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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 20 August 1908

SiS b V w SiBEmw SCRATCH! is gW WS i IS Iv w -'' : and the more you scratch the more you itch. Your skin is on fire your lips and mouth arc dry with the agony of it your constant SCRATCHlNGlvoU c n t put out the fiie with your finger nails. Litteil's Liquid Sulphur Stops Itching Instantly And o( ih wonderful penetrating and germicidal qualities comes in direct contact with and kills the germ that causes the disease. Xpositrw cure for any skin disease on earth Eczema, Psoriasis, Tetter, Shingles, Acne, Ringworm, Barber's Itch, Itch, Poison Oak.Iw Poison, Hives, Pimples, Boils and Carbuncles, Sunburn. Prickly Heat, Bites and Stings of Insects, Cuts, Bums and Scalds, Erysipelas, all diseases of the skin or scalp v, hethcr caused by heredity, contagion, weather, accident, chafing or impure blood. A Sample bottle sent postpaid to any address for 1 0c. in stamps. Ample to prOVC to you the curative value of LittelTs Liquid Sulphur in all skin troubles. 31 Company North 2nd Street St. Lvais...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 20 August 1908

bv f y xye, Ear, Nose and Throat, io fc Miss Nell Walker STENOGRAPHER and Notary Public Office with Blue & Nunn. Dr. M. Ravdin, l'rautico Limited Diseases and Defects of the t Ichcl Block Cor. 3rd mid Main li lassos titled. For Sore Feel 'I have found Hucklon's Arnica alvi to b th -proper tiling to use for Mire feot. m well ns for healing burns, Hunt, euta. and nil mnnnur of write. Mr, W Storio, of Knst I''Imiu1. Main It m the proper thig t. for pile. Try it' Sold under guarantee nt ILiyncs A. I'uylor's and Jan. II. Orme's drug store 25 conta. LEPHONE mo Switchboards 4WO l.tti block of Kleeule l.libl Slrtet Rillwsr tod Tdaphoo Soppli CooiUDllr oo lUod. Don't fail to send for latost Catalog uo No. 7. Jas. Clark Jr, Electric Co. (Incorporated) 313 W Main t. Louisvillo,Ky Excellent Health Advice. Mr. M. M. Dnvidson, of No. 379 C'hirord Ave,, Snn Jose, Cal., sayH: "The worth of Electric Hitters ns a general family remedy, for headache, Inhousness nnd torpor of tho liver and bowels i...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 20 August 1908

i. 1 r U fr1 rp; "'-th r'v J M XXaX iA A .A. A. Jfr. Jfr -- - -&- &. .A. Jfc. . TTTTTTittTtTTTttTTT tt A comparison of prices will convince you, that we are offering you some real bargains s GENUINE DELKER BUGGIES AND SURR1ES ARE THE BEST MADE. If you want a vehicle for service as well as pleasure, always by a Genuine Delker. For more than Forty Years these Buggies and Surries have been the Standard of Exellence. Examine one of these Buggies and compare it with others; The Buggy makes the name, not the name makes the buggy. Look for the NAME PLATE. The wagon season is now here and as usual, we ire prepared to furnish you the best wagon on the market, and at same price of cheaper ones. We have the CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER WAGON IN ALL SIZES, For Strength, Durability, Safety and Utility, it cannot be surpassed. Don't take our word for it, but come in and be convinced that our statements are true by making an examination for yourself. Main Street. SPORTNG '.m.m - 44 - 4 - 4 - c - ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 August 1908

