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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 September 1908

t.v . U' 1 Main Street. Gray Threlkeld and wife, of near Carrville, is the guest or K. T. Franklin Friday and Saturday. Sherdie Hale arrived a few days ago from an extended trip to the west, coming home via St. Louis. Orvillc Campbell and Clifton Therlkcld, of Livingston county, Harvey Clark Saturday and Sunday. Gus Vaughn, of Johnson City, 111., was the guest of hu brother, Jno T. Vaughn, the first of the week, Charlie Kobinaou, loriucrly of this section, who now lives near Harris-burg, 111., attended the camp meeting at Hurricane Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. C. Byarley was the guost of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardin, near Irma Monday and Tuesday. Sam Flanary and wife attendod camp meeting Sunday Charles Daughtory and family, ot Morloy, Mo., aro in thia section, visitinir iriends and relatives. Frauk Williaiun, wile and Ralph Williams are in old Kentucky again. Frank Minuer and Allon Lovo, ol near Carraville, visitod friends in this section Saturday and Sunday. WILLIAM J. BRYAN, ...

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 September 1908

w p HON .r 1 TWm f "' "-' Clteif it uhm Mtt0tb $$$& VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY SEPT. 10, 1908. NUMBER 15 USEFUL EYE BY DR. G. W. STONE. School Patrons Will Do Well By Reading Tills Article and Taking Useful Advice Given Question ot Vital Importance, MUCH BENEFIT TO BE DERIVED THEREFROM. A sliool time has couic again, 1 thought I would say a few things f )tal ituporlanuc to t he toaahcrh sad parents in regard to their children's oyos. It Is an open ijucfttion as to whether tlic eves of many children aro equal to tho demand' nf civilization. When wo nonsidor the age of tho world and tliun the duvclopmcnt of modornaprintmg and its u.sc in nchooU, we feel thai it is going to take many thousand of years hoforc all eye will bo fully altorod to (it the continuance of present school conditions. Fine print and scwinp are had enough, especially, whon they arc made apart nf a Kindergarten eotimo. Hut wlun wo add to this musical riotos. written in Miiall typo it in not at a...

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. — 10 September 1908

JW . -. M ---. Wjf DRECTORV OF F. E. AMI ft u: V. P V i .. I C. U. OF A. OFrlblALSJ Notional Officers: C. S. Barhktt, Pres., Union City, Ga. J. E. MoNTiiOMintY, Gleanson, Texas. R. H. McCi'Lloru, Sec. and Treaa., Bcbee, Ark Executive Committee: W. A. Mouius, Chairman, Sulligent: Ala; T. M. Jkfkods. Sec. Elgin, Okln, W. b. MIM.KR, Lake lex as; I. N. McCollister. Manv. La. : S. L. Wili-son. Eden, Mississippi. State OftVera. R. L. Bai sktt. Sec. and Treas., and Stnt rgamzer, 1'nducah, Ky. Conntv Officers. Rkv. R kt Johnson. Tree.. Tilu, Ky'tne puiaanois. ou. two. three rotjr. V. H. Hk.vn. V-Pres.. Slam, Ky. Gt'Y P. Uaitiiih. See. and Trons, Marion R. F. D. No. 3. County Executive Committee: Chas. W. Fox. D. N. I.H.KY. El). Flanauy, E. J. Travis nnd J no. Kas-ley. County Business Ap't: Eugene Guess, Tolu, Kentucky. CHAS. 0. POGUE, Editor, Marion, R. F. D. No. If jou are not a subscriber for the you can get it the balance of the year for HO cents and the article ''The Disease and the Rem...

