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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 4 May 1906

?ROM ALL OVER THE STATE HAD ENERCY TO SPARE aVaimal of tbs Propulsive Fottciior Persuade Foolish Man to Phllogophlz. JULE AGAINST COMPANY. i Jiy Can Not Legally B 'Carried t Dry Community By Express. iiiKfort, Ky.. April SR.-Tho court c ;iIh, III m vniil i iihi'H if Mm Ad Expri'MD I'o. ngulnst llii (imiliHMi t)i from Kim Mini I .wind conn lit.iMnl thai tin' i-xprt-MH cum H cullty iif fraud mi 1 llublo to jtni.nt fur ahtppliiK tahlaky fium iiKiniwn consigner In rinrliiiiutl piil option illhlrlita III Kentucky illiiil HUill HlilpimnlH crn not I,, If IlltclBtUtr collimi'icn Hlllp t Thf prmif showed llnil park (of whisky weio shipped I" "IaiiV. ',t ," Hllcl Mull Mil' '1iCk jpi, in never untitled the Hull l' in. tin' inirkiiKi'H v.cio liddli'ed, I Mm- imikiigea liail arrived; Mini . Mil.y was not ordered hy uny .n I if tilt 1 1 In Kum county, lull j ii iv,.,( H,,.m I !ii' Ik k 1 .p,. would notify III" coimlcnco !'' a Mit ii ('. O I) package of lil h l been shipped Tin- court ai ac liiiU ...

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. — 4 May 1906

the Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. J AS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered as aecond-clasa nutter July 15, 19(14, at the poatofflc at Marian, Ky., under Act of Con- of March 3. 1879. FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1908. England has cut the tax on strip!' This will rejuvenate the tobacci in dustry in Keutucky. Tress dispatches announce that the Russian Democrats are divided, Evi dently they are real Democrats. The Owensboro Inquirer says Dowie made the great mistake of trying to tart a heaven too close to Chicago. Some persons who traveled all the way to Sioux Falls to get their divorces must feel like suing South Dakota now to get their money back. Every time the public shows signs of growing weary, somebody trots out the assurance that the rate bill debate will last only two weeks more. Gladstone Dowie does not go about the streets of ZionCity singing "Where is My Wandering Father Tonight. Gladstone never was musical. A visiting Jap savs the Chinks ha...

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. — 4 May 1906

i:;;: Bii) in! e ZCORDS. j, Dentist. tt Sunday at home. nt Sunday in Kvan- want to Frankfort i ) went to Frankfort V. A. Bli'ikburn went to fcrt r ' h A, T. f l" KvanHvillt Chart; '!' w,nt l'rin' ,'t"n v: '0 in visiting Inn son 0 .'. 3 tnt Saturday and t t. ' ; (;: id in lamisville the if -J 1" i. J. W. Wils'n ent m. 1 -I- in i - . f ,': V.' Jion. of Tulu, ia the 'r. ' in town that week. l t1 " 'pillar jeweler, has ,('.njtki" rimfti for several A 'i fi. I'anTidrr and Mis n 0- nt Sunday In the j Slurgis Richard J. Morris, Dentist. Corn, four cans for 2oc at Hitklin Kroa. W. D. Wyatt of Frednniu spent Sun day in thin city. lliiklin HroH. will pay you cash or trade for your produce. (.;. II. Foster returned this week from New Mexico. Full line of chinaware, iiieensware, etc. lliiklin Ilros Mr. and Mrs. (i. W. Stone spent Sunday in Kelsey. I,. It. Ileevcs, of Louisville, wag in the city thin week. Call at lliiklin Hnm.' store and get price on fe'tilizers. Trade at lliiklin Up..' grocery...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 4 May 1906

