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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 17 November 1905

ifHARDl - . m A ii i .1 i sirigc Jf r thar one I'Iiiiiu ilir aiuallrvt (iota 'if rrvluiia trar'a rrop lie aoon V.a lilniM-ir atrlrtly in aiuall di- in bualiiitva. llii-n ! to h h liiiirotrrnwnt ilir t,vn of traiu-ia that IraYi-rar ,r country riuiipariM Willi fur .r K" All IIih aainr, llii-y ar' Ifl nmi on, for FVrn til liot of thrill r raIH lir ami allliplr Ilir aa"l farm mf ! raiiiirr lijr ;,nilfIUiHliH, I. lit aniurtliiira falls to fwiirk ut tier ili-atlny. ami a lot of JUinlly illia-i 'ktmhi In tin minimi ulljr art Hinniviitljr iiun'tUial to rat rjrr Iti a j..-r:n.'r ia-i u um 001 mm o lai hcn a (lilrMH plrnlr part, woraa lirr up with mt ami prrtirl KtalMklao llj'l. of tu aarlrultural tt;ar1 lit. who went to Kiinland a una aa lie rfl(unil, aaa rablwl to rr tura ami alv el.lrur in Ilia rar nf graft ili-trlo-M! In nuiUM tlxn with lila oVpartinriit It la ni( IniprntwY tn re mark In thla nmnotiloo that whm b Trtinu rrtarj Wllann will ft tlir tak wltb tti Hyd.. A fai of no mall Impurt...

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. — 17 November 1905

,Jl ;!f; its 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 oii the smallest profit. One good article is worth more than two inferior articles .1 in; ii:! i t f 1 i 1 i i i t , , 5 ' ! I . 1 I , t ii i .it : si A C u b t Ik. t. 1 Ir4 1 ,!: :-:We Will Risk Our Reputation Behind Our Goods and Prices NECKWEAR AND SHIRTS TOR MEN. All of the latest styles of Ties for men can be found at The Palate and we sell that ever-welcome brand of Shirts known as the Cluett Pcabody a shirt that will wear twice as long as other brands. Have you ever worn one? If not come to The Palace. HATS PRICES i 1 .00 TO $4.50. The fall seasor calls for the Woolen Hats and the laying aside of the Panama and Straw Hats. When you want a new Hat come to The Palace. Only the best brands at prices to suit you. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. The cool and t hilly mornings remind u...

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. — 24 November 1905

ECSfldL PLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., NOVEMBER 24, 1905 NUMBER 20 mtitknmu I EDERAL APPOINTMENTS rriisitluiit Roosevelt Mokes Some Changes. LONG SUCCEEDS A. I). JAMES Some Surprises fur Politicians In Itie blue Grass Reqlims ul Kentucky. tl)L I HAh5 RHAINS HIS (JIME. Washington. Nov. HI. - Itecently Prcs-sh-nt Itoow'velt took up with Internal Kewmie Commissioner John W. Ycrkc. K. publii an State Chairman Ernst and Congressmen Edward and ileiinett, of Kcntll. k. me Federal ap.ntlllcnt 1 m that ute 'i. -iy. are.uit of to, ronideiatenf he niinoum.il the follow - j uie ap'iiitmeiit4 for Kentucky to he' cl.n live ut tt.e expiration of the terms of t ro- pt -. r.t ::v.'ot.iM lit Wm 'i D'Sritg. of Fl nungshutg. to he H Sum. r of the port, if I t V lof. V ice I M !.it I .1 I,.-. IX 1 !.-. "f . ill hfield. to If I'i I M.iin Marsha! f.i it, eW.nl.ro ili-trn I of h ..tm M . vi. AiM ion i .l-o . - I ,i ! .' (even li. Mm r p. ! he 1'i.ited Stat. Ma'ilal for the rii-'irn dis trict. I:,...

