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

'i .-y s H I $ $. u r i. Is i" IV L'fii t 1 t T 3 :-$ t" f m Tt-i. T'J, " OTTf ,T3t - MARCH 11th, 1909. PAGE SIX CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS. THE I Hf W 1 WK IlK I . .,- -,-, - Uy MANlAJL.JLCiS!rsMKrSH PARR5SM4SI) waw Cf icetetpratr tr "i mrt rx n U t! I) II Ll AwCTrccra, ir iJ Zy CHAPTER IV. In Which I Meet My Crew. The polite hotel clerk halted mo as I paused his desk on the way out with Information that a drunken naval o Ulcer evidently Sanchez had been there twice nlready Kecking me. had also nsked for Lord Darlington, and would return again at ten o'clock. I thanked him, smiling to myself, wondering if the Knglish nol.leman was to he challenged nlso, and promptly disappeared into the night without. The unfortunate affair with the aggrieved lieutenant hnd become a small matter no longer troubling me. I have wandered by night through most of the seaports of the world, knowing well the intricacies nnd dark placos of Port Said. Melbourne nnd Calcutta, hut 1 doubt if even the unspeakabl...

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. — 11 March 1909

Jt. Tpcfi f4V PAGE SEVEN CRITTENDEN MARCH 11th, 1909. UNITED STATES INVADES CANADA! SKcriitary llacun's ISU Cuuii Brlllsli Emlussy, i;;tii(tilli!ii fiiivrirniiirinl .Kill WilSlllllSlUII IN WILD ..! fEVOtOYEK MISTAKE Washington. 1. 1! a. Secretary of Stat. Hubert Uncoil Ihih nt Inst jiitliml li" appointment. Ily u nti'ik'1 of diplomacy h not only fleeted an armed Invnslon of Canada Mil secured tho withdrawal of t li pi!ltlon with tho Iomi f man ir gun and without an open declaration of hlwtlltles hy the i. of tli .a Hrltnln. At n- thin', however. It looked b.id ..i.. I tin- combined effort of tho ..ki )i i.illroad. the Onera! Stuff. tin- I). i.irimint of Stt the llrltlaU KihImmo hi Wnahlngtnn. tho United Htnii nt London. nm eminent, and the TlrlUHtt were required to avert disaster to the American army of And at the end of tho drama, nlinllar to mmij othnra. en-Id Theodore lloottev ult. Onl Small Army. To begin with, the army of Invasion wiih weak iiumeilrnlly. of two light batteries ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 11 March 1909

r esWiee W'p"" 'V'JW rrxrrT "ST e r? Vti '5Pr fflijij; .y,..f. ,, i PAGE EIGHT CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, MARCH 11th 1909 It M! B r v R . i (as E Steutau of Breezy News Items of Interest That Our Reporters Have Gathered During the Tcek t. , S& STARR. Mr?, Joe Hunt isick. John Siglcr is moving. Another wedding soon! Candidates nrc stirring. We need a spring school. What about that 'phone? Uur sick people are better. We arc building new fences. Public roads arc getting fine. Lewis Gues is building a bam, Joe Chandler came in Saturday. Farmers are burning plant beds. No storks been round this week. Prayer meeting is still m progress. Three year-old initios going at $12;") Church at Pincy C,rook last Sunday. Bert Bradley had a working Friday. Charley Hunt's wjfo is on the sick , list. 'Merry spring time" will soon be l !,,. i ., ,, , I he lire ud Pros feroe are jollr I , ,, " follows. I th nk I Buh "whaeking" the ordor ofnuw by mean- of ppucial the day, J. A. Thomason is improving in ...

