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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 February 1907

r o . f S3 ' When the Silhouette Was Popular A Sketch of Washington's Time By WALTER J. JANES ICcrriKJit V bj C N I.urle.) ' I ton's dny there was no such art as pbotojjraphj to preserve the likenesses of the Trent and the humble Itut for the paint era of portraits In oil the fea tures of the Father of His Washington Country and of the other anortant figures of his tlnio would have been lost to posterity. There existed, however, one poor makeshift or substitute for the photograph. That was the silhouette. Washington, Franklin, Jefferson, Thomas Paine and other Illustrious builders of the republic are preserved to us in silhouette, and, even though there had been bo painters to portray their these simple makeshifts would kaTP riven us a fairly adequate representation of their profiles. The sllhouctta Itself Is scarcely older tlian the American republic. It originated In 1757. Etlenne de Silhouette, a Farlslan banker, was responsible for both the name and the thing. Personally, howeve...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 February 1907

1 Resolved, "That Labor Unions are More Pernicious than Trusts. - ,peech dolivunul by Mr (,mv K.xhcmrr in rt, tnM, M.ri II Kli School drimto. at Manon s. h.M Aud.tur.u.n U ,..'.' Ii ii., KS, IjAHIMB A.VI) (iKNTI.R ,iiistioii Tor iliaauaMou that labor unions n poruiolouB llinn trusta. !- ti combination of wunltli I iii(ne of defeating ri tlturobv oont rollin jc the products.. Thus - ilcllnitiou, which I am sura , . ptod by my oppouauu, up, it will bo readily mii ..mbmaUoiis of onpiUl ar tniaU in fad lliare are w Hooflllwl trust. In die I In aflirmntir is not huro i .ugue that trust art right hut we do claim that ,'. nut wholy poruieioui and ii pod feature.. We pro- i r that labor Mtiiotis are ... tons Uian troiU, for we ..! featiiro in labor uuious pakinp of. We knvej'u i, m the habit ot regarding n, aAftve (mcbiwbrtil ward tntU, llut nil of us drgre prftjutiiee agaiitit (in the otborkaHti nil ofj'our in with lit laboring 1 hi etfortf. Wt umwIIj wy , ul eH take ear of iuelf. iht we t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 February 1907

prtull I Yi, Uni 1?Sa DYCUSBUBG Died, Feb. 14, 1907. At her home near Dycusburg, Mrs. Nora Manus, wife of Silas Manus, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Grffin senior. Mrs. Manus left a family consisting of husband, son San ford and infant daughter, also an adopted daughter, Luva. Her remains were Interred at the Dycusburg cemetery on the afternoon of the 15th. She was a member of the Dycusburg Baptist church and was a woman universally beloved for her sweet-spirited Christianity, hospitality, and acts of charity. Their is great sorry and great hope in her death. Born to Mr. and Mas. Chas. Gregory, Feb. 15th, a son who expired the 115th. Mrs. Gregory is seriously ill at her home in Dycusburg, but strong hopes arc entertained for her recovery. Her mother, Mrs.Whitson of Muhlenburg Co. has been called to her bedside. The venerable Mrs. Paine, of Kut- tawa, is the guest of her brother S. H. Caxsidy, who is uite ill. ajeslic 4i Cfi' il"- . . ' n this ' lag!.-' 15 aallons heated lo the n...

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

" l:. ' M- ol Illinois, is '" f father Pnlrt.. Gi.w.1 i 1 A Story of Eiansillle Hv 0 ('.. W. A TMl K UTlMY. liir, iii ii til of drunken shame,--v I tluntg li wo pity, -till mo bin i u o, , yiniig man oat, when nil too ul. Vml (Hindered on In luekloaei Ih(o. In KileiK, mood), cwreleas gniee, I ! propsorf bin hot hands to hi fac. I iiHiiiKlfnl that 4 litlie child, Unh modest inein and tuuiiHer mild. haekot i much her tin) iiilm, lltide his ehtur UmmI, nkinn Iih. -he Mid, II lOHW l"W, sad HlllI aWOOt, Wraitl krr own word to loptwtt, Sir, I fcure had no brand to-day. Hue penny. leat, ei wo I prey. ' In rude, kmk tones, "Redone!'' k aid, For tkrao da). I hme had ho bread'" (ck uilbtr door. ke Mem, but stood W illmg, liny, gUd ,0 klm KHtd, ini Mkly tlmakt, "If I boMld KIT ll'iny Ih ntu, I tkiitk bed live BD 4m) wort. 1 know he would' d I'd to diC I ahuNltt.'' iinjt ihe ruon h id: lke lke end bj ImU oi bread. I Mr. I tJH ctt Mitw mora.' Ma keuven jjrui her it lull lre! U ub iftrot ki nwn h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 February 1907

