ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Crittenden Record, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,085 items from Crittenden Record, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,085 results
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 August 1906

LOCAL NEWS The Continued Story of Current Events Fredonia and Kelsey Blackburn Working the roads is the order of the day. lr. Hodges, of Shady drove, passed through here Sunday. R. W. Vanhooser and wife went to Creswell last Saturday. Ellert Spiekard, of Creswell, passed through here Saturday. Several from here attended church at Shady Grove Sunday. A. J. Eskew and wife attended the graveyard cleaning near Hoods, Satur day. John Sullivan and family, of Kepton, visited her father's Saturday and Sun day. Andrew Eskew, of Marion, visited his father Sunday. Elmer McConnell returned from New Mexico last week. While he was there he purchased land and will move soon. Albert McConnell and wife, of Mar ion, visited friends and relatives here Sunday. Koss Scott, of Kepton, visited his parents Saturday and Sunday. Our school is progressing nicely with Richard MclKiwell as teacher. We wish him much success. W. B. Davis went to Marion Monday. Joe Wynn and family visited Johnnie Wynn, of near Tri...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 August 1906

one. - nit nun ro. Abe Henry, the tomb atone man wh I'Uit Tit Amy - . . , Mm. John Weldon and baby i relative, near Sheridan the fif the week. I Muwes Addie and Clara Nunn are viaiting Mina Ora Hodge this week. John W. Blue and H. H. Sayre went by, Haynea & Taylor. R. S. Parria formerly of this but now of Mississippi Count; by a yjfoi R?ad the Record and keep posted on the daily oceurances of the country. SUPPLEMENT The Crittenden Record. VL3 MARION, KY., AUG. 3, 1906. N0 4 REV.T.N.COMPfO j .J shots. 1 inniTinvii mmn vfwq I b v ot . lor .mr. a. shooter.) ...yimuimiiiiiu nbiiu good spar and lead Is Keeling Mb Much Success In Evangelistic lork. Rev. T. N. C'ompton wrnt to Guth rir on Saturday where he will be en. paged furl wo week in a protracted meeting at the Ksptiit church. He has recently had great urrni in the vangelitic work to which he is now devoting hi energiee. - F.xchange. Mariim church t.ple will remember the tall young Hapti.t minuter referred lo almvr. He preached a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 3 August 1906

FROM OUR EXCHANGES. Mrs. G. W. Stone, of Marion, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. W. T. Rcid, Wednesday. - Princeton Littl er. Messrs. Will Wyalt, Johnson Easlvy and Henry Hughes, three of Fredonia 's IMipulur young men, went to Marion Sunday. Princeton Leader. Miss Smith, of Dycusburg, is the pleasant visitor of Mrs. J. W. Dnhs this week. - Princeton Leader. Trice Ilennett, of Marion, was the guest of I. C. Bennett Sunday. - Prince ton Leder. Mrs. Ollie Tucker, of Marion, has be-n visiting Mr. Henry Rice for sev eral daya.-Princeton Leader. Johnson Crider, of Marion, visited his parents here Sunday. - Princeton leader. Dr. Shoemaker, of Morganfli'ld, was operated on last Saturday morning at the Dr. Eastman Sanitarium, Indian apolis, Ind. He stood the operation well, and hopes were entertained that he would make a rapid recovery. Tues day he was not so well, and since then his condition remains unchanged. Morganfield San. Rev. Elgin held his fourth and last quarterly meeting for th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 10 August 1906

1 tmnt IftEEEEE Etofd. VOLUME 3. MARION,:CRITTENDEN COUNTY,:KY., AUG. 10, 1906. NUMBER 5. 3H L Crittenden County Associa tion Holds Meeting. Entertained by Sugar Grove Church on Wednesday, Aug. 1st. APPB0PE1UE KES0LLT10VS ADOPTED. Sunday School Convention. Tht Crittenden County Sunday Heboid Association hi-U iti annual con vention at Sugar (Imvt on Wednesday, Auk. 1ft, 1 !";. Th convention was rallrd to order by County President II. M. Franks. Devotional exercises were conducted by W. J. Hill Rev. W. T. Oakley was elected chairman of the convention and It. L Nuiin wis elected secretary, and the program waa taken up. The topic - The Meaning and Pur pose of thit Convention w-as very ably discussed by K. M. Frank. Sunt; by Cravneville choir. Topic -The I'arenta and the Sunday n presented ly R. L. Nunn. Sn(r. "Around the Savior' Lofty Throne." by Sugar Grove choir. R. M. Franki gave report of hit work a county president. Song, "Just a 1 am," bv Chl Hill choir. Topic-SuR lay School's J'k...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 10 August 1906

