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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 December 1908

; :,& -- "" -'-' JiBBw "" H'ai L vt It! 1J M5 lfc"!"W"JH..t'S! 3V JUMt4 nj3F .j.Atw. .juciaj $ You Will Be NICE XMAS PRESENTS FOR WIFE, DAUGHTER OR SWEETHEART The .smallest of the "Shear" family would make a nice present for the wife, daughter or sv ccthcart. We have KEEN KUTTER Shears from the smallest to the largest. When out Xmas Shopping, don't fail to see our i When Looking for something nice for the boy, don't over-look our cattarangus line of knives and razors. You give him real satisfaction when you present him with anything in this line. 'Our Stock is complete 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. 4 Main Street. 4 THE NIGHT-BLOOMING JASMINE. In a sheltered sun-kissed corner On this big Earth-star of ours, There was once a lovely...

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. — 7 January 1909

v r i t . -- 0 b - jtmfctt 1ft . jflW fipffl i'l lll 7 ll -1 V & VOL. 30 vmillON, CR.TTENDF.N COUNTY, KENTUCKY JAN. 7, 1909. NUMBER 32 I V h a DEPLORABLE TRAGEDY Fred Daugtay Shot and Kill ed by James Herron One of County's Best Citizens, The shocking newt of the shoot. itg by James Herron, at Herron Bros' tore on Christmas day of Fred Ranghtroy reached hero by telephone Oin rftcr it happened, and boforo 'kit friends could oven mako to go to the rtceno of the eo eavalor, seoond message convoyed the ntddcr nnwt of his death. Daaghtrcy only li'ed thirty minutes after the shooti' g, the shot taking efeot iu tbo main artery just below f. k.. ImmmlifttAlv aftltr tnil . inn ill-ail. i iiuui wiatv.i j ... . . f : ahooting Daughtrey tat down on the porch in irimt 01 mo store, anu eanea some friend- In bun and he was put into a buggy and taken home, but Jied noon after reaching there and before inv medical assistance arrived, lie km hoonii earthly help however even if a physioian could b...

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. — 7 January 1909

a V?A y "'- ' i :dl Tin nin jB nin kA kfe mn fc kakfc fsn &i fin fc ife fl!ff!fffl!f CASH IN Mk wF& VANCE THE CRITTENDEN HTl HT VVr ww BW s Sale. Crittkndkn Circuit Couht, Ky, H. A. Hav.ves, 1'lantifl a Adin. of W. L. Rcnnott Against Equity. Dycusburg Canning Co., Defendant. Ry virtue of a Judgomont and Order of Salo of tha Cntlondoan Circuit Court, rendered at the Nov. Term thereof, 1908, in above cause horein, 1 shall proceed to offer for at the Court-house door in Marion to the highest bidder, at I'URLIO : I'CTION. on Monday the 11th day of Jan. 1909, at 1 o'clock p. m , or thereabout, (being Court day,) upon a credit of v'x mouth the following doscnbod property, to wii : "he rod' uiptinn right in mid to the following property to wit: "A Canning Fiittory, situated in Dycusburg, Crittenden county, Ky, and near the Cumberland river, together with all of the apparatus, fixture and appliances unto said canning factory belonging and the lot, upon which said CANNING FACTO RY is...

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. — 7 January 1909

(rpjjo CarmacK's Slayers llfinffirt Ball. Nishvillo, TciD., Pec. 2S. Col. hooper, bis son, Kobin Cooper, and Shirp. charged with the urder of the late Senator Carmack, were denied bail ,n decisio i render-d this morning. Imdnrd Oil Cnnipany (lusted From State of Missouri. Jafforson City, Mo., Deo. 31. j '''faaUaaaHalHMBaaalBUaatyl m ns nin tfefM 4fe afcaaaaat nin aiaaafe aaaaaaafc Tin aiaaaaat ataaaaai dn j&g fin A nin & ' CASH N AD VANCE And Stop When Time Is Out System Adopted, The Publisher of the Crittenden RECORD-PRESS has Decided to Adopt the CaslviivAdvance and Stop- Policy on All Subscriptions for the Following Reasons. FIRST The post-office regulations require us to stop the 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 ua because wo can not sec the people personally and collect, and they do not rind it convenient to call ...

