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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 18 August 1910

1 , w )" . , . - i7'"'i Twnn , jj m - s Tf- - -- - ' p ; iJfUliiU.vi ;rti i ? ABA V .;;? i i oft w u 1 tf t m ki tttT!1SR?'1P w w w w w tttttttttttttttttttttt UWBR9DUIIV UirTf O V5 IflMIIIVIl - "tf m LOOK FOR A HOT GAME OF BASE BALL TO-DAY - ' 144 n u,r . V J 20 Votes Marion, Ky., Record-Press Good for 20 Votes In Our PREMIUM AND POPULAR VOTING CONTEST. This Coupon MISS. TIIKSK I'RKK VOTKS inim ieeli our oBler on h lfore Aur 16 In order lo l .... UBi..l money l leaned wlib lh.e oik Kmr rec.lei of 111. Kecor.l it thoull tupport fvie aamluUtc A offered 20 Votes The prizes the ladies in this Contest amount to over All Pl. Nwppi toBOon not Votixl by Ao. Mh AKI. Voll I.'. i Summer Underwear 21c. M. E. Fobs. . . Mrs. J. B. Grisson left Monday to visit her son Ellis at Mo. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Guess spent Sunday and Monday in Dawson. Mr. P. C. Stevens is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Etta Brown of near Dwight, 111. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones and daughter, Miss Gertie, of Crayne were in Marion Mo...

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. — 18 August 1910

rr there would be less sorrow in the old home. And there is a lesson for the parent, too. It is not sufficient to "educate" the children-moral development must go hand in hand with mental growth. The child must learn that there is more in life than money and physical is duty. No person is safe until he understands that he was created for a purpose, that he must1' learn and pursue that purpose, conscious at all times of hi3 responsibility to God for every thought and word and act. If Dr. Crippen's father did not sufficiently emphasis the moral element in his son's development his grief will be the more bitter now; if the fault is entirely with the son the the fact that he rejected his father's cdvfee will make his present punishment more acute. REAPING 1HE WHIRLWIND One would suppose from the manner in which the liquor organs gloat over the action o the Nebraska democratic state convention that the brewers had won a great victory, but did they? They kept the last legislature from sub...

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. — 18 August 1910

i IT REDUCTION SALE I. have bought the N. J. Bishop stock of goods at Crayne, Ky., consisting of Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing and Groceries, infact everything usually kept in a first class general store, I have bought this stock at figures which enables me to offer you goods at unheard of prices at Crayne, I will sell you any and all goods found in this stock at whole sale prices, We have a large stock of shoes, mens, womens and childrens, vvhich it will pay you to see before you buy elsewhere. We give you some of our prices: Mens and Rots $4.00 shoes $3 00 Mens and Boys $1.00 Overalls .80 " 3.50 . 2.75 ' .50 .40 .i ngn o'rn 50 cent Shirts at 40 cents or two for 75 cents oor, cK ' 2.00 " 1.50 Clothing and Pants at the above prices. 1.50 " . 1.20 Any and all Canned Goods 3 cans for 1.25 " - 1.00 25 cents. Ladles and Chidren shoes at the above Salt $1.25 per barrel, price. Horse Collars, etc., 25 per cent Mens and Boys $3.00 Hats . . . $2.00 CUn!; , , ii 00 cent sets cups and saucers at...

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. — 18 August 1910

ib w1 ! i. 'I '- IK"'- 'r1 I u .m n In I Y ftV T) M unil! HV 'V tmlfl A X C W JTV ' V' AV anon, , ' W i RE50L.VED . . THAT WERgtDETMINED lsacAUR5fOCKi S'fB'RGVK) CtMltto? (V rM lvTI Oow tO &So ClIANINfr Ouh TOCt . 4 H. Ten vears was the term of apprenticeship thus served in preparation for the great work of her life. In the spring of 1854 England declared war with Russia and an army of 25.000 men were transported to that country. The battle of Alma was fought Sept. 20, and the sick and -wounded from the battle were sent down to the hospitals which were prepared for them on the banks of the Bosphorous. These hospitals were soon crowded with sick and wounded and the unhealthful conditions became apparent in a rate of mortality to which the casualties of the fiercest battle were as nothing' In this crisis Miss Nightingale offered to go out aud organize a nursing department at Scutari. Lord Herbert, who was head of the British war office, gladly accepted this generous offer and with...

