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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 June 1900

Ufa If 1 V day v V Eruptions An eruption nfl vor my body caused ft burning sensation so I could i not sleep nights By taking Hoods Sarsaparilla I rwas completely curod Jennie Thompson Box 30 Oakavillo N Y V GthnlulImVi t oii i ci a i ZZlZr T9 at Forest Grovo Sunday of this place Sunday will assist in tho next term of I Miss Alma McConnell one of m 1ilm sohoolhoro the Ferrys most popular young lUBninsiumiHuuiiimiuim lncllna want tn Marion liwt weak r V L Vw B5Tr r - VJITTP 7V yh L iVL r Like Father Like Child If parents wish healthy children let - r Mrs Smitli and daughter of Henry county aro visiting tho family of Capt Ellis this week D V Worton retqrnod from Louisville last week where he had been attending medical colloge jsmce January Miss Agnes Ellis is visiting friends below Hampton Miss Mamie Yates is visitingre lativos in the qountry this week Rev Biddlo filled his regular appointmontlastSjundayat thoO Pdmrcti V - v fl Mrs J W Hutchison is visitincr jolativos in Gallatin count...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 June 1900

h I n i li MtAiaAimm rooted anniii LAYEKWQTHE GRAPE A Method tolj fgagayrlpa Walca Many Ilortlealtarlaia Declara to WUaopt aRival LaVerlnMa the Ynnldai Bifrcst and eileat jaetHocafiBarpAigitegrap I and hfcbjviyj gmwftem vber ljut few Tinea aroalcd Thero art two tfndk at lnfcWj catlctl BnYfnir and summer feycrsytfroia kthe af 4vviiicn lcy jiroiuacle S unifier layers jjre mado In tho aura mer generally the iani of July rroni a1 branch of the samo seasons growth They are likely to bo weak for sovcral years and do not make ob good plant Hajhespring lnyerrf In making them Ue wood should bo slit for an inchoi no xnr the buds thai are covered Bury j bJ jir i the ground and itifilH WJrtvwftTfl Flff Jrcprcstntia rootaMaytr Flgl the rooted layer separated making two plants lias spent sliMTMeeMJiMM WOOBieee wquliiug ffffH4 tteaot forest amura yield per aerMa i at about JlM and Mate amoHotlng to tbout Ki fPi mm Cjf d fcTll K9 3 I Fir- - rooted lsjrer each bud making a nvr plant from each bud th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 June 1900

f i I k IW Kv IE I SHI Discoveries Made Recently by Americans TQ APPLY TO THE CZAR Russias RukrVIII Be Asked to Grant a Working Charter New Fields Near Capo glons Nome The Artie Re- From tlmo to time clueo last Octo ber stories have reached Seattle says a correspondent of the St Louis OIobe Deraocrat concerning fabulous ly rich placer gold mines on the coast t Siberia across the Dahrlng Straits ft cm Capo Nome Tho first Informs lion came In the form of an oplulon ft cm old miners and prospectors who said that they believed the gold bejt which had been traced from Golovln Hay to Capo Nome about seventy Jive miles and later from Nome to Vott Clarence eighty mles extended across the water to the domain of the Czar of Russia No effort was made at specifying the location of gold The mipposltlon has been however that it Jay In tho district nearest to the most westerly portion of Alaska Cape Prince of Valoa is the mo3t westerly point of Alaska and can bo reached by following the coast lino...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1900

VOLUME 22 FLATTERING Is the Minnlng Outlook Say Dr Rom Inger of Michigan Dr 0 Rominger who was four- teon veors ceolouist for the Statu of Michigan mul whoso home in now nt Anarbor spout two doys this week looking ovor a portion of tho minora Hold of this section He is known as one of tho oldest and bust geologists in tho country unu is a man of wulo oxponenco and thorough knowledge in his profession In an interview with the Press ho said My trip horo is purely incidon tal having hoard of your mineral intorosts and being near by I came ovor just fur my own gratifi cation and at my own instance Of courso I havo had time for only a very limited inspection and inv investigations havo not beon BuiHciont for me to arrive at con elusions that would be satisfactory to myself but basing an opinion upon what I havo seen during my short stay I think your mining outlook is vorv -flattering Thero are undoubtedly valuablo minerals here rleau zinc and spar but u groat deal depends upon the manage...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1900

