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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 September 1904

XLJt VOLUME 1. ZINC SOARING LEAD $53.50 Mining Matters Quiet Through out The Distract Small ' Shipments. A TWO FOOT LEDGE OF GOLD.' REVOLVER Yovnfl Thomas Lmley, o! Salem, Attempts the Lite ot His Father. HHTMiMiiK month hy month in m of tin- iiiit fiivoriililc features in our mining future Mr. Ii.nl wlin hiin i h.'llgc nf the turning work for tlie Kentucky Kluor Sjmr Company hax nlxo had rather a utri-uuoim time in attempt ing the name mcthodH that are in J.livl in other KeetioliH. It in cheer fully to argue that what hax Ix t n done in the way of ore pro duction frmn HiirfaiT work run ! ! duplicated from cxhail-ted om- I ii.K. Mr. Reni n H..Mioi.H of : A FORE FINGER SHOT OFF ... . proper milling method), arc rccciv-j , ing ctronK hij,N,rt from the I'pfi-1 The higlunt price reor(e. iwtil ; '1' iit of the Kentucky Company 1 Tlmmdit.v morning Inuic J.inlcy, for tine ore in ttie Ji'plin li-tri t mi l the oulpnt in tin' near future an attorney ami li nking fanner of during the lu-t wek...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 September 1904

(!'- ilL. : a ' .1 'I i'i I; (t 1 ROOSEVELT'S RECOBDj,;,' S"- reaiinf Palmr Statistics. . ' In inlilition to tin- fore'oiii;, A Friend to the Working Man During w, (.()V(irnor () Nw York His Entire Public Career. reennnneiuieii icgis-iaium (unii-h tin' Legislature failed to pass) in ' ' I regard to ' i i i i l . Theodore Kimst v,lt from thedav of liis first eiitranee into jiiihlie life over twenty years apt lias Inch a eonsisteiit and unsellisli friend of the man who toils. As a nietnler of the New York .Wnibly, as Civil cerviee Commissioner, as Assistant Secretary of the Navy, as (ioverimr of New Yolk, as President of the t'liited States, he has never failed to fdiow a n al loyalty to the inter it! of lalmr. In his lir-t message to Congress as president he saiil: ''The most vital problem with which the country, and for that matter the whole civilized world, lias to deal is the Jir-il dclil hieh has for one side the betterment of social conditions, moral and physi cal, in large citi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 September 1904

DEMOCRATIC LAW ! KNOCKED OUT No Certificate Necessary to Show Registration. STATE NEWS. GENERAL NEWS. Itcv. I'liim. L Jiiiizmv, for 21 yenn pastor of tlic laipt I.uthcr- CoviliHtoli, K.v.. Sept. JO. SH riul Jii'ln"' Maky lm .Iceland tin. n.iiMitutioiiiil tin1 ;i i in 1 1 1 1 1 n-i il tu tln clii'tii'ii law pin-Hid hy tin- nA K.ntu.ky 1 nii-hiturc ionip.ling all vi'd r rrKictcriiiK to Hi-curr from tin- rli-rkn nf thi-ir n- rtivc coun t'n h a iTrtirtruti1 of r. Kid ration. 1 1 c inj"ini''l JuliM It. Valii-, county ..1. t-L fr.ioi i-Mimii iilil'nf tlii.i.r. ' , ..." , H-nt.i I iy del. L'atin. tilirati H 1. 1 n giKtratimi iik ir:iyil j f,.r Saturday l-y lr. .1. I. CdliiiM, nf ( vintrttiii. Ma. ky, ly iiki.-i'- May.-villc is In-uik fliHiil-l with ' mi i it -i f.-i t ilnllaiH ami half dollai'H. At a in,., convention n-i--iit1v ' ,,M - St' b,u'w- lli,H H"M' ImM at Madionvill.', the liepuhli. j ''''" """'''"' hw Hin-k fur caiiH nnininat-il Lctrhrr I!. Fox MHi9l''1-,KK,',"l""l''- Tl",",! lmi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 September 1904

