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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 February 1907

$: r 4 tillmhm mtm 3Semfd VOL. 28. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 14. 1907. NUMBER 37. HOW A DOLLAR GREW History of a Prize Dollar Won by a Little Girl in a Press Story Contest GREW RAPIDLY FROM $1,00 TO $41.85 Murphysboro, 111., Feb !th. Dkar Editor: If you will allow me space in your valuable paper I will tell you how a dollar grew. Some two or three years ago you requested the little folks to write stories to the Press. So after reading several 'stoiies from the little children, I decided to write one. While I was trying to think of some subject to write on,l noticed a wren's nest in a carpet that was hanging on the garden fence. So while I was helping in a nun a or answering my little crippled sister I thought I would write a tory "A Wren's Nest in a Carpet." I wrote it and ent it in and after waiting some three or four weeks 1 saw that my story was published. Imagine how proud I felt, il vou can. wheu I saw iny story in the Press. Oh, how hajpy I felt ! Well, a d...

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. — 14 February 1907

V - . v- x , tWs gT VV (P,'V?V WHERE BABY WENT Mistake of Farmer's Wife Who Thought Sear Was Husband. Attou, ':i., Feb. o. Mi. James Ingram, wife of a young taruicr, lost her infant in a fearful manner a few day ago. It was agreed that her hubund should meet her at a fence near a small body of woods, take their child and accompany her to the home of a neighbor, where there was to be a dance. When the young woman reached the fence she saw a figure dimly outlined on the Jother side. Believing it to be her husband she handed thechild over as she climbed the lower panel. To her amazement the figure disappeared without a word, taking the baby with it. Frantic with lear, tdie called her husband, whom 'she met comingjtowardjthe fence. The alarm was given and a search made but nothing could be found except the tracks towardi the mountains. There is no doubt but that the bear devoured the child. Even From The Mountains Knllai J Snow Lini.uem i praued (01 the good it docs, A suit' cue foi Rhe...

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. — 14 February 1907

Dortt Suffer !B "RUT as ejehibit dumber Fi-Oe I'll state, dear reader, 'ttvas K& lacv jnuff. a 7 -- - Upon the trimmest form in totem! 1$ JThc Cupid's botv tuas curbed lips tt&ainb Fhv heart St:? need I mete ejcplain'Jr The message, old, yet s-Our nc.&. May soma one iushisper thus to yczx, Jj St Valentines 2& Call A Stow of Cupid's Dan Bu VIRGINIA LEILA WCNTZ Copyright, IMC. by E. C. Purcclls. UT, my dear girl, it's only for one nlsht ' tlte manager be-gait to expostulate. "I won't dress in that pen, I tell you. Of course you think I'm In a temper nud taking advantage of my red lialr and all that, but I'm not. I'm merely tirm, aud you'll Lave no Lady Capulet tonight." Miss Miranda of the Titian tinted locks had been coiislgued to a bad dressing room, a tiny partitioned space three flights up, with a leak m tho roof that let the water through, and it was raining! "Never mind, dear," said Miss Mar-Ion Gray, the Juliet of that night's performance. "You may share my dres...

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. — 14 February 1907

ill &5L w Clje CrUteiiiicn Prcsiafcora S M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. GEO. M G3IDEF, Associate Eii'or Entered as matter June i5th :3r;. at the postotnce at Marion, Kf under the Act of Congress of March :rd 18-0 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH IN ADVANCE. Single copies mailed .. 05 t month mailed to any address is ' " " 1 months j$ " ' 5 months 53 ' ' 1 year 1.00 ' ' 6 years 500 THURSDAY. 1LB. 14. 1907 CONSOLIDATION. Foil bu&ines reasons the Editors of The Crittk.vukn Press and The Crittenden Record have agreed on a of the two papers ; all subscriptions to both papers will be filled by the Crittknden which will be issued each Thursday, except where two papers heretofore have gone to one family, in the future one copy will be sent and full credit eiveu. Thk Pr"Ss- Record will be edited by the editors of the Press and Record, S M. Jenkins and Geo. M. Crider, each of them will continue to no everything in his power to for the promotion of the welfare of Marion and contiguous terr...

