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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 22 September 1910

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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. — 22 September 1910

i i tf i '( I ? V P r .1 in i .l CUMMINS mi&m, ACCSUED BY, RIPLEY Helds Roads Shoald Be Gives Fair Deal and Not Treated as Malefactors. (From the Record-Herald, Chi cago, July 30th, 1910.) Chicago, July 29. -To the Editor: The Record-Hearald of July 24 printed an excerpt of Senator Cummins' Peabody, Kan., Chautauqua speeches of July 23. I should like to ask Senator Cummins some questions through the press, and ask if The Record-Herald will print the following: E. P. Ripley. "Atchinson, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway System, President's Office, Chicago, July 25 Hon. Albert B. Cummins, Des Moines, Iowa, My Dear Sir: In your Chautauqua speech at Peabody, Kan., on the 24 inst, you are reported as saying: "I am not opposed to the railroads. No man who values the public welfare can be hostile to the railroads, but justice to all means to pay the righteous dues as fixed by the Jaws of trade by competition or through society. The railroads of the country are capitalized at $17,000,000,'000...

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. — 22 September 1910

OUR TOBACCO TID CTIMT Wtii PreipecU Good far oae of the Best Crops in both Yield and Quailty. Good members, as is their habit, are asking me daily: "What will be the committee's price on the 1910 crop?" "I don't know," I answer. "The district committee has held only one meeting. At that September 3rd meeting matters of more pressing importance than naming a price for the 1910 crop were up for consideration. The books were ordered closed by October 1. The committee will meet again a few days thereafter, if not before. The committee will come into of information not available before October 1. Meanwhile every member of that committee is daily conferring with members regarding the quantity and quality of the crop, and also consulting members on this question of price. The Hopkins county committeeman is in consultation with the members resi dent in that county. And so in the other counties. Every sin gle one of the committee will take it as a favor if only members will, in person or by ...

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. — 22 September 1910

' fg'Pii' .t'ry. .-. ', f q $ 3f ' f''"H "" wipftiM "'"ywjpwgByg (CM-n-' t, u 0 -V HEJOLVED BIG SUNDAY SCHOOL Farmers' GREAT UNION VE ARE AIL LJVJNG TOR COMfORT. WHAT MORE COMFORT CAN WE FIND I -RALLY AT . .i a J HfAri'irt H wmrvMniihfa Nr?wu ITS AN ADDITION )l?UJdJ CELEBRATION! Tke Mettadut Church Next Sunday To APPEARANCE TooUt Morning, September, 25th at O'clock. i J.f , V MSI m h KihoTzJfn2te OlR. -SHOES FEEL GOOD ON THE IN-SIDE AND LOOK GOOD ON THE OUT-SIDE. THEY ARE GOOD CLEAR THROUGH. BRING YoWR FEET TO JS AND WE WILL SLIP THEM INTO A PAIR OF OUR SHOE-S AND YOUR FEET WILL CARRY OUR .SHOES AWAY. WE WILL NOT TAKE MORE OF YOUR MONEY THAN WE OUGHT To FOR THAT PAIR OF -SHOES YOU WANT. IF THEY DON'T GIVE YOU GOOD WEAR LET YOUR FEET BRING THE SHOES BACK TO VS AND WE WILL "MAKE GOOD." WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN THIS TOWN FOR THE FOLLOWING NOTED LINES OF SHOES: ROBERT-, JOHNSON AND RAND, SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. CROSSITT SHOES FOR MEN; THE SHOE THAT MAKES LIFE WALK EASY. "QU...

