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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 October 1908

I T X 0 iS Ml mill PTv ChilJreii's Suits 1 OVERCOAT- PANTS. Clothes Cut with Styles In all the New Shades-Cut with the Late Kinds-Look the Town Over, and You'll Come Back and Buy. THE NEWEST HATS They are Full of Style. M 1.MHI in "T"" ' -- , T . J1J. . . m tjimMiif JaafiiialaiMllaaaWSlMWIIlaaaaaWTIF' g5sgwIPBSi? iiMwwMarwwiBMdWMS?wJBlf 'pfHJfrt '''M' yi'1 MTPWli'1''.' irJr"!" iMiHMWMHWNM POPULAR PRICED GOODS THE POLITICAL GAME You'll Bad weather Need is Shoes Coming i nave maae . tms . d store a a imputative " J AP0S1T di hvm niu Good Shoes Will Snlisly M &i B ne i-toot bs on younser ilOlyU i 1 ILul LO Hue k 'sr SI ? a He- -2 Uirffteiocif.Q ll Style Shoes you wmii igi v m j a s c? usa ci a a ns.wvifisgwi.vi .1 97 IA SXAI 1.1KI 5 OR 581 Si t ilSi lU VyiOL IVIAIV WILL g Fitted Shoes ft i V fit You Must Have. YOimg MCu S vMJUb i wr i !vu j full of ova suns , EKr" !J ". HP? ' H xcklj - . - -- w k pstv srr 7 SMMBaHSBii Cfje Crittcnticn 30th year, Circulatien 4,000. S. M. JENKINS Edi...

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. — 29 October 1908

trrr, r MWfT! '.a " Kt '- ' iv .iidiMjM5ViMMMMMMMMMMMMMM T'S A WISE CHOICE s i When you Ohoose QUALITY in buying wearing apparel. BBS, ' Ik' ft". ' J x tV Hjwu Hv K HH 59 mi ' t B $mmm)mmm)mmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmm jrff .JM1" i."-"'''1" -A. F V Nunii.dontiht, I'rot Muildin A J. itoboui, oi Sliaridan, in the city Sunday. I. 1 Manning, of Muruanfiold, wa in tliu city Friday on liuiinoi'. I, 1! Grimod Ims gono to Mem phis, Tetin., to louato. FOIl aooond hand Sow inn Maohino Wagon. Geo. M. Cm Mil J C Wallace i in on buitinoH. Sherd Wale, Sr. , of Frcdunia, urn in tho city Sunday. FOH SA1jK"Tho good work hornon. K. F. Dkan. 17.tr Iron Hill, Ky. Joo Hunter Truvis and family, of Hereford, Texas., arrived Saturday morning, to visit relatives and friends in the county and city. 0. W. Goggle, of DoKovon, the family of his Hon, I'orey Nogglc, on south Main street lust "week. Mrs. Nannie Coohrn Im roturnod from HvsL'goille with her grandson, Thomas, Jr., after n pleniunt visit to tho family of It. A....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 October 1908

. i icfv "W y?Tt "" vr r V t I ' jH V ,; i i" I I FINANCIAL STATEM NT (continued from first page.) Frltts. A H.. painting Flnnur.v. .1 F . bal. on claim Frltts, Calvin. 2 il P&t . . Fowler, Tom, 2 Ms d. P&t. . . Fowlci. W T. 11 d. p&t.. Funkhouscr. . S.. 1 d. p&t Franklin. Cm son. 2 d. p&t . Farlej. S, 1 Mi d. p&t.. Franklin, .Ins.. 7 d. p&t. . Franklin. Cat Mm. 1 Ms d. p&t. Fowler. Walter. I d. p&t.. Ford, .1. M . 5V d. p&t... Fanner. John, a d. p&t... Ford. It. J- 2 d. p&t Fiitts, .Jesse. 2 d. p&t. . . . Frltts. Walk. 3 d. p&t . . . Ford. Gale. 4 d p&t Franklin. J no U. 0 '.. p&t Fo. .1. C . 1 d. p&t Frltts, Geo , 2 d. p&t Fiitts. Calvin. 2 d p&t. . . . Franklin. Si. 1 Ms d. p&t. . . Flo.vd. .Mm. 2 d. p&t Fmnkb. .lesso. 3 d p&t. . . . Frinr. Tom. 1 d p&t Fowler. W T.. G d. p&t. . . Fuller. Ulll, 3 d. p&t Ford. G ll.iiil P&t Ford. W Al.. 0 (1. p&t. . . row Nick. 2 d p&t F...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 October 1908

