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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 November 1905

in bet it ?. Your wife Uld vou ta briag iom a 4Htr kvaUPa t I Y loDl r. Caldwell Syrup Pepsin If yoa forjpt it, you wvt.14 bet tar tie a itfinf ea yonr Safer to-mor-tern morainf aid vrjr tirae yon Unit at it you will think tl the medi cine lhat eurei Cmkfuhn, Smk IIimJmIu, Mrti, and every torm of ifa-wavX TriuMt. T )! r4.rr1l TM gw ! "I"' "251 Arru Mr at a kaaa iik c ae ; mi w, ail ri am MOM wii rcrvi" trmmi aaraulaaa W" ! IWUlf " atf !ZIt (M4 r IW . "' c . jrr'jriS ilMy ftir'" I re Uratv IHKWIM U4 IH rarlf KMl w,,4 w4 fr r r.ad7 eaet iMHttllM" Your druf rit hat it or wiM et itforyou. 10c nd UH) tiiet. Y.ae Bui; ff S1I f TRVP It., Matlen, 10. SM by Wowla'AJ h-m and Taylor A llaynca. The Hick's Almanac lor 1906. The Rev. Irl R. Ilwk a Almanac will not Ih nubliahcd fr 1 '. tut hi monthly journal. Word and Work, haa been changed into a large and coally magaiinc, ami it will contain hi atorm iwl thcr furccaata anil other aatro- rewnical feature complete. The Nnvem lr numlier. now ready,...

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. — 3 November 1905

Cbc Crittenden Record ISSUED WEELY. . JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered w acond-lu matter July IS, 1904. at the poUfflee at Manuo. Ky., under Act of Con twaof March 3. 1879. FRIDAY, NOV. 3, l'JO.. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Kolt STATE SKNAToK ROBERT E. MOORE POR HTATK KKPRKSKN'TATIVE M. It. CLARK FOR COUNTY JCIKJE WALTER A. ISLACKBl'RN FOR Oit'NTY ATTORNEY CARL HENDERSON FOB COUNTY CLERK C. E. WKLDON FOR .SHERIFF J. F. FLANARY FOR JAILOR ALBERT H. TRAVIS FOR Ab'SKKSOR J. ANTHONY DAVIDSON FOR .SURVEYOR JAS. E. SULLENflER FOR CORONER CHARLES WALKER FOR SCHOOL .SITERINTK.MENT JOHN B. PARIS 'FURTHER CHALLENGES." "Name one. just one, Republican who linn been indicted in Judge Gor don' court by a partisan grand jury. who should not have been. "Name one, just one, Democrat who escajted indictment in Judge Gordon's court by reason of parti san jury, who should have been indicted. "Name one, just one. Republican wio has been convicted in Judge Gordon...

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. — 3 November 1905

Hove Yy Not Foymcfl Got I That the Best is the Cheapest? POKf neb Callorea ClelbeejM ft f Pi! If P'H 1' W We sell you the best at no greater cost than you pay elsewhere for merchandise not so good. DON'T OVER LOOK THE FACT That we offer you a line of Suits, Over coats, Rain Coats, Overalls, Extra Pants for men and boys, that are Tailored on the Bench and finish ed by Hand, and cost you no more than the "Hand-me-down" to be found elsewhere. Prices are Right WE SHOW The Largest and best selected line of Cloaks and Furs ever snown in the county. Come early and make your selection. CARPETS, RUGS, MATS, DRUGGETS. New line of Hats, Caps, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear for all. "Lion Brand" Shirts and Collars, Ladies' Our line of dress and Gents' Neckwear goods and waist- in the latest styles. ings are unsur passed. Come in and see for your self. School Shoes for all the boys and girls The kind that wear. Douglas Shoes Are Best by Test Thousands will testify to this fact. Try them And You'l...

