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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 November 1908

1 W . Main Street. BLACKFORD. The recent rain wa. ureatly appreciated, as many were hauling water for their stock Jjom river, a distance of several miles. A two weeks protracted meeting closed Sunday at the Baptist church, and a meeting begun at the church the same day. Albert Prow and family visited in the country Sunday. Several were baptised here Sunday .as result of the splendid meeting just closed. Several of our tie haokcrs will leave soon for Clinton, La., where they will Work in the fine timber. Farmers say there is but little wheat sown in our county, which means there will be the shortest crop in years. We have a great many cases of pneumonia and typhoip fever in our town at present. Bird hunting is now in full blast and a great many arc being bagged as the hunter.'' say they arc very numerous this season. Wo are proud to say we are having a splendid school this time with Messrs. John White and Willie Stpes ns teachers. Master Lcwcn Roberts, of Ky., visited here Sunday. Wm...

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. — 26 November 1908

r, g? $14,000,000 Will be Pniil to Hurley Tobacco Society for 80-00(1,000 Pounds ' of the Weed, GREATEST TOBACCO HEAL EVER MADE Sale Includes '(10 nod Pari a 07 Pru:os Hcceivetl Wens -III i-2i: mid 17c, t , f 4 'si J f (Stiff mhm 1 VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY NOV. 26 1908. NUMBER 26 GROWERS BET $300,000 IN OUTAGE FEES Interesting Status of the In- and the "Middle Men. Pointed Paragraphs About the Biggest Deal in History of Tobacco Trade. DEAL EPITOMIZED American Tobacco Co. Seller Hurley Society, l'lnco Ijoiiitf villa. TuneThursday afternoon. Crops Sold-- All of litOl! and part of 11)07. I'riccs 20 J cents anil 17 conts. Aggregate Amount 14, OOO. OOO District Affected Contral Ken. tuckv Louisville, Ky., Nov., 1!) The big deal between tho Amorican Tobacco Company nnd tho 'Hurley Socioty, for tho l!)Ot and part of tlic 11)07 crops of tobacco, which has boon hanuing fire for sovoral weeks, closed hero Into today. Tho prico agrcod on in tho transaction, which is tho larg...

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. — 26 November 1908

H i.xy.4tM i l. R I- BV.. RJ ci 5 L J c J- iii.i '"W... . f 4 t,thf xttu.. SKtntn JU i ""fGSV' SOME ANSWERS FOR TEDDY'S COMMISSION. From the Co-operator. "Teddy's commission" of country life seems to bo active just now. Here are some of the 13 questions flung at me for reply and hero arc the red-hot auwcrs 1 fling lock, which will have ahout as much cflVct on the coniiiiiion a water on a duck's back to wot its oily feathers. Perhaps my brother union men may be interested enough to rend them. Here arc the question and answers: Arc the farm homos in otir neighborhood as good as they should he undor existing conditions?' Perhaps so, "undor oxistini: conditions.'' "Why?" Hocaue such conditions should not bo allowed to oxit under a freo government. "What suggestions have you to make?" Repeal all laws state and national, that permit corporations or strong and shrewd individuals to take advantage of the weak and simple. Then enact laws that will restore the Government to its original inten...

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. — 26 November 1908

"SI EQUITY COLUMNS, WI. F. POCUE, Editor. IN UNION THERE'S STENGTH. W feci tliuttho ct"ti ituition in tliu Houth which nmi'i ii itfil to Kotiluckv -lock ruor m no mm. tier prowH oT uc,,rul trrtniinti mi for tlio pl'iutur. The lollowimr die patches allow tint in in it'iiou tliorj is strength Whit ootild int bo accomplished by tho I'. ami (' II. of A. or S. T. A. working alnuo. each in its way, wlinn aidod by tlio poorfnl organisation of "lie New ()rloaii Husinoas Mon, known as tlio Progressive Union, will dultli"s proTo a micccig. This is in lino with ' that old falhiouod Kquity arguments I that tlio fannont and tlioir friondu can inovo tho world. "Memphis, Nov 12, If piano inaugurated today are brought to a huccokhiuI irtstin an organization will bo formed under tho direction of llarvie .lordon, president of the Southern Cotton Asooiation, whioh will have for its purpose the acuouiplihliinont of the objectives of the Sountwrn Cotton Association and the National Kirmors' I'nion, and ...

