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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 March 1900

T i Xi v mmmm JMMM i Local ail Penal Irs Kr WESTON J II Bui ton is on tho sick list T L Knnkin is in Kvnnsvillo lliis woak Jolin Summois is moving bnck to Lovias K U Walker has a now coiner at his house liulxnt Imbodoii has a ton pound jirl nl his house James Einerino has a 12 pound lmy at his house There was a musical at Mr L B Cains Thursday night Bro Win Oakley preaches here every fourth Sunday morning Jnnios Carr of Cave-in-Rock Til is buying railroad ties hero Miss Flossie Farmer has return ed home from Morganfiold Ky J L Rankin of Fords Ferry is receiving stave bolts at this place Rov Pangbuni will preach here the first Sunday evening in every mouth Henry Summers our villago blacksmith is at his anvil early and late Mr Jerry Dillard of Eldorado 111 is in town this week buying poultry Henry King has been a faithful and prompt visitor of our town for hVo years B F Burtbn of Mattoon is con templating the poultry business at this place Dr T F Wilborn our physi cian has a good prac...

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 March 1900

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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 March 1900

He That Any Good Would Win Sltcittd have good hcllh Pure rich Hood is the fini icqvlslle Hoods by giving gccd Uood end good hciUh tiAs helped many a nun io success besides giving strength And courage io who lefre izhing it co Ad not cwi sec any good r life lo wiu JwodS eakajxvuua POLITICAL ACEBRITY COXTIKIEU rilOM PAGF 1 a coiuuisroxnrSTs uxcountCr Tu tlu August election of 1859 ti Know Nothing party was dc utioyitl in Kentucky by a riot it starleJ in Louisville A mob of Know Nothings went to the pnit of the city peopled chietly by Irish and killed all tld about SO people and burnt I the houses of ninny The day has Ipuii referred to ever since in the history of Louisville as Bloody Monday and it killed Know Xotliiiigisin in Kentucky A desperate political fiylit occur red in Lexington in the fall of 1838 in front of the IVnix Hotel Tho mas M ireen a descendant of the Mar dialls of Kentucky and one of the most bitter writers Kentucky ever produced was an editorial correspondent of the...

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 March 1900

v p c f I V0LUA1E21 5rv oncrof tSaarS jSi c tho i11 on Railroad measures Bill was endorsed in Tuesday Tho act as it will appear on tho statute books is as follows An act to prevent railroad com panies or corporations owning and operating a lino or linos railroad and its officers agonts and employ es from charging collecting or re ceiving oxtortionato freight or pas senger rates in this Commonwealth and to further increaso and define tho duties and powers of tho Rail road Commission in reference thoroto and proscribing tho man jior of enforcing tho provisions of thia act nnd penalties for tho vio lation of its provisions Bo it enacted by tho General Assombly of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky Section 1 When complaint shall bo mado to tho Railroad Commission accusing any railroad company or corporations of charging colleotingor receiving oxtortionato freight rates over its lino or linos of railroad in this Commonwealth or when said com mission shall rocoivo information or havo reason to ...

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 March 1900

isf 4 SECRET SOCIETIES Bigham Lodge No 256 F AM Regular meetings Satur day night before full moon in cuoh month Visiting brethren arc cordially invited to attend J d Gilbkiit W M J H Kuril Secrotury CRITTENDEN CHAPTER NO 70 It A M meets regularly Saturday night after full moon in eucli month WING ATE COUNCIL No 3 RiSM Regular meetings second Monday night In each month iW Blackwell Lodge No 57 K P Meets every Friday night In K P Hall J W BLUE C C GEO M CRIDER K of It and S Marion Lodge No 60 Regular meetings first and third Monday nights in each month in the Masonic Hall Visiting brethren arc cor dially linltcd to attend J SBRASWELLM W J C BOURLAND Recorder W J J Paris M D PHYSICIAN MARION KY- Office over Ormes Drugstore Telephone No 27 A C MOORE Attorney and Counselor at Law OFFICERooms Marlon Bank 3 and 4 over MARION KY LHJAMES OMJAMES James James LAWYERS MARION SEND NO KY W H Clark ATTORNEY AT LAW riARION KY Office over Haynes Drug Store Prompt attention given to all busi ness ent...

