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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 August 1899

i tfl tfnliii I ill ii nitl ft ff ft i iiiE ii y Romantic Spot of Unusual In terest Which Is Located Near Porto Rico THE HAUNT OF PIRATES An Ideal Spot for Freebooters to Hide Their Booty Caves Galore In tricate and Inaccessible Mime of til Cftverun uf In Mona lit tlio Vicinity ot Cups Culgo lrataut Still Umlituuteit Truce of lruto UwlU Are lram With Sinister lliru 130000 In Coin nml U Uneiirllicil At the centre of the sea of the An tllh nt the nililille of the passage which M imratos St Domingo fioiu Iorlo Itlco tlifie raises Itself above tin waves a Hlivp rock to which the ancient Spnnlsh navigators jjitvo the iiiiiiu of la Mona or Moulin tlio llttlc Mmikry Aiiioiik tin Nillorn of the Antilles la llona Is always called tin Mmid of tltatcs anil It Is thought to conceal niysteilotu treasures It Is an Immense chalky Mock Mven klloiueties long anil four or live wlile leailus Its summit Hat as u tulilo to thlit or fort metres above the sea Tin wines always ngitntetl In these ciMsts hav...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 August 1899

I- in r HfW J j if A K 5 A VOLUME 21 Complete J2in 3t NEWS IN BRIEF Tim nlinrnli fiWIiB nil of tbo bfBt agricultural lnml in the Phillippiner Tbe experiment of raUing to in Smth Carolina Ins proved success fill Smnllpnx is sproading in towns on the Kentucky Tenncaseo ami Virgin ia border Miss Clara Harton Bays there nie in Cuba 50000 destitute children of recoccenlrados f The draining of iho famoua Rtel foot lake baa uceu stepped by tem porary injunction CliieiWiilcie jf the Seciet Servico eayB counterfeiters are lliuiiahirg in the Philippines and in Cuba ilavaua and Porto Ivico T ho United States is said to Lave plrclioted frm Chili tcveral islauds c the Wellington archipelago fur ue bb coaling stations In Bell county Ky Mormon prea chera wtra attacked by n mob and unnieroifully beaten and mado to leavo tbo county It is stated that Chairman Toncf oftbiemocratic National Commit- tee will resigti by tbe timo of the national convention f The Italian government bos maiion that four 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. — 10 August 1899

eon to A 1A KJ to ffii to m to ill to f fl ACMIRAL GtO DtWIT -pr ji ft kept 500000 in their pockets that they will turn over to the book trust Let overy man who buys a speller for his boy when schools opens paying 17 cents therefore remember that practically the same book is purchased by the Indiana school patron for 10 cents The seven cents saved to the Indiana represents Goebelism in so far as it applies to school buokB If KeutuckiauB want to keep ism out of the school book business in his State he may follow the Post and continue to pay the seven cents roy alty to the book trust Put Goehel ism into the school book business in Kentucky and you save seven cents on every speller and make a propor tionate saving in the purchase of all other books you niUBt buy for your children How about the prison commission bill We have beforo us a statement from I In- warden of the branch prison at Eddyvillo making a comparison of the cost of that institution to the State in the month of July 1898...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 August 1899

t Henry Armstrong is nitiable condition A cancer has eiton away his chin Jeff Chittenden who fell from a house two weeks ago and broke bis leg is out upon crutches Mr G G Hammond has added sime fine specimens of petrified wood to his collection of curios Mr Alvin Perry returned from Lebanon 0 Tuesday where ho has been attending college Messrs A C Moore D B Kevil an 1 Ira Pierce are at the Madison villo fair this week - Rev J F Price is spending this week with his congregation at Lis man Webster county Miss Rota Kevil returned Saturday from Pike county where she has been visiting for several weeks Ono of Gus Huraraervilles horeeB got entangled and fell breaking a leg and had to bo killed Mr C 0 Shankland is stopping with friends in town He has recent ly returned from Arkansas Mr A Dean received a fine South down ram laBt week from a well known breeder in Ohio Dr Washburn and wite of Marion 111 passed through town Friday en- routo to Livmgston county D Charles Rorer expects to move fr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 August 1899