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. — 14 February 1907

Dr. Xewconi, of l'epton, was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. L. E. Cnder is visiting her mother in Craynevtlle. J. M. Spickard. of Fredonia, was here on business last Tuesday. Claud Cook ot Harrisburg, 111. attended the wedding. James Canada the Crayneville merchant was in town Tuesday on business. High grade hygienic toilet requisites, for sale bv Mrs. Nina Howcrton. Phone 211. Miss Xaoma Minner, of Tolu, was the guest of friends here, Sunday and Monday. Mrs. W. 0. Tucker returned Thursday night from a visit to her parents in Frankfort, Ky. Luther Travis retuned from Louisville Saturday were he has been the guest of his brother. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riggin, of Madisonville, were the guests of Mrs. Q. M. Conyer, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Guess, of Fredonia. were the guests ot Sheriff J. F. Flanary and mother, last week. We will be pleased to show you the nicest line of valentine goods in town. J. H. Orme's drug store. Mrs. Frank Staton, of Clarksville, Tenn., is visiting her brother, Will St...

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. — 14 February 1907

H A Poets Comer In Valentines lv nOMKli'S iOVE CiT'i'M 1"" H Love II i' piH't mid the funny man two In one was stallotl itt n IlM'ly little tity In North Ii.iUota. He -. PASJ (1 o u I) 1 y stalled, boing l o t h snow Dotiml aiitl broke Hither chain would aold him for some days to To jet out of ton u lie had flrt to j;ot out tt his hotel by paying his hill. This, jowi'ver. was a delicate secret which ae had no Intention of harlnj: with als landlord, who looked upon him as i coleliriij. Hut getting out of town iv. is Impossible even to n The railroads were tightly tied a;; in all directions by vnst drifts of ;.uked snow In the deep cuts, and the snow was tlll falling and still It was not his own fault that the oet and the funny man was He had counted upon reaching the aet town and collecting a fat foo for in entertnlnuieut which he was to give shore before ln money gave out. Now, , '.e knew that lie would miss his date tud that he must "Jump" -100 mortal j miles to hi next engagement,...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 February 1907

Jul You know how quickly Scott's Emulsion enables you to throw off a cough or cold. ALL DRUGGISTS! . AND 11.00. M4HeHON0NOM0NMQNOH0NQNOHMHMHfr Hogwallow News. A bell liu.o been put on a pint at the moonshine still on Musket llidfio to be rung whenever you need a drink. The other bell without a clapper i to be iiM'd when you don't want a drink. -3-??2 I'rnf. Sun nr.iillin will deliver a thrilliug lecture at the school -table Lr.uiil -e that -p. o. door i,Tliey are because nothing' jroes in-entitled to them ingredient, which are -How It Feeirtof:TTCw7 ,1 i ,t n.ht to keep the k,vs out. except exactly adapted :o the purpose for IlltO .1 1'risby Hancock been running two clocks at hi: in the ha about decided to do away with one of them, a- thoy do not tick together, which bothers htm -o he cannot sleep. Mi-s Hosyola played on her accoideon at the Hog I'ord entertainment Saturday night and rendered Home Sweet Home .o affectively that nearly everybody got up and left. A fellow from the nei...

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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. — 14 February 1907

ir u tx rrf.. W W AUCTION Saturday afternoon, commencing at I o'clock we will sell Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clothing, Odd Pants, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Dress Goods, Shirts, Overalls, etc, at your own price. SALE! Opera House Block MdHOII SdlVdgC CO Roy Gilbert, Manager STARR We have had another euuw. Kev. J. A. Davib, oi Tribune, tpent Saturday uiglit with Jim Mc-Neely. Married on last Tuecday morning, Hurley Cues atd Maude Crider. May sunshine crown their liver. ltev. Davis preached a good at Piney Creek on the first Sunday in this month. Since our last writing W. G. Crayne happened to the misfortune of getting the contents of hi- kiu'heu and meat-house burned. We are sorry of their los. Burn 10 the wife of Ed Hunt a line boy. Burl Woodon closed a successful school at Starr last Thursday. Mr. Woodson will leave at once tor Bowling Green where he will attend school. There was a large crowd attended the sale of W. H. Gue-s last Thursday. The young people met at the of Frank Crider last...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 February 1907

