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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 May 1906

r rmatlon. f chance in t Ufa X of auccesa, and Tared in Misaourl, lann, tl) throe, id timber ituton, jurclmHt'J at from each year, in cot- curie, fruit and arm from alfalfa let have proven a crops each year or 15 ocr ton on local lluiinel. All that Jic ioniPnekr or f tho aituution er nntry apeak for It ami thirJ Tuea kuineaeokera' tick ito of one faro plua Four daily traini o reclinintC chair i twill furnish frea r an I further In- v our wonder ful OWSSKSK. an I Ti.Vt Atf.-nt, Mountain lloiite, 1 St. M The Fashions of the Day BOATS. t jh and Cairo Lice. im, J'M- Fowler an J ,.,.l.-r. i 4l:t. I M nt . (us p a I j " 4 00 a a 7 " i oa a - . .! 1 " . I . ... r,rvll HJ t V 4 !. al I pMwniH f h ,:ik. w l.4a rl 1 kl. K U tv K. kr Southwest Oilers Ccsl Gppnrtciilllcs For Sccurlno Humes. Many farmer, in the Noitl.ern an J Eaatern atatoa are Hollin their hik'h priced land and locating in the Koutliweat. Many who luivc been un able to own their hnmea in tho older country arc liuyiii"; hind in ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 18 May 1906

P.CT r,.l I Of Al iVFUK The Continued Story LUWlL llLTIJ of Current Events Fredonia and Kelsey. The Designer 50c ncr year. W. C. Glonn, Agent. A. S. Threlkcld's brother, Thomas, of Hampton, was visiting him the first of the week and they went over to Ed - dyville Tuesday to take a look at the penitentiary. "llurro Jap," never crack V'' C men's shoes and oxfords the biggest line of shoes for men $1.50 to $t.iKi. Sam Howert n. Rev. B. W. Morehead, of Princeton, preached morning and evening at the Baptist church Sunday. All solid leather soles, heeUanJ coun ter ladies' kid oxfords $1.00 the pair. Sam Howerton. Some farmers have not finished corn planting. Lots of tobacco plants needing trars planting. We get all the new things fast as they come out. Sam Howerton. Sunday school picnics here 24 and 2o of this month. A pleasant time is an ticipated. C. S. Jackson, who was badly hurt last week by a heavy loaded wagon running over him seems to be doing well but not yet past the danger point...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 May 1906

V Tile Wf tttodett Itajf 4 I. ) MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., MAY 25, 1906. VOLUME 2. NUMBER 46 ! GAKFIELD A MUCK RAKER Shows Himself an Expert in This Line. RUE BILL PASSES SENATE i:r Nm I rum the National Capital as Seen by Our Correspondent. In- in forced t" uy the same freight cm the return of his barrel if tie in not ill. Ic Vt m il them lit tin end f tin run, mi t hut tin discrimination in freight charge ri'iilly amount to per cent, i m this account alone. The reply of tlir Standard olliciaU is tluit tin- i mall producer should own hi own tank curs as tin Standard doe. I?nt if Ik- doc lie very aooii limit that tin- railroad ha v way of landing In cars m San tr'miti'in'o when In' wants them in New York. - on - Much more limn usual interest has been utt ached to tin- n ting here tlnn week or III rvatmnai lauori mr tin- Study and Prevention of Tula-rcu-lotii Tlim association resulted from tin- it iiritrni-nt of tin- commii.ioii I')' the president to impure into the i.ul.ji ct n...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 May 1906

