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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 30 March 1906

nrr si .... 1 Jr. h riti 1 r lOUNCEMENTS. IIS CENTRAL H. R, anii Central maintains Double vici, nnd operate tho bent of Ith UinlnR Cars, Buffet-Libra-Chair Car and Sleeping Cure, jrugo, St. Louis, Cincinnati jvilln south to New Orleuns. fii.nl for reachitur the Winter .sort of the aouth, Including jans, Vlcksburg, Miss., Hammond, La. (Iran at New Orleans Feb. 27, llfjxirt Is a Mexii-an (Julf Coast larinif the new, fine "Great " Hotel. Regular ocean steam tiling from New Orleans for Central America. I'anama, jdies and Kurnje.Send or call jriptivo matter In regard to the 'avani fia. Kcw Orleans.' Hia, Culm, U let reaehed via ams Central through Jaervica to jrleana and the new ocean liner, flaw, nineteen knot J J. S. Prince Arthur I New Orleans every Wednesday 1 m and arriving at Havana at Friday morning. But Springs. Ark. flurlda. Jy Sleeping Car without change j . to ll.it Springs, withj runner t Memphis fnm Cincinnati and die. r..ugh "Pixie Flyer" Sleeping Car Jt' luit to Jacksonvil...

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. — 30 March 1906

CfK Crittenden Record ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, - Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entt-nst u seeiinil-dasii matter July 15. I!1.. At ths puMortice at Marion. Ky., umliT Ai't if Con irrtMR of March It. 17'.' FRIDAY, MAR. :'A 1!Hn;. Amiivw Carnegie, the millionaire, who in noted for his e.stalili.-hmetit of numerous free city libraries, is hm-king a plan for phonetic spelling. The governor has vetoed ll"iie reso lution No. 21 authorizing the a''int -men t of a commission to revise the insurance law.- and make roeom menilatioiis. The I.yon County Times .sas it is currently reported that the I. (.'. rail road will consolidate the two dcot of KdiKxilie and Kuttawa ut some central point an. I Mwndon the old ones. A .i-pateli from r'ratkfort Mates that 'hi re is little doubt that the lom ik rata- candidates for the various ollices will It named next time by a primary oiirti"ii. This will eliminate all chances of a Kedwine convention. I f.' re is revivirv.' 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. — 30 March 1906

I RECORDS. orris. Dentist. f (lucttnswurt' in town. MOHHIH ti YATKH. t at Morris & Yutea' lb, of I'incy, was ln:ro 'jirr went to Kredonia iim lift Sunday fur I in town, arrive he fore MnHKI.H Yatkm. M.H.rr nM'iit Sunilny with of Salem, wont to Iiu- i je uil. next week in this f J. II. Kay. attended i nf ('rriiilli i. vWlgcr WHS in IxUIHVlIU' t ho k. t('ardin, of View, va in r.k. p i.f Crcwcll, attended 6n.l.iy. I'.'.k Horn Saloon f'-r the r mi t uith lUrilin. )!..nn w a confined t his tn , l.lrt Week. gi " whixkcy at the Klk ill fJ per pillion, i Sn dninclic Sc T yard, tK.- I'al.oc. J. II. Kay. ti llr, of H pk ins v itlf, wax attending cmirl. I. after several weekinf jurned home Saturday, i f M.a nnrry, hills andcirvu ! at Tut I'm kii office. f. Kme Wi'lit to I'ave-in-I ti till hit ai'i'untmi iit. k' -t'y rug, all grade-, sell i '" i nit apiece tn . ' f A ('vrti.l.r f r.d ar, ! white, hut rm hlur, t t (hi- Klk Horn Salom. Illar.lm. n 1 ilk l:n I'Hii Hlinv- Jin oi iiriil iriifiwi...

