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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 February 1899

iiiiilrilitii nhiY THE CITY GROWS A Grnin Elovutor tlio Latest En terprise Anil It Will o Unlit Mnrion ia now decidedly on the up grade Tlio big spar mill and the telephone is 10 be followed by the erection of a big grata elevator The need of au elevator lias long been felt by ibe grain growers of the county as welt as tbo business men and its con Btruoinu will bo bailed with satisfac tion by everybody The quantity of wheat raised in the county Iibb been increasing steadily the past few years and a good local mnrket st all times is n necessity and an elevator is as much a necessity for tbo wheat grower is for the er as a tobacco etemniery tobacco raiser The FitEss notes with pleasure that a well known and thoroughly reliable firm has taken the matter in hand and unless the unforseeu or unex pected happens Marion will have a grain elevator with sufficient capacity to handle the great bulk of the grain gron in this section The enterprising mill firm of Clark Kevil have about matured p...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 February 1899

A st r 5 School Shocks Complete JJitio i 3- 2 Ormes J5rug Store 2 VOLUME 20 Jak hj vB aMatvam THE THOUSAND KIM Filipinos Attack Americans and are Repulsed Vith Many Killed and Wounded WHILE FIFTY FOUR AMERICANS ARE REPORTED KILLED Manila Feb 5815 p m The long expected rupture between the Americans and tho Filipinos was pre cipitated at 840 yesterday ovening by three daring Filipinos who darted past the Nebraska regiments pickets at Santa Ma but retired whon chal lenged They repeated the experiment with out drawing drawing the sentrys fire but the third timo Corporal Qreely challenged the Filipinos Wl then fired killing one of thf in and wound ing another Almost immediately afterward the Filipinos line from Calvocan to Santa Mesa commenced a fusillade which was ineffectual The Nebraska and North Dakota outposts replied vigorously and held their ground until re enforcements arrived The Filipinos in the mean time concentrated at three pointB About 1 oclock the Filipinos open ed a hot f...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 February 1899

Iu this paper wo print the formal announcement of Hon W J Stone for Governor It ia a frank pointed and manly statement of bis position on all questions at issue and his at titude we believe ia emiuently satis factoey to the Democrats of Ken tucky and more especially thoee of Western Kentucky ilia private and public life has been an open book to tho people of this section of the State and no flaw exists iu either He has had important trusts and has always measured up to the gravo responsbili ties with credit to himself and those who trusted him A plain man of tho people with no impulse except to do the right thing and with ability o discern under all conditions the good from the evil he baa always been an honest energetic conscien tious public servant Under present conditions he ia the logical candidate lor governor Con nected with no factions with no em bittered party enemieB clear of all these things which frequently weaken men in the final struggle he would poll every Democratic v...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 February 1899

i4 R C Walker Publisher LOCftL BKeimes J H Morse will give you 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 Thero is talk of a new bank Paints cl all kinds for Bale al Olives New goods at Woods Fowlers Wash board 10 cents A M Henry Hearin fc Son will put up a bakery tbis spring Mr C K Quinn of Henahaw was in town Sunday Tuctday Mr K W Wilson quali fied as city treasurer Mr H B Phillips of Hurricane was in town Monday Dr J R Clark and Oliver Hurlev went to Louisville Friday If you need paints of any kinde it will pay pou to see Olive Snits made to order 815 and up Foiie tho tailor Mrs Wm Harrigan was the guest of iriends in Princeton aBt woek Jesse Olive went to LosiDgton Monday to attend a horse sale Pants made to order 8350 and up Fous the tailor Mr J D Boaz of Ridgway 111 it Btopping with friends in town The wife of Mr Wes Minner west of Crittenden Springs is dangerouily ill Will pay ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 February 1899