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. — 10 September 1908

V ST" t EgUlTY EDITOHIAL COLUMN. AMERICAN SOCIKTY OF EQUITY OF NORTH AMERICA. National OIHcers: C. M. Haunutt. I'rcs. Indianapolis Ind. L. N. Statth, Vice-Tree. Tronton, 111. 0. I). I'aiti.ky, Sec & Trims Indianapolis. Stnto Ofliccra: J. C. C'ANTnu.u, (ioorxutown, Ky. S. H. ItOHBliTON, See. Calhoun, Ky. - Cminty Olllcan: A..F. Wot.FU, Iron Hill. Pro. V. E. 8M1TII, I Up tun, Ky., St. MARION F. P0QU1S, RdIto. " To liruKT aid their friend While the objent f theio cotamnil prhnarilv to advance the cause of tk Society of KuitT, by promulgating iU prtuciplti and recording I in woadrfal work in alale ad ualtoo, m rnJtHfed form, we shall V glad to i 'Hre eenlribntiom flim our friends everywhere relative to tfte farmer and hie interta, no metier to wlitt organiiution you may belong. All sueh should be add reeied to mo, Predonia, Ky.. U. F. 1). No. 2 Such ootuiuuuications must bo signed in full by the writer, bolides tho noni do phi mo, if an. Tnr. KniTon. HOW TOBACCO SHOULD BE HOUSED, CU...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 September 1908

U I ?i I, L7 y lP3i Clothing Dress Goods Dry Goods Silks Hats Caps w j.jsj, vITfjc Crittcnbctt 30th year, Circulation 4 00 S. M.JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered at matter February gtb. lye at the potto&ce at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Conerett of March J. iS STX1CTZ.I CASH IN ADVANCE. TERMS 01- SUBSCRIPTION Sinde copies mailed 0$ : month mailed to anr addrets is 5 months ' "5 " 1 jear t.5 ' " 4 jtari $00 Obituary charges. Twenty lines free if subjects family are subscribers. II not sent in by a subscriber, ! conts a line for each line. To regular subscribers ." cents a line for all over twenty linos. In each and every case, cash to accompany the copy, no exceptions. THURSDAY, Sept. loJ019OS. Letter From Iowa. 8. M. Jknkins Kditor. r Marion, Ky. DkaR Sir- Some t .me 40 I re- ved 11 sample copy of your paper which I read two or three tiroes over before layi'g it down. I have been . aeiTioir the pane weekly for new- J v three montlf and I itu still sery aucl; inter in ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 September 1908

gr rtmol of Telegraphy M Jenkins .1 It Ki.l and wile have tturn. eil nil St. M . 'i ... wem to Mait h t .ituwiii". Mr , l. K I Attorney Jui.u A M '. ! "d i liltU r i" lvi beeu u gil. .1 hi t.r. tii r l; h .M -re of ilad.onvillc hw returned I iu ( Mrs. Dean .la was, of Logan Co.. whv visited her sister. Mrs. Thomaa Coayer, last weak, hat etoroed home. !ee mr eoal and get ay prices before buying your coal. Mr. T. Atpplias Weldon, of St. Louis. Mo., airirad laat weak to Tleit Ik r parents, Mr. inri Mrs. 15. P. Hill, on Depot street. Mr- C. K Weldou, who 1ms been quttu ill for two weeks-past, is improving and is now ablo to bo up Jiotiic oach day, which it gratilying now.tn her many friends. Mr. and Mrs. llorbort Whituoy, of Watur Vallcv. Mia., aro expected licno this wook to visit hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. V. Dorr Those who are mtercsted iu tho Chapel Hill grave yard, nre requested to meet there next Monday ?cit 1 Ith, to clem it oir. vnTIo, W, wi'1 loc'oicd Sept. IT., 1(5 and 17th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 September 1908

L f. EDUCATIONAL COLUMNS. Miss Hard ! ditor in i 'iu i Mrs. Kitty I'i rrr, 1. W Ua.Ci' H E Phillij jr I II McNcoly ssociate ltdilor Am In I HK I KM UKU t( l- I'HIi SCHOOL tlieretore thi object ot these" Columns i to hl ihe t mi Hit thpuh co i peratiun .mil uiniim:ni uiuii with Ins fel k . teacher COUNTY 1.1' i" Ml AI.DIKKCTOK Bnpt.John 1 I w ecrtuoi Cbas, W. lot :rhr'm IMv. vo t Jimes 1 i Stc T Griffith li i i'iv No ...' Caoditt, Sao . t. Smith, uiv. No j.t). R Snmmernlle. Sec Jrdway t'h'rm I v No 4 1- frNcflitoitfll Ming. Tte Count Teachera iS80ci.tion for the Western Ditim.id of thr .;. nt will inert at JPyeul rjr on Saturday October, 3rd. Pngr. u will ipear next weak. Prof. H, H, Cherry's Address, Continued from Its, page. lie; it cannot be bestowed. There matt be great souls before thrc can be a great domooratic commonwealth. ' Spiritual tranquility comes not of the asiont ol man to certain propositions but of tho assent of man to the statue of the Great Teacher. There is an enc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 September 1908

