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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 9 March 1906

V r I CENTRAL' 1 1 , Central maintains Doublu L iiml operate the beat of r i Pining Cum, ltufTct-Lihrai mr l urn una Meoptng v. am, St. l.ouhi, Cincinnati tic Hnuih l New Orleans, nl for rcuching the Winter .rtsol me aouwi, including s, Vlcksburg, lis., Hiiininund, La. hi at New Orleans Feb. 27, i.rt in a Mexican (iulf Count ing the new, lino "Great Hotel, Itcgulur ocean Mtcum it; from New Orleans for .fit ml America, i'anuma, f ami Kurope.Scnd or call i vi' matter in pi?""! to the na Via. New Orleans. Cuba. i Ix-nt reached via Central through JWvire to ii 1 ii in I the new ocean liner, nineteen knot 5. S. Prince Arthur I irlcans every Wednesday ,ii. I arriving at j,llavana at lay morning. Springs. Ark, Florida. lepmg Car without change II it Springs, witliJVonnec mphi fminji'mcinnati and "I'uie Flyer" Sleeping Car L ui tojackaonvillevia Nash BUna ami Atlanta. J Mexico. California Tour'f Mexico and'JCsli l he Illrhoia (Vntral and Nr le t the aupK eiyjf Raymond id. will leave Chicago...

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 March 1906

i 4 f I flPAl WFW The Continued Story LUwiL llLllJ of Current Events Dycusburg. Mrs. Mary Langston is ill. Luther Pace, of Salem, was here last flonday. Geo. Decker was sick last week and arable to be at his grocery. Mis Cora Graves is a guest of her sister, Mrs. 0. H. Scott, of Cairo. Cassidy & Co. have added to their louring mill an up to date saw rig. Dan Hornbaek has purchased the very stable from Crane & Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Padon, of Lyon ounty, were here shopping last Saturday. Mr. and Mr. Henry Rice, of Kelsey, were guests at the home of S. II. Cas ed)' last week. The stockholder of the Dycusburg fanning factory held an important bua ktefts meeting Monday. Pr. T. L. Phillip and E. G. Brown were in Paducah last week to purchase material for the erection of a calaboose here. Mesdames Annie Newcom and sons, f Marion, and Alma Burks and sons, f Blackford, spent last week here. They were joined by C. L. Burka on fcU return trip from Louisville.. Carl Glenn and fami...

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 March 1906

f 4 i ftn? ittEHlfal UME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., MARCH 16, 1906. NUMBER 26 3U WS MEETING ; AT ORLENVILI.E, KY. ft Held April lb 17 io urgaiiuc Territorial I nlon ol American Society ol Equity. are informed from the head.Ur- jt the American Society tf Equity napons, inn., mai menum held at t.reenville, Ivy.. April V.. i.ria tlTTltO- cti.nl Association lo order thai lie twelve phonetic words I if used hereaf ter in all it tullicn t ns instead i f lln! larger form, "and the d. p.irtm. nt bi recommended to ur 'C that the hi. pernlendeiits and Uwirhcts henaftir in appraising words in pupiU" writttn work shull givn redil for these won! spelled afUr lliii stylo of tlx) National Kdurational Association. There-forms contained in the .revolu tion, if adopted by the National 1 du rational Associaton. will affect lie spelling of twvlvo word in all school of the Unite! State. Following are the changes r (oiiuni mini: Illinois for business, cnuf for emu gh, fethcr for feather, nitwuref...

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 March 1906

Lincoln's Youth 22? Early Manhood By j WARD HILL LAMON, HI Friend, Intimitt and Bodyguard Lincoln' second bouse was a "rough, rouuli log" out. Tbe timber were Dot bowed, and uutll after the arrlvul of Sally Hoti In 18IU It bad uelthcr floor, door nor window. It stood about forty yards from what Dennis flank railed that "darned little half faced camp," which was now the dwelling of the Sparrows, it was "right In the bush" tn the heart of a virgin wilderness. There were only seven or eight older settlers In the neighborhood of the two r;i'. .u creek. The nearet town was Tr..y, situated on t..e Ohio, about half a mile from the niiiuih of Anderson creek. Geutryville had us yet no existence. Traveling was on horseback or on foot, uud Uie only resort of commerce wne to the pack hoi.. or the cauoe. r.ul a prodigious immigration wns now sweeping Into Uils inviting country. Harrison's vldo rlei over the Indian had ojiened It up lo the peaceful settler, and Imll.ina ut admitted Into the lulon...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 March 1906