ye NINETY TWO Imlm Ar nlKlizibttli h ilson Sixty Years in Crittenden The subject of this ketch was born iiPHr Knoxville Teun January 31 1807 twelve dajs after the birth of ilibt E Lee Bho lived in Knox county Tenn until 28 years of age was united in marriago to Frances T Wilson Oct 19 1830 As a result of this union nine children were born six of whom still survivs Joseph F John F Roht L Margaiet M De boe relict of the lato James M Dtboe and Mary E Wilson all well known citizens of Crittenden county and Barab Oano Miller of Smitbland Ky All of theso except Mrh Miller have lived wiihin a fow miles of the place where their parents settled when they moved to Crittenden Aunt Betsy came to ibis county then Livingston comity in Decent her 1830 Thoy Jsettled on h farm livo miles Southeast of Marion She has seen sixty Bummers ccmo and go Bince then and has never been farth or from homo than Smitbland She now lives with her Bon Joseph Wil son within two and one halt miles of first settlement ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 February 1899

n Y k fcr k v aveByj Oeioo JSoolis i A Complete JEino J L Urme 8 ZDrug jotore VOLUME 20 ROYAL fr UsocuteiyIhjre NOTICE I Dr Kinsella permanently located g in Marlon Ky will be in jg Shady Grove Tuesday Feb 21 Teeth Extracted Without Pain Teeth Filled Plates Repaired Etc As it will be several months before I visit this town c again now is the acceptable time c Reference Best People In Marlon Olflce over Marlon Bank c S2fflSZffifflfflfflffiSS2ffiSZfflS2ffiSZmZfflSZffi Avvvvwvvwvvwsrt0lVvwvAAAAAV KeiticW Part ii History vyvvvvvAwwwvvvAovAYvs Washington D 0 Fob 10 In while James 8 Jackson Iteprosen eulogizing Senators Benton and Blair tativo from the Green River district of Missouri when the statues of the resigned bis sent in the douse to be deceased statesmen wcro turned ovor cowo tv Urlgadier in the Union army to tbo Federal eovornment tbo Hon Rodger Hanson tbo eloquent be Cbnmp Clark paid equal honors to came a Confederate Qencral and fell Kentucky and Missouri While hall- on tbo fi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 February 1899

QEt pcs ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONEYKAR ONE DOLLAR FOll HELllESENTATIVE Wc arc authorized to announce T J NICKEL u candidate to represent Crittenden and Livingston counties In the next General Assembly of Kentucky His candidacy Is subject to the action of the Democratic party Election Nov ember 1809 SCHOOL BOOKS Wait ted i by the American Boek Trust nionopolv a tcore of smoothe lobbyists and twice that many pup p te ou the lloor of both branches o the next Kentucky General Assembly to keep up the price of echool bookp Thtse ncolytes throw the people down in the Senate last year by a majority vote of one benator but were tinentally routed by the Houee mem bers who fidelity to the peoplo who honor and magnify for that evidence of loyalty to the interests of the great commonweal We do not know whe ther a State law can reach the seat of the disease but if all the States act as Kentucky should we know that little bovs and cirla all over the laud cculd bo more economically educ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 February 1899

R C Walker Publisher LOCftL BReimes J H Morse will give you 1000 Tornado Y olicy paid up for three years for 4 Can you afford to pass this opportunity Fire Policies at the lowest rates Office in my store Democratic Muss Meeting Pursuant to the action of tho Dem ocratic Committee of the First Rail road Commissioners District the Dem ocrats of Crittenden county are here by called to meet in mass convention at tho court house in Marion Ky on Saturday the fourth day of March 1899 at 1 oclock p m lor the pur pose of appointing delegates to the District Convention which meets in Hopkinsviile Ky on the 8th day of March 1899 to nominato a candi date for Railroad Commissioner L W Cruce Chairman Paints ot all kinds for sale at Olives Wash board 10 cents A M Henry Hearin Son will put up a bakery this spring W B Wilborn of Fords Ferry was in town yesterday Two 10 cents plugs of Greenville to bacco for 15 cents A M Henry Ifyou need paints of any kinds it will pay pou to see Olive Mr Courtney Jen...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 February 1899

