ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Crittenden Record, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,085 items from Crittenden Record, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,085 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 24 August 1906

SOME HISTORY FROM ARCHIVE OF LIVINGSTON COUNTY REPRESENT' ATATIVE MEN OF THE COUNTY. The History of the Surveyor's Office of County to the Present Time. FOR THE SCHOOL BOYS AND GIRLS. To dip: down into the records of for mer times and know a bit of the history of those who laid the foundation of the present, will interest the most uncon cerned. All alike, love to know of those who trod the soil before they were born and came into the walks of men, and we have taken from the rec ords and from the memory of our pres ent surveyor, P. R. Vick, a geneolog. ical and chronological history of the surveyors of this county and described the first surveys made within the coun ty. Thanks are due to Mr. Vick for his patience in giving: the following; sketches and bits of history: fn. c i . . i ne nrsi survey recoraea in tne sur veyor's office of Livingston county was made for James Campbell on the 30th day of May, the year in which "The Father of Our Country" died, but before he died by several ...

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. — 24 August 1906

Jimmy s Wife By T. JENKINS BAINS (Authof of ''Wind Jwnitiers." "CndM of tha Nlrtl." Etc ) (Copyright, by Joatph B. Bowlaa.j We were about 10 miles tuuth of Cape Horn, hove-to la a high, rolling, northwest sea which made the initio link uninhabitable. In toe dog-watch the carpenter took merry on Qantllns and myself anil al lowed ui to hare his rooip In the for ward houso for an after-supper smoke. We had started forward whon the man on lookout hallea". Through the gloom of the flying drift and twilight a ihndow bore down upon the ahlp, grey-white above blark. Then there suddenly loomed out the shape of a great ship tearing along und-r t 'gal lant Mill dead before tbe gale. Then In an Instant the wus gone. The drift had closed uion her s the wept astern before anyone muld read her name. She had vanished quick ly the hud appeared, panalng on In to the dismal sea behind ua like a salt-streaked mystery. We stood gating at the whirling drift In the gloom aatern for some minutes, and then ...

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. — 24 August 1906

Cbt Crittenden Record, ISSUED WEEKLY. CEO.M. CRIDER, ) r... J. FRANK CONGER, ) td,,or' VERNON OAKLEY. Secy, and Treaa. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered u mcond-claai nutter July IS, 1904. at the poatofflce t Marion. Ky., under Act of Con of March J.,1878. NOTICE! & writing to have your addreat chanted alwara fftve the poet office to which your Daoer U ei in aa well aa the poatolhce to which you with It eni TELEPHONE IJS FRIDAY, AUG. 24, 1906. A FOREWORD. Times change. Men change. Poll cies change. All things change. ' In order to add to the strength of The Crittenden Record we have made a change and have associated with the management new energy and vigor. Last week Mr. J. Frank Conger and Mr. Vernon Oakley bought interests in this publication and will assume new duties as indicated at the head of this column. They need no introduction to the readers of the Record. They are well known. We bespeak for them your consideration and trust these new business arrangements will...

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. — 24 August 1906

1 T. J.AINSWORTH. J. S. AINSWORTH. Marion .Coal. (& Transfer Co0 I 1011 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. Baggage Transfer and Hauling 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 end Stable Near Depot. MARION COAL & TRANSFER COMPANY. L LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn. Dentist. Tho. Champion wu in Ui.lontown Tueday. Mr. John Stevens, of Princeton, wu the guest of Mr, Carloss Sunday. For fresh meat go to J. W. Givens A Son Jerry Daughtry returned home from Missouri thia week. Oitrar Zachary, of Canryville, waa in the city thia week. Wood A Orm have the largest tab let and date that ran be bought for the money. Meaaer. Julian ami Virgil F.lin, of I,oulsville, are minting their...

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. — 24 August 1906

. . . ... .... ........ : . - WILL BE BETTER THAN IT EVER IS In lis 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. 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 rea...

