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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 June 1899

m txi u fr j Hunting a Panther By Joseph E Eodger Jr OIIN TAYLOR wife and family lived one of the border counties of icxan Ilownanoorand atnrteil arming in n tiunibla way but being nkillf til mid industrious lie wiih geltlnir nlicnil In the world when his life nud property wcr both swept nwoy by one of those Mexican forays cen more common then Minn now lly good luck his fnm ily were absent and tlnia cscnpcl shar ing his futc Two horses n ungon and an old hound the charred shell of their log cabin a few odd tools these mid tho land Itself wero nil that the widow nnd her two sons David and Snulelyht and ten years of age had to keep the rtolf from the door The neighbors rebuilt the cabin and gae the Iono ones such aid ns lay in their power but it was one weary never ending struggle for life against starvation Yet they did live nnd two years Inter Da id nnd Saul had earned by night work enough to buy them selves each a rifle and ammunition They were too poor not to become good shots nnd...

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 July 1899

M t t P v p t r kviinut Oeiool JZootis VOLUME 21 Contpltt Jint at DR BOYD KILLED Thrown from HfoCart He Stir Tired Hut a Few Minutes Saturday aiternoon near Lis homo in the vicinity of Tolu Dr A 8 H Byd Jno of the best known physi cians in the county was thrown from his cart and sustained injuries that resulted in his death a few minutes afterwards Ho mutlly traveled in a two wheel road cart when visiting his patients aud about 2 oclock he drove away from his home going towards Tolu A few minutes later his wife was attracted by the noise of a run sing horse and she followed her bus band down th r ad Near tbe foot of the hill a short distance from tbo house sbn found Dr B tyd lying in a gully unconscious and near by were the over turued cirt and horse Phe raised the alarm aud neighbors aus wered her tall The unconsciug form of iho doctor was carried towards his home but before reselling it be expired Dr Clement was called and exam ined the body There wore bruises on his shoulder and ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 July 1899

1 Summer s a fca i - 11 inf ggg5SS5 - - W - - - - y f - V T S1 - tvk f iM If You Could Read 4fr While Asleep m A OUR SUMMER BARGAINS Would Readily Attract Your Attention in Your Dreams Summer Truo to statu and Party And in this connection The Dis patch wants to say that no matter who else may have yielded to the hypnotism or tyranny of tho boar no matter who eUe may have forgotten the great prirciplea of the party Bryan and the cause of the people Jonn nbe and Olhe James stood firm and true to the best interests l their party and state When Ken tucky Democrats renew the fight for the truo faith when they prepare to take possession of the organization to say that tho people and not a bu shall rule the Democracy and that there shall be no turning away from the progressive action taken at Chic ago in 1896 they will look to Rhea and James to lead the loyal hosts o Western Kentucky and they will not be disappointed Louisville Dis patch Wo reported last week the name of the nominee for go...

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 July 1899

svasswsN Te Qfca iw R C Walker Publisher local BReviTies Gontang wanted Schwab Two weeks from Saturday Democratic primary Mr E H Hulteclawhas been very Bick several days He Las flux Mr L H James has been bick some days unable to attend to busi ness Marion seems to be a reading town Two libraries have recently been es tablished I D Nuan has appointed adminis trator of the estate of John Nunn deceased Misa Rilla Jenkin of Elizabeth town Ky is visiting the family of T C Jameson Remember that I have a first clas restaurant Meals or lunches at all hours Copher Yesterday marriage licouse issued to John Henry Iaris and and W D Greer three eminent legal lfghU of Paducah were looking after business In circuit court hero the first of the week Messrs A M Dunbar and John Devers of Hopkins county were in town Monday They aro talking of going into the livery stablo business at tbia place Rev E B Blackburn assisto 1 by Rev Jas Spurlin of Christian coun ty will begin a protracted meeting at Repton ...

