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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 27 July 1906

mm TO CLOSE HIVE ENTRANCES Simple But Effective Method Using Sections of Wire Screening. f A unique wsy of closing hire o tmnrc with screen wire cloth U that of E. It. Junea, of Hcevllle, Tex. It li the cheapen snd quickest that I hart ever r.mn or heurd of, declares the sdl tor of Gleanings la Bee Culture. I have tried the scheme myself, while moving colonies, and was highly pleased with tt The wire cloth Is cut Into strips (Kig. 1) twice the width of the entrance to be cljecd, and exactly the Inside letia;th of the same. For the standard three eighth-Inch depth entrance the strips would be three-quarters of an Inch HOW TIIK IIIVK KNTKAV'h lt r.na:u wide; for the three quarter Imh en tranro one and one half Inches, "lbs strip are next bent Into shullo troiiRlm (Kl. 2) by piscina them lenit'hwlse between two straight edged boards and letlliiK half their width el tend out to be beui down by the ime ol another hoard. On iloalni the eotrsnces, simply Is) one of the strips down on the b...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 27 July 1906

On Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. CEO.M. CRIDER, Editor and Publisher. EUGENE GUESS, Associate Editor. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered u second-class matter Jul? 15, 1904, at Oh poatoffloa at Marion. Ky.. under Act of Con- of March 8. 1879. FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1906. Twelve millun silk hats are sold every year in England. Is this why beavers are so scarce and high? In China every man's first object in life is to purchase a coffin for him self. Exchange. "" : CZZ This is copied for the benefit of Nunn & Tucker and R. F. I)orr3 A Kansas City ice man testifies that he went into business with $600 and the following)! seasonfmadeld.UM. That beats Jim Givens. Whatever else may happen t his reputation, Harry Thaw is now in a fair way to escape the terrible dis grace of dying rich. Col. Bryan intimates that he stands just where hediJ in 18!W and li"H. It will be remembered he he stood outside the 'White House gate in those years. It is now up to Mr. Thomas Taggart, of Indiana, ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 27 July 1906

T.J.RINSWORTH. J. S. flINSWORTH. MarioE Coal Transfer Co, I IOC I The best coal at the lowest price, sold from a lump to a car load. Special attention given out of town customers. Try our 'phone, No. 31, and you'll then try our COAL. We move Household Goods with special care. We move Safes. All kinds of Heavy Hauling. We are responsible for anything we do. Try us. Many thanks for past patronage and soliciting a continuation, we are Yours Truly, Office and Stable Near Depot. MARION COAL & TDZINSFFR fOMPANV LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn. Dentist. Bruce Moore, of Tolu, in her Tuesday. Will Hurley, of Tolu, wu In town Tuesday. Mis Rowcna Clark left Saturday for her home at Princeton, I ml. Rev. J. J. Frank, of Salem, wu in the rity Tuesday. Plenty of good fresh lime on lamia at alt time. Ilina ft Cox. Mm. J. It. Ray left Tueaday for Cri d er, to end several daya. David I rink ill. of lawisville, ia the gueat of hia parent. Dr. and Mr. A. J. Driskill. Cumherland Telephone Company will p...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 27 July 1906

SHE 1 INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST i By virtu xted to i Pre Tornado! hlerk'i ofl Court, In 1 he Mw-ii ,f $750 Deputie ay of Av f 10 o cl GEO, 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. Phone 15. up Stairs in Postoffice Bldg. QWENS60RQ MOB lakse an Attack on the Jail to i Negro Prisoner. Get Owensboro, Ky., July 16. -A deter mined mob mad three attempU to get Silvester Basket out of jail here this morning, but Jailer Calhoun and Deputy Jailer Lyon refused to give upthekeya. II embers of Oie mob were disguised with handkerchief tied over the lower portion of their face. The mob enterd the jailer' real dene by kicking down the front door. When they demanded the key of the jailer, he positively refuted to hand them over, and declared that the mob would have to kill him before they got them. The mob secured a telephone pole, and ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 27 July 1906

SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an execution No. 80 di- ected to me, which issued from the Clerk's office of the Crittenden Circuit pourt, in favor of A. II. Reed against he Marion Zinc Co., for the sum f $760.00, I, or one of my Ueputiee, will, on Monday the 13th lay of August l'JOO, between the houra jf 10 o'clock, a. m. and 2 o'clock, p. ii. at the Court House Door in Crltten len county, Ky., expose to PUBLIC SALE to the highest bidder, the fol owing property (or ao much thereof aa nay be necessary to satisfy Plaintiff's Bobt, interest and coata.) to wit: "One rart or parcel of land, lying and being n CrltUmden County, Kentucky, on Latere of Dry Fork creek, near Cook leyville church, and being the same land conveyed to A. A. Davenport, by Mrs. W. A. Adorns and her husband, Lnd Mra. Prank Cruce and huaband, aa known by Deed Sept. 1st, IKK), in Deed look "X," page C2H; alao a part of he land being bought by aaid Daven- Kjrts from I'. C. 4 J. S. McMurry, aa known by deed dated April 8t...

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. — 27 July 1906

LOCAL NEWS The Continued Story of Current Events Iron Hill. "The miata have cleared away," and "The sun shines bright in our old Kentucky home." Prospects for crops are fine. Our farmers are not yet through cutting hay. Bid Drennan sold two calves last week, to Mr. Dunn, of Crayneville. Jim Campwell has moved his saw mill to the Chimney Rock spring, T. M. Dean will move his saw-mill to Webster county, soon. Henry Butler is operating a saw-mill for Bill James on Curg Travis' place. Mrs. Rose Stewart and children, who have been visiting her sister, Mrs. Lin'nie Thomas, of Uniontown, for the past week, returned home Sunday. Edd Dean is building a new house. Tom Kemp is digging a well on his farm. Tom Edd Walker has taken charge of a blacksmith shop at Tribune. Alice Walker is vUiting friends in Webster county this week. Mrs. Eflle Porter, of Marion, is visit ing friends in this vicinity. Bro. Oakley tilled his regular ap pointment at Sugar Grove Sunday. Old Folks service will be held a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 August 1906

7. rmrn ttatfal VOLUME 3. M ARION,"CRITTENDEN COUNTY.JKY., AUG. 3, 1906. NUMBER 4- 1 38 LIE l,C. RAILROAD INFORMATION News Gathered at Depot by Record Representative COURTEOUS LOCAL OFFICIALS Great System Bandies all Freight Coming to or Going Out ol Marlon. PII30NAL AND LOCAL BAPPEMNG1 A visit to tht depot but we-k ena ble u to give Chittendkn Rkcokd reader a little new concerning tne railroad that passe through our town. Nearly everything that cornea to the town of Marin or leavei the town of Marion And it'i wv to the I. C. K. R. depot Tha business of thia corporation ia presided over by Mr. W. L. Venner, an old agent and telegraph operator, Vho understand the business from the ground up. He ia aurrounded by a number of helper and notwithstanding all thl help, he declarer that time doe not hang heavy on hi hand. In reply to a question he aid: "Why man! W are full of business. W have to work to keep from getting covered up and kaingour jobs." -Hut, Mr. Venner, if Marion is dead or ...

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. — 3 August 1906

WILL BE BETTER IT THAN EVER WAS In Its Third, Year The Record's Circulation Exceeds the Expectations, of Its Publishers and Friends. ' ' With the issue of July 13th, 1906, The Crittenden Record started in on the third year of its existence. A part of that voy age has been tempestuous and part of it bright. On the 28th day of March, 1905, a conflagration destroyed the greater part of Marion and in that destruction The Crittenden Record went down. The Crittenden Record did not miss an issue on account of the fire nor for any other cause. For over a year it struggled along without any machinery, but now it is fully equipped and prepared for any and all kinds of newspaper and job work. Below is a cut of the new Cranston press installed July 6th, 1906, and also a cut of the engine that drives all the machinery. I CNKAUXIUA. j 1 LJul m HJ In the past two years the circulation of The Record has grown beyond all expectations and now exceeds that of many much older county papers, in fact few...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 August 1906

