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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 November 1907

F m W U iii i " " i u . ft mE A. T 4 i tho meeting. Wm. Wooldndge is visiting in Livingston county. Kev. C. T. Boucher has just from Christian county. J. M. Androws i in businoss at this place. Jake ThoinaaOti, 0! Kansas, is baek at his old homo again, H- 13 in delicate health. fr Men's Suits MmsrMdy . . $3.75 to $15 The best fits in tailor suits at any price. Young en's MSuits Of the same quality at a little less price. Knee Suits, good goods, $1.25 to $5.00 and they are bargains. Women's Coats All of our babies', children's, misses' and ladies' coots arc ncu. Babies' .75 to $5,00; Misses' $1.25 to S7.50; Ladies' $2.00 to $15: latest styles, etc. 'Everything to Wear." TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT GERMIN RESULTS Many a Kentucky Citizen Knows How Sure They Are. Nothing uncertain about the work of Doan's Kidney Pills in Kentucky. There is plenty of positive proof of this in the testimony of citizens. Such evidence should convince the mot skeptical sufferer. Head the following statement:...

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. — 21 November 1907

-"W ' "T-- fil i i VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 21, 1907. NUMBER 25 FIFTY MILLION DOLLARS In Panama Canal Bonds to be Issued by Government. New York, Nov. 18 Hankers, laptalists and financiers hero goner a.iv approvo the notion of Secretary Crtclyou in issuing $50,000,000 Panama bondB and 9100,000,000 i .t.ficaus of indebtedness for the r rf of the financial stringency. llf issue, itts the general opinion, n und to have beneficial results in t' u' it will immediately relievo the i ncy and the premium on . l 1'utting out thi government j r 1 1 y in small denominations is n h 4 move. It is bolievcd, as it u attract from its hiding place ,. . h of the currency which has been ki n out of circulation by the timid I Mtor. aohington, 1). C, Nov. 17. etary of the Treasury Cortolyou ..hi made an important announce- t that as a means of allording r to the financial situation the department would issue " i i uiHJ,u00 worth of Panama bonds , ? 100,000,000 worth of of i...

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. — 21 November 1907

nnnw. nBBBS) T I, Detn A Bean J;A Hagt il T WorUv Jack- .Ma.xleld L D liraatUr W P emmcrrili Mary Hyao Jane Long Richard L !: G Hetltr H S DriTtrs H array Clarfc Mr- Vaa v!ohaMa W H Crow Uolla Bowll W B Nation Mrs Henry C Lamb Mrs Faunie Kooo J T Wofford K V FraaViin Kaymath Thtirtuan G X Brooks C L Hieklia V J DuncaH A II WalW Keott Paria Marthh Bac3 .1 N Johasoa J K Caiueudaa J 1 Braatley J R AYalkar i: II I! SexU Mrs'H&lcSpajka Mrs W W Gmbhe llodge FritU J WFarr. f g& ; 4$H- ROLL OF HONOR. .IjoTS The Following Have Paid or Renewed their Subscriptions Since Last Report. Tex a. C.ty City Csl Kj Ky Ky ill Ky Ky Kau City Ky Ttzas La Ky Ky 1 T Ky Texas City WJP J r ii'ri - x i G. B. SrU iumI or Solinh 1iiviiiveivt is unsurpassed It penetrates and relieves pain very quickly-needs very little rubbing ana does no! leave a scar or blemish. An antiseptic remedy for thrush, fistula and any abscess. PRICE 25 50c 6 1.00 SloansTreolise on Horses Ccle Hoqs end Poultry" 5en Free Address ...