N - -l- TX 'TTJf 'Jf 'i rfc s jtvp 1 , "7fT'y 'rryy """- ,-,---.-.- Y ' ' IP "P1CT0R1AL.C0L0R AND . JAAGAZtNE SECTION --- - - - - - JS " k IMv y s iue.,iw. -v -x -". T7J8kVteA3V l K-ii? Re! : iflniaen fcw 50 il tjt v I N 5? est amusement resort in the world in its Conev Island. which stands unchallenged as the most wonderful example of the development of the modern idea of popular attractions presented at prices rendering them available to all classes. Coney Island is unique in many respects, but it was the n place in the world where first class at tractions were ever opened to the public for an admission price of ter cents. The attractions have steadily mproved in quality at Coney, but the pi ice remains the same. Coney has not always been the resort it is to-day, its earlier history was not of the sort that makes cities great or aided in the development of good citizenship. Twenty years ago there were shows there, ten cent shows, but they were not characterized by any attempt to e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 February 1907

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 February 1907

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 February 1907

aw. t. .1 -mm 1 I H K . ""s I n n r K YOU B tej ch M g IMET Ak COUPLE OF YOUMC" IglTTRViriG TO MAKE SNOW .'LS A M D THEM V!OULD THROW NICELY fEWt. BECAITE A TARGET 'ALF ris - i Little Jibe Corncob Gets Up a Tree IWH tVitercJ Wlwiilk mam V ' r ' I r i IWUTRYDIS IT )T WORKS l) . .. "71 - 1, f SCHOOL, I'LL GO-TO 0S WAY -)( oee: deresde.) sBM 7 xorroRROw WD FREIGHTEM 'l RIGHT IN BE. N SfffrCW. N. 1 z:m jjEAcucni; nDDix of C'W J iJi p j TVan TEACHER WJC I X V V ! .uto A 7 dm i If U ; II sm0? LAHE HIM ! REMEMBERING YOUR. OVsfS BOY HOOD DAYS, HAD SHOWN THEM HOW TO MAKE REAL HARD ONES WOULDM T YOU BEAT IT ? nnnwi JTEM.WI ND GOLD WATCH AND 1R. I N G lfiKj B Dcpt. 600, tu TlttfA with D o a I Orytltl l. a a . Lantapw l Fully Lao. otierad I Had r Black, with Hated Trim. mtnCH hand. aemcly da. al(wed hit racial propa for alldea. rnmntpte utth oil lamp and lirga tn n f n t colored illdee bead ui jcar name and (or ooly 24 piece or our oew iwell Jewelry Nor.ttlei. eaiTiellen. fii ell tt 10 cent eac...

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. — 14 February 1907

VOL. 28. HOW DOLLAR GREW History of a Prize Dollar Wen fey i Little Girl In a Press Story Contest GREW RAPIDLY FROM $1,00 TO $41,85 Murphysboro, 111., Feb !)t)i. I ui Kditoh: If you will allow iac in your valuable paper I nil you how a dollar grew, s i,i two or three years ago you ,. the little folks to write to the Press. So after read viral toiics from thr little in n I decided to write one. v - i, I wan trying to think of Mibjeot to writo on, I noticed ,. i noit in a carpet that was i i).' on the garden fence. So I was helping mamma or am- , my little crippled sister 1 M 1 would write a story "A h NoaI in a Carpet." I wroto , rnt it in and after waiting three or four weeks I saw that r van published. Imagine .r j .Mid I felt, if you can, whon xiv tory in the Press. Oh, how i , F felt f a days and months went by . it ine irors mai wic Minor i my address, said I wan the f third prizo which was a N) I tried to buy pig with iar out oouiu unu no dollar 1 luancd the dollar out for i Un...

