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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 March 1907

h ' .i K I, i '( I m BIBLE CLASS CCNllCCTKIi 1I Rkv. J. F. Prick The Hiblc ela will meet next Sunday at the C. P. church nt 1! M, lesson Gen. inclusive. It is free for all. Gront facte in Genesis: 1 Creation. 1 Fail. 51 Deluge. 4 Nations, fi Abraham. ( Isaac. 7 Jacob, ft Josoph. Groat faotss in Abraham's life 1 Call. 2 Ksypt. 3 Lot. J Covenant, fi "agar. G Circumcision. 7 Sodom. S Gcrar. 1) Isaac. 10 Koturah. 11 Death. Abraham's characters. Good qualities: llcveroncc, faith, common sense, obedience, love, unselfishness, generosity. Had qualities: Fear, Falsehood, unbelief. Isaac types. 1 In his name. (1) Its origin God named each beforehand. (J) Its meaning. (a) Isaac laughter. (b) Jesus saves us from our sins. 2 In his birth. (1) Predicted. (2) Supernatural. 3 In his sacrifice. (1) By his father. (2) An only son. (3) A willing spirit.' 4 In his restoration. 5 In his marriage. (1) The choice of the bride. (2) The invitation to the bride. (3) The meeting with the bride. SEARCH QUESTI...

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. — 21 March 1907

Sloeurvs Urvinveivt For Cough, Cold. Croup Oore inroaT,oinriNeck. Rheumatism and Neuralgia At all Dealors Prico 25c 50o 6 HOC Sent Prco ;im Rook on HorAnc CoMlc. Hogs 6 Poultry A cri Dr. Earl 5. Sloan kjA'Lany Sh Boston. Mass HEBRON i 411L full agnia. Il'iil tho farmer fram the st9k Irian, of MM in ear wiilsi lutt . I'ureiiawtl tfini ntal i week, n ilit atak Hit. if IriH, wa in ear . of Mariaa, wi Uttle aepaaw, rlo ii was In (tola bit . n- wilil a vrrt Am 11.1. (loaaioa of tlut Hr... ait prgittriag to rr iMHii taia Spring company will WagiH n patting IB pMOBW molt of too people 'f MartM, hiu aWa c lifter k farm. near wi . weal, aa.Tiag Mtla. forward lo eoaaty f aanf la taJa . weal to Iran laai pair of mfa. ill triad yoar oora, 4 nd do all triaMlo of 411J try kit. II IfctalaT w In fane Appeal la.. Mi I' P I ! : "I appeal In at . i lata Dr Kief's N"1 rJr thai kaa fceleaa a ike seettw livae tkaa all kat ' pal wnkfr t'aad at iha miM oer Cam i whonatar eovrb. ijainn i baaMKihavr. of i ri...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 March 1907

? ts I in is. f.' I m WW E&9H2 -."., CHAPEL HILL Sunday was our regular meeting at Chapel Hill, and a very nice crowd (assemblcd to hear Bro. Thomson, it being the end of the 24th year or his preaching at Chapel Hill. The boys, of Crayneville, had a very nice chase last week with their hounds after what was supposed to be a wolf, they chased it for a day or two, they finely ovortook it and killed it and it was sure enough a wolf. Undo Jeff Vandoll is on the sick list, and has beonfor several wooks. Mr. V.andell is past sovonty yoars of age, which marks him as one of our old land marks of this county. Messrs Will Ordway, Billy Loyd and wife and Mike Sutton, from Crayneville, attended church last Sunday at Chapel Hill. Scott Paris and wife, of Mid Way, was the guests of B. F. Walker Sunday and attended church at Chapel Hill. Miss Ethel Price, of Levias, is the guest of B. F. Walker and wife, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Allen, of Oak Grove, were at church Sunday and took ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 March 1907

