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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 June 1909

SBBSBJSggirsjgggga I'JU.JJE.J I Iceberg! 7.at all I know for ze nex' minute, only znro bo hull for'ard, an' ze ship np on opd." "Is that all you can tall? Is thoro any "tie tiae here able to oxplaln" "Well air," said a deep rumbling voice forward "1 was Just nft o' the j ' when the rumpus hap- ! ! ahangin' on to a I i ) rcjuldti't e much, but 1 figure It out i like this. We hit a big berg bows o: a lot o' Ice caved off on, us, an' ( I ' smashed In the for'ard deck like It was paper, croshln down everything a fur all as the Hoth boll i ers blew up. an' then inthlu' hold the stern In the air but the after bulk-I I i hend. When Uiat Anally gave way h I ' ol' hookor d topped to Dav Jones ! There wasn't a man ahead o' the main 1 hatch that hud u ihanco even to run I It." i my bitath itnllr a ahtei r. me I "I am ut utile to ti :ike out ' anl." 1 snld at last ' Nf- -' '! :h. belnu!nic at the Uo.' ' 'cm (Vie air." It wu Uid vol .. ' the tit ".v it E. ejk up igSt" "h ..t.SOtl " "Kell: " "McK...

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. — 3 June 1909

' ""fii ; p 'ijr ' ' J ' ,.,. npmppfwy i y Mw lyw " ;u - & JUNE 3rd 1W0 CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, page s : ' : r M 'f W m I h I s i OPERATION HER ONLY CHANCE Adrlnit, (In. "I Buffered untold misery frlll l female ml lUvMH'. HII1 I eullld not St Milt 11 re Mian a wlnu ,t a time. M il". t Mid mi x Par 3t WAN t II r olllV rli Hire I lia 1 ai I I dre.ttb'd jl ,t I moat it tiiin li n death one (I. iv 1 Mt leading luiw othei w onvii had Ihm:i cured by Lydlu K. Ilnkham's Wffw. tnhl (i!iix)ium1, mill tlrldel I to try it 1 1' : i I 1. 1 1 t ikn (im ottle I U'ilh"tr. .tin! n it J Rin completely itmd "- I.i n V. II) Mil. Koiltu No. 3, .dri.in. it i. Why will Miitneii take chances with nn r dm; out a sickly, lulf lif.irUM mUsim; three-fourths of t i .it wlieu they cm 'hid health i.t I,li.i Iv lliiklnim s 'i k'i table Cmmiiid ' I"'ir ttitrty year It has been tho standard remedy fur female Mia, And has euivd tliuiiMHinU of women who h.ivo Immi with miIi ,ts as dlsiil.i.'f ini'iiti. iiill.iiiin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 June 1909

frAOE LIGHT J HEBRON. J L. J. Daughtrey was in Marion Monday. Si Franklin rnd family visited relatives in Union neighborhood Saturdaj and Sunday. Miss Ruth Cook, who hns been going to school in Marion, has returned home. Ab Henry wus in this section Friday. Clifton Lamar and Willie Threlkeld, of Carrsville, visited relatives in this neighberhood several days ago. Mr. and Mrs. W C. Byarly have been visiting near Irma this week, Roy Belt was in Marion Saturday. Misses Kittle Wathen, who have been attending school at Marion, have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Threlkeld, of Hurricane, visited her parents, Jerry Daughtrey and wife Sunday. Misses Uria and Carrie Ainsworth arc visiting Miss Mamie Williams this week. Mrs. W. J. Belt visited her sister, Mrs. Aaron James, Monday. Several from here attended services at Crooked Creek the fourth Sunday. fttttttTtttTttttttTTtTtttT J FREDONIA. J J..I..I..I. J..l..ll..l. f nt.fl luliiliilut ilnl .1.J..I. " TTTTT Trl H I TITTTI'TTTT T I I I T (D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 June 1909

.'-.-. . " T" - ' J . , , a' - v Mff jtntott Hejtarft 4 P was . u 1,1V VOL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 10, 1909 NUMBER 3 4 oooooooooooooooooooo 0 YOU ARE INVITED OUT TO 0 0 HEAR SATURDAY NIGHT 0 0 HAND CONCERT. 0 0 The following business men have 0 0 engaged tho Marlon Hand to give 0 0 Saturday night concerts beginning 0 0 Saturday night Juno 12, at 7:30 p.m. 0 0 and each following Saturday night 0 0 through the summer: 0 J. H. Orme, 0 Levi Cook, 0 Co. 0 M. E. Foh, 0 M. Copher, 0 Morris &. Yates, Taylor & Cannan, 0 A. S. Cavcndar, 0 T. H. Cochran A Co., 0 Olive & Walker, W. V. Haynes, 0 J. C. Specs, 0 McConnell & Stone, A. M. Gilbert. 0 Walter McConnell, 0 R. H. Kemp, 0 Dan Hubbard, 0 Eskew Brothers, , 0 Ordway & Guens. 0 New York Bargain Store, and 0 Hopkinsville Laundry, Roy 0 Gilbert. Agent. 0 0 i Everybody should come out and en- 0 . . . 0 j themselves with their friends 0 0 and 0i nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnOfiO VIRGIL Y. MOORE DELIVERS ADDRESS AT CO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 June 1909

