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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 12 May 1910

fv. rvv ,-i f -v,i n wt it . i a & k m - - in 1 -- . .- . -.. -- ; -. .. -. -- it - u - -- ? ) ok xe "j iw w sw w y) ac w oin m mr fane oa? m mr op or or jpio? ANYONE CAN CLAIM THE BEST VALUES." WE ARE READY TO PROVE OURS. WILL YOU MAKE US DO SO? I uLOUJ'NG WE ARE SPECIALLY PREPARED 10 PROVE OUR VALUES with Ncu, CIcnn'NIftv," H.iiKUTnilorcd Suits. Tug Kind I hat Tils Ami IK 0 5 TIIfiR SHAPE, Wear Well And Causes nou lo Conic Back Again. And To Tell Others Mi til It Too. in Short Paragraphs Jointly Newt Xltm Thai Ar of General ,K Is ' I I At I r ! M', h lri. lim l II hn.r.i Ito th I 'I s l Our Local Headers. o again. Fobs, r rounts at Caven- r, had business in Monday. ( xk 1ms returned o Padueah. iln of View was I. IV. ! i., of the county Monday. Bishop, of Crayno, Saturday. .ban of Crooked inwn Monday. nf Mattoon. was .'.IN. . of Crayne was t 1 ienshaw, "was in i buying mules. I ham, of Chapel Marion Monday. , Joel Hill, of Hill i.a vifiit Monday. . 's dollar will win if at Cavo...

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. — 12 May 1910

l r i lM K f t THE8TEMMING DISTRICT! ASSOCIATION. Embraces the Counties if Henderson Hopkins, tfebster, Union and Irliier.tlen. The tobacco growers of Henderson county, suffering under the extortions of the rapacious Tobacco Trusts, got together in January, 1905, and pooled about one million pounds of tobacco. Tne Trust, for two or three years preceding 1905, had fixed the price at 3 cents a pound, and virtually confiscated several crops. In 19Qo the Trust refused to buy the pooled tobacco, but, in cited thereto by tear ot tne cooperating farmers, paid non-pooling farmers about 5 cents a pound for the 1904 crop. The co-operating farmers prized the pooled tobacco and shipped the same to several commission merchants in Liver i t i i r. a.i: pooi, ixier tuuiuua delays the last hogshead of that tobacco was sold and netted the pooling farmers an average of 5 1-2 cents. Commission and brokerage charges on that GOO hogshead, say, was ?5.00 per hogshead. It may be well enough to mention jus...

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. — 12 May 1910

IRION DIRECTORY, C. MtTZ , oMAL 1'AUI.OK. i (ii i) Uatiis, Electric Mahsaoe. ,fMN, Hliltf CARLISLE St ON MILLING CO. 1 i.R'OllATtlt , I'llKSIDtlNT, , VICE Pl'IMIDBNT, . oSM t t., MANAQHIt, U . AND THRA. I mikFLH VKtt DAY. 1 1 VI COOK ' w i l.iCK. Kuntucky. V NFS & TAYLOR . , 'ion DmjflGisTs HmihS, Stationery m t KKNTTCKY , 10 NT) & HAYNE itAN'Ctt ii' T, UTtUM IIOILER s AMI CAl'ALTY. iiai office. , o w. stone MHI.OCI8T. t taints nrriii) I'aunodby ; .irantoo All My ' id Teat if you wnut . Mo. . ( nrnal.un lluildlng, n.l Sn lem Strofl In Kuntucky. lS 11. MOORE at Law mrU and Court of i ; trillion (livwi to ii'na. I SKI W BROS SI PLVMUKM 1 In '' -in Maehlnorv, llpo , , Ikltimr, Packiag, Agent fur J. I. . MillandTlireiWag i 1 inery. ' COPHER ill: CONFECTION- BAKRUY. u amu Horr I:' K ', IKI) PROMPTLY. ' Hi KIT. R ME DRUGGIST ' ' il r In ... Wall Paper, i'IIi DAY AND NIOIIT. " MRKKT, Mil MWUFACTURINGCO I I fli, Mnnajjcr. Ma Ic Mission Furniture. Mnrion, Ky. r. M. Ravdin Lnnitcd to ...