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. — 3 November 1905

Heart Weakness. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure has made many hearts well after they have been pronounced Jjopeless. It has completely cured thousands, and will al most invariably cure or benefit every case of heart disease. Short breath, pain around heart, palpitation, fluttering, dizzy, fainting and smothering spells should not be neglected. Take Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and see how quick you will be relieved. It cannot make a new heart, but will restore a sick one by strengthening the heart nerves and muscles, relieving the Unnatural strain, and restoring its vitality. "I had a very bad cue of heart trnuhla. For months I could not work. Ijmt July I tu slowing corn and feeling bad all day: In the after anon In plowinr one row I had to lay down, or fall down, three timea. Mr ht-ail throbted as though It would burnt through, and I had difficulty In getting my breath. I punhaaed a bottle of Or. Mlh'S' Heart Cure, and befom I had ued half of It I could lay down and sleep all night. Previ ously I b...

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. — 3 November 1905

THERE 15 NO SORENESS IN REPUBLICAN RANKS! Defeated Candidates and Their Friends Are All in Line Except Towery, Who Is Busily Enyaged "Hollering" EOR OLLIE M. JAMES JUST have not rt more than $ 100 hut twice since l'.Mi. In l'JOl when yuur dear, bosom friend, Pavie, gitse trio contract lo the I'reHM, . I atlji ..- I... II... .! lliai an" - IV Waa wailj .11" lur mmiiuui M pujr Mr. Ordway fairly n! on-nly for the . , jn j, Kve the printing to nomination up until the primary. I ,,lc (jKTTtNi,KN Kfcxoki) and the price wan strictly for Chandler for asewr, lo Republicans ul Crittenden County. Aa you know, I waa a candidate for Iho nomination for aasesaor. Iurinj lhal canvass I fought Mr. PuviiUon and ,ul the majority of my Rood old arty favored Mr. Davidson with the nomina tion, who ia every inch K,"",,nn. and I am now MitrufK frhi ultimate urces aa I waa lo secure the nomina tion for Je Chandler. I want to open ly thank Mr. DavhUn and Mr. Ordway for the fair treatment they ave me tluhnir ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 November 1905

THIS JURY LIST FOR NOVEMBER Shows the Partisun Packing in the Wheel BV MR, THOS. II. COCHRAN that as a direct slap at them from you, Thos. H. Cochran, and they will tell you about it on November 7. What have you gained now from this sort of business? Not any friends. Not any bedy's respect. The Democrats whose bidding you have done so well, will despise you for being an undurling and a tool. Not any honor. It is ten thousand times more honorable to have put in the names of pood men who were Republicans and have pone before your people on a record like that. You would have been prouder of it yourself. If not, then your life as a Christian is false because a man who wants to do right and to live right will not be cur ried off his feet by partisanship, and do things he will regret when his tern- THE RESULT IS SHOWN By a Tabulation of Election Returns-Victory Won BY A MAJORITY OF ONE VOTE per cools. I Again and Aqaln Is THE RECORD flume 7 ' Sil111 biipitiiilin and Mrs. Eva Mimrc (Jut In...

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. — 10 November 1905

TTbe ittantai 3&mfiflL 1 VOLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., NOVEMBER 10, 1905 NUMBER 18 THE REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET WINS A SWEEPING VICT ORYi RES IS 01 THE "MULE" CLEANS THE LIVINGSTON COUNTY OTT HOI'S IJL LIVINGSTON HIE ELECTION IN The Hay Was Fair and a Gnnd vole Has Piillcd-fiictiran tines Dimn In Defeat. TIIL PKI.SS PKOVIS A FALSE PRDPIitT j. i i .. ' !, ! cony arises in Her foitjlit and Ousts the .Men Arjainslilicni I 111. I in J J i huh n mui i urn .!... , . r : j . v r ' r"-, . 7 s. - s. V, r..k and U. of th, K..,.M,c.n V t PW ftff' 'I'jJ ' , ,. f.., - , f ,! , :,... crmnli. J J A , - tr.-J Wjk Srf) ' (' - " ,:!- 1 S;jy i 'j- - TCkffc - 1 - 'ii(u . ' i 4 .. . .1 .1 u . i i i. . . . '..I. . ..r . vl w . " 9 -.- I'H SHE HAD LONG GRIEVAKCE i j Tti Mule lltkrt Elected and Six Members t the Fiscal Cmrl by Sair.e Party. VICTORY ICR THE EtTTER ELEMENT I. f i. h in i i ii,. . .. f.., ut ll r -t ii. . t iUt." I u M ; I I1 i t .; ... I.,t;r x.-.l I I ' ir v r. t ' i , f .,t...