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. — 24 November 1905

Hoofs of Colts And Mares Hivcdcrs who inlciiit to exhibit colts mill liriMnl mures at tli shows tills full should lie rcmcnilicritiK Hint It takes 11 Iuiik time to grow mi i n liutlly cliiw1 iinrt broken liiKif. sn.vs Itrcetl rr's (inzette. We art' Just now In the period of the yenr when the pestilen tial flics devour tl stock (but runs In the fields, und especially in a season of plentiful rainfall It does nut take lone to smash the hoofs up In bail nhnpc. Then It In not possible to get them In shape HRiiln before It Is time to loud for the Jonrncy to the fairs. It In eitniordinury Hint no many tircctlcrs deem to full to understand vvluit a jrrenMiamllcnp h nIiiIi toed colt IiiImiik under In the show rin. An Dually e see him with little or no hoofs at all. It cost only a little to keep colts Hhoil fir these few week now. and it will pay ninny times over. Tlien there is the additional matter tl nit if a mlt Is worth showing at all be Is worth shoirliiK to the very best advantage, an...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 24 November 1905

L AN OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU! To get your choice of the latest and most attractive Millinery Goods at Cost, and even below the cost mark! W7 I i i The Misses Harrig, who have been engaged in the millinery business here for the last few seasons, have returned to Madisonville, and I have purchased their entire stock, consisting of the latest styles in pattern, trimmed and ready-to-wear hats from the New York, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis and Nashville markets, besides beautiful little baby caps, laces, ribbons and other millinery notions. Something About This Sale. This wonderful closing out .sole begins at once and will last until the entire stock is closed out. Come early ond get first choke. I want all of my friends to secure some article of value from this sale, and I believe it is large enough for all my friends both far and near to profit by it. This large stock of millinery is NOT OLD, MICLr-WOKN, OUT-or-DATE GOODS, but new. up-to-date, stylish millinery, bought for this fall 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. — 24 November 1905

;Y!."lft ! .mm .il ' ! r I i ; ! I .'i t "i '; : : i .i .i c - ' ill Cbc Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enured an tMsfind. class, mutter July 15. lisM, at the iKwtofTtce Rt Mnriun. Ky.. umler Act of Con Km of March II. 1X79. FRIDAY, NOV. 2. l.X)5. " " """" of the false prophet, the who has more tonpie than He-ware iniliviiluu! mind. 1 H ' itself abroad hut puckerelh much when roasted. I IWI .Oll.li,.! It. , !,. linirm I' Wltl.lll ll.l Now for the general improvement and development of Crittenden county and its capital. I'rone to err, yet deep in the human heart there is u spark of the friendship that bound lamon to I'ythias. The friends of lion. K. T. Franks in his home county are gratified to learn of his reappointment as collector for the second district of Kentucky. .1 I-et there be no taint on your affec- !he ap.K.intmen of former State tins, ,m.ro.na , lhl. c. I reasu er I.e.,. W Long, of l.eitch held...

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. — 24 November 1905

We Have Tried to Serve Yon Well. V 3 Tt I Set 3TV 2. MSJcncb Cnilottj) Clothes J G, jar V2w ' I i hi i j, r .... j f JjtjjX it t i .10 in UT want to serve you better, and by this time next week hope to be in our new quarters, "The Masonic Temple," where we will be able to show you the best selected line and the best values ever shown in the county. "Sterling" Clothing for Men And "Perfection" Clothing for Boys Is in every way what their name implies, tailored on the the bench and finished by hand, which makes them shape rctuining, and our line of Dress Goods, Waistings, Cloaks, Purs, Underwear, Hosiery, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Carpets Drug gets, Rugs, Neckwear and Suspenders is unexcelled. See Our Line of School Shoes Before You Purchase. Do You Want the Best Shoes Made? If so the W. L. Doug las for men and the Duttenhoffer for ladies are the kinds to call for. They cost you no more than the others of a much more in ferior quality. Try them and be convinced. Childrens'Shoes A Specialty....