-fl ?zr i-"" $ - -. - p i i - V-1 n -V. it fetf iif c w iermrli VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY AUG. 27, 1908. NUMBER 13 ti fcf THE INVINCIBLES . ARE AT LAST CONQUERED Marion Defeats Morganfield In Two Great Games-Gas- sage and Runyan Stars-Marions are Champions of Western Kentucky. MARION AfrHVANSVIILE WILL PLAY SEPTEMBER NINTH. Opt. T&ylor Tim Kecler Warner fillwii' mi tt ' ihr li-ht withdrawn Willi ll lliKV III' WHIP. I ihny from hi grwy haii gone ' I'm '"eer more, 1. Jr him iHt llii" tempter laith . A glim fur ,11) . , . , V I pUfTflgfrtiuS Hot itrn mid wrath, Iteflt hi, full. lit lx. t Km1 land. Once proud of llllll, lli)ill lltin now, r brawl with lmiHc hi llui brow Hut it Mill'. in-tend. Kiwin l lake. V IninrHt. a far tli ihul. In moke. I l-ii wy the levenMH" nf M day I'o hi dead fame; .Walk backward with averted gam. And hble 11k iiliii hm. I fin ilnl tin- fttml Whittier lu.lienl ' full iif Darnel Wb"tel iMHite idxty ..u ni;, hiiI today that mime orrrw pi.- i...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 August 1908

rrw -!. I- MV w ,rfw(r4 t - MrHrlaF'f!Krr"'"' - ' - 2 V i. I 'i ft .J, I?'' MECTIIT OF F. L AND C. U. OF A. OFFICIALS. Notional Officers: C. S. Barrett, Pres., Union City, Ga. J. E. Montgomery, V-Pres, Gleaneon, Texas. R. H. McCulloch, Sec. and Treas., Bcbee, Ark Executive Committee: W. A. Morris, Chairman, Sulltgent: Ala;'T. M. Jeftods, Soc., Elgin, Okla, W. S. Miller, Lake Creek, Texas; I. NI McColusteb, Many, La. ; S. L. Willson, Eden, Mississippi. State Officers. R. L. Baknett, Sec, and Treus., and Stnto Organizer, Paducah, Ky. Connty Officers: Rev. Robert Johnson, Pres..Tolu, Ky W. H. Brown, V-Pres., Salem, Ky. Guy P. Gaifiith, Sec. and Treas, Marion R. F. D. No. 3. County Executive Committee: Chas. W. Fox. D. N. Riley. Ed. Flanary, E. J. Travis and J no. County Business Ag't: Eugene Guess, Toiu, K entucky. CHAS. 0. POGUE, Editor, Marion, R. F. D. No. 2. The Crittknijkn ReoorijI'p.kss will be sent to any address, the rent of the year for only 30 cents, provided all arrears are ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 August 1908

Ik I '1 r I Ijx pfeirf Ptniiut turn: AMERICAN SOCIETY OP EQUITY OF NORTH AMERICA. National Officers: C. M. BAHNbrr, Prea. Indlanapolla Ind. L. N. Statts, Vice-Pres Trenton. 111. O. D. Pauley, Scc&Trcas Indranapolis. Statu Officers: J. C. Cantuill., Georgetown, Ky. S. B. Roiikton, Sec. Calhoun, Ky. County Officers: A. P. Wolfe, Iron, Hill, Pros. W. E. Smith, Repton, Ky., Sec. MARION P. POGUE, Editou. To farmeri any thoir fricudu: 'While tho object or theso columns primarily to advance tho causo of the Society or Kuity, by promulgating itK principles and recording its wonderful work in Htato nud. nation, in cuudensed rorai, wo shall bo Ud to reccjvc contribulionH from our friends overywhero relative to the farmer and his interests, no matter to what organization you may belong. All such communications Mhould be addressed to mo, Prodonia, Ky., U. V. D. No. ii. Such communications must be signed tn full by tho writer, besides tho no in do plume, if nn, Thk KoiTon. ENCOURAGING REPORT...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 August 1908

