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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 8 June 1906

jr WAS DIPLOMATIC EVER .'Lat Secretary of Btat "Had Way with Him" That I Always Won. 'pry ti told of tli lit John Hay jtrutlvs of that fine diplomats aeriiiiictit Dial made lila nam ir all over th world, says ths (rir an Spectator, pirn years ago Mr. May sent Mr. jjinrler Gnnn, of Cleveland, for Ma the munuacrlpt of an Interest tit of wrk by Mark Twain, eo id, "A Conversation aa It was at floriul Fireside In the Time of tbt jprs" Mr. Hay knew that hla Id (mim, a connoisseur of lltera- and art, would be much Interest what tin former termed a, "sert effort to brlnl bark our literature I philosophy to the chute, Ellia (mi it.uidard." low It sppears that Mr. flunn waa JrMchtrd with Twain' iketch that wrote tn Mr. Hay proposing to t a limited number f copies there kir private dlitrlbutlon. It ll (aid Mr. Hay replied at fullowi: T1i proposition you make to pull proofs of Twain', masterpiece ll 'y atirc live, aad, of rourae, hlgh Bimnral. t cannot properly consent 11, a iKK'ttn, aa I ata a...

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. — 8 June 1906

Cbe Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. CEO. M. CRIDER, Eaitor ind Publisher SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered aa second-class patter July 15, 1W4, at tha poatoflice t Marion. Ky under Act of Con- of March 3, 1679. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 190G. A WORD TO FRIENDS. Friends of the Crittenden Record: There Comes a time in the tide of life of every man when he must yield to the inevitable. Such a time has come to me as the editor of this publication. Circumstances have caused me to dis pose of my interest in the Record at a great sacrifice. All our readers re member the sad day when the flames leveled Marion in ruins and with it the .entire outfit of our paper. With a hard struggle we started again hoping to give the people a newsy paper deal ing justly with all, upholding the right and exposing the wrong. That we have been put to heavy ex pense and incurred the enmity of some is well known to all. In all matters we have been actuated from pure and high motives, and I am deeply grate ful to...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 8 June 1906

: , - -- , - - - i .1 TLE RECORDS. Lfcherry Ice at Huync t Taylor'i ry Orange Ice at Ilaynei & Tay- in Princeton Sun- it n Champion spent Sunday lug returned to raducah wa home Sunday from i jJu.-sH, of Tolu, wu in town im i'. of Sturh'i.i. was on the V week, Mn. David Hoax, or Keisey, Jay in town. I price i the guest of friend Jiild thin week. Willi IUy and families Ft'.lonia Sunday. f tha Forte, of Cadi, fim Irliclle Carlo. th. i l),.llina i ifwinir t move to luat of uvil month. I Karri, of Salem. wa hi re proute to Princeton. n l.ove i visiting her pa he country thi week. (Val iii having hi house Bd repaired on Collude St Rev. J. W. Bigham returned to Bor- tow, Florida, Tuesday. Mr. David Clark, of Clurksville, Tenn., was here thi week. Mrs. T. S. C. Kldcr i recovering from a hard spell of sicknes und i klilu to it up ome. Born to the wife or U. D. Drencher n Wednesday, June C, a fino boy. Both mother and child are doing well. Udie ee our 5 and 10 cent counter. Jew huve some ...

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. — 8 June 1906

The Crittenden Record ruui.isutm wkekuy. M AH ION. : : KENTUCKY. May would be much mora charming M aha would quit giving evidences of desire to be a frigid proposition. iTte Ohio valley now feels that It could got along comfortably without notnsr cold spell until late In Octo ber. It Is much better that the ruction was oyer before the GaeUwar of Ba roda looked down on the senate from the diplomatic gallery. And now If Dr. Frlssell, of the Pres byterian hospital In New York Is right, the germ of rheumatism has been discovered. Maybe the germ of laziness will be discovered some day. Premier Campbell Dannermann pa thetically appeals to the public for a preventive against Incursions of worn a suffrage delegations. Borne peo (le always did ask for the Impossible hut he might try a lot of mice. Ben Franklin's adrlcs was never to write ft letter when It could be avoid ed. By striking out the word "letter" and Inserting the word "telephone" and by substituting the word "use" for the word "w...

