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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 September 1907

& I ttf r i . i' i ' 1 1 y !' '.J V I I My S73i 11 Jfijyr fix "A 7 Vv. u S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered at matter Jnae :Sth. 1873. at the postoSice at Marion. Ky.. nader tbe Act ol Congress ol March jrd, iSri TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STX1CTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. Sincle copies mailed os t month mailed to any address.... M t months .. .is a ' ' $ months ...... .50 " " " I year I.oo " " " (years s.oo TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IT MOT FMO CASH IS ABVAKCE, Single copies mailed os I month mailed to any address 15 " " " 5 months 75 1 year i.jo THURSDAY, SKPT. 12, 1907. Men who are buying mines, or investing for others, arc very often confronted with what has come to be termed "shot gun" propositions. 11 liiis is meant propositions which .are literally thrown at prospective buyer wi'.hin a very short time after being considered or investigated. Of eourso there are periods when the business exigencies of a mining deal justify such actions, but more often the "take it or leave it" raini...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 September 1907

i S& 1 2Si WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES ;S AND PLEASE YOU rnbw r r A"t mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm & i . . .. ... . BRIM FULL! Again vvc are prepared to meet the wants of all who want First Class Merchandise. 3 We have been very careful to select the Best and Most Fashionable Garments and Fabrics, & and we have made ourselves well known to the people of this community by selling Good O Merchandise at Low Prices, and we are again ready to serve you. k HK B "' f jB&nTCMV mmmmwwmwmwmwwmmmmmwwwmwwwQm Jr f, , 1 i I . 'V"ii ii''iV F.W Nunn, dentist, Press Building I) W. Stone, of Tolu, was in the city Friday, Johnson Cridcr, of Frcdonia, was in town Monday. Mm. R. L. Ormo left Saturday for Memphis, Tcnn. A. II. McNcoly, of Princeton, was in town Saturday. FOR SILK. A now Kimball organ at a bargain. Hknby IIatoiiktt. Mrs. (. W. Lawson who has been visiting in Hawsville, roturued home Saturday. T. II. Lowcry, of Evansvillo, was in the cay a few days this week. Miss Itua Yates, of ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 September 1907

,yii .1 m.mmm . .vhgjjpfaawaaifeaawJW 1 W JW MMWsssssssssssLMtJmsa. $ .MJT17 W i rw T 11 TM' ". IT -Trl J s- n l IMI rFTTTTl WTrTH fM I I li - ' .- - . ' ' '" MTtr ; 'rai w' ! IsssM T.aMTt r nmn vfj"n: $&&?;- ;-;; 4 ' - .-'n,- ,--. v -- - " piptpg i iwMiT(w;MWH'p7f y fiPPute Don't Ruin Your Best Horse Going for a Doctor Bowel complaints arc always more or less prevalent during the Summer months, and many a man has ruined his best horse going for a doctor when some of his family was suffering from crump colic or cholera morbus. Be prepared for such an emergency. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is the most successful medicine yet produced for these diseases and can always be depended upon. No doctor can prescribe a better medicine. It is almost certain to be needed before the Summer is over. Buv it now. Escaped Watery Grave. Kight men from I'aducah. names wore not learned, came near being drowned in the Ohio rivor Monday evening in the storm just before sundo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 September 1907

040406404444444t0!l4 Convalescents need a large amount of nourish- ment in easily digested form. 4 Scoff's Emulsion is powerful nourish- 2 ment highly concentrated. a It makes bone, blood putting any tax on the digestion. ALL DRUGQISTSl 50c. AND $1.00. 40044440C"OO004"&60004i00 iit. Stone Wll! Support Ucmocrats. Cadiz, Ky., Sept. 2. ('apt. W. Stone who had announced at in Icpindcnt randidnto for the Stnto 'ennte in thin district against Conn iinn, the Uemoorat nominee, to-day nthdrcw from tho race and nntxiun led hit intention of supporting tho Hitirt Democratic ticket. Ho made speech to a large crowd, in which u laid that tho action of tho com mittee in declaring Mr. Linn the jomince had hecn final and regular, ind for this reason ho would with- lrw in fmor of .Mr. liinrt. Mr. liinti also spoke, urging voters to IU port the Statu tiekot. Utack of Diarrhoea Cured by One Dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera And Diarrhoea Remedy. I was ho weak from nn attack of linrrhocn that I co...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 September 1907