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 March 1900

- Ml --I- r 4 BANQUET Th3 Knights of Pythias A Pleasant Time MENU Turkey Roast Pe Fried Oysters I Corn Welit Bread Wheat Bread neaten Biscuit Celery Cranberry Sauce Brown Dressing Sailed Almonds Nut Sandwiches Salmon or Lobster Salad - Served In cabbage leaves Olives Pickels Cheese Straws Cram Sherbet Cakes Nuts Coffee Tea Chocolate TOASTS K C Walker Toastmaster Kezponsibilities of Pythinn Knights CnAniES Evans Our care should not be so much to live long ns to live well Fraternity Christianity Rev James F Price I call you no longer servants but I have called you friends Tho Shadows o Lodgo Life A C Moork No sunshine but has some shadow f Successors of Damon and Pythias H A IIavnes Greater love hath no man than this that a niau lay down his life for his friend- - Tho Pythian Goat - J W Blue lies a locomotive In trousers Thrao wo Lovo - RevB II Duruv Ve live for those who love us Womanhood and Knighthood J G Rochester With womans noble purity Re as the snow white Ullles are Their glow...

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 March 1900

K it l Mk ibe ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONXTXAB -- Ench sido must the bat OKX DOIX1B hnvo its turn nt Tho trouble in Kentucky seems 1 5 be that wo hnvo two flags and but ono constitution Times like these bring tho level headed fellows to the surface tho other fellows bob up too It seems to us that Mr Taylor would bo a pretty good hand to have up in tho mountains The further up tho botter Tf our friends the enemy will just assist a little in uncovering tho assassin wo can afterwards rontinuo tho discussion of the election law Its few men having lost their cause in court that do not find some fault with tho court So Mr Taylor finds that all Democratic officials are bad bad bad We want peace not war is the way Adjutant General Castleman expresses the Democratic position and thats the correct idoa Stand by and submit to the civil authori ties is tho thing to do Governor General Davis of Porto Rico has asked for 500 tons of rice codfish and bacon for the roliof of tho suffering ...

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 March 1900

r d x v p2qgafsxi Tywlmw f i piB SEE FOUND A GOLD MINE - IT WAS IN HIS POULTRY YARD Man in Iowa Usfes a Compound that Makes His Hens Lay Doubts the Usual Number Summer and Winter Sscret of His Success Pooplo in tho neighborhood of Oreston Iown nro amazed nt tho humlor of eggs thnt this man dii ves to markot with Vhon askod what was tho cnuso of his hens bo iling so prolific ho stated it wbb all in n certain compound ho was us ing that kept his hens in gocd condition and furnished them with tho propor stimulus to egg produc tion American Poultry Mixture is tho name of it and is mado by Amorican Mfg Co Torrov Haute Intl Every man in tho poultry business is interested in tho hoalth of his lions and their laying capa city In the eggs lio his profits This mixture is guaranteed to in crease tho production of ogga 100 por cent or money rofunded It will uo moro than threo times as much as tho same amount of any other compound It is concentra ted in form and tho result of years of practical ...

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 March 1900

f fc w X- Iftews from all over tbe County mmmamammamm DYCURBURG Tho rivor is rising vory fast Stove Tisdnlo hus tho racnslos 1 B Dycus wont to Kuttnwn Sundny J 0 Beunott 1ms a fmo boy nt his house Tom Ensloy of Kelsoy was here one cloy Inst week Mrs Brown of Nashville visited friends here Sunday Jim Holmes the painter is still improving the looks of our town S L Yonoy M B Charles and Mrs Robinson and son went to Piulucah Sunday LOLA J D Foley who has sick with tho measles is boon very Ljjftk nig Rev Gibbons failed to fill his appointment at Union church Sun day The wife of Allen Garrett near Hopewell church died last Thurs day of pneumonia and measles Attorney C L May of Smith land attended Squire Paris court Inst week He represented County Attorney v nson in the prosecu tion Attorney C R Kennon of near Marion was in Squire Paris court last week in defense of Earnest Watson The case against Watson was dismissed Kennon is a good pleader of tho lnw nnd seems to feel it his to defend t...