A VALUABLE DISCOVERY BIRTHDAY DINNER WWW Tlio Widow nml Children of tlio Luto 31 N Morrill lro vldccl For Hsturday Air W J Cannan stop ped into Marion Hank and asked Cashier Yandell to look in the vault for some papers belonging to the Ma rion li dgc at this place Tlio papers were not easily found and while the cashier was making a diligent search for them ho came across a seaed on velopo with tho namo of M N Mor rill written thereon Mr Morrill died last July and Mr Yandell con cluded ti open tho envelope and sec what was in it as iioko of tho family had called for it and probably none of them knew of its existence When it was opened an insurance policy on Mr Morrills lifo for 81500 written by one of tho best insurance compan ies in tho country was found The last payment mado carried it beyond the date of Mr Morrills death and his widow and children wero provided with just 81500 more than they know of Some four or five years ago said Mr Yandell I now remember that the deceased hande...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 February 1899

ft i I JV t 3 IS K H a It fe te i if t fr fc I J ft MM4MkVViB School 3600118 VOLUME 20 Compteto jClne oflluera were invited Speech mak ing mas one featuro of tbo occasion and Oen Wilson Military Governor of Mantanzas made qulto an gnnt and interesting talk entreating the people to rolurn to tboir work and honors I was much ploaeed to note that culture refinement and education existed among tho people and my first impression of Oaba was favorable I went out into tho streets of the cUy and in doorways alleys and on tbe streets 1 raw hundreds of Hcconcoutradoos whoso pinched fa ces and emaciated forms appealed to mo in a strong way I returned to camp much impressed with what 1 had seen Matanzis is ona of the oldest and most historical spot on the island In tho midst of our camp stood Fort San Savareina in which moro than 300 Cuban patriots had been murdered during the pre sent war and tho blood stained walls stand as silent witnesses against tbe barbarity and crulty of the Spanish Duri...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 February 1899

J GZsO Our Bargain Menu is Inviting Dr Taunor who a fow years ago accomplished the feat of doing with out grub for forty days was in Pad ucah the othor day and upon request gave a free lecture in tho rotunda of the hotel telling the economical Pad- ucibans how the the thing wna done Judgo Jno W Barr resigned his place as judge of the 13 S district court for Kentucky Monday Ill health and old ago aro given as reas ons for this step Four Louisville lawyers are mentioned for the place Judge Pratt would fit in the niche very nicely Bishop Dudley who astonished the world tho other day by saying thai tho saloon was a necessary evil in a speech at Henderson last week says that ho was incorrectly quoted What he did say was The saloon is inev itable and would remain until some thing takes tho place of it Tho Commission appointed to in vestigate Gen Miles charge that em balmed beef was furnished tho soldiers haB commeuced its labors Whether claimed or not its a fight between the war departmen...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 February 1899

Mk ftej R C Walker Publisher LocftL BRevmes J H Morse will give you 1000 lornado roiicy paid up for three years for 4 Can you afford to pass this opportunity Fire Policies at the lowest rates Office in my store Democratic Mass Meeting Pursuant to tho action of tin Dem ocratic Committee of tbo First Rail road Commissioners District the Dtm ocrats of rittenden county are here by called to meet in mass convention at the court house iu Marion Ky on Saturday the fourth day of March 1899 at 1 oclock p m tor the pur pose of appointing delegates to the District Convention which meets in Hopkinsviile Ky on tho 8th day of March 1899 to nominato a candi date for Railroad Commissioner L W Chuce Chairman Paints ot all kinds for sale at OliveV Wash board 10 cents A M Henry Hearin Son will put up a bakery this spring Ed Cojk of Fords Ferry was in town Monday Rev R Y Thomas has been sick several days Mr Caldwell of Sturgie was in town Monday Otto Cruco of Hillsville was in town Saturday Mr J W Melt...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 February 1899

