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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 22 December 1905

I DANCING ILLY GOAT MICKEY FINN or I mi tin vllltil. M: by Krnoal Jarrclil ) vena ClirlHtiniiH eve, it ml I'atrlrk pioolun, the foremnu of the una Virln, litt'l ailintnniied a gorily npnny of lil frlt-ml l In die holiday aciinin and tin' nr ...... li-luli lurf frinii jltlM' town. A I'll-lli'l of tlila H :lt i . ihk I" I'11' Urt-plii. e !il I.- tint I uan Mrn piiiiiK iiM-ir upon th L,,t iw-oliga iiml III)' wind waa Ink JiUtiIik wlili 1 1 if aliuitrra J inly 1,111 olvly (.1 11 no. 1 1 1 1 m ti the Ihh- ,k Wali.li, tin- letter rurrlcr. a nf Irtali Ivy Hy linpilry from tit 1 1f Klulwrl v. who 'il I" lnHik nuiirllilliK liln alilna. Olrk I llllll (III' a.Vlllladli- 1111-11111111 of Hy l "I rllnu In thee" .Ttldy'a L II llnunrtlt Ulrr Imllialtal IIIIH i .:.-! .E-A.,';--t'l a mil ikai.ii amania ItWIK ' ara.r ai Irk lii'l l.ikrii ait autngi' of the lo annul Ion J in I thru Jaik lmlii. lit outliful ln-ir l Hi" liaiaa r-tatr. put In-". I InaUlr It Taller, nu I brum la lm- nanny? !W ai.i.w i fa....

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. — 22 December 1905

r p i q p i (r CLEARING Sale of SeosoinfiiMe (Goods! 1.UM1 w UL I" NOTE THESE PRICES IN order to close out our Winter Goods we have ladies' and children's 1,000 yards of rianneietts, decided to have a "Clean-up Sale" at a time of Wraps and Rain CoatS S W, lW g .d "? in on-when our MLsses mo quality for i,,, 5 eirorts will be appreciated by our customers and some A " 2.95 2,000 yards of Dress Ginghams lines of our winter goods will be sold. i0Lsi -the kind you will pay from I Oc waies a.au 3.95 .cscatanystorc-floinaotsc m Monday, December 18th, " mS " " j 2,000 yords of Best Calicoes, And continuing 10 days we will sell Winter Goods at unheard-of m 1. I " " worth 5c and 6c a yard any- prjCes. Merchants usually have these Clearance Sales in January DlanKeiS find lOmiGTtS 31 where, will be sold during the or February, but now winter has hardly begun; there will be lots of R6(iUC(l PriCCS sa,e a 4 l-2c cold weather, and you need the goods, so you should avail yourself this opportunity. ...

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. — 5 January 1906

IttEHCtEE JLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., JANUARY 5, 1906 NUMBER 26 rmt If CITY COUNCIL MEETS Special Session to Con sirier Saloon License more conscientious manner. Hi denk Mill Im found in tin city court room anil Judge Walker any t hut the ( u I I i i in general ami newspaper im-ri in par lii'iili.r, in' ever welcome. That we will have a good city admin istration iit nut tu be ili.ul.t i-il as the board anil all the otVn-i k arc filled u ith ini-n whom we believe will act from the Incline nf duty uml tight rather than I'm' i iiiiv selfish motive. JUDGE W. H. WALKER. Mitd Dug Scare. ; Then1 ha la-en a ureal deal of ex- citemeiit ill the Ci ayneville in-ighlmr- j hn-d in the last few weeks on bc- . ci unit of hydrophnhiu. A mail dog wan (through the country alaiut Pec. 2, I I. Hint; several di-gs al d some stisk.! l Matter ul Mijlit-Watthman Ills- it b.t three ,,. at . wo.iair.; f u ii I a dog ""d liclotigmg tu Lev. .1. M. tnssi:d Bui Minn Has Deterred ,,,.,., ,, , ,M.,nKI...

