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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 21 September 1906

BANKH FOR THE PHILIPPINES. Sunday School every Sunday at 9:30 a. w m w ' a s.9 arSaV7Ais : """""j acnuoi every hunuay at y:.iu a. I mnnmmmmmmmmmnBmmmmmmmtammmmmmmim I pcital Saving- Inttltutloni Ettab liihcd by Government. W.i,lilnt!icn The Philippine in j.Moii lilt oaliibllahed In I Ik- Ixlau a ikImJ mivlnuri bank fvulcin uui' ' jlriMin i'f department of cuiii i;.enf mill labor. II art i( May 2i. win riTelved at Ihe bmvau .f insular HfTnlii of the war tlfiiartiiiwit .cr.v illriH'tx Ihe Immediate creation huvIiik banka la IbeelilfH nf ., Hollo aud Cfbii. aud Cm ... ..; hie ii-Ium n( tit ayalem ( the oilier clti, k. town anil vlllagea. Iif I three oltaer rlaaac of bonk , luilioiui'il. the Drat may roti-lv ih ,h 1 1 m In any amooat, eat nun In ex ,, of l,UiH lmm, or I'-flO, ahull not li.-.ir IntiTi'Kt. Vartoiia limitation are :miimiI iixa ilToHlia ami wiitiiliaw ! In I In- mo-ociil and thlril i Ihmhch of ,miU. In the third rlaaa uVhiIi Hrr ,, u- inaile entirely throiiKh the :, cliuin ...

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. — 21 September 1906

I OLIVE & WR JESSE OLIVE DEALERS IN NELL WALKER I Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Farming Implements MARION, KENTUCKY 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 Pence Plows,' Harrows, Rakes Cultivators KENTUCKY DELIGHT Stoves and Ranges DAVID B. MOORE Salesman Ok Crittenden Record ISSUED WEEKLY. CEO. M. CRIDER, J. FRANK CONGER, Editors VERNON. OAKLEY. Secy, and Tret. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enteral u iccnod-claM matter July 15, 1H t Um postofflceat Marian. Kr., under Act of Con trass of March S. litT. NOTICE! !t i writing to have jrnur nldmu chant!, always give the imwI- otficr In whrfh your iairr - fritf u well a th (MMlirfhrc to which you wih it While our column ait alwaya open fur the iii ruMHin of any relevant auhjert, we do not nerr aaril...

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. — 21 September 1906

LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn, Dentist. Coco Cola at Hayne & Taylor. Telcphona Gilbert' for watermelons. For fresh meat go to J. W. Given & Son. Rev. J. K. Trice loft Monday for Princeton. Buy the btxt meat from J. W. (iiv. ens 4 Son. Mix Clara Pogue, of Frances, enter e.l school Monday. Mm. Cavender hat her new ready to wear haU. Eugene UueM, of Tolu. wan in the city Monday. . Wood A Orme can furniiih vou lawks, Ubleti, slates and etc. Foster Brown, of Tolu, entered school here Monday. We sell yoo flour cheaper than any one. Hicklin Ilroa. J. S. McMurray, of Kepton, was in the city Friday. Wanted.-Girl school Ixiarder. Mrs. M. A. Perry. Minn hit kir Itankin, of Kepton, wax in the city Friday. Have you seen Mr. Cavendcr's new fall hat? They are hcautie. (Vileman Hayne erit Thursday and Friday of laat week in l.iinan. Mm (J. II. ('rider, of Crayneville, in the city Friday, shopping. Kent sewing machine on the Near llnm. Nunn & Tucker. Mr. and Mr. Sam ( arnalian apent iiiilay...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 21 September 1906

