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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 June 1908

','''" " nmmsmmmmr rniFfTF1'11 )Js!IIMb Kw j!mKESP',rm?? LaHJBi " J ' 'v " i,f"u in "5nJ rights fo r ill .i .isafro H i.ttn for dlvin u f BnSSafSnmr &;jSMI4 .iiinlllll S . .. ?1RTm1 jnLflWnfl "JP' M .'J JIMBIWi' I'H --- ., i vW a i-IM ..VBiCVtfin i x '".. f I'll :h 'r V. . Mam "-V TAFT NAMED ON FIRST BALLOT 'a- .Xfrarsduy the Culmination ol'ti rent - .Convention Cuiue In Naming Sec-a retary ill" Wrar Kor President. Congrosstnajt S. Sherman Wo Xtvuied lAir Second Place Uriel" Scum Ion on Friday. Incidents of One of the 3lot Interacting Convention ln the History ot iheI'nrt. tfor President of the United States, WILLIAM H. TAFT of Ohio. Eor Vice President JAMBS S. SHERMAN of New York. Taft on the first ballot. Taft b 702 votes; Taft by the unanimous choice cf the convention. Suoh Is the record of the culmlnat lng day of the Republican national convention of 130S, effected amid scenes of tumultuous enthusiasm and after a nerve-racking continuous session lasting nearly eight hours. 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. — 2 July 1908

ERNEST SLAYDEN INDICTED FDII WILLFUL MURDER After the Indictment Slayden was lironght Into Court and Plead Not (iullty. CONTINUED TILL NOVEMBER TERM. Slayden's Wltu Clings to film and Will Use Every Eilorl to Free Her Husband. MESSHS. JAMES 8 JAMES HIS ATT'YS. The grand jury adjourned Saturday af r returning sovontyone indictments against alloged night ridor and indicted Krucit Slaydou for wni nl murder. Slnyden is indicted f r the brutal murder of James Sul-longer, a-well-to-do farmer, and fall of tlic accused, which occurred on Sullongers farm in April )t lohn W. Hutohon, of Louisville, wa employed by tha liolrs of the ullengor ntato to take up llio case and the indictment of Slayden is the r Milt After the iudiclineiit SUvdeu watt 1 r.ught into court and plead oot jruilty. IIU counsel James & James kcd for a continuance till term and this was granted. Groat interest is takeu iu tho oar as it wait one of the foulest murders ovor committed. Slayden's wife who is a daughter of t...

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. — 2 July 1908

r T1 'Wrrr "" a.- IH rTfH ..H yiiiipMii. cya . :JiBA . .. . 1 --.. J' C '-v -"" -" -- - -- '' ' vy..' .' ,-' -' --- -- -- bVbVBI, nba mm cmr jp i t J ic , J ; jjp JOIN THE CROWD AT ., wT "HbHV J&TiWKKKr jhv' ''IbHHHbbbw .bVbbV "HbH IbT" B' H mbbbI bVbbb bbH bbH bbH H bbbb "" BBam bbbbBv W "bbbbI bWbbbI 1HB H H aH A Hk At . I i t r h v it im 1 v i 1 ' if.ff.ffH .vv .-. .f.f.f.w if.ff.ffH 'ift. m m h The business men of Marion have made arrangements to entertain their friends and customers on Saturday Sf The business men are in charge of the celebration, and the town will be decorated in ala f& jg, colors, and everything will be done to make this a pleasant and enjoyable event. Come ! I Grand Balloon Ascension ! I S AND PARACHUTE LEAP FOR LIFE ! $ 4m4 This will be no toy balloon. The management have entfadcd one of the most celebrated aeronnut.s, who will imiku one a.scension ff I TWO BRASS BANDS I 4m Have Been Enaed for the Occasion, and Will Furnish Good Music Throughout the...

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. — 2 July 1908

EX-PRESIDENT CLEVELAND IS DEAD 8AQB OF PRINCETON' SUCCUMBS TO HEART DISEASE, AFTER A STUBBORN FIGHT. TWICE OCCUPIED WHITE HOUSE Wife, the Only Member of th Family at His BediW When He Pitied Away, Believed to Last Long Illness Not Critical. Princeton, W. J, Jua SS. Cleveland, tha 2M. also Qe 24th pre ideut of Ihr Unttsal JtiUt nod tho last tapreslduat, dlod (it his 'horaa her ut 840 o'clock Wednesday morning, alter a lingering Illness that had cau?d him to ho confined to his bd throughout th winter and spring, hero and ax Lnkvuood, N. J. Iltnrt dltuaaa, comb Inert with tbrtirnbosis and odeina, wa th oausb. Alfhuufcb he had Uwa 111 n lone fwblla and hit condition was hit dwth u unnxpstctsd. Only Tuiidy Dr Joseph T Irynt of New ffork paid a villi to Mr Cleveland' QHOVER CLEVELAND. home, but th Information as subsequently gtvon out that tho visit wu not oorasionvd by n alarming ctxidl Hon of tho forznt? urwldont' health. When th wad came, only Mrs. Cluvoland, tho pbytddana und attendan...

