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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 22 August 1907

r ( ,rv j i 'I - -i i $ rv v ff I l f t It IV i EARTH'S MIGHTIEST AND BEST 91 ASK vsET x Jr : " v?3b S3r . w uww &vik . r i . - .. u 2tJ?."5 "HSr"2 w -- - v Bit CM. I Baas IX W Bk"BB . -. OlkKtW .cnMiNr ftt 'sAMRiNrn MFMAr.FDiFSrwkTi..i Vjr, TRAINS -C' 1 TOO . PEOPLE.HORStS'O RARE UIID 'ANIMALS.' .LARGEST DAIIROAC I DQ0BtLLtDT7S " is.y . -': W?KB .tn,gpSSS!t sz&mm CJ ', mV - " ' BBk . a. - .m. 'w T i ii & '" I I ft SUnpRISES HERE. luwiMrtm r aqtkt 7:'. . 7-.. ' TWICE DAILY O'CONCERN VktMW : "5a d ..'-. COMING 0. IN ALL THEIR VAST . J tWTIQFTV .U V r S ... Wj.- ENTIPETtv supbimc fcJ.DNS bTv TRIPLE " X Sv si T mrs AIiXteNTSSUN AND RAIN PHOOf H . . m9&? UhMlH Sfli MOBLHN i's . i. . ' - .-:? i."W'rVi TJi .. TILU.X ! I Jt' J I T 0S 'I- . J. .U " TlVllr" ANYBODY. 3r 4P;; hippodrome: 300 ' ;S BnH.lCZS ta-'v PftEMIER PERfORMERS AMERICA'S ONLY AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISE ...V -",. M e u f r..v? f iii uiijh.'1wx: .X! :v .. .? itss. .1 i. Vi WHICH MAS CIRCUMNAVIGATED " THE GLOBE. 'SEA...

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 August 1907

nps 'Vf " IP v.Tpagmir'WW" "f ttfTM.P -,? T L ! ' v" ( y .. . TV ",'i '""l w r..'!' r: - .aH x. '.- 'v i ' I 'J tillmfom tmvfo P? t i 7'3T , rr - - $ i J . " J VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 29, I907. NUMBER 13 INSTITUTE CLOSES Had Interesting and Benetlcal Session-Good Attendance of Teachers and Visitors. WKDNKSDAY Morning. The devotional exorcisos o f Wednesday morning were conducted I' by 0. D. Spcnco. Aftor roll anil Mr. Guilliams, of the State Normal jSchool at Howling Groon, Ky., talk ?od to the institute a few minutoa Jtclliug of tlio call for woll trained litcachcr. The class of httlo onos again be- )ing present, Prof. Sharon showod iliow quickly they could loam to road by the word method, Whether the term "recitation" wait a good one or not was discussed by C. K Thomas land others. That which constitutes fa good recitation was discussed by fthc institute. Some very holpful remarks wore made by F. .M. Poguo on tho -'art of questioning. " Mr. Charlos Gra...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 August 1907

wzr' Iffi rrjrr f jfi' Jk Y'ljFgf 17' tf r 2if JE f -(. :WW- "--. t EI Uk - - v COMMITS SUICIDE Former Mayor Paul Barth Shoots Himself Through the Head with a Rerolrer. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 22 Paul 0. Barth, for a year and a half mayor of Louisvilln and outstod recently by the decision of the court of appeals, ehot and killed himsolf yesterday. Mr. Barth ended his life in his priv. ntc office at the headquarters of the Utica Lime company, of which be was general manager. The shot was heard by his business associates, who rushed into the room to find Mr. Barth unconscious on the floor with n bullet bole through his head. He regained consciousness aud died at about 1 o'clock. Dr. Andrew Sargent, formerly of Hopkinsvillo, was called to attend him and found immediately that the wound would be fatal. Mr. Barth was a man of means and was president of the board of aldermen for several years. It was Mr. Barth who welcomed Prosident when the president made his southwestern tour two yoars ag...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 August 1907

