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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 December 1908

f iszh s?S& I Ck. . y2? Hi I 'HI iEk XMAS IS SURE TO COIVSE ONCE A YEAP, BUI SUCH BARGAINS AS WE ARE OFFERING IN CLOTHING WILL SELDOM CMl IN A LIFETIME. These arc fine good but not many of a kind Here jour chance to buy good Suits at a Big Saving Boys Knee Pants Suits Special Prices- -ASS the newest models in ail the neuest shades STYLE CLOTHES that fit are here Overcoats Crayenettes fot Men and Boys. We can fit you We can suit you. PRICES TO PLEASE YOU STfie CrittCnbtn fiCCOrll'Drcfis'iirc not pal n-ht awa), I will bi S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered at second-class matter February 9th. ivo? at the postotbee at Marion. Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March . tS79. STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. TERMS OH SUBSCRIPTION Single copies mailed os i month called to any address is " " " j month 75 " " " I year 1.50 " " 4 years j.oo CASH ADVERTISING RATES- ?;c per inch S C. to Foreign Advertiser. inc per inch S C. to Home Adtertiter Repeated ids one-half rate. Metat bases on...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 December 1908

Jr-i a ) 5) a "' T OT , , V v-1 '(- feftftfeMMMMMMMMftMMftMi.iMMM From the Factory to Us 9 ESj&EE. i MIDDLE MAN -& Right now is the Ui;c: the place is O00 -W toi CLOTHING the Old Man, Little Boys and Large Bnjs, in Suits, Overcoats, and' Extra Pants, and uc mean to close outall Winter ueights You gel the benefit of the 80DLE MANS' PROFIT J r . -- ? r i- . . t. i j. I X j.i ?! ....! t j C Here: and ours are the dollies lliat 3 ror " wc ouSiu inwe irom me jooocr, wc wouia nave xo have caused Ihc good dressers of " town and county to sil up and take notice. Wc liavc llieui for the "$ Young Man. the Middle Aged and pay rnoro tor ihe same quality, or the same tor interior quality, so, if you buy from us you are directly the one benefitted. Carpots, R115S and Drug gets, Lac Curtains, White Quilts Table , Linen, Napkins and Linen Towels. SHIRTS A full line of Percale, Mad ras and Linen Shirts, plain and pleated bosom, attached and detached cuffs. Latest Styles and Colors. Si Clothi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 December 1908

b k , . v Bl fkkv) iyV I If m IS I oa ii i ifo 1 - " - - O kr EDUCATIONAL COLUMN Miss Hard. Hditor in Chief. Mrs. Kitty Ferry. J, W. E. E Phillips and . H. McNeely, Associate Edilor. AS IS THE TEACHER. SO IS THE SCHOOL: therefore the object of these Columns is to help the teacher through co operation anil communication with his fellow teacher. COUNTY EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY Snpt.John II. ram, Chairman CJias. W. Fox Ch'r'm Div. no. i, James Canada. Sec. T. Griffith. Ch r'm Div. No a W. D. Canditt. Sec W E Smith. Ch'r'm Div. No. 3, J. R. Summerville. Sec. J. A. Ordway Ch'r'm Div. No. 4, V. L. James Sec. KDITATION. Education Is the preparation for complete living. Spencer. Let me make the schools and I care not who makes the laws. F. R. Sill. Let me select the teacher and I care not who arranges the course of ptudy. Emerson. Education Is a better safeguard of liberty than a standing army. Edward Everett. Books, schools, education, are the scaffolding by means of which God builds up the h...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 December 1908

i PRESIDENT TO CONGRESS Message Read to Both Houses of National Assembly vfyEGISLATlON CALLED FOR Financial Standing of the Nation Declared excellent Control of Corporations, the President Thinks, Should De Left to the National Government Labor Leaders Come In for Criticism Respect for Law Vital to the of Country. Washington. The of KooRuvult wuh read In both hotisivi of ronj;rcHK TtioNiluy In nub-stance tho document wiu ah follows: To (ho Nctinte nmt House of Tim financial standing of (lie nation at tlit present time U excellent, unit thn financial iniimigeiueiil if the Interests lijr tli.' government during the hint seven yent ha ihnwa thn moat aa results Hut our currency system l Imperfect, nml It I ti lie hope.) tliat the currency commission will be able to propone a thoroughly KfMiit system wlili h will 4 away with the eilatlng defei t li rlnic tin iwrln.t from July I, INI. te 8itnlT JO, l: there w aa Inrrrnan In the amount of money In ctrculMloa af tfcK.nt.0f. Tha Incrnnae lu ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 December 1908