ML BE BETTER THAN IT EVER WAS In Its Third Year The Record's- Circulation 1 E.ceci!s ftc E.vnecfatMins of lis WHY HIS HAIR WAS LIKE THE SETTING SUN. "Po you know, sir," chuckled tlie buffoon barber, as he reached for the tonic bottle, "that your liulr reminds me of the setting sun?" "Quit you muisnHM1," Knapped tbe busy man. "How could my balr re mind you of tl.e M'ltiiiK sun? It I.s uot (;oll. ii jc It.'" Ni. Hir." "X'T i alienated In color ?" ram The State College of Kentucky 1 n why do vou it h It if: .Ms:' 111.! a LEXINGTON, KY. T And tl. I iililiel'.fi .ip 'inri I :li" V.'ii'.; il. start 1 in i': !!'::i'.l mil. I'i' it- "U'N i:ioi:n I tt voy-i i in: (. ;.'.Vi :: kv. A iar ago has 1' '."I t..";ii'ctiM,.i- aivl ia; t r il iri;'u. On til.- L'Slii tlay of Maivh. l! '". a cop. 'la-Tat ion I--stf.iycl thf greater jiart of .Marion anil in that il-tni.'titm 'I'm: C'nrn i:dkn Rkcokd went down. Tn:: Ciuttkniikn' IIkciiUD ili.l not nuW an issuo on account of tho lire nor fir any other cau...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 10 August 1906

NEST IN CUCUMBER CRITTENDEN COUNTY SCHOOLS Bantam Hollows Out Vegetable and Deposits Twelve Eggs Therein. Hopklnsville, Ky., July 28.-A small bantam hen belonging tu Robert S. Green, a merchant of this city, doubt lew holds the record for nesting In the moot unique place ever rejHrt'i. This hen evidently denied something out of the ordinary, so going into the garden she selected the luryest cucum ber she could fnd, which by the way, was an unusually large one, and after pecking out the inside and leaving only the rind, she proceeded to build her ' nest and lay her eggs. The family ooi became aware that the hen was laying, but all efforts to locate the place failed. Then the strange nesting place was discovered after the hen had deposited twelve eggs In the cucumber and had gone regularly to setting. Hartford Republican. If there is a paper in the'i'ennyrile" that can beat this hen story we think it is high time they were getting to work. The Hartford Republican has gotten the banner...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 10 August 1906

1 f Biese Goods Have got to (Qo ! j jovs Ja We mean every word we soy. This is no joke. If advertising and talking will not move them :! PRICE WILL The only place in town to get Real Bargains. This sale begins NOW. It ends Saturday, August 25. That is our last day with you. Unheard of Prices Have Been Placed on the Entire Stock ! It is cheaper to sell them than to move them. Why Delay ! Come Early ! The Goods the Latest. Prices the Cheapest. ISiil The Palace, J. B. Ray, Prop. Marion, Ky. Ct)t Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. CEO. M. CR1DER. Editor and Publisher. EUGENE GUESS, Associate Editor. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entaral u Mcond-clus matter July 15, 104. t lis poatofflc at Marian. Ky., under Act of Coo- I of Mirth t, 1879. NOTICE! S Was t four AAr writ I wdrfN u wU m mkmm wntimf . FRIDAY, AUG. 10, 1906. The news of Marion, Crittenden coun ty, Livingston county and other ad joining counties is to be found in The Record. The Record management is more than pleased at the...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 10 August 1906

1 T. J.AINSWORTH. J. S. AINSWORTH. ariom Coal & Transfer Co, 301 The best coal at the lowest price, sold from a lump to a car load. Special attention given out of town customers. Try our 'phone, No. 31, and you'll then try our COAL. J M We move .Fu.ouiC iui officer stobicucr Depot. LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn. Dentit-t. Percy Roney vinited friends in Salem thi week. American Field Feme of all styles and height. Hint A Cox. Mi Virvie Nunn, of Frankfort, ou the guest of W. O.J Tucker, Monday. Best sewing machines on theNear Hume. Nunn & Turker. Mim Itnd Stodghill. of Madisonville, i visiting Mr. V. O. Tucker See the leautiful lot in Weldon ad dition on North Main street. Dr. L. Gillwrt vim ted friend in llamtn thi week. Cold and hot baths at Metz A Sed lcrry. Green H. Belt left Tueday for New Mexico. Wood A Orm carry everything needed in tht school room. Mr. I.igo Cullen wife and grand daughter, Mia Cora Hudson, of Wheat croft, paid a vi.it to their nephew Will Carnehan, of thi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 10 August 1906

