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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 April 1899

A Frightful Blunder Will often cauto a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruiso Biicklens Arnica Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fovor 8ores Ulcers Boils Felons Cornn all Skid Eruptious Beet Pilo cure on earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guaran anteed Sold by J H Orme drug There nro thousands of pcoplo whoso hobby Is to collect old coins and atamns Some dates or kinds nrs easy to get but others aro not so hand Ktch per sons maKlng collections gladly pay high prices for kinds of coins and hta n pa wanted It ofton hiiUDcna that coins unit aro nanl to llndln ono part uf tho country aro easily obtained In other places you may Jlnd coins In your locality which aro worth big premiums In big cities thero aro rcunbir dealers who buy sin li pb eon and sell to collect t lies d aera pay ht prices Our Coin and S nuut Value booki toil jmu till about these they contain more lliijirntloiis rhuu any oilier coin and btump book of thflr size over tu I iieee 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. — 27 April 1899

fc If A h 1Xs K r6 if - - i i Wfc444444A44444 School Spooks Complete Mine 3tt wht was to be done Those present were J E Stephenson T F Henry L C Terry J no A Wood J A Kodgcrs J T Pellaven S E Manus K II Iiutler A G Thoruason TSMartin J F llughes WII Hardlsty I Hodge McConncll Robert Poguo C E Donekcy Machen Wilson S 0 Leet G II Lamb II D Glvens Jno Dcmarm B G Rushing IJ F Fowler J II Carter J O Hell- W W Sunderland v u jwjrurs W T Terry J uunycrs J Hwillls W Oahagan Jno Marvel Gabe Towery U S Graves O T Glenn After the object of the meeting had been explained the overseer looked relieved for some of tbera didiii know hut what they would be rrquir cdto z ovir their own ionds iu a i lt wRgon as a penunco for any Bhort coming in the way of rod work that they might be charged with During the meeting mauy others came in and it proved to be about ta on oniliiuiastic raeetini us one usual ly sues in the county In calling the meeting to order Jude Rochester said the object of tho fiacal cou...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 27 April 1899

KEEP ion The only place to get Straw or Fur a nice nobby Hat wi auu Mhj Gen 0ts says the better clttf8 A MAD MOB V4 P of the Filipinos are tired of war and ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker 0NKTKAB Publisher ONE BOLLAB FOIl REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce T J NICKEL a candidate to represent Crittenden and Livingston countlcs In the next General Assembly of Kentucky His candidacy Is subject to the action of tho Democratic party Election Nov ember 1899 Let ub hope that there will not be another attempt to Somerize politics in Kentucky Probably if tho President would give Agumaldo a post office tho mues would be Btopped There is quite a crop of aspirants for Speaker Reeds place lhe shoe the Czar wore is not likely to pinch his successors toes It ib now thought that we will not get all of tho Philippines killed this Hpring but that a few will be left over for fall amusement Elizabethtown 111 elected a dry board last woek by majorities rauging from 6 to 12 votes Alter May 1 the lawn ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 27 April 1899

taj R C Waikek Publisher local BReuiTies PRODUCE PRODUCE That is what we want Dont fail to sec us be fore you sell Hcarin Son No new gold mines to report this week R F Haynes family reached homo Saturday Mr W h Riley of Creswell was in town Monday Dr J N Todd ot Fredouia was in town Saturday Mr W L Clement returned from Mrnderson Monday Ltritig in your old iron and get tho cash lor it at Schwabs Cbas Cook the photographer is in town for a few days Mr S H Cromwell of Henderson spent Sunday iu Maiion Highot price paid for country bacon at McFee Hills Fifteen bars of Laundry Soap for 25 cents a A M IlenryV Mrs Maiy Giiflith is visiting her eon John iu llxlereon Mrs C E WM I o of Fulton is visiting friends iu Marion Mr Jesse Gray and family of Sa tern were in town Saturday Orangeoda is a healthful invigorat ing drink at Ormes fountain Mies Ida McElroy of Paducab i the guest of Miss Mary Dorr What is it Go and see Woods Fowler Mrs Everett Woods of Chicago is the guest of friends in Mario...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 27 April 1899

