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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 2 February 1906

1 ERAL RESOURCES GOOD IN WESTERN KENTUCKY .Ision by F, Julius Folis of Reports on Lead, Zinc and I Fluor Spar Field in Western Kcnlucky Editorial in Henderson Journal. J a rci-cnl open meeting ol the ( jmrcial cluli held in the Park Thea 1 1 h- principal speaker, Mr. W. (I. tier, of Oweriaboro, twitted the Jdcrson Mi.ple with their lack of i jprprise unci hclf reliance, in that '. 9 had allowed a party of IVnrihyl- kiii capitalists to come in, acquire i f dcvclopc tlx' valuable measures 1 ul mir very iIik.it.. lie gave us i 'understand that our contemptuous .ranee of thin Is.undlcss wraith was vcntura in the Crittenden roiinly field ami in those in that immediate neigh, ItorhiMHl; as to theHu the rejiort in emi, nently encouraging. The chances for the discovery of new and large liodiea of zinc carl" mate are rierrilel an uihh. ami further nriMecting for that mineral in urg-d in ho many words. We quote: "The miular idea as to the tnall amount of r.ino in the district apM-ara to lie c...

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 February 1906

I "FROM rnrcrrvnn rcrrh nrTV iiirsrrr"n n t .hps 8 SEVERAL years ago as a peddler I travelled through thi county, carrying my goods by team and wagon, which $ I sold from door to door. To the good people of the county I would say that there are few of you that I ; have not seen. With many of you I have taken my meals, or spent the night, and the hospitality shown me pi .1 r 11 1 l.l.I II. n. was tne Kentucky brand. At last i am aoie to open a I A R New Store in Manon To which the public is invited and to which the good old farmers con come and be as welcome as they welcomed me. I have just opened up my new stock and have for sale the following line of goods, whkh. ore of the very best quality and lutest styles: Hats and Caps for Men and Boys Clothing for Men and Boys Furnishing Goods of All Kinds Full Line of Ladies' Shoes Best Quality Work Shirts Fine Line of Umbrellas Men's and Boys' Shoes Overalls and Jumpers Elegant Line of Neckwear The Prices ot whkh I otter my goods will also ...

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 February 1906

msffl. LUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY.. FFBRUARY 9, 1906. NUMBER 31 M 1,000 FOR CHANCE 1 TO KIDNAP TAYLOR "anaoulls Executive Alter Years Jcveals Scheme To Take Fur i mcr Governor Back. Jayor Hook waller admitted today It an attempt hail been made to fre him to jicrmil the kidnaping of 4 S. Taylor, former governor of ml why. wn0 wntx In the state alleged complicity in th murder of llliam GoeM. Twenty-five thousand pilars ua the price offered if he would glrwt the chief or police of imlianup J to permit Taylor to lie eeitrd and grried hark to Kent why Wore the tale ullicera of Indiana could interfere, I It was during Mr. Ilookwaller'a first prm a mayor thai the offer of the jig bribe dm made. The mayor re vived an invitation to vint Cincinnati from a personal friend. He accepted the invitation, and shortly after meet. frg hi friend at hotel in Cincinnati, C.I. "Ton-." Campbell. noted Uwyer. who waa identified with the unsuccess. ful eff'Tt to extradite Taylor, we in. 'trodured...

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 February 1906

Heart Weakness. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure has made many hearts well after they have heen pronounced hopeless. It has completely cured thousands, and will al most invariably cure or benefit every case of heart disease. Short breath, pain around heart, palpitation, flutterin, dizzy, fainting and smotlicrinjr spells should not be neglected. Take Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and see how quick you will be relieved. It cannot make a tiew heart, but will restore a sick one by strengthening the heart nerves and muscles, relieving the unnatural strain, and restoring its vitality. "I had 11 very bail esute of heart troulilu. For kIk mmitha I could not work. lAxt July I was plowing form Dil frellnx fad all day. In th after noon In plowing one row I had to lnf down, or fall down, three time. Mr hrnrt thml4ed aa though It would burnt through, and I hud Ilntilty In retting my tin-nth. I purrinsl a Kittle of Ir. Mil.-' Heart Cure, and before. 1 had used linif of It I could lnv down and alewp nil night. Previ...