Professional anOusiness Directory Professional and Business Men Who Deserve Your Patronage. Hina Hardware Co. Everything in Hardware SOLE AGENTS POR American Field Fence The Cah Store. THE LOUISVILLE Bargain Store Clothing, Cents' Furnishing Goods and Shoes FULL LINE OF TRUNKS Salem St. L Berlin, Prop. CHAMPION & CHAMPION Will cotirta collections. Clarion, LAWYERS do a general practice in all t ronipt attention given to Kentucky F. W. NUNN Dentist Of fk t Rooms 2 and 4 Jenkins Building. MARION, IW Dr. M. Ravdin Practice Limited to Diseases Befcctsol the Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Suits 16 and 17 Arcade Building Classes ritted. CVAMSVILLt, INDIANA CARL HENDERSON Attorney at Law Will practice in all Civil Caae. MARION', - . KENTUCKY Harris 4 ShopbeH ARCHITECTS Plan prepared for both public and private buildings. Correspondence solicited. rvansvlllc, . . Indiana. ETZ & SEDBERRY, Barbers. hree tnairs, Bafh Room Hot or Cold Bath. RANKIN & PICKENS. General Family Groceries, C...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 May 1906

V TWICE-TOLD TESTIMONY. a. Woman Who Has Suffered Teilt ,, to Una lienei. Tl. thouHuixld of women who U.had.e, laUKUur, urinary dlnii'r una oiimi ! 11 In. will Oni oiu- fort In tbe word of Mm. Juno Kur rell, of COC Ocean Ave . Jersey City, N. J., who eaya: "I reiterate a I I liavH auld before In prabo of Donn'f Kidney I'M. I had l. . I.....L -K-llA ini . .nt- Mil lie... T Win n - - Drt-Il in. .., r.-n.-ral health wa uff-Hte,! when . . ,i.. ihem. Mr feet were . .,,:: .ii in v even puffed, ant ulr.r.y ifi ueie freouetit. Kidney action i,,,;i:r.r and secretion high- i. , ,,i,,r-l. T 'lar. however. I am a .1 Vo'll.in, nll'l I rn roiinuem mm It ...... i; , HiV 11 II IH"" liin-.w keeping III" wen c..i.i i,v nil dealer f.n rent a box. Vtcr M. Ilium Co. Uuflalo, N. Y. SYMPTOMATIC OF SPRING. Xri,.n ih Awfully Tired Kan HI l:.: i ta the Water for Tul w;t'i the fob. fife FEEDING THE FIVE THOUSAND SuiJay Schoal Lets lor Msy27,lM6 Strtdtllr Prepared for Thle Paper. Memory try il'r; the nun ti ee...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 May 1906

V ii f 'I I, 1 the Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Entered as second-class matter July 15, 1KU, at Us postoffice at Morion. Ky.. under Act of Con- of March 8, 1879. FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1906. The Sultan would feel slighted if the postman did not bring him a few ulti matums in every mail. The Standurd Oil company has start ed a press bureau but there is no show for Lincoln Stettin in it. 81 A KENTUCKIAN Mr. B. M. Wllborn Writes Some Very Interesting Things About "Sunny Tennessee." Would'nt it be simply awful, if after the rate bill is passed and signed, some Senator should suddenly think of some thing he left unsaid? It was impossible for the Ferris wneel to stand around and look inter ested while waiting for another city to go broke on a World's fair. People who are wondering why the price of glass went up so soon after the San Francisco earthquake, would Have trouble seeing through anything The festivities at t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 May 1906

t-v t: , ! c of ! r RECORDS. Dent int. j,,,,, spent Sunday in 1 j, Ppnt Suniliiy in t Sum! iy I'nion- jugenhcim spent Ami- ,, Wc l,,,n went t'i ,,f Cr ivncville. J..'.. ).. H li,l f ,l, i '.it Kl. 1. .1 i r i - - I l- - " Jl'. .i I I'm J. 0f 'I, MV'TH Were , M iii ii, ( '. I'. church I i ry lit ' M ilh.ill to , ' llll I t tf I .tM'l- :..ibl..y t, K ii.iiniir Hi r . w-r. at Fori. land. p. I.iiiii, I? Mr- IS of l.mngaton r. i lug he i,f Caldwell emm- n. ii.iIii-k it Sick Headache Wlicn your head aches, tlicre Is a storm in tlie nervous sys tem, centering in the brain. This irritation produces pain In the head, and the turbulent nerve current sent to the stom ach causes nausea, vomiting. This is sick headache, and I dangerous, as frcmnt and prolonged att.u ks weaken the brain, resulting in loss of memory, inllammation, epi lepsy, fits, dizziness, etc. Allay this stormy, irritated, nching condition by taking lr. Miles' Anti-1'ain Tills. They (-!; the pain by mx'.1i ng. strengthening and...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 May 1906