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. — 8 June 1906

1' i Information. V ono chance In a Ufa point of (access, and ( offered in Misaourl, ,ouisiuna, the thro J nd timber states, e purchased at from If re each year, In cot ititfur cune, fruit and i returns from alfalfa iUtrict have proven a eix crop each year or at 115 nr ton on local is claimed. All thai Jor the homeseekur or Jovur the iituation er- country spank for I first anJ third Tuea Oth homosookers' tick it rato of one faro plua trip. Four daily train Free reclining chair wa will furnlHh frea future and further in- anlinif our wonderful C A. ToWNSKND, lKcr and Ticket Agent, n Mountain Route, tilEAPER FARM LANDS Soiitliwcst Oilers Ecsl Opportunities Tor Securing Homes. Quaint Modes and Other Modes of the Day r iMBOATS. rjucab ond Cairo Line. I jlnpkini, Joe Fowler ana Jiik Fowlrf. .YiMECAMI. ...10 JO a .... I W .... 4Ja .... JS a W a a 4 ,.. a I f. ("a.n. .ttt Sua. . . S at. UjIU all awnta. r w. nifIUrt. fur furtkar ta il" W H ilUa. Mt 'ed h T-Ja. K . ar aa a. A. Many farmer In ...

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. — 8 June 1906

LOCAL NEWS The Continued Story of Curfent Events Carrtville. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Wayland and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wayland, of Joy, were here Saturday. Frank radon, little Jim Chittenden and George Crotaer, of Joy country, were here Saturday. J. W. Chittenden and son, Russell, of the Bethel country, were here last week. L. E. Bridge went to Joy Saturdiy morning. Mrs. Brack Carr and Mr. and Mrs. Will Shell were in Golconda shopping last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carr visited Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rice, of Joy, Sunday. Yulee Radcliflf haa paralysis of the muscles on the left side of his face. Fred Faulkner and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Barnes last week. Sam Rice and son. Burr, of Oak Grove, were in town Saturday. The Jessie B. that was sunk by a wind storm at Fairview some time since is being raised. A. Pusey Gwartney goes to Fairview this week as general bookkeeper. Herbert Barnett, of Ledbetter, is now in the city. Quite number of Sunday school people attended Children Day Love's Ch...

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. — 15 June 1906

OTtoi 'Mztnf LUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., JUNE 15, 1906. NUMBER 49 (Mitt PflfillAPHICA! UJ j the time to (id it For I ITOKT MIST BE HADE Such a Suney Is, and Itie Benefits tu Be Derived from It. J ABOtT IT MXT ULK. L I'nitnl Statea (leolonical Survey lrriKt.il in 1"'T9 for the .urw t name unolieal of eiamming f r'irtmg on the geolKic ttrui tur 'n. iieral rea.Mircra and malucti of tiational domain. To the aleuat Ti'tion of gnilific forniationa and Itt.ire cartography ia eaaential, and (rem early reci'nur.1 thia fact ty In k .n..rialnun for the rcpara of gi-.l.ic maji of the t'nited r i;r... vn al Survey la making a ft t. -1 r hie and a large geokir j of the t nite.) Statea, which are m iue. t gethi r in the form of a ii c Atlaa The part of tl.il at- V callr-l f.li. a Vt b folio con k a l vraphic map and a iter.l.ic i a n,all Mutton of country, ami . n pan n-d l y i iplai.atory arid iW- itivr ti-kta. V ari.ad -rction of country urvey 1t I rr.ap. arera.le.1 ((iia lranglea, J...