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. — 26 November 1908

'm n- !l ; . I- ! f., f H" I! 1 IS ft t aw2 Bx2 Something New all the Time A House Full of the Most Desirable Goods The Right Kind! Right Price! NEW DRESS GOODS, WOOLEN, SILKS All the new weaves and colors at prices less than elsewhere. CLOAKS! Ladies anb Misses We have the Stock the Style the Assortment Every one is a MUNtY See Them Good Things. $8.50 Ladies Coat for $6.00 $7.50 Ladies Coat for $5.50 $5.50 Ladies Coat $4.50 $4.00 Ladies Coat for $3.00. Children and Misses in the same proportion. Rugs Lace Curtains Carpets 30th year, Circulatien 4,000. S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. The Newest and Best In the Hat Line Entered ai second-class matter February gih, 1907 at tbe poitoffice at Marian. Kentucky, under Ibe Act of Congress of March 3. 1875. STSICTLT CASH III 10VAMCI. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single copies mailed oj 1 month malted to any addreit is " " " 5 months 75 " " " 1 year i.jo " " " 4 rari 5.00 CASH ADVERTISING RATES t 2e per Inch S C. to Foreign Advertisers. 30c per...

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. — 26 November 1908

"$ wnf i ?Iv ' to mMMMMMMMMmMMMMMMMMM6MMMMMM&& J LOOKOUT! -a ,r ' ' I . V v. n 0 Ci I V v . , We mean for you to LOOKOUT for your own interest, and you can best do this by looking through our immense stock of CLOTHING, CLOALS and SHOES St St and getting our prices. If you are on the LOOKOUT for real bargains in Suits for Men, Suits for iBoys, Overcoats for Men, Overcoats for Boys, or Extra Pants for Men or Boys, we are in position to SAVE YOU MONEY and will do so if you will only give us the opportunity. SAVE MONEY by looking at our line of LADIES CLOAKS All are this season's styles, and we intend to close them out in the next thirty days. Now if you need anything in the cloak line, ynd will LOOKOUT for your own interest, you will look at ours and get our prices. LOOKOUT FOR HATS NEW SHADES NEW SHAPES. You can rest assured that you can find the up-to-date hats at all times here. New line of TIES Compare our 25c and 35c ties with others at50c and the only difference you can s...

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. — 26 November 1908

BH fc .... wmivm - - - F f a I a spaQDfcsaiw c JV3SSW QRSSO' .mdaa tfe? ni Tan m n ta I30E ; E ZOu, . 'SS py 3 3 W t ((( ej OS) . ehoiid uje time is at hand to wo 1 ? .T Efj 3i& ?"c"j ' ' vv& R3& ?. UTPfi U s tgg fc, tw&v - lif v&r f 1 CLOTH I IGi !' J Wli a- fiPlI si ri II," I T,' .47 fit HI if F w 1 if - tffa i r. i n ;JP ti f f K VI 13) laK g?lk AD BOS. iKl TBNBBBkv,l"',0,l Sm 11 'Mbbk rA w I1! Tff EouarioHL coluviv Mi Hard Kditor in Mrs. Kitty Perr J. W Kascoe I V. Phillips and J U. McNecU Associate Eihlor. AS IS THE TEWHhK. SO IS THE SCHOOL the object of these Columns is to help the teacher through c i operation and communication with his fel low teacher COUNTY EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY Supt.John H Pans, Chairman Chas. V. Fox Ch'r m Div so I James Canada Sec. T. Griffith, Ch r'm Div No 2 V. D. Canditt. Sec. V E. Smith. Ch'r'm Div No. 3. J R Summerville. Sec. J. A. Ordway Ch r m Div No. 4, V. L. James Sec. The Teachers And Morals. Wo aro certainly glad to know th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 November 1908