1 1 IT V- n THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rUHMSIIKD -WEEKLY MARION KENTUCKY TOPICS OF THE DAY Only One Sixth Are Kdncatrd The Inst enumeration of the people of lloumnniti shows thnt Id u populn latlon of nearly G000000 nearly 4000 000 can neither read nor write and that only 1000000 hae any education worthy of not lee IIU Popular Standing lnilorrtlmtl A man elected vice president of the United States can say that the people have expressed their willingness through the ballot box that he should succeed to the highest ofllce The popular standing of the vice presi dent is underestimated A 1alr of Ilooler Hmrywelchtfc Mr and Mrs Chauneey Morian of Indianapolis weigh jointly 700 pounds he being 450 and she 250 They have just returned from a trip abroad There was no berth on the steamer big enough for the huge HooMer and a special one was constructed Snroljr the Wnr la Over Gen Longstrect is a pensioner of the United States fien Wheeler United State army is in command of a department and a grandso...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1900

9 J V 3 i h j - VPMi GREEK ROYAL FAMILY ltd Member Arc Without Hxceptlnn Uood Lonklnir nnd Live Togeth er In Perfect Harmony Considering the relationship between the Greek royal family nnd the reign ing houses of Europe it is curious that to little is known of them The do not occupy public attention as db other royalties King George is the favorite brother of the prince of Wales and is one of the cleverest as well ns one of the handsomest reiglng sovereigns on the continent Like the princess of Wales he has the rare combination of fair hair nnd deep blue eyes and at the time of tils mar Tiiige to Grand Duchess Olgn of Ittis sin they were said to be not only the handsomest royal couple but the finest looking man and woman in Grecee that lnnd of handsome folk Few princes have had more romantic lives than King George lie was the second son of his parents the king and queen of Den mark and when offered tho Greek throne was but a boy of 17 He began to reign a couple of months before he w...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1900

m f li C WALKER ONSTVAK 5S ISSUED WEEKLY Publisher ONX D0UAB The Court of Appeals of tliis Stnto has decided that it is not uti lawful for tho ostoopnths to pnu tice their method of healing If reports bo true tho Democrats will hav no monoy for enmpaign purposes this yoar Tho Hotel koopais at Kansas City will get it all This is rather a stormy season but soino of tho gontlomon who wero candidates for tho Democra tic nomination for governor last year hnvo no lightning road up They are safe Now that tho canker worm the mildew and the drowth have all taken an activo part in destroying a largo per cent of the wheat crop if tho price of the remaining por tion advances let no one claim ciedit for tho rosult of the work of God done through the aforesaid agencies It is stoted that a resolution will be submitted to tho Democratic State convention at Lexington re questing Gov Beckham to call an extra session of tho Legislature to consider amendments to tho elec tion law Wt aro decidedly for a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1900

LEV 600K I- MMIopiiciaii IVrcn j At Ormos Repairing a Specialty Big Bargafri at Kefsey Ky ST000 stock of Oonoral Merchandise store room and residonco for snlo cheap for cash or will exchango for n farm I mean business J M McCIIESNEY NOTICE Notice is hereby givon nil por 8ons indebted to 1110 Hint n sottle niont must be mntle nnd Hint with out further dolny This is the Inst notice nnd unless promptly heed ed the mnttor will be plnced in tlio hands of nn oflicor Come in and avoid the cost J L RANKIN Fords Ferry Hardly n day passes in families where there art children in which li A L LARDS SNOW LINIMENT is not needed It quickly cures Cuts Wounds Brpises Burns and Scalds Prico 25c and CO cts at Ormos drugstore The June number of all Leading Magazines for sale at Haynes drug store For relief and comfort in Asthma BALLARDS JIOREHOUND SYRUP has no equal Prico and 50c lit J II Ormea drugstore TVTVWTVIVtVlVTVTVWTVtViV Want All the Wool in Crittencln County Bring us your eggs and Poultry and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1900