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. — 30 March 1906

3E31 3E a ezie at f 7. .? 7' M J .1 fii fir . j 'til;" ;jl 4 : Ml i I "u IS ! t" 1 Before Leaving Marion Will Sell Any of These Lots at a Bargain: Read The Map Get a City Lot And Build A Home iFF , 1 I " jo i - - ft . j L J r 1 7 ? -'- ' - " ' I --if ; 1 I -.: ' i . j) t 1 -1L n 0 0 o O z I I have been called mwmv from Mnnn tn tL. ,U , f . t i .i ,. . . . . ... . s. Q x ti . 7 , j V'a'KC w; worK ,n nomeriield,and a. an inducement I will oTfer to the public any of the lot. in the e. o n e c- r ET a" Tk ' 7 ' aU " figUrC W b"B ""d M"' YU " tiL that I ren,n h,, reide" For information .ee me. I al.o de.ire to .ell my .even-room frame tv o and otCompr,,ng about half a block. My residence, a. well a, any of the above lot., i. .itua.ed in a healthful ,,, i city ot Marion, and in the corporate limit. Call on or addre. T mWAY M ' k' - 301 3: 3E DAY .Mil lMis "f K.C.S, PORT ARTHUR ROUTE Q2rEJf lUiniIIf 1 ,Vf S,0f k Nirhf- MAYSTA-K V . V TJT T '""T T T."7"' , HAToiaK - rLORIDA From FEBRUARY 15...

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. — 30 March 1906

iW Is Heart? tsc weak, ton slow, Joes it hkip a beat? jjave slinrtness of i or hungry spt-lls, jtlirrinp or choking iltatinn. fluHcrinp, d the heart, in side er: or hurt when t si.lr? jvc any of these your heart is weak and cannot get $ut assistance. ;es' Heart Cure l weak hearts, and V fails to cure lieart ry it, and see how will find relief. Jlinrv Irl, Vf I look . .. Imi at 'I iltoiwiv, f HOIK I WIS IftUI g .,.ai I.tn II, -it III V I .' M( in lirtil.'.rs n'l.l fain. l ii if up I" ill" Mf J. acre r.a..n i.i oti. t'i n 11'irm.il bIii. Hint 11 .l mioiiiiiI inv lo.ii t U .. . in.. i ll I I. "I Li ml i i 1 in h- ii fi'.m ni.iih l f ft" l-tlll ..f 1 T I ' i.-. ninl ly Hi" 1 1 1 i I tj, , u u I rnllirtir 4 u it. r imhii I I.H.. f-.r 4 in l I in al'l" lu 0 M'k on M.r firm Mf ri i .n i"1l m- n.l If II - I ! HI I. " II' HI I Ul t I IM III J i I i:i. U.m'fs. K. f Hrt Cur It told br 4, o Mill guarantr. that tla v'lt bani-M. If It fall, ml yuur IH0H)l. lical Co., Elkhart, Ind 9 ffMFRf OftW, 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. — 30 March 1906

I LOCAL NEWS Carrsville. Kobt. Campbell has moved to town. Mrs. Mollie Daniels is on the sick list. Mrs. week. Julia Stallions is ripht sick this Charles Barrett has moved to the swntry. Dr. A. A. Casper, of Joy, was here Saturday. Esq. C. M. Kilif held court here last Saturday. Cal Foster, of near Joy, was here Saturday. Jake Love, of love's Oh'ipel, was kere Saturday. Sheriff W. D. Bishop was on our streets Sutunbty, Fred Campliell, of Love's Chapel, as here Saturday. . Dr. (J. L. Crawford, of Smithland, was here last week. The Willie B. made a trip to lolu Saturday after produce. Claude Iawe and wife are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Karnes. Will Foster, wife and little son have keen visiting Mrs. Bi 11 Carr. M. C. Wright began his spring term f school at Oak Grove Monday. Editor of the. Smithland Banner. 0. C. Lasher, was here on business last week. Willis Mahan had to have one of his Sneers split on account of a lne felon iu .....i. Frank Travis had one of his ankles badly sprain...

