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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 April 1909

r .M!'.UJM" ,fi " ..' n IPMLf ft f APRIL lrt,!M -AGE TWO CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, - B & ln fi' ?f Rr 1 MS3i 5r m m ESCAPES GALLOWS BY NARROW MARGIN When the case was called on Wednesday, March 16th, both sides announced ready Jor trial. A conference was then held between the attorneys and witnesses on both sides, court being adjourned for that afternoon for the purpose. Tho following day the task of securing a jury was undertaken. In the test of the regular panel it was soon found that a special venire would be necessary, as only two men were left from the twelve of the regular panel. Judge Gordon then ordered a special venire of one hundred men. This number was summoned from the extreme eastern section of the county, and were in the court room early the following day. One' after another of the first venire were turned down, and before the jury panel had been finished, both the Com- monwealth and defense had exhausted their challenges. Only eight jurymen were secured from this v...

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. — 1 April 1909

kw.sr.y,, ,,' TSr ll if.''' - - X .- t . 1 il ' - 'V 4 . .a iu CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS. ! THREE APRIL 1st' 19 . h IW ROOSEVELT WILL , SEEK Theodore Roosevelt, ttfty years of ;e. having on Mnich I. with his re- iri'iiiotit ii h rresiiioiu f tint rutted Htntcs. completed over twenty-live years of public service, him 10 take rest nnil Llnn In a two ours' trip ntironil, tiulf lof wlilch will !) spent In Africa tin- tier thi? British ling ns ii fiiunul nat uralist, and the other hnlf In KH rope i vlnlt Iiik at least three of tlio big capi tals At the bond of scientinc expedition outfitted by the Smlthsnulur. Institution of W.'iHblngton ho wilf, with hi mm. Kornilt. and three American natiirallHtB or note Major Kdgnr V Mourns, J Lorlng Ahlen and Edmund make a ot nmniiiN bird, reptiles In-reels and bothnlenl specimens of Central Africa, which will lie deposit-d In tli.' United HtateH National Museum ut Washington Tie p.trt leaxe New York City nliout the middle of March, going li tln Meillt...

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. — 1 April 1909

i -' v' ' s- c f J-v ?". v "; - , ; Jfj " i. jy.v ?' n a- B F- If-, ' . . B ft V- ; E" A . 7 I.V Jfe V . !' I I K ,: P AGE POUR 3The Crittenfcen 30'h year. Circulatien 4,000. S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Entered ai matter Pebruarr 9th, IQ07 at the postoftee at Marion. Kentucky, under Act of Com rtt ot March j. 187. txiCTLr caea ia aDraaca. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION SlatU copies mailed... 05 month mailed to any addreia is 1 monthi 75 " " 1 year ' t.so reari J.oo CASH ADVERTISING RATES: ijc per inch S. C. to Foreif Adrertiieri. ice per inch S. C. to Home Adverttieri R-p ated d one-half rat. Mi ... Im-. only uked lor Platei and Electros. Loc.U scper line. Locals toe Per line in twelve point type, THURSDAY. April 1 190U. The subscription price of the Crittendkn Record-Press is (and has been since the consolidation of the two papers,) $1.50 per annum, however, to subscribers who renew for 11)01) (and pay up all arrears, ) we will give the 11,00 rate this month. Love rules the court, t...

