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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 December 1900

y f lsTi is xSJUi S3 3 We are showing the Best Stock we ever saw in this County Low Prices has Pushed us Ahead of any Year in Business ----------- m viIIrvrr Winter Suits Overcoats and Pants For little inon big inon boys t and children Its a saving to X you or money It you wnnt Clothing nnd care HOW THEY FIT and LOOK you ought to try ours Wo have a groat stock Bought right and this is tho month wo must sell thorn TAKE A CHANCE Prieo our clothing nnd YOU WILL BUY If you want tho be3t goods for the least prico K 0 WALKER - Publisher WALTER WALKER Manager h s VITAS Bids wore recently opened at Washington for five more battle ships and six armored cruisers Sinco wo walloped Spain and be gan to whip tho Filipinos tho country is impregnated with tho missionary spirit and thoso now itiBtrumonts of war are probably designed to carry tho gospol of peaco to tho onds of tho earth Tho season is fast approaching whon it will bo in order to talk about tho bad roads Wo should use the othor months ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 December 1900

TOLUl Wr W PrCridors family nro visiting friends horo Mm Laura McFarlnnd of Eltzaboth town 111 Las moved tothfo place Sht is a daughter of T AfMcAmls our of Cclont postmaster Mr Jameson and family of Marion visited Miss Lydia Rolnoy Sunday Miss Kainoy returned homo with thorn Sovoralof our pooplo wont 70 Short dan Sunday to attond church Whooping cough is being talked of in this vicinity SHADY GROVE ir town is brimful of business and ovory man at his poett Our factory has started up and hands plentiful - Dcnnlo Hubbard of Marion was in town Saturday und Sunday V II Towery and fartiily mndo thoir donnrturolromtnir town for Marion in which place they will rosido at presont in ottter that their daughtor Lena may attend school Miss Myrtle Asher has returned from Blackford Our young people hnd tho pleasure of attending a nlco PoundSupper nt the residoncoof Mr J Q Asher Saturday night Theroworo Homo twenty sir cou pies presont and tho affair was a most enjoyable ouo CHAPEL HILL A number 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. — 13 December 1900

v - S AROUND COUNTY GOURTv Orders Made Claims Allowed And Other Matters W F Sunderland roloased as rood overseer and R Asbridgo ap pointed Keeper of county poor house or dorod to tako chargo of A F Goro and caro for him one month ho boing unablo to work H 0 Rice released as surveyor of road and Jas Turpin appointed M F Poguos resignation as deputy clork in Crittenden county accepted W R Vaughn appointed con stable in Hurricane precinct W M Lookott Sr appointod admr estate W M Lookott deod J F Cook given permission to change Clomentsburg wd Marion road J Stono allowed to change Ma rion and Hurricane road M F Poguo P S Maxwell W B Yandell allowed 4 oaoh servi ces as election commissioners W G Carnahan allowed 797 for cash paid Coohran Baker for building bridge John T Piokons filed his state delinquent tax list of personal property which was sworn to and ordered to be cortifiod to auditor K P Officers Blaokwell Lodgo K of P has elected tho following officors for tho onsuing year H A Ha...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1900

r ii VOLUME 22 i is I 4Tll M m Books forGhlldren of all kinds and prices - m ORME i A GRAUjtf Urged to Became a Candidate for thfjlslaturo We tho undorslgnod cltizons and vot ers of Gf fttendon and Livingston coun tios wpuld most oarnestly iwtltiou Mr J A Graves tobocomo a Candida to for tho ofllco of Ropresontntivo In tho Lowor llousoof the noxt Gonoral Assembly of tjfgPommonwoalth of Kentucky J H Holmoa B E J Urown Thco Vosior J B Wadlington Obo Simmons E P Griffith 0 L Burks J II Clifton L 11 Vosior P F Charles M B Charles P B Dycus R P Griffith Frooman Brashor J Xi WqIIs J R Wolls Ilonry Wells S L TIsdalo J II McRoynolds Sam L Davis Piorco Brashor J G Martin Carl T Glonn G J Groon S D Davis Ed Bond J II Harris W S Harp T A Vosier II II Martin P K Cooksey RP II Cooksoy P D Kamago Onoy Duncan R II II Oassidy H B Pox A S Hollowoll J W Cox W II Buchanan J 0 Moreman W P Glenn S II ICoon J M Javoa M D J fy Brasher O Boaz J M Patton J 0 Bennett WWBcnaottT M Woollen J M Ben ton J G Hold...

