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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 5 October 1906

M - . He wants toSub.cribe for the RECORD bemuse We hsve msde srrsngements whereby we ran rurnmh you inv 01 the Papers snd The Crittenden price named: St. Iui Re public, daily louiiville Evening I'.t ami chart l.H. Herald, daily except Sunday 3.0" r i " . . " "' " 3-5" louner Journsl daily except Sunday 6.40 and " M 3) Inter Ocean daily except Sunday 4. -Jo , ". . " " ." Louisville Timet 5 You can get the daily paper of your choice and The Hi 1 ikd at slmt the price of the daily alone. We can alio furnmh you any paper not namel aUve at clubbing rale. He wants Because he wants to heln nush a trooi thjnK alonj; Because it contains all the local news in Crittenden, and remem !ers adjoining counties Because it contains the latest market reports, corrected up to the day the paper is printed Because it contains the local produce market rcorts, corrected up to the day pajer is printed Because It contains a Farmers Ex change column, where all farmer subscribers may tell what they have for s...

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. — 5 October 1906

Millinery Majestic Range AND VESSELS TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY A. S. CAVENDER Ht evel' doW&r catfh purchase you get a ticket KSTi which entitles ou to a chance at the Jleautitul 2 Majestic Rantre and Vessels which we are going to K've :va.v Free to the one holding the lucky number,. Beginning Next Saturday, Sept. 29 Wo will give awav t! l' v tic! ;o .-wry .-.ii t'..M for t'i. :r,. -.. p" - po:ias a iloliar ;.t i-ur .-'. Uur uoods and rnces Are Kniht THE FALL SEASON IS HERE ANH 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, Chiffon, Broad Cloth, Sacking, Panama, Henrietta, Mohair, Serges, Silk Petticoats, Bear Skin Coats, Caps Muffs for Children Beautiful Line of Fancv Work Opening IS NOW ON All are cordially in...

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. — 12 October 1906

rrnt hip tfr OMIOU JCTIPUUI JUL VOLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., OCT., 12 1906. NUMBER V FARMERS INSTITUTE HELD IN MARION 10 INTERESTING SESSIONS HELD MONDAY AND TUESDAY Conducted By Prol. R. C. Crenshaw, Assistant Commissioner Nil U SALtM WLDNLSUAT MUKNINGi . farmer's Institute, wa-. held ,ii lmue Monday mul TucmIbv, r,..f t.-i l.v Prof. K. C. (rct.ha.,llM,y fl,r U,.m thMt ,h(. ,,. A ,,..,( Commissioner of Agriculture, I irw. hmrMl. ,., ,,. work in ,.j ! ,..f who lecture, on "Slk n,)Mt, rMlllM. May iUprMM rr(Wn ().ir f.. ttial Prof. Sherfferus, boLfforts where ever they go I,, or. me iirwi .w.sir 01 ,-wi-i- j .... I forlorn and Tobacco. " j 1 1:. In.titute w called to order at) I k a. nL, by President J. Frank i I,'1' ho atate th ohjert of the ..I. i.e. arid introduced to the i lull r ' i i.-ihaw, w ho gave a very inter uik on practical Farming." i, ... ! H-ople ahould make a laisineaa .1 '..r-i.if.g. aa well aa any other buxi- 'il that it was not thp largest . ,- t uf gro...

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. — 12 October 1906

t 1 1 FARM LIFE. One Cnntlnuiil Round of Health Hap piness and Prosperity. Farm life can be made jutit what you want it to be. It can be made a round of health, happiness and pros perity, or it can be reversed. The far mer should be independent, and every member of his family should experience i that independence. He should be proud of the fact that he helps to feed and clothe the world. I There is so much about fnrm life j that is healthful. The pure, uncontam-1 inated air is invigorating, filling the j lungs with a tonic that cannot besecur-1 ed in a city life. The water comes I from unpolluted streams, is free from microbes, and refreshes the toiler as nothing else can do. Instead of being a breeder of typhoid, it is a cleanser of t the system, and puts fat upon the j bones. With such air, and such drink, j and with the crisp, fresh vegetables, : thesound, rie fruit, and the purity of, the food generally that makes the far mers' table gioan, that becomes well nurtured, and sleep ...