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. — 5 January 1906

- . - . t I ( i, 1 !i ; ! i la r t Periodic Pains. Dr. Miles' Ami-rain Tills : -e a in st remarkable remedy ; t the relief of periodic pains, ! ickactie, nervous or sii'k liead : he, or any of the distress i aches and pains that cause jmen : much suffering. As pa: l is weakening, and 1 ives t!.e system in an ex I.. usted condition, it is wrong t' sufl'cr a moment longer than r. . :cssary. and you should take t! ; Anti-I'ain Pills on first in 1. ation i f an attack. If take:; as directed yott may 1; -e en'.i e (.'ontidencc in their c ctiv civ ss, as well as in the f.. t that tliey will leave no tils it, eealilc af;er-elTects. hey c 'imin no morphine, o- ' .mi, cl.'oral, cocaine or other ' Mm::. d; ugs. ' r n 1 ' hIthm Hi1 !at l I I K I i .111' I t!iv s. y. Mil'" Irni) st I t V j ii. 'IT time I Im unff.-rd i IN nf l,.i. k.ii-li". Hint iit.-ri tti.ni r.iti rn.1tir ' ' ii ty ni'Mitii, ii: llir.' il ii . I huv ! tn n 1 .m llilng tliat 111' Ii !: f III CI I tii.. o' lr .M,.V Aiili.J'.lin ...

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. — 5 January 1906

iCIIOES FROM THE WORLD'S FAIR j Contributed by W. J. L. HUGHES ning a stick through it and then hold- I were weaving, the process bring rude 1 in the extreme and ao Blow that it i would exhtiUHt the patience of any woman among civilized people. She ! tied one end of the web to a tree a few j I feet from the ground and Hecured the , other end to her body by some means, (Concluded.) i of vandal hands. All the same I know ( and Hitting flat upoM the ground, aho j one pair of vandal hand that touched 1 shot the woof or tilling through, not he exHttion could not lie seen in a it. I walked around it and read from 1 with a Hhuttle but with a stick, and a week or a month. The palace of .the bell itself that famous inscription ; beat it up with another stick. Ihey arts alone would rcipiire weeks if that was cast with it when it was were making an excellent article of )ulil attempt to work ll inor- , mane, neuriy a ipiaricr 01 a century cotton cioin auoui nan a yarn in lily, and lie might pro...

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. — 5 January 1906

Cb Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enti-ri.l a.1' hwiiiuI-cU matLT July 1 l'.HI. at th IHHtolVk't' III Marion. K .. UI)M- Act of t'liri. gn'Mt uf Man h :l. 1S7I'. FRIDAY. JAN. :. I'.;. Out of 2X7 eases tleeiileil hv the court of appeals tlurinc the term just endeil, .l were tlismissed and 1M reversed. When nearly hall' of the cases that L'ti up are hei.l to have been derided wronir in the lower roruts, it isa some what si'iiilicanl commentary on the kin.l .it circuit jtnltfes that are lound , delightful to lose oneself in th beau in many districts. If law is a .set of ties .if literature, or puzzle the mind) codified principles, little judges as well ov,.r S(,lm. (1,sinise problem. For such lushigones ought to guess right once tm, outlav is small, the income large. in a while. Respect to Parents. W are point: to ohVr Mm. dear parent and teachers, a enlo-jt we idi i Id reii think so jn.tlv tlui- ou. It i on ...

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. — 5 January 1906

m v mm mm mm- mm mm mm v mm mm v mm v mm v s m - ' - - - - - ' - ' - ' - - - - ' - - I DESIRE TO EXTEND THE CompDimmteof tine Seasom AND to express my hearty thanks to the people of Marion and surrounding territory for the splendid patronage accorded to me during the past season. To show my appreciation in a substantial way, I shall do my very best during the present year to give my customers better bargains than can be had at any retail store anywhere. I buy the very best goods on the mar ket and sell them reasonable. When you need anything in my line come to me and 111 do you right. Marion, Ky. A. S. CAVENDER. MAM at I LITTLE RECORDS. Kifhafd J Morn. I-ntmt. M Flora Kyan returned from I f f tdnnille Sunday. jvS.lli. IU). of MrM.n. went ti ft nrrliKi Sunday. ) llae )iu anything you want to ' y n ad in INK khokii Richard J. Morris, Dentist. W. Stone wa III Fredollia returned from Monday Mis IM'IIh Filiate Inxon Saturday. Suit by the liurnl or otherwise prices the lowest MuKKH & ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 5 January 1906