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. — 6 April 1906

tttend UME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., APRIL 6, 1906. NUMBER 39 trn? he L FURNISHED OM THE M Practically All the Food of the World JTARY WILSON SPEAKS (iiniiilttie ut Congress oa the total ol Tax I'poo Alcohol or Industrial Purposes NT fY PKUF. IIIHC THOMPSON furnishing piarli. a'dv all 11 t:e world. Hut they are .In- . I ..mi- if even greater im- . . t.xiii ci i f fin I, light and hearing at Washington. ir il-n. of the Ifc-partmrnt p . ulturc, referring to thr mi- 1 tethnaal and cunimrrrial p W 1 1 H.' fir immri.ar hjrec of m-rsy . ' irmt im htrgrl wa-t.-d. . ..a! ii. .!, arr now detmilr ijusn and are l ing tapMll) uet up. i-rr-ln arr d'sai aritg and many i n tiatr Oia feared. The umr . . ! "r ..tin r af mineral uil and a t.'". In the future-it maybe 'ii.- in tl.e futurr the tlmr mill K come when thr world Kill t ! to arru ultjrr f- thr pro '. ( il fuel. Hi light an. I it. . ..rr It n-.-nn tn me that ki h tl.r medium f afcuM agricul- n tarnish in liir nt rutivrturnt f.y thr ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 April 1906

E3E Before Leaving Marion Will Sell Any of These Lots at a Bargain! Read The Map Get a City Lot And Build A Home l ! 'l ft Ll - ft ft : . Ui ' J I ; ' cv,, J ' U . !.. k J.. 'ft :-j r i, --ft:... -i ' " ro ft ... Hi- ;r -- : . - - ' 2 . 1 , - L- ..-. 1 - . ; : , ; - - I. , I ; r. J ' a ? e 0 0 V o H r 7 I Ik I have been called away from Marion to take charge of paitora! work in another field, and at an inducement I will offer to the public any of the loti in the Conway-Stone .Subdivision, that are not already old, at a lower figure than they have ever been offered before. You can during the hort time that I remain hrr get one or more of thee loti at a great bargain and on your own termt of payment. For information tee me. I alto desire to sell my seven-room frame cottage residence in a desirable part of the city- and lot comprising about half a block. My residence, as well as any of the above lots, is situated in a healthful t.onof city of Marion, and in the corporate limits. Call o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 April 1906

jVI I CENTRAL R. R. i Central muintiiinri DouMo and npiTiili' tho hilt or I lining Cum, HuftVt-Ulira- I Llu....'.. f'nm iir i " St. l.ouin, t'iiH-iimuti mild to New Orlrium. , I'm rnu Inni? tho v muT .. . ..l : 1...1:.... lii.l lilt1 WHim, linni'liim s, Vlcksburg, lis., IliimmoHa, La. rt ! Mrxifitn (!ulf Cout llir new. fine "Oral IIhIi I. I ovular oomn ateum from New Orloana for ArrwTim, rununia. I an 1 Kur.i' S.-nd or call . . I . . I. .. jvc 1 1 . .4 . T 'I in rri'iirn to i.i via. Sen Orleans. i ( ul..., is I aii rai'iiiHj via . I ! al IhrniiRh I ervire to .,' I tin- In- im run ImiT. ) r i . ti-.-n k imt S. Prince Arthur . 1 1 I. -.tiiM every WrdtifMlay : . I .iTIWIiH HH.lV.ltl4 ut .) it ..niiir. ;;irlinj:. Ark- Hurlda. i in Car without i lian' ' l.-t Sj-ru..'". itli2"""",r-! . ' t rii J1 'inrinnittl nnd I . x t.- I'ljrr" Slrnnir Car - ( .1 ai knitivilli'Via Naih in iiinl At!. int. i jMKilcn, Callluroid ..-,r f .f M.-kii-o un.iCt'ali ' I'.ui. (V"tr.il rind rw MtS'ii .. !. Jif K.i)...

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. — 6 April 1906

ARE YOU KEEPING UP WITH THE TIMES AND THE STYLES? ITVONT you want to wear the latest and most up-to-date apparel on the market, goods that U will save you 50 per cent, on the dollar in quality and durability? Well we are here with just that kind.' They are new and up-to-date, fresh from the city markets. We mean what we say when we tell you we have the BEST line of men's, women's and children's Shoes in the county! FOR MEN Wc handle the Hanan and Eclipse Shoes. These shoes combine style, comfort and wear. It is in every stitch, out side, where it can be seen, and inside where it cannot be seen, and it is these qualities that make them the liCST shoes on the market to-day. , FOR LADIES We handle the world re nowned Drew Nelby Shoes, shoe that (jives beauty to the foot, comfort to the wearer and just exactly fits your potketbook. We have it in all the latest styles, patent and kid, large eyelet, hue and button, (ommon .Sense, (uban, Military and l ieiuh heel, shoes and slippers. I "I ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 April 1906

