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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 February 1906

Bark.. Harrhbart, is LIFELESS RIDERS. HlgKOO r.nilM. Cuni kr "ZEMO" Affr FUa Yw' Toriara. WHY? SUFFER THE TORTURE OF ECZEMA OR ANY SKIN DISEASE WHEN THIS GOOD MEDICINE HAS NEVER FAILED TO CURE Si lUmuMM'Ud in... luy vntt. M, ........... I'.t Mi I M in tii Him"' HrhMtntf ihi " KM" . o t irmi, If hi m? Hf I "ill giivtlt via r r r.t,i.i. whit fur ft-l mrdtri ur iltrt nt riit I iflcf.1 iii t intra. I mm m tir'uri.itf lull rtf r ciu of tb mm. I inH tihi iiltn.ii 1'lor. anu ncry wimiiI rur 1 4 fcrM f HlH'tH r'trf 1 iliwi wma aitil i.ril lo n,y n k ind li ; n7 Thxl iri ho ri rairh III tbtMii, I ". tMi ! in In mi omu nnM Ui ni Drwl rl M iMf Mf lali.tl b hi gin m (H.iiiil y.r.MO i Um IWi (.! it-(M.ii a,u1 ihf In hintf. . L - ...... .7.. Ti ...! t ......yir'J..-- hj ,. it, rsj M i bd ...i. .i.im ui ktn i hrM ntpnuH. tint I imiM (Mil ftumi. I nru Iih rtiltfvif !L. . k... .unnl Irn l-rtihrla ill kM frt LallVf that! I bat Ifil III Biahf I i ..I a mW I aiwaar a'l liMU.fr. fl . J j Jiai-viCb ii r,...

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. — 23 February 1906

I- WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW A place where you can get the best bargains at the lowest price? A place where quality and quantity are considered before profit? If you do you should call at the Cavender Dry Goods and Millinery Store on the corner of Main and Salem streets, in the Carnahan building. We handle only the best and prettiest in every line, and you have but to call and examine our goods and you will see for yourself. Look What We Have to Sell: Embroideries Eyelet, all over and flouncing, as pretty patterns as you ever cast your eye iion. Laces li Our Valenciennes linen torchon, round thread balls and liuby Irish laces combine beauty and dimtiness. Jaixxik at our laces if you are plan- jTninc a pretty spring waist. A Neckwear U A woman's toilet is not com plete unless she. has a neat looking neck. We cany a complete line of turnovers, collars, ribbons etc. You wiil be pleased with our (food and our prices. Fancy Work Are you interested in fancy work? Then you should not fail to ...

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. — 23 February 1906

Jni Sutherland. .ille.iyrr lift Mi-fnUy fir M . afVr itinr Maine in ,.ir after NUrih I )tm will find ', r tnrr nn Hank tret mar Kill') Cfclllerry. M, .ni II an. Jn.. Sutlirr '! T'ieiUy fur New Meint ir.Ja titv l"ur I f. -rift t that u can ala warm nx-al or rd lunrh t-ta irmt. M"rnn A Yate. i .'Tit M"rr rame mrr from Saturday cvl .iwnl Sun- hTLE RECORDS. J. Morrin. Dentin!. Limn wuh here Sunduy. you want in the Krwry Morris 4 Yale. .iikiii vk ctit to Miidiwinville hhI fi-rtilir.fr t K" " Uilnu--W. I.. Adiittm. Sivwnan went In Sturi k t haniiicin went t I'ritif v i Ak'i-nl K. .1. William wan v '1 mo K'xxl driving oiih'. i -,ti ;. M. CriiltT. S.w Orli'HtiH and maple iiyr- -.lure. Murria Si Yale. . uUh Cliirk m Hx-nduK ihc Klk llurn Sulonn for the .. mi earth Hardin. t MiCunl. of llHtiijt.iri, i ,ty this week. i.ik Ity 4 lUttield Min.lreU , parade at ll.'V) a. m. nr HtutiofK-ry, Inlla andcirru .1 at TllK IUkiIiU nrtire. I'lTKinn left Wednesday for tu i-r alm-nt neveral day a on . riil a...

