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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 January 1906

)WENTS. 3IS CENTRAL I I Knnis Central maintains Double arvire. and operatic the best of -ith Dining ('urit, HurTet-l.ibra-1 I Chair Cars urn! Sleeping Cum, ' jhieagOi St. louis, t'inrinnati Jl-,ville south to New Orleans 5 mail fur reaching thf Winter ! vsnftsof the south, including j jluans. Vlcksburg, rt, Miss., Hainmnno, la, j lira lit New Orleans Feb. 2, fHirl in it Mexican Culf Coast hating llii- new, f i in "(Iri-at; in" Hotel. Itf(fiiliir m i-iin nirum , nling from New Orleans fur' Central America, Panama, i.li.s and Kur.iH'.Si ri(l or call riplne matter in regard In the Havana Via. New Orleans .ma. Culm, in U'st reached via Central through Jtervire In ivli am and thi- new m-.-nn liner, . r.-a, nineteen knot S. S. Prince Arthur i g N. Orleans every tAoli.cMlHy j, in ami a' riving m (iiui.nn t i ... ' ii ... Friday im-mlng. :!!Sr!!js, Ark. tlurlda. .,:l .sleeping Car without cniir.ge ;ig,, In Hut Springs. W 111 Cnnrec- . at Memphis from Cincinnati and Mllr ,r. iri 1 Dixie Flye...

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. — 19 January 1906

w . r 1 1 il j ivn I I Tine Hi g if ITOR several years I have stud ? n 'I i 1 .1 i 1 THE NEW FIRM ra Hardware Co so 8 M1V, ioi. wji ttuu iuwcsi possiDie expense, l have figured it oul that debarring the cost and worry of keeping books, and debarrina armnnit tlw l c . . . ,. . , , . . . . . . Fai" some un- fortunate mdividuals, but which profit on goods sold you help make up, cutting these items out I found that 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 US? I M1 Opposite Court House Main Street. HINA HARDWARE CO, C. B. HINA, Manager. IAS. E. CHITTENDEN. Editor and Publither. I i SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PtR YEAR. I Kntnvd Mvond-f matter Jul J., !(. .1 w (.l.,rr .1 Miuwi. K) . uMrr Act ..f Con. re of VUirh a, rv what the i!et.-t.i Fomteeiith Fifteenth ammemtmonN gave hin I Use Ihe word "nominally" pecaiiM the King Uulnn have already di.fran ccucd the negro, in crTWt. I,y thr practice o...

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. — 19 January 1906

THE GREATEST CLOTHING SALE EVER HEARD OF IN MARION! Our New year's Greeting: We desire to thank the people and our friends for their liberal patronage in the past year 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 Clothing Sale Commences Jan. 13, 1900, 9 o'clock a. m., and lasts ten days. Our Men's, Youths' and Boys' Suits with features that make this sale different from all others. -The Distinctive Features of This Sale Are- FIRST. The Character of our good, which is a character above reproach in every particular. This it a clearance of this season's stock; none shop-worn, no out-of-date styles of Freak Fancy patterns. Every garment of correct and latest style which no man need blush to wear. Remember the cheap prices do not mean cheap goods. SECOND. The values are greater because having more goods than ever before to dispose of, we have cut prices deeper. So while we MUST SELL, ou...

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. — 19 January 1906

How Is YourHeart? Is your pulse weak, too slow, too fast, or docs it skip a beat? Do you have shortness of breath, weak or hungry spells, faintinp.smothcring or choking spells, palpitation, fluttcrinp, pains around the heart, in side and shoulder: or hurt when lyiug on left side? If you have any of these symptoms your heart is weak or diseased, and cannot get better without assistance. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure strengthens weak hearts, and rarely ever fails to cure heart disease. Try it, and sec how quickly you will find relief. "About Jnnunrv 1t. IS". I took donn with nf.ikn.'ss unit drop?v, fiml RrrMlu.illy Ktvw mime. I win told by mv f.imtly iihyxli'liin that my caaa was hniiel-! My neighbor and fam ily luiil strn nip u to di. My limt.s nml ImkIv w.to Maoll-n to one third ImK'T 1 1 ' i norm.il iie. and syati'r Iijd coll- t.-il nrotiinl mv h.-art. Vot at l.-.o-t tlir.i' month I had to ait propissl up in bod to ki-i n from snioth rto I nt f-r fivr toitlia of Pr. afilca Tlourt Purr, and...