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. — 21 November 1907

-!- F'f ' tJUAAAAAAAAA .A. .A. JlL Jti. l .A. .... sWUl J JU JlU J aJL L f J JJflUjL astst as! JLi JkLL feLJMkttMM asast JUMk 44i4,44444,4i,,l,Ml4444 4 When the Hair Falls Then It's time to act! No time to study, to read, to experiment! You want to save your hair, and save it quickly, too! So make up your mind this very minute that if your hair ever comes out you will use Aycr's Hair Vigor. It makes the scalp healthy. The hair stays in. It cannot do anything else. It's nature's wcy, Thn br.t kind ot a trxtlmonlal "Hold for ovir sixty yir " Kt4.fr J L Aj.r Co . J.ow.11. Alio m.nunoiur.r. or A smrBii.u. HI 1 5 yers CIIIKRt PICT0WAL Newspaper Suspends Atlnr A Thousand Years. l.oudou, linglnnd, Oct. 2.1 The report that ths Peking (Usette has beo speaded nican (bat the oldest aowpapiT in the world ha HiiSrrad this fate. Started so Inujr affo a 911, it was then a monthly. In 136! it became a weekly, At the bujrinniug of the laat century a daily, and latterly m "latterly tfoes in China It ...

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. — 21 November 1907

i'i t: ! : L H WW"11"' I You Can be i "Jyr Winter Clothes Suits Overcoats Pants JQ, 7 '"LA M: IKirf pM; Efjc Cnttcnfccn S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publtiher. finally a day was named and we aa second-class mattar I una iota. , ... t lb poatoBcs at Marion. Kr undsr tb Act ot ed forward to It With the JtJOtt CMTftsa ol March jrd. im . , TBftMS OF SUBSCRIPTION TSJCTLT CAS III AOYASCS. flWSlS COStSS Wlilw. ...... ... t nmufc aail4 to aa? s44rtts .1 ibmmIm . SMMlM ' e fijvart TMtafS OF SUBSCRIPTION It .OT TklV CAS I ADTASCt. SUfl eopiei mailed I month Dialled to wit addins S month '5 I i yaat J I THURSDAY. X0. i'i, HU7. i Notice to Subscribers, W'q have decided to adopt one uniform rule and price ou tlie in the future. Instead oi advancing the price to$l.uO on credit, we will adopt SI. 00 cah tu advance exclusively. Says is Not to Blame. In Mr. Hryan'i speech at Laf Ind., ho made the following remarks' ou the finauoial condition and its cause: "The common people and not the Wall-street gamb...

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. — 21 November 1907

"wi ui r.i r vrti. nnnn vaiufs S AND PLEASE YOU TOO OTflW 1'. W.NnDu.dfDiim. Pro Bnildnt? 'Mr- (ivorge ii niiMiter Pio in Botou and little Annie ar visiting No hunt lug allowed OB m; farm. AiUrt Blkius. Mi Vtn iieCoH wlio h visit- I ids in thU eitr left Monday for lor MU Sto Gilbert "put few homo l Nmj. dav laot wrk itJ. M". Ho) Gilbert of StarttK Milch KioroDoo and Csrotji lire spending thU woo); at thtir homo in Corydoo. MIm Alnodn Hedge of SmrgU wa the guest of 31ie Ion l'nee a few days last week. Mr. A. S. Caiman ami little daughter, Zula spont Thursday with friends at Gladstone. W. I). Uannan attendod a baiupiot in llondnrson last Wednesday night given in honor of Mr. II I Barrett, past Grand Master or the Masonic Lodge. Mrs. II. Ii. Ormo who lias boon visiting horMsters, Moodamo, J., W. Hltionnd II. K. Woods, loft Thurs-day for I'uiiMitown. Huftis Torry, who has a position in Chicago is oxpootod homo to spend Thanksgiving with his paronts Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Terry. Mrs. .J. M. ...