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. — 23 February 1906

EVERY IAY i r From FEBRUARY, 15 to APRIL 7 LOW KATES to Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia 9 VIA THE GREAT NORTHERN RY. "Tha Comtortabla Way" THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS DAILY BETWEEN CHICAGO AND SEATTLE. YOU OWN YOUR HOME? o. ADDITION ' o The. CITV or marios-t. NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES: To from M V: ll.vrr, tiir.il Kail., riulir. nju.nilj Mr n.i. fialiMfll, VVfntrhah in. I imrriir,!ij'r lunula. l.'U.OO Jciminc. Mnni , Wfnjti hrf . '4li . rrrnir. K C, Kontrnai poimv iip jnf jn.t tutrmirili jtf ioint ?2 50 Staltlr, Ktrrril ami Pnri s.nnil Puini - '.'5 00 30 mi 33 He LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGE. CUT THIS OUT AhO MAIL TO US. pfl W. tid y.,1 l.!uii .7 fr i'uairl..l 1rar.ii..'iaa tmll.tta ' of Mian... . ,..r'b dak. I H.Miiilluiiui. iVam. th oa you want ) Our. y,.u rompi'i. al"ratatl.a at.'til tii. i ,.ttuBil-a abil rraatupa'a ul tl... 'fttr Pi t f ittrr ii 'i.rmti..i a.t.lrr.a l.a..t,fr Tr.ft. Ivtrll.at ltraat Nirtt...ri I; , a m I'.-ii. ! a MAX BASS. D I Imav.icr.li...

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. — 23 February 1906

1 CENTRAL I H. 1 (Yntral muintaiim Double, t, linil nperntea thi' heat of DininR Curs, Huffct-l.ilira-,ir Cur iind Sleeping Car, d, St. I.miis, Cincinnnli i south t New Orleuna. id fur reaihinir the Winter Ha of the south. inclndiiiR j, Vlckstiiirrj, Jlss., Hammond, La. u a rw OrleitV" Feb. Ti, ort i a Mexican lulf Cm.st the new, line "(I real ' SI t ItcRulur ocean steam uj frmn New Orleans fir nlral A merit u, Panama, $ and Europe Send or rail ,ive mnller in rcRard to the .na Via. Ni:w Orleans. ,i Culm, i l" nt reached vm Central through J.erviee to lint ami the new orenn liner, 0, fnnctccllknot I S. I'rlnce Arthur Parisian Day Hats Arc of Satin and Black Taffeta. M it i iifmim:sun mi a pea p. 1otUra III l.uld I. a Ilcmu irllia Mcriea Mill He uf Muilrmlr r. I'l-llliual I li.uui luua lllar aud Uul III 4 IlllllllllUlllia. Tin' latest luls from I'll I' In fur llli) He.ir mi' ol' hlmk lalti-lii Hint aatlli The satin l atrctclicd plain over the li:iis. Put tin' tuffetu model an1 hlr ml....

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. — 23 February 1906

f;'. t f f SI ii: t ft . 4 ! .V V I i . f r M1- TO LEAD AND ZINC. DECLINING. 'DONNELLY & HATFIELD MAGNIFICENT MINSTRELS (Continued From First Page) nf the district, follows somcwhut t he J)lin pattrrn, Imt differs in th instal- ; mium or a rather compi. to mziiii; sys- ..., ..-.... ....... 1 . I i iii ufi.iK n iii-n lj" "ililM'l l.ern'11 i and a separate f.-ur-cell jig lor each (IIUH Al Ii. Hl'ld ul OpCH HOUSC, size, l no pivl'li'in s to concentrate . the Muorspur :i tul it I 1 1 . . A new grinding mill is being envied by the Keystone land and Zinc Company at their John mino alxxu eight mile from I Tin- Donnelly A llallicld Magnificent j . in, k. Minstrel have been noted for the nov- The in-w i'.:iK'li';nnll jiie.u- , Salem was M'lty and tiianilieenee of their first ! praetieally e.i:tiplet..d t!i - ear and ttie , I'art, and this year anolher Htride in ( luiildiiii.' of the Sai.ders null u a! ul : 'he tiiareh of pro'tv has wn taken. ' nadv for thi invtallatmn of nui lunei v . i ...