3S& ESteJS1? i rilrtWMV4. Wftii HS,lfi"'j '"' fr""" " wvafrffl yr t 1 Iff? 4hM4.4i4..s K 4tt4fr 4.4i"i'H'4 fLS R I'M -But it is DOLLARS in Your T ffi. This is Just a ws!isx3 B of the Good things to be Seen in Our Store POGKETS to trade with us. tl - & tl i T ft k w: i o 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 STUDEBAKER WAGONS. Al.iain tp lead, ir STYLE, QUALITY. FINISH. DURABILITY, MAIKUIAL, OUK.M ANSI! IP.uud nil that goo to make a wagon complete andpurfect. The STUDEBAKER has stood the TEST for more than llfty j ears, and is bettor today than ever hefore. The point with owners of Stude-baker wagons, IS, not how much will the wagon carry, BUT, how much will the team pull. If you are in the market for a wagon? Don't fail to see the STUDEBAKER before ou buy. Don'c take our word for its MERITS but ask YOUR NEIGHBOR. He has one. A few Genuine Delker Buggies at a Bargain Come while they last. Main Street. 4.4MJ.Oe MIGHTY Flood Menaces Town-Pine Bluff In Danger Of Being COMPLETELY WIPED Out by the Arkans...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 December 1908

- i . tv '., V " n,' - ' v?j SI (&riilro&wliawi) ffrje& VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY DEC. 17, 1908. NUMBER 29 ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF THE STEMMING DISTRICT Association -Offer on 15,000,000 Pounds of Tobacco Discussed STRONGLY OPPOSE SELLING PART OF 1908 CROP LEFT TO COMMITTEE. Judge Aaron Towery, Presided oyer Thursday, Dec. 10, at 1 o'clock p. I in., the fanners of Crittenden county to tho number of five hundred at Marion to conmder ttio tobacco situation and t lie offer made for Ifi.OOO.OOO pounds of certain typos. Judge Aaron Towcrv, for this county, pro Kided over the meeting. The following resolutions were offered : Resolved, firt Wo wish to most heartily ondorc tho action of our County Chairman. W. B. Runkin, in rcforring to the member the involved in tho pending tobacco deal, and had he not done so wo think f would not have the best interests of the member in mind. Resolved, "ooond, That wo have full confidence in our oxurulivo and. believing that t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 December 1908

r'rtiff'', rwfsji """n?-1 -. -ii '"ni tri;c' " wjupr1 "f "y v i ' " I "N i r F i I 'I- t. ,. . ' i X R. F. DORR Furniture Dealer And Undertaker .-& rsJHEaTKT.: 7- ' TL . " vJA7vTjrywKrr, wwW -v. - . aaMjaa&. Or rAWV . .'5.. .vs??raK J ." , .,;i.'"- MVL. 7 .r -V AmT JKUtin X "! The Cheapest House in the County, to Bu FURNITURE, GASKETS, GOFFIHS, BURIAL ROBES AND EVERYTHING IN THE FURNITURE LINE. Give him a call before purchasing Elsewhere, LICENSED EMBALMER. THOUGHTS WALDO PONDRAY WARREN WHERE TIME GOES the many ways of wastlno time the one most often OF used without realizing It l that of taking an Interest In non-essentials. Men In positions of authority sometimes feel pressed for time In which to accomplish the larger duties which devolve upon them, and yet If some proposition comes up that especially Interests them they will take time to go Into minute detail about It, not because the work needs that close attention, but because they enjoy It. This is especially true with...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 December 1908

v I r j - jrf ifif i 4 tf - x V" - ,n. PLANTERS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION ASSAILED IN SENSATIONA Allegation Made That the Business of the Association is Being Managed to Great Loss of Members OFFICERS CHARGED WITH WRONGFULLY DIVERTING THE ASSOCIATIONS' MONEY Negligence, Malfeasance and Fraud on Others is Charged by Plaintiffs Receiver is Asked For That Associations' Business May be Settled and Confidence in body Restored. Thcae plaintiffs now state that tbo defendant. "The Planters' I'rotco live annotation, of Kentucky, Tennessee nd Virginia," is a joint ntock company, a and en operative association, aud a nominal and uani corporation, composed of a laro number of persons, and tnoro than 5,000 persons living and residing in the stale of Kentucky and Tennessee, which organization in ostensibly organized and created tinder the lawi of tho stato of Kontucky, and doing business in tho sjatcs of Kentucky, Tcrmcssoo and many other states in tho United States of America. That the defendant, T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 December 1908