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. — 1 April 1909

n Si s S f 7 CS w y Plenty of Tobacc Canvas -Pr sl n Tip. v "". .' T CRITRENDEN RECORD-PRESS, APRIL IstMOt K 11 ft 1 .BBfew .BBBl MBS - - MB lB he Center Of Att r a c 1 1 ong High Class doming at Reasonable New things in Dress Goods. White Goods, rices. Not the ordinary kind that you pk a.0. rA'Fr T ' ' ' Bif v SBBBBBBBBBBawav BaHBBBa (. Linens, Extra Wide Embroideries, Fancy and Plain gfc Nets. Come See Them ! ;an tind anywhere, hut yon will find here clothing that is "Tailored on the Bench" I - mid "Finished hv Hand." Guaranteed to hold their shape and color. When wc sell yon once we c xpect to sell you again. Our line of Boys Suits arc Just as "Nobby" as can hz. Don't fall to sec HaHaMiHiMMtMMMNMa a?fawBaWBaiBWBBwaBiBWaBB them if you want Something Good. Remember if you want a good hat and one that is strictly up to the min ute in style you should see the ones we have and savemoney See our line of Shirts at SI 00 and Compare them with Others at $1.50 See our Cfct line of 50c w w ...

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. — 1 April 1909

: -? T T 'A-' ' I - w" ' ' v .- .-,- I PAGE.SIX CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, AP.1IL la. JiC9 v: MllaMHHHaMHBMnHrlJBIBmanBMMaBMM TBELASflK By b andallHKuistrations iy PARRISHS&CAKQORNMEIVILL unAHi tK VIII. In Which I Begin Discovery. Stunned by this abrupt disclosure of the extremely dangerous we were In, I found no Immediate voice for reply, merely standing thine as If petrified, staring at them both, cap In hand, grasping the edge of the door. Their faces swam before me In the gray light streaming through the stern ports; the maid already attempting a as though her fears had subsided, the mistress viewing me In wondering perplexity. She It was who first succeeded In breaking the embarrassing silence. "Hut, senor, what does this all mean? Why are you here on board the yacht?" With strong effort at control 1 brought my senses together, fronting the disagreeable situation, feeling myself scarcely less a victim than she. If all that I now dimly suspected proved true, about us both were...

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. — 1 April 1909

Si If )& lfcl Tfc "g"l i T I h 1. 1 ---H - j," -" "r . ' T "Ti " 37 &JK' Tk." ' .V V 4 CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, APRIL 1st, 1909 fc fi fit fft f f fl 4b fli flj ffc ffe $& ffc tfb ft 4b ftj fte fi ssf GREAT SPRING Opening AT THE m iW IMWMMM MM MM IM aMH as we have only one object in view and that is to turn the stock into &$ give to the public of Marion and Vicinity the Greatest Opening and Slaug T here to stay, and to advertise my business and for the first Grand Openin - FIRST TEN DAYS SUSPENDERS. 25c Value Suspenders Go at .14c 50c Value " Go at 19c SHIRTS. Shirts Worth 75c. Go at .44c All 50 Cent Values Go at .29c CLOTHING. Men's Pants, Value $1.00 Go at 69c. $2.00 Pants Go at $1.25 $2.50 Pants Go at $1.60 $3.00 and $3.50 Pants Go at $2.00 $4.00 and $5.00 Pants Go at $2 90 SUITS. $5.00 and $7.00 Suits Go at $2.50 S10. & $12. Suit Go at $4.90 $15.00 Suits Go $6.90 $18.00 uits Go at $9.00 $20. and $25. Suits Go at $13.50 Boys Suits go at Halt Price. NEW : New Yo...

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. — 1 April 1909

T " V 1 '3 x PAOE LIGHT CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, APRIL tot IH i ?. -. EW. "T SM i IEHHB0RP NEW. Chapel Hill, Sunday wa9 Hro., Thompson's day at Chapel Hill a large crowd and pood sermon. Miss LoIm DanicliK, of Fords Ferry, was the piles of friends and rclathas in Crayuc and Chapel Hill last week. Miss Hin li Threlkeld, of Craync, was th; guest of Miss Ruby Hicham a few dav. Ia.t week Cal Adams io down to see Henry Wheeler's family who are down sick most of the time. TT. -I I1T V....J-II . -1.1 1 , eat land mark tn our midst, is ve fcnlc and complaining very much, Mr. Jessie M inner and family l visited her parents, Mr, and Mr9. William C'ark. of Oak Grove Sunday Oscar Lewis, of brcdonia. visited his parents, MV. and Mrs Bill Lewis last Sunday Isaac Hunt and family, of l'leai ant Hill neighborhood, were the guests of Mrs. Hunt's ninth JJJJ Mr-J. C. Long. Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Jennie Clement. of this pbee is visiting friends in Pleasant HiH neighborhood this week. Ruby Bigha...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 8 April 1909