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 March 1906

I ( -' ME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., MARCH 2, 1906. NUMBER 34 Crttteidm 1M CAIRO I TO NORFOLK, VA. i ' Company Incorporated at illle to Build Road In ; Western Kentucky. Wort Ky., Feb. 24. -John W. m, of Mayrleld, is her securing Ow-nU of State oftiriala in the ctiun of the Tennessee and hrer railroaj. jltimate terminals of the road F Cairo, 111., and NorfoiK, Va., fill run through fifteen counties tucky. which arc badly in nwd loada. It haa been in content- for more than twenty years. Goode, of New York, look hold project and in the ahort time he jtrfl prescient of the company f way haa been secured nearly Jtkinsville. Charters were secured I eighties in Kentucky and Ten I, and Mr. Goods aaya the road be completed from Mayfirld to Inaville by next October, i mad will Ultimately lie known a Taini and Norfolk mail Itegin- at a point i..ite Cairo it will! atmugh fifteen Kentucky count iea . it rrarhe Whitley county when J rru over the State line to Ul. Tcnn., and thence direct...

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 March 1906

You Must Sleep. If you cannot, it is due to an irritated or congested state of the brain, which will soon de velope into nervous prostration. Nature demands sleep, and it is as important a fid: it is a part of her building- and sustaining process. This period of unconsciousness relaxes the mental and ph.ical sirain, and allows nature to rotore ex hausted vitality. Dr. Miles' iViervine brings refreshing .-!ecp, because it soothes tin- irritation and re moves the congestion. It is a No a nerve builder; it nourishes and strengthens ev ery nerve in your body, and creates energy in all the organs. Nothing will give strength and vitality as surely and quickly as Dr. Miles' rvine. 'rnirlnjr thr naat wlm.r I r.irl two ttnckn if 1 tulilip- vim ii Lit ma vrry w-at, a.,d in l.nd . nl,t mil. I wan no ni'miut 1 emtio it.t .-.-. My wiff. afl-r trylna iliftvr.'itt nnlim, w-nt for a lnr..r. Th- r1v '"- w.a out. and a i rlgbl,,,r rr, ..mm. nd- d nr. Mil-.' Nri-vliia, an.l ,.. l.iutii,i Iiohi a IhiII...

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 March 1906

I HOSPITAL PHYSICIANS SAIft ; it wouii kiwit its to rm sqhetbim to cuk this dcai oli surrtsci. Mm. a W. Ropk. t Louis, Mu ' HJamomi, 1ki.. Not..... ptAfc Ht: Th nhsrltf p.ilil In wlmni I mi mu-'h tmwtl nlMTMif-ln ytanotd ft I im iim itui-i N-tmnih uut "'Amu,' and bar ihl u l-Vlh. llr aiPtvllb liaa Imi tuaur for ointt timj imi1, kuBnrtim aminlf from tin nil trotibia, aimtntitin in ttot tnf rimis ul ihm flue-. In BUandaun. htm bm iMr a hard wirht'f H ln'r 1 1 f btvlnjr Mttwt ilM living f'tr bar f .rally h twin tig U-nnir-r, riosufuhtti utrr a yvmr mgo atMini bwa to trmul hr. It frtwlualir $u m wun-fl and wiitm wiili I brnMr Inwlf tu (Trud, tit i-tf both a tnau of oiia e..n (nilr opamtlng. Thm U h.iig and but Ming Mmtatirirt u udrraiiiul at Unnalnai II lniMt fur bur upwpui.a oraNlit, Tle Jittor Uo uf aur btU pronoun. (. ttia uni ku iiraM. mini win n I atkd pnnntMtna lo nm " priinitt'ly wtd, "It uuid delight a to find aMuUiliigM vr thtdir md taiinVmr " 'Ffnu" itri uwd nn tha t-r prl tf ...