WALKING THE NOTICE BEST IXM 9 9 I Tim Writer Thinks There Is i Mure Coniliislve lii Ucmd " iff & To My Friends and Customers And the Public in General. 8 DO YOU OWN YOUR HOME? In order to do myself, g justice I will on and after Jan. 1st, 1906, endeavor M g to do a strictly CASH BUSINESS. I will keep no j 5$ books. & Will Pay Cash for Country Produce g & I give this notice so no I will give you my cash prices later on, which will be & from 5 to 25 per cent, cheaper than the old prices. Jj 3 Thanking you, one and all, for past favors, and hoping to be able to save you something in the &r future, I am still p ft W. H. Towery, SHADY s S. R. ADAMS IRA T. PltR( r Si l g Adams & Pierce 8 MACHINISTS fit . iiiu i.iuvimivij uuu I OP All Repair work of all kinds jrivi-n pnimpt attention. Wd! pumps, steam pumps, pump fitting and all kinds of repairs $ handled at reasonable prices and satisfaction jniaranteed. MARION, . . . KENTUCKY, Fairbanks Scales Gas and Gasoline Eng...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 5 January 1906

JWNCEMENTS. INOIS CENTRAL R. K. I Jllinoia Central maintains Double ' f iTvire, and operates the licit of iwitli I tiniiiK Cars, Huffct-Libra-, Chair Cars and SI-ipintt Cars, Chicago, St. laiuis, Cincinnati ' " niHvill nouth to New Orleans. Ht road for reaching tht' Winter t resorts of tht south, including Orleans, Vlcksburg, iirt, Miss., Hammund, La. it.li (Iras nt New Orleans Feb. 27, r lulfrt ia a Mexican Gulf Coast t having 'I"1 new, flue '('rent ). rn" lintel. Kegtiliii K'ran atram 1 -ailing from Nrw Orleans for ii. t'ciitrul America, Panama, Indies Mini Europe. Send' or c ull r i -..riptivr mutter in regard to the PEBFE6T ASSIMILATION Havana Via. cw Orleans. .1114. CllliM, IK li"t H'Mched tlM .. Miiiom Central through service to (Itlraiis ami the to w iM-can lint r. i.w , nineteen knot S. S. Prince Arthur J i.g Srw Oi Irani every v nine-lay 4 .. m Mini arriving ut Havana at iji i-- r ri.liiy morning I II.. I r-. I.L I1..M-I i Hill iii) liiijki aim. I iui ma. Car without ihaugr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 5 January 1906

1 CLEARING Sale of Seasonable Goodls! NOTE THESE PRICES 1,000 yards of Fldnnc lefts, the regular 10, 12 1-2 incl 15c varieties, going at - - - 8c 2,000 yards of Dress Ginghams the kind you will pay from lot to 1 5c at any store going at gc 2,000 yards of Best ( alitoes, worth 5c and (k a yard any where, will be sold during the salCdt 41-2c 500 yards of all wool Trkos, the regular 25c quality, sale Pritc 19c TN order to close out our Winter Goods we have 1 decided to have a "Clean-up Sale" at a time of year when tlv goods are in season when our efforts will be appreciated by our customers and some lines of our winter goods will be sold. Beginning Monday, December 18th, And tontinuing 10 days we will sell Winter Goods at unheard-of prices. Menhants usually have these (learame .Salts in January or rcbriuiry, but now winter has hardly begun; there will be lots ot told weather, and you need the goods, so you should avail votir.se If this opportunity. Take advantage of this sale and you w...

