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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 October 1900

fc IPHU M T iWBpT i vet baby ribbon to hold the lace to gether In front The sleeves were trimmed with the black insertion with a full puffing of white chiffon and wide ruflle to finish One of tea rose yellow silk was a lovely affair It was made up with tucked chiffon having a bolero effect of deep cream guipure anu embroid ery of shimmering pearl and shining 1 w OF ARMY DLUE SILK WITH PAQUIN SLEEVE silver palllctes The bolero is fas tened with rosettes and twists of pale blue chiffon The upper part of the sleeves were of black lace with turn back cuffs at the elbow of pearl em broidered guipure while below came a softness of tucked yellow chiffon with a train of flowers nppliqued in black lace A waist band of black batin flu jfrtMHM Ijint Tor m mothers of Our Eittlt men tills Is just a hint for the mothers of little men It does seem a shame that all the long columns of the newspapers should be devoted to what sister or mother will wear and not a line of what the boys are- to have Th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 October 1900

- Story of the National Debt Uncle Sam Tells of the Trials and Pleasures of Financiering a Nation for a Century tt Si 35 8 i w c j CQ 5 GOSH thats a pretty big Jj load to start on a new cen tury with commented Un cle Sam as he looked at the bag of debt 83038050 he had to carry Talnt every young feller as has to shoulder filch n load as that Is Talnt many years since old John Bull hls self wouldnt a liked th looks o that load though I guess his Is heftiern mlnelsjtstnow TweenQcn Washing ton and Napoleon hes got about all he wants to handle an Napoleons still a pllln It np fer him A leetle hard work with Mother Columbia to keep down the household expenses an no more pesky wars a comin along an Ill git through with it some time I reckon Ten years later Uncle Sam stopped dn his onward march to review the situa tion This here load o debts a glttln smaller all right Chopped most 30 000000 ofE the thing in ten years an still a choppin Feel a right smart chlrper an I did ten years ago But t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 October 1900

iw t 3rook Sunday and W 33533333333333333 1 Still ft re HnmirmttmTmn SHERIDAN Protracted mooting began at Deer dedfflKInris JohnKflt stock bn last Sunday vornl from our neighborhood taw Rov Hon preached day at a Prayer meet reunion thbyenr has recently erected a now n his place Walker of Chapol Hill iloom the last fourth Sun- I at Deer Creek pvory lnedy night H Miss Ada Boyd visited her parents at Salem Saturday and Sunday Miss Ada is doing splendid work at this place Anthony Davidson has limshod Union precinct and will go into Dycusburg as sessing tho noxt precinct M CHAPEL HILL Mrs T M Hill is on tho sick list 13 P Walker and family were guests of John Moores family Saturday and Sunday Lee Hughos and family visited Dick Vaughns Saturday and Sunday T M Hills stock barn is near com pletion It will bo a grand improvement to Mr Hills farm I am requested to say to all tho pat rons of tho school to haul in 34 cords of wood to tho school or bring in 75 cents to pay for fuel Joe Parr and ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 October 1900

i b h w 7 VOLUME 22 WW OS to W nS V MH m r tlio nouBOkeopor nnu Inrinor wns honvily lndon by tributes to tho trusts Ho gnvo pricos of ordina ry farming implements allowing tlio riso in price I ho Ropublicnn platform opposes trusts volt opposes trusts yet Mnrk Hnn nn snyB thoro nro no trusts Ho showed thnt tho Ropublicnn pnrty Avns friondly to tho iiiouopolics Ho told of how tho Ohio Vnlloy railroad of West Virginin owned nnd controlled by tho Standard Oil Co rofused to lot Mr Brynns special bo transported from Pnrk ersburg to Wliooling nlthough they had contracted to do so Yet tho trust mngnatos nro not nfrnid of Mr Brynn thoy sny Imperialism uoxt olnimod his nttontion nnd tho withering ar rnignmont of MoKinloys mont of tho Filipinos wns mot with cront npplauso Ho provod imnerinlism unnmurican ho do- olnrod thnt tho wnr engaged in to mnko men free had turnod into wnr to mnko them slaves Tho ting stnnds for liborty horo Blavory in tho Philippines nil for tho snko of coramorcinl inter...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 October 1900

