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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 July 1900

I MM II Fresh Items of Interest from the Capital City Relating to Matters Political POINTS ABOUT REPUBLICAN PLATFORM A Hotrl Goes Up Over Ilbertlcn Tnken with tlic Knlcful IJocuuicnt Some Thing Thnt the People Will Ile meiuber Uiilipplne of the AJ nilnlstrntlon Special Correspondence The more the administration clique r fleet on the republican national platform the more disgusted they be come with their own stupidity Anxious hours were spent at the white house in preparing a platform which would indorse McKiuleya policy and yet placate the rebellious and critical votcrb It appears that the editing and final arrangement of the platform of Phila delphia was then left to ex-Congressman Lemuel Ell Qulgg a faithful henchman of Senator Tlatts It is now alleged by administration representa tives that that gentleman took grave liberties with the fateful document which had been sent over to the conven tion with the white house OK upon it Congressman Grosvenor is regarded in congress as the o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 July 1900

3 V 0 j -ft h J iy n in- i m i i Prince Chlngs Troops Said to Hav Arrived at Pekin to Re-Victual Europeans JAPAN WILL SEND TROOPS IMMEDIATELY The German Knit Ablatio Squadron Bui In or Cliliin Ituinora of Coun ter Revolution Operation n In Xo AVny Dcclalre But Chinese Full of Fight There nre reasons for a more hope- ful feeling in the Chinese situation Prince Chnngs troops anti Boxers nre reported to have arrived at Pekin to rcvictunl the Europeans Prob ably meaning the legations Japan has decided to immediately dispatch 23000 men and 5000 horses to China The German East Asiatic squadron has Bailed for China Fighting continues Bt Tien Tsin and the Chinese there are Mill full of fight Japan it is believed will be compensated by being allowed to occupy Corea on the same basis as England occupies Egypt Rumored Aid for the Lcirutlona Brussels July 9 A Shanghai dis patch of date received here says a Chi nese newspaper asserts that Prince Chings troops have arrived at Pekin to re victual ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 July 1900

h KJ w fPbcsu ISSUED WEEKLY II C WALKER ORB YXAR Wo liko oin Thirty How Is this IV Publishor ONK DOUAH It could not linvo beon butlor Imd wo bnvo boon thoro Tlioro is not strnddlo in tho lntforiu and no turtlo moat in tho tiokot Adlai has boon over tho rontl bo foro and ought to niako good tinio this trip There was no bolt at Kansas City Tho Democratic millenium is at hand It begins to look liko the man who wins tho nomination for gov ernor must first knock tho Black out Tho First District Prohibition party convention will convene in Laducah July 18 for tho purpose of nominating a candidate for Con gress and for other purposes Now let tho State convention come otV without a rifllo Lot Sun day school methods prevail Satur day and noxt wook and all will bo well With ono Republican county convention and eloven Domocratic precinct conventions next Satur day the county ought to have a a plethora of politics for one day Tho Republican Stato Conven tion will bo held at Louisville July 17 t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 July 1900

QMHCMKHHMMHKM q Prices Talk Potted Ham 5c Sardines - 5c Baked Beans 10c Salmon 10c Canned Ham 10c Coflco from 12 to 30c per pound 10 bars good soap for 25c G bars best soap lor 25c MASONS FRUIT JARS Pints 6o cts per doz Quts 7o Half Gallon 8o Tin Quart Cans 50 cts Water buckets 15c Good Wash boards from 15c to 35cts Wo handle nothing but good and first class goods Everything you buy from us is guaranteed to bo first class We sell everything in the grocery lino as cheap or cheaper than any house in town Look at our tin ware glassware stone ware woodenware and get prices before you buy Wo nro horo to soil you anything in our lino at n bar gain Dont fnil to seo us Wo still lmndlo all tlio remodios Hog Cholbra Med iciuo Horse and Cattlo Pow ders Poultry Food and Loubo Killor Bring us your Produce Eggs Butter and Chickens HEARIN SON Tell Tale Corner i - 1 iinppcmnKs aiiioiik me rounj People -Edited by Four of Them Miss Loan Carter is visiting relatives in our town Dodio Clomont lms retur...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 July 1900

