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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 July 1906

I m f ---A WiMiinin!h juiy nClSOi. at poatoflioa at ktanon. Ky undar Act of Con- aVaa of March (,187. FRIDAY, JULY-13, 1906. Dog day will goon be here. Even the date on the can, will give us no information as to the age of the chicken. The Zionites are unriiur Restorer Dowie to restore that (200,000 he got out of their bank. Hardly any of us would begrudge thirty ccnU to have the snow shoveled off eur sidewalk just now. This paper is entirely printed by its own machinery and no part or parcel of It is printed elsewhere. An rain prevented the celebration of King Edward's birthday, he will prob ably have another next week. It is to be hoped that the weather bureau is not keeping that cool wave in cold storage in order to save it. After a while, at the present rate of progress, it will be next to impossible - for anybody to make money dishonestly. With labor entering politics, the future begins to look dark, instead, for the man who took to politics to avoid labor. Philadelphia t.as de...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 July 1906

IP - I - . .am) mfciS iiiy iS, 1904. "at M pottoftic at Marian.' Ky.. under Act of Con- of March (,187. FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1906. Dog days will soon be here. Even the date on the can, will give us no information as to the age of the chicken. u . The Zionites are urging Restorer Dowie to restore that $200,000 be got out of their bank. Hardly any of us would begrudge thirty cents to have the snow shoveled off ear sidewalk just now. This paper is entirely printed by its own machinery and no part or parcel of It fa printed elsewhere. As rain prevented the celebration of King Edward's birthday, he will prob ably have another next week. It is to be hoped that the weather bureau is not keeping that cool wave in cold storage in order to save it I After a while, at the present rate of progress, it will be next to impossible - tor anybody to make money dishonestly. With labor entering politics, the future begins to look dark, instead, for the man who took to politics to avoid labor. Philadelphia...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 July 1906

F. W. Nunn. Denttet Cherry lee at Haynea & Taylor'a. Misa Eula Thurman is spending the week in the country. i Buy the bent meat from J. W. Giv 1 ena St Son. G. L. Barnea, of Dawson, attended j the funeral of the late J. N. McNeely. Ijltuchter Paint, beat en earth $1.20 t gallon. Nunn & Tucker. (j. A. Seaman left Monday for JcMinnville, Tenn. (m. John Seaman apent Monday in nceton. Come and aee our work. j Henry k Henry. (w. II. Copher waa in Evanaville jVedneaday. Gaaoline retail at Eakew Brothers hop at wholeaal price. Beat $2 whiakey on earth at the Elk- horn Saloon. Hardin. D. B. Kevit, of Dawson, waa in the 'y this week. 'a I .Y1- W" ' Tucller ' lne """est of '1V. Henry Rice, at KeUey. I fcJa r of lime juiit received at Cochran I'icken. Mim) Nan Walker, of Hopkinaville, w the truest of Mia Carrie Moore. Souvenir Tout funis at llaynii & Taj lor. i Hike your produce to iiiiiiland .V 1 Koltini-key. ? Mr (.lit I)mI1miV of Prinn.f nr. turn m the city Monday. Mir Dora Alex...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 July 1906

tl I I i LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn. Dentift. Cherry Ice at Haynea k Taylor's. 1 mu. Eula Thurman ia spending tlie week in the country. !Buy the best meat from J. W. Giv en! k Son. a i.- Rarnei. of Dawson, attended ' the funeral of the late J. N. McNeely. I Ruchter Paint, bent on earth $1.20 Per gallon. Nunn k Tucker. ....... 1 J. A. Seaman left Monday lor McMinnvllIe, Tenn. Mm. John Seaman spent Monday in jrinceton. Com. and see our work. I Henry k Henry. jv. H. Copher was in Evansville jVednesday. Gasoline retaila at Eskew Brothers aliop at wholesale price. Beat $2 whitkey on earth at the Elk horn Saloon. Hardin. D. B. Kevil, of Dawson, waa in the city this week. W. U. Tucker is the guest of Henry Kice, at Kelsey. j of lime just received at Ct h run n Ickens. J , Jit Nan Walker, of Hopk likens. kinsvillu, it- '"j Cm- vui'Ht of Mib Carrie M, wore. Souietur Pout Cards at liaynea A T!r. Take your produce to Gillilund A: Koltini-kcy. Mr. (iid Dollar, of Princeton, was i the city Monda...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 July 1906