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 July 1899

iy with mnmilflccnt distinctness followed by n low clapping of hands from tho audience Here said Hie lecturer we sec ono of those wouderf ill works of nature before the majesty of which we pause abashed and uwe stricken conscious of tho littleness of man his nlms hopes nnd accomplishments This giant cllft has calmly assumed Its sentlnclshlp nftcr somo upheaval of nature maybe centuries ago Ohcne the Just then tho llrooklyn girl was ills turbed by the sound of some one cnti tlously making his way inherdlrection She knew It was a man by the way he AS T1IK LIGHTS rLAHKD UP stumbled ocr his fret and she put out her hand liistinctlwly to prevent him from stepping or hittintr upon her Suddenly she felt her hand grasped con vulsively and ii boyish oIce husky and tiiiifllcd sounded close In her car Great Scott Jessie Tie had the most dreadful time finding this bent In the dark The usher said it was no use that people who came In kite had to sit wherever they could You can Imagine hew I felt...

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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 July 1899

t L t V r yr J School Sioohs I VOLUME 21 Complete JCint RAILROAD Is What You Hear at the Little City of Salem The Eagle Fpir Company Talking Narrow Qauge to Marlon The people of Salem aro all agog over the prospects of a railroad from that place to some point on the Illi nois Central probably Marion The Eagle Flunr Spar Company of Wheeling W Va has for some months past been prospecting for and rainingspar in that section Several valuable veins ot spar have been un covered afd the company finds that it has a valuable prcduct in large quantities but likes adtquato means o transportation and is therefore maturing a proposition to submit to th people for tho onstructioa of a mrrow gauge rail read from Salem to the I C Mr Wm Lwery who has been raanairg the companys busineis was questioned about the matter and taid Yes sir the company wants the road and wants it bo keenly that it proposes to build it if the people will help a little Some of our oinpany will be at Marion in a few days to 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. — 13 July 1899

mm ll wMrM a r - w If You Could Read m While Asleeo ur WA 1 Summer 4SC1 IT1C3 OUR SUMMER Summer Hats a year ago wlen the Goebel election bill was before tbe legislature the paper was its stancheit suppor er When it could have turned the tido tho othor way it was engaged In lam basting Democrats who ware against tbe measure now as a result rf its own effort the law is own the statute books and we find it advocating t repeal What kind of a leader is this and who can afford to follow it Tbe arrest of Angus M Cannon on the charge of polygamy at Salt Lake City brings to the fiont that phase of tbe mormon question again it is said that Gannons wives once num bered six Recently Mrs Matiie Hugtes Cannon who is supposed to be wife number four gave birth to a bouncing girl baby and as a result a warrant was sworn out charging Gaa non with polygamy Mrs Skttie Hughes CaunoF Is a doctor aad a State Senator The result of the trial of Caaaon will be watched for with ia teres by the whole couatiy B...

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 July 1899

svftWWM 339V9W9 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 and price We Receive New Goods Every Wcek Remember the place i door west of post office J H DANIELEY fo HK R C Walker Publisher local BKeimes Gensarig wanted Schwab New goods just received Fobs Dob Enochs is quite sick Jailer Hard has four boarders Mr Milo Barnes tho singer is town Mr ltoss Duvall has moved Salem It was a dry shucking Monday her ID to for county court Mr Anthony Davidson went to Paducah Tueeday Mrs J H Orme haa been quite ill several days Messrs S Hodge and Wm Marble were in town Saturday M II Weldon and wife returned from Fulton last week Rmember Hen in pays more for produce than anybody The local wheat market has opened up at from 65 to 70 cents Wm Freeman of Fulton was in town the first of the wek The Bloomer Girls vs Marion Boys Tuesday evening July 18th Rev B A Cundifl ie holding a meeting at Post Oak this week Chickens br...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 July 1899