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. — 18 August 1910

Iv I K I i I IV, 7i' 'iY. ) iKr f ffi ttfcullmiird r 4 v t '. V . V r i ft - nL3 ,3 CRITTENOENCOUNTY i INSTITUTE -Hon. Marion F. Pogue Pres., C. W. Richards, Inst. The Crittenden County Insti 1 1 e wenr into regular session Monday morning h the c of the Graded School building, presided over by Hon. Marion F. Pogue, of Francis, with Prof. C. W. Richards of Princeton, as Instuctor. J. B. McNeely was elected Vice Pres., Miss Bertha Moore, of Ronton, Secy and Miss Allie Wilborn, Assistant Secy. About seventy teachers answered to their names at the first roll-call and all, from the start to the present time, taking a deep interest in the work before them. In his opening address Superintendent E. J. Travis, after a hearty welcome to all and many complimentary things f.bout the bright future before the schools of Old Crittenden, urged every teaches to their duty. His rail: was full of loyalty to the great cause of education and very much appreciated by all. Prof. C. Y. Richards, the able a...

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. — 18 August 1910

ItJyeasvtoreacMe T"flA fnftnn Rnlf te tVa nnA to Texas, through Arkansas. It runs two trains, daily, Memphis to Texas, with through sleepers, chair cars r -. W mm . -V. V.TT m Ml airfrai wwi w and parlor ova cars. i rains from the Southeast connect in Memphis Cotton BAt trains to 'he cuthvest Low Fare Soufchwes m sji V .i ! SiwlJSTJ I kLdr L6 lfe TOyityrf Jf of wimmm the Hf'l vt w ' on Tex us ami iPv C. BARRY, MHMKSeKSeSSKSSSI hI W B M fi -J I -----11 .. OI L ,1 Pf it ry s I i ssiBiiauisineruianillwjual 1 i E3ES3M Sj Premoics ncss ami Rv'si.Containsnw.'sr 0 pium .MorpIit.ie nor M.ivral. i NOT.N. MYCOTIC. Kso 1 JOliDrSUCIimZEl - J r si, arS.tt - , ll'xii .Wil- I C.fin'nd Sjtc" . tijifuyci.iHaw. I ApcnVii fiemed . tod.1 Stoniaci.Di.:r.iiu' Worms .Coimilsioiis.rmris!. InL'ssaivlLossorSLiLT. m Signawrc cf yCW" YORK. Exact Copy of Wrapper. a Statrci'rs Skeptic. That a clean, nuc t'rnr.int 01. -pound like Hueltlen's Ar.nea Salve will instantly relieve u 1 ai hi'rn.eut, seith', wound or -'...

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. — 18 August 1910

u n ! ff .t ICE - l 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. and Cut. Hot or Cold Baths Barbers:- Walter McConnell and J. Blanton Wiggins. Jenkins Building Carlisle St. Marion, Ky. SKIN DISEASES READILY CURED BY SIMPLE HOME REMDY If you are suffering from any from of skin or scalp disease, would 'you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for extornal use? Haynes & Taylor the druggists has this remedy in stock and his wants ilia customers to Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp. Zemo has made some remarkable cures and with each purchase of ZEMO Haynes & Taylor will jjive you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your own case and be cured in your own home without any inconvenience or .'oss of time from business by this clean, simple ...

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. — 18 August 1910

K 'MS Js. il E& vfcJKt$vi&jK$'J?ML. Ladies $3.00 Low Cuts Ladies -2. 50 Low Cuts Ladies $2.00 Low Cuts Ladies $1.50 Low Cuts 1 Lot Mens $tf.0 and $2.50 Low Cuts 1 Lot Mens $1.00 Tan and Patent Low Cuts - m jnMTl .Wc k-wit ip m' ijuim . .f. -- HV- ' 't'J,K "-Y"P '-'?- KS js a-a jts jwmm - r - J ' ' .rN f,n ft fits Ah A ,t A !.).- ai mijmmmmtjsmmmmmm'&iimsm - " "" i3Q PRICES LAST AND LOWEST CUT PRICES Last and Lowest on Cut Prices CLEARANCE OIM MENS LAMES AND CHILDRESS LOW CLT,S ALL MUST GO Sec These Ladies $-1.00 and $3.50 Ljw Cuts $3.00 2.25 1.75 i.;5 1. 15 $l.i'0 TANS - ALS S2.0U Misses Low Cuts $1.50 $1.50 MRsos Low Cuts $1.15 $1.25 Misses Low Cuts -LCD White Canvass Low Cuts worth .1.5U. 1.25 and S1.0J a 5n and "5 certs We give Gold Trading Stamps THE SEASON'S GREATEST VALUES IN MENS. SUITS-BOYS SUITS-MENS PANTS t MISS TH8S CHANCE. Ail this Season's Goods at the Biggest Values Giving Prices ever shown you before. YOU MUST SEE THEM TO APPRECIATE THEM. NOTHING BUT BARGA...