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. — 24 August 1906

CEMENT TROUGH. A Job Which Any Farmer Can Do Better and Cheaper Than On Built of Wood. Tlic Hblllir to do thlriKu woll and Id a workmanlike and autmtiititliil man nT l not poMaeasad bjr every farmer. Yet to make a cement waterliiK Unk, due ii i it require the mmhunlral ak'll thnt it d to foBairurt ono of wood. Tb lowr Illustration on thin pay snows iht stuvt mold (or a 35-lmrrel, MTAVK Mfil.il rH OMKNT Tlini ASt) Hit TK'.'IOH tXMr'l.tTKU. round tank, lately mnile tr Mr. V. M. (U'.uwln, I run re twin! Olibj. tava tli (ihlo Farmer. After n .v.iIiik. th foundation as built to atul the Jvl if thnmnd Tli atavee were ttvn put in plara and nllln. mlth it .v rt was rntlnurl lo th top. In or l.r to sirenr.thn th tank, several t frili hI I nm hart stera lmteiMe tr tln oomret during ronatrtiif Ion; hilt around th rlrrumfereiii a nuni lr of wire huopa were llkrwlae m lilded. Tlia material mlel us IVIIona: Cr.ii.h. atone, rliitil paria; rird, thr part; ii-menf. on patt Thia li -r lllumratlon ano...

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. — 24 August 1906

LOCAL NEWS Ruth. The little child of Bell Rowland's is Still Quite sick at the home of its grandmother, Mrs. Mary Stone. Dr. Todd, of Fredonia, is visiting it W. D. Moore has a new buggy. Let me ride, Donald. A. E. Brown and P. J. Blackburn have moved their saw mill to Rufus. Jim and Smith Lowery, of Fredonia, have been hauling lumber for Brown A Blackburn. L. 0, Lowery made the usual round on Fredonia Route No. 1. Saturday after a weeks lay off. Mrs. Sallie Stevenson and Mrs. Levins Moore visited Mrs. Moore's daughter, Mrs. Lillie Dunn, in the Crider neighborhood, a day or two last week. N. B. Ethridge, our blacksmith went to Fredonia Thursday afternoon. J. T. Morgan took produce to Prince ton Friday and brought out a load of goods. Dan Vinson, of Enon, was here Saturday circulating a petition asking Judge Blalock to fix the road near Robt Cartwnght on the Flynna Ferry road. Tommieand Volney Morgan hauled slabs from A. D. Asher's Saturday. There was baptising at Enon Sunday. Four w...

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. — 24 August 1906

J LOCAL NEWS The Continued Story of Current Events Ruth. The little child of Bell Rowland's is . still quite sick at the home of its grandmother, Mrs. Mary Stone. Dr. Todd, of Fredonia, is visiting it W. D. Moore has a new buggy. Let me ride, Donald. A. E. Brown and P. J. Blackburn have moved their saw mill to Ruf us. Jim and Smith Lowery, of Fredonia, have been hauling lumber for Brown 4 Blackburn. L. 0, Lowery made the usual round on Fntdonia. RuuU W 1 atv.rii-r Iter a weeks lay off. Mrs. Sallie Stevenson and Mrs. Levin Moore visited Mrs. Moore's daughter, Mrs. Lillie Dunn, in the Crider neighborhood, a day or two last week. N. B. Ethridse. our blacksmith went to Fredonia Thursday afternoon. J. T. Morgan took produce to Prince ton Friday and brought out a load of goods. Dan Vinson, of Enon, was here Saturday circulating petition asking Judge Blalock to fix the road near Robt Cartwnght on the Flynns Ferry road. Tommieand Vobiey Morgan hauled labs from A. D. Asher's Saturday. There ...

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. — 31 August 1906

3B EC0fd. VOLUME 3. FIRE VISITS Wallingford's Livery Stable Burned to the Ground The Third Time Mr. Walllngfurd Has Been Burned Out -Now Located In Mew Stable LOSS COVERED BV INSl RANGE Marion responded to an alarm of fire once more Friday morning, August 24, 2 o'clock. The fir u first discovered by Bob Donaldson, the foreman of the livery stable. It hid caught at the North wet comer and by the time the dis covery wa made was so far gone that no amount of work would have saved the (table. It burned to the ground. All the horses and must of the rolling flock wax laved. Mr, Wallingford carried ,'.m of in auranc and la fully protected. Hi loss ia principally the building, fiv set of harness, corn, hay and damsge to buggies, hsrka and bus. Thia continued run of ill luck ia getting on Mr. Wallingford's nerve and he now haa a stable not so liable to burn. The f eneral public, we presume, are not aware of the new law enacted l.y the last Kentucky Legislature and the effect thereof. Our but...