i rVtjmJ mwmHiiiim nffi itTni THE BOYS CONGRESS Sottlo Tlio Groat jupstion or liniiorialisiu ami Expan sion At the regular ieion of tlio Ma rioi Graded School Congress nn Monday night Feb 13 1809 tho following bnnincs ym trunbacted In the absence nf lr8 Summer Mr King of Connecticut was called to tho chair pro tern I h l ofllcerb term luvit g expired the folio wiug new oilicers weroehcted J Watts Lamb jireoidniit Chas Moor vir4 piOtdent J ihn W Bc lintit mc i tjry iihd 1 W Word iiir iit Hriiifj iifur uhci uce pi iiil t M re iik lo iha r hm lirided over iho nifPting Alter the regular iireliniintiiy i f the day whs transactpd the ILtua upon motion of Mr Btithr of Ky resolved itself iuto a commit tee of tho whole for the discussion of Mi Walkcjs of W Va resolution which reads as follows KeBolved first that the policy of imperialistic expansion is or would bo injurious to the mvnufacturiug agricultural atd laboring interests of tho Unittd States second be it enacted that the Houso of Re...

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

v A A i Vx r iv w 1 Jkvf J School SSoohs j Complete JCine 3it - L Orme 8 Strug Store 2 VOLUME 20 AMERICA At tho celebration of Washing- tons birthday by tbo Virginia Dcm coratlo Association of tho District of Columbia Hon W J Bryan wbb a guest and responded to tho toast Americas Mission Ho said in part When tko advocates of Imperial ism And it imiosslblo to reconcile a colonial policy with tbo principles of our Government or with ttio canons of morality when they aro unable to defend It upen tho ground of reli gious duty or pecuniary profit they J fall back in holplees despair upon tho assertion that it is destiny Sup pose it docs violate the constitution thoy say suppoao it does break all the commandments suppose it docs entail upon tho nation an incalcul able expenditure of blood and money it is destiny and we must submit The people have not voted for imperialism no national convention has declared for it no Congress has passed upon it To whom then has the future Lecn revealed Whe...

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 March 1899

Our Bargain Menu is Inviting pj fbwsss ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONKYKAK Speller Primer First Reader r Second Reader - Third Reader Fourth Reader Fifth Reader ONK DOLLAR FOR UKMIKSENT ATIVE Wc are authorized to announce T J NICKEL a candidate to represent Crittenden nnd Livingston counties In tbe next General Assembly of Kentucky His candidacy Is subject to the action of the Democratic party Election Nov ember 1899 RUN IT INTO POLITICS A comparison of the prices of school books in Indiana where the same books is used in every county and whero they are secured by a contract between the State and tbe publishers with tbe prices of books in Kentucky where the trust baa lull sway is Btart ling Here are some ot tno prices Ky 17 13 17 30 42 50 72 Geography Elementary 55 Geography Complete 1 20 History 1 0 Thus iar the books used in States are practically the same Ind 10 8 12 15 25 30 40 30 75 50 both The other text books used are somewhat different and a comparison can not to read...

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 March 1899

wV E R C Walker Publisher LOCftL BR2ITieS J H Morse will give you 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 Democratic Mass Meeting Pursuant to the action of tho Dem ocratic Committee of tho First Rail road Commissioners Distriot the Dem ocrats of Crittenden county are here by called to meet in mass convention at tho court house in Marion Ky on Saturday the fourth day of March 1899 at 1 oclock p ra for tho pur pose of appointing delegates to the District Convention which meets in Hopkinsviile Ky on the 8th day of March 1899 to nominate a candi date for Railroad Commissioner L W CitucE Chairman J W Blue wes in Louisville Ub week J W Johnson was in Princeton Tuesday Genuine Pennsylvania oils for sale at Hearins Mrs Sue Frazier is visiting in Kel Bey this week John Wyatt of Fredonia was in town Monday Mr Henry Fritts ras been quite sick several days Mr Wm Barnett of Tolu waB in the city...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 March 1899