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. — 12 October 1906

PLAN OF PRIVATE PRISON FOR WHICH LOUIS A. GOURDAIN HAS BROKEN CROUNV. SOUR STOMACH ijp.i mm MARION n n rnriMiTnnuTrinr n uuir 3H1 sf .w ' ''ir "'.i'' n if ti4 SHflil L ... ' nU.ki-i4Jiiiiiii xW..aii.i. ' V . . , Louis A. Gourdain il the central fiyurt th other morning In peculiar j nine ceremony Just outside the wills of the Joliet penitentiary. It was the : y,ound breaking for Courdain'e own private four story prison, in which he in- j trndi. he saye, to serve out the term of four years and a half to which 1 r was sentenced by the United States court for running a lottery game. The ' (.trr, or of (he "prison," which is to cost 170.000, will present in aspect as 1 ttvt't and uninviting as that of the slate penitentiary, but the interior, ac- curdmg to the plans, will be combination of modern home comfort and in al t"3 pt'e Te e.terinr will rival an ancient bastile for loopholes ; cd parapets, and the Interior, or at Last a r""t of it, will be luaunanlly ap- i pg ntrd There is to be ...

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. — 12 October 1906

r; Oi 0 11, i M The Cloak Styles . ... ARE HERE ee uur New unes Prices Lowest Don't Buy a CLOAK Until you See Ours ... Furs! Furs! Ladies Misses Children ft Cbe Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. CEO. M. CRIDER, J. FRANK CONGER. Editor. VERNON OAKLEY. Secy, and Tr... SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PR YEAR. Enteral aa wcuod-clikM matter July !&, at UiKtofli.iMion.Kr..ondrT Ari of Con.''"'-'-'-' "1' itw at Mrrh 3, Ihts. 1 ,, - I "And the wind blew through hi WATirPI nlln' " '' Miw UU I ILL! ri-r? -LTA " .' m .M .. ih p.t.stw tn.hh .,.h it wncr in wnit n tout itaittrr u sn- ciwHiof mr ninam ubi. )., i4 i aanlr wAmtm ih. ouini. of ammbuuin. Annnymmu kiim will ivK b n..! thnrfnr. owrrnwlflL will pWmm eivr ihir mnwi -nl lMrilv 1m iublK.tin, liut .. .n mrirnif of f.tth TELEPHONE IM FRIDAY. OCT. li lDOfi. Schwab ia Lack. Well the ice la broken at last. The trot Wednemlay heavy and white. night waa And now for your overcoat, woolen and Are,. Marion atands rcadv U elcome alUbuahy. unclean whi.ker...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 12 October 1906

Men's Clothing That are Good I! iHrTnii taaci It isn't a difficult matter to select a Suit or Overcoat here. The best makes in America are represented here, and it becomes therefore merely a matter of taste with you. But with this assortment to choose from your work is simplified. The greatest store in the world cannot limit its operations to any one class of patrons. Our manifest duty is to please all classes. The Vast Variety of Fall Suits and Overcoats now on Display tells the story of our Supremacy Better than Words can do it. T iiii I 1 A ThU store is entertaining many visitors every day who are admiring New Fall Merchandise. We never were in a better position to cater to ALL your fall wants, and you who know us know that perfect satisfaction is always guaran tee Yours for Bargains. McConnell & Stone. J II "THE CASH STORE" MARION, KENTUCKY. fcifl flS559k 40XK3Kto riEGCkw QES2 IBX33to4ttSim3$BEBi&CBBOtiSBttB5E8b tfESsMfe 3 isgsiC235S 'Sfc Ljlfc lltlliBSl .JISiJ UTTLE REC...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 12 October 1906

The Crittenden Record Comes Down the Pike With These Announcements . . . THEY ARE ALL GOOD PARROT IS TOO TALENTCD Brings Loss to Roidhouw Man and Ha Civet It Away. New York.-Joseph Murphy, pro prictor of a roadhouse In the Bronx, Is said by veracious cltlxena of tha vicinity to have suffered financial lom through the misplaced intellectual ef forts of his green parrot Jeinliiiah. The til id had to be disposed of berausa It ordered too mauy drinks at Mr. .wtirphy'a bar. According to neighborhood report, and Mr. Murphy reluctantly con tl ram the tale, a parrot pronounced to he bright and i'Uck to learn was kIvcii to Mr. Murphy. The bird, which wan hunt; on the veranda where the thirsty arc served, made good his reputation by leamliiK the names of the drink ihe waiters called through the ni n windows to the professor behind tre, mahogany. The wise bird could ills- lliiKiilsh a horse's neck from a mint Julep within three weeks. It wax when Jemlinuh began to call out the order for drinks...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 12 October 1906

