiiHieleil "Nul, yun t iy h liriug your Hied over liere lit onee! Yud'Ni foulhnidy!" Willi aenrM eiipeka niWl HiiahlnK rye It.lty Hiiutilieil ii Kleil aiul run In u weiihl nut luve liii'in we it fur 11 for .-.lnl illre. tlj over the r.illnind iiml 4lin. 1. lliele Villa llert, the ivnter j (il "ul I e I fur II dnWllUlird llllilll lllnlie f rt J'lllj mm. I. Iilid .iille nt I.U 'niiitiiiiiiil hrr, winilil In''.' Ilf e.niriH he dhow. That Iiml liffii tier illi tt)'i I in. ant her! She'd hIiuw him: There plaer f.ir n lung Hint It litid .-jine to; win. mi ti.r.nir of wnrnliiit hIi.ii...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 14 July 1905

LOCAL NEWS 1 Trrs REV. H. K. BERRY DIES AT SULPHUR SPRINGS Camville. Miss Boulah Baker spent several days in Colconda last week visiting friends. Fredonia and Kelsey. T. C. Seaman ami S. T. M-H.ro. of H'OS Formerly PilStlir Ol Tenth SlfCGl Christian Church at Padncah. Princeton, were in town Monday. A ehil-i of Kll-ert I'ilant -lie-1 Friday night. A little orphan irirl Mrs. I harles Mrs. Ella Wright an.l W. Hugh Wat son and wife attended the closing exer cit.es ef Oak Grove school last Friday j)lPi,,jns )a,j t;lkt.n t rajSl., ,i,., Satur day ttit"iiiTir and the littl is Dot expected to live. AVe have another doctor. Will Kich-k-r. who pt homo last week. 11-' was appointed examiner for the New In land Mutual Life Insurance Company the day after his arrival, and examined three applicants. Hound Pr. t . I!. Kidd are partners. Pr. Kidd's prac tice is increasing, and his past success shows that ho knows what he is doing. John l.inchcuiigh is running the eng ine for (i. N. Mct.rew ('o. Mi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 21 July 1905

fittEHriEB VOLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., JULY 905 NUMBER 2. tfnt FARMERS' CLUB TO REORGANIZED Will tic Greatly Ikimllciiil In llii: rent nt y In General. A LIT! I K I ROM HI hi HT KI I LANU Irmlssluner Makes rrn)usltliin tu Send Some One Here tu lltcct an Organization. Teachers' Institute In Session. THE COAL THAT I RUNS THE TRAINS Tin' annual institute of the Critten den .-dimly touchers convened at th' school hiiiihf Monday. July 17th. Supt. I'jtris was sick em! Instructor t.'harl.-s Klaus pr.s'eedcd to organize, which resulted an follows: Charles Thomas, president, H. M. Alli'n, vice pi.-M.lcrit, Mir Frances Gray, Secretary, llarvc Halili, iihHihlafit secretary. At tl' uf trtiiMiti session important aut.je.-ts were iIim'ukm-iI ami at once net tlx- teachers in an excellent m. mm for work. I'ruf. Virtor (i. K.-e, tin- principal- ! cl.st nf tin- Mariiiti (.railed Sch.sil, ' " being happily iiitnl ii 1 I. v tin- in- ! . " J I.. I.,.,..A nnA n...,.:l.,A ki. lf..l..ii struc...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 21 July 1905

11 EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING BACHELLER ii Copyright, 1000. by LOT H R OP PUBLISHING COMPANY 2 4 -M--M--M--l-M-4-H 1 TTTTTTTTTTTTI 1 I TTTTTTTTTTTTttl 1 Synopsis of Previous Chapters. CHAPTER I I am loft an orphan at Bix and am saved from a dissolute unrli' by Elien Holden, an olil man who hits worked for my father. Uncle Kh takes me through the wilderness from Ver mont to seek a new home in New York State. II. - Our adventures in the woods. I'nele Kb scares away a panther. III. A woman presents a little wag on to mo. to w hich Kred, our dot:, is hitched. A man tries to enter our camp in the woods. IV. -l'ncle Eh repulses the intruder. We stay in an old cabin and are warned during the night to leave ly its myste rious owner. CHAPTER V. w 1KUK I shall iiwte yon again If I from the diary nf I'tide Kb: "It whs mi dark I couldn't a 1 ii i before me. ion't plnt yer inin at me." the in. hi whispered Thought 'twas funny lie could see me when ! musldii't linn. Hald 'twas Ms home an' we'd Mter le...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 21 July 1905

ask your What SHE thinks of gsus 0 THE PAPER THA I MURIIb YUUK LUiNriPCiNLt,. The Crittenden Record IN MANCHURIA. f.-imsrr f kite teK j ! r i'r1, ;-;" rn - - ' ' r - r- -- - ----- - i - r i - . ' Wiir pasts plans ar not ytl fully uodontood. Chicago Intar Ocaan. HOME TItAIlK IliKA. VALUE Of ITS APPLICATION TO IM PROVEMENT OF TOWNS. !ne IB Inai ittt'ri a);ei nfnn.. ,..u. .. I. Ill f f;in nri imt fur day only, hut i fur iiiar.y year, !!! tnnaf lie mushier ' i III Mitt 1)1 lilt! Selection llf tin- .l mill f Itif future fur the h-nllty I In whh li Hit')' are to occur. timm Ik I'alrnalilaa of llaatr ladas- I Maalrlpal Aitrrll.laa. irr Tea, la lar.eaa. llmlnrn aa4 Mt of I hi' progressive town nf Hie lae Slav I eatutaalllea-lla W. 1 i-niuitrr have Hi various perlxls of nrr I thfiMiiiri lti. llit'lr l.latory evplnlt.il tlirlr advan- tnire. na I ami Imaginary, rm'li or tl.fin patriotically Instating., ami offer- i lnf in prove II. tlml It waa J 1 1 -1 liir fltifat place III Iha wide, wide wor...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 21 July 1905

t i i : 1 I I 1 Is l: ! 'v b It (V " l-r-f t'n f 1 It.' I at I 'f ! Tl Cbe Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN C. H. WHITEHOUSE Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enteml m Hti'onii-clahH matttT July l.r, lull, at the iKWtortii' at Marhm. Ky., unilvr Ac t uf loll Kmu uf March X "'. FRIDAY, JULY 21. l'J05. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Ktllt ('Ol'NTY JI'IH'.K WALTER A. IM.At'Kia KN' FOR Col'NTY ATTOKNKY CARL HENDKRSON FOR (OtSTY I'l.KKK C. E. WELt'ON FOR SIICKIFF J. F. FLANAKY FUR JAII.OK ALBERT II. TRAVIS FOR ASSESSOR J. ANTHONY DAVIDSON FOR sfrvkyor .IAS. E. Sl'LLENCEIt FoR coroNKK CHARLES WALKER FOR SCHOOL SI I'FUIXTKM'KVT JOHN I!. PARIS It boffinn to appear that the "mar tyr" are not. Caleb Powers may thank his God tool lie was not killed in that di.-grace-ful wrangle at Ncviort. - Muvficld Messenger. The Tobacco Planters' A.uiociati"n has brought suit against the American Tobacco Company for $iV,iw for the alleged attempt of the latter to lmycott the a...

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