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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 May 1899

IMMIIMMHOM t VWVSMWWWWVWi 8 A TEXAS LETTER v Stkphenvilik Tex May 4 Editor Press As I have been requested by a number of friends to write nnd trusting that 0U will grant me space through tho colums of your paper 1 slull take this method of addressing them At present I bavo nothing to re lato that would likclv bo of any in terest further than a moagor descrip tlon of this part of the Lono Star State Sthephenvlllo the county seat of Erath county is situated on the Fort Worth and Rio Grando Railroad seventy eight miles southwest of Fort Worth and contains a popula tion of abojt three thousand Tho town is surrounded by a Quo farming and stock country and is very beautifully situated Since It is in tho border of the great CoUod and Grim Belt portions of tho State and is one of the most prosperous and wide awake little cities in the State Stepbenvlllo has one national bank three nespapprs three gins one broom factory water works electric light plant complete telepuono sys tem Eaddlo and b...

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

it 1 r KX VOLUME 20 M OCllOOl JZOORS - i Complett JCint v 3tt J L Qrme8 3rug Store 5 Sb m wymh n m mw rjmmimmmsgBo immiimmgsatntmmmvsmmto noniNB BOOST Johnson Citv Tenn Fob 9 To tbe Iiob My dear Chums Tho happlosVper iod of Hi man life is youtb add tbo happiest apeeimon of youtb is a big bo Itbjy awkward wteryjointed rnllinkine frollickioe boy with his bentt full of dreams and bis bead full of scleiues nod pockets full of apples and things Ho is a bounc ing laugh ut d a bounding yelh He is tbo beloved bandit of every mc tjers heart and tbo deligbjiful out law of every old daddys Lome What enro bo for painted walls and garnished rooms and velvet rugs and pictured tapestries and pastollcs ami water colors and cray ons Id frames of guilt and gold What lan be for frescoed balls and polished llcrs and stairways of ma hogony What cares ho for all tbo chandeliers that shine so ho has tho liberty to roup on tho green carpets of tho meadows and hills under heavens Aiming chandelier and a pla...

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

r V c - r We lead in I CLOTHING rlFOR H WMEN 3 MAND I tCUIRAU W 1CHUY f Jl jptoeaau Wo are authorized to announce T J NICKEL n candidate to represent Crittenden nri Tivtnantnn counties In tho next nonnrnl Assembly of Kentucky His ni io iiinot to tho action of unuuiudv a the Democratic party Election Nov ember 1899 Might seems to be right oven in chriBtainizing the Philippines How big tho world is yet men jostle each other lor standing room The Cubans are accepting their 875 turning iheir CUDS 0V6r to Uucle Bam Chunks of harmony do not bedeck the pathway of tho Btill bunt in politics every time Our Republican iriends are nil guying ub so much about the thrci cornered hot fight for the nomination for governor juBt now They hav troubles of their own Wo have all along been mistaken about tho courts permitting rascals to escape punishment occasionally They have been sending tho innocent to tho prisons if Lieut Gov ton is right about it The Republicans of Marion county the home of Hon Luc...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 June 1899

P ft I- sm 3 Z - v V big silver gathering at Louisville The meeting at the Baptist church continues with increasing interest Mr Albert Cannon of Corydon pent Sunday with friend in Marion What ia it Go and see Woods Fowler Miss Jimmie Brooks of Fredonia is the guest of Mrs Sue Frazier this week Mr Harry Bourland and wife of Madisonville are guest of friends in Marion Mm J B Oill and son Hartv returned from a visit in Beaton Mo last week Messrs 8 L Shelby and T C Grlssom of Livingston county were in town Sunday How is it we are growing in popu lation and the number of school chil dren are decreasing The school census shows only 826 children in Marion There are 24 more boys than girls Publisher Bnter and ll K Woods were in Louisville the first of the week If you want your groceries quick and cheap order by Phone 0 All Orders promptly delivered T r Ttr 1 Mrs J vi waggoner reiurneu from Elizabethtown III Thursday where she been visiting friends If you want groceries wo have thorn good cl...

