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

41 &) ' We a" ,r ul H Fr' iT flBKv"! w izsrS5 KT i riiiTa'TV'!' ' JG rgpFwrFs tiHfrlfr4.4HiHf4tliMit44Hfr4l4Hi '! I- 1 1 li, i '4 I t V ? r! I' ; v- . :' 4 fr 0 i 9 5 I ' - S. i EVERY DAY IS A BARGAIN DAY WITH IS! ONE PRICE TO ALL! samnjBjmmmnmnjmmmjamjnjmmnammmjmmmmmmmmms F TUESDAY in each week is no exception, you can buy the SAME GOODS at the StME PRICL on WEDNESDAY! We believe in Selling You Goods at "LIVE AND LET LIVE" Prices! And to Prove This Statement, we jl Invite ou to call and see us when in town, inspect our goods, get our prices, and then compare goods and Prices fr with the Goods and Prices of Others. Mo successful farmer can buy a mule for fifty dollars, feed it all winter as vou need in the Slardwarp Line. We make a Specialty or Edert Tools a:.d Cuttlery, UAu docket and UM: imvltt.'if V't5Pr i,.k ': T 1 mMSi I wy aBesw Win. Dollavcu has hit new resi dence about Mesr. Gus l'ucry ad W'u to t i ryth t g be congratmaU J ur n '. fn S Sft rwiUz.zrn. m& - mx .j3 1SS...

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. — 15 October 1908

v t. ttV Sr , . JT J -- i f&vifltubtn . . '" " ' ' ' - -. - 0L. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY OCT., 15, 1908. NUMBER 20 i PRINCETON PRESBYTERY A GRAND SUCCESS, Princeton Presbytery of the Presbyterian church U. S. met nt Dixon, Ky., Oct. 0. Hy request ofthe retiring Moderator the opening sermon wns preached by Rev. .1. Fraser Cooks, who was aftciward elected Moderator of the Presbytery. Ten ordained prcaeherH wore present and one candidate. Most of tie churches woro represented. Tho interest in the Presbytery was -excellent from first to Inst. Rev. 11. E. Chappell wis dismissed to Jefferson Thu ladles had If fine missionary service during the Presbytery. Thev held throe buiinetn und cducatlnii.il "uwisionj spRrnto from the I'rtabytery and1 tholr public mooting in cornice u. n wii h the Prchbylery Wednetdny evening. ai tnw imiuie iintt'liiijf there w. r tMrtia on MiMions by Kov. and Mr. G. W. Van Horn nd n orinofl by Rev. K. II. Anthony. A ftnoaudionce was present nnd al...

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. — 15 October 1908

I : I I'm "irn mi in . 11' &. f 1 I'Vc '' r ' . li! V . i X FARMERS EDUCATIONAL AND COOPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA, COLUMNS. NATIONAL OFFICERS: C. S. BarNfmi, Prisidtnt, t'ninn Vice-President, Gleanson, Tias;t Treasury, Bebee, Arkansas. NATIONAL K.XIiClTTIVIi COMMITTliK: V. A. Mokkis, Chairman, Sullijjent, Alabama; T. M. Jkkkkis, Secretary and Treasury, Oklahoma: W. S. Mil i.kr, Lake Creek, Texas; I. N. McCni Mil fr. Many, Lousana; S. L. Viu.v: liden, Mississippi. STATE OFFICERS: R. L. Barnfit, Secretary and Treasurer, Paducah, Kentucky i Rev. Rouert L. Johnson, President and State Organizer. COUNTY OFFICERS: Rev. Roiiekt Johnson, President, Vice-President, Salem, Kentucky; Treasurer, Marion R. F. D. No. 3. COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTE: Cuas. V. Fox, D. N. Riifv, En Fi vnarv, Iv Easley. COUNTY IUS1NESS ACT ErcENF Gifss, Tolu, Kenturk HARMONIOUS WasThatof the Farmers Union Held in Marion Lost Friday LARGE CROWD PRESENT Statement Concerning Pres. Johnson, Denied in Strong Terms. NEXT M...

