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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 2 June 1910

t, ,r, i ,d (&v f it mfcti MzmthStzm L V)L 31. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY. KENTUCKY, June 2, 1910 NUMBER 52. PEN DEATH OF DEGORATION DAY SERVICES Supt, E J, Travis and Group of Crittenden County IIRO. G. F. MASON ON AGED WOMAN A SUCCESS. ; Tee caers at Bowling Green LAST SUNDAY J. J. McNeely Answers Call Saturday at Home of her Daughter near Salem . a long well spent life, ..t even a momenta Mrs. J. ! McNeeley at the 'kt daughter, Mrs. Jno :, was called to the ever- hfe in Eternity. While V V H' was 82 years old, :ul In'cn in good health ih ery hour of her death. i- t intimation that any- a the matter was when id for thecamphur, the fa she ever sjoke and , 1 m but n few moments "lA'eelN was one of the ,- I most highly respected somen in this county, . n aconsistant member i; jptist church at Pinoy en years. t nil services conducted 11 R. King, took place i'rertk church Sunday i.ncssed by n vast t sorrowing relatives .fa living children there ranging from 67 to 10 They are: C. T. ...

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. — 2 June 1910

-.i' V- 7 -,- j ir f' - LETTER FROM GOV. SAUNDERS OF LA. To Cukier T. J. Yaadell, of ike Marios Bank, Asking I i n to Fayor New Orleaas. Marion. Ky. T. J. Yandal Cashier. Gentlemen; Referring to the letter to you from the New Orleans Clearing House Association, asking your assistance in having New Orleans designated as the logical point for holding the World's Panama Exposition, I, ton, wish to ask for your kind co-operation in this matter. Over- sixty million of people live within a radius of 1000 miles from New Orleans, while in the same radius from San Francisco there are only six million people. The average railroad fare to New Orleans for over 75 per cent, of the people of this country to visit an Exposition here will be $12.50 as acrainst $37.50 to San Francirco. It is proposed, because of the importance of the Panama Canal to the Central and South American republics, to extend special invitations to those Governments to participate, and to the people of those nations to visit...

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. — 2 June 1910

4 YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST Oir am ARTICLE IF IT PROVES SATISFAGTOPV HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is without -doubt the most efficient house paint on the market, and is cheapest in the end, in that it will go further and wear longer than other paints. Only the best materials arc used, with WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT PIGMENT, tempered with just enough zinc to prevent chalking quickly, as is the ca?e where lead .alone is used. ron SALE BY OLIVE & WAKLER ICE Save sickness in your home by buying ice. A whole month's Ice bill will not cost yon the price of one visit of your family physician. We deliver to your home and it is the best medicine you can buy. Be one of our customers. CIGARS ICE Marion Ice Company. ROY GILBERT, Manager. sftii t j The Rexali Store fc Over 300 Guaranteed Rexali Remedies. One Cold Drinks and Sees at our Innovation Fountain Pure, Fresh Drugs for Prescription Work Come and See Us HAYNES & TAYLOR FOR SALE ( for each human ailment. Jv Rcxo Dip and Disinfectan...

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. — 2 June 1910

- '. . ftX :j'z ft r v- . f w r.fs ' ! ;Q"8!j9B$ .I K mm Jlni avmmimmm QTI)c Crittcnucn N. E. CALME5 Editor nd Publisher. Mr. Travis appealed to State, YOUR SPRING Knlerd at in. iter Vtbtavj vth fje? 11 ibe poi lomee at ilJiHiu Kiufkf under e Act of Conceit ol Match I. lis. One Dolbr the Year in Advjnee. City Marshall A. S. Cannan deserves to be complimented for having the streets in the congested part of cown so beautifully cleaned and also for his invasion of the back yards of the business houses. One of the best recommendations to a home is a clean one and so it is with a town. The Apollo Concert .Company and Bell Ringers entertained a reasonably full house at Manager Clark's Majestic Theatre last Thursday and true our predictions proved the best, all-round aggregation visiting Marion for some time. Their music was high class and well rendered from first to last. They were a jovial pleasant lot and could play perfectly on more different instruments than any set of entertainers ev...