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. — 2 July 1908

s W A t mm A y am m 'Hi EEJl Wry m. il' I k i ' 357 Wee ..Al of BflM rl" STfjc Crtttcnbcn CUcorbIprcSg S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered as second-class matter February Wh. k37 at the poitoffice at Marion, Kentucky, under lb Act of Congress of March 5. iSrs TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION STUCTLT CASH IN ADVANCE. Single copies mailed 05 I month mailed to any address .if 1 months ..- .is " " " j months .............. .50 " " 1 year t.oo " " " 6 years J.00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IF HOT fAID CASH IN ADtANCE. Single copies mailed os 1 month mailed to any address tj " " " months 75 " " " 1 year t.jo THURSDAY, JULY 2, 190S. GENERAL BDSINESS OUTLOOK. Modkkate trading but gradual recuperation in business appears to represent the facts of the case as we find them in the general business situation of the country. Conservatism is very apparent, but with the excellent outlook for crops the prospect for better times rests on a good foundation. Political matters will engross attcntiou for some fme...

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. — 2 July 1908

.-,A.. m mmn. ArtfMMI V mMMMMMMMtbt m(MmmmmmmmMmi6ibmti: IB fli M M S HOfVB II Mm WDjDjfl more value i nan Vfcr. SB IS We are continually striving to give you the Best Values that are to be Secured & in the COUNTY. We KNOW it is to YOUR INTEREST as well as OUR OWN. ;5) Regardless of the so called jC) "Dull Times" we have sold more clothing than any 2s previous season. There is something that has caused gC this. If you .will have 43 enough interest to invest!- gate you will find that HIGH CLASS a TAILORED SUITS, 5s a t very Reasonable &Si Prices is the M a i n S Cause. We have also a few a bKUIVtN LUIS S at 4 Extra Bargain Prices 4$ 3S( Long Silk Gloves 8s b ?- &&-. rMKi9t 4H A -id Iw&efL &Mi. p B VL -T K. kOrat A 7" y Va" H , . A Now is your time to get some Real Values in Dress Goods. Pretty Patterns in Lawns at 5,7;, 10, and 15c" Per Yard. Fancy and Plain Woolens, Peau De Soie, Taffeta, China Silks and French Serges. Lace Curtains Win- dow Shades, Car pets,...

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. — 2 July 1908

EECZZT2 KJJwWB Jwwtfis?! EJI rFy 'vr L? V ' v S i .. f ' r k " ' 1 IVj)' IT. .. Low Account 4th of J ,'. mtiiith on I. fid F0" - a 0.MfV.to m! topoiniimof the Ohio River, NCSTL, VS "p, y, AJMNj One and one third fare for the round tjjPminium charge 50 cents. Date of ov jJlWy 2, 3, & 4, return limit July 8. No stop Account Democratic National Convention July 7th $32.75 for the round trip, date of sale July 2, 3, 4, and 5, limit July31. Account Annual Convention National Educational Convention, Cleveland Ohio, June 29 to July 3. $17.75 for the round trip, tickets on sale June 25 to July 1st, return limit July 7, tickets can be extended to August 31 by paying extension fee of $1. Chatauqua New York and return, $22.40 round trip date of sale July 2 and 23 only, return Ang., for tickets sold on July 2nd and Aug., 25 for tickets sold July 23. Georgetown Kentucky account B. Y. P. U. Assembly June 29 July 3, $8.10 for the round trip. Date of sale June 27, 28, and 29 return July 4. Nashv...

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 July 1908

ooooooooooooooooooooo o 4 v, !? m Nursing baby? It's a heavy strain or mother. Her system is called upon to supply nourishment for two. Some form of nourishment that will be easily taken up by mother's system is needed. Scott's Emulsion contains the greatest possible amount of nourishment in easily digested form. Mother and baby are wonderfully helped by its use. ALL DRUGGISTSt SOc. AND 11.00 4"5"&0904O'O40O4004O4' STARK. Pr W. U. Hodge and family are Iwcll pleased with their location in If'nik, Mo. They speak very highly lif the good Chrihtun people and their kind neighbors. Wo are glad . 1 ear thin, for the doctor left a flno ra ticc hero to pitch hi tents in he wort and ho dcnervoi to do well J we cau recommend him to the tuple of Polk county, Mo., as a fine ll vsician The missionary servfeo at Pinoy 'reel was a riiocoh. Ht. J. 11. McNccly preached in the forenoon to largo audience composed ol the j('f peoplo from the surrounding 'iitrnmities. His toxt was Math. ? !' "tio toa...