4. "" & Pl' u ft i j, i IBS' jE fclf jr SJl Vk , IC "HC Hlfr "3jiC5 New Fall Goods ARRIVING DAILY we have NEW FALL GINGHAMS NEW WOOL AvN DRESS SHOES For All People THE BEST KIND For THE LEAST PRICE We're Emptying Our Store FOR FALL STOCKS Cf)C Cn'ttCnbcn CieCOrb'PreSS 30ih j ear, Circulatien 4 000 S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered as second-class matter February 5th. 1907 at the poitoffice at Marion. Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March STRICTLY CASH IX ADVANCE. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Single coplei mailed oj 1 month mailed to any address j I months " 75 1 year ... 1, so 4 years ... s 00 Obituary charges, Twenty hoes free if subjects family are subscribers. If not sent in 'by a subscriber, 5 cents a line for each line. To regular subscribers a cents a line for all over twenty iioee. In each and every case, cash to accompany the copy, no exception? THURSDAY, AUG 27, 1908. "No Friend Like the Old Friend." The vibit this year of many former Marionites to the city an...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 August 1908

w i f T. b t much joy. - t -IS . T Ty " &'' ft LOOK ! Only a rew We must make C (H III VVI!ILK bLUIIMIU dim g you can save nice money RIGHT NOW Cj You k now what Toake advantane of the extremely reduced prices on Summer Goods. Many things have been entirely closed out since we reduced the price, and what is now left, will be closed out in the next two weeks. Don't Wait, bul come quick. Many have taken advantage of the cut Prieces in our DRESS GOODS LIME. Several lots have been closed out but uc HAVE Included some other patterns. LOOK ! Voil 75c. 25c Lawn Voile 75c. 15c " " " " 50c, 12c Tissue 35c, 7 1-2 " Organdy 20c. TAYLOR FOR RKNT A new residence of rooms on Main Street. C. 1'. Noodle. Mrs. C. 11. Anderson and children who were the guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. ' L. Staton left Thursday for their home in Webster county. Ohio Valley Collcgo at Sturgis will have nine instructors in her faculty and will opon October 1st. Miss Virgiuia Nunn who visited laft week in Hardwe...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 August 1908

) JiX fat i mmm"mMMBET aN. A VOTE FOR TRUSTS 19 LOT CAST PRESIDENT. HlotusytfrslW IMi AWsBred fatty Oaarnxd (a Post, WW protscOoo fSS) beua amtjoeed upon tho AmcrfBacrtrfb by a act of J poUOcal charlatan wcasradbT the sutao or Rnptoipm4a "ftiimiHiiu ism ban hod a fair MM boA has at j last broken down of ft, osato ssght ' Tho Republican patty that tmune obatMM by t&ta 3ovtl erf ftveod has son) cd far ass to dwcaaro Out, produces prosperity, and yet the woette were hardly out of tts month betar tariff protection wb helping to jiroduce the causes that eliminated in ft panic from which tho country is still Buffering. There Is no truo principle or science In protection, but it stands tor that In- fernal Republican dootrino that the t few shall profit at tho exponeo of the many. Under protectionism the class Is subsidised at tho ex-pens of other classics, and very natnruJly begot monopolies which we call trusts. Foreign competition is 'warded off by high Import duties, so ithat Instea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 August 1908

itrt A - ,ff -.- s ;v S J Wt ti V !! ' HWWi SEtafroETiaiiMJa ii i 3TTT w THE DEMOCRATIC BTRADDUL Radical WHIlam IS NOT A "NEW ERA" DEMOCRATIC CLAIM TO REFORM EXPLODED. By Act of a Republican Cowgreea, Recommended by a Republican Pre-dent, Corporate Contribution Ware Forbidden. The effort to make u pivotal campaign ImUc out of campaign contributions goea cxi merrily Let us be fair and udmlt Hut Mr Brnn aivd his running inaUj seem to Ik- looming abend by the protHMltkm to exclude all campaign cojitrilwtlon aUrve IIO.OOO and to publish aJI btwiMi Unit aum and IIOO election Vol Ikiw easily that txtnm provision can b evador ihijiK that wmie foil pluto crnt witihea to enrich the Hrvan cam jiUgu fund by $2.00 What Is to hinder him from ordering hla clerks to mix) It In five hundred ports with i.a k'k c ulUM from tin' enroll n.cr.t fr the votliiK llsta Further tl Bryan advance on this jxiljit nf game la ovendimlowed by n slip ulilth that K'iillHinnii haa rand" on h subject of onnnvalis'i) c...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 27 August 1908