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. — 15 October 1908

ut 4 & f - rrf , - -, Tia ' J IV iiWi fill 1.0 IUI lomACA Hh9 wiiiv Barnes i ? liHHR 'JPSSl Will Spcdk in ? 9 HbIHH SSl' AM A P"fc d ai wwm D Si W$k$m ImJI A ssV I mrm mM mm sr s. "1 Inl Inl i Tnnf Inn! lol Tnl ! nf EQUITY EDITORIAL COLUMN. AMERICAN SOnETY OF EQUITY OF NORTH AMERICA. National Officers: C M. Hahnktt, Pros. Indianapolis Ind. L. N. Statts, Trenton. III. O. D. 1'AUI.KV, See&Trens InriianatttliH. Stntc Officer: J. C Cantiiiix, Georgetown, Ky. S. H. Roiihkton, Sec. Calhoun, Ky. County Officers: A. F. Iron Hill. I'res. V. E. Smith, Repton, Ky., Soc. MARION F. POGUE, Editok. Tho Planters' Protective ciation, othorwiso known aa tho 'Dark Tobacco" Association has for tho last four years stood shoulder to thouldor with tho Society of Equity and its various tobacco associa. tions, battlo for the people and against tho tobacco trust. In the last three years, it alone, has had entrusted to its care and management 13B,00Q hogsheads of tobacco, more than 200 million pounds....

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. — 15 October 1908

- m K5 u e t -JC. Mf!,!,. . t r v -- atsgaftg ""jggrjjgtasw Kw frs'wYt . - V, - f.KriL. "Bs X2fl& ossasaaftsfts: rfytftSf 1 H' i II ATSZ SSt" Jit ' fc NW Stf -W & Jlf W f vW -.- - - M YOUR FALL SUIT AN DOVER COAT u a Si' rt - v. SHOULD COME FROM US There's a Reason EVERY SUIT EvERY OVERCOAT Has the Stamp of Style " Quality Our Suits made with ail the tp New Cuts and Kinks the best style clothes have aiirii nnmiiio icvv dkuvvivo TANS GRAYS. The There's the Price Question Which is Saving to You. BOYS SUITS ,elhoef Men's Finest Clothes. ii V ' ik 7 s -& $& M is ' 3ti In i2f Mr Bbb I I YLt MA O I O For Men and Boys Under for all People. I WHEN A PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN IS ON They Say Times are Tight When They are You Need Your Change Spare Change is Made by Sauving Our Inside Prices Will Save. Come to Town-Come to Us A House Full of Bargains A House Full of House Full of Quality. YOUR SAVING BANK IS HERE All Kinds of Dry Goods and Dress Goods CLOAKS and COATS For the LADIE...

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. — 15 October 1908

s y . t ? rv t"rt T &ftftMMMMM6MMMMMMMM6MMMM66MAft e WHY NOT YOU? I (3 If you are looking for Genuine Values, the kind of Values g that you like to we will take great pleasure in comparing with anyone. ! 4 tfWWflWWWTOW wTD w iftEfif r1 F.W.N unu, dentist, Pros Buitdin Wni. Rarnctt of Tolu, was here Monday. J, 0. Or j, of Salem, was here Yridaj on business, ; i t FOR SALE.-Odo second hand Sew Machine Wagon. Gxo. M. Obi ojkr. Burnett Moore, of Tolu, u horo Sunday to Tisit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Moore. Mien Nannie Dean and Joe M. Dean have returned from, a month's stay at Barstow, Texan., with Dr. T. L. Dean and family. Mr. and Mn. Lncian Franklin, of Canton, K., wero here last week the guest of her sister, Mrs. Lola Da. vidson. B. L, Yates and wife, of Cadiz, -were hero last week en routo home from Lcvias, whore they visited friends and relatives. FOR SAfiK Two good work horses. E. F. Dka;. I Iron Hill, Ky. Mrt. Geo. P. Roberto and daughter, Kvalyn, who visited Mrs. J, K....

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. — 15 October 1908

11 l.i lT f b I"1 I I . Mr o . p ' ? lmt '',... 9. ' i.l i' '! j VAV 'T , I ntjt, umttiiwiny rrsoca :30Kuo&egi jOev MtWI ? o. ((C)e,fe,:C;(5,(i? vsrCvi to ,. c d""- 4 W, firrn r5S8. r1,;;.i -" 1908 FALL SEASON 1908 WO n Infill OlJ) If S -Tr !Th Ax I 11V 2$ This time we know you can find more New Up-to-date High Grade all Wool Clothing here from $7.50 to $16.50 than we have ever shown before, and is the first time in several seasons that we feel justified 111 chinning something like Extra Good Values in Merchandise. You can buy everything in our line for 10 to 25 per cent, less than at this time last year, and of better quality. AM the New Shades in all Wool Worsted Suits $10.00 to $16.50. A Big Line of Ladies Mew Style Long Coatsall Shades $2.75 to $10. All the New Things in Young Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties and Etc. Millinery the best now ready Ladies Hats at Any Price. Best Calicoes 5c, a big line. Hoosier Domestic 5c. Hope Bleach 8 Good Bleach 5c. Best Dress Ginghams, 8 1-3, 10,...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 October 1908