17 'I' 1 s CDs Crltunflcn Record.; ISSUED WEKKLY. JAS. L CHITTENDEN, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. PER YEAR. ONE DOLLAR. Enlrl a iiwiiml-rlmw nmtt.-r July l.r. I'.W. at tlio romi-lUce at Marinn. Ky.. utxli-r Ant of I on frrpmi of March 3. 17H. LOCAL OVERFLOW. DON! SHOOT CHAMPION & CHAMPION, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Mrs. Itost liransfnnl is visiting J lu r iicitiu r, i..in .Kiiinsiiu. : Squirrels and Rabbits From ; r. k. (v.ifiimn, f siiii.iy (inw, 1 September 15 to No- at th "Our Tliurs-, vember 15. FRIDAY, SETT. 2:1, l'jm. j REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. Koll l'lil-H'INT tiikoix i:i: HOOSKVKI.T I of New York. j Foil VH'K rilKSIIKNT CHAIII.KS W. KA1KI5AXKS Of Indiana. was a caller .lay. Mrs. Pattrii Thompson, of Wil- , so,, county, T.-nn., is visiting i!t-v. ; LAW RECENTLY AMENDED ami Mrs. V. T. Oakley. J Tin' Louisville ami Marion Min ing Co. are now occupying an ollice in tlie iHst ollice huilding. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF authorized to an- j Kev. V. T. Oakley is assisting l!ev. .1. I!. Ki...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 September 1904

fa O - i i Why Yov Should Buy Your Shoes and Clothing Here. Is that our Shoes and Clothing are THF i I Th6 lSt. I BEST FOR THE PRICE, and after that the i - other nineteen don't matter. QMS ? 8. -r V H tap- 13 A Pleasure to Please. Our Stock is complete in every department, and we will try hard to secure your trade, by giving you the best quality for the Lowest Price, and to treat you in such a manner that you will come again. Dress Goods, Waistings and Ready Made Skirts. Fall and Winter Underwear for Men, Women and Children. Large Shipment of Lion Brand Shirts and Collars COME, EXAMINE OUR GOODS AND GET OUR PRICES. TAYLOR GAMMAM. Is 1 LOCAL BREVITIES. ' I.. C. Hornintc, of Trihune.nilleil ' nt thi nM'ur Tm-ly. I H. J. Morri. IVntt-t. Marion. kUt Daniel, of For-I Ferry, Sam N. Henry l.ft Tu.lay f..r " "I""' TtiiIay. Arkan.u. I Mi. Klla Itryant left Tuc.lity s,.m IliiirKtvKi'iin ri tiiriinl Kri.l iv '"f IU-ll.-vilIf. Ka. to viit n-la- Hit! ...... - - .. f n mi (nun market. Will ( lif...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 September 1904

v. (I ft STARR. jApANESE ENJOY BATHING. Tlio great Wallace show took quite a crowd from this locality. The wile of II. V. Wilson is in progress. He ami family will leave Tuesday, Sept. , for I'hillipps- burg, Kas. tion in Japan. Instead of u cold it w iu.i;..v..,l tl.,.1 .m will move; din in the morning, the Japs take lake Baths Hot and Cold and Dispenm with Anything Like From time iiuim-inoi-inl the bath tub has lieen an honorable iustitu 3ffi tltc Krai Utonunt Ijiiforo Uriiutii Siting SiipH? By MAXINE ELLIOT, the Actresa. off per cent U tter in this communi ty than was exerted some time their baths hot in the afternoon. at nbont five o'clock, and. begin ning at 100 degrees, the tendency ago as all lute en. is mntunngj )h(, ,,.,,,,,,,.,. oUe fast since the late ram. Some preparations made for wheat sowing. WOMAN cannot tell the truth about herself ; she dare not expose the real woman to the scoffing eyes of the world. A well known nlavwrmht. whose tilavs throb with human passion, 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. — 23 September 1904

oeac 0 0 0G3 C30C J The Crittenden! CORD -4 The Up-to-Date Western KcntucKy Newspaper It contains all the Ix-st General news and all the Local news in Crittenden a n d Livingston counties. It is read in the home everywhere. If you are not a sulscriler already, sub scri!e now. $1. Going at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES Pick and Choice ol the Best Journals Will be Found in Our Clubbing List. We will send TllK Ckittkx 1K UmiKDand either f the following journals loth onk YF.Alfor price named: I'm i iiim M'i n Hi w itli I tin icn.iii m k!y l!ihMirr 1 I lit tile . l.lll 1 '.'" M. l. in.- r.it I 7' ( ..nf i. r J..iitii il l .'iO . k'y Yi-I.vill. A i. ..I. I -.'-. Or we will send Tiik'KkcokI) and the Weekly Knquircr, Imth. and either of the following journals onk ykak for price nameil: 1 l.c r.iihiii'.iit r I" I -lii ' '..ni!.ir Mitfiit." Yi. k' Kl'-r.il M.igimc l .T" K .i'.-1- iiv M ir 1 .7i ( l-.i, .... hi. in M nr i in' '.Mio t!,i. I '.mm r 1 N.iii..ii.il m kin hi .ii.. I r.irim r -'.rT-l r ! M...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 September 1904

