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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 August 1905

tn 3EtasftL frQ-rv-ir-i VOLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., AUGUST 11, 1905 NUMBER 5 TJie HIE DEEPER MINING ERA For The District Is Longer In Doubt Not THE DEEP INVESTIGATION OF Our True fissure Veins Reveals A Purer And Better Grade Ore Product THE HAD AD ZINC MHhLT A new company was "nainvl Tues day ill 'nt (ti.Ii-n Spru-gs l.j Mr i;.s.. M M-.rri. u l"i HU-.1 ii. .in u:i. .- j i t . I -i. . . 11 .. i.. .... VI. l.i... v U i mm, J ! i - -r: r of ritt.-i ..it 'i .-pi u ,gs Hotel. um.1 others. TV t'k will be Il'i,i, shales ml Val.ie, ami the purpose i.f the ,.r:r i..ii .l ti develop mineral lun L ill Dim "inly. j The company w ill probably ! inror rtrl under ti c law of Arizona The list of uirortiorator. so far u leer- laincd. arc: A. I'mii, John W. WiUm W. T. Terry. Ctsorge M M,,rri. F K. l;.U rt."n and T. A. Conway. Th more favorable working conditions in tin- future, rnii .i'ijiirnt ui(in p'Mir ilt'Vfl e j tin-t 1 1 Work. li. K. Cooper, of llupl.insville, presi- ili-nt of th...

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. — 11 August 1905

1 11 V .i , tit' f 1 rrrti kA4.J.t4-M"4 iiii:;........ HsSMssm EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING BACHELLER Copynjht. 1900. by LOTHROP Pl'BLIiHINC COMPANY ; iiot.t. Synopsis of Previous Chapters. CIIAI'TK!'. 1 I am l.-fi an orphan at six ami am saved t'nmi a'hssolute utu li hy Kti'Ti llolden. an 1 i man win, lias Worked for my lather. I'tu-le Kh takes m through tin- wilderness frotn Ver mont to seek a ih-.v home in Now York State. II. - Our adventures in the w Is. I'nclc K!p scares away a panther. III. A woman presents a little wair nn to mo, to w Inert Fred, our d.'ir, is 'itchod. A man trie to enter our :imp in the woods. IV. - I'nc-le Kh repulses the intruder. 'e Htav in an id i taluii and are warned luring the niht to leave hy its myste ions owner. II I meet Jed 1'eary. a country poet who takes a liking to me. I am almo-t frov.cti to death and am saved ly 1! licit- Eh. VIII - Iloeand I try to save our old dot; from the huti.lier's hands, hut are eomielltil !y eircumstanies to leave him to st...

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. — 11 August 1905

- T - - . . . -aaT II z- 111 i Trr- 'mj'.-c 2 SSom II 1h lega were croBaed and one elbow thrown careleaely over the back of bit chair. We all eat looking at. him auxlouNly. lu a moment In began chewing liunl on hla Quid of tubmen. Undo Lib pnalied the euapltliir a bit nearer. Tlie doctor eilectoriiteil free ly mill rcMiiiui'il IiIm attitude of reilee linn. Tin' cluck tlekul loudly; thn pa tll'llt hIkIhiU our iinxh't.v lll'TI'IIHll. I'lii'li' Kb Hmkr to father In a low toni', whereupon tin iliftyr turnr.1 ami enly. wlih u llltlo grunt of ln.Ulr . ami, aeeliig In wh lint aibln-Hrtcil. Hunk ngnlu Into thoughtful rciiiwi'. 1 bail ..nun In fen l' the wontl wbi'll MKlclelily tin- hand of tliu doctor awcpl llu buhl H'llk "f helll'VlllelH'l' lit till' tlll lf III' Itl'llll. TIk-H U Ktlllll' begllll hi Hprcild OVIT lltaMlHV It WIW 111 If HlllllC fell til- w of thought hud begun to tickle lit in. Ill n inuiiii'iit IiIm head nui maiding will) laughter that brought u grout acliNi' of rcbef to a...

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. — 11 August 1905

Cbt Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. 3 AS. E. CHITTENDEN C. H. WHITEHOUSE Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enterwi aw-onil-class mstter July l., 1SD4, t the instnllirr at Mnrn.n. K), unilir Act of l-on- irrvn of March .1. 17. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1905. REPUBLICAN TICKET. KOR I'olNTY JIW.E 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. SUI.LENGER FOR CORONER CHARLES WALKER FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT JOHN B. PARIS Our Motto: For the Good of the Community. Our Policy: Reliable, Con servative, Efficient. You like The Record ! ! Your friends would per haps also enjoy its bright, crispy news articles, inter esting serials, valuable ad vertising offers 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 effort will be ap...

