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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 October 1906

THERE IS NO USE IN TALKING m I moke 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 vou money on eventhing. Get mv prices on .Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Chinaware. I pay the highest market price for Eggs, Butter, ( ountry Meat and Lard. Shoes, Hats and Underwear. School I ablets, Cigars, Presh Bread Every Day MY PRICES CAN NOT BE BEAT I ....THE TEACHERS INSTITUTE.... t t MONDAY MoKMNti. Thr Institute u oitioi at 9 .HI o'clock by the County SurintrrlTii, Mr. Paris, who aftrrlhe opming exrr cim-a asked fur nomination for I'rwu-l.-nt. Mr. ( R. Newrunib ami Mr. J. K. Travii wrre nomtnair.l ami motion twins; aeeonilwl, vote takrn which rrsultwl in the elortumof Mr. Niwmm. Nrit in onl.T waa the the rl.rtion of secretary ami only oae nomination mif ma. If. Miss Klhrl Hail was dwlar rl elected. A vice jirmiilmt and ait ant aorrrtary wrre net rlrctrl. Mr. J E. Travia and Miaa It a 1 1 irk ...

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. — 26 October 1906

I The Cloaks 3$. of the Town Mjlu I? j! are Here! xfs Another Big Lot of CL mnJs H ... Latest Style f jf 3 A Of the most sty- j il 1 1 lish Gar me n t s H to p ever shown in Marion. i y 1 DONT BUY ' " 111 UNTIL YOU SEE US FOR J 1 We Shatter all Bargain Records When you Buy from us you sure get more for One Dollar than you ever got before Everything j Clothes Styles Are Here ! We offer is worthy Mer chandise or we would not offer it for sale 'FOrV Dry Goods Silks Dress Goods Men, Young Men and Boys Don't spend your money for Clothes unless you know that you are buying the right kind of Clothes SHOES That are Best All the Cuts. ! Suits - Pants - Overcoats All the New Weaves and Colors are Here. Hats Hosiery Furnishings i s We Buy as Close as the Closest II Ladies 39. Misses liana Children We sell Cheaper than the Cheapest YANDELL-GUGENHEIM CO. Che Crittenden Record ISSUED WEEKLY. GEO.M. CKIDER, J. FRANK CONGER. Editor VERNON OAKLEY. Secy, and Traaa. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. E...

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. — 26 October 1906

AM Elal ax - HANDS WANTED cTO 2 TO REAP i ?kUp S WE ARE OFFERING in CLOTHING T mi l I That U new, stylish, perfect fitting and shape retaining whether in Suits Overcoats Raincoats Cravenetts Or Extra Pants For Men, Young Men or Boys Now is the time and this is the Place TO SAVE MONEY D THING ! Limited ription to The ; subscription aily except NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS 12.00 es only once. once. lood thinn ion at once. c Cloaks, Jackets and Furs The most Complete Line ever shown in the county. DONT FAIL TO SEE THEM! ' Shoes that Give Service COMFORT AND SATISFACTION FOR Men, Women and Children Dress Goods and Waistings K. That can't be Surpassed in Quality, Style or Beauty. New Line CAPS and GLOVES of HATS gtf AND A PLEASURE TO PLEASE 1 1 L 6833(6 Be Tim fast Hall I i I UNDERWEAR FOR ALL HOSIERY DIRECT FROM THE MILLS' j& OXNNAN LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn. Dentist Oil Tucker waa in Kelaey Tuesday. Buy the beat moat from J. W. Glv. A Son. W. Pans aa In H Sm k f of J Tun- J -Uy. For f...