w ! ha fgc JOY IN THE CITY By REV. A. C. DIXON, D. D., Plor of lha Chicago Ave. Mootlf'a) Church, Chicago. 'There wiih Kroat Jhy In Unit city " AotH 8 S It wiih tho Joy of r i c n I v I n k C'lulMt. With this there I'OHU'H tlio Jo Of A HI'llHI' of K'lllt upiri')KCH Iho olio who realized that he in uii'lcr con i inn, nl hi t car rfes wiih i hliame and renniruc, It ih mhiI larktioi When ChrlMt In mi eVi i. the sun las ami the liKht of jo lllln the I't it f Sama-la hrul mire It him lie uwki'il a night lo'l.ltiK md tint)- would not Kle It ut Willi the Jonrne) , he hntl to ih'h cm. for hr would not thrust JiIiiih. If um ti tiium Whether tticy mm mix iin HiIh treatment of Iho Maalfi ,,r not. i utinol to'l. htit It lookn an If the) tried to make mneinlM for It W'e ahunltl remember, however, that they rejectel Jimih IiIh (lentli; he hail not then heen llftMl up, i hey had not felt the mat; iirtlitn of hla love on Calvary. After I'htllp hud irent'lic(l ihnt he had died lor I hem anil rlnen f...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 October 1908

13 35 w . SV'HM I .' r -CI FQ r v. rr i &r RrrtS' JSkV sr WfQ I ( CAiv) "ZZT7r:&EBLiS$Si&Qr.T&ri!iZmXZ&SF SF555J&0S aef.1 - v- -IB eZ .. f" rj y ir. Via - I if. .- - r' Food i3 more testeiui, Y .jJdifuI and nutri tious when raised with rMmk$ Mr. ctSj S MAiCI 5aunur: 12 f FOWBER nf - 0 The only baking powder I made from Royal I Grape Cream v '-J"'"'I" - '- ... .-Jaw . - . Si ?i - -.-- . - J. .. --,-(,,? . . . i r" ii tm ft -a- rTiafimwfn H r: v- ' V TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt But it is DOLLARS in Your HINT 4 This is Just a of the Good things to be Seen in Our Store POCKETS to trade with us. H t i - i I B- I - 4 t n ." 4 4 4 4 4 4 'gAgityFg 4 y-Zm STUDEBAKER WAGONS. Always in the load, ir STYLE, QUALITY. FINISH, DUKAHILITY, MATERIAL, WORKMANSIIIP.nud all that poes to make a wnRon complete nndpurfect. The STUDEBAKER has stood the TEST for more than fifty years, and is bettor today than ever hefore. The point with owners of Stude-baker wagons. IS, not how much will the...

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. — 12 November 1908

; v -" - a i rT - "trtti ?v, i fflarilijeitbm 1 iiorfc fir VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY NOV. 12, 1908. NUMBER 24 ? CRITTENDEN COUNTY CO'RT legular Term October Twelvlh, Nineteen Hundred And Eight. JUDGE W. k. BLACKBURN PRESIDING. WllKHKAH M. S. Wilson anil others filed with tlio Clerk of this Court, and in open Court on the llth ijy of September, HHI8, a petition signed by more than ten of tin legal colored voters of Marion Common School Distriot No. "IV for colored children in Crittendun county which petition wnu endorsed ly p mnjority of the Trusters of said and hy the Superintendent of Common Schools for Haid County nnd mid petitionee being tax payers in mid Common School District, praying the Judge of the Crittenden County Court to have an order made on his order look, ordering the sheriff, whose duty it i.i to hold Election, to open a poll or cause it to be done, at the next regular state, town or city election to be held therein or on any other day fixed by the ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 November 1908