M05TJPR08PER0US YEAR Board of Trustees of Kentucky State College Hold a Satisfactory Meeting. OUR DIRECTORY. The Board of Trustees of the State College of Kentucky met Juno 5th, and continued in tension two days. The re ports submitted covered the most pros perousjyearjin the history of the insti tution. In 1878, when the Collide was'Jde tachedfby J the Legislature fromita connection with KentuckyEUniversity, the matriculation for the whole year mounted to only seventy-eight. The catalogue issued for the year 1905-6 shows an enrollment of HIS. During the' Intervening period, the attendance has lncreasedjnore than ten-fold. Its courses of study have multiplied, iU teaching staff in corresjionding propor tions, and instead of graduating small classes of one, two and three, it has for years past, graduated an average of not less than sixty-five each year. It now possesses real estate consisting of College grounds, farm buildings and equipment, amounting to $750,000. All its Depsrtments...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 August 1906

Tliese Goods Have ciot f 0 Go ! -1 I ... L r We mean every word we say. This is no joke. If advertising and talking will not move them PRICE WILL The only place in town to get Real Bargains. This sale begins NOW. It ends Saturday, August 25. That is our last day with you. Unheard of Prices Have Been Placed on the Entire Stock ! It is cheaper to sell them than to move them. Why Delay ! Come Early ! The Goods the Latest. Prices the Cheapest. 12 v m H Next door to Marion Bank CJw erittcnden Rtcord. ISSUED WEEKLY. CEO.M. CRIDER, Editor and Publisher. EUGENE GUESS, Associate Editor. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered u Mcoui-claM matter July 15, l4. at Um poatofflc at Marion. .. undrr Art of Con- of March S. 187. FRIDAY, AUG. 3, 1906. A lot of correspondence and new items were crowded out this week for want of space. Read "The Sphinx of Mystery" by Rustic in this issue of The Record. It is good. This man Rustic is himself certainly a Sphinx of Mystery. We venture the assertion tha...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 August 1906

I 1 T. J. AINSWORTH. J. S. AINSWORTH. arioo Coal & Transfer Go, 301 The best coal at the lowest price, sold from a lump to a car load. Special attention .given out of town custom! TVir su 'nliAn M Ol 1 n .1 . m. t j pnuuc, ii u. ji, ana you ii men try our tUAL. - . II M u Baggage Transfer and Hauling We move Household Goods with special care. We move Safes. AH kinds of Heavy Hauline. We are response for anything we do. Try us. Many thanks for past patronage and soliciting a'coEtio Office ond Stable Neor Depot. Ur8 Sfe', -mm i ittmun luml & I KMNrtK LUrlrANY. . l - - : : " T LITTLE RECORDS, Dentin. 't in KvariHville Tuev F. W, Nunn, Dr. Morris ' lay. Bom to the wife of . ria. a son, on July 3ltt. Horn to the wife of H. V. Stone, son, on July 31 t. Mm MaM Guess returned Tuesday night from I.iimin. where he has been the guest of Miss Jettie Nichols. Plenty of Rood fresh lime on lands at II time. lima A Cox. Miu Carrie Moore Irft Wednesday, for Hopkmsville, where ihe will re sum...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 August 1906

N SURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST Pre Toorocto! .r r r ltrJ EO. M MAKE NO MISTAKE. Secure control more assets than all other Phone 15. up Stairs in Postoffice Dldg. $2,073,000,000 The Inormoos Sum Earned by the Railroads o! the lotted States Ust Tear. According to preliminary report of t've InteraUte Commerce Commission, the gross earnings of the railroad of the United States, covering approxi mately 216,000 milci of road, will prob- ally ihow for the fiscal year ended June 30 an increase of 20 per cent over the $20,073,000,000 earned in 1906. This will prove a banner year for American railroads, in spite of the "adverse legislation" complained of. The official figures will not be availa ble for all the roads for some month yet, but the increases that have beeo shown month after month give reason to expect the 10 per cent increase. There have been heavy expenditures for improving the roads, but the net earnings will be very favorable. No section of the country has failed profit by the fa...

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. — 3 August 1906

II 1 t SHERIFFS SALE, Bv virtue of an execution No. 80 di ected to me, which toiled from the lerk'a oflice of the Crittenden Circuit ourt. In favor of A. H. Reed against he Mur on Zinc u., lor me sum f 1750.00, I. or on my Deputies, will, on Monday the 13th Lay of August 19(16, between the houra f 10 o clock, a, m. ana z o'ciock, p. at the Court Houm Door in Critten- ben county, Ky., expoae to PUBLIC ALE to the highest bidder, the fo. wb property (or ao much thereof aa biay be neceaaary to aatiafy Plaintiff's lubt. intereat and coata.) to wit: "One tract or parcel of land, lying and being Li Crittenden County, Kentucky, on atcrs of Dry Fork creek, near Cook- yville church, and being the aame nd conveyed to A. A. Davenport by Ira. W. A. Adama and her husband, nd Mra. Frank Cruce and huaband, at biown by Deed Sept let, IKK), in Deed book "X," page 628; alao a part of e land being bought by aaid Daven- L.rts from I. C t J. 8. McMurry, aa biown by deed dated April 8th, 1H91, korded in D...

