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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 April 1900

f - t IRews from all over k tbe J N Batonmus family proving J B Malmn is with pneumonia Wo mo expecting n railroad through here some of these dayst and with our fino farming land and minerals Loin will bloom like a rose The Standard Oil Company ruriii n A eiu ui tmo Brmr oir W C Formans farm Tho vein is said to bo a large one and tho spar is of tho best grade Mr Thomns Tvnor and Miss smith many years nnd parties horo will probably take a lease and un cover tho vein CHAPEL HILL Albert Hughes is on the sick list Misses Ada and Elva Hill wore tho guests of Misses Addie and Ada Bighnm Lvv ialLto W Out in Kansas lives a happy wife She writes J have used Mothers Friend DeWe two confinements The last time I had twins and was in labor only a few min utes Suffered very little The reason why Mothers Friend docs expectant mothers Souuqh good Is because it Is an external liniment to he applied upon the outside where much of the strain comes It helpsbe baysc iwt puics ui me sum rcauuyaiioHJ It a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 April 1900

i IK L 5V C OK m tr W a f Z7 1 8M13JSi H can not suffer in competition with Mg saying Entreat mo not to leave thee or return from followingaftor thee for whether thou goost I will a little island smaller than a singlo go and where thou lodgost I will county in Texas 1200 inilea from lodge thy people shall bo my our shores and peopled by less plo and thy God my God whoro than one sovontioth of our number thou diest I will die and there will of inhabitants povorty stricken I bo buried tho Lord do so to me and prostrate ignorant of tho nnd moro nlso if aught but death moaning of solf govornmont and pnrt thoo and mo Thus comes lwholding modem civilization as this littlo land asking liko Ruth through a glass only that sho may glean in tho Rcciprocity with Porto Rico is vest aftor the roapors not only a matter of duty it is n ing hor shortcomings und asking moasuro of economic wisdom It not to bo oxaltod neither vaunting is tho reciprocity for which tho hor excellence nor spoaking of her ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 April 1900

u 15 This imorrm lane GOUNTV1 COURT Iteitinn of A T rrftniiin for I puts License to be Heard Saturda H P Franklin made uiipii catioii to t o county court Mon day for merchants liconso to soil liquor by tlio quart nt Milford A ronToiislrnueo signed by twonty ono persons was filed and by nn agreement of tho nltornoys tlio rano was sot for Saturday tho 14 On motion of tho attorneys for tlio applicant tho county curvoyor was directed to mako a survoy to duiunnine tho boundry linos of tho neighborhood ono mile with JWilfivd as tho central point 1 V Coniror wis appointed and qualiliod as administrator of tho estate of Obediah Paris deceased PROSRAM Of ths District S S Convention to Be al Weston Saturday April 21 Devotional H e v W T Oakley The lwuefltd of S S the year round 1 1 Wilson How old should n child he before it enters S S C K Travis I it tho dut of imronts to attend S M with their children Uro Pnngburn yhotild tho S S tenuhcr ho icliKious - L V Lrmb Jn it the duty of nu individua...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 April 1900

u - IiC I v t i a I S ii rT v- f V0LUME21 J it t r - y IfOYAL Mk O f ynumjxPiME - J i h AMnvSUHI TOOCI PL r THE CONTEST CASES SET FOR APRIL 30 When A Motion Will Be Made To Dismiss For A Lack of Jurisdiction THE FACTSAS AGREED UPON Each Side Will Have Four Hours To Present Its Argeweet Washington April 10 Louis McQuown and Helm Bruce res pectively nltornoys for llio Dome crntic ami Republican coutosiauts of the job of governing the State of Kentucky nre in the city to present their claims before the Supremo Court The caso was today docketed aid a motion was made to havo it a Jvanced ou the calondar so as the court ciih tako action immediately The casowas set for April 80 and four hours givon on each office Mr Bruce called up the caso and asked for six hours on eaoh side for argument and April 30 as the day of hoaring Ho thought when the motion to dismiss was made and argued the attorneys for both sides should bo permitted o make very full statements Mr Bruce ws apporonlly nbou to if...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 April 1900

