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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 August 1905

LITTLE RECORDS. " ard J. Morrill, Dentist. . "Jf. Nunn, dentist, at Stewart'a ierjneloni on ice at Sutherland'. ' ool book and achool supplies. Woods & Ohue. We nave lust received a big supply of the famous "Whitehall" Portland cement, the kind that is recommended for all kinds of permanent concrete D. Uaird was in Providence last work, Hina-Babb Lo. Richard J. Morris. Dentist. P. T, Maxwell was in Princeton Mon day. W. Sunday. Bruce Llsman. '" icoo Rochester spent Sunday at .liter I.ove nm-nt Sunday at Mary Cameron spent Sunday in .Wrson. V. H. Curk spent Sunduy atCeru f n Spring. Cao. Stewart of Madiaonvillo was in t -tt Monday. Vf. P. Perry of Blackford was In l.v Thursday. rUsn't forget the duck hats at Dcn- l :a and Ixive's. J. A. Stegar of Princeton was in t jo Wednesday We keep wutermelins in cold storage aU Uie time. Sl THl.lil.AM). luik'v J. F. (lorden of Maaisunville waa in town Friday. Bert Itateman of Lola was in town Thurmluy. A V) dollar buggy for f l" at lima IUbb...

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. — 25 August 1905

. V. i r 1 H I I) " v y THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. IXSSON IX, THIRD QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, AUG. 27. Vrxt of Ihr Lrsa.in. Jrr. ills III, I -IX Memory Vrnm, tiol.len Tril, Mall, v. Us omnsentarj- Prewired by Itrv, II. M. "ttriirns. Cor ri ht. I', by Amrriran 1'ri-s AssK-intion.J This lesson uiltflit ufHi 1'MpricIy W entitled the hatred of tlie rulers, or the weakness if (lie klni;. r tin dim pajisidll of Klail-Uieleeh, or, hetter still, the Lord's rare of His servant. Whou the Lord ut Jeremiah forth as 11m erviint lie said to lilui, "They shall fight against thee, hut they shall uot prevail against thee, for I uui with thee, saitli the Lord, to deliver tliee" (Jer. I, 1!H, and bolh of these Jeremiah proviil fully as the Lord's messenger. Two very prominent truths eouarniiiK tuau lu the S;-rlitiiris are, "The carnal nilud Is enmity uuii-t tioU" mid "The whole world lleth lu the wicked one" fflum, vtli, 7; I John v. Ill, Kev. .raj, These lire true of all poaidu and our i) TRAVELERS BEC...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 August 1905

i El! ft 'Wmh LAWYER IE TRAINED mourn 0 r, y The books of the Home Law School Series are do riirned especially tor voung men Never before has a complete education in one of the noblest and most practical of the sciences been brought within the reach of every younefmuri. Lincoln whh h Lawyer, Home Trained, who hail reat faith in the iwerH of the yount; man, and the fol lowing extract from one of his letter Hhows how he ured them to "push forward." "The jHHiHeHiiion and use of a net of books will not only enable hut xlimulate every young man to "push forward" ami bring out the bent that in in him, attaining a higher arid more honored ktation in life than he could hope to attain without them." The lawyer of to-day in the ri"ht hanil to every great business undertaking. In olilics and slatemiuiiiship the lawyer stand pre erniiMtit. He is credited with judgment and dim'retion, ami his advice rtroU in all iniortant matters. Kvery commercial enterprise of any lmjiortanre ban its salaried I...

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. — 25 August 1905

A ti c i b t! n h kl ail tlx Mr tlx nl (Ih wti nr. ro ! tt V "Ur the', ! Ill 4 .t ' I 1 1 1. .at w THE CASH STOtt We are back at the old stand. In a new house, which is full of Good Values. We con save vou money on anything you want to buy in Dry Goods, Furnishings, Notions, Hats, Shoes and Clothing ' BECAUSE WE SELL FOR CASH All the best calico, per yard 4 j.2c The best Apron Gingham per yard Good Cotton Sheeting, per yard 5c Cotton Batting, per roll 5c Hope Bleached Domestic, per yard 7 i-2c HAMBURG LACES A big lot of Hamburgs, 5 and 6 yards in a piece, to sell cheap for cash. TOWELS AND TABLE LINENS Our Towels and Table Damask can't be equaled. See our Towels. 20x36. Der Dair ir- Sec our Blenched Table Cloth 58 inches wide, per yari'.Zk TO CLOSE OUT ! One lot of 50c and 75c silk to close out at 25c per yard. One lot woolen dress poods to at half price. Come in and price our lace curtains. cheap for cash. close out They go CLOTHING ! CLOTHING! For men and boys. Now. if you want to...