i ii m EIllffluliN An Uncommon and Hair-Raising- Adventure in a Farm House A VERY LIVELY CORPSE Chopped His Wife and Her Lover in the Head With an Axe and Left Between J wo Suns The IoNoii With Which She Hurt DiimmI IIIiii Did Nut lluo the lt Hlrctl KflVet lliMl ii llluoily Settle ment Wltli tho Cullty Couple Which Crutlllril Him Torty yeaid or more ago said a business man from a central Ohio town I was n snrlchtly young adven turer of 2i yeais on my wny from tho State of New York to that point In the midst of the Huekeycs wheio I tlnnlly Mopped and made u pretty fair situ ess of myself I was poor and was working my way along from placo to plice without nny pnrtlcuhii oh Jen In view except the remote one of leaching tho Western Reserve where I h d friends unless sotnctiilng hetter turned up on the way I had got well amiis through western Pennsylvania nml liming gathered in a few dollar cxtia at one small vlllago I concluded I vouhl move on to a larger and hottor one lifty miles to t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 August 1899

i It ft t VOLUME 21 NEWS IN BRIEF Thousands of acres of ripe wheat were d atroyed in North Dakota by a hailstorm The destruction to tho whent crop by Thursdays baiUtoim in North Dakota and Miuncaota is placed at 3000000 buBhels A lund of 810000 ha been raise at Rio de Janeiro Brazil to purchase jewel for Madame Dreyfus wife of the prosecuted French Captain Alexander McDonald King of the Klondike who was a multi millionaire failed owing 96000000 He has Marled to work agaid as a poor miner It is believed that tho recent bur ricane iu Porto Rco will result in a failure of numerous merchants and planters who owe European houses Robert L Walker the man who b oke McKinley a few years aero filed a petition iu bankruptcy placing his liabilities at over 8100000 with no aeaestB The Japaneee Government has sent two officials to the United States to investigate the tobacco trade with a view to increasing tho importation of American tobacco into Japan Government Commissioners have made an agreem...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 August 1899

lfcS ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONKTKAB ONE DOLLAK FOIL REPRESENTATIVE Wo are authorized to announce T J NIOKEL a candidate to represent Crittenden and Livingston counties In the next Goneral Assembly of Kentucky His candidacy Is subject to the action of the Democratic party Election Nov ember 1899 Great crowds greeted Messrs Goebel and Blackburn at their tmiutmeulB in the First district Il the Hiithumtm with which the on a 1 ir ifiivermir in received by Dfiinicriicy nl this district is any in dicaii ii cit ihe fftu iUiii it may U safilv urn cted that ho will recene the old lime m i ritv in the Id Gibrallra His speech at Ma field was a clear c incise statement of the issues backed up by arguments as stroDE and iorcelul as anv that ever sood behind Democratic doctrine Ho left no doubt of his position on overv stato issue and no question as to his attitude towards the Chicago platform William Jennings Bryan and Jo C S Blackburn and that position ought to satisfy yc3 gratify ev...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 August 1899

ffl f f V 01- 1 fr I The Racket g IS THE PLACE 2 S art To get goods cheap All we ask is for you to look at our goods we are sure to please you in quality and 2 9 We Receive New Goods m Every W imftr - gj Remember the place i door west of post office j H DANIELEY MMV9i R C Walker Publisher local Bevrries I have a good buggy maro for salo Will sell on time Jesse Olive John Jitk has a brau new boy at hia house Mr Win Morgan ii atill confined to his room Mr It P Hayiiea was m vans villo last vrek Creed Taylor visited relatives in Dixon last week Mub Mabel Freeman of Fulton is vieitiug in Maiion Mrs J J Clark has been quite sick several days Mr D W Rector of Hampton was iu town Friday Mr II U Worten of Hampton was in town Monday Mies Zna Hubbard is visiting friends in Lyon county Walter Backburn and wife return ed to Louisville Tuesday Miss Edna Moore is visiting rola Uvea in Joneaboro Ark Mra Roney and Mrs J W Wil son are at Sebree this week The Elizabefhtown 111 Indepen dent has suspen...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 August 1899