The Crittenden Record i'i in iHiirn xx iimki.v. MAKlo". : : : ; KKNTIVKY. The World s Wheat. It seems a curious tlioug,bt that the supremacy of western t i IHnt ion the ascendency of the wheat-eaters over the rice-eaters may ultimately depend ttKn the illseovery of some cheap process of prodiicinK nltratea; but no eminent an authority as Sir William Ramsey in sponsor for the Statement. More than live years ago, says Youth's Companion, Sir William Crookes declared the population of the world to ho increasing so rapidly that In a short time the supply of wheat would be Insufficient. Since then prog ress has been made in several ex periments directed toward increasing the world harvest of wheat. Never theless, many scientific men feel that a wheat famine within a few genera tions Is Hmong the possibilities. Ef forts toward averting or postponing this condition are directed: First, to ward Increasing the acreage a process which Is self limited; secondly, toward Increasing the yield lr a...

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. — 4 May 1906

.formation. ono chunco in a life ln if HiirrcHK. and i . juih F .iV. ...... I in MitiUnlirl. L , Olll-H-H " t !u:,.i.u (In' lliri'O L,. ' 1 ami liimxT U.'.Ji "rili tiun-liusod Bt from LV' I r B:Te l'ach yt'"r' COt' li ! f ear curie, .run nu I"1' ' . ..tf. .if. i return iriiui ftimii" , k i .".strict have proven a hr" ' --I cr"l' ,'uc" y-'"1" "f . -a ir. ..... li.n tin liii'lll k. . r - I H I'- " L.. i. . 1 U claimon. ah mm Pio " ' ' . , lent-: i ' " ,,. (i t OVcr llie Sliuuii'm per . 1 1 ( ' country ripoak fur I1. t i a first und llnrd .uc-s ( ', r .th lioiiii!'fkcr tick- , ; tt ruto of on faro plus . r 1 trio. Four duily truini ! i. Free rocliiiiiiK chair , r 1 we will furnish free , ' lure and further in r rdinif our wonderful " CTownsi.ni. '. : Z- ni1 Ticket A?cnt, Iran Mountain Koute, St. liOlli", ilo. - 'MOATS. .Jscsh and Cairo linn awful suffering from Dreadful Paine from Wound o foot System AH Run Down Mlracubua Curt by Cutlcuta. "U'nril. rntiiuit rlier.i; lichlv eiinlltrli f...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 4 May 1906

ii.i I 1 .7 f ill 4f! t v. i I1) ; ; I, t i l !; ' hi i .. r i i ; ! v t it) .t; it: A " i 4 " 1 LOCAL NEWS The Continued Story of Current Events are going to leave soonjfor Princeton to visit frien.is ami relatives. Mr. Frank Smith, of Kredoni;i, vi-it-eil Mr. W. M. Lewis Sunday. Mr. Klzio Floyd, of Fairview. III., Fredonia and Kelsey. They were visiting Mrs. P.rewers j .M Vl'f; "f 1',li,'vii; n r, , . , . parents. Mr. nn.l Mr. Clin. Daniels. ,vmUsI lm-Ir.emU here last D. D. Guess, of Princeton, was in I ., wn Monday. I Willie and Anion Slwnse. .if Jov. is-' la"""r sil s w l' a,v luv t-outi. Ironliill iteil their aunt, Mrs. Fred l.ovd, Sunday. town Monday Mrs. Fannie Koon attended the meet ing in the eastern part of the county Saturday and Sunday. Everybody was glad to see the rain Monday. . , . , J. A. Martin,, of Princeton, was in town Saturday on business. Mrs. Everett Iiutler, of New liethel, was shopping in Kelsey Monday. Mr. Cute, a photographer, wus in town Monday. Dr. J. N....

