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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 December 1899

THE PRESS lVllMSIlKIl WKKKIY R C WALKER Publlshor ONB VUAR ONI DOLLAR NEWS OF THE AVOHLD A son of ficn Hood of tho Con federacy is fighting with tho Iloers Commander E I Wood l S X ono of tho heroes of Manila Hay is dead The prohibition national conven tion will bo held tit Chicago Inno 27th next Mexico lias a pretty good sized job on hand to subdue the hostile Vuqui braves Tho lHOO reunion of the United Confederate Veterans will bo held at Louisville in June It is reported that tho 1liilippinn commander Cien Alejandrino with his staff has surrendered An earthquake Fhock was dis tinctly felt in Weber and Durics counties Utah on the 14th It is reported tho big Texas cattle syndicate recently organized is closely identified with the leather trust During n heated religious contro verey Prof Dwycr of Butte Mont dropped dead from heart disease Within the past month over 11000 Spanish prisoners held by tho Phil ipinos have been released by the American forces Tho Texas legislature will be...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 December 1899

IT jJ 2EEfifci 1 1170MB iBQSECia l I AM OH TO YOUK LITTLE GAHE for in a wnth turfed out from the town of Watrrbur but leinnie observe that before leaiiig home 1 got a few winters- on this town One of em was to let the green goods business strictly alone and I will now pais on in search of other ndientures Tlic linn nnd tin- 7iihr An eastern man bethought him to trawl into the wist nnd see with his own eyes if it were true that there were cows to be found without horns nnd barbed wire fences that walked around at night As he lay in his lied in a small town one night he was rudely awnkened by a great noise and a feel ing that something was wrong and presently he nro e nnd went Into the street to find that many buildings weie being blown down by a great wind lie wns rushing hither and thither and calling out in his perturbation when a dencn of the town alighted near him and nsked Why oil tlis monkey business my friend What has occurred to disturb jour peaeo of mind It is tint this yeph...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 December 1899

t I h 1 CCS ioyy jsAasaifta The State Board of Health will Jave to have tbe legislature paw law defining and describing swaHpox before the public is fully satkned that The Home Stretch Is Towels Handkerchiefs Table Linens Neckties Rugs Fancy Goods Ever shown before sstaa iZsxssAa SBtsiBsi - that disease is or has been in this sc- crats voted against the gold standard tion England is meeting with so manv years are called apon for soldiors and the raising ot volunteers in England ie atill going on with fervor clemency was to pardon a Lexingtom man who had been sentenced to three years in the penitentiary for malicious shooting Tbe papers say C J Urons ton and John Whallen were the most earnest in the cflorti to secure thud pardoB if this trite It may be Mtf dowa tut Uev iajwr will remember JIM trCWWW 0 Oy a vote of 100 to 150 the House pasted the cinency bill Monday I Tbe Republicans voted solidly for the measure and eleven gold Democrats voted with them eight from New York one from P...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 December 1899

VOLUME 21 A 22s I A 8 PoultUe pf wood pulp are far supe rior to flaxseed and being perfectly slnblu do not deteriorate in any mate and owing to its small compuis a considerable supply can be carried Should It become wet It can be dried in an ordinary fitovo It U an Ideal niaterial for the country practitioner being alwayi the faini lnsiilng uni form results A sheet four feet iquaro coiU only about lfl or 8M cents THE CAPITAL L Zol Thlnki lti Uio i rniotul J noun Vtry Atroeant M olu when in Knuluml wai much impicjictl witli Uio Knglish uiu of the capital I Why l i W W that -IN BlisliliaQ niM i WEEK ONLY yiv ft guaranteed to be absolutely all wool as they fv yiv mr arc mc ituiiuus nui uiomi uu v- upon the tailoring and style to be absolutely V 0 correct write- of himself should invariably use a capital letter That tall T which occurs so often in a personal narrative strikes me as being very ar rogant A Frenchman referring to himself writes je with a small j t German though he may grat...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 December 1899

