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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 9 November 1906

srr-fa Economy and Quality Combined The pleasing price 'savings in this store are made double welcome by satisfactory quality Low prices do not mean inferior or questionable merchandise here. They never have ancf it is our earner purpose to see that they never shall. Values that deserve your warm approval are the leading point ot interest. V alucs that you can count upon. Values that give you the most for the monev. Price Savings that you will remember with keenest pleasure in the time to come. Mens and Boys Clothing I r .'.YJ. f -' MM Styles and Materials that Guar antee Absolute Satisfaction .k'ii.-' Fancy Cheviots and Black Suits, all good pat terns, hand tailored and close fitting, shape retaining, all sizes at roasonal.de prices. OVERCOATS FOR MEN AND BOYS An exceptionally strong offering in Men and Boys all Wool and Black Fancy and Cheviot Overcoats. Complete Range of Sizes Prices Rock Bottom The Latest Styles in Up-to-date Hats THE CASH STORE" McConnell & Stone MARION, KE...

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. — 9 November 1906

..JHE TEACHERS INSTITUTE.... THURSDAY MORNING (Csotinued from last week) After tire usual devotional exercises v&ich were conducted this morning by -Cev. Andres, and after the roll c a 1 1 Prof. V. G. Kee made a motion to set side forty minutes of the institutes time to be used by Prof. C C. Cherry, of the State Normal School in an ad dress to the teachers. Prof. Cherry after thanking the insti tute for the courtesy just shown made am eloquent and very interesting talk on the need of better teachers and schools n Kentucky. He pointed out that in smuch as at present the teachers of Crittenden represented about 5,000 school children, the training of those teacher was a very important factor in whet Crittenden county and Kentucky would be forty years from now. He gave statements of facts proving' that Kentucky stands thirty-seventh in the dnimber of her educated population, suying that the changing of this condi tio depended on the teacher. He voiced the sentiment of the teachers k...

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. — 9 November 1906

90 00 9. CO Financial Statement (Continued from third pago) County 41.69 Hun A Cok, hdw fur Co 41 lunt. W. L., wk with grdr, 6 per cent Intcreat lunt, W. L., hand with grader f per oent Interest od. Road Mch. Co., loud idr.20U.O0 .':kckwn, J. V., brick Tor walk. IM.Cit .ackson, Marion, divine grave 3 00 .ames, W. L., S Vi it pt on nl .ones, W. 8., 6 d p-t on rd. . unit. Horry, 10 d p-t on rd. . icnnlngs, J. I- . 10 (I p-t on rd and lumber j icobs, Orecn, J Vj dpi on rii Janes, T. T., 1 d p-t on rd .intos, W. C., I U p-t on nl . 'I'unlnirn, J., i d p-t on rd . . Jurats, J. H , 4 d p-t on id. . James, Aaron, d p-t on rd . loboson, lino., 2 d p-t on rd . . .i.ycf. James, 2 d p-t on rd. . c (Treys. C, S d p-t on rd . . . obnuon, Geo., 4 d p-t on rd. . ackson, Dave, 4 d p-t on rd . . Voklns, 8. M , pig flnil stamts 50 00 'anioa, (J. 8., I urn for road . 7. so .hnaon. I rle. S d p-t on rd . . Wnies. Jnrk, 4 d p t on rd . it-nklna, 8. M , Igtng purposes ickson, Charli'y, nnlU on rd. .scobs...

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. — 9 November 1906

....-.-...'..,.. 1 v ! n (t li (i I ImAI NFW The Continued Story LtWylLi llLllJ . of Current Events Fredonia and Kelsey ! Mrs. Hallie Utley, of Salem, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Cora Critten den, nf near here. K. K. Towery was in Marion- Tliurs i day on business. Several from here are attending the Tribune A good corn crop is being gathered in this section. K. I. Travis went to llookinsville Dr. (. ('. Cook am) Charlie CI ... ... ... ,, , I .several Horn nere are atl i . i , ,, win go m ine riinnumne, lexas, on a . , , .. , ,. . r rank AckniWe an son. Knirnno f . ... . : protracted meeting at Omnn ' " . prospecting tour. Marion, are building a 'dwelling house ; The spelling at l.amh Kri.lav night for Tom Ordway. I.ev. Henry TKdloman is in vy. .... ,, . . .' critical condition with droiisv. 1 present. Mr. I'lie Tlirelkeld is now at Call- ', , ,. , , . . . 11 i.Mii;..., .... i ....... , , James Fowler, of Marion, was here. Nun M. I nilliiis nnl wen springs ne.pmg Key. K. a. La- ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 November 1906