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. — 11 May 1906

fittendEtt Beraf ii it MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., MAY 11, 1906. At 2. NUMBER 4 WON iTANDARD OIL j tin; Sensation of the fATION FOR GARFIELD. i :d Ulstance o! Numerous Jscrlmlnatlons on Part o! Railroads. PKUIITS f OR .UNDID OIL CO. J practicing. It habitually mias-bills goods, has tint freight charge made nut in the central office of the railroad companies to Uiat there is no tolling how much oil ha been transported for a given price, uses the lUtt rates pice d together to defeat the amall power, that the Interstate Commerce Com-' mission would otherwise have over it and uses all aorta of secret and peculiar methods in getting at iu one object, an unfair advantage over iu competi tor. In this connection tho President says that the danger of governmental con trol stifling individual iniativc is as nothing t the stifling that individual inia'.ive resreive Irom the giant corpo rations which us their wealth and miwit to kill all competition. In hit I mi'Hi.ure accompanying the repo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 May 1906

Professional andjtasiness Directory Professional and Business Men Who Deserve Your Patronage. Hina Hardware Co. Everything in Hardware -SOLE AGENTS POR American Field Fence The Caih Store. THE LOUISVILLE Bargain Store Clothing, Cents' Furnishing Goods and Shoes FULL LINE OF , TRUNKS i Salem St. L Berlin, Prop. Dr. M. Ravdin PraOHC Limited to Diseases Refects of ttic Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Suits 16 and 17 Arcsde Building Glasses fitted. ' CVANSVIUE. INDIANA Harris & Shopbell ARCHITECTS Plan prepared for both public and private buildings. Correjondence solicited. Cvansvlllc, . . Indiana. METZ 4 SEDBERRY, Barbers. Three inairs, Bath Room Hot or Cold Bath. R. L. MOORE Attorney-flf-Low Office: Room I o, 2d Floor Postoffice Bllg. H M' - ESKEW J- C E?KEW A. J. KSKEW S MACHINISTS g Mining Machinery and fl or ALL Ropair work of all kinds given prompt attention. Well w f I- ,,u. jfuuiji ii.un;3 uiiu uu Kinudoi repairs f handled at reasonable juices and fatUfaction TJaranUvd. We Make ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 May 1906

t t. pRV-DAY STRUGGLE. fomrn of Every Occupation Suf fims from Kldnry Complaint. hi hit, 7u:i South (Vilur St, K.IUSUSr Untie of ill" UlOIISBIldS T . I. 1.1 tt nil auncr in mi '" flfV trouble brought .1...I., ....-I, "I ssmsw mi uy mi"; 1 first noticed it eight Jnr ten years "o," said Mr. l.iKliiniT," the dull pam In Hi ' U fuii ly n.nde nio ftit-tf. II j It was hard to get up JujrJ ,,r down, bard t) awi stiulghtcii, bard In do suvworktliatbroiiglit en I' ,,'k' 1 '",J ,r,''l1""1 Vf p,ivi l and Hie urine m , du n ni d with pain. When P .in Kulucy I'i'K bowi-vcr, ts ..t tin- trouble disH'lnrcd n t in in d. 1 nin c rtuiiily .1 ,. iiirm. 50 .in l ., . Huff!. cuts a i, N. V. IxiX. UOXAL PARTICULARS. i .r l Lteiett Hale, of lk'- lu i v. i-ilriit heal'.U Hi i ii th 'unity with u. . HI. II sleep hint i)i.t l.t II, , Mller In ti Hvt lr of H i1 tear ill I'a ndi-oii. p ii h..- .1 Carmellta, (III) .t h iae Ii' ik llelcu Hunt l" I'. lIlMillJ " :g;i.i K HUnd. widow of . k lilun.l. ha bcis.me mi -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 May 1906

A, CAVENDER 3o STAR 0 ARE BETTER'S The Store that gives you your Money's Worth. I always buy the best goods and buy them right, consequently I sell you the best and sell them right. No shoddy goods in the house. I don't keep them. We never tire of showing you goods. The opening of the season finds my store filled with the latest styles and best goods to be found on the market, and can show you a greater variety and better bargains than ever before. Just read the following list of items. It will give you an idea. W Try our Ladies' Crystal hose, lace and lisle. Misses' hose, lace and lisle, white.tan and black. Boys' Indestructible hose Ladies' white and black Gloves, elbow lengths. Lace Curtains, 75c to $4.50 per pair. Bed spreads, 75c to $1.25. Mattings, Carpets, Rugs and Oil Cloth. LaW White Petticoat!, $1.00 to $3 50. Ladle.' White Shirt Wai.U, $1.50 lo $2 25. Fans from 10c to $1.75 Select a nice one before they are picked over. Ladies' Skirts, Mohair, Panama, and Linen. 511? Mill...