D Ynil'll Rill if Vai. I "- onnim H Er in EF El cc m re ers C VIDS Keren End I iay Afti I Ap I )0K P. hony I J. 'A. jorhood, : 15, at ictitn ,nf ill foi is a cdical latcd J 1 cold i i June ion cln ; came fore m church iber of ividson d chart int aud cr he w ted cout )5, but jalth h father a isters, Irs. G. T. J., Mrs. Di hrce brc . this city m, of LieVj services Sunday. conducted burn. Thc cemetery. Messrs. W. V'oldon, Carll lanary, A. H itorm Part; suing, Feb. 15th, a and boys htormed Miss Wo. under khuuiuouiiucii Him I i .... V...MMI.OI, auiuitttOiy I p I silent lor a few seconds nut orricci A

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 February 1907

- JtKt '0FW r5F T" W- ","?5b4fc5; irfM tffi tillmhm wttm VOL. 28. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 28. 1907. NUMBER 39. CAVE-IN-ROCK MINING GO, MISS ANNIE OEAN JACKSON-GRACE NUNN-LAMB DEAD STEER COMET HAY HIT EARTH Lose tHelr Big Separating Mill by Fire Winner ol the Gold Medal In the Annual Lyon County Gentleman Married To Trigg Miss Addle Nunn, of Rodney, and Mr. Knocks Man and Horse Into Creek and Dangerous to World, Says Eminent Observer Saturday, Machinery Badly Oratorical Contest at School County Lady Last Week are Claude Lamb, this City United Both Are Drowned in Deep at Vesuvius. Damaged, Auditorium Feb. 22 Known Here. In Marriage. Water. Ilii biK mill at tho M m s was dentroyod by firo Saturday iiNt about night. Tho night was wing dark and tho rufloutiou from i ilouds illuminated tho vicinity jtiito a distance. It is to be r, ttcd that this acaidout occurred, auae uito a number had m) tluiiiHolvos that tlioy wore wholly t rodent upon tlioir uonnootion m ili the...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 February 1907

m .V . 'A 1 a. .a at j . u "t i ij lift i n m till: M H to 'i V 4j! W . F.J Ivl' t i?i ' i& i' m tf Cbe Kid Gngineer By FRANK II. SPEARMAN HFN the Dip uasht ui at Zaneville we bad ISO n pueers and fire men on tbe j. roll One huii dred aod ;t thee men walked oat niif tirtMiuu jut one stayed with tbe company, that vra Dad Hatr lltou "Ye." Dad. combating the pretest? ( the 'trlkers' committee. "1 knew It. I belong to your lodge, lint I'll toll yon now an' Pre toW oj aiut coin' to strike on thv company so long as Neighbor is on tbl division: ain't to do It. an" you might tin well tUit. It you Jiw here from bow till Christ ims. 'twon't ehasp? my mind nar a Wt" And tbey didn't change it Through tbe calm and through tbe storm, and It stormed bard for awhile. Dad Ham llton, whenever we could supply him with an engineer, tired religiously No other man In the service coul t have done It -without getting klllel but Dad was old enough to father any man among tbe strikers. Moreover. he was a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 February 1907

mt I Ivi ALL DRU00I6T8J 'W-J-J WQto$QQQQQQM A Boston schoolboy was tall, 5 weak and sickly. A J..1?is1arm8were oft and flabby. He didnt have a strong muacl ;n u:. A entire body. The physician who had attended the family for thirty years prescribed Scott's Emulsion. NOW: To feel that boy's arm you would think he was apprenticed to a blacksmith. 006OO46O44O400444446h Hogwallow News. While the roads arc o muddy Htm Kruxie AlUop will wear short roo. With two lids Horowod down and a n or no of thiol red dirt on top of a nan lias a inihty poor af. r he is buried. Fit Smith in digging himself a atcrn iu tho ground tioar his home, a nd having gone down as far us ho an as tnrnqd and is now digging acl toward the top of the ground. It rtuiit in tho human family to ve tho door open. Vain Sim had the IoIookc hta oar mulls Im has had rub rod popper on hin ears t kcop . m warm. Where thorc'x o muth fuo thure ami to bo Mime a ho. 1 ailing is nothing inero a noiac to hpld person's while you are try...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 February 1907