Inlkhmitt&'iJSge tfid I I I V V ' - - 1 y SAtad tlitr woodland "WJlrgSry spory rnaiV rifle echoed Ay tnat aay or aays arew near, . .'n Scenes evershall be (cHferihed Kr' vrs In the burning - I can see the deep 'old Where, the, applbinsl piled' high, uversnaaovea neaps Golden as the sunset sky, r And the casksof new 'fall cider Stood along, the 1?" As the old-time scenes" are fading ufi.:i u.. 2 i Wlillw LIIC 111 C SJUWiy U1C3( - yv - y .. visions or a cronning Are presented to And I almost scent the fragrance ' - Of the mince and pumpkin pies.- "HARVEST HOME" THEY CALLED IT OU Hnollsli Tlnnk?iillnn. of Which Ours Is an Offspring. I'.. :in Thousands of Years Atio. - The Anui .i (in It. unki.nl vlng da In rli Lut Ji'iitr I he unsprliiK of that fi'HHl Wllllil ttl Knglniid i known an ' lUrviiht II. mi"" anil In Sec. and Is called M"ll " liiii ihu giving of lIllll'.kH to Kiltie k'IMl jit the close if the autumn ! f . -nil for the ft nit of tin- earth h .in'''!n. nml ,n l Inn k hh far...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 26 November 1908

I, ' & Main Street. 4mMhmm! ;r Tk ? J 1 :!' u .in -.T- ' An.! 1 ! ' : ' Js I Boll, pr . .1 1. . - 1. us .' )utx&ftbz3titiB!& 1 ? That then Is p- . that tt;,r la tl rtU. And such I f i r r 'm tore From shon lo i n And let our cltar ac lilm Mori, than b. While river and while mountain frame With ua Tlmnk(fllm: to !N name. Swelling the jubilee Krorn sen to Clinton SrolUr.1. in The Sunday OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOK) 0 0 0 o o o o Their First Thanksgiving By CARLOS BAYARD-. 00000000000000000000000000 Si f AN nothing be done?" asked Caroline anxiously. Vance Greenway shook his head. - "Xot yet, dear," he explained. "I have considered the matter carefully and I think It will be best to wait." "It won't make any difference In our marriage?" she pleaded. "We can Kn married to-morrow," he declared. "I want to go to town and get to work on my own hook." "There Is nothing to prevent," assented the girl. "It Is not as though I had a lot of relatives to conBult." "Then let'B bo married...

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. — 3 December 1908

1 Y m VOL. 30 a IT ' MISTAKE In Vote Ollie M. James Robbed of Majority By Error-Majority Should BE 12,372 INSTEAD OF Less Than Nine Thousand As First Reported-Bryan's Plurality 8,381 Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 2 1 . Tlio bwil of election commissioners completed the citai of the returns from the li election, one or two nii(akQi in addition were ditunvcrcd tntiiit wm found that IJr ? ofTioinl plurilitv in Lentucky was S.391. (Vrtifioiit.i were awarded. My mistake iu recording the vote of Calloway county when the official return Mere nude up fur the e.iiiiniHi.iii, Congressman Ollie M James in tlie First distpct, wan out nt about -I KM) votes to which he ws and hi majority was reduced that much Mr .Ihiiics carried tli" First district hy l,373, instead of 000, as wan first (riven out. The election conitiiifMou met today and went over the returns. They found that the vote of Calloway eotinty had bcon tallied, but had been put down wrong. Tho vote for .lames in that county was credited to lVutc...

