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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 September 1900

u fr EX w THE CRITTENDEN PRESS PUBLISHED WEEKLY MARION 1 KENTUCKY PERSONAL AND GENERAL An Austrian imperial decree issued on the 14th admits women to prac tice as physicians and chemists on the same conditions as men Baron Cuczon of Kcdleston viceroy of Tndia has cabled the India offlco that good rains have fallen in Madras and central Bengal and on the Gan gctic plain relieving all the present anxiety regarding the autumn crops The trouble with the Flnia Indians in Arizona has been adjusted and the bucks who rebelled and threatened violence if their children were forced to attend the government school have subsided The ringleaders were ar rested Tnc Chinese colony of New York city is collecting supplies to send to Galveston The principal item to be sent will be tea It is said that this is the first time that any set of Chi namen in this country have joined to gether for the relief of sufferers from a great catastrophe It was announced in Paris on the 14th that President Loubets dec...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 September 1900

Hi The City Beginning to Assume Once More an Air of Busi j ness Activity STREET RAILWAYS ARE IN OPERATION Willie the Frogreia Made 1 lie mnrknblc the Work at Rehabili tation la Really Only Degnn nnd Snd Slghta are Sees at the Rellel Itendijnnrterii Galveston Tex Sopt 17 Galves ton ia beginning to look liko itself again Ilorso cars are in operation in tho business part of the city and the electric Una nnd water service liai been partially resumed The progresi being raado under the circumstances is littlo short of remarkable In the Face of Itarlil Odds It must not be by any means under stood that the remaining portion of tho city haB been put in anything liko its normal conditionbut so very great a change has been wrought so much order and system now prevails where formally chaos reigned that Galves ton and the people who have been giving her such noble assistance have good reason to be satisfied with what has been accomplished in the face of such fearful odds And according to stateme...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 September 1900

1 y CLOTHING All stores use the stereotyped phrase We are the best saying so does not make it so Exageration looksstrong in print Wo will prove to you that we have the best reason in the vorld to say that we not only have the LARGEST BEST and MOST COMPLETE and original line of Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing but we offer it at prices MUCH LOWER than any store dares name for equal value If you have favored us in the past with your valuable patronage we want you to feel that we appreciate your business If you have bought your Clothing elsewhere wo want to number you this season on our list of customers If you will permit us to show you tho merits ot our Clothing we will prove to you conclusively that there is a vast difference in our Clothing over the ordinary kind Our Clothing is the Vitals Brand Made to Order for us by the largest and best manufacturer of perfect fitting ready-to-wear apparel in tho world Its superiority over the other Kind is not in the fabric alone but in the Vit...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 September 1900

I i If u 1 v jElpe JwW R 0 WALKER Publisher The roll showed 312 pupils at school Monday Fresh cakos homo bakod all kinds at Uophors Goo Boston has tho contract for Pickens new house See Sohwabs ad on ohenp goods and especially on onoap pncos Mrs Jacobs has boon quite Bick Mm BiattiJa ATro Tnryrnmn mUUl DIObVi D AIJ l w Dr Morris tho dontist will bo at Salem from Sot 21th to 27th Bioyolos at and below cost must go at once u u Tnyior Mr Ligo Franklin and wife ore both siok Sho has typhoid fovor Dr Dixon and family left Mon day for New York where they will spend tho winter Miss Maud Ronev is in Louis villo this week making a solootion of fall and winter millinery Dnnt fnrrrot that the nrico on poaoh seed will bo only half what it is now otter Uct l oonwao Call and boo mv stock of milli nory before making your purcha ses Mrs itonoy Having sold two cars dried fruit am corapolled to buy rogardloss of market Schwab If you nood dental work rom ombor Dr Morris will bo at Salem noxt wook from...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 September 1900

