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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 April 1909

rtr'? t rm -. TAGE fclGHT CRITTENDEN april mk 1M Oscar Thomason, the hustl'. bush cutter in all Pincy, cut his, finger (minty igk. very bad recently. Hello, gjg yQt Look At This couldn't you find bushes eaough to cut on? VS ' vM TTTT TV '" vfi'S'ft 'J i V T "I' vVT'f ' PINEY CREEK. Jacob A. Baker and family nre well pleased with Washington. They arc not coming back to Kentuckj. The Ohio River Association will be held with Walnut Grove church this year. The Sunday school nt Piney Fork is going right on with the pood work, W. II. Wooldrige, superintendent. Mrs. Belle Andrews is superintend ing the Sunday school at White Union. Rev. A. J. Thompson preaches at Crayne every second Sunduy. Mrs. L. H. Paris is very sick. Her friends have little hope of her recovery. Mr. Bishop is erecting a new residence at Crayne. Dick Cruce, drummer; George Cruce, farmer; Frank Dorroh, merchant; Ula Threlkeld, singing evangelist, and others had a very interessting discussion at Crayne Saturday on the eff...

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. — 6 May 1909

u -si a . r. is !Jr if f rototi jRiuwrb 0 tzm H. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 6, 1909 NUMBER 49 . IBLIC PARK FOR PRESIDENT SOUTH WESTERN IT IS A VERY GREATER MARION. BEN WATSON !S If you re from the Country U KENTUCKY PHYSICIANS SMALL BUSINESS I Move in the Right Direc Enthusias tic .ml are Helping. GREATER MARION ! THE WATCH-WORD. Ta lor & Cannon fcg5S3J SPECIAL at $25.00 We show a particularly choioe selection of patterns and colors at this price. tJThis price means the grade of man-tailored garments, the very newest Kieas in style. J Paying $25.00 for a suit of these clothes is economy. J Local tailors can not give equal value at $ 1 0.00 more. Q Only because of the im mense volume of business done by S.E.Perlberg&Co. Tailors, Chicago J Is such high grade value possible at $23.00. J Your protection in fit, style and service is our guarantee. Satisfaction. or your Monty back ioa Of the Wool Growers Association Highly Elated-Great Good Has Been Accomplished. ...

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. — 6 May 1909

i' M I page two CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, My6th, W9 TOBACCO EZ .Mimmm T1DNGS -THAT DISPATCH. General Manager Felix G. Ewing Makes a Statement Regarding Resolutions ADOPTED BY HOPKINS COUNTY TOBACCO GROWERS. Whether or Not Other Counties Will do Likewise Remains to be Seen. Explanatory of the dispatch referred to In the Tidings column of yesterday's Gleaner appearing In the Courier-Journal of Wednesday's date. Is the following taken from the Clarksvllle Leaf-Chronicle. This elu cidation and explanation of the Guth rie point of view renders the patch both rational and Intelligent J i7ed. The action taken at to a member of the Stemming vllle Is of deeper significance than trlct Association: 'the mere breaking of relations be- Gencrnl Manager Ewing Make- n tween Hopkins and the parent body, Statement. , as m the resolutions adopted at Macl- Guthrie, Ky., April 22. Relations Isonvllle It was declared that the with the parent body were practical- sentiment expressed also represented ly sev...

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. — 6 May 1909

llllcy Sues. Senator Newton W. Utley has sued Henry B. Bennett and his attorneys for damages in the sum of $50,000 in the circuit court here. In his suit for damages Henry Bennett's attorneys were J Wheeler Campbell, James Campbell, Jr , Carl Henderson and George Du-Kelle. Eddyvillo Herald. fA Letter Erom Blanivllle, Ky. Blandville, Ky., April 28th, 1909. Mr. Marshall Jenkins, Dear Sir: Please find inclosed post office money order for one dollar to pay for the for the year 1909, and continue to send it-its like meeting an old friend from the cleanest and best town and the best people in the world. I lovo old Marion. Kindest regards of Mrs. Crawford and myself to your family, yourself, relatives and friends. Your true friend and well wisher. Respectfully, Dr. J. W. Crawford. Smashes All Records. As an nil-round laxative tonic and health-builder no other pills can compare with Dr. King's New Life Pills. They tone anil regulate stomach, liver and kidneys, purify the blood, strengthen t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 May 1909