THE MAN WITH A HOE. (Hy Edwin Murkham.) Bowed by the weight of centuries, he leans Upon his hoe and gazes at the ground, The emptiness of ages in his face And on his back the burden of the world. Who made him dead to rapture and despair, A thing that grieves not and that nev er hopes, Stolid and stunned, a brother to the ox? Who loosened and let down this brutal jaw? Whose breath blew out the light with in his brain? In this the thing the Lord God made and gave To have dominion over sea and land; To trace the stars and search the heavens for power; To feel the passion of eternity? Ia this the dream he dreamed who shaped the suns And pillared the blue firmament with light? Down all the stretch of hell to its last gulf There is no shape more terrible than this More tongued with censure of the world' blind greed More filled with signs and potenU for the soul More fraught with menace to the uni verse. What gulfs between him and the seraphim! Slave of the wheel of labor, what to him . Ar...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 10 August 1906

, " recorded in i-e !(ok No M h I pa-sing th.- ol.l j n,.rk-t (m.e (Vitt,.,, , .w J h. nti-pn.-im.-fi'i., liy Uie u,nm u( whi.h SHERIFFS SALE, y virture of un execution No. Ml di- jtnl to mi), which issued from the k'n ollii'e of the Crittenden Circuit it, In favor ol' A. H. Ueed iitriiiiist ' Marion Zinc Co., lor the mini "n.0o, I, r 'im of my licputies, nil Monday the 11th day of '.1st l'.Mlli. I'l'tWeetl till" llOlltM III' I'lin l;, a. in. and 2 uVlirk. p. in. 'ir i "t iii ft 11'iiMi; Hour in Oil l r , . !. 1 1 iv, Kv., v11..'to,ri.'lt!,lr SAI.i: hij.i'!it bidder, tin- l''illuwinn ci-iV (i r .'o iiiurli thereof an m.iy , , - ary In .at i .!y rlauitiM f tU--i. . t lltld l'i,,l), I" Wit : "l,- I:;,, I i 1 of land, I;, irnt and !.i n::' in ."iiM'ri c.'.'iir.tv, K.t:! '.iv" y, ; i c T I try I'oid vrei k, m-vr I ' , . rlinrch, and U iiv the 1 1 tivi- rd to A. A. I hivt it i .'ii i, X. A. Vl.iins and In r hu I .in. I, '.!:. l-'rai.k (Vice ami l.j h.ind, ..am t .y I I S t. 1ft. b'.n, in...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 10 August 1906

i LOCAL NEWS Levias. A large crowd at Union last Sunday and plenty to eat on the ground. The pastor preached in the forenoon and raised more than $50. for the Missions. Licentiate, Chas. Clark, of Salem, preached in the afternoon. Mrs. Lou Ellen Mizell and Miss Lena, of Hampton, visited 0. G. Threlkeld and family last week. Miss Nellie Baker visited friends in Marion last week, Claude LaRueand Mies Robbie Grace, of New Burnside, 111., called upon their relatives here Wednesday. They with several friends are out tenting and fish tag. School opened here Monday with good enrollment Miss Pearl James, of Marion, has charge. Cecil Watson, of Paducah, came home last week. His father has ty phoid fever. He is getting along as well as could be expected. Rev. LaRue is assisting in protract ed meeting at Cave springs, Livingston county, this week. Carson Franklin and family, of Mar ion, visited here Saturday and Sunday. Willie Maxficld and family, of Mul likin, visited relatives here Saturday ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 17 August 1906