f HHMm TATas. llinii Kiic If I 77 ni Ml "Hold On!" SAY ! ! "Mr. Conger, I Vant to subscribe for The Record!" SAY!! "Vait a Minute, Yet ! " He want to Subscribe for the RECORD because of iti Clubbing Rates W have made arrangements whereby we rn furnish you any of the following Daily Paper ami TiiK CkiTiksnKN Kkcghii at tin- We have made arrangements whereby we ran ! price named: St. Uwis Kcpuhlir, daily rcepl Sunduy JUKI " ' and ' fi.W) I.ouisville Luning punt and rlmrt 3..ri(. " Herald, daily except Sundav :i.(Mi and " ' 3. .Ml Courier Journal daily i u rj t ni!;iv K. pi Inter Ocean daily except Siindiiy 4.-Jfi and " ' f, im Ixiuisvill Times 5,110 Vou can get the (Lily paper of your rhoire and The Kkcohii at almont the price of tlie daily alone. We ran also furnish yo, .iy paH-r not named above at clubbing rates. f TllK RKCOitp with any of the following Weekly Papers: The Courier Journal, weekly $1 Mi liuixville Herald " 1 2.1 Nashville American " ' 1.50 Cincinnati Enipiircr ' 1.U0 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 12 October 1906

LOCAL NEWS Fredonia and Kelsey Mrs. Charles Travis died last week. A four year old son of Coon Brown was so badly burned last week, that he died next day. Rev. E. R. Overby came in on the morning train and filled his appointment Sunday. He and Mrs. Overby had been visiting at Lafayette and on ac count of rain and bad roads could not make it in their buggy. Mrs. George Vogel and daughter, Miss Muriel, of Colorado Springs re turned home Wednesday. A protracted meeting will commence at the Baptist church the first Sunday in November. Miss Lillie Cash, of Kuttawa, was in town Saturday. Miss Mabel Rorer, of Crittenden, was shopping at Mrs. Sam Howerton's mil linery store a few days since. Wiley Riley and family will leave fur California next week. Frank Wyatt has eighty-five acres of tobacco and the continual rains have been a drawback to his housing it. David Benjamin Wigginton and fam ily moved to Marion last week. Sam Bennett, merchant of Kelsey, had over a hundred bushels of nice kee...

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. — 19 October 1906

s - iftEHlflI.EE VOLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., OCT., 19 1906. NUMBER 15. JIM 2EC0flfl LIVINGSTON C01TY FARMERS INSTITUTE Mil ai Salem .Wednesday and Thurs day o! Last Week 1 1,111111 AND INTERESTING MIETINIi Si iMlur Crenshaw Lectured mi Huh tn Improve lands In Ehlnysliin Enmity I . I ; irgiton County l-'.ll fl n-1 . In met ut Salem. Ky., Oct. In, , I tic excrrisv began w ith nm .i. '.' I'. i;..Ur..ii waa pr -cut ai,.! ! ,. . I Mr. II. l!l.pH,ee. uhud. -. I I In- wi ll ou.e iidilrein. Senator I ,i w reonicd. Mr. I.ibin.ni . .1 hrt till explaining why the; '..rii acre lute getting here. f.-n- j i refixliitw lectured on how to im-, . the land of l.ivirtgton county. I ' Fsrri. W. F. Chipi and M. - j di-cusned how to are fur ami ' - of the growing roiucrop. W. ; li .- iriferua delivered a bfture on I . A Ivantagc of (el Seed" and j ' i I., .i"lirc them. Prof. K. S. (I.n1i , i'i tbe first day'a work w.th a talk j i . 1 nctit of an Agricultural KJ- " ' II. The rxercict were in...

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. — 19 October 1906

( LITTLE RECORDS. (Left over from Last Week) J. S. Braswell whs in Sturgis Monday. Johnson ('ruler was in Cerulean , this week. (Jus Taylor is on the sick list this week. Ed Rice, of Fredonia, was in the city Monday. C. R. Babb, of Sullivan, was in the city Monday. R. L. Flanary was in Murray a few i days last week. Dave Woods, of Union county, was in town, Monday. M. Schwab, of Evansville, was in town this week. Miss Josie Dawson, of Craneyville, was in the city Monday. P. K. Cooksey, of Dycusburg, was in the city Monday. Rev. J. B. Moody was in the city the first of the weeK. J. A. Stegar, of Princeton, was in the city Monday. Mrs W. T. Daughtry who has been ill, is now much better. Miss Willie Hale spent Sunday in Dycusburg, visiting friends. Miss Lillie Guess was the guet of friends in Dycusburg Sunday. Miss Mari? Ramage visited friends in Dycusburg Sunday. W. A. Pierce, of Karl.es Ridge. 111., was in the city Monday. Hudnall Landrum, of Princeton, ' vis ited friends in the city...