er iodic jPains. V. Miles' Anti-rain Till ft most remarkable remedy the relief of periodic pains, ,lache, nervous or Bick head je, or any ol the tlistress j aches and pains tliat cause men so much suffering. U tain is weakening, and Ves the system in an ex isted condition, it Is wrong tiffer a moment longer than fessary, and you bIkjiiM take I Anti-Pain rills on first in fation of an attack. I taken as directed you maj e entire confidence in theif Jrrtiveness, as well at in the fct that they will leave no dis frecable after-effects. J'hey contain no morphine, jjtim, chloral, cocaine or othet ipgerous drugs. rror a looa- ilna I aMfftnal .ilr !' cii a baUiaeba. the tn umA ummv than I an anilura. mtrkm run Oil vMr mnth. ul Ul lu or Uira dta I ! ..r al4 10 anvthlna; lU Mild m ma mu.h Mlft until I hr .a (ha ua of n WiW Anil-PJn an1 tlwr aiwr i. mi tlma. Mr aUI", m eunr aama vay, ran un uo-ra w.m. ia aan" rrai.Ha." MliH I'AftK. fiiX 8. Mlilua-m St, aWuUi Baad. in . M'W Anti-Pale, full ar ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 March 1906

-1' : "I Ok Crittenden Record ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enteral aa ran-ond-tla matter Julj IT. I;xi4, at the poHtuitire at Marion. Ky., under Art of IW twh dI Man h 3, liTO FKIDAY, MAR. l!t, WORTH KLrYiLMriLRING. There is no roltbiiijr in this world that is not misused, am) this is hs true of advertising as of anything flao. The ti'inptati m to "stretch tilings" in tell iiid u siTV "f biieiness - -w liiili is truly whnt an advertisement is is an strong us in telling an ordinary yarn, and this leads to untruth and iit-ct-ption, with the o nse pient result that the uvi rage advertisement in discounted as to its must imxrtant statements, and in many cases properly so. Thetirm thnt sucici ds in s'.it kirg to the exact truth in its advertising and convinces the I't'i'l'" "f the fact, bus letrned tie secret of making sidwrtising pay. pro- J vidim: it Iti.-o knot, how to tell ti e truth in a timely and convincing rn.iiii.ir. 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 March 1906

TTLE RECORDS. J. Morria. Dentin. add, of Frudunia, wan htrre . ... -i i ner, ol iriuune, vu m-io J I arris, of Tulu, wim here M f. rlili At to K on tobuo W. 1.. Adam. (Ilittelldell Went tD l'udlKah fc.irdon, of Matliaonvillo, wa Ly. larn, of Tolu, waa in the y. i iinn, of "Netilmnrii", Jj.y. i.nn went to Princeton one r..k. t'-nlrii, .f Hampton, wim ,r-J.y. M.vU, nf Tolu, id here tin-ro'-'t. "f T i'u, wim in town r. M'i- re attended roiirl Itichard J. Morris, Dentist. J. C Lowery, of Predonia, wan here MondHy. Itob Cook hait returned from a trip to St. I.oui. Joo Monro and Senator Chirk wi re here Monday. Archie DuvidHon was hick Kcverul diiyH Dim week. W. H. 'lark returned Wednenday from I.oiiiMVilli-. W. I. 1'roii Inn returned from Min eral Point, Win. Attorney Carl Henderson wu Ht Princeton thin week. t H. K. WOODS J. H. ORME j f Woods & Orme 1 DRUGGISTS f f Uev. Price will conduct Kerv k"a at the (! P. rhurcli next Sunday. We are in husine to ttUiy utid we w ill not he under...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 March 1906

EVELW DBAY From FEBRUARY 15 to APRIL 7 LOU KATES t Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia , VIA THE GREAT NORTHERN RY. "The Camlortabra Way" THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS DAILY BETWEEN CHICAGO AND SEATTLE. NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES: Trm Hi. Paul. To MinnxApUu and lululh II jtr, l,rtii Faili, Buttr, AnaconJa, Hrlrna, Kaliapell, Vbitrh and intermediate point, $.0.00 Jtniun)(t,Mont.,Wtnairhf, With., Femie, K. C, Kootenai poinu , Spokane and iatermrdiale point , 22.50 Scattk, Everett and Punt Suunil Points 25.00 LIHRU TOOVtW PWIVILE8Et. OUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO Ul. FRIT IT W will and Ton aNaolauJj fr lllastratad .laatrlatiT. W1t:s of Mlnanota, Kanh liakirta. klmaan or W.hlna-.m. iasa tk.eaeron "am ) Oh. yra toxpU'. taforaaiaua atut tk. .aimrtaiiltiaa and Mtnrfi ( thaa. .lata. Pi-r hnl m'nrsatio asdraa. P.ixasrr TraSc lnartm.ol Grasl MonS.rn kaitwaj. 8c I'aaJ. alias. MAX BAM, 'lrs'1 Lmaiurratlua Aftst. r. Clark Hi., flii-ap Dr. M. Ravelin ! tactic c LlmUes! to Placates ele...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 March 1906