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. — 15 June 1906

THE OCTAGONAL SILO. :jrof. Fraser of the Opinion That It Is Not the Most Approved Type. The accompanying cut shows an octagonal pllo locate.! In one corner of a barn. The illustration Is from bulletin 102 of the Illinois experiment station, Prof. Kra.ior, after Ions expe rience, says that this is not :i shape to tc approved, it is better than the fcqu.ire silo, bemuse Its walls can be -naile more rlniil th,:n the walls of the ; v 9 m A.N OCTAHUNAL. 81LO. iuare silo. The latter has walls that canuot be sprung out ami It has no corners, while the ,( ta.mmal silo has. The corner Is always a place lor the air to get In, and fie presence of air mean the spolllnic of the slkise. The location In he corner of the barn wus and Is popular. In Ae feed Inn of beef cuttle or other animals than milk cows the location seems to be a Rood one. Hut for rows giving milk It is different, as the odor from the ullage will tala; the milk In spite of all the care thv. ran be exercised hy the milkers. An od...

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. — 15 June 1906

iEY TROUBLE JvJ Ytan-Rilttvtdl Thru hlnnlhi tjkjh: "urn l'ti,: I'll The Transfiguration Sndty5choolUstoalurJun17.la0. fiwtUllr Prapirfd lor Thl P.pr. l.KHHoN TKXT.-I.uka ; i'm- ory M'rae J". i. ..., l.r.HMuN TKXT.-I.hu Hon. hnir him. TIMK - Au'iimu of. A. l. flr l..Mt I. MM.ltl 1. 1 .i.- m,i. t.f ii.k amir "i .noun. Ileriiiull. Ill Hi rl Ol ' liaiwre, lll'I'l . , rn'llll'TI VK HKH.m. ..i ni.r in i 'l.rlat M i" IJ- 111: Malt, it J"1"' .1. I.ukr K -'. Mm " J t. m .ii K tt: Hi li t i riiutli.ii of 1'rler. Julin, Women Obtain Mrs. Pinkbam's Advice and Help. lb If M Ooldd Thonaaads t nlth. How Lydla C. Flakham'a Vagatabl Cos. ! turad Mr. Alio Bvrryblll, TORTURED WITH ECZEMA. I'-ii'i" n ii i.i. i; i 'I lie ai"i ImI u week - T'i : l.uk it n, B t. r l.lX Mt Hurling, h-, it: lie mttertd wllh klJnty and Urnuhle lor ten yean patt. 1 M ir. li I "in ''I tulng .KK.I .iii iiiu.-'l fi.r l lut-f iiiihiiIov ft,, I 1111 . 1 It since, imr have 1 felt I al , t (mt I m well inl I there- tr lu Ii i-lo1! 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. — 15 June 1906

MOVED US" 1TO NFW fll ARTERY tM wn n r m w.f is . W3 Jvf u ,r saw jv m in n 'TV s .h -Af ma vi r. a w Aifc A V h W BS iu awwa "" anna u II . i , . . , ijU-L-mll.il..: : ---- "I ' H....II. 1 Ml - III MMM.I Ji U II M 1IW ! 1 ma.m; J r The A. S. Cavender Store. I: DN order to properly display our large stock of Dry Goods, Shoes Ladies' Furnishings, Notions and If. Millinery, and serve our customers advantageously, we have moved our place of business to ) Ladies' White Linen Shirt Waists, 50c to $2.25 " Linen Skirts - - 50c " Mohair and Panama Skirts $3.75 to $10.00 Full Line of Ladies' Muslin Underwear. the large new store room next door to the llina Hardware Co.'s store on Main street, where we cordially Invite our friends to call and sec us. Because of this move and the waninci of the season we have concluded to conduct a Special Summer Sale and have marked a large quantity of goods at surprisingly low prices, especially in our Millinery department. I Carpets, M.tttings, Kuk, Lace Cu...