Che Crittenbcn 30th jeir, Circulatien 4.000. S. M. IENKINS Editor nd Publisher. Entered it miner February gih. tocr at the postoffice at Marion. Krntackr. under e Act of Congress of March j. 1873. ITIICTLY CASH IM tDVAXCE. TERMS OH SUBSCRIPTION Single copies mailed ......................... OS t month mailed to any address...... IS " " " S months 75 t jear " t" " t.so " years ..............too CASH ADVERTISING RATES- jc per inch S C. to Foreijru Adertisers ioc per inch S C to Home Adtertier Repeated tds one-half rate. Metal bases only used for Plates and Electros. Locals sc per line Locals ioc Per line in twelve potat type THURSDAY. MaylTlsioiJ Tbc eubscnptioD price of the Crittenden Record-Press is (and has been since the consolidation of the two papers,) $1.50 per annum, however, to subscribers who renew for 11)01) (and pay up all arrears,) we will give the $,00 rate thir uionth j THE ASSET OF GOOD ROADS. "Does it pay a county to assume a large indebtedness in order to obtain good...

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. — 6 May 1909

i ft ;I,W i l if i if.-. , '(" PAGE FOUR JliMpiiPiP lEn l"v' c u WE GIVE GOLD TRADING STAMPS. lVrr SUITS W & $wl T m M M Q Che Crittcnben 30th jeir, Circulatien 4,000. S. M. IENKINS Editor nd Publisher. Entered ai matter February 9th. 1 &ct at the pottoffice at Marion. Kentucky, under e Act of Consre of March 1, 1879. ITtlCTLT CASH IX 40VANCI. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Sioifle copies mailed OS 1 month mailed to any address..... u " " " 5 months 75 " " ' " t year t.jo " ti 4 years ...... CASH ADVERTISING RATES- ac per Inch S C. to Foreign Advertisers. 10c per inch S C. to Home Advertisers Repeated ids one-half rate. Metal bases only used for Plates and Electros. Locals 5c per line Locals toe Per line in twelve point type, THURSDAY. MayTTiwi The bubscription prico of the CniTTKNDKN is (and has been since the consolidation of the two papers,) Jl.fiU per annum, however, to subscribers who renew for 190'J (and pay up all arrears,) wc will give the $,00 rate thir month THE ASSET OF GO...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 May 1909

-C) A mi lo'itut. I'ru4 Building V It Nunn, o.' Blackford, was here Friday J Q Lawson and Dave Oass in Idyvillle Thurbday on business Mr and Mrs V. Vera and dnuKhter, Htten, have to Dunkirk, Ind., to lde. Jihn Polk, of was here on lHisinH nml v;ot bnowod i Koine home John Mo..r.'. of Trndwater now "" tho r Mrs. E. B. Kraunso will leae today after an absence, of two days. Mrs. Sedberry did not return with him. i Be Pat Darby, Eli Nichols Crider nro among those mentioned for '.e Senator on the Republican ticket '"''(KwJSrir' rmprtfip - r?r " '-1 5p(Bim7 w.? .-- ,1 wvcnnrc JWPJJBVVV' - .- -WE .' 9RWI PV PVki JVU . J3'iTTl r" r,T (". -- i -i" 'iffAij -- - - - v , ri v pagf fat rfilTREN'DE.V Blay 6th, 190 & ? i l , MftftMM&M&My s ' .' '! i v.ti.viTt ifwrw mm. ib tm m m - tS "c hem &v iB SP em nroJ.a3aYK3 aseana af R VALUES. This is something We are always looking for, and we will endeavor to prove to you jj with QUALITY and PRICE, have Values Unequaled by anyone inthecoun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 May 1909

sniff-. : iv ' page f.ye ClilTHENDEN' 190S May 6th, tm'-it " $ r&iUMMMMim ' ;. m ! y n.iiTri mrmzrz' nBfe. tm a .- mm bbb ...m. t i'ti Jr. jr t V ii .l R VALUES This is something We are always looking for, and we will endeavor to prove to you j with QUALITY and PRICE, have Values Unequaled by anyone inthecounty gT jfm JnHHflHEflMHBV '"' "wk fw9H tf"ufiu aa r JiBV Hlv bDT .liiiiiiiiiiiiV' aliiiiiiiiiV ttrfrfttQDfe l- "'--""" mmmwmmmmymmmmmwmmwmwmwwmymm: A S nil oni.t, lluilJiukr K Nunn, o.' Black for J, was here rulay J Q LawHoti nrii! Dave (lass wor in Myvilllc Thurmlay on businei'S. Mr and Mm. V. Vura mid ilnu'htcr, Iltkrt, Ini vc ifotic to Dunkirk, Ind., to J Am Polk. ' Emtnaiu, was hero .1' jnl'iy on lminn ihhI ijot unowitl " Kinn hom Jrhn Mor.'. of Tradwater w hero Saturday May 1st., with his Ik ivy overccat on. Mr Leaner atul oaiy were , ' 'i re Friday the kuuiIm of Dr. I. .11 ement and family. Mr and Mrs, F W. Moore are to be with over the los of their L.tft.. . . u Iinltt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 May 1909