S S CONVENTION Geanty Comrentlon to bo at fclloam July 18 Held Prograinmo lor the Meeting j30 Devotions Exerches conducted by H 0 Love Bong by tho Convention 1000 How may best results be ob tain in convention by Prof H Watson 1030 Acquaintance of tbe teacher with the home of the scholar Mr Lillie Flanary Song by Siloam clan 1100 Appointments of committee Mueic by all classes present 1130 How to enlist tho church mem bers Rev Robt Johnson Music by Chapel Hill and ville classes Adj turtnent 400 What will I do to mane next yearn work better thau all the past Mti ic -When tbe R ll is Calltd up Yonder Evrybody owe aud bring well filld baskets R M Franks Co Prest District Convmtlon at Liborty tfiove July 15 1 Devotional exercises 2 R lition of tho Parents to the Sun dayBchool A H Croft and W F Mutt Mubic Siloam Clats ger 5 Music Glendale Class C How to Enlist the Church Mem bers Jessie Porter 7 The Preparation of the Lesson E UMott 8 Music Siloam Class 9 Svstetn without Ruts in Sunday fch...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 July 1899

h B- V lc J K w y School Sioohs i Complete JClnt 2 J2 5 Ormes 3rug Store 5 VOLUME 21 BOB TAYLOR Writes a Letter to tlio Much Abused Mother lti Law From the Illustrated Youth and Age Kn Route May 24 1899 To tie Your Msj sties 1 havo always Ind great chanty for tho mistakes of Adam becauso ho had no motbor iahwto curb him If oho hnd baon there the forbidden fruit would not have been rate n All the world would now be a paradlsp and the t women would sill be dressing In sunslilne and the men would sttll be clad in climate All tlio ills wo now endure are the fruits of sin all sin is the outgrowth of the first trans gression and tho flrt t transgression was coin milted bocauso there was no mother in law to forbid it Satan would havo kept his distance if - Adam had been a son-in-law and even after man had fallen tlio Lord flaw tlmt iin wna nrono to fall stillt lower and bo ho provided the third person singular and named her mother In law to be his guardian angel and watch him day and night...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 July 1899

2j If You Could Read K VYI111C K ft rft eaAs sasAsi s Summer Suits Carter Harrison aud Altgeld have gotten up a little political fued of - Till 1 Ml flimr mvn over in Illinois anu win doubtlees undertake to arbitrate by force a loDgues in the party Some mnn bnvn ii knack of trvinjr to make their quarrels bigger than their party and their litte piques larger than the country If our Boldiers in the Philippine like to fiLht and we have no conscjen tious scruples about tho character of tbo fight let the fight proceed if that ninety niilliouB of dollars it ia costing tho country annually can bo cut down to about fifty cents a head A dollar and a quarter is too much lor a man with a largo family If a man could always ride hia fav orite horse take his favorite road have nothing but his favorite work or fish in hia favorite stream and get his favorite bite have his favorite weath er be with his favorite friend aud get hia favorito candidato on tho ticket to bo voted for every time bow happy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 July 1899

I - vriv OAA m 42v2vCn2vSv2vSs2n Tho Magnet Laundry ia tho only Te R C VALKER 4 Publisher logl BKeimes BirbECiioat the Springs Saturday Ollie James left for Kansas diy Miss Kitty Gray ia vUiticg frionds in Henderson Mr J R Farrip ot Salem was in tiwn Tuesday Dr J V Hayden of Salem wae l i town Tuesday Mr Gus Graves of Dycusburg waa in town Tuesday Mr Milo Biruea is teuching a sinking school at Tolu Ritf E B Blackburn has boen on tho tick list several days Postmaster Worsham of Honder flon was in town Monday Will Adams went to Webster coun ty yrstcrday to write insurance Mr P 12 Riwlett and sou Bob are visiting friends in this county Miss Fuinie Rutter of Carrsvillo is the guest of Jesse Olives family Mrs Tlios McConnell waB the guest of friends in Dycusburg last week Miss Breddye Stodphill cf Madi Eouville is the guest of Mrs A M Hearin The residence of George Henson at Kuttawa was destroyed by Ere Monday t Mr George Elder and sister cf Equality III aro guests of friends in this ceu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 July 1899

