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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 January 1901

II I 'i i W , v-vi v I' ! Isli H &tofV&gS$l4 WOT He Cnnnted All Illslit. "Vou"e been in a fight," said bis mother, reprovingly, "Oh, not much of a one' answered the hoy. "Did! you couat 100 as I told you tvken jou felt your angry passions rising?" "Oh. sure." returned the boy. "I counted 100 all right, but I knocked the other boy down first. It s the only safe vaj." Chicago Post. Unexpected KncnnriiErtnrnl. "So this Is the end." he In bitterness cried. Displaying the note she had written. Just now It's the end," she with caution replied. Regretting to see him thus smitten. "And yet," she went on In her feminine way, "Don't decra the world barren and hollow. Whate'er woman writes. Just remomber, I pray, A postscript is likely to follow." Chicago Post. ItATlIKIl DIFFICULT FOIl HIM. v i m Jones. I am neer at a loss in His Fnir Hostess But surely, Mr. Jones, there must be some subjects you don't understand. What do you do then? Jones Oh, then I sniy nothing, and look intelligent...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 January 1901

MAIL FOH FARMERS. Practical Aspects of the Rural Free Dollvcry System. In troiiifti from Kvrry flpellnn if Hip tuiititiV l'romiiiiit'i' II an Un- iuiitllli(l In livery llll !(. Hpclal Vunlilnnton letter.) wim Recently licltl lit tliu T1IKUH ( utifillnl u wry lmpor tnnt int'otliiir of nliout 60 nfllclttlj. The ilnlly ith ltitve liiul nothing lo Miy nliout It licenttio the (rittlierlnp' wiik mill tho ImihIiipmi mm nttiti'hi tli uoiiforenoo did not 1ki iM tltrlr t'OMtliifr or tlielr Kontf J lie inrftlnfr. wni held In tho of the rural fruo tlelliery Superintendent. Mnclien W OKNICHAI, HMIT1I. )i . . all of the route .nil 4preUi iijrcntu of that ! ii.seiutile tit the Ifmrtlneiit J c . a a certain day. They enmo in n .ill AenohSI anil promptly nlhtf appointed time. 1 f tn'''iil superintendent l them fur nliout two ltotirK, j; t, ' lliciM ctetir'nitd Kpeelllc Instructs is. niiireritlmr htrfr work mid if upon them its i t merely to thu Individual U'n i.l, but Itt li!iiiione importance to 'i...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 January 1901

u it H L 1' i 1 I t rAv 1? I ' 1 , I I"! h,, f j l& v I tsj jptm i iwww v mtmvjtJ t JZSifcTtit im i, m - - -$' tfy n. TOLU. It hath boon said that there is a time unci placa to all things, nil of which Is ndmitted without argument. Such being tho facts in tho caso now is the time for tho good people of Crittenden and Livingston counties to select a man to represent them in tho noxt Legislature. This being true, Toln is tho place and our noighbor, A. .7. Uennott, is tho man, as this portion of the county has never liecn represented by a Democrat, and in addition to this we have no bettor citizen than Mr. Bennett, whoso life has been an open book and whoso character is above reproach. Seeing that wo can do so much good attended with so little harm why not voto for Bonnett All in favor of tho proposition say I. A littlo puny looking fellow with a big quid of Battle Ax tobacco and a patch on hta elbow wants to know two or threo things. In the first place what tlmo of tho year tho wo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 January 1901