A SUBTERRANEAN LAKE in the Heart of Mount Skirt Gold Huntcri A Qowr Ktndtrtn Mill lfvrtle Prater Iwrd Kan lut now of Honolulu inyi Pliat rnllj ib attended a kinder iftrUn Vthtn it camo timo for the UMre to Mng their monilug long it wh iunf lint iu ingllsh then in iwaiuui men in jnpaneie then in it nu tan in rortugimt lt yU yitllltlM rt Morti 0 niacin in ilid jfm aft Hi mill mml W f - 1 subterranean lake lias becu found m heart of Mount Skirt a fmv h from Victoria Three men were ring the mountain in the bono coming upon a kdgc of tuflieicnt mse to stake upon Thev had Id alons the Goldstrenm eiln nf bill and findin that all the claims had been taken uj passed from the Uoldstrearu to the ieara side Here thev nointed coursa up the acclivity and within a short distance of tlm rnmit stumbled on aledireof oonnpr re between 15 and SO feet in width 3i formation and the clinrncfrr nf taore was the very same ns in the est ana iair propertjes on the other r oi tlio hid and the littlo nnrfv p pr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 December 1899

m IP iOr fe aSS o i i BOOKS 7 S IN THE L The Greatest Line of Holiday Goods Ever Shown in Marion aavaviv s Thera is no mistake ahmit it the hnver nf PHRIfsTIVl A PRFnFIVTn nA friuA J ni9c nniO1 Qfnrp Here he or she wm find in great variety all of the up- J v- vrws muj asvaa Vsvra a VslwVJ Oil fl HBC LP 15 Ill f fcejft HAfftEfl all nf the Nn matfpr vihaH if mi hm3 Kit niirAi jnJi h n i u r3 r9 l - T1ut a - U t ijcau sicac yuu mil iiuu jii cmpurium irom yvnicn to select Are always appropriate for Christmas pres ents and we have the greatest assortments of the best in the English language We have fine editions of the 25 cent line and they challenge the admiration of lovers of good books MARION KY NOVELTIES A great line of writing companions ladies purses gents pocket books toilet cases work boxes puff boxt s jewelry boxes necktie collar and cuff boxes marricure sets photo holders glove and hand kerchief cases shaving mugs and cases ja diniers chafing dishes whisk brooms pin cushions ce...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 December 1899

CURIOUS FACT Strange Yet Tiub Tun InllT IlruatUnl Women e Homely -Men Jer I get said a writer in th pans Times Democrat the Fain I become that personal nothing to do with mean on the part of women i example on the street car just reaturcns exquisite as a morn- openly mooning liough to bcare n coyote out Id Lands There was no sort about it cither nnd the rapt lie gazed up Into his misfit mug have boiled Ix gallons of IlqulU fe tool it nonciininntiy tnc M didnt seem to appreciate his But thats the way of It the world i Your tadiantly beautiful women y lose their hearts to men who kjivo n gargoyle points on plain- lid Ill bet If the truth was known ivas homely enough to brenk n If lie had been n handsome Helen would have stuck tohei I nnd Trov wouldnt hne fallen liat I started out to say was this Is n total kick of reciprocity In game nnd Its the rarest thing In Lworld for n good looking man to me enamored of n homely woman he does yon can generally bet his vision has been Inspired by ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 December 1899

NEW GOODS W I For Fall and Winter 5K I Open now at X w w Jm WOODS FOWLERS All of the latest in Dry Goods No tions Boots and Shoes Hats Caps Clothing Wraps All at prices as low as the lowest We handle tliu celebrated- V L DOUGLASS SHOES SOLID ROCK SHOES i nnit rauav llir Uml will ylvo yon lour moneys ivottll at anil ace ua Thanking you for four liberal age for tlio past year anil boit1K by fair treatment ant i boneat gooila at low prices to sbarc a liberal part of it i in tlio future YOUR FRIENDS Woods Fowler R F DORR jut Mil as OS OS OS OS OS Os Os as Os aS OS tv X Os as as jS mf 3 J J iJ 1 r r -5 5 -5 J Vaccination is Ordered by The City Council THE MAYORS NOTICE Marion Ky Dec 10 1 1 All persons of the njrc of twenty otii yeais and over wlio havt not tiecn vaccinated or If vucclmited rot -hall immediately procure tlit r inn vaccination or rexaeelnutlon ae the e i c may lie X All parent guardians and other jieMniH lii littr t lie care custody or control of nny child or children or w...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 December 1899