Ho Chance for Ilnst Householder I want you to send a man up to the house to take out the meter Gasman Yhat for Householder I am going away for three months Gasman Oh dont worry about the meter It wont get rusty N Y Weekly A S truly- In Homonymy Ens said I do not know Theso words I dreamed she spoke That since It seemed as though She could not yes evoke She said I do not know Twas different when I woke The language fools one sot She said I do notl No Town Topics UE HAD 3IAIIHIED IIEO ihi J si He I used to pay that woman com pliments five years ago She What do you pay her now He Alimony Cincinnati Enquirer In Cnmpnlcn Times They sans lone ago in dull accents of woe A dellcato dirge of The Man with the Hoe But now when political strife stirs the throne It the man with the barrel who most moves the throne Washington Star Bond of Sympathy Do you like young Mr Cliffords looks Yes I do very much Dont his ears seem rather long Yes they are rather long But you must remember that Im a Mlssour...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 September 1900

OUR FOREIGN LETTER Djfcling with Commercial and In dustrial Conditions Abroad The New Underground RnllTrny London Strike Ilecord In New Dlnmond Field and Other Interesting Item 1J f of Nearly 100000 passengers a day are carried on the new London under- ground clectrlo London Under- 6 - - a railroad Just at sronnil Ilalltvar present this model system of rapid transportation is the pride of all London and it should be for it is as near perfection as it has been possible to construct up to the present time Its construction occu pied four years and cost 17032850 cost per mile having amounted to 2802670 The line runs from the Bank of England in the center of the city proper to Shepherds Hush a dis tance of six miles and between those points there are 11 stations making 13 in all Tho fare for the whole or any distance is four cents The di ameter of the tunnels or tubes is 11 feet 6 inches- and at the stations 21 feet The stations are all higher than the level in the tunnels the ob ject be...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 September 1900

2 WIDE AIM Are the People of Salem to the Situation and they Work A Commercial Club Organized Min ing Interests Continue to Grow Salem Ky Sept 18 Ono can not stay in this town long without feeling something of tho enthu sinsm and hopo that is quickening tho step and stirring tho mind of Salem peo ple as tho developments in mining en terprises open up bright vistas of n glo rious futuro for tho classic old town There are perhaps twenty minos in tho various stagos of development within a radius of threo miles and you hear them talk about tho Bonanza produ cing spar 99 85 100 pure tho Eagle which has just struck a strata of almost puro lead decidedly tho richest strike- yet mado in tho wholo district and this has sent tho mercury in tho mining ba romoter up to fever heat and you somo times think somo of tho peoploarbtalk ing out of their heads but they havo tho product of tho mine horoio show for nil their talk Thon there is tho Evening Star tho Morning Star Mary Boll loo Hooker -Jenni...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 27 September 1900

nl rj VOLUME 22 0S 0s 0S 0S 0S Wmmmmmmm m Ob Work the Roads Pooplo nro nlroady complaining about tho condition of some of the public roads snid Judge Ro chester to tho Press Now I nm not dictatorial nor would I say in a commanding way do this or do that but I do want to remark to the overseers of tho county thut this is tho time of year to work the roads and a propor apprecia tion of this fact might savo some of them from trouble when tho bad weather sets in The overseer who deliberately refuses or fails to work his road during tho prop or season need not expect leniency from the court should he come before it for failure to keep his road in order W L Asher Dead Mr Will L Asher died at tho residence of Mr A L Cruco in this city Saturday Sept 22 aftor an iIIuobs extending over several months Everything possible was done by loving friends to prolong life but human skill failed to drive uway tho mossonger of death and the soul of a good man returned to God who gave it Mr Asher was a so...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 27 September 1900

