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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 September 1908

k i X J R S lljjplljjp m. w 'UMZ i- We've The BEST THERE IS IN CLOTHING For Men Boys and Small Boys In our makes you II find high class with all the new colorings Clothing Styles with Low Prices. Furnishings HATS-CAPS- NECKWEAR HOSIERY. Your Dollar Goes Farther Here. EIjt Crittcnbcn itrcortj.prctfg 30tb year( Circnlatien 4,000. S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered ai second-class matter February gth. rxn at the rastoffice at Marten, Kentucky, coder the Act of Congress ot March 3, :S;g IIRICTLT CiSH IK ADVANCE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copies mailed OS 1 month mailed to any addreti is s months " ,-. 75 " M 1 year so " 4 rears 5 00 Obituary charges. Twenty lines free if subjects family are subscribers. If not sent in by a subscriber, 5 cents a line for each line. To regular subscribers 5 oents a line for all over twenty lines. In each and every case, cash to accompany the copy, no exceptions. THURSDAY, Sept. 24, 1903. Wedding. At 8 o'clock tins evening the marriage of Miss ...

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. — 24 September 1908

r , Vh. .) IOk "UrC4 y'H hEUp Tk hL rT'" '-5 t !- M Mfe mmMbibMmMMmm iiiiiiiiiiiiiSi HAVE BROUGHT A SUIT mmmwmmmwmmwmmmmmwwmmmmmwww Y. W.Nunu.dcntMt, Pre Buildm J. K. Dean returned Sunday from ahe Mate fair. J. (J. Ashcr and wife are attend' ing the Profidcnco fair this weak. POit SALE A life in ccbool of Telegraphy, S. M. Jeukiuis Mist. Kilts Gray it the guest of 'friends and relatives at Padueah t hit week. Richard MoConnoll, of DcKoven, wa in the city Saturday erening and Sunday. Marian and Graoo Conditt, of the Mounds vioinity, atteuded churca licro Sunday. W. J. L. Huiihoi, of Owensboro, 'Ky.. is. the guest of friends nud rela tives in the city this woek. Jco Gray and Norburn Karris, of Halom, wro in, the city Tueday on route to Nashville to atiead tho Tennessee state fair. FOR SALE Soholarihip in pro tm. nont Itusinoss Uollcgc. Til ClUTTK.NbEN I. on not li Louion and mother, Mrs, Annie Lemon, of Iron, Hill, wore attendants at church here Sunday. "JUNOZA" Ask, Hayncs & Tayl...

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. — 24 September 1908

Wt0 Heart Strength Heart titrenttth. or Heaxt Wea&nea. mean Nerve Btraurtb. or Nervo Weakness nothtnn more. Tov lttvelr. not one woak boon tn a hundred ti. In actually dkcasod. It Is stooi: always a hidden tiny lMlla noire that really U all at rah. ThU otscuro nerve the CordlXo. or II f Art Nferre starry needs, and mast haro, mare power, nore stobUlts, mora controlling, more governing 2. withwrt that tho Hoart xnna eonnnu , Mid the stomach and kldncrs al.0 hart I controlling nerves. it explains why as a- 3dne.DK. vonmtirft n&ji in mo cas imccn l Rid atllns Hearts. Cr.Shi rnaocghi a of all this painful. DeJPjt . sofft bUtc this poo nrrecrlrtlon U atena directed to towe and wostin nervo ceuic. uuw Jjenst it offers real, ccnulne btsrt heH. Tmniii hare itrnruj Hearts, strong O itrrnithen these yierres raota hlian i needed, with Dr. Shoop's Restorative JAS. H. ORME. They TakeThe Kinks Out. "lhav cmclD;. King 's New Life Pills for many years, with increasing satisfaction. They tak...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 24 September 1908

