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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 April 1906

r- information. . ,ne chance in a lifi point of MHTl'HH, tllld j .iir.Tfd in Misauuri, Mii.sinnii. th. thrc.i ami limber tttutc.i, 1. purchased nt from ?, to each year, in cot War cane, fruit imi! return from alfalfa 3 Kuuii itrtivcn a M;.,u 11 -.--. L, , ri.n eat yar "r ul $1.1 V'f l"n I ,H rhino. 1. All tlial Ifi.r III" hitneiecfccr or I v. r lliu situation pcr m c-Mimlry Hpeak fur L urA ami tliiril Tuc. 1.1 id liometcckcM' tick- r.itn of olio fare plu firi. Four daily truini Kr.e reclining chair II S........1. fr.. 1 Wl' Will IIIIIH"" r iture ami further In- l.n our wonderful T, , l ll. ... r mi l Ticket A'nt, : in Mountain Itoiil. St. Imi, Mo. AMBOATS. Lucan and Cairo lint I l, ;.kltl, Fwl'T and Ml i AIM) pi I" M . J u m i rn . !( . J I It ! ....' t jo a m I r l-l S-.l. . fc V . ,.. - l I M flfl , .... .1 l .r ftllhtln- H II W M'l I .! ... ' 1 J i in . w In K A. k UMt kl Lr- REVIVO kHlST0Rt VITALITY ;f CTu Madoa ItA- ; Well Man i lffl'A. of Me. .UttimlolnMTi ,,.f t bit I. I a .f...

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. — 13 April 1906

I APAI IWFW? The Continued Story LUVflL. llLHJ of Current Events Fredonia and Kelsey. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Stone, of Marion, were in town Tuesday. Robert Wigginton lost a horse last Sunday evening, Johnson Crider. of Marion, was in town last Sunday. Mrs. W. S. Guess and daughter, Miss Sallie, of Crider, were here Tuesday. Mr. Cantrill, of Princeton, was in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Myers, of Hop. kinaville, will visit relatives here the last of the week. John Feel, the popular drummer, was is town a few days ago. Oscar Gray, of Evansville, makes regular trips here and goes out to the county towns in a buggy. The roads are better. Mr. Maves has returned from Texas, but will locate there next fall. Mrs. Lizzie Kirk, of Leavenworth, Kansas, left for her home Tuesday. James B. Ray and w ife, of Marion, was in town Tuesday. Willam McCormack took two loads of tobacco to Princeton Tuesday. Mrs. M. E. Miller has been sick for three or four weeks. Roscoe Overby, who has attending school...

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. — 20 April 1906

J'. Tori,!,, TfhE Snellen motto. OLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., APRIL 20, 1906. NUMBER 41 Cfitt HONESTLY IGIIED Attacks Livingston Banner's Report i OF RECENT LIBEL SUITS. $ trass Misrepresentation ul Facts is I Shown and (tie Reason Why ; It Was Dune. Ul ANOTHIR KANh PULIIItAL FAKLL Smithland. Ky. The Livingston lUn-' i i-r eemi mich agitated over the limn umvI in the Livingston circuit court f agsinst the editor of the Crittenden ( Kri'oitti, J. K. Chittenden, and II. C. I Mcdrd. "f Hampton. Mrsrs. Chit j t.-nden and McCord while here on the j tirst day of court denied that they were , guilty a charged hy a recent dein -rat-i ic jury in thin county. They tted I however that Im-ause of the partisan methyls purued by the courts hen- In haung only "their own kind." d mo- rut, to serve on juries forced them to il.nilt to un lurrevd settlement of the nn, whu h agreement was enteriil J into (irtiire the day on whi.li the e- were to he nel. It wan an .mirage hut the) of necessi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 20 April 1906