The Crittenden Record rriii.isiiKi) vi'.i:ki.y. MAKION. : : : KF.NTL'CKY. The Transvaal mines yielded $104. DOO.000 worth of gold for the year 1905. There Is hardly a king In Christen Bora to-day whose wife does not over top him by a head. In machinery, blR or little, Ameri cans stand at the head ot the cIusb; In Industrial chemistry they are at the foot of the class. The right hand, althounh more son attive to the touch than the left, U less sensitive than the latter to the fleet of heat or cold. But will all the profits there are to be deprived from It, you won't supine for a moment, do you, that the sugar trust would permit the fruit crop to fall? If a pan of siloed raw onions '.i placed In a room In which there In diphtheria, they will absorb the pol teon and prevent the dlmtise from aproading. Tha onions should be re newed every day. A bow-logged man usually punses'c more than ordinary strength. Why J Because his legs, in supporting great weight, bend In one direction only, fce...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 May 1906

jasOTSsmMss Tulle iivMilHneryandNeckwear :e t Davidson. ( jtc Styles Jcrns of to.Non. ,d Trimmer. i to thank my jd and cuh f the kind 'during last wish to Kiiy ill htrive to same aain. fig n 5" jj .l.at 2 lIllW arutx) Tt'iiiu. i5 - Once bruIii 111 tiHton bow uhicck fair woman ; thin Ilnio tin y him worn ut I In- front, Hie (lion Ht thn hark ut terly out . More Imjwh of wlilln have ml llOllrl'tJ HO liir, lull III" iw-unwu may pi Ht-in ly hiiow me variety mm in Knl a couple of yuirn Inn k. In millinery mill' In nwl Kr-at KvimiIiik IihIh f -pi-clally are thiiH adorned, ami a very uiircijiri utn l I in lit I UK II make. An ol.l roe volli' continue wit liilrly Hicn wo n with an all white lint, whom- only tilmniliiK aw observed from llio liak was a ureal none of wliltn tulle. ov I iik tin' wM' liiiinbau anil full In n wi ll over tli lialr. Whin the wiarer yill find me thi taon within the cot ;e roomt adjoining the New Marion Hotel, requested to call and ee my new Spring fore buying. A vei...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 25 May 1906

WILL SING AT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. tu'c unnnriMr nriD The Continued Story of Current Events 1 ( LOCAL NEWS Fredonia and Kelsey. i Summer i-mis. , Sam Howerton. George Peek cut Jake Smith on the head with a hoe last week making an ucdy wound. did Maxwell, Sam VVatxm, N. B. Towery, Dick Crow' a"d Henry Rice went to Princeton Monday. Mrs. Lillie Keller, of Louisville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sam Howerton. Roliert Morgan and his married sis - ters. of Princeton, were visiting r-la- tives here Sunday. S.C. McF-lroy. of New Bethel, shopping in Kelsey Monday. High Art men and hoy's suits $10 to $l.'i. Sam Howerton. Albert Wheeler and sister. Miss Li- lah, of Mt. Vernon. Ills., are visiting j their brother, Jack Wheeler and family, j Dr. J. N. Todd had a tine horse to Ret a leg broken Monday. , Prof, and Mr. Brewer. Misses Per- tie and Imogene Wigginton and Dr. , Kobert Farri went over to the lake fishing Monday. Dr. and Mrs. Neville, of Paducah. ' were visiting Ed Kice and family Sun-...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 1 June 1906

he MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., JUNE 1, 1906. tit 2. NUMBER 47 FLAGRATION DYCUSBLRG i i is Runs Well into the j Thousands. in other the ground upheaved, making u ridge across tin- Hi rod. In some place the street car rails wore bent up t ai. or Uir'' feet, Hhowinjf the. raith hud been upheaved and settled bark, leaving tin- riiilM bent. You may have read of the iht rui-t ion of the Hotel VINDICATED PARTLY IN HUNS. irted In a Duelling and Sturc Idlmj and Rapidly Spread I over the Town. :f i BISIMSS PAUT ISCAPID. i O'cl" k "fi the morning f May 1 fire Ktr1til in the dwelling ami uil.l.i .g of Mrs. J. !l. Clifton at lUTg and by the time the flame : tr.t tl.t ir fury iinte a -rl s n of tn wa- destroyed m hit h included ,'J II Clifton, store building ami' l t'ii i., t' !.' i warehouse. S II aii ! , residence. ir.gton, residence. I 5 ,M;Mit'i,t. residence. ! e A I'i.it. ri grocery t.k. J. 1 .. : t . !!. tiire l- ii :lit g. 3T,i r A t .iM pliell. st.sk tif goods. ' lpr..rty w partly cov...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 1 June 1906

A FAMOUS MEIEORIfE WILLAMETTE "IRON" PRESENT ED TO GOTHAM MUSEUM. The Gift of Mrs. William E. Dodge, wno Purchased It at ft Cost Snid to Exceed $20,000 Is Fifth of Collection. rew lork.-To some people nrt the rope nnd from America are exmvted one thn Amitil..n xi ....... . ... i.- . globe the American Museum of Natural uiMory would represent a shrltio of " ui I "iiw am annum nine I'l I'nme great importance, and the ponderous are the crown prluc? ami princess of IruM ..-1,1. .1. ....... ... 9 .l .. . ... . 1 truck which transported tho other day the famous Wllllamette meteorite Horn the river front to the museum chariot of the god.!. With the addl tlim of the 15-ton Wlllamitte meteorite, or 'iron," the museum will lie able to establish Its ball of rosmiieiiny and present to the view of the public tb uiii-m coin'cuun of meteorites ever Placed on exhibition, hi all aes and lanJs these masses of metal, which have oome hurtlliiR from the skies, ac io.npr.nied by matn fliout nvroterhnl ca...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 1 June 1906

. tf I t mm ) A COOD ROAD? by Edward K. Parkin s' Comniriit by Editor JJtl y Orlltlrlllllll. loads t hat hate ever been tboM' mimtiurteil by the , or Aft"-' u centuries ago, are lo I ii y alumni perfnt I tt Init roada should be. I bl a width of 'M fuel, Ul cf heavy ntoiii at the I oft' ii "lie r mure Inyete dr.! In r. meiit to milk the jfoif. Tbr two ml aliow types nf iiib'Dt Human i 40 r k that "I'll roads ' ton m i' Ii t biill.l In lhee :fc k To Ih ur the I i. ul I txi eiiormouiily t He filial rol would, on tin I. 1-e nun h h- the Koitinn roads r l.On: in I are .till In fair con 1ri:i Kiiy, fir I lit- anke of thut a modern inaeadam tart I'D yeats without bar ati'imlvrty r I'klrr t . at the 4 time, however, the roa 1 M N- ruMl' iilly r--nntriirt tn the ei'riit of ha.f the It S a n.w rai will be 1 1 1' II' l N ll All. II !: I f- r rrty l yrsrs f In I i ' o y an. the a,:r nf the It- nutn r-a!. we !,:!,,, I pn i l t . i i r f1' p i-r r ii ; l'-1 M. it a inl i f It .n.ati j 'd i ! I 1 ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 1 June 1906

