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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 7 September 1906

1 mzzuftl. tuutu UME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY SEPT. 7, 1906. NUMBER 9. PS DEAD AT HURRICANE ) Mary Wooten Victim of Heart Disease . A. JAMES DIED MONDAY ;mcj franklin, ot Leilas, Expires i Sunday Alter a Lung Illness oi I Consumption DEATH NEAR CRAYVEVIILE (ll I'm If William MilU l-ettcr nown a Uncle Bud) of the Crayne- (dle neighborhood, died Wcdm-ndiy uminf; Sept. Mh and wu hnried it he CiNikscyville graveyard Thursday, lie wu alxiut aixty-tive yrara cilil anil inn an oli I soldier serving three years V the Civil war. j I Mm. Mary Wiattcn, wife of Mr. J. J Wixit.-n, of near Sheridan, died quite i-iililcnly Mondny at thr Hurricane jiimp ground, w here she had U-en ramp b g and attending the meeting which Ji.iiI l-cn In pnirreM there 'hi' past trti d-iya. The fum-ral tik placr Taiesday V'd th remains were Iniil to rest in the lurncane cemetery. Alra. Witen was a gial rhriatian lioiiian, alwsyr ready to rxti-nd a help- g hand tn the irk and needy, anil will miaard in her comm...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 7 September 1906

ittEHOEtt WtOSf d :e 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY SEPT. 7, 1906. NUMBER 9. ffh '$ DEAD T HURRICANE lary Woolen Victim of Heart Disease I JAMES DIED MONDAY j Franklin, ol Leilas, Expires .aday Alter a Long Illness ol Consumption ' DEATH NEAR C&ANEVILLE Did I'm It) William Mills (better own a Uncle Hud) of the Crayne ,'le neigh lorhood, died Wedncsdiy arning Sept. fit h ami waa bnried at Cookseyville graveyard Thursday, t was about Btx ly-livf years old and s an old soldier serving thre years 1 the Civil war. 0 Mrs. Mary Woolen, wife of Mr. J. ?. Wooten, of near Sheridan, died iuite llddenly Monday at tin- Hurricane mp ground, w here she had lieen ramp V and attending the meeting which I len in rirrt-M there the pant ten 'ays. The funeral took place Tuesday ft I the remains were In id to rest in the lorricane cemetery. Jlr. Wooten was a g christian ft'inan, alwayr ready to extend a help ,y hand to (he nick and needy, and will missed in hrr ciiminimily. i James t. Franklin, son...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 7 September 1906

I MARION Ice & Storage Co. Manufacturers of High Grade Ice Made" From Pure Distilled Water. Our Plant is equipped with the latest improved machinery, and our ice is second to none. 0 Any negligence on the part of our delivery department if re ported to us will be appreciated. Wagon or Country Trade Solicited, p MARION ICE & STORAGE CO. 1 Telephone 300. MARION, KY. KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Session Opens October 1, 1906 Thorough and comprehensive course covering the whole range of the law coriis of instructor and lecturers, capable and distinguished gentlemen of high character same opportunities for Kentucky students at home and at small cost as at the most widely known institutions of America not an empirical de bating society in continuous performance -free privilege of attending the classes of the College of Liberal Arts - free use of General and Law Libraries-opportunities for observing the progress of litigation ami the conduct of attorneys in co...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 7 September 1906

IS A GOOD ROAD? T SOME REAL BARGAINS WHAT A Dlicuulon by Edward X. Parkin ail, and Comment by Editor Country Gentleman. The best roail that bave ever been built were theme constructed by ilie Itoniana ten or nnei'Q centuries bko, and which are to-day almont pi-rfti examples of what roaila should li Thflr roadi bad a width of 30 feet. and pavement of heavy atone at the bottom, and often one or more layer cf stone bedded In cement to make the rtiad waterproof. . The two cuta show the bent type ot ardent Roman romls. It hat been argued that such road would rout too much to build In these cava of hitch waxen. To be mire, the Initial roHt would lie enormously ppater, but the Dual cost would, on the other hnnd, be mm li less. Home of the Human rouils are l.iinO yara old. and are Mill In fair con dition. I will aay, for the sukn ot argument, that a modern marailain ri will Ihm( 20 yearn without bav in to be otennlvely repaired: at the end of rhat lime, however, the roa ll have to be prartl...