I . V' pi i ,f. i ne marKeis t 4''M"MH"H'M LIVE STOCK. Louisvllc, Kv., Sept 22 Cattc steady and fairly active. Steers. Good to choice export $ 5.7GuG.OO Fair to jrood shipping .. GOOG.fiO Good to choice butchers... fl.GO a .S6 Medium to good butchers.. 1.00 a -1.50 Good to choice stockers 15.50 a 1.00 Medium to good stockers 3.00 a 3.25 Common to mediun stock ers 2.50a3.2f. Heifers. Good to choice butchers l.oOa 4.75 Medium to good butchers. .3.50 a 1.35 Common to medium . . . 3.00 a 3.50 Good to choice stockers ... 3.00 a 3.50 Common to medium 2.Ca3.0 Hulls. Good to choice batchon ..3.75 a -1.00 Medium to good butchers 3.SA a 350 Fair to good bologna . . . 8.00 a 3.86 Common Z.S0 a 8.00 Cow. Good to choice butcliors 1.00 a 1.26 Medium to good batchers 8.96 a 3.75 Common to medium butch vn 2.75 a 11.2 Cannurs and cutrura 1.50 a 2.50 Mlleh Cows. (iu'Mi to choice inikher. . 10.00 u 16.00 Medium to rcmmI mllthors 30.00 a J7.ftn ( ( mimn to plain tnilchers 16.00 a S6.0 Cnlvv (.m.,1 to c...

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. — 24 September 1908

ROOFING ! ROOFING ! ROOFING ! We hav just Unloaded a Car Roofing is in 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 tSav you Mone jX "Phone" us your orders. p Main Street. 4)44444'4'44"I44,4444I44I44'4444' 4 44 (ounty &k 11MOTHY OAlv.S. Mrs Mar Gottinss is visiting Mr Presley Ford's family. Soveral went to Caldwell Sprinps to the farmers' club last week Henry Hushes and wife were visiting Mrs Alice Long Sunday. . L. Adams Is attending the State Fair at Louisville this week. Ferd Cruce and AI Adnms have recently bought new surreys. Shely Agee and wife were visiting In Princeton Saturday night and Sunday. Paul and Hosie Paris are In Louisville with their brother Xute, who Is dangerously 111. Benny Deboe was in our section last week looking at land to buy. If there is only one day of judgment some people will miss getting to see It, for the weeds and briars on ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 October 1908

r I ,jr , w .rqrr? -W " v "? ' - i (Srfiiriiftm &ttWbwV && VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY OCT., I, (908. NUMBER 18 Dealh oi Mrs. T. N. Thommasson. Mrs. Mattio Custard Tlioniasson, wife of Marion Thomasson died nt her homo near Phillipsburg, Kansas, Sunday. Tho information was conveyed to her frtlicr, .1. W. Dastard, Sunday afternoon in a telegram which reached hero at four o'clock Mrs. Thoinnxjon in survived by her husband and one child. She has boon a sufferer 'or a year jiast from Tuborculosis and hor family and friends had given up hope somo months ano of her ultimate Accompanied by her husband and child she pnnt nome time hero in the spring, hoping tho , change would boneflt hor, but as she did not improve thy decided to return to Kansas which they did only a fow bliort weeks ago, she was about 2S years Of age Hor lstor Mr-., t'ridrr lives on Bftil Depot Street. Sunday, Rv. W T. Oakly performed thu solemn ritos of matrimony for Vi- 0. Hboiio, son of Jatn...

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. — 1 October 1908

fe LI I'm, & JsC ft X to"1- -V Call tosee our line of MILLINERY. The very latest Styles in Trimmed and Ready-to-wear hats Main Street. oE F. E. ANDC. U. OF A PAGE-CO. Poguc Ed. Young men, remember that each day brings a greater demand for men of character and energy. This country needs men with strong character, and love enough for down trodden humanity, that thoy can resist the glitter of the trust gold that is buying the freedom of Amencau farmers Gtt u ur cuisiui.. I ut i e ure that you lay it on a foundation of principles, which are truth, honesty and virtue C. 0. 1. ARTICLE A. Let the President, Secretary and Treasurer of every local in the county make a close inquiry as to the amount of money they can raise in their local for the Union bank. Kcmember the shares are fixed at $100 each, but two, three or four can go in together and take one share, which will give all a chance to take a little stock in the bank. Alee let every farmer count on depositing as much as he can and ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 October 1908