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. — 24 November 1905

'i'.j III . M i. m . i ' hi ; s f . .1 ir J 1 1 ; i I A Living Monument. If we were to assemble all those who have been cured of keart disease by Dr. MJJcs' Heart Cure, and who vonld to-day be in tlveir graves had not Dr. Miles' been successful in perfecting; thit wonderful heart specific, they would pop ulate a large city. What a remarkable record a breathing, thinking, moving monument, coiiikm'i1 of human lives, that lor which every other earthly josscMon is sac rificed. The Miles Medical Co. re ceive thousands of letters from these people like the following: "I f.-.-l In, 1. .!,!.,! to tlir- TV. Mile Itfrtrl Cura l r my ltf 1 il.-strit to rati lhi ull.iilion of oth m puff'iinc m I dul ti ll.i! i.nurk.il.l" rvimsly for th lu-art. For a long time 1 hail auffrrtd from fliortni-.s.s of tu.-utli after any HUM exTtion, ji ili'itutlon of t it lusirt; unit at limin terriMp pmn In tin ration of tint hi-:irt. so H.-rioun tl.nt 1 f.-nriHi that I would n time (Imp ilra.1 mon the HtnrL (inn 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. — 24 November 1905

jIAVELERS DOME COSTIVE! The erun.re in dirt and drink ing water, the motion of the cars, the irreg ular haViiti of travelers, no matter whether they travel on business all the time or (or pleasure occas- i iatty, usually result in a con- hated condition of the bowels I some stomach or bowel trouble. Larders ihould always have bottle of r. Caldwell's lyrup Pepsin Ink iLf in. It ! pltaaant liquid lai- Liic and certain Curs for lick held- kttt, Iriin IK knew tad all ttomick Imilile. lour drufgut tells in 10 I -r4 and One Dollar bottles. I ar r iMf lIMIltnfa Atg , Treeella Wu lor the hslik rrrmlrr Trpewrftet ta. write win irateiing taruuga wte itiiuM. la rruacr ihi, i iu a erver. ma AruM Itwligeatioa Thar we. a. eawa al bud, M I Wea tuBeriag tejrlHf iMfMnllkwMMIbtltwMtlt Caul f u. RiiwiVNaitlMHUH IIMVMuaaa k aeai. I tw 4m a4 m rne4 M aaMt aaS I awl M Mi aaw that whet 1 mm ee. I , I as ef wltfcoat butt,. f ft r rip hmll if fl. I (swarter II M MaralUl M mt rr tnik tad d talking muiihi aw ...

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. — 24 November 1905

f If's Qualify Thai SatnsfBes 1 ii 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 me smallest prorir. une good arricie is worth more man two inferior articles :-:We Will Risk Our Reputation Behind Our Goods and Prices NECKWEAR AND SHIRTS FOR MEN. All of the Idlest styles of Ties for men can be found tit The Pdlute and we sell that cvcr-welcome brand of Shirts known as the ( luett Peabody 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 tool and t hilly mornings remind us that we shall soon hove to don our heavier ( lolhing. We have the best Pall Underwear ever sold in Marion, and the prices will suit you. Never fail to call at The Palace and see them. HATS PRICES $1.00 TO $4.50. The fall seasor calls for the Woolen Hats and the laying aside of the Panama and Straw Hats. Whe...