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. — 26 October 1906

PROFITABLE RANCH Figures Won't Lie, Bui Liars Figure Will il Shatter aj some real bargains The Crittenden Record Comes Down the Pike With These Announcements . . . THEY ARE ALL GOOD i R. L MOORE, MISS NELL WALKER : Attorney-at-Law. Stenographer Office: Room 10, Fostoffice Bldg. And Notary Public MARION, KY. OFFICE: With Blue & Nunn. ' i W. H. CLARK CARL HENDERSON, . Attorney-at-Law Attorney-at-Law. Room No. 7. Jenkins Building Will Practice in all Civil Cases. marion, ky. Morion, Ky. J. B. Champion, Jr T. W Champion Wftffi & ShOpbClI, ' Champion Champion architects I AVfYFPS Plans prepared for both public and Lnw l lkj private buildings. Correspondence , Will do a General Practice in all the "luited Court. Office in Jenlcina Building. ". . . Indiana Claude Guess Dr. M. Ravelin, prwtur Limited la Diseases , .u-uith an Be let I iMhe BLACKSMITH g & Mt & j. Horse Shoeing a Specialty classes fiTTCD. MARION, KY. Suite isan it Anad Buiwin Cvannvlllc, ... Indiana E. W. Cride...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 October 1906

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 POK ONLY $2.00 313 Built Today! Built to Stay ! Built to Pay! Ihc LarflcM Machinery Company is behind this Enrjinc with Twenty Millions capital The Cheapest The Best The Longest Life The International Harvester Co. (all on WILL II. HOWERTON, Rcpton, Ky., Agent 'r Crittenden County, for terms and prkes. J?Z J ". iluo to dystf-ia or const ipatiiw. n:;uJ::aK:,,n2 h are rloeirimr vnur rner,riea. and, ou a new start. Cure hral he I Minr .. At llayneaand Tay- img More; i guarantees. . , 'K- J. D. SMITH, of raducah Vnt l Icense Prohibition Candidal lor Cong raw. Tim way i kill ts evil ll It titool It lo SMihwiih roar vote. I " Thwarioprpla , " i4r.u " . .... U n .illlo rrw ! A. -iiKh . ..n.a hit, rtMtm.nd PfO- j . rlili .Uil f.Cinrlel Han . m, U1 It V.ithVHlf Hill. l llin t"iHJ In .11 pmH IVwrsff jf1frtht wryr urlll I'nr ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 26 October 1906

1 feilMj- ; is J&vk vv K-'-'W ' h s There's a Style Treat and a Quality Surprise in store for you and your Boy Just in from the Great Tailorics in New York a fresh lot of the Latest Styles of Mrs. Jane Hopkins Boy Proof Clothes in all the Sizes Characteristic Patterns and Dependable Fabrics. Tailoring is top-notch and prices are at bed rock. A Full Line of Men's Suits and Overcoats McCONNELL & STONE THE CASH STORE :: Marion, Ity. LOCAL NEWS Fredonia and Kekey Urey Lamb, of Princeton, was in town Saturday. A. J. Lamb hat been sick the put two weeks. A little girl of Mr. and Mr. Matt Freeman died Saturdap even in 2 of dyp theria. Tom Cockrell, of Eddyvillc, laid two brick walk from gate to door at the Baptist church last week. W. J. Ray, of Kuttawa, was in town Saturday and Sunday. There never has been more rotten corn than the present crop has In it Thomas Ordway is having another built to rent out Caldwell count is backward about taking the whiskey vote. Protracted meeting c...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 2 November 1906

rm? IttEEdEH 3E VOLUME 3. DEATH GARNERS AJARVEST And the Young and Old Fall Fall Before the REAPERS SWINGING SCYTHE in V. J. Stone and Bob Dorroh Bur led at New Bethel Same Day Lim E CHILD Dllil ROM OPERATION Lin Boyd, the wvn year old son ul Mr jti.l Mm. Ilrrnun Suttlrwnrth r 1 i-luy morning October 2i(h. it i, .To ..'i !i k, in Kvaville. He Was !.,r January .Kth. 1P II. a taken ill Sunday. llnWM. ni '.. the dieae was pronounced l . ;.t t . li. nd he m n-movod to the !r. ii ..nea lliepital hrre anoteration 4- ..t formed. J jut as km hi m the ' I i removed it was seen Kr'r wss in sheets formed round He rallied from the ocer-ti.m hut Minn from the a wm to weakened n th.t he nmn died, living only fortv H.- wan bright liltla 'ell'iw nj the nit rhiM. Ida m lhcr who waa form- nv Mi Maggia Kaaley, and father, M'. Mnitlleworth, were reared in thia kiii I y. 7 hi- funeral service were held at h- M. thodist rhurch Saturday after- -i at una o'cWs. conducted by Rev. rfcil K!f In and the interm...

