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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 2 September 1904

LOCAL BREVITIES. 1t. .1. Morrin, Dciitint, Marion. Have you rcuil Nunn Si Titekcr'n l-fl Muiiilav fur St. J. J). Klder, of Shady (inivc, wan in tlii- city Monday. Von can Imy a hig lunch at Coi-iikk'n for 10 (ir 1" cciitn. Tuni Caiiirrun returned from the World'n Kair Satunlay night. J. I. Honey, (if Salt'in, rctnrnccl fniiii the W'orld'n Fair Sunday. , Minn Willie Croft rctliriicil floln the Worhl'M Fair Satuaday night. Maurice Sutherland left Tucwlay for St. IxniiH. W. II. lUitler went to Itlaikfonl Tint, lay on husincHH. jflie Melton returned from the World Fair Hunday. ('apt. Ilaaw,(if the Cullen iniiicM, van iii tiiHli Saturday. C. K. Ilulth registered at the New Marion Saturday. Ilenrv Wil-m, of New lb-tln-1. I"'"1 ! "uiuincr. a,intothi,wc,'k. Mf(1 Ki( Ni)m) nf Sulivim) W. It. ('rider, of Trihunc, wan arrived Monday to In- the gucft of juVaKaut caller Tin-clay. I her m, I.oht. Nunn. I,. K. ('rider uii'l wife left Tiic!-i '"ritt returned Saturday il.iv for the World Fair. from ...

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. — 2 September 1904

nf Pmsntt CCnttJittinn By BISHOP SAMUEL FALLOWS. HKSK days of school and collide commencements bring forcibly before us the truth that human life is a school. For intellectual, social, moral, business and spiritual ends this school exists. Nothing in its teachers, instructions, means or methods can be valuless or purposeless. A power above our selves has placed us in school even as we send our children to school by a power beyond themselves. That power very largely determines for us the agencies and instruments of instruction as we determine those of our Siumamti 2jas $Irnfitrti Ity glturtntr& tttarh Simtrfi By HORACE G. WADL1N. former Chief of tha MituchuMlti Bureau of Labor Stitlitlra. D I'RINTi the nineteenth century the workday has been short ened from 12. and in some industries 14 hours, to eight. The condition of the workingman has steadily improved, sex'ially and industrially in all progressive countries. I do not speak of the individual, but of the class, and individual ...

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. — 2 September 1904

FELLING A LEANING TREE. Rules Her laid Down Apply t Ail Caaee Wher the Wood I Not Brittle. Thin Is my way of felling tree tbat Iran In a line away from the direction desired. A denotes line of gravitation, C tbe way we want the tree to fall. The circle represents the body of tht tree. We begin to saw at C, and work around until E touchs A. when we hould be one third sawed on tbe line E. Now chop atiove the saw; keep In ! riXI.INd A I.KANINl TltEPi i tlrer-t with C or Mllng line one ! fourth of diameter, which should bring i you Into tbe line marked r and. loter I ten E at bark of the tree. The space 1 between K and K !s sawed but not 'hopped out When this Is done start aw at D on other ni l and saw one half off at right angles lih your fell ing line C, which should intersect the leaning line A. but which leaves one 1 fourth of tb-4anieter-betrTn"n'and IS of solid wood. If the tree starts to raise before the line A is reached. I take off one ssw btndte and start a ! wedge at D, and I...

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. — 2 September 1904

V I " 1 W W - " "W " --- ------------- NEW (UAdinl MUM, WE UNDER SELL THEM ALL. 11 ft 0 It These are Great Days Days of Saving Unequalled for the people of Marion and surround- Jfe? s ings. Here is Jood INews tor livery uay in tne wcck. r t t . : 1 i h. V s Here are a Few of our Cnsh Drv Goods. Good Calico 4 I--' jnryar.l. Hoosicr Drown Domestic, 5c per yard Hope Dleech 7 l-Y per yard Cotton Checks 5c per vard Apron Check Gingham 5c per yard The Dost Ded Tick I5e per yard White and Fancy Table Oil Cloth I8cyd Con e in and look thr-'ti-jh our store and we will show you that yoii cm s.ive money By Buying Your Goods From a Cash Store. LOCAL NEWS. DYCUSBURG. ! , m ... 1 t. ......... '.. lid ; MOIUIHV III rviHl.in.l IK.. "',, ., ... . ,1, Thompson olliriating, J;-"- ltrazi.-r nml Minn Sue Cliftiill were Ullitril ill tnnrriiigi. Tin- lril' ami Kr"""" will HiM'inl whii time at Iaw'ii nnl Uicn rt turn t the limnr f t ! irrMm mnr ('aldwcll Sjirinj.". C. II. Hill ami wifi-att. nl l th- !aT.ti...