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. — 19 October 1906

THERE IS NO USE IN TALKING I make ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on all Kinds of Groceries J. H. PORTER Store near the Mill I. C. It. K. Crossing No Rent to Pay Expenses Light See Me Before You Buy I save you money on everything. Gel my prices on Sugar, (ol'fec, Ten, ( hinawure. I PAY the highest market price tor tuns. 11 11... A" ..... 1 tLM a .Mm . ' s i mnitr, tommy new CI ll . 111 5 onocs, nais ana unaerwear, School fresh Bread Every 1 MY PRICES ( AN NOT t ut, What l In: I ly til Is ;i i hp the following from the May- . , I Monitor, a Pi-nvsvatie paper pule . ..al Maylirlil. Ketiturky: ' I t,e prtneiit campaign is not mere ' . .i l.irht U-twiin the "in'' and "outs" ... I he mudiine or (ram would have the , i .-plf believe. It i a tight of the people to dndodg i . h rank fort machine, a well myaii .. .1 lot of Mihticaiis, linlii tifellnr f ir the purMHM of Controlling all the :!:. of the State and filling their ra I ... ,oii isxtrt from the S'ate treas on Ami it is a fljrht that i of much yf...

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. — 19 October 1906

I Cloaks Jp THAT MS? I have . Jh Bargains in General Merchandise For all who appreciate opportunities to Buy the Right Kind of Goods for Less than their Value Everything I Clothes Styles ! Are Here ! We offer it worthy Mer chandise or we would not offer it for tale fl 1 1 4 ii it a m misses Children 1 NFW ftNK 1 ILi II J 1 laUitaf THAT HAVE STYLE See Them mm 4 ii JVLv Dry Goods Silks Dress Goods Men, Young Men and Boys Don't sjwnd your money for Clothes unless you know that you are buying the risint kind of Clothes SHOES That are Best All the Cut. All the New Weaves and Colors are Here. Hats Hosiery Furnishings We Buy as Close as the Closest We sell Cheaper than the Cheapest ! Suits - Pants - Overcoats YANDELL-GUGENHEl CO. Cbe Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. CEO.M. CRIDER. J. FRANK CONGER, Editors VERNON OAKLEY. Secy, and Tret. PAUL M. MOORE SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. CaUiau eeond-cUaa matter July 15, 1304. at 'JtlSpoatorJIce at Marion, Ky., under Act of Con- Sreaa rjlljn. ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 October 1906

.. fefMk Vex ' m.. i99 PEOPLE OUT Of DOOi WANT TO SAVE SOME MONEY! DO YOU? ; i ; THEN LET The Best up-to-dote line of Suits, Overcoats, Roin Coots. Crovenetts ond Extro Pants ever shown in the county, and if you don't find that YOU SAVE MONEY by buying the best, we can't count you one of the "99." PS NEW LINE OP Hosiery 1 HATS NO TRMIM-E TO SHOW r,nnns g,-B - " " .Vtf AND iT PLEASIIRP - - - - LITTLE RECORDS, V. W. Nunn, l)entit. J. I'. Pierre was in Princeton Turs u. Iluv the best meat from J. W. Giv- i Son. Fr fresh mnt go to J. W. Given A Sun ( !, McNeely left Sunday fur Pain ulle. Tenn. John J. IVker. of Henderson, win ihr city Tureday. Will Hurlev. of Sheridan, was in t"n Tuesday. W. L Moor waa in Cincinnati the f rt of the week. t.ucian Ihjry, of Morganftrld, wa in the city rriday. Johnson Easley. of Fredtmia, wa In ton Si'iday. Ilrnry Hughea, of Fredonia. waa in tn Sunday, Sam Gladia, of Providence, waa in lh rity thia week. White House coffee, boat in town "Id by H. Koltinsky...

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. — 19 October 1906

The Crittenden Record Comes Down the Pike With These Announcements . . . ...THEY ME ALL GOOD.. . R. L. MOORE, MISS NELL WALKER Attorncv-at-Low. Stenographer Office: Room 10, Tostoflice Did)?. And Notary Public MARION, KY. OFFICE: With Blue & Nunn. W. H. CLARK CARL HENDERSON, Attorncy-at-Law Attomey-at-Uw. Room No. 7. Jenkins Ituildmg Will Practice in all Civil Cases. MAiuo.N, ky. Morion, Ky. cuMnos.jK t w chos arrjs 4 ShopbeII9 Champion & Champion architects LAWYERS Plan prepared (or both public and private buildings. Correspondence Will do a General I'raetice in all the ol'.-ied CourU. Office in Jenkins Building Cvansvillc. . Indiana l Claude Guess Dr. M. Ravdin, Pr rue limited to Diseases 'T'' , Eye.lNoK 4 Throat Horse Shoeing a Specialty hiMts mTt0. MARION, KY. uitc lianc ;7 Arcade Building Cvanvlllc, ... Indiana E. V. Crider R. l. Moore & Co. PHOTOGRAPHER Tobacco Exporter. (able Add. "FKMIRC." Arnold' (odr No. 3 Marion, - - Kentucky lon, Kentucky PRINCETON PRESBYTERY...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 October 1906

