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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 December 1898

t J n j w 1 t A r 21 - 1 a All doctors told Itenick Hamilton Wcat Jefleraon O after sulleriug hs from Ilectal Fistula he lie unlees a costly operation fY formed but he cured himself m re boxes of Bucklens Arnica I jV 1 m a tf MaJBi L 1 W 1 1 vv I was taken with a A short tlrao ago mere Attack of bronchitis nnd neither phy n iris nor In d tair 4 feiicas Greatest i medicine is I foods Sarsaparilla Which absolutely Cures every form of Impure blood from The pimple on your Face to the great Scrofula sore which Drains your system Thousands of people Testify that Hoods Sarsaparilla cures Scrofula Salt Rheum Dyspepsia Malaria Catarrh Rheumatism And That Tired Feeling Remember this And get floods And only Hoods CIIAPfcUIILL Mr George Summers of Harri9 burg II m visiting in Uils neigh borhood W H Uigham filled his icehouse Thursday Sam Daniels is in this vicinity Sain will come back to sec his girl A library han been added fo our school nnd judging from observa tion will say that it is a good...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 January 1899

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Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 January 1899

u C i oirx TKAH Who roads u t ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher OKI DOLLAg said anything about good At thia stago of tho light it seems to bo tho field against Goobel for gov ernor There are no Spaniards in Cuba Bin and it might bo added that there ara no Cubans in Spain The Cubans can have their jublleo wbcn tho Americans evacuate their ountry but when will that be Tho war inveaitigatiun committeo didnt even stop for Christmas Per haps it will mod up in time for a to t by next Christmas With one or two exceptions the sheriff of every county in the State has etttlcd with the auditor Tho tr tal amountjof taxes paid in is 82903 02828 Tho people of Mayfield have load ed their guns for blind tigers A good movement and if we had Any in Marion a similar fight might bo apropos The seed the czar was sowing a few months ago hoping for a harvest in tho form of a peaco confarence and disarmament fell upon stony ground in this country WatterBon is is Buegcsting mongrel tickets for both parties...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 January 1899

fc w mx R C Walker Publisher LocftL BKeumes Hanks Januury 9tn You can got cash for all produco at Schwabs Mrs W B Yandell baa been quito sick eovcrnl days Last vcar 180 car loads of live stook wero shipped irom Marion J P Piorco was in Louiavlllo and Indianapolis tho firet of tho week County Attornoy J B Kevil Innjfi acted legal business in Blackford Tues day Charlie Wilson will put up a pair of large scales on his lot near tho rail h road The beat of graham flour rondo at the Bigham Boiler Mill M A Wing A W Hawks the laughing phil osopher at opera houBO Monday Jan uary 9 School begins again Monday and the outlook is promising for a large number of boarding pupils Get hungry quick and get a line clock or handsome picture before Feb 1 by buying your groceries at Schwabs Will deliver anything in my line anywhero in tern Your orders sol icited M A Wing Be sure to briDg in vll your tickets by Feb 1 No more will be given out after that date Schwab Last week Bozeman Bros bought a good dea...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 January 1899

1 9 1 r - ttmmidmm PEOPLE WE KNOW Will Clifton returned to Louievillo Init week Ed Gray left for Louisville the iirt of the week J 0 Hourland spent Saturday and Sunday in Evansville Mr A J Pyjkenn and family loft for Frankfort Friday Chester Grissom f Livingston c unty was in town Friday E It Doles family wero visiting friends in Lyon tounty laBt week Fruuk Taylor and family of Salem spent some days in town last week Mr Ben Jeter of Marion 111 was the guest of friends hero last week Mr Joe Hays spent the holidays with his father at Rock Springs Ga Mr V D Crowell spent a few d T8 last week with relatives in Bells Mines MiBS Dora Clement is spending this week in Corydon tho guest of Miss Pasey Aton Mr W H Copher wont to Mar ion 111 Friday to spend a fow days with relatives Mrs Grant Bueg of Fredonia spont some days with frsends in Mar ion last week Mrs N W Bryan andchildron cf Corydon wero visiting friends in Ma rion last week Mr Bad Clement of Livingston county was the guest of his h...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 January 1899

