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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 2 April 1908

n XJ - r.sai ' 5-. . -' .'fr 'r:r .iag; n rwvHNmiyTfn7ci' " u. i mi. '' ;,jV..; -y ..' '-T WA-'J .. ,t,.n . ' l ' , Jr V S' Sin-E . r : -- W ' M . lOW o A SIMPLE QUESTION. THE AMERICAN IDEA, T. C. WILLIAMS, aby thin, weak, fretful ? Marion People are Request oil to Individualism the Keynote of Our Honestly Answer This. National Success. L5 ' ce him a Scott's Emulsion rx .''! V v . va Fzrr Tfi v i. E?5 fr tf Scott's Emulsion is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites prepared so that it is easily digested by little folks. Consequently the br.o3 that is fed on Scott's Emulsion a sturdy, rosy-cheeked little fellow .V.: c! health and vigor. ALL DRUCCISTS; 50c. AND $1.00. 3444444444444444444444444 Last Week's Locals. Mr, aud Mrs. Herman Shuttle-worth, of Piuecton, attended the Jas. V. Slcamakcr, Miss Ilatlie Shuttlcsworth is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herman of Princeton. Mrs. It. V. Dorr was the guest of relatives in Princeton a few days ago. Mrs. It. C. Haasc, of St. Paul arrived and is now th...

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. — 2 April 1908

. Paris Paris & 'nn "" oiww " sf rat A. -- fl a a. ""V. - vl n tm a - Having bought the Woolen mills Marion Ky, where we are prepared to furnish lay and corn, bran, chops and the best chicken cd prepared, ground oyster shells. The grinding of corn into meal for table use a ipccialty. We want to buy Ifact everything that will tcard your wool for you, we eer, will buy all you have PARIS & March 24, 1908. iOO Pictures AND arm and Fireside for 1908 Free With Your Subscription To The Crittenden Record-Press If on will tend us $1.1)0 cash The Chittkndkn H.roiilil'HKs or if back duci, wo will .tend you, free of charge, Farm and Fireside twice a month for the rest of l'JOi (nine month), and 500 Pictures of President Koojcvclt besides FARM AND FIRESIDE is the National farm paper. It printri and circulates each month more copies than any other agricultural publication. For over thirty years it has been The Giant of tho Farm Press," aud now it is bigger, better and more helpful than ev...

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. — 2 April 1908

Tl I t h m tf 5 '- ft 'T JyjjmmumumumuWTmmmmmWl iR - T T - 5HVt Hk MKwM VM4;r 4" SI " TSSjjMST 'r J'lflBlK I 4 The Imj crop is a profitable otic, and to care for It properly ou need a good Mower and RaUc. If you haven't these already: let us sell you the best one thcrf is on the market. The Acme Steel Mower and Rake, arc recognized as the best. Thcj arc not made by the trust. Ask us for prices on them. "Phone" for a Barrel of Pure Arlington Lime. Main Street. Why have a torpid liver when Herbine, the only liver regulator will help you? there is no reason why you should suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation, Chills, Fever or any liver complaints, when Herbine will cure you. F. C. Waite, Westville, Fla.. writes: "I was sick for a month with chills and fever, and after taking two bottles of Herbine am well and healthy." Sold by Jas. H. Orme. As Advertised. 1 purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrheoa Remedy, and found it to be all claim m I' IP X. Peaches bloom. LEV...

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. — 9 April 1908

m Paducah, Ky., March 1!J. Five indictments were returned lato yesterday afternoon by tho special grand jury at Hcnton against alleged night riders who visited Gilbcrtsvillo a few night!) ago and put tho citizens in terror. Their names are withhold at publicity would interfere with their arrest. Tho grand jury reported that it was making good headway in the night ruler raid at Birmingham, whero two negroes wore killed, but desired further time to complete the investigation. Judge Heed had plan-tied a trip, but said he would defer it until thu grand jury had completed its work and extended its session until noxt Wednesday, when ho will co back to Bouton to hear the grand jury report. There-will bo indictments in the ltirmingham raid, this as.urancc being given tho court. Several more witnesses have been itummonod from various sections of Marshall and Lyon counties and still more arc to be summoned. Judge W. M. Hoed. Common wealth's Attorney John (. Lovctl and lierill 1'eto Klcy arc w...