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. — 9 September 1904

'. 1. ... f Tnnniiran a i i - VOLUME 1. MARION. CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1904. NUMBER 9. ZINC BUOYANT LEAD HIGHER ! Ammnci our mining men vinitinK !W. 11. Fohtkh IUis. of 1 1 j vnrinuH nrti.inH of the HlinniM Ik-Id j I'nited SlateH (In .logical Survey uc tl.in wci k lire Mfw-rM. L. V. Cruir, coiiii)iini.., ,v ,', Foster Cridcr, ,iio. 1. HoUrtu mid I,. W. King, who ha Urn iiHsoeiated with the I Tmk fAi.KH in tin: Joj.lin, Mo., j"""''"' W(,'k for two yearn or more 'district for th seven month end- h"'Mt wveral day thin week invcs- ! .Inly .!1 were :i7,:!:5:5,2:',(), l'",ll,"K vrrui eiut geological KcntucKy Leads in Fluor Spar ProdvctionCtm""' ""' "" The Rccd Mining Company's First Annual Report. M m: am poi.uu problems in thin district. Their diinion will Ik- very apt to cause weeper finking on several of the ini- DARK TOBACCO III I IMN1IH . . . ... .......... . r. ..ii 1 1 . w i. .1 ' 1 ir'niuii nrniiF jji our nnr "i. tin if mi 'H i Mirtni - I1M I IHUl AN IMM...

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. — 9 September 1904

If 1 c Easier to Move Money Than Furniture - We have purchased the Moore & Paris Lumber Company's large brick building opposite our present stand, and are beginning to put therein one of the best and most up-to-date lines of Furniture ever in Marion. We do not want to move our present stock, we want to sell it. In order to do so we give you the most re markable inducements ever offered in Furniture Take Advantage of These Extremely Low Prices! r, (! ( 111 Fine Kitchen Cabinets $10 Beautiful Iron Bedsteads $3 to $15 Best Mattresses $1.10 to $11.00 Sed Springs 2.30 to 5.00 Fine Dressers 7.00 to 18.00 Elegant Folding Beds $15.00 to $35.00 Chiffoniers $8.00 to $15.00 Everything else in proportion. Our excellent line of Solid White Oak Rockers $2.50 up. Complete line of Chairs, Rockers, Tables, Etc. at low water mark. PAINTS AT ACTUAL COST: Sherman-Williams at $1.37 per gallon Belle Isle 1.25 Ruchester's .90 Clenwood .90 Two brands ol Sewing Machines made by the New Home Sewing Machi...

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. — 9 September 1904

WATSON GAINING The Anti-Parker Democrats to Vote Populist Ticket. Wiiidiingtoii, Aug. I'ciliti eiim wlm aliwirli tlirir h .lit i a 1 in-1 format i n to the llulTmun MmiM- cnfc in New York ity are Wm-i) 1 to judge tlic pri'laliililii k i.f the 'mii.v t'ri'iit iiiclriiMilitini nevspjiiers it hrrtl ratisc IK i Mlt pl'i.e if nil- j iiiiiiiii i-ini'lit in lim it' within the j i" t i-1 x 1 .v day dial four of the ; hum widely nrriilati'il have conn' to liix Hiippurt ." I "Ymi surely tin nut mean that ithe Hearst ehain will uliaudoii Par ker fur Wat h hi?" "I have nut said in iiiiieh, hut if I V"U have wateheil the treinl of events allium; the )eiiiueratie par- ; 1y iiijuiiiifi r- since the nominat'inti i'f I'aiki r vuii mav indue tierhuiis campaign inun me ."New lurk view that )r. ,.iir.t ,h nut l-eeii treat H.int. Ami when they reach . ,., wj,, t. nmsiilcriiiinn which his Washington they invariaUy spread prominence in the pciiiocratie par information favi.raUe to Judge 1 1. ,.ntil' . him...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 9 September 1904