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. — 3 December 1908

f: nwfi tyy r1 J tVre .KV rrvyg'?' ' .W&WV.'f? l,W,fJ"Cir Wilt I Pacific coast, as workers .. tillers , of tho soil, who are unfit to make the laws of these rnit"d States of America, hut only ,.s laborers. Wo aro predominated by a class of people who sit In their mansions and pnlacps, with all tho luxuries of life at their hand the Irult of our loll. huiI In the event of a action or quarrel out the spoil, things that should belong to us, they come by a flowery tall through the columns of some journal seeking whom the) may devour, our last treasure our vote Or should it be on our product, they do no warn us of th" ctlsls, but warn one another, and there they fix tho prices t .: our crn wheat, tobacco, etc. I cry as of olden times, "how-long must wo stand tho'so evils?"' Or how long can we stnnd such things to go on? Theso gambling dens aro located all over this broad land and country of ours, and how few are tho canes brought to justice by the law, and oven then the court is more...

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. — 3 December 1908

j'TV " y " ,,t' 'tW! " CRITTENDEN COUNTY CO'RT r Turin October iwclvlli, Nineteen Hundred And Eight. lUllfiE W. y IILACKBURN I'HESIOINO. WllKitKAH M. S. Wllnon anil others nietl with the Clerk of thin Court nnd in open Court on the 14th day of September, 11X18, n petition signed by more than ten of the legal colored voters of Marion Common School Dmtriat No. D" U olored children in Crittenden unty wh ich petition wan endorsed by a majority of the Trustees of Baid and by the Superintendent of Common Schools for said County and aid petitionee bring tax pnycrs in paid Common School District, praying the Judge of the Crittenden County Court to have an order made on his order book.Tordering the sheriff, whose duty it Is to hold Election, to open poll or cause It to be done, at the next regular state, town or city election to be held therein orj on any other day fljed by the Judge of said Court in the order, for the- purpose of taking the nense of the legal coloreilTvoters in said School ...

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. — 3 December 1908

rw I :W t I BMbbJbjbJBiEjBEEEBJEE v v 1 -J Ef vc ml I We're going J t o dispQe 4 and ;smaik Men's and Fifty Fine Suits for Men that formerly Sold at $12.50 and $14.00 3 Now $8.00 Ms Bntered as second-class matter February 9th 1907 at the postaSee at Marion, Kentucky, under tbt Act of Conf reit of March 3. iS;g STUCTLT CASH IN ADVANCE, TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Smile copies mailed 05 1 month mailed to any address 15 " " " 1 months 75 " " " year 1.50 ' years 500 CASH ADVERTISING RATES 2ve per inch S C. to Forcijn Advertisers "c per inch S C, to Home Advertisers Repeated ids one-half rate. Metal bases only used for Plates and Electros Locals sc per line Locals 10c Per line in twelve point type. OMtuiry cbarges. Twenty lines free if subjects family arcsabsoribers. If not sent in by a subsoriber, 5 cents a lino for each line. To regular subscribers 5 cent 1 In 0 fur all over twenty lines. In each and every case, cash to accompany tho copy, no exceptions. THURSDAY, Dec, 3 1908. ASKS THE FARME...

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. — 3 December 1908

asts if tf? f f" 2" ' ' ' -A 'v! MMftMMMMMMMM ijHP - '.Oil W OUR LOSS. YOUR GAIN. 1) 0 I (SVY il . 'Ml. 1. Owing to the Warm Fall We are Overstocked in Some Lines, and we gj now Propose to Give You the Benefit of Our-Misfortune. . . g& 3 .aW 4C . taKkbaar i S. iaaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaabw txftaaabM jSN iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW'"Y9BaBlaaaV aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaLH Laaaaaaaav "j w SaaaaaaB sW lJmKr 3 aaaaHJB JaKJ r If 2ft ! " 48 Mr. James F. Crowoll, of Iron Hill, Ky., has cnlistod in tho U. S. Army, at tho army rooruting oflioo in Princeton Ky. Ho onlistcd for tho Infantry branch of service. Ho loft Tuesday morning for Joffcrson Baracks, Mo., for his preliminary training as a soldior. boforo ho joins tlio organization that ho onlistodsfor Ho is to bo congratulated on choos ing and reoieving service 'with tho color" both at homo and abroad IT HAS RAINED, nnd wo havo a big stock of WAGON COVERS. OUR rnne Htcol throughout. OUR PRICES l lUChS ARE IlIGIIT. ARE RIGHT. Olive & Walker I Ol...