M m t & ri I i ; i i ,1 t J r I : ;: f M f i f.. ' I i i : Ll3V9taS9s?9VHfPPIPHHHflHHHHH IBON HILL Mrs. W. L. Wilson is quite pick with typhoid fever. 0. D. Spcncc is teaching the school in the Lamb district. The stork visited the hornet, of Htnry Simpson and John Stembndge and presented each with a fine baby boy last week. Elvah Lamb, who has been sick for several week, is improving. Lilbert McDowell is teaching the school at Sugar Grove. James Crowoll, of Carrsvillo, has been visiting relatives in this section. Lenoth Lomnn ha gone to Lexington to attend school. W. W. Walker is suffering from rheumatism. Preston Lamb has gone to Dan-ville to attend school. During a storm early Sunday morning lightning struck and burned a barn and its contents owned by N. B. Fox. The loss was about $200. Wesley Thompson has Arkansas. to Chamberlain's Couph Remedy One is of The Best on The Market. For many years Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has constantly gained in favor and popularity until it is...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 September 1907

L A V i I Y 4 HATS All the Latest Styles in Ladies' and Children's ready-to wear trimmed and tailored hats. Cloaks and Furs Wo have just received a new line of cloaks and furs and arc offering some bargains. BASE BALL Marlon Defeats Ellzabethlown In a Close Game Played on the Marlon Grounds Thursday. On last Thursday tho Marion base lall tram and the Elizabolhtown tram crossed bats on the Marion gr"tmd, whieli proved to be one of the licit gaiuos ovor played on the lo al grounds. Tho Elizabcthtowu boys are all players of much ability and each and every one a olever, upright gentleman. From the first inning it wan plainly seen that thin game wan n fight to the death, a the first two innings neither team soorod, and whon in the third the visiting team soorcd nc run, the Marion tonm bog an to realize that it was to be tho hardest fight they had ovor had on any diamond, but they playud ball at every stage of tho game and in tho fourth, shut out the visitors, again in tho fifth the visit...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 September 1907

BnBnnnnnnnp LLViff i i Bi fit f t r : W IJ u mWil WSl i' i ft Bucks By FRANK II. SPEARMAN Copmstil. 1900, by Frnl H Spirun VcjT ri -.- SEE a good deal of stuff In print about tlie end neer," snhl "What's tlh.' matter with the d I spn tclior ? What's . ter with the man wlio telJs the enpiiver 1mt to do nd Just what to do, how to do It, find exactly how to do It, with the man who sits shot lu brick wnlla and buns In Chinese puzzleH, his enr fduod to 'n receiver and his flnr fast to a koy and his eye riveted on a tmln cbyrt the man who onlerw and annuls and Btops ami starts overytliliiR within IlOu miles of hlni und liolds under lib thumb roort? Hves every minute than a brigadier does In a lifetime I For In stance," asfced Cnl lahan. In his tired way, "what's tho matter with Bucks?" Now, I myself ix'ver knew Bucks. lie kf te'estEndbeforo I wcnt on "Bucks "Is s&ond" Vice "preslfleut which means the boss--of a transcontinental llne now and a very great swell. But no man from the West...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 September 1907

heart hangs ou the faint, uncertain tick of n sounder when humiia lives Iiuuk un It! "WIhto art your Hit'tlon menV" ask. tl IllirkH. "In IkhI at the Mjtlo ollHl." 'WIio'h wllh you?" "NlK'lit nKviit, nlK'rlfT with two cowboy prlnoniTH uniting take BO." Beforo tin hint word cnino IltiekH wn buck at him: To Opr Ak ahcrlfT rnlraiMi his prlionors to snvo pnn(?t'r troln. Oo toK(lMr to wuat Mitch liouo trnck. ojwn nnl not It. Hmnah In auction tool hown, gvl toola Oo to point of house trnck ourvo. cut the rutla iind jiolnt them to wml runaway trnln from ORalallu over tho bluff Into tho river nUCKS The wonlfl Hew on hn finger llko tpnrku, and another mesimgu crowded tho wtru behind It: To At- Go to east switch, open am) set fiw panalnx track. Flos 10 nnd run Ixr on Idlntc K can't But M Into tlm clear, ditch thu IIUCKfl They took old now. Tho Ink la fiulwl nd tlw imiK'r l wnoUud with tho Hit) of tho fifteen winters and bkticliitl with thu sun of fifteen wiiunivnt, but to this day fliuy Imug t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 September 1907