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

fc va hl TSSWPrytT wr fsfv Mqrion Roller Mills 3 MMrJ H - Tho placo to got your custom grinding The Best Flour Made Little Beauty Dew Drop CLARK KEVIL PHONE 30 2 Marion Ky MFEE IHLL The Cash Grocery All the Staple Groceries such as Flour Meat Lard Coffees Sugars Etc Etc Fresh Goods Low Prices Bring us Your Produce TELEPHONE 23 R F HAYNES Druggist MARION - - KENTUCKY A COMPLETE LINE OF DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES Prescriptions a Specialty T A Ploasuro to wait on you Cnll and sea ueN Storo 10 TELEPHONES Residence 87 COCHRAN BAKER DEALERS IN HARDWARE Farm Implements Saddlery Wagons Buggies Fertilizer Field Seeds Etc Phone SI t MARION KY i H t i - 201 77 2 77 8 4G 20 2 20 3 79 2 79 3 3 1 95 4 47 109 24 10 35 2 20 70 2 30 2 25 42 57 74 45 15 2 15 3 48 2 17 2 17 3 43 38 2 51 2 63 89 59 80 81 82 117 102 Imnnrtant Sheridan Irma Iron Hill impuridni Mattoon Mexico Tolu Craynevillo nnd Snlem are connected with Marion exchange and subscribers have reo use of thoso lines Non-sub scribers must p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 March 1900

J V c WAYOFTHEOSTEICH OBSERVATIONS BY ONE RAISES THEM i WHO The Mala Ostrich Has But One Mate and the Female Is Rather Stupid Ostrich Amusements Are of a Pa cullar Character The llioculx Arizona herd of Inhabits an alfalfa pasture of tuny acres three miles north of tlio i Ity The herd Is second In size In Am i Hi a uuinbiTlug 175 birds the largest 1 bilns ut Fullorton Cal nnd num Ixiiui SUM birds The llrst birds brought from South Allien to America for breeding pur piics rump to California lu 18S2 In lsv fourteen chicks from this herd were brought to llioculx for cxhlbl timi and were bought by Joslah liar licit who proposed to breed them The piiichiise was made during tho sum iw v and Mr Hnrbert put the young hi iN In coops carefully covered tho cm with cloths to keep out the sun iiul drove out to his home In Allium bin All the birds but two were smoth ered to death during the trip It being Impossible to distinguish between the pcxes In young ostriches nnd fearing lie had no male bi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 March 1900

I- I I K v l IV IK S LU tsc 4 I i W M but I must first bo truo to myself - ftje VOLUME 21 w 5555 ssss I r Come and See All 4B fW JZT5S ft pr tho substance of confession but Golden neither denies nor confirms them Campbell tho chief attorney or the Goebel brothers admitted that a confes sion had been mado by Golden but de clined to discuss tho details Referring to Goldcns statement on leaving Lex ington that ho was trying to save Jhiiu self from tho penitentiary and probably tho gallows Campboll said There aro no doubt good reasons for such n statemont Col Campboll gavo tho following in terview N What aro tho chances of unearthing tho alleged conspiracy Robert Franklin tho Commonwealths Attorney who has chargo of tho prose cution of Goobols murderers oxpressr s confidonco that soveral persons in addi tion to those now under arrest will bo apprehended and convicted llio men of tho mountains accustomed to right ing all tho wrongs to which they hnvo boon subjected by tho uso of tho riil...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 March 1900