Ir it i u SECRET SOOIETIES 53 Bigham Lodge No 256 F A AM Regular meetings- Satur day night before full moon In onch month Visiting brethren arc r nnliallylnvlttd to attend J G Gimikkt W M J H Kkvii Secretary OlMTTKNDEN CHAPTER NO 70 U A M mcet3 regularly Saturday night lifter full moon In each month WINGATE COUNCIL No 35 RiSM Regular meetings second Monday night In each month Blackwell Lodge No 57 K P Meets every Friday night In K P Hill J V BLUE 0 C GEO M CR1DER K of K and S mm Marion Lodge No 60 Regular meetings llrst and third Monday nights in each month in the Masonic Hall Visiting brethren arc cor dlally invited to attend J S RRASWELL M W J J liOURLAND 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 OFFICE Rooms Marlon Bank 3 and 4 over MARION KY LHJAMES OMJAMES James James LAWYERS MARION KY W H Clark ATTORNEY AT LAW HARION KY Office over Hayncs Drug Store Prompt attention given to all busi ness ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 April 1900

A PRIMARY ELECTION June 2 to Nimlnatt a Candidate for Congress Fulton Ky April 17 TJ6 First District Cdmmitteo -fixed Juno 2 nd tho dnte nnd agreed upon n priuary witlfthe door wide upon to Qvery lognWctorwhoploa geB to support tlio ticket The election is not to be held under the low but the good old Democrats way Enoh candidate is to sharo the expense of holding snid primary which will bo light HUSOrANDS0CIAL Mrs J W Trislor assisted by Missos Bessie Trisler and Clara Taylor ontortainod her music class nnd former pupilB at her homo on Friday evening of last week Tho forepart of tho evening was devot ed to music tho following program having boon prepared Happy Days Waltz Thono Stella Rodd Echo Waltz Pratt Mamie Henry Pori Waltz Gooch Rufus Terry Dream Waltz Chaso s Lonn Terry Circus Parade Frot - Kathie Woods Maidens Dream Badar Kittio Mooro Blue Bird Echo Morrison Daisy Clark Then delightful refreshments were served after which Crokinolo Carroms and other games were played until th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 April 1900

Ki II I W - J r - - ft ft ft ft ft ft Bryan nnd Dewoy sounds well Gun Joe Wheeler Is disappoint ed that the Governor of liis State has not called an election to name the Generals successor in Con gress We seemed to have had two county judges in tltfs county Sat urday and Monday and the Court of Appeals may have to decide whether it was the one on or te one off of the bench that is to bo recognized in the matter in con troversy And Mr Clark will not bo ad mitted to the Senate because he bought his seat It is not at all improbable that if all who invest ed in titles of this kind were thus turned down thero would bo more than one vacant chair in the House of Lords The people of Porto Rico are face to face with n famine The price of food is beyond the reach of the masses and the tariff bill locontly passed by congress will enhance tho prices still more Those who can are leaving tho is land to seek employment olse where Congressman John l Rhon made one of the best speeches the dis cussio...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 April 1900

tsr I tvu - ty 7gt R C WALKfcR ftlbflSru i LOCAL AND Mr Claude Brooding roturned from Texas Saturday having boon absent about throo months Filipinos are up to tnoro devil ment in tho Marivalos mountains across tho bay from Manilla Messrs Frank Dodge and Roy Gilbert of Fulton spont Sunday with their frionds in Marion Excitement has boon caused by the alleged discovery of more rich gold deposits near Joplin Mo WANTED To rent a house in Marion of 5 or 8 rooms for July 1st H F Ray Franklin Ky For medallions buttons crayon works photos of Gov Goalwl send orders to Walter Walkor Marion Mr Joo Nelson who moved from this county to Illinois thirty years ago is visiting friend and rolutives in tho county HARPER Whiskey is liquid music bottled poo try ripo mellow Refreshing and delicious Sold by J H Orme Marion Ky Goobel buttons lOcts each 8 inch medallion 1 Photos 5octs Largo Crayons three fourth size 2oo Walter Walkor ogt Cuts wounds bums sprains nnd bruises quickly heal if you apply BAL LAR...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 April 1900