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. — 14 February 1907

b.c f. fc' J A 4 lj U" p. PI? : 'iir??r ""vo WHERE BABY WENT Mistake of Farmer's Wife Who Bear Was Hasbaad. Afton, Va., Feb. . Mra. James Ingram, wife of a younp farmer, lost her infant in a fearful manner a few days ago. It was agreed that her husband should meet her at a fence near a small body of woods, take their child and accompany her to the home of a neighbor, where there was to be a dance.- When tEe young woman reached the fence she saw a figure dimly outlined on thejjother fide. Believing it to be her husband she handed thechild over as she climbed the lower panel. ""To her amazement the figure dis appeared without a word, taking the baby with it. Frantic with fear, ehe called her husband, whom she met comingjtowardjthe fence. The alarm was given and a search made, but nothing could be found except the tracks towards the mountains. There is no doubt but that the bear dcroured the ehild. Even From The Mountains !Oi i I Simr Hiai la prasxd lot the foat ii 4 a ui cur tor Kkara...

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. — 14 February 1907

l n &11 niht !on3 from toothache neurevl0i. or rheumatism Sloeutvs Liiviiiveivt kills the peari quiets the nerves evnd induces sleep At eJI dealers. Price 25c 50c bHOO Dr E&rl S.SIofijv,Boslor,Mjvss U.S.A. JUDGE BUNK GARDNER nimously Endonsed for Rail Road Commissioner The Manufactures, Merchants and Business Men of Graves County I ION ADOri'ISl) HY TUB MKlK'llANTS Aiil) 01' THIS CITY OV MAYPIKI.P. KY. U era, mr fftlliw lmwwta, Jadge 11 Uardixr, ba aiiuouurrd , adidntw iW Kutlraaf Commiaioner far ik i'lrat Hullroad j . and U , r.a, we have waKUed hia atrnggle through a4vreitj lo a nell d useful imuihod awl one worthy of 4airalkNi nil emulation, Vli.rta. we rettofmteed ia him rare ahiluj, the at meet iHtegnly . mug devotion t public duty wham re r Hd whawtrnr cntrnMed ti(i V luraew. we Uaiiove him thoroughly wahlj ii evarjr uav i per- duties ef.tbo ti&tt to which bo aaptna, aiMl that bit udHiiautra f would ba haraeimd by tbe nnr roaaeiUoe eonrae ae hit rnedhi Ufa, public ...

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. — 14 February 1907

inf wi 1IIILV irnaMf. JoUic N tH.ll !!5?i oruit ivbil .ritol ;. i I a t I,' I 1 "TtinV - Ex Tvv?S Unloading of winter goods, lou prices to sell quick IT'S MONEY SAVED TO YOU QZfyt Crtttenfecn PrcSSCtccorb S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. GEO. M. CRIDER, Associate Editor. Entered at matter lane ifth. :!r. at tbe pojtoffice at Marion. Kr.. under the Act of Comrets of March 3rd, 1870. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION' CASH IN ADVINCX. Single copies mailed .0$ 1 menth mailed to anr address i ' " " t months i months i JJ " 50 1 year ... t.oo ' " 6 years .............. 5.00 THURSDAY, 1EB. 14, 1907. CONSOLIDATION. Foe busines reasons the Editors of The Crittenden Press and The Crittenden Record have agreed on a consolidation of tbe two papers; all sub scriptions to both papers will be filled by the Crittenden Press- Record which will be issued each Thursday, except where two papers heretofore have gone to one family, in the future one copy will be sent and full credit given. The Press-Record will ...

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. — 14 February 1907

49 :sT - . . 12.50 and 14.00 10.00 Suits 7.50 7.00 and 7.50 Bos Suits 5.00 and 5.50 ' 2.50 and 3.00 " r W Nunn.dentut, Press Building Totu Mom left Saturday for- En- hrld 111. T M Butler, of Fredonia, was iu i"a Monday. KUie Wring went to KeUcy Saturday on business. Beatty ai.d Henry Terry were in t.tansville, Sunday. Esq Mayes of Shady 0 rove was in twn Friday oa business. Mrs Kd Walker was the guest of ( aud I'tlcy and wife Sunday. tor all kind of comic valentines, all at J. H. Orac's drug store. MM SALE--Two heating stoves, A. M. Witherapoon. illam McChesney of Mexico was m town Saturday on business. W F. and J. 11. tiuturaervillc, ot Mattoon. were in town Monday. llcv J. F. Price went to Liaiaan saturday to fill an appointment. all and see our new line of comic taiTitmc. .1. II. Orme'a drugstore. eil Minncr, of Tolu, passed thru ' wn Sunday en route to Evansville. Mrs J. X. Boston and daughter s "if spent Saturday with friends at lWjti.n Mr- Adah (Javonder is the guest r Mr, ('....