rrri? f ittEHldEH JBfeCOf li VOLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., NOV. 16, 1906. NUMBER 19. BE . J. C. HODGE MPT. J. W. BUSH m nmmi sun huso attuk- M limi SIDDLVLI I'. Hudge Bad Just Relumed im Padticab and Wis In Best ol Health- wire my bow in in iiKiif Our n IRhlmfllig l'll. Sunt IiIuikI. ik notil'T today than it hit been for many on ari'ount of the Ml klen deaths nf its moot prominent eiti.ens. I.m J.l. '. Islg Mini Cupt J W. Huah, l'th attorney of that place, hiih mlil'et vVcrmivu'av rrti!f!e, November II. Pi. Mi limine went In I'silia uh V nines .ty .ohI ihi hia return trip met ln 'n-nd Mr John I.. liraot, nn Hie -t l. a Ulkll.i; of liu e vlli nt hmIiIi. and Mid he hint iltiii taken f.nal rsre nf himself and multl no n-kw n hv a man should nut live to be ..or lniiiilre-1 year old. When the boat armed at Snull.l.inil Mr. II. .Ice left 'it and went to hu 'hiiih , hut r turned to it 11 bui-ine a lew minute later While talking, he -nk to the 1 of Iti boat and in a '. 'ninutea ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 November 1906

SENATOR BEVERID5E MORAL COWARUiCE KATErtL TO AMEK lldc.i! fur II. use Mo In Seek flu-ccivc "Hut tok raiii'e of opinion does not mean tolerance of crime. There should be peace between iin honest man and another honest man who believes eacli other to be in error. But between honest men and dishonest men there should be no peace. That Ls what the Savior meant when he said, 'I como not to bring peace but a sword. ' That is what he meant when ho overturned the tables of the money-changers and with whip in hand scourged them from , the Temple. There are three funda mental crimes-falsehood, theft and murder. And as we have the churr h for the religious, the state for the cit izen) and the school for the building up of both, so we have the penitentiary for the preservation of both. "All tolerance for opinion, no tole rance for crime. The fret and open forum for honest thinkers; the prison bars and lockstep for plunderers of the people. Honor and praise for him who braverly maintains his opi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 November 1906

it K K M II U.Mll MICH I .. .. . . . . . PROM A . . . BOILER ..TO A.. b 0 L T! MINER GETS MEDAL. 1 I Carnegie Regard ef ' "00 Will Pay Mortg'j on His Home. WEaLSl.ll Kinds of Machinery :AND REPAIR EVERYTHING X ' ' nnii" w. ' ' ", ill:, '' 4.. ,1. ,.; -. ;: ii 11 ituiti. 1 r 11. : ,1 ...i ,i .' il e, ;t:.i ; a-'lu iii!' ..'. ,'.' 1 hi. 1, .. ri. Let ui sell you your Pipe, Pipe Fitting!, Plumbing Good i and Fixtures Si, u n 1'iimpa W. ll rum Tank Pump Pulley Ho1, 11, ,111111 Shafting Injector Strainers l.oliricutor Urate Hnr ' 1 1 In uihI 1 iili-r I i I ! Ilr.l.ln'l. I-Ml'l' U'llthtT Hnhbel Metal IUI.'I'i liii-ulllH' Klit!lllrn Horse Shoeing the Very lest We art- IJlacksmiths. l'lumbcrs :inl Machinists " All we ask is a trial. I'atnmir your Hume Man U Eskew Brothers Machinists IMuinbir.N ond bl(1(hSMIlHVN Monun. - Kentucky Hi There cri Mr. Farmer! WILL S. H1CKUN hat bought out Ordway Bro., &. Guru in the Livrry Buiinrti and will con tinue the buninrit at the old stand H Yes He Wil...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 November 1906

Cloaks and Furs! j To Get all the Goods Out j Of the Money You Spend ! .A STOCK or Clothing That will please you to buy be cause they will give you perfect satisfaction to wear. C.1 r. li 1 1 I M v wm More New Ones Right Styles Less Price SEE OUR k $6.50 Ladies Cloak For $4.50 ITS WORTH ITS LOOKS Wet Weather Shoes That Give Satisfaction You Get the Best When you Buy ours New Style Hats and Caps Cbt Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. CEO. M CRIDER, J. FRANK COWCER Editors VERNON OAKLEY, itj. and Tret. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered u secood-etei awtlrr luljr W 1SOI. at tlM poatoAV at Marion. Ejr.. urVf Art of On. i of March 8, Wit. If ATCI 1" ritm la haw tour kitdmi ISW I IVCS "wM h fwrt. jn.-.rfa.lhepo.Wficeto.Uhyou .-hi.ly decided tQ make st,c anJ wtew w mmi mi PWf m While our columns are alaay.oprn lor th du ration of anjr relevant ruhyrel. we do not neee. arily indorae the opinkxu of catrtributnra. j Anonymous letters will not b noticed: therefor eormpncident win ptra l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 November 1906