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. — 9 April 1908

r Pa so, ;.;,'.'' UViSUC 3 nS3HHHHHRVriiH'c Crit . 1 1 aBH aMnHH" stf lsrBBBBBBBr V'VIH r.iidM1U ' r x arH av iwwhp: BKnvflbK sssssssssssssssssssr aiBmv, . " vtKr ,jBm mrma&m 'HP svssK'' ' Iff' 7 h ft fc t Fenty- seven- five cents, r one of my the 13th day (that being County day ctween the hours of 10 k A M. and 2 o'clock P. M., 3t fr uuri uuuac uuur, iu county, Ky., expose to J'ablic Sale, to the hichest bidder, the following property (or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiff's debt, interest and costs), towit: The mineral in, under and to the following described land. One tract or parcel ol land, lying and being in Crittenden county, Kentucky, on the waters of Dry Fork creek, near Cookscyville church, and being the same land conveyed to A. A. Davenport by Mrs. W. A. Adams and her husband, and Mrs. Frank Cruccand husband, as shown by deed of Sept. 1st, 1S90, recorded in Deed Book "X", page 62S; also a part of the land being bought by said Davenports from P. C...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 9 April 1908

THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. ' atWAKC or IMITATIONS tmk QCNumi rncraaiD orur mi Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. T. i.oum. MO Bold andrecommendedby J, H. Orme of the LiHle Tablets ri ',' iT&IiaafiajaVUlDUiK i. ft 'V- " -l yH.",y'r?v!,? K? 33"V 3aaT h s. TV3 v1 ' - kiiyii i ' Hn.v.. L THE MOST 1 stressing' annoying DISEASE lo which Iba human f!th It heir, has slwajrs bn claimed Incurable, A cure it laat hti been found In the wonderful dlseotery ZEMO a clean liquid lor external uia. ZEMO cures by removlncthecauie II drawl the termi (rem under the aim to the surface and deatrnra them and their toilna, lenlr.f a clean health skin ZEMO'S record for cur s ha terer ben equaled, and It hai been retarded at The woild a created cure (cr ill dUaaies of the akin and scalp " Cet a bottle today cf your drucclat and write to us about your case llrrlbore, IIU Bapv, l.lWi. TllKB. W ltoI lIKIIIlINt Co . llarrlatiurK.il) lir ah Hill. I taa. I'lemme In recommend In our lurdtrln Vrmu" tut thn cure of cui...

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. — 9 April 1908

EffW IfllHBBH; : .. , lK &Parr .,1 Hk' i V nmF.', issssiirn iajuiw i'ivii Hr w Mm a B 'J3jBipji. Miff ffv K' 'jj5 'a- SJK HI Ski I a sl lEr E3 4 ? -l ' US' Ek X? H. I $ m HUE fev W! S, M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered as second-class matter February 9th, :go7 at the postoffice at Marlon, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1S79. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. Single copies mailed oj I month mailed to any address n t months " " jj " " " 5 months 50 " " tnt ,. 1.00 6 years 5,00 TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION tr HOT PAID CASH IN ADVANCE, Single copies mailed 05 I month mailed to any address... i months 1 year THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 190S. Our business motto: "Lejour, e'est aujourd'hui. "A dollar looks big now." A a" " .-- .r..f "m TWjrspw hy. i v '. .-,a... . .. i SSFSBES r X-N. ... .Vfav - 1 .u.' . . , N l&S . lothcs Sec Our New See Our New Sec Our New Sec Our New CARPETS MATTINGS DRUGGETS LACE CURTAINS Smartest, Snappiest EASTER SALE r AND onoes fr meri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 9 April 1908

K --. iTI ST . t.f7 ' T5t, 'A flr" "V Mx to ;i.-. """u' Uin,- :iO!f)!&?&!&!M&!&0ft .? Nou "W K b. .A. . . .. . . .A. .A. . eWh Blut i 99 PEOPLE OUT OF 1 WHMWk & ; ..,.. . .. .. ., - - &' i. warn 10 save money: uont you.' & 4 2) Then come let. us show you 2 The Most Z& First Class Up-to-date Cloth ing in tne County. If You Don't Find That gj We Save tou win not dc g We Carry in "Tailored AND "Finished by Hand" And are Guaranteed. Wc nlso have an extra nicclhic of Extra Pants in the Regular, and "Peg Top" styles at Money Saving Prices. Its a pleasure to Stock Suits that are on the Bench" please you. : I Wunn.dentist, Press Huilding It L Davis was in Kvansvillc Mouday Little Geneva Daniel who has I been ill of pneumonia in alio to be 1 up. 1 1 Mrs. M. K. Croft and daughter Miss Willie were in Kvansvillo shopping Tuesday. Messrs Carl W. Glenn and Tom S. iu Shaw, of Cadiz, spent Sunday with Mr. aud Mrs. It. L. Davis. Our stock of paint is second to non...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 9 April 1908