Wi w THE CRITTENDEN PRESS IUIILISHED W1SKKLY MARION KENTUCKY The German government hns re leased several of the large steamers hent to San Francisco under contract to transport horses to the German troops in China Marshnl Leonhod Von Blumcnthnl Hie last surviving prominent German general of the franco Prussian war wns reported on the 3d to be dan gerously ill Lord Wolseley the retiring British in an open letter usks the public wishing to honor the returning soldiers to refrain while extending them a hearty welcome from ottering them intoxicating liquors The state department has received a report from the United States con sul at Tencriffe one of the Canary group saying that n severe earth quake was felt on that island on Sep tember 3 but that no material dam age was done Private letters received in Washing ton from Havana indicate that much apprehension exists there among the Americans regarding jellow fever as the conditions grow worse instead of improving There is as yet no fear 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. — 11 October 1900

i I I Ui fl- YV Dl The Chinese Imperial Court De- dines for the Present to Return to Pekln HAS DEPARTED FOR SHEN SI PROVINCE Restrained From Hctnrninur to P kin lr Fear of the Allied Forces and the Dread of the Outbreak of Epidemics Which Usually Follow dreat Dtitnrliancci Washington Oct 8 The effort to Snduco the Chinese imperial court to return to Pekln ban failed after a weeks persistent effort on the part of the powers News to that effect was brought to the atato department by the Chinese minister who received It via St Petersburg from Viceroys Liu Kun Yih and Chang Chlh Tung under date of October 4 Minister Wu received tho message Sunday night It was as follows Text of the Moiaiic The doparture of their imperial majesties for Shen SI province vraa due to distressing conditions at Tal Yuen Fu There is a scarcity of food supplies in tho province of Shan Si on account of long continued drought and the provincial capital Tal Yuen is almost deserted tho trades people having left on ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 October 1900

I MLA I nAi i j i ivi vi ai ji Kjviji ijvtvijviMMjn ikv rfVTvivvtrwrfVTrfVTvfVTvivivtvTrwTvjvivivrvirfvirwnjrfTirficj vrai w w wwwwww T J Is Dont Pass Our House For mm Wk IP 11 O WALKER iflKYJCAtt S8HS Publisher 01TK DOLLAR Thoro is ono point that none dnro disputo and that is tho pros perity of tho Fedoral oflico hol ders and trusts under tho present administration and they are toll ing the country it too but somo how the farmor and laboror is not boasting of tho good times If tho present administration was not an extraordinary good tiling for the combinations that have arbitrarily increasod the prico of nearly every articlo tho farmer has to buy why would they contribute so liberally to a big campaign fund to porpotuata tho administration Tho past two or threo years have indeed beon prosperous times for tho trusts and monopo lies they havo mado mono and piled up fortunes fast and furious but how has it beon with youf Do you want good times for tlioi monopolies do you want to bcx p...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 October 1900

IV V Mh R 0 WALKER tho weak X5c was in town Tuosday Publisher LOGAL AND PERSONAL Fruit Cmib nt Hoarins Soo R 0 Haynos grocery nd ijcton MoGraw of Sullivan was iu town Tuesday Jowol Robinson of Hampton Mr P H Woods wns in rvino tlio first of tho wook Mrs Elma Fisk loft Tuosday to join her husband at 1 niton Mens all wool suits at 4 Now York Storo Mrs Harloy McChosnoy spont Monday and Tuosday in this city MIbs Essio Bonnett was a guest of Miss Melville Glenn tlio first of Now goods all round olioop for cash Woods A Fowler t Mr H E Parkor lins oponod up a clothing stAro next door to tho post olfico E H Jamos and little daughter of Evansyille aro guests of relo tives horo Paints oils and brushos at Boston Walkers Wo loam that Dick Kemps res idence was destroyed by fire some days ago A beggnr without upper limbs was in town asking alms one day tus wook Mr J J Nunn and wire of Sul livan wore guests of Mr J N Bos tons family this wook Mens fino overcoats at 550 Now York Storo Tho rosidonce...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 October 1900