4 A piin prcBOi,)t on is printed up- )ii each 2fi i Itux of Dr. Sh'iop'x I'i'nk . ti Tablet-. A-k .ur Piidinj m Druggist it lliti In lint 0"lll pluto 1 1 cud I'M i womanly pains painH anywhere get instant relief from a 1'iiik I'aiipTablet. auld by Jas. II. Ormc. TO HOME SEEKEHS. niil Parlies tfhn liuv.! Forms For Salt;, If you arc looking for bargains in farms, call or write Win. Si Lowery, Salem, Ky. If you liave a farm to sell at a bargain, I am alo in a position to help you, only one who hive bargains to offer in fa.m lands need ap,'". rr write me, m, 1 am only m . nnrket for oargans lor :ny clients, and. I believe I fully understand Hie country and know values, and if you arc in the niprkct for farms ai bargain prices, or want to sell ba.t,:iins in farm lands, call on or write, Wm. S. LowiirY, Real estate dealer, Salem, Ky. $ $ SEEDS M E SPCOiALOFF E R: V ;lf ' viwUIS ti r A'' ... h la 1 ...! ., .... I U lK ' Y M'. rte ;j.i tins Pcpr. AWW 5l Tlif whli come, harmloMi green lecn m...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 October 1908

4 I :C;r. ; .V. fwJ V.. 1 'Jh. yMM i 1 .' --. V..iK i .s v r I W 5-S .. ' w rv - ,.ji ujrsy& ., - t 1 r. . 1 . j,j Vl.y . . , .0 wclov made I. c:.:vf Tartar . ;'!um and U which l KZXS&2J?AIWam , .'i,li.Jj A. F. Wmlf returned trtn waukdc, Wis. , Saturday. Dixon Phillips returned to his homo at Gridiron, Ark., last wook.. T. L. Walker, wife and son visited S. H. Phillip and wife Sunday. Bro. O'ikloy will begin a protracted meeting at Shady Grove Monday night, Oct. 12. William Wallace, of Sugar Grove, is reported very ill, also J. A, Stem-bridge. J, E. Cullcn is sick. here. Rev. 0. D. Spcncc and II. N. Lamb returned from Presbytery Friday. K F. Dean is at home from New-Port where he attended the Stato Sunday School Convention. He reports a nice time: DYGUSBUKG. Miss Iva Perry, of Paducah, the guest of Misses Gurtyc and Roberta Clifton Sundav near Mexico, .Mrs. Josie McRcnolds returned home Sunday. Mrs. Sallie Boaz, of Francis, is itod Irs J. It Kobinson and Mr. Owen Boaz lait w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 22 October 1908

B Unusual atiih Iteairtij (r urtmntrh fttllllurrn, in rxrrpTtniinllu. tit itpprnnutrr cttii lhr rlrnintlii nf It ran ty. uljlr mth rxrrllnit uuirkiuatuililn. 0)ttr ntiiuirtmriil In laryr auh uir ran plraur lhr moot rxarlimj. JJ, ,u (Our Hur iurlitbrn tljr fantimn "acH &$$; trimmrft liatit. Hiir rrrnijiilzrii utattharu &i&&M of rnrrrrt milllttrri;. A. S. Cavender, MARION, KENTUCKY "We f.ivorn postal saving bank if the gaarnntoed bank cannot be secured. and that it be constituted so as to keep the deposited money in the communities where it is established. Hut we condemn the policy of Republican party in providing postal snvingH banks tinder n plan of conduct by which they will gregate the deposits of the nirnl communities and the same while under government charge in the banks of Wall Street, thus depleting the circulating medium of the producing regions and unjnstly favoring tht speculative markets." SO THK COUNTRV FACES THK ISSUE. Every vote will count for one or th...