I ! r - '- IZ RECORDS. MorriM. Dentmt. jnon went to Sullivan laHt I of ((uiM'tutware m town. 1 Mokki.h 4 Vatks. In iiit t Kvansvillc I ir nt Morriii & Yates' 1 tiT. of Irnui, was here 4) In town, arrive before I MoHUH i YATKS. Jllin.li ii went to I'.vans- jwn il.'inrHtic !V ht yurii, tin' Palace. J H. Kay. , (if Louisville, was here ( wnk. Nk H un .al..oii for the iy 011 earth Hardin. r!-, of i tliaf c, Tcnii., k. ir . " w hi-ki v at the Uk ,' J per pu'lon. ..1 -I f.in.iU li ft 'I i.i-m!h I I , to le.i lc. Mat nncry. bills and firm- ! Till' l:i ( iiKti ot'l.c. ' r I. ..f Kcl-ey. was a .1 I Sihnsle Sunday. ; umiI white, but no blue, ut the F.Ik Morn ShI..ii. Hardin, Richard J. Morris, Dontiat. Eggs and butter wanteil. Mokris & Yatmh. Henry Moore went to Evuiwville Sunday. Tom Cameron went to Sturis lust Sunday. Sidney Hoyd, of Kidney, wen here Sunday. Leonard l.owery, of Salem, was here Tuesday. Ion't forget Morris & Yates' rea tauntnt. Jan. Henry left lal week for Omaha,...

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. — 6 April 1906

i. " .- r 'I . I il ;:. m (Mi Ui 1 1 in 1 I Lincoln's Youth 22? Early Manhood llarWs' BlrHtlttt WARD HILL LAMON, His Friend, Intimate trial Bodyguard atrotta. anil, eaeln h wis to have uc tielp. bent ml-lity frame hu.I. tnkim: the Lie man lo his long arms, carri.si luia a ip-,., diatnuce to I) unit Hanks' i-abiu 'ibet b, built a flr. wart::l. ruil..-U and nursed him lhr"i:.'i Hi.- entire nuht. hit compau Ions i.f the road having ..ft him alone In hi in hiv. Till task. Tli. man often told -t . .u 11 Hanks lli.il l( Wu mU!,!v "olewr in A'.c lo t ,t- li!tn to a w.irn'i fir- II 'I colli n -III' niiil Vns Very mire Unit A '' Mi-tMiKlli and benevolen.e had .sm.,1 hi life. Alie u f..nd of uiu,..-, I, lit W;IH hitiself wholly ii'ial.ie to ir -Hlti e throe haruioiiiuua ii-t.-s toi:-il!-r n- inn,.. various rain utt-mp's i., (,.n lines cf -P....: ill.l No.!.- I. ui H j ,.,,. all .'..Hilly In lifrou and In.-it-. tual. ' li'li u tonus dl I it'. t ai ,r l. n t linn a; a'!.- .,; Dennis Hanks. I.nt...

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. — 6 April 1906

Neuralgia ! And Other a 1 n. ) j.aiu i any disease is t .ain, the result of a tar Jit condition of the nerves. stabbing, lacerating, p, lurninj, agonizing that romrt trom Tiir prum- wrve lraaniei, or sen- i iirrvcR, is nmriKM, aw ..i .U.f" a( titf 111 jr tain. . J. .Miles' Anti-rain Pills jv evar fail to relieve these li hv jmotbinf these larger k-(' and restoring Uucir kuil'uy. f. Milea Anti-Pajn rills frt no bad after -effftts, od i a reliable rewedy for every ,J of pain, Mirh as headache, iVache, atomarhachr, sciat i rheuman-m and neuralgia. tr also relieve Diizineu, jrrlcMneai, Nen-ousnen, i Sitae, and DUtrwa af i ratine. SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES ! THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON II, SECOND QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SFRIES, APRIL 8. Tut u( lae Lesana, Mall, ill, 1-14. Mrmorr Vrrari, 7, ( Oulilva Teal. Bs. am, M iinwilwr Prepared erf liY. D. M. alraraa. fi.1 ff" nrcli an4 4 h aim n " r -oinin any ,aJi"T pow.b-ia an raff' 'l-. a1" EoVl lV Mito Ann-l.la Ml, ar ' eura fnf haadai-na "X Jl ,rr...