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

s LITTLE RECORDS. John L. Shrode was in Evunsville Friday. if H. H. Sayrt? went .to Nashville Mon- R. D. Prescnpr wqfe in Fredonia Mon day, v N Miss Lillie Guess spent Sunday at tepton. olumbu8 Nealy .left Friday for Glas gow, Ky. ."!(Jeo. ..P. Roberta was in Golconda TfcOrSday'.. ""lira. rfc;H,Sayri. spent Sunday in ianaitfljft. !..-;. , Oobn James' Wft Friday for his home ifbPaducah,- "' ' s t W. C. Carnahan Is in Webster coun ter niaweek. '5 s ; Bvrd Hughes, of Fredonia, was in town Mondayi ; 4 - 4 1 ' . Dr. J. N. ToJd, of Fredonia, was in the citj Monday, J. A. Stegas, of Princeton, was in tbe'city Monday. Ross Givens, of Providence, was in the city Sunday. Miss Mollie Moore visited her parents near Fredonia Saturday. Mrs. Belle James returned to her home in Paducah Friday. Johnson Easley, of Fredonia, was in the city Sunday evening. Mrs. Claude Cruce is visiting rela tives in Crayneville this week. Miss Emma Adams was the guest of Mrs. G. H. Crider at Crayneville Mon day. W. H....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 2 November 1906

Out if Order or THERE IS NO USE j IN TALKING I moke ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on nil Kinds of Groceries J. H. PORTER Store near the Mill I. C. R. It. Crossing No Rent to Pay Expenses Light See Me Before You Buy I save v" money on everythiiui. (ict mv prices on Siiflar, (offce, Tea, ( hiniiware. I pay the highest market priejt for tans, IHittcr, Country Meat and Lard. ' Ml LW li Shoes, Hats and Underwear, School 1 ablets, Cigars, Tobacco fresh Bread Every Day MY PRICES CAN NOT BE BEAT 1 mM talk on "Drawing," proved it to be of a groat educational value. It teache "Enervation and develops manual dex terity. It oin be connected with geog raphy and history, arithmetic and phy- ! Biology and I In .He studies helped. Have a drawifig period. Teachers Hhould de- vrlnp their utility and use it in chalk talks. ; After discussion hy Rev. Price and , institute on the merits of drawing and 1 the need of it, the institute was ad- journal until 1:30 o'clock. j WKIiNr'KllAY AKTKItNOuN. Tiie iimtitute ming...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 2 November 1906

Buy Where a Dollar Gets Most Value! Weigh all Prices Printed or Spoken Come and tee, let your eyes be the judge 1 ft Ii Look through every stock of goods in town then come to us and save money. , Clothing that shows Value and Style. Suits! Overcoats! Our great slock is com plete. See the Clothes for Men, Boys and Children. The best Clothes there is for the money. You can't miss it when you wear our Clothes.. THEY FIT Stouts, Slims and Regulars Our Prices Make Trade Our Goods Keep Trade We've the goods to suit all, and stubborn price arguments to back. Extra Pants For Men and Boys We not only meet but we beat all prices quoted by others. YOU NEED THE GOODS WE HAVE THEM. Come In our store, We'll let you have them DRESS GOODS DRY GOODS WAIST GOODS SILKS 4 ALL THE NOVELTIES OP THE SEASON The Place Where you can find What you Want at Low Prices THE CLOAKS OF THE TOWN ARE HEE See the ones you wont Compare! Investigate! WE HAVE THE BEST BARGAINS THAT MONEY CAN BUY You can not Better them. ...