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. — 22 October 1908

t '. VI . ; . 10- . i 4 L 1 -V v :;. FARMERS EDUCATIONAL AND COOPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA. COLUMNS. NATIONAL OI-TICKKS: C. S. IUkTi, IVsuUnt, I'ninn Vice-President, die anson, las; Treasury" , I5tl if, Arkansas, NATION L I.XIXI'TIYK V. A. Morris, Chairman, hulligent, Alabama; T. M. kffmn'o. Seo- ii tary and Treasury , Klgin, Oklahoma; V. S. Mn i i- k, L.ik i ink, T .is: I. X. McCoi i.iiTtk. Manx, Loiisana: S. L. Wn Sn: Kdelt, Mississippi. STATE OFFICERS: R. L. IUrnki, Secretary and Treasuur, I'aducah, Robert L. Jihm, I'ttotdent and State Organizer. STATK KXKCITIVK V. Like Tliotua. Fulsomdale. Sam 1. .Jones, Cuiininirhaiu. Grady, Calvert City . T. B. Latta, Fulton; M, H. Tupp, Woodville. COUNTY OFFICERS- Rfv. Roufki iiiMN, Pn Vice-President, Salem, Kentucky: Treasurer, Marion R. F. D. No. 3. COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMUTE: Chas. V. I"o, D. N. Riiev, Ed Easlky. COUNTY BUSINESS ACT: Ei'gkne Gifss, Tolu, Kentucky GRAND AND SUCCESSFUL MEETING. Last Thursday was a great day in Marion. The F. E....

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. — 22 October 1908

iH V '. r ' 4 . M:- ns,mxximrmi. n rt $-' 1& J&o ii ii loot Zo lo OE IOE f i Congressman I o f M . James o o Will Speak in 4 I ilJI Iv 9 9 On 1 Saturday Afternoon October 311 T T nTnnT ggggoog lOOl I00E XoE oCo EQUITY EDITORIAL COLUMN. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY OF SOUTH AMERICA. National Officer: C. M. Haknktt, Pren. Indianapolis Ind. L. N. Statth, Vicc-Prea. Trenton. III. O. D. 1'aui.ky, Sec&Treaa IndianaKlin. Suite Officers: J. C. CANTtilM Georgetown, Ky. S. H. ItoiiKKTON, Sec. Calhoun, Ky. County Ollicera: A. F. Woi.kk, Iron Hill. Pro. V. E. Smith, Kcpton, Ky., Sec MARION F. POGUK, KniTOit. BLUFF WAS WIIA'i (iOVEKNUK WILSON TKIEETO PUT OVEK. Asserting He Knew Names ol Every Nlylit Klilcr, He Foiled to Make (iood When Called. Gorernor Wilson is "stumping" . Kintueky, and wa what wo, call stumped at Hopkinsvillo the other day. Tho Governor made a politiuai ad. (trass in Hopkinsvillc on the niuhtof Oetobor (I, and during tho spuech said ho know the n.imos of the lead, o...

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. — 22 October 1908

. I 1 ; - 4 j 'I p f L PQm0QHMMSBMASM3MfeAi w P fA X 2rs $3' Ex it 1 1 THE RIGHT SUITS' ARE HERE "To play a good thing for all its worth," Is Natural thing to do, and to give our TOmnrQ iho hfQ in flio chnn ic ritf imii ai Wo can now show vou the best lino of ttfll urn w oolOiafhio i fes al M . . A. silf. n,HnHP I 1 1 f w " ? in the nutsi icillciiid f . CK In and 01311;. In the NCW C 0 I 0 I' S and Shades I f iwiiajvr. kiuimBiBiBa & With all the IW BiIBU JJS. ,p and b , Peg Top Trousers -Cuff Sleeves-Vertical Pockets We've one to Fit and Suit You Come See It. Overcoats Odd Pants. iff "4 JVS The right ones for ou Boys Knee Pants Suits, Xm?$z Clothes Bargains are Here. NEW HATS-NEW COLORS For Men and Boys. CI)C CrittCntJCIl Ports can account for the drop in the 1 year 4 years 30th year, (.ircuiauen 4 000 S. M. JENKLNS Editor and Publisher. Entered a matter February 9th. 1907 at tbe potto&ce at Marion. Kentucky, umlet the Act of Congress of March j. 1S75. STK1CTLT CASH IN ADVAN...

