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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 September 1907

tf -M ? K i 'Lj,.'laJH'jffW.ifW)liiliiri1 !! miji mm mmh T- Ii.mm i I,, Y.T J I i ' iff TBI -! i ipt' i iiiiinii'iiwiiiM ,.y r..' a "l.U" .ii1 'jjj '1V4! FORDS FERRY. Sherman Ford, who ha been sick of late, is convalescent. C M Clift is cutting and housing his large crop of tobacco. Tho protracted meeting at Dunn Spring has boon going on for a woolc with a good attondancc. Bud Kirk, who has boon somewhat sick of lato, is slowly improving. Jack Hughes is hauling tios to Fords Forry. Sherman Ford is assisting C M Clift in his tobaoao. Hooth school is progress!: nicoly with an attendance of moro than twonty pupils. W H Nation is preparing his whoat ground. Tho Ohio ritor is sotting quite low. A dologation of the most prominent citizens in this vicinity, consisting of Mossrs C M Clift, T N Wofford, Loc Kankin and Jack Hughos convonod at Dunn Springs Saturday to consider tho possibility of a good road from there to Uncle Bobby Hoath's. Aaron Jamos went to Marion Friday. .Marvin Truitt is...

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. — 26 September 1907

A I- II' f? j V A RH u .lr l 4U fHf v "ilrirn" yrW!'rVT"!3:: T' JG&L- i.iST JT. ""Waff "''J' 'saya. iwjfji" r" '- FORDS FERRY. Sherman Ford, who has boon sick of late, is convalescent. C M Clift is cutting and housing his large crop of tobacco. Tho protracted meeting at J)unn Spring has boon going on for a week with a good attondancc. Bud Kirk, who has boon somewhat sick of lato, is alowly improving. Jack Hughos is hauling tios to Fords Ferry. Sherman Ford is assisting C M Clift in his tobacuo. Hoath school is progroinu nicoly with an attendance of moro than twonty pupils. W B Nation is proparing his whoat ground. The Ohio rivor is gotting cjuitc low. A dologation of the most prominent citizens in this vicinity, con sisting of Mossrs C M Clift, T N Wofford, Loc Bankin and Jack Hughes convonod at Dunn Springs Saturday to consider tho possibility of a good road from there to Uncle Bobby Heath's. Aaron Jamos went to Marion Friday. Marvin Truitt is making tios. The recent warm weath...

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. — 3 October 1907

fljlauH II R II mH IMShhfnHE PHI singing by tho Marion Choir together with the music furnished by the Hand added much to the beauty of the unveiling. Miss Mabel Hutlcr, daughter of Sovereign A. J. Hutlcr, a beautiful and accomplished girl, recited with fine emphasis, "Oh why should jhc spirit ol man bo proud." Sovereign Duncan, of Hobards, Ky., delivered a very pretty address in which he told of tho great good that has been done for our country by the different fraternal orders, especially by the W. 0. W. , not only what they had done for our country and for the widow and the orphan, but what they had accomplished in bringing men close together in fraternal friendship. Sovereign .1. I. Stubblcfiold, the orator of the unveiling eorcmonies delivered an unveiling address with the most touching sublimity. II addressed the largo, attentive, audience from au impromptu platform erected at tho foot of tho grave His address was a sweet and beautiful tribute to tho departed Woodmau who slept ...

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. — 3 October 1907

W. 0. W. UNVEILING Rosewood Camp Assisted by Visiting Sovereigns Unveil Monument Last Sunday. Sunday was Woodmen Day in Marion, and when Sovereign J, 1. Stubhlofiold, of Corydon, Ky., was introduced by W. II. Clark, to the magnificent audience that had as- neiublcd in the Opera House to hour hm sermon on Woodcraft, he arose to address a packed and crowded house. From the tunc Sovereign ,1. 1. Stubblcfield, commenced inn on Josoph until lie had spokon the last word, he was given the closest attontion by the entire atidionce. It has never been our pleasure to hear a sorruon boforc that was ladon with ho mauy beautiful thought:, expressed in mi many delightful word. With hit faultless, eloquent words of loirio, lio told of the story of Joseph's life, explained the life of Joseph which was a type of Christ and with hi beautiful lauguago nhowod how tho religion of Joseph and of Christ, permeated, swayed and controlled the great work of tho fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man tha...

