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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 October 1899

GOOD SPEECH CoocreiBBian lluattr Delibts Ills Au dlence With Invincible Arguments Hon A J Hunter the Illinois Congressman addressed the people at this place Friday Tho court house was comfortably filled with people and it was the unanimous expression of Democrats that his was ono of the best political speeches they over heard in Marion He was plain forcetul and exhaustive on all cub jecta he discussed The money ques tion tariff and trusts were his princi ple themes and his exposition oi tho trusts and their relation to and dependency on tho tariff was simply unanswerable He said the Democrats were in fa vor of tho government furnishing nil tho monoy to tho people that thero was only one way to make money which was by law though tho Repub licms seemed to have an idea that it could be made otherwise The Re- publicans destroyed silver reducing the money of the country one hall which reduced tho value ot ever commodity in tho same ratio He said the man who was trying to con vince tho pe...

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

IB k 7 k School 3ooh i Complete n 2 5 Orme8 J5rug Store 5 41 vvwvv VOLUME 21 BOTH SIDES SUFFER First Round Between British and Boers at Ladysmith STRATEGY AND GENERALSHIP SHOWN Bbcrs Assumed a Feigned Position mul Induced tho HrltlsU to Attack Over u Fire Swept Zone Kngllsli disunities Will touch Ono Hundred und tho Dutch Loss Is Heuvy London Oct 31 Mondays engage ment at Ladysmith which despite tho rather heavy losses must bo regarded rather as an extended reconnaissance or skirmish than a battic seems to make lUUpjchnngo In tho actual posi tions l disappointing to the Brit ish public as again revealing tactical skill of an unexpectedly high order on tho part of the Boers In nddltlon to tho possession of a number of heavy guns the transport of which causes wonderment here they have avallablo marvelous ability Unless commanded by skillful Euro pean officers It Is hardly conaldered probable that Boer farmers would havo assumed a feigned position as they evidently did In front of tho ...

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

r i Wk ffo 500000 annually en school books IrX vw ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONEYEAB ONE DOLLAB IOlt REPRESENTATIVE We arc authorized to announce T J NICKEL 1 candidate to roprrsert and Lhlnueti n iu General Asse 1 candidacy Is t r the Democrat ember 1809 Its follow Bryan or p irations and honk trut tn Itten There are just two parties au1 no more in this fiht Its a choice be tween those two whether you will Jo it or not Its all right to tax ourselves to np port the public echool but its a queer piece of business to permit tho Amer ican book trust to also levy a tax over anl abovr their value for the books the children use The county buys about 8100 worth of school books every year lor chil dren whose parents aro not able to buy them Practically the same books can be bought in Indiana and Tennesse ior 850 Why not save 850 of the lax payers money and use it to pay tho countys debt Governor McMillan of Tenneee hrs threo appointments in Kentucky to speak fir thf Dc in ciatic tic...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 November 1899

fy flte5s R C Walker Publisher BliiTOli pf- Ivli lil U R L Fbuiary tfFo da Ferry c ia torn Tuesday Just received a supply ot nice dritd apIe8 J D Bosz A largo lino of freBh canned goods jut fr in the maiket it J D H nzs vtr Al D in h - u i pa em UJ UlCloe bUelUfcbH JBrn to tho wllo ol John E Wat Oct 1G a 6m sir James Henrys house on B ilvillo is uearing completion Btp to the ifo of John Beard on 25 fin l iy bhy K V F i i Mil vfaa 1U I vu M udiy Mies Mnudo Hughos is visiting triouds in Paducah Dr R J Morris spent Sunday with relatives in Morganfield Ed 8mart near Crittenden Springs is very low with typhoid fover Mr Will Browning is clerking for Pierce Yandell Qugenheim Co Mr C E Nunn of Bells Mines pent a few days in town this wetk Min Dora Clement visittd relatives in the Sady Grove neighb irhnod Ian week Marion Clark has accepted a posi tion in Cochran Bakers hardware store Mr A Wilborn an enterprising merchant of Bhckford spent Sun day in Marion Mesdames A D McFee and J E Dean vis...