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. — 10 November 1905

$5,000 Reward will be paid to any, person who can find one atom of opium, chloral, morphine, cocaine, ether or chloroform in any form in any of Dr. Miles' Remedies. This reward is offered because certain unscrupulous persons make false statements about these remedies. It is under itood that this reward applies only to poods purchased in the open market, which have not been tampered with In any way. Dr. Miles remedies cure by their soothing, nourishing, fctrenpthening and invigorat ing effects upon the nervous system, and not by paralyzing and weakening the nerves as would be the case if these drugs were used. For this reason Dr. Miles' Anti-rain Tills are universally considered the best pain remedr "I have ufr-n4 fur 11 yfirs wltti 'rr pnlns In my head, hurt ar.d kri. k. and hav trll vrrvtliinn I ci.i.M t and o.:ild n. t (In. I any flirt until I Kt b. of Iir. MII.V AMI. Psln IMlla. I suffered a r.f ai ho urn at a time with Hi' li sever pnlns tint I f-:i r1 I wnM ln. amid. , The Antl...

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. — 10 November 1905

(BISEAT Hontit, now, r"TTtktw you Tpy would like it i rlL and now we r l want you to keep a 1 1 bottle in the house I I and when you go I away put one in vmir trin I'verv - time you get bilious or eoaiti pated and whanaver you have lick headache or a touch of indi geition take a teaipoonful of Dr.Caldwell'9 Syrup Pepsin Try It o the baby too it will try for more. Till MM. BL T IfU. 1 IUM4U, h . I tJS It rw MM MIU Mtlf 'lpt IM t ) CJra i.aiUa i Mt WW W ktt VI Ml a4M M.4 krl tlltHtMrlMUMltM fcai ef Ml mm aaailf k4 tfrw M4r 4 : . l !. kw r ra?if T '! CiwVwfrai 4ieu Ie4; m4mi wMMtaa. ut euni I im4 iw r ' M f e IhI M M Kwl aWr IM MMIUTrW,.llMllMt1.H Sld by Wood.jOrm. ami Taylor a llayne. TIIE SUNDAY SCHOOL IIS80N VII, FOURTH QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SKRIC3, NOV. 12. The Hick's Almanac (or 1906. The Rev. Irl K. Hick' Almanac will not he liuhluhej fur I but hi monthly jiumal. Word and Worki. ha born changed into a larf and roatly magaun. and it will contain hit iturm ami wather forecast and...

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. — 10 November 1905

I t i i r C 5 n T Jc th Jo t th. U wc on. thi Re, F. 1 U on 1 tri a.;i thai Alo trerj aaNavr Ja..' Ihr . gati All' Dent and i too, Ak T A 1; name Ui.l.i K) .. I of m land lij Jury e' he WtU U an ' UUr leave ! Jury., R -JH.i l i Cbc Crittenden Record liSL'EK wixlv. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. .UB.V.RjmON ONE LXJLXAR pUt YEAR. EdIatmI m aami-Uwf rr-atwr Jul; 1',, I'M. ' (a. itmUlfivM .1 Mrvm. Ky.. url-f A 'if fVr,. mm lit M'h. IK7'. FlillJAY, NOV. 10, 1j05. The rally at Hampton liuiaville. sved liarth in Road hands will still be excused at V years of age. We suppose they'll raise the blind at Ollie Jameii' office. Tom, what did june", lant week? we toll you That l.ivihgtton mule Maud a f pointeri. could show 'Nr. extend our hand to Livingston. The muie m all right. There are slill a v. A many lu ans Who are not for sale. liepul Wonder if Judge lowery hiut trn-l i'arararnph? I'Ji g""! for ireness. 11 Weldon tender hit 'hanks to 'h Crittenden I'ress and Judge Towery. .'ut ...