V I rARMGAITOE! MARKETING LIMA BEANS. Borne of the Things to Remember lu Order to Best Dispose of the Crop. AiirusI Is ih? nmiiih lor heavy pro duction of Hum beans. They contlinic lo Dear, however, till the first haro killing frost. The amount ami length of profitable bearing deiH-ncls largely iiixiii keeping the vines picked clean and not allowing pods to set dead ripe, for the rljiened seed of any kind takes most vital imbalance out of the plant and causes It to die. Besides the beans when not quite ripe bring the highest prices. The time to pick the pods Is when they show faint traces of light green lo yellow. After the pod be- Jim Til AY Of I.I.MX UK A N. It KAI'Y F"l! MA UK KT tomes yellow, the beans Inside are ripe, turn while ami are then consid ered "dry" beans. White ones mixed with Ihc green damage the selling price from a tew cents to half their value per quart. On l he market lima bear-B are sold 6 the quart, hence the bt pack Is the ordinary 1 or 14 quart V? tj crate. ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 July 1906

i i II sow nnd ii V I ) A I I ii fj FARMaGARDI i 1 i mci i ; MARKETING LIMA BEANS. Same of the Things to Remember lii Order to Best Dispose, of the Crop. AukiisI In ihs mom It fur heavy pro duction of Hum Ih-hiik. They continue to hear, however, till the first haro MUliiK frost. The amount and lonpt'.i ol pniliialile IwuiIiik ih'iwntU liirROly 11 (Mtii koppli.g the vines picked (lean and not hIIowIiik pods to get dead ripe, for the rlened seed of any kind taken most vitnl substance out of the plant and causes It to die. Besides the beans when not quite ripe bring the highest prices. The time to pick the pods Is when they show faint traces of light green to yellow. After the pod be- Tit AY ! LIMA I KAN'S I(KA1Y MAHKfcT comes yellow, the beans Inside are ripe, turn white and are then consid ered "dry" benns. White ones mixed with the green dam use the selliiiR priue from lew cents to half their value per quart. tin the market llmu teas tre soi l 6' tlv quart, hence the beet pack Is th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 July 1906

History Repeats By II. L. KINER rava Allra unil liiniihlnii Allium ud KUIlli Willi nul'li-n Im'.r. -l.uiigKdlow's LiuiiKbtft. ropled darling, tr of tbcui, nd audiua, giny sncl iirlm; very ihu irioa even, luid tile aranu- very dim. There' been trouble tlio table, we must ioiuelime about lit, or the grandmas lead l urln' mIL Ra lly the dear old ludy suuared ni fr of trouL How the trio Ited, when the ObIm were ou,: f declined more nb. utid MBiely Id, tut not a word sl.eu nller. k she spread her bread wim nms- . thluklug he hu K"1 "" .-at frowoa wou't quell the lautih- of the KlgKlelxllc three. louil errors, too, quoin giauuiua. en you are in old aa uie. irw, wb'a thing ku ' awa. ahe reiream across me way. the home of Cousin r.na. nn. wears the mood away. The finnan alwayi cleared by evcnlii. amllm Illlht her homeward way; rauiaui fthe rosy sunshine. Uea aa Jolly a JJinnle, June and Jal sobered, fllllke, from nun to tain, when imlina rlmly rabld her bonnet. i their inl.! h. their palu! ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 July 1906