V t ft THE AMERICAN COW Value of Her Annual Product Is in Excess of 500000000 Department of Aatrtcnlturc Denlrc to Uelp lnrmcn la Produce lutcly lurc 3111k Uuttcr nnd Cheese Special Washington Letter dairy division of the bureau THE animal industry is one of the most important nnd valuable of all the working1 divisions of the busy department of agriculture Facts about milk its production care and the mercantile methods which have devel oped and which are being developed oil receive careful nnd scientific con sideration by men who are not only scientists but versed in the business which hns grown into such proportions during recent years particularly in the prairie states There are approximately 75000000 people in this republic and there are 3 n Ill I VWTT jtesK wS ftK L Sir AN IDUAL DAIRT STABLE Arranged for Floor reeding by the De partment of Agriculture 19000000 cows a proportion of one cow to every four human being The value of the national dairy products is in excess of 50000000...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 October 1900

s V P EDUCATION IS LIFE That Is the Sentiment Adopted by Modern Educators Wlint the Sevr Chicago Inatltnte for the TrnlntiiR of Teacher nmt Il President Col Fnrker Kxiiect to Accoiupllih AT 1 Special Chicago Letter IS seldom that a radlcnl re former receives during Lis earthly existence the ap preciation that Is so generously ac corded to Col P W Parker presi dent of the new Chicago institute en dowed by Mrs Emmons Blaine Col FSrkcrs methods have revolutionized teaching in this country Perhapu method is not a good word to use in connection with his work ns ho seemed to disown it when last April he addressed the large audience so vitally interested in educational mat ters which had gathered to celebrate the twenty fifth anniversary of his ad vent in Quincy Mass where ns su perintendent of schools he first in troduced ideas entirely at variance with preconceived opinions regarding the instruction of children in this country Ho said Those who seek for some special and peculiar method o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 October 1900

nr nii ajtfcaMIWiH NEW SALEM Miss Emma Harpending is slowly re covering after a severe spell of fever and Mrs Alda Woolford is convalescent af ter cjuito a spell of sickness Aunt Martha Broustcr is quito fee ble Mrs Blanche Harris left Inst week for n months visit to her brother Felix Ty ner William Robertson has a sick child Tho lato rains havo put tho ground in good condition for putting in tho fall crop of wheat about ouo thlrd of tho crop is sown Bill Tynor and Tom liar landing were the first to got done sow ing wheat There will not bo moro that 75 per cent of a wheat crop sown this fall ow ing to tho drought Somo of our farmers have commenced to gather their corn and roport tho crop not to bo over two thirds of a crop in bushels aud not moro than three fourths in quality Tho hog crop is tho shortest in ten years in this neighborhood thero will not bo enough hogs to supply tho homo demand Clem Moran who lives with Henry Brouster had tho bad luck to loso his watch tho other day n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 October 1900

J sw VOLUME 22 ft TRAGEDY IN LIVINGSTON A Young Lady Drowns Herself in Hodge Cave Sunday Night Mondny morning when Mr Col lin Hodgo wont to tho famous spring known ns Hodgo Spring on his farm to got wntor a horriblo sight mot his oyos In tho wntor of tho spring wns tho body of o young lndy On investigation tho romnins wore found to bo thoso of Miss Minnie Bonnott who resided with her mothor on tho Cox farm near Mr Hodgos and was n sister of Mr Judson Bonnott n promi nent farmer of this county Tho young lady boyond doubt drowned herself Sunday night On Sunday night Mrs Bennett tho mothor of tho dead girl wont to spond tho night with a brothor near hor placo and loft Miss Min nio and brothor Leo Bonnott at homo About 8 oclock in tho ovo ningtho young lady said it was bodtimo and hor brothor retired thinking sho would also retired Ho slept soundly mid it was lato next morning when ho nroso Ho saw nothing of his sister and on going to her room found tho bed unused Supposing hor to bo 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. — 18 October 1900

