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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 25 August 1910

?i& i'JSWi 'fisy? 7t,aa7wr . ! 'r'xO (-- r - i'i ii ' , ,i F I' s s4f? tmmhm tmtwtt V0L3 3 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY. KENTUCKY, August 25. (910 NUMBER 10 '$ a If 4ft V fe NEW BOOM IN MINERAL MINES Rich Mines Near Carrsville Opened And Will be Kunning in Full Blast. Messrs Thos. P. Lantry and C, J. Van Fleet, .of the Scofield-Speece Mining qpd Milling Co., of near Carrsville in Livingston county, were in Marion 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 ana in but a short time will make the merchants of Carrsville 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 Critte'nden counties and to all who ar...

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. — 25 August 1910

HHWPMi fSSSN TziF 50?b Est CLEARANCE PRICES ON MOIS--LADIES AND CiilLDREWS LOW CUTS ALL MUST GO See These Ladies $-1.00 and 3.50 Low Cuts Ladies $3.00 Low Cuts Ladies S2.50 Low Cuts Ladies $2.00 Low Cuts Ladies $1.50 Low Cuts 1 Lot Mens $3.0 and $2.50 Low Cuts We give Gold Trading Stamps tEfje Crittcnocn Ciccortj.lDrcsii N. E. CALMES Editor Publisher. hnletfil ai second '1 - muter I'ebruiry jlh 07 at Ibe posto&ce at Maricn Kentucky under the Act of Congress of March j IS". One Dollar the Year tn Advance. Dher Bloomers vere coming O ho, ho, ho! Und Brinceton und also blayed, don't id'.' Und five und four vos nine alreadty. Und one to nodings make dose vellers go home veredhey say; mine got jn heimel! Forest fires are sweeping the forests of Montana with great destruction to life and property. The loss of life may reach into the hundred, and the lohS of prverty already into millions of dollars. Wi: had a splendid letcer from our good correspo'ulent at New Salem and other points an...

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. — 25 August 1910

4e s s Local Happenings a Mrs. Belle James of Paducah, is visiting her many friends here. Rev. B. F. McMican of Moro, 111., is here to see his old friends. Mens shirts 39c. Saturday. M. E. Fohs. C. E. Metz visited his father, A. H. Metz at Mattoon Sunday. Earl C. Butler of Salem, was in town Saturday. Russell Gray and J. H- Stephens of Salem, attended the hall game here Thursday. T. M. McConnell of Fredonia, was a visitor in town Sunday. Tablets, pencils etc, M. E. Fohs. Mamie Boston went to Morganfield Sunday evening. Gray Rochester visited freinds at Morganfield Sunday. Herbert Rodgers ol Evans-ville, Ind., 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 hall with the Tolu team. Quite a number of our young people drove out to the Crittenden Springs Sunday evening. Karson Kendal, of Evangelne, La. is in Crittenden, the guest of Mr. Joe Foster. Resolutions by ...

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

J5? JJjgWAfllwS -1 'I " V AT ., 1 lot$ 1.00 Shirts 1 lot 75 cent Shirts J. A. Graves Plaintiff . ' vs Virginia Graves & etc ( Defendant. RESOLVED THAT WE PREDETERMINED To CLEAN OUR 5tqCK 1 If ? H ! RUSTER. BROWNJ Equity. By virture of a judgment of the Crittenden Circuit Court rendered at its June term 1010, 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, Kentucky, sell the following described tract of land lying in Crittenden County, Kentucky, I 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 ietained upon the land to secure the purchase price. J. G. Rochester Commisoner. E49 Take ' to cents 50 cents :'" k V') f.i,.(Vitr OWM10 C?Tc CHNIN(r...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 8 September 1910

?!.-$ r a. n . (Biriilrtifteti IU ftwrft Mtzm vOL3 3 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, September 8, 1910 NUMBER 12 V fr '4 i' -: F4 h. o. 3V kT t s V ."; i??: - 'i If tt T w i ms v .5 6SS & :Wr !& OUR TOAACCO I HI ING8 Plan a Whirlwind Campaign Mr. Elliott, of Henderson Present at Meeting. The County Committee of the Henderson Stemming District Association held an important meeting at the court house Saturday. The committee passed a resolution requiring all district committeemen to make a whirlwind campaign this week for the purpose of getting as much of the present crop of tobacco pooled as they possibly can. The pool cannot be effected unless 85 per cent of the crop is secured, and this must be ac complished before the district meeting is held at Henderson on September the th'rrd. Mr. William Elliott, of Henderson, manager of the organization, was present at the meeting. The meeting was presided over by Mr. F. F. Brown, chair man of the committee, Mr. W. fl. Parker the ...