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. — 22 September 1910

-TV 't , ! v V .;-'' - .V'1 'W rIRT3F rv - c THE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS It L3 3 INTEREST IN MININING CIRCLES BECOMING LIVELIER EVERY DAY. Everything Now Indicates the Recognition of Old Crittenden as the Richest Fluor Spar, Lead and Zinc District in the World and soon to More than Double All fomer 0 utputs. The Editor of this paper has been taken to task quite frequent ly of late, because of a lack of mining news in these columns. Now Mr. Editor has said nothing to the writer of these notes about it, nor made any complaint: but we think we understand his side of the case. All questions have two sides you know. The most an Editor can do when he is rapped on, is to look pleasant. Editors come nearer really carrying out certain famous scriptural injunction than any other class of mortals. They have to. No other course is open. The scriptural injunction referred to is turning the second cheek when smitten on the first. If Editors would always bristle up and take notice to everything th...

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. — 22 September 1910

OUR WASHINGTON LETTER Interesting News From 'he National Capital of the Grestest Coun try on harth. Washington, September Beginning September 21, day of the calendar end of summer, will begin a series of cabinet meetings at which all the stags of the presidental family are expected to be present and dissuss executive matters as in committee of the whole on the state of the union, as it were. The meeting will last several days, and at it each member will muke report of his achievements during the summer. President Taft it is understood, will discuss with the cabinet the main features of his forthcoming annual message to Congress. The White House convention should be an unusually interesting cabinet event, drawing to its deliberations members from all parts of the country and from beyond its confines. Secretary of State, Knox, who has been spending the warm period at his summer home at Valley Forge, Pa., will report on the international relations of the United States, particularly wit...

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. — 22 September 1910

V la 1 hF Oil II M. JAMES ISSUES STATEMENT As Member of Ballinger Investigating Committee Says Champ Clark Next Speaker. FROM LOUISVILLE HERALD. Congressman Ollie M. James, who is a member of the Ballinger Investigation Committee, is out in a scorching statement in reply to the report issued by Senator Knute Nelson, of Minnesota, Chairman of the Investigating Committee, issued Tuesday at Chicago. Mr. James de clares that the members of the committee favorable to Ballinger are afraid to make public their report until after the November election. He says that he is satisfied that the report by Senator Nelson and his colleagues will be a whitewash for Secretary Ballinger and for the reason they fear to make it public until after the election. MUCH WROUGHT UP. Mr. James arrived in Louisville this afternoon from his home at Marion. He had just finished reading the statement issued by Senator Nelson and the big Congressman was considerably wrought up to say the least. It was after he had ...

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. — 22 September 1910

.rjL fi2i Si jfi Hi STRAIGHT FROM THE SHOULDER OUR FALL GOODS ARE OPEN THE NEW FALL SHOES the way we can THATS talk about ARE HERE Again the Summer is oyer, and your thoughts are turning towards TO FIT ALL FEET The Clothes the question of new Fall attire. Again, as in the past seasons, we have Our stock is full up and we are justly prepared a most inviting display of the very newest and most WE up-to-date proud of same as we are showing Styles in SELL STYLE-QUALITY AND LOW PRICE nmmm mim fmWmmmmWifBfiir H 'H3K ' SBl MJ- :i' . r .. bit 1 A .' a 4.41 fiili. ' l r n -- 1 ' K; ftf ftfc jix 1 l; 1 .1 js 1 a IIP mi mm &r$yil liAl $- NE.W VOW K We give Gold Trading Stamps And they Stand Up to every good thing we say about them. We have them designed and tailored for the Younger Set, who insist on the newest and best fashions. We have them for the Older Man who wants to wear more conservative clothes. AND OUR PRICES SAVE YOU We have them for THE BOYS STYLED like the mens clothes COME AN...