sftsWfrrtrUrfr The Thresher Youre After BpWI 3 Name tho dilloront classes of pronouns and give examples 5 Oivo principlo paits of awake boar to bring forth burn lio to re cline C Give lour forms in which verbs may bo conjugated 7 Name three that may be used as different parts of speech and give sentences illustrating each use 8 Analyze or diagram Parse nil italicized words in Father of all wo bow to thee Who dwellest in heaven adored But present still through all thy works Tho universal Lord 10 1 to 10 on paper C1VI1 GOVEKNMENT 1 Describe tho process through which amcaauro passes to become a law in tho Congress of tho United States 2 Docnbo two methods of propos in amendments to our national Con stitution 3 Of what Stato boards is tho Stato Superintendent a member 4 Give tho titled of the represen tatives of our government in foreign countries and indicato tho moro im portant duties of each olllcc 5 What provision does tho Con stitution mnko for admitting now States 0 What 1b an ox ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 May 1899

P I 1 I z the instinct of self persevation which il natures first law Mobs seldom mako mistakes They generally burn or bang the right man That Bam Hose having split the head of his em ployer with an ax ravished the wile by the side of her dying husband should be killed by tho neighbors in a suddon frenzy fur revenge is easily understood Napoleon said that if the epider mis of Ruuian was scratched under neath was a Tartar Bo somewhere beneath the outicle of the soholar and the gentleman will be found the im pulses and pwsions of the savare and the brute the tigers claws and the beak of the vulture I - i vt r a J School SSooka I Complete tne 3lt L Qrmes 3rug Store J VOLUME 20 OrtVAr IHM W IPBlVfl ksVBlB BBBV 9 JfytM IjftikW vwvwwwwwwwywwwvWiW TIE ERBAT ME fortitude We condemn -the fauliB and sins of others with tho same c qoanimity and composure It is not diflieultto donounco the butchery of Sam Hose as a hideous crime against humanity a bloodthisty and sickening atrocity a disgrace t...

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

W F u then whipped those the Spaniards couldnt whip That ought to make us a world power The Louisville Post celebrated its twenty first anniversary Monday Ita a newsy paper bright as a dollar and as mean as Collins ram J he Filipino has evidently learned by this time that the stars and Btripes is the warmest emblem of liberty that he has yet had to scamper from II good road resolutions were made of limestone there would be no trou ble in finding metal in every road precinct in this county lor macada mizing That Cuba is ready for self govern ment is evidenced by the fact that about 9000 of them are able to divide the three millions of Uncle Sams dol lars among themselves and have only one hundred dollars each The Government drew its checks the other day for the 820000000 promised Spain for the Philippines The future historian will be puzzled to kiwv whether we are expanding by cotquest or purchase Sam Jones is holding a meeting at Louisville Sunday ho eaia the devil hail benn located...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 May 1899

v ASB ltaes R C Walkek Publisher LOCAL BKeuiTies PRODUCE PRODUCE That is what wc want Dont fail to sec us be fore you sell Hcarin Son School trustee election Saturday Keep the trash ofl of the streets He trin Sm want all the wool in theounty Dr J II Clark returned to Priu Cbton Intl Sunday Higlust price paid for country bacon at AIcFeo Hills What is it We want to sell becauto we save want your butter Go and seo Woods Fowler Fifteen bars of Laundry Soap for 25 cents ut A M Henrys Orangeoda is a healthful invigorat ing drink at Ornies fountain Mrs Evaline Brown of the Shady Grove ueighbothood h quite sick Mrs P E Cook returned to her home at Mt Vernon Ind Sunday 1 armors get your dinner at Cophers Restaurant next Monday fcr 15 cents 15 bars of Laundry Soap for 25c A M Henry Any old copper braBJ iron rage aud dry bones wanted at Schwabs A little child of Colic Ogoleby of the Bellville neighborhood died Sa turday If you want a delicioUB drink try that Fruit Puuech at Orrnes fountain Pro...

