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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 20 October 1905

TrtiE ECOfKl EHEEH VOLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., OCTOBER 20, 1905 NUMBER 15 3H JUDGE TOWERY WRITES AGAIN But Tails to Name Those "Enemies" WITHIN HIS -OWN PARTY." The Document a Weak Production Alter Being Closeted Tuesday With 0. M. James H TBE LATTER! LAI 8FF1CL Aa to the facta in the cast concern ing the signing of the land certificate ly me, you aay, came from Demo crat. Irt ua aee who ktiowa shout the certificate? At Mr. HenderwaVs own request 1 wrote up the certificate and waited for the county aunreyor to call in and aign ume which he alated on ma examination, that he authorized me to do and ratify tame after it waa done. Then, when the m it w aa brought aainot Mender) anl Guess, it ia a matter of fact that they aent to the auditor for copy of the record, anil he being a Ih-mocrot, that rt of their argument i true. Siipe that officer had U-en Kepuhiii Mi, Would hr not have iliie the name thing aa an officer Tell me how you would have made thia argument rf the audi...

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. — 20 October 1905

$K$K$K$5f$ffi mWtSZMZWZKVW WiWWJWWfB Educational Column W. HUGH WATSON, Editor. Indecision is the chief asset in some peoples' character. --00-- It is often so that the lips that im part instructions press the weed. -40- The towns of "Pretty Soon," "After while" and "By and by" are not on the map but their inhabitants are not a few. -00- "Yesterday" is where the things we ought to have done today are buried, instead of waiting for the morrow to do them. Pity 'tis, and 'tis a pity it's a pity, but truth's truth in the same strata that wickedness is wickedness wherever found. -00 The difference between doing a thing and saying you will do it, is the thing actually leing done a long distance from achievement. ..no . And, further, tongues that otherwi.se should delight in phrases divine and sentences beautiful, often instead, revel in blasphemy. WI.- Theie is nothing to take the place of true manhood and womanhood, but lit erature, music and the other fine arts serve as excellent polish...

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. — 20 October 1905

INTERESTING SPEECH BY DR. T. A. FRAZER. Miidi! Recently at the Reunion of th Travis Family. Mr. Chairman, Ladies ami Ci'titlriniTi: I Iihvc lii'ti Uhki'd to aiMrrs this nun-ting tixlay, ami just here I wihh to Oiunk tin artii-s who seli-cU-l nit us (jim) of the sK-uk-rs on this notulili-ix-riisioti, liut I wish to nay I do not know from what motive I wus st-l-ri-l, Thr first impressions wi-re that sonic cm-niy of th- Travis family had made th whi-tion as a rm-ana of puninhmrnt In.th to myself and the aiulu-m-c; but, after thinking the matter over I con tl'idl th TravU family had nopnemir and, then-fur, I reached thu conduit ion that the artiii making the si-livt-ion had either mail a mistake or else Uirv had Ihii punishment in store for me. Hut let that lx aa it may, I wixh to thank you for the honor conferral on me for indeed it i an honor to address auch an audience aa thin. 1 have bi-m ak) to a-ak on the "Characteristic of the Travia Family" rnllcrtivcly and individually, and the...

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. — 20 October 1905

Cb Crittenden Record. tSJLED WUJ.Y. JA5. E. CHITTENDEN C H. WHITEHOUSE Editors Publisher. SUSSCWPTION ONE DOLLAR FEU YEAR. - aware of the grar.d jury proceeding! Er,!)Mi"1-flMritiTjiirIt. r4. t ff,,,,. the Towery indictment wag re-0.uyf.tM-. K,..-r '.f f-. j rr.a,. U one of the charge FRIDAY, OCT. 20. 1303. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR hTATEKKSATOR ROR-F.RT I- MOORE FOR fcTATB kf.PhE-f-MATIVE M. K. CLARK FOR COI.'NTY Jl.tiF. WALTER A. BLACKBURN FOR ool.'STY ATTORNEY CARL HENDERSON FOR COI.'NTY CLERK C. E. W ELLON FOR SHERIFF J. F. FLANARY FORJAIEOR ALBERT H. TRAVIS FOR AH.HESSOR J. ANTHONY DAVIDSON FOR SURVEYOR JAS. E. SL'LLENGER FOR COKOSER CHARLES WALKER FOR HCHOOL 8t.FERI.N'i fc.M'EST JOHN B. PARIS P. S. Maxwell is a clean-cut gentle man. - Crittenden I'rens, rt 12. If yini would like t know the com plexion of the next jury panels, a.k Tom Cochran. "How is your roncience, Ollie?--The Democratic chairman's law partner to O. M. J. just aftr we published that petition they filed against T...

