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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 January 1900

G jU THE PRESS lUllLTSIIED WEEKLY R C WALKER Published ONB YEAR ON 13 DOLLAR A WlffS RRDORD All tho News of the Past Seven Days Condensed HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of tlio Industrial Field Personal anil Political Items Happenings at Home ami Abroad THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD coritnssioxvii On the 3d congress reassembled after the holiday recess In the senate a bill was In troduced providing a chll Government for Iuerto Illco An amendment to the house currency bill was offered proldlns for bi metallism January 10 was set apart for eulogies of the late Vice President llobart In the house a bill was Introduced to penion the widow of Gen Law ton at the rate of J2J00 a jear Resolutions were of fered asking a statement from Secretary Gage ai to deposit of public funds In New York banks for constitutional amend ments authorizing an Ircomc tax and au thorizing congress to define and regulate trusts On the 4th Senator Cullom reported his bill In the senate creating a territorial gov ernme...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 January 1900

Wheat Is looking very weil Wbroplng cough is raging at this plae Miss Maud Hill Is teacbing us a good school J 0 Tahor has bought a farm near Ahe Defone We luv a now doctor in Dr 00 Cook Mr Dodds a very old man died last week at Mr Will Tecrs MUs Flora and Lottie Ordway vis ited relatives at Francis Sunday Our joung folks have been having los of nice nociala during tbe days MrUADeboe has completed a building which be willoccupy tnou Vlis Lorle Trailer 1ms leen visit ing friends here for tbe past two weeks Mr Daniels and wife I ave beep vli iling fiiends in tbis neighborhood for tbo Iflft two or tbreo days Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Unpt C II Haase manager of tbo spar mill and mines Iihb return od from West Virginia Ho 10 a polished scholarly affable gentle man and Ib very popular with our pooplo There has been Homo moving around in our town for tho New Years business Tno post ollico has moved one door cast Rappolee Sum mora Co bavn crossed tho street ti the old paatolflco buil...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 January 1900

V l f i I Watch Our Prices Every week SECRET SOCIETIES 9 KG ntrs entrusted to his caro I Syrup 25c per gallon Sorghum 35c per gallon Flour 45 and 50c per sack Coileo 12A to 30c per pound Coal Oil the best 15c per gal 3 Lara Bnap 5c Rolled Oat 3 packages for 25c Can Corn 3 cans for 25c Can Tomatoes 3 cans tor 25c Largest can of Biking Powder in town beBt quality for 10c Dont fail to try Petti Johns Breakfast Food Best on Earth We are always in the lead with Candies both in price and quality We keep a full line of Stoneware As cheap as any one in town Bring us your Eggs Hides Furs Hens and everything you have to sell Watcli for ad every week HEARIN SON MARION KY Blackwell Lodge No 57 K P JVa jJ Meets every Friday night In K 1 Hall J W BLUE C C GEO M CRIDER K of R and S Marion Lodge No 60 Regular meetings first and third Monday nights In each month In the MaRnnh Hall Visiting brothren arc cor dlally Invited to attend C G WILSON M W II L WILBORN Recorder W J J Paris M D PHYSICIAN MARION...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 January 1900

- L fy fpbtss ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher OBTX TXAB The honcBt election buying a tote OHK DOLLAB league caught Congreu dont eeem to like Roberta rules of social order The Dispatch whole hog It log cabin is now going the ought to run up the If Gov Taylor recommonded the repeal of tho separate coach law we over looked it If Whallen can be kept out of the party it will gain more in quality than it loses in quantity A Bullitt county cithon haB listed his fox boundB with the assessor at 705 for taxation This is on a basis of 25 per head Borne folks are abusing the man who exposed the boss of the honest election league They neednt send a diagram for the elucidation of their tendencies Gcr Taylor wants a nonpartisan prison commission He ought to know by this time that angels can not be pursuaded to take a permanent abode upon the earth With 81500 licenee tax money and that much property and poll tax money the new city council ought to cover itself with glory by covering the muddy st...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 January 1900