the Criiicndcn Record. GORDON REVERSED ! LOCAL OVERFLOW. ISSUED WEEKLY. W. ('. CAIiNAHAN HKNNIK lintltAKD JAS. L CHITTENDEN, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION, PKR YEAR. ONE DOLLAR. Entered m ccircl.i-lH8 mttiT Jul) IS. H4. l ' I'M W I Thursday. went to Kvansvillc the pontntficc Ht Mi,ncn, ky.. firen of March 3, 1X7!'. uniii'r Ai t "f I on- FRIDAY. SEPT. 9, 1904. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. By Appellate Judge Darker in j The Colored School In 1 junction Suit Mrs. J. I. Karris, here Monday. Clarence Wilson, t lnri' Tuesday. i'f Salelll, xva f Sturgi I Mrs. Columbus Neely is . ii Henderson. was Visitll'.g Cash NEW- Grocery Store! K"ll phksiukst TIIKODOKK I.O.iSKVKIT Of New York. KU( VII K I'KKsWKNT CHAKI.KS W. KA1II11ANKS Of Indiana. ! W. II. Cipher left Wednesday A SPLENDID LEGAL POINT. fr Kvansviii, . ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF tailor-simp llii'ktin art! i II. 1. MeChcsncy, i'f Salt-in, was l in town Monday. i Last fall at an election la id in j ...... , i I . i Mr. 1-.. I . Moore is vi it iik...

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. — 9 September 1904

JSL Thg IU I air's Si! a i 8 ft & fa t9 k J (3 ? E great shoe fsfW FALL GOODS fIRE READY ! o.Savers in Walkover Shoes for men. The Kind You Need. Clothing For All. Shoes for the Masses Come to us for Standard of Style and . ... pi Quality the world over Dress Goods. Dry Goods and Furnishings. Clothing. QUEEN CL Tr r- i a . We show all kinds. uality onoes New Goods Arriving Daily. you cant atford to For Women. The Right Goods at Right PriCeS. weoffeCr PPortUmty ones that Wear rrzzzzz . - Our Buyers 1 avc gone East to Finish up. WATCH FOR Yandell asSm Yandell-Gugsnheim Go. cXtt LOCAL BREVITIES. I!. .1. M.-rric. l.i,ti-t, Marion. Him- .u n.i'l Niinii .V Tii' L r -ad: .1. W. I'.iriv .f 'I'-lii. w:i- 1 r Monday. I, 1i.- 1 lit -I . f M. I,.t. "Mt'lpl.iV !. i!y Chi lip'ii I- r 'rttl to I ! Mr . lu--.il. Will M"U i i-it ii k i !' f l.iil-g-1oii, :i" i.f 111 .. U. f -i 1 . iin l tt. r. Iln II. .1. In n- l.l't w. k. Mi Kilty M...rr i tl.i- fcu.-t f Mr f ii". F"t r Mr mi. I Mr- W. I! Yai.l...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 9 September 1904

GENERAL NEWS. ti,,. ,.it i figure tdmw Danville 1" if lie largest loose-leaf mid ln-irJit-tl's--co, market in the world. Tlie nniiitmt of tiihai eii i a n II 1 in I 'at -villi- fur the past live v ars is s follows: l'minds. Ill, !::!,.' 1-2 "(.Jjn.MTJ :i7,i:U.(;s :;ii,M(i,.M7 of tiff (EIjrtHttan $txtl) By DR. A. T. HADLEY, Prrildrnt of Yal Ur.lvrr.lty. Year. 18! lit HMD 11101 mvi VMY. I'r Seven vears ago whin England was celebrating j 8.'', !':'" f v, "V ine nitiein anniversay oi uie accession ot ner queen, i :t,-lL'J.liM 4!) 1 ad when every part of the Iiritili empire united in :'.74i,!i- c.'J ! jrr I f'l'r'nSs ('f patriotic pride, the chorus of conrattila- i ;!,!" 1, .'!l rX. S &f ,,on was '""ken by a sharp note of warning from that' LSwJa V "If rlrunL u.'tf h aiirfif r nnu'fr u t w- David P.. Mill says he will retire AL ...... , .. . ' ' , .... , , . I Wild tongues that have not thee in awe, i from tx.litH - .lanuarv 1st. It is I S I fZ A- .1 . c . . . ' . , "cl' Iwastings as...