-- TVf r l MWkl i Bill I I I IU - - - -V I I R SAIN I A xvLAUi A I W GRIMMS JJ1 RANCH A Sioru for Christens 35SrVSSe2Sf OH THOUSAND par don but could the senor the change pv e for two gold pieces o S20J John Well jerked his n o vvl y u rg e d horse to a standstill and glared his annoy ance at the heavily bearded Mexican w ho with dolled sombrero had sud den 1 y confronted him at a noint where the Menardville road extricated itrclf from the scattered jacals uf Port MclCavctt and headed out for the open prairie It wa -early morning of the 24th of December lOj Wells had fleshly risen from an una petiz ing and indigestible breakfast of grease-sodden tortillas and rancid bacon had miar tficd with the hotel keeper over his ctor tiuna ehsrst s fir the last nights lodging fvas hungry angry with the sharp sleet that came drifting against his face from the northeast angry with the infernal luck tint doomed lam to wander over the wild prairie of southwestern Texas while the rest of mankind wer...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 December 1899

IV A CHRISTMAS SURPRISE How n Rejected Suitor Cot Evet with His Successful Rival H B I 0 MV con Jin Hoberl lias unttcti tint lit is tending us a littli Christmas surprise sikl Mr Mcckmild for tlio tenth time 1 felt sure that if he could once be in duced to isit our happy little home lie would forget that 1 ah trcitcd h i m rather unkindly iu eloping with j on on the tcry diy which tta to liac seen me hit bride Jo lie Mire 1 left a note sating that I felt 1 cuuld neier line nude luni pcrfcet I Lapp Had lie liccn a magnanilnoui person he uould liaie been satislied with lucli a handsome n polos but he was not Not at all sillied her husband he was most inconsiderate He However a uonnns tact lias bndced the cttflicultv us mini I Hatter mi self that 1 did a clccr and original thing in naming Due of the tuilis for linn Who uould be sc THE LID WAS OrF HIE UOX AT LAST ipt to nppicctatc such a compliment as t rich old bachelor Id like to Lnot 1 No one Im sure Hut he thawed as soon as he had s...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 December 1899

r I Mrs Olivo St John of Tansill Jll visited hear pircnls nnd lirother of this place last week Lou Weldon returned homo Mon dny from qnlto un i xtended visit to relatives in Illinois Our school resinned labor opnin Monday morning ntor two weeks refreshment Hnrry Stono has left Tolu atd gone to Sturgis where he will woik at the carpenters trade Wo are glad to report Mr J 0 llrown as much Improved in health Mr George Hall formerly of tnis ploc but now of laducah arrived at our landing Sunday with the re mains of his ion who died in Padu ah last Thursday of pneumouia He wb buried Monday at Irinn Mrs Clark who has been sick for quite a while and was improving was suddenly taken worse Tuesday night Some of our boys had a big time Tuesday night using overytuing that would make a noise from a Ore crac ker to a loaded anvil Mrs S B Weldon is on a vUit to friends in lopo county Illinois She accompanied her daughter Dome Mr Forest Harris and wife 1 ft Sunday for EvauBvllle John Clark was in 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. — 4 January 1900

I A i Js V VOLUME 21 Quarterly Report OP THE MARION BANK MARION KY At the Cloie ol Basiaess Dec 30 1899 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 72060 48 Due from Natl Banks 1269013 Due from Btate Banks 20154M Banking bouse and lot 880000 Furnl ture Fixtures eto 300000 Ousu onhand 6 M618 oTotal 12116980 LIABILITIES Co pltal Stock paid In 2000000 Undivided proilts 320305 Individual Deposits 079512b Total 12115930 BTATE OF KENTUCKY 1 County of Crittenden f jrvwpP7fwvvv tiwt - w j lj A HAPPY NEW YEAR IBS T J Yandell Cashier of Marlon Bank a Bank located and doing busi ness at No 283 Main street in the city nf Murlon In said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report I In all respects it true statement of the condition of the said Itaek at the clogrt of business on tin 3uth day of December 1899 to thnbestofhlakrow ledge and belief and further says that tbo bu2neBS nf snld Bank baa been transacted nt the location named and not elsewhere and that the above re port N mude in compliance wi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 January 1900