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. — 19 January 1906

OF INTER VOTE FOR PEGGY AND THE CHILDREN Contributed by J. N. TOWERY n THE PAPER THAT MERITS YOUR CONFIDENCE. ESTING LETTERS ot - tiii an train runnur imzens ! Crittenden County Now In Other Countries. jt.ir Tiik Kkcokd: ikc allow me a amall space n fv alued H-r. jr riwiurrc of Yakima ii an induce I in eastern eople to vinit the k und look over tin chance to more money tj)an they have been Jug in the haat, i Yakima Valley in located in the i central part of the nut of Wab km extending from the Columbia in tin- Cascade mountains, a dis- je nf l.'ii I mile. ,- mhI in thm region ia a volcanic atxl extremely rich growth of plants, tallies and grasses i.. ....... i... r,, i it i. j,rt'...ii bunt! the mind of the maxura to lic (he wonder of thia country frc I a I 1 1 J fcll r'.m in a lew I. c writer of this artirle ia not in real cutate tuiiinema nor ha he any rn to aril, ami omv seesa 10 itnmigiatiitft to thia valley iiim' i if the plendid oixrtunitiea red in all lines and because of jua...

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. — 19 January 1906

i 3 IegSgI B1(Q CLEANING SALE beginning SS, 19th. I Of ail Winter Goods. 19th. i f 1 II EGINNING on January 19th we will begin our Mid-winter Clearing Sale of all seasonable goods. You can not afford to miss this sale if you are at all interested in saving money. The goods are all new and clean J dl.Ll - n . . I nlr mrAW 4 Yt n. A I L s 1 e aim cue i;giu iiuw m scasuu. wci me luuuvviug pi ivcs emu uieii tonic 10 our siore ana secure some 01 the many bargains that are offered. If READ THE PRICES $1 all wool Broad Cloth, 52 in. wide, Sale "7Q price All wool Cravanettc, regular 1.25 value. QO Sale price - - - y0 Panama Cloth, in black, blue and brown, 52 r in. wide $1 value. "D. 50e Mohairs and OQ Dress Flannels for, "Vt 10c, 121c and 15c Q Ginghams, now, $2.50 French Han- C nel waist Patterns, yl. O Flannellettes, 10, 12.1 and 15c, Outing Cloth, All colors, now Cotton Flannels, 10c quality, for Sic Cotton Flan nel going at - - - Men's women's and chil dren's shoes at old price no adva...

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. — 26 January 1906

f num. ! A ' i ' f l I i E 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., JANUARY 26, 1906 NUMBER 29 MILLER CARBONATE jo be Improved to a Islilerable Extent. OUTPUT EXPECTED. tnd In Spar king JtdacenMo the Mann Mine. )ID AND ZINC MARKET. linking ami removing ore irom H at the AiU Fkrence mine i L, tinned by the Ureal Northern ('umany. . 0-- p:.-.1tnlt Mining ( mny just organized, i perfecting ar- L nt to Ugin y sternal ic 0er i th VuRhn ( rj" nl'"T l'f,1r" ,!j.nn the Mann lin". tiorm are being continued lit ,niodore mine owned and iirr- Id (onimuire Mining Cum-lrr-T sinking U revealing a quantity and a Mtrr quality immense output for a mine of this character ami all indications are that the mitiiit this summer will break all previous records, Tho Pittsburg Filler Spar A Zinc l'oinany, of Pittsburg, Pa., have just recently re-timbered their Hig John shaft oiKinite (ire-en' Kerry mi the Cumlierland river below Salem. Th"ir plunt here a destroyed by fire a abort time ago uml the timber in thiH sha...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 January 1906

