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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 August 1904

tfnt ehiIeh Mtmf ri. VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AU6UST 19, 1904. NUMBER 6. Witt at t KENTUCKY AT The Mineral Feature of the State is Unique T it. fi . . It IS the Snnwnirr'r nt tnr Mines A FULL DISPLAY OF THE OILS, ORES, ROCKS AND CLAYS OF KENTUCKY. LOCAL AND GENERAL MINING ITEMS. ' ear conscience mid three or four good mini" per day will give a Ken tui kiaii almost anywhere. He is ( ii Mil i v I. a ill v. at Irx ias, M Ins it-w nVr !.r pp.,.. t ,, , ., in lirt rla inercaiitile simp.'. It I..k like a winner. Satihihv was the p gular month- ly pay .lav of tne K tit u k v Klimr Smr Cominy licit wmie ,ii was tran-fi ml to it einpiye". l"ToM N"K, of tin Koiir Mining Coiniaiiy had a l"t of friends in twn Saturday, the my -l.iy of 1 ii "inpiiiiv. The Marion lUnk liiilding was ,i i, uike hi paviin tit. It i i.i itiuii n tiht J. ill I.irri-, I l.ui.ille. n nri iitinir n Ij.ui. " .-.-- i Vllle n.i,Mliy, i- pps..i-ti,g ,.: tlw P-ar-l farm n.i.r via-, having ! pur. ...

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. — 19 August 1904

I " It's Easier to Move Money stj Than Furniture. & 9 We have purchased the Moore & Paris Lumber Company's large brick building opposite our present stand, and are getting ready to put therein one of the best and most up-to-date lines of Furniture ever in Marion. We do not want to move our present stock, we want to sell it. In order to so we give you the most re markable inducements ever offered in Furniture for the next 20 days. Here fire That Will Move Our Stock! SALE! - .! t f t 0 h i Fine Kitchen Cabinets $10 Beautiful Iron Bedsteads $3 to $15 Best Mattresses $1.10 to $11.00 Bed Springs 2.30 to 5.00 Fine Dressers 7.00 to 18.00 Elegant Folding Beds $15.00 to $35.00 Chiffoniers $8.00 to $15.00 Everything else in proportion. Our excellent line of Solid White Oak Rockers $2.50 up. Complete line of Chairs, Rockers, Tabjes, Etc. at low water mark. RA1NTS AT ACTUAL COST: Sherman-Williams at $1,374 per gallon Bell1sle 1.25 Ruchester's .90 Olenwood .90 Two brands ol Sewing Machin...

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. — 19 August 1904

i I f IT WAS DONE! The Sum o! JS.OOOjWas Voted to MaKe Marion Graded School w Z T. j Kupns win find the year of 1904 posessing Pt all the good of the old with many new and G splendid features. Same management for $ Ig eleven years. School Begins Address or call on W II. K. WmS Woods 8c Orme DRUGGISTS. I I Large Stock Varnishes, Wall Paper. Largest Line of Brushes in the State. iWcriptionii Carefully (Yni I'liarmaeixts. k "jt 2 i ir fry. 1 ' JACKoiiTAt) MM - . . . . UHMNF.J f.miu: ' I . I r .t Iri. I.vl ami lloj.'iiig 1 ' i l: 1 1 -. Air ( .ogiiii . d I !. Fairbanks, Morse & Company, Louisville, Ky. 75,000 In Csh Prizes will sons guessing nearest the total aggregate paid j attendance at the World's Fair, St. Louis, Mo. ! DO YOU KNOW ! You can secure ONE GUESS and THE I WEEKLY LOUISVILLE HERALD 52 times a year for 50 cents. Send 50 cents to this Paper. DO IT NOW I Til : Ki: okd nvA tho IK-rjild Mh onr year, and a jruoss )n thi cp.u-vt, .vi. jc. j rs willinil ptess, $1.'J.". : Club...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 August 1904

e Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. JaS. L CHITTENDEN, Publisher. The following editorial rlipin-tl from tlw I'lulucuh Sun has- refer- j cucc tn tlio information contrihuted llif KivoK!) !:i"t w"'k lv iur i , ODDS AND ENDS. SUBSCRIPTION, PER YEAR, ONE DOLLAR. Uinlsvillc t'orn ."ixnli'ut : "A fanner's cluh in Livingston Entererl Mcnml-ctaM mutter July 15. 1:I. at n)Unty has figured U) that till' mi pnitiiinx niniii.ii, Km of March 3. 1 cdlcy o! Happenings and Sayinas Spicily Told. llatig mi'l told liim lit' was n false weather propltt't mul wilt him tint tn Ik' U'lifaili'il as n matter of course. The iH'asant was sent fur ;.::! :'.jj"iot"'il Court Astrologer ami weather r'jlift hut he as suieil the ap"iiitiiieiit clerk that lie foretold the Weather only Kd MeFee, who recently visited through the actions of the jackass, FRIDAY. AUGUST 19, l'.K)4, REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. , voters siil'jcct to road tluty. ' thev have alioininahlc roads. Knit l'lllllKNT tii koi !:!: i:oosi:vi:i;r Of ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 August 1904

r 3 the Mark of the Knife! d y y&n s j?r i. i i. m u ft; . We handle nothing but On every piece of Summer Goods in our house. We want to clean up and clear out all of the Sum mer Dress Goods, Summer Shoes and Clothing possible within the next 2 or 3 weeks. We realize that in order to do this, to turn them into cash quicKIy, that we must offer Dig Inducements, Better the Best Calico, but we sell It at . . 5c. The Best Values in Mens Fine Shoes ever seen in IVUrion. umsmna man yuv can get ei-ewnere. inis we are aomg. falancc at a rew of the Prices. ? fa fa Mens $5.00 Suits 0i " 8.00 " (,, 44 10.00 " 0, . " 12.50 " ( A few mens Summer and Vests at one-half fa 7' e Cliftons. i fa LOCAL BREVITIES. I ? IS. J. M.rri-. I. iili-t, Marion, i t T. C. l'".k wa iii Kn Sun- '! 1 I'. A. Walk, r i i-iting hi ..n i nt M.ili. .. J. . 1'iiri-. . f T-.I.I. l-wn M"ii'l:iv. I lnii ll'.ivi-r, ( Irma, wa in f i'Mltl Mi'lfl.lV. Hi.- l.-t ..f ll.mr i. in I. I.al at j llw T..l Milk f V. It. I'liiikliy, -t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 August 1904

lltttwraal (Snfli Siaa Kmtltri 3faim Ijnrtntri Hfnrlt Simtns By CHARLES L. BAINE. Ccnenl Stcrttiry of tht Boot ind Sho Worker' Union. MONEY IN CULTIVATION. 2hi Farmer Who Work Hii Soil DO. igently Is (h One That Gets the Big Crops. When I was a child 1 rrail a .Sunday irhool amry which Iniprescpd me verv niich ii bunt a iunr toy who was made very happy by the Rift of a pin Hi JId not hare nuicli lu rVeil Die plx, bill he iricil lo make up tor it':'?r acks by aitenllon find care and wat o fur rewarded (hat t tie plK hi'came a tine Ihikc porkor. and wlii-n hroiiK lit O I, I natural end upon the block ru aimed a "handsome pittance" to the .iiKiirlotii boy. Ai l prew older, doubta timet my inltul concernliiK the Iirobahllitiei of that story, nolwlth Mantling Its irreproachable orlRln, un '.II 1 met a woman who waa striving moat cotmcietitlously to carry on and tin lll.4tlee tt the lift farm of hnr hti. benefits ami advantages tlie shorter workday has secured to favored i ltt,,d. a railr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 August 1904

30 fhe Crittenden! EG01D The Up-to-Date Western KentucKy Newspaper - It contains all the k-st General news and all the Local news in Crittenden and Livingston counties. It is read in the home everywhere. If you are not a subscriU'r already, sul Hrile now. $1. Going at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick and Choice ol the Best Journals Will be Found in Our Clubbing Lilt. We will send TliK ClUTTKN DKN Kkcord and either of the following journals lioth one YKAHjfor price'named: Tn 'nimi' lUii.Hi " ( iiiMiiii.iti W'm kly Kiiiiin r fl.ie'l I . t -x ill.- . r.,, N. loiii" i..l. sm..rit 1.71 nn. r J"iirn;il ..Vi i S'"kly S;fliillr Aiixrii.m l.'J'i Or wo will send Tmk'IUx'okd and the Weekly Knquirer, Intth, and either of the following journals onk yf.au f(r price named: 'I Ik I ll 1 1 1 t M h ! ' 'oin!.ir Mitriini "J.; in Yi. k'- Fl-f .1 M.tfi in- I.T'i K ii.-.i. t ity M.ir l .T'i i 'ii''lii hi M i -J :ii i i Kirn., r N iiniiil m. kin. hi mi I F.rinr '2 :r... t ' l.i.t'. ' J 7 ! : I In Aim lii till ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 August 1904