f THEIYAGE PARmSH(4W,: SUt .0RN III 111 I -- CHAPTER XIII. In Which We Snil Due South. Those days and nights following while serving to hoar us contlnunlly deeper into tlio Immense expanse of water that concenled the mystery nwnltln? us In the great South tea, contained little of Incldmt directly to this narrative. Day following day that same wide circle of the sky ccme down to unite with the circle of the waters. It was almost as though we remained motionless, "a painted ship upon a painted ocean"; only the figures on the paper, the pins on the chart, the sharp stem cleaving the waves nsunder, and the oily wake astern leaving us aware of stead) progression through this trackless desert of the sea. Vo passed somewhat to the westward of Juan Fernandez, so far out that only with a glass from the foretop could the distant peaks be dimly deciphered In blue, misty biota against the sky. Already Tuttle had banked the tires, and spread the Sea Queen's canvas, reaching to the westward to ge...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 May 1909

"" ' VTTV" -. j V-i h' Ma) 6th, 19C9 "$2,000.00" Mr. Lutbar Gutiri. nf Beaufort, N. C. spent money frwly In employing doctors to cure his wife from continual headache. He writes: "One bottle of Carduf did my wife more food than Anything she has taken for ten years past She had suffered with headache for ten years and I had spent 5300.00 for doctors' bills for her. but BoSh. jtf did ber any good. CARDUI Shehu tafcea two bottkt of Cardul and It has done her two thousand doMara (J2.O00) worth of good. Just as long .as It Is made, I shall have irdul In my home." For aN forms of female ito, Mke headache, side ache, iln In Umba, ditty feeHnp, dragging down sensations, etc Jartul has been fouad to m effectual remedy. Don't. rait UH you are aN rue down." Try Cardul at oaoe. Sold everywhere. B4t A PreiHi . me of our subperibem have not !. rrer. Some have not paid itl In iT'ii r in induce t lie in I. el i l.,- jj'M '"l- Mil k'lWr r wi I ifive. to the in who u fiiiiiuriiMuti Mill, 'ret- one je...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 May 1909

5 i hi ii ihi BFI V "W' IfTW r iCE EIGHT ii CRITTENDEN foxes at one shot recently. Bud Gardner did the beat he could, but got only KKK::;i:;KK;KMMK;:;:;:;;;;xXKXKK;;:KK:KKXi Q (owity four wild ducka at three shot. Look At This. X 11 t APPLEGATE. $ BUGGY! rTTTTTTTTTTI i PINEY CREEK. griddl t ! Health is good. Spring is heie. Corn-planting time. Wheat is looking fine. Milk cows are scarce. The fruit crop is 0. K. Did you go a-fishing? Dick Crace is farming. The apple crop will be fine. Corn is 7o cents per bushel. How are your tobacco plants? No births to report this week! Have you finished planting corn? John Calvin Adams has been here. This would be a good business place. W. H. Hunt and family visited over in Caldwell Sunday. Robert Thomason, of Golden Ridge, visited in Lyon county Sunday. Aaron R. Bebout, of Peach orchard, is doing some fruit tree business. Mrs. Leah DufTev visited her brother J. M. Andrews, of Starr, recently. Dr. T. F. Wilborn is in Mississippi county, Arkansas 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. — 13 May 1909

IA 7- f o ,' . ,-."-.'(' millmbm mmvbt 30 vol 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 13 1909 NUMBER 50 MARION WELCOMES HENDERSON. '.i FOUR COUNTIES WILL ON TEMMNG DSTRCT Hopkins, Lyon, Livingston, and Caldwell Counties to Leave the Planters' Protective Association. ALL THESE COUNTIES PRODUCE ENGLISH TYPES. r Guthrie, Kv.. Muy G -A special meeting of the Sonrd of direct rs of the Planters' Protective Association was held here yerttrday. Mongers of the board from every comty in the Dark Tobaoeu district were pret. The most, important featuro of the meeting wk the naming ? a committee from lite Hendrrnon Diatnrt Ainociition for tint urpoj of considering tt?e adviiabiny of transferring four c mtirs now in Xiv I'lnntcr' '.'ntcctive to tho lirt named orgnixtion. This i tV poult of cmjr taken toy th Uilmoco prWfr of llopkini county Tvcontly. broke v?ith the "Black Patch" ornanmcifln bccnuw their type wf lolnec wm pcuKvvlytlitTi'rcnt from the nnpjfiah trade nd W difiVrvnl frorr. the gr...