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. — 12 May 1910

r. . .,- .;?--- a it 4 T.J. T -"" V, St -; -:. rR55Sc35RKH5l3immRIPPI Tho Kind Yoa Havo Always Bought, and which lias been in use for over 30 years, has borno the signature of mm Epworlti League Program. Sunday, May 15, 1910. Subject: Marching Orders. Leader Ted Boston Scripture Lesson Acts 8:26-30. Opening Song. Prayer. Song. Introduction by leader. Reading A Wedding by Ruth' Haynes. 16 hundred miles up the by Joyce Adams. Solo by Ivy Kemp. Reading Driven Out, by Jesse Olive. A Chinese Sunday School, James Howerton. A New Church by Linda Jenkins. Song by Chorus of Juniors. Announcements. Benediction. LISTEN: It saves sickness and doctor bills by screening your house. Flies carries disease to your table when they light on your victual?. After this cold spell passes off and it turns warm, flies will come in swarms and by the thousands. When in need of window, door screens and screen wire, hi sure and call -on Boston at the Planing mill and see his screens and get his prices before yo...

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 May 1910

K . IV, ' 4 7 " r ryrr - f "fit - 1:5 "'" 41 - S-3 ., K, ff rfftroft I$P Art' etorfb VOL 31. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY. KENTUCKY, May 26, I9J0 NUMBER 51 MMMmmnavn twvi rar ! WWfHB nwVkAMiuijra OUR PROUD GRADED DEATH CLAIMS TOM Opera House Thursday, May 26th. GREAT PREPARATION QUARTERLY COURT ;ntllr,lli SCHOOL CLIFTON. FOR MAY 30. PROCEEDINGS. M Closes Successful Term Friday Night, Advancing 35 From Sth to High School The patrons and friends of the Clarion Graded School oa last Friday night witnessed the closing exercises of another successful school term, when thirty-five bright boys and girls were advanced from the eighth grade to the High School. While the program was lengthy, it was interesting all the way through, and the rapid advancement of so many from her room reflected much credit on their teacher, liss Margaret Moore. A well merited compliment was paid Pre".:. King, and Hawes and every t2?.:her of the school by R. .I. B. Adams, from the Methodist pulpit Sunday morning when...

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 May 1910

H IS OH 25 15 10 " 3S 19 12 1-2 & 15 cent gingham 9 " " " " 10 8 " Suiting 19 " it t -Jin 8 " Table Linen, White Goods, India Linen and Muslins of all kinds go at the same reduction. IS '00 1G.00 12.00 10.00 S.00 G.00 Odd Pants $5.00 Pants now 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 ii i 9.00 S.00 G.00 5-00 4-00 3.00 $2-50 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.25 1.00 1 awll m K&rK?,. 2& m m m w v i n This stock consists of Dry 0ods9 Clothing, 30 MINUTE SALES. Friday, SVJay 27th 2 p. m., Ribbon 2 cents per yard. Saturday, May 23th 2 p. m., One lot of thread 2 cents spool. Monday, May 30th 2 p. m., Gingham 2 1-2 cents per yard. Tuesday, May 31st 2 p. m., Remnant calico 1 cont per yard. Wednesday, June 1st 2 p. m., Needles 1 cent per paper. . . fyft.a.1 i $5.00 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 Gent's Furnishing ddsf Everything to be found I All Mens Suits Go At Half Suits now $10.00 I laSsfei (Silas IVl E4 ! iFll saw ft. In tm m en s Moss i Men s and Shoes $3.48 2.98 2.5S 2.38 1.98 1.48 1.19 Ladies' Shoes $3.50...

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 May 1910

! r?imAvpnfinn nf Tuberculosis in a painter with Seal Paint in every way satisfactory. PAINT will go further, wear actually save the consumer painting. BALE BY WAKLER ICE in your ice. A whole will not cost of one visit of physician. We home and it medicine you can customers. Company. GILBERT, Manager. Store t Guaranteed Remedies. OneJ human ailment Disinfectant Stock and Poultry tr ii i ii m mi i ii ii ii an$ Ices at te rountam fnr Pi'pcprinfinn . . .,,... ltni'b v,. v,U. w.. r,v,., anii Spp Bk & TAYLOR Y 5 rw w"ic bulletin issued to-day. Although over 7,000 beds in hospitals, sanatoria, camps, and wards of tuberculosis patients were established last year, there are fully 300,'000. indigent consumptives I who ought to be placed in such institutions and a total of only 22,720 beds in the entire country. On May 1, 1909, there were 15,244 beds for consumptives and 294 .institutions. The annual report of the Nation al Association shows an in crease of 99 institutions and Zt -- irrt ...