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 December 1905

DIE VOLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., DECEMBER 1, 1905 NUMBER 21 RCU1T Oil FINISHES WORK Through in Time lo Take Thanksgiving. THE TERM A SHORT ONE brand Jury Busy I'nlll Last Day ol Court-Great Deal ol Detail Malteron Hand. usls disposed at dirinu tiki Th ii kct for Ihf Nnvrmlier term f court lMNf n short one. the court lit through iln uual routine of tiut-an-t and lir.mhi"! the work it had t ! Wfiliii--i.'iv M't of the ruLn on "I'-'mI were if liini' l nii.l the court c.iinrrtiillfl it.-lf i.u witH'ii up in time f..r Thai k -fc'll Iflg . 1 he grand jury had arrest ileal of ftiiil tii iMi r p,it Im f.i it f-r rinil rmtf n :n, 'I hot iiitu t -!- itt m -i'n a.,..! '.he Ui 1I14V of court Amofig the i oii m .nw ciilih ra.- the following w,rc ,li-. nf I ommoiiweulth m I liar lie lln'it. rivitg liiiuir to iiii'i'ir. ilitr.i"i-l. Su'll V. SUllliUfd Oil t . m 1 1 ..ill v . peikllihg ml without lurfiM- In i fined f five other rae being fil.-l away Same v l' Im ah (m rsgc t om psny fo...

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. — 1 December 1905

SicK Headache IWTien yoitr head aches, there Is a storm in the nervous sys tem, ceneriti in the brain. This irritation produces pain In the head, and the turbulent nerve current sent to the stom ach causes nausea, vomiting. This is sick headache, and is dangerous, as frequent and prolonged attacks weaken the brain, resulting in loss of memory, inilamniation, epi lepsy, fits, dizziness, etc. Allay this stormy, irritated, aching condition bv taking Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Fills. They stop the pain by sooth ing, strengthening and reliev ing the tension upon the nerve J not by paralyzing them, as do most headache remedies. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills da rot contain opium, morphine, chloral.cocainc or similar drugs. "Flrtc hMdn'.e In hereditary In nif firmly. Alv fatlirr puflvred ti irrejit di al, and (or muny years I have h id spells tliat wrc no ncl rr that I was unable to ntiiiul In my business affairs for a day or k i at time. 1'urinK very rerv an ik of lie:nl:ichi, I twlc lr. Miles' Anl...

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 December 1905

THE BROWNIES HAVE ARRIVED IN MARION! IOLDHICKORYJ re Calling on All the Principal Business Firms -in the City-Will Remain Over Next Week and THE ONLY HOME-MADE CGUNTRY-STILL-HOUSE CORN WHISKY TO BE HAD IN FIFTY MILES OF the Rest of Hie Story to be Told in Our Next Issue. MARION Rv ,J w tllKN l-ulm.-r IlruwiiM-M iniiiit. Made up lux f n mi 1 that it was proper T.i t.ll id.' rt.r tl f -. Jk . Hi- irniil have thought it was u juku I., nhclit tlir t'.nn in which vmi live Ami this is why this rhyme I give in "U. mi'l I will vouch it truth '!'.; .-.!;!;'.! all, in ui:e or youth. Thi- lirownii-s tim.li" )'ir town a visit Tin- date's n..t mi rary. is it? Ami il their trip ynu'll k unity read up In ull tin- nil p.) liy wlm Ii thry h-ad up, Ynu'll li urn rnuri" profitable thing Than those f which "M Palmer sing. I trll )mi where tin')' made rt pay To liiy the things tin y if"' I'1"1 Also I hi' things they chanced to see An here and there thry wandered free In mimhu-f, interest ami g lee- Ami ...

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. — 1 December 1905

Cbc Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. MS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entf-rrd an mvond-class matter July 15, llLi, at thcpoHtotTiccat Marion. Ky.. under Act of C.in row of March 3, 1S7H FRIDAY, DEC. 1, 1005. The deficit of the national treasury which was fiM.OtK i.ihio last fiscal year, will be very much less this year, says Secretary Shaw. Several contest notices have been filed in Caldwell county, and it may yet depi ml upon the decision of the court as to who the duly elected candidates were in the recent election. The editor is thankful that he still lives; the (office) devil is not. The typewriter's star is still Luna and the typos are thai.kful for their new quar tersthe editor hasn't any, to say nothing of dollars. We are able to roast our own pota toes and get them out of the lire, but consistency is a jewel, you know, and when we are expected to roast potatoes for others and get them out of the fire, too, that's the limit. The Demo...