History Repeats By H. U KINER (iruv All unit laiiKhlnit Allauia Anil KdlUi Willi golden lutlr. l,uiiIU"W ' Duiigbtei. Dimpled darllnsa, tlirwe of Ilium, una Rianduia. amy aud prim; very i . . . .!' ........ lllu Ul-ttllll Lai very dim, There's been trouble M Uie table, we ntuttl souietlnH liout ball, or the grandmas lead be lrly (with a heaping apoou of suit "tly the diar old lady sugared a fine ate of trout How the trio rIhkM. fisted. when I he nah ' ,""t ou,! a declined more nth. siair.y red. but not a word shed ulier. 8liu spread ner urni d, tiilnklug she ImURot meimiior. rceat frown wou't uill the laugh of the kIkkI'-Wc three. "You'll Kb- error, too." quoth grandma. lit-D you are aa old a we." iw, when thing! o wrong with ndifia, ihe reirrai ai:ro me way. Ilia home of l.'oulo Ella, where b wear the mood aay. The cloud i alwavi cleared by evenlna. smile jadllilit her bumeward way; radlaut the roy sunalilue, aba a aa joiiy a Jay. Jennie. June and Jennie sulien-d. irllllke. from nu...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 July 1906

4 LOCAL NEWS Hampton. Dr. J. F. Crawford attended the show at Carrsville Monday nighti C. S. Crass, of the Blue Grass store, made a business trip to Carrsville Mon day. Mr. W. C. Baget, of Atlanta, Ga., arrived here Saturday to accompany his wife home, who had been visiting friends and relatives of this place. The ball game here July 4th between Levias and others and the Hampton first nine resulted in favor of the visit ing team, the score being 17 to 22. Hurrah for Hampton! She leads yet played three games and lost one, Rev. W. T. Oakley and Jas. F. Price, of Marion, spent Thursday night in this city the guest of Rev. J. B. Low ery. Miss Emma Butler, of Good Hope, was in town Saturday shopping. H. E. Worten, manager of the second ball team, says he is ready for Lola next. C. R. Hodge says he would like to go to Paducah and attend the Catholic school. He wears his collar backwards, now. I think he intends making a priest Chapel HilL Mrs. Ida Ward and Mrs. Bettie Adams are on the sic...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 20 July 1906

IttEHdEE 2te0fHl ; ii ' H t. VOLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY JULY 20, 1906. NUMBER 2. rmtit LIE PER CAPITA $3.30. rues! Amount Ever Paid to the Kentucky Common School Fund. Frankfurt, Ky.. July 11. -Superin-ndctit of I'ulilic Instruction Fuqua p-day fixed the cr capita for the en- Ling cchiHil yt'iir ending June :U, VMH It f.'l 30, the largest amount ever paid or the public education of achool child tun by the common achool fund of the ffcute. The total amount certified to ill auM-rintcndnt apHrtioned liy Auditor Hagcr i $J,4.ttll.wt. I.at t' ear the amount waa fJ.TT'J.TfJ.li'i, it ing hwn that the fund will receive J hi year $7,KK!,.V more than last yer, h numtM-r of school children of the jUte in 7:H.X'tl. The per cMpiU ha 'gradually increased from fiflo in 1904; $2.9.'., !!.'., f-l. 25, 1 to H.W for the current year. The following ia the rcxrt of Aud it S. W. I lager, ' ln mouut due l'.e school fund for the year ending June :, Sute of Kentucky, Office of Auditor, Frankfor...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 20 July 1906

1 INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST ' j I Fire mi Tornado! :4 j I In the Old Reliable Insurance Agency of p : t J.GEO. M; CRIDER & COMPANY i k I Morion, Ify; p ; H , I : . WE REPRESENT: ( 1 ' The Hartford - - - Assets $18,061,947 ii ' i;' ) National - ..." 7,304,958 U ! y Citizens of Missouri .... " 819,129 f , Royal - 69,123,737 J- f! f German American - - " 14,052,520 F$ , g ZZZZZ American Central ..." 4,191,809 ZZZZZZZZZZZZ ft g North British & Mercantile - - " 22,705,002 5 Queen of America ..." 6,841,017 g ! T rl Phenix of Brooklyn - - " 8,859,129 H i J)-' V. g Niagara - - - 4,732,285 H , ( fjj Liverpool and London and Globe - " 56,630,000 X 0 Total " $213,361,514 6 MAKE NO MISTAKE. Secure protection in the strongest agency in Crittenden County. Our Companies control more assets than all other companies combined in Crittenden, Caldwell, Lyon and Livingston counties. Q J " I upstairSinhoPnos'omc DMg. GEO. M. CRIDER & CO., Marion, Ky. ' " aaaw DIITC THFM tt'ISF make a few. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 20 July 1906