F.W. NUNN, Dentist. Officet Rooms 2 and 4 Jenkins Bldfl. MARION, KY. R. L. MOORE, Attorney-at-Law. Office: Room 10, Postofiice Blclg. MARION, KY. Dr. M. Ravdin, Practice Limited to Diseases nil Defect of Ihe Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat GLASSES PITTED. Suite l6ond 17, An edc building Evansville, ... 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. j Harris & Shopbell, ARCHITECTS j Plans preppred for both public and rrivate building. Correspondence i Solicited I Nervous Worn-Out If you are in this condition, your nerve force is weak the power is giving out, the or gans of your body have "slowed up," and do their work imperfectly. This failure to do the work required, clogs the system and brings distress and disease. When the nerves are weak the heart is unable to force the life-giving blood through your veins; the stom ach fails to digest food; the kidneys lack power ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 21 September 1906

KENTUCKY'S FAIR A BIGJUCCESS. Exhibition To Be Held Next Week at Louisville. Opna September 1 7 and Closet Night of September 22. Trotting and Running Racei Every Day. Premiums and Punei Amount to More Win I2S.000- Band Concert! n j Scores of Other Attraction Vl itors Will bo Well Entertained. Kvoiytliltiu Ih In nuiliiHKB i'M fair. whh li will U ii nv a! Lntliavllle. '1 ln tii'i'ini, r.-ii ' minted ami put In for tli i Mot i li:( in l tie I m 1 . t- Jk I) It 1 1 1 n nil- l.iilf i v I , ii, luii'il Hi tlii'ir r ).' r num-vr; I' ' 1 1 1 1 ; i hid f) lilt Ic i.- a..- ,: ,. ,. ik i .i 1 to ami ir i in' it i iii k ii-., .. ii .:' il. Slid . !' I, :: Ii r I ; H'tlC III" (tf.ltlM-t I'hII rill Ul III In ,M;i e o keliln, k t In iii.iiiv r.' ill 1 iili Hill '. r a . :: :; . ! win It ' h ,.i, a. J i. , y . ;in ill e i-.'Idem e nt 'III- RI'Mt al 11.4' bus I "e.i uiaili li Kin'ii I) j i ; : i. ; i vi . ali i v-1 : : Pi,o : i h i .i"i ' i t', t, .ir il t ' e i f l"i. i II pr t 4.l'l 4l1.e ot Hill...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 21 September 1906

ft (i I flPAl NFUK The Continued Story LUlsilL llLflJ . of Current Events Shady Grove. Dr. W. C. Kemp ami wife, of Web ster county, paid the Doctor's grand mother, Mrs. Margaret Towery, a pleasant call Monday. Dr. Kemp has a good location and may he do well, is the wish of the correspondent. S. C. Towery went to Cresswell Monday morning on business. Owen Fox, ot Providence, was in town Monday. Esq. T. C. Narsh was in Providence Tuesday. Narsh and Darns are do ing a fine business at this place. John Wilson, of Princeton, is the guest of friends in this community. Robert E. Towery wa9 at Iron Hill Tuesday. We had a fine rain Tuesday. Warner Boyd, Joseph Cardwell, John Clayton and Jame Easley were in Ma-v. rion Monday. Joseph N. Dean, of Iron Hill, accom panied by his family, attended church here Tuesday night. Mr. Dean is doing a splendid mercantile business at that place. Dr. Jeff McConnell was at Iron Hill "Thursday Albert Horning and mother, of Web ster county, were the guests of G...

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. — 28 September 1906

ittenufeE Jtoof fl 3E Volume 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., SEPT. 28, 1906. NUMBER 12. STRIP NDUSTRY TO BEREVIVEB Alter Three Years of Total Suspension SORE WORK FOR MORE HELP 'usitlun ol American Society ol Iqiilty to Determine Quantity ul (irecn River Strips YW HOISLS KILL GET BISY ' I.cmI toharro market in very .w. although it U early in the sea i , nl pr paration are lcing made ', i iwenshoro toharro di aler fur the Jr,.i;iiK nf strip for the English mar- :. a brsnrh of buainca which fur tii- year pant ha been dead on ar- irit 1 the prohibitive duty whirl) was . e l on this class of toiiarco by the r i.-h government says the Owens . r,, Minnrnitirr. Hut thia duty W4 re--4;.. I tin spring and American atrijm re allowed to com under the old terms r a fraction higher. hili- local toliarro mm aay it is still xr'y tomske any dr-eux n aa to putting r 1 . it la mor than probable that .r. limine in the city will be occupied . 1 lima of toliarro. Many house li dmde the croja in a!nja...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 September 1906