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. — 1 September 1905

f fittotitoi The emffl. I,- K'CLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., SEPTEMBER 1, 1905 NUMBER 8 2 MT(1I)II ONV E N ON i.. Proceedings in Full are Given Below. :::ores speech accepting V.i Nomination, Saying "Private Am- bltlon Shalt be Sidetracked For the People." Ill CilTTtNDEN RECORD IKDOtfStD Zte Fourth Senatorial District Re publican delegate conventual met at the. court house in Marion Wednesday afternoon August 24. Chairman II. A. Haynea, of Critten AMI county, railed the convention to order, slated that the purpose of the maatinir was to nominate a randiilat fof the slate senate anil railed for tem porary organisation. County Jixlge Aaron Towery being nominated ly Walter A. Klarkliurn and the nomina tion lieing aeconded by County Attor ney Carl Henderson, waa chosen an Unorary seaker. In assuming the chair Judge Towery asserted that he ' wt a stalwart Republican and would always 1 found at the front battling foe hii party. County Chairman Frank 1'. Hamas, l( Caldwell county...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 1 September 1905

T (1 ill EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING BACHELLER IWHiM. lflcn. bv LOT H R OP Synopsis of Previous Chapters. 1 C'HAl'TKK I I am left an orphan at j nix and am saved from a dissolute unele by Kben Hidden, an old man who has : worked for my fathvr. I'nele Kb takes I me through the wilderness from Yer- j mont to seek a new home in New York I Stall-. J II. - Our adventures in the Woods, j I'nHc Kb srart's away a panther. i III. A woman presents a little wair on to me, to which Fred, our dog-, is , "(itched. A man tries to enter our amp in the woods. IV. -I'ncle Kl repulses the intruder. ! Ve stay in an old cahin and are warned urine; the n in lit to leave by its myste-1 1ous owner. I Til I meet Jed I'eary, a country poet I w ho takes a likihjr to me. i am almost I frozen to death and am saved by L'n-1 cle Kl.. I VIII - Hoe and I try to save our old i don from the butcher's hands, but are i'omn'llid by circumstances to leave him to starve. IX The mysterious 'niht man," a r.iH t irnal prowler of t...

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. — 1 September 1905

JEN HOLDEN Continued from page 2 1 cnxriKK xvm. IHR fnlkM of Furnwny lmv been carefully If rudely pic tured, luit tin1 IihiW of my OW II pcraoll allU'll I grew tn V . mature (if iiiiuiliootl I Imvc lift T illy to tin' liiiiigluiilliiii nf tlic rend ( ', 1 will Wilgcr In- knew loliK Mini ! 1 '.itt piumier of ii til tt I u ami liu ! niKuriil iin1 In tlie frii. iM.il nf mi I, I' ll lllil know even tlie n.l'il .if my lair (ml eyes from Inning I n mi loi.g Ui my coiupmiy. If h..i well, I H'.r.ll lllive til W rlli- llllll II letter. When t'lii'le V.U ii ml 1 li'k the trnlii f r New York tlmt aiiminor iluy In J t aome tlftecu ycnra after we mine i wa rarodlan roml wltli tlie og iiml V : SOU lllnl uirk huakcl, Iny lieml. .Mob III Unit fur tiny runic only to (lie Intitule of hi trouwr (HK-ket, lutd now CUUtitel all hirliee above liU own. That la all I run aiijr twro on Unit branch of my auhjoof. I waa leaving to trek my fortune In tlie Mg city . I'neje Kb waa off for a boll. Iny iiml to ( 11...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 1 September 1905