If he t7J . 0 3 icons A: W : v The only one in the town and it is full of Bargains, and we are trading goods every day for cash. Our Prices are the Cash Price and they are the Very Lowest. You can Save Money by Buying Your Goods from us. WHY? Because rtj we Sell Only for Cash. So when you are in town don't fail to come in and let us show you how much money we can JjjiJ SAVE YOU BY BUYING YOUR GOODS FROM A CASH HOUSE. f 'jl V m I i- i i t - t. i l.i I i a - . i if: N i , ) 1 1 1 Come and See Our Line of DRY GOODS. Good Calico 4Jc. Hoosier Brown Domestic 5c A Good Bleeched Domestic 6c. A Better Bleeched Domestic 6Jc. Hope Bleeched Domestic 7-Jc. See our line of Dress Goods and Trimmings the price is reduced from 20 to 25 per cent. See Our Bleeched Table Cloth, 5G in wide, 2!Jc. yd The Best Fancv Table Oil Cloth . . 18c. yd TJip Rpst Rpd Tick 15c. yd 7 Come in and get our LOCAL NEWS. SHERIDAN. Hugh ll.mvrr ami Cm-laml . Murplay wi n-in Marion Sat unlay ' ami att.-ixl.il tin- i-amp nm-t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 August 1904

Iffae fff itteEiim Itaaf ri. VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1904. NUMBER 7. MINING I NEWS The Ore Productnj Properties t in Fine Condition lor the Autumn Shipments. I I1NC OBTAINS HIGH PBICES. T ;A vjmihhi f II. W. ilfou' TlIK ll.l.lNoH I'l III IIAHK hy tllO iniy, IVmhik, buiif villi- cniiipany wiiue hi veil mile from KI'milH-ib-town HiTiiiM to l another gixid thing for that company. Tin- rhior Hiar in tliat particular wet inn in of exceptionally high ir.ulc. l!.uii'M Ihih been ilim'iivrri'l in three different place in the Crip ple ( rik district, h innaid tlmiin iuhIm nf dollar'; worth of thin ore Iuih U-en thrown iivcr t lit dump hy tin- mi.ii- nieratiig tin- miiii'H U-cauf tiny knew imtliinK i'f it value. Tmk ('HtiTKMiKS Coal iiihI Cuke eoiiimiiy nf Marion, have latelv 'ftmily rcju.rt tlx- wile of l!l a n n t inaile ome very large contract for U Crittenden Spring pnirrty to tin- future delivery of their high nine iV N'uiih f..r lll,). jgr.idc co...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 August 1904

saaaaes iOVAL It's Easier to Move Money Than Furniture. We have purchased the Moore & Paris Lumber Company's large brick building opposite our present stand, and are getting ready to put therein one of the best and most up-to-date lines of Furniture ever in Marion. We do not want to move our present stock, we want to sell it. In order to so we give you the most re markable inducements ever offered in Furniture for the next 20 days. SALE fix U W I 1 B U r Fine Kitchen Cabinets $10 Beautiful Iron Bedsteads $3 to $15 Best Mattresses $1.10 to $11.00 Bed Springs 2.30 to 5.00 Fine Dressers 7.00 to 18.00 Elegant Folding Beds $15.00 to $35.00 Chiffoniers $8.00 to $15.00 Everything else in proportion. REMEMBER 'M LASTS FOR OUR TAXES. Sheriff Settlements for the Latt Twenty Yean. ! ! .r, . . ii . i i The amount of tax tillccti-l each year in thix county for tin- lat ! twenty year It-ginning l:t v In n E. C. Flanary wn Sheriff and wl.cn the levy a, mad- only..,,, the poll h given in the fo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 August 1904