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. — 20 October 1905

The Season Is Here! And So Are We With the Goods to Suit. I m . i i I 1 5! C 1 P 8 overcoats I LADIES' WRAPS We have over 120 Over- We have them in all sizes, shades and styles, coats in stock and we can anj a f jne ,election of Furs to match. Do 1 suit all ages and sizes. The no fa;j to ,ee our i;ne 0f Wraps, best of quality and our prices are right All the latest styles. UNDERWEAR See them. It is time to "lay in" your Heavy Under- CLOTHING. wear, and we have a full and complete line for Men, Ladies and Children. Remember our fall and tZl DRESS GOODS finished-all shades, latest Silks and all other kinds of !! suitable patterns for fall and Perfection Line for Boys winter. Our prices are right. Duttenhoffer W. L. Douglas Shoes For Men NO TROUBLE to KHOW GOODS anc A Pleasure to Please. Taylor & Cannan . i itt wnn'x wrv r y rr- r r LITTLE RECORDS. Richard J. Morri. llentut. Th llrownir- W. I). Haird wmt to SaWm Mon.lay. Frnrat Slaliona, of Sturgi. waa her Hu'fctay. Ily Threlkeld. ...

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. — 20 October 1905

Neuralgia And Other P a i n. All pain in any disease is nerve pain, the result of a tur Lultnt condition of the nerves. The stalling, lacerating, darting, burning, agonizing pain that comes from tire prom inent nerve brarrcrxs, or sen sory nerves, is neuralgia, anl is the "lag brother" of aH the Other pains. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills rarely ever fail K relieve these pains by soothing thve latter nerves, and restoring their tranquility. Dr. Miles' Ami-Pain PiHs leave no bl after-effects, awl are a reliable rcnHy for every kind of pain, surh as btahe, backache, stomachache, sciat ica, rheumatism ami nuralgia. They also relieve Dizziness, Sleeplessness, Nervousness, Car-Sickaes, and Distress af ter eating. Tor mmy yrt I h hneti a cm- tant ijrt'r-r firm maul! and i.4a''H, n4 ha own ie t ot,tin mr eflW rri varlaai ha1ivt.a J'iwVu. uad oMil I IrK-l It M!W Arm-Hum Plli. Tb'T nlwuirn cur my hMrfwhe In flr minute n- ' n'.ki) a. Mwjjrii.nr. Caahltr lit NkL ifcanfc. Atklwuo, NaU Dr. Ml let' A...

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. — 20 October 1905

11 . ; " ' " " ' f Lmm vAlir ItHK STTtTUV RrTTOOT, I m 1 TH- 1 Ii A I W IB I -A. AM. A-4 MLViltlk A kJWA&V V I AT I RU M Hi IB ! -fMr aaaai .B-av .. .rbbV .a!, aaa "5 AMI vuu..u ... ltv jlois ana Jesiaence5. k i re i iuiwl acmes, uu i . . 7 fife) XI OS I What SHE thinks of )r. Caldwell's JSyrup Pepsin If he says it if the hrsl remedy she cvrrtricdfor CCNST1PAT1CH u INDIGESTION W uu invest uOc cr 11.00 an J try it yourself. If you want to know whit ethers think of it write for our Look of testimonials. n R H. rrlulf. Ha V Oaok Ar. ko . uwW oauef Oe. II. IM. riuai lkt : txaiMuiid lartoept mmt W RrruR t ' kara ul) M Itr that bu mi? . neulia. Mr aaa 4 I tin ba treubia wlik ear avaja all (uinaor ta4 k tae Waaaaiaot tiwaoiwt UO .hftlctao re. kut Ua jtM Trautl M tauar WeiUeer kKtnir u " a" am, our fntoa. a aaew IM ef AjruK r,ia' Taae r k If H UmI aealrt IN rt?S!l STRUP CO., Ment!ent IB. J. J J Wood A Orme and Taylor A )lyiir. - I ' fertilizer. 1 will deliver two cum of the Virgin U Car...