m rrrminsMiwi THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rOULISHED 1TECKLT MAK10N KENTUCKY A WEEKS RECORD All the News of the Post Seven Days Condensed HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS Xcws of tlio industrial Field Personal and ToHtlcal Items Happenings at Homo and Abroad TEE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC Wheat In the northwest has been seriously injured by drought Min nesota will have half a crop South Dakota and Montana even less and North Dakota practically none President Burn of the wall paper trust announces its voluntary disso lution ns its operations have been un profitable The public debt statement issued on the 2d shows that the debt decreased 14897533 during the month of June The cash balance hi the treasury was 305702654 The total debt less the cash balance in the treasury amounts to 51107711253 The governments surplus for the fiscal year just ended was S1 229777 The coinage at the mints during the past fiscal year was valued at 141301 960 an increase of 4440253 over the previous year Intense heat ki...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 July 1900

ft I r ill I III Standard Bearers Chosen by the Democratic National Conven tion at Kansas City CONVENTION PROCEEDINGS IN BRIEF WUllnTO Jennings Itrjan Clioicn nt Freal daattal Nominee Without a Distention Vote Sterenaon Ills Itunnlne Mate Nominated on Flrnt Hallot und the Convention Adjourned Kansas City Mo July 5 The first day of the Democratic national con vention Wednesday failed to witness the nomination of Bryan as the presi dential candidate as was desired by some of the part leaders who wished to udd a patriotically sentimental eclat to the nomination The hitch occurred on the silver question the resolutions committee being deadlocked over the question of submitting a straight out sixteen to one silver plank or simply reaffirming the Chicago platform The convention therefore confined Itself to routine business and in the three sessions held proceeded as far as the permanent organization thus clearing the deck for the reception of the re port of the committee on resolutions an...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 July 1900

Boston HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK OF J 11M EVER SHOWN IN MARION Their Undertaking Department v is complete in evory particular I Coffins Caskets BURIAL ROBES and SLIPPERS I Handsome Hearse Always ready oral Occasions for Fun- Willnvo n large stock of Building Lumber si ch AS SIDING CEILING FLOODING SHINGLES Finislihtj Lumber of all DiinoiMiuus DOORS I1LINDS We will waits on everything e Walker SASH GLASS U It 0 WAXIER you right prices ttSS Publisher Wlwt amorg huraau ills nro more an noying thau piles Tho afllictions that prevent activo exercise aro had enough hut one thct makes oven rest miserablo is worse Women aro among its great est martyrs TAHLERS BUCKEYE 1MLKOINTMKNT will cure the most obstinat o cases Prico CO cts in bottle Tubes Cc at Onnes drugstoro Smithland Banner Mr and Mrs C E Pnrcoll will lmvo clmrgo of tho Hnmpton Acnd oiiiyftlurmg tho mixt bcIiooI year Tho trustoos of Hmithlnnd Clradod School have otnployod Lrof J P Brnnnook of Bonton as principal of tho next torm of snl...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 July 1900

i r Ktr I it tfi She VOLUME 22 The Kenlticky Fluor Spnr Co is now turning out nn nvornge of fifty five tons per day of as lino lluor spur as ovor cntno out of the earth This firm is working both the Holly and Memphis mines At the Holly tho shaft is 75 feet deep at the Momphis thoro are two big openings about 150 feet k deep and from one tho drift ox- tends out sotno 100 or -100 foot wdiilo from the other it is about 200 foot At this initio fifty men aro at work Horo tho spar is washed as it comes from the shaft and tho most convouiont and at the sumo time inoxpousive ar rangements liavo been porfocted for washing spar Whon tho spar is tiltod from the hoist tub on a platform some forty feet abovo the mouth of the shaft it presents tho appearunco of ordinary Btone thoroughly mixed with clay On the platform it is separatod tho lump going down a broad shoot whero it is washed with the hoso The small lump and finer particles are thrown into a sluice down which it is carried by tho wator ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 July 1900