Ha A0 ctr4 y v V x any money ov gay you were born here that settles the mat ter Not quite perhaps much as the marching and noise The burning of powder the din and the clatter On Fourth of July makes soldiers of boys Tou sec the American standard was set Quite high ut the tlrst and its rising still higher No American boy Is allowed to forget That he cannot be great through the fame of his sire The men who are great on our historys page That speaks of our work for our first hun dred years Whose fame Is Increasing as age after age noils backward to drown In the gulf of the years Are great from the fact that they stood for the right Ilegardless of person of place or of pelf They battled each evil that rose Into sight For the good of their fellows forgetful of self This Is what Is expected You may have been born In tho slums of a city or far In the West Jlongst the shimmering plumes of the ripening corn Or first saw the light where a kings gold en crest Overshadowed the land where the po...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1900

1 HI Delegates Arriving in Chicago for the Prohibition National Convention A STRAIGHT PROHIBITION PLATFORM The General liellct la that Other Niv tlunnl Ihiiuch Will be Set Aalde ami tho llnttle he louRht Along Strict lnrtr Linen umlp a to Blcn to be Honored Chicago June 25 Sentiment nmong the delegates to the prohibition na tional convention who have arrived here apparently favored the nomlna tlon for president of John Q Woolcy of Chicago The light this year it was stated would be made on a straight prohibition platform eten perhupf to the exclusion of all other national questions In Mr Woole llun Mr Wooley is tlio chief advocato ol this plan of campaign and would not care to be nominated on a broader plat form taking in the tariff expansion money and other planks For this rea son according to Chairman Stewart of the nationnl committee and other prohibition leaders he is considered the most logical candidate for the presidency Hale Johnson of Xewton 111 and Dr S C Swallow of Pennsyl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 June 1900

fill III CKWHHHHWOH 5 6 1 1 Boston Walker HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OF in HTinnnrji 1 I 1 g l UJLIL11J U LtJUS EVER SHOWN IN X MARION 6 O 9 Tlioir Undertaking Department S U complete in ovory particular i finffns i - in I Caskets S BURIAL ROBES S and SLIPPERS Handsome Hearse Always ready for Fun eral Occasions t n s T V -V H Wo havo a large stock of Building Lumber such AS SIDING CEILIXG FLOORING SHINGLES Finishing Lumber of all Dimensions DOORS SASH BLINDS GLASS We will make you right prices on oxory thing B3iS WE HA N DLE aints Oils Varnishes Brushes Etc Wo also handle tho celebrated Ruchters Paint Thero is none superior to it for V 1iwicr uuisiuu ur uiaiuo wonc lfure is what Government offleials have to say to tho manufacturers Of this celebrated paint TKEASURV DEPARTMENT Olllco of Secretary Messrs A A Eborson Co Gentlemen Inasmuch as such of your paint as has boon used on board vessels of the Revenue Cut ter Servico has given vory good satisfaction I suggest that you have a quantit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 July 1900

I hs u n cm IV tl vOLUME 22 m CRITTENDEN COUNTY Sunday School Association to bi Held at Chanel Hifl July 18 V The annual Sunday School Con vention of Crittondon county will bo hold at Chapol Hill Wednes day July 18 All nro invited to uttend Any and all classes orchoirs aro invited to coino and sing Wo hope ovory Sunday School will have representatives thoro Prof E A Fox field worker of the btato will be present A good programme with attractive speak ers Let all bring woll tillod bas kets The program will be in the next issuo of tho Phess G M Travis Co Pres A Big Mortgage Last weok n mortgage oxecuted by tie Puducah Coal and Mining Codf Paducah Ky to tho North American Trust Co of Now York was recorded in tho county clorks office at thia placo It is about the jnost voluminous pupor of that charactor ovor put to record in this county covering aomo thirty iive or forty pagos in tho big mort gage book The Coal and Mining Co issuo twenty year gold bonds for 200 000 bearing per cont inter...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 July 1900