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. — 20 October 1905

Qualify That Satisfies And you will find the best in every linee of goods we handle. We do not sell inferior goods in order to advertise cheap prices, but we do sell high-class goods and at prices based on the smallest profit. One good article is worth more than two inferior articles :-:We Will Risk Our Reputation Behind Our Goods and Prices lr if ! 4 I :! j ! 1 1 1 i . D. ' ; NECKWEAR AND SHIRTS FOR MEN. All of the latest styles of Ties for men can be found ot The Palace and we sell that ever-welcome brand of Shirts known as the tluett Peabodya shirt that will wear twice as long as other brands. Have you ever worn one? If not come to The Palace. HATS PRICES $ 1 .00 TO $4.50. The fall seasor calls for the Woolen Mats and the laying aside of the Panama and Straw Hats. When you want a new Hot come to The Palace. Only the best brands at prices to suit you. RIBBONS, LACES AND NOTIONS To suit the fancy of every woman who sees them. Never buy elsewhere until you see what you can get at Th...

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. — 27 October 1905

aft Jht Etnfri. VOLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., OCTOBER 27, 1905 NUMBER 16 mtitt HEEH MAT RING DEMOCRACY Hill Do Shown up in a Strong Letter FROM MR. J. FRANK CONGER He Tells What A "Tar Barrel" Pull tlclan Did In His Case and Points to Itiat They SAT ABOUT IEPIBLICANS ANDMiROlS ivar Editor Rrttmn: A I have -1 la! heard of some imni'nin m to what (grr and hia f rit-n J sre going totlo, t ran only an wrr by saying they will do what he ha always dim. They have bean lucre u. the Republican majority until thU v a Republican county wife and ure, and that in in alwirt what they will Con tinue to do a kng aa the Republican iarly Micve in majority rule ami tait for the fun UmrnUl principles of L'.ivrnuin iit aa it nW today. It ha been said l.y designing person that I j ncighU.r with you , .ore ov.r my J. f at in the pir j conveyance aome way mry. V. hy ahould any Republican be ore over leing defeat! by a K.'pulilli an. TUt uur faith majority rule, and r le!irvr when a man get the ...

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. — 27 October 1905

IMPROVEMENT OF 8CHOOL8 aaaaslloas rr Beatlfr1aa'OeaBa ImM Tkeai la Laral Baetleaa. Wallace' Parmer pablUbe til fol lowing iurjulry and reply: MWIB pleased to bear bow to beautify our country ixhuol grounds, the kind fencing, and et." "Our correspondent ba opened op rattier large. uiUon. We are glad to inquiries coiolug la oo this Im portunt tpk:. We don't know ho It n In .Nebraska, but the average Iowa, Illinois and Missouri arboo grouri'l are about tbe most uninviting a.-t, ,n of the whole country around frequently 0'it a treat or shrub, and not always fence. "In our Judgment, the flint Inlng would be to prepare Ut ground tbor- ought j aod plant a wind break of tree on the north and wtat slil'-s, preferably Iiussiau mulberry. That la canity planted, growl rapidly and furnishes an abundance of preferred bird aeed. and by no tueaoa unacreyULIe to chil dren. There ahould be oo the rant aod onto aide, aod poaalbl scattered Oirougti the ground, tree or aotne other vartHy-esh or catalp -...