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

I A LETTER FROM PEKIN Crittenden Boy Tells of that Wonderful City Tho following lottor from Pekin China was writton by hor brothor to Mrs Dolla Hughos of Wes ton Doar SiBtor I am fooling fine today and not having any lottor thought I would write It has been somo time sinco I hoard from any of you It is gotting cold horo now and snowod last Saturday Wo aro camping in tho Tomplo of Hoav on wo aro insido of six walls in good tonts and havo good bunks and stovos in tho tonts and lots of bedding and blanketo and gotting lots to oat oabbago and many oth or yegotablos but they wont last much longer Wo will stay hero all winter I would like to go to Manila I like tho olimate fine there It is too cold here Tho Ohinoso aro tho dirtiost poo pie I ever saw They livo in small mud housos and small briok hou ses Thoro aro no largo housos in Pekin Thoy havo their bods like the Germans build ovons to dry fruit in and then they build firoB under their bods Loto of tho Chi nesa will die and froezo to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1900

krf It 4T Kris llll affection GROCERY 3- xkooxoooooocoooo0ooo000O0Oooo Free Delivery Prompt Attention Kringles Headquarters WILL BE AT THE BOSTON mT T T T Tm T Jfc M Every Day Sees Additions Hade to the of Chris tinas Skcli m C44 HERE YOU WILL FIND Parlor Lamps Pretty glassware Fine JDishee Toys of Mrids Fresh Candies Fresh Fruits Complete Stoek of FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES Everything Freshf Everything Clean MISPLACED SWEETNE88 Mamma Suffered on Aceoaat of Iter Sons Xovemaktng She vbb pouring at a tea that after noon and she looked unusually be witching He was sitting at her left In n bower of palms that almost con coaled him He was holding one of her bands under cover of the tablecloth whllo she tried to pour with the other She did not look at him bs bo talked but bo knew by her color and the little quiver of thu band be was holding that she heard everything be Bald Dearest he murmured as sho sent one cup off without n spoon and anoth er tilled only with whipped cream dearest If y...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1900

V L ill Cf Jig M M w Mm Sl YU T iflHRt ff wmmmmmmMm m Winter Suits Overcoats and Pants For little raon big men boys nnd children Its a saving to you of money If you want Clothing nnd care HOW THEY FIT and LOOK you ought to try ours We have a groat stock Bought right and this is the month we must sell them TAKE A CHANCE Prico our clothing and YOU WILL BUY If you want the best goods for tlio least price Wo nro authorized to announce GEO W LANDRAM a candidate for county court clerk of Livingston county subject to tho action of tho Democratic primnry to bo held December 29 It is reported that Dr J M MoCormaok will filo suit for 10 000 against tho Goebol estate John W Yerkos was appointed Commissioner of Internal Reve miio by the President last week The Court of Appeals refused a rohenrintj of tho cases growing out of tho contests over tho minor ofiioS Two negroes ware hanged by a mob at Roc port Ind Sunday night Tho fionds murljrod a whito barber Sunday morning and tho enragod people in...