II Economy and (Quality Combined C -.toon roTMH LXIl" WM : : The pleasing price savings in this store are made double welcome by satisfactory quality. Low prices do not mean inferior or questionable merchandise here. They never have ana it is our earnest pui ose to see that they never shall. Values that deserve your warm approval are the leadir of interest. Values that you can count upon. Values that give you the most for the money. Saving that you will remember with keenest pleasure in the time to come. tl nee . w r av II III II ?.! JrtKV"i,''H III my i LITTLE RECORDS. W. Sunn. lenttt 1 rrrsh mackerel at ti. I. Iil' ( yS M rent rash. Sril. j Hnry llayaes was in Mexico Mnn-1 dV J. (). (tray, of Salem, was in Wwn Hoarders wanted Mas. l. It Air.iinrov C4. I. C. K4.erU arrived in th. city! Saturday. Buy the let meat from J. W. Civ. en A Son. Dr. (Wear Fox, rf View, waa in town Saturday. lh J. K. Fx. of l-ev..'. as in th tty Saturday. Turkeys lOrer.b. per .pound. StNWAS. Mn. I. L Hard, ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 November 1906

m Rhcufflfltism w il! lit Pay? To write a good hand To understand bookkeeping To Write Shorthand Hundreds of Graduates in Good Positions Say A BECAUSE there is employment fur every capable book l keeper and stenographer. The wajres are satisfactory u J and no other kind 01 work affords equal chances for promotion. For more than twelve years, throughout the Central West the name C A a ' Business cMM Colege Has st.l for tlii' very highest irrailc of Commercial KdiK aiior.. Tlmusniils of rrail-uau-s attest to the thoroujihnoss of our courses of instruction. Over Five Mundivtl Students attended during the past ye.ir. Positions for all who complete our comliinccl liusini'ss and stenographic courses. No vacation. Mid-Winter Term Begins January 2, 1907. Cut out cniN?i lielow and send it to Lock year s business College. Hopkinsville. Ky,, or Kvansville. IrA. and you will receive our handsome catalogue which jri.es full partic ulars. Make yo;ir preparations to enter at hejrinniny; of term. C...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 November 1906

'wmwuj "Never Fail a T0: a Soldiers I tittar f ' ick Up A GOOD THING ! 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 n This opportunity comes only once. You need accept only once. Don't fail to pick up a good thing Send in your subscription at once. 3E3 The Best Gasoline' Engine for the Money ! Built Today! Built to Stay! Built to Pay! The Largest Machinery Company Is behind this Engine with Twenty Millions Capitol The Cheapest The Best The Longest Life The International Harvester Co. toll on WILL U. HOWERTON, Repton, Ky., Agent tor Crittenden County, for terms and. prices. Deeds Recorded Mr. V. !. Karri. and hu.bnd to A. 1 ILkcr. 15 acre, of Un.l on I'mry '!, Anniu E. Union to A. C. Babh, li-HiM- end k't in Clarion, I.. It. II. NmIU to T. II. Cochran. KT J rtn (.f Un.l in Crittenden foiinlj 5lt.IV Uanord'Ford to C, W. Robin T.1 re. of land on C...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 16 November 1906

. lvyr.1 ma to jU!.brFMa5MMMMMMbciMMKTir jtHnlno Machinery For sr n a i a nii iiiii fit u uui ijiii Sale Perfectly Satisfied 1 ''MW 15 gallon l water J U t bested to the point ol A h(r ffe"urf ' boiling, while brtktat ,h '"ylltab'f r it cooking. When water 'i "a,,r ,f,,, h" oil loo hoi reservoir lM',,n wr,,ait ' ' can bo moved awsy 'jp ,,her- ul1" jl' " Irom (ire by thiftina ;l hot "t l tho leaver ihown. I all MDi ol the honte I: I place ol reiervoir Take One Shot Anyway i EVERY DOLLAR SPEND HERE ENTITLES TO ONE MORE CHANCE AT THE BEAUTIFUL RANGE .C.T MRS. A. S. CA VENDER ABOUT IT W E HAVE NO TIME TO TALK MORE PI LOCAL NEWS The Continued Story of Current events Blackburn Uncle Bennett ('rider in im the sick lint. Little Herbert Herron in very ill with pneumonia fever. James Rant M no better at thia writing. Dr. Orr and daughter Mrs. !ra f r,j way. III., attended the iMiofj. Sun day. lee Hughe, of l'haM-l Hill, attended the dedication. W. H. Onlway. of Craynevillc. ht teiided I he de...

