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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 December 1907

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Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 December 1907

W m. l ..m vk. & M B H Im. pwu V- ';. ;jr Come Take a Trip-To Hopkinsville, Ky. And Learn Its Trading Advantages at No Expense. R. R. Fares Refunded Continuously from December 1, 1907 to March 1, 1908. Members Of the Association, all oi Whom Cordially Invite yon. J. II, Anderson & Co., Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery, CnrpctH, Ladies Garments. Anderson Fowler Drug Co., (Incorporated) Holiday NovelitioH, DrugH and School Hooks. Bank of hopkinsville, l npitul $100,000; Surplus $35,000. Bnssctt &. Co.. I)r l.oods, Men's Furnishings, Ladies (iiirinenta, Men's Suit, Show. Cook&lliggins, Drugs, Holuluy Novelties, Fancy Candies. City Bank. t apltal f (10,000; Surplus $70,000. T. L. Mctcalc, Florist and Launderer. R. C. Ilarduick, Jiwelry, Novelties, Drugs, X mas Goods. Louisville Dental Parlors, Good Set of Teeth for $5. Warfield &. West Shoe Co., (Incorporated) Shoes Inclusively. Teddy Bear Loose In Stinson Bros., Evansvillc, Ind., have just received a large ship...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 19 December 1907

nWBr 'JHEaiEffiBSfeii'asE ! .. fILr wrrjf'vx y.. . wxy?mm .. BnJF' li mm Ypwowmmmmumwi mmMmMmMmmmmvmv& f, V w CIAPEL HILL Well, the year of 1907 is drawing to a close. This issue of the Press will bo the last until the year 190S, and we ought to thank our most beloved Maker that wc arc on gaining grounds and have been blessed with plenty for the past year, and our lives have been spared and that we may look on to the future for a most prosperous year, and that we may live to sec a better time coming inthc near future. Wc have a prosperous year that is past and gone, and let's all look forward for a good harvest for all and every one to be blessed with plenty aud that every one may take the old for the year read it all over and get the news of the county. So good bye. W. II. Bioiiam. Stripping tobacco in this precinct is progressing nicely. Some few are done while others arc trying to get done and dclivcrinc will beirin short- l3ro. Thompson, of Kuttawa, was here Sunday and fille...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 2 January 1908

-I r'J. , Vf VJlAJfi 'J (Briilmfceu IfatiftMrfr VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. JANUARY 2, 1908. NUMBER 30 THE WOODMEN BANQUET Tuesday Evening Was Largely Attended and Enjoyed hy All. Promptly at 7 o'clock Tuesday c, u.iij." tlic mombcrs of Rosewood . an.p, No. 22, W. 0. V. of tliis i ify, n I'otnpulud by tlioir wics and sweethearts met, according to .ntment, at ttic Opera House, and w ri J lightfully entertained by tho Ma" n Cornot Baud. At 7 30 ,i i I "according! to progaiu, they 1 ar .iniuMinood by tlic coiuinittce w j nparod the foast "Come, for things are now ready." lie happy banquetors thou proud tu tho Stogar Building, led the ltxnd, whoro thoy found a , ad "ueh as was seldom if over u in Marion. Tlioro were one ) j'.dro i and sovonty and heart was light and happy. Prajcr wan thou olfored by Zed A. t nctt I'c t vening was made moro on- ..ile and tho repast more palatablo j ssible. by sweet strains of music ' .i'llud by tho string band. lie most enjoyable featur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 2 January 1908

"W JTV i ' - - ;- "Kmc -7. l "" ; N; f' "WWp, '" ' w.ioini Hi nimp,. iiiiiim.. LSI bkjMJ.u4il' j.' . -i jaxnssr .jfir. JBr.flffifr tw.MmdJMmmrmFsmwm&r?mm&i. ,ang. y- '.rwr -i -"- - .,,- .. 'jlWyijaigiy. n.ggT'?rrF , wy jb - pv v -,.,,. HaUaV.i t & Ifr 8 fe I W HPr J WMHBB I row ar Contrary? Is it inclined to run away? Don't punish it with a cruel brush and comb! Feed it, nourish it, save it with Ayer's Hair Vigor, new improved formula. Then your hair will remain at home, on your head, where it belongs. An elegant dressing. Keeps the scalp healthy. Doe not change the color of the hair. 3 Formula with each bottle iters Show it to your doctor Aik blm about It, than don heaaya We certainly believe this, or we would not say so. Ayer's Hair Vigor, as now made from our new improved formula, is a great preparation or the hair and scalp. Stops falling hair. Cures dandruff. Promotes the growth of hair. Mad by the J. C. Ajer Co., Lowell, Mass. A Letter From Colorado. Ordway, Colora...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 2 January 1908