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. — 10 November 1905

mmmmmmMSBmmmmmmmmimmm im Hove Yo' Not Foymcfl Oy That the Best is the Cheapest? fNlJfnch Cailoto ctotista jfl If '.V! ,. '.V. .1 -4 We sell you the best at no greater cost than you pay elsewhere for merchandise not so good. DON'T OVER LOOK THE FACT That we offer you a line of Suits, Over coats, Rain Coats, Overalls, Extra Pants for men and boys, that arc Tailored on the Bench and finish ed by Hand, and cost you no more than the "Hand-me-down" to be found elsewhere. Prices are Right. WE SHOW The Largest and best selected line of Cloaks and Furs Ever shown in the county. Come early and make your selection. ARPETS, RUGS, MATS, DRUGGETS. Our line of dress goods and waist- ings are unsur passed. Come in and see for your self. New line of Hats, Caps, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear for all. "Lion Brand" Shirts and Collars, Ladies' and Gents Neckwear in the latest styles. School Shoes for all the boys and girls The kind that wear. Douglas Shoes Are Best by Test Thousands will testify to this...

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. — 10 November 1905

1 DO YOU OWN YOUR HOME? KnS)ft! ' ; I lf8tt B I aalv1 W. n. 1 owery, SHADY GROVE, KY. 4 'J 4 'J GENERAL MERCHANDISE,! Dry Good, Clothing, fkioU and Shot. HaLi .nd dp, Grocerin, Provuiocu, Hardwire of all kinds, Farming Im plement, Wagon. Buggies, Etc, Etc r i..KihT tl'Kl'l ,.r ri-nw't THt POU-M&CH1HA HOI. I riv . gr"ra, ru. f r.'t la tw 4 v 'A yrv-tt a- A 'I'm at ytu' rurt tfcr i Vi, trx "af at a i, !--, U f- (a, j, f t ., . i '.' .', a M .-a"- .'.f. f-;fi W ij, J a la,", t, L- '.r. )' I. t " - yj. ff' V fj1 a -,t;At I T. ,:: '-r K, 'it nS. if :, -a ). I. S. 'Ism '.f-'.f !.', ,1 ar f.t.l '). I tf i g i -t' l, ; I ti is, ,, fv. f-t-j j . '- fca V. ( - a 'u..:.f. W,7, av, r.ar.i i it,'r'..'"rf 1 M.,'4 t ,o (, i-.;.if aivS a,ar,-. a-ft-r; VW w-r.. 1 '. M-a !.! tr-r ,a .'..; V? t'-i.g ''- r- n ' ft;?. jr-,.J' ti : fr-o, t ' .'(. ;,. (,.! i' tif fl.ft iu .. ii 'd: I, J tnjfu '.,' M 'frf fvl ' f'f ;. j ' 'J. fjVFT.'')v 'f 'X I'' U.4 ' , l (V, t m:;i $rt:t:.i,i 11 v,i v.u i ' t ' ) I ,...

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. — 10 November 1905

lmUS ASSOCIATION OF CRITTENDEN COUNH Cordially Welcomed by Citizens ol Tolu, Kentucky. Letter tron i Soldier Boy. Jolo Jolo P. I.. Sept. 10. 1905. L. N. Sisco, I.eviua, Ky., Kind Father:- I will write vou Uxlay to let you know that I am well and alright; hope thin to Hind you all well. I wiw very much aupriaea wnen our Cuutain handed mo your letter you had written to him. I have been writing I to you regular, guesa my letters have he teacher asHorint.nn which met . , , , whure t..i,i (htolicr 2X. l'.MKi. wua a most li.ivulile and lienolirial meet in;; and LT- teacher of thin county will l.-r remember the kirsllv welcome and t,. hospitably extended them hy the ,t citizen of Tulu. I lie a.nMK'lution wan culled to order bv ipt. John II. I'arrii at 3 o'clock in the rf trnootl. After music and devotional exercises .1 l,v I'rof. V. (J. Kee. Sunt. I'urriM i.u.L.. a few nnrnir.ir words. 1 llarvev Itahb wm elected president Ind Mis Mamie Henry wa chosen a k.vretury. I Prof. Kee then loke of ...