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. — 14 February 1907

Wi'' r Li I I.'1, L Pnf! ViiiiMt. JgOtticiV :'f r Ml , iJii.k3 & ,Ju if vlui "ordfil't 1 I if Vll' Be LlSff3 iina r L , ,1 Hi' I rii ' LUC x KJNft.7 til Iff WiV'mmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmmvmmmmilrmmmsimm A Poet's Corner in Valentines . bu ROBERTUS LOVE ICorvrlpht 1"P7 hv Ttobertus Lave HE poot nnd tlio ftiuny man two In one wan stalled in n lively little city In North Dakota. II e was doubly stalled, being both snow bound and broke Either chain would old him foe some days to come. To ret out of town be had first to get out if his hotel by paying his bill. This, lowever, was a 'delicate secret which oe had no Intention of sharing with lis landlord, who looked upon lilni as i celebrity. Rut getting out of town. irns impossible even to a The railroads were tightly tied ap In all directions by vast drifts of packed snow In the deep cuts, and the mow was still falling and Btlll drifting. It was not his own fault that the poot and the funny man was fundlcss. He had counted upon reaching the ne...

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. — 14 February 1907

"i r r. i v, ti . a!,, r r PM .M 1 i t. b . gOOflfl"0Hfr0'Miil9ll0ll3lieilCiiCti, h 1 I VI Don't neglect your cough. Stati.tic thow that in New York City alone over 200 people die every week from consumption. And mott of thei consumptives might be living now if they had not neglected the warning cough. You know how quickly Scott's Emulsion enables you to throw off a cough or cold. ALL DUCC3Tfl, . AND M. Hogwallow News. has beiiu put ou a post at tithiiio (still on Musket Itidge rung whenever yen mred a 1 he atktr ball without a asd when yen doa't Inal. "" pradlin will deliver !(ur at the ecfcool hiu ll"W I FeeWtaTi;.) lWn iiertt Hancock whokaa Leu run clock at kia ! in lite bout decided which button him he op. iloorvfo played on iJeon at tho Hog Kurd enter- i Saturday Bight ad reader- r Sweet Heme ao afleetirelj rly evarybedr got op aad ' .! from the iioigkborbeed ef ; ration was buried a lew days 4t the Dog Hill grave yard. t is generally believed that he id there is some room to b...

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. — 14 February 1907

if m it rrrr V Ri I 1 AIIPTIOINi $ Saturday afternoon, commencing at I o'clock we will sell Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clothing, Odd MvullUll x . ,. .. .. , nrfo chirtc ptft , at vour own Drice. g rdllls, ouspenueid, iimiimeiiiineia, uiKsa uuuua, omi w, uw,..". - --. p u . SALE ! : Opera House Block Marion Salvage Co, Roy Gilbert, Manager I 1 pV a.- Pnfl av Mini . WboU" Baatfa itonllj L.I(J 1 3T. f' ' M ItJB't iJs Jtcl STARR We have had another enow. Rev. J. A. Davie, of Tribune, spent Saturday night with Jim Ic-Neely. Married on last Tuesday morning, Hurley Guess atd Maude Crider. May sunshine crown their lives. Jtev. Davis preached a Rood sermon at Piney Creek on the first Sunday in this month. Since our last writing W. G. Oraync happened to the niiesfortune of getting the contents of his kitchen and meat-house burned. We are sorry of their loss. Born to the wife of Kd Hunt a fine boy. Burl Woodson closed a successful school at Starr last Thursday. Mr. Woodson will leave at once tor Green...

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