1 i r ' n wj iaoi 10 1 T 'l( HIIT. (delayed from Int week ) M) Di nr Itiifim. Y"ur rfinaikaliU plft 1 raine to me proinptl) tluou, '' 'he medium of the Press Don't think for a that my JHa in know Main receipt of earn? wa premeditated, it waa not. To frutik with you. I bad eonakleralli ' r n'.lf in absorb Ins a aaUtden if it o nnawer I liad to cull In help to dfsipher lia tntertotts paragraph. I haTe been told thai traay people rould acb other's jamon: mv failure, ur.d referring it to a friend ho make periodic tripe to Hopkinavflle, availed me nothing, a ! only hook Ma bead and aald It was undoubtedly the vision of ni' d-venturous fellow who wan and Imagined himself a John the Reverter. We ailed m th Orai V at IH , ,lil with tin suiceas. It only said la tcuutiritl tone "Daffy, take him off.' The wonderful THm and Thunmin inn wer applied and tiny Indignant I replies'. "You are trying the rnn. rock, net a mad atone." We ronld not aqnar it hr th 47th f Euclid The groat genlux who write ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 October 1908

& .! H'l f A V - T.i T"W - MriMIJi ! i.j . i . ..,- : - T f i J' IflJ" ' 'Hi XXIi ("," iMiitihiyiif jpWjwyflll''.rt''llt,'jy jyW V't? $.iw&u . TP tfPWfrWrT. ' ty......,Op. ......,.. .- "ll" .-.' ! MMWNNMNNNftNNNNNNI W a .12a, all ' ?i Tut men KyS 3Tfie Crittenben 30th year, Circulation 4,000. S. M, JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered ai second-class matter February gib, go7 at tbe postof&ce at Marios, Kentucky, under ibe Act of Congress of March 1, iSro. STItlCTLT CASH IM 4DYANCC TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Slnile copiw mailed 05 1 month mailed to any address is ' " j months 7j .'.' .." " -so yaxs 'co Obituary charges. Twenty lines free if subjects family are subscribers. If not sent in by a subscriber, 5 cents a line for eaeh line. To regular subscribers f ocnts a line for all over twenty lines. In each and every case, cash to the copy, no exceptions. THURSDAY, 0t. 1, 1908. GENERAL 0DTL00K. The tendency towards improvement in the business word continue?, and although the pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 October 1908

mmibEmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmm s 5 i m Actual Value Is What Counts. SB pi o: " m H HZ) Mib I mwmwmmrmmwmmwmwmwmmmmwmwt'Qwm SIS F. W.Nuun, dentist, Press Buildin Mre. C. 1'. Nogglo visited in Tuesday, F 0 It SALE Two good work horses. K. F. Dtxx Iron Hill, Ky. Cooil Voung arrived Tuesday to vigil bin father, Dr. 0. S. Voung.' Mr. Levi Cook loft yesterday for Hopkinsvollo to visit Mrs, M. K Haoon. I). E. Woods and little daughter, Mary Dell, aftor week's visit here, left for t hair homo iti St. Louts Tuesday. Any day you wish to oomo is our oponiug date. We'll take pleasure in showing you our hats. L. M. Davikhon. Norbun Farria, of Salom, was in tho city Momia). Caahior Roy L. Throlkeld. of tho Snlein Hank, was huro Monday. .I-s. 11. Hughes has completed an addition to Hobt. L. Hodge's residence noar the Crittenden Spring. Itcv. J. It. Adams is attending tho Conforonce of the M. K South at Owonsboro this week. Maloalfo's steam laundry does the prottyost work that comos to the county. If ...