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 February 1906

1N01S CENTRAL K. K. I lllinoi Central maintain PouMe Service, ami operate the beat of with Diiiinc Car. IlufTot-I.ibra-.rn, Cli.nr Ciiik uml Sleeping Cut, JCIiii ;, St. Iam'm, Cincinnati lniiHvilli' ninth to New Orleans, (-l road fr rMi liin the Winter tut rrnorUof tin- aouth, inclndinK Orluiins, Vlckslmnj, pint Miss., Hammond, La. "nli (Inn ut New Orb-aim Feb. 27, l t :.. .. tf r'..tf ..., ( t,tuiori lit a nii-nmi .ion mwi jrt haiii! the "'treat jllii-rn" Hotel. K.-trulur ocean Mlenm on sailing from New Orlean fur $iro. Central America, I'anama, jrl In. lift ii mi Kjr-.-. Send nr cull t dcM-riptivt' mutter in regard to the Havana Via. Ken Orleans. Jlavana, Culta, i best reached via lm Illinois. Central through 'hcrvire to 'w Orlramt and the rirw iM t-nn lint-r, ;tm rcw, nineteen knot S. S. Trlncc Arthur leaving New Oilcan every Wednesday t 4 p. arriving at H;tvana at fluorine Friday murium?. J Hnl Springs, Ark. flurlda. f Puily SlrepmK Car without .hanRe rhira;n to Hot Spring, with...

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. — 9 February 1906

Cbe Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered as Heninil-fhuw matter July IS, at Um pmtufllre at Mari.ii, Ky., under Act of Con- Kiwa of March 8, 1H79. FRIDAY, FEB. 9, 1906. If thouRht was an invention it.-.elf. just think how many patents there could be. Reports from New York state that control of the Illinois Central lias been acquired liy the Union Pacific and will become the property of the Hurrimans, or New York. It has always been the rule thui human nature should fiirht for self, hut in the exception when one has been so seir-hamficuiK a to lend all his uid to another, should not the spirit of appre ciation bp manifest? The Morganfield 4 Atlanta anJ the Kentucky alley railroad companies are clashing over a eroding at Provi dence. Press reports state that au thorities have stopped both crews from work on the disputed territory await inu, a settlement. A dispatch from Washington states that Congressman 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. — 9 February 1906

'i 1 J, TLE RECORDS. ' J, Morriii. Dentist. ' liiK you wtint in the grocery 1 Morris St Yates. Cardin, of View, was here V. jood fertiliier to go on lobar ' W. L AiIuidn. urnt'tt returned from Kddy week. Nrw Orlt-uns and muplo syr I store. Morris St Yuli-s. ler Thos. Moore, of I'rinco. ; here Sunday. the Klk Horn Suloon for the whiskey on earth lliirdin. , fstetfar, of Princeton, tiiciit J mid Sunday here. you anything you want to srll'.' ad. in Thk K( OKI). evil came over from Slury'is to 'ttimluy w.lh hi parents. your slutiom ry, bills andcircu 'tltiil kt Till. Hm-iiru office. 1 Whitchouse returned from Jb- thin nk, Aiy, riil and while, l.ut n blur, j iillim kl the Klk Horn Saloon. 4 llkrdin. aye gUnuM- see Ir. (!. W. Stone, lor of J. I. Stewart, Marion, Nkll. too. V. CatU-tt. N. A. kmi II. A. Moore, of rnnrcton, , vinday here. I have addid k full line of the lilt- id iMut chinawure. lie sure to f, Morris & Yale. jyiKir rHxiM'hold whiskey kt th Jirti Sadism, from t'l t s'r H H...