'cough continues f ,i n . . ' . . " "" -'W"pr:'W rrnm p.,.. WT. ' i - uaiu 01 Sril' I i . .' KlAi7 -!., ,c"80 TVo ?':" r ? r T ' - ,. -"Av.--k f ,,:, 1 1 ' - t av r.r s tendered to the w rar rn fta av. rt i 'rrvraiHiHKH f, said John sirup " i'lanon Polt mem statin; ::. .?.;,:: v: , No. Zinc f!nrm,n.. t.. '. . . the article, S? fJoM I . Ml 11mmMmmmX ,i. I iiiui 'in nilmmii'iinil 7 -v , ,.,. ' " ' . '!.- W' r&i " A l tE . i- Zi k k V . ft- lL - "v LUSC VOUT UrOOWers of resistance walrnr1. jl .S,Ti "" n? T-l C imvjr3 f ik ocozr a- : It builds up and strengthens your entire system, jf It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so q prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest Q ALL DRUGGlSTSt 50c. AND $1.00 A MWWW4OWWW Hogwallow News. Frisby Hancock believes there is some sort of mineral attraction in the hills near his home as his house has begin to lean in that direction. Don't grunt so much. If it did any good we'd help youv A freight train looks all right in the freight...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 9 April 1908

' J.W.Paris Paris & Rankin. Having bought the Woolen mills Marion Ky, where .we are prepared to furnish you with feed such as hay and corn, bran, chops and the best chicken feed prepared, ground oyster shells. The grinding of corn into meal for table use a specialty. We want to buy corn hay oats straw, in fact everything that will make feed. We want to card your wool for you, we will have an expert carder, will buy all you have to sell. Call on us. PARIS & RANKIN. March 24, 1908. - - Marion, .Ky. 1500 Pictures of Roosevelt AND Farm and Fireside for 1908 Free With Your Subscription To The Crittenden Record-Press If you will send us $1.00 cash in advance for a year's subscription The C'iuttknukn or if you arc in arrears, and will pay up back dues, wo will end you, frco of charge, Kami aud Fireside twice a month for tho rest of 11M)K (uine months), and TiOO Pictures of President Kooticvclt beside-. FARM AND FIRESIDE is the National farm paper. It prints and circulates each mont...

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. — 9 April 1908

. Iji Jf " pppHpppmilt ' ?!FTr 1 f K r & i' m Ik r "M t&l " 3",'X L tu V ' ' ? " tft ' - . K .ri tt ? I T tS. M. V f . lu " It , n. r. JT y Much Fruit, peaches pears and cherries arc killed. An interesting Sunday School was organized at Union Sunday. James Carter & Co., are baling hay for A H Cardin this week.' D F Fox and wife of Shady Grove visited their son here a few days last week. Eulie Threlkeld of Craync attended church here Saturday and Sunday. Howard and David Hollcwell of Shady Grove visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Nathan Ferryman and family arc visiting Mrs Franks of Siloam this week. "', L A LaKue of Sheridan attended church here Saturday and Sunday. The Farmers "Union is receiving new members almost every week. Plenty of Trouble is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels, to get rid of it and headache and biliousness and the poison that brings jaundice, take Dr. King's New Life Pills, the reliable purifiers that do the work with grinding or...

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. — 16 April 1908

HBMPgWgffPgW r t irr m ! i i i mi nnn mm i i Hi lit tm m i hmh sb . rav.cr k re .a. TWSjswywrraanBC sprwask? WntwAvwa r VT .isw , .-, w. - -., , --.,- - T- W - T - ' "" JS, v, "PS.2K Miv ' ' -l-Ma and N x uce wnn rsiue fc. tifriilrodftt fatmfo$tit& ntv. "Surgeon. VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, APRIL 16, 1908. NUMBER 46 X !! Vi ! P" "Ti If Decorating the Interior or Exterior of Your Home This Spring Don't Forget ORME'S CRYSTAL PALACE DRUG STORE. U We have tons of Wall Paper and Paints and can Save You Money. Colors to Please Every One From Main Street. IL. PRINCETON PRESBYTERY Net at Marlon, April Seventh-Open- lag Sermon Preached by the Rev. J. K. Henry. The Presbytery of Pricotou, met at Marion. Ky., April 7lli, at 7:110 j. tii. The opening sermon was preached by tho ltcv. .1. It. Henry. There wcro nine ordained ministers present Kightoon churches were represented. A Tine spirit pervaded the Presbytery and the work was thorough and progressive. A number of people...