The Gash Store. The Gash Store. (! (I n The Cash Store. LOCAL NEWS. MEXICO. ; Health in good. Willi, Dohhin, n.l wife, of Fr.- iom. vinited at K.v. I. I', ( an,,. ficM-i Sunday. M'iwm IWw an.l Nonie Sjt , of ; Marion, vii-it.d Mr. and Mr. I Young Ia-.tw.ik. ! T. T. Kljrin, of ll-jikiniivUlf, was at tliif jilair la-t wok looking aft. r hii iiiiixn. I. T. NV1m.ii unit M 1'rin.rton c,,...,,!-.. Our n-Ih-1 l.iran la-t Monday (; ith W. t. Wi.k.r. a t.-a h. r and bh attiT.Iaii.v. T. A. Vainl. ll and family vi-il.il lativm h.ri' Sunday. Mr. Sarah I. Whilt. i.l.urjt vi-it- I tin-family of I.ij,v Caii..l II U-t "k. Mm. W. K. F.il.h and M;m IU 'nnn.n vi-it-1 mar Fran. i- Sat- r"'?- Mark M'iir wi-nt to I'.tn uiiday. Tin-"I'luto Jr." ili-- hnakinit low U thf only .11' ji..w on tho lark. t that i" alwdut.lr fnr fn.in .! draft. Mihlo llmnw ihiC.i. carrsville; ,,r- - Kon-.t Unw.r ir thiw..kto m . ... v ... ,. . .Mim r,-.if wiiitt, of lr.in.-i., i CaiN-.T, Milton n.iinty, Ky., to tak ... .11 . im ,...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 30 September 1904

38 VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1904. ' NUMBER 12. J Yandell Gugenhcim Company. Fa Styl in lothin THE WEEK'S par ix feet in part if thi however in tliii'kin-H, fill!" ; ELECTRICAL TAATT"C rliiiati- ilirt in wliii-h wry r nr DUlllUJI 1 I l-nhLr are f,,u.., I I'lider tin- law only tlit; voter ' within CTAnu ,own ijlUiwi 1 witli-tamliiiK tin- fact that many country flection precinct may extend into the town mill the reg- They iirc I iit of the kidney hlmie a i u-ually found in thut eetion 1-tit in the corporate limit nfiij l tt'ill 1m ri..m!ri.il tit ri-iriuti.i I w 1 NOW Wilson Land -The Joulin Zinc Market. MOVEMENT OP f LVOD SPAR lr. I!. !.. Moore, of M.irion, ,:i Inifd I'.'-'i lie re of I.; t t i . ,.. i . i . r V"' Velll ar iuiii niT'i io .ii .r. Up i 1 1 1 I (jil: miner at the foot wall of thiie-1 tioll of the Vein cnlitinlieil I drifting throll 1 1 feet uf in X-ei'-dingly white, heavy Imdy of eale iar. Jii-t In fore leaving the mine on Mond...

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. — 30 September 1904

Be Sure and Register Tuesday, October 4th. idin within an incorporated town or city must register on the above date to vote in November. This applies to only Marion and Dycusburg in this County. Don't neglect to register! WHAT WOULD PARKER DO? ; PEARY UNDISMAYED iui7; XMf" t!7' i in addition to theadvanatge of nut- The Country Wants to Know His Attitude Toward Pensions. MR. CLEVELAND'S ACTION It i nltotit time for the I Vino. cratic party to make wiih distinct All I'resident l'.ooscvelt did was to reduce the age limit anl to tix thr presumption of partial disihility ; lira I lial'itat, tin- important fact at 112 instead of im years. There pormer Expeditions. He Says. Have l,mt '"'"l inventive genius wan no secrecy almiit his order, ami 'e e f r S CC SS mechanical nkill of the world are at he has himself now challenged the 1 " ' work u:i improved mechanisms and democratic party unci Alton 1!. I j methods upplicnhlc to various fcat- Parkcr, their candidate for the ( lt. 1 iin:t-f 1 hy...

