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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 March 1907

R M! M us ?JW . m i um 11 The Boys' Brigade. Wo cop the following from the Urigader, the othcial journal of the organization. The Hoys League oi the M. K. Cliuroh, or this city, is an auxiliary to the National League, wa organised some time ajjo and has a large mambership. H. I), l'ollard i Superintendent, Ira SntherUud, President; Herschel Kamage. Vice-President; Harrj Steele, Secretary; Lmien Walker, Troasurer, The Hoy' Hrigade is a military organization, started and maintained io Christain churches in all part of the world for the purpose of interesting the youths and young men in the cause of Chritinn Manliness. It has for its motto the following: The advancement of Christ's Kingdom among boys and the promotion of habits of obodienco, reverence, discipline, and all that tends toward true Christain manliness." When a boy becomes a member of the Hoys' Brigade, he assumes certain duties towards the ohurch sueh as promise to try attend as tuauy church aud services as possible. He al...

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

00940606000)iti9WQ04000 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 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 Scott's Emulsion after 4 4 O 4 4 0 C Influenza. Invaluable for 1 i'Ji ALL DRUOQISTS: 66664"O'640944Oi4"4Hfr466604 Kentucky I ... her spiro hung cave-., her fragrant tlowors, II.t elllly rough-hewn rod, her bird oil tawere, H r rippllnt; springs and stream, lior froebot shouors, H. r kill and mountain lope, her city towors. I "ve bar Bluo (Trae vale, kir tiller's plod Hr rHBgod iiMHtitaiitMni, her gamo, H r graoletisgonUo folks, Iter miner prod. f Hr pre-eminent mtn, her men of fame. I mo iior Ulootfer! koroo. her cattle Ano, Itrr tobnooo an4 wheal, her eora i win, Hr aloud, oil, ttT. oper, coal, her mIhi. ...

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

i V& m i t a ff I ( ii. ; V I l! !K fr 1 fcl K. m mt m m fi'ft ATI el'l M m M3 I'M life U91A MJM ff?y YOU H iff Pm 9ELbm'9 iv el in r izif J vsLr IS, 'HI I m The Swellest Suits of the Season are Here! Single and double breasted for men and bos 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 $20.00 Tlfp QZ)c Ortttcnbcn S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. GEO. M. CRIDER, Associate Editor. Entered as second-class matter Joae i4h. iSr. at the postottce at Marian. Ky.. under the Act o( Congress of March 3rd. i979. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STRICTLY CAH IN ATAaCI. Single copies mailed..................... 1 month mailed to any addjeM " " 2 months ........ 5 months . i year j" "t 19 " 6 years . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IF NOT MID CH l ASVAflCB. , incle copies malted 05 u,' nth mailed le aoy ad4rM 15 n 1, 'h " " " . . j " I.JO...

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. GIW YOU GOOD ALLCS 5 AND PLEASE YOU TOO caster ! m, -, nt caster We have been Lead to believe that we Lead in the DRESS GOODS LINE. You'll believe it when you see it. Druggets, Carpets, Rugs and Mattings Laces Embroideries Net Swisses Lace Curtains Window Shades Embroidered Waist Patterns New line of Fur and Straw Hats In all the new styles New line of the famous "LION BRAND" Spring Shirts. Buy onr long silk gloves while you can get them. Ladies7 and . Gent's Neckwear Just the Things FOR EASTER Ladies' and Gent's BELTS Combs and Hand Bags. TAYLOR & CANNAN f SHOES S SSr PONT OVERLOOK this or NEGLECT to Get YOUR SPRING SUIT! g NEW STYLISH Bench Tailored SUITS For Men and Boys Yon can sec Uic difference in the uay they fit and other suits. Why not get the best when they cost you no more than others. Our line of Extra Pants Is also complete. Don't fail to sec them. 5 AND g OXFORDS g If you want them fcr that are good, pretty S& and of the latest styles don't fail to come 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. — 28 March 1907

y 1 ..;.. I I I 1 1 I! M .ukj r ordl -, vbti rdfi puoJy j I 1 ft B li $h mi i rfn. 'TH REV. JOHN JASPER Wonderful Preacher Report of one of His Sermons. In the Baptist Argus last week, Doctor Win. K. Hatcher gives his impressions of a sermon preached by the noted colored preacher, John Jasper, of Richmond, Va. Ittiagine a Sunday afternoon at his church a fair, inspiring day. His house was thronged to overflowing. It was the funeral of two persons William Kllyson and Mar Barnes. The text is forgotten but the sermon is vividly recalled. From the start Jasper howed a burden and a boldness that promised rich things for his people. At the beginning he betrayed some hesitation unusual for him. "Lemme say," he said, "a word about dis Willian Ellersin. I say it at de fust an' git it orf in or min'. William Ellersin was no good 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 de worl. It's a bad tale to tell on him, but he fix de...