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. — 2 June 1910

M w iU HOES AT COST LJ For the next sixty c!pjs 3 will sell you shoes at and below cost for onsh. as I need room for goods com'm5 'hi. 8 o com? quick if you are ioolkLig for bargains. Will also sell you groceries as cheap as anyone in town, DON'T FORGET THE PLACE J, H. PORTER ear the I. C. R. R. Crossing :dsl BellvilleSt. Marion, Kv. Local Happenings Told in Short Paragraphs M? C News Items That Arc of General Interest to 'I HE BEST REMEDY Our Local Headers. lr again. Fobs. diamond riiiK" nt - i k'tuity. Bigham, of Crayne, i Monday'. - Nunn entertained ..'ii rnon in honor of , i.f N. Y. lung a popular in-, of Coyrdon was in Vxndny. i: I Flannry has bought property on Main Nunn attended the - 'nation at Louisville 'jnnia Nunn spent the week as the guest of i Harnett of Tolu. V. Perry and 1 Irrna and G. W. Jr. l nor, Colo. Wednes-i I or "II kinds of soro oyes Is I .,!.. P.... C..l.. If la II ""h1" ujru uttivv. v " t'eamy 8Klur wunn nintmcnt and would lot iniurn I tin ,o .r n Kniw. tee...

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. — 2 June 1910

.' , torn Lucil Diary es When father announced that he and his new young business friend, Walter Dare, were going to, learo Friday before last for a flying trip to Washington, I Immediately proposed myself as a member of ihe party. "I don't think that would do at all." protested mother. "Your father and Mr. Dare will have a great many matters to attend to and you would be In the way." ' "Daddy, dear," I said, after kissing the tiny bald spot on father's head, ' "Is your little girl ever In your way?" "Xo, of course not. child," he replied. "Your mother simply meant that Dare and 1 are going to Washington on pretty Important business, and kIU be too much occupied to devote much time to your entertainment." "Oh, there are so many interesting things to see in Washington that I , can entertain myself," I said. I "Father," t remarked, gayly, Thurs- day night "My trunk Is packed for Washington." Why, Luclle, you're not really expecting to go. are you?" asked mother. "Of course I am," I an...

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. — 2 June 1910

to. m ft 1 J U HON DIRECTORY, C. E. METZ ltisORIAL PARLOR. Toil) IATIIS, MAH' 1E. ,TfMK.N, IIIclfT Carliblb St Irion milling co. AND & HAYNES ISsi'KANCE AiilDENT, STEAM BOILER . i ass and Casualty, i Itn OFFICE. GfO. W. STONE iITOLMOLOGIST. i tip, Glasses fitteo j hca aro Caused by 1 Guarantee All My r xnct to Tent If you want rro, Sec Me. . rs in Carnahan Building,. Main nnd Salem Streets Kentucky. JS II. MOORE Vtornevh at Law the Court and Court of -ml Attention Given to Collection. fSKEVV BROS vr ANt ri.UMRKIUi Dealers In 1 Farm Machinery, Plpo I tings. Kilting racking, etc. Agents for J. I. k Saw Mill and Threshing Machinery. M. COPHER . in DATE CONFECTION-M GROCERIES RES- 1 ST AND HAKERY. lit OCA COIJV AND SOFT IlKINKH. .H us Filled Promptly. Main Strelt. ORME DRUGGIST Dealer In (in and Wall Paper, loss KILLED DAY AND NlfillT. Main Street. 1LATI1 MANUFACTURING CO P HfAtii, Manager. If llurd Made Mission Furniture. Mnrion, Ky. lr. M. Ravdin, i r dec Limited to Diseases 1 Def...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 2 June 1910

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 2 June 1910

riw j .'. - wwr rWW.Joz. r ' ' V " jW ffi tittpttfo tU MttJOtfb'$Vt tf'JL 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY. KENTUCKY, June 2, (9)0 NUMBER 52. SUDDEN DEATH OF OEGORATiON BAY SERVICES Supt, E J, Travis and Group of Crittenden County BRO. G. F, MASON ON .. AGED WOMAN A SUCCESS. i e:c .iers atoowlins o vreen LAST SUNDAY u r spected old men of the country, I i V W Air S l Mrs. J. J. McNeely Answers Saturday at Home of her Daughter near Salem - .r Call After a long well spent life, with not even a moments warning, Mrs. J. J. McNeeley at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jno Woodall; was called to the everlasting lifo in Eternity. While Mrs. McNeely was 82 years old, she had been in good health until the very hour of her death. The first intimation that anything was the matter was when she called for the camphur, the last words she ever spoke and .was dead in but a few moments fafter. Mrs. McNeely u one of the oldest and most highly respected christian women in tins county, having been aconsistan...