I Ill s 11 Austin B dwell One of the Most Darmg Criminals the World Ever Saw ROBBED ENGLISH BANK Secured Five Million Dollars on Forged Securities and Could Prob ably Have Gotten More Was Horn In Hurtforil Ct bX Commenced Life ns Office Boy in u New York Stock llrokcrs Office Saw Much Corrupt Dealing and Con hi nt Itcmnln Honest Austin BIdwell Is dead Ills death marks the end of the earthly career of one of the most daring and successful criminals the world ever saw says the Chicago Chronicle Few men have been able to rob the Dank of England Uldwcll was one of that few He so cured 5000000 on forged securities and but for he vengeance 3f soma American confederates In former swin dling games might easily hare made the sum ten times greater This mam moth crime stamped him as not only fc very daring man but a wonderfully Shrewd crook BIdwell was Anally caught and sent to a British prison for life He was pardoned and returned to America making Chicago his home until he died While his rob...

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 July 1899

f I h V 4 I Ci i School Sioohs VOLUME 21 Complete JClnt Jit r 2 Ormes Srug Store NEWS IN BRIEF Maturing of tlio crops ia Cuba has been delayed by lack of rain Tim Black Jack gang of robbers is terrorizing Texas and tho Southwest Tbe most impressive volcano erup tion in tliiity years is now in progress in Hawaii Admiral Dewy cabled that ho ex pects to arrive at New York about October 1 Tho C dorado Supreme Court deci des that the eight hour labor law is uncoi stiiulional The survivonMif the Oiphan Bri gade hi Id their annual reunion at Glafgow Saturday AtTallulah Lu Bix Italians were lynched for tho attempted murder of a prominent physiciau It is reported that the iron iiirnac p erptfd several years ago at Grand Rivers have been sold to English cap italists The Post flico Department will next year ak an appropriation for auto mobiles to ollect the mails iu fit claes ciiiep A town of 400 in which thero are only Uo white people is to be iucor poraled in Alabama All municipal ofiicialb ...

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 July 1899

- S prt ISSUED WEEKLY Ar R C Walker Publisher 0HKYK1B ONX DOLLAR FOIl ItELUtESENTATIVE Wo nro authorized to announce J NICK EL a candidate to roprcBont Crittenden and Livingston counties In tho noxt nnnriii arroihIiIv of Kontucky Ills candidacy Is subject to the action of the Democratic puny wtu -ember 1899 Stato Inspector Lcelio lias been lo ill I llw inln llin fllPlI lie reports that there is no prospect of another outbreak soon Crittenden came very near turning the work of nominating a candidate for the legislature over to good old Livi jistou this time The nominee is eminently satisfactory Wo would like to know if tht Dis patch i for or against the election law by this time I it for or against tbo Kipprr bille Is it for or against the Cliiun school book bill President McKinloy it seemsj is sloiv to learn some things Ho lias appointed a negro postmaster at Flor ence S C ami there will be trouble The nefro race -Lifers by these ap pointments If tho Courier Journal wantp to como ba...

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 July 1899

v mi pttftS R C Walker Publisher local BBeumes Mr Arthor Fiuley is visiting Iricnda in Dycusbutg J 11 Wood of Weston was in town jesterday Misa Mary Maxwell returned from Paducah Monday Mr Wm Bennett of Dyouaburg wis in town Tueeday Mm J W Givens ia spending this week with relatives in Rufus Misa Luzie Fort of Cadiz is the guest of Mr W T Carleaa family Mrs Susie Perry and littlo sou o Paducah returned home last Friday Mrs Oug and Mies Minnie Brown of Tolu are gueat of friends in Mai ion Mrs Mary Miller of EnGeld 111 is the gueat of Mr John Cochran a family Mr A Wilborn will move to Blackford and go intj tho grocery business MhB F Dorr returned from Padutah Sunday where she had been visiting friends Mrs Sue Frazier returned lrora a viiit to frienda in Caldwell Spnnga neighborhood Friday Rev Milton Elliott an eminent divine and educator of Mayfield ia at Crittenden Springs tbia week Mr Albert Lamb will soon go to Little Lot Tenn where bo will pro bably take chajge of a ilouring mill ...