1 tin? ilfettrtiEB ttmu. OLUME 3. MARION:CRITTENDEN COUNTY.CKY, AUG. 17, 1906. NUMBER 6. M T jlliairi T. Crawford Passes Away Monday VICTIM OF APPENDICITIS ver lecovered from Operation Performed at an Evansvllle Sanitarium. S I StCCESSrtL BISINESS MR William T. Crawford, the son of Mr. I Mrs. Green Crawford, of Tolu, ttenden county, Ky, died at the lrt Sanitarium at Evansville. Ind., t Monday morning, August 1.1, ut 3 o'clock. fhe direct rauiw of hii death wu art failure brought on and aggrava- I by an operatic for apiendiritia, ich he sustained lait Friday. Ir. Crawford waa taken cick July Vf, and died Auir. 1.1, having been k one month to a flay. rhe remains were !miared In ansville fur lurial and were brought Marion on the 3 o'cltrk tram Mift .' afternoon. J In funeral tu preached in the iilierland Presbyterian church Turs at 10 o'clock by Kev. H. n Andrei i h was buned In the new cemete at Marion. tr. Crawford waa bom OctoU-r !V, 1, and graduated from tht Cummer : department of ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 17 August 1906

WILL BE BETTER THAN IT EVER IAS In Its Third Year The Record's Circulation Exceeds the Expectations!! Its Publishers and Friends. Poems BY BVST1C With the issue of July 13th, 1906, The Crittenden Record started in on the third year of its existence. A part of that voy age has been tempestuous and part of it bright. On the 28th day of March, 1905, a conflagration destroyed the greater part of Marion and in that destruction The Crittenden Record went down. The Crittenden Record did not miss an issue on account of the fire nor for any other cause. For over a year it struggled along without any machinery, but now it is fully equipped and prepared for any and all kinds of newspaper and job work. Below is a cut of the new Cranston press installed July 6th, 1906, and also a cut of the engine that drives all the machinery. In the past two years the circulation of The Record has grown beyond all expectations and now exceeds that of many much older county papers, in fact few reach as many hom...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 17 August 1906

KENTUCKY CHOPS. There Was Never A Better. Corn , Prospect. Frankfort, Ky.,' AuUHt U.-Tlie monthly report of the state agricul tural department, nhowlriK the condi tion of the ferowinje crops, wan issued today by Commissioner Vreeliind. The report aaya there wan never a better pronpect for full crop of corn, but that the prospect for a crop of tobacco, both Iturley and dark, is be low the average, due to too much rain and Insufficient work at the prop, er time. The rexrt ia aa follows: The month of July was generally seasonable, with an excess of rain in mune loralitiei. Ttiere waa never a U-tter prosect for a full crop of corn at this season of the year than now. The acreage is a full average and con dition all that could be expected. The wheat crop is about all threnhed, and generally in good condition. The yield is about up to an average and the quality good. The oat crop waa short and yield oi.ly three-fourths of an avi-rage. The prospect for a crop of Hurley tiiliscro is below t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 17 August 1906

Cbt Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEEKLY. ' CEO. M. CRIDER, Editor and Publisher. EUGENE GUESS, Associate Editor. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered u second-class matter July 15, 1904, at tha postofflca at Marion, Ky under Act of Con' of March S. 1879. NOTICE! Mirw3i' address write address as well as a writing. FRIDAY, AUG. 17, 1906. Crittenden county farmers may be interested in the statement that this country has produced the greatest wheat crop ever known in the United States and in fact by any country at any time. The govorment figures have jus' been made public and the number of bushels are represented by 9 figures. The total yield is 759,030,000. Senator Bailey's nomination at the Texas primiries cost him only $4.80 and he does not even have to set up the cigars to be elected The temptation for him to do wrong seems very slight However all over his state and other states they are asking the question "How did he get it?" His stocks and bonds and oil securities to the tune o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 17 August 1906

1 T. J.AINSWORTH. J. S. AINSWORTH. Marion Coal &, Transfer Co0 . I 101 The best coal at the lowest price, sold from a lump to a car load. Special attention given out of town customers. Try our 'phone, No.-31, and you'll then try our COAL We move Household Goods with special care. We move Safes. All kinds of Heavy Hauling. We are responsible for anything we do. Try us. Many thanks for past patronage and soliciting a continuation, we are Yours Truly, Office end Stoble Near Depot. MARION COAL & TRANSFER COMPANY. LITTLE RECORDS. F. W. Nunn. Dentist EL L Franklin, of I'aducah, u in town Monday. E. F. Smith, of Tolu, wa her Mon day. Wm. Barnett, of Tolu, wm in town Monday. Harry Watkina of Mayfield, waa her thi fk, Rv. J. R. McAfee and family spjnt several daya with friend. In Cadiz. School book., tablet., pencil, ftf . Hayne & Taylor. S. M. Weldon, of Tolu, waa in town Monday. Jaa. M. Barnea, of Ford Ferry, waa in the city Monday. Will Wyatt. of Fredonia. ' in th. city Friday...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 17 August 1906