I PINEY In spite of tho wintory weather the farmers of this neighborhood havo planted somo corn By his failure to fill his appoint ment at Enon on the 2nd Saturday j ana Sunday Bro Miller t fclfeT Every j Month there are thousands of f men who nearly suffer death i from irregular menses Come- A times the period comes too often sometimes not often f enough sometimes the flow is too scant and airain it is too 4 profuse Each symptom shows that Nature needs help and that there is trouble in the or gans concerned Be careful when in any of the above con ditions Dont take any and every nostrum advertised to cure female troubles BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR is the one safe and sure medicine for irregular or pain ful menstruation It cures all the ailments that are caused by irregularity sucn as leucor ihoea falling of the womb nervousness pains In the head back breasts shoulders sides Mps and limbs By Tegulatlng the menses so tbat they occur every twenty eighth day all those aches disappear t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 April 1900

M f 7 75fW 1 i irf 1 Qj7 te 1000 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 WVVr5rVV sS5s5jaa 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- third cheaper chan 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 lotter is contradictor that I say J S Pioioe some of tho profession of tho M 12 Tho Uso nnd Abuso of Ds aro broad intelligent men and trinoof Solidification A J Sills yet in their profession thoy aio 13 Should Every Church ITavo narrow and bigoted and dogmatic o Sunday school and a Prayer I reiterate it Some of tho most Mooting J C Kinsolving intelligent oultured preachers in I 14 Can All Christians Unite in Amorica are littlonarrow miiiflpd Fellowship in the Church of cont...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 19 April 1900

r r p3ftK v ATmrtf XS if vr MJVI 19 MULSION S is a food medicine for the X i baby that is thin and not v g well nourished and for the J tr mother whose milk does v It is equaHy good for the boy or eirl who is thin and pale and not well nourished W by their foodj also for the anaemic or consumptive g adult that is losing flesh and strength In fact for all conditions of wasting it is the food f W medicine that will nourish v and build up the body and i give new life and energy H when all other means fail Should b taken in summer MS SJ 9 well as winter X w 50c indfioo lldniggitt w SCOTT BOWNE CheroUu Nw York w WHY SHE SANG How She Escaped a Punishment for Drunkenness A funny old Irish woman by her rt nce of mind and the natural gifts ft ner race pot off without a penalty fuin the Southward magistrate She itrtvled deeply to Ills Worship as yu entered the dock charged with be lli Intoxicated For answer she said sure Your Worship I couldnt help It I had a little drop and begorra was tippi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 April 1900

f r w5ffMl 1 VOLUME 21 rv a fife 5 w tr r f f ho follow coanty sr v irrnTr LlvlNGSTONfinilKTv ScOVAL 1- iWIWTaaeejeepe ejWFw T SUPERVISOR ALFRED 0 MOORE THE PRIZE WINNERS i ne uensus tnumerators Appointed For den and Livingston Counties Tho following poraoi3 hnve been appointed consua enumer ators in this county Jamos M Freeman Morion No 1 Herman Koltinsky Marion No 2 -William K Powell Marion No 3 Porry M WoodallMarion No 4 Percy K Cooksey Dyousburg Qeorgo W Fox Frances Thomna A Harponding Union QJE Weldon Tolu AtatiiAJB Martin Sheridan David 5 Moore Fords Forry Ed ntJJayne Ball Mines Kufus M Ililey East Piney oeJj Chandler West Piney ittiti IKi1 oeeu mraeior uvingstou TjT 3r jyt ifvut UrioaO Wrfeht Crfrrsvillo J Bel Chittenden Hampton WFParis JLola The action of tho Demoorntio Executive Committee in calling the Congressional primary for June 2 is thought to praotically shut out all candidates save the prosont congrosman Mr Whcolor Thft time is too limited twixt this and Juno 2 for ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 April 1900