-i- '.' ':'vTv Annas? in ! THE BIG BANKRUPT SALE ! ".rrT -.7..' i m ' Th( ; i ; i' ; : i i 1 1 VILL CLOSE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 0n,V two more days in which to avail yourself of the opportunity to buy DRY GOODS CLOTHING Slims pit iM.iiMnNPwiw.J PRICES. If you have not attended this sale, ask some one who has and von will h. rnn,:, ' tR" at Mlth MWNLY 'SAV,No ,- ..... - .......... ... IIIUI i! p.-, U u Dollar Stretching Sale. have soldts Sae bUV " mUCh " S 5 T buys if spent elsewhere. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, WILL POSITIVELY BE THE LAST PAY The opportunity to buy your fall and Winter supply of Dry Goods, Clothina and Shoi s t ...... ur h DAYS LONGER. Will you improve the time? u,uoining ana Mioi.s at just about half price. Is yours for only TWO ore in c handle sidere On DUTTI Und c PERKINS & M'REYNOLDS, . . ... itf UINDITR THE PIG TENT. MAN ON KY s m m a a a v m a ISSUED WLEIY. 1 lnk' muth utt,'ntin t tlic present ' time. I V t I S4-V NOTRO JAS. E. CHITTENDEN C. H. WHITEHOUSE Editor...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 1 September 1905

i The time is olmost here when you will need Shoes and Clothing for the Fall and Winter. We are in a position to supply your wants with the Best Line of Clothing for Men and Boys that is handled in the county, and you who have dealt with us know that our prices are lower, quality con sidered, than you find elsewhere. Our line of shoes is unsurpassed. The W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES for men and boys, and the jDUTTENHOPFCR SHOES for women are known the world over for their durability, excellent styles !and easy wear. "Lion Brand" Shirts and Collars. They Look Well, Fit Well, Wear Well. NO TROUBLE to and SHOW GOODS A Pleasure to Please. Taylor & Cannan LITTLE RECORDS. 1 Richard J. Morriii, I .-ritmt . Watermelon n ice at Sutherland'. J. B. Ry -tit Sunday at Fredonia. Tthcx'l l.k and k'Ihk.I supplies. , WiMiim & Okm I' ll. II. Sayre in Sturgi Tuesday. J Pierre was in Rcpton TneUf. J. H Champion was in Weston Wed Sunday. ZJ. A St-gr. of Princeton. a Jhcre J. It Caampion'and if x iit Sut ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 1 September 1905

THE SU5DAYS1I00L.! nnu iimin LUU.i III VUUli MIRROR LESSON X, THIRD QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, SEPT. 1. Tex, fif the Lcaaon, II , hrmt. titvl, 1 1-21 Mnuorr Vrrul. 11.-2 14. old en Tut, Sum. mil, ski onniirn tar 1'reparc.l hy llcv. II. tl. aieari.a. tCcj vn,;ht, mi, by Ai.-un. oj, IT a,..-,411. n.J AftiT tit.- d'-.'ltll uf J.1M.1I1, It).- lust good km;; of Jiiilali. 1 1 1 - twenty t-xo years that remained to tln-m er- tin loin; threaten.-.! Ju.lfc-iiii-iit f.-.'l w.-iv till ed by tin- f-.ll-.u lli kilo;- ,.-huah:tx or Wialluin, thru- I;,.. Mils; I ll:;ik . ixj or Je hniakiii,, i-li-M ii your; .! -uni ih ir J liciiai liim, Uins- nuiiitlm, alil Mutlunlah or Zi-'li-kialj, i-le -ti years iver-es 1 11 ainl II Kini; xxi;i, 11, Init all, wllli out i' l-iilioii. (lul i-Ul In tin- si.'lu ,,f tin- I.11PI uiid Imialiliil iiot thi-iiiKi-lVi-.s when tin- Iinl M-nt ii,esseiu;i-ix tn re prove tlii-m iiml win tlii-in buck to Him atlf. How i.ltaul ur- the word of the, Lord tiy HI acrvaiiU to HI...