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

w WW fi Prominent Divine Stronijly Endorses 11m Peinoeriilic Inndidate NOAUNliE A MAN TO TRUST Not Since tiictCHons Day Hits Such a Lender Mood on Hits Firing Jlno til Ilnttln For tho IVmijiIcs Cause Rev V T Tibbs of Mount Sterling ono of the nblest nml best men In Kentucky having been Invited to In troduce Mr Goebel at his speaking ap pointment at Mount Sterling and be ing unable to be there wrote this Etrong Indorsement of the Democratic nominee for governor from Itcd Sul phur Springs Va John Young Urown was one of our best governors During his public ca reer from his llrst speech to the recent day of vacillating weakness when he slipped and fell I followed him with interest nnd admiration as Is my cus tom I sought all Information bearing on his life and character nnd made measurement of the real man I know him I know William Goebel With the ossuiancc of knowledge I nfflrm that the life of William Goebel from child hood to tills stormy hour of battle has always moved on a more ele...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 November 1899

l 9 I m i V hr J School S00ll8 VOLUME 21 Complete J2int 4VWVW rOR THEIR BIG GUNS Await Ibe Boers Before Making Their Combined Attack Hrltlsh Army Criticised Derlin Nov 4 The statement of the Drltlsh secretary of stato for war the Marquis of Lansdowne at the Cut lers feast In Sheffield that tho mili tary preparations In the difficulty with the Transvaal could not be kept abreast of the diplomatic negotiations has evoked sevcro comment on tho part of tho German press which belloves the statement an admission of military weakness duns of tlto lloers Paris Nov 4 Tho Transvaal and Free Stato governments before the wr r placed large orders with the gun makers at Le Creuset but that not all tho weapons could bo delivered owing to tho suddenness with which hostili ties began Tho guns tho Doers are actually using nro Creuscts quickflrers nnd lES milllmcter siege and garrison guns all mounted on light carriages and adapted in every possible way for use over muddy roads Annexed by Tigers - Cap...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 November 1899

i it J t v Ik Pbw Ajjerfs Cherry Unusual opporttmUlM and long x pnuca iniuantiT ii muiirr u tor l iiu jrou iudlc1 aU fr I y til 1 Hi twrtlruttr in - Writ- niuin 11 wlnl irnur iptfue Imt lii with our iirrr 1crtoritl Yuu will rrclTt k liroiublruir without Cvtb AiUutDU J 1 AY Kit Luwll MM 4 ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONKTrAB ONE DOLLAB Will tho Courier Journal taVo to the woods apaiu bo soon na free Bilver ii mentioned Old No 4 scorned to have done business at tho old stand acd evident ly enticed flo 3 tn join her The Hell mid End hns evidenced tin fact that this is not tho tlmuwrd yoirs dnriog which his Satanic mg ory is to he claimed Bradley carried Cnticndtd by 454 T tylor pot only 374 There is eomi halm in Gilead but cm fiiUntially i ht alintr tiowtra in this cue is net what it niicht bn We bt lievu that it vh T J Yale who eaid a mnjirity of tho D mocratf of Dycusburir wcud vote lor Drnwr Deusburg Demncrats bore the brunt of the battle and adjuitted themtelve like the loyal...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 November 1899

f gbe Wiiku I in i in r t bui t1 il lull 1 llit i r ihii S5U iiiilistitr V- l III I I Jll ftr r IJIrtoklonl and voted SgnV iirheii if Crrft is the guest of friends inMnihw MfMlamcs A D NcFe and J E Dau vtattd frundi in Calil C UMV lt Wft k D iMiiv Unit- S h M Wnr iJlackui oiint Liuisville ymindnt 1 Dr J 0 Dixon and Mr J fl Morse went tu St LuU Monday ti buy their stock of drugs J D Botz tho groceryraan wantp nil vnur pits and butler lie pays the highest market price A littlo child of Frank Farmer is very low with paralysis and is hardly expected to recover Mrs J T Hushing and children of LUiivillp are -visiting Mr E E IhurnmuB family 1 Itev G M Buruett went to Crefc woll Tuesday where he will ho enga ged in a meeting for ten days Mr John Shaflir and family ro turuid Saturday from a two weeks visit to their friends in Indiana Mr J -T Franks of Owecsboro and A J Pickens of Fraukfort came to town Monday to remain some dys liav B F McMican returned Moo day from Muhlenburg and Hopkins co...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 November 1899