4 I. H : L R K . W&- FARMERS EDUCATIONAL AND COOPERATIVE UNION OF AMERICA, COLUMNS. NAIION I- Ol lit IKS C. h. 1 k ' i Vict in Tn , I uli nt. I'ntnn Otv, I'n v i i. (il- rn r. 'I', x . : K. "" M (' , iinsas. Farmers Educational AND Vi Wfrr6 sil ;vv.5 wssVaW I Co -Operative Union I Of America I 1 A ft wu.t .it rather. Nobody t::.iw. 01 th- moi" , it takes To k'j the hm .e oj.i htr. Kobod knows if t . d.'li! it makes, Nobody knimii hut lather Nobody's told thai the- boys need shoes And girls' hits with a feather. Nobody pine old clothes must ihoose, Nobody only father. Nobody hears that the eonl and wood And Hour's oil together; Nobody else must make them good. Nobody only father. Nobody's hnnd In the pocket goes So often, wondering whether There's any end to tlio want of those Dopendont only father. Nobody thinks where the ruouto will come, To pay the bills that gather; Nobody feols so blue and glum; Nobody but father. Nobody tries so hard to lay Up something for had weather. And...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 November 1908

S I i y :S f vf i rrrr sr ""- t SGBeMlWj VfV&fnFAU T Tfesio Growers ftdeeting and 7 BT Br BB t if. K T SHEr' ffk riXWKE2 vjmc.viuxj.u The Crittenden County Growers of -the IW i Hi mm ilwi'l r t'bW $& "W tea s t iki Jr 17 I TOBACCO ASSOCIATION.! billet Will Meet In & Bffflffflffflffflfffll flVffflffflffflffH llffflffflfffll Tflffflffflffflfffl HllffHll llffflH llffHllV HllffflffHilk B1 ill f Under ilie auspices of the giizag'aaiLi&JLaii: n to y B fci I'Tirrlif if J -""-' 11 Hi f 1 ! hi "Hhi 1imSiTrf T Committee on rrangementES J. ,- IV?. Jesk-KS r j V,, I -l fe? ,. fT4t iiifv 14ih, SJf's uiiy DESBaBHas&u&iKcxaiisur PURPOSE OF compact organization of the . Wi!itrn, R. F . Wheeler, I I ML co Growers, and a better understanding of the different organizations T & with each other. jL ltaUfcMtJAISC5X:VT7?.: ' TJ 'I! HjawUBW . TrT T JBiy. ' 'Jim? ' ii MMi MHII II II 'Mil IMIIM ' "' M11BBB I If 1 ---- -- flfjMpjjjjjfjfjfjfjfjHjjgngfjfM jr T Prominent Speakers will...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 November 1908

Basis 4 ii ! t F I ft' I f ( s 4i rvsyTS rVvwN I ft GOOD AND REASONABLE CLOTHING WITH THE STYLE ADDED. TO OCCUPY FIRST PUCE In the ready for service Clothing, we have spared. NEITHER TIME, THOUGHT LABOR -0 Or money, in the selection of our GOOD RELIABLE and STYLISH MENS and BOYS CLOTHES Y Mm $8 'vd k CUT FLOWERS AND mm. Irvlnu h. iniNlcrt.1 Buy,s Alarfe Hrf uliiirj Farm. Ltfiiogton, Ky., Nov. !. J B. Hggin. the New York millionaire, w the greatest laud owners Kentucky has ever known, baa decided all the good people ' of Crittenden to seil Pm oi his great farm, El county through the as ne(,rf. This deciaion wa made I can not hear from all of them by Utter, I still like soldier life and think it is grand to be a soldiir of Uncie Sam now, since he has increased our jiayand improved our rations and, best of all. we don't have to "hike" but throe days out of each mouth, and they conio all at the same tune togethor. t. Mr Haggin after election of Hughe became assured living U. Wbeatcroft,...