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. — 22 September 1910

s v w 4 I TZSfi rvTvTN (Bsr m ""& 0"" ' TTtTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTT V t fir V V pt' V W V V V V T V I 11 V 'Mr 1 V "I1 V V V V I &s&! CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN ISssSs FALL MILLINERY DRESS BETTER FOR Our new fall stock of French and Willow ADVANCED SHOWING LESS MONEY HERE Ostrich plumes is the NEW SEASON'S FASHIONS most complete stock. NOW READY Never have we opened a season with a greater iety of charming new effects. It will interest and pay J you to see this early display. All the highly favored styles and shapes are here, large medium and small. REASONABLE PRICES A. S. CAVENDER, 1 104 Main St., Marion, Kentucky. Tr TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTv THE LEADED EVERY TIME YOU SPEND A DOLLAR AT OUR STORE WE GIVE YOU A CHANCE ON THE FOUR PRIZES WE GIVE AWAY A. S- Cavender, For a square meal go to A big Camp meeting is in progress at the Tabb mines conducted by Rev. Cramer. Hon. Ollie M. James and T. H. Cochran returned Saturday from Louisville. On Monday Rev, Gibbs of Sher...

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. — 22 September 1910

CUMMINS ACCSUED BY RIPLEY Holds Roads Should Be Given Fair Deal and Not Treated as Malefactors. (From the Record-Herald, Chicago, July 30th, 1910. ) Chicago, July 29. -To the Editor: The Record-Hearald of July 24 printed an excerpt of Senator Cummins' Peabody, Kan., Chautauqua speeches of July 23. I should like to ask Senator Cummins some questions through the press, and ask if The Record-Herald will print the following: E. P. RlI'LEY. Atchinson. Topeka and Santa Fe Railway System, President's Office, Chicago, July 23 Hon. Albert B. Cummins, Des Moines, Iowa, My Dear Sir: In your Chautauqua speech at Peabody, Kan., on the 2-1 inst., you are reported as saying: "I am not opposed to the railroads. No man who values the public welfare can be hostile to the railroads, but justice to all means to pay the righteous dues as fixed by the laws of trade by competition or through society. The railroads of the country are capitalized at $17,000,000,"000! The highest estimate I have ever heard p...

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. — 22 September 1910

i,,""r'ft ' 0' ' 1 iV , ' v Vi Pi ?&' 51 J 9 a OUR TOBACCO 110- Tn Prospects Good for one of the Best Crops in both Yield and Quailty. Good members, as is their middle-of-September habit, are asking me daily: "What will be the committee's price on the 1910 crop?" "I don't know," I answer. "The district committee has held only one meeting. At that September 3rd meeting matters of more pressing importance than naming a price for the 1910 crop were up for consideration. The books were ordered closed by October 1. The committee will meet again a few days thereafter, if not before. The committee will come into of information not available before October 1. Meanwhile every member of that committee is daily conferring with members regarding the quantity and quality of the crop, and also consulting members on this question of price. The Hopkins county committeeman is in consultation with the members resident in that county. And so in the other counties. Every single one of the committee...

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. — 22 September 1910

r i j REJOLVED Vfc Anc AT T 1 lINrt FrD rVMFrPT WHAT MORE COMFORT CAN VE FIND TUAN )N A COMFORTABLE OHOZ s IT'C AM ArnTTinM IHIiiHOtrtfcUd To APPEARANCE Toolnil?iiB TO IVMMM'fMMflMM Furniture! 1 p3SSS V y'MCTtB. JIm S V 3223l gff spssSs JfrmmzStm & . CopyrlHt M,', OUR. .SHOE.S FEEL GOOD ON THE INJIDE AND LooK Good on THE OUTRIDE. THEY ARE good glear through. 5ring your feet to is and we will them into a pair of our .sh0e.s and your feet will carry our away. we will not take more of your money than we ought to for that pair of you want. if they don't give you good wear let your feet bring the swoes &ack to vs and we will "make good." we are exclusive agents in town for the following NOTED LINE-5 OF -SHoEJ: ROBERT-. JoHNJoN AND RAND, FoR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. FoR MEN; THE THAT MAKE-5 LIFE WALK EA.SY. "QUALITY UP, PRICE-5 DOWN," I -S OUR MoTTooN RESPECTFULLY, CARNAHAN BROS., MARION KENTUCKY. j Fine Chickens Pay Z, I have 40 fine white Plymouth Rocks for sale, consist- ing of...