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

All niht lon from toothache neurev.lcjie or rheumatism Sloeavs Oiviirveivt kills the psun quiets the nerves end induces sleep Ar oJI dealers. Price 25c 50c &H00 Dr Earl S.SIoajv, BosTor,Me,ss.U.S.A. . i Deeds Recorded. . 41. 'i Wlfu tO Oil m?7 -i DorCt Suffer K. I). l'iatj Craek and wtfa to .lokn K. .. res n tar !)yeusbrg Miid J. tU Hodge io ., K. Kirk 10ft aerva , r.k cUtUUh of land. I. anil UtttilmiMi to 11. . ! Kirk 10 acrta oi k J1OO0. K.i' ant! liHstoml to J. i arrw on Clftjlial L r and wlf t It I). . re ON 1'iHiJ orttt 4rt and wif to 0. W. i anal tot ia Marion I r.ipcrlj. ik. u 0. L NototU l.rrj 80. and vrifo (o A. M. . I'ioojr Fort croot l.-T aad wUo to A. it. - oa Hmaaoy Pork id J. It llowarvoa .. un (300. i to Siaoa MtCain T.t;. mogtaad otaora to nrf T8 em aoar , i.. M. (1. Mitohol r .-reel' $100. - to C. IT. Walkor 1'ittooa flooat crook -mine Appeal ' K.rheMMfcl. ftt. Ml I' t I . MT1 ' I aptwal al . .ioMkOr Kia New i -.! thai baa help ! waorlwi's i ." llvae ikaa all oi...

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

ftrv 7 MO, - Ty M H h;l r 1 f" III, J kii if, i: A IK STARR Jlrs. Belle Andrews and son Oms 'And Wilson, who went to Washington about three years ago have returned ire arc glad to have them back. V. C. Crayne, of Caldwell county .passed thru hore Saturday. Mrs. Sue liradley visited rolativos noar White Union Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mary Turley visited her moth ct Friday. Rev. Bouchot and Hankins went to Marion Wodneday. Miss Kva and Elbert Crayne, of Xono Star were here Friday. Mrs. Alma ,1'aris and little son Ellis: visited her sister Mrs. Allie Andrews Thursday night. Jim Gibson went to Marion Friday. Tom Manlcy and wife. TJf Mattoon, passed thru hero Saturday. Will Crayne and wife, of Caldwell county, passed thru here en route to Marion last weok. Mis Cordie Siglar, of M id way visited Miss Alma Hunt Saturday night. Miss Louise Woodsides, of Tribune attended prayer meeting here Saturday night. Oscar and Bob Thomason, of Caldwell Springs were hero last weok. Mrs. Mattie Siglar 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. — 4 April 1907

V (tlvifktribm JSetnf d Beautiful Piano Swrtesl Tone Hesl M .K. l;or Sale. !o l.xrelleni Organ. Mcirioii Music Store, l're HUK , NVxt to Marion Hank C. R KIENER, ' of the l'anioo' KHIU.I. PIANOS. m.M..w$M$MMjg, ?l I :::::: , Princeton, Ky.. Aprd 1. Tho lebaceo raider eontinn active in thu taction, and at a remit of their Wtet deMredations, the me will rn up into thousands of dollars, while practically ho oJIerte are being teade to capture the eulrit. laei night the to In tee bed of Mr. Certw right, a well -known planter living near Friendckip, koui i.v or .... wkiok had been preserved. ! Ki ' ' nnoetoo, wB i ;-.l- . r tk. .v.n. toullr deetroved, and Mr. Cart- las Maiv WWeorw ve .... r w I'M km a good description of I'entneky koapiulity and beer. Tke gneat departed -lung Mr and Mr. Hodge more years of life, health and i. tv and that tkey tbemaelve njoy many more aneh imoni, Fellewing i tke list reeeired: inrteil gold gla bowl, lute and gold liAHd painted - three sot of biiruihed gold...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 April 1907

llr BABY DROWNS i r i BRAVE IITTLE GIRL edmund kean. MBii in?c Yn;r I Little One Falls Into Pall of Water and j j jy 1 1 Loses Lite While Par- Xi 7 IS eat & m fin's Are Away ---------------------- I'ostyrille Ind , March 22. The littlo one year old child of Mr. atid Mrs. Kdward Kanisey, of this place, was drowned in a bucket of water yesterday aftornoon. Mr. Kauisey hud boon watering his in a candy bucket in the yard and had only left the house but a few moments" whon the little tot walked out while its mother was and fell with his head down in the bucket, which was half full of wstor. The child had probably been in tne water about ten uiinutos when discovered. All efforts to revive the little one failed and the mohter is prostrated with grief over the loss of her loved one. Stomach And Liver Troubles Cured Orino Laxative Syrup cures stomach ami liver trouble as it aids digestion, and stimulates the liver and bowels without irritating these organs like pills and ordinary cathart...