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. — 11 August 1905

THE PRICE' HELPS US TO MOVE And if You Want Some of These Bargains They Are Here For you m I SLIPPERS $2.50 tan Oxford for 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.25 MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS AND OXPORDS IN SAME PROPORTION. NO TROUBLE to -j SHOW GOODS I LITTLE RECORDS. 1 !'. W. Nunn, dentist. Sam Ctigrnheim spent Wednesday in lrm. !U L (.u.-s, f Tolu. wa in ihf city Monday, F. W. Nunn. dentist, at Stewart' gallery. (etrgr William was in I'.lackfunl- Tuesday. W. L. Funkhi.ucr, of Ti-lu. was in low UtenUy. Mr. uii Mr. Tunkm were in Wheat rroft Sunday. J Mini Maliel Mmni-r visited at Nunn I Switch Muclav. J. IV. Tesnpleman, of Princeton, a in town Mmiky. For graphoph and records apply to Emrortt Koltinsly. J. W. 1'ntchctt. of Nunn' Switch, wa in town Satunlay. Ilt-nry HiUii anil wife, of CnuVr. ore in town Satunlay. The )i't l-argaiti in huggie at Hina t.Y Cejvny. Call on Wcx'tn A Oanr fi.r sihis.l lk alul School supplies. A fall line of lii k hat at Ivnman A l-ove's. ( all anil e them. Ihtiry Wil.n an...

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. — 11 August 1905

NOTICE THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. TO THE TAXPAYERS OP CRITTEN DEN COUNTY: I, or one of my deputies, will be at Prances, Dycusburg precinct, Wed nesday, August 23. Levias, Union precinct, Thursday, August 24. Sheridan, Hurricane precinct, Fri day, August 25. Iron Hill, Piney precinct, Tuesday, August 29. Bakers, Bells Mines precinct, Wed nesday, August 30. Weston, Ford's Ferry precinct, Thursday, August 31. All who desire to avail themselves of this opportunity to pay their taxes without coming to town, will meet us at these places on these dates. At the office at Marion at all reasonable hours. Yours truly, JAS.W. LAMB, S. C. C CVruimrr' inun nnnir i CAUIMUC IUUK DUUI3! Haynes & Taylor's Drugstore is the appointed place to Exchange Old for New Books. The law requires that the new Iiwks shall be used in all Public Schools. This store carries the Largest Stock of g BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES J? 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 In Crittenden county, and you can do no better than to go to them for everythinjr ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 August 1905

1 r "A of ('I U ofT. ;ik y'".j X rvir,. I'll 1 o n e y 1 1 Beef Raising A I WlaoojaUn fwxlur, writing In lT"i Gaaettc, Hi: "There acre Mn-n heed In Uio lot of itwi which . Jrkutud rruontljr In Cliloajro, They jr iu hill funl four mouth. I r fern! nuy emtio rict-jit wbnt I it myself. ninl I wmit un hrctl enhonia of the best l;f strain. "The avsjrrtge age of tliea ateer rat two unit one Imlf ami tlm wn(g hrvfolit 1,3',' I M)tiniU. method of raining ti ml fs1liig Ii n UK the cnHin run with the ron four irmntjie nml ti-aeh them (the Jv) to rnt grain lor.i I wean m. I tm-i tli pretty wuTi during A vlnl.a ,. It t - jA Mim'-i niiu K'lo-I n II y linTfl Iinnil a. thinrml wihmi one year ulfl. I lunn failing tiu lot of rnrtlii r rrsVrn roni In November, mi l w1ien 1 t nt thrm on full fail I (rnvr them F imM oorn, which I lref.r In Xxl. because the ciittlu run . l ew It far li'Ln (B CHEAT STUFFS Honest, now, T'1 knew you v would like it fkj and now wc I bottle in the house ' I I and when you go...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 August 1905

. -- I flPAl iMFUIX The Continued Story LlVsilL llLllJ of Current Events Modern Concrete Stone Structures. I i Camville. Ted Hunter and Miss Florence Cain were married by Roy. J. O. Smithston at his residence last Wednesday. Thomas J. Faulkner, of Good Hope, was here Sunday. Miss Florence Sennur and mother, of Joy, were in town last week. Arthur Hawkins and wife, of Dulov's RiulT, visited F. M. lioyd and family Sunday. We saw I'rof. R. F. Rabh and wife, of Salem, and James Rryan, of Lola, on our streets last Fridav. Miss Fannie Ruttcr visited her brothers, Harry and Jesse, of Hardin, for the last Week. Ross Ruttcr is at home again. Vancy Rice, of Lola, was here Sat urday. We were more than sorry to hear of the death of Mr. McAmis, of Tolu. Mrs. Nona Davis and Aunt Lucy Hodge are going to Dawson this week. Will Coram and family visited Mrs. Hardin Sunday. Thomas Markey, of Bayou, was here last Friday. James Raid), Mrs. Nancy Dixon anil Opal Wright are on the sick list. I'rof, C. C. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 August 1905