Cl)c Crittenden Record ' were nrriinRcd rcferi-m- to j me Mumiaru I'll rmnerii-s. A cum ! modity rate would he made for them that would carry their oil into the most desirable markets and take it ISSUED WEELY. WARN II! JAS. E. CHITTENDEN, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enteral aa twcond-clasa matter July 15, law. at th poatoffice at Marion. X, under ot of Con. of March 3, 1S79. FRIDAYV3SAT2340(;. The farmers would appreciate a short session with the rain maker. !Ahout the time the Democrats elect a president, Walter Welhnan will prob ably find the North 1'ole. from 1 k to Sikj miles further at the same expense than if it had come from an independent refinery. At the same time the commoditon rate was so arrang ed as to take the Standard Oil products into the best markets at a low cost while the independent refineries were never so situated as to be uble to call any market their own if it lav outside of wairon distance from their- nu i w in laKe pieaure in doo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 1 June 1906

1 r i v J. !:. Ol- 11 E RECORDS. orris. I enlist. U in Kr-lfinin Si tunmy. iy Hn-nt Sunday in ;d,m was in Kvansville orrn spent Sunday in !" per piii'kui; at inTl'lall, went tn i if You Must Sleep. SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. t, ill. it; spent S..I ir lay and MI ill:. r it -.n'k ..r Ji per Vim It ". .f. ir.i-r i-.lt-l h'T par v Kr..l.. i.-"iii. i.f l::.i Kf"rl, in turday on iiij-iri--.. ' m pi "f S.k-.t..ii, Mk , of f i.illn-. )t) I ri i Him w.i. tin- m--t lilt' S ali'l.lV Jul, n-.. ill and i)m I.Jr .fi. .f ', tv M-ltllltf I" ''"' ii. nf T'lln. as '!. nu.-.i .On the t'i r -. t i'f the w .!.. Irs Ccre Stone visited It-fin. of Kutt. S'a'.irday. CiiM tnl. r i rt t Sun. lay it, i.-l i f Mi.s F-dna ( ! (T i iititnr Lis ml.T. A K i'h:. t Memphis, Ti-mi. Ur I'crrynun iitis) rda itii'n ("lapel Saturlay and .... ... . !!., .,.,.. W U due to an Iiyvirtu.M.r taxes .lueinecoumyo, irritate! or congested state of Crittenden ami Jan. W. Lamh cx- tlie lirain wliich will soon ! ' "'"'"'". amounting to...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 1 June 1906

SHIP SINKS n The Crittenden Record SUSPICIOUS CHARACTER. STATE NEWS PICK-UPS PI lll.lSlir.l) WKKKI.Y. WHEELMAN KTAVj v$- MAKION. KKNTl'l'KY. Violated Confidence. No one who follows the news of the day cr reads political and diplomatic history ran fail to note the frequent unpleasant situations whlih arise from violated tontlilenre. Sometimes H is the siKiken word which is made public without authority, but more often It Is a letter, says Youth's Com panion. The most careful writer, if he have thoughtless or unscrupulous correspondents, may find himself thus suddenly embarrassed. Nor Is it a sufficient answer to say that It serves him right; that he ought never to put his opinions on paper If he Is unwill ing that they should become known. A public man may often say as a private citizen what propriety would not allow him to say In his official capacity. The fault lies In a funda mental misconception of the nature of a letter. Kvery letter not espe. Lil ly addressed to the public shou...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 1 June 1906

e 3 Information. is one chance In a llf e point of succeM, and f Is offered in Missouri, Louisiana, tlio three jal and timber atiiteB, I bo purchased at from t acre each yeur, in cot- ,' iUh'Uf c"e ruit io returni from alfalfa I dititrirt have proven a Psix crops each year or re at $15 per ton on local at is cluimed. All that I for the hrni'!eeker or jk over the nituutin per country neiiki for tlii) first and third Tuca Bolilh .homcieekcrs' tick J at rate of ono fare plua M trip. Four duily truini a. Free reclining chuil Bd we will furnmh free teraturo and further In- wardimr our wonderful a " f t (". ToWNSKSI). Jenifer and Ticket Agent, j (run M.iulitain Kouto, i SU Louis. Mo. CHEAPER FARM LANDS Modest Gsay In High Fashion I fadticah and Cairo Line. J ll.pkirn, Joe Fowler and l'uk rowli-r. 1IHKI AIU. if ...'t SurvU? t ns I " " (. uu p ia ,j " " Mil t , " " lVa j " i m I -A a si " . .... tin ' eili f 4 I'a.ra iill hitn s j (al ! ;l MI;U rMhtff ay n:l I further ta lk t., W II W..l.n....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 1 June 1906

