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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 21 July 1905

so sx TY DAYS SALE! 60 Being only temporarily located where we are, and hoping to be in our new quarters within sixty days or less p time, we are determined to reduce our stock, and to do so quickly we have Greatly Reduced the Prices! On all Clothing, Slipper, Summer Dresi Goods and in fact all the way through you will find greater values than ever before offered you. Don't wait to see (p what some one else has bought here, but come tind make the examination yourself. W. L Douglas Shoes and Oxfords arc the Best Made. Try them. "Lion Brand" Shirts and Collars are the Kind for Service and Comfort S f$' NO TROUBLE 2$ SHOW GOODS -j LITTLE RECORDS. 1 ji. hard J Mum. Ientit. Several farmer ramr In town Sat urday. Mix J II. I!ay i j --n 1 1 1 the week 1 1. 1 . ( aMi. n l'iuti.tw n. was in .i ii Twi'K'ta) . Mc V, '. Ih.'iinr i" V . -. I . I in Pre- I.Ti.a th.p ct W. fn (.i.gt nts-im returns! from lieu l.rm S.tinU. A U .Volar l.-gy f..r t ! at lima- llaLI- t on pttii) . II. N l.amb. of lr,.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. — 21 July 1905

Feeding the Work Horse Ou days when the horses lire doi at Work tlicre should lip u retluctlou In the amount of feed given. Some horse owners oil these oivusloua limit the aniointt of (Train fed or take it iiwa.v altogether, my t.. A. Merrill lu Amor lean Cultivator. This is not to be eom meiided. A slight rediletloii should I nude 111 both hay mid grain, ami this tan he dune in such a way that the boise will not realize It. In this eon qectlou I quote from a luilleiill of tlie ptah experiment station on "ll.irse Is:-ding:" 'i'Min tliese exeennielitii it Id Apparent that even under stretiuou WOlU the desired results lu hoise fe.nl Uxg eall he oht.'iihi-d with luileh less Iifty than is usually fed, and emise quently lo tin' llnaiieial gain of tlj-' feeder. It Is folly to elalm that a horse will not eat umre than is neeesary if allowed the lllierly of the stark an I inuin Hit." The argument Is soinr! lines made that a horse under natural conditions on pasture never eats more than Is n...

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. — 21 July 1905

il FASHION IMIR. Liuf-n Collar and Cuff Sets For Tailored Gowns. TIifc'MIU UllHiHT HUD VMS, braider tlio owner monogram In boy erul ihndee of confronting illki on the ankle, of tb MtocklDKn orn with low hot.'. Ttio cut hIiowh (i stocking worked Id thin attractive! miiuner. IMBlt rlart Hum an While f'hrntU 4 or.rl Thai l ain la Kruat. Mohair Ma Kin a Milk A YWfcaa ui lUiftetiuda. liarw cellar iiimI cuff hi-Ih fur wear wtfk tnllm-i -I piwna aro iirnunirnliil -wltfc frW 'iiilirulili'ry lnn In lien vy -a-bH llk 'Ilii'i' wlii mil for 75 m tin J iv jti'i'iinllntf In the work oa tbeiu. A, dark Krj mohair fliikliii! of lilm'k tut artilte .Toaacd with nil" lilnrk or 'Jih i H olio i if tin1 novelty inn trrlalt for trivalliiK frocka. rttnrt of dottrd rwIrn urn aiuang V jirclljf tiiliiii eu lu the FRIBBLES AND FRIPPERIES. llfviTM oi'H In llin n anil lure that ndil ii Miimrt totirh to n (town or wrap are almwii In llii' hIiiiin In iniiiiy band Notlio iIi'hIk'IIH. A lirlulit roil Bilk holt Imiiii...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 21 July 1905

I at. no. r t n keep LOCAL NEWS Carrsville. Henry Hill and wife visited W. H. Way land's family of Joy, Sunday. .Mrs. dipt- Ellis visited Mr. and Mrs. Shouse, of Joy, Sunday. Lulu Mi-Farlund. who is making her home with Mrs. tlla Vt right went home Sunday to see her parents. V. H. Kamuge, of Greenville, Miss., after visiting his father, Henry Ram age, of near here, left fur Mi-mphis last Saturday where he has a position as car inspector. T"m Kankin ami family, of Lola were here visiting Charley Foster last week. Miss Worthy Short, of Kidgeway, 111., who has been visiting Mrs. J. W. Hutchison, her sister, is to return home fKiu U-....L- Mru II,,I. V,i... , .. .. rom.,.nV Lr h,. ... ..i k A - . . Calvin Lasher and sister, Miss Nettie brother and sister of 0. S. Lasher, editor of Banner, passed through here Saturday on their way to their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rhodes, who are to start soon for Sikeston, Mo., where they intend making their future home. airs, ,-sewi towsert al...