A SPLENDID CAREER FINANCIAL RECORD OF LYMAN J. CAGE IN WEST AND EAST. Head nf the United States Trust Com pany Bank of New York to Re Uie nnd Seek Reft in Travel. Now Vork. I.j ni.in J. ;ag.i, former si.-i-reL.ty uf the treasury, has Jiict re jcneil as president of the l ulled Slali s TniM (uiiipanj', of tills city. "J hate been W'orklni! Tij years, anil in i iiiiir 7u now," lie Haiti, "and If I'm ew-r koIiik to take any leisure. It ts ubout time for me to lieitlii. I have I been nlieyliiK other people's wishes for! it loi'K lime, anil now 1 am unini; to do Ju.-fl as I please. As a pritate iltlon ( will have the nplit to tollow my own int'linniio.is entirely. I have made no ' jlans for the future, cxeept that I will ravel." Mr. lla-io wan president of the Klrst National h; iik, uf C'hliiiKo, prior to eu jfiiiK rr cidetit MiKinley's uiMnet as mvrflary of the treasury. When he left 'asfilnv,toii he decided to make bin home In New York, and .nvoptod 'he prt.-ideiiey of the Tinted State...

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. — 20 April 1906

1EE FACTS Sick Women i o Consider -TTint nltiiont rrrr" r.peratlon : t I mt f r iin l upon tvoiui-n nrci-Moiry throitrli iiriflrrt of 3)'iiU4 IK li.irl.iu In-, lrrrfular ill. (nl jm rimli. iliroluceiiirtitt tfimilii oiiruio., I'uln lu tlia kiilr, f M'liKaiinn Iti thtf stomach, j-il.mn miii, tirrvuuhacu, ills- Bll'l kll'l'llt'MknrMt. ilii T!i luiilU-Stirt thnt holds Jonl for t! lur'it tiiiiiiUr of Lr niR't of f. niulo 11 In U IaiIIb ikliuiii' Vi-o-rttililo loinjMiuuil. Bi.iN , atrriiirtlii-iia and rum a iif the (uiiL.a orynUiu m ig i l: o run, tlilrtr yritrs Ithn !orn helping l.i Ix) in.i.f, curing liackurlir, hiii-m, kidney troiiolra, lnflmn--B. t.f Dm female org-sns, nrnlc gt.d il.splii.-.inrnt v regulating r..U t fivlly ami orrroninlng f.i: iiv It h.is b'.k trotiil ll,;f lol'lo In pr pnrinj wimirn t'H bn 111 aiitl lliu ihunk' of lifu. fttu Tin irrrat volume of on A and era to ft, I toKtiilmuiaU oil fti A 1'inkliniii l.blairaliirr at l.viiD, , utanr i'f lilrli artt from tltiir t.l ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 20 April 1906

f 9M jrzmmimm.- The Greatest Attraction at Take Advantage of this Sale II 1 1 I I This Store is the Little Prices SALE CONTINUES Don't Wait Too Long to Make YOUR PURCHASES! WE will commence to close out our entire stock of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hots, Miirts, Underwear, ( urpcts.lhKjs, Mattings, Ldie (urtdins II Embroideries, Notions, Window Shades, Etc. Our Stock is now New and Complete in every detail; this is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to buy II NEW SPRING GOODS at unusually Low Prices. This is your only opportunity to buy such goods at Wholesale Prkcs, as We propose to dispose " of our entire stock at first cost. It is all SEASONABLE GOODS. Read the Great Reductions below and you will be satisfied with the pritc. Come and see the goods and you will be satisfied with the quality. SHOES. fl.lHI ami S'l.mt Eclipse Patent Leather Shoes and Oxfords for $3.58. llannan & Son 1'atent Leather Shoes, $ti.l values. Koinu at $4.98. Hannan Vict Kid Shoes for fcl.ti. Shoes for Men, Women and Children at...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 20 April 1906

vmrta (j McCONNELL & STONE Marion, Ky. I 2 )2.50 Gold Piece C away with every Fifth Suit sold at $10.00 and up. f irday, April 28, 1906. A $2.50 Gold Piece Given away with every Fifth Suit sold at $10.00 and up Saturday, April 28, 1906. r it f v Z " "vi ' " ' . .--..-, If s Human Nature To get all you can for your money, and what you tun for nothing. Saturday, the 23rd day of April, I )(), wc ore going to give away a few Two-Dollur-and-Fifty-( ent Gold Pieces. Looks good, don't it? It's a fact. And Here's the Plan We've got a lot of i I ().()() suits, and up, in fact $i too many, and naturally we want to sell Hum. So 3 Saturday, the 25th, with every fifth suit at i 1 0.00 U ami up we are going to give the lucky purchaser a f)j Two-Dollar-and-Fifty-Cent Gold Piece! I These suiN are all wool and Hani tailored all t? New siuippy styles with our personal guarantee E as to the value the fabrics are in both staid colors W and HIGH ART NOVELTIES. 5.1 ii ma, mi i v x. w jim r am w v If ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 20 April 1906