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. — 29 September 1910

I3 3 INTEREST IN MINING CIRCLES BECOM ING LIVELIER EVERY DAY. Everything Now Indicates the Recognition of Old Crittenden as the Richest Fluer Spar, Lead and Zinc District in the World and soon to More than Double All former 0 utputs. Fluor Spar news is becoming more plentiful. The lecture we read out in these columns last week has had effect Certain Fluor Spar operators now show a willingness to talk, and divide with other mortals, news which is peculiarly their own and interesting mainly to them and their stockholders. Some of the moat conservative .men, who habitually work in the dark, and never say a wrd for publication, now deign to say "hello" to the Editor, In a fcfew weeks time we hope to have something to say in these columns that will be of .paramount interest to our readers and it wjll be furnished by these tight-words too. o o oooo o The thirteenth annual session of the American Mining Congress opened Monday of this week in Los Angelos, Cal. This annual congress during th...

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. — 29 September 1910

i -- : i , "V ,- THE TOBACCO POOL The tobacco producers are, through their agents, negotiating for the sale of the burley tobacco in the 1909 pool at 18 cents. The stock would have been sold before this had there not been an effort to prevent the pooling of the crop of 1910. Whether the caop of 1910 be eood or bad, it should be in the pool. If the crop be large it must be . so handled as not to break down the market. If it be short it should be pooled in order to get from the purchaser full price for a short crop. If any large part oi the crop of 1910 can be purchased in the field it makes the farmer compete with himself. Every man whose crop of 1909 is in the pool should put his new crop there. Every tobacco raiser who stayed out of the pool of 1909 benefited greatly by the work of others; reaped where his neighbors had sown; got the increase from the watering done by others. He should do his part He should be ashamed not to do his part If farmers will not help each other: if each ...

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. — 29 September 1910

fc l- W WASHINGTON LEHER Jsterntmf News Frem the Natieaal Capital f tke Grestest try m Earth. Washington Sept (Special) The Seventh annual convention of the National Rivers and Harbors Congress, which will be held in "Washington December 7, 8 and 9, will undoubtedly be the most important gathering the organization has ever held. It -will find the executive and Congress in harmonious relation upon the great salient features of waterway improvements. The attendance is already assured of the most prominent men in public life, including the President of the United States and in all probability the Ex-President, Col. Theodore Roosevelt. It is now high time that all commercial and trade bodies interested in watenvay . improvement, should be making up their list of delegates to the National Rivers and Harbors Congress. The convention promises to have an enormous attendance, and for the visitors to the national capital, will be in great demand, especially as the date of the convention will ...

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. — 29 September 1910

I , - ft ss Si SSdSI tTjyi BBBSBBMTjaBav. asSaBi VviaGKSflLBflaBai BBBSJBu'P&sHavfllBjB VABem1xj r ooivrus 6 to NEJW YOR K We give Gold Trading Stamps ft & CALMES Editor and Publisher. Knterd at matter February 9tb 7 at the poitoffice at Marion. Kentucky, under be Act of Coatreii of March J. iBts. One Dollar the Year in Adrance. It will be the policy of the Department hereafter where residents on any Rural Route continually neglect and fail 3o improve their roads, to discontinue such service Rural mail delivery feervice is here to stay and it has grown to such proportions that it is now one of the strongest arms of ttie service. As a rule it works incalculable good. One man at a cost of $2.32 per day serves on an average 500 people. If their time is only worth ten cents per day each, which is certainly a low estimate, the service shows an enormous saving to the people. Therefore all those living on the five routes emanating from the Marion, Ky, Postoffice should see to it, a...