Kverj i orirtrd il. V IKERS, NOT WIND JAMMERS Needed by the American Society of Equity Until We, Through Thinking, Learn To REASON AND REASON ACCURATELY OUR EFFORTS In inn Kev.ilulion W.ll ni! Fruitless -This Was Written and Prinlnd lor Vim, Mr. KiMriiT. fROMll)iJV.M)lin!iVii JUH.V HIirulMlilfllH. Mental (Hiwer is the rosult of thinking. Mer memorizing of what others have done is not organized thinking. Organized thinking comes whenv -I ih n Ii I'IuhI net n fli'flnii.' iiik x-d hen dot ui mines and applies the . . nd mean necsiry for the accomplishment of that Usk A, S of K. W'trk call for just the organized needed curt- tical purpose H life. It is a mental activity out of which grows skill in doing, and "Kill in d hm i urn of the chief pur,Mes ot A. . of K. education. If the puroose of the A, S. of E. is to secure equityand fair dealing in A V BIB'S "i X. y i lW I There is one great advantage M wearing good clothes ; And that is if you can't talk your clothes can. S. . Perlberg 4 C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 8 April 1909

a d'Mfc a. w 4ftmrvaumwawno' f AGE TWO CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, APRIL 8th. 190 ESCAPES GALLOWS BY NARROW MARGIN 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 (By J. W. Hutchen) The defense caused Hutchen to admit that he told Ilobt. Sullenger that if he insisted on keeping back what he knew about the case he would put him in jail. Hutchen said he did it because he found the boy had knowledge of facts that would tend to throw light on the case and refused to tell what he knew. The next witness was Mrs. Jen.iie Morris. She almost positively identified the pole in eviden e. There was followed by Mrs. Allie Sullenger, who was questioned mainly about remarks she overheard Slayden make, and her evidence was mainly cumulative. She was followed by Mrs William Clark. Mrs. Clark told the racking horse. She said in about The next witness was Frank Miller, jury that lo...

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. — 8 April 1909

M' '--'- '. . -. IT- J,fc f - y -,, v tl IL 8th, 1909 CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS. PAGE THREE! W. CLIFT STANDS IY FARMERS' UNION. s Union Was Not N to Raise Prices and Nothing Use, lint lo tVtLOP TRUE LY LOVE AMONIi FARMERS. All riassfis ol People n! All taps- iions arn Organized Why Nut Thn farmers? WILL HEEr ANYONE WHO DISAPPROVES OF FARMERS' ORGANIZITION. V rd - Kerry, Ky . March 20. "Oil !rr Kditor: lit the iuo of the Tt Pre for March , (hero ap peared another article frotn T, W, More in wh'eh ho ade n reply to i letter f February 2.V An ho nrt eein to undcrtand me elear lv will trv, in more extended article, to inform him jut what I think alinui the Farmer' Union and thcr union, among the farmer. In the firt place the Farmer' I'iMnn wa not organized for the nirpne of increasing the price of product and nothing ole. The parpoxe of the Farmers' Union in to ct he farmer together and unite them to develop a true brotherly love among the farmer, and lo advance the interests of farming i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 8 April 1909