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

UTILE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn, Dentist. Fresh mackerel at G. L Dial's H. M. Cook spent Sunday In Hen derson. Buy the beat meat from J. W. Giv. en & Son. Frank De and ton, Euguno, were in the city Wedneaday. E. W. Temme, of Evansville, was in the city Wedneaday. Don't buy your coal until you aw us. Marion Coal & Iran for Co. A protracted meetinir In progress at Pleasant Hill. Fur fresh meat go to J. W. Givena t Sn Mm. 8. J. Deboe returned Wednes day iron Fredonia, Let u All your coal huse with good cumI. Marion Coal ft Tranafer Co. Cleveland Stone, of the Kkcord force, pent SatuMey and .Sunday in Dixon. Boarder wanted. , IJi Mrs. D. B. WmniNToN.g M. 0. Eskew, of the Arm of Eakew Uioi., will m ive hia family .to town in a lew Wee ke. Itrv. T. A. Conway attended the fu neral of Mra. W. J. Stone at New Bethel Tuely. Miss Fannie Woods was in Evansville Monday. She went over u have her eyes treated. Wanted - Will pay fair cash price for three thousand red relar or black lorust fem e p...

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. — 2 November 1906

Eighty-two Counties "Dry" I The following statement is given ou ' bv Rev. C. L. Collins, district superin ' tendent of the Kentucky Anti-Salu. League, showing the result of local Oi i tion elections hold in the sta e 8 nee tl 'county unit Inw became etf.ciivet i June 11, l'.KHi. The table shows tl i territory and population alTected. I DKY VICTORIES Counties. Population. lienry 14.6J Washington - 14,17 Union ... 20.3 Lincoln 17.0.V Trigg 11,07 Hardin Woodford Kl.l.'i Simpson ...... 11, til: Trnnlile 7,27. Nicholas 11.9.V Mr cken 12. 1H Ntchol.isville 2,:t'.i Total lii:.57. A Bob Tailed j SOME REAL BARGAINS f The Crittenden Record Comes Down the Pike With These Announcements ... wi:r vutouiks ih wets won tin l.ltKHI. May Protect a Hen Roost Bt be can't pro tect a House on Fire Buy a Policy .THEY ARE ALL GOOD R. L MOORE, MISS NELL WALKER Atforncy-at-Law. Stenographer Office: Room 10. TostoH'ico IMg. j And Notary Public MARION, KY. j OFFICE: With Blue & Nunn. W. H. CLARK CARL HENDE...

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. — 2 November 1906

SPECIAL EXCUMQN ! TO Panhandle of Texas ! ON Tuesday, November 6 ,Te "n? a,0ni W,lh U ee a country between Canyon City and Tulla, Texas, on new Railroad that Is Just belntf completed, that Is at tractlnrf Homeseekers and Investors from all over the United States. We are absolute owners and agents of 100,000 Acres excellent farm land now on sale in any m.e tracts at low prices ond on easy terms, near new growing town c( Happy. Very rich Mark soil, fine climate, splend.d water, ample rainfall. These lands are in Shallow Water District The Great Plains Country of Northwest Texas offers the "LAST CHANCE" to the investor and UmrbuiWer in U. h. No finer lands on earth. Several of your leading citizens have already purchased UhIs from us and have made H,g Prof.is. Thousands of people are going to the Panhandle on each rteumion day. Lands have advunced last 12 months over 100 per cent and a similar advance can reasonably he expected within next 12 or 18 months by those who Invest now. Crops...

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. — 2 November 1906

t 6 ! I m Mill I I '5t:iDillill9!!lftv i There's a Style Treat and a Quality Surprise in store for you and your Boy Just in from the Great Tailorics in New York a fresh lot of the Latest Styles of Mrs. Jane Hopkins Boy Proof Clothes in all the Sizes Characteristic Patterns and Peiendable Fabrics. Tailoring is top-notch and prices are at bed rock. A Full Line of Men's Suits and Overcoats McCONNELL & STONE THE CASH STORE -' I 0PA1 NFUK The Continued Story LlVilL IlLllJ of Current Events Weton i Weather ia cool and pleasant. Henry Scott is improving nicely. J. N. Swansey went to Marion Sat urday. Tube Jamtt waa in tn Sunday. William I'lew ha returned frum New Orleans. The large earner Sprague went up but week. Mr. Kemp shipped some cattle, from her Sunday. Them will be Sunday school lecture h'e Thurdy, Nov. 1. Mrs, Emma Hughes and daughter, Mamie, were in town Saturday (hop ping. There will be a spelling at Baker Friday night between Baker and Opue aum Hollow. Ma Margaret Rankin ia...

