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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 March 1899

tmmmmMiwatlwytiirfGnrinxifi 11V T E IIUTLEH There novor was a tirao in tho his tory of UiIb republio when tliero waB morn urgent necessity ior ovory ail hcront to tho fundamental principles of our institutions for every man who bcliovos in the right of tho pco plo to rulo to bo ready to support and defend everything which tends ti tho triumph of these principles and to throw oir tho power of thoso influences which threaten the perver sion of the purposes for which this government was founded Novor hofore has it been so important for the American people to remember that eternal vgibnco is tho prico of liberty And hero in tho august presence of such a future in tho ineffable ra diance of Rtich a dawn all sectional animosities have been buried all fac tional divMons obliterated tbo com mon bloDd of our fpre lathcrs runs hot in our veins tho olden ties knit us close together and under tho un furled bannor of freedom of our country lot us with great courage apply to present conditions th...

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 March 1899

I r If 1 N lWi1M School Zftoolis 4 Complete JClno Jit 2 Ormes Srug Store t VOLUME 20 DEHPSEY WINS A Harmonious Gathering of tlio Democracy ot tlio Thirty Mno Counties Tbe Democrats of tlio thirty nine counties composing tho First Railroad Commissioners District held a dele gate convention at Hopkinsville Fri day to nomiuato a candidate for Rail road Commissioner Friday It was anticipated tbat a warm fight would he made over the election nf tlm officers of tho convention and hat ih6Teeo4tiosoflWe4Twonld havo somo bearing upon tho race for governor and tho delegates went pro pared to Ugh for whatevor advanta ges might bo gaiued for their respec tive candidates for governor There was no fight oer any of these things however and nothing trenepired to test the strength of the Btato candi dates Judge Cook of Calloway county was elected temporary chairman by acclimation and Judge Brown per manent chairman withcut oppo ition A resolution endorsing the Chicago platform met with liuty cheers ...

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 March 1899

an approaching millennium The President wants a little rest alter the atirring events of the past few months and he very naturally turns to our peaceful sunny South ThAro ia no other haven like it for the storm tossed mariner on tho poli tical sea Tho power of he American navy is attracting universal attention in Europe and France and Germany are said to be sending experts here to make a study of our successful meth ods Its our men and not our meth ods that will bear tho closest scrutiny Tho Louisville Post seems bent on an undying efTort to make somebody believe that Capt Stones candidacy for governor was brought forth and is being nourished for the benefit of another candidate Capt Stone never was is not and will never be the man for that kind of business and if ho were the Post is not and will never be the paper to make Democrats believe it The Cuban Assembly made a poor beginning for a glorious history when it deposed Gen Gomez as the Commander-in-Chief of the Cuban army A natio...

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 March 1899

tl V IWf fbai R C Walker Publisher LOCftL BReumes Old Hickory Wo still havo Old Hickory Wliis koy lor sale notwithstanding teports to tho contrary circulated by unscru pulous poisons for their own selfish purposes J E Doss Co Mrs T E Hoarin is quito sick J L Rankin was in Paducah Fri day Rev J S Henry was in Princeton Monday P H Woods was in Eddyville Thursday Gbas Morgan was in Fredonia Tnursday Bee J L Rankins advertisement in this paper H A Hodge of Princeton was in town Monday Mr D S Hill of Sturgis was in town Sunday Mr Lacy Hibbs of Birdsville was in town Monday Mr E H Lone of Sturciu was in town Monday Tho Fiscal Court meets the first Tuesday in April Dr J J Clark returned from Louisville Saturday Mr Will Bluo of Caldwell county was in town Tuesday Mr Jasper Travis of Lyon county was in town Saturday Wanted 5000 cubic cords of stave timber J L Rankin Mr Fred Vaughn of Blackford was in town Monday Tom Clifton left Tuesday for Cin cinnati to buy now goods Willis Champion of Liv...