1 - " tfnt to fitteMen Itemra Volume 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., AUGUST 18, 1905 NUMBER; 6 HE FARMERS ORGANIZE CLUB n Monday Afternoon at the ! Court House. IFTY CHARTER MEMBERS Assistant Commissioner R. C. Crcn shaw Made an Address and Helped lu Organize. MEETS HKST MONDAY IN EACH MONTH Monday afternoon at 1 'M o'clock thr Crittenden county farmrr met t the court hoime and orgnul a farmer club with fifty charter member. Thi tryanuation of such a rluli in the roun ty had lieen agitated for some time the stair departmrit joining in thr movement, it wa Kn irt on fo't w ith the mutt of thr effected organuation MoixUy. Mr. K. C. I rennhaw, annuitant com misnioner of agriculture of Kentucky wa here la effect thr organuation He made a very intcresUng speech tn the farmrr in which he explained tha there waa aa much art in farming a k any other vocation, ami that farmer ahoukl study to make the let profit out of thr smallest amount of land and UW. II adviaed thr enriching of run low ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 August 1905

I 1 is h : f : ! " th '"..- n fa U th Alt tl I- E 30 Si ivas a LAWYER VYHpyE TRAINED The IkxjIvs of the Home Law School Series are de signed especially lor ynung men .Never before has a complete education in one of the mildest ami most practical of the sciences Peen brought within the unir man. Lincoln was a lamed, who had gnat faith In- . ji 'r man. and the fo!- I let'.t r shows "push forw ai'd. " i.l e ITV r. II. Mile l'o I'V- extract from ! urged them ti e "v-ev-i..n and Use nf a si t o.' Ibh.k., .' e:i;d.le 111,! stnn'.date e erv '. otllig "pii.-li forward" and I. ring nut the he.-! that is m hin., a!!,iiiiitiL' a higher and nin re I;. m. .red stall. .11 in iil'e than he could hope to attain without then." The I.i.wjer nf tn-daj is the right hand to mn iriv.it hu.-ine.ss undertaking. I:i )H,lit ii . and ta!eMt;:ii.hip the Lawyer stands pre eminent. He is ci'editeil with judgment and di-cretinii, and his advice controls if. all important matter,. Kvery commercial enterprise of an...

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. — 18 August 1905

f in I I LIE. remits, HE SUNDAJ SCHOOL. i l $SON VIII, THIRD QUARTER, INTER-, i NATIONAL SERIES, AUG. 20. I '. ft ul Ihr l.raaoa, Jrr. liivl, Itl-.'IX trmnr) rrir, n-Mnldrn 1t, tr. Ill It 111 I iiiiniieiitMrr l'rrarril Ili-t . I. M. Slearna. I''MlKliI, 1 t Atnrrltlll I'fiM Awi'l'laHon V IlilM- lllld tWO ll-HNIIIIH till tilt' lift t-f " K "l W I if. lllll' who lil'lll'Ved liml in I IrcinMiil lit IIIh word mill sought V0y i-iinn-stly to lend the pt'opU to ktVuv iiml trust ini'l kith' 1 1 int. Nmi wir I i.i vi- In furi' im a mm uf Unit naine kfcig. sitting uii tin' xiiiiii' throne, the (Drum' uf the Lord il riirmi. . 4 the laird's representative, but lit has no respect for iiml nr fur Hi word. Uic li'ii tiling, tin- kingdom f Israel, bad Ui ii i arrltsl Into ciiiith lty Imi-iiiii.o of tliili' persistent ri'lM'llli.ii iiKiiluxt fjial, mill now tin- two trlltes, (In- king dtiiu of Juiliili, were nciirllif tin- I'lid uf 0"l' patU-ui-e with tlinu. In l-i tfcnii twenty years from tin- tin t...