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. — 1 October 1908

41? 4 ? S'hdliT Tnd bdilor Snpt Cha-. Can 2. !. SCHOOL therefore ihe ohi.r. nf ,k-,Doo'? T"e pPl!! -.-". " " ,'! .. L . 1 Columiw is to help the teacher throuRh cooperation and with his teacher rot NTs ' i U m -,.K- Tom l ox r r m liv no ar i T (.n'hih Chrm i)w No Ch r Tl 1m No ii"li s. . E Smith. , IXSTITUTC. " The ) Co mt Tf ic' rrs ' Instltufe iomli',id In the of the Marion graded school building Aug 31 1008. 1 The Institute waa called to order by the superintendent of schools. 1 Mr John 11. Parte. ! The devotional exercises were con-1 ducted by Rev J. B MrXeely, aft which the Institute was organize ' by the election of the following of-1 fleers: , President Mi M. P. Pogue. vice-President Mr. E. E Phllllpps. Secretary Miss Florence Harris Assistant Secretary Miss Willie Clement The Secretary proceeded to enroll the teachers, seventy-three (73) being found present. The address by tho Instructor ipuniisned previously) Imorossln responsibility of his position waa moroiigni) apprecia...

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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. — 1 October 1908

i 4 HONOR ROLL Those who Have Paid Up or Renewed Their Subscrlpllun Lome Thou and Do Likewise. V J Clement A J Glacbroflk 0 h Mattingly 0 V Hadv W C Stanley I A Nation Mrs Surah Trnvia 1 T Loo Kd lUfcur .) A 1'tttOM II C Krltu 0 H Woodnll Alton Lowarj 0er llavHiou M P Stok It K W K Uowtl! II A IOHt Mm C U Bhlthl G K Malwiki J 11 Vnjrl.B .lotiti Uwry .) M llneta CU4 Gill Mirr Ihaial It 1! Gtt AIim Harris .1 W Arlaefc I! 0 ItntUr L N LHr Maggit SiwpMn .1 W Vamchti Mr RIB lUfctK Hiebtrd I. Ujao Mar; M Twry .1 I FnBkHtt .1 I! Utitls W .1 I. HucltM A iron JtM V 1 .N'bm ' H N't an ti H Nin M Yaodcll (' L Hurt Mrs W I Nuoo J L Hughcy Katie Harnett Wm Itaraetl W P Leyd I)r Vul'cr Travis W V .Morton. Served a coffee, the new coffee KUtiRtitutc known to uroccr'n everywhere as Dr. Shoop'o Health ('offer, will trick even a coffee expert. Not a crain of rral coffee in it either Wore healthful toasted graius, tualt nutc, etc. have been so cleverly blended a to eive a wonderfully coffee taste and ...

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. — 1 October 1908

7 HEBRON. The rain Sunday eveomc was very much appreciated. I'rtrai,tel meeting is in progress KPJ si'J ii X3yyMmmmm m 'V &&M WSLk - x r .-; i y? The nice rain Sunday evening revived u all. I have a sow and pigs for sale. The sow will weigh about 200 pounds, and has nine pigs. Apply to W. H. Bigham. Misses Mathews and Whitt, of Frances, has been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adams, and attended the meeting at Chapel Hill the past week. Quite a number from Cnync attended the meeting at this place. The people, of Chapel Hill, is revived up very much over the good rain wc had Sundav evening and Sunday night. Mi Linnic Wisginton, of Marion, visited Miss Ada Canada Saturday niu'ht and Sunday and attended kT' W ..iS, lADSOiuxeiy rURE BAKING POWD yy The only baking powder made from Rya ,9rape Cream of Tartar, the officially approved ingredient for a wholesome, high-class powder Hr U reater rfeceptloa la tie sale of baklnz ih, wM CimkIv nhfvi th thi a ..''n Pwoers uiaa ever befer...

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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. — 8 October 1908

tifttnim Mtt&vb'ltot & MOl. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY OCT., 8, 1908. NUMBER 19 OLLIE M. JAME firneliiil by an EiitlmN'e Crowd of 'ill! al Clinrleslon n October ami Minlitv St. SN lltMtflMh First t Thousa A lire id MANY COMPARED HIM FAV0HABI1Y WITH BRYAN HIMSELF. ! A Bennett had tho following to in of hi vnit to Charleston on t ' iirt f OctuSer. whii Olli M JnwiM and Wiliain S. Cowhanl apoke there: I ' never yt sn greater entmiHiasm than thai, manifcfltcd nt ( h irl when Ollit Jam Mdresaed h crowd of elht thousand people at the l g near tho city ImI Thtittdiiv. He did not arrive till about two-thirty, bav"jr lwan delayed at Cairo in retting an automobile to carry him to Charles-tin Hon. Willi mi S. Cowherd. Democratic Candidate for Governor of Mis-a ,'i waa in the midst of hid addrea to the imiiKimerrowd nnd was receiving gr, ii f tpplause in commendation of Ida defense against Herbert Hadley and his hv'KhN. whn Mr James enm up to the outskirts of the crowd As so...

