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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 February 1909

I ll r """ nun) 4444444&444 The Markets 1 T T TTTTTTTTTT tTTTTTTTTtt TTT LIVE STOCK. Loulsvilc, Ky., Fe b. 3 Cattc mar ket steady and fairly active. Steers. Good to choice export $ 5.(X'a6.00 Fair to good shipping 5.00 6.50 Gocd to choice butchers.. . $4.50 a 5.00 Medium to good butchers.. -1.00 a -1.25 , Good to choice stock ers 3.65 a 3.85 I Medium to good stockers . 3.00 a 3.25 Common to mediun stockers 2.50 a 3.00 Heifers. Good to choice butchers 4.00a 4.50 Medium to good butchers 3.7f a 4.0 Common to medium 2.50 a 3.25 Good to choice stockers 3.00 a 3.50 Common to medium stocker-ere 2.0Ca 2.50 Bulls. Good to choice butchers 3.V5 a 400 Medium-to pood butchers... 3. a 340 Fair to good bologna 3.00 a 3.35 Ccmmen 2.25 a 2.75 1 ' Cows. Good to choice butchers 3.50 a 4 Oo Medium to good butchers.. .3.00 a 3.50 Common to medium butchers 2.5032.7. Canncrs and cutrers 1.50 a 2.50 Milch Cow3.i Good to choice milchers. ..40.00 a 45.00 Medium to good milchers 30.00 a 37.5o Common to pl...

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. — 4 February 1909

vSach cmiiplctc. n t. ""qp.iW I&&&I1&,Z3.3,&&43, $ Southern Agriculturist NASHVILLE, TEIMNNESSEE For 40 Years the Most Instructive and Southern Farm Families (0 50 Cents a Year One Copy Free (?) FURS- WANTED -FURS Want especially SKUNK, MINK. RACCOON, FOX, OPOSSUM, OTTER and ML'SKRATS. Ship your prsduce to us. NiiMest market prices for tildes, Wool, Tallow, Feathers, eeswax, Dried Fruit, Medicinal Root, Ginseng and Horse Hides. We are Dealers and Exporters. No Commission Charged fforPrompt Return. Agent for largest tanneries in America. Established 1868. Reference any Rank or Merchant in Louisville, or ask your neighbors whe ship to uh. Shiping tags and prices on application. Try u.i with a shipment. ISAAC ROSENBAUM & SON, 321-323 East Market, Louisville, Ky 3) I G TAYLOR. D. V S. - m - - - , Am prepared to render the best professional services in all diseases of stock. Calls answered day or night. " Telephone 321 MARION, KY. '&&'&S&t&...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 February 1909

m wiiwwwui i pii iJiium P S'ppM i"W OrlWHta SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. By Virtue of truces due eouutv and J. F. Plenary, Sheriff of Critt?ndon County, for theyetir 1D03 amounting to the mm of $ 1, or one of my Deputies,- will on Monday, the Sth day of February. 1A09, between the hour of 1 o clock p. in., and 3 o'clock p. in., at the Court House Door in Crittenden County, Kentucky, to 1TBLIC FALK, to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, tho following propc ty (or so nmoh thereof as mav be noccsary to satisfy 'he amount of the taxes duo aforKsaid and cots) towit ; Mahion Xo. 1, Givons, J. W. 29 aoros land near Marion, tax aud costs $14.80, Leander Mineral Loaee, by C. K. Wcldon, tax and costs $(5.3.'). Hill, J. N. ,T' acres land by Jno. Long, tax and coit, $7.35 Wr ! is -.' rr McDowoll, .1 H 1 lot in Shady Grove, f f.r Oldman, Miunar 2S acres ntar Jno Martin, tax and oost, 3.0 Tollov, C 0 r0 neros near Simpson tax and oost. ti.Of) TowerySCIot in Shady Grovo. tax and o.i. '21,00 Willia...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 11 February 1909

