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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 January 1900

fcjf rM a Bii u - irr rrStm jnttCWZ i r i kis all other results of imperfect digestion V 1 live Herb Tablets FlAl LOOIrUnFUJl JLSTOll fuarantued bv our Registered Uin cure all ri weaees arising irum r 1 t i - rmnnre nioou ana inrcuvo u i i t nment SI r it red i it iiVl US I U il ive lierus lor htntftion and liver troumc mey d Ji affr two of the nest local fa ld I can uutlifiiiy say it best round I i vcr tried Qeorjr t a roce Tolu Ky E aLOXZ HL SS CO Sriit 1ioprlctors gint il Ky c f price il al n In mii uh ctiliuhi It tils or ii iMint i Icuin more about i th ic nt a cud SECRET SOCIETIES Bisfhara Lodge No 256 F A A M R ifuar mctlnus kht cf re full moon Va i i brethren arc i i h tend 1 G Giluukt W M K iiii eercary tTTENDEX CHAPTER NO 70 A M meets regularly Saturday Ight fur full moon in each month v E OUN IL No3 iRS3I ar tuef tics conu Jtonuay In each month r 7 iM y - Blackwell Lodge No 57 K P Meets every Friday night in K P Hall J W BLUE C C CRIDER K ofK and 3 v Marion Lodge No 60 Reg...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 January 1900

k I f t ft gwisoUWSfw v1 STILL In the LEAD All people interested in saving money see our prices on Groceries before you buy elsewhere Always fresh and new goods at low prices Pan oU Hour for griddle ckn 15c Breakfast foi d 10c 2 for 2fic Gr iiutH loj Arlinrkc Id coffee 2 pka for 25c UrHHri coco 15c Dest flour fiOs No 1 ii od collec masted nun 12 Vj to ib No 1 good c fee green fr m 124c to 20c Snuff 2 10ct boxes for 15c Jell 2 bIhhxh for 15c Canned gonda all kinds both fruits Hiid vegetables cheaper than anybody Bht coal oil 17c Dont fail to bring us your produce we are in the lead in pri ces Pay you Cash HEARIN SON MARION KY Jh u ivtt Mares to Exchange For Mules I have a number of fne brood mares to exchange for mules I- have a number of Jer sey milk cows with you- ng calve for sale Aj H Card in Culture will never cnnvcit tares Into wheat Mrs It Churchill Herlln Vt sayi Our liaby was covered with running sores IpoWltts Witch Ilazcl balvo cuicdiujr AaiicclUc for pile and skin disease...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 January 1900

H 1 1 Local Paragraphs If you need a piece of household on kitchen furniture see Boston Miea Ruby James onlortaincd the embroidery club Tbunday evening Tho National Prohibition Conven tion baa been called to moe at Chic ago June 27 6 L Rankin and L II Jamea have been appointed and have quah tied as Notaries public Complete atock of burial robea and slippers the nicest of gooda at the lowest of prices at Bostons The Boers report smashing the head quarters of Gen White at Ladysmith with a shot from Long Tom County Surveyor Towery wsb call ed to Livingston county the first of the week to do some surveying Miss Johnson who has been the guest of Miss Ruth Thomas returned to her homo at Providence Monday Mr W H Watson of Carrsvillo was in town Tuesday Mr Watson is gathering information frr a history he proposes to write of this county It ia said that our State Depart ment has receded from its anti Boer attitude as a result of public opinion and will receive Montagu White the Transvaal rep...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 February 1900

U V 4 -x r VQUJMEiSv EIGHTH q REMIB1ES d h Reaching all the Ills of Life The Old Ilomeatoad remedies arj gold exclusively by J H Mone Tjm Old Homestead Emulsion Cod fciver Oil With hypophosophites of linio and Hod highly rconrbHlendedby promi jjput physicians iii pulmonary con lumptlon cugf colds phthisic bronchitis and all wasting diseases nate flesh rapidly TboOM HomeBtosd Sarsaparilla WilbTodfdei skin arioMhlood reme dy TLia old time Btrjapanlla ia prepared frour sarsaparilla yellow dock stillingia prickly aBb iodidiB of intaBBitini Guaranteed to cure blood disorders Tbe Old Homestead 1 Beef Wine and Iron Nutritivo Tonic and Stimulant tones up the generalaystem jeliivea lyapepuaand restores tbe appetite aildand safe jhe Old ffomeetad - Celeryrjervmc Perfect blood and nerve rente iy Recommended for all nervous ilara ni ifuna worn impure blood curea conslipation aihI acts a general tonta fhe Old Homestead Laxative Syrup A purely vegetable preparation no opium VlHS Can be administer...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 February 1900