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. — 30 September 1904

PARKER'S SCARE An 0ld Field ' Tciichcr: First class in Nalniiil Philosophy, t:lkc ur places m tin It is Easily Exploded by an Appeal to Mos. s, how many kinK-loms Facts and Figures. i mi- im-rc in nature? "Four, nir.'' J "Nairn- them." ! "Knglaml, Ireland, S itlaml and Tin- lister county candidate, laln.ring hard over Judge I'arki r'x I'lcs." hfx c. ti to tin- fait Jj ful Driimi ratii' editors, scissored out some statistics wild which t- liaiiiiiiiT tin- Itcpuh- limn administration. Hut w ) i 1 tin- judge whs toilingovcr his empty. sentences, . : kingdom come " ''Ilisi-ogitative faculties immersed "AH right! Aaron, what in tin Hut tut! I.uke, how many kingdoms are there in nature?" . "Four." "Weil, name them." Animal, mineral, vcgetahle ami CAMPAIGN For Parker Will Be Started Twenty Towns. In engihiimlity of cogitation," vcgetahle kingdom?" his aptitit'le for figures went on a "Well nir, it 'm ingenn ami cnl. vaeatioii u ii il he prctarcil, r I'i'K' i' ami coweumhcri anil Isiins: ai...

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 September 1904

Che Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. JAS. L CHITTENDEN, Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION. PKR YtAK, ONE DOLLAR. Entered ai apconil-claM matter Jul) 15. 11U l the ponioftice at Miirion. Ky.. umliT Act of Ln rru of March 8, l7si. FRIDAY. SEPT. 30. 1904. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. l-nlt PHKSIUKNT tiikoimi:k kooskvklt Of Ne w York. Kolf VII K I'llKSIPKNT CIIAIII.KS V. FAIHHANKS C)f Indiana. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOU SHERIFF Duvai.1. We are authorized to an- j nounce Alonzo J. Duvall a candidate , for the office of Sheriff of Crittenden 1 eountv, subject to the action of the Republican party. Election l!Kr. j The gold standard is rctnarkaLly Jioplllar. ! All resident- "f ineo-iorateil t 'Whs who CXH I t t'i Vote ill NdVeinU-r, !-l i nll r.gisti-r Tin-?-- flay. The chances arc that four Veaf fl'ulil tl"w the lenneratic party will In- claiming the pr -i lit l!i puh liran tl;i t f r 1 11 . The city of May Held i- hiiilding a In w city hall that will cost ;i' -lit fHUM. The second l..r will It iNriipiiil 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 September 1904

to We Don't Claim Superior Virtues ! WE TREAT YOU RIGHT, BECAUSE IT'S A DUTY WE OWE YOU AND THAT WE WANT YOU TO COME AGAIN. We Have Best Values to be Attained in the County ! A PLEASURE TO PLEASE. Dress Goods New Waistings Novelty Neckwear Cloaks JacKets The New and vp-to-datc Sllcs lor Ladies, Misses and Children. it Vi-& W.L. DOUGLAS Shoes For Men. RATCLIF SHOE FOR WOMEN and the best School Shoes lor Boys and Girls in the County. Mens and Boys' Suits Extra Pants for Men and Boys Overcoats for Children and Men Mackinetts and Raincoats Underwear for Men, Women, Boys and Girls Ready Made Skirts "Lion Brand" Shirts and Collars. TAYLOR & C ANN AN. LOCAL BREVITIES. I. I V..m-, I'. -t. M ii r i' .11 .. .'. i . . i i'..r I vi- I' M . ! . ( , '. M - I-.. II .it I !i l l -Il ' -li - M i.i in. Niw.-I -l!i-, iim -t ill i lii li. Mi;-. F. F.him.. I ii I !' !i h I- I I' I i'i V il I' M ... I w ...., i i i r. i'i-f. . hi I., i i -x 1. 1 ' I.I V "I. I-I "Mil - t . ; i I i. - w I ',m. .(t'...