FINEST TABLETS SGH00L SUPPME TO BE FOUND AT Ormes Drugstore VOLUME 20 GOOD ROADS OJiio Reasons raying InreatroenU te tko FarBtorg Will it pay tho farmers in dollars and centa to improvo the roads of tho county is a question that is worthy of consideration and careful study The question ofgqqd roads is second to none in iraportanco to tho larmer iTbit trood roads have a money value to farmers will be granted by every body That the monoy value tf Im proved highways is alone sufficient Jo justify tho cost of their construction wiH bo admitted by many farmers questioned by others and denied by a low in view of the financial ana pfXHfk maqy other advantages of good roads a rasjority of tho farmers of Daviets county doubtless favor their construe tion ns rapidly as practicable under some efficient economical and equita ble system of highway improvement and Judeo P Taylor who has made the matter of improved high ways a careful study ever since his in duction into tho office of county judge...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 January 1899

tf ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONE YEAR ONEDOLLA Roberts tho Mormon congressman might bo sent as ono of the visiting statesmen to inquire into tho necessi ties of tho Filipinos It transpires that Calvin S Brico was not a millionaire after all Ho left only a niggardly 600000 for his grown family to worry along with Notwithstanding the committee re ported in favor of appropriating no monov to continuo tho civil service c iraruiesion the lower branch of con giOM passed the bill providing for tho money and the countiy is Baved If Roberts the congressman with tfiree wives from Utah or from Utah with three wives dont tako his teat until the people of this country on ilnrp nnlvramv the Mrs Roberts will never fall out about whoso turn it is to patch tho abaft physiology of thn consolidated husband s trousers Gen Silence Broken Buckner is out in an elongated card in the 0 lurior Journal advocating expan sion He is probably talking for the delactation of tho three voters com prising th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 January 1899

k ii QEii fbws R C Walker Publisher L02ftL BReuiTies Faints 1 all kinds fur Bale av Olivon Tho best goods in all lines at J II Moisbs Yuu can get cash for all produce at Schwabs Seo what you can buy from Clement for 10 oenls VcKinntys celebrated bread for sale at Hearins Mr Bell Jainca has been sick fnr Jbe pant two weeks Go to J II MorseriorClothingJ Hate and Shoes Mrs Bell James add two fine young work mules last week FOR BALE Cow and calf at a bareain B F Walker Kev E BJBlackburn will preach at Mt Zion at 11 oclock on the fifth Sunday Rev Q M Burnett will preach at the C P church next Sunday morn ng and night Rev Ford will preach at the Chris tian church every lourth Sunday morning and night New line of quoensware at Cle ments cheaper than anywhere Mr J M Freeman wai in Brad ford Tenn last week to see his Bister Mrs Bulah Baker Mr H W Beard took charge as foreman of the rider section of the I J railroad Monday Eld Willis Browns family occu pies tne rooms on the second floor of th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 January 1899

b s COUNTY COURT ORDERS John Polk Finds Twenty Acres of Vacant Land On motion of John Polkit was or dered that ho bo permitted t6 appro priate 22 acres of vacdrit land in tho county he having paid thb 12 ccnti per acto T L Turelkdd was appointed and qualified as administrator of tho eetato of J II YandoW deceased JFrankConcer produced his com lnieaion as Juslico of tho Peace Mon day and took the oath of office Hunt Long On January 4 at tho residence of lue brides father Eld J 0 Long Miss Maude Lone und Mr Isaac Hunt uero united by tho writer in tbo holy bonds of wedlock In tho presenco of a number of friends Everything was tastily arranged in tho homo for tho pleasant yet sol emn affair the attendants wcro Mr Paul PariB and Miss Ella Swansey Appropnato musio was rendered Mr Jlaranoo Long acting as organist On tho day follewing a reception was given tho happy young couplo at tho home of tho groom a mother An excellent feast was spread and tho many friends present enjoyed the oc casio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 January 1899

n l i lc r Fl EST TABLETS SE HQOL SUPPLIES TO BE FOUND AT Ormes Drug Store VOLUME 20 v tho Iifo of that great organization if I can say or can do anything to keep it from forsaking tho great piinci plea and doctrinos in which alono it must live or bear no life 1 am to speak for my cDunty for its whole past and for Us whole future I am to speak to a people whoso fate is bound up in tho pro servalion of our groat doctrino of constitutional liberty T am to speak for tho doad soldier who eavo his life for liberty that his death might set a seal upon bit countys historic glory I am to speak for tho Kcpub lican part all of whoso great tradi tions arc at stake and all of whoso great achievements are in peril 1 am speaking today only of tho theory of constitutions interpreta tion propounded by the Senator from Connecticut Mr Piatt If at nny time hereafter tho Senator shall seek to put his theories into praclico by reducing to subjection n distant peo pie dwelling in thajgtropics aliens In b...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 January 1899

ti ISSUED WEEKLY i - - 5By R C Walker Publisher ONBYBAB ONE DOLLAH Ex Governor John Young Brown will shortly announce his candidacy for governor Ho is a good but so is W J Stone An atsoniation has bcon organized at Chattanooga Tcnn which has r lis object tbo colonization of g 08 In tbo West Mi c i li iiirf fit S a ts exnso our array cilices peeti dis ji i il in to ihoir timgiUH 1 1 1 lie p i f tin lr re ntalioii I 1I111 Melimti ia again in charge of the Murray Ledgers dynamo and tho electric lights aro loomine up with their old timo brilliancy Congressman Dingley of Maine and ono of tho leading Republicans of the country died last week He was the father of tho tarifl law known as tho Dingloy bill Ihe Court of Appeals has hit Louisvillo a had blow by putting a heavy tax on tho laundries Recent events clearly indicate that the laun dry industries ought to bo given every possible encouragement in that city Commissary General Eagan vigor ously denies the story of tho embalm ed beef and ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 January 1899