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. — 4 April 1907

RHEUMATIS t WWMX CURED nui Alpha Orr. af Blaak-(I their graadfather i. It i-i area. i Mra lleary Heynoidt 1 rk MaUwwall't unt of high water oar coaiag around by i Ki week. Laxative Cough Syrup. THE O LIVER IS Simplicity Itself ii "t !u out' nml then- i lulu to your corns- and incrense your liven a child can op- us and vc will 1 in your home or 0RIDER & WOODS If y v. .m Thr fimilxflnn : i ., . M,u,gu ana me Muscles and Joints lubricated by using SlOlftLlVA Lirvinveivt Vi Price 25c 50c 6 $1.00 rj Sold by &II Dealers "Sloans Trealise On The Horse"SenV Free Address Dr. Earl S.SIoan.Boston.Mass. LEVIAS ; ik shatm;. -re bu ), mu platttioiz I. .dr Jrita. of .Under-. vmitiag frianda. - I..lia aaa Kaia Cartor ! i.trr iwr PlaeaaajrriiU Hid rl tMM SasSSSlfal i I if Saamaiaf. Uood nd tkOTMfB WOrt. !'. . nWlej ia atill eoalaad to iriirolg altwlf. ..ii Ultaa, of Saaridaa, ..- ebeol hara. .M.urs oa lk blai or of ratal fraa t mail. - ' i) Sakoal bagios aaxt Kry body aaata eal aa4 Httmalria ...

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. — 4 April 1907

Ml Wi H sr. .1 r ik1 .1 s v A i w : i 5 ' v.t IPII MO P KP U i L I' ;ifl ')! w. ill ( li?J K . it1. II : Si '" ' ,ksssssok:jbst.: .w. AK AK A. TV EgBlHiraP jf ip: rffe li TBRMI OP SUBSCKIPTION tiacTLT cmh lit aovtxca. mh naff4 to amy iMrw n o'lthl " " " ' '"h ' " " -n '.'.'.'.....'.'.'. 1KRMS OP ftUMCftlPTlON It OT Ml MH IB AOVAMCC. .r COilt Uiterf .i niaitadMaajy iMim. 'It." VIHTKSIMV, AI'KIL 4, 1907. Of .It .If 10 1.69 M OS - ti J l.o Wt are authorized to announce R. H. THOMAS a candidate for Assessor, to fill out the unexpired term of J. Anthony Davidson, subject to the action of the Republican party. Ho endorses the local option law. Mothers who teach their children ha. i now gone back to the old-fashioned simplified spelling board, namely, the shingle Trust your appotito, ays a lua.th magazine. That advice would be all right if we could iuduco tho grnror to do a little more trusting. What's the mattor with a woman win n ho refuses to talk back to her husband ' asks the Chicago ...

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. — 4 April 1907

K iw Ul (ilU. YOU GOOD VALUES 1-C AND PLEASE YOU TOO ;ortiOS(ftft(fi(KK(ffKKKK Wmmm c i' ,K Tf . s r if !., Conic M'M.Wtfjh& MMMMMMftMAMftMMMMftMMMMMMd SB This is No APRIL FOOL! S For We Have Certainly Got the Most Complete and Up-to-date Line OF jg i- j A 1 LiJ Oil 1 ! i i( nlut, I'rM Building oqt f4a; ( Vtttt vm it toM lUyvoH ft KMtr . ru, d -Fordi Krrjr, Mr. J. B. IU, of toa SataNKj. Wall, of Slrgi, ' Sugriay, laoppiag. M . c. Q. M!aa oi ri m4 rtiarsed lutaMrrilU a4 the ! wr la wwa Mr. Braaa loera, of lhmu af liia jmrtBU, l. It. Moor 1 k A frv aMpla h4 '" t 3f aauli ontli 0. II.WNH. M - UHver Hurley are ii( of ten- tonnd hor anennuice Mon- uid buuo arc doing ORME'S DRUG STORE Summer Dryness 'I, dry .u a Ikhii. ' ' prnelratr to ' mu. riMtmimmr It upon vou and ' Hurt a labor. Hum ' l riwhiDK C'Aial ' T.hinB. Mtiifying '' M plKM)lial. mini julep or nut "MMrklirjg, Crnn 1 ' in mid Cool Off. 11 ill CiMilurx "'la I'tiuntain Men's and Boys' SUITS Ever shown in the county "STERLING" ...