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. — 31 August 1906

- -",. --jJ$-' itm -(- "t J M o,Ti tmt at VOLUME 3. FIRE VISITS IT Wallinglord's Livery Stable Burned to the Ground The Third Time Mr. Walllnglord Has Been Burned Put - Now Located lo New Stable LOSS COVERED BY INSIRASCf Marion responded to in alarm of fire once more Friday morning, Auguit 24, 2 o'clock. The fir wa first dincovered by Mob Itonakkwin, the foreman of the livery Utile. It had caught at the North w( corner and by the time the dis covery was made waa ao far gone that no amount of work would have saved the italil. It turned to the ground. All the homrt and mot of the rolling lock was aaved. Mr. Walling ford carried 2.0 of in urance and la fully protected. Hi Iom U principally the building, five set of harneaa, corn, hay and damage to buggiei, harka ' and Int. Thia continued run of ill luck it getting on Mr. Wallingford'a nerve and he now hu a (table nt ao liable to burn. The general public, we presume, are not aware of the new law enacted by the lat Kentucky L'ilature and...

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. — 31 August 1906

I POINTS OF LAW Union County Lawyers Give an opin ion ot the Prohibition Election Law The lawyers of Union county have drawn up an opinion concerning the statutory provisions governing prohibi tion elections as found In the law passed by the last legislature. The opinion Is as follows: "Shall spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors be sold, bartered, or loaned in Union county." In order that the matter may be fully understood and the will of the voters be fairly determined, we upon request make this explanation of the law under which the election will be held. "No" is a dry vote and "Yes" is a wet vote. If a majority of the voters in the county vote "No," then no intoxi eating liquors of any kind can be law fully retailed in Unnn county, any where, or by anyone, in any quantity, not even by a druggist upon a pre scription of a physician. This will be the case in each and every precinct of the county, no matter how that par ticular precinct may vote. If a ma jority vote "Yea," then each ...

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. — 31 August 1906

CONQUERING SQUASH BUG. Best Method! of Protecting th Vines from Ui Ravage c This Pest. Alier the aqtiiiubi', ciiennilicTi umi melons ure well sinned the niuiiM, bug wukea Its uinjtarum-i', Thoae w.m liuve a Kiii'ili'ii kuow the lint, maty blu k i rmiinri! wlto Iih vile odor, la r'rl iik or wirly miu r ilm il'kh u,e laid iu the leave anil Htemu of plant, MUliellllie lilllRly, but UHlllilly In Kiaups nf fnun ui 60. Tbey are brownliili-yelluw and easily found. Fortunately the Insert confines It m lenilon utmost entirely to eucurbl Uceoie plaola. An the bugs arow thy scatter over the liuvcs, molt Inn nve times betoie they reach mutiirlly. Naturally tho plant la we.ikeued by aurh attention. A leaf tht had nourished many bugs will turn yellow, and If the fata are numerous enough the whole plant may be killed. It la sometimes claimed lhal the Imik stlntrs the leaf and kllla It. but It would he more to the point to any that the leaf Ik tapped and Ita llfe-hlood sucked out. In autumn the ndu...

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. — 31 August 1906

00 On Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. CEO. M. CRIDER, J. FRANK CONGER, Editori VERNON OAKLEY. Secy, and Treat. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered aa Mcond-cUu nutter July 16, 1904. at the poetoffice at Marion. Kjr., under Act of Con' of March 1. 1879. rtlflTIl CI wr'('n I" nave wr aiHrnaa llll I ll0 alwaya ive the pout- office to in a well aa the paatuffica to wl hlch your paper u Rt- hich you wiah it aenL While our columna are alwaya open for the d in cut ton of any relevrnt aubjvet, we do not neres- aarily indorae the opinion of contrbutora. Anonymoua lettera will not be noticed: therefofe eorreapondenU will plnue live their namea-not nrreaaarily for publication, but aa an evidence of a"od raith. TELEPHONE 138 FRIDAY, AUG. Si, 1906. We wish to correct the statement in last week's issue of the Record con cerning; Roy Crider, son of Chas. Crider. This boy was hurt by a Leopard belonging- to Col. Clark's shows, and it was reported here that he had died of the injuries. We ha...