y When yon think of cnling, TO The Old ReSsabie $ ,l Pierce Buildintl, IRION fireen ithnw more appruclatlon of the hi'iieflt of Inning the Stnto Normal School In their mlilrit and show till appreciation in Hiihstntitlal form It wax not at all unlikely that tint olil buildings anil alte will ho Hold nnil the Normnl School moved to I'aditcnh or one of the other points In Weatern Kentucky which are mt) anloua to K"t It and whlih will offer Nplendld Indiicuments KDITOUJAl. NOTE. After reading the above n citizen of Marion wrote Prof. Crabbe ofTurinK to donate 100 aerufi of land near Marion for a Hitu for the "Western State School." i Under ilnte of February fltb. 1M9, . Prof Tmbbe ruplitf aa followa "Dear air. I Imvu jour kind favor oj February 1th. for which I with to thank you. SlmuUI the aite lechn(rl I am aitre the IkNinl of i(eK?nt will bo j clad to conaider Uio prnpoaition whidh you make. Vurv tnily youra, J. C. riMUHU, Suporin total out. era, as in Scotland, or I'tiritun, an io K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 11 February 1909

rVvll i(k 1 . r I HI t f I H ' I m i m I will sell goods till late Tuesday Evening J, FEBRUARY S6th. 1909.1 At She t Great 4 4 4 t 1000 Yards Calico at -lets Men's oOct. Winter 4 " .$1.00 Overalls for 4 " 1.00 Laundried 4 " .50 Laundried 4 " 2.50 Hats for $2. " " " 2.00 1.65 4 " " " 1.50 1.15 4 " " " 1.25 1.00 " " " 4 1.00 4 2 lbs of Bulk Soda for Per Yard. Underwear for 40c Soc. Shirts for S5c. Shirts for 45c. 00 .85 5cts. , 27 Men's Ready Made Suits go at 33 1-3 Per Cent Discount. 4 Three No. 45 Chatanooga Breaking Plows Steel Beam $7.50 Each 4 One New Royal, 7 Drawer Sewing Machine, t Boys and Men's lOct. OutinS for 10 Per Cent, T I want your Poultry, Eggs, Butter, and other Produce. T Who will drive away the New Birdsell Wagon? A chance to Get it Ticket. 4 4 4 N. Crayne, EPlCATtCML CCllMN Miss Han! I'ditor in Chief i Mrs. Kittv Ferry I, W kascoe. V. j. Phillips and J 13. McXeclv. Associate ! Hdilor. j 1 AC IC TUT." Tir fl1l7 t? SO m TIIF SCHOOL therefore the 'object of these" Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 11 February 1909

'i "" 'ii iln'lil' '' i nil";-- I ALCOHOL 3 PERCENT- W W slrailaiingrtKtborfamJReOiia Be(3 CngllicStoaBdBwdBowdtoC Hftfjfy Promotes DiHonJCVmfl B'fl ncssandRatjConlaluKlir .j!, Opium.MorphlK ncrMiciL 1 Not N ah c otic. S) lion. Sour StowotmraMt tV WornufonvoWmJhirofc H nrss wd Loss or Sleep. Mr, &0S3Z K WEW YORK. 4 CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper Subscribers Who Know a Good Thin When They Sec It Read What They Say. Midland, Texan. Jan. 21, 'OH. Mr. S. M, Jenkins: The reason I have not renewed at j snbscription for the Priam is that we have moved to Adams county, Texas, and aro lift miles from a post office. Hut there will bo an office here' in about two months, and I will then send the l.f0 for the year 1909, Mrs. Vona Johnson. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature t. v.r of In rVF Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA twt mihh mptmi, tw t rr. Leavo your laundry at Ramagc's tin shop- Enoch Fritts. Dr. J, N Bailey, of Krcdonia, assisted bv DrH....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 11 February 1909