r I J HBl f 1 S K 4itm THE PRESS runLismi avkekly R C WALKER Publlahor ONU VUAR 0NB DOLLAR NEWS OF THE WORLD Jockey Tod Sloan has returned to tho United States Gen Wood will reorganizo tho school system of Cuba Roland Heed tho actor is ser iously ill in a New York hospital Oro averaging 8000 in gold to tho ton has been found at Cripple Creek Manufacturers of cotton thread havo advanced the price of that arti cle 25 per cent Tho Fenians are said to be organ izing in New York state for the in vasion of Canada Andrew Carnegies latest gift is 75000 for a public libra building at Lincoln Nob Tho Thirty eighth and Fortieth Toluntecr infantry arrived at Manila Decomber 27th Four negroes were killed in as many different rows at Birming ham Ala Christmas day L W Ilothschild eldest son and heir of 13aron Rothschild has vol unteered to fight tho Boers Five couples eloped from Clarks ville Tenn Christmas day and succeeded in having tho nuptial knot tied The British steamer Ariosto stran ded nea...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 January 1900

o O 0 STATE ODDS AND ENDS Several Kentucklnn Made llnppy by the Inltcil StittcH Pen sion Olllcc Washington Dec 2G The follow ing pensions have been granted to Kentucky people Original James Liintuff Silent Hun 0 Ennls Me itiflin Louisville 0 Hiram M Lin ill Mt Olivet Renewal John Walls Klrklnnd SIS Renewal and Reissue -Francis Ir vin Kdgerton Newport 0 Increase Thomas Reynolds Mndl somllle 3 to 12 Shelton linker Valley iew 8 to 12 Original Widows Kte Rebecca T Morrie Smlthland 8 Original Widows Special Accrued December 13 Harriet M Studyville ieitehfield S Itecelveil n lntnl Hlorv Klehmond Ky Dec as Wlillf lthiking and in a prankish mood Marccllus Devore son of William De vore superintendent of the Richmond Transfer company killed John Miller colored by striking him on the tem ple with an unloaded pistol There Jinel been no previous ill feeling be tween the men Miller who was in Lexington had just arrived on u train to visit his mother and stepped into Sextons saloon to get ji drink...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 January 1900

V 1 e rn v ij R C Walker Publisher Gov Taylor is handy with the par doning power Tho Dutch are tloiug other tning besidet capturing Holland Lot ua devoutly pray that moder ation good sense and justice will lLw from m and nut of Frankfort If the legislature will take the prop er steps to abolish the secret ballot any other short coming will be for given in advance John R McLean who was defeated for Governor of Ohio may bo nomina ted by tho Democrats for Mayor of Cincinnati Johnnie hug hie eye on the nomination for vice President and if you dout want him as the running mate of Bryan you had better fatch him Gen P W Hardin according to newspaper reports wants harmony in Democratic ranks and by his candi dacy for the United States Senate he defines harmony in these words Parker Wat Hardin We are free to confess that we do not like his dic tionary It is passingly strange that some prominent Democrats never spoke out agianst the Goebel election law until they were in a position to organiz...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 January 1900

LX Vv I ftiiilg friends and Neighbors Look Read We hnve closed our rfstauraut but h ve increased our stock of Groceries Htd are now in a better Bbape to 6rve the people than we ever were before At our Irc you can find goods to suit the tastes of the most fastidious We are i ow opening up a largp slock of all kinds of California canned fruits and vegetables such as bevip raspberries strawberries Hines picktlf catsups mustardi and baked beBiia We have the largest and finest stuck of ciflees evr seen in CritlHii ddti couiily cheap r than the cheap est Five brands of coflee we sell on a guarantee Country mt rcliBnts can make it largely to their interest to bring up their pre duce and get prices on ou g dd before they trade elsewhere Kemeiiibr your childreu can I uy g mdri at our store as cheap as vnu can so send them on tor your sugar cotYiP tea N 0 mulnsea s irghum svrtip lice hominr oat meal cjh bae pitalifs dried frnis peppir 8iic eoda baking ponder nulH fruit enndies and in fact for...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 January 1900