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. — 11 May 1906

LE RECORDS. J Motrin. Dentist. td was i" Frodotn'u Mon- klin's grocery fr prict-H Richard J. Morrin. DentiHt. Corn, four cunB for 25c ut Hicklin Iiro. Pr. Fox, of LeviuH, wiih in town Mniiiluy. Ten burn of soup for Zc at Hicklin Itros. Wm. II. McKlroy npent Sumlay in the city. T I T....I... ,.t .l,..i;.., i'ln u'l.a in fe,v,s went t., tvnimvill 'own ,mim,Hy. I Mm I.. J. Daughtry, of For. In Ferry, j at Stallion, of Sturi, un . Bh,,i,i,jnif Wcdnenduv. un lay. In iittcmled trio Alumni Mrs. N. R. Farrls Dead. Mm. N. K. Farris, of Salem, who halt been a patient sufferer of pulmo nary tuberculoid, died Sunday after noon at 1 o'clock. F.lder J. S. Howe wan called to axxmt I!ro. Carter in the funeral services Monday afternoon. A very lurge concourse nf liereaved friends assembled to pay thir last re spect. The coureh wan dressed in mourning and the lloral display was I neauiuui. me remain were ouricu in the new cemetery at Salem. James Hpelit Wednesday in Rhupping. of McMuwiville, Tcnn., h...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 11 May 1906

Crittenden Record i i iti i-ii::i i:i:ki.x. : : : : UKNTIX'KV. What has become of tlio old-fash-loncd wr.raan who was accused of prinl.int;? It Is wonderful what Interest the irosslps take in n woman whom they occasionally see In tears. After a man passes CO his whiskers begin to look as If he had forgotten to keep moth kills in them. A Pennsylvania bride has ninde sofa cushions out of her courtship love let ters. It would probably be difficult to find softer filllne. I I-eaf ruttlni; bees make their nests In decayed trees. In holes, on posts ami like places. Their nests nro lined with circular pieces of leaves, and are so arranged that they are houoy tight. Mason bees make their rests In crevices r.f old walls and even In emp ty shells. Their homes aro made of grains of sand stuck together by glutinous secretion from their own bodies. So preat Is the honor accorded to the woman who takes the part of the Messed Virgin In the Passion Pla." it Oberanimerpau that the last .Marie. Anna ...

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. — 11 May 1906

rs ncsl Opportunities curing Humus. ,( I in the Northern and ji ur wllinjf thi'ir it mid UKutinif in the 'any who have turn tin tlr Imiiii'i in the older yii.jr lami in the new f pnrtunitie exint ulurig J. Mi-wniri I'arilii' Iron ir. The ruli, alluvial, i jvrr bottom land of iioiii, Kui.trm AlklinmiH, T'XJ. 'apah!u of plo-Jn-N (if corn, a bale of lid. r,f alfalfa, 'M bush Is, uii'l other (trains, vetf-jj- i T'ij't, can be bought ml per ix're. When IgMly unproved will rent ),im per ai re rath, fe rolling, lighter noil, fl.nl c.rowniK -I'euchen, fr.ipi . lurries, alio tnrl g uri-l ether vegetable. f ir f. to III per aire in atiite Many pla r with pi uinl amne improvement. 4 very i heap. f i e ht"k ruiii.try. No jrv.lity. Krw ratine, pure jp.M .ate A healthy urow V l!i n Kfe.-it future, pi .t I . ati I .lea. riitle liter K Ati.unu, laiuinlalia, fit i uinl Inlnti Territory. .!! mi drat an 1 thin! f.i' h ft.otil!l. I vvnii I T. r. A., I ..li.d. ille. K) . t AY I M. .. IV AT. A., M lamia,...