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. — 7 September 1906

1 Cl)t Crittenden Record ISSUED WEEKLY. CEO. M. CRIDER. J. FRANK CONGER Editor VERNON OAKLEY. Secy, and Trea. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered u Mcood-clui nutter July 15. 1904. at to pottofllc at Marion, Kj.. under Act of Con- of March t, 1879. NOTICE! i writ in a- to hav your addrena chanffwd always iriv th poit office to which your paper in iro- ing u wall as the poatotflca to which you wiah it aenU Whila our columns are always open for the dls cuwion of any relevant subject, we do not neces sarily Indorse the opinions of contributors. Anonymous letters will not be noticed: therefore correspondents will pleaM five their names not necessarily for publication, but as an evidence of wood faith. TELEPHONE 134 FRIDAY, SEPT. 7 , 1906. BITS OF BYPLAY. The rounder exchanged greetings with Mr. Jesse Olive last Friday in the Court House yard and inquired when he proposed to move. "Move where?" he said. "Move back to Marion of course. Are you not ready to come back home'.'" Jess si...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 7 September 1906

LITTLE RECORDS. F. vfruufCventWt. oefftTolaal Haynes & Taylor. Tetapfi&neGTnjert's for watermelons. The "Hill Spring campers" moved .home last week. W sell you Row cheaper than any ne.-Hicklin jjs. Kbv. Ken Andres visited n Tolu JasKweek. V w i-. . 1 tJT . . I hMFr wn. uawHiuer iihjr new reaay is- wear hats. Url Terry left Monday for Elktoi where he will enter school. . f or irenn mei go w j. w. fens J3on. W. D. CrowelL of Blackford, wu in the city Tuesday. .''"Best sewing machines on thsv-Nears ' Home. Nunn Jf Tucker, 1 was in Robert Lear, of Tolu, the Tuesday. Cold and hot baths a MeU A Sed- I-an Harpending, of Salem was in town Tuesdsy. . , Buy the bejj4neat from J. W. Giv. ens k. " Miss Msrie Ramage left Wednesday for a few days visit at Fredonia. Have you seen Mrs. Cavender'a new full hats? They are beauties. Mr. and Mm. J. W. Gisxlloe returned Tuesday from a visit at Ku'donia. Mrs. Cavemlcr invUT you to cull and see her new fjdTiats. Miss Rebecca Williams i t irioul of...

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. — 7 September 1906

F.W. NUNN, DenNst. Office: Rooms 2 und 4 Jenkins IMilfl. MARION, KY. R. L. MOORE, Atrorney-aNLtiw. Office: Room 10, PostofficeVBMjr MARION, KY. Dr. M. Ravdin, Pra Ike Limited to Diseases and Deficit of Ihc Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat GLASSES TITTED. Suite 1 8 and 17, Arcade Building Evansvillc, ... Indiana MISS 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 Tin::" j -I'purivl fur hoth public ami );i hii- iu lie linur Correspondence nol..V-.-.l Evnvillc, Indiana METZ & SEDBERRY Barbers. Four Chairs. Bath Room. HOT OR COLD 6ATH. CHEAP Homeseekers Rates Are on Sale The First and Third Tues days in Each Month VIA Illinois Central Railroad To Points in the South, Southwest, West and Northwest l.ouni iri tickets, r-e;,rrg rvturn limit of "u iliiv. St uuri tit n iinv point ariiermitto, en l th goii-ir ur. re'urn triii. Wecan give oti the low et rate...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 7 September 1906

hiiHTICllTURE 3UDDING FRUIT TREES. " nVhireln th Prates Differ from drafting Th Proper Way of Dolnf Ut Work. budding differ from grafting Id that cnly a bul with a small piece of bark studied la used la place of the clou. Budding ran be dona with the great ant ueceas towarda the clone of the pe riod of growth, but It ahould not be' delayed until growth haa stopped, a tho the bark of the stock will be D ral ly attache! to the wood, making It dif ficult or Impossible to raise the burk no that tho bud ran be Inserted. 8 toe 1. 1 from one to three years old are boat for budding. The aclon may be cut aa anon aa the buda hare developed on (be new rowlh, generally In July or Auguat. and the leave are rut off so that a little, of the petiole remalna a al 1. A T-hped nit la made In the bark. I'mally the vertical cut la mude first and In making the transversa tut in TIIK MIITIK'ti n :I K (ilAfTINl luMIs (1) I'utllra out thesrlnn. Ci e.-- t.itinK front Hit- bulk. (Jj toady li.r In errlloti lu....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 7 September 1906

LOCAL NEWS Fredonia and Kelsey San. Howerton and family have jnst returned from a visit to relatives in Loan and Muhlenburg counties. Rev. E. R. Overby has returned from Fulton where he held an eight days meeting with good results. Will Neel has been looking after his barn building on his farm near town for several days. When he starts on the road agnin he will make his head quarters in Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. M. A, Millen, of Hampton, were in town Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Johnson are vis iting in Carrsville and will leave on the lath for California. Mrs. Albert Kirk and children, of Leavenworth, Kas., returned home Tuesday. We buy from the best factories, pay cash for all the goods that we receive, keep nothing the best money will buy, and more than any other store in this county. Sam Howerton. If you buy your furs and cloaks from us we will save vou big money, i All our medium priced goods in already. Sam Howerton. This will be our biggest business year. We aim to ke...