yw e Our Native Herb Tablets iJREAT BLOOD PURIFIER MDNEY and LIVER REG 1 LATOli Guar ntcctl by our Registered Guaran tee ti cure all diseases arising from Impiic blood and inrctivo Lvcr or Kltfn ys 200 Days Treatment 1 Tlit 1 pilar back if you are not cured I li ivc used Our Xailvc Herbs for const quitlon and liver trouble they cured me after two of the best local ilorti n failed I can truthfully say It Ik thf best remedy I ever tried George Lawrence Tolu Ry THE ALONZO BLISS CO Sols Troprletors D W Stone Agent Tolu Ky Medl in mailed upon receipt of price Ifyoi sutler from rheumatism pain in back or side sick headache chills or fover and want to learn more about this incrty drop the amenta card GEO SECRET SOCIETIES CM 0k Bigham Lodge No 256 F dAM Regular meetings Satur day night before full moon in ea h month Visiting brethren arc cordi dly initcd to attend J G Gilbert W M J H Kisvit Secretary CRITTENDEN CHAPTER NO 70 R SI meets regularly Saturday night after full moon in each month ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 February 1900

I will generally correct I difficulty 1 u - ti TWs v Help Natfe 1 Babies and children need proper food rarely ever medi cine If they do not thrive on their -food southing is af wrong They need 4 little f help to get their digestive machinery working properly scffiWP COD LIVER OIL WTiHYPOPHOSPMrESQUMEtSODA this 1 If you will put from one T j fourth to half a teaspoomul I in babys bottle three or four 1 time a day you will soon sec I a marked improvement For larger children Jronv half to a teaspoonful according o age dissolved in their milk if you so desire wijl very soon show its great nourish ing power If the rnothtrs 1 milk does not nourish the baby she needs the emu 1 sion It will show an effect jat once both upon mother and child j 50c ndfiooU druggists V SCOTT 4 BOWNE Chfmlsts K YotM LU II II II M IHI1 fn STILL In the LEAD All people interested in savirig money see our prices on Groceries before you buy esewhere Always fresh and new goods at low prices - Pair fnlce I tur for gri...

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

U 1 L f v i f i nl Wn fptemt ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONKTKAB The country party HI OOLLAK is bigger than any We want the aeeaesins tuore we want the oflicea than Goebel is dead but GoebsliBm is enshrined in the hearu of his people Will the L N attorney ever havo the gall to show up at Frankfort again as lobbyist The arrest and conviction of the assassins is the most important thing offices cr no offices Gov Goebel will take his place along side of Andrew Jackson in Democratic history and story Mr Taylor seems to have lost his office his head and his friends if Senator Deboes telegram is authentic If the people would behave them selves and let the L N railroad take care 0 them there would pro- bibly ba no political murders If Senator Deboe planned Taylors course and many people think he did that telegram from Washington is the unkindest cut of all Gov Goebel left a rich heritage to friends in his last messaee Tell my friends to be brave and fearless and loyal to the great c...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 February 1900