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 March 1899

D rt ia w Lr -A jt JANUARY 1 1899 UY CHARLEY MOORE On October tbo 12tb 1402 Chris topher Columbus no Italian by binb discovered tbo Wcit Indian Islands Having crossed tbo ocean on a Span ib vessel ho landed at San Salva dor stoppod upon tbo Now World throw btmsolf upon bis knoos kissed tbo earth and witb tears of joy gavo Ibanks to Gotf and formally planted tbo cross and took possession of tbo now country in tbo namo of Ferdin and and Isabella And from tbo year 1511 tbo dato of tbo first settle ment upon tbo island of Cuba until January tbo 1st 1899 it was a Spanish province ruled govorncd and controlled by Spanish authori ties Tbo Governor of Cuba was appoint ed by tbo Crown from tho rank of -Lieutenant General in tbo Spanish army for a term of tbrco to live years and had supromo jurisdiction and authority in both church and state and responsible only to tbo Sovereign of Spain For more than tbrco centuries tbo nnbappy pcoplo of tbo island wcro subjeoted to poverty want and mis ery ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 March 1899

QCllOOl 3300118 CompUt JCtnt 3tt - Mk5iAA VOLUME 20 WIDE TIRES ON WAGONS Partial Solution of the Turnpike Problem BcsnRs of Experlaents Made In a Series of TesU Foreign Countries Coo pelting Their Use Tbe Missouri Agricultural Expert ment Station made a series of teste extending from January 1896 to September 1897 in ordor to oughly and 1010011000117 ascertain tho value of tbe wide tires as com pared with narrow ones Tbey wore made with two wagons ono with C inch tires Ibe other with standard If inch tires both wagons of the kame weight and each loaded with 2000 pounds It was found tht the same power nccdod to draw tbe narrow tired wagon with its 2P00 ponnd load on a gravel road would bare polled a load of 2482 pounds on tne wide tire wagon Tho same power required to draw the 2000 pound load on narrow tires over dirt and gravel roads when these -were dry and bard was found sufficient to draw a 2530 pound load on tbe wide tire wagon nnder the samo condition and it was shown that when...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 March 1899

- R C Walkkr Publisher ONKYEAB Albt A Jaonow Douglastown N Y twodsSi I Jji TJ iMHMMHHHBWVi Mae4 FUU vtn rf Ul tboa4ffttotafl I to 1 iU There is Bomo occular evidenco that a poworlul corporation is trying to get its hand on the Democratic parly in this State There is nothing eo valuable to great trusts or corpora tions as the power to control a great party and they fight uuecrupuously for this advantage Politics is noth ing to them and they will seek to control that party which is in a posi tion to exert tho greatest influence in shaping legislation They have learn ed by experience that writing planks for platforms or keeping down positive declarations on matters that effect their interests and the namintr of can didates not unfavorable to their plans is a far more potent way of securing their ends than maintaining lobbysts in legislative hall hence they begin their fight early in every campaign They even begin earlier than this and look to the personel of commit lees national and st...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 March 1899

u y R C Walker Publisher LocmTiieviTies Old Hickory We still have Old Hickory Whis key for Bale notwithstanding reports to tho contrary circulated by unscru pulous poisons for their own selGsn purposes U E Does Co Mr E H Porter was in town yes terday Mr W J L Hughes is now in Owensboro HeatioB is Headquarters for No 1 good goods Fresh bread from Bt Louis all the time at Hearins Mr Robt Boyd of Salem was in town Friday Dr Dan Travis returned from Louisville Friday Ttr J N Todd of Fredonia was in town Tuesday Mr P J Blackburn of Enon was in town Monday Jno 0 Griflin of Dycusburg was in town yesterday Mr J G Dickey of Hampton wtB in town Tuesday 10 lbs good cotleo and a fine mill for 8200 at Hearins Mr Janper Wyalt of Fredonia was in town yesterday See Wallacos New Ground Plows only a few left at 8350 Police Judge Yates of Dycusburg is attending Circuit court Judge A M Hearin makes a spec ialty of family buggy horses Kos Clement of Tolu has two good yjung mules for sale EJ Olive will g...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 30 March 1899