LMif. sr l S The Biggest Values in I Of fl Embroideries You Ever Saw We bought 2000 yards of Embroideries and Insertions to match in 5 and 6 yard lengths. ALL NEW PATTERNS MADE ON FINE MATERIAL Wc are selling the 20 cent values for 10 cents 25 " " " 12 " 35 " " " 15 " Get a Look at Them Before they are Sold Entered as second-class matter lane jSth. iSrj. it the poitoffiee at Marion. Kj.. under the Act of Cccrress o( March jrd, lSrq. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION cash im ADvmce. Siatfe copies mailed 05 I month mailed to an? address .is " " " month ij " " " 5 months so " " year 1.00 " " " tjeari 5.00 THURSDAY, FKB. 28, 1907. Notice to Subscribers. . Beginning April 1st, or as soon thereafter as we can got our books so we will discontinue all paper- of subscribers in arrears. The subscriptions due the Jtecord to date should be settled immediately so the books can be squared. All past due subscriptions due the Press must also be settled to carry out the terms of the consolidation. CHITTENDEN Dr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 February 1907

. - )"' We Always Sell As Cheap sj As We Advertise, and in Some Instances Cheaper, as Many of You g ', Found Out During our Special Bargain Sale. sr & Wc still have some Special Values in sSl Suits and Overcoats g and if you are in need of Cj either you can save good Q money by coming at once JJ? and at least looking them Jg over. DON'T WAIT TOO LONG! ) WE SAVE YOU MONEY 3 AND PLEASE YOU TOO 9 We are now prepared to in Laces, Embroideries, Allovers and Waistings. u Shirts and Collins NCWLINEOF MATS mmmmmmmmmmmmmwwmmmmmwwmmmmm 'W mm Nunn,dontit, Preas Building i Sutherland left Friday Tor Flnnary was IMiMttcii Nello Clifton visit oil fritHds v . Sunday. ' ' ti Yandoll, er I)yuslMifg, was . ity Friday. ,. Uuesa, of Tolu, was in m ,at Thursday. t II Sayro wont t Xerlsuvillo harlwigton UiU wool. T A. Conway was in !at week on businoM. iu Kiminons, of LomIstUIo, -i the oily last Thursday. 1) ISaird has movod te tho . ii on Gum strset. It C. Love is confined te I with an attaok of .n ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 February 1907

nb'i II 11 fi i w i i ir. i m BIBLE GLASS ro.viDCTKi iiv iikk. j. r trick. The liiblc clash had a Rood session Sunday afternoon. The next lesson is Gen. inclusive. HEM'S TO STUDY KHozor, Abraham's servant, was the son of Masck (a feminine name). Doubtless she lived in Damascus and was obtained by Abraham on his journey from Haran to Canaan as he passed through Damascus. Hence her son was called Eliczcr of Damascus. K.UlMONITES. The Kadmonitcs was one of the Oriental ' tribes dwelling cast or northeast of Palestine. They were doubtless descendants of Ishmael (by anticipation) as Kadmonite is derived from Kedemah, who was one of Ishmacrs sons, Gen. 25:15. They were to dwell "in the face of their brethren," Gen. 1G:1U, which, in Oriental parlance was east, Kedemah means cast and corresponds with this. Kemz.ites. These were the sons of Kenaz, one of the descendants of Ksau, Gen. 36:15:42. They were adopted into the Israelite nation. How? See Gen. 17:12; Kx. 12:48, 49. Caleb and Othnicl ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 February 1907

Sloaovs Liiinveivt For Cough, Cold , Croup, oore inroaT,oniriNeck. Rheumatism anr. A Neuralqia At all Dealers Price 25c 50o 6 HOO Sent- Free 'Sloan's Book on Horses Cattle, Hogs 6 Poultry Address Dr. Earl S.Sloan 615 Albany Sh Bosfon.Mass LOLA (Last week's letter) !'.. llobt. Johnson was able to i: !. .tpjtoiiitinutit last Sun da)-, ho jrliiI Tor us Saturday and Sun-. Mijclit. We J. Jin McParlau, of Joy, vjsttcI ,. Mr. Yauey Uiot, two or . . .U) Inst week. 'I (I lUdolitT. Supt, f the Bd-. . turns was on our slrott last .mrday. wm H . ('lias. Clark, ol Salom, etaytd ' nitfbt with .1. D. lagt -. night onrouto to Uavt Spring . h proa died Saturday and la I Parta sold to A. II. Kelt, v..U of work Battle for tlOfi.OO. H . understand that .1. C. (1omko hot w.nl from horo to Kddyville as . ar.i at the ptnitontiory is woll ! with hi position. hick ' lain to the prison oflieiaU. . Helton, of Joy. who wa ar- n.l in .Squiro Ktnp'j court, was . .. . itrd of tho iiaryc of sbttoUttg : I.awkOti at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 February 1907