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 December 1900

X tPo J R 0 WALKER - Publisher WALTER WALKER Manager LOCAL AND PERSONAL Any book yon want nt Orinos Firo works of 11IL kinds nt Co phora Seo Ormoslnrge assortment of gamos Josso Olivo wont to Momphis Monday RondT W Williams ads this issno in T W of Saloiri was in tho city last wook Mrs Daro Woods roturnod from Chicago last wook - Chas Wigginton of Prodonio was in town Sunday Miss Ida Adatns is visiting her menus nt irltllsvillo Mr O H Paris was in Dyers burg TonnMouday Miss Emma Bigham returned from Dokoyen Saturday Mr J M Gibbs of Pincknoy villo wrb in town Monday An open session of sohool con gress willjjo given tonight Mr P SMaxwolljoturned from Indian Territory last wook 135 buys tho latest copyrighted books at Taylors news stand Lawronco Oruco has a protty so voro case of tho woatern fovor Now corn whiskey at 2 por gal at 0 E Doss Gos Go to J W PritohettGladstono for apples orangos and bananas Mrs E B Dorroh of Livings- ion county was in town Monday Fresh and delicious pios cak...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1900

ft y i v p CD 1 Still in the Lead LOOK at our PRICES Picklos 5o per doz Soap 15 Imra for 25o Prunes 3 lbs for 25o Apricots 2 lbs for 25o Pottocl Ham 5o por can Salmon 15o per can Quaker Oats 2 pkcs 25o Petti Johns Food 2 pkgs 25o 14 inch bar toilet soap 5o 14 inch bar Oastilo soap Go Coffee from 15o to 2oo por lb 14 lbs Granulated sugar 1 15 lbs C sugar 1 Rico 3 lbs for 25o Candy from 10c to35o pr lb Tinware Stonowaro Wood enware and everything in our lino at the vory lowost prices Always romombor that wo handlo nothing but the very best of goods and sell at the lowest prices Preduce Wo aro still in tho produce business and will pay you the highest prices for your Eggs Chickens Turkoys and Geese Dont fail to see us before you sell Respectfully a f HEARIN SON f M E FOHS Merchant Tailor MARION KYj Clothes Cleaned and Repaired Repairing a Specialty Finest and Best 100 a Day House In Kentucky New Richmond House R E DRENNAN Prapr PADUCAH - KENTUCKY i Children lore to tako Horleya LitUo L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1900

MEXICO tr and Colomnn Rushing ro illl business tho whistlo of tho busy Kklif Logan mmbydiodon lvaa burled at tho Caldwell iport moved to lila place a9t 1 lll IttDR C0URI1 18 raging lll una I mid Sunday was mooting oyvillo church Ilro La vas out as pastor anil tiioy or another yoor Iiro La En satisfaction to tho con- WESTON t t tahiJgan is having a large stook on his farm f Friday night a bay horse belong- IHenry Summon strayod or was kfrpm him here i mail route from iioro to Hopton is aged and goes via liodnoy now Bpio Dillard has moved to Herman tera farm noar Nunna and lias en- iwn saw mining Lio weeks ago while standing in a ftV M Plow foil ond badly iujured Uo has gouo to Evansvillo for icut ring to ill health your itomizor has to show up in tho columns of tho aid Proas but I promise to be more pt in future BAKER i aday school at this place will con- Id through this quarter so 9a s Tporintendeut Mrs Haynos Iglng at Frank Walkora Sunday ry and Mclirido delivered their to lo Monda...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1900

r i ife r u is larried Sunday ovoning Mr Sponcor Dorr son of Mr K F Dorr of this city and Misa Jennie Goorgo daughter of Mr Thomas Goorgo of Salem wore unitod in raarriago in tho parlor of a hotol in Clark s villo Tonn Tho nows of tho wed ding waB a surpriso to tho many frionds of tho happy young oouplo in this oity Mr Dorr came to Marion Sunday afternoon from - Mr Dorr is Marion et j a popular j hmdtam of Livingat uoy no is muuugor 01 mo vum borlnnd toloDhono oxohanco at Princeton Tho Press oxtends hoartiostcon gratulations ANOTHER EXCHANGE To be Put in by the Cumberland Telephone Company u i Mr Brink Tyler of the umber land Telephone Company was in this city last wook Ho informod tho Press that his company will put in an oxohange in Marion and extend thoir lines to Salem and Ropton Work on tho new ox change will begin at once Attention Subscribers On January 1st tho subscription books of tho Press will bo arran ged for noxt years business ac counts mado out and immodiato settlomen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 January 1901