M i Bibles I have f AHoImans Self- W I pronouncing Teachers Bi les Worth 3 each For the days them I at next will 149 lac These arc Bargains that you cant afford to meet 30 sell R F HAYNES Tobacco BOUGHT BY SAMPLE Notice is hereby persons who have given all not sold tleir tobacco that we are now T2ady to make bids on any nd all samples broughtjto our iictory at Kelsey Ky This Method has always proven j atissactory to both buyer and eller with us W C RICE SON KELSEY KY Mares io Exchange i For Mules I have a number of fine brood mares to exchange for mules I have a number of Jer sey milk cows with you- ngfcalves for sale A H Cardin MULES f M L MaaV FOR SALE I have twenty good mules for sale ages from 3 to 12 years This is a good ttfnity tp buy good mules at a i 6v price i - - -- 1 jno w nubon it V Local Paragraphs County court next Monday W bavo the doctors with ua next Monday J F Roed and wife wero in Kul tawa Monday Mips Maggie Moore baa beon sick several daya Mr J H Merso left Monda...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 February 1900

i J - IV f lo V OPIE HEAD Americas Papular NevtUft Qlvei Us Ills Opliloa o Otteethy Wkkh is Plain and the Pelait Man constantly flndi something now about himself and it ia thca that the world moves From the dawn of timo ho baa been his own study and even yet ia a mine of mystery unto himself We rever ence the past soft in a mellow light yet wo know that the school boy of today is wiser than the sage of long ago Theory become soUrcs afitt acienoe resolves itself at a Tory commonplace fact and w wosder that were so slow to accapt so man ifest a truth We study ourselves indeed but sometimes we are loth to credit our own intelligence it ia our reverence for the old A great orator when asked bow hf wqlald go about toward the batteraita of the world replied thai be would make good health caoaing iaateadot iisoaso Good health Ola cfctching Good health ia natural Natures aim is lo be froe from disease What mockery ia thore n the saying that a man of 30 died a natural death To die before ext...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 February 1900

WWHVi Chicago i CTW flliatl I -1 T lTTt 3 v r CTKtrW lea AUiai Ei Ti j aw 2- - 71a 4s o wfcl Knovra tlio VaUae of a Dollar tvnd Is av True Hlicr There la a dog belonging to Mr Jprank Wright of 113 Cns struct Chi cago who is a verltablo banker among animals Ho knows the value of money hoards it like a miser and answers to tho name of Echo v IIo Is a silver dogand also a sly dog If ho wore stockings it Is certain that his would keep his savings securely tied up and hidden in an old one As it is ho utilises cracks between the floors and walls In bad weather and during the summer solstlcoplants his hoards here and there in tho back yard and JJtaJously guards them with his beady jblaolc eyo for fear of possible onslaught from those watchful felines on tha htencc Echo is supposed to carry his ac count in his head and his buried treas ure in no way resembles that of Capt Kidds except in its magnitude Tho question may have arisen in the mind of tho reader How does this canine hero make his ...

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

LEVI AS Miss Kata Bebont of Sheridan visited Miss Irene LaRuu during tho latlera illness witli measles Miss Aiia Franks of Salem was the guest of Scott Paris and family Sunday Nowson Barnes lias sold liia farm to Clias Lay of Livingston county and the latter has employed several Lands to irmko up tho timber into railroad Uor Ncorly every family in tbis vicin ity bas undergone an attack of the measles It ij Hardy and family of Liv ingston county are visiting James Thrclkcid aud family Bob had to close bis school on account of tbo measles Jno Summers and wife of Wee ton visited relatives nd friends here last wtok V J Franklin went to Smitbland last wool on business Mis Sarah Mizelle died at her home in Liviugatcn county Thurs day Feb 1 very suddenly She was brought to her family graveyard for interment Friday Sho former ally lived in this county and raised a large family of which several sur vive her CHAPEL MILL Mrs M 0 Jacobs is on the sick list 0 A Walker sold some hogs to Ual Adams...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 February 1900

If 3 KJt v ivr A v fc t 4 W f VOLUME 21 EIGHT LEADING REMEDIES Reaching all the Ills of Life The Old Homestead remedies aie ald exclusively by J B Morse Q be Old Homestead Emulsion Cod Liver Oil With bypophosophitee of lime and e ds highly recommended by promi nent physicians in pulmonary con mmptiou cougls colds phthisic bouchilis and all wasting diseases nake flesh rapidly The Old Homestead Sarsaparllla With Iodidea skin and blood reme dy This old time saMapanlla is iirAnared from uraanarllla vellow lock ttillingia prickly ash iodides f ootassium Guaranteed to cure blood disorders The Old Homestead Beef Wine and Iron Nutritive Tonic and Stimulant tones up the funeral eystera relieves lvspepsiaaad restores the appetite mild and safe Celery Nervine Perfect blood and nerve remedy Recommerided lor all nervous disea ses and other disorders arising from impure blood cures constipation and acts a general tonic The Old Homestead Laxative Syrup A purely vegetable preparation Contains Bo oa...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 February 1900