SCALE INSECTS lrof tlnliiitlon IMorjlnllil Shit lUilo miM Wrltra CniieernlnB Tltaiu Tliciv Ih no group of Insects of piiiilcr importuned to horticulture to day than that family which Includes the cicaturcs popularly known us w cldx bail lice or swilo Inset In They nre to the licut Icult mist In many locali ties what the chlncli bug Is to the iigrl culturlst In the CentriU West There Is cjitecly u shruh or tree tlmt Is not subject to their attacks and In many places extensive orchards have lieen ruined by them The minute size of the creatureh the dlllleulty of destroy ing them and their wonderful repro ductive powers all combine to make them the most formidable of the pests of our orchards Notwithstanding the great Importance of these Injects very little attention was given them until after the discovery of the San lose sciHe in the Knst In 1MKI It Is not au Uncommon occurence to llnd oranges lemons pears apples and other fruits In our local markets covered with scale Insects The mer...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 August 1899

7 t si f VUMrV1 oeiooi ZiSoolis Complete Mine NEWS IN BRIEF A doion Mormon missionaries - aro to be cent into Ohio Iowo Democrats and 1opuliata bavo eidorsed tho samo stato ticket At Catkon China 10000 robbers surrounded 500 soldiers killing and wounding 350 of them Jas Bsnoist an infidel who died at Kansas City last week left his fortune of 8150000 to religious organizations Tho New York Alderman have pasted a resolution appropriating 3160000 fi r Admiral Deweys rece p tion Kight hundred Ions of provisions and olhtr supplies for the hurricane sufferers in Porto Rico left Philadel phia Monday A letter from Porto Rico says 2000 peoplo lost their lives by tho receent storm The crops aro totally destroy ed Children aro dying by hundreds from starvation and exposure Speaker Reed is still noncommittal as to his political intentions but lead ing Republicans in bis district say ho baa not changed his plans and will give up his seat in Congress Gov Bradley has issued a prcclama tion at the ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 August 1899

Pkc ISSUED WEEKLY 1 ALKER - i nt ONE YEATS Publisher - ONE DOLLAR FOIt HELUtESENTATIVE Wo are authorized to ntmounco T J NICKEL a candidate to represent Crittenden and Livingston counties In tlio next General Assembly of Kentucky Ills candidacy Is subject to tlio notion of tho Democratic party Klectlon Nov ember 1899 While various important questions aro springing up to interest tho aver age man tho trusts go right along springing up prices to interest every body In most instances you -pay your moiHV and lako your choice but upiii tlii ccc isioii you can take either Out hoi or Taylor without any out lay whatever Old Atlas seems to have broken alonse from his ancient Greek moor ing and turned over hisj b ol holding the world on his shoulders to Mr J Y 1 of Kentucky Politics have uot gotten si hot in this county yet as to melt tlio picks and shovels of the gold hunters and the main talk ie I have dug I am digging I will dig Fulton comes to tho front with anoher lynching The frequency ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 August 1899

T rf r rnaVT K A CALL jj toWS R C Walker Publisher DEATHS HARVEST Mrs A J Uenuett and Mrs Geo M Travis Pass A way Ms George M Travis died at her homo east f Marion Mondiy morn ing after a very biief illueps She -was ill at the camp meeting last week but went home much better and im proved bo rapdly that her friends wore not in the least apprehensive of any danger She was taken suddenly worse Sunday night and died Mon day morning She was a daughter of the late F N Wilson and was an excellent Christian woman Mrs Bettie Wnllace Benuott wife of Mr A J Bennett died very sud denly at her home near Tolu Satur day Aug ID 1899 Mr Bennett was the daughter of Mr Wm Wallace a member of a large and- influential family living some years ago in tho Wistern part of Crittenden county She was born April 29 1847 March 14 1872 she was happily married to Mr A J Bennett and through 27 years was a devoted wife a loying affectionate mother and a kiud aud generous friend She was a member cf tho Presbyo teri...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 August 1899