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

X . f &r n ' ' - 1. r ."-. - -" A. 's i?&$ OL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY MAR. 18, 1909 NUMBER 42 inTny lup irn IOE IOC "75i rnoK? OE $50 TO B E GIVERS AWAY O I mem JcaoWtiv v "to t r kJ5 'V -' jSk !! E? A soect our excellent a o I O ttJfZ 113 assortment of stvl ish Spring Millinery. We will show an exceptional ar ray ox rj iyhsh. street and trimmed indthefa:r,UtU3 A.CH" Mm rtrirnmed i juihriery". TgJK A. S- CAVENDER 1.1 H.TWT J Wearing garments made by S. E. PERLBERG & CO. Merchant Tailors, Chicago Is an assurance policy againft dissatisfaction. High grade materials perfect fit skilled man-tailored, work not duplicated elsewhere at the same price. Drop in and look over our complete line. Salts Made-to-Measure, $13.50 to $40.00. TAYLOR & CANIYAN 'XQ PORTEH illll. OEM. xfSmjrw IIL Id' Iffil V fcS l? "MmSlJ i fct kolVortvr Hill wm born, 2.ni, IxW, died. Mar 11th, at ! c.Vwl p. m , il itfhiy AtA hc. nt on days He was married to Mi Hoacn.! Artermun, Sfpt :S'I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 March 1909

Sr ! PAGE TWO - CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, MARCH )8.h. 190 9 S Girl Killed by Bull Carlcton, Mich , March 9 Returning to her home at the llciss farm near Seaficld, Miss Heek Hoiss, accompanied by her favorite doe, was chnrged ly a bnll as -he was crossing a Hold. Mis lleiss fled for tlic fonco and tho doi .charged the bu", on him, bnt was throw 1T The hull r. rho i ho niinj an wh"ii "! Iiaii come within n few J steps of the fenee. Ho caught hor on his horn- and hurled her ni;"n"ti, f,ir the barror. Then the, dns enme up j I nnd ot o huv that the hull turned his whole attention to the wouum' defender Mi- Hois ot over t lie ' fence when the dog let go and leap cd to "ifory BART JAMES UEAB. Bart A .Iamr, widely known hero, died unexpcctedlv at his home mt immi m n" entp'fi) J i. ".-. the latter an employe of Hensley, under ' . ' S J MM iW a large hearllmoiit) at the old if the late Nathan H"--, newr Paint liick. in Garrard mijs adispitch from Danville The rich lui'l been pine d there dii...

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

'U- ''ih Tf" r ft Tff "'VTT" "T - - 4" 1 " Js f . f. t? rf i fc " ' r' . t""'SSaiw lMe "(,'"; R THR CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS. MARCH 18th, 190 A SQUARE DEAL assured wide-awake eople qualified in lommeroial and branches. UNQUALIFIED 'oeition, unaertain. Salary, poor, 'romotion, doubtful. QUALIFIED Position, sure. Salary, best. Promotion, often. NOW is the time to write for our new oatalogue which gives full particulars concerning courses of study and cost of tuition. Don't delay. LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. Evanaville, Ind. SEEDS Frtih, Rtlltblt. Para Suirtnlitd loPlnit trcrf iimiir fii F'Unt . ulfltf.tt c tirr rirrrttl f I 1 f FOR 10 CTVT5 , K II &. & f 1 rAMniic: "J r nivi v w ' I ytf. Mpa, T.-.I. I ,1,. trt.M K.rfl.W p.. 1ulM.riaf C.l... I , ralkroa N. I . 1U. II l.rl.il.in... (i..r -- WrlU 4 . ,.flliii fc4 r t MOr wrt 1?S Ho r HI -' TEI.FPHONF.S SHTCHBOIS A1 . L I Kl.otnc Light II . ' I 'phnne Sup- Ti! (" I 411 I .1 linn t. (((Hi i f. I m for In I ont Cati 'wti No Jns. Cla...