And MANY KILLED tho Ingnrgcnt Aro Driven From Thoir Position FIELD STREWN WITH THEIR DEAD Now York March 2G The New York Journal this Sunday morning publishes the following copyrighted Manila cablo from James Creelman A a darkness descends tonight our army surrounds about o000 insur gents to the north of tho little village of Polo Night provents a final clos ing but this large force tne enemy is at our mercy Tho casualties on our side are about 100 mostly wounded In this enga gement lasting nearly sisteon hour we have lost only a few killed while tho insurgents were slaughtered every where The whole field is strewn with their corpses and broken rifles ACTION WAS MAGNIFICENT The action was magnificent While our right marched on a detour east and north the whole center swept out from the trenches in an almost un broken line two miles long and mov ed across the open fields without cover straight against threo lines of the enemys intrenchment The Twentieth Kansas and the Third artillery...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 April 1899

1 i School 300li8 t VOLUME 20 Complete ln Mental Derangement The sudden death of Mr Paris Weldon at Tolu last week waa such a shock to his wife that she is now insano 8ho was brought to town yesterday by her friends for the pur poxo of an inquiry into her mental condition and will propably be taken to tho asylum at Hopkinsvillo today Mooro Stephenson Married at the residonco of the brides father J 0 BtephenBon Tues day April 5 Mr Geo L Moore and Miss Bessie Stephenson Rev W R Qibbs ofSciatiug Quite a number of friends witnessed the union of the happy young people and tendered their warmest congratulations and best wishes Tho bride is a handsome and popu lar young lady and tbe groom is one tho sterling young men of tho com munity Burton junnuitlned Last week a oung man named Burton living some miles north ot twu cime home from Henderson and reported that he had been exposed to smalNpox The matter was promptly reported to the local board of health and Burton who had already isola ted ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 April 1899

Ey pSftgg ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walkkk Publisher ONKYKAK ONK DOILAB FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo are authorized to nnnounco TJ NICKEL ucainlldato to represent Crittenden and Livingston counties In the noxt General Assembly of Kentucky His candlilxoy Is subject to the action of the Doinncratlc party Election Nov ember I89n JjHiihviIIo Las a negro candidate for the Legislature Every farmer juat now can appre ciato tho sentiment ot thosono Just a littlo sunsbino Kichard is himself again or in other words Louisville ia sending con tested delegates to a convention Forty four saloon men were fined ten dollars each at one crack for vio lating tho Sunday law at Paducah Paducaha claim that she is a whole stlo town is thereby strengthened The Carliat are threatening to give Spain trouble As Spain ia nearer We would liko to know how the candidates for Governor stand on the ioad question Doubtless thero is some one ot tho number willing to let us know whether ho is for cood or bad roads Wo havo not dispos...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 April 1899

y Wk R C Walked Publisher LOCAL BReviTies Old Hickory Wo itill have Old Hickory Whis key lor sale notwithstanding teporta to the contrary circulated by unscru pulous puisonu fur their own aelGsn purposes E UoiSit Co Seo MrB Uiions lor your spring hat Mr II S Walker has moved to Aluriuu Ileaiins is Headquarters for No 1 good goods Fresh bread from Bt lxmia all the time at Ilarins Trimmed hats from 50 cents up at Mrs F E Givons 10 lbs cood ootleo and a fine mill for 8200 at Hearius Mr D B Moores family is visit ing friends in Marion Albert Lamb has charge of the Kuttawa Roller Mills Seo Wallaces New Ground Plows only a few left at 8350 The plastering on the O P chunh will soon be completed One dozen photos with a photo button 25c at Cottage Gallery Grand millinery opening at Mrs F E Givens Friday and Saturday Watch our delivery wagon and send us your orders HearinSon Mrs Al Cinnrmond and children of Morganfield aro guests of Mrs F E Givens McFee Hill keep a big stock of fresh family g...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 April 1899