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS I Sun 15 22 29 KSJi rUHLlSHKO WEEKLY MARION s J KENTUCKY JULY woo Mon J6 23 Tub 10 17 24 30 1 31 wnvw Wed 11 18 25 Thur 12 19 26 j iWJ5 kj Fri Sal 132i 20 2J aiirit w CURRENT COMMENT An eastern court has decided that the owner of property can get dam ages if there is an encroachment een of a few inches on his nlr space over head In France women are allowed to wear mens attire but they must pay for the privilege The amount of tax which a woman pays for wearing mas culine garb Is about 10 n year New York takes care of its blind residents who are poor Every year about 50 is given to each blind per son found in need In the first fie months of this year 700 persons were helped Life insurance companies distribute about 230000000 annually among their policy holders and other bene ficiaries in the United States Death claims paid by fraternal orgnnizutioni arc included in the estimate With n population of 5500000 Lon don harbors every day 120000 stran gers Some may remai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 July 1900

a 3 J ffnvnv 5mv IB II Kill Latest Intelligence of Transpiring Events at the National Capital THE TREND OF PUBLIC DSENTIMENT acl of Intcrcit in the Ilepubllcnn National Convention llnnnai M3are Thina Ilatforiu The Mc Klnley Poller Toward Great Brit ain Trait Proiuerlty Special Correspondence Nothing tamer could be imagined 4han the republican national conven tion at Philadelphia The delegates positively yawned with weariness and the public refused to attend the affair If the lethargy of the convention is an indication of the kind of campaign the republicans are going to put up it looks like a confession of defeat before Land Even the imperturbable Mark Ha an a seems to realize that the drift of public sentiment is against his party Ilanna with his usual lack of tact let the country see during the national convention how completely he is the party boss He hobnobbed with mil lionaires and trust directors and ho let It be clearly understood thatMcKinley was only the puppet which he and...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 July 1900

xT pbemu ISSUED WEEKLY BC WALKER OKKYKAB Publisher OH HOLLAS TUo Mndisonvillo Huatlor advo cates Iho Bonding of uninstructcd delegates to iho Lexington convon tion If snys the imper a dele gation of cool headed roliablo Democrats is sent to Lexington in structed to do what they may find to be best for the party vo believe it would bo the best thing to do Tins position lias more tnan one point to commend it to the con sideration of Democrats The short timo for the canvass has giv en the people insufficient time to become conversant with the men ottering and it scorns there will be now Richmonds in the field for boiuo time to como It is the spirit the disposition and the desire of Democrats ovorywhero to select the most nvoilablo man the man best suited for tho great office and at the saino timo ono who has tho elements to re unite the party ond tho forensic ability to go on the stump and hold up the banner whenever nnd wherever occasion may demand This is a time when personal prefere...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 July 1900

- LEVI CO t j We Tlt Jeweler AND Optician At Ormos Repairing a Specialty t Finest and Best 100 a Day House in Kentucky New Richmond House R E DRENNAN Propr PADUCAH KENTUCKY NOTICE Notice Ib hereby given nil per sons indebted to mo thnt a settle mont must bo mode and that with out further dolay This is the last notice and unless promptly heed ed the matter will be placed in tho hands of an officer Conio in und avoid the cost J L KANKIN Fords Ferry M E FOHS Merchant Tailor MARrON KY- Clothes Cleaned and Repaired n HANCOCK TINNER Tin Rooftop Guttering Etc All kinds of Repair Work Roof Painting and Qun Repairing All work guaranj teed Shop east Masonic building 5 och khhhoooo Want All the Wool in Crittencln County Bring us your eggs and Poultry and get the high est Cash Prices Dqnt forget tht we V soil 4 fiA Rnof antt Cheapest Gro ceries In the town We will sell Ice to hc retail trade our wagon will be around every morn Ing See us before you engage your Ice for the season HEARIN SON 3f H...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 July 1900