r I r SEORET SOOIETIES G Bigham Lodge No 256 P A AM Regular meetings Satur day night before full moon In each month Visiting brethren nre cordially Invited to attend J G Giliibrt W M J R Kkwl Secretary OKITTCSDBN CHAPTER NO 70 It A M meet regularly Saturday night after rull moon In each month WINGATE COUNCIL No 35 II 4 S M Regular meetings second Monday night in each month Sfjf Blackwell Lodge No 57 K P Meets every Friday night in K P Hall J W BLUE C C GEO M CR1DER K of R and S Marion Lodge No 60 Regular meetings first and third Monday nights in each month In the Masonic Hall Visiting brethren arc cor dlully invited to attend J S BRASWELL M W J C BOURLAND Recorder W J J Paris M D PHYSICIAN MARION KY- Office over Ormes Drugstore Telephone Nu 27 A C MOORE Attorney and Counselor at Law OFFICE--Rooms 3 and A over Marion Bank MARION KY LH JAMES OWJAMES James James LAWYERS MARION This Circular Pluth Can SEND NO KY W H Cartt - ATTORNEY AT LAW flARION KY Office over Haynes Drug Store Prompt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 April 1900

rf 4 y T v- Marion Ky - r pwm m iU AfttfWlTHUT COMES THE - DERIANDFOR rrri i in rirATrnnrri rnvt i rn Carpets 3 MattinES j Tf 1 4- L I I I SB V H SJ B SJ rurcmnmi J I Let me supply your wants in these goods ists at his houso i ft t f tt 1 I l l 4 r t lTl Windew 1 will treat you ngrt in prices all along the line Best Refrigerators Made Elegant Goods Very Cheap Prettiest Baby Buggies Call and see my stock of Mattings Carpets and Linoleums My carpet samples affords the widest field from which to select J N BOSTON THE CASE That the Commonwealth Expects to Prove it Louisville News Froann authentic source your cor respondent loarried j to jday what tho prosecution expected to prove in con nection with tho Goebel assassination The following is only a brief outline Gov Taylor Charles Finley and Caleb Powers conceived tho idea of startimr a row in the State Ilousr Fin- Hay and Powers were tho pronu tors Governor Taylor finally agreed The idea had not been entirely aban doned whori Ilcnty E V...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 April 1900

I I If Mr Finley will como home stand his trial and demonstrate that ho is an innocont man groatly persecuted he will gratify his friends and silonco his ouemies much quicker than by drawing diagrams for tho delactation of the Hoosur Gosmor Why not require candidates in regular elections to bear the expense of holding tho elections Theso elections wo presume are hold solely for tho bonofit of tho candidates and tho people are roally putting thomsolves to a whole lot of unnecessary trouble whon they go to tho polls to votoj Poducah wants Admiral Dowey See sent him an invitation to call and along with tho letter wore twelve quart bottles of the colo bratod Brook Hill whisky The Admiral delayed tho reply o fow days and then sent Word that he would see them later Mr Colson risked his life and liberty with a Kentucky court and hns no cause of complaint Indeed it seem to ba universally concodod that the jury did tho right thing This shoul J bo encouraging to tho other gentlemen who are bo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 April 1900

V V C t 1 lqfkM fV T WH yE - - PTff A 4 P kC Walker iVb sh ei LOCAL AND PERSONAL EdDoss spent Smulny in lion tlerptm j Qunrioily court is in sobsiou this wejik Vft Joel Fnrmor i ut woik in Union county Mrtj Grooms of Princeton wns iriiciWnFridny Miss Bessio Nunn iB tenching a spring soliool at Hebron Mr Percy Noggle of DoKovon sWt Sunday in tliiscfty 7 Cabinet pliplo of Gov Goobol nOconts nt the Pucss office Mrs A F Griffith wns the guest of friends in Clay Inst week 1nm ngnin in thq laundry busi ness Otlib Pickens iOrfll at the Press Office and 830 Ihofiufi pidffrrifcbf Goobol Ejmor Cato of Petersburg is at work in the barber ship nt this place 13d Gray returned to Henderson Sunday sftor several days visit at norao - - WANTED TotentiThouse in Marion of 6 or 8 rdni9 for July 1st H F Ky Dr J D Hnrdwick and wife of Dixon wore guests of friends nnd relatives iii this city the first of tho week - Jt For medallions -buttons crayon works photos of Gov Goebel sand orders td Walter Walkpr M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 April 1900