One-Eared Bruin Came Back to Die When Epli White rushed Into Oran'tlicr Lew Green's house early thin week and told bow Ike Carpenter bad uhot g "turrlbla ol' gray bear with only one ear" and waa exhlbltluK hlui at tha atore, (iran'ther became a ex cited he nearly rhoked. Crabbing hla hat, be followed the retreating Kph to the little knol of men. who were view ing the carcass aim speculating aa to bow and when tha bear bad toil bla ,v 'ear. I The bear, a veteran witb turta or ill)KT kay Mattered along bin back fund blotrbee of whitish balr eruearltif bla gaunt and muscular cheat, lay In the reuter of (ha group. Without ado, (Iran'ther rau bla treiiibllng flngera across tbe skull and along the upper vertebrae. The next lustaut be ex claimed: "It'a him! It'a him!" "For land sakea, who's him?" de manded Ike. I ."Who?" chortled Oran'ther, Indul gently. "Why. It'a One-Ear Hill. Yea Ihlr, tbat'a Jest who 'tta and bere'a bli tother ear." Diving Into hia pocket, (iran'ther brought up a worn ...

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. — 20 July 1906

On Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. CEO. M. C RIDER, Editor and Publi.her. EUGENE GUESS, Associate Editor. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered u aaaond-ctasa matter July IS, 1904. at Um poatoflice at Marion. & undsr Act of Con- l of March S, 1879. FRIDAY. JULY 20, 1906. No news from San Francisco these days, will be understood as good news. Louisiana has declared for Bryan. Andrew Jackson will be getting; jeal-1 ous if this thing keeps up. After looking over his record, no one will grumble because President Roose velt draws his salary during his vaca tion. This life is mostly made up of people who imagine they were intended to do something better than their present vocation. , Mrs. Thaw has announced that she intends to "tell all" and those of us who have not forgotten how, may as well begin to blush. There are intimations that the Ada laiJE. Stevenson boom is about to be taken from the shelf, dusted "off and placed on exhibition again. Tom Taggart, the National Demo crati...

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. — 20 July 1906

LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn, Dentist Joe Wagner, of Salem, wu in the city Tuesday. Tom Cook, of Kelsey, wu in town Wednesday. Cash for produce. Gilliland St Kol tinaky. A. C. Moore wu in Carrsville thi week. Un, AdaS. Cavender pent Wednes day at Siloam. Dawaon Water on tap at Haynes & Taylor's Fountain.' Mlu Willie Carloia apent Wednes. day at Siloam. J. W. Hudson, of Salem, waa in the city Wednesday. Try shower bath at Bumi & McConnell. Mrs. S. B. Holoman U ill ather home. S. S. Carrick, of Oak Grove country, ii lick. Wood & Orme carry everything needed in the srhoul room, An infant, of Mr. and Mr. LeeJViik, died last week. John K. Daughtry, of Uniontown, waa hi're Friday. Juiit received a rar of limn. Ilina & Cox. Kims Giveiis, of Providence, wan in town Sunday. Frank S, Lyd, of Fredunis, wan in the city Wednesday. See our 10 cent china, it ia (lice. Ilicklin Bros. L. E. Gues, of Tulu, wax in Illi c it) Monday. Judge I.andet, of Hopkinsville.fjwaii in the city Tuesd...

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. — 20 July 1906

DAMAGE SUIT SETTLED. Blchanl N. Dorr Wins Victory Over the Missouri Railroad Company. . The damage suit of Richard N. Dorr, the present citv clerk of Wichita, a gainst the Missouri Pacific Railway company is ended. A small journal entry on the books of the clerk of the district court indicates that the case has been dismissed by mutual agree ment of the attorneys representing Mr. Dorr and the railway company, the cost to be paid by the company. .This means that a settlement has been effected between the company and Mr. Dorr and that one of the most noted damage suits ever brought against a railroad by an individual in Sedgwick county is ended. Mr. Dorr received $12,500 in settlement of his claim and said last night that the mat ter was settled in full. Two years ago last April Mr. Dorr was a brakeman in the employ of the Missouri Pacific Railway company. While in the discharge of his duties he was thrown beneath the wheels of a moving train and both legs were cut off, one above and ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 20 July 1906