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. — 9 February 1906

YOUR HOME? MENTAL ATTITUDE. It im.m la II. ... . BaoraM la I If. i EVERY IAY From FEBRUARY LOW to Montana, Idaho, Washington. Oregon and British Columbia VIA THE GREAT NORTHERN RY. "The Comfortable Vij" THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS DAILY BETWEEN CHICAGO AND SEATTLE. NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES: fra-m St. t'ato, T' I Vliontpa!t ... frftu l-miih I'fc,...,,. Ij r . (irtii ( .IN, Buiir, AnjaufnU. lit In a. KilitptMl, hiirti.h avl intrrmttliait pnintt. $.11.00 Valid Ji-nninci. Muni , Wrnjli nrr. ah., ft-rnir, H. C. Knottn.i L.oinft, S,okntanJ iotcrimdiate (x'iim 71. SO 30 .So Sc.itlr, Emm and I'uif't Sound Point - 25.00 33(' LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGE. CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO VI. KTIIPP W w:ll tn4 jm aWtuta-la fraa. lliwtralnl -t.arTlt.tia. Matin -a ihnaxui I ur tan eoaaaa.alaforaat,ua about tfc. r-i-vurtsaiOta g aa-j rMf..ra vf tb atalaa. 1 for l-irtlwf iBfnraotmii aildrtat Kit .'1 1 Imuicnik-a Afrsl. . Clark ltkv. Dr.M.Ravdin Practice UaMrc4 to DiMaaca tc fee to of Mac Eye, Ear, Nose &am...

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 February 1906

r t JAMES FOR GOVERNOR GRAM FOR CONGRESSMAN THE VEIL ti THE PAPER THAT MERITS YOUR CONFIDENCE. 21 U not always oaed lo protect tba face from Itis elements and keep Uia hair In paaition, but by many, many women and girla lo bids the unaiglilly pimples, blackhnada and other eruptiona of the din. Tbero Ugermlifointhoakin and "ZKMO," a nice, clean (or external use, toon kill out lilts germ and leaves Ute face aa amooib and toft a tltat of a child. "ZKMO" will penitivcly enre all akin and calp ilwui aui h aa I'tirrru in ita many forma, riiujwurm, toiler, pimple. dandruO, or any llchiug akin div-Aie. Get a buttle to-day at yuur druggial'a, L W. ROSEMEDIONE CO. T. LOUIS, Ma A Pretty Fight as Ever Seen In the Political Field May Ito Awaiting Just Ahead. I ynr & 1 ay or, Mat Mm, Ky. utfll' CriMlM 'C Viln, Mittie Williorn, George JilU.NOlIIUULO M,,,,,m 1Ur. I l,i ail. r l.in-ian Walle r, Maude Walkins, Florence Dean. Honor Roll: l.iinati Walker, !()- Jm f riding January 19-Arerage J-MuaV ...

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 February 1906

if I - ' V PW Vl P" "W P " w i- --w w " ' w - - - ' ' ... " v Vf, A 'I'. , I II- - Jl 1 ( , rrmTTi rrrcrrvrrvn rcrrw "TTOv lircrnvfn flTWlMTP SEVERAL years ago as a peddler I travelled through this county, carrying my goods by team and wagon, which I sold from door to door. To the good people of the county I would say that there are few of you that I have not seen. With many of you I have taken my meals, or spent the night, and the hospitality shown me was the Kentucky brand. At last I am able to open a A New Store in Marion- To which the public is invited and to which the good old farmers con come and be as welcome as they welcomed mc. I have Just opened up my new stock and hove for sale the following line of goods, which arc of the very best quality and latest styles: Hats and Caps for Men and Boys Full Line of Ladies' Shoes lVJen's and Boys' Shoes Clothing for Men and Boys Best Quality Work Shirts Overalls and Jumpers Furnishing Goods of All Kinds Fine Line of Umbrellas Elegant L...