' ,. ws jttf -? J A 77ft . H . f - b ' r jffl '. 3 H"H 4 ? 4 4 4 4 l"M"MH'KlM"llIMllH"i"I'M''t" A comparison of prices will convince you, that we are offering you some real bargains J 3j v GENUINE DELKER BUGGIES AND SURRIES ARE THE BEST MADE. If you want a vehicle for service as well as pleasure, always by a Genuine Delker. For more than Forty Years these Bugpies and Slurries have been the Standard of Exellence. Examine one of these Buggies and compare it with others. The Buggy makes the name, not the name makes the buggy. Look for the NAME PLATE. l ; i ' 1 v J tit wiuiw M&Siimfw The wagon season is now here anil as usual, we are prepared to furnish you the best wagon on the market, and at same price of cheaper ones. We have the CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER WAGON IN ALL SIZES. For Strength, Durability, Safety and Utility, it cannot be surpassed. Don't take our word for it, but come in and be convinced that our statements are true by making an examination for yourself. Main Street. NEW ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 September 1908

jrm'i' av -4 fjr" kvv3 gtrififeniiett' fatmbJRtot& fl VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY SEPT. 3, 1908. NUMBER 14 .m RUSSELLVILLE DEFEATS MARION Champions of Eastern and Western Kentucky Lock Horns In Two Hotly Contested Games. RUSSELLVILLE IS NOW CHAM. PION AMETUEKS OF KENTUCKY 'Tin Iruu, 'tin pity , 'lis pity, 'tia true." Thoy came, they saw, they conquered and our only ooiiholation it that they eonquurcd every where clue that they oauio and saw. After overwhelming Madlsonvillo and while preparing to pull oH the mmo Miint at Princeton, the Russolvillo bacball nine, aniatuor champion of Kentucky, if you ploiuo, piicd long enough in our own hustling city to inflict two painful wounds on the l.calthly record held by our heroes. They did it in a moo, easy, gentlemanly way, loo, a if it was their habit to porforni in the rolo of pride-humbler every day in the week with-ml undue hasto or extraordinary exertion, without nialioo aforethought r felonious intent, thoy gently an...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 September 1908

M' r t 1 .. h 4 r If "-V TJtJ -P"". 'Srj. J- UWJ i ' ? .jp"' iiAMiE52 " - j ., .uj'.t ..fl3r. ,..., g . ,..fA.:yri:aiftTn AfcMWKiAttS 3&$fe: SsWwipW IIECTOHY OF F. L AMU C. U. OF A. OFFICIALS. Notional Officers: C. S. Barrett, Pres., Union City, Ga. J. E. Montgomery, Gloanson, Texas. R. H. McCulloch, Sec. and Treas., Bebee, Ark Executive Committee: W. A. Morris, Chairman. Sulligent: Ala; T. M. Jeftods, Sec., Elgin, Okla, W. S. Miller, Lake Creek, Texas; I. N. McColusteb, Many, La.i S. L. Willson, Eden, Mississippi. State Officers: R. L. Barnett, Sec, and Treas., and State Organizer, Paducah, Ky. Conntv Officers: Rev. Robert Johnson, Pres., Tolu, Ky W. H. Brown, V-Pres., Salem, Ky. Guy P. Gaifiith, Sec. and Trees, Marion R. F. D. No. 3. County Executive Committee: Chas. W. Fox. D. N. Riley, En. Flanary, E. J. Travis and Jno. County Business Ap't: Eugene Guess, Tolu, Kentucky. CHAS. 0. POGUE, Editor, Marion, R. F. D. No. 2. The power of an army depends on the dccipline. the patrio...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 September 1908