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. — 3 August 1906

LOCAL NEWS The Continued Story of Current Events Carrsville. Mrs. Lucy Owen, mother of Mrs. 0. L. Foster, who has been visiting here for the past six weeks, has returned to her home at Hampton. Mrs. Sallie Woodmansee, of Hamp ton, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Foster. Will Foster and wife, of Duly Bluff, Mrs. Lulu Braborn and Miss Gems Shafter, of Sturgis, visited Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Boyd last week. Uncle Jesse Boyd and son, Lorin, of Joy, were here Saturday. Mrs. Mary Harrison, of Batdwell, is visiting her many relatives and friends bere and in the country. She is the wife of Esq. Harrison, who used to live near here. J. W. Chitte..den, J. E. Myrick, W. 9 Pkomnmn unA wif find Will ShnilRP- of the Joy or Oak Grove neighborhood, were here last week. Misses Mary and Gertie Vick, of Good Hope, were in town Saturday. M. C. Wright and Ollie Barnes visit ed the School field and Spees mines Friday. J. W. Babb and son, Jesse, were in Salem last week. Mr. A. C. Babb after spending a few days...

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. — 3 August 1906

LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn. Dentist. Coco Cola at Haynes Si Taylor. Telephone Gilbert' for watermelons. II. L. Sutton, of Providence, nan in town Tuesday. For fresh meat go to J. W. Givena ,fc Son. Ed Pabney, of Princeton, was in the city Monday. J p, Hopewell was at Sturgis the first of the week. Buy the beat meat from J. W. Giv en at Son. Mrt. Ca vender haa her new ready to- wear hat. W. II. Cophor is in Marion, III., this week, the guest of relatives. Woods t Orme can furnish vou books, tableta, slates and etc. Master Wunler Moore has been quite ill for several days. We sell you four cheaper than any one.- Hicklin itros. Abe Henry, the tomb stone man was in (.'lay Tuesday. nave you seen Mrs. i avendcr s new fall hats? They are beauties. Miss Carrie I. Reiter, ol Fredonia, as in town shopping Tuesday. Frank Cash and 8. A. Pollard were at the New Marion Monday. llest sewing machines on the -Near Home. Nunn & Tucker. Mrs. H. I). Pollard and daughters, are veiling relatives at Kl...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 August 1906

F.W. NUNN, Dentist. i Office: Rooms 2 and 4 Jenkins Bldg. MARION, KY. R. L MOORE, Atrorney-at-Law. Office: Room 10, roritoffice Bldp. MARION, KY. Dr. M. Ravelin, Practice Limited to Diseases and Delicti of Ihe Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat GLASSES TITTED. Suite 16 and 17, Arcade Duildlna Evansvillc, ... Indidna MISS NELL WALKER Stenographer And Notary Public OFFICE: With Blue & Nunn. CARL HENDERSON, Attorney-at-Law. Will Practice in all Civil Cases, i Marion, Ky. 1 Harris & Shopbell, ARCHITECTS F!:irt prepared for both public and ,Ti"a'c building. Correspondence SOlllil-.d Head Ache Sometimes? f si), it will interest yon to know that it can le stopped with Dr. Miles' Anti-rain Tills; ami without any hail after effects, and this without dan ger of fortrmijj a 'drug lialiit or having your stomach disar ranged. They positively con tain no opium, morphine, co caine, chloral, ether or chloro form in any form. Dr. Miles' Anti-l'ain I'ills relieve pain, and leave only a sense of reli...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 August 1906