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. — 28 July 1905

Courier Journal yOLUME MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY JULY 28, 1905 NUMBER 3. 3FFICIAL REPORT OF TEACHERS' INSTITUTE The Crittenden County Teachers Held Annual Session ) SCHOOL Al'DITORIlM JILT 17 The Institute Was Instructed by Mr. Charles Evans and Much Good Work Vas Done. MOWlAY MORNING. i The Crittenden County Teacher lnstauit convened in th, school Audi torium July IS, t 10:00 o'clock. After th song, "America," by Die Institute, fx! devotional f irrciar conducted by Messrs. F.varv and Ward, th flection of officer waa tkn up, Tb following officers wer elected C E. Thomas, presub-nl; R. 11. Alien, view president; Mm France Gray, see rrtary, and llarv Hahb. assistant ae rtary. Ilefur th regular work was begun Mr. Ktant voiced th Gtimnt of th institute in hi expressions of sympathy fur SurrinUndrnt Pana in hi illni and th hoi of a irdy recovery. In hi oening remark I the Instructor touched briefly upon the work stating that thry were assembled in thr nimr of th child. That natural l...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 July 1905

( - .. . iiir r' t, r is - i TTTTTTTTl EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING BACHELLER Copyntht, 1900. by LOT DROP PUBLISHING COMPANY ,ilt.l.i4..Va.4.A4.44.4.4.444.4- ,4 Synopsis of Previous Chapters. Illl in- i im ri'i'iilM the intruili-r. ! tw h omMn l deliver cabin ami art' warned , The awalli.w a ther. CHAI'TKl! 1 I am lift an orphan at six and am saved t'nmi a dissolute uncle by Knen Hidden, an old man whu has worked for my father. I'nele Y.U takes nit; through the wilderness from Ver niont to seek a new home in New York State. II. -Our adventures in the woods. I'nele Eh scares away a panther. III. A woman presents a little watr oti to me, to whit I) Fred, our doc, is ' itched. A man tries to enter our imp in the wood. IV. -I'nele El t'e stav in an old urimr the nilit to leave hv its mvste lous owner. 'II I meet Jed I'eary, a country poet who takes a liking to me. I am almost frozen to death and am saved bv I'n ele Kb. VIII - Hope and I try to save our old do(T from the huh her's hands, but ar...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 July 1905

Dipping Sheep For Vermin RAISU1Q PO IljliiK tin a remedy for lick la tli miliJiH't of a luilletln Jimt ImhiiimI by the Mlmifiuitn rrrlim-miil aliiUmi. Till' lllllll'llll Nil)' ttlllt llllllIlN HIlfTlT moMt from tick Juki nftor tht older aliorp liuve Imtii horn, im tiny Itic-n Iruve llli' nIiiii uml hike refill,''' oil (lie luinlm. Tliiil In a fiu't Hint Iiiih lni-u reeuifiilKetl ever Kline (lie oiieil MVi-i-i Ultllliiii liniilx liei'iune ii feiilure of Aini'l'li'iill hl.ii p liiihli.'iiulry. I It In roughly eNllniiileil, mi.vh (lie ul- ; ll'tlll, thill il Ink will t;il.e from n lllllill I four ilroi of Ho.nI int iliiy, or lot I Rllily one llfleelilli of II lllllil oillin'. Al U,H' ninny lit a Inlinlriil In k mil lie fmili.l aollK'tlllii" tllmll uue lunili. If only lull Hint liiliiiU-r In- t.iLi li Hie ri"Ulll wotiM U- 1ii ilr.'' of liU Mux U' kul rruiii iih. innili ilmly Ireiitineiit given h illllii: tin Willi wiine k.oaI illp 1 n hi i-i 1 In I -ty lifter ahi'iirlnit uml nitnlii In ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 July 1905