rm i ; 0 Kodol supplies the same digestive Juices that are found n a healthy stomach. Being a liquid, It Harts digestion at onco. Kodol not only digests your food, but helps you enjoy eery mouthful you eat. You need a sufficient amount of good, wholesome food to maintain strength and health. But, this food must be digested thoroughly, otherwise the pains of Indigestion and dyspepsia are the result. When your stomach cannot do Its work properlj, take something to help your stomach. Kodol is the only thliwr that will give the stomach complete rest. Why? Because Kodol does the same w ork as a st rong stomach, and does it In a natural way. So. don't neglect your stomach. Don't become a chronic dyspeptic Keep your stomach healthv and strong by taking a little Kodol. You don't have to tnko Kodol all the time. You only take it when you need it. Kodol is perfectly harmless. Our Guarantee Go to Tour druggist today and itet a bottle. Then after you have used tha entire contents of the bottle ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 June 1909

'1 I Tolu, Ky., May 31, 15XW. Mr. S. M. irnkins, Mnrion, Ky. Dear Sir: I send you it call for our Crittenden county Union to meet at Marlnn Inn.. 11, 1WV) nl 10 ..Vl.lr A Good Hair-Food Aycr's Hair Vigor, new improved formula, is a genuine hair-food. It feeds, nourishes, builds up, strengthens, invigorates. The hair grows more rapidly, keeps soft and smooth, and all dandruff disappears. Aid nature little. Give your hair as good hair-food. De not cUnft ih cof ikt half. A ItraiU with M4k kottl iters law It or Alk kin ao It. lkBdM haaaya You need not hesitate about utine this new Hair ViKorfromanyfetrofiuchanc ine the color of your hair. The new Aycr's Hair Vijjor prevents premature grayness, but does not change the color of the hiireventothe sllchtest degree. Miiia bj U J. O. Ajtf C LwU, . NOTICE. To the Local secretaries of ittenden Co., F. E. and C. of A. you are hereby no ed that the county union ailed to me t at Marion, , Saturday, June 12th, at 'clock a. m , for the of completing...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 June 1909

PAGE FOUR CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS. JUNE 101))) if. 'W' jm ;, B 8" 3" m i ft ' P & Si PuH Every Man Is interested in Sood Clothes, and has been for many, many years. His greatest trouble it seems to be in getting Style Quality and Satisfaction For the price he Is willing to pay. We Have What You Want Clothes for Men Clothes For Boys Clothes for Children We Fit and Suit All Efje Crittcnticn 30'h year, Circulatien 4,000. S. M. JENKINS Editor nd Publisher. Entered as second-class matter I'ehraary 9th, 1007 M tbe pojtoffice at Marian, Kentucky, under e Act of CongreM of March. 1S79. . ITIICTLT CASH IN ADVAXCI. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Slagle copies mailed 01 1 month mailed to any address tj " " " S months 75 " " " Tear i.jo " Tear j.oo CASH ADVERTISING RATES: ie per Inch S. C. to I'nrrign Advertisers. aoc par Inch S, C. to Home Advertisers Repeated tds one-half rate. Metal bases onlr used for Plates and Electros. Locals sc per line. Locals 10c Per line in twelve point type. THURSDAY, Ju...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 June 1909

' r ??. i S an 49 $18 00 Blue Serge Suits $15. 15.00 4 " " 12.00 12.50 ' " " 10,00 ! 18. Gray a Fancy " 14.00 16.50 12.50 J 14. " " " 10.00 3 Extra Bargains in Two Cj Piece Suits ! S Trunks and hu ch tin- ' id Si ndny in nils mown Pat 11 o' 'ck a. m., mi "t night give fan address on the 'Prpsoiu and toutlook of th ('. P. c u.ch." Ev.- : body invited to att"nJ Albe i Finer and in vviftt, who was Miss Grace Ai"Hir1h, of this city, rnre now living in Allien, Iowa, where he is the I. C, Railroad agent and graph operator at a nice salaiy. Al ls bert quit farming about a year ago and 'took a business course at collego ana is now a graduate, and soon secured a good place. He went t his now post about two weeks and Mrs. Ains- fc woi Ih, who came by here from Bow- K ling Green, to say to her l", many fiienils and rclativea, lolt last Thursday to join him Broken lots i n F.W. Kudo, dentin, Press Building Miss Maude Gilhland has accepted a position with Mrs. A. S. Cavcnder at her storo on Main...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 June 1909