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. — 3 December 1908

f llr 31 B U' li' ( ft. 8-i i. U i f: ! IS s n i it rm p!itl tsenoia ine time is ai nana 10 o tef ' W CUT PRICES ON CLOTHING ft 1 I n jek Hb v kflKkiB IkkkB it y kwv ' m J; SAIVI HOWERTON, II if Uaoioi mi 13 - EDUCUIOm COLUMN Miss Hard,---Editor in Chief. Mrs. Kitty Perry. J, W. Rascoe. E. E Phillips and J. H. McNeely, Associate Editor. AS IS THE TEACHER. SO IS THE SCHOOL: therefore the object of thes Columns is to help the teacher through co operation and communication with his fellow teacher. COUNTY EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY Supt.John B. Paris, Chairman Chas. V. Fox Ch'r'm Div. no. i, James Canada. Sec. T. Griffith, Ch'r'm Div. No i W. D. Canditt. Sec. W. E, Smith. Ch'r'm Div. No. 3, J. R. Summerville. Sec. J. A. prdway Ch'r'm Div. No. 4, V. L. James Sec. KOIjL OF 1IO.VOH. For Midway Srliool Third .Month. Fifth Grade Slmcan Hunt, 93 1-9 per cent. Ross Hodges, 93 2-9 per cent. Loren Paris, 89 per cent. Greely Conger, S9 5-7 per cent. Fourth Griule. Stella Elklns. 93 7-8 per cent. Sherm...

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. — 3 December 1908

Wr- f b GREAT I SALVATION II By REV. A. C.DIXON, D.D., II Pallor of thr Clilcnco An. (MowIt'i) ML Cliurch, Chicago. 11 Iks 'It II Tm CV; : rtvuJiiS,,miJl& ffi li It Bulvatlun from tin greatest cxlls to the greatest K'i(I Tlir g r e u tost villi begin with the Hetpint Icttor .s ' Kin. Sick 11 hh ami Suffer I n k Salvallon from hlii, tile guilt ( f It and thu do-Ilk tm nt or it, tlir I owot of It and by and by the pretence of It. Salvation from KUlIt la u km at 8a! wit Ion Prof Tree tnati of Harvard uiilverclt) wiib tried for tuuriUr He vwis convicted, and n fi'v ilujw before tho execution ho made complaint of the guards for mocking til in Mo ald lit heard ull through tbo illicit Kiino ono uttering t)iu iihiiim of thu man for v.Ikihh murder li" wan trlod I'lVOHtlgailon wni innde, and It was discovered that tho guards did not utter his name. It was tin K'Hlt of tin thnt rHiku It It wns conmli in u llttit tillered It The an-clout- In tholr jitct uroit of tbo furies, carh ono wltli a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 3 December 1908

M vl 'J U H I! :i: 1.1 i? i I I I Main Street. Louisville. Ky . Nov 23 Congressman OHIe James, of the First district, stnnned here on his way to farmers were not standlnc touetho give in Congressman James said that during the recent campaign, Oov. Will-ton mnde himself the Issue and poked fun at Clarence Lebus organized at Clendale which meets every two weeks The subject for next Tnursdav night. Nov. 26, 1 90S, is, uosoived that there Is more pleasure in pursuit than possession .somo of the best speakers the county affords aro expected. Ever-one invited to attend Hurrah for Taft' The Commodore mines have been n full blast since the election, under the management I A " -' . zzzss rriT, mtiivzi Vil - -M J Jt ' xq.vfc.j, 'iyife m 5. m i tt.aaHat STUDEBAKER WAGONS. Always in the lend, ir STYLE, Ql'ALlTY, FINISH. DURABILITY, MATERIAL, ORKM ANSI! Il'.nud nil that goes to make n wagon complete and purfect. The STt'DEBAKER has stood the TEST for more than fifty years, and is bettor today th...