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. — 31 August 1906

" i-.ni iiimiwi ' m 'iiintji riTrirrnrn" th.hu v , j' i On Crittenden Record ISSUED WEEKLY. GEO. M. CRIDER, J. FRANK CONGER, Editor VERNON OAKLEY. Secy, and Trea. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered aa second-class nutter Juljr IS, 1904, at tb postoffice at Marion. Kjf., under Act of Con l of March 8. 1879. NOTICE! In writing to have your add rota chanaed always aive the pout- ofhee to which your naner is o- inar aa well as the poatofflce to which you wiah it aent While our column! are alwayi open for the dis cussion of any relevent subject, we do not neces sarily indorse the opinions of eontrbutors. Anonymous letters will not be noticed; therefofe correspondents will please viva their names not necessarily for publication, but as an evidence of od raith. TELEPHONE IIS FRIDAY, AUG. Si, 1906. We wish to correct the statement in last week's issue of the Record con cerning Roy Crider. son of Chas. Crider, This boy was hurt by a Leopard be longing to Col. Clark's shows, and it was...

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. — 31 August 1906

LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn. Dentist. Morris & Vale sell froth light bread. Telephone Gilbert's for watermelon. W. H. Clark wan in Smitliland this week. Mrs. Cavender ha her new ready to wear haU. Wm. Towery, of Tribune, was in the city Wednesday. For fresh meat go to J. W. Givena & Son. Mrs. M. J. Clifton it visiting, her children here. H. H. King, of Corydon, was in the city Saturday. Miss Iva Hicklin vistited in Sturgis Saturday and Sunday. Best sewing machines on the Nears Home. Nunn & Tucker. Clarence Gilllland visited Will Wat kins at Mavfield this week. Buy the beat meat from J. W, Giv en & Son. Cold and hot baths at Met! & Scd berry. Miiis Maudn Gilliland was the guest of friends at Sheridan this Week. Mrs. Cavender invites you to call nd see her new fall hats. Itev. J. S. Howe Is holding a pro tracted meeting in Earlington. See our new assortment of granite ami tin ware. Hicklin Bros. Miss Klla McNeely li ft Wednesday for a few davs visit at Prinreton. Wh...

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. — 31 August 1906

LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn, Dentin. Morris & Yates tell f rotth light bread. Telephone Gilbert' for watermelon. W. H. Clark waa In Smitliland this week. Mr. Cavender hai her new ready to- wear hata. Wm. Towery, of Tribune, was In the city Wednesday. For fresh meat go to J. W. Givens 4 Son. Mrs. M. J. Clifton is visiting her children here. H. H. King, of Corydon, was in the city Saturday. Miss Iva Hicklin vistited In Sturgis Saturday and Sunday. Best sewing machines on the Nears Home. Nunn & Tucker. Clarence Gilllland visited Will Wat kins at MavAeld this week. Buy the beet meat from J. W. Giv ens A Son. Cold and hot baths at Mett & Scd berry. Mis Maud Gilliland was the guest of friends at Sheridan this week. Mrs. Cavender invites you to call and see her new fall hat. Rev. J. S. Rowe Is holding a pro tracted meeting in Earlington. See our new assortment of granite and tin ware. -Hicklin Bros. Miss Ella MrNecly left Wednesday for a few davs visit at Princeton. While in tow...