Cbe Crittenden Record. ISSUED WhtLT. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN C. H. WHITEHOUSE Editor nd Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enti'rcil as strnml-cliiss matter July IS, 1U, at the iKitotti at Marum, Ky., uruior Act uf Can Kress uf Mun-h :i, l7it. FRIDAY. JULY 2S, lWo. REPUBLICAN TICKET. KOK CorXTV Jt'lH'.E WALTKR A. M.ACKHl'RX KOK t'Ol'NTV ATTORNEY CARL. HENDKRSON KOI! COI'NTY Cl.KKK C. K. WKLDON KOK .sllKKIFF J. F. FI.ANARY KOK JAILOK ALBERT H. TRAVIS KOK ASSESSOR .1. ANTHONY DAVIDSON for si kveyor JAS. E. SLLLESGER Foil CORONER CHARLES WALKER FOR SCHOOL SlTK.KINTKMiK.NT JOHN I!. PARIS JUST A WORD. To our friends win) are familiar with the difficulties, dissensions and disloy ally we have con tended with and over come during the past two weeks, we render thanks fur the.r encouraging Hnd loyal support. To those of our readers who dn not know of our little ditliculties, we only wish to nay that they are now behind us and their rehearsal through these columns is unnecessary. Suffic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 July 1905

I NOT QUITE SATISFIED Then you should satisfy yourself that we are offering exactly what we H advestise, by making the investigation yourself. ?j We are here only temporarily, and must move, and we have -Reduced all our Prices. on Ready-made Suits for Men and Boys, extra Pants, Slippers, Oxfords of all Kinds, Summer Drass Goods and Waistings. . W. L. Douglas NO TROUBLE to SHOW GOODS ind , -e.-. - .r ri- rrv- ivm LITTLE RECORDS. Li.harJJ. Murrw, Dentist. Watermelon nn ire at Sutherland's. Cc-ti Aher went in Kvaiisvdle Sun :..y. W. T. Perry, of M.o kf.r.l. wa here llrrUTt Morri ap-nt Sunday in 4'arrai ill. I'ni'm Srvice at the Mi'thiNliKt j ' hjriji mjl Sunday. J. A Stegar, of Princeton, wa tuwrri Tuelay. J. F. Miller, of f'l.turnoy, mm in the city 1ji-U). Mira Henry ami (Mlsin llsyne left yeatenlay. A $"" ifcillar buggy for M' at Huia HaLh Cutnjmny'a. llarry Mrr, of Princeton, wa in I town .Sunday. K. K. Mire and family returned to M-t'li-tfuillr Monday. Mih IrU-lle Carl vis ted frit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 July 1905

' " f V e' r r : i il r ( ; - V ( i I t n - wart nhMlNMttetlMMriok highly poMithM and a Muti h4. The eollur ami ruff aet nhowu In the cut Is made of tiheer hanclkerchtef lin en unhrolderad try hand lu a tiny flow erel ilt-HlKii. Su.-h a set when juir c1.ih1 Is very expensive, hut ma? be made ut home fur a t rl i !- DETAILS OF DRESS. Givcll Cl'iVes, violet illllis .Hid Uir pit' I'linisols are a few of Hie eei-cn-trie ll'iVl'ltli'S In Hummer chess. & whole IhhIidi niny lie miide of wish rlMi-m put l"i.'e(her with fimey stit.-h.-s Cr m ith Insert ion of Iiht. Tin' new lisle thre.-i'l cloves ;ire hned Trtlli elilnil s.lk. This Kniiiu' is 1 't'-t "S . s,( ' 1 - ' - 4 lillEtS (IIIKFoN HVNsll.ll.E. and coiiifortahle to w.-nr, hut the gloves when hoIIisI lire prnrtlciilly worthle. The hiind !iikh tlmt every DJxllh wornnu ciirrltn are only Id correct form when they match or hnrtnotilze with Hie continue. HmartiKt of tan fwtwear la the low ahoe of dark tobacco brown lutsl w Ith a flat bro...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 July 1905