A!! tl'fi World is a Btago, nntl Hazard's Snow plays n most prominent part. It has no superior for Khcumatism, stiff joints, cuts, sprains and all pains. Buy it, try it and you will always use it. Anybody who lias used Mallard's Snow Liniment is a living proof of what it does. Huy a trial bottle. 2Tc, 50c and $1.00 Sold by J as. 11. Orme. PAIN , Ptn In the Ik1 rln anywlioro. hut lu runs, ntn ItroiiKuttlon.ralnliblooil tru!iiro uolhln 1m uiually. At least, mi says Ir Hhnop. ami to It h has cmnti! a llttlo pink tablet. That SraTfl 1KI Dr Hboop'i Tablet cnaies blcxxl prvMiiru uvtnj from twin renters. lu effect li charming-, tilmilnalr ilbllgntfut. (icntlr though utleljr, It surely equalUc ibm blood clrcu. Upon II you Iiivvb a bmilache, lt' bloxl treaiuro. II It's tn(ul i"Tlfnli with wcmeti. sama cause. II 7(u are sleepless, vtnece. It'c blual onritlon blooil prexure That surely ! a Certainty, for Ir Sbnop'i HiAiUrliu TaMcU stop it In 'J) minutes, and th tablets simply dljlribulo tbn um...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 2 January 1908

Pllsi .5 fjf. v , -,- 1 m. KTi V -. - V T "'" P TTpVVPBVMMpMWpNpwiMWil W ' WBWl ..... , ""mw WvTTTT waSirT"5 . . H' v.,,-..-- i -1 i in 'n i fi i - , -- - -, H t iw mum i nnwifiii nafOWPl (' "" - - - - ' M i k xlm!immm'' ?ssqs93fifii&isaffs SSSSE&EF&?$g SSifv -W W- - -- -, & n i ,mlF iK . - 41 CO. Wishes You All a Happy and Prosperous New Year ! Many lyj. 1gJi rSSf We Expect Mi wJSwf 3k i i kmi rbn .-- I55j gLV v s. djc Crittcn&rH S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. at Enured as matter februar yth. The jjer at the potoftce at Marian. Kentucky uniUr the Act o( Concre of March j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH IN ADVNCE. Slncle eopiei mailed .05 1 month mailed to any address .n 2 months ........... .IS it tt j months .50 1 year ' "j ',', 1.00 Bjeari J.00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IF NOT f AID CASH IN ADVANCE. Single copies mailed 05 t month mailed to anr address is '" ' 5 months S " " I jear t.SO of THURSDAY, JAN. 190S. the new Miss Willie Croft entertained at six o'clock d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 2 January 1908

'7a ' ? .$ I r r '.""?' Mummmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 35) S S3 1908 NEW YEAR'S GREETING! 1908 St St St sS S& s& Si WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES S AND PLEASE YOU TOO mmmmmmwmmmmmmwwwmmmwmmymwmm r Hi -ill- i i1 F W.Nunn, dontiat, Press Building Mm. Georgo Roberts in oonfinod to her room with lagrippe. Mrs. A. H. Cardin spent last week with hur brother in Louisville. A. II. Cardin attended the Tobacco Convention jn Frankfort last week. Chastain Haynes and sister, Mian Mildred, were in Princeton Tuesday. MIhscs MauJc and Rcrnicc Driskill wore guests of friends in Princeton Tuesday. Misses Susie Boston and Myamc Love spent Monday with friends in Fredonia. Miss Ruth McChesnoy, of is t ho guest of friends and relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Macon, of Ilopkinsvillo, arc the guests of relatives in this city. Mrs. .J oil n Wharton and Children, of Cadiz, wore the guests of Mrs. W. T. Carloss last week. Miss Jessie Glenn, of Eddyvillo, is tho guost of her sistor, Mis. V. T. MeConn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 2 January 1908