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. — 15 June 1906

I TV I U RECORDS. F. W. Nunn. dentist, Jcnkitm ImiMinif Trv orariK"' ! t Iliiyiies & Tay- petitist. I lliivni'H 4i T:il'i' V'ht t' llwiilinoii Tuiit n's. fi:i). !'. 1 !, wus h ! M..n.ly fn.mLXIi'Hi v.mK.'y on wmn hi um i-i- jjer is ull til.' tMH mil iii I'rimvt.iFi Tues- Mill Was III l"' w.l-t I J ill Will' Mx M.m.le rhm.ry i- in ll.-ri.l.-i-son this Week. Harry U'ntkim ian:- over fr.m Mi.y I'l.rl.' Joe A'lail.s IliiK Lei II 'tlite hii'k li.lt in WIIIH' hitter. Mrs. Ktm.k Hu.s is a.eiulinf the lik i. ... l vi.itn.i' near MaU.H.n. Mit. Henry K. Moore hiis he.-ti vi-.it-ii x in ll-inlT-iin this week. lirant I'livulmn un.l wife spent. Sun ,y M tin- Cntlrti.l.-n S.riiiis. Mr. J.'i atlian Stone, of Tool, v a : t hi , I.. ui vil!.- M ii- f p. :. Cillilaii.l Tuesday 1.. ti. SihIi.ii, til vv in.liirin. Minstif. i i-iI.Mk' T. J. Yun.lfll this week. Nimrni MiMH-r, of Tolil in vi.it- r loiter Mill s liiinuv "in .,"'K. Ik , i- was in Fr.'.l.n.ia Si.n- , Ii. if Muii. lay fruin . .. .. M .. I...

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. — 15 June 1906

The Crittenden Record ri'ULISHKD WEEKLY. MAKlox. : : : : KENTUCKY. It Is the early bacteriologist thai BatcD.es the perm. Switzerland produces St, Bernards and 1.7SG different brands of sausage. John Shorn Wlllliinis. the democrat Ic leader of the bouse, writes poetry for recreation. - The namo California first appeared In an anonymous Spanish romance published In 110. Manifestly the douma regards eknso of the czar with tho same feel InKs that animate the sultan when he fets a fresh batch of ultimatums. A South Carolina woman has pre sented a gourd to Speaker Cannon for drinking purposes, not knowing that the Illinois custom Is to driuk direct from the Juir. Kaiser Wllhelm Is withdrawing his ttentlon from European politics while lie larrups the German athletes for the phenomenally poor showing In the Olympian games. Judge Grinnell, of New York, has dismissed the case of a citizen arrest cd for hitting an end seat hoi:. 11 Judge Grinnell doesn't see what be wants Just let him nsk for...

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. — 15 June 1906

i t r lnablc Inlorrasllon. Jin has on chance In rlf L h tlu point uf success, and r .. . .T......I In Miuantirl. Mini V is uiiimi-w ' juri' utnl Louisiana, Ilia mr tural and timber stales, nn lo purchased at from to ....r urr euell Year, in cut- fli:iy, "Uk'af nr' fruit n(1 I. The returns from alfalfa this district have provon a ;;,k.T -BIX crops e acn ycsr ur . (ir. in local pr WTO in i" 1 v"" " what i claimed. All that fry is for the hotneserkcr or jo ,Nik over the situation jcr i the country speaks for A ,,n the first and third Tues- .-li month humesoekers' tick 1 at rate or one Tare plus . ... LV .. . m .1..;!.. I ntiria i nuH'l trip, ruui unj ......... l.,,ui. free reclining man f J, 1 mid wo will furnish free l.tiTaturo and furllier In- r.-L'.irdmir our wonderful II. ('. Tnsi:sii. ... tiL'. r and Ticket Ak'ent, Iron Mountain Kout St. I-ouis, Mo. i iTEAMBOATS. pit!, iMducati and Cairo Lice i S. Hopkins, Je KowIit and luk r'owlrr. hum Aim. l . I l . " p . t'S . luuta Nor ' ' 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. — 15 June 1906