CAN THE STORK OUTSPEED THE AUTO? imrir iu uii acooviyaro, uimkmq wun M thunder. After th good eldar bud bun preaching an hour hi Mr, fat body seemm! to swim In my tear. When be had flnUhed the ctiolr aunff. Their singing wai a thing that appeal ed to the eye a well an the ear. Uncle Eb UHed to nuy It waa a great comfort tc anfl rcikermh Samson Ring baa. Ilia 0 THE PAPER THAT MERITS YOUR CONFIDENCE. The Crittenden Record Built up from . the ground in eight months to an unusual prestige and f$ standing, then unfortunately burned out absolutely, but it never missed an issue l.l . 1 I . I I u .1 1 f-- iU J 1 r - r. a A. I ana loaay greets you Drignier ana Deuer man ever, in ia u me up-iu-uoic Western Kentucky Newspaper. That's the Record's record, the paper that asks for your patronage. It contains all the best General News and all the Local News in Crittenden County, and remembers adjoining counties. It is read in the home everywhere. If you are not a subscriber send in a dollar and be...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 July 1905

I ftP A I IUFWC The Continued Story LUlilL IlLllJ of Current Events Lola. I'r. W. H. Neville, of Paducah, ib here. Del Hardin, wife and little daughter, Vernor, of Marion, visited the family of A. S. Johnson Sunday night, return ing Monday accompanied hy Mr. John son and wife. J. C. Elliott and wife, of (Ireenville, Ohio, are visiting Mrs. Ilavi.s, of this place. We have a switrh hoard added to our telephone service here and have sev eral new subscribers. The Lola cornet hand went to Irma last Saturday to fill an engagement with Messrs. Sullengerand Tack well to .furnish music for their barbecue. I). K. Gilliland, wife and daughter, of Marion, came down Sunday to see Mrs. Gilliland' father, W. T. r'lanary, who in B ck. Dr. avU had a very fine horse killed by lightning Sunday afternoon. Several of the Lola people attended the barbecue at Irma Saturday. R. S. I'arn went to Paducah taut Priday. L. P. Mitchell and family visited at J. B. Perry's, of Irma, Saturday and Sunday. A. M. Davi...

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. — 4 August 1905

Bllt He tin. V I.. J 'III lh,. fir -!...( U, lb.- M in ID X t' i pLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., AUGUST 4, 1905 NUMBER 4 iTANDARD OIL MAN IN FIELD jid is Impressed Willi the Present Outlook. 1LICATE OF ZINC FOUND i itic District and the Pusslhllllles ol the future Still Grow Brighter. XTERESTIMi KOTIS Of THE II LI tliat to tin- harm only, which held the buggy off of the horse. Mr. Tor mina say In' linen nut have the remot est iili'u of hw In- got out of the buggy. - (HI Silicate of line in difficult of descrip timi in its varied fornix, anil its trrlini- al description an fiiiiml in IxMikn on rnincrology would not lit- understood by tin- majority of our renders, or even many person engaged in mining. The three distinct form in which it apiM-ar ut the Miller mines lire, first, a fossil formation or tony ksiking structure, romMwc of numerous elongated, ling er like fossils, rolor resembling "tur- kev-fat" carbonate of line: second, it in founil in the center of round, rock li...

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. — 4 August 1905

.' i . l t . n 1 Tt-' tit , ' f i EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING BACHELLER COM PAN Y XII Copyrnht, I WW. by LOT MR OP PL fi Lli II INC ssHeH"M-l'M'H li Synopsis of Previous Chapters CHAITKK I I am le ft an orphan at nix ami am saved from a iiisihit- iiii.Ic l,y KIm-ii HoM.-n, an old man who has worked for my father. I 'fide Kh takes me through the wilderness fr,.m Ver mont to seek a ii'-w home in New York ' State. II. I h,r adventure in the w,m. I'ncle Kit .-cares away a panther. III. A woman present a little wan on to me, to which Fred, our doe;, is 'itched. A man tries to enter our amp in the woods. IV. I'ncle Kit repulses the intruder. ' Ve May in an old cahin and are warned urintr the niyht to leave liy its my.ste iou.s ow ner. ' i 'II I meet J.il I'eary, a country e n-t who takes a likim; to me. I am almost frozen to death and am saved ,v I'n cle Kl. VIII Hope and I try to i-.ivc our old lo from the hutchcr'h hand.-, hut are iottiK lleil hy circumstances to leave him to starve. IX The m...