J - r j THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rURLISHKD TTKEKLT MARION t i KENTUCKY Germany will Insist upon the tie Btrnctlon of the Chinese coast de fenses and the Yang Tse forts ns a condition of her entrance upon peace negotiations As reported by R Q Dun Co fail ures for the week ended on the 21st were 211 in the United States against 154 last year and 33 In Canada against 18 last year The American Tin Hate Co on the 20th reduced the price of tin plates for deliery over the Inst quarter of 1900 by 05 cents per box as com pared with the price heretofore main tained Gen Viljoen who succeeded Louis Botha In the supreme coinnuiml of the allowing two dogs Transvaal forces is reported to be moving northward in the direction of llectorspruit with 3000 men and 30 guns He is known as The Fire brand and will endeavor to protract the war A report from Hong Kong says It is reported in the West River district that Chinese troops are visible in ev ery town and that they are actively drilling A Chinese governm...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 27 September 1900

i u 1 - DUO Mi The Lines of the Strikers in the An thracite Coal Region Re main Unbroken QUIETING EFFECT OF THE MILITARY The Beat of Order Reported In Everr District Blanr of the Ilest Miners Leaving the Wyomlnir VHlley for the Soft Coal Field of Vir ginia Philadelphia Sept 24 Contrary to the expectation of the mine opera tors the lines of strikers remained unbroken and the second week of tho ntrlke in the anthracite field opened with the tie up of the mines as com plete as at any time since the strike began Quieting Effect of the Mllltnrr The presence of the soldiers in tho Held has had n quieting1 effect on the strikers and tho best of order is re ported from every district There Heading Co has fewer collieries in are no great gains or losses on either side although the Philadelphia operation in tho Schuylkill region than at any previous time Demonstrations lir Troops Demonstrations were made by the troops in various parts of Schuylkill county The striking mine workers stood by an...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 27 September 1900

SEE OUR It is n little singular neverthe less true that neither of the two prominont factors in tho fight for govornor in 1895 are taking a hand this year Hardin disappeared last year and Ex Gov Bradley is not showing up this year Mark Hannn says there are no trusts and Gen Otis says there is no war in tho Philippines but the shooting and killing continues in tho ono case and tho prices of commodities used by tho people is arbitrarily raised in the other and tho impression prevails that thero is a couple fof large healthy lies abroad in this country ion James li Woavor the fa mous Populist will make five speeches in Kentucky for Bryan closing at Paducah Saturday Oct It is not probable that he will sup with his old greenback free silver Populist friend Bon Keys who is to go under the log cabin for the solo purpose of voto get ting Tf tho big trusts and combines aro willing whon convinced that MoKinleys ohauces aro endanger ed to put up thousands of dollars to secure his re election w...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 27 September 1900

y A VTJ It 0 WALKER - f pe Publishor LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs J W Wilson iB quite Bick A Ziff spent first of the weok in Evnnsville Oliver Hurloy waB in Hopkins villo yestorday Squirrel hunters nro having Mini intiinrr kua aiiuAuui Prof Charles Evans has learned to ride a bioyolo Mr W H Cophor was in Mari on 111 this week Mr T E Butler of Salom was in town Tuesday Fresh light broad cooked evory day at Cophors Ed Lindle of Bells Mines was in town Tuosday Fresh cakes homo baked all kinds at Cophers Henry Joitor of Marion 111 is with W H Copher Tho Boaz stock of groceries has not boon disposed of Marion Dean of Iron Hill has a now girl at his home Dudley Popo is building a rosi denco on Poplar stroet Ovor HO kinds of rockers at Boston Walkers Cophor is arranging to manu taoture his own candies Hines sweetmixod pickles the best made at Cophors Dr J J Clark will not rebuild where his house burned L Miles is with J W Skelton selling medicino in Illinois Thirty now desks wero placed in the s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 27 September 1900

i r iUr b - AFTER THE DOLLARS Dwellers n Mining Camps Have No Other Aim in Life Trne Picture ot Life In Cripple Creek GitmlilliiK I Carried On Open lyA Veritable Inferno In Miniature Special Cripple Creek Col Letter MINING town or city is called a A be camp whether the population 500 or 20000 Cripple Creek has about 20000 population and the miners rareh dignify it with the title of city Life in a mining camp is both pic turesque and real Here human na ture is seen in itseerj phase all sorts and conditions of people migrate to a camp to bettor their ill fortunes Here may be fcoen humanity in its lowest IPftR INTEItlOn OF A MINE stages and types of the shrewdest of mankind the speculator and the cap italist who is keeking the advantage of those possessed with less business abil ity and who conducts his shady trans actions so that he can just escape the states prison Tills business highway man knows enough of the technicali ties of the law to evade its grasp There is also the legitimat...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 27 September 1900