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. Ravdin, Practice Limited to Diseases and Defect of Ihc Eye, Ear, Ifose & Throat CLASSES riTTED. Suite 16 and 1 7, Arcade Building Cvansvllle, ... 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. Harris & Shopbell, ARCHITECTS I'lans prepared for Uth public and private buildings. Curresandence solicited Cvan.ivlllc, Indiana METZ & SEDBERRY Barbers. Four Chairs. . Bath Room. HOT Ok COLD BATH. CHEAP Homeseekers Rates Are on Sale The First and Third Tues days in Each Month VIA Illinois Centra Railroad To Points in the South. Southwest, West and Northwest KourdJ trip tickets, bearing return limit of 3o days. Stopovers at ninny point ar (jiermitted on both going and return trip. We run give you the low est ratejto an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 September 1906

Banker's Son Works as Club's Scullion to s v , iUlilWV Mllp Van : .. .urn - I'blllp Van .m il. nn of Vn Zand!. .f.-il.nl of tin- SltO batik, tl M i 1 i omlnig Miiiiion in :!.' 'II i f a rliili Iiikim al l.nk )! 1 1 tiM : m Iit ( tin- rij . 1 W hi ii-lr.- tn lr h In 11 Hi., inliil.nr. fur liuh hr ' ' i.l v 1 1( in In nlijii t In ix r- tl..' mmk el a klu hi n il 'i.ini ' . it. llii-iry nf iiutiic nil Z.nnll 1 i.i.!..r to f ill) mi l.''miil tlif . .1!- nn.1 il of tliii iin.nnK !.i- . mi tn lal-'l 111 a mix li" timiiii ul dint a :. "1"'.- I ' 111 1I.11I) iiu. h.i I m.irl.liiK ii anil I iiritliiK In ili- 1 mi! ' - m nf a daiik I'M i l. 'ii ami i t at thn I iiln niH nf 1 l.ii iiKi' i. 1 Hiliik ln n.iil'l t.i l ili ' . nir.T fi . In, m li' tl.. I'll-'! ' 'Hi' a M-lllllnll 111 I'M' 1 1.1 I I 'her a l 'ihi m 1 tirr.il In liliu 1 1 it If In- Uiti iii Im-. niii.' a tnlH-i..i,.ii 11 ".' i ll tn klli' ' P.. 'I1II1K illhuijf iiniiiiiiili in. I tl" ' 1 1, k hi .Hiii'ihiiia "f Mi I II Lin woik al"'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 September 1906

f i , 4 HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD SHOES Jr.; f r , : I NEW FALL STYLES Our New Goods Are in and Ready For Your Inspection WHY NOT COME IN AND SEE THEM EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT READY TO BUY? OUR LINES IN EVERY GRADE WE CARRY ARE THE VERY BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY :: :: :: s :: s :: :: The Styles are Snappy and Just What Good Dressers Always Demand But that isn't all the Quality is Just as Good as the Looks. We Guarantee a Fit for Every Foot GOOD HONEST LEATHER SHOES FOR THE LEAST MONEY It 1 !j Ml . i 1 1 ft (I t ; J s Clothing Dry Goods Cbt Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. CEO. M. CRIDER. J. FRANK CONGER. I Edltort VERNON OAKLEY. Secy, and Tr... SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enteral as Mvontl-clut matter July 15, at ths poatuffic at Marion. Kr.. under Act of Con- of March J, 1ST. NOTICE! i writmK t have yimr aililn-M rtmntosl alwa irur the s"t nlticr to which your Itaiier l .- trig a veil a the slnftic tu which i wish it arttt W h:le our column are aiaii r, f..r, tl.il (!t run of an rvU'an...