? V. vVvu! vcfiS ySSZfi Entered as matter February 9th, 1007 at the postoffice at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. ITHtCTLT CASH IX AOVAKCX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copies mailed.. ............ ............ os 1 month mailed to any address 15 " " " 5 months 7J " " " 1 year 1,50 " " " 4 years s 00 CASH ADVERTISING RATES- jsc per inch S C to Foreisn Advertisers. 30c per inch S. C to Home Advertisers. Repeated ids one-half rate. Metal bases only used for Plates and Electros. Local $r pr line Lccals ioc Per line in twelve point tpr. Obituary charges. Twonty lines free if subjects family arcsubscribcra. If not scot in by a subscriber, 5 cents a line for each line. To regular subscribers f cents a line for all over twenty lines. In each and every case, cash to ao-company the copy, no exceptions. THUltSDAY, Dec, 17 1908. The subscription price of tho Cbittkndkn is (and has been since the consolidation of the two papers,) $1.50 per annum, however, to subscr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 December 1908

r -W ?nt vt? . MmMmMMmMMMm!lMmMm&MMMMMMMMM&& SILVER DOLLARS FREE! With each purchase of $1 -OO or paid on account, we give you a TJME CARD which has a g specified time of day printed on it. No two of the same time, and we will distributed SILVER DOLLARS, as follows: $3.00 will be given away every Thursday at 3:OOg p. m.f commencing January 7, 1909 and closing March 25, 1909. The person holding g the card with the nearest exact time the Clock Stops will be given $3.00. Same : card good for each unveiling of the clock. gt "It's an ill wind that blows nobody lood." We are overstocked I n Winter Suits Overcoats and Extra Pants. Now is your chance to get Extra Values in Clothing for we intend to close out all Winter Weight, in prices that will look mighty good to you. Don't wait until the best patterns are gone. Quality MORE NEW HATS. If you want the newest creation in see our line. We have them. TAYLOR & CAN mmwwmmmmwmmwmwwmwmwwww'iiwmm'im V. W. Nunn, dentist, I'rem Huil...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 December 1908

v IHBHBVHHHVVBBSVIVHVPS7ZHiiMMiS(MfHHUrAUlttV'Byi:'Tlt,,EflEHEfliiKLi9B WL ' " i ii i Wnrs lr I 1 m. K . X 4 flYj V H wn H1 ITJ Bar aBBBw m I o ngggtss EDUCATIONAL COLUMN Miss Hard, Editor in Chief. Mrs. Kitty Perry. J, V. Kascoe, E. E Phillips and J. B. McNeely, Associate Edilor. AS IS THE TEACHER. SO IS THE SCHOOL, therefore the object of these Columns is to. help the teacher through co operation and communication with his fellow teacher. COUNTY EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY Supt.John Ii. Paris, Chairman Chas. W. Foil Ch'r'm Div. no. i. James Canada, Sec T. Griffith, Ch'r'm Div. No 2 W. D. Canditt. Sec. V. E. Smith. Ch'r'm Div. No. 3, J. R Summerville. Sec J. A. Ordway Ch'r m Div. No. 4, W. L. James Sec. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION For The Fasten) Division of The County, Convened at Better, Nov. 28. Tho meeting called to order at 10;30 a. ui. by the president, 0. D. Spcncc. Devotional exercises conducted by P. M. Ward. Welcome address, by Bro. Bennct, who gave us a hearty welcome' which nade us...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 December 1908

i Planters' Protective Association Assailed In Sensational Suit (Continued from page three) o ation mnJo and onterod intb with each of tin otlior fi, 000 members for anil on whoso behalf hihI for whoso duo and benefit this action has cum- ienoed nnd prosecuted, except th,t tiIio naid tobacco w.i to lie deli vcroil to and at various and divers plsoos ai above ct out heroin. Plaintiffs now say that pursuant to aid oontraot, these plaintiffs, and dthor mcmbcri of said defendant, "Tho lllantcrs' Protective of Kentucky, Tonnesso and Vir gin a," for whom use and benefit this action ih proKoeuted, did during tho year lUOfi deliver to the said defendant at various placet in Kca tacky and Tennessee, above tot out Heroin about 40,000 hoghoads of to. acao, consisting or about pounds whioh was worth of the value of about tho aura of 17,000,00, and dnrinir tho year 1907, about aO.OOO hoghcads connoting of about 80,000,000 pound aid worth about the anm of $8,000,000, and these plaintiff now have ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 December 1908