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. — 27 October 1905

THERE IS NO SORENESS IN REPUBLICAN RANKS! Defeated Candidates and Their Friends Are All in Line Except Towery, Who is Busily I EOR OLLIE M. JAMES JUST NOW. To the Vuters ol Crittenden County, t th wmiwi w..um have i,.cn en- uueu 10 i no uiHiri 01 me menu ui I u a candidate for the nomination in the Kepuhliran primary election in Anl for the uflire of Jailer of ('ritten ili'D county. I was defeated for the nomination, but I am for the man that ifa-fcated me and for the entire Repub lican tirkrt. I am no Imts a Kepulili ran now than I was lie fore the pri mary. I believe in the principle of the party and I want to ae the candiilal of my party auceeasful at the polla. Patrick C Giijimt. To My Friends. To my friend who gave me their vote in the April primary I desire to n press to you my sincere thanks. You were my I rirn.U thm and you are my friends now. At that time I aaked you to vole for me f'ir aa-asor. Bui I as fairly defeated and I now rome to you and ak you to jive the auppurt y...

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. — 27 October 1905

Cbc Crittenden Record, ISSUED WLLLY. J AS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOIXAR Ft YEAR. Enter) u sr.ifwl -class mstu-r Jul IT,, IMM. t paia it Msnun. Kf . ulr Act ? C"n (rau 'if March 1. mi. FRIDAY, OCT. 27, 1905. they even knew. through the gift of a bicycle but we desist. The truth u, the Republicans of this county wanted some one elite, they wanted a man mho was a Repub lican in defeat aa well an in victory, they wanted a man above petty things, a man whom the jieople trusted. Never wan the truth of the statement that you were atill a democrat more fnii-Li r.rrtvvA nvir teas a iildirment t.. w..j I ,.t ik. nf ttia ....Mm eonfirmed Wnen 'I fcllC T't in b Hit ' - more quickly. The Republicans of thin county have builded wiser than back to my first Love-Hurrah! Ollie James A. Towery. for REPUBUCAN TICKET. VHH HTATK MKNATOR ROIiKRT I.. MOO HE roK HTATK HKt'Kf.fKS'TATIVK M. 15. CLARK KOK r;ol!NTV IXIIX.V. WALTKR A. ISLACKBURN Hi. ( OI NTT ATTOKNKY f'ARL IIKNDK...

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. — 27 October 1905

r YOU N IB m 1 I Vflt- I ?1 Jkncb CallorO CUMNcf tx NO TROUBLE to and l ' SHOW GOODS IjT a. ' f.iT T v "CriC'v GfCGWvtrr-x. f.v l - ri- rlf iff uir v J r j ' J r i f ' J l ' ; jl" , k V. L. '.ll ih.a..l I.a'HI kU'AlJ at T A ail aWi,,B,il HikAall P.kAtll LwAld LkAl WAN T I BEST When it Costs You No More Money! WE HAVE IT f OR YOU Bench Tailored And Hand Finished Suits Overcoats, Rain Coats, Cravenettes for Men and Boys. Extra Pants in regular, stouts and slims. We'll save you money if you will only permit us to do so. It's up to You! LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Cloaks that are Unexcelled Complete Line Of Underwear ond Hos iery. Hots, Cops ond Cloves, Neckwear and Suspenders. The Best $3.00 AND Lion Brand Shirts and Collars. A new lot just rece ived. $3-50 Shoe In the world for Men and Boys is the Douglas Examine our line of School Shoes for Boys and Girls. It wiU be money to you. The Shoe That Speaks For Itself . . Ask For Duttenhoffer Fine Shoes for Ladies A Pleasure to Please. 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. — 27 October 1905