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. — 14 September 1906

ittolfleH VOLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY SEPT. 14, 1906. NUMBER 10- 3BOTflflL ' .1 MULES BRING GOOD PRICES A Mule Will Sell In Crittenden County .MONDAY'S SALES LARGE Several Horses Sold at Good Prices Mule Colts Sold from fifty five to Eighty Dollars A UMBEI Of SCATTERING SALES Mul and horn buyers and other were much in evidenc e on Marion streets Monday. All that waa necessary for a I rmli- wasa mi-eting f Mnwra. Ijiynr & lavrll or Henry Rice and the mule or horse owners. Prices mere very stiff. When a mule rolt brings ) the farmer certainly should feel ieaael and should take courage. No lietter barometer of the material welfare of the farming claim of people ran lie mentioned than the price they receive for the products of their farma. Among the many sales ma le Monday Ut we note a few aa follow: Kought ly Ijiyne t travel, of Itinnville, Ky. ne mule from J. K. Marvel f 1 V.m One mule from W.G. Ilillyard, It.".. Ml 'tie mule fr.mW. K. Stewart. MYii One mule from K. it...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 14 September 1906

f i i i ::L 1:1 :1 f i, , r ' : I J . r Il 111 r PRINCETON PRESBYTERY Will Convene Uctober 9, 10 and II, 1006 The Following Is the Program Will Meet With Mt. Carmcl Congre gation In Hopkins Coonty LOW RATES FOR THE JTATE FAIR. Railroads Fix One Fare for Die Round Trip. Many Varied Attractions Pro vided for State Fair, Week September 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22. ! races la the afternoon have been inO i elent for the day at tire Kail "the visi tors can Ami other forms of recreation and amusement in the five theaters in Louisville or at any one of the several park About tlw elly. At Mucauley'n Theater, they can And high class drama, at the Masonic, enjoy a mu sics! lonieily, at the Avenue a thrill melodrama, or at Hopkins', refined ' vaudeville. ' The Breath ot Lite. It's a significant fact thut the strong est animal of its size, the gorilla, also has the largest lungH. Powerful lung's moans powerful creatures. How to keep the breathing organ right should he man's chiefest study. Like thous...

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. — 14 September 1906

OVER $40,000,000 SPENT FOR PT:'. CIOU8 STONES LAST YEAR. Moil of It Got for Diamond Larger Proportion of The in Uncut Stat Than Evr Bcfor I Brought In. SOME REAL BARGAINS Washington. Mum dlnliioii imni.it'-d Into Hi United Slid Int ili'- )hh( Aural year than ure l nrir vaiiw wbb tn.uuu.uuu uiine ih.it nt precedlug year, ablcli for. nifily ln-lil the record, the kciiis Iiii Hirii'il In l!06 being worth $.". O.onu.i' n. In I'm ! tin- totltl Wilt fZli.liOn.Oiin. mil II linn mm Inn than In 1105. while n ij.nl i In- totitl wua only 119,111111.01111. Tli Mai value of all precious iiih- IiijkiiIi-1 IhhI yi-ar wu f IU.2i;.ili. Iii.iiiioiiiIii eceeied all ciIIiit . ni l., m ttniii-, 111 aliio In the rut In nt Helmut M ,. I, III IIDU Al. il IMI.50IVUUI) wiirl h of d:iiiiniii'! in 1 il In ll'ini acre uncut, in I iri i ii'1! for tihfi by the diamond cut Din: "iiiiillnhmi-ni of the I ni m, 1 shlle over 9: 1 noo.oo'l m il-1 nt but not art. There htn 1m 3 a ...w lull atffl.lv groat h In thf lm .r'...

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. — 14 September 1906

OLIVE & WALKER NELL WALKER JESSE OLIVE DEALERS IN Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Farming Implements :MARION, KENTUCKY: If We Have Bought the Hina & Cox Stock of Hardware and Will Continue in Business at the Old Stand, and will keep Everything Found in a First-Class Hardware Store GET OUR PRICES ON Tennessee Wagons Coquillard Wagons Delker Buggies Ames Buggies Empire Wheat Drills American Field fence Plows, Harrows, Rakes Cultivators KENTUCKY DELIGHT Stoves and Ranges DAVID B. MOORE Salesman 1 tbz Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. Editor CEO. M. CRIDER, I J. FRANK CONGER, i VERNON OAKLEY. Secy, and Treas. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. The Record differs distinctly and is distinctively different from other papers in that all the news is found in its columns. The suliscription list of The CRIT TENDEN Record is growing at a very gratifying rate. The management is certainly well pleased anil desires to make acknowledgements to the many u .OTuvifiu. nutter Jul 16. 1904. t new suDsc...