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rUULISUED WEEKLY MARION KENTUCKY CURRENT COMMENT John Harrington who celebrated his 100th birthday in New York on independence day is well and hearty and says he is so at 100 years of age because I keep away from worry nnd attend to my own business It is a notable fact that the vast sum given by private individuals to educational institutions last year was largely from those who are distribut ing their wealth while they live Di rect gifts of this kind came from 140 persons the bequests numbering 07 Straw is prevented from accumu lating on a stable fork by a new at tachment having springs coiled around the end tines to control a bar sliding on the fork the bar being forced back when the fork is in use nnd springing forward to push off the straw In the United States according to official figures there arc flGS7S18 de positors in savings banks with de posits of 22303G6954 France Ger many and Great Britain have each more depositors but nq other country comes near th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 July 1900

V flS I - 1S m m vuj umm A On July 10 the Epworth League was delightfully eiiterUinell at tho liprutto Mrand Mm Harry Havn8 About eiglit oolook tho yanlMalmdArilfodiwUhAypg peopla wboWira fjigagad in con YetMtlon About twi oclock r v- T jV - msmm Carrie Mnxwell on last Thursday ovoniric in tho honor of horguosts MissGreccr of Ohio and Miss LeTolHor of Texas After the gontlomon bad made a brilliant display of their ignoranco of tho art of sowing by dressing a pipo doll doligbtfulrefroshmontB worn served The remaining hours of tho evening wore i spirit in pleasant conversation tho beautiful parlors and cool Jawn being thronged with happy Vgj8t8 About twelvo oclock IheguestB departod assur ingtho hostess that a more do lightful oyonjn hod novpr been spent MjThe following wore preef nt J W Wilson and wife Sep Haynta and wfe Paland Fla Miww t A 2 I31uo Camilla Blue Morganiiold Murray Uniontown Gregg Cin cinnati LoTellier Toxas Ronoy Moore Carrio Moore Kitty Moore James Browning Dorr Clem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 July 1900

Sfjy t r r l m f M w e f Ef fc8 ISSUED WEEKLY 11 0 WALKER ORXTXAB Publisher ONS DOLLAR Ex Govomor Bradley doclinos o accept tho nomination for con gress in tho Eighth district There nronino presidential tick- ots in tho field and Bill Bryan has not been heard from yet Tho Democrats are in Lexing ton and tho Republicans wore in Louisville yostorday but both aro keeping their telesoopes turned on Georgetown Thoy are wanting more soldiers in the Philippines If Aguinaldo can do all this fighting dead what could ho havo dono had ho not boon killed moro thau two or three times Hon John W Yerkes was nom inated by acclamation for govern or by tho Republican Stato con vention Tuesday The chief plank in tho platform culls for tho abol ishmont of tho Goebel olection law Tho Clinton Democrat issnod a hamlsoine illustrated edition last wook It shows entorpriso on the part of tho town and is a credit to tho publishers We congrotulato both tho publisher and tho first class town wherein it is situa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 July 1900

1 t WtL V jOWMOOCMOOOOOCHO l o Tin IJuau fans OU cts Water Buckets 15c uooa asn uoarus iroin 15c to 35cts Wo bandlo nothing but good and first class goods Everything you buy from us is guaranteed to bo first class We sell everything in the grocery lino as cheap or cheaper than any house in town Look at our tin ware glassware stone ware wooden ware and get prices before you bu We ore horo to soil you anything in our lino nt a bar gain Dont fail to soo us We still handlo all tho romodios Hog Cholera Mod ieiut Horse and Oottlo Pow ders Putiltry Food ami Louse Killer Bring us your Produce Eggs Butter and Chickens HEARIN SON a ant 9 Prices Talk r f Polled Ham 5c Surdities - 5c Baked Beans 10c Salmon 10c Canned Ham 10c Cofleofrom 12 io 30c per pound 10 bars good soap for 25c G bars best soap for 25o MASONS FRUIT JARS Pints Go cU per doz Quts 7o Half Gallon 8o s Finest and Best 100 a Day House hi Kentucky New Richmond House K K DRENNAN Projir IADUCAII - - KHNTUCKY City Lots If you want a t...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 July 1900