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

r itfedb A SLUGGISH BRAIN Is caused by Imperfect Digestion and Dkotdtt In be Liver and Bowels TvSaaaaaaaft 3s3aaaa fBTaaamv PRICKLY ASH BITTER jK sold IS V BOON TO BRAIN WORKER iy 4aaL m TaaaaaaP raBai It purifies the bowels strengthens and regulates the liver aids digestion promotes vigor of body cneerlulness and mental activity BY ALL DRUOQI8TB PRIOE SIOO pen 3TTLI IPrPWHIP p J H Ormc and R F Hayncs Jr Dealers isHpHv svk5txt siissLsiiiir rOnKESEB a1 THE TAKAHE BIRD t Ii ii Nntlie of New Zealand and Worth Much More Than II WrlKlit In Gull Possibly the nil eat of all feathered creatures Is the tnknhe bird of New Zealnml Science names it Notornls Muutclll The first one ever seen by white eyes wus caught in 1819 A sec ond came tu nhlto linnils in 1651 Like the first it was tracked over snow and caught witli dogs fighting stoutly and uttering piercing screams of rage until mcrniustcred Uoth became the prop erty of the British museum After that it was not seen again until 1870 That year...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 June 1899

ft l f - -- - r V Ill J f School S3ooi8 t fn mnfntA Jin m T t Jit 2 Ormes Zbrug Store 5 w urif VOLUME 20 i VAl Baking LVx irL w Makes the food more delicious and wholesome fW Wtriiume OWBM CO M YdUC m SATURDAYS CONVENTION Judge Pratt Loses His Former Gibraltar and Taylor Wins Warm Fight for a Little While But Senator Deboc Easily Master of the Situation The INpublicon County Convention Saturday was complete triumph for the Taylor men and n aevere blow to Judge 1ratts candidacy for governor ITis 1 88 f Crittendens fifteen votes was not the most far reaching feature of the blow dealt to the Hopkins county mMis aspiration Citteuden is Senator Deboerf homo and the re sult in county is the strongest staten ent that could be Bent to his friends over the Btato as to hia desire in the three cornered red hot fight Taylor Pratt and Stone are making for the Republican nomination lor the SENATOR DEUOE highest office in the gift of the people Then emphasis is added to this strong statement of th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 June 1899

LADIES You will profit by seeing our Summer Wear Silks Silk Ginghams French Organdies Piques Dimcties and Lawns White Goods Laces and Embroideries MORSE R C Walker Publisher OHEYXAB ONK DOLLAR FOIt UEMIKSENTATIVE Wc arc authorized to announce T J NICK EL a candidate to represent Crittenden and Livingston counties In tlio noxt General Assembly of Kentucky His candidacy U subject to the action of the Democratic party Election Nov ember 1899 The FilipinoB are still fighthjr Where there ia pie there is power Judge Pratt cetrws tu a fair way to beTajbied The Soul hern Baptist Seminary graluatea 185 students A good roade convention will be hed at Lexington Satutday EHbris to torm a cracker trust on the Pacific coast fell through Tho Peace Conference will probably have to arbitrate its troubles Wno wouldnt have hatraony if tluy would all come our way More than 2000 ralnoui have been opi efl in Uubi Bince tVowa When we get the Philippines really whipped will wc be proud of the jdj Altgeld s...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 June 1899

K Mr JaB B Hughes is in Paducah this week having his eyes treated Mrs Annio Lemon and son Len neb returned from Texas last week Mr W J Howerton and family were in Louisville the first of the week The knife seems to be a handy affair in practical as well as political affairs The school trustees will probably Belect teachers for the Marion schcol this week Mrs Ann Paris of Cullen Ky is visiting her son Mr J W Paris of this place Mr Ed Hubbard and Postmaster Tom Moore of Princeton were in town Sunday Rochester Wallingford has announ ced his intention of enlisting in the regular army Mr F E McGpry was called to Madiswvile last week by the death of his father Mr Tinsleyand family ot Kuttawa ere gupsts of Mr J P Reeds fam ily this wefk Wo are loading another car of old iron Bring in your old iron copper brass and rags Schwab Rev J S Htnry administered tbo ordinance ofhapthm to five convoita at Union Suuday Misa Nell Walker speut Saturday and bu day with friends iu the He bron neighborhood...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 June 1899