vM ?777 A Clean out of all Our SHOE I E2t CLOTHING It's Just Before Spring-time BARGAINS I MJh ill it BEr W.ja Never before have you had this chance to buy Suit-Overcoats-Pants Our goods were bought cheap for the money and we must have the room for our big Spring Stock HIGH GRADE CLOTHES Lowest Price You Ever Saw. Come to Headquarters and get the LOWEST PRICES. NEW SPRING HAT for MEN and BOYS CASH ADVERTISING RATES ije per inch S. C. to Foreign Advertisers. c per inch S C. to Home Advertisers Repeated ads one-half rate. Metal bases only used for Plates and Electros Locals sc per line. Locals ioc Per line in twelve point type. THURSDAY, Feb. 11 1909. Thc subscription price of the (1ITTKNI)KS Rkcoud is (and has been sinoe thc consolidation of the two papers,) $1.50 per annum, ANNOUNCEMENTS. County Judge. We are authorized to announce E. B. FRANKLIN, of Levias, Ky., a candidate for County Judge of Crittenden county, subject to the action of the Republican Primary Election, to be held M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 11 February 1909

45) m. a.amb mma.. 1. $ A QRbAI MOVE g U And it is moving your way, with some of the greatest Values ever offered in Crittenden S County. We are closing out some Suits, Overcoats, Cloaks, Furs and many other articles 2 S at prices not met by others and at Values not often found anywhere. S S Many have profited by looking at the clothing I NEW GOODS I New Things From I GOOD SHOES j that we are selling at the extremely, low figures. LOOK HERE!! 5 ONE-HALF PRICE. $) 15.00 Suits 7.50 C 14.00 " 7.00 Jg 12.50 6.25 10.00 5.00 & 3.50 to $4. Pants 2.00 4$ ONE-HALF PRICE 3 COME AND SEE THEM Ticket Given 2QWIU1 Each 'lt Pack PnrrhnQ ihoauh white citizens lived there as irrly as 180,rt. M diy K. H. Fasnklin, of Lovias laonhccd as a oandidato for County tifn subject to tho action of tho cpulican primary. Geo. Conyor canoed for Jailor and II. H. ienaB for Assossor. Marion Gradod and High School preparing to colobrato the iaI anniversary of Lincoln's birth Jebruary 12. Bldor ). W, Flynn will p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 11 February 1909

I )Kti I nai ' I. SI Si ! ?. l 1 w v . 'l ' r STRANGE STORY Brother ol Chicago's Mayor Tells ol Firing Bullet Ending Woman's Life. j Chicago, 111., Jan. 31. George Buesc, brother of Fred A. Ku-.se, j mayor of Chicago, tonight accident ally shot and killed Mrs. Ljc'ius C Tnckcrman, thirty-two years o 1 d , j wife of a fruit doalor at Milton, N. Y. The bullet struck Mrs. tho heart and she died instantly. The shooting occurcd in Walton ayartment building at 31)5 north Clark street. Mrs. Tuckorman was visiting her father, General A. C. Girard, rotircd who occupied an apartment in the building. Shortly betoro 7 o'clook Georgo Basse in his apartment across the area way was demonstrating the use of a revolver ioMiss Bertha Lambkc, bi bouse maid so that she oould employ the weapon in oaso of burglar?. Suddenly the revolver was discharged and the bullet went through two windows, and,1, crossing the area-way into tho Girard apa.tmont, pierced Mrs. Tuckcrman's heart. Mayor Busse was prosent at...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 11 February 1909

ll I i. i ii I ' i Mill fnl'ow " yf 9 . . A wtfwwnMimit "ir i i in (lit IShiiIii mill Tn ki rfiil r s After Monls. I .. l,"of tlllll Mill I , ' Ameii .1.1 .!. - 'list ' itli luat com- 'I i mil 1 In .my Th i i iit iiin is )-. ll i II ill Mi i1l' tt lllllll IIJBt. It Is mnd (Jilt from any kooi! ji I'Miiliitinn pliurni'irv Klulil Kxtrnct 1) inlf llf.ii ounce: Com-i mill Km mm one (iiiiico: Coni- ponnil Sviup .S.irsaparlllu. t h ounri" Mix liy slial.liiK In n bottle jfinl tn K In ti'Mspoonfiil doses after cadi meal nnd nt bedtime, TIiobo I : For a Limited Time YOU CAN GET THE Louisv e Times 'Regular Price $5.00 a Year AND THE Record-Press Both One Year For $3.50, The Louisville Times is the Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere. Has the best corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest market reports. Democratic in Politics, but fair to everybody. Send Your Subscription Right Away to this paper not to the...