: :: ........:::::. ? The Markets LIVE STOCK. hmUvile, Kv., .Sept 8 mar-Ket steady ami fairly active. Steers. (iiiikI to I xHjrt $ 5.78 a G.UvJ I liir to r I I tip'njr 5.00 a .50 (IiiihI Ui . I $1.60 a ft M5 Medum. I lurhora 4 00 a 4.50 SimkI t( I, .1 50 h 4 no leditin I ixJiera 3.00 a 3 26 ,, I otnmo hup er Heifers. d x t i ' . butchers I "An 1.76 M 'iMiti , x butIifa. . S.75 a 1.2f ( utiitnci ' medium 3.00 a 8.60 ( "il tt txijcc stocker 3.00 n S ( mm r medium stocker Ti 2.E1 a S.0 Htilla. (i' I to i i'p butcher . 3. 75 a-J. ( Mi 1111111 . 'Xid butcher 3. 2.' a A60 rmr t (tt' J iwlogna . (M) a 3. 35 ( in mi m JJ.R0 n 3 0(1 Cowa. d hkJ to choice butchers J. (Hi a -1.26 Medium to w butchers !i 25 a 1.76 Common to inIttitii ts 2.7GaJ.25 CanncrH and cutrers l.fiO a 2.M Milch Cows. Good to choice rnilchors 10.00 a 45.00 Medium to j;ood inilchvrs.2U).O0 n 37.C0 Common to plain mllchcrs 15.00 a 25.0 Calvos (food to choice venls 5.50 n COO Milium to K'xxl 125. a 500 Common 3.00 a J. 00 A S...

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. — 10 September 1908

,"s ?rn,i .,..v,1 4-v J r . r J rt ;! 1 t fMi4444l4TliHtHiHlNiHH'H'' I I EXPERIENCE COUNTS When buying from us you get the t i J FIRST, LAST AND ALWAYS. Benefit of our Experience in Buying. r ., P i fr i 4 EXPERIENCE ! EXPERIENCE ! ! REMEMBER! That we not only have had fifteen years experience in buying; bat that, we also buy in qunnities, and by so doing are in position to givo our enstomers the benefit of our Lowest Possible Price, We carry tho LARGEST LINE of HARDWARE in this end of the State. When in town, we invite you to cali and sec us' wheaher you intend to purchase or not. ROOFING ! ROOFING ! ROOFING We ha just I'nloaded a Car Load of STEEL ROOFING, this Roofing is m Fine Shape, dot Scared and "Bent out of shape by handling Fuli Seventy Pounds to the Square. We can furnish this roofing in any length you may desire and will Guarantee to Save you Money. "Phone" jus your orders. Main Street. (pmty Qk Dfi. yfi Fhom Lvt Wni NEW SALEM. Needing rain. Berry Davidson is on the sick ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 September 1908

.1 .' r J -" to: Itijrtfduen INT tt&vhWK VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY SEPT. 17, 1908. NUMBER 16 THREE OF THE GREATEST AND MOST ENTHUSIASTIC MEETINGS Were Those Held Under the Auspices of the Farmers' Educational Co-operative Union Of America-Three (ireat Days, MUSIC WAS FURNISHED DY THE UNION STRING RANI) Never lloforc In Crittenden County W a s There A Greater Demonstration of the "People Rule" Law and Order Throuyhoiit WELCOME ADDRESS AT CALDWELL SPRINGS DELIVERED BY W. J. McCHESNEY. Meetings at Applegate and Hurricane Were as Interesting as the One at Caldwell Springs-Many Good Speakers Were Present. FARMERS BETTER ORGANIZED THAN EVER BEFORE. Never before in Crittenden county wan there a greater demonstration of the "Pcoplo Hule" than at Caldwell Springs. It was Law and Order throughout. The jiooplo began gathering in rarly in tlio morning and by ten o'clock there were a multitude ol people gathered arouud the speakers stand. After the dovntiontl exercised cond...