wiwn S "f f I , - 3 3 Oh rittfttjjeti p7& 'ME 22. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNJY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 31, 1901. NO 34 VOL WONDERFUL VEINS OF Section of Kentucky That Has In This Country. THE DARK AND BLOODY MADE Crittenden, Livingston and Caldwell Counties in Western Kentucky. Deposits of Fluor Spar, Zinz, Lead. Ochre, Umber, Fire Ciay, Feld Spar inexhaustible, THE COUNTY AND ITS RESOURCES. Tho darfc mid bloody ground, nuulo fatuous by tho exploits nml advonturori of Daniol Boono in his many oncounlors with tho Indians is dovoloplng into a voritnblo houBO. Always ranking high, ho far as its agricultural resources nro concorned, its shipmonts in intuonds bids fair to oxcood in money vnluo tho combined crops of tobacco, corn and whoat, and Iho gront droves of fat booves and tho thousands of markotoblo hogs that day by day and month by month Hro headed towards tho con. btimore in our groat cities. Indeed it would lw no exaggeration to state that the Iron and Steel in. largely indebted to ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 January 1901

il WVfcZmt By.J . U PI. ' -..-.'" "1 ... il w t '-k. J. 11- ! I THE GRITTENDEN PRESS rtiiLisiiuD wi:kkl.y. MAIIION. : : : s KENTUCKY. i WEI'S RECORD All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed. HOJIE AND FOREIGN ITEMS Kews of the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings - at Homo ami Abroad. THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD c05r.1iEss10.vu,. James 8. Harlan's appointment n attorney general of Porto Rico was confirmed by the senate on the 21st and the rest of the day was devoted to the legislative, executive and Judicial bills.. ..In the house a. bill was passed for the establishment In Washington of a home for aged and Infirm colored' people with the fund of J3O.0O0 now in the treasury due to the estates of deceased colored soldiers. Resolutions were adopted In the senate on the 22d on the death of Queen Victoria and were ordered engrossed and for--warded to the prime minister of Great Britain. The legislative, executive and Judicial appropriation bill was completed. ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 January 1901

V I J 7, loe Life of VICTORIA Personal and Political, Private and Public. "She nothing common did, or mean, Upon that memorable scene." Biography of King Edward VII. biography of Queen Victoria, written In full, would mean the hUtorjr of the British empire for tho last 00 years, and by it nullifications the history of the nfTalnt of the world. The span of her reign has measured progress In mntcrlnl affulra beyond tho mott cxtrnvngaut prophecies of her childhood, the most note worthy achievements. In every of science, philosophy aud In KINO EDWARD VII. CKnown for Many Years as the Prince of Wale) duitry, and a readjustment of polities! and commercial relation among the nations of surprising swrep. So conspicuous has been the part played ly England and so noteworthy the merits and the Influence of the queen that the phruft "Victorian era" him "been accepted by the world an a just ml ample chsractcrixalion of the jkcriod 'Included In her reign. Mirth nf Ihr Oarrn. When Victoria wan bor...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 January 1901

E .) . -T t ii Pl k 'I : l M ji t.sf i i'- i I in V' I & V, J 1 ri I? M Iff i i .W -o 'I , 'WW' ttljs $Jbws& R, 0. WALKER, - PubliBhor. WALTER WALKER, Mnnngor. OXXYXAK the Frankfort cemetery. OXK DOLLAR ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Wo nro authorized to announco M. F. POGUE as a candidate for tho Democratic nonv ination for Roprosontativo of Crittenden and Livingston counties in the noxt general assembly, subject to tho action of tho Democratic primary. Wo aro authorized to announco A. J. BENNETT, n candidate to represent Crittenden and Livingston counties in tho noxt General Assembly of Kontucky, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF. Wo are authorized to announco JNO. T. FRANKS, a candidate lor tno nomination for Shcritr of Crittenden County, subject to tho action of tho Kepubucan party. Wo dovoto moro than our usual space to mining naws this wook, because it is tho subject of greatest impo'rtanco just now to the people of Crittenden nndj Livingst...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 January 1901