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 July 1908

"" -I '" X'-' - ' "' K';lmi -'"-- - f L i ' ' jr . fir i'i lAHH KT' flPf' Areyu "'"PP Good Pea Hay is always K !tv' lG gNa1iMBB WILL ST0CK PEAS K Nicaiana(Lfl55iv Come in and Get what you need. .v!o2Pw 1 1 I i A 4 tm i Remember thsit v hnndlo tho Fnrmi. BUCK-EYE SUNBEAM CULTIVATOR. The Beot on the Market today. We haw sold them for Thirteen Years, and without a single complaint. Don't do like the other fellow did. buy some off brand, and then wish you -hadn't. Come in and look them over. We Guarantee both the Price and the Cultivator. We carry a Full Line of Mining Supplies, Such as, OILS, SHOVELS, PICKS, HAMMERS, Handles of all kinds, also Dynamite, Caps, Fuse, Electrical Fuzes, Lamps and everything you need. Phone us your orders. We insure you prompt service and correct Prices. Main Street. Fords Ferry. The river is getting very low. Miss Claric Heath i.- on the sick list. Farmers are busy plowing their corn. Wallace Clift went to Marion Wednesday Miss Mattie Hughes was the guost ...

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 July 1908

V "'. '' v "- v i 7v Bifi jmaeii $kjWSPm VOL 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. JULY 9, 1908. NVlMfcfcU 6 GRAND CELEBRATION. People From all Farts ol the County Came to Marlon to Celebrate the Fourth. Tlio Fourth of July celebration givcu by tlio business men of tho city was a decided success and tboy nro to be congratulated. The .Marion Cornet Hani certainly deserve credit for furnishing Huch splendid music and lots of it. Kvcry one seemed to think tho balloon ascension would bo. a dream but it was a reality. One of tlio most interesting of the day was the ball game between Marion and Providonco rouhing in a score of 15 to 1 id Marions favor. From the amount of conffctti thrown one would think he was attending a street fair. A very largo orowd attended the celebration and partook of the business men's and Maiion in general hospitality. Tho crowd was various ly estimated at from 2000 to .'(000 and alt were orderly aud well-behaved. All Explained Now. lat week tho Crittenden oai...

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 July 1908

m: I IV ftr4 & l , fW r in trooa. fj , r IVE STOCK- : .... v..jiy14r:: rvJ.w.irfrea noA to cbyWfchers. afetfuaaUjanxxl butchers Geed te choice stockers Medium to good stockers Common to mcdiun stock' ere . i UQfKBIbl ..- , ntMl M a G.25 5.25 a 6 25 $5 25 a 5.75 4.50 a 5.25 1.00 a 4.50 3.75 a 4.00 3.00 a 3.50 Heifers. Good to choice butchers a 4.75 5.25 Medium to good butchers . .4.25 a 5.75 Common to medium . . .. 3.50 a 4.00 Good to choice stockers 3.30 a 3.75 Common to medium ers 3. 00 a 2.50 Bulls. Good to choice butchers 3.50 a 4.00 Medium to good butchers 2.75 a 3.50 Fair to good bologna 3.75 a 4.00 Common 2.00 a 2.50 Cows. Good to choice butchers 4.25 a 5.00 Medium to good butchers . 3.25 a 4.50 Common to medium butchers, .r. 2.75 a 3.50 Canners and cutrers 1.50 a 2.50 Milch Cows. Good to choice milchers ..35.00 a 50.00 Medium to good milchers 20.00 a 30.00 Common to plain milchers 10.00 a 20.00 Calves Good to choice veals 5.25 a 5.75 Medium to good 3.50 a 5.00 Common 2.50...