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

satfaaftim.7utaff0KZXif''' ' ' " Tr- """ .at cw MIrMMM j:ii .iinLijulwuw"""""! 'nMwaT1"1 MARCH - . . , . MO WlEPgp Spring Clothes FOR MEM AND YOUNG FELLOWS Who are Particular .SPiifi To know, to eMecm, to love and thefi (0 patt, Make up life' tale to many a feeling heart --Coleridge. With us, law is uothing unless cloBe behind it stands a warm, living public opinion. L( that die or grow indifferent, and statutes are waste paper, laoking all executive force. Wendell Phillips. If your businesF he it large or he it small docs not return you a salary for superintendence, interest on investment, and a profit after all other expenses are paid, there is soinethiug wrong. You oiiuht to take stock ol your methods, Irland Printer. Mrs. Boy Winn deal). Mrs. Roy Nunn, of near Sullivan, died at her home Sunday night after a long illness of Mr.sa Nunn was the daughter of Thos. Brooks, who lives at Sullivan, and leaves a husband to mourn her fate, their only child dying while an infant. She was u ...

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

k TOBACCO A CANVAS i hVa fnthcr, lion. L. H. James, and family. They returned homo Thursday. Newest models in Spring Millinery and Ladies' wear ing apparel at a price for every purse, at Mrs. E. L. Franklin's, Salem, Ky. tf Hon. O. M. James, who was here for a few loft list Thursday for Washington. Mr. Jamt'H was iniusu 1 1 v ull and hid friends h'r in i !' 1 it with pleasure. If You want the "New w hh ii in. (i to Tiiinrfc' NODDV iiiinss in Suits, you should come and look at these, we will not compel you to buy, but after you see our 'Bench Tailored" and "Hand Finished" Suits at about Uic same price you find Hand me Downs elsewhere, you will hardly leave without buying. So if you don't want to buy you had better not look at them. TAYLOR & CANNAN F.W.Nunn, dentist, Press Building Mrs Minnie Shutilosworth, of Kords Ferry, i UMtiiu licr sister, Mrs. Herman ShuttloMtfori'i. i the Princeton Hotel. Cldoll Co News. Mrs. Marshall .lonkinn ai.d daughter, Linda, roturtiod Saturday mornin...

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

m it "ftti'y.w,, ,,' I pi ! jMWwi'WBwny 1 1 ,, i ii immmtS' u.... ,. innniii - vrWOrt 'H ! HiHiiyyjH ".; PAGE SIX CHITTENDEN UM.U.M.. THE LAjOjipYAGE TmS bKSI TlKFIr::::::::::: I mil HW Pi-IX- VmlfL. BlssssV llUIH J"vJifc.iyrtliF Tg"rBlss SBg4BSSSssW BV PANDA. Lllaa&kM?PT3Wlr i(rvl'AMinKlV?.'i'?r U UUI llliLL1" O! gT -y - - yjw m Sa ' ... IA- rtnln the Deck. I' " - Uu" llenso iinl,d I , a moan , I carefully upon -i.. ,i. ...o i moio some of the stalls of our night s work. For the llrst time I clearly rvalUed the desperate nature of this adventure upon which 1 was t.o embaiked. Could we once attain the yachts deck and mnke our attack with suillclent swiftness to prevent the discharge of firearms, the rest might he accomplished without great risk of discovery, barring some unexpected mshnp. The very audacity of such an attempt was stronglv in our favor If we succeeded In silently warping the Ksmeralda beyond range of the guns of the shore batteries all real and immediate danger wo...

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

y Tfc.i4 -4-J - '.-- PAGE SKVEN - N K. MARCH 18th, 1909 PIE EA'ILR. Chicago l,i(s Would in t u Building i:vi diiv In the venr OhlcaKo Minim' in f Jiihl a little moro tiiui h.ilf mi .11 ! of pit- A moro i i' hi iii ' it v iiiii h rvi as i llpill IKIIH I mf for III IN'' liiilldluK ixl ik pltii ,m !i( aa lie t lull liHiip)i..iiH down the liiiii.lH nf C'IiIiiii;ii x L' OHO 000 of iihuliitiititH ew twoi t hours. I Ills ilniniv I Id In confection weigh HlHt about WVi'llllti'll Inns, nml If placed Kldi'unya would offeetunlly oiiti.il from the curious any which tuny lie uuoarlhod vvhon tin wrecking crew roach the lowest basement of the city hull. If vou inn iniiniiKo to illgoat those Uku s iH easily us ChlciiKo does Its p.o h re urc n few moro to tnoklo. Time nri uu uu uvoruuo 70.000 phH mummied dally In thlH city. If iIimho ilnlutha were hullt up In n slender little column, ono on top of another. tho would form n plo tower C.2B0 feci IiIkIi, or Just nhout times ns IiIkIi as tlio Masonic an...