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. — 22 October 1908

-v Waimimsmm4m'mu MtmimtmmtMmihmmM il n 3S WHY Wm BLJ? m YOU9 mm && 1 tf you are looking for Genuine VaIoes the kind of Values that you like to RernenbeJ, we will fake great pleasure in !S comparing with anyone. S gar 41 if' ft. 11 Jfk. ;i V. vtVa ' ff Ml k jVB 1 M RlUi Vl t JaW SHr ,1, iB Q ixR ii i rmv"m Wjmrt sn.k. -l w : w ib .mmiiiw - B viaaWt w IKriW aaaH I mmmmmmmmmmwwmmmmmwmwmmwmvmm fsr W 3 .if F.W.N uun, dentist, Pro Muiiihn Guy Oivons has gone to Providonoe to engage in (ho butcher businoss. 0. M. Crldoi it in Louie vlllo ttits Seldon I lug hoi apetit Sunday in Sturgts. L'OH linnd Sow lug ilaohlno Wagon. G. il. Oki lk. Dr. Walter Tmvu hat rttnrnwl from liOuitTilla. W. 0. Tucker nnrf ife wtro in Fradonin Inst woW. W. H. Trninbo, of honigTflla, was berf this wtolc. FOIt SAMS Tv r o o ! work liorioa. I?. V. I)h.X. 17.tr Iron Hill, Ky. It. II. Demi, of Su liOiiix, w.ih in tha city last wook on route to Iron Hill to visit hi parent and other rolntivoH in th.it neighborh...

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. — 22 October 1908

t I- t I a; r ,, j h w, The uv. i .!(t, illwii,'.: ' & 5l - (2$ p EDUCATIONAL COLUMNS. Miss Hard KJitor 'ti Chief Mrs. Kittv Perry I. V R.isoie F K Phillips and J U. McNVel) Associate Kdilor. AS IS THK TEACHER. SO IS THE SCHOOL, therefore the object of these Columns is to help the teacher through cooperation and communication with his fellow teacher. AL DIRECTORY Supt.John 13. Paris, Chairman Chas. W. Fox Ch r'm Div. so. i. James Canada. Sec. T. Griffith, Ch'r'm Div. No 2 W. D. Canditt. Sec. V. E. Smith, Ch'r'm Div. No. j, J. R. Summerville, Sec. J. A. Ordway Chr m Div. No. 4. V. L. James Sec. Sec to it that the knowledge the children take in, pets in, in such a way as to become information. Phonics. Since this column is for the pur pose of helping the teacher who needs help, I want to ask some good teacher to lend a helping hand for my bonefii , We have our adopted text book on spelling and most of us pronounce it good. Our Instructor and our best teachers advocated teaching Ph...

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. — 22 October 1908

A pain prescription is printed upon each 2.o box of Dr. Slioop's I'ink I'uin Tablets. Aik jour Dootoj or Druggist if tin? formula in not cum- plcto. licud paii. i. womanly pains, pains anyulieie ot intntit rehilt from u Pink i'tuu Tublct. Sold by .Ins. H. Orinc. I TO HOMElEEKEiiS. ! I Am! I'iirtlo.s Wild Iibyu Farms For Suit'. If you arc looking for bargains in farms, call or write Win. S. Lowcry, Salem. Ky. If you have a farm to sell at a bargain, 1 am also in a tion to help you, only one who have bargains toclferin farm lands, need apply or write me, as 1 am only in the, market for bargans for my clients, and I believe 1 fully understand ihe country and know values, and if you are in the market for farms at bargain prices, or want to sell bargains in farm lands, call on or write, ,Wm. S. LowErY, Real estate lea)cr, Salem, Ky. SEEDS ftUCUtri ttM SUCCOB I SPECIAL OFFER: 'Ut U kalli K llHlmt, AtrUlwUT aakH lou onr txrmioent cmlomtr. Pri It COl ICC t lOM ",! rirtii ' .-.. ., lllin.191...

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. — 22 October 1908

1 r ! ft:; i 1 1 P? S $-- Main Street. T. H. Cochran & Company, Mr?. Kd Harpending and J vj m nf w biii mi m i p wiiui w m it i.. mtim pvj i i , vAfnasrv &?rz.w t cSril Pawl l&WMar wfiFXTri Why these grapes ? Because from the hep.ithful grape comes thv cliief of Royal Bi;i.'w Royal Grape Cream of Y r.ar. '''e powJcrs arec' wJi harm cuinczi, acids r"u.c ix St Jed. and vu lolaj eisl this ection lst week. er. I'iiIcm rain fall-, in a few days I Duvc Yandoll is putting the next year's wheat crop will be a ber on the cround for hi now dwell-total failuro' intr house. Lan Harpcndine and wife of Ma- ,,, Kow,ef h, wvf Ufll,c rion the of his father'- wore suets 08iplplail tuA j(i now ,ddlnj. nfw Ctrl Munnson of Popular Grove j furjlurp visited Robert Cash, his father in-law lat week. THE PLAIN TRUTH. What More Can Marlon People Ask. , procured at Haynos A- druj: store, me helped from tho first and I ,Bim using tlicm and a steady imnrnvnitifirit .. : i i ..-,.. ,3 iiuuciitio in my...