sy -- vwwwwni St II w WTyWtVe IWVM4WMAVMVMMWMVMM4 MUSHROOMS OUTDOORS Uott a Profltnble Crop Can He Hailed Oatalilc Ilolh In the Spring nil Aatnmn First dig out a trench five feet wide and 14 to 10 Inches deep sloping to wards the center Mix together manure nnd soil nnd form a bed In the trench high enough to be nine Inches nbove the level when well tramped down The shelter Is formed with three by four hemlock for a span roof allowing the north side rafter to oTerlap tho south eight Inches The lengthwlso boards overlap like a shingle roof to turn OUTDOOH MUSHROOM DED tcr The north side boards may be nailed fast and the south side left mov able leaving in the south side six inches of space for ventilation at the top whero the ovcrhnnglng rafters of the north keep rain out When gathering mushrooms the south side boards may be taken off to allow Bpacc to reach In freely The only attention a bed of this kind needs is a slight watering when the crop Is being cut nnd a covering of litter 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. — 16 November 1899

r fUWVWiWW 1 School 5ooh8 Complott jClni at - i 5 Ormes Srug Store VOLUME 21 A Buddhist tcmplo is to bo estab lished in Ban Francisco The Illinois monumento at Chicka minga National Park will bo dedica cated Novombor 23 A report comes from Manilla tbat Agtinaldo and his army are surround ed by the Americans A trust is said to be in organization to control the ship building concerns of tho United States War between Japan and Russia over control of Corea is regarded at London as probable Throe cchctnea to secure pensions for ex slaves have been declared fraud ulent by the Post oiiico Department Albert August Beekner the Ger man butcher who murdered his wife ou January 27 last was hanged at Chicago The natural nas supply in Indiana is giving out and the Dicterich syn dicate has abandoned its plants iu the smaller Ilwub Gen Paredes the Venezuelan haB surrendered after a terrible battle in which G50 persons were kill or wouuded A strike has tied up the Btreet car system of Springfie Id I...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 November 1899

y JkJS ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher 0NEY1AB ONEDOLLAK The li3 has no desire diBpoei liou or intent to keep anything Irum tho public in reference to the reputed cao of smallpox in Marion Wt lavo tho Minuet confidence in our local physicians but thero arc scores ol people well inloimtd people win 1 1 not bclievo there la nny smallpox in Marion ami tho proper way to re move tho doubt is for either the local physicians to seo the caso anil agree or to send for h physician who is fam iliar with the disease from practice The local b mnl ol health the city authorities and the c unity judge owe it to the community and to the county to have this done and done quickly It will cost but little and it might save a great deal Tho opinion of an expert would immediately batUfy tlt public and if it is tho smallpox tin local authoiitics would havo tho un divided suppjrt and earnest co ope n tion of the people in an effort to stamp it i tit on the other hand with a large per cent of ihe people 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. — 16 November 1899

FIGURES DO TALK Heavy Brown Domestic 4 cts worth 6 cts Hope Bleech Domestic 6 cts worth 8 1 3 Best Calicos all brands 4 1 2 cts worth 6 Heaviest Canton Flanel 7 cts worth 10c Good Canton Flanel 4 1 2 cts worth 6c Outings big line 8 cts worth 10c Humbolt Jeans 28 cts worth 40c Best Shirtings 6 cts worth 8 1 3C Q 3fljtt3 R C Walker Publisher Marion Lodge No 60 Kegular meetltigs llrst and third Monday nl ghts in each month In the Masonic Hall Visiting brethren arc cor dially Imltid to attend C G WILSON M W B L WILUOUX Kecorder W J J Paris M D PHYSICIAN MARION KY- Gfliee over Ormes Drugstore Telephone No 27 The horse traders were iu evidence Monday Born to the wile rf Sam Thurrnan I Nov 10 a girl Mr W B Rankin haa purchased a house in Marion Rev Q M Burnett has been quite ick levfral days Tom Williams of Hebron baa a bran new 12 pound bny Frank Oir has accepted a portion iu a drug store at Kvauville Mis Rankin Hammonds of Evans vile is the guest of friends iu Mar iou An infant ol Frank ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 November 1899