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. — 12 November 1908

kw V- iReed! Come! Look! Buy! Savelf g With the election over, and the drauth broken, you need winter clothing, and shoes to g "H JWW. ,WW . J. wwaw ..www UMM ww w. . . www .mv w WSSS jvu. g GetClothingThat Fits You. S) Wc have the Suits that are g) "Bench Tailored" and "Finished C) by Hand" the patterms arc Up-to-vs Date, and about the only differ-2. cncc you can see between them Jg and "made to measure" Suits is 3g the g PRICE Jg Wc save you money, by giving 5j you Quality. Style and Perfect Fit 33 & & "- A -Ak T" K W.2ti,iiisl, lre RuiMia George 1 Belt, of lb Sheridta) onghborhood, uas is the oily T- .Mr. d Mr.. U. IS. Olivt arrived font wttfc to vihH hi parents, Mr. and Mr. Jee Ohrr, Mr. Margaret K. Campbell, of Shady Ctrovi), is the unest jf lior datightor, Mrs. J. II, Hubbard. Hov. Martin Millet was callod to Craytic Monday to prcaoli tho funoral sermon at the burial f Mrs. A C Dcboo daughter of Mrs. Taylor. Mr. and Mr Will Glenn, of ur,c tht) uosts of their daughter, ...

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. — 12 November 1908

W 1 r t r i fflTh. 2 "- n evjiu ) n :i.)ii """" .Miss Hard t lit Mrs Kitt I I A K i, 1 I'hilhps ,i:ii l U 'I rU : Keillor. AS IS TIM I'KAUlhK SO IS J'HIi SCHOOL n o aict of these Columns is to help th u i h. i thr . di o I operation an. I omnium i! jq sith frl ' low teacher coi XTYKitvr: jn L IMRLCTOKY Supt John li i'.triN - tt j 'hairman Chas. V. Fox Chrm Piv so i, James Canada. Sec T drilfi a, Ch r m Vi No 2 W D Catiditt Set K smith ChrinDix Nj i I K S J. A Orda thrmliv No . L James Sec 11 n S. Having parsed the must of the ls.ot few ears In the srhuul room 1ip I had 3ii excellent opportunity r Iind otit a gre it 1 mny thing !i.ii' li ii n n.it ur? i aae decided tl at notlun.: tan ! ' more In- fretting tilj't t than a ' ! in'n' il hea t h iio I do not tin ar if i .i i id bo), but 'in . i o'-n in i- fold d ui i s tiny cup, - i ilMtiR or elciin nt if the inichty i'. u s tin- liov i- ill' undeveloped n !!- thiuls ltd plants, and a ' not .in a nun I'Ut af a boy All th t itural re ther...

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. — 12 November 1908

V ," pw K L. G. TAYLOR, D.VS. f 1 am prcp.ircl to render the best" professional r V service in all ditenses of stock. v ($ Call j. answered any time, day or night. w (?) g) Telephone 3 J I MARION, KY. i: .0 m m m m B' 1 Sri0 Mini) 'o i ., -: of liver ani eowoi if jou take h tor ph. ' Dr. King's Niw Life Tillh. They keep ... , . billit lienor. malm m and jaundice on IfyiiuiiK i tn.li nl v. i i ' ujuiir i..it.'.f "fyo"r,,VU'ln nH ' " hllain. u. 1. . hid .. tr.u'e -"' ynu rwi, ,i muiiu'ih 1 .11 irpoui Ormi ' kihI Ilajns St ilru HON. EDWARD W. IIOCII, (jiitrrnor ( Knnim. I jCCrf i W I 7 R. F. DORR Furniture Dealer And Undertaker Viirw TCtirwru Pyy. J-J 2 CAV 1 iz&axzL i; mmmsama Lv.. -. -. -- ka..jj. --- - .-.-i, The Cheapest House in the County, to Buy FURNITURE, CASKETS, COFFINS, BURIAL ROBES AND EVERYTHING IN THE FURfimjRE LINE. Give him a call before purchasing Elsewhere. LICENSED EgflBALMEft. -Af 900QtIO:tQief099tt I ,-. A., ay vVA .J&u. . Keep Your j Bowels Open A Safe Cer...