LIVINGSTON COUNTY NEWS. MVINOSTON IIANNKU. fe The Corpus Christi (Tox.) Daily rfallcr of August 12, contained the h following items of interest to Liv ingston county jicoplo: K (.'. 0. Ijowory and Prof. Justus hac sold three of their lots in the West Knd Addition to Mr. John Keiloy of Coinstock, Toxbb. Consideration $1000. This shows how I'.' property is advancing in that part or tho city. Dr. Allen Lowery wife and son, of Hlackwoll, Okla., are virtiting his brother, C. ). Lowory, on Chapar ral street this wook. Tho doctor is well pleased with Corpus Christi and thinks 'tho Naples of tho Gulf" ia if the coining city of Southwest Texas. House Burned. Monday niijlit a tonant house on the farm of J. A. Karris noar Groon's Ferry burned entailing a loss of probably IT (HI with no insurance It is the residence formerly occupied by Jim Wiggint. A man by the name of Guinn lived in the house but he saved most of his household goods. Dr. Phillips to Change. A report has reached this office th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 August 1907

v. v- ' .'-I .. ".. jjwMswmimw,mr wj5l w T"V"mpt wi , , . ' t . ,JB. NM- .fa J? r "1 'jr ' ' vt (?'.. M i.'MttotlmiwmmJ.i. ... .JT- U.Vi'i.. llMrtri Vi) lit i in 'n m ria..rj.t..,, .,,! i.i. ..i. I, i i ! "ii" 'f ( VB tP SSe w . .. teiStesa&fi -. . ,rr2pSSsAfe iNNNN tfJf NEW FALL GOODS! Arriving Daily ! vl WE HAVE New Fall Ginghams I SHOES For Men, Women, Children. The Best Kind FOR The Least Price BOYS' KNEE CLOTHING Cf)c Crittcnbcn PrcS&ltccorb S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Knitted ai second-class matter Jane 26th. at tbe DostoSee at Marion. Ky.. under the Act of Contress ot March jrd. 1874. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. Single copies mailed .05 t month mailed to an 7 address h 1 months jj smooths ' jo 1 year m .............. i,oo B years 5,00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IF HOT FAID CASH IN ADVANCE, Single oapies mailed 95 1 month aailed to anr address 15 " " " S months 75 " " " t year t,je THURSDAY, AUG. '29, 1907. All those who owe us a dollar or more o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 August 1907

m 'T 1 Straw Hats ! Just one-third Oft the regular price while they last. Straw Hats! 4) WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES " AND PLEASE YOU TOO WHITE OXFORDS For Ladies, Misses and Children at ONE-HALF PRICE ! Special Prices On all Oxfords for Men, Women and Children. Sec our line of LACE CURTAINS. This Special Sale Will Continue Until Saturday Night, Aug. 31, And at the prices named while the articles included in the Sale last. So don't wait until the last to come and expect to get the "PICK" of the sale. DON'T FORGET THAT WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Carpets, Rugs, Druggets, and Mattings. 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.65 TAYLOR & CANNAN rMLlfcBllr3iWJWPWW?rM j 1"JV t - ( MmAWSmMWMWWMMHMWSWWW THE GREAT CIRCUS f SB Will be here on Saturday, August 31, the last day of our Special Sale, so don't fail to g get some of the great values that we offer on this day. gfcr LOOK HERE! Mens Suits $18.00 Suits $11.00 15 00 " 11.50 12 50 " 8.75 1150 " 8.25 10.00 " 7.50 8.50 " 5.75 7,50 " 5.00 G.00 " i 4.25 5 0...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 August 1907

i?.? , . Cv. ' ' f V ,. L i , f n fnw."; .-. J-wt..: . --rws: . r. k j --: - c; fmti ", ftti 'S lh Don't Ruin Your Best Horse Going for a Doctor Bowel complaints arc always more or less prevalent during the Summer months, and many a man ha ruined hw best horse going for a doctor when some of his family was suffering from cramp colic or cholera morbus. Be prepared for such an emergency. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is the most successful medicine yet produced for these diseases and can always be depended upon. No doctor can prescribe a better medicine. It is almost certain to be needed before the Summer is over. Buv it now. iKJSXXXKXKXXXXtXMKKXXJOSXXXX; Graduate Veterinarian. ' Have You Any Diseased Stock? J mm On or about Sept. 1st, I will locate per- ?? mancntlv in Marion, and will treat horses " ' c2 ::'.i JJ and other stock, and am prepared to do the Jvj ,j jtttir S best professional service in all kinds of $ I Alice HrownUg ill jf 5 diseases. Any call, day o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 August 1907

9 " ' 0440004OO4"frQ4"frO"4404 The effect of malaria last a long time. You catch cold easily or become rundown because of the after effects of malaria. Strengthen yourself with Scott's Emulsion. It builds new blood and tones up your nervous system. ALL DRUOOISTSi BOo. AND $1.00. O6"frO0060666604'604'6000440i English Like Unclad Young. London, Kngland, Aug. 22. The Snclad life for children, as rocoin icndea by 1'rofos.ior Starr of Chion- ;o university, i.s indorsed in principle y omincnt hngliDlitucn, both from hygienic and an artistic point of ricw. The fickleness of the lOnnlish liiuute, however, is recognized as Ui obstacle to the adoption of the ludity theory. well-known physioinn, who i. n authority on the care of ohildrcn, mid whoso opinion wan asked about Prof. Starr's suggestion, said. 'It') the idoal plan; thorc is no fsloubt about that. Hut I'm afraid it must romain ideal. In Africa, or jiouie other hot country, it could juickly be rcalizod but our change- able climate bars...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 August 1907