Ip fte8gl R C Walker Publisher LOCAL BReuiTies The C P ladies made 835 out of their diuner last week DrJ W Trieler joined tho Kni ghts of Honor Tuesday night A Camp of tho Woodmen of tho World will be organized in Marion tonight The best time in town that made by landlord Cook answering telophono calls Hon Wm Reed of Marshal coun ty waB in town yesterday Ho is representing tho Order in tho suit ot Morrill vs The Golden Croes All ihe poles on the Marion Shady Grove telephone route have been put up and tho work of stringing wiro becrau yesterday and will ho completed by Saturday Can of Tliauks Crayneville Ky Apr 4 99 Wo desire to most sincerely thank overy man woman and child who in any way assisted in suppressing the fire which almost consumed our homo lat Tuesday morning Mr and Mrs H C Glenn Bicycle Repairs at Cost Having on hand a lot of bicycle repairs including Rime Tires Bells Saldlet etc I offer any article C03t Call at Bostons Grocery W M Caris IN ILLINOIS PROMINENT KNIGHT 35 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 April 1899

I i 1i w W - tj tWWliWrW School SSoohs Complete JJine 4 hSI IIIU 0 SI UU JIUI C VOUUME 20 rj 1 n 7i J j i VVWvd ROYAL 8 TaS ovm Ama wxwjtn bo new owc Lladiaj JO j Hon W J Stone Capt W J Stoue at Hartford a few days ago in a speech eaid I went to Winchester last Monday and there I found whisperings all around by peope who favored other candidates for tho governorship that were intonded to discredit mo with the Democracy of Kentucky The rankiat thing in circulation was that I hand voted for an issue of United States bouds payable in gold I mado a speech in Winchester and re ferred to tbo record and said that was not true and that I had the record to prove that it was not true I said Please dont etab me in the back come out into tho open and let me see who it is that is making these charges against me I myself had attacked no roan Tho result waa that on last Satur day tho lion P Wat Hardin asking the Democratic nomination fur gov ernor at your hands went to Shelby vill in tho county of...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 April 1899

Kp 3Jbs ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walkek Publibher 0NKYE4H ONE HOLLAR JbOtt UEFKESENTATIVE Wo arc authorized to nnnounco T J NICKEL n candidate to represent Crittenden and Livingston counties in tlio next General Assembly of Kentucky His candidacy is sublcct to the action of tho Democratic party Election Nov ember 1809 Thero has bson trouble between the whito and negro miners at Puna 111 Sevrn persons wero killed It is sim ply the old raco war Right now Crittenden is busy farm ing and digging gold Tlio former occupation will as usual prove to ho tho more lucrotivc That Capt Stone is in the fight for governor is evidenced by tho exten sive and bitter fight made upon him by another aspirant Chas Sommere a politician of Har din county has been indicted by tb6 grand jury at Frankfort for bribery At the recent railroad commissioners convention at that place Sommers is accused of paying a delegate 8 100 to leave the town and not vote the coun ty he was representing We have plenty of orators in 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. — 13 April 1899

is s CARPETS Do you need one All wool Ingrain Carpets beautiful new patterns worth 65 cents going for only p fPbiSSi C Walker Mrs P E Cook of Mt Ind is the guest ot friends ion Cophers restaurant is Remember him when you Publisher local BKeumes J A- Hurley is on tho sick hat Hcliwab is loading a car of old iion Harry Gill is clorking for Schwab See Mra Givons lor your spring bata iMr James Paris went to Sluris today Mr V D Browning is with M Schwab J C Bourlaml went to Louisville Monday Henry Rice of Kelsey was in town Monday Mr George Boston is in Sturgis this week Mr John Glascock is stopping with friends in town Mr Wm Tabor of near Frances is vory low with fever Dr J H Ormeand wife went to Louisville Monday Clark Kevil will pay 35 cents for white shelled corn Mr F A Jenniugs oi Hampton was in town Monday Mr J L Rankin of Fords Ferry was in town Tuesday Trimmed hats from 50 cents up at Mrs F E Givens Mr R B Dorrs family expects to move to Texas in May Bring in your old iion aod ge...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 April 1899