W- I i! n I. s T IS; .( . EA r itmw as uu FjcSBl i , nllm. . r ... r" . zgEJJkMn am P V KV - - r IrtlrTSiiffiiii ssri'iiiiiwi ii '' "i . ,. y"'Ji,VrT'' i n : '' -" irw"""'"'jlv"',iT?r . ... ,. nt ,mmmnnu Wl '' " .' ' '. ". i m jitunMJiiwn r - "M'-' )""'' jnii'ljHi)' , ')nnr? PAGE SIX CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, JUMEl0.hl90) THE10Y4GE By by tont3c?'6tftvimH or fitter nc UJ))xili3 arrfiStrctGKma ;yg CHAPTER XXII. In Which I Understand My Lady. She rested motionless, her cheek barely touching my sleeve, her eyes filled with love, her hands In mine. Then I heard her voice, soft as a whisper, tho breath of her lips on my cheek. "You will not misjudge me; surely you can not. Those words would never havo been uttered In any other circumstances. Not that I am afraid, not that I am ashamed or regretful; but nothing else could ever havo set me free. Now we must know, understand each other we must die with our hearts open, our souls clean. You really love me? trust me? bolleve me to be a worthy w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 June 1909

''''uTy 'f u n i ijh n My ' t Jjt,Vl" I I' -- ',,w lJrWyw?WWi AWfjJUiWf 1ft ' ' wu, wy v? ' ,. ; '; '.!, i , " ,,-. -, v Tl, rf JUNe iOh lftoe CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS. pages :e MOTHERS WHO HAVE DAUGHTERS Find Help in LydiaE. Pink-faun's Vegetable Compound Winchester. Ind. "Four dootori toM me that thejr coukl never make me regular, ana that I would eventually have dropsy. 1 would bloat, and down patna,crampa and chilla, and I could not aleep night. My mother wrote to Mrs. for ad vice, and wm LvdlaE.rinkham'i I began to una Vegetable Cora- pound. After taking one and one-half bottlea of te Compound, I am all right again, and I recommend It to every differing woman." Mka. Mat Deal, Winchester, Ind. Hundred of such letters from girla and mothers expressing their gratitude for wliat Lydla E. llnkhanh Vegetable Compound hat accomplished for them have been received by The Lydla E. llnkham Medicine Comiany, Lvna, Mass. , , OlrU who nro troubled with painful or Irregular periods, backache, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 June 1909

I: mi "r , ' wwp1' 'i tgac iw jjtk 9-ire wyw V:? & Ixrwr US' ft ikv ft H 1 11 B K-V 1 HURRICANE. J With apologies to our former correspondent wo will write you a few words from this community. Sunday school at Hurricane every Sunday Morninp; at 10 o'clock. We wish to uree every one to attend. Let us do all in our power to make this the best school had at this place for years. Let all the young folks attend and let all, old and young, take part In the work. - THmtim nd family visited at fieorge Moore's Sunday.' Frank Jacob's family visited at Mr. Hunt's Sunday, James C. Harden is teaching one of the best schools that has been taught, at Caney Fork for some time. "Jerry Daughtrey and wife Visited their daughter, Mr. Henry ThtclktW, last week, Johnny Httnt Went to Bob Under-down's Sunday evening, drawn hither 4y some attraction, no, doubt. . Jonathan Stone and wife were in Marion Wednesday. The singing at John Phillips' was enjoyed by all. The Farmers' Union meeting at the Colen wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 June 1909

rt Denomtoallea lis Hade Reaurkable Grawth Dttrlig Past Tear. Auxiliaries oAlteid. Ashland, Ky., Jnnel 1. The General Association of Baptists in Kentucky will meet in Ashland, June 23, for a three days' session. It will be a notable gathering, The State Board, through Dr. W. D. Powell, corresponding secretary, will present a most encouraging report showing that more than 100 evangelists, missionaries and colportuern hare had 3,700 baptisms and 1,400 additions by letter. This is more than twice as many as were reported lost year. Kentucky Baptists gave the past year f 109,358.45 to all missions, an increase of f23.412.ol over the previous yerr. Of this amount $23,-611.39 was for the Home Hoard of Atlanta. Ga., and $37,527.64 for foreign missions, Possibly no State in the South had a greater increase in mission offerings. During April, Dr. Powell received for missions 1(1,278.50, or ff,029 78 more than was given during the entire year of 1P99. Thirty-eight churches have been built or ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 June 1909