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. — 28 September 1906

i A. I M V w 8 Majestic Range AND VESSELS TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY A. S. CAVENDER With every dollar cash purchase you Ret a ticket which entitles you to a chance at the Beautiful Majestic Kanja and Vessels which we are going to give away Free to the one holding the lucky number, Beginning Next Saturday, Sept 29 We will give away these tickets to every one who spends a dollar at our store. Call for them. Our Good and Prices Are Right Ik-sides getting a chance at the Beautiful Range we offer you the Right Kind of Goods at prices as low as can he found in Marion for first-class up-to-date goods. lnsH-ct our stock before you' buv your fall gcds. THE FALL SEASON IS HERE AND So Are Our New Fall Goods ! We carry a full and complete line of Ladies Dress Goods for this season. They were carefully selected with a view of giving the ladies of Marion and vicinity the same advantage of those living in large cities. A handsomer line could not have been selected. Call in and see. New Ginghams, Percales...

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. — 28 September 1906

LOCAL OPTION ELECTION 10 BE HELD DECEMBER 7, 1906 The Citizens Will Determine Whether Intoxicants Shall Be Sold in Crittenden County on the Above Date SPECIAL REGISTRATION NOVEMBER TWENTIETH CltlTTKNDKN C'Ol'NTY CoiKT. Regular September term. UHH, Mon day, Sept. 10. I'.HKi, Hon. V. A. Hlack burn, Judge Presiding. W. A. A.lams, J. F. Adams. J. C. Minner. T. H. Cochran, T. C. Yandell. S. S. Currick. (5. W. Arrtaek. K. 0. Arflack. J. M. McChcsney, W.F. Wood sides, G. S. James, O. S. Woodsides, J. Frank Conger, P. P. Paris. K. I.. Moore, Wm. O. Wicker. T. .!. Cameron, W. T. Maliry. James R. Glass. CI. J. Green, G. M. Yaneey. J. E. Fox. J- M. Alli son, C. C. Hranham, T. E. Giill'ith, G. P. Griffith, E. R. Stephenson. I. II. Clement' I.. E. Guess, J, A. Hammond, J. M. Ford, R. II. Ford, E. I.. Nunn, II. L. Sullivan. F. J. Black. J. R. Sum merville, W. T. Manley. V. F. Sum merville, I). S. Kabb, W. M. Rabb. G. B. Lamb, J. M. Walker, J. M. Iean and E. R. Hill and others vs. exparte: Order f...

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. — 28 September 1906

i MARION I? a a If s re & Moranp ( n vf" mm m p Manufacturer! of 1 .. High Grade Ice Made from Pure Distilled Water. g Our Plant is equipped with the 8 latest improved machinery, and sj 0 our ice is second to none. p 1 Any negligence on the port of g our delivery department if re- " p ported to us will be appreciated. 3 Wagon or Country Trade Solicited, f MARION ICE 4 STORAGE CO. Jj Telephone 300. MARION, KY. Q Ml'-OTOaCTaO "Old Hickory Whiskey" .Sale Room Moved up Town Prices Same as at Quart House llu- ntv mutiril r. fii.tj t.i r.-mt u tn w iti;irt lie. lit !it 1 1 i.T . .. ui' i rr ci.i!, -1 1 1m I.i.v out a . ui town or Irt our rn i' (1 ii.r.i uil.-t ta v K" iHi..i,I 11 llu kurv tru- !-! in (own. Vim i.iii im t. mi im m lilLLART OLD STAND UV now carry a full lim- of Whisku-s, Wim-s, Hi-it, Cigars, Iltc., Old Hickory our Leader, and no one cist in tfivvn lias our M Hickory. Call and see us. OLD IIKKORY DISTILLERY SALE ROOM, r. M. LOWER Y, Mgr. : llotrl BlotW MARION, KY The Op...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 28 September 1906