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 September 1904

it. I ! I! ! i lit I J i, t i c 'i r Pi : i 4 ! I i i ' i l1 I I' .1 CIVILIZED MAN LOSING HIS TOES Little Toe Will Gradually Disappear Along With Vermiform Appendix. Dr. (ieorge F. Slirmlv, in i'"in-tiii-nting on the theory of Sir .Mm Murrav that the little too of man in disappearing, said; "It is truo ; I that while civilization d.'Velors it .1 . I if m.r man in some ways it also degener- : . i- ,i it .!.,.,,.. i ates him in others, tor instance,1 prepared f.HKls weaken the stomach; whereas when men had to cat coarse f.HKls tlu v had not onlv sound di- , . ... . gertive organs, nut magninceni tcrth. These facts have le'il philos-! ophers today to prophesy that the time will eom' when man can live . ........ i i : muit'ui ii ruuiiiieii i c.tuiiit i'it-- ' piired fiHids. "The principle nf di-nse is w.ll ol UlsUse is Well exemplified in the foot. The toes are spread out to supiK.rt the arch , . - , , , , , . ofthef.Mit and balance the ldy. III savages who do not wear slim, , , , or, 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. — 30 September 1904

ooc 0 I i Q Marlon 41 U TU PitJ. i U , i iic rmciiucii n RECORD It contains all the best General news and all the Local news in Crittenden and Livingston counties. It is read in the home everywhere. If you are not a subscriber already, sub scrilte now. $1. Going at Par $1. CLUBBING RATES i i " . Pick and Choict ol tht Brit Journili Will bi Found in Our Clubbing Litt. We will send TllK CRITTKX- DF.N IlKO)Kl) and either of the following journals loth oxk YEAk'for price nanutl: Tin I'wni M' l!in'iii wiili ( iiii inn.ili Wm My Fnpiir.r l.uiv ill-- Hi r.il'l M l.iu Id ni. r.it "tirn rJ-'iirn.il '. kit N.i-I.mI!- Aiiit ri' hi Or we will semi TmJRKO'K.i and the Weekly Enquirer, lh. and either f the following journals tNK YF.AK for price named: Tl.i .inii."t:i r o V..I KW.1 M iK- ... K it - ! i' " -ir i 'ii"tn" lit in M v ii '' I iii r'.irii.. r N il .il M. Vu, in .in I Firm, r '.r...i r )" i. Iilllii All" Til .III Ann in in Hm p l'ii ! i Aim III hi I"1 1 f I K.irni an-l Kiii "I''' ..in.i.i...

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 September 1904

a rk 7a ILk V A 0 Wc have our New Stock for Fall and Winter 2 a h hr. tol n uj iOI o Now Ready- 0ur stocK consists oI Dry Goods-$ vWilJl IWxiA O D Goods. Waist Goods and Trimming. 5K i l 3s Millinery Goods that are New and up-to-date. Hosiery and Underwear, Shoes, Hats and Clothing. Matting, Rugs and jsj : Druggets and we will sell them cheaper than anybody. WHY ? BECAUSE WE SELL ONLY rOR THE CASH! When we Quote Prices on our Staples we name the Brand of Our Goods. Pacific and Simpson Calico 4c per yard. Hoosier Brown Domestic 4Jc " Hope Bleeched Domestic 7 c " B. F. Conestogs bed tick 15 c " Pepperel Bleech Sheeting 10x4 20 c Brown " 10x4 18 c Cotton Batting 5 cents per bale. And all other staples in proportion. COME IN AND SEE OUR New Dress Goods The $1.00 quality Broad Cloth 00c. jier yd. The 1.00 " Mohair DOc. The 1.00 " Zebelines 90c. The .50 44 " 45c. And all other Dress Goods in Proiortion. Come in and see the New Danish Cloth for Waists for 12 c per yard. New Vestings for Wa...