4 r9$1iP Wtrmmri WMMrft mm f .. W :. -, i.i f ' --. Jr T, -a- - .... . i.;"- t --".,,,-1. t;t;k .j, a -. i - - - - - -- -- -, FK- w - W t '? fc 11 f EARTH'S MIGHTIEST AND BEST SL ASK mw ,. S .& stihfl i- w 1 KCJ w IW I y s, Tf SUQPBISES HERE iMuiymir OTKT 'JN DEATMMMVITINO fEAIS imtt oilt K MOTMEP AND BABYiaCAL li-L LL I l I I TE 1 1 i f i i ttt in mi IMJJJ fl I I I l rm 1 i'N I l U i i i fkM.fJt3 '.JSI hs -- bsk m SBkJ TL. er . (3DIUHinw vnw EOlilNE ,V.r 3'0MB NED u5 TRAINS -CS a. YJr"oZ: SSlMTIiFDC . oir rpwMitiriw ,! Tvt,. IN JXVAU ' yZUVF,' SUPQIME SENSAT COMING ALL THEIR VAiT . ENTIRETY SSR "tJie GREAT TRIPLE yMODEBN ANYBODYA .jflKk ioT fi 'J! NK Z 'j o.. HIPPODROME. fOiV' TtV . OO SWJ PfllMICR PlRfORMERSTtfs: R HllOUl I Kl .. 'I . - . ..... A ,fEOPLC tioscU V w l AMtmtAi unit ?? '---.: s --v. xs i t vmim has. c ncuMNaw&ATtD innrT'Di lonin rnnLi un ?. i s ....--....- -- . the globe. NSS AIIXtENTSTSUN AND JAIWPROOF - SEATS'FOR 11.000 PERSONS. MOTHER ZEBRA AND BABY ligt '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 September 1907

. ,&.' $n i "- "nn 14ipt.1?m IF '? ' A mifkmmu ttfitbjpt VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER, 1907. NUMBER 14 BRIGHT FUTURE FOR CLAY West Kentucky Coal Company Preparing to Expend $300,000 at Clay. The operations to bo oonduotod by the West Kentucky Coal Co. at and near thu town of Clay, in Webster county, prosage a groat development for that plaoo, says tlio Madisourillo L Hustler. Hocuntly tlio West Kuutuoky Co. hat commouaod working it Cauey I'ork mirios stttiitod about one unlo from Clay. New entries are being drivoti and additional force put to work as rapidly as thoy can be ued. They will be made one of the f, tipnl nttuei of the company. A new opening will be wade near tltr M. A A. railroad and it i un- that both veini of con! will 1- worked A great lecl tipple will b rrectod nt thin mine end the latest appliance in mining architecture will be intalll iu efrry department. A rilr'l line it being surveyed Irooi tin tipple U Caaejulle where a groat tipple...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 September 1907

R lilt TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Fill DAY Kvcning. After tho institute was called to order, a solo by Miss Carrie Moore was much enjoyed by all. The chairman of the committee on School Legislation announced that they woro roady to report. Resolution No 1 was road and discussed. After a little modification Sujt. l'ari movod that it be adopted with amendment which was unanimously carried. The resolution is as follows: Whereas, tho two State Normal Schools and tho Pedagogical Department of the Stato College, are all creatures of the state, designed for tho same noble purpose, being supported by all the taxpayors alike, and whoroas, by favored legislation the said Pedagogical Department of the State College is onabled to grant a state certificate for a very phort poriod of attendance, and this being an unjust discrimination against the State Normal Schools and other worthy institution;- of learning iu this state, Therofore, be it resolved that the Crittenden County Teachors' Institute assemb...