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. — 7 January 1909

'f ha FINFS ClieiD CHAIT. "For twenty- fivo conts wo will send "you, poHt paid n ohart for tho piano and organ showing all tho ohonl nnd naming them on cither instrument in frem 3 to A hours. This chart ih different from any other chart. All other instruction charts arc in from H to 12 different jarts and hard to understand, whilo this is one, Monoy rofui.dcd if not .atiificd. FINK MUSIC COM. I'ANV, JKWKTT, OHIO. Jnryfalneillsntll, Paducah, Ky., Doo. 31 Mrs. Loey Johnson, of Lola, Livingston tonnty, rocovorodt 200 damagos from Tm. . Paris, Jr., for a kits ho if alleged to have slyly stolen from her on St. Patrick's day of this year at her homo. She asked for 12,000 and there wore all norls of inggestions from the jurors as to the proper amount. One refused to Mgn a verdict for lens than ffiOO, hut the other eleven agreed on (200 which, with the costs, will make tho rxpense of that kiss to Mr. Paris aboat f(!00 Thccotupromisc was affected Saturday night. A HsrrlMe "About ten years ni...

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. — 7 January 1909

J fc - E t ? FINWCBfllD CHART, Tor twenty Tito couts wo will send 70a, post paid b chart for tho piano ana1 organ showing all tho chord find naaing them on cither instrument in turn 3 to ft hours. This chart id different from any other chart. All other instruction charts arc in from H to 1'2 different parts and hnrd to undorsUnd, while this is one. Mouoy refunded if not tatialcd. FINK MUSIC COM. PANY, JBWKTT, OHIO. JoryValnelllssittftl, Paducah, Ky., Doo. 31 Mrs. Lney Johnson, of Lola, Livingston county, rocovorodf 200 damagos from Tm. . Paris, Jr., for a kiss ho ic alleged to have slyly stolen froB her on St. Patrick's day of this year at hor homo. She inked for $2,000 and there woro all sorts of suggestions from the jurors as to the propor amount. One ref used to sign a vcrdiot for loss than ffiOO, hut the other cloven agreod on $200( which, with the costs, will mako the ripense of that kiss to Mr. Paris boat $(500 The compromise was affected Saturday night. A Htrrtile Hold-Dp. "A...

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. — 7 January 1909

B i, k t r 'rJMhrlinnB 11 M , iiWw.fawir $mimfmmmmiiii A 1i&EfcfrlteH ?.. ...jfrSS t"5fi n"Tf' I I' "J n- " !. Every One of Our Customers For Their Patronageinthe PastandHope 11U Suits and Overcoats at January Prices. Which Means Heavy CLOTHES At PRICES with DISCOUNT Lo of O dds and Ends LESS THAN COST OF MAKING SEE THEM $12. and $14 SUITS AT $8.50. Odd Pants at a Discount of 25 Per Cent, Start the New Year Right and BUYCLOTHES FROM US i m Mrs II B Miller, of St. Lout., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. R 1. Nunn on East Bellvillc street, J. T. Tucker and S. D. Ashor. of Shady Grove, were in town Monday inquiring about the tobacco situation. Miss Rebecca Williams, of Providence, is in the city, the gucH of her sister, Mrs. Sam Gugouheim. Mrs. George Thomas accompanied her uncle, Charley Long, to last weeck to visit his daughter, Mrs. Nora Gillespie. GIRLS WANTED. In Post-Card office. Apply by letter only. Wilbur V. Haynes, 32 It Marion; Ky. Mrs. Mary Karris, of Salem, was tho guest...

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. — 7 January 1909

f"1 OUR WISH TO EVERYONE f Is that this year may be the happiest and most successful one you have ever experienced. We Would "S also feel ungrateful if we did not express to you our THANKS for your patronage in the past, and solicit 2 5 your trade for the present year. We promise no more than, that we will serve you to the very best of our j ity, and strive to give you the very best merchandise at the lowest possible prices SB 9 i ni Unil Finished" Suits and coats to suit almost anyone 3 and now is your chance to ;jg save money. LOOK HERE! 4& ,C Her is something we believe will interest you 116.50 and $18. 12.50 and 114. 10 00 7 50 G.OO 4.50 4.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 Suits Pants 112.50 10.00 7.50 5.00 4.50 3.50 3.00 1.75 1.35 1.25 We also have Several Suits and Extra Pants that where the quality and style is, here the price is cut to less than wholesale price to close them out. Prices are also reduced on Boys Knee Pant Suits. Come see for yourself. REDUCED PRICES ON WINTER GOODS. You ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 7 January 1909