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 May 1910

li lit is- - 'fl Suit and Pants SHOULD COME FROM US. There's a Reason EVERY SUIT M r 5 V ' If W I 1 fSSt jpsk YOUR SPRING Che Crittcnoen N. E. CALME5 Editor and Publisher. Knterd as second-class matter February 9th jt)07 at the postcHice at Marion, Kentucky, under e Act cf Congiess of Marcli J. One the Year in Advance. Mr. E. F. Dean of Iron Hill, county president of the Sunday School association, was in Marion Monday, leaving a program to be published of the Piney District Sunday School convention to be held Saturday. May 28th. Rev. T. I.I. Hurst, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Sturgis, Kentuckv. will leave for New York early next month, to complete arrangements for his trip abroad this year. The party is to sail June loth, and is to go in by Hamburgh, Germany, to be gone about 70 days, returning by Montreal and Niagara Falls. The parry will travel in Germany, Bavaria. Austria, Italy, Switzerland, France and England, and its special features will include; The Passion Play...

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 May 1910

$. Vtt sv i. M, W l- J- 1 r ft, HOES AT COST irYTi!i for the next sixty days i nlfl tieli j ow shoes at and below cost for cash as I need room for goods coming in. S o come quick if you are ioolkiiig for bargains. Will also sell you groceries as cheap as anyone in town, DON'T FORGET THE PLACE J, H. POSTER Near the I. C. R. R. Crossing East BellvilleSt. Marion, Ky. Local Happenings Told in Short Paragraphs County News Items That Are of General Interest to Our Local Readers. Come to see me again. Fohs. H. R. Austin of New Salem was in Marion Saturday. T. S. C. Elder of the county was in town Friday. C. B. Woody of Route No.4 was in Marion Friday. James E. Cullen of Iron Hill was a pleasant caller here Sat-day. Misses Clara, Nelle, and Mabel Nunn of Weston were in Marion shopping Saturday. H. L. Martin of Salem, Deputy Sheriff of Livingston county was in Marion Thuisday. Mrs.C. E. Weldon visiting friends and relatives in Tolu Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mary Nunn, of Sullivan, spent the ...

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 May 1910

1 cl ati ' o w m ai t' ai Uu h. FROM WASHINGTON What Our Law Makers Are Doing And the Measures They are Favoring (By E. C. Snyder) Washington, D. C. May 24.-(Special) Steamship agents hereabouts, and for that matter throughout the country report an unprecedented booking sea son. They state that at least twenty-five per cent, more people will go abroad this year, than at any previous year which would seem to indicate that the country is not as bad off financially, as some croakers would have you believe. Two factors that most largely contribute to the outward movement of tourists this year are the Irish home-going scheme and the Passion Play at Thousands of teachers throughout the United States will go to the Tyrol this year because of the generally reduced rates to places in and about Oberammagau. While the Irish home-going movement does not seem to be meeting with that signal success orignally thought it would have there promises to be at least from fifty to sixty thousand natives ...

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. — 26 May 1910

i m -' N l- yt J IS iir'r I !L .Jk Iwas ".? L"it W Vfc, R u. A I VI' ! i 1 i rs ir ' m I??- &L r vj. !; -. i MARION DIRECTORY. C. E. METZ TONSORIAL PARLOR. Jot and Cold Paths, Electric Massage. Hotel Crittenden, Bldg Carlisle St MARION MILLING CO, Incorporated J. II. Ormi:, President, D. D. Kkvil, Vici: PrnsiDENT. A. M. MoConnell, Manager, It. I. Nunn, Sec'y.. and Tkkas. C APAv.IT Y, UlO PER DAY. LEVI COOK jEWELtilt. Marion, Kentucky. HAYNES & TAYLOR Prescription Druggists School Books, Stationery MARION, KENTTCKY Prompt Delivery-Phone No 10 BOULAND & HAYNES INSURANCE Fire, life, accident, steam roiler Plate glass and Casualty. ' n: ti Ten office. GEO. W. STONE . OPTOLMOLOGIST. f Eyes Tested, Glasses fitted Most Headaches are Caused by Defective Eyesight. I Guarantee All My Work to be Exact to Test if you want see, See Me. Office Up Stairs in Carnahan lluildinp, Cor., of Main and Salem Streets Marion, - - - Kentucky. JAS. H. MOORE Attorneys at Law Practice in all the Cou...