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

f - ii i pin Game in a Danse Afri can Jtmgla A SAMLL BOY STOLEN Experiences of the French Explorer Fao in Trailing an Animal and Killing Him Whole Population of an African Vil lain Turned Out to Take Itcvcngo on the Animals Dead Koly Per forated It With Speur Thrusts and Cut Oir its Head The French explorer M Edouard Foa tu suthctr of tho volume From the OiffB to Lake Nyaa Is now pub llshluii an aceoifai of hfs exploits as a Hon and elephant hunter Vhfch the FrtBch jmpers aro printing coiisplcu ouuly The following 16 his atory of a lion chase In Tchlrcmlo Wo found the tfall bekinil the house which proved that he bihto had gone around It With tho trail ther were footmarks of a child Evidently he had been seized by tho upper part of the body Them we found a row drops of blood Tho animal passed tkrough one of tho streets If we may call them streots of tho village lead Ing toward the river going along with his burden In front of more than twen ty huts The Inhabitants had not been arouse...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 August 1899

t ft i School Soohs t VOLUME 21 Complete Hint Jit n t 5 zrmu a nisruy jiui v NEWS IN BRIEF Two murderer ono u white man and llio other black wero elcctrccut cd at Sing Sing Monday A call has been issued for a meeting of the National Federation nt Colored Men in Cleveland August 10 A supremo ciurt martial will try Ueua Toraland Barja for surrender ing Santiago to the American An American warship wid be sent to Ban Djraingo to guard our inter ests during the trouble which is threat eutd The Republican campaigimanagera cliim to havn ground for hoping that Got Bradley wHl tako the stump for their ticket The natives of ono of the Caroline Islands including the King have ib warded n petition asking lor annex ation to the United States The California volunteers have sailed from Manila for home and the North Dakotnt Wyoming and Idaho rrgimonts are to promptly follow Negrocp attempted to murder a man in Georgia who lurniehcd blood hounds to track Sam Hose the black brute who was burned at 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. — 3 August 1899

i if cOTNlOHtlo HCMIRAL GIODCWCV B u 8r SL -mi g m l ST- ONK IKAR QEfos i CP ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONE DOLLAR FOIl REPRESENTATIVE Wo 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 the action of the Deinrwrtliiiirty TlPiitlnti Ninr Cmber 1899 The minerals dug from the earth in Crittenden are getting to bo as numerous and varied as the politi cians she Bprouts I Mr Bryan says that the thing to do is to support tho ticket but there are some lolks around Louisville who didnt seo things as Mr Bryan did in 1896 and their eye sight does not seem to have improved Admiral Dewey is reported to have Baid that the next war we have will be with Germany Is there not some more half civilized islands some where on the globe that destiny will send us out to christaiuize with the rifle There are a lew score of men in the State who would gladly bavo taken that nomination...

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

v Jailer Hard haa hear from his boarders who breakfast last week JJ - w - - CSvftSv5ivSsSSSv R C Walker Publisher LOCftL BReviTies Pierco Butler went to Illinois Mou diy Mr A Zifi spent Sunday in Louis ville Henry Haynes is visiting friends in Corydou Ed Olive bpent last week in Cald well county Sam Morgan of Blackford was in town yesterday Mrs Jlo A Haynes is visiting rel atives at Corydon John Clark bought 1200 bushels of wheat last week Ernest Paris is visiting friends iu Elizabetbtown III Ed Davenport of Liviogston was n town Monday Senator W J Deboe returned from Washington Saturday Hilly Boa is the happy father of a big ten pounp boy M L A Weldon of Tolu was in town a few days this week TtaKna nml fnmilvnro visit- ng relatives at Mt Vernon Iud Messrs W D Haynes and C Y Haynes went to Fredouia Saturday Oliver Hurley is clerking in the grocery store of Mr John D Boaz Mr J V Shewcrnft of Livings ton county was iu town yesterday Mr W T Martin and wife of Liv ingston were in town s...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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