Dr. Morris Hill Bigham. On Wodnosday, Jnn. 23, at tho rosidonco of tho brido's fnthor, Mr W. H. Blgham, Mr. Jamos N. Ilill and Miss Addio Bigham woro in mnrriago, Rov. A. J. of Kuttawa, officiating. A largo numbor of frionds witnossod tho coromony and oxtondod congratulations. Tho noxt day tho wodding party wont to tho of Mr. T. M. Hill, the of tho groom, whoro n was tondorod thorn and a wodding dinnor spread. I ho bndo is ono of tho most popular young ladios of Chapol Hill and has a wido eirolo of frionds whorovor known. Tho groom is a young man of storling qunlitios, nud stands in tho front rank of tho Cnldwoll Springs farmors, and was born and roarod in tho Chapol Hill neighborhood. Tho PiiBss oxtonds congratulations and bost wishos for a woddod lifoof prospority and hnppinoss. Nunh Cain. A protty morrioKO was in Weston Tuosday ovoning at 7 o'clock. Mr. Goo. H. Nunn, a woll known Blaokford morchant, and Mies Emma Cain, ono of Wos ton's popular hollos, woro unitod in matrimony at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 January 1901

H J 'I J 1 r jy at I lit f i n L sru. I WEI MD II William of Germany Leaves the House of Mourning at Osborne to Meet His Son. LATTER CAME DIRECT FROM POTSDAM. An llonr Spent In lnnprrtlnn the Doclc Ynrd nt I'nrtamontri nntl Then 1IU Mnjcaty nml Ilia Son on flip Ilinl Ynclit to Cinrci. London, Jan. 20. The (iormnn crown prince, Frederick William, ho left Potsdam Kridn.v, wns met nt the landing nt Tort Victoria by nn equerry of the king1 nml a member of the Gorinnn embassy, who accompanied lilm to London on his wny to Osborne. The crown prince, who wore a black Miit and a felt lint, remained In his saloon carriage during the few minutes which cre occupied in changing -engines nl Victoria station. As the train fttorted for Portsmouth he his head in response to the salutes of a little knot of onlookers. Kmperor Willinm awaited his son nt Portsmouth dock ynrd, nml greeted him most affectionately. The emperor ii mi the crown prince spent nn hour in inspecting the dock yard, after which th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 January 1901

im'ii rr " r t '-- ix n a 1-1 - . . VT(P3f'Mpit"VKi wF'Tw " - ,..-..,-.. '.7IWP' TUB LEMWnSKEUNION Whtit tho Surviving Warriors May Antiolpiito. Martini Points About Memphis Stlrrlns; Ktrnts t tlm Civil War, or Which tlm UliifT City Wss tlm tinnier ml It I'rople Wr tlm Ctilef Aclurs. MKiiriils, Tonn., Jan. '28. Tlio trail of nutlunal untiles over the Hlato of TruueMec tlurluj the four yearn of civil wur from 1001 to 1805 rnailo Itn limp look HUc a spider's web. More than sixty battle wore fought uM)t) Itn soil, ami 00.000 Federal solilltirn lir In Itn seren national cemeteries, 14,000 bnliiK' at MemphiH, whllo fully an many more unknown contestants on the Southern nlila nre burled beneath TciiifW'' s'-'H- On one of Itn hattlcflcliln 82,000 men fought and HO.OOO fell, a greater per rrutaK0 mortality llwtn any shock of arum of equal force In history. On an. other, at Shlloh, nearly 110,000 uicii , s,i fought, and 'JJ.000 foil. Other Held might bo named w the loa wan immense and the In...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 January 1901