HHmmMHHHIIMHHMMIMtHimMIIHtM PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CLEANSES THE LIVER AND BOWELS ahd tortotzs the ststem to kzsist raxvAiiniG sisxaszs complcio was a little longer term I havo said 1 believe In doing business on a principle and if there is any thing that should bo governed by a principle it hour public schools If ono teacher can do just as good work for 125 per month as the one does for 50 why cot employ the cheaper and get moro woik done Everybody knows that some first class teachers are forced to take third class flcbools every jew Now why cant this samo teacher teach fie first class school for tbo same money be can tbo third class school He thkes It because tho law says he may have it There is no principle in tho way wo Kentucky teachers havo of ap plying or contracting for schools f r tho public fund Physicians la vvera and others professional men havo tiielr prices and why not we This mode of applying f r and run ning tbo Bohools ib strliily on the principle of trusts and what U m...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 June 1899

If X - l - J 3qti kV v T VOLUME 20 ft Compltt i at Xy a hairs breadth Mesais W J Hill mid Lew Horning were rescued from death by drowning last Thurs- They were engaged in rtpairing a water gap across imey creeK on w B Criders farm llorning was in the water and undertook to swim across a deep hole holding to a piece 0 wwd Thinking he had crowed the danger line ho undertook to walk out but the water was too deep and he went under when Mr Hill went to hii rescue When Mr Horning was brought to the surface by Hills itrng arm the drowning man chit ched Hill around the head and both went under and in a few moments both were struggling for life Ernest Hill then went iu and succeeded in bieaking Horning hold on his father ami shoved the hall drowned boy to shallow water While he was doing this V J Hill sank and Mr W B and tak Urider csme upon tho scene ing in the situation he plunged in and after a strugglesucceeJed in rais ing the fast sinking body of Hill and the lour men were at last on 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. — 15 June 1899

fe bg ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONKYKAR 3cdSaUat ORE DOLLAR FOR KKLUKSENTATIVE Wo arc authorized to announce TJ NICKEL a can lldato to rcprcBcnt Orlltcndm And Livingston counties In tho next General Assembly of Kentucky Ls c mdldaey is subject to the action of fio Democratic party Election Nov ember 1890 Twenty Years Ago Tho 1itEsa rounds out its twontieth year with this issue As wn are no much given to tho habit of wasting breath in blowing our own bugle preferring that our work rather thai our word tell the talo of tho twenty year that havo swiftly and witba not unpleasantly glided by we have no personal reminiscences nor pointed pages of history to set before out readees Ttio county has grown in many respects since June 1870 and the Punas flitters itself that it lias assisted along some lines in that growth The 1re33 has grown since June 1879 and tho good people have assisted in that growth hence has each not been benefitted by tho exis tence of the other As there is sti...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 June 1899

5 fMv8vNiSS i The Racket IS THE PLACE To get goods cheap All we ask is for you to look at our goods we are sure to please you in quality ana price fa We Receive New Goods Every WrH wrftn Remember the place i door west of post office t J H DANIELEY I 5vgSsftft1IVv8SfiSS SE 3Pte R C Walker Publisher LOCftL BReviTies Geneang wanted Schwab Briut ub your geusang Schwab Wanted Dry washed May applo oot Schwab Cheap fruit iars at McMican B o ml am cheat at McMican Boazs John Goings of Fords Ferry has a now girl Mrs J G Rochester has been very ill several days Mrs Cora Crider has returned from Louisville Molasses 20 cents per gallon at McMican BoazV If you want a coal oil stove seo McMican Baz Miss Lena Woods has returned from Madisonville Wanted dry May applo root Schwab Mr Sal B oz spent some days with friends in Marion last week Dick Sharp was acquitted of the charge of breaking thepeace Mrs A M Gilbert is visiting her Bister Mrs Lee at Blandville I have a good clover pasture west of 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. — 15 June 1899