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

PAGE EIGHT (E16HBORHQ0D tm I I Chapel H.fh (Delayed from last week ) i Wo Hill, or Clay, vm? the pucst of.). N Hill, of Cray up lnt we,!.. . .mi I i .- lieu Allen ana wiie, W uus iruvc. visitod the ume gentleman nt the frame time and place. H. S Hill had a fine two ycar.old colt to break his leir lat week- u. M. Franks wa called in to struct it Charlie Hill and wife, of Kanas, were visitinc in this neighborhood last week and attended church at Chapel Hill. Jamc N Hill is having a hard time with rheumatiim The boys are hauling off their tobacco to the pool warehouse and arc treated all right. So pay the boys. , We have lots of plant beds burnt and sown in thin precinct. Our average crop will be about the same as last year. Miss Pearl Hill will teach the school at Claylick, beinc her second school since fall. James Fowler and family visited their friend" in Marion Sunday. Miss Ruby Bieham is at Crayne visitini: her sister. Jake Cndcr and his sister, Miss Sallie, will move to Marion. S...

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

.-'. ; V.l' ! - I' .; ' ritinuten ItaaHrb M, VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY MAR. 25, 1909 NUMBER 43 r CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION-JUDGE GORDON PRESIDING James Herron Indicted for Man on $2,500 Bond, Returned to His Home In Illinois. "ALLEGED NIGHT RIDER" CASES CONTINUED UNTIL JUNE TERM OF COURT. Ernest Slaydcn on Trial for the Murder of J. W. Sullenger f Full Synopsis of Case Will Apear In Next Issue of the Record-Press. James Herron who surrendered to the authorities after the killing of Fred Daughtery and who was enrried to the Henderson jail for safe keeping, where he has since been confined, was brought here Tuesday on the 11 o'clock train following the finding of an indictment, by the grand jury now sitting, for man slaughter, the enalty for which is two to twenty-one years in the penitentiary at the discretion of the jury. He was accompanied by his brother several friends nnd went direct the Court house from the train. Judge Gtnlon fixed his bond at J2500.00 and It w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 March 1909

" " c ' ' " Tpr THr fr$pw ;n TT WRf ' .VV ? ""VS" T&r , PAGE TWO CRITTENDEN MARCH 25th 1909 "5s fl fib sb ffc ffc fli fl fl ffe ffc flh ffc flh ffc ffc ffe db t& & f& ffe stf Jin? s NEW GREAT SPRING Opening Sat E3 Marion rl ir ;1 fciV SFo47 ft WW J K AT THE FOR 10 DAYS, BEGINNING March WHTvahagacggg: FURNISHING GOODS. I Lot Men's UVkf Regular Price .05, Opening Iiale Another Lot, Former Price 10c, Opening Sale NECKWEAR. Bow Ties Former Price 25c, Opening Sale 35c. and 50c. Ties Going at UNDERWEAR. Spring and Summer Underwear, Former Price 25c, Go at 50o Values Go at MATS. All Kinds of Soft and Stiff Choice and Pick, Go at Remember that these Prices are only good for the Opening Sale. I I Town and County, and to .'dvrrna my go i !s. and to show you that we give yo advantage or this Crcrrt ., s I luve come to st y for the I enefit o will be a benefit to both, Th-i h you very much for your kind patron :gc so far, .02 .04 .05 .19 .17 .33 45 Sale! New York BargainStore YO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 March 1909