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. — 8 October 1908

'4 3 t 1 ' ii. F. E. and C. U. of A., Page C. 0. Pogue Editor. DIRECTORY OK UXIOX OFFICIALS CoDtiuucd from last week, D. J. Nelll, president. Fort Worth. J. P. Lane, vice president, Gallatin. C. Smith, Fort Worth. Joe 13. Edmondson. organizer and lecturer, Fort Worth. .1. W. Smith, chaplnln. llolton. J. E. lleene. conductor, lJurloson. W. W. Scott, doorkeeper. Dodd City. Executive Committee: J. E. Montgomery, chairman. Skldmore; J. C. Albrltton, secretary, Snyder; H. Lnns. Brookshlro. .1. L. McConkoy, Wichita Falls: J. A. Wheeler, Moody. South Carolina. O. P. Godwin, president, Laurons. T. T. Wakenilold, vice president, Andorson. B. F. Enrle, secretary-treasurer, Andorson. A. B. Black, chaplain. Taylor. M. A. Mahaffoy. organizer, Belton. Executive Committee: .1. L. chairman. Senecca; W. L. Anderson, secretary. Ninety-six. 'IVlllH't'O. .7, E. Montgomery, president, Greenfield. Samuel Young, vice president, Chestnut Bluff. T. J. Brooks, At wood. J. T. Upton, organizer and Hnlls. W. B....

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. — 8 October 1908

'4 e r Nk. 1 I c. - - ". P"t,iS i 'V .' r. A() i .. . rffTk. m .aa .aw .Bw . 5M r S VI F -I I .- lnv? "t 1H 1908 FALL SEASON 1908. o 1 (i J v m sthousi Sg The Biggest EQUITY EDITORIAL COLUMN. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQl'ITY OF NOltTII AMERICA Nntionnl Odlcers: C M. HAitNKTT, Prefl. Inclinnnpolis Ind. L. N. Statts. Vice-Pros. Trenton. III. 0. D. I'aui.ky, Sec&Trena IndiannjKilis. Statu Oilicora: J. C. Cantuiu., Georgetown, Ky. S. B. UoiiiutTON, Soc. Calhoun. Ky. County Oilicora: A. F. Worn:, Iron Mill. Pre. W. K. Smith, Uepton, Ky., Soc. MARION F. POGUH, KtiiTOit. Judge Towory addrostd Francos Loeal A. S. of K lait Saturday ntghl, on tlio tobacco nostion as btllod. For two hours ho entertained hia splondld audionoe with tho best discourse of the reason. He tho question thoroughly and docs not miuco words in expressing it. If every body would indicate his position atoolcarly as the Judge, the line between the people and the trust? would bo cloar out. We have too many triuiiuon, hypoor...

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. — 8 October 1908

I w hi ? J l I A Jf T JEJn i Ijgf Ski jr 11 - 9 i'A 1 1 I Vt SJ j5$sfj lP; P K CO'S STORE THE POLITICAL With its Large Stock of f CLOTHIMGS and OVERCOATS for MEM and BOYS, ask your in spection of our CLOTH IIVO The right suit at the right price is here, all the new styles, to varied to discribc are here. To see them means to buy, to buy means satisfaction in the style and wear of your new Fall Suit or Overcoat. Lots of the New Brown and Tan. Boys and Children's Suits and Overcoats uASOtIic bOlt and the Derby. The Newest Styles, Shapes and Colors. gtigHJEfcfitp Efjc Crtttntfjcn Ctcr.ortj'PrcS 30th year Circulatien 4 000 S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered as matter February 9th, 1907 ai the pottoffice at Marion. Kentucky, under the Act of Concreu of March 3. iSj. tTKICTLT CASH IK ADVANCE. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Single copie mailed 05 1 month mailed to any address is " " " 3 months 7$ " " " year 1,50 " " " 4 years j 00 Obituary charges. Twenty lines free if subjects family arc ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 8 October 1908