u )v 'I ... h rfE w ; 1 r MLLM s i-K" mffS!zLst y t M yaiW(, 'irJ(jjiiy r UM-4-" m i U r? lU r iiif T' -V i:)!.if- "'P'Sh7T rfwr'ty! HKaawjijiryityin'w HECTOIY OF F. E. ANU C. U. OF A. OFFICIALS. Notional Officers: C. S. Barrett, Pres., Union City, Ga. J. E. Montgomery, V-Pres, Gloanson, Texas. R. H. McCulloch, Sec. and Trcas., Bebee, Ark Executive Committee: W. A. Morris, Chairman, Sulligent: Ala; T. M. Jeftods, Sec., EIrin, Okla, W. S. Miller, Lake Creek, Texas j I. N. McColuster, Many, La. S. L. Willson, Eden, Mississippi. State Officers: R. L. Barnett, Sec, and Treas., and State Organizer, Paducah, Ky. Connty Officers: Rev. Robert Johnson, Prcs.,Tolu, Ky W. H. Brown, V-Pres., Salem, Ky. Guv P. Gaiffith, Sec. and Troas, Marion R. F. D. No. 3. County Executive Committee: Chas. W. Fox. D. N. Riley. Ed. Flanary, E. J. Travis and J no. County Business Ag't: Eugene Guess, Tolu, Kentucky. CHAS. 0. POGUE, Editor, Marion, R. F. D. No. 2. The power of an army depends on the dccipline. the...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 September 1908

x . V ff EfDITY EIIT6IIAL COLUMN. AMERICAN SOCIETY OP EQUITY OF NORTH AMERICA. National Officers: C. M. Uaknett, Pres. Indianapolis Ind. L. N. Statts, Trenton. 111. O. D. Pauley, Sec&Tn&6.Indianapoli8. SUto Officers: J. C. Caktrill, Georgetown, Ky. S. D. Roiieiiton, Sec. Calhoun, Ky. County Olliecrs: A. F. Wolfe, Iron Hill, Pres. W. E. Smith, Repton, Ky., Sec. MARION F. POGUE, Editok. To . farmers and their frioudn: Whilo tho object of these columns primarily to adranco tho causo of tho Sooicty of Equity, by promulgating its principles and recording its wonderful work In state and nation, in condensed form, wo ahall be glad to rccoivo contributions from our friends everywhere relative to the farmer and his interests, no matter to what organization you may belong. All such communications should be addrossed to me, Frcdonia, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2. Buch communications must bo signed in full by the writer, besides tho noni do plumo, if any. The Kditou. The tobaceo situation in th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 September 1908

ST -99. Jy EQDITY EDITORIAL COLUMN. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY OF NORTH AMERICA. National Officers: C. M. Uaiinett, Prcs. Indianapolis Ind. L. N. Statts, Tronton, III. O. D. Pauley, Sec&Tr&fl.Indianapolia. State Officers: J. C. Caktrill, Georgetown, Ky. S. D. RouciiTON, Sec. Calhoun, Ky. County Olljecra: A. P. Wolfe, Iron Hill. Pres. W. E. Smith, Repton, Ky., Sec. MARION F. POGUE, Editor. 'To . farmers and their frionds: Whilo the object of these columns primarily to advance tho causo of the Society of Equity, by promulgating its principles and recording its wonderful work In atato and nation, in condensed form, wo shall bo glad to rccoivo contributions from our friends everywhere relative to the farmer and his interests, no matter to what organization you may belong. All Much communications should bo addrosscd to me, I'rcdonia, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2, Such communications must be signed in full by the writer, bosides tho nom do plumo, if any. ' Tiik KuiTon. The tobacco situati...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 September 1908