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

t nwwwwwwvnwvrtrtWrtnrtJ I 7yf1r A SEVERE TORNADO Empties Its Fury Dpon Kirks- Tlllo Mo a Town of 7000 People Alore Than Fifty People Killed and Houses Torn to Fragments St Louis -April 29 Tho roll of killed aud injured at Kirksville Mo whero halt the residences wore detroy ed by a tornado Thursday evening continues to grow by reason of the find ing and identification of additional dead abd injured and the death of some of the latter A revised list shows tbe names of fifty two dead and lzb injured It is believed that all the dead and injured in the Newtown tornado have been accounted for Tho number of dead there is placed at eleven and the injured at thirty two Faying Spain Washington April 29 Four Uni ted Htites Treasury warrants for 5- 000000 each will he drawn to day and transmitted to tho Secretary of State to be uecd in Bottlement ot tbe 820000 000 due Spain under the Paris treaty Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob lifo of joy Bucklins Arnica Salve cure them al...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 May 1899

I 1 v f -v vi 44fcMfi Ocnool JZoolis VOLUME 20 R Complete JCine Jit Ormes J5rug Store Many proniinont members of Con grow bolievothat President Mckinley w II call an oxtra session of that body 0 mot early in Octobor Tho Rpina Mercedes which was ruuk in the channel of Santiago har bor durine the war is ready to be towoJ to Newport News The Cuban National party will send a committee to Washington to aek for n percentage of customs receipts with which to purchase agricultural imple ment Gov Rwsevelt of Nev York is ajid to be a strong advroite of the whippingpost for bruUs win are guil ty of wife beating or cruelty to chil dren or dumb animals Freaidout Mr kialey lft Washing ton Monday for two or three weeks va cation It i his present intention to go to Virginia to obtain rest and relief from rheumatic attacks A boiler at a sawmill in Christian co J nty exploded killing Barrett Mc- Knight owner of the mill and Eph McKnight his brother Another brother was badly hurt and John White had bo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 May 1899

y A - - 1 Mill mil hi IIIWIWMTIT MmfflTm aTrMmyM1raTMMM - To Give The BEST QUALITY is the LARGEST QUANTITY Bj 1 ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONEYKAB ONE D0LLAB FOR UElUKSENTATIYE Wo are authorized to announce TJ NICKEL itit0 tn ronrcsent Crittenden counties In the next and Livingston i inniHf nf ifiniuuhji iionnru jinnuiiiDi v -- candidacy is subject to the Democratic party ember 1899 approved by quite a exchanges the action of Election Nov Now let us have have a commission ot the commis reports to report upon sions Uncle JtirV platform bas been number ot our Tk rhineee Government is remon BtratinRaCainst tbo application of our Oiinese exclusion net to viioa EvenbouTTayihoroad discussion through tbo Pbess and in tie public meetings have helped the good came along Rear AdaHvaUon has been orlered to Manila to succeed Admiral Dewey when tbo latter gets ready to como home Tbo negro race has the misfortum nf having to bear to a great extern the name given it by the mobt de graded e...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 May 1899

Vi1rlrrrr 3Pp bQU local Bfcevmes PRODUCE PRODUCE That is what we want Dont fail to see us be fore you sell Hearin Son Hearin Son want all the wool in thoounty The Lewis farm was bid in Mor t 82100 Mr S R Cassidv of Faducaht -was in town Friday Mr R H Woods of Livingston tris in town Saturday Highest prico paid for country bao n at MoFee Hills Col A D Moore of Princeton was intown Thursday Dr R L Moore does not expect to go west betoro fall Mr Lucian Gray and wife of Sa lem were in town Monday What is it Go and seo Woods Fowler Mr 11 D McChesney and wife of Salem were in town Monday Fifteen bars of Laundry Soap for 25 cents at A M Henrys Wo have been shown some speci mens of mica found in this county 15 bars of Laundry Soap for 25c A M Henry Wool Hides Eggs and Poultry wanted at Hearins Mr J H Threlkeld of Berrys Ferry was in town Monday Seventy people took dinner at Jud ge Hearins restaurant Monday PAID Highest Market Prico in Cash for your wool Hearin Son John P Paris moved to town...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 May 1899