OLIVE & WR 1EK JESSE OLIVE NELL WALKER -DEALERS IN Heavy We Have Bought the Hina & Cox Stock of Hardware and Will Continue in Business at the Old keep Everything Found in a First-Class Hardware Store Tennessee Wagons Coquillard Wagons Delker Buggies Ames Buggies LOCAL NEWS Fredonia and Kelsey Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Ovcrby are vis king in Lafayette. Mrs. J. L. Alsobrook and Miss Ksther Morris Wooten, of Lafayette returned home last week. About twenty wagons were hauling coal, saw logs, lumber, wheat, moving a family into town in Kelsey Monday, and a large number of hands loading lumber on cars for shipment. Dr. and Mrs. Geo. V. Stone, of Ma rion, were in town several days last week, returning home Monday. - r - Several went to the big shownt Itop- kinsvillejuesday. .-Mesdames Butler and. Maxwell will visit relatives there 'uefore returning. J. Elbert Hillyard was visiting rela tives in Breman last week. Mesdames Roberta and Wilson, of Marion, were in town Monday visiting their a...

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. — 5 October 1906

-1 VOLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY.( OCT,, 5 1906. NUMBER 13. LOUISVILLE jp rr j In ,;-'SM(i!i at Lblfi.l Uty i!i(!!ir!ii!tl "Vil v ;M:::S V, ;1M i ' t .(! II n':!l .1 i. ';.! S.M I (.1 tt .1 U ... . .,)., , I . . I. a I ... I ,,'!. . . r. i - -1 T f . i . ' arc. I tie- ..,'ri. : i ' '1 t.tl e t.l i'il ..l : ' i i fta are , nk -n, n M .-i'i," !y im the Priii' t -t i .! ' ' In' il 'p1. ltlV:l ill trn ! I. .i - .i t i"H of it . how t 1 e M 1 ill in 1 1 .K ii. -Mile ! -1 r i t. , ' ti W lawn i- t' e if-i.i y h-trn t. ..,(-. I. II i t Ii I I li I H'A T"hl .'! I, I .i, ti.. t ', i:... s i. ' ( . ( i'" '? .a' . '. ,ii ' - v ! f ie . ;,, I ' " I li - " -. l I - M . U . " i ,'. ii .. .-,... , (Ml' t. . I- . ,. .r- . I. a, ....l t. I 1 ' . ' ,. I ! .'11 . . - i . i ' Ih. . ..!" I i!' ' . I , o ( U .. e hi. h he -. I 1 ' "I. I, I .11 ' IIUKMRS AllI MIUN l in Blue I Minn and (ict ramph Ict on Road lorklng I'le f,.IU,winK lvttr han Utn raciv-'II-. I. Iu & Sunn. It will explain it-!f...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 5 October 1906

NELL WALKER DEALERS IN Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Farming Implements MARION, KENTUCKY1 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 JESSE OLIVE Tennessee Wagons Coquillord Wagons Delker buggies Ames Buggies by PINEY FORK LISTENS TO GREAT SERMON The lev. J. L Hudglns Preaches to a Large and Attentive Audience Wednesday of the meeting at Piney Fork, the Rev J. L. Hudgins, of Union City. Tennessee, delivered the follow ing sermon to a throng of earnest and appreciative listeners. "The Church of the living God." There is perhaps not a more compre hensive expression in all the Bible than our text 'The Church does not mean a company of people who admire Jesus Christ, the son of God, and who have formed themselves into an association for the mere purpose of suscitating his life, great as that life was. The religion of Jesus Christ is not a matter of imitation, for that belon...

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. — 5 October 1906

in; Look Into the Matter 1 WHEN YOU BUY Hazel Ridge Crab Orchard Wheatcrof t . ...COAL That Good Coal AO Aoirrjal SJcry for Little rol!'j The Striped Leopard You Get Heat Unit No Slate, no DirtOur Coal it Good Coal Take No Substitute Weighing of all Kinds Done at Reasonable Prices Sutherland Coal and Transfer Co. Office Near Depot PHONE 200 MARION, KENTUCKY Out of Town Orders Solicited loi rL-ji Q i MARION I Ice & Storage Co. jj Manufacturers of .. High Grade Ice .. J Made from Pure Distilled Water. 9 O g 5 g Our Plant is equipped with the g latest improved machinery, and jj "Wliil mi ugly criMiliire you ure!" wilU llu- clivys ti'ir uiju ilny to the tehru, who whs trottini; around out side of Urn It'OjiH rit'n cane. "I inn sorry to luiir you suy that," declared tli- wlira. "Anil I my It only u a friend and for your oivn good," asserted the leop ard. "I do not want you to become to 1 ; l y our icu is ocvuiiu iu nunc. 1 1) if? I? . Any negligence on the port of our delivery depart...