WILL WHITE YIELD He Discusses Capitulation With the Boer Commander i i SUCH IS THE REPORT IN BRUSSELS Unrulier Itlowltig Ip tlio Dyiiniiilto Huti Aroimil tlit Klmberlcy Mlnci With Well Dlreetwl Shots ut Luiir Uunac Condition of t lie HoMejjois and MchIckpiI at liulymltli London Nov 14 Lato dispatches from Hktcourt Natal report that helio graph communication haB been estab lished wth Lndyainltli but so far no newa hau been received tho lutest dato beltn Nov 6 which shows that the oc cupants of Ladysmltli had no news of tho outside world slnco General French reached lletermarltzbure nnd that they were puzzled at the Inactivity of the lloera Every ono was confident and cheerful but all were suITerlns the iiuonvonlenca of tho ulege bread Belling at II shillings per loaf Colonel IJaden Powells dashing sor ties at Mitfcklug encouraged tho hope that the llrltlsh garrisons along the western border are all nble to hold out Cecil Rhodes la employing 8000 men white and black at Klmberlcy In ro...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 November 1899

A VOLUME 21 ELECTRIC LIGHTS The Franchise Sold to Boyce and Eddins of Princeton They Expect to Have A Plant in Opera tlon Within A Year At the last meeting of the cily council the electric light franchise for the city ot Marion was offered for sale to the highest bidder and Messrs Boyce Eddins of Princeton were tho only bidders consequently they became the purchasers The franchise is for a period of twenty years and the bid was 825 00 The proceedings so far in an effort to get an electric light plant in Marion have been purely perfunctory or rather a com pliance with tbo law that tho city council might be put in a position to make a contract To hold the fran chise Boyce it Kddius must put in a plant within eighteen months and they have yet to make a coutruct with tho city o unci they may fail on this Tho present city couucil will take no turther steps in tho mat ter but leave it open tor the new council when the latter is installed in January The council will make as liberal a propo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 November 1899

THE PRESS ri iiiisiiri ahikiy R C WALKER Publlahor ONB VUAR ONU DOLLAR NEWS OJ THE WOULD Two cents an ounce U tho now rate for mail to Manilla The populist candidate will con tent Ioiiginos election as governor of Mississippi Over 500 miles of now railroad whs built in the United States dur ing last mouth Hostilities hare been renewed be tween the Mexican troops and tho Ynqiii Indians Jeff Falkner aged ftf a pioneer Pettier of Fort Worth died fiom an overdose of ntoifiliine It is repoited the schemo to form a 10000000 cattle syndicate in Texas has fallen through John Allen a student in a fit Louis college died fiom injuries sustained in a foot ball game iov Jen Ilrooko issued a procla mation calling for tho olnenanco of Thanksgiving Day throughout Cuba Commander Shaw of the 0 A I in a speech in New Yoik City made a pica for more libeial pension law- fien Kun ston left Topcka Novem ber 10th for San Francisco where he will tako the lirat transpoit for the Philippine Doc Herring and Wi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 November 1899

k V w S STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS s 3-3-33 COMPANY INCORPORATED smrrlctn Telegraph Of Hill H llaheil in Kentucky Controlled lly Oie Weitern Unlun Co Lovirvim E Ky Nov IT The Amer ican Telegraph Co of Kentucky was incorporated Thursday with a capital stock of 8110000 Tho concern will establish maintain and opcrntu in towns and cities In this state local sv tems of district telegraph telcphot and electric service and also in towns and cities situated on the Ohio river in other states Tho Incorporators are Charles Smith ami Charles II Gibson of this city and II It Itennctt of Columbus O The concern Is controlled by the Western Union Telegraph Co and will be similar to the service in Cin cinnati A REMARKABLE FAMILY 31uttheu Howard lUrd riir larli lle VV ait the 1A41 of it 1 aliilly of 1 1 tho IargrU III th World Yam Ky Nov 11 Matthew How ard died Tuesday afternoon at his farm near Paris lie was the last of a family of 11 which was the largest in the known world Their combined height was 75 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 November 1899