jt Br' 7 'l.-T. ', wr iif?",t'l Vsy JUWB 17 1SMJ PAGE TWO CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, WWWWWM' illlWMI MINISTERS' AND MEMBERS' MEETING 01 The Ohio River Baptist Association Held at Blooming lirove Church May 28. 1909. The Ministers and Members Meeting of the Ohio River Baptist Association met with Blooming Grove Baptist church Friday, May 2S, 1909. The former moderator, Rev. R. A LaRue, being absent, the house was called to order by Bro. P. A. Clark, forjner clerk. Music by choir, prayer by Rev. F. L. Atwood. Introductory sermon preached by Rev. J. J. Franks. On motion of Rev. W. R. Gibbs, to meet 1: 30 p. m. -Friday, 1:30 P. M.- Music by choir. Prayer by Rev. W. C. Pierce. The following officers were elected: Bro. G. N. McGrew, moderator; Bro. P. A. Clark, clerk. The program was then taken up. Essav by Rev. J. S. Henry. Subject, "Regeneration." It was an able eS3a jn4 waq greatly enjoyed by all who heard it. On motion of Bro. W. R. Gibbs, the essay was received for criticism. After rem...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 June 1909

A J t ttnorilliJiry lnm;rUy shr c few. 1 1" thai ihuti''l give hojm utnl Lit 1 in to On- many uho are i!all wl mid pester d by nil sorts of telling thuni In be Hiiro to do and to bo nuro i' to do (hut penult)' of shortening tvolr iH?:' She sal 1 "I never lived by rul what 1 I Ik id. wore whiit 1 liked So lived n Christian llf.i." To be fit H j!M tt.liMf a.' .1 at iV.nt Kit ranjo a Christian woman In a Christian I nd and with nmltratlnn Mho hud r flu 1 rup these, and rli i oka b.cic over n hundred ennt. wti llr : jt and fnmiwi, with rn" tt 1 tint- t nnd fnrw.vd to ttv fuiur Not a drop of Alcohol Doctors prescribe very little, if any, alcohol these days. They prefer strong tonics and This is ail in keeping with modern medical science. It explains why Aycr's is now made entirely free from alcohol. Ask your doctor. Follow his advice. A We publish ear fermnU a W"ebnlb. eleehel yers r from our m.dlclB.t Wt r( yea te eeeiull your deler Unl(s there is dally action of the bow els, poisonous ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 June 1909

i I-J If 1 IwEiTr m 1 S3f Si E2i MMW)kv . . . j i """,", JUNE i7!90 PAGE FOUR CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, MNMWwWN We Give Gold Trading, Stamping Buy Your Next Suit Here and Save The Difference SuitsCoats Pants. The New Colors The Mew Cuts. O J&l o o 04 i ES if v "l I? V -V-il m o (0 i o O ofi Ther'es a lot of Talk about the Tailoring; but the clothes tell a better tale than the wind More New Hat Novelties. FUR STRAW H6MMH REAP THE BENEFIT OF OUR LOW PRICES GET THE BENEFIT Of OUR CHOICE STOCK. There never Was never a time in our business course when we were better prepared to take care of your wants, All Backed by Style-Quality and Price Low Prices a Telling Feature Warm Weather Dress Goods-Wool Skirt Goods-White -Laces- -Nets-Novelty and Combs. ECONOMY PRICES The best of all Hosiery -Fans--Ribbons Headquarters for House Furnishings. Carpets- -Rugs Lace Curtains. Yande Co CIje CritrcnDen 30th year, Circulation 4,000. S. M. JENKINS Editoc and Publisher. Entered as second-class matter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 June 1909

5v s 4; i & 'sS & SR Trunks and Suit Cases, FOR SALE:-A good milch cow with young calf. The cow is ix jeirs old, price, SW.OU. T. A. Harpendlng. I Judge J. Hello Kevil, who attended K, the Confederate re-union at Memphis, returned home much enthuicd over his : trip. I Miss Rubena Nimmo has been con- lned to her bed for several weeks with yphoid fever, is slowly recoveting. Will Pentacoste, of Corydon, apont Sunday with his brother, Howard Pen- Ucoste of this city. Miss Efllo Deboo returned Sunday fternoon from Memphis, where she ttendr J tho Confederate re-union. . Florine Champion, the little daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Claude Champion, has yphoid fever, but is some better. Miss Rebecca Williams visited her ister, Mth. Gugenheim, a few dnys ast week. Mrs. Herbert Morris is ill at the home if her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. libb, on west Depot street. Hugh Hurlty, wife nnd children nr ived Sundiiv and will visit friends nnd datives nnd at Princoton for several eeks, before retur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 June 1909