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. — 29 October 1908

J i t! .! it, ft i -" Jri -y- V-;- j' r (Sriilrofteti itatittjb mtm VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY OCT., 29, 1908. NUMBER 22 I-'I N NCIA I. STATK.MKNT Cilttriitlen County. Prom Ort. 3il. 1!M)7. to Oct. 7th. 1008 Arllurk. y.. W.. 1 (I. p&t...$ 1.50 Arllnck. Huol. 2 !. p&t. . . 3.00 AtiHtln. Hurry. 2d. p&t 3.00 Akor. W. C. 2 tl p&t 3.00 AlvlH. Will. AVi ! I&t C.25 Arlluok. .1.. 1 (1. p&t l.riO Alvls. John, fi tl. p&t tt.OO Atlnmaon. Hob. 5 (1 p&t 7. CO Adams, J. C. 2 tl. p&t 3.00 Adams J. I-'.. 2 (I. p&t 3.00 Adnma. W. I... lum 5.25 Anilruwe. J. M.. 3 " tl. p&t. &.2fi A boo. Honry. I tl. p&t 0.00 AtlaniH. Goo.. hlclK ""6 Adams. I. I'.. Hhor. rofc 2.00 Adanm. J. P.. Hhor. oloct... 2.00 Asbrldgo. W. IC . Judge olort. 2.00 Aslier. J. 1).. ahorllT oloct. 3.25 Alllatm. Mttiuoo. 2 tl. p&t . . 3.00 Arflatk. J. P. bldK fonco. . . 4.10 Aabrldge. W IS., tax aupor. 13.50 Atlfima. I.. P. lMtitl for nlv 20.00 Able, Oo., alii and ...

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. — 29 October 1908

'1 ?.' a ' (i)ur crimmrit iflUltttrrit in rxrrulhittnlltt in auurarattrr ait riuitliiitrn lljr rlrmnttti nf hraHtji. istjtlr anil rxrrllrut uuirhmannliip. (Our asmirlntrut in lari.tr ntt& we rati ulraflr thr imuit rxartitttt. , &; "v "r iur mrlu'lrn l'lr fanuutH "ACH" (&&&! trimmrJi Ijata. elir rrriimiteru iitniaru nf rnrrrrt milUurry. A. S. Cavender MARION, KENTUCKY ' , -. isr f " -- nqgftfaT" u;&&'tttyrt;&WF i'l AjriivtilJivliJ: :: t f . REGULAR $5.00 SKIRTS': i- & MiLLIIMU A I &1.3U. f 1 it t ; f i JTE w y fc t I I ' ; ? ; IP VJti MUlmmj of llmtsttal ittte mtii HtnutUr FASCINATORS SHAWLS NEWPORT SCAHFS. FARMERS EDUCATIONAL AND COOPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA. COLUMNS. NATIONAL OFFICERS: C. S. HarNf.Tt, President, Uninn City, Georgia; J. E Montcomkry. Vice-President, Gleanson, Texas; R. II. McCui.i.och, Secretary and Treasury, IJebee, Arkansas. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: V. A. Morris, Chairman, Sullient, Alabama; T. M. Jkfforhs, Secretary 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. — 29 October 1908

Thn )iAe4 M,Wi o n EDUCATIOIV'AL COLUMNS. Mi l.ir1 .'ii ir hi i In! Mr Kitt ! ir ' A I- li Hulli arel J H M Nerly Awiciatr lidiUr as is tiik ricAUihc. so is run SCHOOL th ol,f. t of Uimo Column, n to hrlp ihr i i i i hr.ui;h cooperation 4n I t ijftimu'jii aiiun with his fcl low Unclirr Sufrt John M. I'arw I'lmirmin Chiu V Vox Clirm Iiiv no i. Jnnict C.'iD.dn. Sr. T (iriltlth Chrm Iiv Mo 3 V P lunHiti V K. Smith. Ch r ra Div No s I I Siirntnprville Sec J. A. Onlwny I'htm Div No .4. V I.. Jatnn Sec. Delated from lat week Der Kditor You told mo you had nothing in i ir ti t for your page next week, and I told jnu 1 would send you something, becatmo when 1 named von as editor of this most important department of our county paper and promised you my co-operation, I meant it I am sorry indeed that the teacher havo not responded with their contributions as they gave u reason to expect. Do we know that thorc is a single school in progress in tho county? Not by tho report, ao. Why thi timidit...

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