1 ill lh i u t ', I i Neuralgia And Other P a i n. 1A11 pain in any disease is nerve pain, the result of a tur bulent condition of the nerves. The stabbing, lacerating;, darting, burning, agonizing pain that conies from the prom inent nerve branches, or sen sory nerves, is neuralgia, and is the "big brother" of ad the Other pains. Dr. Mile,' Anti-Pain Tills rarely ever fail to relieve thee pains by soothing tltee larger nerves, and restoring their tranquil it v. Dr. MiW Anti-Pain Pills leave no bad after-effects, and are a re'taMi' remedy for every kind of pain, such as headache, backache, stomachache, sciat ica, rheumatism and neuralgia. They aNo relieve Dizziness, Sleeplessness, Nervousness, Car-SickneM, and Distress af ter eating. "K"r m i ny year I rave b,n con. atnnt nilVtvr from n-'uralaln and lii'ad.i',li''. JH"1 luii.' n.'Vr lien able to il.t:iiti ;inv irll.-f from irl..us ht'ail.t.hu powiit'la ami cMp.'ilfa, until I t'li-,1 l"r. Miles' Antl-I'iln Pills. Thiv iilnav. riro mv...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 January 1906

I i national Column HUGH WATSON, Ediur. I- essential success clement ViTiistiMitly work. 41 . is little doubt of success (or optimistically face the future I prim deterniiliiition that ha ,n h i vis-abulary. "If" und " are incoiigcliilil eoinpiinioh. ..((.. Ml.iy, January 17, l'.K", the this column, closed his second -I llO'll ut Hurnctl, in district The day, like the closing, wan ,e. ,ike all nther teachers, ,,ur mistaken after they are V 11 1 then maH.esircnuouscinn-v lil liy them. With the hh t ;,. s.iy : I have not dune 111) best. And ) t I tri.nl " I. ... Ik.. in,.... Vi.li-ll flf tail tfchlt ' HIS ll"1 , i thru uttermost to do the daily 0 VAI Hil TnlO. .mi- aide the nl we Imi lay rnmtleted and is now on file in the office of thu L. & N. in thm city. It if Raid that the project was brought forward by thu Hig Four and it was taken up jointly by that road und the L. & N., both of which wonld profit greatly by the building of the LAN, now hav ing a line into Shuwncctuwn an...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 January 1906

Cbe Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN. Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Kntel-.-.! a N-eonil-rlus iimlU-r July K.. 1HW. at the piKlotn' at MnrKiti. K., uixli-r Act of Con (ram of March ,1, IK7H. FRIDAY, JAN. 2(5, I'M. In the busy, hustling world men too oft forget to consider the little things. It i cvedently tnie that the advanc ing priee in shoe leather i.n due to the anticipated election of "Walking Nunn Wihton" to Conirrcw and the abolutioii of the railroad pa.su. Editor Coper, of the Livingston dem ocrat. Hays the newspaer man who lies about hin aulwcription list and com ments on the financial condition of nix nval paiier. firives him that "tired feeling. "-Evening ,t. ling. If you cannot scatter sunshine cause of a morose nature or fe drop a thrilling gem of gladness into the heart of your fellowman by the smile you can give when you look in upon his face and la-hold his burden. The bill that has la-en introduced in the legislature requ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 January 1906

LITTLE RECORDS. Vhard J. MorriH. lli'iitiht. hn Seaman w here Sunday. uriito unil tinware. Foils. II Clifton wa in tlx; rity thin lien you want cun.lic call al M. Freeman went to Crayncvillc xilii)'. I v if Walker, of Iron Hill, wan here ..lay. Sulleiiger, of Irfha, wa here lur.lay. fclank'H famou 1-4 Cabin lea at hrr'a. I.. lUriM-niliiiK. of Salem, ha junt Full you ran I linu ll eiaewnere willlind it at Copher'. L..hnM.n ('rider wa in Fredonu Sun- v l.i vwit h' mother. Hair )u anything you want to wll? Vy an .l. in Thk Km odd. oil Thomaumn ha moved into hi km rei.lenee on F.ant Helleviile. Mix Millie Fat.m, of Salem, la vii.il- kg her iter, Mm. Kugene Imv. Have yur stationery. bi!1 andrirru- Lra printed at TllK IU:i OKli office. S II Kdmun.l. of Hpkinville, wa giMered at llotrl Crittenden Monday. F.r rve gUiwe Ir, (!. W. Stone. rt eaat of J. I.. Stewart, Marion, Nutrr Pari l now the new agent, ving purrnaed the agency of Fugcne .iVe. Ir. Waller Travia. of Iron Hill, wa i .in Tuesda...