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. — 11 February 1909

1 HE I &g RlfWVftlllM T9?jf 5 'ffi CmCK30KTQfaaK3CKIriSQMHlKSIH Tribune. OWe(WJflI5CiOShIHKUO5nt Some sickuoss in this section. Mrs. J. W. Katou is reported sick ut pouio better. An infant of Andy Hurley is mo: Fanners arc trying t got thoir tobacco haulod oil. Twenty or thirty wagons passad hurc Sunday night botwoen ufid night and day. Most overybody is dono stripping thoir crop. Candidates arc plcutiful now. Jtvcryonc is needing the office worse than his neighbor. Sovoral of our farmers are done plowing their corn land lor next spn planting Karl Dollins finished hauling off his tobacco Saturday .H-"!"!- i iron Hill. a, 1 Miss Mary Towery becan school ia the Linb district Monday, T. L. Walkor is visiting his sistor Mrs, William Phillips in Arkansas, who is afflicted with cancer. A new baby arrircd at Shorman (Jurry's Friday. All arc doing well. A largely attended meeting of the A. S. of K. and F K and C V of A at Udcsa laU week unanimously Toted to pool tobacco again. Our poopl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 February 1909

v , 4?i x - Jr-T' ,y- '" 'jpr J?. - 'cj vif&tribtn Mtmth wV . VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY FEB. 18, 1909. NUMBER 38 1 DEATH ANGEL VISITS And Many Beloved and Respected Citizens are Summoned to the Great Beyond. YOUNfi AS WELL AS OLD Mary Klixa Nowcomb, conxort of of Joixph Ncwcomb, wan born in Crittenden County Kontucky, .June 7. 1 K2 1 She wait tho oldest child of Chan S and Kllcn Amorill Ciin. She was married to Joseph Ne renin b January !, HfiO. She and )ur lni. bami walked I In- nhadfit and sunshine f lifo together for fifty-nine yearn To thetn woro born eigth ehililren, fire of whom are now living 1 1 or children living are all married and ire ealcstnrd n our beat itizeus and useful families. Mrs. Newonmb iid February 1U, lnOO, aged H'l jjsrs, eight months and fivu day. 8ho was a tiiet woman in the homo, nover givon to oKcitemonl or undue enlhuini on anything that titurpirod Hho impressed her crul dreu with tatr tiint and noble bearing and left deeply itnplan...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 February 1909

gS'Tyjgjftg I i 0X V---- ' JC when In the city. Give us a call and our C K word for it you will not be disappointed. 2 Next door to Taylor m m Ca vender. HUBBARD GROCERY CO.,:: MARION, KnnKKKKKnx:u;tHKKKKKMMHKKK NEEDED In Taxation Fifteen Years Has Elapsed Since the Adoption of Present Constitution What Kentucky Has Lost by That Period, Is Not Seventeen i';n h.it clap--' 1 since the adopt Ion b ot lis pies tnt constitution Wh.it it h.is lost by Us system of taxation dining that period. It is not possible to estimate In th-' it which Its the home of the writer of thin paper,, one after another business men who hml been horn there or had made their homes there for vents, have been compelled to exchange their Kentucky homes for residences elsewhere to avoid the pavment of taxes upon shnres of stock in business corporations which had already paid taxes upon their entire corporate property in the State of their location. The men who hae left Kentucky for the reasons mentioned were Rood c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 February 1909