w miMMmmsMmmmm 26 Capt Very Notable Happenings of 1899 SET DOWN IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER The British Boer War War In the Philippines Bl0 Finan cial Failures Startling Disasters and Crimes Necrology Politics and Sports Etc nniTisii noEii wail Mar 20 Jos Chamberlain addresses parlia ment on the Transvaal May 16 Arrest of 8 alleged British ollicers in Transvaal for conspiracy 31 Conference at Hlocnifontein between Pres Kruger anil Sir Alfred Milncr Jul JO 10 New franchise bill passed by rand 24 Kruger threatens to resign Aug 21 Kruger in diplomatic notcoffers to make concessions on condition that Kng gUnd slwndon claim of suzerainty 28 Chamberlain replies such terms cannot be considered Sep 8 Chamberlain insists on joint inquiry to make sure no nullifying conditions exist lxliinJ Krurers nronosals 38 Ivrugcr answers with less favorable pro posals than before 22 Britain formulates note that she will prepare final terms 28 Orange Free State votes to aid South African Republic Oct 2 Gen Sir...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 January 1900

Incst In Ailvcrtlalnu A new scheme of ndwrtining vvts retorted d by n progressive buiiiiicra linn in a pro Jicrous city in the south Thejiinior partner of the firm swore out n warrant for the ar rest of the senior partner on the urotind that he was selling Roods below cost and that the firm was conitantly losing money there by The case came up m court ami the coun sel for the senior partner asked for a post ponement in order to have more time to pre pare his case The judge granted the re quest bail was fixed and the senior mem beri released As he left the courtroom the junior partner arose and exclaimed If he is released the sacrifice will go on The news soon unread and the firm did a better business When the case was again called no plaintiff appeared and the charge was dismissed The firm had succeeded in their object advertisement Philadelphia Call Mormon lam This is a question that should interest every one It is a blot upon our fair land a symptom of governmental ill health Tin ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 January 1900

i I i mi Utoieauv Aiuuny ue scenes pre- j m acre8 fr g00 semen were me muu teuaug B L johuBOI1 t0 M Schwab house The Mermaids Iv meo and Juliet and the Three Graces At 11 oclock the young people tlis persed all agreeing that Mies Mary waB a most delightful entertainer Thote present were Misses Bette Bigham Mellville Glenn Husa Sch wnli Kittin Mnnre Kathie Woods - - Carrie Moore Ray Woods Anna Dorr Sallie Woods Fannie aud Kit tie Gray Dedie Clement Maud Roney Ruby James Jennie Bell aud Messrs Clyde Moore Henry Uaynes Northern Wood Spencer Dorr Wal ter Walker Luther Farmer Arthur Finley Robt Robinson Lai fbrel keld Robt Cook Perry Maxwell Dean Woods Dr Morris Charlie Moore One of the most pleasant social events of the holidays was a reception given their irieuds by dr and Mrs R F Ilaynes Thursday evening Their pretty home one of the most attractive in town was beautifully illuminated for the occasion aud some twenty of Mariond brigatcst young people were guests An elegant sup per was ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 January 1900

i r fc l vfft 1 4 5 i A r J r i i it u V U lit K AU- If - SSI Ji try 1 If l fe3 Us SH sis Tl f VOLUME 21 W B R mi OB Wi ill iwm lVWW Having purchased Use iVlorsc slock and will continue business at the old stand and vc want the public to un derstand thai wc will appreciate ils patronage We have a clean up-to-date stock of goods and shall replenish from time to time always keeping up with f hf nrnriPQsinn on some things Wc have our repu tation to make yet and let us tell J H If la Jc24 We can sell you Dry Goods Notions Tv Clothing Seoes Hats Etc as cheap Jj as anybody and we can and will Save You Ml one v S85 square and as nice as we know how L now again understand we want and ysu will appreciate your trade AJ Give us a chance and wc will show t you that we are the people to trade u Willi JLWSve iwcKwnwnnr vv wiiwoBwimmrBJuaMMMiM sct jrTHT McConraell Stone V MA AAA f0 K A S S A FTjO 5 i inrr i SIS VV YEAR raj xs tj ji yrj to you m - yr 1 desire to return niv thanks to y s my friends ...

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