k it v 1 t THE INSTITUTE The Teachers Holding an Inter esting Meeting On tho morning of July Kith the taaehors of Crittenden county assembled in t lie chapel of tin graded school building to nltond thoir immml county institute Tho house was callod to ordor by tho Superintendent Miss Wheeler After n song by the choir and iluvotionnl exercises conducted by Mr W H Watson the regular work was commenced Tho first work of the institute was th elec tion of oiiicors Mr C B Hina was elected chairman by acclama tion and Mr P M Woodall was appointed a committee of ono to oscort him to tho chair Tho chairman on taking his scut proceeded at once to business The following oiiicors wore elect ed Alico Browning vice presi dent Fannie Gray secretary J I Parrish assistant socrotary B II Jacobs chaplain Tho enrollment of members was in ordor the outiro number on rolled on tho first morning being sixty two The Superintendent made a few explanatory remarks and tho in stitute was then addressed by the ab...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 July 1900

NEWS IN KENTUCKY EXAMINING WITNESSES A Jnry Secured in the Power Trial and the Taking of Testi mony Decno Georgetown Ky July 14 The jury was completed In the Powers trial and the tearing of evidence began Col T C Campbell stated the case for tho prosecution He reviewed the politi cal events of last fall and especially the events following the election and the Instituting of Contests by the democratic candidates for state of fices He said that Caleb Powers was most aggressive among those who sought to settle the contest by vio lence and that to him largely was due the importation of mountain feudists to Frankfort Of the band of mountain men 175 remained in Frankfort regularly He charged that a majority of them had killed from one to several men each He claimed it will be put in evidence that on Jan uary 28 Mr Powers made use of a statement that Goebel has not ns many days to live as I have ilngers on my hand He reviewed the facts in connection with the assassination and claimed that ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 July 1900

W7 VMM 0 IMK0K5HKKHH0 Boston Walker n HAVE THE LAKUEST STOCK OK i Vp nnrnr Mil Wthkg Trmr uac EVER SHOWN IN MARION WE HANDLE ft - Their Undertaking Department h complete in ovory particular Coffins Caskets HURIAL ROUES and SLIPPERS Handsome Hearse Always ready for Fun eral Occasions ff Sj zj We have a large stock of Building Lumber such AS SIDING CEILING FLOORING SHINGLES Finishing Lumber of all Dimensions DOORS SASH DLINDS GLASS X Wo will make you right prices X on overvthiiiL aims Oils Varnishes Drushes Etc O aiMj naimio mo ceionrateu Wo Ruchters Paint Thoro is none superior to it for either outside or insido work Hero is what Govornment officials have to say to tho manufacture of this celebrated paint TREASURY DEPARTMENT Olllco of Secretary Messrs A A Eberson Co Gentlemen Inasmuch ns such fif your paint as has been used on huaul vessels of tho Itovouuo Cut ter Service has uiven very irood satisfaction 1 suggest that you havo a quantity of paint running into tho thousands of gallo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 July 1900

v YjHf9 w - fct VOLUME 22 THE SUNDAY SCHOOLS An Interesting Session of the County Convention Thi county Sunday School Con vention was hold at Chupol Hill July IM Tho nttondiinco wnB largo and gaxl intorcst wns manifested Tho inogratnmo as iniblislicd in tho Pkkss was observed and many of the addressos wore strong and showed tho speakers intorostcd iu their thoinos Twenty odd schools woro Buntod and mado reports A resolution adopted urgos tlin lnxding of institiitoB in each Snn ikjf school district at loast onco a yon VIW following oliicors woro cho Bou for tlio ensuing your President R M Franks Secretary and Treasurer Maud mil District Prosidonts No 1 Goo M Travis No 2 Allio Adams No 55 Anthony Davidson No 4 C E C Trade No 5 to bo filled Death of Mrs Victoria Bebout Wodnosd1 morning Juno 27 h bright boautiful and happy brido left tho homo of lior youth with hor life linked to tho fortunes of It i in who had won hor heart she wont forth leaning upon his strong iirm an arm proud to bo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 July 1900