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. — 5 October 1906

WE HAVE EVERYTHING IN Good Stylish Clothes Men, Young Men and Boys Don't spend your money for Clothes unless you know that you are buying the right kind of Clothes All the Cuts. All the New Weaves and Colors are Here. Suits - Pants We Buy as Close as the Closest Xtil Cbt Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. CEO. M. CRIDER, I J. FRANK CONGER, t Editors VERNON OAKLEY. Secy, and Treas. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enteral u second -t lass matter Juljr 15. 1904. t Um postofflceat Marion. Kr.. under Act of Con- of March. 1879. NOTICE S wni in tn have vour address .haniMH llvlM lve the IMMt- . n Bkvk vnur naner mw iix as well a the pnauslice to which ruu wwh it sent While our column are always open fur the dis cussion of anr relevant subject, we do not necea aariljr indora the opinion of contributor. Anonymous letters will not be noticed: therefore cor-espondenta will please five their names -not necessarily for publication, but a an evidence of ood faith. TELEPHONE IM FRIDAY, OCT. 5. 1...

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. — 5 October 1906

i HEr "MT5E9s 'U. HI UP f 1 Men's Clothing That are Good R i M UTTLE RECORDS. V W. Nunn. Intit. Wanted, (iir I school Mm. M. A. boarders I'l.RHT. A nlive mu in ton the fimt of the ( it snd hot bit hi at Meti It Sed- (rrry. ( tireMham, of iVImah, u in c citv dnemUy. Wnted:-Gentlemen hoarders. Mm. J. W. ;iiiu:. NjuTr Marks, of Tolu. was in town W cll,.-.Uy. ku. Mer Taint, beat on rrth fl 2 lr ir.llon. Nunn k Turkee . 1 1 ' Hubert, of Carthage, Tenn. 4i in t.'n this week. Kolirrt l,ear. f Tolu. was in the city rdm-n-lay. I) H. Krvil f Dawson, was in the :' thia week. t'ufftna a Caakets, price rock hot ' Nunn 1 Tucker. K. K S. Moor i vuntinghU par- -'., th:a week. J. A Jacob, of Crayneville, was in !"n Turn lay. ..! Urmo can furnih uu . talilrta, slate and ftc. I t frr.h mt f.i t J. W. (liven I S.n J l IVrxma was in Princeton thi "i ! -b irj after hi minersi inter- wW A Ortna hsv the Urgent tab- ' n, tlatr that can h bought for ni.iney. Hi- who drliirht the ni't live the Let your teeth ...

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. — 5 October 1906

F.W. NUNN, Dentist. Office: Rooms 2 and 4 Jenkins Bldg. MARION, KY. R. L. MOORE, Attorney-at-Law. Office: Room 10, PostofficeBldg. MARION, KY. Dr. M. Ravdin, Practice Limited to Diseases an Defect of Itic Eye, Ear, Nose St Throat CLASSES PITTED. Suite I6and 17, Ariaac Building 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. It Costs Nothing ,To find out for a certainty wlu-tlier or not your heart ii lffected. One person in four has a weak heart; it may be you. If so, you should know it now, and save serious con sequences. If you have short breath, fluttering, palpitation, hungry spells, hot flushes; if you cannot lie on left side ; if you have fainting or smother ing spells, pain around hear, in side and arms, your heart is weak, and perhaps diseased. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure will re lieve you. Try a bottle, and see how quickly your condition will improve. "A...

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