" " - , -- MHr75"'" ' ' ""l "-- V,, v. . aiii ..W,...f""l.iH uUK ' ' '' 8 VJ ill I Infill- 'l 1 lc . ' 'fowl ft. H V p St V & K t 4 lull win Be rerTecuy aausneu, ii iuii ouy iuui aitimo rncwni . ium t $ t MCE XMAS PRESENTS FOR WIFE, DAUGHTER OR SWEETHEART The smallest of the "Shear" family would mike a nice present for the wife, daughter or sweetheart We have KEEN KUTTER Shears from the to the largest. When out Xmjs Shopping, don't fail to see our line. "When Looking for something nice for the boy, don't over-look our cattarangus line of knives and razors. You giyehim real satisfaction when you present him with anything in this line. Our Stock is complt and every one is fully warranted. Make your wife happy and yourself pleased, by taking home a set of K. K. Knives and Forks. Every one guaranteed to give service and satisiaciton. One Set in a nice Case Nothing Nicer for a Xmas Presnt. We have Table and Tea Spoons in the same line. eft Main Street. SCHOOL DISMISSED, Georgetown, K...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 December 1908

u M ";"9T ' (Etifltnhm Uttttrhmti V r& w ' 5 sr ak" m rsr s s VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY DEC. 24, 1908. NUMBER 30 HUSBAND 'S Cause Pleaded by Wife of Night Rider Witness -Sanford Hall's ''SIDE PARTNER LOCKED Dp In Jeffersonville, Indlnla Jail For Carrying Concealed Weapon. Tho following sccount of tho ar-rent of Totu Sloven, a leading night ri ler witno nil iil partr.er of Sintord Hall, for carrying a pistol in Jeffereonvillc, ItiJ., is clipped from the Courier Journal of last Thursday: Thomas Stephen, of Lyon county. Kj , who was fined 0110 dollar mid rorin in Jufferfconvlllc (Jily Court Tu-Ny morning on tlm charge of carrying a revolver, woi reloaded' frnin J nil yMterd.u when hi wife pi d ?'.', tho remaining amount f th- .lii'iuoinutit. Mr. Stephen arrived from nunc fiutnt in Tennessee rtv ysterdn mnrnloir and did not Inn her husband wa in trntildo nntil she arrived lioro. When aim l.irned ho w in jsil she broke down and cried like a nliild. She is a good loo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 December 1908

SSaVM? F3EJ v fgggjffi? " r" ,.l:, IJHIkWMMMiMMMiHMNMII VXIOflfr T..j,l .TVjI.V) KSS -' ii r n ,ti nmirfi.iTTtwyi,rtii) - 7P! X'TaS .- - " nsrfrf ----,-' .?-,. ; S B ftfe L a ii aft rfoaifc pfe M& ffr fl ffr ffr dfr fl ffr !& I v?M dn tic on oin oin fin oif sin fin nif l CASH IN ADVA LWr? 1 1 V C And Stop When Time Is Out System Adopted, The Publisher of the Crittenden has Decided to Adopt the CaslviivAdvance and Stop- Policy on All Subscriptions for the Following Reasons. vskJ&'asfo y l.ial' The post-office regulators require us to stop t.io paper when the subscriber becomes nine months in arrears. We find that this requires constant watchfulness and when these subscriptions are stopped, the amounts due us are practically lost to us because we can not see the people personally and collect, and they do not find it convenient to call or remit, and in a short while the thing is forgotten. SECOND Because perhaps one half our subscribers tell us to stop when the time is out ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 December 1908

Sfc J0 1 ft' Hone Mil Ipriiii Stny Notice. Sffr ci '1 If you want a good home mado Taken up as a stray by S. M. broom drop mo a card and I will Jenkins, whoso rcsidenoo is Marion, dolivcr it for 25 cents, Thoy arc Crittenden county, Ky,, on tho 4th worth two of the eastern make, day of December, 1908. Ono rod t f .7. M. Asbridgo. malo calf about 6 or 8 months old It. V. D. 1, City. with no marks or brands (unilU)), and sauii; wns appraineu by J. A. nlgf" (lir'ler ,,n tvcr Cray and J, M. Abridgc, housekeeper J. B. KEVIL, in h.U'I county, at tu',00 Six the Gren I oveomtto itie Lawyer Dollars. This tho 4th day of December, Abstracting a Specialty 11108. Jffioc ib Trees Building, Hoou I W. A, UI.A0KIIORN, l J. C. C. C$ . i m .ARION KlNTDOKT A (Bljrtiatmafl (Earnf jmSj CStmv JLj 81 ' "jBjJjjVwJRjJylj Whto . 4A&4bbTsWv AaewhssjersdistntSiefieefclsj) J WRHSHWJlBv K " Aad to brtsl, ifee diy. I CHRISTMAS land I CIVILIZATION LL Christendom again celebrates the nativity of the founder of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 December 1908