01T MOHTENEGRIN BORDElt I f DROITS OF SUPERSTITION A TMTtiWa Reflections oiflPiiiIng Int Tkt Little Province This little line of Rfnnn mnrlra t lm j5 llimjt between the great hcterogene g ousj moribund Austrian empire and thejjlittle mountain region which has alwy resisted the shark of barbar isniJand never gutimitirrl In ho voice sh half Europe has hardIv been sbli to resist Itcforo Turkev all the civilization of the middle ages lias j been impotent Greece with all her I Jttions an her splendid past is impotent to day but this rrgionnmtd the bare gray mountains with her simple boundarv marked bv a few flt stones has always kept herself WMubjugated by the conqueror I cfanot but have a fearing of exalta tfcn and reverence as at length we tfater Montenegro There is after all o nation like this Through the cen turies she has offered a dogged resist ance to the savage hordes of oriental I barbarism and her resistance has jever been overcome Hail and hail jfftin noble and unconquered lan...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 January 1900

11 r f v flwtWV LIEUT GILMORE TALKS Ho and H1b Party Loft to Bo Murdorocl by Savaeos Throning Story of tlio Amsrleuna EIrIiI Months In Captivity iiml Dramntlo Dcllierunco Ircim n Deuth Tlnit Seemed Inotltiiblc Manila Tan 7 Lieut 1 C J Ill more of tlic Unltoel Stntcs punboat Yorktown who wns captured by the In surgents last April near llaler on tho coast of Luzon and rescued a few days ago by Col Luther It Hare of the Thirty third volunteer infantry sat to day in the apartments of his sister Mrs Maj Trice at the Hotel Oriente in Ma nila and told a remarkable story of his eight months in captivity ending with his dramatic deliverance from a death that seemed inevitable The steamer Venus came into the har bor lust evening from Vigan province of South 1 locos with Lieut illmorc and nineteen other American prisoners including seven of his sailors from the Yorktown Lieut tiiltnorc after re porting came ashore and hobbled along with the aid of a cane to the Hotel Oriente where American off...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 January 1900

J i I I door west of the Post Office SOCIAL EVENTS On Friday January 1th nt her home on Hank street Mrs Dr 1 1 Clark assisted ly her meter Aire Charles Evans entertained the Em broidery Club Moat all the memhera were present ami also a few invited guests The criticising of the various pieces of work soon began it was decided that Mrs Grays mums were the most skillfully executed and would have taken tht ribbon had they been worked on bleached linen The completion of Mies Ruby James rose piece is watched with interest as it is expected to be the center of attraction at the banquet given by the club on its anniversary After a pleasant nour or two spent in the parlor we were invited to the dining room where an elegant lunch ein was served The table waB most tastefully arranged the handsome ceuterpieco of LaFrance roses excited the admiration of all Trie delf piecea were also beautiful the blue embroi dery contrasting admirably with the snowy white damark It wrs a notic able feature that...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 January 1900

t1 l H h 3 v l mt Ki lllf s v VOLUME 21 0 irpq JW1jr Whe EIGHT LEADING REMEDIES Reaching all the Ills of Life The Old Ilomeatead remedies are sold exclusively by J H Moree The Old Homestead Emulsion Cod Liver Oil With hypophoBophites of lime and soda highly recommended by promi nent physicians in pulmonary con 8umptino cougt B colds phthisic bronchitis and all wasting diseases make flesh rapidly The Old Homestead Sarsaparllla With Iodides Bkin and blood reme dy This old time eirapanlla is prepared from tareaparilla yellow dock stillingia prickly ash iodides of potassium Guaranteed to cure blood disorders r The Old Homestead Beef Wine and Iron Nutritive Tonic and Stimulant tones up the gen em 1 system relieves dyspepsia and restores the appetite mild and safe The Old Homestead Celery Nervine Perfect blond and nerve reraeiy Recommended for all nerv ue disea se and other disorders arising from impure blood cures const ation and acts a general tonic The Old Homestead t Laxative Syrup A ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 January 1900

I w r THE WHITT WILL Dr Motfs Affidavit in the Matter Editor Press As it haa been stated or talked quietly around in some quarters that my mother tbe late Mrt Sarah Whitt wit not of aound Blind when ahe made and signed her last will I deaire the pub lication of tbe following certificate made and sworn to by Dr J B Mott her family physician and filed in the county clerks office when the will was probated Dr Mott is well known in this section and I preaume that hia testimony is aufficient to set at rest all such absurd statements Yours Truly Geo L Whitt AFFIDAVIT OF DR MOTT STATE OWAHHINGTON County of King J J B Mott being first duly sworn on oath says That about four years ago and while he was a resident and practicing physician at tbe town of Fredonia Caldwell county Bute of Kentucky he at tbe request ot Mrs Sarah Whitt and at her dictation wrote the will t the said Sarah Whitt of Crittenden county Kentucky and thereupon read tbe same over to the said Sarah Whitt who acquiesed in tb...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 January 1900