b -! i H It' f ? jp.lt Ml ' FC. V P2i V i g Fall Clothing ! For Men and Boys ! lucky, who take everything as it comes and make the best of it. If it rains all that is left to do is to put up our umbrella, if we are so fortunate as to have one, and trudge along. Wet feet and bedraglcd skirts won't hurt one any more thau poverty or drudgery will, if there is something within us too sunshine lor poverty to cloud and too noble for drudgery to debase. The person who spends his life scolding is like the fly on the King's chariot wheel. Things may not be planned exactly to suit tho fly but its protest will not stop tho procession. Tho best tactics for flics and grumblers to pursue is to take what comes along and bo glad it is no worse. Ex. CROSS TIES WANTED. I will pay the highest market price for white, post and black oak, gum, aassafri'8, mulberry, elm, beech mapltt srd Kycaraoro. AoiiihOK TniBLKir, Mariuu, Kj, Dpi ray UK HI 1 1 See our new line. To see them means to buy. To show them me...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 September 1907

sBt S WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES S AND PLEASE YOU TOO 3S) For healthful extreme, play box ball at Doss's alley. Mrs. Chas. Weldon, of Tola, was the cucst of Mrs. C. K. Wcldon Friday Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Towery. of Shady Grore, wore ia tho city Saturday. Mr and Mrs. J. M. Persona weut to Crayneville Friday afternoon. II, B. Williams, uf Providence, is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Sam Gugcnheim. Misses Florence and Uarolyn Harris, of Coryodon, arrived Saturday to begin school Monday. Pov. W. D. Powell, Louisville, was in the city Saturday en route to Livingston county to hold a meeting. Leonard and Ilonry Wellington, of Memphis, Tcnu., spont a few days this week with friends in this city. Mrs. A. S. Cavundor left Saturday for Louisvillo, where nhe will purchase her fall stock of dry goods and millinery e If You arc Thinking of BUYING WESTERN LAND Write to us and we will gladly furnish you detailed information regarding valuablo farming lands in The Red River Valley. R. H. HAYNES & 0...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 September 1907

h .s zm, 7 Ctal " 'n Ti "S -T rT""""eeaBj "fFl ... ...i..ii,. -i ...,, . . V 'JT M i is in 11 JgI Do noH suffer ffagg P. with severe ?gSJ $f Headaches Mft I Will Cure You. I r .. . .1 . i ., u, ..n1 ),i,1v TY nxneet The liver is ire 4-'1 "", "" "'-. -,-' - ono must k,-. p tho liver in Rood order. To . o bo n regulator i needed. Herblno v ill rt your liver n the It bhould be and you will not sulh r from headaches. A POSITIVE CURE FOR CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND FEVER. BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. Has Done A World Of Good. tried. 1 1 dun. my family a, wt It as mylf a wor j of g , nnd I reeommi nd it to all my friends. I xwver sutler from headaches anymore." 50c WILL BL'Y IT. Ballard Snow Liniment Co. 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO. Sold and Recommended by James H. Orme, Marion, Ky. CATARRH IS CURABLE. Successful Experiments In Abating and Curing this Disease. Catarrh is an entirely unnecessary disease and should not be tolerated for a single day now that Hyomei is...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 September 1907

ft That hacking Because your system is exhausted and your powers of resistance weakened. Take Scott's Emulsion. It builds up and strengthens your entire system. It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest ALL DRUGGISTS! cough continues o o 60e. AND $t.00 ROLL OF HONOR. The Following Have Paid or Renewed their Subscriptions Since Last Report, to0000444044400004440000$ NIGHT RIDERS Fire One Hundred Bullets Into Farmer's Bedroom. II I'knisvillo, Ky., Sont. 0. A (l (!jJ of utio hundred inaskad nitrlit r r siirrouudod tliu rosidonoo of ) Ladd, u Christian county I', inner, and fired ovor a hundrod ' H into the bodrooni in which Mr. I. add and sovon children wore hiding .'tor Iadd had boon called to tho IT lie wo talon to tho tobacco barn n'id told that it would bo burned to-n K'lt if ho failol to join tho t The farm of J. M. Crowo niid ()iar Miuloy wore also visited, thoir t nicu plants dostroyml and lht wl' rs warned to join tho as...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 September 1907