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. — 4 April 1907

3 n cL .: IS' Brr l'j' ui(t nil nc i s H :mi i I't F I " I f J r .r ; i a1 i 1 a, a, (n M a !' a E a ft Si K ii. R. F. DORR L f r J Ku.1 i!ti.T FUNERAL DIRECTOR and EMBALMER Dealer in Coffins, Caskets, Burial Robes, Slippers, Etc. Furniture, Chairs, Bed Room Sets, Bed Springs, Rockers, Tables, Etc. Picture Frames and Moulding LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE EVANSVILLE, INDIAN "A SCHOOL WITH A REPUTATION" iTT '"I'TagTTi 1 n -,- 'SyH mbyji;, re" 'fa mr . j Sji s it a a s,k a SiK.nJi : ML fMii iTllffrlftr S ii if- 1 , . , , H'Y'efrasl UTJWMfcr - - ' ,. aeas. wiLSLELL Kinds -AND REPAIR Let us sell you your Pipe, Pipe Fittings, Plumbing Goods and Fixtures Stimm Pumps Injectors Steam Guages Wall Pumpe Strainers Flue Drushes Tank Pumps Lubricators Lace Leather Pulleys Grate Bars (Babbet Metal Hose, Belting Packings Boilers Shafting Oils and Qilers Gasoline Engines Horse Shoeing the Very Best We are Blacksmiths, Plumbers and Machinists All we ask is a trial. Patronize your Home Man Eskew Brothe...

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. — 4 April 1907

A On 44M444044444O00000000 That hacking Because your your powers of resistance weakened. Take Scott's Emulsion. It builds up and strengthens your entire system. It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so prepared that it is easy to take and e&sy to digest ALL DRUGClSTSi GOe. AND 11.00 Arkansas Letter, . , tt Ark., March 'Ju. I'm.t nn , i mi ..ii.ii,u u, furnior letter found u wy tin- of your paper will i- I promised oudoaTor to ((ire i liiy readers a brief description . t.eitutiful land in which 1 uo.v or ligm with, I want to ay there -. irrnl million acres of Tnwut t u StatM land whigh can ouly ,. (Hired by lieiiiettradiwg, all . in the baliful Hear State" k.niit) which has i,taiid this GorerMtneut land we found in nearly every county of . and to tkowt who Ware - -topped to think of the in f the grand old tat, will gay t undod on the .Vorth by lij n the Kastby the Misiiwippi are the it fron TeauoMoe Milppl, on Uw 'oiith hi .u, Teiag and Indian Tern- iu ao area of 3,SfiU wj...

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. — 4 April 1907

rpMPJ h J B $ We have just received a fresh CAR OF LIME Telephone us and we will send you a barrel on short notice. Come in and get your MAIL BOX Before our present supply is exhausted CHAPEL HILL Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Hill pave a musical on last Saturday night at Crayncvillc, and was well attended. Mossrs. John and Ed Hushing composed the string band, and gave Mime fine music. Frank Adams while hauling some polos, his horses got scared and ran away and demolished his wagon with no other serious damage. Frank was several yards from them when they started. We arc having fine woather for work, tobacco plants up plentiful, and some are advanced in their plowing. Every thing looks green and beautiful, wheat is a fine prospect. J. T. Hicham, of Crajneville, is having infiamatory rheumatism in his feet, and is suffering very much. Eery thing is blooming in our oommunity. Wheat, grass and clover are looking woll in this precinct, prospects are good for plenty of fruit of all kinds if nothing ...

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. — 4 April 1907

& parties engaging his service-. He work- alontr uiet aud conservative line-, and his aim is is to present an intellectual entertainment enough novelty to appeal to popular tastes. Mi. Kirk devised entertainment for the of the various phages of human nature ir. an original manner, and at the time retaining the refinement and literary qualities of an ordinary evening of readings. He is not a stilted elocutionist, but a refined and versatile entertainer and character impersonator. He has great range of voice and facial expression, and the greater pait of his selections are given with no other adjunct than an occasional cap or wig. With an extensive repertoire, ranging from a heavy dramatic selection from Shakespeare down to a comic impersonation of a school boy, he presents a most satisfactory program of humor, and character delineations, and he can comply with all reasonable demands upon his versatility. Admission, adults '2b cents: children 15 cents. Hoover-Lynn. Thur-day night ...