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. — 9 September 1904

oeac o The Crittenden o ARE EXTREMELY DELICATE. TO PROVE EARTH ROUND. THE SUNDAY BIBLE SCHOOL Scientific Operation! Necessary Taking the Measurement of the Earth. in BECORB The Up-to-Date Western Kentucky Newspaper It contain all the U-st General news and all the laical news in Crittenden a n d Livingston counties. It is read in the home everywhere. If you are not a subscriber already, sub scrilie now. $1. Going at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick and Choici of thi Best Journals Will b Found in Our Clubbing Lilt. We will send TltK CRITTKN DKX Kkcord and either of the following journals lth one YHAk'for price'named: Tio CumiM'tN IIm'-hi Jitli iti' ihimti n kly KiMiur. r II I,..i.mi!1. H-nM i.j. M llll ii.il i ti. t.it , 1 7"i ( 'urit r J"iirti tl 1 "iO Wi.kly .i-l,i i!!.- A m ri-nti l.'J'i Or we will send THK.KlXoKl) and the Weekly Knquirer, loth, ami either of the following journals one year for price named: in r 1 hi' ( IIIIIM t I il.r Muftuir Vii k H"t i! M.nriiii' K iii-. t ii M ir ( ...

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. — 9 September 1904

Remember fjjg StOFC MaKes the Price J We are Here for Business and can Make you a Lower Price Than any one Else! LU AS WHY? Because we Sell Only for Cash. W n Don't tail to call and look throv&h ovr Shoe Stock. R Every Pair b a Leader. Browns Queen Dec lor Ladles tS can'l be beat at $1.85 per pair. Browns Echo lor Men, a regular S2.50 Shoe, now thev do at SL85 ncr natr. U - : P3 Wc have our Fall and Winter Clothing and they arc up-to-date in Style, Fit and Quality and the Price on them TalKs. pCj Rnrfain Dav Lasts Six Davs Everv Week. flU nn. it ft rtjn Cm ffl MARION, KENTUCKY. ffi Dress uooas. fT Our Staple Dress Goods arc New and will svh yov il fYS you will come and jet the price on them lor we undersell ?& them alL Wc can allord to sell them cheaper than other jkM hovscs for we sell only lor cash. Simpson Brand Calico (a 4 J cents. Bleeched Domestic (t 5 " Apron Check Gingham Of 5 " Canton Flannel ( 5 " Hope Bleeched Domestic 7J " Pepj)erell Bleech Sheeting 22 " Brown " ...

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. — 16 September 1904

AAA. s "ft iujuliul VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1904. NUMBER 10. M ZINC ORE $41.00 LEAD A Heavy Body o! Carbonate in The Miller Mine-Large Lead Shipment FrOm ROSi ClZirC. ? a r . t nnfinm.n - WHAT HAS BECOME OF THE SURVEY A HM-r.iiT fr-.in ! until, mi, at- rd MiiintK --t.it. that at :!l fit l in tin1 Kii lairc mine a v. ry strong llv of hail WH tin t twill Hlll ll,.lt tin- tititpnt at tin- pnunt tunc i nl- i.., .t entirely .fgal.na A- gal. na i worth in mark, t tmc I. n tin,. that of llimr spur it in ry il l, that thr regular shit of .par i . i may intem.pt.-l f..r r-.ii.e time t.,,ne. 15.,-ntly .l..Mt Ur rel weighing al.'iit toi, hav. lin tl. h-.md t.. the up . kit ah ev.mi.g The e..ii,p,ny h.i- a w.r.lM.u-.- at KvaiiMille ml, re it i t.-r.-l f..r shipio. i.t to the ii.fi.iim- apt. Tl who had harki- of tlii- i.r-t. rtv f.,r the iu-t vear. hn. In .light it l it- pr. i.t pn.li..tM.i,. . ly th. U-t .... teeiitite .1 ,.1 ,1 v ,1. .1 . n I, . -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. — 16 September 1904