17. $ a E" 0: rordls I-.'-."?"! i&ft J YAI, rTWUBI e l"'1! I .. ilLk 1 Luir" I1K. tl it. H f eTHWTr7 I liX rm&ii tjia GAAPEL HILL Our community was very much surprised to hear of the death of Miss Willie Long 011 last Saturday. Willie was a stepdaughter of John W. Belt. She was a nice and industrious young lady, and was well thought of in our community. Her remains were buried at Chapel Hill last Sunday evening. Bro. Thompson preached her funeral, and a large crowd was present on the occasion. Charlie Clement and wife was visiting in Repton nieghborhood last week. . Mrs. Laweuce Crider, of Marion, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Hill Mrs. Ida Enoch left Satuiday for Paducah where she will join her husband, Bob Kncoh. Mr. Enoch has a position on the rail road as a bridge carpenter. Ed Long is in this boat 01. a visit. He came here from Sturgis. Uncle George Douglas, of I'nion county, is visiting his friends and relatives in Chapel Hill. afctesfic M 'RF'&w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 February 1907

f .M v is rfc ft- ' 'w&MRF&mKfr? (Bifeiifctf 3SEcnfd pttm VOL. 28. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FEBRUARY 28. 1907. NUMBER 39. CAVE-IN-ROCK MINING CO. MISS ANNIE DEAN JACKSON-GRACE NUNN-LAMB DEAD STEER COMET HAY HIT EARTH Lose iHelr Big Separating Mill by Fire Winner of the Gold Medal in the Annual Lyon County Gentleman Married To Trigg Miss Addle Nunn, of Rodney, and Mr. Knocks Man and Horse Into Creek and Dangerous to World, Says Eminent Observer Saturday. Machinery Badly Oratorical Contest at School County Lady Last Week are Claude Lamb, this City United Both Are Drowned in Deep at Vesuvius. Damaged. Auditorium Feb. 22 Known Here. in Marriage, Water. The big mill at tho Mines was deatroyed by fire Saturday at just about night. The night was growing dark and the reflection from the clouds illuminated the vicinity for quite a distance. It is to be regretted that this accident occurred, because quite a number had so located themselves that they were wholly dependent u...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 February 1907

1 It? p Cbe Kid Gngineer By FRANK II. SPEARMAN I tiVH.wiit, I KK) b Hani H. Spcarnun 1 1 n n tin' ins strike i.tusht Un at .ano illo wo had 1M i"i Kinoer ami iu mon on i. roll One liitn ilroil ami I tlll'M' tlll'll w.ilk oil out one tlroiuaii ouo tn. o.l with tln cotnp.uij . that w.i Dail 1 t.ti: ilto.i Vox." jiiouUil lad. lombatiiif: of tin- Mrikotx' coinmlttoo. "I know It. I lit in i to .ciir lodge. Hut I'll toll von now an' I've told jo.i afore t am t goiu to strike on tlir company -,i long a Neighbor L ni.i.i'i mechanic on thl division; ain't to do It. an' .urn might as well iiim. It jou jaw ho iv from now till ma-, 'twou't I'ii.ineo my mind nar a bit" And the.v didn't change It. Through the calm and through the storm, and it stormed hard for awhile. Had Ham ilton, whenever u could supply lit m with au engineer, lirod No other man In the con I ' have done it without petting kllle 1 but Dad was old enough to father anj mau among the striker-. Moreover, he was a glaut physically a...

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

.4hOoom444444hMhMh A Boston i schoolboy was tall, X weak and sickly. His arms were soft and flabby. He didn't have a strong muscle in his entire body. The physician who had attended the family for thirty years prescribed -Scott's Emulsion. NOW: To feel that boy's arm you would think he was apprenticed to a blacksmith. ALL DRUGGISTS: SOe. AND $1.00. '44444444444604444 I Hogwallow News, i While the roads are o muddy Miss Fruzic Allsop will wear short sleoves. With two lids screwed down and a ton or so of thick red dirt on top of a man has a mighty poor showing after he is buried. Fit Smith is digging himself a cistern iu the ground near his home, and having gone down as far us he can, as tnrncd and h now digging back toward the top of the ground. It runs in the human family to leave the door open. Since Vain Sims had the misfortune to loose his cur muffs he has had to rub red pepper on his ears to keep them warm. Whore there's so much fire there s bound to be some ashes. Talking is no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 February 1907