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. — 21 November 1907

H5L a&4ipg3 ? . i . i.'vanmm ii ., K. MHi. UMlintom9 .1 5X - OflifliOfli DRIVES IT HIIIIIMtlllllllllllllI!lMIIII!liniHIMIIIMIIIIIIMI1l!!UIIIIIIIIII!l1llll!!IIHtllllIIII!lll!inillllllllIlllillllllllllllllirilllllllI!lg C INTO HIDING r Why is it that when you hear tin name of a businens mlliw you always O n.Vlhood and Emulsion are 5 wonder f it ia nsk'ood a mhool as r " it not btciuse tills school h.ts a " " "v Over 250 calls for bookkeepers, 5 Vast Amount of Escaping 4 linked together. Property reputation tor nulnuininz superior f X . and ographeri telegraph operators during Taxation. courses of study In all departments, and H its graduates find employment with the S7,?& fW. is i the past ten montlis. Scott's Emu!" leading business houses, railroads and Over 500 students annually, eight s takes who The girl Daiits teachers and 50 typewriters nuke this S Impossible to Force Men to Assess of rich, red blood; she is has plenty sion Some Kinds of Property Under INDIANA'S GREATEST...

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. — 21 November 1907

rV 'j&X Agonies Of Never fire up, and think that all women, ourell included, have to iiificr pain. Thouianda ol women have writ ten to tell how they hac cured their womanly Ills, and relict cd their pains; and our a Million hate been benefited, In various oilier forms of female disease, dur In the past 50 jears, by that popular and successful female remedy WINE OF CARDUI WOMAN'S RELIEF "1 believe I would now have been dead," wrllea Mrs. Minnie Lambc, of Lebanon Junction, k'v "if it hadn't been for Cardui. bad suffered with bad crarnplnf spells, pains In my back, sides and arms, and awful bcarlnjfdown pains. .Now theie pains have all gone, as a result of using Csrdul." At All Druggists writu tor frph advice. ntntlnK no nn lei riling to LatUtt Adt ry Drpt , j no i nni'iinooKU .Mcumno lu, Clmttanoofa. Tcnn. K. 2'J Tho Postmaster of GiiBconndo, Mo., Daniel A. Hugh, says: "I cannot nay tx much for your Kidney & Bladder I'll!. I feel like a now man." De- A sore Ihroofl Is a " TTlr...

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. — 21 November 1907

N I S V k. V5 ' Vi J H. TvT " raf3?wflsptraBK 3 ' v"-- LEVMS. A. J. Henley has sold his place and expects to move soon. Some few are killing hogs this week. The Keystone mines arc doing" a fine business. The finest and most abundant mineral in its history is now being raised. Charley Uealmear and -Miss .Maude Threlkcld visited friends and relatives near Caldwell Spring Saturday and Sunday. .Mrs. 11 A. Laliuo and children visited relatives in Salem Sunday. Some few case of children pox in the neighborhood which slightly with the attendance of the school. Percy and Corbin Taylor, of .Ma rion, arevisitiDg relatives and friends in this section. Telegraphy. Twenty-three railroads have asked the Bowling Green Business University ior telegraph operators and one road alone has offered to take all the Graduates this Institution can turn out. For further information, ad-dross Bowling Green Business Bowling Green, Kentucky. 251-3 XEW SALEM. Old Mr. Moran is on the sick list. Eighty per cent, o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 November 1907

J . - M J-. kii i ! " 1 Hi I i l? ' a lTPS "rr "rT"'" "W1 " Vfc " LEWS. A J. Henley has sold his place and expects to move soon. Sonic few arc killing hogs The Keystone mines arc doing" a fine business. The finest and most abundant mineral in its history is now being raised. Charley Dealmear and Miss Maude Threlkcld visited friends and relatives near Caldwell Spring Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. 11. A. Lalluc and children visited relatives in Salem Sunday. Some few cases of children pox in the neighborhood which slightly with the attendance of the school. Percy and Corbin Taylor, of Ma rion, are visiting relatives and friends in this section. Telegraphy. Twenty-three railroads have asked the Howling Green Business for telegraph operators and one road alone has offered to take all the graduates this Institution can turn out. For further information, ad dress Howling Green Business Howling Green, Kentucky. 28-8 NEW SALEM. Old Mr. Moran is on the sick list. Kighty per cent, ol the corn cro...