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

g tWrtiSSa ! i 1 . .. ? III I III I I s4t WSH uiuMM.'wttJt" -., am. f 33KX ;" 5ijyj er" sm. jmn jumww' I w. ' - till Sv vJ. c !H i V R.'rWft. 0 0 Simply the visible sign that baby's tiny bones Q are not forming rapidly enough. t9 Lack of nourishment is the cause. V Emtifaton nourishes baby's &A V entire system. Stimulates and makes bone. Exactly what baby needs. ALL DRUGGISTS i 50c. AND J 1. 00 0 GG GALLANT GOBBLER Attempts to M Turkoy Hen in Her Maternal Work but Gets Wrong Material. A fine Turkey gobbler bolonging to Mrs. Arnold Livers, living a few niilos above here on a farm, has built himself a nest and is setting on some gourd eggs which ho procured himself by going to the viuos, tearing them off and carrying them to the nest. The gobbler evidently thinks be has the right kind of material to manufacture young turkey? and is as busy as a setting hen. Mr. Liver's fathor, Mr. Hous Piland, and a number of others have witnessed this strange sight which is attracting great atten...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 October 1907

ELEPHANTIASIS. Brooklyn Woman Afflicted With This Bare and Remarkable Disease. Afflicted with a raro disease, olc jlantiasis, which gives no sign of abatting. Mrs. .Jullictto I'nlt is confined in the King's County hospital, Itrooklyn, her body slowly but surely increasing in sue. She now woighs :2f pounds and is daily gaining weight. Physician ft the hospital doelaro U H tho most malignant and remark, able caso of elephantiasis thut has i brought to tho attontion of tho medical fratornitv. Kvcry top in the progress of tho disease, the hourly condition of tho woman, her action and moods, and a complete hintory of tho oaso arc being carefully noted and kept for the benefit of tho medical world. Her skin resembles that of an ule. pliant. It is thick, hard and coarse. It is said to bo so much liko that of au elephant that it would be difficult to tell tho difference. During the last two years she has increased in weight from U5U pounds to 5:1.'). The doctors doolare she may weigh more t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 October 1907

,- Li ,. --!Sin!S . . - A- t - - - - -- - - i M ssMtMllWWU'AlLJgg yggfjggfr' "TM" tt t " ' ' ' MrMirciiww rr , ."hmi sg1lSSSW SiiliSe nw sii I t Eg w&vWrSwf ah oS2 3UuV Eif lH I ifl T .f 4t iftv fi Ara a" s22? . - fjtj .. 'i twi MXt::J.J J IE? yM . f -' - 7 li'IW kVA C ? -J-H, ". 4Vi yMnui )LX s'XLJ. i'i.zU.A U:A ' V-- 7T wr 7 - --. ,i H ' 1 - - :. ' - i . T ' ' W i"7 Ai - '' M' iv x.irjZ s ' Z" Entered as second-elm matter June 6tb. i9j. at the pdtorhce at Marion. Kr . under the Act of Coocreit of March 3rd, 1S7? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. SIncle espies mailed oj 1 month mailed to anr address H J monthf " " 15 " " " smontbs 50 " " " T 1.00 6 rears 5.00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IP NOT fAtB CASH IN ABVANCE, SIncle ecpie mailed oj 1 month mailed to anr address is " " " j msathi 75 " " " rtis l5o THUKSDAY, SEPT. L'U, 1907. The pcojtlc of Marlon will ou next Tuo'day have a short visit from W. J. i!r)au, the great Commoner, and it should be a red letter day in the o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 October 1907

Sl WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES S AND PLEASE YOU TOO 4SI T-' -' rti - -v,- WbM mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmibmmmmmm MONEY SAVED & SP Buying the Best and That is What Wc Offer. You Like Good Ladies' Misses' and Children's Cloaks ts CLOTHES Direct from the factory to us. You have no old style i (I nor jobber's profits to pay when you buy cloaks of us. 1 Why not get them when they cost you no more than many others that are much inferior to them. ft STERLING AND "PERFECTION" 99 Suits for men and boys arc all their names implies, and in workmanship and style arc unexcelled overcoats! For men and boys. If you want the newest things in Neckwear! See our line. New line of HATS! Money saved to you if you want a CARPET DRUGGET RUG OR MATTING New line of Belts and Hand Bags ! fancy and plain Dress Goods ! Although there has been a big advance in almost all dress goods wc arc prepared to sell them to you at the old price. Complete line of Hosiery and Underwear! Direct from the mills. Shirts, Collars Under...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 October 1907