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. — 31 August 1906

i w - r -V F. W.'NUNN, Dentist. Office: Rooms 2 and 4 Jenkins Bldg. " MARION, KY. R. L. MOORE, Attorney-at-Law. Office: Room 10, PostofficelBldg MARION, KY. Dr. M. Ravelin, Practice Limited to Diseases and Defects of Ihc Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat GLASSES flTTED. Suite 16 and Cvansville, . 17, Arcade Dulldina Indiana HISS NELL WALKER Stenographer And Notary Public OFFICE: With Blue & Nunn. CARL HENDERSON, Attorney-at-Law. Will Practice in all Civil Cases. Marion, Ky. Harris & Shopbell, ARCHITECTS Plan "par. i! for Loth public and i u.Lii s. Oirri'Sondcnce aOllC.l- Cvansville, Indiana METZ & SEDBERRY Barbers. Four Chairs. Bath Room. HOT OR COLD BATH. CHEAP Homeseekers Rates Are on Sale r:'i: & .7c &k..w & (n w. a .. days in Each Month VIA Illinois Central Railroad To Points in the South, Southwest, West and Northwest Round trip ticket, h!irirjr return limit cf 30 day. Stopovt rs at man; point arc permitted on both going and return trio. V can give j ou the lo...

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. — 31 August 1906

WhyMr.GrubVorm Goes on His Back fl Br ANNE V1RC1N1A CULIEUTON (Copyright, by Joseph B. Bowl. ) Odd day lb children bad gun down to the llrtu cabin of Aunt Thro y, and on thli occaeiou Hhe choje to toll them about cruln happening In th affair of Mil' 'Posaum and Mr. Grub worm. "tey wss both of 'em mighty fat fclka." ah brian. "in', Ilk Iota er fat folk, dey wui- right !azy. Dey aln' go nowhere' dey aln' hatter go; Jest tooMy round a ll'l to git der vltt m. an' itay bom de rant er d tltn. w'lle other creel ur dey all time trauesln a' trollopln' up an' down de kyountry to are Wat dey kin tea. an' hear w'at dey kin hear, an' do w'at dey kin do. Ml' 'Poaaum ah atay In a boUer tre an' anongt d time erway. an' Mister Orubwa'am h snuggle down J' b Baf de top er de groun' an' dream "bout d tin be gwlne turn Into a beetle an' ll on top r de groun'." "Oh. Aunt 'Pbrnny, d'i grub-w,rms turn Into beetle. kt on of the children Incredulously. "Tea. elr' dal dey doe1 Dlh yer one w'at I tell 'bout he...

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. — 31 August 1906

LOCAL NEWS Fredonia and Kelsey. V. C. Martin died Sunday Morning at five o'clock, was buried at New Uethtl Monday at eleven o'clock. Fu neral services conducted by Rev. R W. Morehead, of Princeton, assisted by Rev. M. E. Miller, of Kelsey. J. E. Crider and famfly, of Fredonia, and K. E. Cooper aud family, of Hop kinsville, are trying to regain their lost health out at the Hill's Medical Spring and will remain until about the first of October. A boy of Charles Crider got too near the leopard's cage Sunday evening and a leopard grabbed him on the top of his head and cut three ugly gaihes from the back to the front of his head, utterly demolishing his straw hat. Two men came to his rescue and the Keeper struck the leopard with the edge of a plank and made him take in his foot or the bov would have been killed in a very little while. Miss Bertie Guess, of White Sulphur, was visiting in town Monday, and her mother, Mrs. Charles Guess, is spend ng the week with her sister, Mrs. John Rover...

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. — 31 August 1906

LOCAL NEWS Fredonia and Kelsey. W. ( Martin died Sunday Morn ing at five o'clock, was buried at New Bethel Monday at eleven o'clock. Fu neral services conducted by Rev. R. W. Morehead, of Frinceton, assisted by Rev. M. E. Miller, of Kelsey. J. E. (.'rider and family, of Kredonia, and R. E. Cooper aud family, of Hop kinsville, are trying to regain their lost health out at the Hill's Medical Spring and will remain until about the first of October. A boy of Charles Crider got too near the leopard's cage Sunday evening and a leopard grabbed him on the top of his head and cut three ugly gaihes from the back to the front of his head, utterly demolishing his straw hat. Two men came to his rescue and the Keeper struck the leopard with the edge of a plank and made him take in his foot or the bov would have been killed in a very little while. Miss Bertie Guess, of White Sulphur, was visiting in town Monday, and her mother, Mrs. Charles Guess, is spend ng the week with her sister, Mrs. John Ro...

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