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. — 18 August 1905

f ' the Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN C. H. WH1TEHOUSE Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. EnUTcsl a swonii -class matter July U, W, it the poalotlicf at Msrmii, Ky., under Act of Con vreiMi of Murrh 3, IN7M. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1905. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR COl'NTY Jt'DliE WALTER A. BLACKBURN FOR COl'NTY ATTORNEY CARL HENDERSON FOR COl'NTY CLERK C. E. WELDON FOR SHERIFF J. F. FLA NARY FOR JAILOR ALBERT H. TRAVIS FOR ASSESSOR J. ANTHONY DAVIDSON FOR SI'RVFYOR JAS. E. SULLENCEK FOR CORONER CHARLES WALKER FOR SCHOOL SITERISTESKENT JOHN B. PARIS Our Motto: For the Good of the Community. Our Policy: Reliable, Con servative. Efficient. You like The Record ! ! Your friends would per haps also enjoy its bright, crispy news articles, inter esting serials, valuable ad vertising offers and other features. Something for every mem ber of the family is always furnished each week. Your neinhlxir may be come interested by just a word from you. Your effort ...

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. — 18 August 1905

a . s i n tr r ff wwii 17 nn n n n n i uy too wduu Lisireoii i i And Look at Our Ready Made Suits for Men and Boys ! And our Line of Slippers and Oxfords for Men Women and Children you will HEAR some the Lowest Prices and SEE some of the greatest Bargains that have ever been placed before you. Ifd. 5 m it i New line of School Shoes just received. New Line of Hats and C 2 No composition soles or cut off vamps. But the kind that looks well, wears well. COMPLETE LINE OF W. L DOUGLAS SHOES. : j u ; jj S nd A Pleasure to Please! Taylor & Cannan m'm I r UTTLE RECORDS. t.lcjiard J. Morris. Iei ti.l. Y. W. Nunn. l-niit. at Stewart's Vim Willi Carina ia visiting 'in I'.TM M.O.nnell w in Smithland XT,'A l'x and family ''- here i'...n4y. J.T. Read, of Kuttawa. waa here I" lo. (i C IVrc. f St. I'ui. i viaiting ii the rity. CfKin Frrvicea at Hi C. I". Church rrxl Rmd; evening rWr jrrt.tiriibaswa and record apply i tmmell Kwllu-l). The l-t bargains in buggies at H.r.a J" Jb fimfT ' Un uri Huo...

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. — 18 August 1905

EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING BACHELLER Copyrisht. 1900. by LOT1IR0P PUBLISHING wU Synopsis of Previous Chapters, CHAFTKl: I 1 am left an ..rj.h:n at six an. I am .-aved from ailisolute uncle 1 ''"''i I C I i -ri . an "M man who has worked f..r my father. I'm li- Kl. takes me through the wilderness from Ver mont tii .n-ek a new homo in New York State. j II. -Our adventures in the woods. I'ncle Eh scare uway h panther. i III. A woman presents a little wag on to me, to which Fred, our tlnjj, is 'itched. A man tries to enter ouri mp in the woxk i IV. -L'nelo Eh ropulsen the intruder, j He stay in an oi cabin and are warned luring the nijrht to leave by its mvste-1 finus owner. I ill I meet Jed Peary, a oountry poet ! wno iaKes a iiKing to me. l am almost frozen to death and am saved hv I'n cle Eh. VIII-Hope and I try to save our old ilog from the butcher's hands, but are compiled by circumstances to leave him to starve. IX The mysterious "night man," a nocturnal prowler of the countryside, is ...

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. — 18 August 1905

I J 'I I ?! J 7 i r I --GREAT : i SALE ! 5 5 s 3 5 In the Big Tent ! Opposite New Marion Hotel, Morion, Kentucky. WHO ARE WE?: sis' s You Cannot Afford to Miss this Opportunity to Save Money. $ Our story is short and to the point. For the past few months our eyes have been on Marion as a coming business center. It was our idea to establish a first-class Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe store here about October 1as we were unable to get a house before that time but by a lucky chance we bought a large Bankrupt stock and decided to come to Marion, put up a tent and close out this Bankrupt Stock in the shortest possible time. This stock is all clean, up-to-date, seasonable Merchandise and the only thing that looks bankrupt about it are the prices, which, in many cases, are not one-quarter of its actual value. But we bought it cheap and we are going to sell it cheaper than you ever im agined it would be possible for you to buy. Come every day. Be sure to come the first day, Saturday, August ...