f t f 1 Al ItMCn I "I f' I I ow the Young PeopiEnjoycd Tho Holiday On tho ovoning of lav Mibh Mnlvllln Ml inou a Inrgo nuiiiltor honor of Miss inning dnughtor of 1 tho Nturgia collogo. oplo bognn to gnthor t jur in tho ovoning nm otty imrloru of tho (i .oiico wuro fillod with In L 1 I I. ! . 1 iHBlMI a I Wodnowlny oveniug Alia ;aiu oiitortaiiiod in honor 8iund, 'Miss Wise. Tlioaf onuunood a moat dolight by nil pliant, Luncho uopfod nnd at miUi1flit tV doparlod Friday ovoning bn M outortninod (initoit nuinlwr ristmna viiiiiiir iwifitiii" rtr iiiiu tiuii". .itlfliora iMiautiful nri.o. .1 Travis wtm tho firnt priza ant i i. .i uii .uuoro mo Booonu. noim friouds so, tho iiiusio ultvod tlio occantou nil dopnrtod at u Into hour, foe i I that they had spout a plonfiaut mug. Tho young pooplo WiBO young i oarly on tho n rosi. girla ml hoyH. Aftor tho ,rril of all I. . J .!..! M . no inviiou gnosis n mosBiusing tsaing gnmo wns uugnpl in by io young iooplo. Thighout ho pnrlont woro nrraugoctol...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 January 1901

' r i :J v. .... oi . QUii, v ! CHUBS 1111. The Wonderful Expansion cf the Trade of the United States Concisely Shown. A COMPARISON WITH OTHER NATIONS. Import tinil nxiinrtn of thn l'rlueU pitl ("until rim f (In. Wnrlil In tlHMt, (oniimrril Willi tlm Kiimc ( li tin I'rrootlliiK A our, Accord lux In (In- llurcuu of StHtlntltw. Washington, Dec. 31. Commercial condition, throughout tho world in the closing months of 1000 are pictured iu u taitlo which will be presented in the forthcoming number of the Monthly Swmmnry of Commerce und Finance issued by the treasury bureau of statistics. A c Hiiiariiou of the commerce of tho M'iiieipal countries of the world with that of the United States in 1M0, and of tho growth or reduction of their commerce with our own development during the year, presents some facte of especial interest in considering- the wonderful development of our own commerce in the year and century. Taking tho countries in their order as arranged in the table, tho facts prerou...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 January 1901

f.' ii i t l''' . J Si: W In I v) w b KWSVKNjsiaps. When ComplctcdMvill Excel tt tliHr i A.I Oth.r ,ol3. ''T 111 Mr (ll ll..rr ,.r Mi'r Hllll "ixritl !. , . l""-' I l I ,,(- OUi: ir. tvl IBll , . rM , '''I'' to In n-" !:-, TC'Iaih Mr. Wliilur fllfct M J' UOi i. tlie ex iitir "iiliifiil inH D!vmJ f i.... ..r ... 1 """ " niiiin 1 1 4Mi JiiirrlMin hM , j.1 llt llir spirit , f jj . ins jirwii M,r( Kinli.jr N ,,, "tn. n,o H,,,Ul " TiMinu hii mil t1,j 'Inrlt'fi for i . i r i ui I fc head of Mic KM ll'UfHIl Of CH.MiM IKmI fM !'r cif Ii hu chiiii, r CtA a&AOimJL' Lvl? .Etr ca 1 ft! MTlatlk .'!., 1 i I oil ' ii ni.i al tuid ""n ii jiroffTi ,!, i , of (In- htLn'A nn in in r 4,f ' il thHr dl.p.m, Mlnor the clour i.f f ,. " " hr to nl,., tli thr t'nltrd .Stnr, fr I'ntnrj nn limlatrd nnt Oj riohnl into a ,s Wl,h Inli'rrntn, ji.,1,1 ri al, U) rltffni.l ui rrrj , Klolir Th prrmilrnt , Kit iMkh (!. . ....iKu Miiirr iiiHti rrr iiiuinuiln filcii.ll r, ,, "Jirr jMiwrm. rrali. tl U of prnrri Ik krr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 January 1901