I k I i fli rjTrpTTswEWP MILL ENDS The Biggest Values in Embroideries You Ever Saw We bought 2000 yards of Embroideries and Insertions to match in 5 and 6 yard lengths. ALL NEW PATTERNS MADE ON FINE MATERIAL Wc are selling the 20 cent values for 10 cents 25 " " " 12K " 35 u TERMS W SUBSCRIPTION CASH IN ADVANCE. Sincle copies mailed 05 : month mailed to any address is " " " t rconths 25 " " " 5 months 50 " " " 1 year 1.00 " " " tjtars 5.00 THURSDAY, FEB. 2S, 1H07. Notice to Subscribers. .Beginning April 1st, or as soon hereafter as we can get our books so .1 'ijral, we will discontinue, all fat i' of subscribers in arrears. The subscriptions due the .Record to date should be settled immediately o the books can be squared. All past due subscriptions due the must also be settled to carry out the tornis of the consolidation. Crittenden Dr. J. Anthony Davidson. He was not yet thirty-four. He was equipped for useful living. He was armored for Christian warfare. A soldier of the Cross, a f...

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 February 1907

tV : 4S WE SAVE YOU MONEY AND PLEASE YOU TOO i TAYLOR & CANNAN : F5Ejy&B&i ' 't'V' ' KiVvrev I We Always Sell As Cheap I z$i As We Advertise, and in Some Instances Cheaper, as Many of You 3? 3 . . - 3 rouna uui uuring our opeciai Bargain 3aie. 5 5 We still have some Special Values in Suits and Overcoats 4 and if you are in need of either you can save good money by coming at once and at least looking them over. DON'T WAIT TOO LONG! We are now prepared to take care of your wants in Laces, Embroideries, Swisses, India Linons, Allovers and Waistings. :: :: :: :: SPRING LINE of the famous "LION BRAND" Shirts and Collars NEW LINE OF HATS NEW LINE OF Carpets, Mattings, Lace Curtains, Window Shades New Line of Spring Ginghams Don't think you can not find all the TOBACCO COTTON that you want. We have plenty at the OLD PRICES SHOES That give the best service, most comfort and cost you less money than others is what most people want. Do you want that kind too? Then come to us. that...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 February 1907

BIBLE GLASS fONDlVTKl) HY RKK. .). K THICK. The Hiblc class hud a good session Sunday afternoon. The next lesson is Gen. inclusive. IIKI.VS TO STUDY Klie7er, Abraham's servant, was the son of Masck (a feminine name). Doubtless she lived in Damascus and was obtained by Abraham on his journey from Haran to Canaan as he passed through Damascus. Hence her son was called Khczer of Damascus. Kadmoxites. The Kadmonites was one ol the Oriental tribes dwelling east or Dortheast of Palestine. They were doubtless descendants of Ishmael (by anticipation)' a Kadmonite is derived from Kcdemah, who was one of Ishmacl's sons, Gen. 25:15. They were to dwell "in the face of their brethren," Gen. 10:12, which, in Oriental parlanco was east, Kcdemah means east and corresponds with this. Keni.zitks. These were the sons of Kenaz, one of the descendants of Esau, Gen. 30:15:42. They were adopted into the Israelite natiou. How? See Gen. 17:12; Ex. 12:48, 49. Caleb and Othniel belonged to this tribe, Josh. 1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 28 February 1907

IK i . ' - - "V 'M. Clr 1 VACATION TIME OF PUBLIC FUNCTIONS Wllliamt. By Byron Some Things Are Essentially of a Liniment Governmental Nature. For Couah.Cold.CroiiD. An. :tf nnaiimAficm .ansl Neurdlaia At all Dealers Price 25c 50o 6 H00 Sent- Free 'Sloan's Book on Hnrcoc U A r.. !... vuiiic, i iuya v rwuirr Address Dr. Earl O. Sloan 6I5 Albany Sf: Boston. Mass. LOLA I (Last week's letter) lie v. llobt. Johnson was able to 11 his appointment last Sunday, he preached for us Saturday and Sunday night. John McFarlan, of .Joy, visited fliB Bister, Mrs. Yancy Iticc. two or Jbree days last week. H. 0. RadclilT, Supt. of the Edward mines wa on our streets last Saturday. Hcv. Chas. Clark, ot Salem, stayed over night with .J. D. Foley last Friday night enroute to Cave Spring where lie preached Saturday and Sunday. K. S. Paris sold to A. II. Hcit, otic yoke of work cattle for $10.1. 00. We understand that J. C. Gossage why went from here to Eddyvillc as a ruard at the penitentiory is well jilea...

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