1, 5 fl 8 M I ' t' 'i d l-ii ""' ,T THE WEEKS REVIEW. The Fluot Spar Market is Strong and Higher A Movement on Foot at Joplin to Curtail the Zinc Output. NEWS AND ITEMS AT HOME AND ABROAD. THE MARKETS. Ochre, common, $9.25 to $10.00. Bnrytes, crude, $8.00 to $9.00. Snow white, $17.00 to $17.50. Joplin, Jnn. 27. Tho highest prico reported for zino was $27,00 n ton nnd $24.dO for 00 por cent, oro on tho assay basis. Lond Tho Fluor Spur Co., Snlos oflico, St. Louis. Marion. Now York. .Inn. 30 Ground uapnai Fluor Spnr from this district $15.- 20.000. E. E. Squior, St. Louis, 1)0; Lump nnd Grnvol Spnr $11.00 Prosidont. P. S. Mnxwoll, Marion, to $13.00, according to grade. Tronsuror. Owners of tho Hodge Ground Gypsum, $8.10 to $8.75. mino, tho Roitor, John Uodgo, Tnob, ana JUubio llodgo mines. Tho Wostorn Kentucky Mining Co. R. W. Binghnm, Louisville, Prosidont. Dr. Currnn Popo, Socrotnry. Ownors of tho Columbin inino. Tho Englo Fluor Spnr Co., of brought $15 per ton n docronso Whcoling, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 February 1901

It k T Metal sltrfceta, ; ttc. I Juplin, Mo., Feb. 2. Our ma kot ia practically unahjuiged. The hutting down of the mills and theCroduotionjdf Jour reeervee will naturally have a hardening effect oufprioes. Na York. Feb. 6.Led fi.82 tof1.87.(JPIK unekaogedl from last week. Market auong. Uaryte,;Amerloa", fy. 1, crude, tf) 00. No. 'i onde, 3 w. o. Sprude, 17 76. (Jormfinjgray, $14.50; enow white 117.00. Uottonetone, ground, per lb. 2f to !oente. Lnmp, a to quality, 5 1 toHcenu. lydrofluorlo aokl, beet, per lb. SKo Fire clay, ordinary to beet, short too, $1.26 to 16.00. Slip.olay, ehort ton, $7.00. Gypeumground, abort ton, $8.00 to $8.60. Oohre, American ;oomo to beet, $9.J5 to $26.00 ehort ton, Slate grouBd,bhwk, abort ton, $7, 60 toI$3.7B. St. Loulfc, Feb, 6.Led dull, $1 171 for deelUerixed. railroad trains eUlled in huge now drifts, the elevated and face roads in our oltlee at a sUndetlll, Southwestern Kentuoky we are having almost spring like weather, no snow, good roads and every...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 February 1901

If u$ II I f il L I tt H 1 i I: lUM ,! ! il ill i i ki . nw d M I53S2K3! ,-a 1T - THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rUnLISHKD WEEKLY. i MARION. i i i KENTUCKY, M$.$.$3$.Jv4$jMSyHvft - ivvji rcortuArti. ivui ? ? SUI. XM. TOES. VU. TJO. tU. SIT. ? i 2 1 ITo 11 12 73" 14 15 To"! 4 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 I 24 25 26 27 28 .... & J .$kJS44x A WEEK'S RECORD All the News of tho Past Seven Days Condensed. HOME AM) FOREIGN ITEMS flows of tho Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Hnppeninga ' at Homo and Abroad. l'HE NEWS V ROM ALL THE WORLD CONGRESSIONAL. Before the senate on the 2Sth Senator Towne (Minn.) made a speech demanding peace In the Philippines. Immediate! after Mr. Towne's speech Mr. Clapp, hla successor, was sworn In. The remainder of the day was devoted to consideration of the Indian appropriation bill. A bill granting a charter to the Federation of Women's clubs was favorably reported ....In the house District of Columbia business occupied most of the day. A bill to revise and co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 February 1901

FANCIES OF MS1IION. Extreme Length of Luxury Seems to Have Been Reached. The UunMvI Wont. m ilf Are Muiupluou (Jreatlona and llrnullfiil In the Kilrrmr, (Bpeclnl New York Letter. T-p WOULD really bcchi on X X though luxury in feminine dress ntul the thousand and one ncccssorics that go to make up the continue of the hour could never have been pushed to the extreme length It has reached thin season. I am well nwnre that thhi statement him been made with more or 1cm truth for many succeeding seasons, also thai the general reckless r.trnvu gaucr of womnnklnd has been discussed by those who think thry know nil about the mutter, until the subject has become hackneyed and In i I i i i ii XI VK OCLOCIC TKAUGWN. thrnndunrr, jet tt l nevertheless a truth, mid onr well known to those who hair studied the matter with dlstirlmiunting ojrs, thai mutt worn on with their Innate love of all that 1 pretty and becoming arc Inclined to be extravagant, nud thnt women tho woman of the smart set, I mean,...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 February 1901