SOME POST OFFICE FIGURES Mterestlnr Facta front the Iteport of the London Foitmnilcr General The trnual report of the postmas ter general although not due till par liament reassembles has been mndo pbhc by Lord Londonderry IIo re tails the colossal blunders of the pub lic with great gusto It Is really as tonishing that 288667 packets should be posted unaddressed and still more that 2767 contained cash notes postal orders and other paper money There is another record of carelessness against the public in the fact that the articles found loose in the post have increased by nearly 80 per cent in the last four years The craze for cheap ness affects even postal coven to our loss it would seem For the fact that SPIDER TIME IN MANILA There la Grent Sport for the Filipino Uoya In Making the In- ecta riifht When spider time arrives the Fil ipino boy is happy He docs not know much about marbles but when spider time arrives and that is jutt after the rainy season begins he knows that he Is to ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 27 September 1900

- V I Still in Businessl ltemomber wo aro one door north of Marion Bank and have a beautiful line of Millinery for Full nnd Winter and have secured one of the T BEST TRIMMERS that has over beon in Marion Have Hats to Suit Everybody The Little Boys Caps are beauties Call and in spect our stock boforo purchasing elsewhere Wo also havo secured the services of an excellent Dressmaker Mrs Nina Howerton EMMAUS Peace and quietude reigned iupreme at tho barbecue Saturday and a trio of campaign speakora honorod tho occasion with their presence Judgo Moore Phil Clark and Tom Hard Tho latter how ever created tho principal sensation of tho evening and disputed ovory inch of tho way with the boys from Jim rivor to sundown Mr Clark is a citizon of Liv ingston county and a prospective candi date for legislative honors Marion Wring has concluded to ship his cattlo and will leave for Loulsvillo Saturday with twonty fivo or thirty head Miss Efllo Fritts and sister of near Marion spent Saturday in thi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 October 1900

4 KW Dm m f n H i VOLUME 22 tits fe W njf5T UisJRopublicau plntform ofil89 stated that tho party upheld pro hibition and would stand by its efforts Ho made 100 spoeohes for McKinloy and thon saw tho Re publican party back out on tho prohibition clause by allowing whisky to bo sold to tho soldiers under a wrong interpretation of the Army Canteen Law Ho said tho Democrats had no prohi bition clause in thoir platform and might havo dono tho samo but was bettor to havo never prom ised than to havo promisod and thon failed to havo kept that pro mise Ho discussod tho Philip pine war opposes it and holds tho administration responsible for tho death of many soldiors Said Mc Kinloy was a good man but a weak one On state affairs ho dwelt at some longth He said Taylor was a woak unqualified man put forth as tho Republican candidate by tho Fetloral ofiico holdors was tho nomineo of tho Louisville and Nashvillo railroad Tho fight ho said was truly botwoon tho L and N and William Goobol Ho re gar...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 October 1900