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. — 26 January 1906

ram if S. R. ADAMS M44 Wr.VM i Adams & Pierce MACHINISTS i 'T'Jr'Jf 0 Mining Machinery and Or ALL KINDS Repair work of all kinds jjiven prompt attention. Well pumps, steam pumps, pump fitting and all kinds of repairs handled at reasonable priees and satisfaction guaranteed. MARION, rw., M mtK n'im Fairbank's Scales Gas and Gasoline Engines Portable, Stationary, Marino. Hoisting Engines, Air Compressors, Combined En gines and Tumps, Water and Electric Light ing Plants, Steam Iumps and Boilers. Fairbanks, Morse & Co. LOUISVILLE, KY. Dr.MRavdin araxhtc linolrtl to Oim tVfccrvof Hi Cn C 1! r Tl a ljc, Ldr, noie a i nroai SwiN n4 17 a.rtt auiMUMj tVANSVIUt. INDIANA MORE CHEAP RATES TO TEXAS Arkansas and the Southwest. Onr-way ticket, at half fare plu II RounJ trip tickela at let than one-way far Memphi. Cairn or SL IxMii via Cotton Belt rmitr January 16, February 6 and 20. Stopovrr both wa und 'l day return limit on round trip tit-ket. Writr fur limp. folder anil pc1: your datr a...

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. — 26 January 1906

N01S CENTRAL K. II. i illinoiH Central maintain Double Service', and operate tho bout of wi(h Pining Car, Buffet-Libra-Chair ('urn und Sleeping Cant, jThicugu, St. LiiuiM, Cincinnati ii.tvillii Hoiith to New Orleans, .t road fr reaching the Winter It resort of tbe smith, inclnding Jrliiiiiis, Vluksburg, in... ii nn, miss., A Great Deal of Fluffy White Is Worn About the Neck. TUB KVtU P01TLAU PR I MISS l'h llala ('oaf Ara MaU la a Itlrlirst ( ulur llanil I'nlulrd Vele Mells The ullaalan Pupa larllr of tae lloleru. T Illlike U gOWU iHt'OlllillK lIl' TI' IIIIINt In- plenty of while around I he neck lu 3. j (lie form of lace, muslin or chiffon. Ifriuli lu.llll .....I III. II. U Kft.lll.V U (Iran lit New Orlean Feb. 27, un nft, UH, f(r ,.,.,,,.,.. Htff nlfK,rl in a Mexican Cull Coast M .urM ,iri, y,,rjr Hmirl wth (ll,r. having tho new, fine "(Irt-ut I !, ,t nieu past tlielr tlml Hotel. Regular iMian atcam ; iiiii hij.iiii. I lie can-rui now uiey wear New Orleans fir I "'" trying ems-i. 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. — 26 January 1906

J ' v - '--u'WW',yM 11 1 " "" ' " " T 1 B-fig Qeoramce Sale Comtiimyes All Winter Goods in Heart of Season T HE Mid-winter sale of seasonable goods is still on at our store. You cannot afford to miss this sale if you afo at nil intvkcfrl in envinrr mnnpv crnnrle arp nil npw nnrl rlpan. And arp riant' now in cponn a mm (41 IA Ull llliVA iVU 111 47 V lilg llivtivj Amy w v a wrns v w s w v vvUOvl 1 1 Look over the following prices and then come to our store and secure some of the many bargains that are 1 ol f fered. Don't delay. r la READ THE PRICES $1 all wool Broad Cloth, 52 in. wide, Sale "7Q price y v All wool Cravanette, recular 1.25 value. QO Sale price - - - VOv Panama Cloth, in black, blue and brown, 52 c in. wide $1 value, "JV. 50c Mohairs and Dress Flannels for, 10c, 'lc and 15c Gin 'hairs, now, 39c 9c $2.50 French flan- i nz nel waist Patterns, yl J Flannellettes, 10, 12Jandl5c, Outing Cloth, All colors, now Cotton Flannels, 10c quality, for Sic Cotton Flan nel going at - - ...