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. — 28 November 1907

"jUK i a ffifX J If nitt JfcjtrMte 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 28, 1907. NUMBER 26 SOCIATION TOBACCO ol 1900 Aggregate Close to irec Thousand Hogsheads lliam Klliott, who landed in York Friday, is the recipient ny congratulations today on the iant success which attended his ts to place the association the British market. The trip been very beneficial to Iiiin and there is a spring and vim iui which are positively juvonilc. n all he succeeded in placing ul three thousand hogsheads of lJIOtt crop. Corydon with Kill hhcads and Clay with 174 being additional lots for which a deal been urtually completed. Cor- i minor details remain for settle- nl but they are not such as aro ciy to in auy degreo affect the a i Altliougn tnc prico is not v n out, it is known that a good M was obtained and that the 1 aTo goes iuto the hands of morohauts in the old country t will distribute it as is the t (ih fashion. Mr Klliott remarked that his first i tj tiou was daoidedly hostile,...

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. — 28 November 1907

rv tllmfam Mtmtb Mttm VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 28, 1907. NUMBER 26 ASSOCIATION TOBACCO Crop ol 1906 Aggregate Close to Three Thousand Hogsheads William Klliott, who landed in n Vork Friday, is the recipient f many congratulations today on the ' rillunl success which attended his '..rts to place the association the British market. The trip u boon vory beneficial to liini butt . and there is a spring and vim Mtn which are positively juvenile. i'i all he succeeded in placing , ut three thousand hogsheads of l'.iOti crop, Corydon with 100 heads and Clay with 171 being . additional lots for which a deal - licen virtually completed. i i uiiuor details remain for settle- ,nt, but they are not such as are m ly to in any degree aifect the - iU. Although the price is uol ..n out, it is Lnown that u good tit was obtained and that the ' .voo goes into the hands of com- i --ion merchants in the old country w ,. will distribute it as i.s the 'i fashion. NI r. Klliott...

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. — 28 November 1907

WIU". - v25ffPflPj t r - T "WF P3J - V W"W"' -Vf", i "" 1Vp t ! ' I For Every Dollar You Spend at Our Store You Get 100 Cent's in Merchandise, and a Chance to Get $50.00 : Worth of Dry Goods, Which We are Going to Give Away. J i.'.- ( i .- v &&). 9GA' kQh tff jSgTtt, j."i ,rw sfttr ' 2S& 1 I kT szzef Winter is Here and You Need Cloaks and Furs. VVc linvc tlicm in several stales and sizes. Dress Goods, Mohairs, Cheviots, Broadcloths, Serges, Silks, Etc. VVc have a prcltv. linn of Cancocs, Ginghams, and Outing Cloth. Our prices arc Right. Hosiery, Heavy Underwear, New Belts, Collars, Combs, Fascinators, Etc. We Will Accept Checks Made by persons who have a balance to their credit in either of our banks, in payment for goods bought of us. We Sell noil Gunruntco Hi stockists I ft nT I Hogwallow News. (Kontuckian) One ot the inoit important ol a local nature around is the iact that 1'oko Kazley ! buildint: u now log house on Musket Ridtro. It will be located on a gontlc risj ...