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. — 23 November 1906

rmtu IftEEdEH DIE ' 1 VOLUME 3. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY, NOV. 23, 1906. NUMBER 20. ON A TOUR OF I NSPECTION Hn Old Prospector Gains Val uable Information and make it pay a dividend. All of the above mentioned mine are owned by different companiea and the major ity are now residents. Some of them havo not been in thin district for two yeara and do not know of the progrea that hat tx-vn made in that time. I undenttand that some of the mine were shut down because the ore waa not marketable and had no separation for the ore. I say to you come and let the Sandrrs "sight" you. Take a drive and lo..k at a few of the mines that tht people who own them hud the courage und confidenc e in the district to go jmt januic deeper than you have gone. , .. ,, , ui . . iSl"'h n,1"'" the Klondike, Nnnry twwmlng trie Varluus Mineral elns iiank ami cuiu in Livingston county lii iiur District Made Trip Over LaRue Vein 01HIKMVSOF THE DISTRICT i ', .lav ago in order to gain some rinn concerning the fo...

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. — 23 November 1906

V (I I BAPTISTSAREGETTINGACTIVE Gives $100,000 For University Theo dore Harris Donor of Rich - Gift Prospect of a great Baptist Universi ty in Louisville that in time will equal the great Baptist institution in Chicago developed at an educational mass-meeting of Louisville Baptists held at Broadway Baptist church under the auspices of the Kentucky Baptist Education Society at which $105,000 was subscribed for the cause within a few minutes. One hundred thousand dollars of the amount was the gift of Theodore Harris, President of the Louisville Nashville Banking Company. With a like gift previously subscribed by Dr. A. Catliff, of Williamsburg, Ky., the society now has on hand $205,000 of fund of $501), 000 to b raised in an educational campaign of which the mass-meeting last evening was the first step. The new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium, Chloroform or any other stupifving or poisonous drug. But it passes Dr. Shoop's Cough Cur...

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. — 23 November 1906

LONG SERMONS, AND LONG FACES Pllsl(Ml llhajajafiai liltJtltlliVlfi . . . PROM A... BOILER . ..TO A . . BOLT! Ant .f JP THFDF IS NO I ISF IN TALKING far 7:.a-hr:ivin s Were Not Fzs';.ve, ut Colemn. Occasions Modernized by Circumstances. ,all. Kinds of Machinery AND REPAIR EVERYTHING 3 PROCLAHATlOn Let us ell you your Pipe, Pipe Fitting, Plumbing Goods and Fixtures Bv 60V. AHDBOft St tm 1 Swam Pumi Well I'umi Tank Pump Pulley Hum. Ilrltlng Shaftm lnjactor c-lrainern Steam Ciiuuje Lubricator l.ace. leather Unite Ham Italiliet Metal I'ackinir Holler Oil and Oiler (iaiuiline Enifine H i Horse 'Shoeinn the Veru lpt . . - nvar W'SkJ SJ We are Blacksmiths, numbers and Machinists All we ask is a trial. Patronize your Home Man Eskew Brothers Machinists Plumbers and bldiksrniths Marion, - Kent inky si:nHniiiiKnKi(anK(i:(iii(iiMituniinKiiuiuau)!inR a. fc' Hi There 1 Mr. Farmer! WILL S. HICKLIN.has boughq out.Ordway Bros., & Guru in the Livery Business and will con tinue'the business'at the ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 November 1906

SEE OUR $6.50 Ladies Cloak For $4.50 ITS WORTH ITS LOOKS W Wet Weather Shoes, That Give Satisfaction You Get the Best When you Buy oun To Get all the Goods Out Of the Money You Spend j A STOCK OP. Cloaks and Furs ! ! More New Ones Right Styles Less Price And have the Satisfaction of Wearing High-Class Clothes you must trade with Yandell Gugenheim Company We handle the Best Stock of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Shoes, Furnishings, Clothing, Hats, Carpets, Rugs, and Mattings BEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM LOWEST PRICES ARE OUR INDUCEMENTS WE SUIT YOU WE SAVE YOU DOLLARS Keep in touch with us for we are receiving new ones every day Clothing That will please you to buy be cause they will give you perfect satisfaction to wear. They Fit They Look Best They Wear Longest For Less Money Suits, Overcoats, Pants! For Men, Boys and Children Yandell-Gugenheim Co. New Style Hats and Caps Everything in Clothes Cbe Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. CEO. M. CRIDER. Editor J. FRANK CONGER, i VERNON OAKLEY. Scy...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 November 1906

LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn. Dentin. . . S. F. Peek, of Dycusburg, wan in town Monday. No hunting allowed on my firm. M. 0. Ehkew. Chaa. Lear, of Tolu, wa in town Monday. One cent-a tablet, ruler or eraser at Koh'. Johnson Eaaley, of Fredonia, was in the city Sunday. Buy your holiday good early at Foha. Io it now. F. M. Moore, of Princeton, wat in the city Monday. For Sale: -Pea hay, bsiled.--A. J. liartaell, Repton, Ky. Jim Daughtry, of Blodgett Mo., waa in th city Monday. Boarders wanted.'" fklLMaa. D.B. Wkimton.B T. R. Troendle, of Hopklnsville, at tended court here thit week. Judge Ynet, of Madisonville, was in the city attending court this week. C. C. Grehm, of Padurah, attend ed court her this week. Toys, notions, china and glanaware at Fh. Also kw prices there. John D. Gregory, chief of olice, of Dycusburg, was in the rity this week. Sugar from to 24 lbs for $1.0". 0 L. Dial. Hon. and Mrs. John I.. tirayot are Kiienta at Hotel Crittenden this week. Let us fill your coal house ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 November 1906

You Pay? Look Yellow saw" ti . ' ' Will P. VT at IT. . s-r- vVV To write a good hand To understand bookkeeping To Write Shorthand Hundreds of Graduates in Good Positions Say JL agr, BECAUSE there is employment for every capable book- IT keeper and stenographer. The wages are satisfactory 1 B r uy u an no otner kinJ 0f yrQjfo affords equal chances for promotion. For more than twelve years, throughout the Central W est the name Has stood for the very highest grade of Commercial Education. Thousands of grad uates attest to the thoroughness of our courses of instruction. Over Five Hundred Students attended during the past year. Positions for all who complete our combined business and stenographic courses. No vacation. Mid-Winter Term Begins January 2, 1007. Cut out coupon below and send it to Lock years IUisir.ess College, Hopkinsville. Ky., or Evansville, Ind., and you will receive our handsome catalogue which gives full partic ulars. Make your preparations to enter at beginning of ter...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 November 1906

i d Here it g We will give you a year's subscription to The n Crittenden Rprnrd -- ..va " Y -VJI J OUUOVI ipiiuil to the Louisville Herald, daily except Sunday FOR ONLY $2.00 mm IE3E 3E Built Today! Built to Stay ! Built to Pay! The Largest Maihlncry Company Is behind this Engine with Twenty Millions Copital The Cheapest The Best The Longest Life The International Harvester Co. Call on WILL U. HOWCRTON, Repton, rty.. Agent for Crittenden County, for terms and prices. Morn with whit rag. upon their . , t'hea.L. (A coirration of the hadjis ) k Soldier's Idler I i..twe.ki 1 worl command ru.hed up yell that filled with victory and fight - uch yell no foot 111 team nev er knew. I'p they went to the lip of the crater and over the flank of the or.... Tk l;.,f 1 h rrater and the f rater lUelf down beUw were .warm- 1 .1. i c ihm na; wnn iion. -- --.-i frightful, while the f.eea nf other were a. Ine nreMive a that of the 1 Moro who .ell. pearl. hrll. or t nive. , to the Ameri' ar in Jo'o. but...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 23 November 1906

301 1 I ftPAI IWFltK The Continued Story LUWlL llLlfJ or Current events Blackburn I Merchandise at Cost Mrs. Thomas Fralick is still improv ing at this writing. Mrs. John Corley, of Tribune, is very sick. Bill Boyd has moved on John Riley Lamb's farm. C. C. Ramsev, of Shady Grove, pass ed through here Wednesday afternoon. Gabe Towery was here milling Fri day. If you want good meal go to James McConnell. Our school is progressing nicely with Richard McDowell as teacher. Monroe Coleman and wife visited her mother, Mrs. Joyce, of Shady Grove, Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Nannie Eskew is on the sick list at present. John Murrey and Oilie McConnell ent to Marion Monday. Uncle Jack Eskew and wife visited Dr. Orr Monday. Bill Boyd and daughter, Miss Atha, Went to Marion Monday. Our friend Allen Andres passed through here Monday. Dr. Fralick went to Marion Monday. All Travis will move on Tom Travis's farm. Rev. Davis visited Joe McDowell and family Sunday. i Joseph Boyd has moved on Willinm...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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