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. — 17 September 1908

I f 1 r. fcf 'A . '' I MHaVrtyiyiii n gr rt IRKTORY OF F. H. AM) C. U. OF A. OFFICIALS. Notional Officers: C. S. Barrett, Prcs., Union City, Ga. J. E. Montgomery, Gleanson, Texas. R. H. McCiru.ocil, Sec. and Treas., Bebee, Ark Executive Committee: W. A. Morris, Chairman, Sulligxnt: Ala; T. M. Jeffods, Sec., Elgin, Okla, W. S. Miller, Lake Creek, Texas; I. N. McColuster, Mnny, La. ; S. L. WlLLSON, Eden, Mississippi. State Officers: R. L. Barnett, Sec., and Treas., and State Organizer, Paducah, Ky. Connty Officers: Rev. RoheutJohnson, Pres.,Tulu, Ky W. H. Brown. Salem, Ky. Guv P. Gaillith, Sec. and Treas, Marion R. F. D. No. 3. County Executive Committee: Chas. W. Fox. D. N. Riley. Ed. Flanary, E. J. Travis and Jno. County Business Ap't: Eugene Guess, Tolu, Kentucky. CHAS. 0. POGUE, Editor, Marion, R. F. D. No. 2. UKl'LKCTIOXS. To-day Is your day and mine, the only day in which to play our part. Just what our lives may signify to the great busy world we may not understand, but we are ...

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. — 17 September 1908

IS- I B fe W . VIM- EQorrr iiitmai ceunn. AMERICAN SOCIETY OP EQUITY OF NORTH AMERICA. Nntional Officers: C. M. Haknett, PrcH. Indianapolis Ind. L. N. STATT8, Vico-Proa. Trenton. III. 0. D. Pauley, Sec &Treaa Indianapolis. SUto OfliccrH: ' J. C. Cantriu., GoorKetown, Ky. S. H. Roiikrton, Sec. Calhoun, Ky. County 0 Ulcere: A. .F. WOUE, Iron Hill. Prca. W. E. SMITH, Repton, Ky., Soc. MARION P. POGUE, Editor. To farmers and their friends: While the object of theso columns primarily to advanco the eauio of the Society of Equity, by promul eating its principles and rooording m wonderful work i tato and aation, in condnnved form, wo shall br glad to receive contributions from our friends everywhere relativo to the farmer and his interests, no matter to what organization you iuy belong. All such communication should be addressed to me, Fndonia, Ky., H. F. D. No. 2, Barb communications must be signed hi full by the writer, besides the now do plume, if any. Tni Editor. HEARKEN I YE SONS ...

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. — 17 September 1908

l' H . JS , i ... ? L Vd 7T? ,H i j Iftln iBgf THE t j,V"M ,fw' riJJ!V,,Ti"' ' ? TTrrSrn mTVvlBifli piiimnnM lZi , ,. . .,' 1 M. wt-M. ?irJF' ' ..Mww).iu"f " "" '" , plri t'' ,r, a r, r i rff, r , ,vs Ah A V A -Ai - t.jm i, ?. AfTw mmmaKWSFmmmfflKsaNmmmEmfflammEMiMmkmmm &? iJ' J 2U 5Jl & tMuJ NUf oik mi -.- - - - , , NEW FADS ; in CLOTHING Arriving DAILY SUITS AND PANTS FOR ALL MANKIND i , I vEfjc Crittenticu ioti wir Circulatien 4 ooo. S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered as matter l'ebroarr 9th. 1907 at the posto&ct at Marion. KeatMky, ondtr the Act of Congress of March J. il7. STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION .Sinrle cot!es mailed 04 1 month mailed to any address n " " " j months 7J " " " 1 year t.50 " " 4 years s.oo Obituary charges. Twenty lines free if subjects family are subscribers. If not sent in by a subscriber, 5 cents a line for caeh line. To regular subscribers f cents a line for all over twenty lines. In each and every case, cash to ac...