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. — 1 December 1905

The Cash Stoke O You know the yarn about the chop with the monkey-wrench, he gave the right twist with his wrist charged IOc for tightening O the nut and i54.90 for knowing how to do it. We know how to do it in Dry Goods, Furnishings, Notions, Shoes, Hats and Clothing. OOOO We have a stock, with Cash Prices, this season that makes other stocks look yellow, because there is too much of the "know O how" credit We can't get big prices and big trade at the same time, and we are out for trade. We can quote you better prices O on better goods than ANY REPUTABLE HOUSE, because we sell only for cash. i J J All the Beit Calicoes ... Brown Domestic Quilt Lining - Apron Check.Gingham ... Cotton Shirting Cotton Batting Hope Bleach Cotton Cotton Flannel . . . The Best Outing Cloth These goods are all cotton, and we can afford at these prices because We sell only for tovh. to 1.2c 5c 4c Sc 5c 5c l-2c 5c 9c sell Come in and see our Dress Goods, Silks and Trim mings. They are cheaper than you will ...

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. — 1 December 1905

YOU OWN YOUR HOME? TitS TitS TitS TitS TitS TitS K TitS TitS W W Wt mJ. ft. 8 S g How Mr. Nickerson 8 I Was Won NOTICE '!'!.! .N ii ivi'i - n-- li.ni lii ii hi.T . ' I - Sl.T.lil Mini aili.ni'i-l TIi.i. I Illul'S ll.'illi.'il lii ii I 'in1 Hi h .'II., ;i Ii i i' .1.1 .ill .nil l'rinii lil.lv ' in I In- i.::;i,i'. . . , l . II' '-' g To My Frieiuis cind Cusroiners JVlnlrliliis w ;l - mi : Hi' wuiilil 1 1 ml in. mil i W.l.i UI'I'i' Hilly lll'I'IV. g And the Public in General. ill I I II f 1 1 r. ::'i'il l.y II I'll lull ill 111 "Mil v. I . liilmr J-.;,i:i! uri ili-I "iril I ;i Ii r ! Iin in.i.!i'il fur M i - Marl.le. li'-.lil.V. '.I lli.il tin' Kirl Ii. Ii lew. He u.is li'lll iilnl li.nl 11. . 11 llir 'lull :n ihi jiii'l. low ill 11 clin H'iiU : 1 1 fur. Ainu -, lini-i1 u X!i-ki t'soii " ;ii Mi- :il. vl(i lUiu'lnl II. I'll,' ii;-. M -r .... heje. Mr. Ni. i.. I'-.m mill u.il miiM In- ill telle. lii.il alii) l.y :ill lne.iii l,1ii;it ll.niii' ; ; 1 1 ft I ii l;-t ,.f his f.m.r Hi1 ii ii...

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 December 1905

i Oil in YOUR MIRROR Whaiwouldyou (rive to be rido( those riimjilei and b'ackhcadt, that sallow com- Iilcxion, those ustrcU-si eyes? No doubt you would L'ive W centjtobecured i ,f (-.nut i nation. troubles, itidiucstion and i...... 3i i.er rui cii inese u ' i ' J I p." S,rj anil your complexion I dear up like nn April day fr a shower. Take r. Caldwell's lyrup Pepsin T11K SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON X, FOURTH QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SEHIES. DEC. 3. Tfat of h Uuon, Mrh. ,, y,,, Mt-morr vra, n, ao-Uoldrn Tml, Mall. ;iit04MoBWII.f ,.,. pared r Hf . H. Hiram.. f.r...,rrl,l,l,',, l,y,,r,n .rr AM,.,.tll)B , The lire .r N.irmiiiii iiiuinn,.,i ti. meaning 'ri(i i)ll(1 .),, cUUltrt ,)f houih," ft In iM. ,Mt ,,, ...i i.i . dlllli illllc ihJ uVourutccmcnts-ninl incy were jr ni,i,y.. j. ,),, Joy ami Hlr. nil, In tlf. i,,,r,., jHViiW returned to J'ViiIi (, aecompimlcd hy cnpiaui in if urn,- nnd horsemen ami Willi niithtlt,- P.ohtali, w lint wan ' ""' ""'U'l Wlf Willi (1f III!. illy, tic spent tree ,n,H ...