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. — 10 November 1905

"Z, r Quality That S 1 I I j f : i And you will find the best in every lince of goods we handle. We do not sell inferior goods in order to advertise cheap prices, hut 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 ancTPrices x NECKWEAR AND SHIRTS TOR MEN. All of the latest styles of Ties for men ion be found at The Palace and we sell that ever-welcome brand of Shirts known as the duett Pcabody -a shirt that will wear twice as long as other brands. Have you ever worn one? If not come to The Palace. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. The cool and chilly morning remind us that we shall soon have to don our heavier doming. We have the best t all I'nderweor ever sold in Marion, and the prices will suit you. Never fail to call at The Palace and see them. :1 HATSPRICES $ 1 .00 TO $4.50. The fall seasor calls for the Woolen Hats and the laying aside of the Panama and Straw ...

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. — 17 November 1905

The erafil OLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY NOVEMBER 17, 1905 NUMBER J.9 ADUCAH HOME TELEPHONE CO dependent TO IMPROVE LOCAL SYSTEM And Install Metallic Service-Entire Reconstruction, New Exchange and Drop Board. A f ADlCAB-KARIOVHIAlimOS UVL uhuhI cluims were allowed bihI one ordinance was pussotl. Among other mutter of minor im portance the minute of the October meeting were corrected and entry wan niinle, Knowing that nn order passed for the building of a stone crossing on Hunk strict. The crowing will lie put in almost opsisilo the entrance to the new hotel huildiriK. Thin will l very convenient for the punning public, HMt'iully the achisd children who pas thin way and wish to cross -the street in muddy weuthcr to get to the sit oflW. When it in connidered that i something like .'fx) to 4m children pass : thin way two time a day or more, it may be realized how much mud can be , carried on their feet to the pavement on the opHwite aide and again it will readily be wen that ...

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. — 17 November 1905

ar.tnrio tub oonmn rn. A wv::iix! fans. oo Umu wbMb : tit bi ot tin? t.u.br bA n re aw,'"!. r.,a 'jf:-n ho'.ittt t a low gr,' .u'-ti umi n u-ually 'fTI wl:Ji .nui.jia. hnjja nl ain;'-r!r.,(, tr' ifi ..rtl.l- fr uv f.r :.ut, ;r, f,r'l wowl r railway t.- We are i ftjj AM fO the Hi'ft K'iWiU..'a U,T1j- u of rl.arii.iC up nl "ii!!'i!n -H'b furffi with the em) In new tit iunk tn It Ximi pa at lire or an hie I a ml 7a question of tiiijc allowed f'r Uii aorlc ut.a i.g fiirire. If the Uiid rnfl.t be clearer an pa.b,e. fhe oM eijiewilre awl Iali.irloi;i j.Un of bni-b.r.g, burn.i.jr anl tu:i. puit hU( mint be reaorti.l ti, but If one ia ot In a hurry am) (an wa.t a few jmr thre U a fiU ti eaaier arxl fur lw eir.eri.iTe way Thin I by arm r atijriiig tj,e tr't wltb rattle n'l aheep for a few je.,ra. the only karl 'irk il'ioe on the ira' t the rutting aiJ rt-UiOval of Lb and growing treea K'H.ta laiwl ahonld be i eeeijul down w,tb fame jraaeea,- tim- ! othy ami white and rl lov-r- an1 bn kin:y n...