IEOXK31 ree Railroad Fares THE "DODGING PERIOD o( a v tr.an's life. Is the name clten given to the 'Vh-ji Your n.r.".ses ctne at Ung Intervals, and grow n-a;i; ,..'' EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR TO st p Some Vvii.en st:p suJJenly. The entire tj.i: (, 1 or la:r ye-rs, ar.i It Is the cause of much p.n EVANSViLLE AND RETURN By the Evansville Merchants' Rebate Association THE PLAN h;ch c:i. hvever, be cured, by taking WINE OF Woman's Relief TT-1 H L!a CAiiDU '"l'ty miles fi thi- .K'iv!i:ir ni'l-ti: :' nil-: If 1 1 1 1 I ic'm' i't ;i ii ( 1 1 i .-tr.Tt !',.r 1 On art A nfUr Tne,.li 1 "It In liuu! .,.,. I ..; n i t e . ....iv.m iin, I..,.,,, i;v iwuini-ii 1 1 j luiiiuaii liiif i nun any town wiinin a radius ol ville, Inri.. will bo lvfunded to each individual mirvhasrr nf $2.") or more from anv or nil the momlwr ..f Association. In case the purchases are les-; than the M..n-h:int' l?..l.nt.. A J,u-;-.t ,. ;n .1 . mile for each $1 purchase, buy no refund will be made for less than $." purchases. ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 8 June 1906

trnt LUME 2. 5SIP AT T 1 s Paramount at The ! National Capital. UP IX THE KflilSE Jdye Amendment to Agricultural Clll Temporarily Clogged I Id (be Bouse. IK IHIPPINU POST Bill SUICIDE. 1 mgton, D. C, Jun 4. Tsmpo t lout the ttcveridge Amend ,t.i th Agricultural Appropriation j Iwn held up in th House. j-nswhoeatS meat and B good i oK. Ho not know bv this tim tf e Kevcridge Amendment U th ).d legislation which Ut loos 'a itorm when It u suggested to government inspector in all of lacking and interstate slaughter p owing to th degracrful filth Jrsanitary condition recently di K'l in O i ago. Th most deplor (;tc of affair was discovered i-h pers-snal commission eent ry th ('resident Th Beveridg Uroent In consequence m put as tr ..r he Agricultural ApproirU I: I!. Th 1'resr.lctit threatened u ih the whol report that had i to lum if ther Wa art attempt Vk th l.f islation, but the tt7 )M and th papers of th country aw.,-,) tn print columns about the ' that th nkfn, feeling i I tl, worst h...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 8 June 1906

UPTON SINCLAIR STRIKES BACK Author of "The Jungle" faces Trlnce of Packets With Awful Array of Facts Calculated to Destroy the Infamous Industry. In a recent Issue of the Saturday Evening rost Mr. J. Ogden Armour tnakeg the assertion that the govern anent Inspection of the beef trust laughter-houses U an Impregnable all protecting the public from im pure meat, and that not an atom of diseased meat finds Its way Into 1h products of the Armours. Mr. Up ton Sinclair, author of 'The Jungle" a terrtflc statement of parking house conditions), studied the meat Industry for two years. Including much time pent in the Chicago stockyards as a workman; he Is the best equipped utslde authority on stockyard condl tlons. In Everybody's Magazlno for Way Mr. Sinclair mnkea a startling nd convincing answer to Mr. Ar- tnour'e assertion. Commencing with the statement that J. Ogden Armour Is the absolute and not the nominal fcead of the great packing house In dustry which bears his name Mr. Sin clair sa...

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