N A DOCTORS DISCOVERY 1 4a P1 for Poultices and Surgical Dressings Mr Frederick T Gordon n hos pital steward at the League Island navy yard lias been for some time conducting experiments on the use of wood pulp in surgery and ho gives the results of his experiment in a recent number of the Medical Record Wood pulp is obtained in its crude form from the manufacturers and comes in sheets of any size and thickness It is cheap easily obtained and possesses valuable properties When macer ated in water it wells np and absorbs from four to five times its weight of quid retaining it for a long time As the pulp becomes soft a poultice of any desired consistency can bo made by Mirying the quantity of the w at cr J5y using hot w at er the result ing poultice will retain its heat and moi ture much longer than a similar poult ice made of bread or flaxseed Of course antiseptic drugs eolublc in wa ter may be dissolved in the wafer in which the pulp is to be soaked as he pulp itself is unaffected b...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 January 1900

K I m i OXXYXAB ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher OITK DOLLAR Let ub hear the evidence before we pws judgment Politics rago hot tho war god has red paint on hia noso but we have something to be grateful for anyhow jmallpox sticks to its light form And our county clerk must go to Frankfort When the fighting cocks see that bland smile that alwayB ovei spreads his benevolent face theyll be aibsmed of themselves If the press censors of the Philip pines and African would open shop in Frankfort tboy would confer a boon upon Buffering humanity as well as give truth some ahow Roaring Bill Sweeny has issued an address to the Democracy of the State wanting the contest Btopped We dont blame any member of thoBo honest election leaguers for want ing to pull down the blinds The exposing of Wballen is worth all the expense incurred so iar If we would purify politics such men must be eliminated and it there be others no matter in whose camp they lurk let them he shown up The situation must be impr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 January 1900

C ww m AND w Chickens We will on Tuesday January Turkeys 23d pay the following prices for chick ens and turkeys delivered td us at Marion Fat Hens 5 cents Hen Turkeys 6 cents Tom Turkeys 5 cents OMo Yalley Produce Co Our NatiYeHerb Tablets GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER KIDNEY and LIVER REG ULATOR Guaranteed by onr Registered Guaran tee to cure all disease arising from Impure blood and Inrctlve Lver or Kidney 200 Days Treatment 1 The dollar back If you are not cured I have used Our Nallvc Ilerbs for constapatlon and liver trouble tbey cured me after two of the best local doctors failed I can truthfully say It U the best roraedy I ever tried George Lawrence Tolu Ky TriE ALONZO BLISS CO Sole Proprietor D Y Stone Agent Tolu Ky Medicine mailed upon receipt of price If you suffer from rheumatism pain In back or side slclt headache chills or fever and want to learn more about this remedy drop the amenta card i -1 Monarci fun 50 Cents a Quart 2oo per Gallon C E Doss Co M E FOHS MerchantTailor MARION...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 January 1900

f G m ii U a H 4i I FOUND In our Store Syrup 25c fr gallon Borghum 35c per gallon Flour 45 and 50c per tack Coffee 12A tn 30c per pound r I vi t i i i vmi urn neat xuu per gi 3 bars aoap 5c Rolled Oats 3 packages for 25c Can Tom 3 cat for 25o Can Tomatoes 3 cans tor 25c Largest can of Baking Powder in town best quality for 10c We have Prunes Rice Dried Apples Peaches Apricots Beans Peas Hominy Pickles in Bot tles and Bulk Kraut and Mince Meats All kinds of Can Goods Tinware Stoneware Everything as cheap or cheaper than any one in town will sell you Call on us and see yourself Dont fail to bring us your produce we are in the lead in pri ces Pay you Cash HEARIN SON MARION KY SECRET SOCIETIES 3Esl Cftioa over Ormea Drugstore Telephone No 27 A C MOORE Attorney and Counselor at Law 6FFICERooms 3 and 4 over Marlon Bank MARION KY W H Clark ATTORNEY AT LAW flARION KY Office over Hey ties Drug Store Prompt attention given to all bnsl r mm elstrwted fo his ore I Biffham Lodge No 256 F d AM Re...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 January 1900