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. — 2 February 1906

1 i 'At 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., FEBRUARY 2, 1906. NUMBER 30 ) r 1 NEWS 'THE LATEST s of Zinc Carbonate : rwestcrn Kentucky I in tin- unity Heat, WW invited lo use Mr. Khm-'h rtn-i Jy and in n number nf case-, of from 12 to 1 "i years slnnd int. a complete cure was the result, liny tics Hi Taylor niv lh.it alter lieine; shoAll XltivC pl'isif Hint "Z.mo" will I and do. cutv the mot severe und MiK h'ainlink' .'.iocs dial )n Has glad to nircr to his p.ilroii-i the only remedy tllilt lie believed Mill absolutely ifive ft ! MlMIM'r'lt elite. In it fcW days' Zcmo" I ai!! In- received mi:I will diplay in our show window miiiic pht.-tri anhs of some ui I he cures made. Mr. Hose has written a -.tn.ii" Iss.klct "ii tlicj treatment of Kiiti.a mul nkin .Iic:Ik.-i I and i' will take pl.-as.ire in givim; u' ropy to those r?. cull. It is our -- t aire im have every sufferer frow chum-1 PAD CAH II ME TELEPHONE CO, Reconstruction Work Steadily! in Progress THE STEAM LAUNDRY (14. rl l..r th...

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. — 2 February 1906

S. R. ADAMS Adams & Pierce MACHINISTS Mining Machinery and ur all rumu.-s Repair work of all kinds jriven prompt atti'iitum. Wt-il pumps, steam pumps, pump fittinjrs and all kinds of repairs handled at reasonable prices MARION, Fairbank's Scales Gas and Gasoline Engines Portable. Stationary. Marine. Hoisting Engines. Air Compressors, Combined En pines and Pumps. Water and Electric Lijrht inp Plants. Steam Pumps and Boilers. Fairbanks, Morse & Co. LOUISVILLE, KY. Dr. M. Ravdin PrlM( Linult ( Oimxc OctrtKol ttir r.ye, Ear, Nose & Throat 4iilVM fltlrd VANSVIlLf. INDIANA MORE CHEAP RATES TO TEXAS Arkansas and the Southwest. Orn-way tii-leu ut hulf fare . i Round trip tickets nt ls thin "i-way fat Mempliis. Cir.. . r St. Unli via Cotton Belt nuit,- January 16. February 6 and 20. i Stop-even iN.th w;,v. j,i .IV- r turn limit ,,n rm,, tt . n, k-t-. Write f..r nmi. f...I.-r nr.! p V -ur ilu'e mi l nay h, n uml li.-re v m ni furo Mnil w will nWv ..ti fill infi.rmii.in li.v r.tuf....

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. — 2 February 1906

j S CENTRAL L R. ! ..... i jk Central maintain Double Jti, and operate the best of Pining Curs, HulTil-Libra-Hair Curs and Slut-pine Cars, ago, SI. Louis, ('iiirini)nti smith to New Orleans, and for reaching tliu Winter iurtmif til' south, including jus, VIcKstJurg. jMlss., Hammond, La. ir.K at New Orleans Feb. 27, fj.r.rt in h Mcxicun Gulf IWt the new, fine "Great I' llnti'l. RcguluriM-can Kti-iirn Umg from New Orleans fir 'Central America. Panama, jb-M and F.ume. S-nl r cull jjptivc matter in regard to ll.c I ana Via. New Orleans. J, Culm, i l-t reached vim in;; Central through .service to . iiim Hil l the iK-w ocean liner. k w. nineteen knot S. $. Prince Arthur New Orleans every Wednrdy ,, .mi umvinir at Havana at i r rnlay morning. Jul Spring's. Ark. Unrlda. OLK" FASHION LETTER An Effective Manner of Orna menting the Hair. a mwiuiM. n ull him i hi lleaalna lllnuar uha fur small Uufm and lilrlt K fni.iao aiprl KlrrtriwKvfliUa llrraaea Wllb llnlrro ami Train (at In liar, Mi I'lTcr...