liZ - THE CRITTENDEN PRESS lUIILISIIUU WECRtT MAIUOX i j KENTUCKY 1 4 OCTOBER 1900 Sun Hon Tub Wed Thur Frl 7TT34 5 2122 2324 2526 28 29 30 3J Sat population Edward Tousealln and his two boys were burned to death In a shanty at Jtoxbury Mass Gen David S Stanley was elected president of the Society of the Army of the Cumberland at its annual ses sion in Chattanooga Edward Holden was arrested at Tif fin 0 for bigamy it belnjr claimed that he ha nine wives 13 20 27 I AM MID All the News of tho Past Seven Days Condensed HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of tho Industrial Field Personal and Political Items Happenings at Homo and Abroad THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOMESTIC The United States treasury reaf firmed a ruling that legacies over 10 000 must pay inheritance tax on the full amount The total customs receipts in Cuba during1 the first eight months of 1900 were 1067202905 against 9493 OSS4G for the same period of 1S99 The trial of Youtscy charged with Implication in the Goebel murder be ga...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 October 1900

n i men i Stevenion Talks About Trusts in the Stats That Hatches Them WILLIAM J BRYAN AT MKINLEYS HOME Cor Roosevelt Continues Ilia Ton In the Dine Crass State A Heart ncceptton at Lexington Where lie Woe Introduced by a Couple f Prominent Cltlscns Millvlllc N J Oct 15 Stovenson and present nominee of the democratic ticket for the sams office arrived here shortly after 10 a m He was accompanied by Edwnrd E Grosseup of tho New Jersey stato committee and Samuel Irdcll of Dridgeton district chair man Judge Howard Carrow of Cam den and Senator lfciffer candidate for congress from tho First New Jer eep district Tnlkcd About Trust A crowd of about 200 met Mr Stev enson at the station A trolley car was boarded and n trip was taken over the town after which he was escorted to tho hotel Over 300 persons assembled in front of the hotel and In n few minutes Mr Stevenson appeared on a balcony and said he hnd but a few minutes during which he desired to call his hearers attention to one or two i...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 October 1900

It H t PJJ CSvK K O WALKER Publisher ONKYrAU ONE DOLLAB Wo nro authorized to nnnounco HON BEN C KEYS as tho nominee of all person opposed to rinK rule in ilitics and dishonest elec tion laws for Congress in tho First Con gressional Distirct of Kentucky Klo tion Nov Cth 1900 From timo to timo the Punss lias cnlled thonttcntionof thoiioo lo of Marion to the necessity of tin oignnized effort to secure tho tulvnutngcs that should nnturnlly como to us in tho development of tho great minornl Hold of this county Yot wo continuo to sloop The renl cstnto owners nnd tho bu siness men should woko up to this fact tho minornl interests nro go ing to bo dovolopod nnd this now phase of life is cither going to help or it is going to hurt Marion Tho mining industries that bid fnir to spring up can do without Ma rion but Marion can not do with out those industries nnd hold her own Marion is not so situated that she can rest on her oars and her surroundings must of ne cessity load hor to tho gunwales ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 October 1900

L SKI iffoeSS R 0 WALKER LOCAL AND PERSONAL Saturday wns tho tonchors pay day Ed Olivo was in Princeton Sun dny Soo tho bnrgnins nt Mrs How ortons Soldon Hughes wont to Eddy- villo bununy You cnn cot coal oil nt Sohawbs nt 10 conts n gallon Tho family of Rov J V Joinor arrived hero Monday Call nt Mrs Howortons nnd got hor closing out pricos Buford Cnrdwoll of Uniontown jvaa in town laBt wook Now goods nil round cheap for caBh Woods Fowler Mr J H Clifton of Dycusburg was in town Jaat wook D B Mooro and family woro guests of J A Mooro Sunday Pnints oils nnd brushes at Boston Walkers Mr Lewis L Bobout of Padu cah spent Sunday in Marion Rov Randolph and family loft Thursday for their now homo Miss Mary Camoron is nt work in tho depot nt Gracoy this wook Mr E H James and daughter roturnod to Evnnsvillo Snturday Miss Kittio Woods is tho guest of frionds in Louisvillo this wook J W Waggoner wns in Eliza bothtown 111 Saturday nnd Sun day Robert Wilborn of Blackford was in town sovornl days ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 October 1900