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. — 12 January 1906

frftrt T ' 3H aafitt UME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., JANUARY 12, 1906 4 " NUMBER 27 Id at top ! of market jng lor Eighty Dollars! Per Ton I DECLINES I Capital Said To Be I nuking fur in Investment In Thb District In the Farly Spring birthday yesterday. ' I Mayor Breathitt was ls.rn in what in I'RODIIE UNIST ZINC IN STJlllI''"'" u" ""i"""' i'i'-. '"" "f " l landmarks of thin citv. on January , )anilifc' op M'.olK hie juhllat.t f .it they a pwar to he an indin tu tha( a O'fiMilcriilile ariVKint oil. ap- I kl i l.i.ru for inwst'netit nV' lldt. It is nrodV to it i v i- j nic U-eaiiM mere cautal and n. r '$ hal tt.c l' I I Ilea d. - o - Aeain ' l.a.e U-en n.I.i i.mio 'I trial t krtrral new mniiiaiiie win enter !h I here 10 thr sprit i(. With the it.hr t.f iiiiisir ant't. ahih!ha ttisuict r ii ts allra.lv atlirii and the il.-ces of I've n , dry pn " paratir-R 'liit N mc ti.stal'fs) in ttu ih-ltvt n a few yram will out nvai jopnn ami Ii IIht t'.ckk not irtilv in thr pr.slui tt.Hi of...

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. — 12 January 1906

you OWN YOUR r How He Cot Nest 8. 8. lUltaliil 9: WI..I ,.H , rrui.-uiU., v, U ' Wl KM "' M.injiiii llnrlp ,,, vi , ! )nir, ,, .,. g To My Friends and Customers Jf 1W l a r-v a V ft Ana rne pudiic in uenerdi. fn r.-HM nv,.r 1), OfhTB br lruiiliu,l ii'.i tn I ., rullr i. i.ii . '," H III,- m In order to do myself, my business and my friends g justice I will on and after Jan. 1st, 1906, endeavor rfV to do a strictly CASH BUSINESS. I will keep no K books. I 8 Will Pay Cash for Country Produce S I give this notice so no one may be disappointed. I will give you my cash prices later on, which will be t? . I .! . 1 . irom a 10 toper cent, cneaper man tlte old pnces. Thanking you, one and - - W F hoping to be able to future, I am still W. H. SHADY Adams ---.oj.ia i d SRA0A"S .RAT.P.CB(CH S3 MACHINISTS Mining Machinery and ft Repair work of all kinds k pumps steam pumps, pump fitting and a! kinds of repair- 8 t handlel at reasonable prices and satisfaction pr.arante,d. g f MARION, . . . KENT...

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. — 12 January 1906

icallonal Column W HUGH WATSON, Ldrtw. VOTE FOR PEGGY AND THE CHILDREN Contributed by J. N. TOWERY THE PAPER THAT MERITS YOUR CONFIDENCE. ll 1 K "'1 " W 'Vf , ? 1 i : J: i i tical things made practical arc rut thirty flrt of ihe sih.ail I ..0- " fv are many way ti kill tune, in form of teaching. Tear "tf the of pretense " nonentity will ts.lf. f. - 1 ,ut ih.- AL-hiMit i nmrly wit ii it. ... ..Ivanre VW W."" VI .,l.,l time for rctro-.. tion. What ; .... i ,v wiiilrit Oil". - . . UL. I .I.. "" ' ' g that nols.ly but I know about? The people must rule or our republic , tice be terminated? d who h jfc perish, lniliutivc and referendum is urougnr me numan lamuy u us ir.-B- j?; . iiv ni.i(,t ... o or changed his mind. o (iradually a cystcm has been .level-; oped in which the party machine can j be transferred from the party to the people to take to themselves a veto power through what is known asthe referendum and they take tothiin-! Helve a Veto tiower through What M il .1.. uolvulinn fo...