y - tfWm a HALF HOUR WITH HDH n ma vuu uji3 miLs uiixlwj h fcnni a IdURDiiKOUS ELEPUiHT Dun Illcc the Old Circa Man Tell Hotv Up Pimuil n Ilo Keeper for thn Vlcloan Itomeo 4 MyeleplmntTComcownB n murderous britle Hcfore coining to this country lie lirul Killed three men ami after hit arrlwtl he Killed four more I bought Jtomao In ilerlln In the lete forties On the journey to this countrj he killed Ills Kerpcr on shipboard Later ho killed Joe Xobles In Pitt burgh Frank Gray In Iouislllc Cnhln 1ortcr near IndlanupollB and little Ed die Smith near Yonkcn X Y The great creature either killed or fright ened away ctery person who hnd the care of him but one and that was a ROMEO AND HIS BOY CAPTIVE Keeper of his own selection The htorj of how the selection n made Ib Inter tstlng It mir ut a little ton n In Dutchess count N Y A throng of Idlers sur rounded the notorious elephant one won ng Among them wub a box named Arthur Searles the son of a locil mechanic He unconsciously stood dangerous...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 June 1899

iV i u w VOLUME 21 fMkVVVMV I School Sioohs t Complclt J2in 2 3 r 2 Orhws JDrug Store 5 DEDICATION A Large Audience Hear the Ser mon and Witness the Ceremonies At tho Cumberland Presbyterian Church Flitctn Hundred Dollars Subscribed The dedication of a church to tho worship of God ia an important evont in the history of any community The little log churches that were built in this county early in tho century and on down havoexertod un infldenco for good in our civilization that no man can estimate bo the dedication of tho moro pretention edifices ol today are events that will color tho thoughts and shape the destinies of many gen erations that come after us hence the services at the new Cumberland Pres byterian church in Marion Sunday may be tormed a red letter day in the hiptory of tho community In 1889 the Cumberland teriaop through the work of Rev i James Price organized here with a membership of twenty three and the little band has been gradually grow ing as God blessed its eflo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 June 1899

y r if wbaw i ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker OHXYKAB OWE DOIXAB JEOIl ItELItKSENTATIVE Wo are authorized to announce TJ NICKEL a candidate to represent Crittenden and Livingston counties In the next General Assembly of Kontucky his eindlducy Is subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Election Nov ember 1809 Who Will Win At the same hour last Paturdy lb Democrats of every county In lb State met In mass convention to ap point delegates to tho Btate Conven tion which convened in LouUville yesterday at noon The result of the c utnty convention left the contels unsettled There are 1092 delegate in the convention and the man wh niiia miiDt have 547 votes None of tho candidates have this number There ro contesting iHegatioi s i eighteen counties and a uumbir ol counties leit their delegates hence no accurate btatemeii of tho strength of either of the three candidates can be mace Counting the regular delegation in every co test the strength of the candidates is about this way Hardin 368 Hto...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 June 1899

f II fi ilTnrir IT fiil TH ffiTiT naActaAAA smjmjm Cvt22Sv22s2n UV5 P ffV WW VV WW V V W WWW S w w fm - i The Racket 9 IS THE PLACE V To get goods cheap All we ask is for you to look at our goods we are sure to please you in quality and L price f We Receive New Qoods Every Week - J Remember the place i door west of post office J H DANIELEY ftftSvSSSS Wk ji R C Waiter Publisher local BReyiTies Gensang wanted Schwab Bring us your gensang Schwab Populist convention next Monday Mr 8 Gugeuheim is in Evansville Sol Hunt is down with malarial fever Cheap fruit iara at McMican d B ttit The city council wants some new side walks R F Haynes was in Evaneville Wednesday Wanted Dry washed May apple oot Schwab Mrs M R Gilliam is visiting friends in Marion Born to the wife of W R James June 10 a fine girl Mr Wm Padon of Livingston was in town Monday Come in while you are at court and pay your subscription We pay top price for gensang Schwab Rev W H Miley and wife return ed irom Virginia Friday Don...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 June 1899