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. — 11 May 1906

1 I flPAl IMFWC ' The Continued Story LllilL llLllJ I of Current Events Fredonia and Keley. David Boaz md Miss Dollie Doboe were married Wednesday. George Green and wife, of Hampton, were visiting Mrs. J. S. Glenn several duys last week. She has been very low for sometime past but is now im proving. Kelley Landes and V. D. Wyatt went to rrinceton Sunday. Frank Myers, of Princeton, has been visiting relative! in town for the past week. Leonard Boyd writes that his father and family are well pleased with their new home in California. Drummers were thick in town the first of the week. The frost Monday morning did con siderable damage t'j beans and other panlen truck. Mrs. Haywood and her nephew, Mr. Graves were in town Monday. Mrs. Lewis, of Marion, was visiting her brothers, R. C. and K. H. Crow, last week. Robert H. Crow took in the Carnival for three days at Paducah last week The school will close here on Friday, 11th. Rev. M. E. Miller and II. E. Rice anticipate utterding the Bapti...

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. — 18 May 1906

J. H. Parish, .MlTtm rmt f ittEBdEH Beraf it OLUME 2. T Will be Kale Measure When Relumed to House MOKE DRASTIC AMENDMENTS Opponents to free Alcohol Bill Come Out ol Hiding-Biggest One Yet to Come. Mil MODIFY PMLUPI'INE TARIFF BILL Washington. D. C. May H.-Ai the rule liill ii shsping itself in the final days of the struggle, It looks as though the amended measure when It goes back to the House would be much mure drastic than the original Hepburn bill. One of the mut important of the oev rral amendment that have been offer ed is that of Senator Spooner, offered last week, which aim Ui prevent the endless litigation that a rourt review f the Commission's findings would en tail. To put hi lan briefly at poi hle, he provide that in rase of an ap peal to the courts from the findings of the Commission, the railroad ahull pay inln rou't the difference between the rite fixed anl the rate complained of with an additional ait per rent interest i the money involved. In esse the court d.v.d.i ...

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. — 18 May 1906

J Professional and j Professional and Business Men Hina Hardware Co. Everything in Hardware SOLE AGENTS POR American Field Fence The Cah Store. THE LOUISVILLE Bargain Store Clothing, Cents' Furnishing Goods and Shoes FULL LINE OF TRUNKS Salem St L Berlin, Prop. Dr. M. Ravdin Practice Limited to Diseases elects of the Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat i ' Suits I6an4 IT Arcade Building, i Classes Titled. CVANSVILLC. INDIANA Harris & Shopbell ARCHITECTS Plana prepared for both public and private buildings. CorresKnknce solicited. Cvansvllle. . . Indiana. METZ 4 SEDBERRY, Barbers. Three uiairs, Bath Room Hot or Cold Bath. R. L. MOORE Attorn ey-a Maw Office: Room 10, 2d Floor Postoffice Bldg. M. 0. ESKEW 3. C ESKEW ESKEW BROS. I MACHINISTS 1 Mining Machinery and -or ALL Rcpair work of all kinds piven prompt attention. Well fc pumps, 6tcam pumps, pump fittings and all kindj of repairs f handled at reasonable prices and satisfaction punranteed. Q We Make a Specialty of Horseshoeing. 8 l MAR...