n r CUBAN HOUSEKEEPER Would Give the American House i wife the Horrors Hit KnouleilKC Cooklnjr I Lim ited mid She I Not at All lnrtlculnr n to ClcHnlliieaa The Cuban woman is not adaptable She may not be to blame for it but the fault as c must call It Is there all the bame She Is not going t0 try lo adapte herself to our ways because she thinks her wajs urc the best and the only reason the thluks so is be cause they are sanctioned by antiquity Jn fact she Is rnther an unnromlslng subject to convert The way an average Cuban family lives Mould give an American house wife the horrors Improvident of course and with such little knowledge of cookery that It amounts to not more than a farce The frying pan and the coffeepotarethe only two indispensable articles in a Cuban kitchen A roast is an unknown quantltj a stew Is oc casionally ventured upon and the soup is rare and diaphanous Iiut the cof fee pot is always in cdcnce and the frying pan sizzes at eNery meal 1 have often been amused at ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 May 1899

A w T I1 t f w 1 School SSooka J ftntmntotm Jtum at - 2 Or 4r VrW1 VOLUME 20 i Irmes Srug Store MORE GOLD TiIb Time Its on W D Watllaifords Farm Near Mirlon The reports of tho Gliding of gold at Tolu has set about half oi the peo ple of the county to wondering if there iaut some of the yellow nictel on my land and there has been some thing o a superficial impeclion going on wlnrevir thero has been minora deposits and that is pretty much everywhere iu Crittenden Among those who Lave taken a lively inter est in the matter U Mr W D Wal lipgfbrd Ho has a iarm a mile east oi town and tor the past two or three years he has been proipecting for something valuable beneath the lace ot his green helns y hen some of the recks irom tbe Guess farm wete brought to town Dudloy looked at them long and hard and said lioy it there is any gold in that I have got Ler too and plenty of it Ho sent come of his rock to the aseayers at Cripple Creek Col and a lew dajsapn he received a certifi cato from Varn...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 May 1899

Uk w I8SUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher OHXTKAB OHK DOLLAX FOU KEPKKSENTATIVE Wo arc authorized to announce T J NICKEL n candidate to roprcscnt Crittondon and Livingston counties In tho next General Assembly of Kentucky H1b candidacy Is subject to tbc action of tho Democratic party Election Nov ember 1899 According to the papers tho Louie- villo Democracy is for Stone Capt Btone is putting tho Pdducah Register to a good deal of unnecssary trouble Aln ady a subscription tnrted to buy Admiral 8250000 home has been Dewey a If tho candidates for Governor sup ported Brvan lor President their poll tieal records suit the Press all right ti Pirmiiiia have called a stale convention for July 27 at Frankfort to nominate a state ticket Plont niaz and tho Governor General of Cauada have been invited to meet President McKinley at Chi cago October 9 Attorney General Taylor has an nounced his caudidaoy for the Repub hcan nomination for Governor Tay lor is not as smooth a politician as Tiuiro Pmtt h...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 May 1899

A chance to see you is all we ask and if we cannot please you in rvrrle nifl in prices it will be our fault Mh press R C Walker Publisher LOCftL BRevmes PRODUCE PRODUCE That is what we want Dont fail to see us be fore you sell Hearin Son The O P church u no about completed Hearin Son want all the wool in theouuty Heury Cundiffieturned from Cory don Monday Mr J N Boiton is in Sturgis this week on business Wool Hides Eggs and Poultry wanted nt Hearius BibbA Alley shipped a car load ol bogs yesterday Fifteen bars of Laundry Soap for 25 cents at A M Henry Mrs Yates moved from Webster county to Marion last week Mr Harry Long of Carbers Rid ge III was in town Monday A child of Sherman Waxier of Fords Ferry died last Friday Mr Jno A Hurley and little son Boy are visiting at Carmi III Mr A Wilbcrn will rebuild upon he site of his burned residence Tiy our fine coffee It is simply dolicious McFce A Hill Mr Jesse Crawford and wife left for their home at Washington Tues- What is it Go and see W...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 May 1899