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. — 4 August 1905

1 GR FASDION LI 11 Jim fitted Swisses Are Favorites For Shirt Waists. i.ki: iti.i i" sun. rorii.ut. t.rk llk Muallii Wllk .r ol fliiara aaxl !. Illm U and Wlilia V-INinln Otrr n 1 erlai Tranapnreii- -yrarpl I'lnn la .r". Irlxli Inc-- IxiliTim tire the "NinrdHt li( In wetir with fk'irlrt of hut' licr'n dr lix ii-1 kT hU f 1 1 1 it i . Tin. nrw bolero i n to I1") Jin ki't rut lii niic piece r llitl iiihIit nniiK. An lrlli luce i cipcnulvc, iittrncllve little Imlcrua fuillt mi Hie licw ure iniiili' of fliflcrciit Inn unit ciiilimlilorloa ileftly iit lop-ther on tin- kiiiiic Jni kcl. iNiltiil awlawa nr- nlwii) fii vorltf tor wlil alilrt wiilt. Tlie all wlilte U Ik trimmed with a ruffle of yalcn rleunoa lure, aiii below thin are Inaer tlorm of lace net cloudy together and pointed at ttie cncla. A line Of Inser tion mill riillle of lure with bretellca of rlliliou liul.tli 1 1 ir- wiiM. LINGERIE HATS. TlilH ycnMiti'H l.ii,,;r"if Ii;i'h lime eon fonniil ti the t ni-r;il Htyli' of t'liilH'au...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 4 August 1905

Cbc Crittenden Record ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN C. H. WHITEHOUSE Editors and Publiihera. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. EnL-ml a Kt-cm.l-rliix;i niattt-r July 1 ll.U. .t the iMtorhr at Mitn.in. Ky.t under Ai'l of l.n yniw of March ;i. 1711. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 15W5. REPUBLICAN TICKET. KOR I'Ol'N'TY Jl'IK'.E WALTER A. BI.ACKKURX FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY CARL HENDERSON FOR COUNTY CLERK C. E. WELDON FOR SHERIFF J. F. FLANARY FOR JAILOR ALBERT 11. TRAVIS FOR ASSESSOR J. ANTHONY DAVIDSON For surveyor JAS. E. SUI.I.ENOER for coroner CHARLES WALKER FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT JOHN B. PARIS OUR Motto: For the Good of the Community. OCR Policy: Reliable. Con servative. Efficient. Yol- like The Record ! ! Your friends would ir haps also enjoy its bright, crispy news articles, inter esting serials, valualde ad vertising otrers and other features. Something for every mem ber of the family is always furnished each week. Your neighbor may be come interested by just a word from you. Your elTort w...

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. — 4 August 1905

2 NO FINE TOLK NECESSARY Come Make Your Selection at the Following Prices: ! 1 SLIPPERS AND OXPORDS $2.50 tan Oxford for $1.85 2.00 1.50 1.25 1.75 1.50 1.25 1.15 1.00 $2.50 Pat. Button Oxf. 1.85 2.00 Kid ." " 1.50 2.00 white " " 1.50 1.25 " " ' " 1.00 1.25 Kid " " 1.00 MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS IN SAME PROPORTION. CLOTHING $10 and $18 Suits for 15.00 " " 12..r0 " " 10.00 " " 9.00 " " 7.50 " " 8.00 Youths suits for 7.50 Outing suits for $13.50 12.00 8.50 7.50 0.50 5.00 6.00 5.00 $4.00 extra pants for 3.50 2.50 1.50 and $2 extra pants 6.00 Boys' suits for 5.00 ' 4.00 " ,' " 2.50 1.50 $3.00 2.75 2.00 1.25 4.50 3.75 3.00 1.75 1.00 New Line Up-to-Date Hats and Caps Neckwear, Suspenders, LION BRAND Shirts and Collars. Underwear, Hosiery W. L. DOUGLAS $3.50 - Tan Oxfords - $3.00 WHILE THEY LAST ! NO TROUBLE to SHOW GOODS A Pleasure to Please ! Taylor & Cannan LITTLE RECORDS. V. W. Sunn, dentist. list id Full was in Irmu Saturday. J. Ft. IjuiiIi, nf Sttirgia. was in to...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 4 August 1905