- M Or Jacobs Is through gnthor lijg corn P M Words School Is progress nig nicely Wheat in this neighborhood 1b looking well Mr J C Minner had an old fashion log rolling last week B P Walker and M G Jacobs were the guest of W H Bigham Sunday - Mr George Douglas of Cnld well Springs was out at church Sunday The boys havo got a good sup ply of tobacco seed sown Thoro will bo a full crop set W H Bigham visitod John t A abridge of near Jackson school I house pahiyy nnd Bufluny aEsgiB8aiMja 1 1 IRews from all over m m tbe County important mnttor CHAPEL HILL wan t tofsell my buggy and linrness at ii bargain for cash C A Wnlker James Hill will quit school at Marion nnd tako hold of the plow handles and try that the rest of tho year Sunday was regular preaching day at tho Chapel Bro Thomp son was on hand with a goodly number II 0 Hill who left this county about 7 years ago and went to Illinois has sold out and will come back to old Kentucky He will move on B F Walkers farm Cal Adams had n f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 March 1900

t I 0TO 1000 m rm sAfezsAa jAsa a pletely cured me It digests what you oat and cures alt forms of itoaacb rftuWa Ittutrarfallafa nlvft immtu jbtuiMhl 9 WWaklHrfit tfklmHOfWi o This great stock of paper is up-to-date in Styles and embraces all pualities and many of the designs are the same as you see in some of the sample books and I will sell them one- v third cheaper dian you buy them from others Come to headquarters and see this great line of the Latest Goods and buy your paper during this Clearance Sale J H ORME mmMmmsmmmgimmmsmm Worth of First Class Wall Paper That I will dispose of at once and to do so I have put the prices down to the low water mark deem best and ho is preparing to make a strong fight This plan was agreed to aftor a series of long conferences by tho Republican attorneys Just why they selected John Young Brown as lending counsel is not stated but is perhaps bocauso he has a following among tho bolting Dem ocrats who will contribute frooly to tho fund which is n...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 March 1900

V is jfcr fPfofttiK ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONSTIAB excelled ORE DOLLAS If wo could got Sheldon to come to Kentucky nnd run some of the Louisville papers n week things might bo improved By nil means let the accused have the best legal assistance in tho Stnto A fair trial and right eons verdict is nil that any good citizen wants England seoms in a fair way to wipe one republic off of tho earth and its but natural for many peo ple in anothor to look upon tho allair with more or less disappro val If our goldbug friends wont have neither Bryan nor McKinloy this time they might run follows Mho name of Palmer and Buck ner on their own hook They owo these gentlemen one fair trial any how Gov Beckham and Air Taylor both spent Sunday in Louisville Frankfort must bo getting bad in deed if its to Louisville her doni zens must go for a little spiritual comfort Tho Democrats and Populists of Nebraska both held conventions Mcnday and both appointed Bry au delegates to their respective ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 March 1900

w ii R C Walker Publisher LOCAL AND PERSONAL A Ziir returned from Louisvillo Monday Mr R P Hnynos wont to Evans villo yestorday Fobs tho tnilor 1ms some pretty goods for suits Tho liltlo child of Bo Whilo is dangorously ill W T Ft rt retumocl to Trigg county Tuesday Two of Mrs Ingrams children aro sick with fever Jim R03 Walker is out after sev eral weeks illness There is a bran now girl baby at Mr J H Morses Albert Butlor of Livings on was in town Monday Mrs Will Mayes was quito sick 1ie fust of tho week Hon B F Saunders of Sturgis was in town Saturday Mr G H Rappoleo of Salem was in town Saturday Mi a Nina Howorton returned from St Lonis last week Miss Mary the daughter of Mrs Tims Donakoy is very ill Mr John R Daughtory of JCol r ey spout Sunday in Marion L L Prico tho gonial Lovias morchant was in town Tuesday Mr 0 J Jonkins of Dokoven i3 tho guest of lolativos in Marion Mr James Paris spoilt Monday with his mother in Union county Born to tho wifo of Leo Rankin on Tuesday of las...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 March 1900

SECRET SOCIETIES 5C Bigham Lodge No 256 F A AM Regular meetings Satur day night lieforo full moon In each month Visiting brethren arc cordially InviUd to attend J G Giliikkt W M J H Kkvil Secretary CHITTENDEN CHAPTER NO 70 It A M meet rvgularly Suturday night ufttr full moon in each month WING ATE COUNCIL No 3 R4SSI Regular meetings second Monday night in each month Black well Lodge No 57 K P Meets every Friday night in K P Hill J W 11LUE 0 0 GEO M CRIDER K of 11 and S Marion Lodge No 60 Regular meetings first and third Monday nights In each month In the Masonic Hall Visiting brethren arc cor dially invited to attend J S BRASWELL M W J C LOURLAND Recorder W J J Paris M D PHYSICIAN MARION KY Office over O meu Drugstore Telephone Nj 27 A C MOORE Attorney and Counselor at Law OFFICERooms 3 and 4 over Marlon Bank MARION KY LHJAMES ON JAMES James James LAWYERS MARION msmmmri SEND NO KY W H Clark ATTORNEY AT LAW HARION KY Office over Haynes Drug Store Prompt attention given to all busi ne...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 March 1900