-fit WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION S W OF Our New Spring and Summer Stock ! 'Cfjc (Cnttrnfacn S. M. JENKINS Editor ond Publisher. GEO. M GRIDER. Associate Editor. file rrt a matter June :5th at tne roMiUice at Marion, K-. umler the Act ol Ccs " of March jrJ. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STKlCTLt CASH IN ADASCb SIncI copies mailed t mailed to any adiireM ' " " i ' " " 5 months " " i eai " " " 6yeais TKRMS OP St'llSCRIPTION II- SOT HID CASH Ik DVANCK S. i mailed t i i ailed to any addrat.. ' " " in- Keep in Touch With Us We Are After Your Trade. We Can Suit You in Price and Quality. "Why that is all that is coming to you upon completion.' Marion leplied, "Vou have all that i- coming to you. The house is done. Lucien Garr Dead, Lucieu D. Carr, the well known drummer, who has visited the gents furnishing trade of Marion for many years, dropped dead at Sunday night after having spent the day with friends at Edgoteu, Ky. His home was at 1'iinceton, Ky., and he was a bachelor, ."2 years old and a on ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 March 1907

J WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES AND PLEASE YOU TOO TW7 W WUJ.Ir'5 ..iKiZi 1k" mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmm Great Showing of Spring Goods ! 3 S Wc were never better prepared to meet the wants of the people jf in first class merchandise than we are at the present time! o l"- m Iff . S jf uvmJ 4S CLOTHES Does not make the man, but it is useless to create a disturbance by going without them when you can buy a BENCH TAILORED HAND FINISHED Suit at what you have to pay most places for a common "hand-me-down." We have them for men and boys, in the latest styles Get one for EASTER DO YOU WANT The Dress Goods that is Uptodate? Then call and examine our new Spring Line of Silks, Silk Voiles, Panamas, Sue-sine Silks, Chiffon Voiles, Fancy Suitings Fancy and Plain Swisses, Etc., Etc., In fact almost all the new ueaves and fabrics. Do not wait until late in the season and expect to get the best selections. Miss Nannie Howe, of Horse Cae, Ky., who has been the guest of her brother, Eld. J. S. Rowe, left ...

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. — 21 March 1907

. BIBLE GLASS CVNllL'CTKO 11Y RKV. J. V. PlUCK The Bible clas will meet next Sunday at the V. 1 church at 2:150, lesson Gen. inclusive. It is free for all. Great facts in Genesis: 1 Creation. 1 Fail. 15 Deluge. 4 Nations. ." Abraham. ( Isaac. 7 Jacob. S Joseph. Great facts in Abraharnfa life- 1 Call. S Kjrypt. I! Lot. 4 Covenant, .") Haaar. (5 Circum- cision. 7 Sodom. S Gerar. I' Isaac. 10 Kcturah. 1 1 Death. Abraham's characters Good itics: Reverence, faith, common sense, obedience, love, unselfishness, generosity. Rad qualities: Fear, Falsehood, unbelief. Isaac tvtes. 1 In his name. (1) Its origin God named each beforehand. (2) Its meaning. (a) Isaac laughter. (b) Jesus saves us from our sins. - In his birth. (1) Predicted. (2) Supernatural. " In his sacrifice. (1) By his father. (2) An only son. (3) A willing spirit. 4 In his restoration. 3 In his marriage. (1) The choice of the bride. (2) The invitation to the bride. (3) The meeting with the bride. SEARCH QUESTIONS. 1 "What are ...