N " i? ' WPWFiZ s ft.:.p "anrMMit.iWc -i?x -, -W rfcsfessup JV-SW -e"" wO'SlI cVli'V plH i'JTimI 11 H -M.!' f r ., it; i It t i 'L ikl i I' I i : n I if i V F r. P ......i.M.. Mp .1 gsgeasM IHII I SJ wi esaaiaaxn I mi nisai Kjlf pjgiYmLj rTPH I 9&Bf M W fatal ll p TV 1 f " fsa J Apr. 3 People's party convention In Bit. lesuls Tlioiniia K Wataen of Georgln for president, unci Samuel W I of Indiana, for vice-president. 7-In Illinois local option elections 82S townships went dry. 1,014 saloons being- voted out of existence.... David 8. Kch elected mayor of Milwaukee. Wis. ...T. T Crittenden, Jr , elected mayor of Kiniu City. Mo. Jun 17 President Roostjvert was given demonstration In the Republican National convention at Chicago 14 Secretary or War Wm H Taft waa nominated for the presidency of the United State In the "Republican convention at Chicago, cm the Srsl ballot, receiving- 79 votes. le Congressman Jas Si fUierman was nominated for vice-president on the Drat ballot by the Re...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 7 January 1909

H CUT FLOWERS AND X DESIGNS FOR 8 Chrvsnnthemumi nw 1 i , luiiul. .I'ricvs rlKlit 1 . . ti ' H Ptinlitliriinilt . I'lnriit Prini-i t ill. Kcntlii i2 nnil then tUiiile for onu'lf whether fc&xtttxxxxxxxtCAittxxxxxxxx) IN NEW TERRIlOhY. Tobicnu Culluru to tin Taken Up in Many Tennessee Cnnnllns. ,lockon county, Totin , r.iii'd a goon dpi) 01 mis year i.ir the first liiiu' A disjmtch avs: 'Never before ha co much tobacco boon raned hero and never was tho jtiality so unud, and the prices ho hili. Already bout f 40. 000 ha been paul to the farmars for their ropi, and not hlf the crop hat boon niarlcicd, moreover other buyers are ai work in thin territory. The to. baoee. industorv i a odsprid to the people, enpocially thn lr nsnt, because be na rent farm, plant few acres is tobacco tnd with thin py liii rent It expenses and 'till have money loft. It therefore pra'otically nivcs the renter all be can nuke on the, ft A dispatch from tireen county Tcnne!ce, says .'The tobacco Mies hcr dur...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 7 January 1909

fi p'K L. r C .I.JjiRL REPORT of the lyiarion Bank f of MARION KY., At. the close of business on the 31st day of Dec. 1908. in SOURCES. Ioans and . S 1 03, 353 ?l Due from National Hankn 6ri,931.99 Due from S'ate Hank Ranking House and Lot 8,000.00 Cash in Vault 12.830.92 Furniture toil Fixtures 2,000.00 S1S3 I22 "5 LfAIMLITIES Capital Strcfc i. in cush $ 20,000.00 Surplus rii"' 2"222"S2 Undivided Protita 2 730.63 Deposits subject to check (on which interest is not paid) 120.392.07 Time certificate of deposits (on which interest is paid) . 20,000.00 140,392,07 $183,122.75 Statk of Khhtucky, I ,, County of Crittendkn f 0, T. J. Tandell. Cashior of Marion Bank, Marion, Ky., a Bank organized ia 18S7, located and doing business on Main street in tho City of Marion i aid county, boing duly sworn says th foregoingreport is in al! respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank, at the close of business on the Hat day of Dec. 1903 to the boat of his Icnowledjjo and belief; and ...

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. — 14 January 1909

iV in a street car accident at Jnplin. Missouri, and since that timo he has been able to work very little. Last Doocinbcrhc was taken ill and gradually grew worse until thcond came at 9 o'olook on Thursday morning, January?, 1901). Col. Russell had very many warm friends in Marion and always said that the beat people on earth lived ia this oily and in Crittenden conity, aid it was bis request that his re name be brought here for intermeat. The funeral services at tha grave wero ooridnctod by Rot. M. K. Mil. ler, pastor of the Baptist enure of this etty. The minister paid aa tribute to the memory of the departed and many friesds following the remain to tb e I r Mrs. Alice Ann Gilbert, wife of onr fellow towosmsn J. O, Gilbert, pssied sway Saturday afternoon, Jao. 9th. 1909, at 4:30 p. m., after suffering from the ravages of that dresd malady consumption, fcr a long and dreary year, lured on by tho hope which that disease holds out to its victims oven unto the last. Mr. Gilbert lived ...