1 '-4 fat ' v-1 to r-H '$ CENTRAL 1 1 .. Sis- Central maintain Double Ire, and operate the licit of tlhniiiK ('urn, Huffet-Libru-ir Cam und .Sleeping Cam, SI. I-ouia, Cincinnati jjllc south lo New Orleans. iul fur reaching tin- Winter toi ls of III-' south, inclndinK ns, Vlcksburg, Miss., Ilaminunn, La. ut New ( Irlciins Feb. 27, ..rt is u Mexican Culf Coast jing the new, fine "C.reat I lintel. Regular ocean Htomn Jmr fnrn Ni'w Orleans for triil r;il America. I'aTiurnit. j. mi! Furoe.Sciid or mil itivc matter in M-gunl to the f ;bmi Via. M:w Orleans. I Culm, is beat reached via y Central llil.mcjl J.ervice to jau-. and thi- new mean liner, it, miii teen knot i 11 bul I ml. Dreisy Luce Flounces Dotted With Velvet Bows. FE 4 I'll Fit IIV1S AUK MPCH WOBN Ilaklla U Caaalilered a Smart Color. The Sex lillrna Vrlret Itoand la.ee (pilar, of lrl.1, 4 rorhrl - A. Odd llraeelel f'eahliia. A (banning effort I gullied by dot ting liii-K flounce iikiiI on dressy tui lel whli velvet bow. Hnnictli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 March 1906

LOCAL NEWS The Continued Story of Current Events Mattoon. George Kin;, of Marion, visited here recently. Ross Scott is visiting relatives near (Veswell. Master Percy Summcrville has whooping cough. D. J. Travis spent Sunday with rela tives near Keptnn. Mr. and Mrs. Klliert Manley spent Saturday and Sunday at Crayneville. Mrs. Mamie Nunn, of Apiili irate, visited Mrs. Will Howerton Sunday. Prof. Wilcox in preparing to dispose of his farm and to go to I'aducah to Hve. Tom Dempsey, of Rodney, and Mon roe Travis, of Bell's mines, were hire Sunday. Uncle Matthew Brantley is spending a few days with his son who lives near Applegate. Misses Vienna and Elva Roberts spent last week with relatives in Web ster county. . Mr. and Mrs. did Sullivan, of Pleas ant Hill, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Robert Hodges. Mr. and Mrs. Bart Summcrville at tended the marriage of Miss Lily Doss at Marion last Wednesday. Iron Hill. The I. T. clu! met at E. L. Hom ings Saturday night. T. E. Walker, of Mar...

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 March 1906

IttEltflKB 2Et0f fl tUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., MARCH 23. 1906. NUMBER 37 ATEIIOOD BILL CAUSE OF WAR Veen the House and the Senate jAKER LEADS THE FIGHT ess ot Senator Tillman on late III Sets Politicians to Thinking and Talking MISSIOUR CRIST HAS KLTLRSfD she iiKniHHinali'il President Kooscvelt, a woman who gave her name a Mr. W. II. I .t waller, uf Philadelphia, up plied ttt the central mlioo headquarter fr protection. , She Kike rationally on all general subject, but the Mlire und coroner dnidul to detain her for an examina tion. Mm. Lewallor said that she fell in with a party nf socialist in Philadel phia and that she wu taken to a room there and made to take an oath against the president, being tnld that nht would be killed if It wan not executed. She aid ihe fled to Houston Tex., but tin men followed her ami the hail just come, to New Orleans. lire Bug Causes Excltemcn. Much excitement prevails near the littl town of Trenton, Ky. berause of the supposed work of an ...

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 March 1906

Lincoln's Youth 22? Early Manhood "At such times they were always treated with the utmost kindness. 4 oltle of whisky, a pitcher of water, sugar and glass were act out. or a bas ket of apples or turnips or some pies and cake. Apples were scarce thnin fluiea. Sometimes potatoes were used aa a treat I must tell you Unit the flrat treat I ever received in old Mr. I.ln kern's house, that wna our president's father'a bouse, was a plate of potatoes washed nml pared very nicely mil knuded round. It waa aometblng new to me, for I never h:id awn a raw po tato eaten leforo. I looked to see bow tliey made use of them. They took off a potato and ate them like apples. ,.r, ., , " 1 Thus they H,M.t the time till tin,. ' nreflchlllir In cinini..nn. II..... (,.. for preaehiiiK to commence; then they wouiii nil take their seats, the preach r would take bis stand, draw his coat, cn bis shirt collar, commence service by sltiRing and prayer: tane his text and preach till the sweat would roll ff In (Tre...