It rt Jiff j? m VV; cs i i ( fir' ii kfc V. u .. -' - . . Z. u L T - - j. !i" - . . i. . f maaH .---.- , ,-. Wwy '" - Y " - . VM - PMHnnfCIRIMMIWMMMMatiaaMain - .- "" 51 r , " iVJ 5 mmmmat&?mipmimqjfummmmtr' 'm 1 I in i BilUI TURNS WOOD AND WATER INTO SUGAR. Barrel Hoops nnd Other Scraps Changed to Chemically Pure Sugar, An proces? by earnest labors, fervent prayers and untiring zeal assisted by Hcv. Katon, of Marion, Through his oarnost prenching and the deep earnost work ol the church and united the Lord descended in power of his might and spirit and dwelt among us. Sinners were made to tremble and fool the power of the Lord and mournors to cry out. "What Shall 1 Do to be Saved" and fifteen were made to feel thev were savod. tho mooting closed actually on Sunday, the 22nd, from com-inverted liich wood and water are converted into the purest and meucement at tho waters ou old Pincy w swoetest sugar is being demonstrated in a western city. The which cost only SI, 000 is composed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 October 1907

For Lung 1 roubles Ayer's Cherry Pectoral certainly cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, consumption. And tt certainly strengthens weak throats and weak lungs. There can be no mistake about this. You know it is true. And your own doctor will say so. Mr UK' ,,0T ,'"1 terrible couh trIM frrjlliinu I ruuM hrar of but In ln until I tiled Arnr I hrrjr I'rctnrtl Th nril r slit lie w txttr mul h ilr.dllr ImprntM until li - will"- lilts, 8. J HTULl, Alton III, MKUbyJ.O Ar.rOo.,Lo.II.Uuil Alto tniaufoottirtr of A 9 SAMAPABIIJA. U& O rum viooe. Keep tho bowols regulnr with Ayor'a Pilla and thus hasten recovery. Stopping Cars For a Kiss. V man at Windsor Locks I'-,..., UMIJ., arJctl a trolley car. After tho car ai started the conductor taw a wo .! an running toward the car, waving ' cr hand, and he Mopped tho car. H e man who had just seated himself jinped out, ran to meet the woman, I t one arm around her neck and kissed her, and then returned to the ar The conductor said this was Mi first ti...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 October 1907

r.MT I 5561.43 3K5 PI'WWHfiWX iio ii mji ,v I ,444 v SAM HOWERTON, Fredonia, Ky- "Everything to Wear." All our Men's, Young Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits are new, first class and up-to-date in every particular Men's Suits Young Men's Suits Women's Coats Men's all wool, ready $3.75 to $15 Of the same quality at a little less price. All of our babies', children's, misses' and Sadies' to wear suits . . Knee Suits, good goods, $1.25 to $5.00 and coats arc new. Babies' .75 to $5.00; Misses' $1.25 The best fits In tailor suits at any price. they are bargains. to $7,50; Ladies' $2.00 to $15; latest styles, etc. 1 : r rft I 4? 43 Our Dress Goods, Trimmings, Silks, Belts are new, and our Ladies' Hats are up-to-date in style and the quality and price positively cannot be found near here. Every kind of shoe on the list for any and all kinds of people can be found here. First class material at the same price as others charge you for imitations of these goods. All our staples are sold for le...

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. — 10 October 1907

(Sriffjtiitott Itorr& VOL 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. OCTOBER 10, 1907. NUMBER 19 BRILLIANT RECEPTION DIABOLICAL MURDEI1 TRIGG COM MARAUDERS Mesdamcs W. I!. Yandell and J. i. Clement ntcrlaln In Honor ol Mrs. S. I). Swupu. 1 aJtornoon opened tlio so- a, it'stivitios of tlio season, wlion M h W. It Yandell and J. I. Clam- t a reception in honor of Mrs. l Swope, of Doming, New Mox- tt tho Yandell residence iu Weil street. The guenU wore . a bj Miai Ina Woods uuil r. 1 hj Mrs. C. Gray to the tunch m! when Mian Delia Bnrtiot ji'i with o inuoh uraee, from thoro , re ushered to the parlor where v wrrc Mt cordially weioomod by M - S 1). Swopo, Mm. .1.1'. KiiiK, M H. Yandell and Mr. .1. I. iik tit, who formed the receiving After ehnttiug with tho Mrs. Geo. M. C rider aaked fwti to register, from whence , wire invited to the dining room u they were greeted by Mistes N Walker and I. en tin Wilboru, - rved tho delightful - consisting of enko, iees, ico ii and eoufMtioneriet. T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 October 1907