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. — 12 November 1908

1 osaaasai & see ;t 3.'iA Lit tell s Liquid Sulpha A iI. Samvole Seue1 us ! Oc. in tamp- for a generous ample bottle sent postpaid. .' Company i".r," 2no St. Louii. Mo. KitV&t ee anplicatloa i HAT g Spot i on your skin vhetliT it be on your face, arms, pg or body or takes the fc:m cf a sore throat requires attention. It makes no dLfcrenrc whether it's a red blotch, a sore, pimple, rough place or just something that barely shows any place on ysar ckh or scalp that is not natural or that has a burning or itching sensation needs treatment to keep it from spreading ar.J possib'y developing into that horrible disease Eczema cr a similar l;ojb!c. ZV i Stops Itcmng Instantly If the trouble is serious it will cure it. If it is not serious br.' u uncomfortable or unsightlv it w,!l stop whatever is wron?. A Southern Lady Says : I feel ,t is n.y du.y to writ end let jou knew what a blessing Litt.ll'. Liquid Sulphur has prvveii to me. For -:-i I ijl wti v..'.i a out on ray face, red, . ...

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. — 19 November 1908

t , i - -VJ,- V '',- 'K. (Sfiilriiftm JtjwprjeM VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY NOV. 19, 1908. NUMBER 25 , FARMERS ' RALLY Proves a Great Success Is Attended liy a Lame and Fntliiiiastic Crowd MANY SPEAKERS PRESENT Resolutions of (ireat interest adopted-Want Another Meeting In The meeting of Tobacco Growers and farmers of Crittenden county decided upon by the last County Mooting rf the Society of Kquity was hold here last Saturlaj. It wax a decided micro from start to finish, and refloets rredit upon the Kquity Committee on Arrangctnonta, and their co-operators of tlio Union and Steaming District People. The gathering was doubtless tbc largeU and moot topresontalivo one that ha ever aHsemblnd in Marion at a farmer's roeetine The opera house was more than comfortably fill" ed, many having to stand. The attention given th speakers was perfect and the applauso was the earnest approval of the doctrino that must sooner or lator bring them into their on. The meeting wis called...

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. — 19 November 1908

? y"!l r"rTwww fT - GrtilAlH M4 TIIH Sl'PllKMK DAXGKK. As the formB of this Issue of tho Co-Operator close (Tuesday) tho Rrcat battle of ballots which Is to determine the political policy of the nation Is being waged at the ballot box, and when these lines are sent to the public the result will bo known. Several Issues have been resented, considered of more or loss importance, according to one's views of the essential objects of civil Government. Hut. howevor much good men may differ about the tariff , National Co-Operator. or hank deposit Insurance or govern-1 - lnent by injunction, the disclosures Till. IHl'I'I'ltKNCK. of the campaign leave no room for We notice In this and previous of opinion as to the sues of the Co-Operator resolutions cer which confronts tills countr and letters from locals and members from what is called predatory i of the Farmers I'tilon opposing an wealth. Numerous letteis read by increase in the annual dues and in Mr. Hearst, which passed between the salar...