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. — 29 September 1910

JL .1 Cam Clifton of Kuttawa visited his parents at this place Sunday. Rev. B. Goodrum and children passed through town last week inroutc to conference. Miss Sallie Grass ham and little Nace Lavern Percell passed through- Marion Thursday for Salem. Mr. Robert Rowlott of Memphis Tenn. is visiting his Aunt ' Miss Mollie Flanary. Mrs) J.M. Conyer is visiting her daughter in Memphis, Tenn. Joe Kirkindall and Mr. Steen f of Princeton are visiting freinds in Marion. VZ Mr. H. F. Chesnut of Smith-land, spent Sunday and Monday here. Miss Maggie Moore the popular saleslady of Carnahan Bros, visited friends in Cadiz last week. Mr. Saw Catlett of Princeton, spent Sunday in Marion. Mrs.R. A. Moore returned Sat. from Texas where she has been visiting for several months. Mrs. H. F. Morris is visiting her mother in Lola this week. Mrs. D. C. Roberts is visiting her son Mr. Geo. P. Roberts and family. Mrs. Williams of Providence, has been visiting her daughter On special lot 50 cant values cash spe...

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. — 29 September 1910

m J li f ii (i I t j h f : I . T J r .'. h If i Ml i J 'J p r, f im ..' p- DECIDE -YOURSELF The Opportunity, is here, Backed by Marion testimony Don't take our word for it. , Don't depend on a stranger's statement, Read Marion endorsement Read the statements of Marion citizens. And decide yourself. Here is one case of it: A. H. Fritta, Depot St., Ma rion, Ky., says: "I know Doan's Kidney Pills to be an effective and reliable kidney remedy. For some time I had extreme lameness in my back and sharp cricks caught me when I arose frem a stoopped position. The kidney secretions were also irregular J in passage and I felt miserable in every way. Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Haynes & Taylor's Drug Store, were prompt in relieving me of all these I have no hesitation in giving this remedy my highest endorsement. For sale by all dealers- Price 50 cents Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agent for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. GLENDALE We had a...

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. — 29 September 1910

- !S t i. K ife ir x w 5 FAWNING HAIR Run No Risk When You Use This Remedy We promise you that, if your f hair is falling out, and you have not let it go too far, you can repair the damage already done by using Rexall "93" Hair Tonic, with persistency and regularity, for a reasonable length of time. It is a scientific, cleansing, antiseptic, germicidal preparations, that destroys microbes, stimulates good circulation around the hair roots, promotes hair nourishment, removes dandruff and restores hair health. It is as pleasant to use as pure water, and it is delicately perfumed. It is a real toilet necessity. We want you to try Rexall "93" Hair Tonic with our promise that it will cost you nothing unless you are perfectly with its use. It comes in two sizes, price 50c. and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in ttis community only at our store The Rexall Store. Haynes & Taylor. Ed Flanery has returned from Illinois. J. M. Thompson of Shady Grove was in Marion Saturday....

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. — 29 September 1910

as AS as 4S . o-"' 1' st .- r !i mMfbMM&M&6M1itbM&MiitbM im&MMlbMSMMMM& i ftg & 5 H 1 B m H m B H H .. BIK K B H V H Mr V 1 B H B " VHHHI i.U&M(tt Oct. 3rd 6 vf ooo ua H b Bf J ! H a H v SHEETING B i fB LLW M m H LLLr rds of thef anion? UcDriGrhGotinunder tvnnaAfni9 eiYrtaiiQ ntiln e SEEEnESBS QOS 'I What woman is not familiar with HOOSIER SHEETING the most perfect, natural brown sheeting, looms ever produced. This sheeting is the favorite all over Ameri ca with millions of housewives has stood the test year after year since grandmother's day. So there's going to be big enthusiasm in our staple section, for we are going to sell HOOSIER SHEETING for six days only at art EXTRA SPECIAL PRICE. At store opening Monday our stock of HOOSIER SHEETING will be nearly 6000 yrds. We are going to move the whole big pile in SIX DAYS so be ready to fill your year's wants AT A BIG SAVING. 'HOOSIER SHEETING WEEK" price 5 cents per yard. Rtti DURING THIS HOOSIER SHEETING W...

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