) I IT WAS I The Sum ol iSjXO.VTu Voted f Marion Graded School Larjc Enoujjh For its Patrons g Pupils will find the year of 1904 posessing f3 H"wu " ino ,a wun many new ana a ;t3 splendid features. Same management for & & eleven years. ft School Begins Sept 12, 1904 1 'jjjj Address or call on S I CHARLES EVANS & $ MARION, KY. H. K. WOOPH Woods & Orme DRUGGISTS. Large Stock of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Wall Paper. Largest Line of.Brushcs In the State. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by two IUgistmd Pharrnacists. ri I m w ' . yv? i it;, i v. .'scvm".'' IIoiMit.g lli.gite , Air (Vi..tN'T, Water .ni'l 111- tr- and l - , , . 0 Fairbanks, morse x Company, Louisville, Ky. $75 In Csh Prizes will be given away to per sons guessing nearest the total aggregate paid attendance at the World's Fair, St. Louis, Mo. DO YOU KNOW You can secure ONE GUESS and THE WEEKLY LOUISVILLE HERALD 52 times a year for 50 cents. 3cnd 50 cents io this Paper. DO IT NOW Tiik Kworh and the Herald Ut...

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. — 26 August 1904

T I ii Che Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEKKLY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION, PER YEAR, ONE DOLLAR. Kntereil wennd-c Ii m matter July 15. t the pomolfic. at Mrion. Ky., unclt r Act of c nn-Bi-eu of Murch .1. 1-7'.'. FRIDAY. AUGUST 2(5, 1904. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. Kill l-HKMI'KNT TIIKODOHK KOOSKVEI.T Of New York. ran vuk phksiuknt CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS Of Indiana. ' ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF authorized to an-j great LOCAL OVERFLOW. .Joe Tudor wont t Sturgis 'i-l-nesday to visit relatives. Rev. J. E. I'riee will preach nt Sullivan Saturday and Sunday. C. K. Wcldon'n new dwelling en Cherry street in tlie O'llricti addi tion is a I mil t complete. Miss Malinda Melz, who Imshecn visitiiiK her hri'ther, C. E. Metis, for soine time, returneil to her home at Caseyville Tuesday. HerU rt Whitney will return to his homo the last of this week, hut his wife will remain hero a few weeks as the guest of her mother, Mrs. R. E. Dorr. Sheriff J. Watts Ijunh, of Crit tenden county, wh...

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. — 26 August 1904

da VI 0) rVf"1 verything at Clearance Prices ! I? 18 fa i3 a It r -v . .-,mw-w-,mv -trnj Mm VALUES IGNORED AND PROFITS ABANDONED IN THE WIND-UP OF ww, OUR SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE. THE GOODS MUST GO, NO MATTER ggg WHAT THE SACRIFICE, OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN. $.2.50 siu ..r ,8.50 I Summer Dress Goocfe I Sec our $4 Mens Shoes lor $2.75 T50 Iso At Your Own Pr.ce ! 0ncLoto, 7.50 5.00 SfirtSiTfw?tS ttSSeSSd Ladies $2.00 Shoes for 50 cents. fa r v LOCAL BREVITIES. IJ. J. M.rri. I . utit. Marion. l.-.ily Onhran i- v.ry ni.k of ' . j Jn.i. Franklin. of Tolu. ni. in j .he city Monday. J. W. Hu.U.n. of Sal. in. urn. iii J the city Tu.-nd.iy. j Jj.-k William returned (pmii Indiana MMi.i.t . j J. F. Ilan.l-y. of .ivingtoii .unity, wan h re Tu.-Uy. 1 Ma) W. II. Iloyt, of St.irifi.,1lr I"""" ILi at thin ofli.-e Tuesday. Jt,o. K. CawpU-ll, of Sal.-in, Mr. and Mm. A. A. lVl'" ' t" Monday. vinit.! nlative in town Tu.-n- uy. J. I. i:..n.y and Mi-n Fl.ta Hinu arc att. -tiding tin- World' ' lair. Mr. t!m. I...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 August 1904