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. — 2 November 1906

"1 1 1 1 li 1 1 4 1 III '?Miiiiii3iiiSl Jk c i'i There's a Style Treat and a Quality Surprise In store for you and your Boy Just in from the Great Tailories in New York a fresh lot of the Latest Styles of t Mrs. Jane Hopkins Characteristic Patterns anil Dejiendable Fabrics. Tailoring is top-notch and prices are at bod rock. A Pull Line of Men's Suits and Overcoats McCONNELL THE CASH STORE w-w4-M"H"m t44w4-r -h-m-h unit 1 OP A I WFW The Continued Story LUlslL MLiIJ of Current Events Weiton i Weather ii cool and pleasant. Henry Scott U improving nicely. J. N. Swansey went to Marion Sat urday. Tube Jami-s was in town Sunday. William Fit-w ha returned from New Orleans. The large earner Sprague went up last week. Mr. Kemp shipped tome cattle, from here Sunday. Theia will be a Sunday school lecture here Thursday, Nov. 1. Mrs. Emma Huhe and daughter, Mamie, were in town Saturday shop ping. There will be a spelling at Baker Friday night between Baker and Opus- um Hollow. Mia Margaret Rankin...

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. — 9 November 1906

tfrit iftEEtfEH VOLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., NOV. 9,1905. NUMBER 18. GOV. DtLKHl WINS-CONTFST '""''""'riiWEDDiNo bells FOR SENATOR BY OVER 4,000 Republicans Gain Victories in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania REPUBLICANS ELECTED 222 CONGRESSMEN "What's th? new?" 0:0 "Ootuny Kentucky new?" 0:0 "Hurrah for Hearst!" MI "licckhuin's got cmxkinneda block. 0:0 'Where that from? Irujianapciliit ! p-Jiaw!!" 0:0 j "But. her ti-u Hag.r's next-tiov.'inor.Vl :'l ! MERRILY RING And Cupid Makes His Presence Fell By Siime of the Young' People of Our City REV. MORES TO MARRY THE 15 .s.-'jrky the lai'r f"f Ihf II mi ' r I nit-'d Stat. Senator in ! rutir parly ha ! i very v .-..rding to the sitnatio.i thi. '..v.-inor r.'iklp.nii in. i ln-lli-' majority m! n,- ,ii ., f ir liov frt.nr. A i-lit.ir S. t .m defeated V t ti :,i li, tin- fare i-f it dint., sliil, !i irk has In utcn Liiiard t ji " -i toy tiencral. t i k y t ' .i re. t. ,t,,i I i ii li- .! 0.' M fill'liN ( t i tint .1 i ii. i j, 'ti...

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. — 9 November 1906

aA rent itfeHira Be COftL VOLUME 3. BECKHAM US CONTEST FOR SENATOR BY OVER 4,000 Republicans Gain Victories in Massachusetts ' anil Pennsylvania REPUBUCANS- ELECTED 222 UtSSXEN MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY NOV. 9, 190S. Overheard by Opwrator Election Night j jgjjj MERRILY RING NUMBER 18. "What's thf ncwa'.'" 0:0 "fiotuny KcnUicky news?" H:0 "Hurrah for lloam!" 0:0 "llcrkhuin'agnt cm skinned a block." 0:0 "Where' (hut from? ImJiari tpoiin pshaw!!" And Ciipld Makes His Presonce Felt By Smiie of the Young' People olOurLlty sie Cooier EHia, to the Uev. Benja min Andrea, of this city. ' Mr. Andrea has been the pastor of the Presbyterian church for, the pnat fight months ami has proven himself an efficient pastor ami an able minister. Miss Kills is said to he quite a charm ing young lady. The wedding will take place in Louis-' Vllle Nov. IS, at the WestMininter Presbyterian church. REV. MORES TO MARRY THE 15 lieu icr (i'ii llau'i-r's iiexMJnvernor., o.o I- I', ,- ' H-) (he Mil for dii' h...