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. — 23 March 1906

Ur Life ttrrent. pwcr that '(fives' otl motion is the nerve (nerve fluid, located in It cells of the brain, 9t out through the 6 the various organs. I are tired, nervous, J cannot sleep; have t, feel stuffy, dull and o!v, or have neuralgia, lis m, backarhr, peri Joins, ituIi;,cstion, dys jtoiu.i' h trouble, or the Sand liver are inactive, i-rutrcnt ii weak, juj roilur in fuel is need t thin;; t increase nerve i-strni'tihen the nerves. files' Restorative Ner tlie fuel ymi need. It ,e nerves, jirodures nerve re-tores vitality. , Invariably vulgar, r cimi nn,i fr wi1(,m n 'aomtiimea ai an enriy age ue uegati iu attetiu worko 1 tot preuvlilnK roiiiiduboiit, but prin cipally ut Uie I'lgeon Creek chtii'ch, wltli a view to niching whatever mlictit be ludlcrou Iu the proudier'a ulr or mntter ami iiuikliiR It the. auhjort of pilinlcry an auou it I10 eimld collect nil audience of Idle bnya and men to hour him. A pluii HlrMiiK'i'r. iihhhIiib tlmt way on a Sunday morning, unit Invited lo prem U...

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 March 1906

CDC Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN. , Editor and Publisher. ' SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered aa necond-clnsa matter July 15, MM. it lh pmtc.llice at Marion. Ky.. umlrr Act "f l'n BreM of March 8, 1ST. FKIDAY, MAR. 23, 1H06. John M. Case. Louisville, p:irk:i(.e and Idler ddivi-rintf ami colliding system. The State senate has reduced the tax on corporations from forty to thirty cents on the thousand dollars. With the admission of the territories of Oklahoma and Indian Territory as the state of Oklahoma, another star will have to be added to the flatf. mak ing forty-six in all. W. Much Watson, well known to all our readers as former editor of the educational column, and also, as the author of other writings that have appeared in our columns, and who recently went to Texas in search of health, has been employed on the stall i f the Stephenville, (Texas) Empire. COUNTY UNIT BILL All counties, with the exception of those containing cities of the lir.-t four...

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 March 1906

RECORDS. rU, Dentist. ifl Sunday for St. f .tiliwr to (fo on tolmc- W. I Adams. In in Henderson lust el Morriit 4 Yates' f Kddyville, wm here I m still very low of jk lulls a specialty lit Jr.'. qin-ensware in town. iMoitms & YaTKH. tile m of W. J. Kay, fliry v i itfi relative lit lliinl.iy. H llnrn Siilinm for the I kii i uiili llunlin. Yr .1 y. (lurJoM, of . in i l.i' city. " v. ) , . -k . at tlio h!k S JJ T J'llli"tl. If, u ti ilute Juli -rint -I l;i i I'Hu nilii c. 'y. inrii' Tonkin is run i! Ui l.i tri4'- " jH t MMt the V ami l'H' )1.irmn. F.hs iL'l Ktii ry. Inlli sndcireu- 1 HI. Km. tin nl!lrr. Ill an. I white. Iul no blue, 'at the l.lk Hum Sal.n. ilanlui. b a wii a Herald and f..r ine )car for only . . .I a full line of the lat i t.n.u ariv Hp sure to M..MI.4 Yatis. I ft watt hi family ; ..m, K.i In re he w ill I I .r' Mi l II.'. bridle, mart l.iA.l. Will mil cheap, ti li, r.4.1 iit tl.ia i tllCe. i'h's Attorney J.ihn I., i .i. .f .Mi.iililjti.l, are in ! 'I1' 'ik' "l-'in...