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. — 18 August 1910

ft. 1 v r l& E 'A vr v tw, i ,,ip, ;, v T 'in ? v TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT XTTTTTTTTT W W W W WT W WT OT TTT i LOOK FOR A HOT GAME OF BASE BALL TO-DAY i 44,,,',,,,l, m 4,iwii 20 Votes Marion, Ky., June 16 20 Votes Record-Press Free Coupon Good for 20 Votes In Our PREMIUM AND POPULAR VOTING CONTEST. This Coupon MISS TUlibl. I UhU VOTI.S imm ita"h our oBice on 01 I eforr tie i( in or.ler to Ic accepted and counted No mono W with ihee ou i:ery rt ider of Hip Kecord !re should support their fniriti cindidatei and heln Im to be i winner The prizes offered the ladies in this Contest amount to over All I if i Xewipapei I 20 Votes ifuh Kl JILL a gf I I WNUJ Summer Underwear 21c. M. E. Fobs. Mrs. J. B. Giissom left Monday to visit her son Ellis at Mo. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Guess spent Sunday and Monday in Dawson. Mr. P. C. Stevens is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Etta Brown of near Dwight, 111. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones and daughter, Miss Gertie, of Crayne were in Marion Monday. Mrs. M. E. Croft ...

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. — 18 August 1910

A FATHERS SORROW Mr. M. H. Crippen of Los Angeles., Cal., father of Dr. Crippen, who is being taken back to England to stand trial for the murder of his wife thus pours out the anguish of his soul: 'I have not the money to go to Hawley, but if I had I would gladly go and be of whatever consolation I might be to him. I have not received a word from him and do not expect to. It is hard to have to be alone and suffer, but I don't think it will last long. I am not long for this world. I feel as if I would like to go away alone and die. I did my best to educate Hawley. and his son. I did the best I could and now in my old age I am alone and overwhelmed by this disgrace." The words of the stricken old man recall the pathetic lament of David over Absolom. Sad that the son did not think of his pwr old father when he was yielding to the temptations that rasulted in this international crime! But the publicity given to Dr. Crippen s flight will serve as a useful purpose. It will teach anew, fi...

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. — 18 August 1910

", x I h. t A K r 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 2.00 1.50 1.25 nJHHBHPn BftflH Morris Travis Sole Agents. MEN WANTED Men for inside work at Fair-view Fluor Spar mines. Address Fairview Fluor Spar mines, Rosiclare, 111. For Glassware Chinaware Tinware Notions Granitware Etc., Telephone 108 M. E. f ohs. CROUP Poople with children should keep a bottle of Dr. on hand at all times. Croup is worse at night jfhen it is sometimes hard to get o oiliorv I.onk for the bell on the bottn. A .$3 00 2.75 2.25 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.20 1.00 Ladies and Chidren shoes at the above price. Mens and Boy $3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.00 Hats $2.00 1.75 1.25 1.00 .75 "riy tK ' rrrvrrnrrnrrrrrprr9r v rwi,r,Hhl4lHh REDUCTION SALE ssSg81 I have bought the N. J. Bishop stock of goods at Cravne. Kv.. consisting of Drv Goods. Shoes, Clothing and Groceries, infact everything usually kept in a first class general era store. I I nave bought this stock ai figures which en- you buy elsewhere. We give you some of our prices: Mens and Bo; s $4.00 ...

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. — 18 August 1910

'it I V J, . RESOLVED THAT WE AREDETFM INED To cleanour. 5lpCK? Buster, brown) && f wc I v.. Ko "r&t' i- & 58&&a,V3. & j " i Ma J vm yrx . .- A,Vv Y"k 'S l A. rsSC . ilflk j K J A ; .. """WT ? Wl, ALO".Ji nTi. A Lr&vrz ( v mm i (Tbp tVINh( Owl ITOCK . JL PiiV?? XiST. HiJl T n. .- TW"V) Tm & "J I r ' S.i t V)il i Our stock is all clean stock, what we mean by cleaning our stock is this, we wish to clean eur stock of all summer Goods. To do this we are making the very Lowest Price on all Goods; this cleaning will last from August 18th to 31st. Below are the reductions we are making on our Reliable We do not change tickets on our Goods when we make a Reduction Sale. We sell for so much less than the price we at first put on our Goods and you kow that we he-Sieve in making only fair profits in the beginning. Therefore you can be sure that our prices are money saving prices for you rather than money making pricps for ourself. Don't Forget The Date Aug. ...