xxoooeeooo8ooooooooooK very ASERMQN IH A MUM 1 spent a week in an entorprislng liltlo western cltyii rtteudanco upon a Methodist annual confcrcnco Tho leading merchant was my host A tor Honor tho first day of my visit wo wore talking of tho growth of tho city from a small frontier settlement My host who was proud of tho little city related many incidents connect cd with its early history Among other stories ho told mo how Metho dism began by a Bormon in a saloon 1 aUcndcd tho lirst Methodist mooting over held in the town It was a ternblo service I tromblo now when 1 think of it although it was so many years ago Our town was a pretty touch placo Tuo chief businesses were liquor selling gamb ling and undertaking There was a funeral every dav If some ono did not dio from discaso or accident there was a murder Tho street or barroom flght that was not to a fin ish attracted little or no attention Tho bowie knifo and revolver were never concealed They were always within ready reach If eve...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 April 1899

V 1 T VOLUME 20 WWVWVWWWVWVWV the only kind of harmony that is pos- sible Harmony between those who hink and act together to give force to their common opinions There can be no harmony between those whote opinions are as antagonistic as the opinions set forlh in the Chicago plat form and the Indianapolis platform AH that wr ask is that those who come into a Democratic party shall be a part of the Democratic party Wo simply insist that a man cannot be a political bigamiBt He cannot be wedded to the name of our party and to the principles of some other party We Bimply ask that he shall get a for mal divorce either from our namo or from their piiuciples The Demo cratic platform ib latitfactory to those who supported it in 1896 That platform was written by the representatives of the Democratic party in the most Democratic conven tion that has been held in a quarter of acentury It is a compliment to receive a Presidential nomination from any na tion convention but I am proud that my nomi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 April 1899

Clothing We are the only people who can save you You cant afford to miss us We are showing suits that cant be equalled for style and fit we have a Snap for you in 100 7 FT n suitts wortth Siooo for P - OO Come and see them RflYQ AND CHILDRENS SUITS from DU I U 75 cents to the very finest made fc 1 in the gift of any people The only place to get Straw or Fur REMEMBER itowsu ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walkkr Publisher ONKYEAR ONE DOLLAR FOB HELItESENTATIVE Wc arc authorized to announce T J NICKEL a candidate to represent Crittenden and Livingston counties in the next General Assembly of Kentucky His candidacy Is subject to tho action of the Democratic party Election Nov ember 1809 Tho upper tens or highcockalorumB of the Gold Democrats in New York held a Beltshazzars east Thursday evening There were a thousand lords and tho clap trap that passed ior grub on that occasion cost ten dol lars per plate but the plate included a good deal of glassware It required 130 waiters besides sixty cup bearer...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 April 1899

GreatSlanglterflDPIpPIII DIMM fllP flOBSK Store iv - MV XX JOIN THE CROWD AND COME AT ONCE CARPETS Do you need one All wool Ingrain Carpets beautiful new patterns worth 65 cents going tor only ment of goats for his farm Tuesday W H Crow was appointed admin iitrator of the estate of the late Wm Belt Rev B A GundifF will go to Slaughtersville next week to hold a meeting J 0 Elder has a trio of pet squir rel and one of them is as white as a swan Mr Jno A Clark through his attorney H A Haynes has secured a slight increase in his pension Bring us your produce and get the highest market price in cash Hearin Son FOR BALE My residence and 38 acres of land adjoining the to p east of Marion W L Bigham Just received a nice line of glass and queensware at the Boston G10 cery also a ten cent counter on exhi bition Will buy iron for 30 days only After that time it is useleis to bring it to me Schwab Henry Bros have just received three handsome monuments for the graves ot R F Haynes Mrs S A Adams ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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