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. — 1 September 1905

z 'I f Changes Promised Autumn Sleeves. In i IFF IS INDISl'KNS.Ull.K. I aI lJr Knr Kvrnlna" Wrap. ..fcnhlft Klaiinera un I'rllleoata r Kvrnlna Wnr-Tbt Kail Dklrl . U 'not iifti'ii Hint ao vlulMit a e 1iil.cn iiIik-o III Hlii-vi-a II th I of llit Uiiiiui'til liullr-iitn. A . Tear' wiilut U entirely out of utV'H XdiimtliliiK U done to brlnil r,vo up tn iliitc. I'lmt of all it X t iKjulilvi-ly in-cMHwitr)'. but It t M n tliln one. At ttm top of tin- tin-re intuit Ih' aoim-thlng In tli vury i-ffoetlvo when wuru with alifer white lltiKrle liloimm. The IiIouim) wnlnt llltiatruted la of while china Bilk. Hie front fullne I c11hhhI In itnuluiiti'il nun rayed tuckn ciiverud with motif of KiikIMi imp- broidery. Tin- tllnw nIm'Von nro dotted with the motif. FASHION NOVELTIES. AlllollK llll' IIOVI'ltiM of till' dl'IIMOn lire Kolil I'olliir bnlilrm Willi Jewel lit I'llher eml that lire wnrriiutcd to keep upright I lie tlilnm-Ht Iw'e eollur. They :i':piiilliiiil!:V 1:: ititfiV 1 IID OOW. i" js i....

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. — 1 September 1905

m s 1 X' r THE CASH STORE We are back at the old stand. In a new house, which is full of Good Values. Wc can save you money on anything you want to buy in Dry Goods, Furnishings, Notions, Hats, Shoes and ME 2. v,is I I III IAJ OF BECAUSE WE SELL FOR CASHH DRESS GOODS I 7 i i All the best calico, per yard 4 l-2c The best Apron Gingham per yard . .5c- Good Cotton Sheeting, per yard 5o Cotton Batting, per roll 5c Hope Bleached Domestic, per yard 7 l-2c HAMBURG LACES A big lot of Hamburgs, 5 and 6 yards in a piece, to sell cheap for cash, TOWELS AND TABLE LINENS Our Towels and Table Damask can't be equaled. See our Towels, 20x3;. per pair 15c See our Bleached Table Cloth 53 inches wide, per yard.. 23c One lot One lot Come in TO CLOSE OUT ! of 50c and 75c silk to at 2'x per yard, woolen dress goods to at half price, and price our lace curtains, cheap for cash. close out close out They go CLOTHING! CLOTHING! For men and boys. Now, if you want to buy suit of clothes or a pair of panu you c...

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. — 8 September 1905

T 0 ,1F. 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., SEPTEMBER 8, 1905 NUMBER 9 ILDli III MARION '.. it hlii Six Months From i the Fire WILL BE RESTORED CMos That Fulluned the fire ;ai Soon Give Way to the ? Kew Ton. i .2 J MW STORE BlllDIMi I 'met'. Walker in building a resi - in the Itliu kburn-Wcldon sub t near ihe Iirnkill properly. It ;,! contain four r'nn and hall n. si'll vtry iri'tty residence. j -I SI. V. hi-) ihr James & Jam.-s pew olfa i.j,U,ii, the second Amir of which will i is-rlpied l.y th II iii Telephone i.'o , ii Completed, work will legin lh hardware store lulu- .s-rumsl by G.lir A- Pickens, an.l the Jenkins '! building .(HI. Ground was broken thin Week for ihe two lirlrk .iumess house whirl) J. A. f ' it I preparing to lujikl on hi lot i!v ining the Cishran 1 IVkrtia new hardwire store This is g'ssl es" t With the lust of the wwk the con crete wall of TllK Kkcoud building will I) to thi' toK of the second Htory window. For the firt floor which will he concrete, the ci...