H s' ?! i i t M . i 3 u 1 t I 'i I ; ) -ii i' J i? m This is the most dantrerous time of MSF mat' vSl f Ii & I 11 w ii w Stye CrttttnDei) 30 year Circalati 4.000 S. M. JENKINS Ediiu. -tad Publisher. vr it the rrfteSc it Wr. KeKCkr. m" t Act el Cott'f Msfc . is"? 1TICTL Co l tT0t. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Sicile eopitt watted. Oi I month cuffed to r 'ldrr. 15 " " " j rccathl i I jtr . ...v... 1 J CASH ADVERTISING KATfcS ISC tr inch S C to Foreign Adirthrt. vx. 4f Inch S C to Home Adertier ktKld tdi one-half rate Metal b ool m4 Itx Platet and EitUM Lali je per hae Lecali 10c Per line la trele poiottrs THURSDAY. April 3 iy09. The sabftcnptioD price of tbe Critti!dek i (and ha- ben since the consolidation of tbe two papers,) tl 51) per annum, hnrerr. to lubioribera who renew , .-i V.Ui'j (juJ pj up all arrears,) we, will giTe tbe $1.00 rate OLLIE JAMES RECEIVES APPLAUSE. (Continued From Firet Page.) they could not have." He aaserted that the so-called reasonville profit was to be upon ...

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. — 8 April 1909

But when you see th e 4 9 Line of 3 CLOTHING - 5$ ws ) us s m a i i Ci ve carrY m siock, ana cu 2i : :j how nicely it fits, and how Z$ Well it retains its shjpc, SK you will at once be im- & .-Cf & ( pressed with it, and when once tried, thescrvice you get, wll thoroughly convince you of the High Quality you obtained at such Low Prices. Lx! Ladies Spring fctnt to Evanavillu Wctlncuday. Phone us for a barrel of Lime. Olive &. Walker. Ira Robinson and a W. Grady, of Weston, were in the city Wednesday. Mrs. S. M. JenkinH is the Rticat of Irs. M H. Lockyearin Evanavillethis iweek. Mrs. P. H. Debo went to Hlackford IVednesday to visit her son, W. A. Dtboe. Hrinir vour chickens and efrira to ' Morris & Yates and get the highest i market prices. C. P. NokkIc is in Evansville where bo thinks or accepting a posiuun wun large wholesale house. Mrs. Clayton P. Noggle and children, Dudley and Leona. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Noggle at Sunday. At Mrs. Tinsloy'tt, Ladie...

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. — 8 April 1909

r j. v ? 31 VJ1 x- sfl At I IV , '" 'n t ft I ft f 41 r. U"i wr fyvmr irr ft w 3CKUJK5J5. r awandwl 'mmi mff lilwW "- M'P'I'HW lw ' &S gryu;t,V'; 'Wf-; 'v-(V ' "frt " f Vjif 'fl; 3F? 7'?' "" W A PRIL 8th, 19 PAGE SIX CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, THE L4GE B)r H ANDALIJOUSTRATIONS BY PARRISHs1rM:OftNHttV!LL CHaTCR IX. In Which I Learn Our Port. I sank down Into the depths of an 1.1 upholstered divan without, rested mv head within my hands, and endeavored earnestly to collect though' and nerve for the coming struggle The of our situation only became mote apparent as I considered it iu the light of the discoveries alrcad) made, and In my understanding of tun nature of those with whom I was now associated. Neither Tuttle nor IHj Nova had ever mistaken the Sea Queen for the warship Esmeralda. It was Impossible to conceive that these two trained seamen could have made such an errorf or that the men unuer them could have been so utterly deceived. Tuttle's boat came up directly beneath the l...