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. — 17 September 1908

1 .-v t, a f y )&l!DMvwikolMMMMMMMMMMMMiMMM K5 o iLJf Jffl Mma LITY FIRST We always consider quality the first point in obtaining genuine values. Quality is really the only foundation upon which to build, because it gives you your money's worth, full value, centfor cent and brings you back again. That is why we talk quality and sell quality 43 Si 3S Not a few styles to select from here, but an assortment most complete in fabrics patterns and styles, with prices to suit every one. We arc now ready for yon, for Suits o r Extra Pants School Suits for the boys Wc want to show you what wc have and compare STYLE FIT QUALITY and PRICE With anyone. I We now have the new things in Fall and Winter Dress Goods. We do not take a "Back Seat" to any one in the Dress Goods Line. So don't think we havn't got vvhat you want but come and see for yourself. New Goods Still Rolling In. New line of FALL SHIRTS Come sec them and you will buy HATS, CAPS, GLOVES SUSPENDERS Ifyou want to see real bargain...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 September 1908

.--?.- Heart Strength HltatrnftKorjltM !! MfUnfniWerrt Strength, or Nerve weakness nothing more. Po. KJTtlj. not one weak heart In a sKSsdrrd U. as a salt, actually diseased. tuqeen Uny HtUa nerra that AUylfalatti lass obscure nerre the Cardies, or Heart Nerve needs, and must hare, more power, more stability, more controlling, more gortmtet x witnoot tnat toe Heart most conns end the stomach and kidneys also kT & coniro una nerme. . ly explains war a a teats aHnnaAa SLartnrmtJr ai in m pan ooe eg m for weak and all la Hearts, Df. SBoesOnteo th mm nf all thli ealnfuL alDttaMii. miflt lar heart dliuens. Dr. fihqep's Restorative tfaH postwar proscriptJoa U alone dlrect1 to (fees Seek and watting nerre cenurs. II Mtki ll'elisaSeliiiiil It oflers real, genuias heart help. II yob would hare Krone Heart, taron a rMtlea, strengthen tneae l&arrea fees M seeded, with Dr. Shoop's Restorative JAS. H. ORML They TakeThe Kinks Ost. "Ihavo used Dr. King's New Life Pill for many years, with ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 17 September 1908

The Markets X 5: LIVE STOCK. Louiavilc, Kv-, Sept 15 Catto market sternly anil fairly active. Steers. Good to choice export. $ 5.75 a G.OO Fair to pood t"hippinfr Good to choice butchers . ft. 50 a .85 Medium to good butchers . 4.00 a -1.50 j Good to choice atockcra . 3.50 a TMcdium to jjood stockera U.bO n U.25 Common to tnediun era 2.50 a 3.25 Heifer). Good to clioice butchers 4 30a 4.76 Medium to Koodhutchcn. ..3.75 a 4.25 Common to medium 3.Q0 a 3.50 oGood to clioice Blockers 3.00 a 3.5P Common to medium ers 2.EC a 3.0 Bull Good to choice hutchuri 3.75 a 4.00 Medium to good butchora 3.2o a 350 Fair to jjood ItoloKtiu 3.00 a 3.35 Common .. 2.50 n 3.00 (!owa, Good to choice butchers 4.00 a 1.25 Medium to nod biitcliera 3.25 a 175 Common to medium butch ers 2.75a3.2f Cannern and cutrera J. 50 a 2.50 Milch Cows. Good to choice milchera 40.00 a 45.00 Medium to good milchera 30.00 a 37.50 Common to plain milchera 16 CO a 25.0 Calvea Good to choice veaU 5.50 a C.Oti Medium to tfood - J...

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. — 17 September 1908

i HuiUHi w -V-v-fl"- j'm hi 'w IP -" $ EXPERIENCE COUNTS Whcn buying froni us yo'! et the 5 J FIRST, LAST AND ALWAYS. Benefit of our Experience in Buying. I F iT EXPERIENCE ! HRMRMflRRf That we not OTf ience in buying; but that, wo also in mikitinn in nnr MM Pr'ce, We carry tho LARGEST sy the State. F ... ivrt i When in town, wc invite gig) wheahcr you intend to 4 ROOFING ! ROOFING ! ROOFING ! We hav just Unloaded a Car Load of STEEL ROOFING, this Roofing is in Fine Shape, dot Scared and Bent out of shape by handling Fill! Seventv Pound tn tho Snnnre. Wi win furnish thii nrnfincr !n nnv j , .. . ... ,v length you may desire and will Guarantee to Save you Money. JKq "Phone" us your orders. J Main Street. 4 TTTTTT' fowty Q s. - llKllKON. Robert Sle.unaKer, of Tolu, attended church at Hebron Sunday. Miss Hobie Martin, who has been in Johnson City. 111., for some time, has returned homo. Hebron and Brown baseball nines crossed bats on the Hebron diamond Saturday afternoon, the score bei...