-. "i MmBntimof iFW '& " -v"-' ,, ' f M tv " N' . I .-- , 1 ; a. L 1 - . , , -.....,. gggg . V J Vpy A Happy and Prosperous M J-W-2-W-H-4-I-I-H-H-H-1-H--1-H-W WIIWJI"!"IIr,T,jHI""I"I"I"l"I"I"I"!""r To AH ! W-H-W-I-H-H-H-H-l-M-I-H We thank our numerous customers for the good business we foyed 'asVr,lQl?l hope by Good Goods, Fair Dealing and Low Prices to show our appreftion of sain I9U1. iiv ' 1 r 1 . -' I t A 4 v V h We Commence Now to have our Clearance Goods Must Go! LADIES JACKETS. We have about 50 up-to-date Garments which you can buy now AT COST. They Must be Sold. Come and See Our Prices and You Will Take Our Goods. R. 0. WALKER, - Publisher. ' WALTER WALKER, Manager. OWX TXAK QJTX DOLLAX Our Roll of Hopor. The following hnve paid up or renewed their subsoriptidns to the Press since our last issue: Mrs. Mollie Bagley, Mattoon. T. W, Lowrey, Salem. R. H. Adams, Corydon. J. M. McChesney, Fredonia. Win. H. Swansey, Marion. Isaac Stembridge, Enon. J. N. Boston, Marion. Lester ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 January 1901

nU vl I 7 hi c r r !! It. 0. WALKER, . I'ubliBlior WALTER WALKER, Manager, LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Dr, Mnrriu .pant tlio holidays in Uniontown. Mrs. (, M. Orldor.roturnod from St. Lou in lust wook. Oo to vl. W. Pritchott, (lliul. f fitono, for ohUnpoat grooorios. li. Lucy Walkor roturnod from Eli.ihotliloru last wook. 13, 1J. Mooro and family visited Tolatlvos in thin city last wook. IS. IS. Squior spout tin holidays with hia rolativos" in St. Louis, ttifMlHH Alien Browning visited JativoH in lSvdiHvillo Inst wook. John Paughtory tcjimo ovor from ' SturgiBittidapont IiIh OliriBtiiiuant hqiiio. ' Mies (Jortio II opowoll, of Slur-la gin, risitod frium in this city last wook: , Mittu Hortunso hyinloy upeut thu holidayi) with frionds in '. Mr. Ooorgo Cochran of Enliold, JJI,, in visiting his paiouta in this city. MIb Hay Woodu caino in from Louisville nnd pnt the holidays at homo. MUs Unto H north, of 111., is tho guost of friends in this city. Mrs. Carrio Maxwell and Mihb Mary, roturnod la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 January 1901

m 5 1 i if. r i V X ? .iV & it lj ti I . , v -.- .vVl 'i jK"t ; i -8 THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rutiL.i8iii:n wkkklt, MARION. : t i t KENTUCKY, 1901 JANUARY. 1901 $ fL .IS - mL I cot. 1 Tsn , wta nrra .. i mr . . ! ut. !i. 41 5 $ 8 10 11 19 ? f"l3 71 15 16 77 To 19$ o 1 20 i7 23 24 25 S 27 20 30 31 A WEEK'S RECORD . All tlTe News of (ho Post Seven Days Condensed. HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS Notts of tho Industrial Field, Personal nutl Political Items, Hapircnings at Homo and Abroad. THE NEWS FROM ALL TIIE "WORLD ' DOMESTIC. Judge Wicst, of the Ingham county court, ordered Gov Pingrcc to appear in court on the 29tn and show cause why he should not be punished for contempt because of n bitter attack lie made on the judge in the papers. Joseph Douglas, of Cravvfurdsvi'.Ie. Intl., killed one man and fatally wounded another because they culled on bis wife. An express enr on a Minneapolis & St. Louis train was burned near Searlcs, Minn. It was heavily loaded with Christmas goods. Fonr masked...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 January 1901