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 March 1906

DO YOU Ota VOUK HOME? THE SUNDAY SCE LESSON XII.FIRS1 U'JAH'f, ., EVERY EBAY TIONAL 6EWLS, MAMCHt Tral f lha !. S.' Mviuuri rr.r. l'ro. a till, IKl i IK '""If,... llVprnjbt, l.. I) An III lliia I....I l; From r r pli-i tu gulilii iiimrn ,,,,,1 ' li-al'a W'ImIoiii fur .. , t'lirlnt tin- wImIiiih i, ' pn-ino m ill, t lur .-., , A jDITION I'nZ CITY Of MAZii .-rsr. 1 1 mi otir I .Mi l. Hi, ,, ,, (vrrti- 2'ii anil sulk M FEBRUARY 15 to APRIL 7 LOU RATES to Montana; Idaho, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia VIA THE GREAT NORTHERN RY. Tfca Comfortable Way" THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS DAILY BETWEEN CHICAGO AND SEATTLE. NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES: from Ht, Panl. TO atlDitramlla aoii I'ululb Hairr, Urcat Falls, Bulte, Anaconda, llrlrna, Kalispetl. Whitrfi'h and intrniirdiatt point.. $'.'0.00 Jciininga, Mnt , Wrrutrlirr, W'aah., r'tmic, B. C, Kootenai point j, SKkanr and intermediate P'i'' , 22.50 Seattle, Everett and Puget Sound Pointa 25.00 LIBERAL STOPOVER CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO CTEf ...

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 March 1906

IS CENTRAL ,, fU Central maini - !' jfc, mill npiT " jl IHnit'ir I'm -. " fci.ir ('nr. tin 1 vl pan. St. Um- ill" Hlltlltl fe.nl fur rt'.utiiii ( L.I III nf tin1 it.-Ulh i f III..I...L....... lis, ovwn, Miss., H.i:n iimi'i. I r at N'w i l"i' K'-i i.irt in Mexican 'nil nmr t H new. ft Hotel. IWuUr " n tit ik' frum New Hrl Central Aiil'-ricu l'i . L mil Kuni'. itivi' mailer i" ri'k'.n'l m Via. Kl'w llrln.iiiv. . ("iiIih. m r-.nhil (Vnlrul Ihrmiith ."if' in, ttnil lhe in' ocean Im A , liHI"t"'n-klint S. S. Prince Arthur ki w flrlcana evcrv Wi-dtie-"!.. It ami arrivniit al II i . 1 1 x n l.i v rnitrnifwf. V Springs. Ark. fliirlild. ; ln'iiii.k' Car wilh .'ii rhantf i . Il.it S . r 1 1 ir . "'i ..inii- M. 'ni'm l r-m t'tfn inn ti n t " I '! Flyer" Sleeping Cat ! ii to Jrk mi tile vu Na.h i r ' in 4M. I A I in'a M:x:x C.ill!iiriil.i ,! T 'ir nf M.-itru and Cull i i tii. Illiii .iia (V'itr.1 ami New i- I f td- 4ipi.'in "f li.tyni .ti 1 nil, tti.l have CI ii t'i i . ,'il ail Vi. 231. for M....

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 March 1906

LOCAL NEWS Levi as. Rinjj up your neighbor! Complain about the mads. Answer when you are called. Miss Effie Wolford, of Salem, visited fcere last week. James Henry, the mineral man of Marion, was here lust week. Wallace Davidson has moved from Tolu to George Barne's place to muke a crop. Tom Conyer is Retting ready to Move again, and will likely return to Marion. Mrs. M. E. Barnes, of Salem, is a guest of the family cf R. A. I-aRue this W'.'ek. Sidney Woodyard and wife, of Hampton, visited the family of Marion Beard last Sunday. Jasper Franklin has rented land on the river and expects to move there for the crop season. Miss Fleta Barnes, of Salem, wai bere this week cn route to St. Louis for spring millinery for the Salem trade. Chas. I.&Itue is busy opening up spring goods and waiting on customers and he pays the highest price lor produce. Don t forget to visit the Sc and 10c store when in Marion. Fohs. Sisco Chapel. Dogs are scarce in this section. T. N. Sisco has a nice bunch...

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. — 30 March 1906

ratten JSraif idL ME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY MARCH 30, 1906. NUMBER 38 fee fffitt )T 10 PUSH RADE ABROAD 4 ! reign Feeling Dying nt Agents Alert ENTS ON HEPBURN RILL 1 jry Kuul dues lu Rio Janeiro July To Be Present at Pan- American Coherence 3UUU BILL (jUNL TO COSH Kl SCt the Monroe ilia-trine." Thin wan the mutter on which Judge i'cnfield wan sent tu I'.rnzil ItiHt summer. ' He looked over tin- ground and declared that con ditions were riM fur such a move. He was an ofliciul in whose judgment the president rcposinl groat confidence, ami hi rejKirt was thiit only would lira.i! welcome such an agreement hut thut KuriiMan siitica were so moving as to make it most desirable. One thing in certain, that if such an rrmn: nn tit in Ui be niailr, the si-eretary if state is the man to do it and another thing is equally certain, that while there were wi many things requiring his attention at home, he would not lie Koine; to I .Tmin America and making a trip pos- sibly around to the ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 30 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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