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. — 19 November 1908

? EQUITY COLUMNS, M. F. POCUE, Editor. Tiiiurcn TiniNns By J. Unburn. Manager u.. hllioit brought baok from Knglaml with him last Saturday week nil the remainder maney due members for tin; It lit rnp. It will be recalled to inmls of nomhers that lull Huttlcmcnth have been made by the Association for all the MOO tobacco Have only that tobacco handled at Sobroo. f'rnl, Dixon and Tildon in tht county f Wobfltcr, and the Harret and Hunt factory in the county f Henderson. Aad just here, by the way 1 docm it proper to Hay that a confusion dwells in the minds of some of the Numbers regarding tlio Klliott factory, I have had members aHk mo, When will the linn I dividend be paid on the Klliott lactory for 11)0(5 tobacco?" And I have- answered, 'Full settlement luiM already buun made for the Klliot factory nothing is duo member on tho Klhet facto-T. The onlv tobacco of tho 11)0(5 crop on which a balaneo is duo is the tobacco delivered to tho llarrot factory and iho 1 1 list factory." As set f...

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. — 19 November 1908

r s mTfJi Ipry laCif J J3i We oH..Onr lfAi nrirfc: STfje Crtttenticn 30th year, Circulatien 4,000. S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered ai second-class matter February 9th. 1007 at the postoffiee at Marian, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. 1 TKICTLY CASH IH ADTAKCK. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copies mailed oj 1 month mailed to any address 15 " " " 9 months 75 " " " ' Jar i.jo rears j.oo CASH ADVERTISING RATES- ajc per inch S, C. to Foreicn Advertisers. 10c per inch S. C. to Home Advertisers Repeated tds one-half rate. Mental bsses only used for Plates and Electros. Locals jc per line. Lncals toe Per line in twelve point type. Obituary charges. Twenty linos frco if subjects family aresubscribcrs. If not sent in by a subscriber, 5 cents a lino for each !ini To regular subscribers 5 tent a line for all ovor twenty lines. In each and every case, oash to accompany the copy, no exceptions. THURSDAY, Nov. in 1908. EDITORIAL NOTES. A man may serve his time at a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 November 1908

T TS-.i WMSmirMM) 4 BETTER AND BETTER 1 If you want the BEST which means the CHEAPEST in the end, come and look through & the different lines we carry and get our prices. & & 0 S) mmillllllllllllllllllllHlilllllllRilllllllllllllllv HHHlllMillllH ikkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkH kkkkkkkkkkY kkkkkkkkkkklv E. kkkkkflkMkp , mmmmm. vkad B J, L' Stewart has moved to his studio on Salem street, over Gilbort's grocery store. He will give, unti Deo. 10, ono 11x14 Enlarged Pioturo of eaeh subject ordering a doxon of our photographs at $3.00 a dot., the regular prico of tho alone. Commonwealth Attorney John L. Grayot arrived in tho oity Tuesday and is looking after tho business of tho stato in circuit oourt in his usual thorough, but fair and impartial way Congressman O. M. James and wifo loft for Louisville today. Mr. James will proceed to Washington to bo thoro at the opening of congress, and Mrs. James, after a visit in Louisvillo and Contral City, will roturn hero tojomain till aft...

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. — 19 November 1908

1 & t f AVuijl -V A' ' " - -W-l "'?- ffr?'7rrTT' yv VM.HAS v- p?r ''.". ?".vs,TpJ?W(PI?n " ffSOEIO IOC or IOC OE 30E SO nwMsj&is &&& &&z SJ s & jka 1908 FALL SEASON 1908. i; e.t. TkA DiooAcf fr& w,6bvw E3U3UIm C3LUV1M S. Miss Hard hditor in I huf Mrs. Kitty I'erry. 1 Kascoe 1 fc. Phillips and J H MiNerl) Vssunate Kdilor. AS IS THH TEACHER, SO IS THE I SCHOOL, therefore the object of these Columns is to help the teacher through co operation and communication Mth his fellow teacher COUNTY EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY Supt.John B. Paris, evofficol Chairman fli.n W Km Ch'rmDiv so. I. lames Enthusiasm draws its strength 1 na"Y Binkley fiom many sources, one is a phisical Presley W atson source, and its name is "Vigor." Whispering is not such a crimo as the tirod nervous teacher would make out Children are not supposed to ! EarI Davenport be as edate as the feeble inmates of , Ercelle Davenport an old folks home. Be reasonable. The reasonable teacher treats ch...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 November 1908

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