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. — 13 May 1909

Itt H t?l r k I- f' r 1 1' t . r V . fr ) " ypfg 'gggsapsja -? vaiu PAGE TWO CRITTENDEN Mav 13th, 1909 KXXXXKXK;;x;;xKXKXXx;x;;;::;;aK:c::xKXXXxx:cK;:KMKKe9 Look At This K iiBi BU&33YH THOUGHTS ON BUSINESS :: 0 vtrl 0M :m: m it IN OLIV Marion, J.E0.:Y. Death always bring- sadness, but peculiarly so, when one so your.g and lovely is its victim. Cordie Oliver was born to V. B. Oliver end wife Sept., "7th, 1S91. Her mother and several brothers and sisters nvurn her loju. She professed faiih in Christ when about fourteen years of age, and one year later joined the Caldwell Spring Baptist Church. How mysterious are the wars of Providence! Yes mysterious to tinite the minds and wa s, but wise and good I through the eye of Faith, for we know i liTfXtWm wot Narcotic. JkpttfoujkOMnamam RmduSitJ' JtxJeaa jtaattiii MWsWf" sryTwl f mfWr ?ay- ins: ' t'.e whom Thju lovest is sick." Now Jf ;us loved this m .ther and loved ones. L Jt he did not come in answer to their prayer to spire her to the...

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. — 13 May 1909

balk av Ikes. Prominent Orators to Speak. I'nducah, Ky., April 23 Marion W. Littleton, of New York; Col. Bennett Young, of Louisville; Capt. William Ellis, of Owensboro, and Cnpt. W. J. Stone, of Eddyville, will bo the orators on the occasion of the unveiling of the Confederate monument of Gen. Lloyd Tighlman here May 15. Veterans and Daughters from many placed in the . tn .. i I iTiiuiur win nuriiti. I The bent known pills and the best pills made are De Witt's Little Early R filers Thej are pmnll, eay to take fen tie and certain, are Fold by all Druggist. 40 3rn Beach H.vgs G ven Life Setence. , Irvine, K., April 28 --Beach charged with the murder of his father, Judge James Hargis, was found guilty by the jury this morning and sentenced to life imprisonment in the penitentiary. wiiv it srcci:i:i)s Itffiiiioe lt' for One Thing Only, anil Marlon People Appreciate This. Nothing can be good for everything. Doing one thing well brings success. Doan's Kidney Pills do ono thing only. They...

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. — 13 May 1909

i. A T Eft m w 'Ml WE GIVE GOLD TRADING STAMPS. VERY MICH QUALITY Dress Goods and Dry Goods UP Something new all the time, a house full of the most desirable goods for the LADIES AND MISSES The Right Kind The Right Price We have the goods for those STYLISH DRESSES New line of black wool dress goods " " " white sheer " " Linens, batistes, organdies Dainty laces for trimmings embroideries, bands Stylish belts, collars, neckwear Hosiery and neckwejr. We have a good stock to select from. CARPETS, DRUGGETS, RUGS, MATTINGS LACE CURTAINS K 1 r - NO- it' ft r; r -, si '' V IS May 13th, MM PAGE TOUR CRIT1ENDEN RECORD-PRESS, F i 1 i i " i"1 ' gHttHaSftWHl onsider the postage stamp, my son. Its usefulness konslsts of its ability to stick to one thing until it gets there." There's a world or sound, horse sense in the above. We arc doing the postage stamp act and sticking to our one purpose to serve you so acceptably, so economically that you can't get on well without us. C LOTHES OST . . . ITS ...

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. — 13 May 1909

'. ammom FAGF FVt CRITRENDEN RECORD-PRESS, May 13th 1?09 H ' J. ro 'i-'- ;, f MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMW S? IT'S YOUR TIME NOW! St If you want some Real Bargains in First class Merchandise. Now is the Time. St H I r ; mRPH I'll Trunks and Suit-cases j mmwmmmwmmmmmwmmmmmmmmwymmmm. All K7ZM. XaHrp; W Nuini.denttat, Prom Building Forest Harris, tho Tolu mcrchnnt, was in tho city Friday of lust week. J. 0. Hrown, of Tolu, was hen the last of tho week on business. Dan W. Stone and family have moves into tho Durham house. Mnure Boston, who has attended school at Klkttn, has returned homo. Fred Durham and family have moved to the McCord property on Hollville street. IL II. Haynes, of Marietta, Ok., arrived Friday to visit his parent, Mr. and Mrs. II. A Huynes. ( apt. and Mrs. Georgo C. Norton, f IOUisvillo, were guests of their son, Chester II. Norton, last week. Learner Guess and family, of Tolu, were in town last week, the gucstB of Dr and Mrs. I. II. Clement. Foster Hrown, of Tolu, has accepte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 13 May 1909