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. — 21 March 1907

I". rf fe li U i , pcrssep if i i y irvMl oeovs LiivinveRt For Cough, Cold, Croup, oore inroaT,oiinnecK InPifmAfifn Anrl Neuralqia At all Dealers Price 25c 50c 6 H00 Sent Free "Sloan's Book on Horses Cattle. Hogs 6 Poultry Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan 615 Albany SK Boston. M ass. HEBRON The river is bank full sixain. The rain stopped the farmers from sowing oats. Bill Garland, the stock man, of was in our midst last week. J. H Kasley purchased a fine mule in Illinois last week. of T. N. Hracy i on the list. in Kb Sullengcr, of Irina. was in our midst Sunday. It Dr. Daughtrcy, of Marion, was down to see his little nephew, who is very ill. Herbert Kasley was in Lola last week, while there sold a very fine horse to Rev. Hob ;Iohnn of that lace The Herrin Bros, arc preparing to build a large stoic house this Spring at this place. y The telephone company will begin to work right soon putting in phones over this section, most of the people will take a phone. Henry Cook, of Marion, was down f...

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. — 21 March 1907

Itt. Z ! f CHAPEL HILL Sunday was our regular meeting at Chapel Hill, and a very nice crowd assembled to hear Bro. Thomson, it being the end of the 24th year oi his preaching at Chapel Hill. The boys, of Craynevillc, had a very nice chase last week with their hounds after what wai supposed to be a wolf, they chased it for a day or two, they finely oveitook it and killed it and it was sure enough a wolf. Uuele Jefl Yandcll is on the ick list, and has bceufor eeral weeks. Mr. Vandell is past seventy years of age. which marks hiin a one ot our old land marks of this county. Messrs Will Ordway, Billy Loyd and wife and Mike Sutton, from Craynevillc, attended church last Sunday at Chapel Hill. Scott Pari- and wife, of Mid Way, was the guests of B. F. Walker Sunday and attended church at Chapel Hill. Miss Ethel Price, of Levias, is the guest of B, F. Walker and wife, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Allen, of Oak Grove, were at church Sunday and took dinner with Mr. and Mr-. H. S. Hil...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 March 1907

fr (f('d IFt f & JSecoM 'AtVt VOL. 28. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY. KENTUCKY, MARCH 21. 1907. NUMBER 42. r I I -a: i I ; ' V K K !" IS, 1 IK, U f ? y y y SI y' I y K A fj ! k (a r y , y m 8 EXPLOSION KILLS THREE Man Places Twenty Pounds Dynamite Under Cooking Stove Which Explodes While Eating Dinner FIRE FOLLOWS AND HOUSE DESTROYED The people all over the county were shocked to learn of the sad disaster which occurred near Springer-ton, February 2S, about noon. From reports as. best we could learn that Charles Tittle, a young and prominent farmer, placed about twenty pounds ot dynamite under the cooking stove while Mrs. Sarah Tittle was preparing the noon meal. While eating dinner the dynamite exploded instantly killing Rev. John D. Tittle, Charles Tittle, Mrs. Charles Tittle and injuring two children, a little girl and u little boy, who are reported some better, and hopes are entertained for their recovery. The older child, a boy oi ix years, is the only survivor who can tell any...

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. — 21 March 1907

llf .V i&A ...Clarh B) FRANK II. SPEARMAN e. trPiSt. I KM, by FnnV H. Spfrnun m:i:i:i;oi?s.i m low tll.lt .ll'. like Slelone' CM uk." e: 7 5: eln lined ! Mu K M i (1 (1 1 i- t i) ii Duck w.is sit tlnr In tlio turn master's otlit i' with n gioii nt 01. i-i." He a ono of tho lil.iil. ' ttil Miikets jikI inns an enslne now down cm the S.in.a l'e Hut at Ion,' interv il. Dm k aois luuk to reviMl th scenes .it hi? oirly triumphx 1'lie ml' i ax ho Miiiomnlcd him were oitev .it cU'.ntlj oiliis u ith Dui'k ar.il hl chum-, though now tin .indent eninille evin foipiticn. uinl I (ink, tho once foroeiotis link, sit- occasionally mnoii tho now men nnd ossip about early ela.v on tho Wot Knd I'o j ou loincnihor Sloloue, HoodV Iniok, calllim to mo in tin entice Ileinember him!" I echoed. "liil an j body who ever know Slelone forirot h,ml" "I tliod for Sl lone twon ty year- uto." roMiniPd Pink. "He walked JiK liko tlut follow, omy ho win quicker I roi kou you fellows don't know what a suat, jou h...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 March 1907