F .LVr w i v. .P'''if3WWMMMwsMMMWtMssijsil v-.. .. . , 'VlHIH r k y 1 rtV 0 Convalescents need a large amount of nourish- 6 ment in easily digested form. Scoffs Emulsion is powerful nourish- ment highly concentrated. It makes bone, blood and muscle without putting any tax on the digestion. ALL DRUGGISTS! 50c. AND $1.00. 4i4ii(Qi&i&44i484'(Ol4,l9,iC)'Q4MQl9 The question of Tonnage. In the diuiMoii of the for improvement of the inland waterways of the I'nitcd State:- it is to note that the iiestion is no longer treated as in the academic stage, but a. a (jnestion that is in the foreground and not to be di-lodged from its commanding position V Q&9 4)1 it source to it mouth- and that stream is the Ohio Hiver. The Miss, issippi below St. Louis has no through tonnaire save the tonnage that goos out from the Ohio. The fact is recognized nowhere m completely as it is in New Orleans whero the Picayune deplores the fact that while there is no tonnage on tho Mississ ippi, botwoen N...

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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. — 10 October 1907

. . . GO TO . . . .. $ JAS. tl. UKMb s ft) rv 4 fM Main SI. UrUMlWrC Mai w FOR gj Window Glass, Putty, Paints, Oils, IZEMOI an unf i lipT r are far c pmr!cs dm r if ,u' i 1 '1 5f t i s I tl ' km aric ' ilp ZEMO n r n.cj hy einirv it ' i' n . t"5 an If iv i ntis.isonu of the m ct lint' rtait li s Ties of tiifilii il skill and -i imcr ZFMO ts a ., in liiuul f.r wttro il use u .Iwajs CURES Mr Jacob Frank, a prominent business man of St. Louis, bays "Your remmly cured me of one of tbo rool ohatlnatc caaei at ectsma tlut t huve ever known or !eid cf My cuts i of four yrari' ttandini on both lululu, ami had pronounced inmrablo ly leading kiu specialist! and iilirli'ipin of lint cily. Like all utferert of itrliing (kin I tin J all remedies that wcrnrticomuirmlcH lorue, and found alisnlntnlr uothine that illd me anr good until ZKAIO wti used I w ill he olrtied lo write anr sufferer mho iltmhti (tils Youri vary ttulr, JACOli I'KANK. Trei. Prank Merc. Co., Bit N. 6th St., St Loul!. ECZEMA Prl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 October 1907

L& S ? 1 - - -- - ' ' - ' I1I mmaa.. iS. zSss w LA- M i soven yoars ago when he moved to Houston, Toxas. II is wife and three children survive him, also one brother, Paul A. Walker ol thin city, and three sistots, Mrs. Geo. N'owbree, Mrs. Lou II. Paris and Mrs. Isaac Gass. "For Mothor's Sake' comes to Marion Opera House on Friday, Oot. 11. Wherever this popular drama has been presented it has met with uumifatakablc proofs of appreciation. It is strong iu action, cllcctivo and enjoyable on account of its situations and tho brilliancy and crispness of its dialogue. A. rich and artistic scenic display in connection with a it ell balanced company complotos ono of the most finished performances in tho ehapo of melodrama that will visit our city this season. Gu sa iinHflB?nSlHB 1 p ' aaittattcaimMi iM . . -- -iseS: aCbgaallMMU ...in. iiW ,'iwwiw win i. j iimiagaaaraeawi "- ' Pikiw 7-5 V .pas." rro JVsrC 'A fi! ''Ws x -F VJ-? mMmMim FALL CLOTHING For Particular People. jb& m & ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 October 1907

S& "' "I" ' i -'. 1M1W ',,! MMMSM S I k J W ' JZiilZS F. W.Nunn,detitit, Press Building Owen Boat, of Dyousliurg, was in town Monday. A. I). So, of Stbret, was in town Monday wording. Itotd G irons, of Proridonco, was in town Saturday. Kollr Lands. of Predonia, was in the city Thursday. Mn. Roso Mayei, of Fredouia, was in the eity Monday morning. Mim Pearl Jamo i the guest of Mis Carrie Hughe, of Padueah Mrs. P. II. Doboo was the guost of friends in Blackford last weok. ). L. Clifton left Tuosday morning on his trip selling clothing. Miss Nollio Clifton was tho guost of friends in Krodonia last wool'. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Burks, of Hlaokford, woro in the city last Friday. Josso Olivo. Jr., was tho guost of friends in Hoplon, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. .las. Lowory, of l'rodonia, was tho guost of rolativos in this city, Thursday. Mr. .1. M. MoChosuoy was the guost of Mrs. W. K. Cox, of Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. II. V. McChosnay, of Frankfoot,were the guentc of Mrs. I. M. McCliosuey hin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 October 1907