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. — 24 September 1908

f & V, i r I!,. I. r mg - ,f. 'aV --.. ' " f v , ' . V w rv. - f - 5 fjyjptei n ii VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY SEPT. 24, (908. NUMBER 17 . .. .. ,m f . WMf . VHHBHHMiHHBHv VflHHBHIHHHHW wbmmmmmmhh UiHHflBHUU MIHHHIHMHHMt & v mtmmmaammmaamamm mmmmammmmm wm r m. m m h lol o 3CoE XoE C3 "iiMBivinMMai o aoz lol lot nm irw v See Our Line of Coat Suits: The Latest Styles in Make and Color. "S Call to see our line of MILLINERY. The very latest Styles in Trimmed and hats !-U o Main Street. Xol XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXtVAXl PRINCETON WAS STUFFED Willi People Saturday Attending. Tobacco .Meeting Day Historical One. Princeton, Kv , Sv:pt. battle between the soldiers and the thousand" ot people that fluffed I'riDccton today to attend the mammoth rally of the Dark Tobacco Grower' Association, came tremulously near rculting when an unknown person tired pistol Into the air from behind a More near the edge of the crowd. The 30 soldiers fearing that fight had ntarted, charged throu...

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. — 24 September 1908

x 0RECTORY OF F. E. AJ C. U. Of A. OFFICIALS. Notional Officers: C. S. Barkett, Prcs., Union City, Ga. J. E. Montgomeky, V-Pres, Gleanson, Texas. R. H. AlcClTLLOCH, Sec. and Treas., Bebee, Ark Executive Committee: W. A. MonitlS, Chairman, Sullicent: Ala; T. M. Jeffods, Sec, Elgin.Okla, W. S. Miller, Lake Creek, Texas; I. N. McColUSTER, Many,,La.; S. L. Willson, Eden, Mississippi. State Officers: . , R. L. Barnett, Sec, and Treas., and State Organizer, Paducan, Ky. Conntv Officers: Rev. Roj2kt Johnson, Prc?.,Tolu, k W. H. Brown. V-Pres., Salem, Ky. GUY P. Gaiffith, Sec and Treas, Marion R. F. D. No. 3. County Executive Committee: CHAS. W. Fox. D. N. RILEY. ED. Flanary, E. J. Travis and J no. ley. County Business Ag't: Eugene Guess, Toiu, Kentucky. CHAS. 0. POGUE, Editor, Marion, R. F. D. No. 2. THE DlbUASK AXU THE llhMED. (ISy Lncle Sam llamptou.) Second of h series of articles to be published in the (Continued from last week) The farmers with only partial organization nnd without an...

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. — 24 September 1908

Lft !. b) m fii EQUITY EDITORIAL COLUMN. AMEHICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY - OF NORTH AMERICA. National Olllcers: , C. M. Daunett. Pros. Indiannpolis Ind. L. N. Statts, Vice-Pros. Trenton. III. 0. D. Pauley, Sec&TrensIndlnnnpolis. State Officers: ' J. C. Cantiull, Georgetown, Ky. S. II. Roiikrtqn, Sec. Calhoun, Ky. County Ofllccrs: A. F. Wolfe, Iron Hill, Pres. W. E. Smith, Repton, Ky., Sec. MARION P. POGUE, Editoh. To farmers and their friends: While the object of thoso columns primarily to advance tho cauio of tlio Socioty of Equity, by promulgating its principles and recording its wonderful work in state and nation, in condonscd'forin, we shall be glad to rocoivo contributions from our friends evorywhero relative to the farmer and his intorests, no matter to what organization you may belong. All such communications should be addreasod to mo, Frcdonia, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2, Such communications must bo signed in full by tho writer, besides tho nom do plume, if any. Tiik Editor. Till. ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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