' .J of these wero in his heart for I have bowels. Children especially like Ken-seen them themselves timp nedy's Ltixntivo Cough Syrup as it !. i nml nnnrtit IiLm mnnla tail- .f . VIM... VU,. .unnver nnvi nun T " " in his prosoiioo an hour in my life that ho did not disclose happy charity toward tho poor, home deep revereiioo for the bible, some " j Wellington, Mureh IS. pasinn for tho Stnto "d . Hcnta,iv .lames, of Kentucky, wants Nation. Ho never hid by pelJulHpt0 ow t),,. prosont nititudo of nneriain or eccentric speech th..sU j ,jcnt pMf, j JC,JnH ,( tlt, income elements of greatness from those wb.i ,.X) nld ,. in t rort uool a resolution looked with any dcurec of I t,Mlav t0 pnicnro thu information, tion upon his life. His noblene i I could not bn hidden, by small eceen trioities any better than you miu'd veil the sttuto of Liberty with a handkerchief. Hut all this seems cold and formal ' comnarcd with mv best memories of . t ,i tho man, 1 was but a noy and ho was old in yoam w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 March 1909

w fc " Cf)t CrttenDen 301b year, CircuUtien 4,000. S. M. TENONS Eiitor ana Fukliafaer. Botertd as secoad -class matter February Sib. K07 it the pottofice at Marion. Kentucky, under e Act of CooireM of March j. 187. iTBICTLT CASH III SDTABCE. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Single copies mailed os I month mailed to any address is S months ... 7$ " " " I year i.$o years $.00 CASH ADVERTISING RATES. 15c per Inch S. C. to Foreim Adve rtlten. tec per inch S. C. to Home Advertisers Repeated tdi one-half rate. Metal bases only used for Plates and Electros. Locals sc per line. Lccals ioc Per lint in twelve point type. THURSDAY. Mar. 25 1909. 1 The subscription price of the Cbittexdkx is (and has been since the consolidation of urn Trpr ) 511 pr annum, ii ub!cnbern who renew I ft.r 11)01) (aid ui 'l rre4rJ we fi(l )Z-,' it., f 1JM .j e tlilr UiOUH . Art Exhibit. Arrane ar rapidly nearing' completion for the Art Exhibit wlr.ch in to he held in the Anditnriutu of the Marion Graded and High School, March...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 March 1909

ilH v k it i ';? 'VT;vv H ' Vif ", Kf.- 'r . -'" Ei l ge nva. Y'M CBITRENDEN RECORD-PRESS, MARCH Cth 1903 :. v.flr :a i W 3 AT WILL BE THE VERDICT?! 0 ' 'S VU 5 YOU ARE TO PASS UPON THIS CASE. We propose to prove beyond question, that we have the prettiest, and most complete stock of Spring Suits for Men and Boys. Dress Goods, White Goods, Silks, Lawns, Batistes, Linens, Spring Jackets, Embroid eries Laces, Rugs, and Druggets ever shown in this County, and its up to you now. No matter how hard you are to fit, we can fit you in a suit No matter how hard you are to please in pattern we can please you if the cloth is made, and if not give us time and wecan haveit made If you want something nice in knee pant Suitsyou should see ours. We have them in Plain and Knickerbocker. Tobacco Canvas t Do you vvant Something New in Spring Dress Goods? Then See what we have in store for you. Compare onr line of25c ties with other people's 50c ones and you will find the difference is 25c. ' Just In r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 March 1909

ft k . bt i' " ; v v , B ARCH 23th, 1909. PAGE SIX CRITTENDEN snaaanart jar: BX n by THE LAS, CHAPTER VII. i In Which I Suspect Evil. Early dawn rfiolnnl us In sodden I gray, me sun a si ..p nss moil or hum red, with no vstlR of Its polden light forcing passage through those dense clouds of misty vnpor closlnc us In as between curtained walls The swell of the sea was not heuv but the pervading gloom gnve to the surrounding water a peculiarly sullen appearance, through which we tore, reck less of accident, at full speed. A new hand was at the wheel, Johnson having gone bulow an hour sinie but 1 Btlll clung to the bridge, my eyes heavy from peering forth into the foe- bank, my rl r "n? s-'den with the constant d-';. Only n fw of he icn were vt "jV or four sr ' abcrit the cap stan on the fi i le head, and as more g..:' -1 along the let sV of tr char ' I! Ideally reg ulai wh'iImwi" il!ta' closen, und a portion oT the trew had l en turned In for theli trick blow. Tuttle himself, clad In ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 March 1909