'if 5x -) I ' it XXKXKXKXKKXX5KJ4XKKXXXXXXX MY FALL GOODSf HAVE COME! If Will you now come and look through x 2 our stock ? It will pay you to do so. To- X JJ day, not tomorrow is the accepted time. (j Dry Goods, Dress Goods Notions ?J jg Hats and Caps, Boots, Shoes, J K Groceries, Hardware, Tinware. JJ Take a day off and come and spend it W f looking at the bargains I have for you, and J Jj my word for it, you'll not regret it. Q x I Want Your Produce. x : CHAS. LARUE, :; J? LEVIAS, - - KENTUCKY. J FREDONM. Misses Isabelle Howcrton and Mary Wyatt left Friday for college. R. M. ltichardson was visiting relatives in Paducah last week. H. ( Hice and wife wore in Prinoeton Saturday. Miss Mabel Freeman, who has been speuding the summer with relatives here, left Saturday for her home in Kansas City. Henry Hughes left Friday for California to spend the winter. Albert Babb and family are visiting at Blackford this week. Jim Henry and wife, of Marion, were guest of relative here last week. ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 September 1907

, .& H"""" mwi WC V w (Efriilrtifteti JfcanftP? VOL 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1907. NUMBER 17 Hon. W. J. Bryan will speak at Marion, Tuesday morning, October 8th at II o'clock. PROGRAMME 01 Princeton Presbytery, I). S. A., to be Held at I'rcdonia, Ky., October 8-10, 1907. TUKSDAY, Oct. Ktli. 7 110 p. in. Opening sermon, Hov. A. J. Thomson. Roll oall mid organization. WEDNBSDAY. s :10 a. in. Devotional, Candidate Wilson. M 00 a. m, Business. ' .10 a. in. Tho nood or a revival, Row M. Ii. Rico, 'i i() a. ui, How to soouro it, Hev. .1. K. 1'rioc. 11) 20 a. in. General dtsoussion. 1 1 00 a. in. Sacramental sorvico, moti by Hov. J. i(. Honry, Rovs. MoCollum and Hull to officiate. 1 OO p. in, Huninoss. 2 SO p. tii. What tho l'rosbytorian church in doing in S. S. work, Hov. K. U. Kuntz. 2 Till p. in. What our Sunday schools can do fur tho onturprisos of 1'rosbytorian ahuroh IT. S. A. in mothods and program, Hov. M. K, Chappoll. .; .10 p. in. Discussion. 7 t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 September 1907

-H ff l$? v s j C. ft If iii - !.v' j r r f i t I-1 M - MM MR KK KK KM & ft 5k 55 5 W f Sankey's !f Reader tf f ' u km mm 55 2 44 m X'4 HE oldest man in the tnun service didn't pretend to say how low; Sun-key hud worked for the coin-nan vyfi 5- vl'sl v. T V 1 r H Pnt Francis was a erj 01J conductor, but old man 6ankey was a veteran when Tat Francis began braking Sankoy ran n passenger train when Jlumile Brndy was running, ami Jlrunrie afterward enlist ed and was killed In the Custer tight There was an odd tradition about Eankey's name. He was a tall, swarthy fellow and carried the blood f a Sioux chief lu his velus It was hi the time of the Black Hills excitement, when railroad men, struck by the gold fever, were abandoning their trains, even ut way station, and strlk lug across the divide for Clark's Cro-Ini. Men to run tbe trains were hard to get, and Torn Porter, trainmaster, was putting In every man he could nick up without reference to ae or color, Portor he died at Julesbu...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 September 1907

r i 10 ostorn yard. It -wan good luck ti see thu Hun again. I itilu Nccta up on tlio hill munt hnvo hwii tlicin n tlioy pulled out. Surely bho licard tlio choppy, Ice blttmi Bcroccli of tln TjiM). Tlmt wu8 iiovcr forKottt'ii, livllier tlio Horvlco wus hp'cIii1 or Hcsliles, tlio lioiul ciib of tliu ram arrled UiIh tlmo not only liixtrglo HIiKlmr, hut licr father nH well. Sun-Key loiild hnnillo n ulln Imr an wull an n 1'iimli and rode on (he litmd uiikIiio, win re, If nnywhtTf, the IiIk cImiipoh liuwrtil. lint lio wan not of in the train Hurvlcu wo niivcr knrw. t cause In wnrt titrtWKur than any omor i:U'' tluit ror confrontitl him. Itiii klUK niiuw In principally liruti force There Is llttlo coaxing Just went of the bluffx, llko codo sIkiuUh liotween n licet of crulfwrtf, there wan u olloy of Htiarp tooting, and In n mln ute tlio four poiulonui onulne, two of tin m in the hack motion, II res white uud (hrontM hurxtlug, m teamed wildly iiiti) tho canyon. Six hundred feet from the flmt...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 September 1907