"7 f I!? I. i V :- 5 .fi:J i 1 1 .1 ?' i f1 ' 1 1 I U Crir Mat "I Wet d r It run that culai hie Rval Morn to th ami i t to Si d,'r Th. IHjbli mull; char Kvan the ci it I wy ( ther court, Ilxsal of the hi at )couit struct taM lrljj era in ! reaily vewtijn tha M ( tii awn IVm : Hitici vUiatta .U-fjuf ( majoril j Mlowa tfu muU tit i I I; Or ha 1 am not bin C Cir, pp flac iixh frw The Crittenden Record HE CJN KEEP OUT OF Jill i'l in iin:it i I ki t. :N. : : : ; KMNTI t KV. Immigrant In Pemaud. A l!ent but titanic lru,-j!i' la now on between two t;rt at economic '.,rces In this" country, as Hrounhton Braa ! :i!nirg in the Technical Wond. aud tli" bene (if contention is th1 K.uro I't an Immigrant. It t.ikis people u votk the thnuaamls of ureal mil la la the Industrial (.ectiom of the noith and ;wt: and labor that U cheaper in In such demand as to b" powerfully attracted. The vast undeveloped naihes ,f the tenth an I went can Ed ! nia.lt to become productive without population, no that fro...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 20 April 1906

f: the three timlirr Htut-3, Jble Information. I I, one chiinco in a life I till' point of NUITuKS, BtlJ iiiv U offered in Mimtouri, Li 1,'iuiHiunn iitur.il unil nn he purchased at from f per ucro men year, in cot- y. nugur rnp, fruit lind Tlio return from ulfulfa district have proven a fl., r six chip each your or " .......... i,..t re in " r l"" . 1 A.I 1L..I ihut U cluimci, aii mm , for the h uni-icckcr or 1 1 .ok over the Hiliiiinon mt 1 1,.. country apeaks for the first uii'I Intra lues .. i i....' iL.i. tr.'iuin iionienevM-i . . .. ...... f-.... ..I... t'. i hi r.u oi im.it j'tw. I (rip. Four daily train , i Krco reclining chair c will furnmh free .i.r.ilurt' and further in . L-.ir.liiiir our wonderful C. TiSHKM, ,. 'niter unci Ticket Agent, Iron Mountain lioute, St. Urnix, Mo. U1EAPER FARM LANDS EAMBOATS. :, Piiducah and Cairo Line. ... tin, Joe l'livilrr kin I ink Fowler. ; IMI. r Min. on r. Sun lil .1 I1 v m " ..... . ... I , " . ... 4 m a . " .... a Mnii uuan '.. i f ir .t...

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. — 20 April 1906

f l li.. i c I I t t d 1 1 p ?5 - u J! ' :V 5 ' , hi v 111 v I ( th I, I dr ,K , i ' ilS !.! -I ( mi' 1 ly LOCAL NEWS The Continued Story of Current Events Iron Hill. Turn Kemp moved into his ni'w house one day last week. P. M. Kemp sold a line horse last Monday. Pro. Oaklev tilled his icguliirnppnint- aient Saturday ami Sunday. Misses EHie and Men.iozen Deboe, of Marion, at tendril chiuvh at Sugar Grove Sunday. I'ress McConnetl and Henderson Por ter, of Wackburn, worshiped with the Sugar drove congregation Sunday. H. L. Landi and Misses Mary and Verna Habb and Mary Towery. of Fish trap, attended church at Sugar drove Sunday. Messrs. Will Md'hesney and Logan Bugg, of Shady drjve, and Albert Horn ing, of Webster county, were guests of T. L. Walker Saturday night. Verna Little, of Tradewater, was the guest of T. L. Walker Sunday. Tom York and family, of Flood, were! fucsts of J. T. Kemp Sunday. Aik'rt Horning, of Webster county, was the guest of John Urown Sunday. T. K. Walker was the...