f V T!" -.., PB T-i i -,i ' "'' li5r:,AwWy'Nri . pm " - .. wSSS3ra??;"ir - ,1 . c -. - ,,,'. , Hill rrpwiiMBWn1! it '. "Tl'iyu, vv - 'r' - - yjjn It I m i m I. 4 V fjs A Boston schoolboy was tall, weak and sickly. His arms were soft and flabby. He didn't have a strong muscle in his entire body. The physician who had attended the family for thirty years prescribed Scott's Emulsion. NOW: To feel that boy's arm you would think he was apprenticed to a blacksmith. ALL DRUGGISTS! 50c. AND SI. 00. c 40004440OHQ04'C"44'604tc Did the Horses Kim Away? "Hoy, Jtiiii'ti, is rioiutr to tell a story about when he was a boy !" Julien and James throw down their game of Hunco iu a rush and drew their chair? cloe up to the fire whore their father had boon reading and smoking while they played. Kobert had bceu reading a book of trayel and having mentioned to his father au incident of a run-a-way ho had just read, the old man startod a storv of his own experience. "In those days, boys, just after the wa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 2 January 1908

I f Come Take a Trip To Hopkinsville, Ky. And Learn Its Trading Advantages at No Expense. R. R. Fares Refunded Continuously from December 1, 1907 to March 1, 1908. Members Of the Association, all ol Whom Cordially Invite you. J. 11. Anderson & Co., Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery, Carpets, I.ndies Garments. Anderson Fowler Drug Co., (Incorporated) Holiday Novelitios, Drugs and School Hooks. Bank of Hopkinsville, ( upitnl $100,000; Surplus $35,000. Bossctt & Co., Dry Goods, Men's FurnishinKs, Ladies Garments, Men's Suits, Shoes. Cook&lliggins, Drugs, Holiday Novelties, Fanry Candies. City Bank. ( apital JOO.OOO; SurphiB $70,000. T. L. Mctoalc, Florist and Laundcrcr. R. C. Harduick, Jewelry, Novelties, Drugs, X inns Goods. Louisville Dental Parlors, Good Set of Teeth for $5. Warfield & West Shoe Co., (Incorornted) Shoes Eqclusively. THEATRE TALK NO. 2. AMONG THE IMPORTANT Creates Unusual Interest IS SAID TO BE ONE OF INTENSE HUMAN INTEREST and is never suggestive...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 2 January 1908

' I 1 (?' H? . CHAPFI Hill Wc can't close 1007 without thanking our corps of correspondents one and all, and bespeak your continued co-operation through the year wc are about to enter. Miss Pearl Hill is the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. K. Cnder, of Marion, last week. A very nice Xtnns supper was given by by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hill to the young people of Chapel Hill and it was well attended and was enjoyed by all. l'ruitt Adams and sister Ms Nellie, spent Xuias with thoir .unit Mrs. Forest Oliver, of Francis. Misses lleba and Graoic Hill were the guest of Miss ltuby IJigham last week. W. W. Ward and family, of this place, visited J. T. Uigham and family, of Crayne, Saturday night and Sunday. J. X. Hill and family, of Urayuo, visited David Vandcll and family of this place Sunday. Mrs. G. 15. Paughtroy, of Mo., is viitinc her old friouds in Chapel Hill this week. Corry Minucr has purchased a new organ. "Hurrah for you Corry!" The Chapol Hill boys are about all done stripping tobacco a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 9 January 1908

eHBS .-" VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. JANUARY 9, 1908. NUMBER 31 CRITTENDEN CHAPTER Royal Arch Masons Give Banquet Wednesday Evening, Jan. 1st. Wednesday overling, Jan. let, Crittenden Chapter, No. 70, Royal Arch Masons gave a banquet in tho Stcgar building on Main street in Marion. This event followed close upon a biniilar a Hair given in the place the night before by the Woodmen of tho World. The feast of good things oflorcd by the Masons was very elaborate. The menu, headed out with "There:! a gudc time coming" held up its reputation to tho ond. Opening the interesting ovont with oysters tho pace was held until the final rouudtn of pumpkin pio and ice cream. Plates wfro provided for eighty-two people, but all those invited could not attend. Tho members of Crittenden Chap tor arc not all residents of Marion and many of them found it to attend. Crittenden Chapter i composed of about fifty members which together with one invited member of tho family would make 100. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 9 January 1908