tf 3PtgttS ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher OHKTXAB ONE DOLLAR Lotusbopo that Gov Braille a aoldiera will not wad their guns with tieesue ballots The Circuit Judge at Glasgow hss decided that W 8 Taylor and W P Taylor are one and the same person A legal ballot aud a fair count is all that any man should demand who would bo satisfied with anything leaB The corruption and fraud in Louis villo shows what a big corporation can do towards purifying politics when it takes n hand If our friends the doctors could agree occasionally it is highly proba ble that more people would go to the next world with a better idea of the cause of their change of locations If the cities are the centers of civi lization tho heart of culture and refinement what will become of us bucolic fellows about election time when we reh the Louisville stan dard of intelligence and polish If the right men would apply for it Judge Touey of Louisville would doubtless grant a writ ordering all the Democratic election ofl...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 November 1899

Ifc 1 Tlm 1 TAYLOR or GOEBEL I FIGURES DO TALK H eavy Brown Domestic 4 cts worth 6 cts g H ope Bleech Domestic 6 cts worth S 1 3 gX Best Calicos all brands 4 1 2 cts worth 6 g Heaviest Canton Flanel 7 cts worth 10c g Good Canton Flanel 4 1 2 cts worth 6c S Outings big line 8 cts worth 10c gg Humbolt Jeans 28 cts worth 40c Rj Best Shirtings 6 cts worth S 1 3C g Unsheard Jeans Pants lined 90cts wth 125 H All wool press Flanels 18 cts worth 25c S Ladies ileeced union suits 25 cts worth 40c g 40 cts worth 65c Scriven drawers heavy 50 cts worth loo jjg Mens boots 125 worth 175 t3 Mens shoes 80c to 275 worth 100 to 400 H Ladies shoes 75cto 250 worth 100 to 350 R5 Pirml DCIlltc Dont stop keep reading 1 nidi lyWDUlu are Money Makers to you Big Line of Overcoats Mclntoshs and Clothing at cctet These Prices Big line of Dress Goods Trim ming Jackets and Capes I tune 11 hln line of Dross OikuN and Trimming Ladle Jackets and Capes and In fact I have cverj tiling to make up a first clas dry good ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 November 1899

f v IF PAW COULD HAVE HIS WAY If an- could linve hli nay I lict that iurty sudden there Would be some changes what would make the people stop and stare They wouldnt be no heroes then exceptln only paw And this would bo the Kreatest world a- buddy ever Navv They wouldnt be no bills fcr gai nor tax fer folk to pay And cars would Jtst be run for fun If paw could have his way If paw could have his way I guexs the grans would grow so quick Id have to mow It ever day to keep things lookln llck And every time my shoes wore out theyd be another pair Ilegln to sprout right oft to keep my feet from gel tin bare An maw nhud set around and smile with out a word to way 11 it only listen all tho while If paw could huvc his way If paw could have his way the men thats holdln olllce now Would never start to do a thing till paw had told them how Theyd never go to war unless he said they ought to go Auil thejd depend on him to show them how to beat the foe The millionaires would even one b work In by ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 23 November 1899

Vj J s lfrlfyfyfyfyltyfrtyfyltyfyfyt 4 Dangerous Experiment Ms own hair stood tin It wus u rnod J JP Jones Tells Hex Ihc Bass Dram Was Introduced to Squan Ci cck T X- By M QUAD Ji CcnwhtiJ 7 4T li Squun Crick had settled down loin jo it pciiotl of pence ami prosperity win n Sulathiil Oieen iitiirniil funn a Iilt to Ihlliiilclphin It wasnt that Siilat lilolV ab iiiiii or imitlc unv particular ilifTrit nee iis fur sis lie was ptiximiilv i oiireruril lint Miitiitliing lie nought with 1 1 1 in came urv nt ir ri using u 1 evolution through out eastern Nin Jersex 1 he olijcct was a liis il rum VilutliitI hud at tended an auction and hid it In with the Idea that Sipian CneK might lie In duced to go ahead and orpanie a brnt N liatul When he reached town he strung that drum around his neck and went inarching up and down and acioss lots and lie not oiilv felt that he was the biggr t man for 40 tulles mound lint doens of piople told him m It wi the list bass drum eicr seen in Siian Creek and i...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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