I I il ill ' 11 ft BhIi ill 1 ' 1' lVaK S A Good Boy Avoids Trouble. And so a wise man insures his property against Fire, Lightning and Hurricanes BE WISE ! Tis folly to be otherwise. Buy the best fire policy. Why be eon-tent with something just as good ? GET THE BEST I We make a specialty of dwelling policies for town or country. CRIDER & WOODS INSURANCE. Om lh n ' st I in , "V n s in t'sw in K niui CRAYXEVILLE, KY. Tobacco nearly all cut and some done firing. l'lonty of spar is being hauled hero from diiiorent miuos. John Jonos has uiovod to the Ambrose Wheeler houso. Prayer meeting cvory Wodnosday night everybody invited to attend. Dr. 0. C. Cook and son Hoy and Olive Brown are at Nashville this weak. Mrs. Carlton and Mrs. Ida Ordway visited friends at Salem Monday and Tuesday. Wyatt Brookshire and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. Grant Baird Saturday and Sunday. Missos May and Ruby Cook and Ethel McCashn started to school at Marion last Monday Mrs. Anderson, of Pinny, who has been ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 October 1907

My Hair is Extra L ong Feed your hair; nourish It; Cive it something to live on. Then it will stop falling, and will crow long and heavy. Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only hair-food you can buy. For i;o years it has been doing just what we claim it will do. It will not disappoint you. Mr ' 'r nii " rv linrt Hut ftr l k Alfir Hair u " .lint Unix it . 1 w Mll nmr II U f. illlrrli llirllM lull i' t trrinf a i ri u mil" I .uivallnr lifting , ii In i.i.i.t hair - Mini J II Firll, iJ" Milll.K tolu. MdbrJ O Ar Oo.. M. Aim u.uursturra of A SARSM'AKJLLA. 1 i 0VQ. ''"-I. Li W O CM.UHV PIXTOKAL. In Muinurlum. It UaneJ (jnd tn take fmni our i nlnt Siitor rrnn Todd, Sept. 10, I "i7. She would have been years old in October. She kaves a father, mother, itor and a I it of reialiraa and friends to niiiirn for her. How ad ii the trnltii home ! Shu lias been cnllod t that home where no traveler ovor r. turn. A noble Chrietiaii irl has .- 'iie, but Ciod noodod one mora i wi'l We know not why (Jm! would .a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 October 1907

,. i ; "TiT" J,',l 4HfrHHH44HiHHMHM SAM HOWERTON, Fredonia, Ky. "Everything to Wear." AM our Men's, Young Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits are now, first class and up-to-date in every particular . Men's Suits Young Men's Suits Women's Coats Men's all wool, reach $3.75 to $15 Of the same quality at a little less price. All of our habics', children's, misses' and ladies' to wear suits . . . Knee Suits, good goods, $1.25 to $5.00 and coats arc new. Babies' .75 to $5.00; Misses' $1.25 The best fits in tailor suits at any price they arc bargains. to $7.50; Ladies $2.00 to $15; latest stales, etc. 4 our Dress Goods, Trimmings, Silks, Belts are new, and our Ladies' Hats are up-to-date in style and the quality and price positively cannot be found near here. 4 3 Every kind of shoe on the list for any and all kinds of people can be found here. First class material at the same price as others charge vnu fnr imitations of these goods. All our staples are sold for less than others get for the s...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 October 1907

"-TS Tjfifr i r"5 S. T T Wflfl VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 17, 1907. NUMBER 20 DEDICATION LAST SUNDAY Ohio Valley Baptist Church Id Panhandle Was Dedicated. A Large Crowd Present. I'ho new Baptist Church in Pan-I an die watt dedicated last Suuday in the presence of ,ouc of tho largest crowds ever gathered in that section. I he dedicatory sormon was preached tv Hcv. How, of Louisville, n force-I'll and interesting Hpcaker. A debt of $175 hung over tho building and i fore tho sermon every dollar was The houso is not furnished with suitable scats and a collection was taken and 11111.05 collected. Rev. W. H. (Jibbii, who has boon tie pastor fur tho lat year aud upon whom had fallou tho greatest part of he burden of lifting the largo indebtedness scotucd to be the happiest .nan there. Uo witnessed with re delight the realisation of an ac k. mplishcd task which a years untiring efforts had brought about. The afternoon services were ted by Rev. T. A. Conway, of th...

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