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. — 5 September 1907

Hogwallow News. Drink plenty of wator in the summer time. It is cheaper, anyhow. Thoro's a right Hiimrt iliircrenco betwoon men nnd flics. If you have nu open jug ol molasses the flies will Hock around, and if Its au open jug of licker you will draw a Hock of llil'U. Nzcmore Hooks, residing on Big 1'istol crook, lias invented a patent monkey wrouoh, which also has an attachment that will crack hickory nuts and pull corks. To tost tho volooity of a summor breeze, take otic pound of fluo gooso feathers, stand in the open, and toss them h it'll into tho air. If they all fall straight to the ground tho breeze I is lighter than the feathors. If thny continue to go straight up it is going to run. There are people who take a great interest in you some of thorn as much a ten por cent. I'uke Kazley regreU that he will 'i forced to more out of the shade next to the postoilles on aeoouul of being bothered so by tho gnats. am Sum tays that Miss Gondola Hrustep's hair i getting to he uo rurly th...

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. — 5 September 1907

'- r -- - m pi tea - ! - -it- i - - i;afTwiFfn Modi & I' . -, A . ..' tj.M, . . l MW" ""v rHHB ity "v H- ' -. PVMBm"BBBm"Bm"BmV rf WCV wmyj; En ,J3!U?arirM, T., tftt - "T a.?.afa. .KMIMRJtJIVlith JttUWtJiJlUi r ,- - ,f,v itl, 7- m LOADING UP FOR FA Li UNLOAD m OF O ur Big Store is Filling Up iiapicljy Summer Goods With a Greater Stock than Ever of 1 K W ' h c I . H w Dress Go NEW FALL GINGHAMS SCHOOL SCHOOL CLOTHES YANDELL-GUGENHEIM COMPANY S rffi ,Mf 'SH IJEi k tti '" 'x Zw " wo ;: I " Efjc Crittcnben S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. I Entered as second-class matter Jane sith it the pemtftfice at Marian. Kr . ander tbe Act ol Contresi ol March 3rd, iSrg and TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ITKICTLY CSH IM ADVANCE. and Slaele coplei mailed 3$ 1 month mailed to any address is 1 months " " 15 had smooths 50 " " " 1 ear 1.00 " " " 6 yean 500 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IF HOT PAID CASH IN ADVANCE. So Single copies mailed of 1 month mailed to any address.. 15 5 months " J " 1 year 1 J THUIISDAY, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 September 1907

,'lfw, n,Jf(Wr : V At f MMMMMMM 59 && - - E3 dK1 CESSPUL URSE V rX ,2P k &$p hi "S i S2 sC IfSl WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES BS) AND PLEASE YOU TOO ws Our three weeks' sale was a success, for you found exactly what we advertised at the prices specified. Now we still have some clothing for both men and boys that the lots are broken that we will continue to make exceedingly low prices on. The quality, style and pattern are all 0. K. but the price as well as the lot is broken. We are now almost daily receiving New Fall Goods, and bear in mind that you will always find with us the Best at the lowest possible price. TAYLOR & CANNAN 9 BRIM FULL OF BARGAINS St St 8 St !5 S St St St St St St St St St St mmmmwmmmmmmwmmmmmmmwwmmmmm mm F W Nunn, dentist, Press Building John Iltoe, of Fredonia, was in lowu Saturday. A J. Uutlcr spont tho first of thu week in Cascyville. W. II, Me Kirov, of 1'riiiQoton, was in the city Saturday. Tho best true fruit syrup ices served at I! syncs & ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 September 1907

lJ 0 EKffl - i- - -: . , Collision on Ilrldgo. The bridge oer Tradewator river, on the Illinois Central railroad, a mile from Dawson Springs, was almost toruaway by a collision two froight trains. Ono was thrown into the river, the euginccr and fireman going down, but neither woro seriously injured. Exchange. .-.. i m .i Take DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills for backache, weak kidneys and inflammation of the bladder. Sold by J. H. Orme. &Taife'.ZU.urt Don't Ruin Your Best Horse Going for a Doctor Bowel complaints rc always more or lew prevalent during the Summer months, and many a man haa ruined bis beat horse going for a doctor when some of his family was suffering from cramp colic or cholera morbus. Be prepared for such an emergency. Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is the most successful medioce yet produced for these diseases and can always be depended npon, No doctor can prescribe a better medicine. It is almost cartain to DC needed before the Summer is ove...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 September 1907

1 p.vkr L, Simply the visible sign A are not rorming rapidly enougn. A SLack of nourishment is the cause. Qd Scott's Emulsion nourishes baby's Lfv A O entire system. Stimulates and makes bone. i Exactly what baby needs. AU UKUGU13T3I KX. p Falls FKtcen Feet. George Hart, 501 I'ortlund avenue jlJclloville, ih such a sound sleeper liu did not een wako up when he foil fifteen feet out of tho socond story window of It i m homo thin morning. He eurlcd over ou the grass and con tinued suoiing until a stone, upon which ho was lying, bogun to bruise him. Then ho oponud his eyes, wondered whore ho was, nnd finally scrambled to htsfcot and want around to the door and bogged his 'iiothor to let It t in in. She mistook him for n burglar and would dot permit him to enter until she was fully satisfiod s to his identity. Hcllcvillu Dis- patch to the Chiuago Auiorioan. Free for Catarrh, Just to prove merit, 'n Trial mze Hox of Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Ilcmcdy Let mo numl it now. It ia ;it Bnow whito cre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 5 September 1907