WIS InlAic, iivinu' y i&iy ! I: W- u J : 4 V f t: (i i ) ! 1 Into our New Building, formcrally occupied by the Moore Dni-ic i iimhar r.n anH iiicf- nnnncite our old stand, where we Safe I Ul It) h.IIIKWI WW. jw TT . - t have on display Our Great Line of New Furniture ! We invite you to call and inspect our stock and get prices before buying, as we believe g that we can save you money and we know that we will give you reliable goods. A LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF COFFINS, CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES. jg; . . . , a s : -fr. 89! n n l n llUnn Bt llUCKer Marion, Kentucky.! NEWS OF THE MINERAL WORLD (coNTiNi KD mi hk-t v.m.k.) a paper ly II . F't. r Kiin. f tin- Tinted State ttt.l .ii-iil Mirwy. ward to and nally wt tin- day's How'l Thil? I event. The balance ..f tin- tiini- we We ,,T, r One mi.rrl 1 lLir- consoled oiirelv. with the thought. Inward f..r any ca- of Catarrh f their return laden with their g- tl:,t eanut l- cund l.y Hall's Ca- nli giral f. Of ,-oiir-c, thi. i al! tarrh lure...

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. — 16 September 1904

BRYAN'S LUNCH Col. Watterson Heating Up. It in glorious to hear tin; calm imhI steady voice of Col. Henry On the Cross of Gold and Crown of Wntu-rt-oii pointing out tainhow .L J L 'tint to the rural neuter of the Thorns Described by Gov. Pardee j i , rr.,.u .,,, rxi,, ,!!(.r. jeihwly tin! fault of Theodore Kooscwlt. Col. Wattcrnoii in liini- (iov. Pardee, of California, in in- troilut'iiiK Secretary of (In- Tn-iixtiry 1,4 flic M. SI in w to it San Francism j audience on Sal unlay lat made .1 :n. .. ii... I. . .i iiii'im1 iiiunii.iin in uir j'emiicrai aul their change of UiKe: And think nf llryan, 1 nHct) of free nilver, tin man who four year ago tfli nil h 1 an "minion of Wall street" every one who was not for free silver; think of Hryatt iipiTting for President it nominee w ho say that there i no eros of gold and crown of thorn! With-! out that cro ami thatj rown there would have Urn no Itryan. And I now, "most unkiinlixt cut of all," j Judge I'arker 'ay that he ami Pry-' all anil ...

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. — 16 September 1904

i' 1 f (t 1 Che Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. JAS. t CHITTENDEN, Publisher. . SUBSCRIPTION. PER YEAR, ONE DOLLAR. Entered u wcoml-cliiMi matter July IS. IJM. th ponUitHce it Murion, Ky.. under Act of lon- FRIDAY. SEPT. 16, 1904. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. KOH I'HKSIDKST THKODOHF POOSKYKLT Of New York. FOB VICE I'KKSIUKNT CHAKLKS W. FAI 15 HANKS Of Indiana. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF Duvai.l- We are authorized to an nounce Alnnzo J. Duval) a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Crittenden , countv, subject to the action of the ' Republican party. Flection l'Juu. , .. . ' ' i Die la-t si ssion of the state leg islature authorized theeotnity judg It is announced from Democrat. , (lf (,,1(.n (Hnt. m,lit ,. (,r ic State Headquarters that Cover- tu,,n. .! ,,,. ;ir,,., M,. nor l!cekham will take the t"'P '.huie rhall In-to nee that all laws early this fall and make a eon, plete n.1.itii(, ,( (h(. j,,,, .,,) tour of the state in the interest of , ;,, (,f Mi i,,,,;, Parker and Davis. I...

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. — 16 September 1904

ft W . : 13 3 LI'. is v i WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OF Mens and Boys Clothing Latest Designs in Dress Goods Extra Pants, Overcoats Novelty Waistings, MacKincts Ready Made Skirts Fall and Winter Underwear School Shoes THE CELEBRATED LION BRAND SHIRTS AND COLLARS. Everything New and Up-to-Date! OUR QUALITIES ARE THE BEST ! OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST! i 55 ITS A PLEASURE TO PLEASE YOU. 7x. , - . - 2,473,464 PAIRS OF DOUGLAS SHOES Were made and sold in 1903. W. L. Douglas $3,50 Shoes lead all other makes in quality, style and workman ship. They hold their shape, fit better, wear longer and are of greater value than any other shoe. I Taylor & Gannan. ! Mr. F. W. Niimi in tin Kiunt if B i h r purt'iitx at Coryilon thin wnk. B LOCAL BREVITIES. i At tl..' Mm. Kittiiiin-r o, taml. 1 Mi- Ma Swniiry I. f1 Tn..lay Mk. Funu . k Kmink. Insi-il fri- in!-in lloxir, Kim I! J. M'irriH, IviiliU, Marion. ' !..lt. Toll. y. of I,,a, wa in the Mi- lva III. klin i-it. 1 r In- Johnson Farl...