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. — 27 April 1906

-A V. ns-S-i ratten tmtA VOLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY, APRIL 27, 1906. NUMBER 42 (far THE EMERGENCY AT WASHINGTON How Promptly and Success fully Met. TELEGRAPHERS KEPT BUST. Secretary Tall Proud ol Men at tbe.STill!!' irunt-fien. funstun Gits trie Credit. imimMs at vniiiui upiul (. April I'UMlJltlofl 1 ' n i a'U-d f :inv sort aMer at .iui Fr.in. ico however, has ved an m eigenry of the ftr-1 n ag t i l. .i'iH it i it satisfaction tn he able h.pge.ofi, IV f,i-r the rr n.v it; I'"'.' fas it . i- j'l rgefn j :m. - if the n t.i Tlir new. LoHS tliun 4 hour before the shock Mr. k'Hhn hail roceived a tele gram from San Francisco Haying: "Mother uml win doing well." Mm. Kalin hail given hirth to a Isiy just hefore the disaster, ami from that time the lather has loen able to hear nothing of either of them. lie has haunted the telegraph ami newspajier offices in Washington ami haa done everything ingenuity roukl suggest to get a mes sage into the town anil a reply out, but all in v...

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. — 27 April 1906

t j Professional and Business Directory Professional and Business Men Who Deserve Your Patronage. Hina Hardware Co. i champion 4 champion Everything in Hardware LAWYERS WiP ilo a general practice in all SOLE AGENTS FOR .. - court-, l Yompt attention Riven to A I l !- collection mencan rield Fence M . K . L narlon, . . Kentucky The Cash Store. "The louisville p. i NIJNfl Bargain Store Demist Clothing, Cents' Furnishing ?ff'ic Rooms 2 and 4 Goods and Shoes " Jenh.n Building, marion, tw FULL LINE OF TRUNKS tmtwxwmwxntxmt Salem S, L Berlin, Prop. CARL HENDERSON TV M Rnrr1iri Attorney at Law UT 1V1. laVQin Will practice in all Civil Cases. ZSXXZ'4'0'" Kentucky Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat RANKIN & PICKENS," Suits I Sand 17 An adc Building .,r - General Family Groceries. Candies, Nuts and Fruit MttM GEO. M. CRIDER & ( Pums prepnre.1 for Mh public ami FirG InSUTQllCG. private luihlinir. Correspondence solicited. """'"' Wm,' J. Deboc, METZ & SEDBERRY. Md r ion - - Kentucky. Barbe...

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. — 27 April 1906

jCKED THE HEART Luralgla Case Cured to Stay Lr.d by Dr. Wll'lamo' f P.nk PHIb. Iirin in miy f"rm Ik imliiful tut tinul tint Iwart it iifrtiiiimitly JoinplHiited '" iii'liK''"""" "1 ililll lllli"'!'''! i'" ' ,n!" ril KTiiim-"li'nii'iir' in nil in- t n irti'il. 1 Inu'ii-u in unit hi , (illlMI, f I'll'lUUIIlllllll, lav, U, til III! IIOUUIU !' fcvi-li'il ronsinemiiiy , win vpimn Jii.ln.f wi-uther bihI wumrri'ifulni !. pin liuil rMIHtf. I Biipl urn niui nf my kii-kin'i. lit , iii M,iv, IW.-, I IiikI K'l no l! muiii'k ll-d to (Ult wnlk Hli'l ii, v Nil. I had p-''""l i" H-Uir k In tniilii'Hio f.illlifully lint t,.iM. 1 : iv up lli'l of Ki'ttniB hit in ikIiU'H lbnii0lit 1 ww r ii( I'l ll k . I nmnlhi'ilnir Bnll tlmt It Is . i. My li' it lliiiir"l ini'l k m, it li rino Im hIiuK. 1 roubl I,,,, ),, T I. ft aula ai all- My I. inn!. I twill, d Binl i" li'l l"y tncf. J, a,uiK ntxmt lr. Willintua' 1'ink i ii new .iT 1 iliinli-d ti try (n l tin V anll'-l liiyitMi riai-tly. a . iik' I -"i'M mi linni...