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. — 2 June 1910

i& you from the New Orleans Clearing House Association, asking your assistance in having New Orleans ('esignatcd as the logical poi.it fur holding the World's Panama Exposition. I, too, wish to ask for your kind co-operation in this matter. Over sixty million of people live within a radius of 1000 miles from New Orleans, while in the same radius from San Francisco there are only six million people. The average railroad fare to New Orleans for over 75 per cent, of the people of this country to visit an Exposition here will be $12.50 as against $37.50 to San Francirco. It is proposed, because of the importance of the Panama Canal to the Central and South Ameri- can republics, to extend special would nass throuirh JVewUr enns ! to get there. They can come to New Orleans via water in two weeks less time than it will require for them to reach San Francisco. The people of your state could come to an exposition in New Orleans in much less time, and at much less expense, than they could...

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. — 2 June 1910

K ft . ; ii i' it i i? 17. 4 p- i V ew r YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST OF AN ARTICLE IF IT PROVES SATISFACTORY HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is without doubt the most efficient house paint on the market, and is cheapest in the end, in that it will go further and wear longer than other paints. Only the best materials are used, with WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT PIGMENT, tempered with just enough zinc to prevent chalking quickly, as is the case where .lead .alone is used. FOR SALE BY OLIVE & WAKLER ICE Save sickness in your home by buying ice. A whole month's ice bill will not cost yon the price of one visit of your family physician. We deliver to your home and it is the best medicine you can buy. Be one of our customers. Marion Ice Company. ROY GILBERT, Manager. mais i; c. The Rexal B?xa!l Remedies. 0 n e K H for each human ailment. Jv Rcxo Dip and Disinfectant For Stock and Poultry CIGARS AND Cold Drinks Pure, Fresh Drugs Pnmp HAYNES P"" The $90.00 Diamond ring to be given away by A. S. ...

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. — 2 June 1910

B rt ft far EL- U' .'J J3PS$ JH pMyM? H YOUR SPRING S? boys sua is witfj me W M ns's Ciest Clothes. m BEST STYLE HATS -& at the potollitfe l Mn n. i nlui lt iindi r e Act of Couciefc" l Match J. tS . soon One Dollar the Ycjr in AJvoncc. City Marshall A. S. Cannnn deserves to he comiilimented for having the streets in the congested part of cown so beautifully cleaned and also for his invasion of the back yards of the business houses. One of the best recommendations to a home is a clean one and so it is with a town. The Apollo Concert .Company and Bell Ringers entertained a reasonably full house at Manager Clark's Majestic Theatre last .. 1 a....a nm iMinmi. aggregation visiting xuarion iui some time. Their music was high class and well rendered from first to last. Thev were a jovial pleasant lot ...! u nn more . As the following editorial in the Record-Press brought forth some comment and was construed by some as an intended reflection on air. E. Jeffrey Travis, our county school...

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. — 2 June 1910

s f V. a fc - 1 " i I i i I t it'i Jr- HOES AT .. Tor the 3 vi?i anrl hlnu as I need G0:lli5 quick if wii room for goods lil. b o conn you are Sooiki.i for bargains. Will also sell you groceries as cheap as anyone in town, DON'T PORGET THE PLACE J, H. P0F1TEH Near the I. C. R. R. Crossing East BeHvilleSt. e ."S'fcC"jJBBUbinvaia Local Happenings Told In Short Paragraphs j! Couniy News Items That Our Local Comotopoo nv again. Fohs. The $00.00 diamond ring at Cavenders is a beauty. Harrison Bigham. of Crayne, was in Marion Monday. Mrs. C. S. Nunn entertained Thursday afternon in honor of Miss Drosta of N. Y. Mr. Henry King a popular insurance man of Coyrdon was in our town Monday. Mrs. R. L. Flanary has bought the Brown property on Main ' tivt. Dr: F. W.'Nunn attended the Dental Association at Louisville last week. Miss Virginia Nunn spent the first of the week as the guest of Miss Katie Barnett of Tolu. Mrs. Geo. W. Perry and daughter, Miss Irma and G. W. Jr. left for Denver, Colo. We...