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. — 8 September 1910

' S-l History c ? and espe i 2hool. p chosen bj Jr Trustees Jas. l s hnstian As.- Moore. Flo lard, Edith Lena Wood (Mrs. Fannie IIC feeling Is growing throughout tho Indian army and Indian gov eminent circles that Britain Is approaching a bigger campaign on the northwest frontier than has been seen In recent yeais Not only are large sections of the tribesmen like the Wazlrls and others exhibiting signs of Increasing turbulence, but the frontier territories from one end to the other are already full of modern arms and ammunition, while more Is pouring Into them every day by every secluded track leading through and the Afghan hills. In addition to this, the present Ameer abandoning his father's policy, k$rrPHowe'' tn0l,sands of modern in the arsenal at Loard. Kabul to reidi the hands of his own ictpnt an l tuo Probabl co-opera "".tion ,0f t;he la.ter in a frontier war :h appreClyfctuthe In(llan Uaj may easily in- W Syuei'WwWffic British government with At- h onyaer, An ,js as t.Very I...

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 September 1910

f m i ; ii- S - iTjPJPl,! .1 V IM xcQvating arbie end (Siranite taaaBBBBBBBBBP S Y J V f IV Ferer aSSS: Am "aaBBBBBBBBBBBaf "wSCr l.fc, 2" W'U" v sv CVfWu 4.AWY VW Svr Wl 1IC &UHI. THE minds of most people marble and granite, two stones of IX widely different characteristics, are Inherently symbolical of beauty, strength and permanence. They preserve the tradition of something stable and enduring. Man's use of marble and grnnlto has, of course, dated from the days of antiquity: Indeed, of all components of the earth's crust, no two, perhaps, have been more universally pressed Into the service of construction and decoration. The world's yield of the finer classes of marble proceeds from many countries, Italy, France, Belgium, Norway, Sweden and America being especially prolific In deposits. Apart from the British Isles, where. In particular, the gray Aberdeen and red Peterhead varieties are justly famed, granite occurs In Sweden, the Tyrol, Italy, Sardinia, North America and othe...

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. — 8 September 1910

sv.yi .cffiSs KWHM' 'diHwif' 'kBj' fCZZIlv 'f' kL 'CZ7' KKW ',JWS ',M klHq 'fHIQ' PTjBm' 'TBiM' kKmn 'txV ''JT'JKm kiKmn 'fl3S JTKV rHvlx WIND-UP PRICES ON Mien's Suits and Odd Trousers Lot of Odds and Ends in Fine Suits and Pants PRICED BELOW COST OF PRODUCTION HOME ENTERPRISE A SUCCESS This week a car containing 40 thousand pounds of granite was received by Henry & Henry the Monument men of this place. In this shipment was a large ment, which is now being erected on the lot of Mrs. R. W. Wilson in the new cemetery, and marks the resting place of one of Marion's most highly respected citizens. In this car were also two handsome monuments for the father and mother of Mrs. Fin Croft of Tolu, Ky. and another fine monument sold to Dr. T. W. Twitchell, of Belleville. 111. The Henry Bros., shop and equipment for handling heavy ' monuments is not surpassed by any of their competitors, and it has come to be noticeable to all that are interested in this line of business that these gentl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 8 September 1910