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. — 26 May 1910

f K it t'f Canton (0.) Repository. The Apollo Quintet and Bell Ringers, entertained 2000 people at the Tabernacle Friday evening in the People's Lecture Course under the auspices of the Y. M. C, A. Some time before the perform ance commenced the men in the box office had to quit selling tickets, as the rear aisle was S filled with people who were will ing to stand throughout the per- ! i iuruuiuui;. uver.v iiiumuer ui l the company performed his part well. The formal program was doubled on scores. The company handled the bidls with ease in all their numbers, whether J j sacred, or patriotic or pastoral. . The rythm of familiar tunes was , e'early detected amid the clang- j'mgoi tiie bells. FGR RE7 4 rou.ii cottage just North of ! S. T. D. i". ay's residence on Walker streje. Nellie Walkfr. Princeton (Ind) Clarion, The entertainment l-y the Apollo Quintet and Bell Ringers proved a success. The whole program was rendered in excellent manner and the audience was highly entertained. The...

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 May 1910

'E Wall ji trie funis past wance K). ' f; I i N 1 ., M !t N PHe'WJ ' j& 7,5iWTW -y , m v --7--:.--" - v -,.. - W- r" !J"1 ii. " Wr riffjroftm MtmtfarM PHOOD GRADED SCHOOL uessful Term Friday dvanc'ng 35 From ,, ,u High School . and frionds of the ,i.Ud School on Inst ,.',? witnessed the . s of another success- i rm. when thirty-five s and girls were the eighth grade to School. While the .s lengthy, it was in- , I the way through, i id advancement of so n her room reflected on their teacher, .'vt Moore. merited compliment Pn '--. King, and , very tja?her of the He v. .1. R. Adams, pulpit Sun- g when he said i the host scliools of which I have ever .w'gested from his tt from the 1st Iiuth; showing iri's tfood Christian 1 .ti she said, "entreat - n w thee or to return after thee: foi i ;U goest. I will go thou lodtrest, I will Mplo shall bo my i thy Godfmy'God." v :nis that :nso bnll clminatcd Jn.'l he could find no ii for complaint. Kmg has had his trials . I men holding such re- ...

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 May 1910

r rn m b ' 50 Delerm 33 25 " 19 12 1-2 & 15 cent gingham 9 10 " " 8 25 " Suiting 19 15 " " 11 10 " " 8 Table Linen, White Goods, India Linen and Muslins of all kinds go at the same reduction. IS'00 1G.00 12.00 10.00 8.00 6.00 Odd Pants $5.00 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 Pants now 9.00 8.00 G.00 500 4 00 3.00 $250 2.00 1.00 p The Great m 19 1 1 1 iff 1 1 1 1 1 i Sale At The W. T. McConnell Store Opera House Block This great sale means that we have bought this large stock from W. T. McConnell and are DETERMINED to close it out. We Have The Goods This stock consists of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Ladies and Gent's Furnishing Goods, Everything to be found in store. We are rigged up and equipped for supplying this community with some of the GREATEST BARGAINS larion and surrounding country have ever experienced. This is no "humbug" but straight-forward unvarnished facts. If we don't show what we advertise your merchandise will cost you not a penny. Dress Goods Clothing Wool Goods $1...