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. — 25 August 1910

$i."i in i i.i. I ' "y s, k- - a- . " ' rii itribtti V0L3 3 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTyI KENTUCKY, August 25, 1910 NUMBER 10 NEW BOOM IN MINERAL MINES Rick Miaes Near Carrsviile Opened Aad Will be Kuaaiag is Full Blut. Messrs Thos. P. Lantry and C, J. Van Fleet, of the Mining and Milling Co., of near Carrsviile mLivingston county, were in Maridn Monday and while here were pleasant callers at the Record-Press office. They had some splendid specimens of the richness of their spar and they are here to start to putting it on the market at once. They are men who mean busi ess ana in but a short time will make the merchants of Carrs viile feel the good of a company with the money and backbone to uncover the hidden riches of her surrounding territory. We know of the richness of the two greatest mines in the world just across the river, working the same veins that reach far into Livingston and Crittdnden counties and to all who are willing to develop the lead and fluor spar on this side we ar...

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. — 25 August 1910

1 1 R 13' .. WW 9K .-i - Br; rj ! m v-y ssy ySZtff) ?fj Ladies $3.00 Low Cuts. Ladies $2.50 Low Cuts Ladies $2.00 Low Cuts Ladies $1.50 Low Cuts . ;fJ. CLEARANCE PRICES ON MENS-LADIES AND CHILDREMS LOW CUTS ALL MUST GO See These Ladies $4.00 and $3.50 Low Cuts .$3.00 . 2.25 1.75 1.G5 1.15 1 Lot Mens $3,00 and $2.50 Low Cuts $1.90 1 Lot Mens $4.00 Tan and Patent Low Cuts .... $3.25 $2.00 Misses Low Cuts $1.50 $1.50 Misses Low Cuts .$1.15 $1.25 Misses Low Cuts $1.00 White Canvass Low Cuts worth $1.50, $1.25 and $1.00 at . . . 50 and 35 cents We give Gold Trading Stamps . . A teacher with limited and a good method. With out method, he is not a teacher regardless of the amount of subject matter he may know. This is the point that I wish to emphasize, that training and dis cipline are greater than knowledge; and that only by sound method can we train and discipline faculty. The method of teaching is much more valuable than the matter of instruct ion. The manner or method of teaching is 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. — 25 August 1910

- Local Happenings 1 J Mrs. Belle James of Paducnh, is visiting her many friends here. Rev. B. P. McMican of Moro, UK. is here to see his old friends. Mens shirts 39c. Saturday. M. E. Foils. C. E. Metz viBited his father, A. H. Metz at Mnttoon Sunday. Earl C. Butler of Salem, was in town Saturday. Russell Gray and J. II- Stephens of Salem, attended the ball game here Thursday. T. M. McConnell of Fredonia, a visitor in town Sunday. Tablets, pencils etc. M. E. Fobs. Mamie Boston went to Mor ganfield Sunday evening. Gray Rochester visited frcinds at Morganfield Sunday. Herbert Rodgcrs of lnd., was the guest of friends here Sunday. Mrs. Grant Davidson has returned to Marion from a sojourn of six moths at Stigler, Okla. Gray Rochester went to Tolu yesterday to play ball with the Tolu team. Quite a number of our young people drove out to the Crittenden Springs Sunday evening. Karson Kendal, of Evangelnc, La. is in Crittenden, the guest of Mr. Joe Foster. Resolutions by the Institute on th...

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. — 25 August 1910

tLM r t rf i"r ' V I' ff i . I " (U i " 0 if I f? if.. F fe V.'t VM Jl'l'U iftH - w .fi.'vr dic iv Ncwr 1 lot$ 1.00 Shirts . 1 lot 75 cent Shirts RESOLVED THAT'WE AREJ)ETF?M NED To clean our Stock 1 J. A. Graves Plaintiff - Etultv' Virginia Graves & etc i Defendant. By virture of a judgment of the Crittenden Circuit Court rendered at its June term 1910, in theabove style cause, I will on the 12th day of September 1910 at 1 o'clock at the door of the Court House in Marion, Ken tucky, sell the following described tract of land lying in Crittenden County, Kentucky, on the waters of the Cumberland river, and being the same land conveyed to J. A. Graves and George Graves by their father Dr. W. S. Graves and containing one hundred and thirty acres more or less. Said land will be sold on six months time. Purchaser must be prepared to give bond with approved personal security. A lien retained upon the Jand to secure the purchase price. J. G. Rochester Conmisoner. RUSTER. BROWKJ Ut .T C....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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