STATE NEWS. Willie Dudley, the eighteen, year old son of Hamilton Dudley, of Princeton, wns struck by :in I-I', train at Cerulean Spring lust week death resulting. The Illinois Central and the Tennessee Central railmads have made arrangements with eaeli other so that mileaK1' links issued for one road will he g md on- the other. One hundred Filipino students have Km brought to this eountryj for u four year's course in Ameri can schools. They are to lie ap portioned among twenty-live insti- JHnrst Elajj in JHnrli m iHljat m (tall "un-memm0 By HERBERT W. TOMPKINS, Author of "Mirth Country Ramblo," Etc. T i i KOCRASTIXATION, irresolution, lang;iiidness, idleness., weakness of character those arc milestones on the broad road that leads over the precipice of failure called "To-morrow." How many readers of this paper can honestly say that the word "to-morrow" has not interfered with their lives? The thing which has no real existence, the day which you will never sve, is to-morrow. Yet how...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 August 1904

0 I Q Marlon 30 The Crittenden o RECORD The Up-to-Date Western KentucKy Newspaper It contains all the best General news and all the Local news in Crittenden and Livingston counties. It is read in the home everywhere. If you are not a subscriber already, sub scribe now. $1. Going at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick snd Choict ol thi Best Joiirnili Will b Fount in Our Clubbing List. We will send The Critten den Record and either of the following journals both ONE YEARjfor price "named: Tin (mt-tinmn Knhi"iiili rim iiniiili . kly Kiiiiin r l.il Iiti ill. II. ml-l 1 N. Lull il..!-k ln Mt .7i iiritrJMiirn.il I. .VI Wi. kly Niflitillr Aim ri.. m I.-.", Or we will send TheJRecord and the Weekly Enquirer, loth, and either of the following journals one year for price named: Tin- I tntli..ii r I J.lU Ia1h' t. -i iIm r M iif nun' ' :ti Yl k' H'Tll M'(flli.' 1.71 K .in-.i- City M.ir 1 .7"i t'imB.it,iii M t i 1 1 n '.' .'.t Ohio Kirimr l .'.m N.iti.in.il !!' In, in nti'l K.trim r 'J '." lrv. r' ii.i ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 August 1904

STORE II ME NE CH ft 93 WE UNDER SELL THEM ALL. These are Great Days Days of Saving Unqualled for the people of Marion and surround- ings. Here is Good News for hvcry Day in the Week. ?H Here are a Few of our Cash Dry Goods. Good Calico 4 1-2 ptr yard. I lousier Drown Domestic, oc per yard Hope Dleech 7 l-2c per vard Cotton Checks 5c per yard Apron Check Gingham 5c per yard The Best Bed Tick 15c per yard White and Fancy Table Oil Cloth 18c yd Con e in and I.mk through our store and we will ghow you that you can save monev By Buying Your Goods From a Cash Store. A Big Lot of New Corsets. The $1.00 F. C. Corset . . 78c The 50 and 60c Corset . . 42c Don't fail to See our 12 1-2 and 15c Embroideries at 9c Wc have a New Line of Ladies Walking Skirts and they are just as cheap as our calico. So don't forget the Bargain Days. They Last Six Days Every Week. Remember we sell the Brown Shoes. They arc the best, and they are just as 2 cheap as any other line or ours tor cash. Our Hats and Clot...

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. — 2 September 1904

tfnt 3te VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1904. NUMBER 8. JOPLIN PRICES "., with i-uital stuck of S-V),(MK, . . . ... a ' I'hh Urn form. 'd in Radiii-ah to for Lead and Zinc Ores at a ,llllimfil(,tlri. lmil,M.r. . A. Hifth Point -BarylCS if president, J. H. Uving secretary Looking Upward. l,.v, " vice president. . TlIK SrKVfN HHK i l.xV linn-luclm-d it movement toxxards the SALEM FIBECLAY IN TRANSIT , West. ? ui,. cmp..!.,-1 works mi M"ii'!iH . All nf tlic team pos-iLle ti t urt will In' utili.-.l in haul Tui ii ! ii r i i. mil fur y im-' ing this pr.lint fmui Sulem tn the during ht-t wirk ut .1 i I 1 1 1 win- if I'l railroad station for shipment to i r ti'ti. I it 1 iirii' were mi- Kcwanr, 111. In nil, some N,m hanged ut t'il I r ton. Tut I'.Miui" l'i t nioN f..rtli.' year f i;'i, according, to tin' l.iti-t gnili.yi.al surxoy r 'ft writti n ly , I'r. I'mtt. niiioiint. l to.Vi.iVC t"h. The average price of a ton l.i-l yiar rt tin' mint' wax f I .ir...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 2 September 1904