FROM FLORIDA Mr Morso Writes About Ills Southern Trip Deland Fla Feb 9th 1900 Editor Press Aa many of my friends rrqueated mo to write them when I reahced my dealination with your permission I will give them a short description of my trip through the columns of your worthy paper as I do not feel at present like writing each ot them personally but will say right here that it will be a groat pleas lire to me to receive letters from all of my iriends while here and I will promise to answer every one I get Well beginning at my first I must confess when the 1145 train pulled out of Marion Monday Feb 5th it bore away at least one Bad heart for at f took my last look over the little town that contained every thing that was dear to my heart and then think iog of the many miles that would Boon separate us I could not keep from wiping a tear from my eye and when Dr R L Moore got off that train at Crider it would not have taken much pursuading for me to have followed him I bit my lips and caid...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 February 1900

Ofj n i or in Tv - pjro fS X A M0NEVBASIXV made JRbmLbat Pabllo Spraylns Machine Xa Affording Oood Income o u XCaatcra Vmrmir TTiKrn n n mnn In western Now York who haa a complete outfit of boiler en krlnc steam Duxnn tank and hose mounted on his farm wagon A 12- wear old boy has run uiis ouui in ford irhhorlnrrorchnrdBdrlvlnirtho pn and keeping up steam The charge U 3 a day tno owner oz uie orcnara i iuSfru PUBLIC SPRAYING MACHINES providing the spraying mlxturo and men to hotd the nozzles With tills outfit it is possible to spray out 1500 gallons of poisoned water in a day and lho first cost of tho entire outfit was jbut 250 This tnun could not begin to accommodate those who wanted to Pilrc his spraying outfit In SO days of toutsldo work he will pay tho entire first cost of the uppnratus while the jump boiler and tank arc doubtless good for 1000 days work without re pair Here is an Inkling of what Is comlug A man with the needed cap ital and tho proper mechanical bklll III as a ch...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 February 1900

Jf r fJtaoas ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher OKK YXAB QHX DOLL AS The opinion of the people outside of the State however unfavorable it may be to civilization will not hurt the State so badly as our own sense of lost manhood disrespect for justice and love of fair play With one of the leading men of the State the leader of the majority party Bhot down from the building occupied by the chief executive shot down be cause he was pushing his constitution al right of contest beforo ub as an example human life will be held cheaper than ever before and unless the assassins are caught and punished wh will be an immune from the assassins bullet Who can feel safe on Kentucky soil We have already been too lax about punishing crimes of lesser degree and feel that inf rac tions ot tho law so irequently go un punished that manslaughter and mur der spring from the ashes of slaugh tered justice If minor crimes and what crime is not a minor one com pared with this multiply where punishment is not...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 February 1900

e nd ny iur el a rVW SSf I have - Bibles Holmans Self pronouncing Teachers Bi les Worth 3 each For the days I them at next 30 will sell 49 Each These are Bargains that you cant afford to miss R F HAYNES NOTICE All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to the eetate of Eliaha H Lemon deceased are hereby request id to call and tattle with me and nave c it Alao all persona having clainiB Pjcaioatlhe eatate of E B Lemon jeceasrd am hereby requested to pre Bant their claims properly proven ifccordirg to law J H LEMEN Admr This Fbb 5th 1900 J E HANCOCK TINNER Tin rooBasr guttering etc All kinds of repair work Roof painting and gun repairing Bhop on Bellville itreet east of Masonic building All work guaranteed FOR SALE A good combined saddle and har ness horse will be sold at a bargain A thoroughbred English Berkshire Boar Apply to G G HAMMOND NOTICE Grflln Bennett of Dycusburg have opened up a new restaurant in qonnention with their saloon and groceay also have nice bed rooms Jurnishe...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 February 1900