SO FATHER SAYS I lah that Id lieen grandpa chU4 That I could had the Joy Of flshlnc In thoae good old daya When father naiaboy For then the fish crew bigger far Than they do nowaday And literally packed the atreojna At least so rather aaya They never caught a aucker then That didnt weigh a ton And pickerel were longer than A modern Armstrong gun iThey used to yank out halibut 5 In hundreds from our bayn r And shad ran up the banks to bits At least bo father as The never thought of using bait To lure the wily trout They reached a bushel basket down And simply dipped them out And In absut an hour or two Theyd All up several drays And sow them through the neighborhood At least so father says In short they caught so rauny fish That fore their sport was through The stream where they were fishing woula Go down a jard or two And not an angler failed to come Home loaded In those days A habit father still pursues At least so mother says Boston Courier nn II I So Like a Woman TT IS so unreaso...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 June 1899

r h dJsiA ftsLm S i VOLUME 21 R W f f Complett jCini Jit S -v 1- j Ormes 3rug Store m e T J NICKEL Cnndldate for the Democratic Nomination for Representative SCORES FALLING A Soldier Writes About the Condition ol Our Army in the Philippines Marinette Wis June 24 High D McCoshan for years a resident of this city aud now serving as sergeant jn Compny H Fust South Dakota volunteer infantry in the Philippines sends startling accounts of the condi tion of the volunteers The state soldiers he says are falling by scores from bullets disease and heat and mon are ordered to the front from their beda iu tho hospitals Mr Mc Coshand letter has caused a sensation for truthfulness a he bsars a reputation ness aud reliability Tho letter which is dated at Manila May 12 aud is addressed to Joseph Liurrmau a oal merchant is as followr Wo left the trenches March 25 to in ive on Malolos It was a costly movement for us We lost men every day fighting prao ically all the way to San Fernando If tho people ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 June 1899

- j J Jbes ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher OlfKTKAB OKX DOLLAB FOU ItKPIlKSKNTATIVK Wo arc authorized to announce T J NICKEL a canilldnto to roprcsent Crlttondon and Livingston counties In the next - General Assembly of Kentucky Hl8 candidacy Is subject to the action of the Democratic party Election Nov ember 1899 The uoralneo lias been located and bis name it is William Qoebel He W8B not our first choice be whs n t our Bccoud choice hut he is the cboico nf the majority of the 1092 delegates assembled in the LouisUl convention and we drop in li e Uill GoebelH chief oiiemics befo the plunge of ibo Goebel amendmen to tha election law were the railronit and o he r corporations ol ibo 8it Thats not a bad rfcommondati v Toe man who stands for ten year betveen the encroachments of organ ized greed and the rights of the peo pie is eiititled to some consideration no matter what our preconceived no tions of him may be Since the patsage of the amend ment to the election law he has been mor...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 June 1899

C3iSvSvSs3vSS3s r a The Racket IS THE PLACE To get goods cheap All we ask is for you to look at our goods we are sure to please you in quality and price We Receive New Goods Every Weekv ml Remember the place i door west of post office J H DANIELEY sgssss i g t Jfc K R C Walker Publisher LOCftL BReUITieS GenBang wanted Schwab Senator Dcboo is iu Washington Bring us your genBang Schwab Teachers instilute convenes nexl week Mr Frank Orr spent Bunday at Crider Cheap fruit iara at McMican B zs Squire Morgan has been sick sev eral days Al Woods of Fredonia was in town Friday Wanted Dry washed May apple oot Schwab Mr A B Daniel of Lola was in town Monday Born to the wife of Thos McEuen June 22 a girl Mrs A M Gilbert returned from Blandvillo last week Mr J B Belt of Hamsburg was in town last week Mies Edna Cossitt visited friends in Uniontown last week Dr Will Clifton of Dycusburg was in town last week Mr J A Farmer and wife visited friends in Caseyville last week We pay top pricea for gens...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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