MMHH a TUCKED Are Now the Furniture Pvlen Oil Tucker has purchased of Jas. Henry his interest in the firm of Nunn & Henry. Who is Oil Tucker? You all know him. He has waited on you at Haynes' Drug Store for the last seven years, and now joins John Nunn in extend ing to you a cordial invitation to visit them at their store. Here is what they say to you: It is Easier to Move Money Than Furniture We have purchased the Moore & Paris Lumber Company's large brick building opposite our present stand, and are beginning to put therein one of the best and most up-to-date lines of Furniture ever in Marion. We do not want to move our present stock, we want to sell it. In order to do so we give you the most re markable inducements ever offered in Furniture v - Here fire Prices That Will Move Our Stock! Fine Kitchen Cabinets $10 Beautiful Iron Bedsteads $3 to $15 Best Mattresses $1.10 to $11.00 Bed Springs 2.30 to 5.00 Fine Dressers 7.00 to 18.00 Elegant Folding Beds $15.00 to $35.00 Chif...

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 September 1904

SNAKE CHARMER Wnli afrpirsVQ istksfm PdMs Ms Luted Reptiles From Houses and ; Laughed at Cobra Bite. Sonic yriir ur nKiineiit wiih HllltiillM'll 111 I'thllllWlir, fllllloUM fur it H 1m iint iflil dm which in the fpriiitinu' an1 nun uf fiilinr and hliiMuiiii, relate an Kniclirdi iirmy ollieer. Tin' rot grow in wild irifiiniini ; !in! tin- noil in mi productive that, a h an "lil gardener once said ''you liavt-only to put a dry ntiek into tlx ground and it will shortly eproiit and flourish." lint In fori' long hi found tlmt a snake I Hi" I enpl into our Kdcn, li-nvinit it trail on tin' patlm U tii'ii tlw rnwliiidlii-M and tin- mt vantn' liotiMti. Ariiuil with a Mont Mirk I nmde a ur li in tin' quarter, lut with out any cuiiiwful nultn. Sunt' month lati r I mi taking my usual rimta after 'tillin," when thr l-an r nunc into my room Ni.ving, in tli supercilious uuinnrr usual to hint when iH'iikiiig of hi fellow -inuntry men : ' Sahib, there in in tin Miiipiiiii it snake i linrmt r wlio sn...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 2 September 1904

Cbe Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. JAS. L CHITTENDEN, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION, PER YEAR, ONE DOLLAR. Entered na iminil-rli n maltir July IS. I!M, t th po.tnfliv t Murii.n, K-., umlfr Act nf ln crmu of March 3. IX7! FRIDAY. SEPT. 2, 1004. "BLIND TIGERS" SHERIDAN. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. Foil I'HKSIDKNT TIIKODOKK KOOSKVKLT Of New York. Kdll VIi'K rilKSIHKNT CHAULKS W. FAIRKANKS Of Indiana. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF Tin1 Afsneiatiun lias cnino nml j igoiii' niul dill i" Hurvivi-. It was; Attempt to Run at Hurricane Camp onjnycd liy all. i Meeting But Are Caughl. i k,.v. W. '.. Yale, wife ,u;d child ; have ri'turni'il frmn 11 tour through' Tennessee mid Illinois. i Hie annual camp meeting is now ,. .... i i ,i i.oss u tens na hi .on., on ill session nt tins place nml tin1 at- i :.. ... i ... i... I ; Monday. , leu. lion c i:- ii-- (i1""! ii." i a " . 1 1 ... . i... .i i ....... i.'.... 'i' !. i;,.l-.,i- ii.,,i,;i.;i;..n -llllU;it t Ml IM'IIH .1,1.-11 I'll I i. I. in' ' ..i.'ii sl...

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