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rUllLISUED WEEKLY MARION KENTUCKY A WEIS RE M All the News of tlio Past Seven Days Condensed HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of tlio industrial Field Tcrsonal and Political Items Happenings at Homo and Abroad THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC The Second Fourth and Fifth regi ments Illinois national guard have of fered themselves for service in China Three young ladies were killed by the cars at a railway crossing near Prescott Ind Nearly the entire business portion of Trafalgar Ind was swept away by fire In a fire in Chicago caused by light ning property valued at 200000 was destroyed nnd nine persons were in jured Fifteen or mort persons were drowned ns the result of a cloudburst at Coleman Tex Secretary of War Hoot says that there arc over 10000 American troops either on the ground in China en rout there or under orders to go there Heavy rains in the Iowa and Nebras ka corn belt put the crop beyond reach of unngtr William A Paulsen former president of the Centr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 July 1900

r J 1 V 1 DISTANCE STATISTICS flip Mcc Yiiiini Mon nnd the troutjr Olil Chup UliiKtc In n mnttcal Jlntter Did you er think said a nice young imm who was trying to sell typewriting machines relates the New York Sun how far a typewriters Angers travel oneof those pretty type--writers you know whose Angers are like fairy touches No Well here are the Agures Say she writes 40 words a minute which is slow enough her An gers cover half an inch for each key she strikes and averaging Ave letters to the word this will give 200 half inches to the minute or 0000 to the hour Now say she works six hours a day uninter ruptedly which is more than she ever does her Angers go through 3000 feet v A HIDEOUS BIRD The Queer Appenrnnce itntl Action of tin Adjutant of India mid Afrlen The plainest of the large wading birds to be seen in many of our zoological gardens is the adjutant a native of India and Africa remarked a naturalist to n Washington Star writer Nature seems to have de signed him in an exper...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 July 1900

I i i k ISSUED WEEKLY K 0 WALKER Publisher ORBTTrAH 0H DOLLAR At no stago of tho game do those on trial charged with tho murder of Gov Goobol show any disposi tion to establish their own inno cence by ondoavoring to point out the nuthor of tho criino Tho pub lic grounds buildings and the hordo of armed mountaineors wore all in their chargo and if tho men charged with tho crime are inno cent thoy could best establish their innocence and exculpate thorn solves by assisting the common wealth in probing tho mystery Tho nomination of Gov Ueck hnm was tho logical sequence of Iho situation He had been tested in the hottest crucible and tho test showed that ho was ovory inch a man Cool cautious and brave and well poised ho lins demonstra ted his capacity to stand upon tho bridge and give orders while the storm raged around tho ship He is young as counted by years but in judgment self poise and firm ness ho is the peer of any of the men who wore in tho contest for the nomination Ho is a clea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 July 1900

l 5 mpe foes It 0 WALKER PubUultor LOCAL AND PERSONAL John Nunn of Mndisonvillo is in town Miss Mnuil Ronoy epont Inst week at Crittoudon R M Bakor of Dixon wns in tlio city bnntlny klr 0 D Jenkins of DoKovon wns in town Friday Hnrry Mnrtin of Snlom wns on our stroots Fridny Seo tlio now lino of rockors nt Boston Wnlkors Mr J A Oxford of Eliznhoth town 111 wns in town Fridny Dr Morris tlio dentist will 1 o at Salom July 30 to Aug 2 Mnrion Davidson is recovering from a spoil of typhoid fovor Rev R H Adams returuod to his homo tit Corydou Mondny Mr J W Wnllaco nnd wifo of Sturgis wore in town Mondny MisB Ethel Adams of Corydou is the guest of friends in Mnrion V D Dixon of Dixon wns reg istered nt the Cook House Fridny Tlio school bonrd will hold a msoting Snturdny to elect tonoh ors Prof Chas Evnns is holding tho institute in Meade county this week S P Glenn nnd R J Robinson of Eddyvillo woro in tho city Fri dny Row W F Pnris will proneh at Ciscos Chnpol next Sunday nt 11 oclock Mr n...

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