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. — 14 January 1909

It A I . 1 fl fcl ?!: fffJJjO iJj'j "yj portalcs, .N. M , Jan. 4th, U'O'.I. Mr. S M. .Icnkin, dear ir: Yon w II find enelosod one dollar ftl 00 for which pirate Tnd the Record Prdi to our addross another jear. Hoping jou a successful New Year I remain .yours truly. K IZ N. v. c. m boy. .5'i:j. Ft. Louis Mo., Dec 'J!l, 190S. iMr. S. M. Jenkins. Dears Sir: WTiSLM. Mrtft''lijmwiiMj'Hliaiiin 1,'cfc Many Letters, Saying "It Am the Best What Is. WE "BOAST" NOT ON OUR PAPER FOR ITS ONLY OUR DUTY TO PRINT THE NEWS Thanks to Each of You for Kind Words Spoken In Our Behalf-May You Live Long and be Prosperous. Caruthcrsville, .Mo., Jan. ." Mr, S. M .Jenkins, Kditor Pro"8- As tho year UM)0 has ixpired, I the tune to renew my siihicription n at hand. So I write for the papri ! lor 1!)0), and hope to jjrt it rr;iilur I'our papers are duo for 1!U" but I i let ihriii 'o. if I rin p' my pirrr. regular in l!tO!. I io mil like tn tnis a single copy. 1 enclnie 1 for the frood old paper and wi'i it encl...

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. — 14 January 1909

FINE'S CHORD CHART. Vor twenty five cents wo will sond yoa, popt paid a chart for the piano and organ allowing: all the chord and naaing them on cither instrument in from .1 to T hours, This churt i different from any other chart. All other instruction hirti am in from 8 to 12 differnnt parts and hard to understand, whilo this in one. Money refunded if not Mrtialed. FINK MUSIC COM. FANY, JKWKTT, OHIO. i i MISERY IN STOMACH. And Indigestion Vanishes in Five Minutes And You Feel Fine. Why not aUrt now-to-day, and forever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and indication? A dieted stomach gets the blurs and grumbles. Give it a jrood eat, the. take Pape's to start the digestive Juices working There will be no dyspepsia or belching of Gas or eructations of undigested food; no feeling like a lump of lead in the stomach or heartburn, sick head-ache and dizziness, and your food will not ferment and poison your breath with naUaeous odors. Pape's Diasepsin costs ooly 50 cents for a large case at...

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. — 14 January 1909

I? tv i...!r7ffrrt..K.e;Mjg "iw i mi I .,wiiiPlifflWliul.'i.lijmnhni)tW' ajf upi i iiMypwuMi tmm 1 1 uiiiwwuiiinff III 1 'Viiart VmiaaaaSaaTaaaVaaTi vjjl " Glothing Prices So attractive that if you coma to look you will stay to buy. Suits-Overcoats-Pants With the the bii end of the Profit Yours. On Some Lots they are Less than the Cost of making. SEE THEM $12 and $14 SUITS AT $8.50. - ' Odd Pants at OO I O Qpf Boys and Childrens I A HFF Suits and Oveacoats " Ul I UVerCOatS Without the Profit. lOt DCS House Full of v Baririns. IiHiMHHHNUiMHMl KaUred ai matter Februarrstb, I0C7 at the pottofhee at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Concrets of March j, 1879. ,d 1TKICTLT CH IX ADVANCE.., TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Sinile copies mailed ,i... 05 1 month mailed to anr address........... 15 " " " 5 months ?s " " " t year t,$o " " " 4 years $00 CASH ADVKRTISING KATES - ac per inch S C. to Foreisn Adierttsers rer inch S C to Home Advertisers Repeated ads one-half rate. Metal bases only used for H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 January 1909

i k mmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 12.G0 10.00 7.50 6.00 4.60 3.50 3.00 1.75 1.35 1.25 BROKEN LOT SALE. Consisting of Men's and Boy's suits, and extra Pants. You can buy these for less than wholesale price as they must go regardless of price. Come see them. Furs at half price. I TAYLOR & CANNAN , , baby, of Browning, Ok., is visiting! ber Wedne"dy nt a hou fri.nJ. in ,ui a : .l "una rrnEom.nt for his dau ........... .u nutu vit y auu iu IUO try. Mr. Hioklin is pastor of tho Methodist ohuroh in that oily, Miss Effio Dobon, tho inonov order olerk at tho post offioo, went to Blackford Sunday to visit her broth-or, Will Doboo, and to accompany hor littlo nephew hnuin after a visit horo to his grandparuniM. I John Sutherland, . Sr went I Princeton tiH'i'i I son, John, Jr., who -"Flaming "ith ft .. ' Arrow fVn . . 1 -,.i was billed to 'inn 'I .ri otta Theatre thoro that uvuiniig. WE NOW HAVE THE New things in Laces and Embroidery New, Fancy and Bordered Ginghams It will pay you to see the...