I 4 - li JK v Our Native Herb Tablets GREAT BLOOD PUIUFlEIt KIDNEY and LlVElt ItEG ULATOR Guaranteed by our Registered Guaran tee to cure nil diseases arising from Impure blood and lnrctlve Lver or KlUncya 200 Days Treatment 1 The dollar back If you are not cured I have ueed Our Nallvc Herbs for constanatlon and liver trouble they cured mo after two of tho best local doctors failed I can truthfully say It is the best remedy I ever tried Georgo Lawrence lolu Ky THE ALONZO BLISS CO Sole Proprietors D W Stone Agent Tolu Ky Medicine mailed upon receipt of price If you suffer from rheumatism pain In backer side sick headache chills or fever and want to learn more about thU remedy drop the amenta card SECRET SOOIETIES WW JjsfSs Bigham Lodge No 256 F A AM Regular meetings Satur day night before full moon In each month Visiting brethren arc cordially Invited to attend J G Gilbeut W M J B Kevil Secretary CRITTENDEN CHAPTER NO 70 R A M meets regularly Saturday night after full moon In each mo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 February 1900

A t 5MirjpiiffWijitfiMr -- Itefo Nature Babies and children need I proper food rarely ever medi cine If they do not thrive on their food something is wrong They need a little help to get their digestive machinery working properly COD LIVER OIL WITHHYPOPHOSPHITESorLMEeiSOOA will generally correct this difficulty If you will put from one fourth to half a teaspoonful 4 in babys bottle three or four limes a day you will soon see J a marked improvement For f larger children from half to 1 a teaspoonful according to I age dissolved in their milk if you so desire will very soon show its great nourish ing jiower If the mothers milk does not nourish the baby she ncds the a t f A I sion It will snow an eiieci fat once both- pjqn mother and child we and tioo alt draggbtJ SCOTT BOWNE ChemUtt New LMHlWfll -II vv 1 f STILL In the YofW mm I All people interested in saving money see our prices on Groceries be f o r e you buy efsewhere Always fresh and new goods at low prices 1 mi ake flour for grid...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 February 1900

0 - HEALTH BOARD Explains its Action and Inspec tion of its Record Invited The Locftl Board of Health is com posed of J P Pierce J R Clark and J J Clark and I am aura there isnt a one ashamed of his name or asham ed of what wo havo done for we have followed the law as near as we could with the help of tho better and res ponsible claw of citizens of the coun ty when tho law pinches an outlaw ho equaola and howls worse than a Commancho Indian The law is plain and is the duty of the health officer when it is made known to him that there is any kind of an epidemic disease in any family be it Jim Rankins or tho lowest negro in the county to quarantine that family if he from tho evidence believes it is a contagious disease for the law recog nizes no race and we had been antining the negroes and some white people up heio for the same disease and now that the Board or the law decided it best to quarantine Hon Jims family he raises a great howl and this is the fraud he speaks of tbe Board pr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 February 1900

t ij Ih Vfcs I Jis V VOLUME 21 c EI6HT LEADING REMEDIES Reaching all sfhe Ills of Life Tho Old Hom stead remedies are Bild exclusively by J H More 1 he Old Homestead Emulsion Cod Liver Oil With hypophieophites of lime and B da highly recommended by promi int physicians in pulmonary con sumption cougs colds phthisic b onchitis and all wasting disease t ake fleeh rapidly The Old Homeetecd Sarsaparllla With IodhleVskin amHdpod reme dy This old lima brmpnnlla ia simpariita yellow SrepareLfrom ock Btillioglar prckly ash iodides of potaiBiaaar Guaranteed te care blood disorders The Old Homestead I Beef Wine and Iron Nutritive Tonic and Stimulant touts up the general system aelievea lfgpepAaaud restores tho appetite tiid and safe j rhe Old Homestead Celery Nervine Perfect blood and nerve remety Recommended lor all nervous C8 aud other dJscrersrisvnjg from Impure blood cures eonslipauoa and lets a general tonic Tho Old Homestead t Laxative Syrup A purely vegetable preparation Contains no op...

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