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. — 27 April 1906

i f 1 t f ti m i. T.7'l "3 - i ! ' if. . 'ir. i i i . . . a a, s i Cbc Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCKIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entrrrd a mvonl-..it matter July l. l'.M, at th iotilVit-t at Mnrion. Ky.. iimli-r Aft i r.tn ress (f March 3, 1.7;. FRIDAY, APRIL 27. liHMi. The wielder of the whitewash brush shouldn't a move on himself or he w ill I be run over by the fellow with th lawn mower. Juilninjr from thenumberof excellent "figures" one sees, one is led to the conclusion that the dressmakers have taken a course in upholstering- The death list at San Francisco i: Bmuller than was estimated, and thi salvage will be larger than wa- sup posed when the fire was raging. Just as a place has appeared w here the millionaire and the tramp hunk together and live on the same fare, a Soldier st' in to compel tveryUidy to work. Weary Waggles' dream of golden slippers at the Golden date is over. A large portion of San Fran i-co is built on mad...

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. — 27 April 1906

IlinHiiiiaHnnis A $2.50 Gold Piece i McCONNELL & STONE Marion, Ky. $2.50 Gold Piece In away with every Fifth Suit sold Given away with every Fifth Suit sold at $10.00 and up Saturday, April 28, 1906. at $10.00 and up. urday, April 28, 1906. a. r.a in. i imu I if, 1 I 1 til fJlill j If s Human Nature To get all you con for your money, and what you um for nothing. Soturday, the 23rd day of April, I )(), wc ore going to give away a few 1 wo-Dollar-and-f itty- ent Gold Pieces. Looks good, don't it? It's a fact. And Here's the Plan We've got a lot of i 10.00 suits, and up, in fact loo many, and naturally we want to sell them. So Saturday, the 25th, with every fifth suit at iio.00 and up we are going to give the lutky purchaser a Two-Dollar-and-Fifty-Cent Gold Piece! These suits are all wool and Hand tailored all New snappy styles with our personal guarantee as to the value the fabrics are in both staid colors and HIGH ART NOVELTIES. 3 Omc Saturday whether you want to 1 ' n suit or no...

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. — 27 April 1906

W33LTE3: JTC-E. -.. -Tirniniiini i Him fi x s ( ft uul am let tha the ; Civ i to a top ' ofo harx ' t) ar , tot I thai ! ihou Mi i ' antir jrond Room The JmVa at Mil frum ' and a fomn 'ue to '.'ton of ..Tho Id " an j unable , turky. lever l for o '"r wha' ""fn Ji fan a at The Crittenden Record ri hi.imifii u kcki.y. M vmo : ; ; ; KKNTL'i'K Y. e : . 1 Tbe Sennta In Session. Vi'lrn a motion Is made and carried In the t'nlled States seuate Hint tba ecnate "proceed to tbe consideration of execulve business," tho galleries BJT cleared, the doors are closed, and a mvrrt souBlon bcRlns. "Executive business" Is that in which tho assent of the (senate Is necessary to tho acta of the president, the chief executive, aniti as treaties and nominations to cftice. It has become customary, states Youth's Companion, to call a secret session of the senate an executive ses elon. Oddly enough, all sorts of so cieties and committees have adopted the phrase, and now almost any meet Ins behind closed uoor...

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. — 27 April 1906

1 Gallic Information. Inn ono ch:inco in R Jifa h Hi., imillt of bUlTCKS, HllJ nit v oircri'd in MifH'iuri, Louisiana, tin- three jUural iiinl timlier hIsiUm, can l I'Uichaist'J ut from I hit iii-ro ouch year, m rot- isy, Bui;ar run, fruit und ' The returns from alfalfa ' tlii ilUtrict liavo proven Jeer nix crops each year or I aero at $15 per ton on local hat in rluimoil. All that is for th himiMuckcr or look over this situation per- I tlio country speaks for on the, first ami third Tin s- ;h month liomiwekcr' tick rc 1 at rato of one fan? plus fmin.l trip. Four daily trains Louis. Kri'o reclining chuir and wo will furnwh fn literature and further In 4 n-iMnlinir our wonderful St. Louin, Mo. A White Season Promised Sculluvcst Otters Rest Oppurtunltlcs Fur Scciirlny Koines. II. C ToWNSKNIl. V'UKi-r and Ticket Agent, li iruti Mountain Koute, i i, radncah and Cairo Line . ili.pkins, J'K Fowl link Fowler. Tim: ( Aim. and h " ,-l un.l. .1 ?"' 4. .i. arl-l l 4 llr .n . I m i ra .. a a 4 ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 27 April 1906