F.W. NUNN, Dentist. Officei Rooms 2 and Jenkins Dldg. MARION, KY. R. L MOORE, Attorney-at-Law. Office: Room 10, Postoffice Bldg. MARION, KY. Dr. M. Ravdin, u(ln Limited to Diseases nd Dcfcttioi Ihe Ear, Nose & Throat Eye OLASSCS fITTCD. Suite I (land 17. Arcade Biilldmo Cvansville, ... Indiana MISS NELL WALKER Stenographer And Notary Public OFFICE: With Blue & Nunn. CARL HENDERSON, Attorney-at-Law. Will Practice in all Civil Cases. Morion, Ky. Head Ache Sometimes? interest vou to can le stopped If so, it will know that it with Dr. Miles' Anti-rain Tills; and without any bad after effects, and this without dan ger of forming a 'drug hain't or having your stomach disar ranged. They positively con tain no opium, morphine, co caine, chloral, ether or chloro form in any form. Dr. Miles' Anti-Tain Tills relieve pain, and lea e only a sense of relief. The reason for this is explained by the fact that headache comes from tired, irritable, turbulent, over-taxed brain tie-ves. Anti Ta...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 August 1906

iUGLBD ),ll.U STRANCE LIKING OF LITTLE RODENTS FOR MUSIC. Kentucklan Telle of Tuneful Melody Which Iteued from Throat of Hit Tiny Midnight Vleltor Story of an Organlit. Knitftu City, Mo. Several yean aro a "sinsInK mm" IIvmI In my fa ther', library, aald Dr. Junto Weir, of Owonaboro, Ky., recently. It wit my privilege to hear thi little niii HtclHii on everal occhhIoiih. My ja. I her wax In the habit of tuklug lunch about II o'clock at nlKbt, and hp wouhl Invarlubly throw (be crumb to bin tiny vlitltor. Shortly before, lunch time the monn wouhl make lie appearance, and, alttlng erect on It it hauncheii, begin Ita tuneful little ong. I uo the woul tuneful advlacilly, for there waa a Kroat deal of meloity la the xlmple theme which mnilii up thin creature mimical effort. flu aoiiK, In timbre, bore Nome re lenihUucH to (hat of the canary. Tl i-re wore, however, no cadotmu, though I noticed (iHHKiuei hi which there were both aaceudlng ami ie w nc! ole of four nolo. There wan alo coimltle...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 August 1906

M0USESANGLIKEB1RD trance liking of little RODENT8 FOR MUSIC. Kentucklan Telia of Tuneful Melody Which Uiued from Throat of Hit Tiny Midnight Visitor Story of an Organlit. Kansas City. Mo. Several years (K( a singing mouse" lived in my fa tliir'a library, said Dr. Jnmcs Weir, !f OwotiBboro, Ky., n-cfiitly. It win y irlvllKi to hcur this lit I In nm jlclan on several occasions. My her wna In Ihu habit of tukiiiK Inm-ti iliout 11 o'clock at nlKlit. and tie ton I J lii variably throw tlio crumbs i hlH tiny visitor. Hhortly before lunch time the iiioiihh would nutko It h Ippenrance, and. sluing erect on III launches, begin It tuneful lltilii Hon. I use the word tuneful advisedly, for here was a great deal of melody In Jbe simple theme which made njt thia ' real lira' musical effort, flu song, In timbre, bore some re nnlilance to that of the runary. fl ere wore, however, no cadenzas, hough I noticed iHHitn fn In which here wcrt' both ascending nnd de jkund acales of four notes. There wan ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 August 1906

1 I OP A I lIFW The Continued Storv LUWlL llLllJ of Current Events ' Fredonia and Kelsey I Blackburn Mrs. J. L. Ashbrook, of Lafayette, U visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. R. Overby. Rev. Charlt g Gregstor. of Kuttawa, preached at tl-e Baptist church Sun day. This will be our biggest business year. We aim to keep ourpri.K's down. Sell for cash and cash only. Sam Howerton. Woodford Millen, of Hampton, was in town Saturday and Sunday. Migi Esther Morris Wooten, of La fayette, is visiting Mrs. E. Richmond Overby. James Lowery and family went to Marion Monday. Get your fall ginghams, percalls, and black, blue and f(rey ool dress goods now, our stock is new and complete on these goods. Sam Howerton. John Lowery and family attended church at Bethlehem last Sunday. Earl and Eckles Rorer, of Crittenden were visiting in Caldwell county last Sunday. Mr. Patterson and family have moved into the house bought of W. D. John son. The school is on a boom here. A large attendance and splendid teachers....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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