4 V L rr r Undo Hilly Harmon is reported to bo seriously sick at this writing It L Kasley moved from this placo to the Wilson farm Iatt Saturday Wheat never looked better in tills vicinity at midwinter thin it toes at present Abe Eicliel made a shipment of cattle from tuib place to Kvansvillo last week A Christian Endeavor Society hns been organized nt the Presbyterian church iu this plnse Wra Hnrnctt lost a good saddle borsc Sunday morning from entmg an overdoBo of corn Mr J 0 Brown is in very bnd health ho lias not been nblo to at tend to biuiness for a uiinth About al the corn on Hurricane island and some on tho main shore has been sold within the lust few days at 30e per buBhul 11 tm h i IMtlC m except at the nouso or Air DVCU5BURd Mr- 8 H Cae idy In on tho sck Met Tom P Moorj was in town a fow days this wcok Dr Blllio Ollftonof larion was here last week Eugene Q raves baa returned to Jis borne In Paducah Mrs J 0 Walters la visiting In Kelsey this weokr Jameo Holmes went to Fred...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 January 1900

COMPROMISED Is a Big Law Suit That Was Filed Last Week A Now C rporation to Operate A Spar Mines Mr 1 M Waggoner lias Med mlit in tbo circuit court againnt K K Squier The petition nilegea that tin two formed a copartnership for pros pecting for and raining epar zinc lead copper etc in tbis State under tbe firm name and style of E E Htjuiror Co Tuat under and by tbe terms of partnership each was to Ln at one half tbe expense and to sham equally the profits and losses The plaintiff was to do and attend to tlijiroepecting and mining and tbe defendant was to attend to tho oflice work The plaintiff alleges that tbe defendant has violated and broken the terms and conditions of contract be ought to recover 80000 of the defendant and that interests of tbe firms demands a receiver and tbe plaintiff prays judgment for a dissolu tion of said partnership and for an accounting and settlement of eame and for his debt and interest aforesaid and for a division of the remainder of Baid property or f...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 January 1900

1 l I i n ll i i r K W 7 y f 1 JO 1 pTrBtW 3222T3r ftiH 4 VTTInilVTTOi r i ifcfy EIGHT LEADING REMEDIES Reaching all the Ills of Life The Old Homestead remedies are sold exclusively by J H Morse The Old Homestead Emulsion Cod Liver Oil With hypophosophites of limo and soda highly recommended by promi nent physicians in pulmouary con sumption coughs colds phthisic bronchitis and all wasting diseases make flesh rapidly The Old Homestead Sarsaparilla With Iodides skin and blood reme dy This old time sswapanlla is prepared from sarsaparilla yellow dock stillingia prickly ash iodides of potassium Guaranteed to cure blood disorders The Old Homestead Beef Wine and Iron Nutritive Tonic and Stimulant toues up the general system relieves dyspepsia and restores the appetite mild and safe The Old Homestead Celery Nervine Perfect blood and nerve remedy Recommended for all nervous disea ses and other disorders arising from impure blood cures constipation and acts a general tonic The Old Homestead...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 January 1900
Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 January 1900
Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 January 1900

iv for - 7 tk bkjssjw ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONE YlAB It is atill the ground ONE DOLLAR Mark and bloody They aio still talcing testimony and uud otber things at Frankfort Jon BUckburn doeu not tako Liud says seat in tho Senate until March 1001 Tho tax supervisors and amallpox have retired and everybody ia breath itig easier Frauds are laid bcre exclaims a Louisville paper So are tgge spell it as you may u Mr Roberts can not have all of the good thiogf he caut sit iu eongreta and have three wives all at cne time The Statea reputation for peace may be growing a little hajy but the record of her marksmen becomea moie glorious Kentucky may hav6 her laulta but we observe that selling her seats in tho United Statea Senate ia not one of them The Cougreeaional committee haB completed its mvceligation of the Koberts case and will lcconuuend hie expulsion Years agD tho iisiiib Kontuiiky was always thought of iu connection with fair women good whUky and faal hordes but we grow and ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 January 1900

REFORM IS NEEDED Public Schools of Washington Are Far Behind the Times A Cuiierm Makes the Inw for the District uf Colamliln All Citi zen Are Interested In This Mutter Special Washington Letter Tou have often been told of the splendid educational advantages which are afforded to young men and younij women in this national capital but there is nnothcr story to be told on tlmt subject Higher education is desirable only for those who aspire to high places in public affairs and in social life Com- i4HPchool education is desirable for- the masses Every child should have a common school education and it were better far that every child should learn to rend and write und cipher than that n chosen few should have collegiate und university ndvuntugrs The common schools of this city are not worthy of the national capital be cause they are not conducted on com mon Mnse principles Consequently the children receive educations which arc impractical because they do not fit the boys and girls for p...

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