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 February 1906

1 4. ,1 iltoloEB Becofd. LUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., FF BRUARY 16, 1906. NUMBER 32 Iet ABllLAR ASSESSMENT Ing the Years 1903, 1004 and 1905 COUNTY OF CRITTENDEN I ie lalticr Surprising Results Pre- jiatcd by Assessment as Taken Last fail 5PIRTT IS IMILASIVO W MIE (nj completed unuiaiion 01 we ty umamMl a UkM last (all ton which the Ui will be paid Urn present wnM rather surprising ill. Purine the year. 19& les were d on property, the taxable value of ith waa only $73,270 ahort of H.Ono.. ). but thai year the result, after the turn of lb board of aupervior, (hr bit value of tht eoanty is f 19N.6.T0 r of the three million mark or i.yct) short of last year' figures. Just the cause of ihia discrepancy jnnot fuUy bt cffiUrtd on tingle kill, and on la Irft to conjecture, but rr r soma facta that ar bound to ve a bearing on it. .The suprr Mors having been instruct I this year to raise all properly trana Wred the last year to 70 pr rent of y tranaf c value, Um total taxable ...

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 February 1906

A Liying Monument. If we were to assemble all those who have been cured of heart disease by Dr. Miles' Heart Cure, and who would to-day be in their grave had not Dr. Miles' been successful in perfecting thi wonderful heart specific, the- would pop ulate a lare city. What a rer.iarkabk' record a breathing, think iti,'. moving monument, lompoM d of human . lives, that for which every other earthly jeio:i is sac rificed. The Mile-; Medical Co. re ceive thousands of letters from these people 'ii.e the following;: "1 f'-d ImI.-M-.I to tt.e Pf. M!!a Tlrarl ur l : n. 1 f.-. I ilr-irr tu rail tho n 1 1 i-iii ii-r. i-f .i..rs mDti 'g a I itiil t U. in n it .rV. s. ratnis!.- f'T the heart. Fur n !o r t-me 1 .-iffi-rad from sl.ortn.s-- of Ir.at! vr any lltllt exTtieti. ; .ii .1.. r .n i-f il. lisart; and ut tino-a t !i M- py;n f: IV- r-:on of the hiajrt. j t- rwjfi tl...'. 1 f.-..rrU thai I w ull jrr tii iv drT l. "I to the rtr.-i t. One il i.-' 1 read t.: -f jovtr rlrrnl.rs nr..l iniirif.t;.i...

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 February 1906

FASHION LETTER 1 1 Prince Arthor JJNOIS CENTRAL 1 1 I . , - -t . l Illinoin Central maititaina Double jjy Rrvife, and operate the beat of n, with Dininjt Can. HulTH-Libra; fur, Chair Car and Sleeping Cara, i Chicago, St. lxiuia, Cincinnati II,ouiavilbi aouth to New Orleana. Ih( road for reaching the Winter rit norU of the aouth, incliuiinic I A If I -I. ..L... UriealU, iiiuuury, port. Miss., Hammond, La. nnli firaa at New Orleana Feb. 27, C.ulfport i Muxiran (julf (-oaxt rt having the new, line v.rcai ithern" J Intel. Regular ocean ateam a,- ullimr from New Orb-ana for Ciiro. Central America, Panama, tt Indira and Kumtie. Send or call V Heacriplive matter in regard to the pva. Raraoa Via. New Orlcairs. Havana, Cuba, ia bent reached via llbmiia Central through Service to Irw Orleana and the new ocean liner, t .ini.tttII.Lnill arm "rirw, -w-.. ....... having New Orlean every Wedneaday t 4 p. m. aiid arriving at .Havana at fnriae Friday riming. Hot Springs, Ark. Florida. I laily Sleepi...

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 February 1906

Cb Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. J AS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. i Educational Column j I SUPT. J. B. PARIS. Editor. j SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entar.tJ a Krunil-cUua matter July 15, 19M. at the xleflWat Mariun. Ky.. under Act of C'n (muiof March 3. 179. FRIDAY, FEB. 16. lMXi. Cotton statistics show that the acre age in the south for this season is JJN.i'iO.iKirt. The crop of l!Kr compro mises lo, liiT.Klh bales of r ounds each. Texas led with 2,32,!, I bales. Mis Anna Gould some years ago married a French count, -Roni do Castcllane. Now she is wanting a di vorce. If the tost of the marriage had lieen made in silver instead of Gould she would have known in a moment that he had made a false count. Princeton Leader. Some people would not be so comical should thev apjM'nr mure nvirnl. Brazen brass is a Hhell which shatters and falls w hen punctured, but there is a virtue in the modest, unassuming soul that has, regardless of one's taste in the fleeting moment, a ...