I ftPAI N!FUI The Continued Story LityVnL. llLflJ 5 of Current Events anil Lena McNeoIy spent Sunday with Hr's father. .1. M. Walker-, of Iron Hilt. Misses Ti'tlie Coleman and I.ula Bright, of White Sulphur, at tended Sunday ."clioo! I eu' Sunday eve. Little I.ula .Nk'tiK'sni'y is very ill at this writing. Vietor MeChesney and family an I sister. Miss Willie, spent Sunday in Hopkins, die viewing the asylum. Tis sad to note the passing away of Irma. Mix. Lney Monro, of Sheridan, pass ed through here Monday etmnite to Tolu to visit her sister, Mrs. J. I.. Franklin, who is very sick. . Mrs. Mary Gray, of Lola, was the Kuest of her brother, Mr. S. S. sulien Rer, Saturday and Sunday. A crowd of young people from this place composed of Misses Ocie Sulivr. (fer, Allie Highlil, Irma Yates, Mes-rs. Jesse Hichfil. Henrv Snl! ri..- v i'i ... i 10 I"' . viwoiju wiuiwiiv Himiut'i 1 e Ln 1 rrn A m um :.. m....t.i n ... . . Day exercses at Love s Chapel Sun- Lot come as a shock to his friend an I ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 22 June 1906

t I I i I rz . Witt a EBEEE JKCOftL MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., JUNE 22, 1906. NUMBER 50 COMING OOGRAPIIICAI ITTENEDLN GEO ut SURVEY Id graveyard and In had n trouble finding the grave. In Wi. win n tlx- family I' ll M irmti. i K. W. Wilsmi wa nmtily clerk mi'l J. II Wall it iih sheriff. I. Wood was . in business iiml was kni'Afi nl that , t ltr' :- laughing IlilVC WihsI-i. ! Mr. Vv iill.u i' teim nib. r- 11 sale "' the 1 , I r jntv i f J i II' over, i.wncr i f On- tV. , : More About Benefits to Be I -: , . r i 'Hi' 11 1 a i him - .-- - I.e. en 1.. Ii sa- lind' u-i- l l.l.'d tin re A ,. - iM.lt.l' L- I- ft I'f I' II'' Ii'.-" f' .1 ii.. iii f i 1 . r a .i- 1 I lli VEAKS OF LXILK still LO OPERATION OF THE f , tans Are lurniiig Ei! Derived Froni tin- Central ugncjlt iial (art o'' thi-! State. Topographic work is at la-t being cur-rii-i mi in Western Kititu.'k., ami we j want tu rt r op-ruti ms t this ;1 mr- J spar zinc b ad ili-tri t. '.V- hope ti ' show next Week how this imi, la-...

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. — 22 June 1906

The Crittenden Record rilULlMIHD WEEKLY. MAUION. KENTUCKY. While Vesuvlui Is Mining mud, It mw called the king of Italy a liar. It ta alwaya wise to look on the man who keepa a diary aa one who la loaded. 6even anarchists are to be deport- 0 from Baltimore. Make It seventy uses seven. A Philadelphia paper tells of a cow uat ate dynamite and "then became enad." Probably fairly burst with re. If, In aeeklag his short rut to the East, Columbus had started the Tana ma canal It might havo been finished 7 now. A Ttoxborough (Pa.) woman aet trap to catch a thief who had been ertsallnj her poultry and trapped her usband. Even Mayor Schmltz, of San Fran isco, has his enemies. They are now barging him with practicing on toe trombone. United States Treasurer Treat an nounces that a "dearth of small bills lists. Just as If It wasn't always (bat wayl Let us hope that the Pullman por tars dlan't get coal mine stork as tips, Tuey have had their share from the oal consumers. The Panama canal suppli...

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. — 22 June 1906

t I a . i - I km ile Information. chine in Ufa the point of uccesa, and (y ia ofTerod in MiMourl, Louisiana, the threa airal and timber lUlrt, m bo purchai! at from r ai-ro each year, in cot iuKr cane, fruit an4 Tho return! from alfalfa & diMtrict have proven a fr-gix crop each year or rr at f 15 ner ton on local W ia claimed. AM that it for the homee.-ker or Ook over the aituiition per the country eaki for the ftrat and third Tuea : month horueaeekcr' tick jj at rate of one fare plua and trip. Four daily traina jli. Free roclininu chair nd we will furnmh frea literature and further In yarding our wonderful fl. ToWNSEM). jacnKcr and Ticket Ajent, J Irun Mountain Koute, I St. Uui, Mo, EAMBOATS. I Paducah and Calm Line. i S. Ilpkini, 3f Kowlrr and J IHik Fowler. i TIMLIARU t! ii'Tl .' jUrl z - t " Z lOMaa . looaa . .. loaa r- f A - " ! . .. toots " " tDt .... f ( .- l-t .tua . " ml . rmiht la Ui n .ll.n. Mt 'anl 1 a . la S. I'aJwak. CHEAPER FARM LANDS Southwest Otters Best Opportu...