1 1 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VI, THIRD QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES. AUG. 6. COURSE OF STUDY Selected by Prof. Victor G. Kee, for Marion Graded School. Fall Term Begins Sept. 18, 1905. I'KIMAUY IHJ'.UITMKNT- KIKST CHM'K. Arithmetic - Numbers from 1 to 1.'""'. I r;iwinn I'nu-tii'al I'rawin, Nn. 1. Kea.linn Coe's First Ii.'iysat School. McUitTey's Kir-t Render. Spelling- Ilitlicu.lt Words in Heading Lesson. Writ injr Rational Writ inu' I'o..k. No. I. 1'lnsical Culturi'. Vocal Music. s:itiI (lltAI'K. Arithmetic - Hay' Modern I'rimary. IirnwiriK Practical, No. II. Hi idititf Mi- Ivitft-y's Second. (Iraded Classics. Spelling. Writing Hook, X. II. Physical Culture. Vocal Music. TH1KP C.KAHF.. LantuaKe Lonp. Arithmetic Ray's Modern I'rimary. Iirawinjj-Practical, No. III. Geography -Oral Lessons. Heading -McUuiTey'ti Third. Spelling. Writing - Rational. No. III. Phynicul Culture. Vocal Music. FOl'KTH CKAC'E. Arithmetic-Itay'a Elementary. Phyniolofry-New Century Klementary. Lirawing- Pract...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 4 August 1905

11 VSi BET IT ? Your wife told you to brine borne a dollar bottle of pr.Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin If yoti forgot it, you woul'1 Letter tic a Airing on your finger to-morrow illumine and every time you look at it you will think of the m e d i- eine that cure Conytifitttiim, Skk llttiLuht, Irulieatton, .uul Tery form uf .SA m.ti h IrouUt-. H T HuU. of Sohlisnlllr ! I rlft "I fa II ml 4ult l f i ta fti t.ilun'arf lailinnfilaj fur itrrup Nim Mr i'r ita ira kruai'.ist ant rpnc i xi isu..a In bmmi Mtr as Wa iril a.i rilw efu4 Ww at Hsjaikar ii trarfii.UisBa frjilisl pi rstrlAas aa.t until rtl.lv 94 bii.'l in fuuf anvMl. liMll.4 la rr'u-l. t vjl aftrr Utln t'-lf mMiIiI r miB Kw mult tfesk ataalmi'lf I viiil you Una allralr .aanilrlMsl e4 ah! auralf Ussak tn4 thwi liit rVI rrn0 IWatrr tl4 Ikwnl I CM" Your jrugaljt hi fe or will gtt it fur you. We and fl.iMliei. Yaair h If II Oh'I WimIII Ta KPSII SYRUP CO., Montlcillo,lll. warmth, followed by a decided and general change to much cooler with al...

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. — 4 August 1905

I flPAI WFW? The Continued Story LULlL IlLlfJ of Current Events Blackford. J. li. Hanna in moving into W. I.. Slaton's property. Judge T. J. N'unri . of Frankfort, wan town T icwlay. Crnwcll-Nunn Company are treating their mill to a coat of paint. Waller MdJouell, traveling a man for the Clifford Hard'-van- Com ny as wi'li u.i Monday. Mr. Newt Stallion-, Wife and ,-.,. Ilixon, were plea-ant visitors to town Tue.-ilay. Hubert Oakley's ll'tle clnld dleil week and was taken to llepton fo ferment. last in- Crowe -Nunn Company are paying ' the highest market price lor c orn am wheat. II. M. Walker and familv of 1'im-v Xient Sunday in lilackfonl. Kd Vaughn and family have moved' to Weston. l!oh Itottler has bought the W. C. Vaughn saloon. C. K. Nunn made a business trip to Providence Tuesday. W. (.'. Hamilton made a husitiess trii Ut Henshaw Monday. Crowell-Nunn Company hav.i on hand . a few buggies which they w sell at a bargain for rash Attorney Tom Champion, of Marion, was in town Mond...

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