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. — 8 September 1905

! Bttri EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING BACHELLER llii Copyright, 1000, by Synopsis of Previous Chapters. CHAI'TEK I I am Jt ft an orphan at six and am saved from a dissolute uncle liy Eben Holden, an old man who has worked for my father. I'ncle Kli takes me through the wilderness from Ver mont to seek a new home in New York State. II. -Our adventures in the woods. I'ncle Kb scares away a panther. 111. A woman presents a little wag- , r v v- r to which .red, our dog, is on lo me, t "itched. A man tries to enter our amp in the woods. IV. - I'ncle Eb repulses the intruder. Ve stay in an old cabin and are warned nnng the flight to leave by its myste ious owner. 'II I meet Jed Peary, a country poet who takes a liking to me. I am almost frozen to death and am saved by I'n cle L'b. VIII- Hotm . -mil I trv to .jiien mir ..l.l dog from the butcher's hamls, but are compelled by circumstances to leave him to starve. IX The mysterious "night man." a nocturnal prowler of the countryside, is bugalioo to t...

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. — 8 September 1905

JEN HOLDEN t Continued from pKe 1 r niiw, hut Mm. KWIor'i man i foti'iuiawi'retl unjr up-H-iil, unil , hjj N'ner. fiiituiK mi cuuurvu own, ah limt hhhiiiiiihI it Hon Oi tiirlilp nviT 1 ! tlmt wii cvl itjai prontiiiiy wiih wny me ki" ami I In luv iii unil In write to J Of "III. A tril'tp of IliyHterleH flenr to tiic Hint morning, irti tiiiiny y,l(n urnl fiit-or nln I '. my aweetheurt hi u Hurt of $ iU ami ttnulil iiinl.e u iiuirrliiKi' ?t ! rottu tIhmihIih; If piKllile. there nnythlnir .nut iwiuM ll,i t ,-uliirly for your hrenkiiiHt?" Mr. i . r UnMlri'il. J ".J.ilo't no ) MTtir'liir," wiM fn ittf F.Il, "I cin'riilly rut hiirkwlient Jmhi nlll't nil' I i it lf miKiir Willi a Kinxl ati-uinf mil o' leu " ' M l ull' r li ft tin' imitii n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . .' I'i!iUi i Imt I'll K nit I' tin- t.nru u rti'ui't mi' t n k a link ut Hi" Ikwi',h tlu'l:il'l "leu she lilliie Iimi U. i i iu m line i ii run' ii way. Mie rf IY.!. li .U-:: ' "(.mp' t i I ti iiiii j ! ilruv in out , rnllj III- nielil...

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. — 8 September 1905

Cbt Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEXY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN C. H. WHITEHOUSE Editors and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enter..! ait sts-onil-class mutter July 15, Hal., at the poNtotrtre at Marion. Ky., uml.-r Act of Con (Tress of Murrh 3. IsTy. FRIDAY, SEPT. 8. 1905. REPUBLICAN TICKET. KUR STATU SKNATOK KOIIKKTI.. .MOORK KdR J.TATK Ki:ri!KSKTATH H M. H. CLARK MiR COlMY Jl'lMJK WAI.TKl: A. MI.AC KI.l RN H.R ColNTY ATToKMOY CAUL HENDERSON full Col'MY CLERK C. E. WKLHoN th SHKRIKF L F. KLANAIiV Kt'K JAII.nK ALHEKT II. TRAVIS KoR assessor J. ANTHONY DAVIDSON For si rveyoi: JAS. E. Sl LLENtiKK FOR Coroner CHARLES WALKER FMt SCHOOL MTF.KINTKMiKNT JOHN H. PARIS The Record press work done on its machine this week. This to us is prima facia evidence, leading politicians hav ing funds invested in the Tress, to say nothing of the fact that our bill for j last week was eleven dollars and twenty-five cents, and, by the way, it may be interesting to our readers to know that while we ...

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. — 8 September 1905

0 THINK ABOUT T The time is almost here when you will need Shoes and Clothing for the Pall and Winter. We ... . i ...:i.u u Roct I ne sf Tlrkthini fnr Mpn and Rows that IS vo in nnsitinn tn sunnhi wnnr wants with the Best Line of .Clothing for Men and Boys that is handled in the county, and you who have dealt with us know that our prices are lower, quality con 5 sidered, than you find elsewhere. n,,r lino nf hn i iinsnrnncspfi. The W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES for men and boys, and the DUTTENHOPPER SHOES for women are known the world over for their durability, excellent styles his and easy wear. "Lion Brand" Shirts and Collars. They Look Well, Fit Well, Wear Well. N0TR,TLE A Pleasure to Please, j Taylor & Cannan SHOW GOODS 111 11 v - UTTLE RECORDS. Kit hard J. Mrri. Ieiitnt. The Itrownie Watermelon (in ire at Sutherland'. School b""ki ami M-hmil Wooim & Ohmk. Try the Wh.aliroft coal Sol Till MAM". itiK the history of tin- Itrownie viiiit to Marion. The;1 are mminK oon Ituhard J. Miir...