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. — 9 July 1908

iff : Vfc FIVE PERISH IN FIRE EXPLOSION WRECK3 CHICAQO CHEMICAL PLANT. EMPLOYES TRAPPED IN BASEMENT Sodlee Am Recevtrtd From Building Wrecked by lowing Up of Chemicals. Chicago, June 20. Five bodies have bean taken from the mini or the Pabst Chemical Company's plaat, Huron titreet, wrecked by an explosion, and a sixth Is raportcd to have leen found. The bodies removed are those of Mrs. Jnno Nolan and her four children, Mary, Jtmaia, Emma and Jlslen. Twelve womou and seven men .were severely burned. A shoot of flames loUowed the ex. plosion, which ooettrod if the Kmloyet f taTMftpnny inn trapped at tWr Vort basement and first aad second Qta The third and fourth Hoop Wt occupied as living apartments. The family that prlshad was on the fklnl floor. The 12 women burned ware at work on the first floor. The explosion threw $eni from thalr feoL Their clothes jtfere on flra before they could rise. The girls rushed ta a window aad leaped to the street, On man Jmnpad from a seoend story wtodw...

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 July 1908

MMHHIlHKPIHHsssssssJLsisstfs Wz jHHHHHP93'r ,f ntjLa. tfr imiim im v W'T W M" ""m,r r (JHf j(F jfc ,r ff Pre-- GJBr i a iV llpil& is the Sale You Shoe Bargains. Clothing Great Bargains in Shoes for MEN-WOMEN-BOYS Waited For. GIRLS. One Lot Ladies Pat- Today we Start a Clothing Sale Without an equal; giving you the bencfitof the ent $2. Oxfords 1.50 Biggest Clothing Bargains you have been offered this season. Our Stock is well assorted and a Great Line to Select From. One Lot Ladies Pat- 2 rroideries : ent Kid $2.50 Ox- Z Don't Miss This Chance. : fords $2.00. I AND H IMW?1 f V?S rffvvTS What You Need. It is Your Time to Save Money. ! I I M- ! -I. ! H(H S headquarters for g : u g s- : : And i Lace Curtains, j ! minim? You Must See These to Appreciate Them SUITS-COATS-PANTS. YourChance is now Nothingbut Bargains Ail Sizes and Styles. Now Is Your Time to Buy Clothing. 25 per cent. Clipped Shirts Good Old m a li a from every Straw Mat Underwear Summer Time. MgqEJii " On last Tuesday...

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. — 9 July 1908

& Hats. Hats for old men, ,Cj Hats for young Q mon, Hats for :::: S Newest Styles, ;) Newest Shades, flC) and Best ties. 5S ;jg Shirts that fit well, Look well and wear well, with or without Collars or Cuffs attached or detatched. Coat Style or Regular Soft, Plain or Plaited Bossoms, The Suits that Suit. "Sterling" by name and Sterling in Worth is what you find in the Famous Bench Tailored and Hand Finished "Sterling" Clothing. Every Suit is Guaranteed. The fit better and wear longer than many custom made suits and cost you much less. We also have some lots that the sizes are broken n Suits and Extra Pants at Greatly Reduced Prices. COME SEE THEM. Ladies, Children's and Misses Fine Parasols. v li n&tBfai itaalBBBWBBBf We are Satisfied you know a good thing when you see it. So we want you to see our line of LAWNS, BATISTES, WHITE GOODS, NETS, LACES and EMBROIDERIES. When you compare ours with others you will readily see where you SAVE MONEY. CUT PRICES on Ladies Elbow Gloves,...

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. — 9 July 1908

5. V " 7-" " 'm JSZT i - L u ) t at M 1 'v ?7 K, 1 '. Jt" I I I IK a l- .r WWR feiH MBVw r W ani -AL . .. . tf tv" . . . . tif T j W V ' !'J!'Z&'1 ? W, W !!.. ! . -Lm w M - Mr. at11 " w - r "'. ,r IT Uy 'JUL .!' t" wwp"'' uokMHMWHer J1 jimJAWAWAWMT totter to ta ;HBVBVJPr" mo lonner. 'got his history of tie land school the Harvard set enry Adams, Henry Cabot Ixxlge, Tbeodoro Roosevelt, and bo on, not to format William E. Curtis and Edward S. EUts, and It made the sodate from Pittsburg, OTdlnarlly so wary 4sd so aoaurata, a very orvthilous W th somtwhat similar fflipt tfW the brilliant mind of Atherton contemplates Hamilton lad Jcffmofl through tt same specs. Owsley Stanleys reply to Dalroll waa cmshlng and conchiarve. Ho Jatntod the two men, Hamilton and efforeon, precisely as toywr, nnd placed thorn precisely whero authentic olatarjr will put then tho Virginian tns wisest of political nhUoccphers; tin West Indian the most brilliant of political adventurers. Many of Stan 's polit...