EDISON'S PROPHECY Wonders in Electricity Will Vet Be Performed Expects to Sec Airships. Edi- In a prophetic mood, Thomas A son had this to say: "It will not surprise me any morn ing to wake up and learn that someone, or some group of the 300,000 scientific men who are investigating a!! over the earth has seized the secret of electricity by direct process, and begun another practical revolution of human affairs. It can bej done. I expect to see it before I die. Man will discover one fact in one part of the world, and that will set some fellow at work on another fact in some other part of the world, and presently a lot of men will be working on'thejtrue path; and one day it will be announced to the world that electricjpowerjcai. be produced directly fromoal. When that discovery is made thejsteam en gine and boiler will be driven out of use. I expect to see airships flying before my death. Such a discovery will make it 1 possible to drive ships across the sea by electricity at a rate o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 17 August 1906

DSN FOB TITLES ,ONDON OFFICIALS EAOERT-Y CRAB FOB KINO'S PLUMS. ublic Pays 'the Expense (Y the Ca tmony Would Be Culled Graft in tbs United But. U.iidn. When a new public build ,1 m oMntd Uy ths sovereign the oc ,mi,u In ulways commemorated by, r iHinfi-rrlng of various titles. Thee niilen seldom are beatowed on the Ik iimrt concerned In the work- in,.,, who really deserve (htm. The architect who designs the build K, the eontrsetor who builds It, aud c milptnr who beautifies It are Milly Ignored and tbt honnri arc ,,r.l by some pompous "Bumbles" K'X'd fort una It la to b la office i.ni the opening octuri aud to figure i.hlciK'UHly In tha ceremonies. The new "Old Ilalle," which orcu ir ihe alt of tha grim historic urid yl whlih mi long stood aa a warn- t in evlMuera, will not b ready for .io until net yrar la well ad ini'Md. Indeed, certalo parta of lha LihlinK win pniuauiy ue tar rrouj n, !ii until IW'S. At preeent It la iir inure than a luge empty shelf. II .inn. In wllhlo tha bail...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 17 August 1906

v LOCAL NEWS Dycusburg. Mr. Aaron Charles, a highly respect ed citizen of Livingston county, died Friday morning, 3rd, at his home in Tyline. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Robt. Johnson and be was laid to rest in the Grove's Chap el cemetery Saturday at 11 a. m. Mr. Charles leaves a wife, three sons and three daughters, all of whom were with him during his last days, and to whom we extend the tenderest sympa thy. Mr. Font Hamby, of this place, after a long illness, died Friday, Srd. The burial took place at the Tabor grave yard Saturday. He leaves a wife and several small children to mourn his loss. Mrs. Margaret Clifton, of Marion, passed through enroute to Mr. Charles burial Saturday. Mrs. Emma Hayward, of Marion, is the guest of Miss Cora Graves. The recital given by Misses Graves and Dycus Wednesday eve was quite a success and a very enjoyable affair. Master Leonard Kirk and sister, Miss Bertie, of fcalem, were in town Sunday. Miss Edmonia Bennett, who has been her...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 24 August 1906

7 Iterate Beraf idL VOLUME 3. MARION jCRITTENDEN COtNTV, lrVAUG. 24, 1906. NUMBER 7. OHIO RIVER ASSOCIATION In Session With Pincy Creek Charch MANY VISITORS PRESENT. lepresentattii ol Baptist Orphans Borne Prtseot id! likes Appeal lor Donaflonj B01E KOT A l!CH IMTITCTI01 Thia body, composed of tht Baptist churches of Livingston and Crittenden counties, met with riney Creek church Aug. 22nd. Thirty-thrc of th thirty. ill church r represented by letter nd messengers. The moderator, EliL W. R- Gibbe, railed the body to order, and after devotional exercises the introdurtory aermon waa preached by Rev. H. B. Tsykir. of Murray, Ky.. by request of the body. Thia waa aer mon of unusual power and waa greatly enjoyed by the large congregation that heard lU Hia subject, "Salvation by Grace," being one that Baptists enjoy. Of course it waa followed by singing How Firm a Foundation Ye Saints of the Lord," with much rejoicing. Among the visitor already arrived we not with pleasure Eld. D. M. Gree...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
x
Loading...
x
x