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. — 28 November 1907

w For Female Ills You should take, for female llli, a medicine which act on the female orgam and function. Cardul li not a maa'a medicine. It la for women. Its pure, heal lof, curative, vegetable Ingredients, go direct to the womanly organs, relieve their pain and In flammatlon, and build up tbclr itrcngth. , "Tongue cannot tell," writes Miss Nola Smith, of Sweetscr, lad., "what WINE OF WOMAN'S RELIEF , ha done for me. I am nn my third bottle and am so much bet ter. Ilclore I began to take Car i dul, I could not do a da' work. Now I can work all da. Mother took lour bottles of Cardul before confinement, got along tine and has been real strong eer since." At All Druggists WKITI' roR run' advici:. .iM I - i i k ' U I fi l "f't, 1 i xiK M- i ' Chut i .1 ...i. l.nn. I. 0 Tlu PonlmnntiT of Cnsomndo, M , Daniel A. Hugh. '' "I cannot iwy too much for your Kidney & Madder I'iIUj, I fi'fl like a new man" D- Witt's Kidnev & Madder Pill arc m.ld by J. II Urine A stitch in lime saves ni...

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. — 28 November 1907

leil aErf ' ' -'-T- .fVJ tjjKttpu i tyfT"" w '&; .. -.- regrw Trip w; ;wu' '" vCvfj kHK$HE$HES&CT "- -- . r H JC MK Sjj( SMj V W " " , , Your Check is Good Here. - c -Ti jB it IT. i You Can be Suited Here in Winter Clothes Suits Overcoats Pants -3 VH;r T-- TwB" 4 r.sv. ,1 ea ZTJjc Cn'ttcnbcn S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered eeondlati mailer 'unertth i5", at the pottofhee at Marion. Kr u.dr tn Act of CcigrMt of March ird. TBKMS OP SUBSCRjmON STMCTtV CAUI III ADV4.C. Slnetoeoa cana i Mtik mU4 lo tar 4drai 2 MMMkS -. imt r:::::::: TBRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION ir .or rai.cM. im advance. SiBSl.MlM MlM i .Math mailed to any addre f moathi " " ' l jer TUURSbAY. NOV. 2, 1907. Of .11 ti o 1.00 .. oj - $ -. rs 1.50 Notice lo Subscribers, Wc have decidod to adopt one uniform rule and prico on the Record. 1'iirss in the future. Instead of advauoiug tho price to $ 1 . ." 0 od wc will adopt $1.00 onsh in adduce oxolusively. Thosewho koow thoir tiiuo has expired should call and ronow. ...

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. — 28 November 1907

'"! - '.V mMmMMmMMMmMMMtiMMMMMMMMMIMLMM 1 4 StvlP.t and Values Combined i aS aS aS aS aB aS aS aS aS aS aS as aS :9 ?S & A Question Answered ! CUSTOMER: Will that suit and-overcoat wear well ? SALESMAN: No; not particularly. Its rather poorly woven cloth and not made any too well cither. They do not fil as well as they should, and the price is high, but Taylor & Caiman at the Masonic Temple have a splendid line of suits, overcoats, cravencttcs and extra pants. Their price is quite low and they accept checks just the same as cash. Wi: GIVE VOU GOOD VALUES AND PLEASE YOU TOO Jar fckLaiiiiiiiK Ty y J&HaWy K Ira W?j of the week. P. S. Mai well returned Taeaday Boning from three week riait iu Arfmorc, I. T. Dr. I. II. Clement, Kageue Guoea and II. .). Mveni, of Toln, were in the oily Tuesday. 1 will take your eubtcription for any magazine, uow.papor, or published and enve you nionoy. 20 I Mahv V. Uajioo.v. Mr. H. I?. Wilson and two of hor ohildron are ill at their home near W...