I? I' I- l- V ,f "" tr ' PAGS SIX CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, May 13 h 19C9 iiiujuj" A C TBEL r BX II CHAPTER XV. In Which the Ghost Appear. ' Dilllcult work It was keeping sealed lips while we conversed upon matters far away, each endanvoring to avoid any reference to present surroundings. I knew I could fully trust this woman, could safely confide in her, yet surely there was no immediate necessity for tolling her this latest development in Tuttlo's case. Already she had enough to bear, and the manner la which she bore it awoke my sincere admiration. Whatever of despair, of womanly shrinking her private cab la may have seen during those weeks of ' loneliness, she brought nothing out , side Its doors but courage and Inspiration. Onco I remember she llngored , besido the rail with me, clinging to my arm for support against the j yacht's tumbling, her loosened hair , flapping in the wind, her cheeks Ua- ' Cling from the flying spray which occasionally lashed our faces. It was my look of...

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. — 13 May 1909

lan'sAp taot igrM wlthbw . Pain ao4 suffer I to the years til many i look much older than ally are. nyvoman, avoiding pain i regular use of that il remedy, for women, i of Cardui, keep tbelr tod beauty. CARDUI Mrs. Annie Vaughan, Ral 1. N. O, tried Cardui and rvrltes: "I was sick and worn out almost unto death. My sister finally persuaded me to tako Cardui. Before I had taken 'five bottles I was weN and strong." Try Cardui. It la for Its tonic, bulJdlng qualities should restore you gently to health. Thousands of women have found it to give them lasting benefit Try Cardui. For sale everywhere; at 47 Before the Bar. Wo sav without hesitation that De Wi t's K.W mi llladder Pills ara! are Jrq f r weak kidneys, 'tin ninttin f the bladder and all fr ' disorder. They are anti- neptic amine promptly in all cases of "weak baK, backache, rheumatism and rhciiinttic pain, Accept no substitute. V sell nnd recommit! tlicm. S 11 by all Dealers. 10 3m Dr. U. A' Slaydcn. :Veorinarlan: V -...-. rs al...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 13 May 1909

M' ,Sr few:. - V, M MGHT CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, May Mth im ' W f & r? sfm lW r II S .11 ,. T),( t (ounty C IMIIrlMpWt j CALDWELL SPRINGS j ,U r. )i a r. u s: a n a k a K-a k The sweet May flowers are here again. Rev. R. A. La Rue filled his appoint-men here Saturday and Sunday. Rob Pliant and bride nttended church here Sunday. Miss Carrie Oliver was the guest of Misses Lula and Willie Harpending Sunday. Forest Pogue, of Frances, attended Sunday school and church at this place Sunday. Miss Ethfl McClure visited her sister, Mrs. Edge Brasher, last week. Frank Stone, of New Bethel, attended church here Sunday and found his way round to Ed Harpending's again. Mrs. G. W. Jones, Mrs. E. H. Lott and Bessie Gibbs are on the sick list this week. Duron Koon spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents. , Buel Woodall and Miss Florence Tear attended church Sunday. MEXICO. Mexico jogging along at a moderate pace.. Everybody busy planting corn. Mrs. Kittie Myers is teaching a fine spring sch...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 20 May 1909

known as "Dollar" died Tuesday morn ' ing. May 18th, at 7:20, o'clock, at ht residence on West Salem street after' an Illness extending over threo months during one-half of which ho was confined to his bed, Ho was stricken with typhoid fever and afterward dropsy and c I r rho sis of the 1 i v o r. developed and for n month Ilia caeo linn been hopeless although everything possible was dono that medical scienco could surest. He realized his end was near and for weeks has talked of it and arranged all the details, himself. At his request he was buried with Masonic ritual with Hon. A. J. Hebout, V. M , A II Travis, J. G. Aher anl C. E. Weldnn, representing Hicham Lodge, and Kb Sullinger, Cole Moon- and Chas E Donekv representing Sheridan Lodge acting as pnll bearers. Hy his request Judge J. H. Kevil mide a talk at the grave and Rev It C Love officiated nt the funeral n M reidcnc and burial, which took place , nt the New Cemetery Wednesday ternoon at twoo'rlock. I He was a member of tho ...

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