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. — 22 June 1906

-s i ft 1 'U r. y) t ' 4 1 ..i a- it;! I' ,1 i V. I. 1 .. 1 , v"5' 3 V ' .4- i 1 j" ! " On Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. CEO. M. CRIDER, Editor and Publiiher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enteral second-clua matter July 15, UHM, t th pontiiDiip at M.riim. Ky.. under Act of Con (raw of March S. 1879. FRIDAY, JUNE 22. 19ofi. An Old Citizen Gone. James Hickman Walker. ueed 79 years, one of the oldest citizens mid one of the best known residents of Marion and Crittenden county, left this life on Saturday afternoon just at five o'clock and entered into eternal rest. Slowly but surely the machinery of life has been wearing out and the 111 rirmitit'sof old nee asserting themselves, and the evening shadows closed in, the sunset of a lonir career came, and an other human "landmark" of this sec tion has passed away. Mr. Walker has nni been feeble, but U until the last day of his life he wa-s able to be up . Saturday morning he grew very ill, and after aulTcrinir intensely for several ...

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. — 22 June 1906

V LITTLE RECORDS. f l'. W. Ntiiui. lnti'-t Vherry lee l lla.vnes A Taylor's. Joliii Nuiiii is iuiln si.-k. ?Ih Thr.-lk.'I.I wat in t"n " we,'k- 'W ill 'raw frd and fumily lav i" T.'ln, " 10 r"U""'' i ti.l.l Mr II. K. kuvkendall is imp""- ' slowly. ! u i 1 l K linghtweli wai .i-ding : gt me last week. I Jltirrv IVrkins. of Tribune, was here , ---. - ji"s eek. W I.. M-re. of Sheridan, was Here Moore, of Sheridan, was a- J V Howard left Tuesday f"t Colora I city SVe.lne-.l.iy. j. Spinas. ("I . t-visit hi, on i Mr. J. M. I'ers..ns i visit me r.-la- t ..l.'sl.i . r alwav on tap at the tive in t hi i-miMy. t l''i MiSal.-n Hardin. ' j w Wl(lil(li f Kairview -eh h.I f II W Iteii. "f I 'l i. -pent ki .nd I home. wa here Tuesday. '" Mis Carl Henderson Is v i-it u g rel- J VS n I' Tudor, of Shail;. '.I "i', was :Mtiun m Webster county, this week ft, ihe .-it) Weill..-Iu , M s.l. wab. of Memphis, Term . reg- ( s II A. lams left f..r Texas, where II Adams left f..r Texas, where lie ul remain for...

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. — 22 June 1906

Professional and Business Directory rroicssional 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. Ravelin j Rracftccllmltc4 to Diseases erects of the Eye, Ear, Nose 4 Throat Suits liana 17 Arcade Building. Classes rillce. CVXNSVIUC INDIANA CHAMPION St CHAMPION LISTOCH LAWYERS Will do a general practice in court. I'rompt attention given collections. Marlon, SELF-FEEDER FOR HOGS. PASTURE FOR SHEEP. Much YaluabK) In for him ion Msy Be Gained ly Study of Fug lull MetliotlB. Directions fnr the Buildinc of Device Which Will Lighten tht Farm Work. the F. W. NUNN Dentist A correspondent of the I'ralrle Karm er supplies the following plans for a self feeder for hoRt. The front as hliown In the flrtt tllim (ration Is I'S Inches hluh Hllil la ntmlo of Inch board rn n n I n k lengt...

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