l. j Local Happenings S. S. Sullinger, of Imia, asw in Marion Saturday. J. M. Castlin, of Crayne, was in Marion Sunday. Mr. F. B. Harris of Tolu, went to Elkton Monday. J. F. Dalton of Repton was in Marion Saturday, returning Sunday. Mr. Wm. Barnett, a prominent farmer of Tolu, was in Marion several days last week. W. C. Carnahan, of the firm of Carnahan Bros., went to Blackford Friday. Judge L. H. James was called to Louisville on business last week. Just received a new line of Kabo corsets. C. B. Loyd, Fredonia, Ky. Wm. Baird returned Sunday from a business trip to Henderson. J. H. Orme left Saturday for Louisville and Cincinatti to buy goods. Tom Johnson, and Arnie of Princeton, spent Sunday with Mrs. W. J. Johnson. Mrs. A. S. Cavender left Monday for Louisville to buy her fall and winter goods. Gray Rochester left Monday to attend the State University at Lexington another term. Mr. J. C. Gray and son, Russell, of Salem, went to Hopkins-ville on business Monday. J. S. Moore, of G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 8 September 1910

y now reaches over 71,500,000 acres. ' 0ll,if M . . u This means that the enormous area In . 'll ar T"' question is to be preserved by the Welcomed eminent for disposition in tho future ! and that it Is not to fall into the hands Jewelry, at any rate, in our loose of grasping monopolists, says Troy acceptance of the term, lor no stones Times. Coal lands may be open to aro v!slbIe 'n this pretty fancy. I have rlcultural entry, but the rich deposits BnoUen of the Kld lace P'ns crocheted underneath are to remain public prop- turers '"I?0, ,Xow chT hnve brought out wooden qnhlort em subject to such arrangement as mcnt8 ,n n manncr of may be made in the general interest. shapes-collar pins, hat pins, belt buck- les, cuff links, slipper buckles The ramming of the gunboat Cas- a11 t0 bo covered with this tine which as a. result lies on the beach cnetetl ne may have a whole at Provincetown, Mass., full of water, was duo to a miscalculation In mimic warfare similar to that which caused the s...

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 September 1910

te I? H' vT Jfi'r'u U-' KAISER ENTERTAINS AMERICANS stead of highballs and other possibly attracttvo but certainly heating mix-tin os. being put up In long, cylindrical bottles. It Is advertised In drug stores "from our own churn," and Is outselling tho soda and sundao. It Is mndo by prlvato families fiom tablets, which arc placed In unskimmed milk. At hotels and restaurants it Is served Ice-cold in bottles mndo especially for buttermilk And why? Bceauso for a long tlmo physicians havo be.en pointing out that It Is tho best hot-weather drink The? have said that it is tho most easily digested, tho most cooling, tho most healthful. They havo declared It oven an oxcollont hot-weather food. And besides that, there aro comparatively few people. It is said, who don't take to buttermilk naturally, Hko a duck to water. "Buttermilk?" queried Mamger Marsh of tho Borden Dairy company. "Why, we aro selling more buttermilk right now than ever before. It Is the j Lnicago summer drink, and wo nre ...

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 September 1910

ADOLESCENCE IN EDUCATION. There has been a -spirit of unrest, in regard to matters of ' education, from the very beginning of our public school system. This spirit of unrest has been the result of our inadequate educational system, in as much as it does not furnish uch mental developement as can ' in rural life. This unrest is still in operation: trying to -develop the schools into institutions that will more fully meet the needs of the mass instead of -a few. For a long time it was secondary schools that received the attention of th educators, but now attention has shifted to the elementary .schools as well. This spirit of unrest spread from Germany to England thence to America, where such men as Dr. Wm. T. Harris, Col. Francis W. Parker, Pres. Chas. W. Eliot, Dr. G. Stanley Hall and a number of others were eager to grasp the "New Learning," as it were and demand something in our schools that shall be real and vital rather than artificial or indifferent. There is a generally agreem...