4 DEIrOF GOEBEL Keynote SouncTcJ In the Kcn tucky State Campaign ALL ISSUES APTLY DEFINED Position of tlto Loyal Democrat 1h the Present Vital Contest ANSWER TO EACH QUERY Gallant Standard Bearer Fearlessly DIa cusses Problems of the Day REPUBLICAN MISRULE ARRAIGNED Sturdy Democrats of the Illuo Graft State Formally and Auspiciously Open nt Miiyflcld a Struggle of No tional Interest anil Significance Silver Trusts Expansion anil Stat Problems Lucidly Touched Upon by tlio Speaker In the Presence of a Mighty Throng The keynote In the Kentucky state campaign was sounded at Mayfield on Saturday Aug 12 by Hon William Goebel Democratic nominee for gov ernor Sis thousand of the stalwart I ocratic Democracy of Graved the banner Dem ocratic county of the state gathered at the county seat and gave enthusiastic welcome to the standard bearer of the party Senntor Goebel In his speech clearly defined the Issues of the campaign Ilia arguments were telling and clear During the delivery of his pero...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 August 1899

s - l 8K7 kVkU o deflOOl J 0018 i Compleft jOiitf VOLUME 21 NEWS IN BRIEF Tim TexftB cotton crop is said to bavo been ruined by hot winds Gen Oiis has applied the Chine o exclusion laws to the Philippines Contributions to the Dewoy homo fund have swelled the total to 819813 Tho recent storms in Chile are said to havo caused a property loss of 1500000 A Galveston paper says tho corn cron in Texas is tho lamest in the States history Jtis said that owing to Russian op pression 100000 Finianders will shortly leave their country The recent torture inflicted upon six MexicaiiB in a jail in Texas has become an international affair A current belief of the approaching end of the wc rid is causing a panic among the uniducated elates in Kus sia At Furdyce Ark a negro pleaded guilty of having committed a murder for which two men were lynch d four years ago The Chicago labor organization will petition Congrets to enact laws re stricting the rights of Judges to issue injunctions Tho Kentucky Popu...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 August 1899

ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher OXKTKIX OIM DOLLAB KOU UEPBKSBNTATIVJfi We are authorized to announce T J NIOKEIi a candidate to represent Crlttcndon and Livingston counties In the next General Assembly of Kontucky His candidacy Is subject to the action of the Democratic party Election Nov ember 1899 Tho Book Hill Tho Bght or rather the attempted fight against tho Chinn school book bill reminds us of tho story of the old farmer and the young lawyer The with raU farmers son was charged conduct of some nature and had been huBtled ofl to jail Tho father called upon a lawyer for counsel and help in his hour of trouble He stated his case to the lawyer and the latter with the eli quence of a Clay and the wisdom of a Boloraon proceeded to lighten the mental burdens of his client bv explaining that there was nothing in the charges absolutely nothing little or no fighting would be necessary no disgrace would fol low for tho young man could not possibly bo put in jail upon such a flimsy ca...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 August 1899

ty R C Walker Publisher OIL PROSPECTS Mineral Prospectors Find Evi dence of tho Presence ot Oil Mr W D Wallingford who is sink ing a 0x8 foot shaft on his farm near town to uncovor any gold or silver oro that miht bo there has found oil lurking in and around tho rocks to such an extent that ho thinks it possible to strike oil in paying quan tities His shaft is only twenty feet ibep and he will continue to go deeper Mr R E Bighani who is uncover ing a vein of spat near the I 0 de pot has detected tho presence ol oil and is hopeful of finding something more valuable than spar His shaft is only 30 feet deep We learn that a couple of gentle mon representing au eastern company are in this section with a view of pros p cling for oil They cirao yesterday and went to the country at once One of them was here several weeks ago and was so favorably impressed with the nppearauce of tho country that 1 thought it worth his while to return We are informed that they expect to look over the country ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 31 August 1899