!MftaiVJJ 4S i V S . T" CrtitpWii aft. -& &U1 lin.i.im.niihiiifi '- " f i r, Kwr "N-,. ft - - " t" .,. , r , rf JN -"TV C CHAPEL HILL. Mrs. Honry Patmoro and son, Tilford, of Caruthorsvillo, Mo., liavo been visiting relatives and friends in Ohapol Hill for the past few days. Mr. Carson Franklin and wife, of Levins, wore tho guost of B. K. Walker Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mary Moore 1ms boon visiting hor old homo a fow days this last weok. Miss Bertha Long was tho guost of hor siator, Mrs. Ona Persons, of Marion, Saturday and Sunday. Noblo Hill, of Marion, was out in this section last wook. Mrs. Braswoll and Miss Emilinc Hill, of Marion, were visiting in Chapol Hill vicinity last week. J. T. Bigham, of near Crsynevillo, has a fine youug milk cow for sale. is Mrs. Mary Hill is visiting hor is daughter, Mrs. Ben Allen, of Oak-Grove. Tobacco in this neighborhood is looking fine with plonty of worms on it to koep tho boys busy. George Walkor and Miss Cora Lewis went to Klizabotht...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 September 1907

1 ,' tl'tf Z'"r - "Br milxmhm MtmtftStzM w VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1907. NUMBER 15 EIGHTEENTH ANNIVERSARY M the Hurricane Campmeetlng Cel ebrated at Hurricane Church Aug. 30, 1907. t" At the hour of ton o'clock Friday uorning, Aug. HO, l'.)07, the mag tmficcnt, spacious tabernacle at Hur- camp-ground wait aluiOHt filled Iricanc with men, women and CjtV "'" lHU WiMVItU iiiuiv au 'tho name of God for the purpose of S celebrating the eiglitccntli anniver sary of Hurricane cauipmccting. Servicer began by the xinging of God n praises in which it seemed that the nwcot voiced angels of God were participants, thereby causing the veil that obstructs our view of God and the glories of heaven to be removed, it was then that the sun light of God seemed to bust forth from the portals of heaven and wonderfully filled the hearts of all pros fent with the electric, preserving 'grace of God After an invocation of God's bless- Linus by Hcv. ltobt. Johnson, any and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 September 1907

j ' 'w W HF Louisville, Ky., Sept. 5. Mayor , W. Bingham annouucod today that ho had made formal application to the officers of the Ohio Valley Toaming company for the restoration to the city of a number ol horses now in the possession of this company. These hor.o bolong to the city and no record can bo found that the city was ever paid for them. The rocords show that the Ohio Valley Toaming company is capital ized at $1L000 and the stock is hold by: John M. Settle, $:i,O0O. Albort C. Straub, $3,000, A. K. Livingston, $3,000; Kstato of Paul C. Barth, $3,000. Throe weeks ago Kxperts Charles Meriwether and C W Hanta, who are going over the books of the city, reported to Mayor Bingham that twelvo horsos and a wagon purchased by the city were missing, that several of the horses had been found in the service of the Ohio Valley Teaming company and the records of the city treasurer's office showed no payment to the city, for this property, except one payment of $50 from an unknown source. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 12 September 1907

NIAGARA FALLS TO BE ILLUMINATED Fifty Searchlights And Color to Produce Wonderful! Effects. Tho night illuiiiination or the mighty torrent at Niagara Falls is now assured and tho plan lor lighting tho mist anil water in tho groatoitt foal over in electrical illumination. The great falls, bathed in dazzling light surpass in grandeur atid spectacular alleot anything of its kind ovor ween boforo. W. 1). A. Hyau, illuminating engineer, has tho work in charge and the falls were illuminated for tho first time tho night of Aug. lf, Hi 07. Tito lighting schomo for this enormous undortakiug is on a scale never attempted before and a now invention, the color scintillator, is utilized for producing color olfoots which make the falling water far more boautifiil and impressive by night than by day. A battery of noarly fifty largo Moarch lightB, several of them thu largest of their kind and capable of throwing a boam of white light miles, aro located below the falls. A portion of the projectors a...

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