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 December 1905

y 7 saasstsiK: III 1 lit- ff V '!.:!',. ' M If s Qualify That- Satisfies And you will find the best in every linee of goods we handle. We do not seV 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 tjrHcles :-:We Will Risk Our Reputation Behind Our GoocEj and Prices ; t ; ,j i i; r Wime : . !..; f i ( 'I ' '! V . : i ;';r 7:!. ,S ii!: ::: 1 s I:' a a JU i 4 1 1 'a I . i.j : v r NECKWEAR AND SHIRTS TOR MEN. All of the latest styles of Ties for men can be found at The Palace and we sell that ever-welcome brand of Shirts known as the ( luett Pcabody a shirt that will wear twice as long as other brands. Have you ever worn one? If not come to The Palac e. HATS PRICES $ 1 .00 TO $.50. The fall seasor calls for the Woolen Hats and the laying aside of the Panama and Straw Hats. When you want a new Hat come to The Palace. Only the best brands at prices to suit you. M...

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 December 1905

' A Jfariusr, Jno., ftfteHKlEii IBraiML OLUME 2. OMMERCIAL CLUB MEETING Jew Officers Elected For the Next Year SEVERAL OFFICERS ABSENT Reeling Its I Most Interesting ind Profitable One and Pronlses Brtgnt future mm of takiols comnris Officer and member of the Commer aal Club met Tuesday evening, Dec. 5, n thr lobby of the post office building an adjourned session, lhreclor M. Freeman. C. II. Whitehouae. and C K Wrl-fc-n er Keaent. C. S. Nunn. H 11 Xavre and ("has. F.vsns slawnt. President T. II. Corhran. First Vice President T. A. Prasee. Second Vice CmiKii-flt R. I. Nunn. Treasurer Geo. at. Cn-tec and IVrctary Jaa. F- Chit-W-rxlen wrr present. Meeting a called to wtW by PrrahN.t l-o. bran ami on account of the minute book of furmrr meetings having burned in the Ire of March 2Hlh and the inf-imiul tale of affaire that etisled since that dste. the reading of minutes ws sns ponded and roll called. Twenty-one memliers out of seventy -one that had joined the rluh prvr to last Marrh answ...

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 December 1905

7 -i 1 i I" ! Pointers For Christmas Buyers t ! ''l ' - ( M -if J. Ml if: i !' I It i iir ill J i i! 111 ' f I ! f t ,1 l BED ROOM SUITS Prices Range Prom $13 to $55 Large Sales and Small Profits is our Motto OAK DRESSERS We have a splen did line of Dressers. All the latest and best patterns, well made and built of OAK OFFICE CHAIRS. COUCHES Leather, Pantasole, Valore. Our Prices are Right. We handle Wall Paper and Paints that carry a world-wide reputation. Undertaking a Specialty Nice Hearse at all times. Desks to suit your Fancy. IRON BEDS We gurantee every one of them BEST MAKES LAREST PATTERNS Prices $3. up. IRON RUGS AND CARPETS We carry o Pretty line and we arc sure to please you. And the ARABIAN CARPET Is a wonder. It was never sold In the city before. DINING ROOM Furniture Tables, Chairs, Safes, Side Boards, Cabinets. Anything you want All in oak. ROCKING CHAIRS Our line is complete and every piece is Solid Oak. Prices $1 up to $10. They mean comfort as well as durability. S...

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