Ik--" - hk j CRIFTONCLOTHES r?v.&JPV -5 i t ' 5J FTii MoummimMm Where Your Interests Lay (5 Is it not where you find the best values? If this be true we are not afraid to compare our line of merchandise with any- 2 one. We take Quality as the first consideration, and Price j2 next. mmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmwmwwywwmmm F. W.Nunn.dontiot, Press Ruildtn J. D. Gregory will return homo next week, about tho A. M. Wilhorapoon, who has boen at work on Wm. Terry' new house in Mounds vioinity, his returned home. Joe KuyKondoll, of Priucctou, rtcitoJ in Marion and vicinity Saturday and Sunday. FOR SAhE Two good workhorses. K. V. Dka.v. 17.tr Iron Hi!!, ICy. Miaa rJllie Gray after a pleasant visit at Paihitah and I'rlueeloo, ling returned home. Mr. a oft Mre. 0. II. Peris wan in Evativille laet week alteodliu? the Mate fair. Mrs. S. GugeHUeira and son, Samuel, are visiting her parent, Mr and Mrs. II. 15. Williams near Mrs. Marshal Jenkins is taking art lessons at a Paduoah studio. She was there seve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 8 October 1908

I ft - I. ft t. ms-i ,1 IV . 1 Sj EDUCATIONAL COLUMNS. Miss Hard hdttor n I hief Mrs Kitt I'err I Kascoe 1 K riullips and ( H MrNitU. ssot tate liddor AS IS rill- I'hACUKU SO IS 1HK SCHOOL therefore the object o( these Columns is to help the teacher through co operation and communication with his lei .low teacher. COUNTY liDUC ATIOX AL DIRECTORY Supt.John H. I'aris Chairman Chas. V. Fox Ch r in Div. so : James Canada. Soc T Griffith. Ch'r m Div No 2 V. D. Canditt. Sec. V. E. Smith. Ch'r'm Div. No 'J R Summerville. Sec. J. A. Ordway Ch r in Div No. 4 V. L. James Sec. INSTITUTE. Continued from last week. Thursday Morning Skit. . Music. The son;. Devotional exercises conducted by llov. J i. Adams. After roll call I'rof. H. H. Chorry, of the Western Kentucky Normal School olcctrificd the attentive body of teachers by an address on and Kducation," the basis of which was published in the Crittenden a lew weeks aco. Recess. Music. Duot, "Sometimes, Somewhere," Mrs Fannie Walker and Miss No...

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. — 8 October 1908

HELPFUL ADVICE 191 You won't toll your family doctor tho whole about jour pmate illness you aro too modest. You need not Ik-aft .ml to tell Pink-ham, at I.mid, Mass., the things you could not explain to tho doctor Your letter w ill lie held in the ht t From hor viust with sirk woman duiiiiK the past thirty years she may lmvo piined tho very ki tli.it will help your ease Ml. h li tti rsaH the follow inp, from grateful women, establish loyond a doubt the jmverof LYDIAE.PINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND to eomim r all K male diseases. Mm. Norman It. Uarndt,of Allen-town, l'a., writes: " Kvtr Mnro I vvns ftlxtrcn yearn of ntje I had MilTVrcd tr"tn nn organic nnl fcuuilo wcnltiicut; ip I linil ilnnclfiil licntlnchr Mml waHcxtri'iiii'lr ru'rvotiH. My pliyst nan wiiil I nnit jju tlirtitiirh an operation to jr"t wo! I. A friend told mo jU.ut I.j. lia K I'inUlirtm'i Wpptulile t7"'inH.iiiiil, an'. I t'l itnnd vvrutv you for H1uv, fi'll.nv illtf iur l.rr ttoiia rarcfulh. ninl tlmukh to you I nm toda...

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