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. — 4 April 1907

St! BABY DROWNS Little One Falls into Pail of Water and Loses Life While Parents Are Away Poseyvillc hid , March 'Jl'. The little oue year old child of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaiu?ey, of this place, was drowned in a bucket of water yesterday afternoon. Mr. Kamsey had been watering his horse iu a candy bucket in the yard and had only left the houe but a few moments when the little tot walked out while its mother was employed and fell with hi head down iu the bucket, which was half full of wster. The child had probably been in tne water about ten minutes when discovered. All effort to revive the little oue Jailed and the mohter is prostrated with grief over the loss of her loved oue. Stomach And Liver Troubles Cured Orino Laxative Syrup cures stomach and liver trouble as it aids digestion, and stimulates the liver and bowels without irritating these organs like pills and ordinary cathartics. It cures indigestion and sick headache and chronic constipation. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does ...

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. — 4 April 1907

1.1. li I1" fe? fJ T.7HBM raT!!?857W,5?1 JT IFTSjMS " y " JH 1IP.H ,-"" V'- VTV IV K If RHEUMATIS 4M Ki)t V r HVH CURED The Circulation Stimulated V I J.L 11 ana me nuscies ana ooinrs lubricated by using Sloeavs Liivinveivt V iBi Address LEVIAS Lai;rij)C i- abating. Fariueix sire bu , ilaiitinir corn. lis Lncilo (ii'iihtli. ot i hem iitinj; Mi-se Tidia and Kate Carter visited tlioii itor near liuukuc illo lait week and did succetul lishinj:. Our is llounliing. Good attendanec and thorough woik. Fred Binkley is still confined to his room, improving -lowly. Mi Fleta La Hue. ot Shoiidan, i attending here. Our neighbor- on the bluil aie the advantages ot rural tioe delivery ot mail. Our Sunday School begins next Sunday. Kvery body come out and help. fJeorire was here last week and bouirht a tine team trom the 1'ioss tor ?''.")0. A Criminal Attack on an inotTencive citizen i- frequently made in that apparently useless little tube called the "appendix." It's generally the of protracted co...

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. — 4 April 1907

yynS TERMS Ol- SV'HSCRIPTIOX ilKICTH CASH is nxNci. ii u i ' opie milled oj i i tn mailed to an addreM n ' " I Hi- 55 " 5' , 50 -a ,. ;; Tl RMS 01' SVUSCRIPTJON' I N'M PMO CAM IK AOVAMCr. -4.. iit nmlleU ... . o i Aiied to any ai!dri i VliritSDAV, A IMUli I. 1H07. Wo are authorized to announce It H. THOMAS son, subject to the action of the He-publican party. He endorses the local option law . Mother- who teacli their children have now gone back to the spelling board, namely, the shingle Trut jour appetite, says a health magazine. That advice would be all riirht il we could induce the grocer to do a little more trusting. What the mutter with a woman when she to talk back to her '' ask- the Chicago Time-. Our i- that -he i- either oi dead. lie ,1'jproducer. Employes are ol two classes those who produce and make money, and those who are on the expense side. The producer is never out ol a job. Ninety per cent, of a man s trouble mentally, morally, physically and financially is because h...

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. — 4 April 1907

i 1 Sk mm ' 2d 3S WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES S AND PLEASE YOU TOO 2P mmmmmi w f q 'y t, s r F. W.Xunn, dentist, Buildiii!.' !uy Olive spent Sundav in Mr. tWilliani Vate was in town Friday. 3h. Knnua ilayward apcnt Master at St. Vincent. W. 15. Wilborn, of Ford.- Ferry, in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kay, of were in town Saturday. Miss, brace Wallace, of Sturgis, was in the city Saturday, shopping. Dr. and Mrs. C. i. Morcland, ot Fords Ferry, were in the eity Saturday. S. M. Wcldon has icsisrned hi jiosition at and ha- returned home. Mrs. (.Jus Suuinierville and the I'hilipps were in town shopping Wednesday. Mr. and Mr.. Urucc Moore, of Tolu, were the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Moore FOll SALK A few maple shade trees, from 11) to !15 cents each according to size. W. D. Hav.n'es. Mr. and Mi. Oliver Hurley are the proud parents of a len pound girl, who made her appearance Monday. Mother and babe arc doing well ORME'S DRUG STORE Summer Dryness Thir.ity, parched, dry as...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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