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 March 1906

Cbe Crittenden Record, ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. EnU n.l a aooind-claKa nutter July IS, 19M. at the ponLulHct' at Marian. Kv.. unitrr Act of Con ma of March .1. 1H7S. FRIDAY, MAR. 2, 1906. The Printer's Stick. Munual eoiiipot.ition has undergone but littU' rhantfe since the days when the earliest comjxsitors stood before their caws and picked up with the fingers of the right hand the various types, which they put into the rude, wooden stick, held, as now, in the left hand. In the primitive states of the art the stick was in reality a stick a thin bar of wood, "a home-made strip of deal," with an end piece and a back piece "tacked" on, and a third piece. in block form, also tacked on at column width from the end. For a change in column width another "stick" muni be taken, or a ro-tacking submitted to, In an ancient engraving, which pur ports to represent the interior of a printing office in 1!20, it is worthy of note tha...

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 March 1906

F- IE RECORDS. Morris. Dentist. yim want In the Rrocery Morria A Yates. at the aame old Copher. in (iracey BI!ieHS ny ireuchel trn, of Kclhey. was here ll fertiliser t ro on tobiif- W. L. Adunis. )uh went to Ixiuisville mil a nice, hut lunrh, KJ it.ni. Jones, went to Sul- r McNeely went to Prince- VTwo ifood driving (amies. i ,h. Geo. M. CriiU-r. w Orleans and maple syr gt.ire. Murris 4 Yates. Thi. Champion wm in fci.Uy. r. T. C. (iuens visited at in. lay. Klk Horn Sassai for the Ury on earth Hardin. hi Mmner, 01 miu, vmimsi Lre'a last week. and the freshest of grurrr- al Copher 'a. blue I'hcpherd, of Tolu. vis- 1, nl Coasitt thia week. ir stationery, bills and circu it Tllk K oKD office km and Klmrr Gahaircn are kin attrtulinK the Msrdi rrl and whits, but no l.lue, n at the Klk Horn Saloon. Hardin. y k-t) and .S. I. I era. of rrehrr the firat of the lavs a week lli-raM and hM for one )rnr lor only k -ii' 1 ri'lrr I ash' l al liu i.nd ! haii returned t hrr M. returned from Tolu Sun ...

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 March 1906

IN HIGH LATlTUtJ Tbrr Im Oka Mr.,. WKI . """" rllltrla , t hT uu till l.iihh,j i. EVERY laUtlldt M tli-ttn . Hit In , ... imj w-MKxiiii ni Hi m, inn uir nm in i a.ii. ., tin villa aira .ln(vi ,k,tlBi ley niiilrr my i,, ,w IAY Willi I'lnta or muring, l.. I.. ...!.. 11... I From YOU OWN YOUR FEBRUARYS 15 to APRIL 7 inr o mriTK t. Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia VIA THE GREAT NORTHERN RY. "TK Camfortabia Way" THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS DAILY BETWEEN CHICAGO AND SEATTLE. NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES: Trwn St. Paul. Tn M moeftpnllt aii InilulU Havre, l.frai Fallt, Hulte. Aniruuda, Hrlrna, Kalrapell, Whiietiih an.l intt-rmediate point.. i.V.OO Jrnninp, Mont., YVenatrhre, With., Kemir, B C, Kootenai pointi, Spokane and intermediate poinu ...... , 22.50 Seattle, Everett and PuRrt Sound Point. 25.00 From Ckta-a... $10 IO 33 (m O ADDIT ION TO Th C7 Or AMm0V-, LIBERAL TOt-OVER PRIVILE6C. CUT THIS OUT ANO MAIL TO US. trflfTC Vf willaand iou alooluMj lr-r Mnatraliwi diwripl...