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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. — 10 December 1908

late tl2 r . &ikJ ..''. .'W - mtifltnhml Itmth & VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY DEC. 10, 1908. NUMBER 28 HUGH LYON EXPLAINS HIMSELF TO TOBACCO GROWERS Give Growers Their Money First, Let Managers and Employes Wait. ASKS FELIX G. EWING PERTINENT QUESTIONS Lyon County Growers and Caldwell Coun ty Committee Meet At Kuttawa December 12 to Take Dcfi nitc Action. lMihvillu. K., D.c. 1!)0K. To Kvery Tubacoo Groaer l M- nf tiiont utter con t c in pt Mr King .M ited in Kuliawi 7lh won'd be slinxr ii mo mid inv rflioltitinn adnptod by Lyon utity vror that day. regtirdlots of tin" iiriiiy u ill uid nml unilt:innt itatrmenu in lo my view, reg .ird I os tint tinnv of in y "tutemeut Im vr beii misquoted, anil onr iwitinn misrepresent XI certainly admire tlio Iset 1 1ml Lyon count? growers have ienxj enouuli to know unit ap prelate the h"tfits that sli'Mild Iio dorivcl from organization ami liui do not appreciate the re null tliit wo hiv reepivrd from lhi' m intion management ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 10 December 1908

1 f If. S CHOOSING THE BEST MEANS MAN'S business Judgment la often revealed In hla ahaloa A of the means of communication. Some men have a tendency towards the use. of the teJephene, the letter, or Interview, without due regard to the question of what la the best method for the object In hand. Any rule would vary with conditions, but soma general observations are worth considering. A letter will nearly always reach a man and receive his attention, and he cannot Interrupt you with his objections until he has heard you through. A letter may contain the thought of hours and yet be read In a minute, while conversation might be like the first draft of the letter which, on second thought, you discarded. An Interview is usually best when an exchange of opinions Is necessary to establish an agreement. In some Instances nothing else can satisfactorily take Its place. Often wetks of correspondence could not accomplish aG much as a short Interview. A telephone conversation gets quickly at the ...

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 December 1908

it Mr- I j "t a MEMBER "15 Of the Stemming District Association Read YOUR COMMITTEE Says Concerning the Classification of 1908 Crop of Tobacco. Henderson. Ky . Nov 24. 1908. Th tln Members of tin- BtemmlnK District Toliarco AMmclatlon. llffiin' u Iji'K" HtrlpiiliiK ill" th crop f tobacco your commlttou h in cull our to .il it riiiiriiiiniH In ri'Kiinl to tin rlitDslllcntlon of It. In order Hint "' fariniTH of !!unlrtinn, WeliHter, fnlon, rrtttenuen ami nnpKinn counter) n'nlvf thi' KrontUHt posblblo benefit from tb' pniHfiit crop. It In Hint tin' tobacco bo w'll picked. clnHni'd ami nftVml fr uVJhery In kooiI order It In now the Intention of tho Hint ymi'thortiUBhly grade tho IiiIi.wtoh mini I iik to color i ml iiunllty No abort nml Ioiik tobacco an1 to offered for delivery In the Mime clnhft, nml nil bright mid dark tobacco are to be kept entirely fepnrate Kry farmer's crop will, of fall Into one of the follow ItiK prudes Crnde No 1 miiBt be line, select tobai co (irmle No 2 Hhould ...

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