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. — 14 January 1909

yy.WlyiM.! CU J1 ' w ,r tr Si rri if, (1 . r t ... SINCE BEGINNING OF HISTORY . CALABRIA HAS BEEN SCOURGED No Part of the Earth That Has Suffered So Severely from Earthquakes tend Volcanic Eruptions Contrast Between Ancient and Modern Times in Treatment of Disaster. eoooooooi; o . ITALIAN CITIES WHERE LOSS OF LIFE WAS HEAVIEST. Cities in which lose of life was heaviest were as follows: Messina, population 1C0.000; wrecked by shock and swept by tidal wave. Reggio, population 50,000; destroyed. Catania, population 140,000; In ruins. Casaa.no, population 1,700: In ruins. 5 Cesenxa, population 21,000; nearly 2 all dead. 5 Sjeminara, small village, destroyed. Scllla, population 7,800; In ruins. Paterno, population 24,000; in ruins. OVIttorla, population 32,000; badly wrecked. Naro, population 12,800; half Rlposto, population 7,000; In ruins. All, Mineo, PatU and Castroreal, Median towns'; all badly damaged, dff ' with heavy loss of life. Palmi, Bagnara, San Giovanni and Cannitello, Calab...

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. — 14 January 1909

mmmmim fer:( Southern Agriculturist NASHVILLE, TENNNrSSEE For 40 Years the Most Instructive and Southern Farm Families 50 Cents a Year ) S ) I One Copy Free WANTED-FURS MINK, RACCOON, FOX, Ship your produce to us. URS- Want especially SKUNK, fSUM, OTTER and Ml'SKRATS. J Hithest market nrlppc fnr Hirloc Wnnl Tallnu Feathers. Beeswax, Dried Fruit, Medicinal Roots, Ginseng and Horse Hides. We are Dealers and Exporters. No Commission Charged on Prompt Returns. Agent for largest tanneries in America. Established 1868. Reference any Hank or Merchant in Iouisville. or ask your neighbors who Hhip to us. Rhiping tags and prices on application. Try us with a shipment. ISAAC ROSENBAUM &, SON, 3 21-323 East Market, Louisville, Ky (A : L. G. TAYLOR, D. V S. , Am prepared to render the best professional services 1$ in all diseases of stock. Calls answered day or night. (J) Telephone:32l " MARION, KY. fj) DISEASE ADDS TO HORROR American Ambassador Presents Ship loailwl Willi Supplies lu Kino, ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 January 1909

ssmi$tw&MGiasssxu&iHmm ''W ,, . ,-,. - "Ifft, 4 1.1 CHAPEL HILL. Another milestone has been reach ad; another revolution of the wheel of time has been complolcd; the pleasures and disppointtnents, the amilcs and tears; sunshine and shadows of 1908 all these have parsed and gone in to the eternal past, and while the same will nevi r come again, let u? hope tho new will otlor us still greater ones, that we my so profit by the experience of the old year that we may the hotter know how and when 'o grasp and make tho most of the privileges ot the new year. Let us be thankful for the blessings of the old war and to do better work for the rising generation. So wc weleouie the good year of our Lord 190!) Now, to the oditor of the Record-Press, we wish you a joyful and a bountiful New Tear. Hop yon ay have a good aupply of readers of the grand old Praia, aid that tba subscribers will increase in numbers until every maa in old Crittenden eoonty will become a aubseriber, any in ths cou...

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. — 21 January 1909

A " mwwmmfi&mwwwr jHpt tLvifttubtn LI. ttfh VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY JAN. 21 909 NUMBER 34 FIRST DAY OF STATE UNION A.S. of E. Profitable One FORASSO CIATION. Splendid Address of Welcome " by Judc Gordon Cjja. The opening chmIoii of tho ' tucky Sttc fiilon nf tlio American Snetoty of ICflutty convened in tho circuit court room at tin' court houao at 10 oVIocU Thursday morning with I'roBldent J Cumphotl CnnlrW of .(itiorKoiown. prodding A larg number of UoKtiton wore pnwon wjien tho. mooting convened and tho room wiih llllod with Hpoctntors nrii! nu'intwrs of tho society attending tho mooting Uv J A. Klrtle. of the IlaptlM church. pronnimcotl tho Invocation J ml Ho .1 I"" Gordon inndo tho opening ndlrw mi holinlf of the city of MAdtaonvUiP and Hopkins county. It wra undoubtedly tho mom able apooeli ho Ima mailc during his ruroor mh a public man and appear e1wwhr In thin Iwitto Prwldowt .1 faiunboll rant rill, of HerBotown. rwaocrdod In Itohalf of th RoclHr of U...

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