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. — 16 September 1904

GENERAL NEWS. Tin.' town f Wai n n, I lulm, ln.t Iktii wipid out Ly I'm . Forest tins niv r;i' mi: "ii tlie nliori'S of Spirit Lake in ;1 e Mute of Washington. The Third CiH.ln.lif i-'.uc!iarit Congress is to I e held in New York, Spt. '27, '' ami -'!. rreliniinary'steps hive 1 i tal en toward tlie formation of the Mornioii political party. am Iiililer, wlo for twenty years directed the guillotine in Par is, is dead at the age of eighty-one years. The Japanes," eharge the Km--dinns with killing women ami ehil dren and hurning houses on Seiisl.u Island. Fire at Idailho Falls, Idaho, de stroyed property worth fc:ViO,(M) and threatened to sweep away tl e entire town. Six hundred Chieago Ftx k hand ler applied for their old places hack and were informed they would U- sent for when needed. Magistrate Pool, of New York, lias ruled, in the case of a harrooin brawl, that a man "cannot ! dis orderly in a salt Kin."' President Hyde, of the Path Iron Works, announced today that the luttlndiip ...

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. — 16 September 1904

0 Marion oac a 1 wc nucnaen : RECORD 3Q0 The Vp-to-Date Western Kentucky Newspaper It contains all the lxst General news and all the Iical news in Crittenden and Livingston counties. It is read in the home everywhere. If you are not a subscrilKT already, sub 8cril)o now. $1. Going at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick and Choici of thi Beit Journili Will bt Found in Our Clubbing Lilt. We will send Thk Ckittkn- DKN Ukcokd and either of the following journals both oxk YEARfor price named: Tin: Chim M'i I: k i with 'iixiitn.it i W'nklv Ktiiiir r l..ii.villc 11, r il l' t. laitii liuU'- vmii r.il Cnurii r J"iirii.it Wiiklv N.i-liwII.- Aim ri jtu Or we will send TmkJRkcokI) and the Weekly Enquirer, both, and either of the following journals one year for price named: tii" 1.7.1 I m 1 .i The ( IVlic'e I'. jml.ir M i'iiii. Ye k'n Kl"rl M i(,miih' K.lli-.i Illy Star ('III lit. HI M.lglitH' iliin Kiirim r Ni(ti..ii.( i. n k iii.ni and r'.inntr l',r.i. r' tii' S n i.tilir Aim rn .hi A nii'Tti .tii ln...

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. — 16 September 1904

J5S u ti. MaKes the Price, i Remember H if. riTTtwTMBJ nana Wc are Here for Business and can Make you a Lower Price Than any one Else! WHY? Because we Sell Only for Cash. AT TIL l l ' tie 310TC '111 t t h n 1 Dress Goods. Our Staple Dress Goods arc New and will svit you i! you will come and get Ihc price on them for we undersell them alL Wc can allord to sell them cheaper than other hovscs lor we sell only lor cash. Simpson Brand Calico (, 4 J cents. Bleeched Domestic (t 5 " Apron Check Gingham (i 5 " Canton Flannel (i. 5 Hope Bleeched Domestic 7 J " Pepperell Bleech Sheeting 22 Brown " 20 Shoes. Don't tail to call and look throv&h ovr Shoe Stock. Every Pair is a Leader. Browns Qveen Bee lor Ladies can! be beat at $L8S per pair. Browns Echo lor Men, a regular $150 Shoe, now they go at $135 per pair. Wc have our Fall and Winter Clothing and they arc up-to-date In Style, Fit and Quality and the Price on them TalKs. Bargain Day Lasts Six Days Every Week. mm m m a. 1 I f I UTI f M J...

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