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 March 1906

INCEMENTS. CENTRAL R. R. i Central maintains Double I and operate the beat of pining Cars, HufTet-Libra-jr ('lira uml Sleeping Cant, jb, St. Imis, Cincinnati miuth to New Orleans. for reaching the Winter If of the south, Including t Vlckstnir g, to., Hiimmund, La. !ut New Orleans Feb. 27, t in u Mexican Gulf Count r the new, fine "Great Intel. Regular ocean .team from New Orleans for tit ml America, Panama, lurid Kuroie.Send or rail Jvi' matter in regard to the L Via. New Orlcaiis. r J'ulia, in beat reached via fnlnil through JUervice tu Is ami the new ocean liner, tiirifteen-knol S. Prince Arthur HrleanK every Weilnemlaj E" n arriving at .Havana at iy morning. jrlDijs, Ark. florida. p-ping Car without change 31. .t Springa, withJVonnre nplii" fromjt'inrinnati and me Flyer" Sleeping Car Sum to Jut kmnville via Naah- Luiotra and Atlanta. J Jcxlco, California fi.., llie lllinou lentral and pew jil. r the aupirexof Raymond till. will leave Chicago Fri ( :'n, ami Feb. 2H forlMei piforni...

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 March 1906

LOCAL NEWS The Continued Story of Current Events Fredonia and Kelsey. Subscribe for the best magazine. W. C, Glenn, Agent Charles Massey Smith, col., died List week. W. E. Cox and family are visiting in Salem. Miss Bertie Wigginton is visiting in Marion. Cobb Noel is in Texas looking for a location. Oscar Gray, of Kvansvillo. was here last week. Herbert Butler returned from Arkun- sas Saturday. The spring term of the school will egin Monday. w. J. uucaa, of Lnder, was in Kelsey a few days ago. Several load of tobacco were taken to Princeton last Monday. Mr. Mayes and family returned from Arkansas Tuesday morning. Everything went extremely high at Tom Bugg's tale last week. Miss Imogene Wigginton visited at Older Saturday and Sunday. Over S6 were taken in at the school entertainment for the school library. Collins Dollar and family, with ethers, will leave for Kansas next Taesday. Mrs. Babb and her sister, Miss taicile Daniels, of Carrsville, visited here last week. Some people say t...

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 March 1906

(rrtre fittEBiEH UME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., MARCH 9, 1906. NUMBER 35 OF MONEY ILL BE SPENT i - umbcrland Telephone & Telegraph Company COUNTY Of CRITTENDEN f niutruclliin ol Lines and t Ranges Will Begin and Work fill Be Pushed Rapidly ,7 Of WAY HAS lliH SllTKED (unilicrland Telephone at Teto- ft Company ia just on the eve of jbng (out fcm.OiO in the construe fif linen am! rxchango in Cnttrn nd I.iviruTtin counties company already ha line run- If nrni Fmlonia, nine mile south of to Dvcuntiurg, in thi county, in the CumbwUnd riviT. At .the tr place an exchange in licing 1 Tmit o right of way ha brin Jred (mm the city of Marion fir Vrfv.lru.tmn of a line to extend out ki.tr.-rt, whiih will UilenHft the anl Salem road nrsr the Crook f reek bruige. A line is to be built intern wherw a kval exchange will stalled r plm aretm U ground frotn her aW-m and the construction of the will likely atun begin. Whs Cv i i snmplet and the exchange at t-n in bu.lt the clUiefM of that pl...

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 March 1906

Lincoln s fcwala tlnt.'a" "Linckliom" and "Linckhern." His vagrant career liml supplied him with mi inexhaustible fiimi of anec dotes, which he told tUvorly and well. He loved to ait about at "stores" or under shade trees and "spin yarns," a propensity which n toned for ninny ulna und made li!m extremely populnr. la politics lie was a Democrat - u Jackson Democrat la religion be was nothing at time and a uicmU-r of various le nomination by turns-a Free Will UiipliM In Kentucky, a Preshyteihtu lu Indluua and it fiixcipli vulgarly called 1'uuiplxOlite iu Illinois, lu this latter communion he seeum to have died. It ought, perhaps, to In- lucutioned that both iu Virginia and Kentucky i liis name wa commonly r nnxii n i "Mncklioru" and iu Indiana "1. luck horn." The Usage was s.i general that Thomas Lincoln came vry near losing b!. rrn! Lame tiitng.UhiT. a lie uever wrote it at all until mi.r Ins rrlage. and wrote it (lieu oul.v inc. Ii.hiichIIj . it was never c!il one way ..r the other ...