i m CHRONOLOGICAL 1900 An Orderly nd Concise Review of Important Hapcnings of the Past Year II ft. DEVELOPMENTS OF Business FalltU'i StartllnR Disasters, Crimes nnd Lynciilncs I'orelRB 'cnta, IncludiitR a Hrlef Account of the iJMfor NccroloKy, Politics, Spsris, Htc. Tin: ciiimm ". (Tht ltx.ri or "Kifiji ".'he Righteous "lt welt u loriiiidal (JlrntilXKlluli '! I1lli, full, h ivir Li ft' lllf rrrcnl 1111. h'"rf at f' kti if waries and other ! d.vM hrisiian m ell. wh liiur1irl, I'd - tiun lit ami ulasle r ' "II il libit "ft'liitiH d..tro)id fay April l May nut "'H) a d paaiteri ilkliliont rumor frirm lib .f ripatd Mi"' iii 0 These ibti ) ltd in IOI1K Ol It HOW. fart. 1 Hi" lloirt rn neraine n matter r iiieriiatiuhai rm imparlance JM1 3 llnxtra rrjior - marching toward 1. I't Inv tiuliilHir l.-l. la en rou I ;jiin I Miirn.m KUf .rgatloi.s Ht Peking 01 ikn ra inH n MHmtiip RKthir Many m!l.i 1 lloim i port id t emtio', Alii ui.fi linger wit.. Ptkln K'VifrtniM ir.aat!' Ittis.U I offer, in ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 January 1901

i f " ttL . rT t' o r - PV ,f ? W -i tt& if ? t B ' .-T L' " f. jff" lt! i M i I FLATWOOD. Our community ison a boom. Messrs..,. N. Trultt and J. S. Now-comb havo each built a now stock barn nnd L. B. Dhiliipa la preparing to build n forty boat at Smallwood ford. Mr. Q. M. RuBaoil and wlfo wore visiting in this community Christmas; The old man is hard on politics and turkey. Tho young folks onjoyod a nico supper at Mr. E. L. Nunn's Christmas night. Eli Nunn enjoys talking to tho womon and especially tho widows. SHADY GROVE. Tha farmers of our community arc about through dollvortng tobacco. Bro Growo filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday with large congregations. Mlsa Magglo Wilson, of Webstor, is visiting atQ. B. Lamb's. Flbort McCormack mado a Hying a flying trip to Cress Sunday hn special business. Frop Lomon has roturnod homo from Oklahoma, Daniel Hubbard, of Marion, was bore Saturday and Sunday. Miss Myrtlo Ashor has returned home from Marionj where sho has boon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 January 1901

w - ' J V J5N (Etrifijendjen ! ii VOLUME 22. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 10, 1901. NO 33 Mftket OUR MlttS AND MINERS. INTERESTING PARAGIp'S BOUT THE MINERAL DEVELOPMENTS b MhlENDEN.GO'DNTY, Tim iihipmonlH of lluor M"r ii,jiir no.xt ibhuo. tlmllirnu wooka uiulitif " .'H'uryfl HJ Wliril ITl'JO lOllH. Tlm IhIhhI Now York qii..biti'MucFuy, under tint dirootfion ofthoir on Mimr spur worn: engineer, .Imiiioh Cox, Ksq.f Iihvo liiiiiiii S10.1K) i$- ln.il hoiiiu moat promising ( J round ir,NiJ.ipuioiiiH Thuir "Nnnoy llnnks" OiifnruiKii. IU &00 " 1-UI (Irotmil N.TO ! Hut Thu priro oi iiarytoii in York- American $ 7.f0 to ? mi dorman M.W) ! l'7xi Tint load and .ino mnrkoU in Jopliti whh Htoady nl $2 fr linr mid $.U per 1,000 IIh f.r lii il The price of Cadmium mm ( thn rare minerala found tliil it tiuioa with zino ores, i- ol out twice that of silver, ranging f m tl Xt to $2 Kit pr kilogram '1 'his raluablo mineral Iimh Imch To and the drift running from tin ml )in of (ho ...

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