ASSkSSUKS DEATH HULL List ol Ddtbs la the County Accordluj to tho Assessors Report Ordinarily tho assessors do not make a vory accarato Velum of the deatbairithe county FforrfBept 15 1897 to Sept 15 1898fhtfsW aor in report just cimpleted reports tho following death roll Isaac L Warren ago 19 dysentery David 8 West ago 15 dysentery Jas M Phillips ace 22 indigestion Cora A Sullivan age 20 typhoid fever Jesse B Dills age 19 typhoid fever Alma D Taylor 1 year fever Sarah A Lamb ago 64 fever Hoy Word infant Coy Word infant Gladis M Marble infant Bailie Brisk- age 87 old Bge Joe Moore ago 80 fever Bettie Amarino ago -12 child birth - Elizabeth Woolford ago 71 par alysis Mattie A Love infant Hiram Loftis infant Jos L Belt ago 2 years whooping cough Hattio Qass age 16 typhoid fever Marv B Bonnes aee 38 congestion Gustio tHobson age 19 typhoid fever Nancy Metcalf age 39 pneumonia Sarah R Travis ago 54 brail fever Jutia Johnson age 22 pueumouia J R Johnson age 22 pneumonia Cora M Johnson age...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 January 1899

fpj fbwBS R C Walker Publisher LOCrtL BKeuiTies See Mrs Honeys advertisement Paints of all kinds for rale at Olives Tho best goods in all lines at J H Morses You can get caBh for all produce at Schwabs Mr J E Brown of Fulton was in town Friday Charlie Danio of Carrsville was in town Monday Seo what you can buy from Clemei t for 10 cents McKinneys ctlobrated bread ftr silo at Hceriue Qo to J II Morsed for Clothing Hats and Bhuet Mr E E Burks of Carrsville was was in town Sunday Mii Joeie Clornont of uear Cray neville is quite sick Dr J H Clark returned to Prin ceton Ind Tuesday Dr J V Hayden of Salem was in town yesterday Goods at and below cost at Mrs Roneys millinery store Mr Joo Hoiper of Marion is in the city Paducah News Try tho Clement Cash Grocery for bargains in everything If you need paints of any kind it will pay pou to see Olive Ilie miserable muddy crossings cf the streets need attention The town of Dixon till vote on local option on tho 28th New Hue of queeusware at Cle ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 January 1899

t SCHOOL SUPPLIES TO BE FOUND AT Ormes Drugstore VOLUME 20 GOLD STANDARD The Reform Currency Bill As Proposed by the Com mittee Groonbacks To Bo llctircd and No Moro Silver Dollars to 15o Coined Washington Jan 21 Tbo Home Committee on Coinage Woights aiid Measures todoy decided to report fav orably the substitute for Hill Finan cial bill This moasuro is substan tially tho bill prepared by the In dianapolis Monetary Conference and was brought before tho Coinage Com raitteejby inserting in it several coin age paragraphs thus flanking the Banking and urrency Committee which sulkily declined to do any thing The currency reformers are in great gleo over this action They do not look for ita enactment this winter but the repoitiog of the bill will baing the question prominently before Congiees and the country The bill establishes tho gold standard aud pro viJes the gradual retirement e f the greenbacks Every Republican on the committee voted to report the bill The Democrats yoted against r...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 January 1899

IT 5 DOLLARS TO DOUGHNUTS One leature of the war has been overlooked betides giving Cubans liberty it has given society the daughters of admirals commodores and cnptaioB Whipping tho Philippines into sub jection that wo may preach the goepel of peace to them would be somewhat like marching a fellow to church at the point of the gun In his speech Monday Senator Goe bel said ho would not accept a nom ination from a convention that did not adopt the Chicago platform Wonder if thib is a reference to his tory Chemist Clarke of the government geological survey conCmed tho dis oiverv by surgeon Daly of borio and salicylic acid in tho residuum ot beef tea made from meat lurnisned tne army The currency bill agreed upon by tho Congressional committee hasnt a word in it about international bi metalism Frobably the hurry to got the measure to the front is responsible for the oversight That governments derive their just powew from the consent of the governed if no longer admitted by those of our...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 January 1899