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. — 8 September 1905

! i I! THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. LESSON XI, THIRD QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, SEPT. 10. Teal of Hie l.eaaon, Kark. tit II. 1-12. Memory craps, .'l-R Uol.lcn Teal, llrv. nil, 17 omiiirntiirr Pre pared li) r. II. H. Stearns. ( .lOnylit. in j, by Aimi-tcaii Viv Ascot util. We have ill this Icsmiii Uir rcrord of u river ol' living waier issuing forth from (lie temple iif Jerusalem nail llmvliig eastward to tin- I M ail Hen, liriiiKiiiK lift' ami lieallli ayvcryw here, llll either Mile of tile river lire seen trees Of unfailing foliage, fruit liearing, the fruit lielng for meat ami the leaf fur iinilii-iiie, or, as in Sie margin, for lil'llNes ami sores. Ueferring to the Hiime time to wlileli K.ekiel refers, tlie Spirit says in Joel iii, 17, Is, "So shall e know that 1 am the Lord jour liial, dwelling in .ion, my holy inoiiiitaiu, and u folinlaiu sliall inmc forth of the leni-e of the lrd Hllil shall wa ter the valley of ShlUlln." Ag iill III Ze.ll. Ml, He says. "Anil It shall lie in that ....

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. — 8 September 1905

IT V I' line. Tlif fronu are nuMied wltl mltiliiil liamlH, mid thr iiurt BPHnm ttint extend to (lit Hliiiiiitlt'm nrf In Kerted with plaid Milk. iiikI tin- mate rlnl nil out In HntllopH and t rtimiifil wllli ImttiiiiH fmiilr-lii . a dainty net tltlK. Tin (lltkey mid lie lire of the Hiii.it .'-.Ik. STOCKINGS AND TIES. II. :n I ciiilinilili'iv I atoekliiKs lire tin fad iif tln nnmii'iit lllark nl!k hoe mv emlirnlileriil in ilntH or ltli Kinall leaves mill nil hI Ik rimed vorketl In City Lots ar-d Residences. Have you seen the desirable building lots in Clark's Addition to the city of Marion, Ky., and the residences therein that are now being offered for sale by W. H. Clark ? If you have not it will certainly be to your interest to do so before purchasing real estate elsewhere. These lots and residences are in East Marion and within corporate limits of the city of Marion. They are of easy access, well located and command a splendid view of the city. They front on the principal streets ...

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

THE CASH STORE We are money on Clothing All the best calico, per yard 4 i-2e The best Apron Gingham per yard 5c Good Cotton Sheetinpr, per yard 5c Cotton Batting, per roll... 5c Hope Bleached Domestic, per yard. 7 l-2c HAMBURG LACES A big lot of Hamburg. 5 and 6 yards in a piece, to sell cheap for cash. TOWELS AND TABLE LINENS Our Towels and Table Damask can't be equaled. See our Towels, 20.3f), ier pair 15c See our Bleached Table Cloth 58 inches wide, per yard. Zk YOURS FOR BARGAINS, 1 , .1 " " LOCAL NEWS Rosebud. We enjoyed a fine rain last week. Miss Indy I.ynn in very low with ty hoid. .Vise Ella TaN r is able to be out again after a severe illness. Mis Annie Ainsworth attended the camp meeting lust Sunilay. Wes Ham ha moved a saw mill on the old Tom Wright farm. J. W. Ainsworth expert to start to Colorado s.m to visit his niece. Mrs. India Hcttis is on the sick list this week. She is eighty-four year old. I. W. Ainsworth and wife went to Marion Sunday to visit their (Kin Julian...

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