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. — 9 November 1906

LITTLE RECORDS. W. Nunn. Dentist. "'rt'.sh mackerel at G. L. Dial's 4. H. Loving, of Paducah, was in fne city Friday. . R. Farris, of Salem, was in the nf) Friday. 3. H. Cassidy, of Louisville, was in fie city Friday. 'lurry Watkins, of Mayfield, was in f.v city Friday. Juy Olive spent Sunday with friends 1.1 l-Mdyville. Miss Eiuie White left Saturday for v'lllivan where she will visit Prof. V. G. Kee spent Saturday and imliiy at his home in Ripley, Tenn. Mrs. L. A. Weldon, of Tolu, is the fithtof herdaughter, Mrs. C. B. Hina. Mrs. Adah Cavcnder was the guest ' Mrs. John Ray, of Fredonia, Sunday. Misa Maud Watkins. of Mayfield, a, the guest of Miss Katie Yates Friday. Mm. A. J. Pickens went to Russell v .Ik- Friday to visit Miss Fredda, who attending school there. Miss Nellie Gray, of Salem, passed trough town Friday enroute to Hop V msville to visit her brother. Miss Edna Cole, of Fredonia, arrived hi the city Sunday. She will ambit Mr.-. Carloss with her sewing ..ul Coal-Coal-Coal...

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. — 9 November 1906

FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF CRITTENDEN COUNTY Showing Claims Allowed From Sept. 7, 1905 lo Sept. 7, 1906 A Jalilf. Adu"v A J'"'" Allen. H. I.. AlviH. Will. J. R., 8 d p-t on rd. J. C, 2 d p-t on rd. J. F.. S d p-t on rd. C. A., S d p-t on rd . 2 d p-t on rd 2 1 d p-t oo rd.. Anh r. Marvin, I d p-t on rd. . Ah Ik. John, 1V4 d p-t on rd. . ui.iiiIki', John, I d p-t on rd A ni hi . H. R-. 4 d p-t on rd. . A-dii r. .1. 0., Inqumlll'm i:;icih 1. C li. r, J. O., wit. rar. w)k . . rt!.,, k, Will, 2 d p t on rd. . . A Ion to, S H d on nl . J II . 2 St d p-l on ril . Ad. '! , J. F.. JilclKi' of tX . . . ti1.lt"'-. J. F , Judre Of clod . .l rhlKi'. V. K., Judge Of eloct i J I) . JtldKe elect .. K , d p-l on rd . .!'', I d p-t on nl F... rep. brldite .! k Pierce, ahnrp iL h. etc i I'urlla', win k fur Co . , A. Oliver. rili- K brldi;.' . i I (I , file botoa U 'i. .1 . fir rimca mill III . 'U-lllon pflH'la , I J T., lumber fur nl . . 'i n k 1'nria, lumber fur Cu : ii - k Nnnn, m. In op'nK rd 1.25 run...

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. — 9 November 1906

Cbe Crittenden Record. ISfiUED WEEKLY. CEO. M. CR1DER, J. FRANK CONGER. Editori VERNON OAKLEY. Secy, and Trea.. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered an sii-ond-clti!. mutter Julj I". l'.KH. al the potoltice at Marian, Ky., uniler A.'t of Con pa Jf Miirrh . 179. nims in have nr aridm illllvL.I a tmtriil alu-ai uive llir imwi utnw tti whu'h ytaji' iaiei- l.s ku inv a well m the pn.t.fliri to n-hu li you wish II MVll While .tut I'olunilir art alwuis nMn f.ir tho li.-cu-skhi f any i-il?tunl julj't. e ilt not net-ii..-tiil iniii.iM. the ni.inH.ns .f i-miti ibiiloo. Anoiivmotir. Ii-ttrri will not Is- noticed tlierefo.-r ci iiiM.inlt'iits will ptt'UM' irive lh'ir numes-nnl iw.'e.v-arily fur .ut 1 !) fitith. iciilion, lint iv mi vMili'iif' TELEPHONE 136 FRIDAY. NOV. St. ,19il if you wart p try Lron-l for Marion, cnine house Friday ruirht. something the it tirt t. i ur tobacco men ale geltitii: busy. Quite a lot of tobacco has lit en bought. Most of thebuyers think it is toohiL'h. Al! t...

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