BftJBL.A1.RlA. AJ i mmmmmmmmmm 44044444444444. Girlhood and Scott s Emulsion are linked together. The girl who takes Scott's Emut sion has plenty of rich, red blood ; she is plump, active and energetic. The reason is that at a period when a girl's digestion is weak, Scott's Emulsion provides her with powerful nourishment in easily digested form. It is a food that builds and keeps up a girl's strength. ALL DRUCQISTSt '444444444444444444 When Father Has the Grip Poor mother wears a worried look, And sister wears a frown; And if 1 venture up the stairs They send me straightway down. I'm going to the drug store now Upon a hurried trip, To get sonic other kind of dope, For father has the grip. I heard liira groaning in the night He said his heid would split; And then he thought his hack would break ; In just a little bit, He told us that his legs were sore, And soon it was his hip; It seems that everything is sick When father has the grip. The doctor came to-day and left Some capsules, a...

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. — 28 March 1907

f7r;r7? .. r &" ., ' -- 'it i.- V ; (Brf ftjttifati 3Bet:nf d hr VOL. 28. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 28, 1907. NUMBER 43. A Oah flnr flOn Pn.mnr nl I nrlinn' Trimmnfl UaIa I F A OCG UUI J Ob UUUMIGI Ul LClUICO I MIIMMCU lldld '. t y y y y V V y y -I V V ( v I A A A A SEE OUR LINE OF Ready made Muslin Underwear, Skirts, Shirt Waists, Silk Underskirts, Etc. COMPLETE LINE OF DRESS GOODS Such as White Goods of all kinds Mohairs, Serges, Silks, Broad- . cloth, pretty line of Ginghams. A A LITTLE BOY'S SUDDEN DEATH Son of Mr. and Mrs, Avery Reed Victim of Heart Trouble. John Green, '.he nine year old son of Mr. and Mr. A. H. Ilccd, died Friday atternoon March 22. The little fellow had been in cry delicate health ior a long time being affected with heart trouble and also having had an attact ot carlet fever omo week ago. lie had a lovable dis position and many are the friends who sympathize with his parent in tneir uercavment. ine remains were taken to I'aducah Saturday...

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. — 28 March 1907

$ffi? " The Boys' Brigade. Wo copy the following from the lirigadcr, the ollieial jourual of the organization. The Hoy League ot the .M. K. Church of this city, i- an auxiliary to the National League, was omauued omo time ago and has' a large membership. H. 0. i'ollard i Superintendent, Ira Sutherland, President : Hersehel Ramage. Harry Steele. Secretary: Luiien Walker, Treasurer, Tlie Hoy-' Brigade is a military organization, started and maintained iD Chritain churches in all parts of tht world for the of the youths and young men in the cause of Chritian Maulincs. It ha- for its motto the following: The advancement of Kiuudom amoug boy and the pro-)i I'tion of habits of obedience, nee discipline, and all that tends toward true Christain manliness. "' When a boy becomes a member of the Boys" Brigade, he assumes dutie toward the church such a promise to try attend as niauy church and services as possible. He aNo incurs certain obligation- on the of temperance and kindred habits are r...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 March 1907

n If K. htf 0M00000M Grippe or Influenza, whichever you like to call it, is one of the most weakening diseases known. ' Scott's Emulsion, which is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily digested form, is the greatest strength-builder known to medical science. It is so easily digested that it sinks into the system, making new blood and new fat, and strengthening nerves and muscles. Use Svott's Emulsion after tit Influenza. Invaluable for Coughs and Colds. ALL DRUGCISTSi 50c. AND $1.00. G&0M Kentucky I love her spire-hung cave-, her fragrant flowers, Her cliffy rough-hewn rocks, her hirded bowers, Her rippling springs and streams, her freshet showers, Her hill and mountain tops, her city towers. I love her Blue Gras vales, her tiller- plod Her rugged mountaineers, her sportsmen game, Her gracious gentle folks, her minor'-prod. a Her pre-eminent mien, her men oi iainc. 1 prize her blooded horse, her cattle tine, Her tobacco and wheat, her corn and wine, Her stone, oil, clay, -p...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 March 1907