LOCAL NEWS Dycusburg. Cottage pravcr meeting is still in vogue. Mr. Honry Brasher, of Tylene, wa.sL in town nunuav. Mrs. Georgie Bennett visited I'udu- can recently. Mrs. Mary Langston returned from Cuttawa Sunday. Kelsey Saturday. Mrs, Myrtle Jackson, of near Kelsey, spent latuween in town st Smithland last week. School is progressing nicely with Miss Maud Richards as teacher. Sunday school "on the hill" is im proving. There were 51 present Sun day. Mr. Rollie Smith, of Tylene. was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Ida Wells, one day last week. Dr. Fred Bunton, of Kelsey, was in town last week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brasher. Mr. Edgie Gregory, Sr., has been in poor health for several weeks, but we hope that he will soon recover. W. Charles spent several days here with his family recently. Me is now in a meeting at Carmi. III. Mrs, Whitson, of Logan county, is the guest of her daughters, Mrs. T. H. McKeynolds, and Mrs. ('has. Gregory, of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Moss, of I'a...

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. — 4 May 1906

H. The fttteratai Itoof itl MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., MAY 4, 1906. yOLUME 2. NUMBER 43. HALF'S I FIRST REPORT 3n 'Frisco Disaster Seems,;;; Conservative. j if election reform was mad- this we-k wh-n the full ciiiiiiiiiUf' authori.-d u fan. raid- report to the S-niite "f Sen ator Tillman's .lection bill. The re pot t was m;tl' by S-nn'or Foraker ami tin only amendments ti the lull have been with h view to strengthening ami broadening it. Tin- Tillman 1 ill pro hibits all na'innnl banks ami corpora tion engaged in interstate and foreign piiiiiicrcr or orgimizcl u-i'l-r tin- au nty of tin' federal govermn. nt fi-m ) mai.ing any money contribution to an j : election forutiy political i.M'cc. Sever-'. ' ul amendment were adurd to luuke 1 i the bill mure certain in ton and to give : wider scope. They include I'n-i-1 ntiul elector un.l state legislatures in tin- provisions of th- bill. Tin' pen alty fr violation a f the measure is a fine of not more than IV'ssi, and there i in additi...

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. — 4 May 1906

, 1 IDEAS OF INVENTORS. I CWNVtlfVw !."""" : ' life :,. 1 il r 1. 4 7.:" 'It .it J ,u ... ' ! ' " f 3 1,1 h It i i. 111 .'Hi U"1 f i; ! a M J 1 J' Professional and Business Directory Professional and Business Men Who Deserve Your Patronage. Hina Hardware Co.ion 4 champion Everything in Hardware LAWYERS Will do a ponorHl )raotico in all , SOLE AGENTS POR 1 courts. I'rompt attention Riven to American Field Fence The Cath Store. THE LOUISVILLE Bargain Store Clothing, Cents' Furnishing Goods and Shoes FULL LINE OF TRUNKS i Salem St. L Berlin, Prop. Dr. M. Ravdin i Pttt.Hn Limited to Placaacs electa otitic Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat ) Sulfa 18 end 17 Art edc Building, ulaaacs Htltd. eVANSVILLC. INDIANA Harris & Shopbell ARCHITECTS Plan prepared for both public and private buildings. Correspondence solicited. Cvansvllle, . Indiana. collections. Marlon, ISentuiky F. W. NUNN Dentist Offke Rooms 2 and 4 Jcnhlns Building. MARION, lV CARL HENDERSON Attorney at Law Will practice in all Civ...

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