TO frjytgppyfrnif F-W jpa;iH rv" VTV yy n n " 17 r " Wfqjf r r ?n w iwwnr ' Ji M ALCOHOL 3 PKK fKNT (hcRNxf amlRrdtia llngilicSiofladis andBouclsol' IVomolcsDicstlonflrdu! ncss and ResLConlalns ntfer OpiuM.MorphJne norMtaenLj ISOT NARCOTIC. "aa aa t aaaaaaHa AjnfoUJkSaMUUVVm Apnffrl Remedy for Cbw 1 ion . Mur Momacn.uumBn Worms .ComTilsVms Jornsk ncss aiul Loss of Sleep. FacSuwIt S!iunut of NEW YORK- Exact Copy of Wrapper. Oliver, The inventor, Dies. Chicago, Fob 'J ThomiH Olivor, inventor f the Oliver typewriter difid Middonly today from heart tail um. Mr. Oliver with hit wife, was al a railroad Mat ion road- to start lor Pino Mull. Ark., whou lie foil over and died shortly after. At Pino Blufl. it wa Mr. Oliver x intention to loftt a tnnoliitio which he had rct'iitly iuvoutcd and which he dee 4 rod would revolutionize tlio cotton idtiMry, bem a (Jcvico, which wan to do away with tho work now done by li.md. Cures And Prevents. W. T Ballcngcr, Lexington, Ky., aJ "I have mod Bourbon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 February 1909

III ' r. m 1ft ' tit ' Jr Iff i? IR 3 ' ' t i ,. .m r ; ri ti i t , '-! -. , li f l i 1 If t ; 4 7 MffJ TA i l 'i 8 ft $ 4 v- WR A Clean out of all Our CLOTHING Never before have you had this chance to buy Suit-Overcoats-Pants Our goods were bought cheap for the money and we must have the room for our big Spring Stock f HIGH GRADE CLOTHES Lowest Price You Ever Saw. Come to Headquarters and get the LOWEST PRICES. NEW SPRING HAT'S for MEN and BOYS S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered as second-class mailer February stb. 1007 at the postofhee at Marion. Kentucky, under Ibe Act of Congress of March j. 1879. STMCTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Sinfle copies mailed 05 1 month mailed to any address..... is " " " 1 months 7j " " " 1 year 1.50 " " " 4 years j.oo CASH ADVERTISING RATES- i;c per Inch S. C. to Foreign Advertisers sac per inch S C. to Home Advertisers Repeated ads one-half rate. Metal bases only used for Plates and Electros Locals scper line Locals 10c Per tine...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 February 1909

Wt)WWitMMMSMMiMMItmmMWMMMM THF C( n WAVF ..... MFT . WITH WARM PRICFS . I g ..... VVU .T. ------ ...-.,. - The best opportunity ever offered to secure Suits, Overcoats, Cloaks, Extra Pants, Win- Sj g ter Dress Goods, and Heavy Shoes, is Right Now. Don't wait until your neighbor comes gr .... .. ., IS ! KV19 HIV WllVIVViii mwi s L- I- 'S) You nood not think we Stolo these Suits and g) Extra Pants, because we are sellingthem at these -Cs prices, out we must mane room ior oprmg uuuua ?2 LOOK HERE. 15.00 Suits 14.00 " 12.50 ' 10.00 9.00 6.00 ' , !i? ...& .s 7.50 7.00 6.25 5.00 4.50 3.00 Just One-half the Regular Price. TOBACCO CANVAS Some Odd Sizes In Pants $4.50 &$5. Pants $2.50 $3.50 to $4. Pants $2.00 Some Boys Knet Pant Suits at Less Than You Can Buy Them Wholesale. Rov. C. R. Kinnon, of the Gener al llaplint church, preached here Sunday and Sunday uight. Hih wore both interesting and instructive, and our peoplo would do well to heed them Dixon Jour nal Burnett Mooro. of Tol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 February 1909