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. — 18 August 1905

.....,,-, - - ---s. LOCAL NEWS The Continued Story of Current Events Lola. T. N. Johnson and family are visit ing relatives and friends near Black ford this week. Leonard Champion has purchased T. N Johnson's stock of nun-cries of Fisher & Johnson. It is now Fisher & Champion. J. F. Williams' has returned from liallard county, ho reports a nice trip. W. K. Fianary is still very low. Several of our people attended the Hampton camp meeting last Sunday. Another line rain Monday morning I A few more rains and we will make I plentv of corn. We see in the HkciikI' that the Re-1 liublicans of Crittenden and Livingston . i . . i ,hl (.has. ro .v,. . . t ..-I ...;.. im.T." I ''arn "iJ m"d route. i.m m. jrui "'.-.c ii r,,rii-v 1111 vaiiMiuuke for representative. We urge all Republicans to uttend and put out one good man for our standard hearer. R. S. ami W. F. I'aris are negotiat ing with parties to sell their patent right of the concrete post they were recently granted a patent on. T...

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. — 25 August 1905

fittEEdEH eraftl OLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., AUGUST 25, 1905 NUMBER 7 biE 3B t 1EP0RT OF THE ORE MARKET ;on of C. S. Knight Hurt In St. Louis. Ri'V. Hoard, who accompanied them from Caldwell county, they were murri- d in Kay Bros, store. Mr. Hay amwrts thut he intends making a "Gretna Green" of the I'aluc uml will have a wedding once a week. Any one considering such matters iieriouHly should put in their application at once, to Messrs. Ray Bros, who will tte found accomodating. ::0TES OF THE MILUNERS Hie fall Season Bids Fair to Be an : l Actlre One For the KI1U nery Trade. TBE WOII OF CIPIDS DAITS : Joplin, Mo., August 20. -As waa pre- dkted early In th week, th pnr of jnc ore went down, and the highest nrie recieved wai 57. per ton. Only ft few him wrre sold early, and at the nd of the week the price hail gone 4wn to IW. nl V2- P '" old for I), per ton, and few choice din brought a high I'd' lr ton. 1 , C. 8, Knight, of Ft. Wayne. whi has been staying in Marion for so...

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. — 25 August 1905

Ii- t 1 EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING BACHELLER Copyrllht. 1900, by IOTHROP PUBLISHING COMPANY i.4..r.r-H i 1 Synopsis of Previous Chapters. CHAI'TKK I I am li ft an orphan at. ' six and am saved from ailissolute uncle hy Khen liulden. an old man who ha worked for my father. I'nele Kh takes ; me through the wilderness from Ver- j mont to seek a new home in New York , State. II. -Our adventures in the woods. I I'nele Kb seares away a panther. j III. A woman presents a little wat-, on to me, to which Kred, our dutf, is I ' litched. A man tries to enter our j ump in the woods. IV. -l'nc-le Kb repulses the intruder. Ve stay in an old cabin and are warned , lurinjr the nipht to leave by its myste ious owner. 'II I meet Jel IVary, a country pud who takes a likinc to me. 1 am almost I frozen to death ami am saved by L'n-! cle Kb. j VIII - Hope and I try to save our old dm; from the butcher s haiuls, but are compiled by circumstances to leave him to starve. IX The mysterious "night man," a nocturna...

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. — 25 August 1905

1 , I Walk in the Big Tent Mty vrel, U I m Come in the Big Tent And See Our Line of Woolen Dress Goods. It will pay every lady to ottend this Sole for this one item clone. Recmember Poll is not far off, when you will wont Woolen Dress Goods, and why not buy them now, when you can get a nice Dress Pattern for Just abou hof of what you would have to pay a little later on. Look in the Big Tent. And sec our line of hosiery, and you will be thoroughly convinced that you can not afford to DARN THE OLD SOX When you can buy ncv hose so cheap dur ing this Bankrupt Sale. I.Ai fat Mack sramlww hose, double hot1 1 and toe. Ms Iiili's drop Htitch Muck and tan, shajied ankle, double htt l and tot- 12 1-2 Men's fancy embroidered hose 12 1.2 Men' Mark, tan and jrray hose.. (W JUST A WORD As this is on extraordinary Sole. We ad vise all who can to to come early and there by have choke of the best articles. We do not limit quantities. Buy as much as you please. The more you buy the more you save. Tim...

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. — 25 August 1905

Cbc Crittenden Kecord. ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN Editor, and C H. WHITEHOUSE J Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered sa aecontt-clasa matter July 15, 1904. t the pontnffice at Marion, Ky., under Act of Con grwa of March 3, 19. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1905. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR COUNTY JUDGE 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. SULI.ENGER FOR CORONER CHARLES WALKER FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT JOHN B. PARIS Our Motto: For the Good of the Community. Our Folicy: Reliable, Con servative, Efficient. You like The Record ! ! Your friends would per haps also enjoy its bright, crispy news articles, inter esting serials, valuable ad vertising oilers and other features. Something for every mem ber of the family is always furnished each week. Your neighbor mav be come interested by j'ust a word from you. Your effort will be ap...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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