Efjc Crtttenticn S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered at matter June 26tb, at the postoftce at Marion. Kj., under tbe Act of Congres of March jrd. t8j TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION ETRICTLTCASH lit ADVANCE. Slnrle copies mailed oj 1 month mailed to any address n " " months a5 S months jo ear " 1.00 dears " 5.00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION' XT NOT PAIP CASH IN ADVANCE. CIncle tapfet mailed oj 1 month walled to any addrew 15 " " " 5 months 75 " " " i jrear i,jo THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1907 Trade and industrial conditions iudicate the presence of many features, but at the same time it is obvious that the general business situation shows signs of relaxation lu beveral important departments of activity. The scarcity of money has restricted the ability to launch much new enterprise, whose chief need is capital to develop schemes that cannot be pushed to completion for lack of the necessary financial backing.' The money question, and the eredit question, and the question of confidence, arc vital issu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 September 1907

WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES S AND PLEASE YOU TOO 45) Ladies' Misses' and Children's Cloaks Direct from the factory to us. You have no old style nor jobber's profits to pay when you buy cloaks of us. If you want the newest things in Neckwear ! See our line. New line of HATS! Money saved to you if you want a CARPET DRUGGET RUG OR MATTING New line of Belts and Hand Bags ! Fancy and plain Dress Goods ! Although there has been a big advance in almost all dress goods we arc prepared to sell them to you at the old price. Complete line of Hosiery and Underwear! Direct from the mills. Shirts, Collars Underwear. SHOES! FOR Service Comfort Style Are the kind we have. If you do not want these, look somewhere else. If that is the kind, come look for yourself and you'll be convinced. TAYLOR & CANNAN , -. , ... fc.y . J3ftgjSJLl - BWf" X WW T- j .-4 T (If "IW" -. fifrf iMiMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMiMMMMMMIMM as 5g HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE s$ fi 9 pifti flLwTRVMIBl MM rf a a ad & 1 "Try nave Touna it to their i...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 September 1907

" J'W'Wpi' "WSJ" VMf npfW"" "hp""" ywyfM ,i ,-v. i i jiiA Tywm i (jijpmh viwe fcMJ J. "5 f Hi j,n imi 'T3v '' - aJaAdsufi mH)lr1tfMW W IIIKWi tS K" , ,n r II it UP J trl A sore throat is a dangerous malady bulyou don't need to tie a sock around your neck to cure it., f snow V v l r ' i' tlii .i n fdiort onlt r. ,l'l Hi rr" ; fi& J Ualhrd's Snow Linintrt p mtrnUs thn pores, j ' f miiM'us ii imsuciiy. Sold and Recommended by James H. Orme, Marion, Ky. UNION COUNTY NEWS. sTfROH NEW" DEMOCRAT II. II. Sayers, of Marion, was in Sturgis on businoss a short time Saturday. Mr. Sayor is a man the of Sturgis are always glad to welcome. 0 0 0 Miss Viola Hopgood, of Morgan-field, was tho guost of Miss Lilla Bishop Friday and Satuoday. 0 0 0 II. E. Harkins, of Crittondon county, who has a sale notice iu this issue, will soon move to Blend, 111. 0 00 Clias. Hina, who is with tho popular hardwaro house of J. M. Stone te Bro. visited friends at Mariou Sunday. 00 0 J. J. unn of tho firm of Nunn -...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 September 1907

t 66000446'O"C6464600440 The effect of malaria lasts a long time. You catch cold easily or become rundown because of the after effects of malaria. Strengthen yourself with Scofr Emulsion. It builds new blood system. ALL DRUOQISTS: 0 4.44444404'04C40444'64444 EGGSAGGERATED (IK CERTAINLY EGGSTRAORDINARY ilojle County Hen Lays Inscribed And Illustrated "Frut." .in villc, Ky., Sopt. 18. .Mrs. I Vox, who lives in the neighborhood, naar town, in , -tided with the character of eyg ' r hens are laying. Updn these kt strange inscriptions aro in- 'ibcd. ho brought fivo of the , ,. to Danville and jilaoud them on xlitrittn at a store where attracted . it attnitioii, I'pon otio was the U'DC" f a perfectly black snake, a'K'thcr hai the word, "Kvo" upon and itill another bears the word, dani, and the other two have ( naiuds of Cain and Abel upon t nil Col 31. T. Iong, who owns a i ueuui lion", secured tho oggs, h i now has them arranged in a glim u.( with his other curios. Mrs. ! is hens havo als...

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