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. — 8 April 1909

APRIL 8th. 1W9 CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS rAGE SEVEN -- ftoliSl.EnaiiiiEiBSE 4 LIVE STOCK. Loulsvilo, K, Apr (mil fairly active. Steers. (lood to choice1 export $ 5.G')n 6. 75 Fair to jrooil shipping .. fi.00 6.50 Good to choice hatchers. . . $.ri 00 n fi 25 Medium to rikm! butchers.. 1.7(5 n 5.00 Good to choice Htockcrs, . . 3.65 n 3.85 Medium to pood Mockers JJ IK) u 11.25 Common to mediun Block-era 4.0an4.50 Heifers. Good to dnico hutch .L75n 5.50 Medium to Rood butcher .4 00 a 4.10 Common to medium 3.50 a 4.0O Good to choice Ftocker 3.00 a 3.50 Common to milium Htockcr era .2.0Cn2.CU' Hulls. Good to cholro butchers 4 00 h 4. ill Medium to hutchnrs 3 2" n 340 Fair to koxI IkiIokiih . . 3.50 a 3 75 Common . ... 2.25 n 3.25 Cow. Good to choic butcher 25a4.'5 Medium to Rood butchers. 3 75 a 4 25 Common to medium hutch-era 3 21 n 30 ("miners anil cutrera .1.50 n tf.UO Mtlch Cows. Gmxl to choice mitchurs 10.00 a 60.00 Medium to kxI mllchor SO.O0 a 35 00 Common t pln'n tullehers 1.1 00 nU...

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. — 8 April 1909

V I ,i i X 0 X X X X X X X sRRRRRcRRRRRjBrMC5s Ana SBSBfyflSFi ' s I nsHHi)' ' it jrjjMr srrrrVBl' v' 4t. "3rj t " i M wMrf fFi COME AND SEE IT BEFORE For Sale By olive & X Marion, 0 00X0000.00000 000X0f 000f Mi Maine Marrti visited Mr. vVilma Belt Wednesday. 1 Several attended the birthdaj dinner at Mr. KoDertson's Wcdnc. J j. Miss Florence Lewis, of Uhapcl Hill, is visiting her sister," Mr- Uora Walker, at Critt. Springs, p. Lester Clark is wearing a broad smile over his new girl. Kdwin Shewmaker, of Princeton is visiting his mother near this place. Mrs. Franks is visiting her daughter. Mrs. .John Harpcnding at the Crittenden Springs Hotel. Miss Nona Horning and Klva visited Mils Willie Martin Miss Kstclla Dobson'has been on the sick list, but is rpportcd better. Look out for a wedding soon. Jackson Winder-, of the Colon, passed through this part Fridav. A Premium. Some of our sunscribers have .pot paid us arrears Some, have not paid renewal. In order to induce them to pay bef...

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. — 15 April 1909

- mrrrt ' V ,r -1 tiilmfom M tt&tb t VOL. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY APRIL 15, 1909 NUMBER 46 PRINCETON PRESBYTERY OF CUMBERLAND CHURCH. Princeton 1'rtMbytcry of the Presbyterian church, met nt Blackford, April Cth, 1909, nt7::Wp, m. The retiring Moderator, having joined another Presbytery, was not present. According to u previously arranged program, the Rev. J. L. Price, of Providence, preatched the opening from second Timothv 3: 16, "All Scripture it given by inspiration of God. and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction In righteousness." Tho sermon was very clear and convincing. The Stated Clerk then :alled the Presbytery to order, and the Rev. A. C. Riddle, of Modisonville, offered the constituting prnver. The Rev. J. H. Ixwery was chosen Moderator by aclamation. Ten ordained ministers were present at roll call, and twenty-seven congregations were represented, 2519 members reported. The Rev. Milton L. Clements, of New Presbytery...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 April 1909

r K m is , m. v .ST' rtlajaassfs 4" """"V.7 APRIL 15 h 1909 PAGE TWO CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, THE GREAT Van Amburg AND HO VE'S GREAT London Shows COMBINED, WiLL BEAT M arion ON Thursday April 22 The show this year is Bigger and Better and in a More Commanding position than ever before to maintain their unrivaled standing and rank, and to Amaze and Delight Their Thousands of Patrons Many Entirely New and Exclusive Features. A Few of the Many Features Yo 1 Will See: Marion Sheridan and her Troupe of Performing Elephants. PROF. BUCKLEY'S HERD OP PERFORMING ELEPHANTS, including Duchess, the Lnr.lc&l Uephant in the xVorld. ROSEDALE, the Bcau!K JAKE, the Largest Gori la He 5b Five Feet Ten Inches 'n "e "' ' Strength, Marvelous Anility, ard his I In .. TRULY WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF TRAINED ANIMALS. 400 People. 250 Horses and PROF. WHEELER'S MILITARY BAND. The Flower and Pick of Feature Performers from all Nations, in a Program Extant startling struggles and ludicrous revelries, carrying t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 April 1909