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. — 21 September 1906

I rent IttEEEEE )LUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY SEPT. 21, 1906. NUMBER 11. pre CAL OPTION BE HELD ) Citizens Will Determine Be Sold in Crittenden County on the Above Date ECIAL REGISTRATION t'KITTKNI'KN ColNTY Col HT. fculur Septrmlier term, Vjm't, Mon- S.-I't. !'.', lion. W. A. Black- J udif r Freaiiliiig. A. A4mi, J. F. Adams, J. C. r. T. It. C.ichran. T. C, Yan.l. II, farrick. G. W. ArnVk. K. O. Ik. J. M. MeChesney, W.F. W.axl G. S. J a men. O. S. WixkIomI.k, J. Conger. 1 P. Bans, . L M.a.re, wiener. I. j. ( ameron, w. r. . Jsmes K. Glass, G. J. Green, Yancey, J. K. K.x. J' M. Alii ('. Branham. T. K. Grillith, (;. Mh, F.. It. Stephenson, I. II. it' I- K. Guess. J. A. Hammond. j K..M.. It. II. Fnl. E. L Nunn, f Sullivan. F. J. HlMrk. J. It. Sum B W. T. Manlcy. W. F. Sum lie. D. s. iiii. w. m; Kni.i.. g. r J. M. Walker. J. M. I.n I K. Hill and othci rs vs. cxiurtc: t. 1-1 .: I ...... . . '. i I Kcntuck ' '"l f. n ur y. I iis day came the alaive named T , . . ; I :"" !'ver ot...

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. — 21 September 1906

(nirnitih1' DIE EHEEE LoLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY SEPT. 21, 1906. NUMBER 11. OCAL OPTION ELECTION TO BE HELD DECEMBER 7, 1906 lie Citizens Will Determine Whether Intoxicants Shall Be Sold In Crittenden County on the Above Date JSPECIAL REGISTRATION I CITTKMUCN Cul Nrr Col KT. i i,., 1...; ii .... ! '"-I - ........ ,. H. v., H.-ii. W. A. Black-1 ,,. jj.lKrrmi.lmK. ! W A Adams.J. F. Adams. J. (-. r ,, r. T. II. (Vhran. T. C, Yan.loll, j 1 urri.'k, G. W. Arflack. K. O U. J. M. MH'hesnev. W.F. W.xxl- I 1. S. James, O. S. WiNxIxldcS, J. i v longer. P. P. Paris. K. I.. M.x.re, 11 Waker. T. J. Canter.. W. T. m m -.,,v. j. k. Fox. j m ah,. . . C Ilr.nham. T. E. Griffith. (J. -.rath, J" R. Stephenson. . I.. K. Guess, J. A. Hammond, V F..M..K. II. Ford. E L. Nurtn 1 v . W. T. Maiih-y. W. F. Sum. u. . . I. S. Itahh. W. M. Hnl.l.. C. I -T.H. J. M. Walker. J. M. D.an ' I. k Hill mul t hern vs. exparte: !.r for F-l.1-t.on Ul..ler l,-al 'pt.on 1 . . ,r " ' l"i-.nct. ..i,l,. n Im-, . r....

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. — 21 September 1906

I t ... c iiui mo uKure wun you on your con I i r n I 1 CRITTENDEN COUNTY I II TEACHERS INSTITUTE U To Be Held in Marion, Ky., October 15-19, 1906 - An Interesting Program MONDAY MOUSING. A' Opening Exercises. 10:(Kt Organization. 10:30 Superintendent's Remarks. Opening remarks 1 y Jhe Intruetor. 11:W Primary Work, Mrs. Fannie Walker. 12:(HI Noontide. MONDAY AFTERNOON. 1:!KI How to teach spelling, Miss Emma Terry. Rules for spelling, Miss Nellie Rostun. Word study. J. F. Price. 3:00 Recess. 1:15 Reading, Miss Mamie Henry. (a) Preparation of the lesson. Miss Iva Hicklin. (h) Ends to lie accomplished, J. E. Pilaut. (c) Sources of failure. Misses Lena Terry and Pearl Waddell. TUESDAY MORNING. 9:00 Opening Exercises. 9:15 IjinKuae Lessons, Miss Florence Harris. (a) Oral lessons with objects. Miss Carolyn Harris. (I) Copying ami paraphrasing. Miss Mattel Wilson. 10:.' Reces. 10:45 Grammar, Mis Maggie Moore. (a) Infla tion, Mi.- Ada Hill. (b) Parsing, it uses ami abuse, J. R. McN.fly.' (c...

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