THE NOISE OF THE STREETS O the rattle and the roar and the bang In the street Othejumblonnd the rumble nnd the clang And the feet The feet with Iron shoes that bo tramping up and down Never ceasing never still In the never sleeping town O the lute and early pounding In the shop Do the arms that wield the hammeru never stop Never never cease to fall On the bars Hard and soft and great and small And the cars O the rumbling cars that go In and out and to and fro With their pufflng and their bumping and their fretting And their smashing nnd collapsing and up setting O the troubles of the engines with the long Trains they draw O the ringing of the anvils nnd the song Of the saw O the never ending rattle and the never ceasing roar What a story they keep telling Keep re peating oer and oer What a story of strong arms What a tule of busy hands What a romance reaching out To the farthest foreign lands What a story of glad heurts and of faces that are bright What a story of the thanks that go...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 October 1900

n ll TOIL UNDER GROUND Miserablo Lot of Coal Miners in the Anthracite Country The Itnvc o Work for Little or Anthliii ii ml Jinny llnvc to Live Ille Iltiil The Compuny Store Cvll ISpcclnl Philadelphia Letter In the TlKnltuntlonoftlieinlners untlirncltccoal regions is of i spe cial interest ut tills tlim for the present strike concerns not only these men and their families but also users of nnthrnclte coal nil over the coun try Irnctically nil our coal of this variety conies from 37G miles of wildly iiountnitious desolate country in the eastern central portion of Pennsylva nia At the bottom of the narrow val leys are swift strennis black ns Ink from salts of Iron nnd coal dust In ii v- IN A MINERS HOME ninny instnnces paralleled by rail roads which often linve barely room for a coal train The aspect of the landscape Is depressing In the ex treme All the timber except laurel lias been cut for mine props Sulphur ous smoke nnd washings from the culm plies have destroyed vegetation The d...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 October 1900

A New Grocery Mr R C Hayncs has brought on an excellent selection of Fancy and Staple Groceries and invites you to call and see him He has the Famous FREEDOM Our meeting closed last Friday night by JJev Cundiir giving us tho parting sermon He is undoubtedly n choben servant of Godfl own choice Old Free dom was made to feel her inability by his well delivered talks which was pleas ing to the largo crowd Wo nro having some nice weather for wheat sowing now but thoro will bo n vory small crop sown in this community this year Corn gathering has commenced but wj find tho yield to bo far short of past year The hunting party left hero last Mon diy Oct 7th for Missouri consisted of Bjii Gilbert Gid Worley Edgar IIow ertjn nnd Ebb Gilbert We expect some glowing tales of chases when thoy return Our teacher A E Brown left hero for Fredonia lnsst Saturday on a plea sure trip and returned on tho excursion train Sunday night ho says tho boys wero lively and protty reckloss with their bottles brea...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 October 1900

s V j m VOLUME 22 Aabridgo jdg elcc prec 12 Aahor J D filiW election prcct 10 ABher J G shu olection nrect 11 Ashor V II snlary poor houso Atlnms S H ropairs on jail Allen Jas p and t on rd 2l dys Alien 0 W p and t on rd ds Adams Frank lumber t on rd 1 Andrew Monroo p and t on r Hjj Aiigtin II H P nnd t ou rd 4 ds Ageo Jns p and t on rd 2 d AuaniB S 11 elk olec prct 2 B61t Green H p and on rd 4 ds Beard Wni p and t on rd 2 dys Ilrnutloy JOG ds p and t on rd Brown J C 12 d p and t on rd Brown G R lla j and t on rd Ilrlghtman W U lumbr t on r 5 d Bebout C C 3 d pand t on rd Bolt J O 0 d p and t on road Brown G T 4 d p and t on road Brantley JIMd p and t on road Bebout W G 2 d p and t on rd Blaclr P L 1 d p and t on rd Butlor Jas sr ft d p and t on rd Babb W M 0 d p and t on road BamoMarion 7d lumbr t on r BirdWm 5 d p and t on rd BeltGeo 7 d p and t on road Bolt RW son road Brown D R p nnd t on rd 2 d Bonnott Mrs J 1 bd wk hands Brown W J 4 d p and t ou road llinkloy T M T d p and t o...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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