f i A N i t - -'- Erf NEW We have MEN'S WALK-OVER SHOES. LADIES K. D. CUSTOM SHOES School Shoes in TANS-BLACKS-PATENTS With QUALITY-SNAP STYLE RIGHT PRICE FALL GINGHAMS FALL WOOL GOODS MMMMfii STfte aEritttnben Ctceorb'PrcSS 30th year, Circulatien 4,003. S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered as matter gtb. 1907 attbe postotSce at Marlon, Kentucky under tbe Act of Coneress 0! March 3, i5r? ETRICTLT CASH IN ADVANCE. TERMS OH SUBSCRIPTION Single copies mailed i month mailed to any address i months " , t year ' " , " " " 4 rears -. 05 .. U .. 75 X.50 500 Obituary charges, Twenty lines free if subjects family are subscribers. If not sent in by a subscriber, 5 cents a line for each line To regular subscribers b cents a line for all over twenty linos. In each and every case, cash to ac company the copy, no exceptions. THURSDAY, Sept. 3, 190S. NOTICE. To my friends and patrons. I asked you thru the Record-Press to come and settle your accounts with me. as I had obligations to meet, bu...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 September 1908

K t . $6.50 hat $3.25, 6.00 " 3.00, 5.00 " 2.50 New Line of Fall Gingham. Jus the thing For School Dress And the prettiest pattern we have euer seen. & CANNAN Ink, mucilcgc, pens Fobs. Mrs. H II Sayrc and children loft Tuesday for New Orleans where they will spend the winter, Mr. Sayre is now located at Ardmore I. T., to which place the family will move in the spring. LOST Bet weou and T. A. Harpcndings a lady's gold watch with leather fob. Any information regarding same will be thankfully received and rewarded by Mhs Carrie HARPEXbiNn, Salem, Ky. Dr. J. W. Crawford and his good wife of Blandvillc, Ky., who visited relatives hero last week left for Carrs-ville Tuosday to visit his only sister Mrs. Brouster. They will probably retnrn here to take the train for home as the river is too low for the thru boats to run. Their friends are always glad to see them. Mrs Lola Davidson and son, Archie have returned from the markets where they wont about ten days ago. Mrs. Davidson selected ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 September 1908

I r ii way ho had the first, But something taken place and all was in an uproar. Then Augustus said alls over no moro stealing bases around Frankfort. I stood bewildered tor a moment and remembering I had been out late turned to a man or boy rather who was cross legged and pouring soma saw dust out of a small sack into a piece of paper which I knew belonged to Derrick Van Bummel, tho school maBter, a drapper learned little man. Through kinder bilious looking, ho could spell and read farcly well. When this boy taken a sotuothing out of his pocket and proccded to burn up this valuable paper, I could not refrain from making some inquiry about my friend Derrick Van Bummel he said he did'nt know a man by that name in these diggins. He said ho had heard it said that our storekeeper and used to go by that name but since he had raised so fast in politics ho was called by the name of our county seat (Marion). When I looked so surprised, be came closer and beg I ged to explain the past until ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 September 1908

V The Markets TTTTTTTTTWTTvTTTTTTTTTVTt -LIVE STOCK. Louiavilo, Ky., Aug 31 Catto market sternly and fnirly active. Steers. Good to choice export $ G.7Gu 0.00 Fair to good shipping 5.00 a .GO Good to choico huteherH .. fi.G0aG.85 Medium to good butchers.. 1.00 a -1.50 vjUood to choico itockers .. 3. GO u -1.00 fMedium to Rood Blockers . 3.00 a 3.2G Common to medlun Blockers 2.G0a3.2G Heifers. Good to choice butchers. . 4. 7G Medium to good butchers 3.7G a 4.525 Common to medium .... 3.00 a 3.G0 Good to choice stock urn . 3.00 u 3.G0 Common to medium stocker- crs J.GC a 3.0 Hulls. Good to choice butchers 3.75 a 1.00 Medium to good butchers 3.2A a 350 Fair to good Iwlognn 3.00 a 3.35 Common 2. GO a 3.00 Cows. Cv Good to choice butchers .4.00 a 4.25 Medium to good butchers 3.25 a 3.75 Common to medium butchers 2. 7G a 3.25 Dinner and cutrers . .l.GOa2.G0 Milch Cows. Good to choico milchers 10.00 a 15.00 Medium to good milchers 30.00 a 37.50 Common to plain milchers 1 fi.00 a 25.0 Calve...

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