L , . v J ii,. r Bl( m cww.'m..if jVTr ' "ttjfe ' "w i ,- gygg SHOP -WHERE YOURMONEY GOES FARTHEST PANTS-VESTS Suits and FOR THURSDAY, Deo, 24 1908. Overcoat XMAS If you havn't bought one yet Its a fine time to buy one now We have tfcem in all the new StylesPopular colors as well as black, BUY YOUR OUT FIT FROM US. You'll get what you need A Suit or Overcoat Is a fine present forthe BOY Special Low Price On All Clothing. GIFTS FOR MAN OR BOY Hats-Umbrellas-Gloves Caps Neckties Shirts Collars---Hose Suspenders SHOP HERE AND YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU WANT. The subscription price of the GMTTKMNtN is (and has been since the consolidation of the two papers,) $1.50 per annum, however, to subscribers who renew far 190!) (and pay up all arrears,; we win give the $1.00 rato until rreiTONiTT. Matter of human destinies am II Tame, lore and fortuno on my footsteps wait. Cities and fields I walk. I penetrate Deserts and soas remote, and passing by Hovel and mart and palace, soon or late I knook uab...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 December 1908

rtFfri full line of Shirts, Collars, Ties, Scarfs, Suspenders, Ladies and Gents Handkerchiefs, Belts. Hand Bags, Wide and Narrow Ruching. MORE NEW HATS. If you want the newest creation In "Hatdom" see our line. We have them. Cleaning and promng up stair, J over our store. Shaw, Davis & Co. ' Leslie Melton has nrrived home ftom the Illinois StateUnivorsity at Champaign, where ho is a student and will remain a couple of weeks. Grav Rochester and Virgil Moore, Maiion's two representatives' at the State College, are expected home tomorrow to spend tin: holidays with their relatives hero. Miss Nolle Williams, a Providence beauty, nrrived last week to spend the holidays with her sister, Mrs, Gugcnheim, comer of Main street and Wilson avenue. Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Coopor went to Frcdonia Sunday to pay thoir respects to a new arrival in the family of Mrs, Cooper's brother, Johnson Cridcr. Ilopkiusville Kcutuckian. Rev. Martin K. Millor received in a to the church by baptism 10 Monday nigh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 December 1908

r hj. ffi& l&&&& ! V H k 4lf 1 M H '"'! m. SAifl HOWERTON, Efi )&&SS'S ni EDUCATIONAL COLUMN Miss Hard, Editor in Chief Mrs. Kitty Perry. J. V. Rascoe, E. E Phillips and J 13. McNeely, Associate Edilor. AS IS THE TEACHER. SO IS THE SCHOOL, therefore the object of these Columns is to help the teacher through co operation and communication with his fellow teacher. COUNTY EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY Supt. John H. Paris, Chairman C has. W. Fox Ch'r'm Div. so. i, James Canada, sec. i. uritmn, tnrni uiv. o 2 W. D. Canditt, Sec. V. E, Smith. Ch'r'm Div. No. 3, J. R. Sumraerville, Sec. J. A. Ordway Ch'r'm Div. No. 4, V. L. Tames Sec. VICTORY AFTER THE BATTLE By John K I'ii.ant Fellow Teachers of Crittenden County: If you fail to reach at single bound, the ideal for which you havo so often which you have so often wished, don't become discouraged but remember that everything that is valuable has cost great efforts on the part of some one. Antagonism and conflict are betw...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 December 1908

lA S 0 k MW"rifpiaMMMirviii THOUGHTS . TV QOacaoe:c;; R. F. DORR Furniture Dealer And Undertaker .W W'V Vn jiM hiii ..Hjpsff 'rrw.'v:t,j) ' " I'l . '-ff " I MJsslssMVssy I The Cheapest House in the County, to Bu FURNITURE, GASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL ROBES AND EVERYTHING IN THE FURNITURE LINE. Give him a call before purchasing Elsewhere. LICENSED EMBALMER. WALDO PONDRAY WARREN THE ONE-MAN BUSINESS It seldom safe, wise or necessary for one man In a business IT to have a complete monopoly of all the knowledge on ,i vital portion of the business. His Incapacity or absence for any cause might put the whole enterprise under a severe strain which could be avoided If others knew the principal poirti if the work. To do otherwise would be like running a business In an unsafe building without Insurance. What one man knows about a vital portion of the work Is often the clilof asset of a business. Take that man away and there Is not another man In the concern who can fill his place, and it may be ...

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