Tired Nervous JWhtn yw frtl languid, tired, ntrvwi and irritable, your vi tality i Imw your aup-p-ly of cerve energy exhausted, and your ytm running down ior la'k of jOwer, 'Jhe. or;;. of tir body are w'rkir.g ja-xrly, or not at a!!, and you arr not ptm,; the nouri -.hrn'-rit r':,,!'-d. Tint VOfl imfOvcri1!,'. the LIrvl and in stead of throwing off the irr fijrifi'- '!i t n!-ut- it a!! through tfi' hodv. 'Ihi brings Jj.ea".e and nnvry. I fd tli'r f.:rv wi'h Dr. MiW .'Tvir,e( a nerve fcod, a rirrv; rnedi' ine, that nourishes and vtr-nj;'h' -us tl,! nerve, and t.e ho yii'Hy you will get Mron;; and iorotj.. "Mr :' fjfrfA i'h r.eri.j.a .n-tirt to . r -, t al'a'k 'rf f.v.f, i.-.i faf'T l.-f fnty from !' favaf .1. ana fnirt .r.4 t.."U ",Mfl l.araHf le-tr-.g. a-grajvl. 01 r..r.'.a h-fi lr. i.aat eanM. ftr.4 aa r-i- .1 r.:rM, .r4 r.avar ravj &ifi r.i. Pr.a a!f a ,rT'r. fi.w li ff'.in rf.'u. Lead .'I, Iff JrfilMt N-frlfi a reborn raei.1l i.r friar. Af'-r II (If tl.ra ! . 14 mit.i teal, f...

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. — 27 October 1905

THE SCHOOL LKS80N V, FOURTH QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, OCT. 39. If be knows of any better lax ative and itomach remedy than Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin If he it not prescribing it In his practice, he knows what it is, and if he is honest, he wilt satitfyyou and us with his reply to your question. Dr. CaUnir I $ jrup Pip i la b siot sold in bulk, but all drui- agists sell it in ROc and Jl .00 bottles ad refund your money if you re- i. . tr ' :. ucnciu. r.if, nil t II I S. K Oarer. M D . IttMnik. T-aa. art la m g I ln I ., aaaS lit. await ria to tot mr m i,r m ia mi riviw. o4 a-iBMHaiiaf r n la I f ut kiur mult Ina II I Ut k Ima lmt I kin uui I I It BOM MliM 'fPrlW' IH:T Jim at rta.4. Mi rli anAar kit Ort S. IM: I k 4 rr him fa- Mai Km an. S..4 H ait, aval awiuti riiia a4 H la aaa al laa fntwrt amaf mml lain I nava arat rm4 la aak, I aa aat aaaiuta to fetnauDaoa Ik Toor SSa b If N aWat fit TH rmiUTRUPCl.Konllells.nL Sold l.v WinnUIilOrm and T)ir 4 llaynra. Harris & Shopbell A...

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. — 27 October 1905

I ! 'ft 's Quality That Satisfies 1 it i : t 1 -1 t ( . I 1 ' 1 i I , t II II And you will find f he Ie.st in ever linee of goods we handle. We do not sell inferior goods in order to rtdvertiv: cheap prices, but we do .vefl high-class grxxls and at prices based on the rmdlesr profit. One god article is worth more than two inferior articles :-:We Will Risk Our Reputation Behind Our Goods and Prices :-: I MJYW:M. AND .SHIFTS FOR MEN. yv. tt "f ft or ' If r-ot ttrr to fr.' VrM". MEN'S UNDERWEAR. Tr.r roo cnl (!.;'. rr,orT.r:; rcJT.jri'1 ttict t icl! .vxn have to o-ur hejvxr f lorr.r.'; X"t Not tr.c tt fell I'r.dirwcor ever in Mcrvxi. and fre truce vert you. otr fo.l tocell at The HATS-- PRKLS 41.00 TO 1..50. fti fill vivf "lh for ftif X'ooUn Hst if.d ft- toytn'j r.v1 of tti Ph5ffj ind Straw Hotv 7rWi yo! "fit a u rofftr to fr.r lMr. imVfWt t.t Uord at ifiM to v.rtyoij. THREAD To .ut,f ojr CmtomtfV woatv All vzt and coVrv fcvrr conferva Me. twadc of .lk Thread at The Palace. DRESS GOODS...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 27 October 1905

It's Qoaiity That Satisfies f 1 II li .wsn finH th hpt in ereri liner of floods we handle. We do not sell interior aoods MIIU VUU ",u ,,,VJ l""-J . . . in order to advertise cheap prices, but we do sell high-class goods and at prices based on the smallest profit. One good article is worth more than two inferior articles jWe Will Risk Our Reputation Behind Our Goods and Prices NECKWEAR AND SHIRTS POR MEN. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. All of the latest styles of Tics for men can be found at The Palate The cool and i hilly mornings remind us that we shall soon have and we sell that ever-wekome brand of Shirts known as the duett- to don our heavier Clothing. We have the best rail Underwear ever Peabody a shirt that will wear twite as long as other brands. Have sold in Marion, and the prices will suit you. Never fail to tall at The you ever worn one? If not tome to The Palate. Palate and see them. HATS PRICES $ I 00 TO $4.50. THREAD DRESS GOODS. The fall seasor talis for the Woolen Hats and To suppl...