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. — 17 November 1905

V 101 GBEAiS Yon pick p txper nearly tvery day and read that torn man or woman ia apparently peritci neaitn naa lied suddenly at a banquet, on the street, at the thea ter, of "heart lulure." 80 per cent of aucta cat follow heavy eat ing. The digestive or gans are not In condi tion, the food ferments In the stomach, form ing gnsrs which dis- lend the walls of the stomach which press es against the heart crowds en (locates "Heart failure" results. Take a spoonful of Df. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin after eating. It relieve that "full feel tng," slop fermentation, aid digetlon and prevent biliousness ana oonttip tlen. t. V Piamt WfxT IM Tf .WI. ( M.f II. Had. WltlM WMlf IWltM InmiaM wlta ar bearL loour .l kxIKIim w.r ui.ti. to : Sd.ii? I iUil a d rv m.i ol lr ( .u . Srnip '.in In ik.i ultenilaM Hnrt Trovki .4 k Ind!.. nn li arrup rt-'n wa ruf n.Hr.ilu ta4 UU Ih Sinatra I tri1 u 4 m Ullf euraa end wi.k k km an of ltli. olr Sftvw ,) U stens el Dr. C.4U t hnip lkKta. Tear MeMy If H Deal Mflt I...

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. — 17 November 1905

Ok Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered u second -cla nutter July IS. 1904. at the posbaDca at Mrion. Ky.. under Act of Con- 01 aiarcn 3, ma. FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1905 The Press is sore. There may be a greater gain than getting, but there is no greater pleasure. It has at last come to it, the niggers hold the balance of power. Livingston Democrat. If you see it in Thk Record you can depend on it, the Press to the contrary notwithstanding. Col. Jack Chinn suggests a new mot to for Kentucky, towit: "Drains, booze, beauty and bullets " Relief funds are being collected all over the I nited States to be sent to . the oppressed Jews who are suffering on account of the massacres Russia in ,.L , ., . 1 The Louisv,,,, P,, claim, that the ' prosfve standing of the two sides ' in the Senatorial rare is I'aynter . I Blackburn Ollie Jutnes and 1J noncutnmi'.tul 1 he Dem'KTats of ( nttenden rountv I made a gallant fight a...

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. — 17 November 1905

Wlw Not Buy the Best When lit Costs You No More than Maim Inferior Articles? We sell you the best at no greater cost than vou pay elsewhere for merchandise not so good. DON'T OVER LOOK THE FACT That we offer you a line of Suits, Over coats, Rain Coats, Overalls, Extra Pants for men and boys, that are Tailored on the Bench and finish ed by Hand, and cost you no more than the "Hand-me-down" to be found elsewhere. Pices are Right. WE SHOW The Largest and best selected line of CloaRs and Furs ever shown in the county. Come early and make your selection. goods and waist- ings are unsur passed. Come in and see for your self. CARPETS, RUGS, MATS, DRUGGETS. New line of Hats, Caps, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear for all. "Lion Brand" Shirts and Collars, Ladies' Our line of dress and Gents' Neckwear in the latest styles. School Shoes for all the boys and girls The kind that wear. Douglas Shoes are Best by Test Thousands will testify to this fact. Try them And You'll be Convinced Call for the D...

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. — 17 November 1905

Tired Nervous When you feel langui'l, tired, nervous and irritable, jour vi tality is low your supply of nerve energy exhausted, and your system running down for ia ! of power, The organs of the lody are working poorly, or not at all, and you are not getting the nourishment needed. I his soon impoverishes the blofxl and in stead of throwing oil the im purities, distributes it all through the body. This brings disease ami misery. Feed the nerves with Dr. Wiles' Nervine, a nerve food, a nerve medicine, that nourishes and strengthens the nerves, and see how quickly you will get .strong and vigorous. "My wlf n'ifr.-rKl aril), n.-rvo.mnea firct.oMi to a t t-rit aM.i'k ct tr.h"ii ft-v-r, Niit hfiT lr ! ,w-ry frnrn Ilia f-v-r, w;tn rn i- h a'.r- and tiHTilly ihTr.il l,-rlf t,-irirr i Inifly nT',, t..-n tie U-xt eii-linl. Wi waa my r.r.-.. at n.Kt.t, and n vT I ill i. n.Ki.i a rl Hh aiao aufT-r"! ruf h fr.,rn rn-rwuia h'li'-R',h- lr Mi. N-rviri ana r-"m mrt.ilwt l.v a frr,. ,ft..r ,hi- timt...

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