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. — 8 September 1910

millm&m tmhStM vOL3 3 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, September 8, 1910 NUMBER 12 OUR TOAACCO III! ' INGS Plin & Whirlwind Cawpaign Mr. Elliott, ef Henderson Present at Meeting. The County Committee of the Henderson Stemming District Association held an important x meeting at the court house Saturday. The committee passed a resolution requiring all district committeemen to make a whirlwind - campaign this week for th pose of getting as much of the present crop of tobacco pooled as they possibly can. The pool cannot be -effected unless 85 percent, of the crop is secured, and this must be ac complisned before the district meeting is held at Hcnderwm on September the third. Mr. William Elliott, of Henderson, manager of the organization, was present at the meeting. The meeting was presided over by Mr. F. F. Brown, chairman of the committee, Mr. W. H. Parker the chairman-elect, will assume his duties on Sept 3. At the meeting referred to above the Hopkins County Board recomm...

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. — 8 September 1910

al it- asml Edith .Woedi. i - . iVi rJiannid Oun-E . && -v es&e4w in Jsteee w U. pan re, 7? PcnsianOulf AGROWINSMENA.CET0 HOW LOVING-CUP ORIGINATED &Ki '. THEPEACE OFINDIA u syri Vrf ; sfl IH How Powerful Interesting 8tory Telling ill' llT7"M ByTttMANNBRS HOWE u iJ .Ml! J King of Ancient Taught JJMJBa?frrf?8 Mi g --TV" Ignorant Lesion. II x hes sud Waiiris js Ta! - :,HN - . . . Uj ? "? ' r. . 7i?L: ; . .."k- u VTy? STVS Mmmfo&xJliriCr couYrmrcr i- ' rfiv' fjhtiv . . fj JAtelM H ks 8BH i &fc - iS8i2K. Mffi&M eSmsm irtfirAf HE feeling Is growing throughout tho Indian army and Indian government clrcleB that Britain Is approaching a bigger campaign on the northwest frontier than has been seen in recent years Not only are large eecttons of the tribesmen like the others exhibiting signs of Increasing turbulence, but the frontier territories from one end to the other are already full of modern arms and ammunition, whllo more Is pouring into them every day by eve...

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 September 1910

1 em -1 xcavating arble imd aranite wH' V" Ki , nBrBJyr Jtbi - ff. Bw, Jyitl9ssa9aaa9aaa9l L9aaaH A. JmfC 4 'atm'S raaT ffi.99ar W',' VMBjAdOH BB jBit tt"fl(P 'fc'V te- a a Jase9r ve9aae9aaa aaa!' tiwHttSi v iiri i ft Tit r",;4 EISTcifll H EaaB L9W t ajBaBaaraBPeaM aBeBBr TIIK minds of most peoplo mar-bio and granite, two atonea of IN widely different characteristics, nro Inherently symbolical of beau ty, strength and pcrmitncncc. Thoy preserve thu tradition of something atable and enduring M tin's usu of mnrblo nnd granlto has, of course, dated from thu days of antiquity; Indeed, of nil components of 'the earth's crust, no two, perhaps, time been tnoro universally prossed Into the service of construction and decoration Thu world's yield of tho finer classes of mnrblo proceeds from tnnny countries, Italy, France, Belgium, Norwny, Sweden and America being especially prolific In deposits Apart from tho British Isles, where, 1b particular, tho gray Aberdeen and red Peterhead varieties ...

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. — 8 September 1910

IS I ; fe II im 4 x XH 1 r k OVViN fffvfts v v7 T H Lot of Odds and Ends in Fine Suits and Pants PRICED BELOW COST OF PRODUCTION New Fall New Ginghams, New Wool We give Gold Trading Stamps Che (Crittenben N. E. CALMES Editor and Publisher. Entered ai second-claw matter February gth 07 at the postoffice at Marlon, Kentucky, under the Act ot Congress of March j. 1879. One Dollar the Year in Advance. We are authorized to announce J. M. Walker a candidate for the office of County Judge, of Crittenden county, subject to the action of the Republican convention, Monday Sept 12, 1910. Mr. Walker is an old line Republican fought through out the civil war in the Union ranks and having a full knowledge that the war is over and a thing of the past with mallace towards none and charity for all, asks to be the next county Judge. GRADE CARDS for sale at this office at 50 cents per 100, NOTICE TEACHERS , Grade cards can be had at this office for the low price of 50 cents per 100. Go to the Main Str...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 8 September 1910