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. — 3 November 1905

ThE TOttEHtlEH OTf H. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., NOVEMBER 3, 1905 NUMBER IT VOLUME 2. K BmPU Ba P V aB Ba s I i WHETHER REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRAT, CAN YOU ENDORSE T. II. COCHRAN In His Willful und Partisan Efforts to Pack the Juries in Crittenden County? The rl warns the voters of (rmcnilc-ntounlv that the DciniKralic politicians of this county have a purpose in selecting partisan Democratic juries, unci soon or late some Republican will pay c penalty just as Caleb Powers has been paying il for nearly six years. The only legal way to protest against Jury Wheel Stuffing is at the polls. A vole for the Democratic candidates or any one of them means that you are in favor of partisan juries. 1 s t i s WHAT WE HAVE CHARGED AND PROVED IN PRESENT CAMPAIGN! A Review of the Real Issues-All Challenges Hade by The Record Sland Unanswered and Unaswerahle by the Press, lis Political Editorial Staff and Ik Democratic Moguls Sorry that Ooor Was Ltlt Open-Sorry (?) Towery Was Indicted Repent in S...

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. — 3 November 1905

IttEHKiEE BECOf A h MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., NOVEMBER 3, 1905 NUMBER 17 VOLUME 2. s WHETHER REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRAT, CAN YOU ENDORSE T. H. CDCHRAN In His Willful and Partisan Efforts to Pack the Juries in Crittenden County? f V ...... t .,...,.- . vM. rvnf rrifh iulrii c nunh that the Democratic politicians of this county have a purpose in selecting partisan Dcinotrdtic juries, and soon or late some Republican will pay the penalty just as Caleb Powers has been paying it for nearly six years. The only legal way to protest against Jury Wheel Stuffing is at the polls. A vote for the Democratic candidates or any one of them means that you are in favor of partisan juries. s WHAT WE HAVE CHARGED AND PROVED IN PRESENT CAMPAIGN! A Review of the Real Issues-All Challenges' Made by The Record Stand unanswered and Unaswerable by Ihe Press, lis Political Editorial Stall and Hie Democratic Moguls Sorry lliat Door Was left Open-Sorry (?) Towery Was Indicted-Repent in Sackcloth and Thr campa...

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. — 3 November 1905

i i i ii i JSftSftJftSftSft RH3& W.RTowery, I EDUCATIONAL BALLOT. To vote this ticket stamp the cross (X) in the circle under the log cabin and one in the small square following the word "No" at the right of the constitutional amendment. This is subservient to yourselves and your liberties. if SHADY GROVE, KY. I GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ft ft ft P M Drv CnnrU. ClntKiina. Ilnnta And Srirwa Hats and Caps, Groceries, Provisions, Hardware of all kinds. Farming Im- J! plements, Wagons, Buggies, Etc., Etc. O fc-'i Democratic Ticket. For Statu Scnutor P. S. MAXWKI.L For Representative THOMAS II. COCHRAN. For County Juilge J. 0. ROCHESTER For County Clerk D. WOODS O Republican Ticket. o g Only Department Store in Crittenden County, ij For County Attorney THOMAS W. CHAMPION Q For Sheriff F. A. CASNKFt For School Sux-rintcndenl For Juiler D. W. BUY ANT For Coroner F. M. BRIGHTMAN ... For Surveyor W. O. WICKER Fi r Amttnir T. E. GRIFFITH Fur Justice of the iVare For State Senator R. L. MOORE F...

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