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. — 18 May 1906

nEIjmtatiom 3ESSEDTOW0RKINGGIRL8 Barrow Ttll now Mr. Pink- Olrlii wbo woik are imrtkularly aiiwi-ptlMe to fv mild tlioor.lrr. especially Uiomi who are obliged to itaii'l on tlirlr f.-tt from morn- until iilirbt l ataire or facto rir. lay In and flay out the am lolla, DEATH OF JOHN THE BAPTIST Suadty School Liiiob lor May, 1906 "Spoclilli Trttrti tor TMf Ppr. PHONETIC PHENOMENON. Bow tit "0" Came to Be Left Out In Ilia Modernized Spelling of "rhtnlx." All In the Rcnih. The way to reach, t;r io attrttn Ui unyMiliif, Ik to bond hum elf towurd it with utl oni'it liilKlit; ami we tipproxl- mutt; It Just In proportion to the In- I t"inlty ami th jt rhUlcnre of utir ef. They v. . re li'lling ah-nit tpivlir.j ii-...im ' f'.rt lo ullulli ll.- Kim f '': H M:-g:nli: ml tii iiIiu'vim iuik-h l Khi.-lii.il pr I ; Hi trill. -rul li-lat.-a SiM-Mn -M ij. a . lir . p.i, i.ii.I I Miutarr fJCHHON TEXT.-Mark l.ll-it. Uul.liKN TKXT.-'T not drunk with win wlnnln la ixceea."- I't'h. TIMK.-lniprlionmont of ...

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. — 18 May 1906

Cbc Crittenden Record ISSUED WEELY. MS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered u aoronil-claM muter July IS. 1SW4, at lb pwtofllc Hi Marion, Ky umler Act of Con- o( March 3. 1879. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1900. Grover Cleveland announces that he will never be a presidential candidate again. This makes it practically unanimous. The ladies in Kansas cannot vote for Governer, so that Gov. Hoch will never know whether he did just ripht or not when he failed to get that kiss. A man who can tell a good story, keep an audience interested and play the fiddle would be an improvement on Mine of Tennessee's line of Democratic Senators. The jury did not think John A. Moore mcde a masterly argument in the Henderson case, but on the contra ry, from its action, it did not consider that he had made a speech. Mr. Bryan has sent a message from Egypt to his trainers that he will "also Ton" for the Presidency some more if circumstances seem to demand it. How habit does gr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 May 1906

5 if I r 4 t f i ;ords. ntit. j Kviinsvillu lust i occry for price i i. pent Saturday leaver Dutn, wm ntore and get Richard J. Morris, DcntiHt. Corn, four cuna for 2rx: at Hicklin Ilro. Ten bar of soap for 2.'c at Hieklin Iiros. W. D. Wyatt, of Fre'lonia, was in the city Sunday. Full line of chinaware, queensware, etCi inckim isroB A. H. Cardin, of View, waa in the city Thursday. Mr and Mrs. 3. M. Jenkins returned Sunday from a vwit to Iiuiaville. of Fords Firry, ') lovidonee, wan in Jie week. 0 arrived in the lahington. ro.' grocery and let free. I visited relatives j and Sunday iari. of Mark ford, n.l Saturday I ha Wn ill for remrted U tter. w Kank. of Ford rhopping Monday t u viailmg her nlts, in the cuun l a prominent mcr !, wa in the rity i Ir J of Fairview, W. Holt, of t ii:iir..t"fi, . I. ft f-r his h me f 1 1 1, li.iti. t i r a . i l Mv tobacco fcrtil.ir.era arc (round to baeco sterna anil not ground rock. See them. W. L. Adama. Try Virginia-Carolina Tobacco ferti lizer. "He...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 May 1906

The Crittenden Record rriii.iMir.n vvi:i:hi,y. MAIiloN. : : : : KENTUCKY. Foes to Human Health. !f one were to auk a number of phy sicians what problem most Interest I lie medical profession today, nine out of ton would reply: "The mystery of rancor." There are other dlnonHei which are quite as hopeless as cun cor, pome that are more painful, and some that cause more deaths; but there Is hardly another In the faro of which physicians confess themselves o helpless. In many directions, says Youth's Companion, the progress of medicine during tho last quarter-con-tury, chiefly during the last decade, bas been marvelous. Tho discovery that consumption Is not hereditary, and If taken In time may be cured; the association of the mosquito with malaria and yellow fever; the serum treatment for hydrophobia and diph theria; the Isolation of the bacterium cf smallpox these are all recent achievements. Two groat foea still defy the doctors One pneumonia which ranks next to the "grout white plagu...

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