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. — 2 February 1906

1 Cbc Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN. Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entcnil ;is M'Ltnd-f ls ttmlter July 1G. IHli-l. Ht te postullicc at Marion, Ky., umlrr Act of Cult liof Muri-h 3. 1S79. FRIDAY, FEB. 2. 190(5. Some uf our best friends often do the I'anifl swallowing and una! strain ittg act. The lowly Nazarene was no respecter of persons, but the world is. Wealth and sition are influences before which principle is obliterated by the get-in-the-swim class. Attorney Uenerair Hays is expected to shortly announce his candidacy for the Dernecratic nomination for gover nor of this state. Mr. Hays says he has been assured of strong support and believes he can win the nomination. Gen. Joseph Wheeler, the famous confederate cavalry leader, and a brig adier general of the I'nited State army since the war with Spain, died at ." .'o Thursday afternoon at the home of ii sister. Mrs. Sterling Smith, in l(r k lyn. The veteran of two wars was sixty-n...

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. — 2 February 1906

r I LITTLE RECORDS. j . - .. 1 huid J. Morria. Dentist. f. McAfee is viaitinifin Louiaville. i 0rythinjf you want in the grocery I Morns & Yatc. "K Crady is iulte ill i.f tuhercu- jlivc k'hmJ fertilizer to k on toliur- iiU. W. L. Adam. 4 iy (iilhert in the proud father of u i " f-v li , New Orl- iinH and maple ayr at our store. Murriit St. Yates. Ifciiram'i' Atfcnl Joe liritrirs, Jr., of jtcllvillc, in in town. 4 to I ti- Klk Horn Saloon for the JL' whiskey on ciirm iiunlin. r. unit sirs. rranK Mumrnerviiie, oi itiHifi, were here Monday. e you anything you want to sell? Jan i r. a i an ud. in 1 UK K:oki. and Mr. Jesse Olive returned to jjr Lome at Kdilyville Sunday. r, your stationery, ImIU andcircu- Jon lit.. i i. noted at Tlir. Kr.coKD ollicc. rn-y W. II. Clark returned from irip to Trueman, S hi-key, red an . r gallon at th Ark., thin work. and white, but nu blue, the F.Ik Horn Saloon. Hardin. Mr. and Mr. Henry Hale viniled the mil V of S. S. Aliuworth tliin week. or eve lavo...

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 February 1906

,'j I. J' rr 4 ' i; i i' i i r ; Tired Nervous When you fed languid, tired, fcervous and irritable, your vi tality is low your supply of nerve energy exhausted, and Jour system running down for ick of pow er, The organs of the body are irorking pcxirly, or not at all, and you are not getting the ourishmrnt needed. This soon impoverishes the blood and in stead of throwing orT the im purities, distributes it all through the body. This bring! disease and misery. Feed the nerves with Dr. Hilcs' Nervine, a nerve food, a serve medicine, that nourishes and strengthens the nerves, and See how quickly you will get Strong and vigorous. "My wife miffrrM w'th nervntinnca Wr.-vtitii to ;i rei-ent ntlnrk of tvplinid fever, Imt lifter her Mwiry from tlia fvpr. she whs much worn.-, nr.d could hardly control liimolf being exrepd nitly nervnim hi-n On lia.l netted. She whs very rmtli-M at night, and er h id a iiinlit h r.M. Sin also BUfti'ird mui'h from m-nnui hnd wrlie. Lr. M!li'' Ni-rvln.- w.u' rrr...

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