rsprf yurr MISS BIQHAM Wins the Medal in Hie Oratori cal Contest of the School Kvirtt liilki Second of the Five Since Marion Graded Public School inaugurate an annual oratoiical con test between the students of tho High School department this contest is one of tho events of absorbing interest in Marion affairs Every year tho deatB of tho High School elect five of their number to contest for the prize and in tho selection the young ladita uo not barred This year Messrs Everett Butler of Salem J W Lamb of Bells Mine Charles Moore of Marion and Misues Bettie Bigham and Kitty Woodp of Marion were tho gladiators chosen to appear in the oratorical arena and contend lor first and eecond prizes The first prize is a handacme gold medal and tho second a silver medal each appro priately eupraved Wednesday even inir Feb 22 the Opera House was filled with people from Marion and surrounding country gathered to hear tho orations and seo tho medals award ed The stago was beautifully decor ated with...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 March 1899

r School SSoohs i Complete JCino S Jit i D iO VOLUME 20 ROAD SUGGESTIONS Unit Uimop of Pre vein ion Worth a lonuil olCuro A gentleman who litis hail consider able experience in road working nud knows something of the public roaib of the county hands ub the following iu the way uf a suggestion tooveraeert and thoir Now is not tho timo lor goneral r ml working but it is a time ben a little well directrd labor will gave many bard licks for the hands and eome mono for tho court It can bfl dmie by uug over tho road with ahovelj nnd hoes and opening up ditches nud draining tho water oul of the loads Water luit alanding ii tho road nivans a mud hole at thai placa for weeks and its rains follow rains tho hula will grow increasing the labir to be douo when tho time for road working arrives Then thf ditches arc now or less cbg ed up ami thu water ia riiimiig acofs and down tho road beds wah ing them out ard cutting gullies Open tho ditches till up tho mud hole and thereby keep the wntct from ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 March 1899

- mn K i fjT tug GOOO The newspapers opine that Cleve land will try to enter public life again The location of the entrance upon which he has his eye is not stated If Adam was made out ef mud ac cording to the old darkeys theology what an opportunity there is in Crit tenaen county now for increasing his kind Hon Walter Evans was appointed to Oil tho vacancy on tho Federal bench occasioned by the resignation of Judge Barr He was sworn in Monday Paymaster General Carey has per fected arrangements for going to Uubanext week to payoir tho Cuban army He will take 83000000 with him one half silver An eflort was inaugurated in Cin cinnati last week to form a new poli tical party It is probably some fel low trying to form a trust and corner the disgruntles of the couutry Rome waB not built in a day they tell us but there was a day when the work of constructing the imperial city commenced Wo can not make good public roads in a day but there must be a time when we begin We have no apolocy to ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 March 1899

- Di 7 awya QCtyjc ijfbrass R C VNalkkr Publisher LOCftL BRUITieS Ilighcy Hurley is still quite tick Mr 0 S Nu tin was in Evansville Mondny Judge Pierco is still suffering with the grip All kinds of gardon seeds in bulk al Harins Mr Brink Tyler of Princeton wis in town Tueulay P K C okfy of Djculiurg us in town ytscnhy Mr S A Briglitruan of BUckf rd was in tiwn Monday Headquarters for all first elms goidt is at Hearinp All goods sold by us delivered any wbore in the city Ilearin Mrs J B Hubbard is with her father at Shady Grove Miss Mnggia Jordan wont to Hop kinsville Tuesday to visit friendc Mrs Ettio Brown ol Dwight III is the guest of friends in Marion Nt house in town can beat ua in goods and prices Hearin Son Mr GvE Bistonlias a contract to build four brick store rooms at Stur gis Messrs L 11 James and J W are attending circuit court in Prince ton Dr J J Clark went to Louisville Tuesday He will bo absent three or four days Mr T D Stone thinks a good many of his peach trees were...

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