ikHMBVnrft ZlsssssK MEhf II dtfiaiaiaR L9 M m migr7V Tki tkiwi iti 1 hflMVS jk Mikii ibiriii ol tBB5QE3 ikiuij 1 - AaWjaimmas Will buy iron After that time it t to me Sol- Some one ha said that trained mirws grow hardened to their work hut tlie sudden guMi of tears which now and then blinds n nurse in the hos pital wards at Montnuk would prove the contrary Especially hard upon these nursesare the night experiences when life ebbs low and the strain of jllenee and darkness is over them Said one soft eyed night nurse Oh if you could have seen my first patient He was a lovely boy of 19 from somewhere out on the Mexican border In the four dajs in vhlch he was under my charge I grew very at tached to him but suddenly when 1 was perfectly sure lie would soon get well a lolcnt change came and in pitc of every care he died My heart failed me completely but there was no time for weakness Too many cases were needing attention I wus put in another ward tem porarily and took especial charge of o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 May 1899

fe p r ocnooi JZoons t VOLUME 20 Complete ine Sit 4 Solve by fll psrU A pen dulum heating 51000 times a day of 24 hours beats now often lu 4 dajs 3 hours 20 minutes 25 siconds 5 Fiml tho compound interest uu 500 for 3 years 8 montl s payable semi innually Interest at 8 pjr cent 7 Solve by proportion A garrl on of 500 men have provisions to last during a selge at tho rate of 1 lb 4 oz a day per man if tho daily allowance is reducod to 14 oz per dav how largo a reinforcement can be received 8 What principal at C per cent in 3 years 7 months 20 days will amount to 950 9 A B 0 and D rent 57 acres 2 rods 16 perches ot land nt 3 75 per acre A puts in 72 sheep B 80 C9CD112 What must each pi 10 Seld cotton on commission at 5 per cent Invested the net proceeds in sugar commission 2 per cent My whole commission Is 210 What was the value of tho cotton and the ugar SIELMNO 1 Spell Acquittal asparagus uspicioa muollago governor puy iciao facilities mlldow negotiate burlesque disciple parallel me...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 May 1899

W P ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher 0NKYKAB ONK DOLLAR FOR UBWIKSBNTATIVE Wo arc authorized to announce TJ NICKEL a candidate to represent Crittenden and LlUmieton counties In tlio next General Assembly of Konlueky ills ntnillflgpV I Slllllcct tJ tllO UCtloll Of the Democratic party Election Nov omber 1809 Our gold mines ought to bring a turnpike AtMiinaldo seems to be at the lail e id of his meteoric career If it were a choice between Dick Ktiittiem and Gnebolism we prifer the liUcr The prices nf wheat anil corn t e main faun items in tln Bclni an still tvuitiDB tor thn boum in p icrs Gfn O in will not pay tie Cubant until they give up their guns U u ally the man with the gun makes the other fellow fork over The Kentucky Court of Appenle has decided that railroads must fur niiu separate coaches for colored and while passengers or be fined The Kentucky thoroughbreds had better look to their laurels Aguin ttldog record aB a runner can not be laughed out of court If Senator Ietler ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 May 1899

By SfTYing them Better than they Expect Wer making Special drive in CLOTHING Our Suits up-to-date in Styles Colors Fit and the most popular on the market Our rDACH CTITC for Men and Children LiOii OUI 1 O arc attracting notice Evansville next Tuesday evening Prof Cbas Evnns has been em ployed 10 hold the teachers institute in Knott county Spar is rapidly becoming a staple product in this county and it is bring ing a goodly little sum Our Tinware and Queenswaro must move and our prices will move it Try us and see McFeo Hill Misses Maude Roney and Lemah Barnes attended tho Christian En deavor at Madisonville laBt week A Princeton dipatch Bays Rev I M Wise baa tendered his resignation a pastor of the Baptist church at that place Wo have the best country sorghum in town Ifyouwanta fine article call McMican ABoaz Mr J W Guess of Tolu was in town Friday He is very hopeful of finding pay mineral in his gold mine It is probable that Squire King of Livingston county will bo the Repub lican c...

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