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. — 2 June 1910

S?PBWTO5PSS - -l V . TTTTT " , jr l X "J.' ii 1 Fr i ?.. From Lucile's Diary When father nnnounced that he and his new young business friend, Walter Dare, were going to leavu Friday before last for a Hying trip to Washington, I Immediately proposed myself as a member ot ihe party. "I don't think that would do at all." protested mother. "Your father and Mr. Dare will have a great many matters to attend to and you would be In the way." "Daddy, dear," I said, after kissing tho tiny bald spot on father's head, "Is your little girl ever In your way?" "No, of course not, child," he replied. "Your mo'her simply meant that Dare and 1 are going to Washington on pretty Important business, and will be too much occupied to devote much time to your entertainment." "Oh, there are so many Interesting things to see In Washington that I can entertain myself," I said. "Father," I remarked, gayly, Thursday night. "My trunk is packed for Washington." "Why, Luclle, you're not really expecting to go. are...

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. — 2 June 1910

w 1 r I? fc I? IV W L' & V$ S3" MARION DIRECTORY, C. C. METZ TONSORIAL PARLOR. Hot and Cold paths, Electric Mass-age. .Hotel Crittenden, Bldg Carlisle St MARION MILLING CO, Incorporated J. H. Orme, President, D. B. Kevil, Vice Ppesident. A. M. McConnell, Manager, K. I. Nunn, Sec'y.. and Treas, Capacity, 100 darrels per day. LEVI COOK Jewelcr. Marion, Kentucky. HAYNES & TAYLOR Prescription Druggists School Books, Stationery MARION, KENTTCKY Prompt Delivery-Phone No 10 BOULAND & HAYNES insurance Fire, life, accident, steam boiler Plate glass and Casualty. ' 1 1 j j'j 1 1 en office. GEO. W. STONE OPTOLMOLOGIST. 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 Building, Cor., of Main and Salem Streets Marion, - - - Kentucky. JAS. H. MOORE Attorneys at Law Practice in all the Courts and Court of Appeals. Special Attention Given to Collections. ESKEW BR...

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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. — 2 June 1910

V Fr K ,'.i !A . P'Sk tre ?-'. HERB AND THERE Kamblerdownin Missouri nnds a family church. As I mused upon what might Imvo liorn nil can en nf limifnrinil fell away and we thanked God for a mind that could receive, and perceive as Petr says' "God is no respecter o ; icons' , Satan, to hi 3 lieutenants "Wheieareyou?" ' 'We are at Greenwood church. ! They are going to elect oilicers and we want them to selec thtm fiom the same family. That is cleverly th ucht o.:t, your record is good in e ery de - . partment of church society and I am plersed w ith your work go ahead with yo.ir plan but be on your guard. One week, church in session. Pastor. "Brethern today is time to elect church officers" Brother Tom Reed Hawkeye. "I place in nomination for elder, Bro. Green Hawkeye, for deacon, Bro. Dan Hawkeye, for clerk, Radpath Hawkeye for pastor, uncle Fuller, and I move ! vnn tlinv lip ppctP( hv npt'lfima j v. ..-., v. tion. n,.n r.MOni. , "T cnnniul JV. ..J1..V...,. J. UVV.VI.ll the motion." ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 16 June 1910

-I voted "present." (Btiifcttb by 113 to 196 rejected the demo cratic substitute tor the bill pro posed by the minority. The vot ing on the several motions in- Evolved in the deposition of the measure toiioweci six nours oi debate in which many republicans and democrats recorded their views on the bill of the majority and the substitue supported by a large portion of the minority. The large defection among the democrats was shown when the democratic substitute was voted upon, twenty-one of them joining the republicans in voting against the measure. Most of whom were opposed to a postal savings system of any kind. On the republican side Norris of Nebraska, "insurgent," was the only member who voted with the democrats for their substitute. On agreeing to the bill as proposed by the majority of the house as a substitute for the senate measure, the vote was 175 to 105. On this vote 26 joined the Six republicans joined the democrats by voting against the proposed bill of the majority: Gr...