rsc TALK ABOUT BANTAMS A Miort Illitory of tlio Origin ol Tito of the Mont 1iipulnr Mmlna Hose Comb Hlnckg sonietfines called Blftclc Africans arc ouo of the oldest nnil still most iKunr Imntnms These like the Scnbrlghts originated In Kus Inucl mid n 10 u rod lij their highest de gree of tlncucss iu that country They are ouo of the most beautiful of our fancy varieties of poultry and are highly rated as egg producers es pecially In view of the small outlay of feed most of them being almost In cessant layers of good sized eggs - i 1ILACIC MOSB COM IIS They are generally ordinary setters nutUuxcellent mothers- defending their chickens usulufct all comers The chick mo father delicate until after attaining their adult pluiuage but af ter that are exceedingly hardy Kose Comb ItluckH should have a nice neat rose comb terminating In a spike Inclining upvfnrd wiinu as Sea brlghts The ear lobe should be pure white round smooth mid Hut and al most the size of n quarter In cocks In general out...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 September 1899

I fi t fr i L Fv ft r Lj ft- if V ft B i r v- rftfi LtV ocnooi nuoooi8 s Complete jClnt 2 2 Ormes J3rug Store 5 VOLUME2I NEWS IN BRIEF The Mg battleship Whconsin will be ready for her trial trip iueido ol three weeks Near May field Joe Griffith aged sixteen shot and killed Clark Beaeley aged fourteen The Democratic Campaign Cera mitteo has engaged headquarters at tho Gait House Between Septomber 12th and 15tb 4600 troops will sail from San Fraii chco for the Philippines Twenty horses and mules perished t vntntn in n fire sunnoeeu to have been incendiary origin The loss of life by tlm hurricane In Porto Rco i uow estimated at 1500 Tho number ot the injured is placed at 3000 Nuto Tucker son ol a prominont merchant at Fulton was shot and per haps fatally wounded while invading a watermelon patch Four cases of yellow fever have ap peared nt Key West The removal of tho garrison of troops has beon ordered by Gen Miles The Secretary of Agriculturo is ar ranging for a scientific inquiry rs ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 September 1899

y fbS IWGU ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ORXTXAB ONK DOLLAR FOR KEWtKSENTATIVJi Wc arc nuthoricd to announce TJ NICKEL a candidate to represent Crittenden and Lhlngston counties In tho next General Assembly of Kentucky Ills candidacy Is subject to tho notion of tho Democratic party Election Nov ember 1899 When a man can not find enough of good in either the Democratic or Republican party lie might ns well go nut of politics ami by the way ho generally does Riv E B Blackburn the Repub licnn nitnineo for Representative ia no novjee in politics Ho is a splendid gpnlleman personally but a Demo crat would have to go a good minj miles to find a stronger or innro tin compronifig Republican Wo have long understood that self preservation is the first law of nature hence we aro not surprised to learn that tho L N railroad is taking its passes from tho newspaper that wil not support iti ticket and giving freo passes to tboio win will Tl aV politics mid shnus that the L N is not a novice i...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 7 September 1899

him admired him for all thoso good qualities he possessed as a christian gentleman and a model citizen Will Clement toi of Mrs J R Clement died at the homo of Imp mother in tho Dunu Springs neighbor hood Sunday morning after some months illness He hail an attack of la grippe last winter and his luuga became involved and from this death remlted rie was nineteen veara old Ho was respected by those who know him and admired for his devotion to hib mothar and sterling qualities as a young man in many respects Ho was buried by tho side of his father at Mt Ziou Monday Bjrry Clark died at his homo in the Hebron neighborhood Saturday after several diys illness of erysipelas He was buried at the McMicati cemetery Sunday evening Ila was one of the best men in his community honest industrious kind generous ho whs respected by all wh knew him He Iciveaawife ami fur children a well as a large circle of frUnds to lament his death Mrs Nora Woodson died at her h me a lew miles east of Marion Thursda...

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