li r P I V u M t MMMHWIHilHiHIHBilHBHBIHIHBBBaiiHHHIIHiVIHMNHIHHHHHHIHHH rnW r rpr rs ynf w ws fsrJ jiVeS j at w y trw lor FARM AND STOCK NOTES J r Toxhb will Bond n montmoth bldor to tho Paris Exposition It woigliB 1700 pounds and its horns inansuro niuo foot seven inches f m point to point It is ownod by J M Doble n Kentuckian An oxchango Bays farmors nro vary jubilant over tho oxcollont prospects for a good cropyear dur ing llCO Fruit of all kindB nro na yot uninjured and there novor was n brightor prospect for a good wheat crop N Hens boos and orchards go first rito togolher The hen will de stroy much of tho injurious insect lifo which haunts tho orchard whilo tho boos will do a splonded job in tho fertilization of orchard bloom Tho exports of corn for loading countries for the week ending Fob 17 woro 3940000 bush of which America furnished 3490000 Ar gmlina 124000 Russia 130000 and tho Danubian ports 90000 Last Boason tho corresponding lutal was 4003000 and two years ago 230500...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 March 1900

j P ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONXTtAR ONK DOLLAB THE LADIES Organize For the Goebel ment Fund THE PRESIDENTS ADDRESS An enthusiastic mooting of tho Indies was held at Marion Monday to orgnnizo for collecting tho countys subscription to the Goebel Monument Fund Tho following offlcors wero selected nOAKIJ OK piKECTORS Mlw Mina Wheeler President Mis3 Ruby James Secretary Mrs J V Blue Treasurer Mesdames L S Lcffel R C Walker A D McFeo P II Woods O C Gray Jesse Olive and Carrio Mnxwell Marion Mrs Juck Jackson J F Cliftou and Owen Boaz Dycusburg Mrs Win Bar nett Tolu Mrs W B Wilborn Fords Ferry Mrs I D Xunu Bells Mines JIi Mittie Ilubbanl Shady Grove DIBTMCT COLLECTOKS Oak Grove Mrs Geo Foster Crooked Creek- Mrs Geo Howell Heath- Mrs Des Clement Marion Mesdames Lafe Cruce J N Clark J W Wilson Chas Evans and mj Annln Tannehill and Kittio Mooro Midway Lono Star Pinoy Fork and Belmont Miss Nellie Dollins Post Oak Mrs R I Nunn Oakland Mrs Joo Samuels Weston Mrs John Heath Greens Chap...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 March 1900

1 i5wi ff -- -IS SffwF 1 VOLUME 21 m f73 1 V w W 4 IflS r 5d L -7 mm nmr 1 ir 3 1 3 4 ft J Is i Utiir w 5PMSvBK vfl Ji Spring Clothing Wo have tha pick and choice of the market in Menss and Boys Spring Clothing Ours is the best the inarket affords Wo invite ov cry mnn and boy that hns a suit to buy to a close inspection feeling confident that wo will sell becnuse wo have the meritorious goods NffibD QVER Pwwrs Cultcn an J Davis Are -it for the Grand Jury CULTOH TELLS SOMETHING Frankfort Ky March 27 When court convenod this morning tho attorneys for the defense held n consultation and afterwards called County Attorney Pblsgroye r mediately aftof the consultation Governor Brown for the defenso announced that no testimony would bo introduced for the de fense andthat they would waivo further examination The pardoH issuoi to Powors by governor Taylor was tondorod by ex Governor Brown as a bar to tho proseoution and he asked that tho dofendant bo dismissed Colonel Campbell said tho common...

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