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 February 1906

s f TTLE RECORDS. jj. Morria. Dentiat. iitiK you Lard, of i want in the grocery Morria & Yatea. near Tolu, wan here inon, of Wenton, waa here ' Nunn, of Kixlney, wan hire I (rmp, of Oeawell, waa hero Pari, of Tolu, wan here laxt I igiHiJ ffrtilir.fr to ko on tohac' W. I A.lumn. Chittenden wi'tit to Hampton s J'ari. of IjoIu, wa in the city Crowcll, of lilack fonl, was .Jl'lay. I Ni'W Orlrana ami maple cyr- atore. Morria St latea. Richard J. Morria, Dentist., See our chinaware and graniteware. Morria A Yatea. Conyer went to Kebtey thia call on Morria & Air at 1 lined, of DyruitliurK, wait n.l.y. ' the Klk I turn Kalon for the wlnakcy on earth Hardin. fr C. t. Mark ami j. i. lay Kir, were her? Monday. )uu anything you want to aell? ai. in i nr. nr.iini. I'reaa Maiwell arrived in the ftn Frank firt Saturday. I yiur (lationery, hill and circu ited at Tmk IlKrolW office. l.-y. red ami white, hut no l.lue, f t-allon l (he Klk Horn Saloon. Hardin. ee itlaaiu-a.ee I'r. li. W. Stone,...

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 February 1906

YOU OWN YOUR HOME? FARM EVERY mm H41U f IAY ami From I r "7 I FEBRUARY; 15 to APRIL 7 LOW RATES t Montana. Idaho, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia VIA THE GREAT NORTHERN RY. "The Comfortable Way" THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS DAILY BETWEEN CHICAGO AND SEATTLE. NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES: From St. Pftnl, T1 M!Dtirop..lia ami Pron. I'ulinh ('k(i Hjtrr. Virrat Fall. Bultr, Anaron.ia, Mrlrna, K aliap-rll , Whittnth and intrrmtdiatr point. $.'0.00 $W HI Jrnningi, Mont., Wrnatrhte, Vah., Frrnic, B. C, Kootenai point. Spokane and intermediate P"'" 22.50 .Vl.vi Seattle, F.verrtt and Pugrt Sound Point 25 00 33 (i LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGES. CUT THIS OUT ANO MAIL TO Ot. LCRFF We will ond roa alaoliU'ly fr-o lltn.trIl J-ntliro eoiladn " aao Mibmmiu. .North l.oiuto. Montana or Wulnm. ,.Sw thooaeyo ti ) ,itn yoneompbxolnii.raiatW'aaauat Ueapwurttuutm aotl rwmrw of theo .lata For forth.rlinomi.iloo oJ.lraoa Puvarrr TroOa Ilttautaaoat iat Nnnhara Ka.lwajr. M. foal. M no. MAX BASS. M. J. COSTE...

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 February 1906

i ImW IWfcU.!!UMt. Can W ZBM Alto Bi'YTim.' WHY? , SUFFER THE TORTURE OF ECZEMA OR ANY SKIN DISEASE WHEN THIS GOOD MEDICINE frZEMO HAS NEVER FAILED TO CURE .Wft. ... u...i, ihi co m. Lou... m. luminal nu III., Mm tub, jm Nik K-tltTlnf IhM "fKMi' i?M my irmi. if tv my II f a I will plftiltT '! ! (mm fnift hi r'ur vpU nifltrt 1i1 lr m uflrd a imri (nun urtumtf Itrliiiijr n tMtto arm. I ut iht dttforvni tlMiir,ii4 vrry prvnn cur 1 mi nt viilMiui riitf. Th tliM-AMt rv un ml tpfrtd to my ntM-h d bnrt; aif A rttt htir raivii In thorn i I Kn bex nin art riHif tnd niillii! Ui m hl rt A.r Mf bulwn)t b"tijiil m botiiti "KkMr'i OifWt (filullm jU''ni1 Hi In lung. mo iuini', in ;i wprki and rmc day ihf rj!caj had d!?3iprrorl. and my irr m i iiMrth itif ptrtum mil !. ifiiff bii1 arir uwntf-f.KMti," My rm im mi bad ' nt t'inl) wmiiKiI Ui ! llMti lukrti t.tl, bnt would mil I ftitl now ttilirlf .I . it ivn txii4a a fiit. ami tr-l fctir U I llt in auany ytwra. 1 a ml r I 'I ia1ir atMr H ttM(itm" vtit...