ft O THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rCULlSUED WEEKLY MAUION KENTUCKY OCTOBER 1900 I h f SuiK Mon Tub Wed Thur Ttl Sat J 2 3 4 5 6 E S JL JL JL HL lL Jl Jll I ii i ii il ii il i2i 2 22 23 24 25 26271 1 28 29 30 3 J k win mm All the News of tlio Past SeveD Days Condensed HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS fows of tlio Industrial Field Personal and Political Items Happenings at Homo and Abroad THE NEWS FROIT ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC The Tisible supply of grain In the United Stales on the 24th was Wheat 54993000 bushels corn 7322000 bush els oa ts 11659000 bushels rye 869 000 bushels barley 7S40O0 bushels Forest fires raged over 100 square miles in the vicinity of Occidental Cal doing damage to the amount of over HOO000 Frank Davis and James Chapman rivals for the favor of a young coun try girl near Birmingham Ala killed each other in a duel The convention of locomotive fire men adjourned at Dcs Moines Ia after voting 54000 in benefits to dis abled members The war department is in receipt of numerous applicati...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 October 1900

9 i I i y v CUT MM The Coal Mine Tie Up Gets Tighter and the Miners Are Not Ready to Resume TEN PER CENT INCREASE NO INCENTIVE -That la Onlr Portion of What They Strnck For nnd Ther Will Not Return to Work Until Their Union Through President Mitch ell Give the Word to Do So ITazlcton Pa Oct 1 President 3lltchcll nt noon said The strike Js practically complete nnd there will be no resumption of work without there flrBt being a convention repre senting eery collier In tho nnthra clto field The prediction was made that no attention would be paid to the notes posted by the Reading1 com jinny conceding a ten per cent ad Tunce Imb proved true In the Pnnther Creek Vnllor Our reports from the Panther Creek valley indicate that this herto fore impregnable portion of the an thracite region has declared its inten tion of suspending operations nt once Accompanied by the nntionalboara tneuibtTH I shnll go to Wllkesbarre Tuesday to attend a great labor dem onstration which will be participated in...

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

F Wfi K MmmmmMmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Dont Pass Our House For MMHWO0 KHHHOHW roproaoh It is party against par ty ho said principle against principlo and record against re cord and on thoso issues will tho pooplo dooido tho contest Deeds Recorded R W Wilson to P B Croft 427 aoros for 8870 B W Bolt to Mary E Johnson 10 acres for 45 B P Tucker to S B Hunt 07 3 4 acres for 400 R W Wilson to R E FJauary PP5 1 2 sores for 7000 PULL UP 0000000-MO-0040-0- SHORT TURN AN HONEST PENNY BY TRADING WITH I Fierce- Yandell FISCAL COURT First Day When the fiscal court convened Tuesday the following magistrates wore present PostlothwaitJ Mc Kinney Hamilton Robeson Todd Tho following claims were al lowed C M Mayes poor house keeper was allowed S21107 for keeping paupers to date W H Asher salary supt poor house 25 The following allowances wore made tho persons named to aid in their support Wm Marcum 20 W WTeer 12 J T Rilev 25 P M Davis 12 D W Dooley for orphan child i U D Moore 12 Rebecca Johnson 36 Amand...

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

r Sly R 0 WALKER Rublishor LOCAL AND PERSONAL Fruit Cnus nt Hearins County court noxt Monday Mr H L Riloy is quite sick And wo will have oloctrio HghtB yet Tom McConnoll is on tho sick list Ring 97 for tho Mognot laundry agent John D Booz wob in Dixon last week Union church has purchased a now organ Dr T A Frozor was in Black ford Monday Miss Lena Donaky is guest of Miss Inez Cook Rev Dupuy is holding a moot ing at Sturgis Mr Tom Dollins lost a fino horse last week H F Parker of Blaokford was in town Monday Dr R Grassham was in Hen derson Monday Prof Evans spent Saturday and Sunday in Salem T J Aloxandor is overhauling his tolephono lino Mr Jasper Wyatt of Fredonia was in town Monday Schwab will buy poach seed un til Nov 15 not later Seo new goodB that arrivo daily at Mrs Howortons Miss Lucio Walker visited in tho country last week Joo W Waggoner has a bran new girl at his liouso Born to tho wife of H L Hol loinan Sept 30 a boy Hines sweet mixed pickles the best made at Cophers Pain...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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