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. — 6 April 1906

I APAI WPW? I The Continued Story LUlrtL IlLlfJ 1 of Current Events Dycusburg. Pierce Smith, of Tylene, was in town Monday. Miss Cora Graves visited in Paducah recently. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Mi-Reynol.k vis ited Mexico Sunday. Miss Lily Graves contemplates a pleasant visit to Paducah soon. Mrs. Margaret Clifton and daughter, Miss Nell, are visiting in Marion. Mrs. J. R. McKinney and little n have been visiting in the country. Mrs. l.aura Vosier, of Marion, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hill, of Tylene, visiteJ friends in Dycusburg Monday. M. B. Charles and family, of Hum boldt, Teno., are guests of relatives here. C. T. Glenn and family, of Paducah, have been visiting here the past two weeks. Mrs. Robert Clifton was in town among her relatives and friends las. Monday. Quite a number are awaiting the de layed steamer, ButtnrtT, to go to Paducah Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Decker returned Sunday from Grand Rivers, where they visited relatives. Miss Mamie Steele return...

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. — 13 April 1906

ittEHllEE 3toosiM VOLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., APRIL 13, 1906. NUMBER 40 Khz TOBACCO BILL CHOKED OFF Power of Tobacco Trust Is Great in Senate SENATOR ALDRICH BLAMED Ml Passed the Lover Without a Dissenting Tote to Remove Sli Cents Tax from Firmer. STCH Ml WOILD NOT MIT TfttST. Washington, April R. - Slim, indeed, m to lx the pnecla of the passage through the Strut of the till, which recently passed the House, removing the tat of hi rents pound on unman ufactured tobacco. When the lull reached the. Senate it was referred to the Committor on Finance, of whirh Senator Aklrich, of Rhl Island, ii chairman, and then referred to sub romaiittrc. Thi vu Marly a m-f.'h ago, but the lull la itill sleeping ii a pigeon hole. Yielding to the urgent imjiort unities of independi-nl tobacco f rowers, the suh-rcmmittee experts lo grant a few hearings to the measure, I j I it w admitted today by the mrm It of the sub committee that there as little chance of it age at this .esalun of Cott...

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. — 13 April 1906

A f s f I I THE City Milliner, Mrs. Lola M. Davidson. All the Lafc Styles and Patterns of the Season. Experienced Trimmer. I Pesiro to thank my many friends and cus tomers for the kind patronage during last season and wish to say that I shall strive to merit the same arain. will find me this season within the cot- tage rooms adjoining the New Marion Hotel. All are requested to call and see my new Spring styles before buying. A veil free with each hat. MRS. LOLA M. DAVIDSON X Copital i 1 5,000 We Pay Interest on have you n AN ACCOUNT I WITH US with sound are in a position to eripeciully serve the them to rail and give us a trial account. f Farmers and Merchants Bank jL f TOLU, KENTUCKY. ( Nature Begins at the Root 1 1 never at me Summit Secrets which escaped the alchemists o( old have been discovered and adroitly made use of in corapoundinj Dr. 0. A. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder ruTTu VifTtrm4r tut . The CTorM-TUnren ftpx-lnr Inrm, tr.a it-ifim. 4 I ...c-.-.. . t. r.chx I),.twii, ...

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. — 13 April 1906

KUMATISM CURED Slaeaie Yielded Readily lo Dr. Mllame' Pink Pllle After Other 4 Treatment Failed. Williiuiis' rink Pilla cure rheum. braiiiM) they puply tlio liiwaanry jet to tlm vitiated Uxxl and cn puttiro to cnjit out tin) Impurities ,flVi tnrtiro. Mm. A. l'uhcr, of No. fitch street, Frnuuw, N.Y., will bit livuiK evidence of tho truth of Kiiii'iiiont. " TIuto line lawn rlmu. mi in my family evnraliieel can re jlH-r," alio my. Myiframliiiothnr j Krrut aulTerer frmii niiiaculiir jiml imii nnd my ii i (it lir r also had tlio . ill ft niilil form. Alxmt a year I had n haul cold and rhcuuiiitiKin lit inc in my l' f t kino. There were j) tuiiiis, confined to tho lU'lKhboT' I I if tlm ktiinand they aonied to go it lulu tlm l mo. Tli (Miiil I ll(TT-. lint, nan nnd 1 nlo hail dir..y apclla. Tlm il.M't'ir cnlliil my trouble flic nnd wialin rlu iiiniUUiu. When lilu't r'''t letter under their trent t hit brother in law angeled Hint I ' . 1 Ir.'WlIlMimn' I'liik 1'llil. I I-'UkU to .hh, ami, by...