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 February 1906

I WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW !;., V, . "lit: ! ( f t: i "'f.'-i i .: 1 J. ;t a i 1' ', 1 i 7 . . . ! r A .si ' i u I s v li I! n V A olace where vou can eet the best bargains at the lowest nrice? A nlace where nualitv nnrl niniL , 1 i J fviuiiiny are considered before profit? If you do vou should call at the Cavender Drv Goods and Millinerv Stor on l. v t J - - -w Vl IJa comer of Main and Salem streets, in the Carnahan building. We handle only the best and prettiest in evm 1 1 1 L..a. a. 11 J 11 -li e ir 'J unc, anu you nave uui 10 can ana examine our goods ana you will see tor yourself. Look What We Have to Sell: Embroideries Eyelet, all over and flouncing, as pretty patterns ax you ever caxt your eye upon. Laces Our Valenciennes, linen torchon, round thread balls and bahy Irish laces combine beauty and duntiness. Look at our lacea if you are plan ning a pretty spring waist. Neckwear , A woman's toilet is not com plvte unless she has a neat looking neck. We carry a complete line of tur...

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. — 23 February 1906

Til hut Etsf ilE 2. MARION, CRITTENbEN COUNTY, KY., FEBRUARY 23, 1906. NUMBER 33 J fffttteniEH 3S Tf AND ZINC STRIKING APPEARANCE 1NIN0 NEW MARION TODAY ,r Falls lo $69.50 per ; Ton at Joplin. i Sbois a $1 Drop Condition 1 father Favorable lo Mining ' Interests. i I i wuig lit an article I.) K. JuIium j assistant geologist. Kentucky) nl Survey. r imx'nrf i if fluorspar in the i J Stale" w reported atf early an , tul il was n( until 170 that any ; villa were mail)'. Shipment I pimlr that year from the Koyal j I in Wcatrni Kentucky. SouthiTn , 2l mine followed tuit two yearn i , and since IShO, production from; i ha been rout inu.sjs. The annual It Op to 1 had nut crped-d J torn. Western Kentucky mines t exceeded in shipmenls thtase of tt,.T American district since l'.sil, yiso thow of any foreign country ((icrmany. The Castle Dome ! f of Ariiona and the central Tents- district have been shipping since Their alm have thus far lies-n i. lull rcntral Tenrwasiee rep r1 Jvrrcase for P'sY ...

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. — 23 February 1906

i t i ; "''' :. S !r,l 1 ' ; n R 1- Sick Headache "Y!ien your head aches, there Is a storm in the nervous sys tem, centering in th brain. This irriuiion provinces pain In the heaJ, an J the turbulent nerve current sent to the stom ach causes nau-ea, vomiting. This is sick hcaJ;ic!:e, ami Is dangerous, as fre-juciit and prolonged attacks weaken the brain, re:i!:ing in loss of memory, ir.ilamna'. ion, epi lepsy, tits, .fiititiess, etc. A!!.iy this storinv, irritated, aching condition hv taking Dr. Miles' Anii-l'ain Vills. They -'oo the pain by sootli ir.g, strengthening atil reliev ing the tttision upon the nervcj not by paralyzing them, as do most headache remedies. IV. Miles' Anti-l'ain Tills do not contain opium, morphine, chloral.cocaine or similar drugs. "!ck h"idv!i t herrdltarv In m Tnn-.ily. Alv fatter nuflnnl a gr(-,t l-.il, and J- many y.iirs 1 hiv h.ij l-p.lls lh.lt Tl. K W,Tf tll.lt I W!l un.it, !r to uo, :y t-.:-!n..i afT.iin lor it day or nt a t ai". Injun- a, vry m vrre...

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