& . W"1 ri. i?i L & '' - ..n2MS2 iiTiitmm mi 7riM7r"naimiioi.vrmir,iiiin ' KjNft FV'&!1tW1mv iriisH" y..- yg.jig) i ALL WET THE SAME END Any One Who Has Been There Wll! Realize Truth of Hotel Man'a Observation. L. V. JInrkncss, the Standard -Oil magnate of New York, was complimented nt a recent banquet upon the tremendous earnings of his company. "But at this season," said .Mr. JInrkncss "the earnings of the sea side hotel man seem to me much more impressive. With their hotel's closed out till next June, our seaside hotel men are starting, with maul nnd valets and couriers and enormous letters of credit, for the Riviera and Sicily and Kgypt traveling veritably like princes. "It nil reminds me of a rich hotel man 1 once met at Atlantic City. "'Splendid surf you have here,' said . 'He smiled complacently. 'ies,' he answered, 'like every body else here, the waves reach our town in great stylo, but they all go nway broke" NEW PENNSYLVANIA INDUSTRY. Paul Firman has bought a t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 9 January 1908

m .'P! J'-U All the World Is 5 stKS, ?"d Nal'ard'a Snow Liniment plays a mont prominent part. It has no superior for Rheumatism, stiff joints, cuts, sprains and all pains. Buy it, try it and you will always uso It. Anybody who has used Ballard's Snow Liniment is n living proof of what it does. Buy a trial bottle. 25e, 50c and $1.00 Sold by Jn.s. II. Orme. Cough Caution NoTor.poaltlTolrnoTcr poison rourlutiB. Hjron epuh oyoii from a slmpln colaonlr roiuliould always heal, sooth, antl raso tlio lrrlUUl broil, ohlal tulioa. Don't Mindly tuppruM It with a atupof jlni poIkiii. Iff strango how nnn things finally como about. For twenty years Dr. Shoop bas ootutatUly warned people not to toko cough mlxtarea or prescrlpUons containing Opium, Chloroform, or similar poisons. And now n llttla lata though Comrpni Mil "Putltctt the label, if poisons are In your Couth Mlituro." Quodl VtrrfoodlllIoraftirforthliTerTrpatoiitnotlienL and other, should Intif ton bavins Dr. Hlioopa Couth Curs. No poison...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 9 January 1908

I 1 m v i I'-; I tv BSWBri1 JyJfw' . ' ' ' f MW Si SS3JjBfflE&tftSMmr 4t 4 TKaffix l-J, u fy Xi (ZttXtvUva. $. M,rGfS 54r 4 ?r. t4M, TMN Of MTM(4U f mm i Mrw aMm w4 r von kt4 t44't TftUJIHOAr. .AX. , !0-. The Kanto ol Crittenden Couniy. (MM til rfjr ibfW! MOHikt, iHl oft nr if rNirfi, at nth Iiidm a tli mj ittumhn, thM re port iMHat b nirjKl ad to t7 (ho pril0Nt, ri twfimtl or unA "! ! a 1 t thrw di roftUru, iid iltsniki re;orl it 70jirwJ U; ho (iublid In wiih f j 1 in lim couritj having lh hr fMl brruflr: ei ru I a lion tltorin. Tii!; Soorota ry of Ktatc hai rllgl tijHiri thii vrloua hankn to umIo an 'J jMhlin!i rojorU of tlioir ooriditiMn at I ho tfloio of fiUAirjuKH, D;ofnhor '1, 11107, and in oomjilianoo with tht law tho rartoiJM hankn doin hunmunA In Ihla oourity haro tliulr rofiortw pohllahod in thiM Inniiu of oor oajiur Trioae roporU ahow uuh ;m ox col loot condition of our hank that wo 0n not rofraln from ooiniiontinj up on It. It hat hcon tho improislon upon tho parL of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 9 January 1908

1BQk mmmmmm(mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmma& U2r vicrTrwfl , . ... ' 'v;' J ;.' " '"--l. .'--,: ' Ji."-,-.T -i.'i-Vir .-".... & k-.i ii 'u'' ki fcv kv'U" ik ta u. ; '& - VTl You Save Money when You Buy Quality TS & We make Quality a special feature throughout our entire stock and in many articles will sell them for less money than you pay elsewhere for inferior grades. Its money saved to buy the Best. Now is the Time To get some real bargains in Suits and Overcoats. We intend to close out our stock of Overcoats and Suits To make room for our Spring Line ! If you want a real bargain you can find it here. So don't wait. New Spring GINGHAMS The real winter weather is yet to come, and you will find genuine bargains throughont our entire line of Dress Goods We intend in the next thirty days to close out all winter Dress Goods and you will find it to your interest to get our prices on the line before you buy. You will save good money by doing so. Mrs. C. A. Williams and littlo daught...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 9 January 1908