IT J M vDlf tH I IE? ' rfP The Swellest Suits of the Season are Here! Single and double breasted for men and bojs in the new gray mixtures or in blacks, blues or broken checks and stripes. Our Spring Clothing Display will certainly be a feast for the man or boy who wishes style and durability at moderate cost. Suits from $4.00 to S20.00 fjc Crittcnbcn S, M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. GEO. M. GRIDER, Associate Editor. Entered as second-class matter June :5th. IS-. at the poAtothce at Marion, Ky . under the Act of Ccncress of March 3rd, iSri TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION STKICTH CASH IS ADVANCE. Slncle copies mailed 05 1 month mailed to any address i 2 months " " ......... .23 " " 5 months 50 " " 1 ear .. 1.00 " " " 6 years 5. 00 TLRMS OF Sl'llSCRIPTION IF MIT I'Alt) CASH IV ADASCC ,incle copies mailed 05 t uonth nailed to an address 13 " " mi) Mi -5 " ) 1 1.30 TIintSDAY, MARCH 21, 1907. We are authorized to announce R. H. THOMAS a candidate for Assessor, to fill out the unexpired term of ...

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. — 28 March 1907

ft 1 L s A " 1 VS k3& ULi U ki tlie city rriuay. Miss Mabel Minner left Saturday for Louisville. Mr-, J. I. Hill, of Dycusburg, was here Satuulay. A fine line of novelty bon bon boxes for caster at Urine's drug store. i Miss Flaherty, of Henderson, who has been nursing Edward Ilayward, Vc leu lor ner noiue aaturuay. It' I" 1 1 T . C. 1 .uiss ruan uuss speiii oaiurua) and Sunday with her sister Mrs. J. it, summerviiie at uattoon. P. K. Cooksey, of Dycusburg, was here Saturday, as a witness in the John D. Gregory case, which was postponed until next Thursday. Rev. Ewell Fox, of Texas, tilled the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday evening. He was reared in this county and has many friends and relatives here. FUlt SALE A few manle shade trees, from 10 to 35 cents each ac- cording to size. W. D. Haynes. '", ' Before Buying Come and See Our Spring Line of . . . Side Combs Back Combs Handkerchiefs Fans Hand Bags Jewelry Notions Novelties We have a Complete line of Stationery Granitewa...

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. — 28 March 1907

Its- 'p?KSi&3Sa mww m : WWWJHllSIWl i rfT? .vs sl REV, JOHN JASPER A Wonderful PreacherReport of one of His Sermons. In the Baptist Argus last week, Doctor Win. K. Hatcher gives his inipiessions ol a sermon preached by the noted colored preacher. John Jasper, ot Richmond, Va. Iinagiue a Sunday afternoon at his church a iair, inspiring day. His house was thronged to overflowing. It was the iuneral oi two persons William Ellyou and Mai Barnes. The tet is ioigotten but the sermon is vividly recalled. From the start Jasper a burden and a boldness that promised rich things for his people. At the beginning he betrayed some hesitation unusual for him. "Leniuie say,'' he said, "a word about dis Willian Ellersin. I say it at dc lust an' git it orf mer min . William Ellersin was no s;ood man he didn't say he wus; he didn't try to be good, and da tell me he die as he live, 'out Gord an out hope in dc worl. It's a bad tale to tell on him, but he fix de story hisscf. As de tree falls dar mus...