I I if j' '.' 6.E: I I ' m ft ll I I? I' k r tr c -- r jp i v, i v m.r. Jim.. . THEIDpYAGE By fi ANDALOpSffl&gffimilSTRATIONS BY PARHISHBrrffSEARBORN MfcLVILL CHAPTER I. In Which Begins Adventure. Some may question the truth of this narrative, yetej will scarcely be found among mose who "go down to the sea In ships" To them the unfathomable mystery abiding upon the face of the great deep, the constant marvel of huge, heaving leagues of watery solitude, secret and profound, mist evr remain so vast, so Inexplicable, as to be beyond any interrogatory of the finite the strange, the qnexpffttod, lurking everywhere. To 'ethers oar landsmen, confidently laaglniM 'hat all phenomena can be ircdccei't r, thin the contracted limits cjfl itart I ompreJienslon, I need say MBO!t im that witnesses still stir-lira to oorroborate the principal Incidents ui tills story, which I now purpose writing in the full glow of a memory still dominated by the events to be recorded. It had come to be the 5th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 February 1909

1 '$' rj, ..-J - - '7W f fr " fMI m - I -V - ITf f "W ""Sflr'l v WjW' "ajV"' p . For a Limited Time I niikvilip 1 iaiiBu C VrTT r'AM 'Regular Price AND Record-Press Both One Year For $3.50. The Louisville Times is the Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere. Has the best corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest market reports. Democratic in Politics, but fair to everybody. Send Your Subscription Right Away ' to this paper - not to the Louisville Times. This special low olfer may be withdr.ivn at any time, SO GET IN NOW. This rate is good only for MAIL subscriptions, and we cannot accept orders for THE LOUISVILLE TIMES where that paper has a regular agent who ftrnishes papers by the month. Two Papers For Price of Better Not Get Dyspepsia If you enn help it. Kodol prevents Dyspepsia, by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion. But don't trifle with Indigestion. A gront mnny people who hnve t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 February 1909

r . -:- i ! B! --'?'ff f "j y -1 5 ' . rwT, rrm I IllltJ '-i- s4. r jMirglisWfcjwafVa.ii Chapel Hill. J Stripping and handling tobacco if the order oi the day. Fred Brown, of Crayne, was thro' tbis neighborhood last wock looking up the boys who owe Dr. Cook. Tom Cochran has bought out Jake Oridcr and Jake and Mis Sallic will leave for Mississippi the first of March. J. N. Hill, or Crayne, is having serious trouble w:th rheuniatism. He has been suffering with it for fiTO months and still ho is not able to bo up .lames Fowler and family are on the puny list. Bad colds. Uncle .Toff Yandell, who is about tho oldest landmark in this neighborhood, is having good health. Mrs. Jefferson Yandell is in bad health. T have a sow and eight shoats for sale, Oc a pound all round W. II. Bigham. W. G. Conditt, of Dean's, was in this beat Saturday and attended the funeral of W. W. Stovall. Mr. Stovall was burried at Chapel Hill cemetery Saturday. Brother Thompson and Bro, John A. Hunt conducted the f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 February 1909

HON. 0. M. JAMES Mr. Oi.uk M. Jamkh .said. Mr Sl'KAhKU I am opposed to the passage of this bill, because it is not only violative of the letter and the spirit of the Constitution, which we have taken xn oath that wc will uphold and support, but it is special legislation of the most pronounced character. When the Constitution was formed by the fathers, they exhibited oxcceding great wisdom in providing a constitutional bar against a Senator or Member of the hjtise Houc vot ing to pri'ate no nflirp or to increase ihp pay of an office and then become a benefieiarv of hi own art. In other words, it is made impossible by this constitutional inhibition for a member of Congress to vote the monev of the people out of the Treasury indirectly into his own pocket, and therefore they were nude ineligible to either hold office created during the term for which they were eleotcd or to enjoy the increased salary of such office during tho tinio for which they were chocn. Tho constitutional provisio...

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