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. — 12 January 1906

J WWWy a'ia r W- mtm, r . ' - B, W" 1 THE NEW EIRM The Himo Mlarcflworc Co gj FOR several years I have studied the question of how supplies could be furnished the Farmer, Gardener, p 1 Builder and other classes of people at the least cost and lowest possible expense. I have figured it out .1 . 1 1 .1 .1 ft 1 1 . tnat debarring tne cost ana worry or keeping books, and debarring accounts that are never paid by some un- . J 'J..-.. . 111 11 1 . . . w u . . - v uj ovstaiv Ull g fortunate individuals, but which profit on goods sold vou helo make ud. cutting th .rm I UnA .i . goods could be sold at 10 per cent, less, at least, on the cash basis, and that is what we have adopted. & ARE YOU WILLING TO BE IN BUSINESS WITH IIS? M have one-half the regular profit UNUdlly made on Hardware? Then buy your goods at our .store, the ONLY (AMI Hardware Store S en County, and you will be convinced the profit has been divided with you, because you do not have to help pay the other fellow's 5 or the...

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. — 12 January 1906

r i friend for their liberal rtatrnnane in the nasi vear of 1905, and to further show our appreciation we are going to offer some'of the greatest values ever offered In Marion. A Great CUT-PRICE Clearance ffa Vinthinn Sdle Commences Jan. 13, 1 906, 9 o'clock a. m., and lasts ten days. Our Men's, Youths' and Boys' Suits with features that make M V. w If ' 'this sale different from all others. -The Distinctive Features of This Sale Are i I L. FIRST. Tht? Character ot our gooas, wmcn is .nuiav.ici ,vK..v... I in every particular. Thi. U a clearance of this ea.on' .lock; none ihop-worn, i . j. L. J F.L F.nrv n&tternt. Every garment of correct and no oui-oi -uoic i - - - , latest style which no man need blush to wear. Kememoer me cne.p u not mean cheap goods. QFrnNn Tk ,.1.,.a r o-reAter Kerun havinor more sroods than ever UuWl m aa vmcw ft) before to dispose of, we have cut prices deeper. So while we MUST SELL, our season being ended and our inevitable rule being to carry nothing ov...

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. — 12 January 1906

Your Life Current. The power that gives you UU and motion is the nerve force, or nerve fluid, located in Ihe nerve cells of tlie !rain, Md sent out through the erves to the various organs. If you are tired, mrvons, irritahle, cannot .leep: have fceadaclie, feel stuffy , dull and inelanrliolv, or have neuralgia, rheumatism, li.nrkaelie. peri odical pains, iiidiReiion, dys- Eepsia, otom.'u-h trouble, or the idneys and liver are inactive, your life-ci:rrtnt is weak, .rower-producing: fuel is need ed ; something to increase nerve Wejfy strengthen the nerves. ' TT. Miles Kcstorative Ner vine Is 1 1 : c fuel you need. It jjreils the nerve, produces nerve force and restores vitality. l,cnn tuslpe; rr. Mil' PnTs T w;, r.un inl i.i ltiy but, I hud severe iimn, s.. lis, II run! at two yinra Minus vvilh rualiila, 1 gradually K:w so w-.ik I; .1 I wan vmahle In m lip. The M"dls would csraimeii.e aitli cold rlnlls. unit i would bermn wk and nlmnst help less. Mv nrc'iliiiii.n w;.s pwr. I tad doelo...

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. — 12 January 1906

Hf "Pi ;eh( ""V ,1 ' I:. I'f iV, 31 it l n. t er )0. it. OUNCEMENTS. IS CENTRAL R. R. Dill FASHION UOTHL nois Central maintain Double vice, anil operate the bent of ith Dining Cum, HufTi t-Libra-Chuir Cars and Sleeping Cam, Jcugo, St. tauis, Cincinnati ivillr aouth to New Orleans. ,. road for reaching the Winter iirtsof the south, im-mdmg Sans, Vlcksburg, ( Miss., Hammond, La. iGras at New Orleans Feb. 21, jlfiairt i a Mexican Gulf Coaat ( Win the new, fine "Great ' rn" Hotel. Regular iK-eiill steam tailing from New Orleans for 4 Central America, Panama. Indie ami Europe. "Send or cull arriptive mutter in regard to Uu Havana Via. New Orleans. ! lnu, Cul. ii bet reached via t Unoi Ct-ntrul through Jervice to Orb-ana anl the new ocean liner. frew. nineteen knot $. $. Prlnci Arthur 'HK New Orb-ana every Wrdniday p m. an.) arriving at Haami at y,- Friday morning. f Hut Spring Ark. Hortda. il Sleeping Car without ch.tjigr J.go to Hot Spring. "I fomw-c-at Mcmphia from Cum it.n.ili ami .vi...