, i: i - a 1 , 4 1 ' ' 4 4 I; i , if i.' I y . . J a u 7 1- ! "i ; B : uPpe :w!0nu It. 0. WALKER, . Publisher. WALTER WALKER, Mnnagor vrrVEAR OWE DOLLAl ANNOUNCEMENTS, FOR REPRESENTAFIVE. Wo aro authorized to announco M. P. POQUE as n candidnto for tho Democratic for Representative of Crittenden and Livinifaton counties in tho next general assembly, subject to the action of tho Democratic primary. Wo aro authorized to announco A. J. BENNETT, n candidate to represent Crittenden and Livingston counties in tho next Gcucral Assembly of Kentucky, subject to tho action of tho Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF. Wo are authorized to announco JNO. T. FRANKS, n enndidato for tho nomination for Sheriff of Crittendon County, subject to tho action of tho Republican party. Mrs. Nations would doubtloss bo valuable to Undo Sam as a 'moonshino raider." Tho Saturday Evening Post rises to romark that "war is not a gentle business." But its gentlemanly. Tho mountain industry, shootin' men, Booms to be boom...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 February 1901

Li IAKION OPERA HOUSE ! MONDAY NIGHT, EEB. 11th ! of i the Banner Season Attraction UNCLE JOSH SPRUCEBY! The Old-Time FOUR GREAT ACTS ! The Exiting Husking Bcc. Saw Mill Scene, A Comedy Drama of ! Twenty-Five People Highest Type A Most Wonderful in the Caste.; No Vulgarity, but a Play With a Moral ! Scenic Effect. Watch for Prices-25, '&k& !l$K& ,; v WALKER, . Publisher P. tt UnillWALKKU. Mimiigor. I( l II NUIKS: Not oxchhIIiik 10 Unci !m i tibiiHiiiHi rrro or unnnro. ah 1i iiiira nt ft cent jht lino. in l' uLl TIOX8 OK rlliorn Woods loft Tuesday i T I'Vnnka, of Owonsboro, was , i n OHtonlny. r ( utir romio vnlontinos nt II 'i Mil? store i , 1) illar is working for Oooh i i, d Hnkor. Mrs (Minrlos Evans is (lio guest 1 1 frauds m St. Louis. M F l'oguo,.of Frances, wns in 1 Mmdny nml Tuosdny. 1), k Wilborn ia out ngnin of tor of ii .,n strugglo with the grip. V .1 T. Alexander of Madison i win in IhiB oily yostonlay. Mr .John T. FrmiliB arrivod in i A from Owonsboro joator...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 February 1901

'i n i r ; I h t ! I PEXjLjS ' 5 EZ3 i... (. HH - An Intercepted Message i A Story of the New Telegraphy, By Cnthcrlno Adams. h i H H 1 1 W. MUST intercept that mes sage,' wild bchmidt. 1 could only look my unutterable Mjtondbhmcnt. Schmidt was the senior partner in the Arm of Schmidt, & Carey. 1 wns Cnrey, the junior. Itoscnbcrg wc seldom saw, nnd it vn& just as well; he had no brains, but his money had been very useful when the firm was first launched, and, as he never interfered with the mnnngvmeut, we were glad to continue ns wc had begun. For the rest, "Schmidt, Koscnberg & Carey" is a firm of stock brokers well known on the stock exchange, where its operations are followed with keen interest. "Well?" said Schmidt, seeing thnt 1 was till at sea; "you scarcely follow mc?" "I don't 1" I declared, emphatically. 'Hint is because you have no imagination. A better financier I never knew, but you lack imagination. Xow, I " He paused. "llae too much. You could well spare me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 February 1901