LOQftL BReviTies Paints ot all kinds for ealo al Olives New goods at Woods Fowlers R A Moora was in Henderson Monday You can got cash for all produce at Schwabs Press Ford has two good milk cows for sale McKinneys celebrated bread for sale at Hearins If you have corn to sell take it to 0 G Wilson Mr D P Carnahan oi Blackford was in town Friday Dr D T White of Blackford was in town Monday Mrs J I Clement of View has been quite sick several day Mr Frank Wheeler and wife re turned from Florida Friday Rev W R Gibbs will preach at Deer Creek on tho 5th Sunday Our calicoes aie new and up tn date 4 to G Woods Fowler Tho finest lino of cofree ever Been in Marion just received at HeatinV I have a good buggy to trade for a good milk cow A C Gilbert Pants made to order 350 and up Fons tho tailor Everything good to cat and plenty of it as cheap as can be sold at Hear ius Quarterly court convened Monda with plenty on the docket tor a weeks work Mr Gobin of Union county has purchased J B Hubbards...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 January 1899

jlrvrf Viv - jwyifffrm ffinVmysinWsiyA n v YfrgasMftBC FOURTH ANNIVERSARY Of Marion Graded School Finds 426 Pupils in Line Wonderful Success ol the Instl tution Last Thursday was tho fourth anni versary of Marion Graded School and to commemorate tho event the pupils were given n half holiday As they came out of the home they form in double file each grado toge ther and marched through town Four hundred and twenty Bix were in Hue and it was quite an imposing little army of well trained aud patrio tic youngsters On tho evening of Jan 18 1815 tho doors of tho new building wore thrown open to the public for tho first time and tho big chapel was filled with tho people of Marion gathered to dedicate thoir now house and to inaugurate the graded school system in this community It vmt one of the most notable gatherings in tho history of Marion and subsequent events have shown that we builded b6ttor than we knew On the morning of Jan 21 1895 the school opened with 297 pupils and now it has 47...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 February 1899

K I tSclOOi Sipohs ir Complete ine VOLUME 20 TV Jttr 2 Ormes Srug Store TURNPIKE Amount of accounts Cash on hand Cash on deposit Cash in other corporations Other cash and credits Total assessment Exemptions Total for taxation Legal voters School children Pounds of tobacco Acres of tobacco Tons of bay Acres of meadow Bushels of corn Acres of corn Bushels of wheat Acres of wheat Bushels of oats Acres of woodland i From Salem to flarion m Crittenden County January 23 1899 FniTop Pukss When in Salem a few days ago I heard a statement that gave rise in parfto this article A wealty and reliable man of that place said that he would furnish the money himself to build one mile of a turnpike from Salem to Marion These muddy roads have put our people to studying the road question sure enough for the past month It is not strange that we farmers do some serious thinking when an empty wagon makes a lair load ioriour norses pn our public roads I have been trying To jaUidy out a plan for building a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 February 1899

CO ITS DOLLARS TO DOUGHNUTS R C Walker Publisher ORE TEAS ONE D0LLAB We rive the communication of citizen a good poeition in this pa per because the matter about which ho writes deserves the BeriouB consid eration of the people ot Marion and Salem and the people between the two growing little cities For a num ber of years the FiiEsS has occasion allv advocated the tying ot the two towns together with a turnpike nnd we are Gratified to have at least two good tuba tan tittl men interested in tbe interpriee und doubtless there are scores of others who would not only rejoice to see the thing done but who would help to do it The distance between the two places is only twelve miles and it would not cost a fortune to build the roau As ruggeated by our correspondent the material is all all along the route placed thero by nature to entico us to do the work The largest per cent of tho expendi ture would go to our own people tho material advantages to the two towns and to the peoplo ot a large...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 February 1899

tl R C Walker Publisher LOGftL 1000 Tornado Policy paid up for three years for 4 Can you afford to pass this opportunity Fire Policies at the lowest rates Office in my store Paints ol all kinds for sale at Olives New goods at Woods Fowlers Mrs T 0 Guees is on tho sick lst Sheriff Pickens family have been sick John Bell Las moved from Crider to Marion Mat Wright of lrras was in town Tuesday You can get cash for all produce at Schwabs Dr Rursell Hibbs returned to New York Friday John Guess of Dycusburg was in town Monday Mr Brink Tyley ol Princeton was in town Monday Mrs Tom Hearin has been quite sick several days W G Hammond of Sturgls spent Sunday in Marion Pants made to order 8350 and up Foils the tailor Mies Nell Walker has been quite Bick several days Dr J V Hayden of Salem was in town Thursday Judson Battie ot Sheridan wasin town briefly Friday O M James was in Louisville Thursday and Friday Mr Henry Crawford of Corydon spent Sunday in Marion Suits made to order 15 and up Foils ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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