7 5 TELLING TOM t It wax til very beautiful to tbs pretty girl In al blue llneu ami tlis I you itK man la (be natty summer mlt I After a week's weary work la their downtown offices tbat Saturday even- ing out at the big, glittering annum I ment park waa a restful treat with Ita t surging crowda, lu garland! of spark i ling llghta, the inutile, the whir of I parsing throats and the mlnuM" of I light laughter and gay word, j "Can't you make up your mind and J answer me to-night. Lou?" he urged. . "Haven't I waited long enough? U It yea or no?" There waa coquetry In the aide glance ahe gave him. "Don't be no ae ! rlou," ahe laughed. "We rame out here to enjoy ourm-lve!" There waa pain In the look he gave her. "It la aerloua to me," he aald. huskily. "If not to you!" A little stab of aelf reproaih to bered the girl In pale blue, but an aha opened her llpa the young man left her aide. Hhe aaw him In a group of eaiter pwvhaaera of tlrkete for the alrahlp toward which they had lx-en headed...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 20 July 1906

LOCAL NEWS The Continued Story of Current Events Midway. Miss Mattie Perry will teach our school this fall. We hope to see every patron out the first day and bring ev ery pupil with you and let's help the teacher and let's start rifcht, keep right and we'll be right That is it; let us help each other. Mr. L. A. Sigler, of this district, who has been confined to his house for some time, is in a very bad condition with something like scrofula. Paul Rone sold one spring lamb last week that weighed 120 pounds and brought him $7.20. The Ohio River Association meets Wednesday after the 3rd Sunday in August with Piney Creek church. Let every one that attends try to do some good and if we do, there can be much good done. The brethren met last Wednesday and cleanedoff the graves, preparatory for the occasion. Eld. J. L. Paris expects to start Thursday to Virginia to be gone about six weeks on a preaching tour. Starr. We had a nice rain Saturday, which wai badly needed. The farmers are about ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 27 July 1906

B1ko,B.E. .JiJtfl222iai ttfeBStol eotxl OLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY JULY 27, 1906. NUMBER 3. M DVERTISE COUNTY PAPERS Surest Road to Success Says W. H. Copher L'ILD UP YOUR OWN TOWN I Mace is Good Enough lor I Man to lake Money In It b Good Enough to Spend It In. i :a success without adveitising. Mr. W. H. Cipher, (ha restaurant 3nd grocery roan, U a strong believer in advertising and building up his home town Instead of helping to build large ejtiee. In conversation with a Record than Uit other day Mr. Gopher said: j "We are proud of our splendid cities, and we want them to increase in wealth and population, and we also want our country towns to grow. We wich th city merchants to build up, but we also desire the country merchants to pros per. I do not believe in the mail order citizen. If a place is good enough for a man to live in and to make hia money la, it is good enough for him to spend his money in. J "No merchant can succeed without advertising in one wsy or anoth...

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 July 1906

RIGH T COMPASSES JJAVY DEPARTMENT TO HELT JTAVIGATOES 07 LAKES. XUrks to B Bet TJp at loints Wkm Beds of Iron Under Water Disarrange the Needle. Washington, D. C The navy de partment has sent Commander Reg inald F. Nicholson, assistant chief of the equipment burtau. to Cleveland to if take steps to help the captains of lake vessels to rectify their troubles with refractory compasses. For many years paat these skippers have been both red by the erratic behavior of their compasses In different localities on the lakes. At first It was thought that the curgoos ot Iron or other ores they were carrying In their vessels were re apoiiiifcle for this deviation In the needles; but nowadays it Is recognized that tbi real source of the trouble lies Im the nature of the bottom of the lakes, and not In the cargoes. Great beds cf Iron underlie the lakes in various places, and these affect the compasses. It Is to correct this evil that Com mander Nicholson In going to Cleve land with Instrument tha...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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