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. — 16 June 1910

REPORT MARION ACAD EMY 28 YEARS AGO J. J. Nail ana ft'iss Sue Y. Gatrett Were Teachers G. W. low Editor o" :'.;s As v.v :. ? von o look back-war 1, .v : publish the follow-in sehoM re:xut from the Press of Jan. 1. 1SS2. i'celhv snv that many v "o wetv ) t'liils. now ir.ntsnnd even wi!! enjoy reading it with much even thuirh Vnt years "nave yaeed. In this re. . :t :s a 1 ng list of names, look over them and ask yourself the question: Where are they and how have they succeeded? FIFTH READER Fannie Blue 00 per cent Hattie Xall 90 Geography io 2. Silas Coram SO Jessie Crowiord 90 Geography No 3. Addie Crowford 90 U. S. Histo-v ' 'IV Class Mary Hammer.1. 100 Myrtle McFee 100 Nellie Dean 100 Flora James 100 Nannie Paris 100 Addie Crawford 100 Zandy Haynes 100 English Grammar Lula HigginbothamSo Composition Nellie Dean 05 Flora James 95 U. S. Wsuvy "A" Duke Haynes 100 Allie Moore 100 Edgar James 100 Practical Arithmetic Duke Haynes 95 Mental Phyloscphy George Glasscock 90 Latin "C" Class E...

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. — 16 June 1910

( A. I -K , .1 v JiraM Ai mil .a eP' $'&;! if v- f" V" WHEN YOU LEAVE HOME DETERMINED TO BUY FIHISH Don't let the dealer who handles some inferior preparation, talk you into buying that "just as good" kind, which so often proves unsatisfactory. Insist on having THE a MADE TO The kind that won't fade when exposed to sunlight. The kind with that Finish that outshines and outwears all others. It's for FLOORS, FURNITURE, AND ALL OTHER INTERIOR WOODWORK, in all natural wood colors. FOB SALE BY OLIVE &. WAKLER ICE Save sickness in your home by buying ice. A whole month's ice bill will not cost yon the price of one visit of your family physician. We deliver to your home and it is the best medicine you can buy. Be one of our customers. ion Ice Company. ROY GILBERT, Manager. Th IxBXcl A S exaSI Remedies. Onel ? for each human ailment. Jv 4 A 71 Rexo Dip and Disinfectant For Stock and Poultry CIGARS AND Cold Drinks j our innovation Fountain .S Pure, Fresh Drugs for Prescription Work A...

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. — 16 June 1910

K ri V-, T-T i&R TT-. CLOTHING VALUES THEY AKE IN A CLASS BY THEMSELVES Wc have had a big Clothing trade and we have been left with a lotof ' ODD SUITS-ONE OR TWO OF A KIND. THE NEW STYLE KIND m This season's most attractive lv designs. Cut to Fit and Est to Wear Wc are closing them out at greatly reduced prices. WE CM! FIT YOU I 0 1 M - i i: STYLE i ttM 59 vc AND To Fit and Suit All That Wear them Peg Top Pants Regular Pants Kinkerbocker Pants PRICE TO SUIT ALL BOYS LNJCkERBOCKER HAND OUR PRICE WILL SAVE YOU C(ic lucarb i;rcsiil)en aml Ulnllt a" oi u " county IlighScinol Departing t N. E. CALMES Editor nd Publisher- Em- . e in itler Kbr nr UC7 it the poto9icc at Marlon. Kentucky, under e Act of Congress at March 3. One Dollar the Year in Advance. Th new School Law, passed 190S, in Mv. 1 l-'a, Sub Section y or Kentutk ,v':aMte. le.uls as follows: "Within two years after the passage and approval of this act. theie shall he established by the county Board of ucation of each county...

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