r m - - Here it is For a Limited Time Only We will give you a year's subscription to The Crittenden Record and a year's subscription to the Louisville Herald, daily except Sunday POR ONLY $2.00 I" If Ik Built Today! Built to Stay ! Built to Pay! Ihc LorflcM Machinery Company is behind this Engine with Twenty Millions Capital The Cheapest The Best The Longest Life The International Harvester Co. (all on WILL II. IIOWERTON, Repton, Ky., Agent hr Crittenden County, for terms and prices. Plans to Oct Rich ' often frustrated by auddrn bresk 'l"n. due to dyspepsia or constipation. I;'t up and take Ir. Kinit'a New I 'f" I'iIU. They take mil thr material tiu-h are clogging your energies, and cue you a new alaft. Cure headaihr diuinesa loo. At Havnesand Tay "r' ilrmt Store; 2.V guaranteed. DR. J! D. SMITH, of Paducah Anl loenM Prohibition Candidal (or CongrM. Thi war to alii vii u it ikoot It M death with yosr vert. Tatwartoperpat at an avii u to ma lata. nlrkan4 pro tott it ith irour vow. "...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 19 October 1906

LOCAL NEWS Irma Mrs. T. P. Woolsey is on the sick list Norvel White's baby is very sick at this writing. Charley Perry left here Monday for Texas where he will spend the winter, he has been in very poor health for some time and he has gone there for his health. Mrs. F. Moore visited Norvel White and family Monday. ' Kenny Morris moved to the' Sullen ger farm last Monday. Jim Crawford arrived here from the U. S. Army where he has served three years, he is now visiting his sweetheart Miss Necie Sullenger, of lrma. We are all glad to see him at home again. The Harnett school visited the Irma school last Friday. Miss Kena Martin visited Misses Pearl and Ermine Sullenger Sunday. Mrs. Katherine McMaster visited Mrs Lena White last week. Curtis Hardin and Hugh Watsun are attending the institute tins week. Mrs. Arthur Croft was here shopping Monday. Dick Crawford was here Monday. John Curncll's children who have been very sick, are at present improv ing. A big show at Irma Thursday eve., Oc...

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. — 26 October 1906

tmtit EBflEE 3te0f El -fl-fV VOLUME 3. A FEARFUL ACCIDENT AT CRIDER STATION A FIFTEEN TEAR OLD BUY CUT TWO PILCLS Byrd Dcboc, Sun ol Hill Online, Mecls Death While Try ing lu Board a Moving Train Wcdnevluy morning nf this week tl.rrc ocrured at the town nf (ui.r, jn Caldwell county, between Princeton at ill Marion on the I. ('. R. . a ,,,( horrible accident. A fifteen year old lad liy the name 0f H rl DcW and a son of Will IMm made an attempt to board the north bund local freight. In making thia attempt he ffll between the cars ami aa rut inU two separate pieces dying almost initantly. The detaila of thia accident are horri ble hryund expression. The conductor of the freight waa Mr. Siwrra anJ in describing it he said. "The station agent at ('rider had warned thia particular boy time and again to aUy away from the traina but ail to no purpose, lit attempted to board the train when it waa moving too faat and missing hia footing fell between the art aid waa cut in two. After the train...

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. — 26 October 1906

LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn, Dentist Will Clifton spent Sunday in the city. T. C. Guess was in Fredonia Sunday. Eugene Guess, of Tolu, was in the city Sunday. O Miss Carrie Hughes, of Paducuh, vis ited in the city Sunday. George Belt, of Sheridan, was in town Saturday. Dr. I. H. Clement, of Tolu, was in the city Monday. Miss Effle Deboe returned Thursday from Beebe, Ark. Harry Hammond, of Evansville, was it the city Sunday. Oliver Hurley returned to his home in Carmi, III., Friday. Mrs. Virgil Elgin visited Mrs. J. B. Ray at Fredonia last week. Mrs. George Howcrton, of Repton, was in the city Friday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wilborn return ed Friday from Louisville. Mrs. Alice Jacobs is the guest of friends and relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blue and child ren were in Evansville Saturday. A. J. Bebout and daughter, Miss Kate, returned Friday from Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Green, of Ford Ferry-, were in town Monday shopping. Mrs. W. E. Cox and son, Paul, of i Kelsey,...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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