aHS RS PAGE TWO II;- THE GREAT m tai M ;H e ;' . Van Amburg AND HO AE'S GREAT London Shows COMBINED, WiLL BEAT M arion ON J Thursday April 22 The show this year is Bigger and Better and in a More Commanding position than ever before to maintain their unrivaled standing and rank, and to Amaze and Delight Their Thousands of Patrons Many Entirely New and Exclusive Features. x A Few of the Many Feaiues Yo i Will See: Marion Sheridan and her Troupe of Performing Elephants. PROF. BUCKLEY'S HERD OF PERFORMING ELEPHANTS, Including Duchess, tlic Lar.lest elephant in the World. ROSEDALE, the BcauijUf JAKE, the Largest Gori la He is Five Feet Ten Inches in "e .' J Strength, Marvelous Agility, ad his I R1 In .(aakr.. E JaflJaHaW. flfcKv4 WriIaBfPMaaK. Tir vV 4BKb1bbbbbbB&. ABBBn?' A. fcJl 3BBBl?iBBBBBBrBBBBBBrmjL Jptbbm Jl. bbbR5S3bi!SSqS PwllHiyilpiK R BhHKrS1BMAiMs1I& 2-1 BlEWffffifflBBrS3HsMli''Bl 1 3bbWwHHP IN SBBBB 4 ,il MPl&mSfuiKs B J 'BBBBBwlBBBBffBUL. pi VHKiA 1 1 VaVWaiKlk...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 April 1909

A ? IPRIL 15thl909 lesults or Pooling Wonl. , Niitlnoal Wool Growers' Convention. By i. J. Stkvens, Cylon, WN.) Tho March IbI is.iie of the Kmiity kbem we cmld not and would not ralM or any such orico unv . fht'V ridiculed our ld"a that wo could Ijjet more. We went ahead and ponied I five car load. Wo wore not worried I over the outcome. Ihov saw that wo were not without our tllinir it. It worried them not a little. Then a or nime nlntur and nave us 20 cut-. Hn.i A.mt tstr iivn.uiinii nn.t 1... .,nr,lu ! IIV vwiv vi VAIivinvn mill - luum added to tho price of the grower. No wan at any more- trnuhlu In 1 de' very or packing or tim' consumed than he would have been to if no had pi Id it himself, and in a majority of cao not oven half ho much. Then w.is lea fuss and feathers about it than any wool marketing we had ever lnp before And raked in five centa a p.und for our good sense. And th men who engineered the deal received their expenses. Not ns much ns they ought to have had, but the...

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. — 15 April 1909

Ijret more. We went ahead and ponied ' five cur load We were not worried over the outcome They nnw that wo were not without our telling it. It worried them not a little. Then a buy er cumc along and gave us 2(5 cntK. One coot for expenses and five cents added to the price of the grower.. No firmer was at any more trouble in del very or packing or titn; consumed than he would have been to if ne had K")d it himelf, and in a majority of caei not even half ho much. There w.m leu fuM and fenthers ahotit it than any wool marketing we had ever dor before And raked in five cents a j mnd for our good seure. And tho men who engineered the deal received their expeine. Not ns much ns they ought to have had, hut they were They got their expenses, hut nothing for their time. Hue we did no mind thnt in our desire to make th ol a success. After we get tho one rent margin will meet t,) expense demnnd. I seems to me that such evidences as there ought to set every farmer in the entire United States th...

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