IjIIS MEMPHIS RKDNION m rn H " TtiKM, Ml,, Keb. 1, 1001. . ... .1.. Aa....luf U A . tloHlirVITUrsui " .w.ll.ui w. u. rt.. ,niiraU" Tltu next nninial rounluii ,i,0 urvlvor of the armies of thu ufcilrracy occurs Ht MuiuphlH, Touti., tin h,i "ut un(1 11011, o( y ucxt Is U'lu'vru that thin will prove to bo ioit liitcrciiunjf oYent lliai inn vol curn'il In tli history of reunloiiM. n'i'fiit vmii 10 JHumpnui giivo me oiiiutrlunlty of tnlugllntf and talk- wild many of tho leading cltl.oim tlul city, and It auord tnn the itr.st plfiuiiiro to bo ablo to state t 1 hoard nothing kbvo expressions artiest (leiire that thin should nruvo be tlio largest gathering of old sol n and their desceinUuU that has yet fn n it u caned on either aide of Mason Pixon'n lino. I'Jaas are already clJrd upon, the eaaontlsl committees already at work, preparation are nily begun, d tho entire popula m alive wllu cnliiusianm in tlio rr ilcAlro to sho.Y wlrat tho homo of irrcut cavalry leader of tho Confcu cv can do t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 February 1901

f if i, IVi t mi j ,s THPPRIZE' ESSAY. The Best State in the Union, and Why it is the Best." This country of ours, tho United Stntesis'brond mid long, containing ninny divisions difforont in soil, clhnnto and pooplo. Kissed on tho oxtrotno north by tho breath of tho "Frost King," fanned on tho south by tho soft breezes of tho great gulf, girdled on tho East by tho magnificont Atlantic, on thoVwest by tho snowy ponks of tho Rockies and tho of California's flowery volleys. Wo.liavoJ States with the tomporaturo and soil of ovory coun try on tho globe. In Main there is tho health givinc odor of the pines, tho fino prairio country in Minnesota, the "Land of Minne haha," in Wisconsin tho green forests aro mirrored in hor groat lakos; then thoro is Ohio, where the "queen city" sits enthroned; Pennsylvania, tho State tho illustrious "Quakor" lovod best; West Virginia, whoro tho groat rivors smilo at oaoh other and agree to mingle as one stream; Groat Now York wo acknowledge as our richest S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 February 1901

Tho grand totnl of all property tiHfid for taxation in tho county flu's yonr is 2.727J7.r; tho iiggrogato $2ff,f00, loav. nig $2.'I7I,77." that pays tho taxes. This sum in divided as follows: Lund 1.502.2(58 Town liOta .'00.510 3'ursonnl proporty 02 1. -117 Tho following statistics aro gleaned from tho assessor's roport: No. aoros of land 211 110 No. oflotfn lots 5.)8 Mo. of horsos .'J 200 Value $1U5 110 No. of mules 1 W, Vnlno $05 (500 No. of cattle 5 85 1 Vnlno $7.) 035 Mo. of shoop U 077 Vnluo $ 7 275 'o. of hogs M 023 Vnluo $.'15 700 Vnluo of agricultural im- plomonts 217 505 Vnluo of vohiolos $31 100 Vnluo of sowing innohitioa J) 820 Vnluo of mfg implotnonts. 4 750 Vnluo musical implomonts 11 015 Vnluo Btonm onginos 11 '100 Vnluo atookf of goods. ... 70 700 Tobncoo, lbs 2.110 000 liny, tons 2 010 Corn, bushoh 500 055 Whont, bushols 112 045 Oats, busholB 20 775 On "Kentucky in the Year Twol Thousand." That the voil of "nnotlior may, as it wore, bo lifiod, its po98ibilitios and p...

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