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. — 7 October 1904

BE f IttEHdE VOLUME 1. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1904. NUMBER 13. ROSI CLAIRE MINERAL VEIN Opening Made on This Well Known Vein at the Waters Brink at Carrsville. THE ZINC MARKET BOOMING carls-mute in iract it-ally Ix-inn mined iniicli, mm the work in conducted in a large stone quarry, IkuiMitm of solid carbonate of inc weighing from MX) to 1200 pounds (ire hot im-i itutioii. Thin Miller vein has a quartzitr hanging and a culeite foot wall, the ore lieing in almost a solid iiiuhm on the (imrtzite side. REGISTRATION I Will Control Eurley. j President W. ll. Hawkins, of the Hurley Tobacco (rowers' Assoc-iu- Marion Democratic. Ill the RktoWi for Septeiulicr 22nd, it in stated in the Mining NewH that the transportation of ores ami minerals through the stn-cts would not overage ten per cent of last year's pmdm-tinn. Thin statement wait questioned by fine of i . . it." . ir larger miners ani snippers wim ! I'rohiliition i nought t tint nuiy as iniieli if not ...

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. — 7 October 1904

Loads off Furnitur $ ,3 . & We're Pushing Paint SO We're doing it all the yeat 'round, but harder than ever now, because it's the height cf the paint ing season. We have everything that good painting requires. There are no better paints made than The Sherwin-Williams Paints They have a wider sale than any others on the market, be cause they are the best. No matter what you have to paint, talk it over with us first. We have lust received two car loads ol as handsome furnhvre as was ever brouftht lo Crittenden covnty, or ft .. ..... ..,!!, n,.t to.i. i .nnttiii.Ati n hfinricnm n wn rvor Hfcnlnvrrl tn Western Kentucky, and we ktndlv ti W JUJT HlUIUUl tbUl Ul WUUUUUIWUVII) lu uuuiuvun - " - ' J - - - - - -- 4 . J ask that you do us the favor ol calling at our store and Inspecting our goods and getting ovr prices. Fine Chairs, sets $3.50 to $10.00; Rockers $2.50 to $8.00; Bed Room Suites $15 to 60; Iron Beds $4.50 to $15; Folding Beds $13.50 up; Mattresses' $2.50 to $11; Sofas $10 up...

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. — 7 October 1904

SENATOR HOAR PASSES AWAY Will Revise Constitution. ChurlcN K. Khively, Supreme j Chimeellor Kniulitn nf I'jtliiiiH, linn THE PENNY POSTAGE livery Routes. laniinui 11 ciMiinittw to revise. An Impossibility Owing to Rural De itlii' cnnntilutioii nf the order. The His Great Vitality Kept Him Alive hh-iiiImtm are Tracy U. I'an, North Dakota; ('. D. Meyer f llli- ' iiw; D. C. IlirhardMon, Virginia;! Ik'cauw nf tlio greut iiH'rciwe in Weeks After Doctors Gave Up. Senator (iinrife Frixhee Hoar died ll'. S. (1. Cherry, Sutitli Dakota; ' appropriation for rural deli v- iJuincK K. Watson, Indiana. Tin' , , ry llHi- olliciul nay that any nt Won i'Ht. r, Miikh., on Sept. 2!Uli. : committee wan provided for at t),-: thoulit of having penny letter pon The end followed a jH i ioil of un j lani hicnniul iWinn of the. Supreme ''W I'm t'nitcd 8tatc4 inuxt lie (oiiHioiicnehH that had continued i hidge of biuinvillc. i postponed many year. he vera I day and eaine ho gently thutMily the attending physic...

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. — 7 October 1904

aw When others arc SpeaKing Of Bargains remember that this is the Store that has jiven more bargains than all the other stores in Marion combined. Quality is Remembered Long after the Price Forgotten Good Goods arc so Cheap you can't nltord to bvy trash, This is the only word that fittingly describes our immense Stock of Clean, Fresh, New Fall Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Hats. MATCHLESS IN QUALITY! MATCHLESS IN VARIETY! MATCHLESS IN PRICE I New Goods and plenty of them arc now here ready for your inspection. We are ready to show you the Newest, Choicest and Best Goods that the Best Markets Afford. We are ready to save you more money this season on your Fall and Wter Goods .than ever before. READ ALL THE OTHER ADVERTISEMENTS, SEARCH IN EVERY STORE IN MARION. EXAMINE QUALITY AND PRICES ANYWHERE. EVERY WHERE, THEN COME TO THIS BIG CASH STORE AND BUY YOUR GOODS FOR LESS MONEY THAN FROM ANY OTHER STORE. SHOES. We are proud of the fact that thia atore haa alwaya had the roputa- tinn nt...

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