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. — 16 April 1908

vtf Nkm' - v-- fs,;fcwfr5 gJrMranf fr. i . Jijsj if "., ,1- Vm fS -A I Til " t 4 AJ (f is Ftrm ! feral officeholder now ItiR office-, in or under the State idruinistration, who arc gong up aud down the highways reading Federal officeholders out of the party because sonic of the latter are supporting Secretary Taft instead of Vice President Fairbanks for l'rcsidout, seek to justify their tirades by charging that the editor of the Leader, who holds a Federal office, "did everything in his power to prevent the election of bov. Bradley to the United State Senate." The Leader is alone responsible for its utterances, and its editor is the only Federal officeholder who may rightly be called to account lor what it may have said about the Senatorial contest or may now say about political conditions generally. It follows its own judgment and sense of duty, and attacks, upon Federal officeholders, as a class because ot its attitude, arc wholly gratuitous and out of place. The Leader did not "d...

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. — 16 April 1908

tfrxtfPimf. MrrktSIrt XnV. tfl 5S5T2I!5?! The Genuine Spoons, Forks, Knives, etc. have all the qualities in design, workmanship and finish of the best sterling silver, at one-fourth to one-eighth the cost. Much of the sterling now on the. market is entirely too thin and light for practical use, and is far in ferior in every way to "Silver Plate thai Wears " Ak your deiler or "1J47 ROGERS BROS." Avoid substitute. Our full is "J047 ROGERS UROS." laolc ( r it ST M by leading dealers everywhere Bedre buying write for our catalogue "C-L. ' wriwti .nal if lykb c MERIDCN HRITANNIA CO., Meridtn, Conn. mmmmim F8 tftTi" . -1 , , J i. , v 'f T-?W S47 ROGERS BROS. ,444404440404044004044044 Consumption is less deadly than it used to be. V Certain relief and usually complete recovery 4 will result from the following treatment : Hope, rest, fresh air, and Scott's Emulsion. ALL DRUGGISTS ,4444444444444444444444 USE OF COCOANUT OIL. Coenanut oil, win it has a pleasant flavor, an 1 ta umxI 111 many w...

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. — 16 April 1908

m i K- I f J .-- .?" ' .3 . MANKIND 'he Brightest, Smartest, Snappiest Garments For Men, Young Men and Boys Will be found in our Store. -p EASTER Cleveland Stone, of Dixon, but later of Smithlaud, where he held a position on the Echo, is now foreman at the office of the 'Chittenden As such he got out his Grst paper last week and he received many compliments on the handsome appearance of the sheet, especially from advertisers. Elsewhere in this paper is published from the ''Lexington Leader" (Republican) an edtorial from the pen of Sam Roberts who edits that paper and who is a United Statch Government official, which tells in terms who is to blame for the defeat of the county unit bill. An effort has been made by some Republicans to blame Democrats lor the failure, and in view of this it is quite gratifying to Democrats to note that the "Leader" is honest enough to place the blame where they think it should be. "luiigration is awatch word, 25 negroes left here, to live in Union count...

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. — 16 April 1908

i 'H. WJGfZyT&VtfS' F. W.Nunn, dentist, Pre Building H W. White, of Moplinovilic, ws in the oily Thursday. Easter novelties, postcard, etc Our prices will surprise you, M. K. Font. C. 11. Hina, of Sturgis, attended tbc Presbytery here last week Kastcr Kgg hunt at Mrs. Satu Gugenhcims Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Mrs. C. L. Burks, of Blackford, was the guest of her mother, Mrs J. II. Clifton. Thursday. H. II Akin, of Princeton, spent Friday in this city. Don t miss the Kastcr Kgg Hunt at Mrs. Gugouhcuus Saturday afternoon. Admission 10 cents Souvenirs at tho atc. Mrs. .lamos Cooper, of Caseyullc, arrived Saturday to bo with hersiste Mrs. .1. G. Gilbert, who is very ill. All children ore invited to attend Kgg Hunt in Mm. yard Saturday afternoon. Kncli child will receive s souvenir at the gate. Guy Olive, of was hero Sunday eurouto from a visit to II o rcjorts his father, the Hon. .Ichsia Olivo, as having been .scrioiihly ill, but in now on tlio road .to recovery. Princeton Lea...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 16 April 1908