EH i r J ict'r. .- ,r ms s Jf m a:: m? f -it vfi' i ( V, ; -.y . J7" "'f.V V 0 SEVEN CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, MARCH 25th, 0 & Icohol ot needed ycr's Sarsaparilla is not a rone drink. As now made. Lerc is not a drop of alcohol tl it. It is a innlr Ind alterative. Ask your own Doctor about vour taklna fhte nediclnc for thin, impure mood. Follow his advice kvery time. He knows. A W. X'ubiitli our ruruul! sl m i.inlah Util yers from our m4lcliia V urrit jou to contu i jour doctor M V.i l.:. y m legs, body, hands or feet? na lo mm) us ewry Sunday, Tor wo got ii every yutiday morning. Hf jwi'tt'iilly, Wai.tkk I) Tkiuiv. An Old Bunk. Wi.. ....:...--,..l uilniii uurl Cnltl or grand fat Iht'h books. Lfittcr Frnm Kansas. "VC'hatisthe first great t . ... ,. i. .il', " out nf , uouncu ....., . K'i rcrlv. ' Keen the howeli i hen ask him another quet. .. ..! ii.ini An..'. Uear iir: Mr. S, M. Jenkins. Please find enclosed t'pation'" 'check for one dollar as renewal for .. Ijhfl IlK(;oU( ,lllKU...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 March 1909

, . . .i . :n . , i,Ur, but refine to j 1 1 r nk"iiii I'levfijiid, Ulll 1 ia el. ' - IVakino Powder Ibsolutely Ture L1 Willio Whitla, tho missing ohild, has just been returned to his father in tho Hollondon Hotel. Tho lad walk co into the lobby and was grabbed bv his father. Cleveland. Ohio., Maroh 22. Willie Whitla, who caused the pnlico of the entire country ond'ess worry cinco ho was kidnaped from school at Sharon last Thursday, was returned to his f,uhor at Uollendcn Hotel hero tonicht at SIO in compliance with tho entered into hetweon the kidnaped boy's father and an j aconl nf the kidnapers here today. ThVliov was placed on a street car on tho nut skirts of the city and started to the hotel shortly after S o'clock. Two boys recognized tho lad nn tho car, and, taking him in charge, conducted him to his father, who was waiting according to a prearranged plan which he had followed at tho dictation of tho kidnapers. The boy wandered about the hotel lobby unannounced for several mi...

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

.' '' 'rr7 .. '.'J ', ' h tifljeit&w ft PJK J30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY APRIL I, 1909 NUMBER 44 iCAPES GALLOWS BY NARROW MARGIN-ERNEST SLAYDEN GIVEN LIFE SENTENCE For the Murder of James Sullenger -Jury Out Only Fifty-five Minutes-Trial Lasted Nine Days-Three Days Spent in Securing Jury-Two Special Venires Summoned. HARDEST FOUGHT CASE (Ih J. W. HumiKK) ' Afier deliberating lifty.fivc ulcit ihe jur 111 tho care nf ih rniiitiinnwcalth against Krncsl Slay den d'urifnc lnni with the murder of .J iiirn I' tMilliuger. returned a crdiot nl V''t charged, " and fix I ni: hi h putiiMtiRiciit in the peni. tnntiarv for ifn The cae, which wai one of the 1110M interesting in the criminal annal of CriMenden onuntv, dragged out niuo day if trial, throe days of which linir was spent ia pccuring a jury. Two venire one of 100 turn and a second of 7ft men, were almnt exhauated before a jury wan found The case wan one of (he harden fought in the court here aince the trial nf George Sisc...

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