& I . m ft jy ' - Vi) J ' AGE SIX CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, JUNE 17th 190 i CHAPTER XXIV. In Which I Explore the Cabin. Do Nova assisted me to niy feet, tho other men crowding about, their faces filled with wonderment. "For God's sake, wit Is It, monsieur?" "There are deadnnen In there," I already ashamed of my display of terror "1 I touched one In the dark." They drew back from the open door, gazing with new horror Into the blackness of the Interior; but my own courage wus rapidly returning, as I realized that I must lead and control. "Well, lads, It startled me, all right, but we cannot afford to give up this ship to dend men De Nova, take Kelly with you. and try to discover something on board with which to mako a llaro Thoie ought to be plenty of dry stufi In tho galley. Not a word to the women about what I found aft." Tho rest of us hacked away, while they were gone, at the Ice concealing tho front window shutters, and partly uncovered one. Hut we could get no purchase upon I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 June 1909

'k Tin . J .i?4 ttrf l'"' '"" " V" 1 I"" i 'ii I, nil 1 m t it '1 -J IE 17th 10C9 CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, PAGEEVEM im CKACHE ILL YIELD E. Pinkham's blc Compound ind, Maine. "I was troubled ? tltno with mliis in mv back w p, and waa miserable in every way. i doctored until I was dis. cournged, a n d thought I should never get welL I read a testimonial about Lydla 11 lMnkhatn'a Vcgreta. blo Compound, and thought I would try It After lng three bottles I was cured, and never felt so well ay Ufa I recommend Lydla 11 jn's Vegetable Oosinound to all ends." Mrs. Will Yot-NO, fl bia Avenue, IlocklatuL Me, icho Is a symptom ox female s or derangement. If you ackachc, don't neglect It To tnaneut relief you must reach at of tho troubfa Nothing wo will do this so safely and surely la E. Pinkhara's VegeUblo Com- uura tho canno ol these and Kilns and you will wullaud strong. (rroat volume of unsolicited my constnntlr oonrimr in proves iuslvely that Lvdia K. Ilukhain's stable Compound, made from r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 June 1909

a iW r w i M r - 'I AKr i ' f UL irxjVtJH L . iri v .n- mhh 5V iSSWP'T l - K. N.' f AGE EIGHT CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, JUNE 17 DYCUSBURG. Z Mrs. Mayme White, of Brownwood, Texas, is visiting har mother, Mrs. J. M. Graves. Mrs, Carrie Bradley is spending this in Paducah. Mrs. B. C. Graham, of Grahamville, is the guest of her father, F. D. Ram-age. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett and Miss Leon Ynncv ware in Nashville last week. Mrs. Will Wadlington and daughter, of Lyon county, were guests of friends in town Saturday and Sunday. Misses Mollie Dvcus and Marguerite Grove spent a few days in Eddyville recently. Robert Scott, of Pine Bluff, Ark., mb visiting his aunt, Miss Cora Graves. Mrs. M. J. Langston returned from a visit to Bayou Mills recently. Me8dameB J. M. Graves, C. T. Glenn and M. B. Charles were guests of relatives in Nashville last week. The Dycusburg District Sunday School Convention will be held at the M. E. church 'Saturday, June 19. Rev. Lewis, Presiding Elder, preached to an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 June 1909

v T . I Marion broko oven on the double header with MayfWd last week. losing tho opener by a score of G to B, and pWiK tho second In tho'Vln" column Wv safe margin of 4 to 1. Both f j were well attended and an amount of interest was displayed. The first game was a sec-saw affair which belonged to anybody until the last man wm out. The feature was a catch by Metcalfe, the visiting ahortatop of a hot llnea from Lamb'a bat which looked good for at least two baaes. Jumping high In the air, he knocked the ball down, catching it before It teuched.the ground. It wu ono of theJbejtUatfhea exc ill2aUJbrtuaaauW in nw ll MC.pt th. jrtjfrtgft With the exeettioa of thto Sftfttaff the every game ho lian pitched nince ho came to Mnrion hns been indeed a Htnr performance. One of tho most agreeable features of tho game was tho work of behind the bnt. This boy hnH clearly demonstrated to western Kentucky enthusiasts thnt there is no position on tho diamond ho can not fill creditably, nnd wo are convi...

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