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. — 13 April 1906

Take Advantage of this Sale 1: A (jRANID This Store is the Little Prices And it Will be a Spring Saving Out 1 Spring Goods! ) aie o: 4 ft,; Beginning Wednesday, April 1 3th. The Greatest Attraction at Closing vwE will commence Jo close out our entire stock of Dry Goods, Shoes Huts, Shirts, Underwear, Carpi Is, Rugs. Motlinds. Lui e (urtains w Embroideries, Notions, Window Shades, Etc. Our Stock is now New and Complete in every detail; this is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to buy NEW SPRING GOODS at unusually Low Prices. This is your only opportunity to buy suih goods at Wholesale Prices, as We propose to dispose mum vmiitaiuinuiiiisiiuai, u is on jLouiiDLc uuuuo. Kcaa the Great Redui Hons below and you will be satisfied wilh the prk Come and sec the goods anil you will be satisfied with the quality. e. SHOES. W.'ti ami ".hi Eclipse 1'atvnt Leather Shoes and . fords for 13.58. Hntuian & Son Putent Leather Slides, $ii.i values, going at $4.98. Hannan Vici Kid Shoos for !.!. Shoes for Men, Wome...

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. — 13 April 1906

man i f. Of ! a ' Ml) A V F:. I' ' ' r t! i ,j : 1 1 : I.. 1 V 1 rr-V. , f v i: i f rr f.. I hot ! Gi. ;th i 1 ' It ft t i f g- 1 - KDS. tint. !fn Saturday. town Mon- 4 j rrilniiiu Sut-I djri'll, WIIH here I i tfr ami i'KK- ;m. C(i)ht. Jdvin attend- k In .i in tliv I finl tu Smith- Opui l ut Smith i i II II. WH in ,f l.-pt Tt. WIIH T Cl VH- i t Hi- itrl. Mr. ..- )t rl William J)' .. 4 I i-. nyular ' ln- Richard J. Morris, Denttat. R. F. Haynea was in EvunHvillc Sun day. Frt'Bh veetablea every Huy ut Go pher's. Kdwin Wulker, of Itluckford, wan here WedncHdiiy, Mm. Quirey, of Sulliviin, in the KtieHt of ri-lutivcH hire. F. I'), llrown, of Webster rnunty, wiih hero Wednesday. T. A. lUnkiti, of Ford Ferry, mm in the city Monday. It. V. Ilaytie wuh enriliri.-d to ids bed aewral day thin week. Kin llammoiid, of F.vanaville, wim here U few days this Week. FaJ IVrry and family, of Iron Hill, v i ited relative hr Satunlay. I ) HI 'l forget that we Will have fresh lih from tune to time. M. Cn...

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. — 13 April 1906

. -" ! r i (I c: Thi ' The f thepi Nuvei The Crittenden Record I'l mi imii ii v, Dl hl v. MAKIoN. : : : : KKNTl'i KV. The nncient Romans ate oysters as the first courco at banquets because of their quality of stimulating the ap ictlte. Throe hundred thousand aeres ol Fioulslana are now under cultivation In growing cane, which-produces an average crop of looro than "L'O.OOO.OOO rounds of sugar and nearly 24,000,000 fallens of molasses. The mineral Industries In the United Slates during 1903 paid to mine-own-rs and stockholders $150,000,000 In dividends, an Immense Increase hav ing taken place In the output of thi leading metals-gold, copper, silver, Iron ere and cn.il. Great Britain Is the largest consum er of American cotton, exports to that country for the season of 1904-5 mounting to 4,140.474 tales. Much ef this conies back to the Vnlted States In the form of prepared fab. rlcs, cotton cloth, etc. France took enly 8S7,:r,8 bales, end the total mount sent to the continent waa bout...

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