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. — 28 March 1907

H s i t ll. M ?-& DoKt Suffer aJl niht lon0 from toothache neured$iec or rheumatism Sloeavrs Liivinveivt kills the paun quiets the nerves exnd induces sleep At eJI dealers. Price 25c 50c &H00 Dr. E&rl S.SIoeav, Boso,MolSs.U.S.A. Deeds Recorded. J. M. Dean and wife to K. D. Turlej' lOj acres on l'iney Creek 101.2.'). J. K. Glai anil wile to John K. Campbell 7."i acre uear Dycusburg iC50. E. K. Hodge and .). J. Hodfie to H. II. and Dona V. Kirk 10.") acres on Claylick creek devision of land. Cora G. Kiley and husband to II. H. and Dona F. Kirk 40 acres on Claylick creek $1000. Cora G. Kiley and husband to J. J. Hodge 100 acre on Claylick -reek 2:i."0. O. C. Walker and wife to E. D. Turley 2H acre on l'iney creek S400. Marion Smart and wife to G. V. L. Nesbict house and lot in .Marion exchange of property. K. L. Vcakey to G. W. L. Xesbitt lot in Fords Ferry ."(). T. F. Heiiry and wife to XY. M. iuall l." acres on l'iney Fork creek Field Brantley and wife to A. M. bnjall 40 ...

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. — 28 March 1907

STARR Mrs. Belle Andrews and son Ozias 'and Wilson, who went to "Washington about three years ago have returned we are glad to have them back. V. C. Craync, of Caldwell county .passed thru here Saturday. Mrs. Sue Hradlcy visited relatives near White Union Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mary Turley visited her moth cr Friday. Kev. Bouehet and Hankius went to Mariou Wednesday. Miss Kva and Elbert Craync, of Lone Star were here Friday. Mrs. Alma Paris and little son visited her sister Mrs. Allie Andrews Thursday night. Jim Gibson went to Marion Friday. Tom Manley and wife, of Mattoon, pased thru here Saturday. Will Crayne and wife, of Caldwell county, passed thru here en route to Marion last week. Miss Cordie Siglar, of Midway-visited Miss Alma Hunt Saturday-night. Miss Louise Woodsides, of Tribune attended prayer meeting here Saturday night. Oscar and Bob Thomason, oi Caldwell Spriuirs were here last week. Mrs. Mattie Siglar and family-visited at Charlie Hunts Sunday. Ozias Andrew visited ...

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. — 28 March 1907

i SEE OUR LINE OF Ready made Muslin Underwear, Skirts, Shirt Waists, Silk Underskirts, Etc. COMPLETE LINE OF DRESS GOODS Such as White Goods of all kinds Mohairs, Serges, Silks, Broad- . cloth, pretty line of Ginghams. K LITTLE BOY'S SUDDEN DEATH Sin of Mr. and Mrs. Avery Reed Victim of Heart Trouble. Jiha GrH, tb nine ytr old son ' Mr. Aui Mrs. A. II. Hm!, died - j a j afttTMON March 22. Tb tic fIU had in very iiliat tb fr a ) tit being allMUd i I. heart trouble aid alao . an at tact ol earlet fever on i k ago. He bad a lor a bit di- itioM aitd mmoj are ike frieodi l o jMpatkio with his ptfeota iit r bervavmittt. Tke renaioe re ukeH to l'adutak SaUuAfty rmag. fmew boiag eon4eted . Kt. Virgil tUn. IiterweBi k place a4 lWtwfth cemetorj Seo-i atS o'tloek. Heed, mi of Mr aod Mr. Awry Hood, fonoerlj ! PadMoak, died at Mario, Kr., . Friday oftoraooo of heart - uble. Tke body will arrive in jurak Utii afiornooi and Ve ' l" iko koMt of kia gra ad Mother, Mr. P. G. Ueod, f32 North Seventh r...

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