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. — 28 November 1907

01 Em; tl F if; a Si 1 s I cc wi 01 tl DC bul offtS it cal ISc, mai owl ap ab fox corl ThJ 13 to 13 J fe'crl Fori JittI gucl Sad Lot ( fine I call I real Trl mail Shoo provj ny si entif evcrjg L.,.A- nciuu iirsttJ.TsL Jtft aSMaMuaJMmiia yfjSHlfffekjigff' "yyry -1 V""V5 7 m" T??t' ,k " . - , -- , , - t tttZVittSZZJZZmm . , "irfrx .ir - nare ? vswtarT'. Kiiirmiiiiriiiiiiirtiiiimiiiiifiimimi itiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii iimimimiiimtimiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiitiiiiiituiiq Grippe or Influenza, whichever you like " 4 to call it, is one of the most weakening V f diseases known. fr Scott's Emutsion, which is Cod jf Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily di 9 gested form, is the greatest strength-builder I'M J T 'IGbV known to medical science. It is so easily digested that it sinks into the system, making new blood and new fat, and strengthening nerves and muscles. Use Scott's Emutsion after Influenza. Invaluable for Coughs and Colds. ALL DRUGGISTS; 50c. AND $1.00. jf O4""O4"fr4fr4"O"f...

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. — 28 November 1907

j. p- i B I i i 1 ' Jl Nt , fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT T TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT t "4:- 7t TTTTTT,rTTTTT l l I V A.sk Your QwnDoctorl MJUVUWU2M... I 3 .f he tells you to take Acer's i hcrry Pectoral for your couth or bronchinl uMe, then take it. If he has t!nri better, then take tliat. ut wc knovfwhat he will sa ; f r doctors have used this v High medicine over 60 years. T ' ! Ati C lirr iV'tnr' ( t tilt mrt t flut tm I' t. t . h 1 ni.il I twnrv II U tli ,l i . cut- ii ! w i i id f r h . J i i I i ft 9m aim tr J V ATT To Lowell, !. a m 40iurr or A 7 MCSMMKIIU IIP'VQ ,,as Li t' O iuik MOOR Kcoi tho bowoli onan with onn of Avor h Hllln nt hncltliiio. Uifil ona. Honolulu Letter. ilil.. II I . .luh 21. I have I ti n to the Infernal Itegions and ' i. k. That u I uv3 been about as -. t them ai 1 rare to go. 1 n .lit say in this connection that it - tic f tin- mont bcautihil and trip I eer expect to take. ! I iitth' niter inland steamer, l m.i i i not such a boat as 1 would t -i to ride i...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 November 1907

-i J- . 8 i w f? m n 'i ' " - T "liW7.W"U$rrj BLACKFORD. Tradcwatcr is rising since the late rs!2. The farmers have begun to strip their tobacco around here. Born to the wife of Clark a fine boy Saturday night. A little child of Albert Prow has been very sick, but is now better. Warner Wilson left here for Mo. Sunday morning. Owen Roberts, of Mattoon, visited here Saturday. Mr. Joe Davis and family, who removed from Crittenden county to Texas several months ago, arrived here last week. Lige Hinklcy is having a nice well dug at his residence ou Main street. Several of our boys attended court at Marion last week. Mr. J. K. Vcach, former bridge foreman of the 1. C. railroad horc, is spending a few days at his old home at Big Clifty, Ky. The I. C. railroad company has reduced all labor forces to a small number on account of financial matters. borne time ai o little Johnnie Thompson, the son of J. B. Thompson, residing one-half mile north of horc, was instantly killed by the explosion of...

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. — 5 December 1907

ji aU c v. Body ot Woman Has Been Stolen. Sturgis, Ivy., Nov. 20. When tho grave of Mrs. Henry Dclancy. who was mysteriously murdered fifteen years ago was opened today it was found that the coffin containing the body had been removed and the grave refilled. Henry Delaney and Abbic Oliver were sweethearts hero fifteen years ago, It is claimed that Delaney accomplished the ruin of the girl and that her parents forced the marriage, the father threatening Delaney with dire vengeance if he did not marry the girl. Delaney and the girl drove from here to Morganfield, the county scat of Union county and the ceremony was performed there. On the way back the bride of a few hourswas mysteriously murdered by a party of boys who had come to the rescue of Delaney. Dclancy was arrested charged with the crime but he was aexuitted and still lives here. The body was buried here. Today T. O. Williams, of Evansville, came here to exhume the body to transfer it to another cemetery. When the grave was o...

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