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 March 1906

! ' u. i. f art-Ache i iain m the breast, dif fbreathinn, palpitation,' W or dizzy spell meant bur heart is straining; it j its' effort to keep in I This is dangerous, f sudden strain from ove r hn or excitement will Wtrlv exhaust the nerves, It ure the walls or arteries i lirart, and it will stop. rvp this terriMe (.train ai t-v . ..ii...'. 1 I i I Willi I'l. .Mlirs jrn It invigorates and tii,n the heart nrrvei iimisclfs, stimulates the I action, and relieves the and misery. !f no chances; make your strong and vigorous with Lies' Heart Cure. ' k..ir.rril t-rrll'le with heart - l.i ,.hi,iria for g,t ri.ult tin Mi i . ... ; . ' .. .' ' - j j . ' - - ' . - ; .. ''-.... . , r-l ' : .: 1-1 JJOi.-. - J.-.. ..-y.- , T-- - - -. I f't'':i3,,',i',,y 'rn U -, - Ml Li i ; A COSTLY LESSON. ; Lark at Mre Eailin Caw Htn . Lose Is Okl. TmWW. lb Vjjilo town bid leeeta reeeutly wfciefc K will Dot , forget fa hurry. Ihirttif Art' thHt iiu-'e In tin- busi ness aretlon tl developed thnt there WtH 110 (...

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 March 1906

Cbe Crittenden Record. and,thn wondw hn. 1 ,7 w ' mnu tnmnrmiif nm u?hrt umill.l lw the ISSUED WEFXY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enteri-I uh s-c.ml-cl,tt. matter July l'.sM. at the postuflici- at Marion, Ky.. uii.l.-r Act of Con greamif March X 1S79. FRIDAY, MAR. 0, 190fi. The Hon. John I.. lorsey. of II. n uVrsnn. has lircn appointed a special jiidtre ly (!nv. HocUiam to try tlio Harris murder and complicity cases at Jackson. Laze Henry, llie youth who accident ally shut himself through the head at Casevville recently while practicing with a target rille, died Sunday from Mood poisoning resulting from the wound. The funeral took plie-e at Iiethel Monday. One of the new enterprise here n a concrete company which has bright loser of it. That seems to he the man who can get the benefit of the home made laws here. I could have dressed in Prince Albert clothes and have worn a number 10 foot in a number 9 tooth pick shoe, and smoked cigars...

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 March 1906

5 LE RECORDS. Morris. Pentliit. Wiltiitmi hn been very i.lniian wan in town this hI fertilizer to go on tohne W. L. AilaniH. f AniiiKton, Mo., in vtMit 'iii. II went to Kvuiwville nlieim lift Saturday for .it, if Kri'ilciiiiu, uuhIhtu iinell liait returned from i ), of Kurd' Ferry, nn lulifijr, "f Berry Ferry, in I . of Sheri.l.m. wn in . k. Ji iikniH iinite.1 friend, in L t week. I ik ll'Tii Saloon fur the . i .n earth Hardin. Richard J. Morria, Dontint. J. I). Hunt hut gone to Kansas. Curtis Anhor went to Evunnville this w'k. John Cochran in vimtin relative, in the city. Wm. Miller of IxiuinvilU-, watt here TuuMilay. II. M. Course, of Sheridan, wuHhere Tui-Kilay. S. H. ('rider, of Oklahoma, wu hore lat week. II. ('. Mulhall, of l.ouiville,fwuH here thin Week. J.ilm (Juirey, of Sullivan, wan here laMt Kriiiiiv. Tli., (hiiinpioii wi'nt to Colt inula, I. Iat wi'i'k. Il.'iiry Chandler lias moved to a farm near Iron I ill. LEVI COOK Jeweler MARION - . - KENTUCKY. oi 0 3 E pi II i' und ...

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 March 1906

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