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. — 12 January 1906

CLEARING- - Sale of Seasonable (Goods! NOTE THESE PRICES 1,000 yards f Hdmukrts, the regular 10, 12 1-2 and 15c varieties, going at - - - 8c 2,000 yards of Dress Ginghams the kind you will pay from 10c to 1 5c at any store going at 8C 2,000 yards of Best Calicoes, worth 5c and (c a yard any where, will be sold during the sale at 4 l-2c 500 yards of all wool Tricos, the regular 25c quality, sale Prjct 19c 300 garments in heavy fleece lined Underwear, the regular 50c values, price reduced dur ing this sale to - - - . JQr IN order to close out our Winter Goods we have decided to have a "Clean-up Sale" at a time of year when tiV goods are in season when our efforts will be appreciated by our customers and some lines of our winter goods will be sold. Beginning Monday, December 18th, And continuing 10 days we will sell Winter Goods at unheard-of prices. Merchants usually hove these Clearance Soles in January or February, but now winter hos hardly begun; there will be lots or cold weather,...

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. — 19 January 1906

IBtK 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY JANUARY 19, 1906 NUMBER 28 tTTf? "It is MEN MAKE THEIR REPORT Jispiictur Hlm:x filed a Ki!pnH li biiv. BBCknam-rresBm Methods Criticised. ji.fort. Ky . Jan. ''t, Henry H. linn's tiieo m resri ,v ll.skliam. covering the in ti..n made by him of nil the suit State revenue writ from . i . I . It 1Hf 4ill'llMf I Ml"" " ' tied was .,(. lull till. docs lint L the number of cases ' "ul rt without huh. f ll"-"' '."- tthcre was a recovei ! I."'d. ,t.,l uin.iunt 'lui' the State ""'I u; suit" was fattier .liist with tliiK mime dreaded ! Scasc, tuberculosis. I.lller, she marri ed Mr Powell mi l removed to Ilallii Term. Besides being survived by hus band unit she li aves a father itnil mother. m-vit.iI younger brothers unit a nivtrr, Mm. N. 11. Karris, of Salem. Mrs. Powell was a wi II known, loved ami hoiioreil by all for her many, many womanly traits of character. Kuncnd services were helil Wiil ncsday ufterniMin at ttie Rapth t ehurrh cotiilucteil by Kev. ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 January 1906

; . - ''. ; rT .'" HU g To My Friends and Customers I And the Public in General, k Wi In order to do myself, my business and my friends justice I will on and after Jan. 1st, 1906, endeavor g to do a strictly CASH BUSINESS. I will keep no jf books. $ Si g Will Pay Cash for Country Produce gj g ; ; ; pil I give this notice so no one may be disappointed. 5 I Jr I w.H ariv vrbii mv rack nriA. I3lap ., ...l?.! L - tc. - " jw. Vr IU1VI VII, TTIllt.il will UC yp 5 from 5 to 25 per cent cheaper than the old prices. ift Thanking you, one and all, for past favors, and W 6 honina In kl ..v. r 9 aa. w future, I am still T U T vv . o. SHADY J S - Adams MACHINISTS 1 Mining Machinery and Steam Fitting Goods 3 -Or ALL """fl fi Repair work of all kinds invert prompt attention Well f1 pumps steam pumps, pump fitting and all kinds of n-pairs fi 1 handled at reasonable prices and satisfaction jruarantml. MARION, . . . KENTUCKY, lg Fairbanks Scales Gas and Gasoline Engines1 Tot-table, Stationary, Marine...

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