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 May 1910

n n -- ? J 'I A Good Painter with Poop Paint lets Poop Results A Poor Painter withGood Paint gets Better Results But a good painter with flam's Green Seal Palni can produce results in every way satisfactory. GREEN SEAL PAINT will go further, wear longer, look better, and actually save the consumer ,15 to 25$ on a job of painting. on alc av OLIVE & WAKLER ICEiCE Save sickness in jour home by buying ice. A whole month's ice bill uill not cost yon the price of one visit of your family physician. We deliver to jour home and it is the best medicine you can buy. Be one of our customers. Marion Ice Company. ROY GILBERT, Manager. ni, ism i The Rcxai! Store fc 7 I 0 v e r 300 Guaranteed lexall Remedies. One or each human ailment. ) Rcxo Dip and Disinfectant For Stock and Poultry iBGARS TOBACCO i .old Drinks and ices at k I r Innnvall'inn Fniiimtain t Pure, Fresh Drugs lor Prescription Work fir Come and See Us ? JIAYAIES & TAYLOR frr rwww NO OUT TUBERCULOSIS- lt tl1 1'ivsent rate of i...

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 May 1910

- - EV Fa 'Hi m w YOUR SPRING Suit and Pants SHOULD COME FROM US. There's a Reason EVERY SliiT Has the Stamp of Style Has the Stamp of Quality Our Suits made all the new cuts and kinks the best style clothes have. SEW BLUES AND GRAYS Then There's the Price I Question. Ours Are The Lowest BOYS SUITS vith the style of Mens's Einest Clothes. BEST STYLE HATS for Men and Boys. UNDERWEAR Tor all People. house so well addapted for the for the purpose. The past week has been a busy one with Mr. Wheeler in paying out the 80 per cent on deposit in the Marion Bank and the probability is that he will be kept busy all of next week. GREAT GOMPANY OF BELL RINGERS Cne of the Most Popular Musical Aggregations Now Touring on its return the delightful trip! Manager Marion Clark of the nn the St. Lawrence river. Mr. Hurst says this is perhaps the best planned, tour he has ever conducted. The Stemming District Tobacco Association Ware House, where W. G. Head and Son are buying tobacco this year have rec...

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 May 1910

AD a hoes ii VjO V i sent the . id quaf. , rices. I c Mosl eat CES Men Wren. 4 atisfy it all t 1 oes J i ij tf V . C' '; ar- on ,MI id.s 'u .'i IA en. BoughfJ 6 ti o. t. -...i j HOES AT COST Tor Will and as I II i."A J. H. PORTER Near the I. C. Last BcllvilleSt. it I Local Happenings Told in Short Paragraphs County Ntwi Xlctnt That Arc of General Interest to Our Local Readers. 'in to see me again. Fohs. II R. Austin of New Salem s in Marion Saturday. I S. C. Elder of the county . is in town Friday. C H. Woody of Route No.-i v. .is in Marion Friday. .Inmes E. Cullen of Iron Hill iwi.s a pleasant caller here Sat- .In. Misses Clara, Nolle, and Mabel Sunn of Weston were in Marion - nipping Saturday. H. L. Martin of Salem, Depir t . Sheriff of Livingston county .is in Marion Thursday. Mrs.C. E. Weldon visiting mends and relatives in Tolu Nitnrdaj' and Sunday. Miss Mary Nunn, of Sullivan. Nifiit the first of the week with " I Iks' Susie Boston. Cat Collins a Prominont tock man of Union co...

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 May 1910

fr. i MARION MILLING COMPANY For years these mills .are known to have produced the best flour on the market, for which the best and most modern irachinery, a good miller and the very best wheat grown, I- responsible. It has been admitted by competitors that tne reason we can produce the best flour is because Crittenden and the surrounding territory 'rem which " are supplied, grow the best wheat. BUY OUR CELEBRATED KLK BRAND OF FLOUR AND XOU iui THG Bf.sT FLOUR 2JADL. The larior ":l!l ig Company lias ' c.n lovr.l 'n . ;heat, r ,', v. in'' the farmeis ihe s. 'p. they woul : ".e wvvivl in Evansxilie, sci'ig them the freir" r : in for this we risk you to buy our flour, j Knowing at me same ume you are uuying ine uesi. WE SELL FLOUR, ELK AND CROWN BRANDS. BRAN. SHIP STUFF, CHOPS AND FEED STUFF Having a care in giving you more for your corn and wheat than you can get elsewhere selling you the best flour on the market, thanking you for your past liberal patronage and hoping a continuance o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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