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. — 9 July 1908

hO! f Don't neglect your Statistic show that done over 200 people consumption. And most of these be living now if they had l warning cough. You know how Emulsion enables cough or cold. ALL URUCClSTSl 0640044460606066446fr6 Quarterly Report of the IERS& MERCHANTS BANK of TOLU, Ky., NIB CLOSE OF BUSINESS OR E30th, DAY OF JUNE 1008. RESOURCES ii and Discounts .$-13,747.19 rdrafts, secured . 1.7&1.GC rdrafts, unsecured 10.33 (ran National Banks $ 2,2r9.tt from Statu BankH mid kinkirn . . 2,007.70 $J.n.'JG Iking House und lot . . 2, 500. 00 c.e JSIG.46 rtney 4.BS0. 5,72t5.45 nture and Fixtures 1,932.54 LIABILITIES. tntul Mock paid in, in cosh $15,000.00 hlusFund ... 2,800.00 klmded Profits. . . 991 07 Depositors as follow, viz: iaitn subject to chuck (on . M. h intercut is not puid) (11,113.20 i certificates of deposit i t which interest is paid) $217,270.00 HO, 713. 20 re nil ex pennon, loiwen, in- Urest and taxes deducted 'there fr beforo declaring d .itr. 1. ami wan not Ion" 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. — 9 July 1908

iiMm m mmii ui BpBPfcT" HlllHillllllllllllllH !HHr" " 'Mi f M' T r 9HK ''' In a&MHHK VJdEfc. HhhO ft- u. vm 'its, Zfr.'T Remember that we handle the Farmers BUCK-EYE SUNBEAM CULTIVATOR. The Best on the MarkeCtoday?r Wehave sold them for Thirteen Years, and wfltyout a single complaint. Don't do like the other fellow 'did. buy some off brand, and then wish you hadn't. Come in and look them over. We Guarantee both the Price and the Cultivator. We carry a Full Line of Mining Supplies, Such as, OILS, SHOVELS, PICKS, HAMMERS, Handles of all kinds, also Dynamite, Caps, Fuse, Electrical Fuzes, Lamps and everything you need. Phone us your orders. We insure you prompt service and correct Prices. WWrw mfrtWl I ; " " i y'c have just receued a CAR LOAD OF STUDEBAKER WAGONS When in need of a wagon Remember the Studcbaker. It wears longer, runs lighter; and stands up under heavier loads than any wagon on the. n'arkct to-day. For lifty years it has been the Standard of Excellence in the wagon w...

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 July 1908

IV '" &t if Imhm $Ut0rb$v to ) VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 1G, I908. NUMBER 7 THIBOTE TO OLLIE JAMES. Homembers Big First District Congressman In Convention Which First Nominated Him. Denver, Colo., July it. Tho speech of Representative James, of Kentucky, was ono of the hits of the Lincoln celebration. Here is what Mr Uryan in his speech Maid of Mr. James "We have heard a son of tho Hutithland. I recall when I first met him in' that convention in Chicago, in that wonderful convention, the hie f which I novor expect to ttec again iioforc my memory thcro ne a pioturo of that convention. At I was tpcaking two faces stood out lieforo all the roM Over in this direction, 1 saw OIHr Jainc, of K .-murky, ((applause. ) And whn that judienoa roso as one man to loino statement nude, my tyo turned from ouo faeo to thoethor, for n lw fjtw in thu tnMimp irtj n.' re complete cxprnicn to ihu than that audience exjro!jed. lit wi then a young man; he was jmt coming into pol...

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 July 1908

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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 July 1908

EQUITY EDITORIAL COLUMN, 1 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY OF NORTH AMERICA. National Officers: ... C. M. Baunett, itch, inuianapous inu. L, N. Stattb, Trenton. III. O. D. Pauley, Scc&Trcas Indianapolis. Stato Officers: J C. Cantiiiix, Georgotown, Ky. S. U. ROHKHTON, Sec. Calhoun, Ky. County Officers: A, F. Wolfe, Iron Hill, Pros. W. II. Smith, Repton, Ky., Pmb, MARION F. POGUE. Editoii. To farmer ud(1 their fricuds: While tho objoct of these columns primarily to advanco tho causa of the Socloty of Kijuily, by its principles and recording its wonderful work in state and nation, in condensed form, wo shall bo glad to receive contributions from our friends everywhere relative to the farmer and his interests, no matter to what organization you .may bolong. All suoh communications should be addressed to me, Fredonia, Ky., 11. K. I). No. 2, Such communications must bo signed in full by tho writer, besides the turn do plume, if any. The KoiTdu. MARTIN AT GLARKSVIL1.E. Viarksvillo, Tenu., J...

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