WW" ?' " vs!S!55 h if 2 lag--. 7 IF m s cattle. - - v. . , w..,.,. - f yiwtoii m,u. imwMj.yiim?lih wtn4rieiftfijiiMsi wr, tfyui .. ww .w - I . ft 7-vi V 5?(WP(i!srwpBr0 ' V- 4444444444044440404 apid changes of temperature are hard on the toughest constitution. The conductor passing from the heated inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature of the platform the canvasser spending an hour or so in a heated building and then walking against a biting wind know the difficulty of avoiding cold. Scott' j? Emulsion strengthens the body so that it can better withstand the danger of cold from changes of temperature. It will help you to avoid taking cold. ALL DRUCCISTS: 50c. AND SI. 00. g.64444$0e444464H4& RIGID INSPECTION Ot Cows Advocated by Slate Veterinarian Eisenman. Dr. Frank T. Kiouuian. State Veterinarian, to-day transmitted to Dr. .1. N. McUormack, of Hon Hug Green, his annual report of work ac complished under III- supervision. In this, he takes up at longth the matters' which...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 9 January 1908

' - A ' - V,T nt H?f" '-'' . f Come Take a Trip To Hopkinsvillc Ky. And Learn Its Trading Advantages at No Expense. R. R. Fares Refunded Continuously from December 1, 1907 to March 1, 1908. Members Of the Association, all ol Whom Cordially Invite yoiu. J. H. Anderson & Co., Dry Coeds, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery, Carpets, l.adica Garments. Anderson Fowler Drug Co., (Incorporated) Holiday Novolitios, Drugs and School Hooka. Bank of Hopkinsvillc, ( apital $100,000; Surplus f.lo.000. Bnssctt & Co., Dry Goods, Men's I'liniishings, Ladies (artnents, Men's SuiU, Slides. Cook&lligins,' Drugs, Holiday Novelties, Kancy Can dies. ! City Bonk. Capital JGO.000; Surplus $70,000. T. L. Mctcalc, Florist ami I.aundercr. R. C. Harduick, Jewelry, Novelties, Drugs, Xmas Goods. Louisville Dental Parlors, Good Set of Teeth for $5. Warficld & West Shoe Co., (Incorjorated) Shoes Inclusively. Will Double Capacity. K K. Kevil, engineer for the Nevada California Cower company, has u.plcti'1 th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 9 January 1908

BK 44 S I .. 1 h'l'"I"II!i..iut4.4.4,4,4.4,4.4.4.4.4,4,4,,4t4,4.4.4,,...,t,4.444.4.4H YOU GET THE BENEFIT i ,? Of Our Experience in Buying. There is Only One BEST. The So- J Called "Just As Good" Are All Substitutes. We handle the best Cook Stoves made in the United States and the United States furnishes the best in the world. This stove has a name and there is none other that has the same. Call for, look for and you'll buy The Star Leader. to attend the spring terra of Marinn snhonl. '"" ... in order to M. I?j;fyierds up to the high "c"st degree of health. Thi ' be introduced into ' , , : 1 , ., , ..es nah a new baby girl of tlw k - . . ... at his home. She has been christened Edna. Little Miss Dulcie Hurst visited her pmisin. Mav SiuiDSon. last week. Mrs. Bird Bargcrand little daughter. Inez, visited her father, J. II. Robinson, Thursday. Stella Robinson was the guest of Miss Gwendolyn Ford Sunday. Mrs. Ira Clark visited her daughter, Mrs. Maude Fritts, Sunday. Guy Hodge, of Glcnd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 16 January 1908

$$jmj?fisft. tillmhm fatmfa tt$& VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. JANUARY 16, 1908. NUMBER 32 tuti ai kiu mum Reached Brazilian Capitol Sunday, 15 Days Out From Port ot Spain. itio .Janeiro, Jan. lit. The Hcct of sixteen battleships the port of'Kio .Janeiro at clock Sunday afternoon, after a j assagc from port of Spain, of more than II, 000 miles, un arrcd by serious accidents and i nding with a royal welcome from thousands that had gathorud to greet 'if visitors. " The lieot weighed anchor at 1 Jock on the afternoon of December ' at Port of Spain, and exactly at I clock Sunday the vessels were Ringing their anchors in this rautiful harbor. All of the battle- tl.ips are here, but the supply ships ilgoa and Glacier are still at sea, l being able to keep up with the hers The fleet ban now covered about 4,1100, about a third of the uiUncc of the voyage to San Thoiikauds of curious spectators took points of vantage on the roofs f public buildings and elevated liays to w...

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