Ltcal Happenings J S..S.'Sullinflr, of Irma, mw Morion Saturday. J. M. Castlin, of Crayne, was in Marion Sunday. Mr. F. B. Harris of Tolu, '"went to Elkton Monday. J. F. Dalton of Repton was in fi'Maribn Saturday, returning Sun- lay. Mr. Wm. Harnett, a promi nent farmer of Tolu, was in Marion several days last week. W. C. Carnahan, the firm of Carnahan Bros., went to Blackford Friday. Judge L. H. James was called to Louisville on business last week. Just received a new line of Kabo corsets. C. B. Lovd, Fredonia, Ky. Wm. Baird returned Sunday from a business trip to Henderson. J. H. Orme left Saturday for Louisvillo and Cincinatti to buy goods. Tom Johnson, and Arnie of Princeton, spent Sunday ' with Mrs. W. J. Johnson. Mrs. A. S. Cavender left Monday for Louisville to buy her fall and winter goods. Gray Rochester left Monday to attend the State University at Lexington another term. Mr. J. C. Gray and son, Russell, of Salem, went to Hopkins-ville on business Monday. J. S. Moore, of G...

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 September 1910

V '1 in I t .. Crittenden Record-Press MARION : : : KENTUCKY LARGE AND SMALL FAMILIE8. Whero the population la largely agricultural and Isolated, and where labor 1b scarce, tho husbandman Is proud to raise a largo family, for the boys In tlmo will help to lift tho labor from his shoulders, and also thero is always plenty of work for tho girls to do about the farm. Moreover, food is plentiful and other doslres are lew. Dut no such stimulus for a largo family exists in urban llfo, where it is often necessary to llvo in a flat, tho very limitations of which point to tho lnadvlsablllty of a numerous progeny, says Indianapolis Star. Moreover, as tho Individual rises in tho social Scale former desires become present needs. Tho coming of numerous children would mean the sacrlflco of theso needs by the parents, tho descent to a lower standard of living, and tho parents will not consent. Finally sclenco bus shown that a email family well taken caro of makes a better showing In future generat...

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 September 1910

tr try K "KAISER ENTERTAINS AMERICANS ON HIS YACHT HT ,iV'CXk'i,)te ? " il JsW7gM6h sHHlllllllllllM - WWTgWwM i eSBl E S I eBPJeBSMSS SS SMSJ SBWSa 1 Hif Js said that American! aro not especially In favor with tba new king of England, but the emperor of Germany IT still counts many of them among his personal friends, and often entertains them on board the Imperial yacht Hohenzollorn. The Illustration accompanying Is frcm a photograph of one of these yachting parties, the lady at the knlsor's Immediate right being Mrs. Qoolet of New York. CITY'S NEW TIPPLE gutter-milk Adopted by Chicago- as Best Hot Weather Drink. It Is Chasing Mint Julep From Bar and Has Relegated Sundae to Rear of Drug Store Dealers Busy, Chicago. nultermllk the- drirftc that Is making Chicago famous. If you don't llvo strictly on a diet during tho hot weather you don't belong, and dairymen, doctors, drugstore keepor. club men, caterer and rcttaurantours have as much as agreed upon It. According to pcoplo who deyot...

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 September 1910

MA& LAV Wn' cultift IB 8C& TalseF urbtfK j? rlscrt beccS numgiy', i bV Finfl pro rival ceil wh roJ An Btal ml fal Tfl dll ADOLESCENCE IN EDUCATION. There .has been a spirit of unrest, in regard to matters of I'educatwn, from the very begin- ning of our public school system. This spirit of unrest has been the ' result1 of our' inadequate- educational sVstem, in as much' as it does . not furnish such mental developement as can he iracticed in rural life. This unrest is still in operation; trying to develop the schools into institutions, that will more fully meet the needs of the mass instead of a few. For a long iime it was secondary schools that received the .attention of the educators, but now attention has shifted to the elementary"Bchools as well. This spirit of unrest spread from -Germany to England thence to America, where such men as Dr. Wm. T. Harris, Col. Francis "W. , Parker, Pres. Chas. W. EKot, Dr. G. Stanley Hall and a number of others were eager to grasp the "New...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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