W 1&&FjFgtimmvjj0(tir ' MMMM tpy&i'm wpz&F "&( Hkj . L.BBBBM.klt'' i z 1 tlfe. 5fc . t r V: I. M 'iff HE' - m & W is ibp; nMHK: sHr ' i Br mhIHHK sssS 4'? 'JaramflHBP i&BBBBBFTV far. hnnit fnr a flKr I i&'jL i&SJ3Es? - iwrv wi BuB'' ' tjOgPPiniy think more, fael more, MBfe' ' ..tfOtfttBfr9 'more and be more; NHf y- jdByjk" we ma' ,lave life mora abundant BBBH&L JKP1 at i ly. as He aid. Nothing nothing helps in this eking as the sight of it The brook whioh is alive again, The saxifrage EDWA11D EVERBW W h t C h i S hale. al4ve( The pussy willow, the crocus, The snowdrop, the viole, The bluebird, the butterfly. GHETCHEN'S SURPRISE PARTY Hew a German Housemaid Made a Whole Family Happy. A Gorman housemaid, very fond of nc mistress' little children and wishing to add a hit of homely cheer to their Kastertlde, decided to follow a quaint and prettj custom ohserved In many of the provinces of Germany. Early on Easter morning, hefore one of tho family ...

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. — 16 April 1908

March 24, 1008. II V WALDO PONDRAY WARRCN I aBHaaHaHHaaHHHaaHaaaa -' - iTr V3 V? ,"-- J. W. Paris J. L. Rankin Paris & Rankin. Having bought the Woolen mills Marion Ky, where we arc prepared to furnish you with feed such as hay and corn, bran, chops and the best chicken feed prepared, ground oyster shells. The grinding of corn into meal for table use a specialty. We want to buy corn hay oats straw, in fact everything that will make feed. We want to card your wool for you, we will have an expert carder, will buy all you have to sell. Call on us. PARIS & RANKIN. Marion, Ky. 500 Pictures of Roosevelt AND Farm and Fireside for 1908 Free With Your Subscription To The Crittenden Record-Press If you will eud us Sl.UU cash in advnnco lor it years subscription Tlir CuiTTKNliK.N or if you aro in arrears, and will jay up Lark, dues, wo mil xend you, free of charo, Kami and Kirosidc twice a mouth for the ret of VM) (nine months) and f()0 I'icturci of President Hiiicvc!t hcido FARM AND F...

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. — 16 April 1908

-;- iria?r W '., vd: :jl B. ft! Uk - mmgsa l E$jSl "To Make Hay While the Sunshines" Requires a good Mower, one that will cut properly an kind of grass on any grouud and is light of draft, easy to operate, and durable. We offer just such a mower as this, in the Acme Hodges. It is a machine that will stand the closest inspection and will meet the most exacting requirments. It is prouided with a 4 1-2 ft. and 5 ft., cutter bars. Ask to See One of Them When in Town. T Main Street. BRADLEY'S ELECTION (Continued from 2nd page.) inauguration and spend some days or possibly a week in formulating nonpartisan measures which he would transmit to the General Asscmby with the advice that they were the product of the best thought of all parties in Kentucky. We remember to have heard the names of some of the gentlemen, and call to mind former Gov. Beckham, John T. Shelby, John K. Hendrick, former Gov. Buckncr, Chief Justice Holt, E. L. Wor thinpton, David W. Fairleigh, W. C. Halbert, James D. Bla...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 23 April 1908

rv"J BHuBBav Wl'W,! Iw" JW ' y! AJ;V - .'. I KAir m WiJl &tifti(litti MtwtfoS VOL. 29. COUNTY UNION Bolls Interesting Session st the Court House, Marlon, List Thursday. The Farmers Kducational and Union in schrioii at Marion Thursday, April Irtth, 1H0S, by resolutions nay that wc do heart, ily endorse and approve of the move ments inaugcratcd by the ladies of .Marion to prevent spitting on the side walks as one mcaus of checking the ravages of the curse of comsump. tion, and also tlieir efforts to have provided, in Marion a new and hitching rack. Also that this resolution bo pubhuhcd in the 1'ukhs. Marion, April 1(5, 19(M. We the following coinuiiltcc appointed b) the Crittenden County Union, A. b if K. and the County Union I'. K. and Co-operative Unions, respective- 1 Would bog leave to roport that in our opinion, the objoots, aim-., grievances and romedios of both nro identically the same in c cry particular and wo bcliove it to be thr intnroit of tioth organization that a uni...

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