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Ji VUHLIS1IED WEEKLY MARION KENTUCKY THE DREAMER AND THE DREAM A dreamer spurred by thought yet not asleep Scanned unspanned future space with eagle sweep Pierced murk and mist with vision clear and keen Saw what the uninspired cyo hath not seen And concentrating millions of sunbeams Into u white llcht rich with glory gleams Saw visions wove of Hcaven lllumlnod dreams lie saw the day when needless strife shall cease And man love man In realms of perfect peace When none hurl hate nor hurt a fellow man Hut all on earth live on the lovellt plan Of doing all a kindly mortal could To curb all evil and promoto all good Avoiding sham and shame as all men should All castes and class distinctions dead and gone The millionaire and mendicant as one Employer and employed a kindly whole Swayed not by selfishness but heart and soul No churl to covet what might poor ones feed But swift to minister and serve at need And crush to earth falso pride or grovel ing greed Then far fr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 July 1900

NEWS IN KENTUCKY a SUSPECTS NAME LEARNED Tho 3lynerlnuH lU iitilnltlnit Wan tor Hubert Vunkix n ltnllrontl Man Now In llrlxtol Tcnn Frankfort Ky Juno 30 Itofocrt Xonkcs n nillrond man now of Hrls tol Tcnn Is the name of the Gocbel nsKnsHinntlon suspect for whom a warrant of nrrcst was issued Thurs day The requisition was made on the governor of Tennessee instead of Virginia and Deputy Sheriff liarrcd is now at IJrlstol Noakes formerly lived in Kastern Kentucky and it is Bald was here with the Harlan tv min fit tlir tlmn nt till ncoicotnn fWlnn jreen Golden who was taken into custody at Uarbourvlllc on Thursday and brought here gave out n state ment denying that he had been of fered money to make a confession and also denying that lie had threat ened to implicate other persons not under indictment He says he knows nothing of nn incriminating nature An Iivlrii SchmIoii Irolmhlc Frankfort Ky June 30 Gov Decklinin will in n few days issue writs of election for the iilling of three vacan...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 July 1900

i i Boston Ai Walker HAVK THE LARGEST STOCK OP II EVER SHOWN IN MARION S K J - ira I u Their Undertaking Department is complete in every particular Coffins u38KB18 11URIAL ROBES and SLIPPERS Handsome Hearse Always ready eral Occasions for Fun- Wo have n large stock of Building Lumber such AS SIDING CEILING FLOORING SHINGLES Finishing Lumbor of all Dimensions DOORS SASH ULINDS GLASS - Wo will make you right prices uu cvurymwifj SWw WE HANDLE Paints Oils Varnishes Hrushes Etc Wo tilo hnndlo tho celebrated Ruchters Paint There is nouu superior to it for Minor outsuio or insute work Hero is what Government ofllcials have to say to tho manufacturers of this celebrated paint TREASURY DEPARTMENT Olllco of Secretary Messrs A A Eborson Co Gentlemen Inasmuch as such of your paint as has been used on board vessels of tho Revenue Cut ter Sorvice has given very good satisfaction I BUggcst that you have a quantity of paint running into the thousands of gallons ready for delivery or shipment from ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 July 1900

JS - v 4 Va 220 2I 320 330 430 830 900 950 1000 1050 1100 1150 115 130 220 2 30 330 420 115 130 v M She VOLUME 22 1000 a m 1150 115 i 130 MONDAY MORNING ORGANIZATION Call to order Durational exercises Election of Olllcers Enrollment Instructors address Adjournment MONDAY AFTERNOON Roll Call Music Announcements SCHOOL MANAGEMENT Silent yet salient factors Text Hooks E 1 Travis School O It Hiun School Furniture J Ii McNoely School sites and grounds Superintendent School Apparatus Miss Mngiie Moore District School Libraries E S Moore Hccoss and Music Rending- Charles Erans Recess and Music Literature Teachers and Instructor Adjournment TUESDAY MORNING Opening Exercises Music Scripture Prayer Roll Call etc Educational Psychology Charles Emus Recess Music METHODS A lesson first year Lillie Cook When do Texts Appear 1 It Paris Class Criticism las R Class Use of cood English by teacher -E E TUESDAY AFTERNOON man Hare wii the best language toxts Institute Recess Music Language Charles Erans...

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