fc lc r I- w I IRcwe from all over tbe ount CARRSVILLE Several persona aro on the siok list Rev Wise of Salem proaohed hero during Easter week Earnesl Stallions walks with the aid of sticks Rheumatism is the cause Several of our -business men went to Smithland Mi is week to attend circuit court Telephone talk has died away hero Porhaps it was nothing more than talk anyway With tho coming of spring the farmers have begun to plant corn Many aro already done Mr H W Stevens formerly of this county who graduated at JLe banon O last week has sent in his application for our school James Barnott of Toxaa has moved to this county locating on tho John Baker farm below town Mr Barnett once lived hero TOLU Wheat never looked better Jonathan Stone lost horse last week 6 m m h - good Rov H K Berry was the guest of Dr Worford of this place last week A J Bennett and Master Trice have just returned from Nashville Tonn Pierce Cloyd have a nico lot of lumber on tho rivor bank for shipment L A Woldon a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 April 1900

V 1 M lfi4vXs t -- j nr rtivijc i DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY t v y CALLED FOR JUNE A CANDIDATE FOR cast in said primary election as anpoarsifom the returns of tho prooinot elootion officers and tho candidate receiving a plurality of votea oast at Baldpreplnot olootiqn shall be doolarpd the Democratic nominee for Congress in the said Ftref Congressional Distriot to bo voted for at tho November election 1900 All person who voted for Brvait in 1896 Iholo persons who ogtaly deolaro thoir intentions to afluiato with tho JJflmooratio party in the future and such Dernocnltio yoitbs an may attain the ago of 21 years before the November election - arehorobydeolaredeHgibUtapar tipte in Mid primary eottn 1 i nJ ki U fnrflinrnrnvirlail Tho ut ilriuJbjMtVL bt t J21I L ii tiia u ti ui IWMUAI f 2 TO NOMINATE CONGRESS v At a meeting of the Domocrntio the candidates forsnid nomination Executives Committee of tho First nnd the some shall be assessed rftb ly and proportionately against Congressional District ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 April 1900

r vj - fr WjS 3a aAAAA444iltHttMMOMMfftW Friday and Saturday Nights We Will See Them at the Opera House Tliis is coiimaneemeiit week in Mlrioii ami the young folks lmv iiifjr comploted n your of eamesf baccesstiil work nro piopnring for tho ponimonoeinent oxereises nt the onarn houso Fridny mid Satur day evenings Theso nro always great occasions for Marion and the niriir promises to be as full of interest as ever Tlio county examiners complet ed their work of grading the exam ination papers of Mis Brownings class Thursday Theie aie twenty fuuluates this vear hesules tliei boven who took the examination in February Those who passed at this last examination are Maud Hurley Liiinio Xunn Lizzie Gard ner J 0 Ingiain Mabel Guesr tfesbie Trisler Leslie Woods Xcile Champion Atta Cophor Deanio Williams Nellie Kay Jes sie G leon Chiiro Taylor Earnest Paris Walter James Jacob Cridor Ilealy Cochran Robert Fowler Wilborn J A Carson Duke Hay don Those who jMissed in Fob maiy and are thereforo mem...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 May 1900

m 4- h -I m St- r - VOLUME 21 FORI TIGOHDEROCA Miss Nolle Walker Writes a Letter V Her Former Pupils C to Crown Point N Y April 25 To iho Hebron School Children lear Children Four months linvo passed siuoe I bid you good byOj bnt I often think of you and wish I could boo your bright fnces and hear your merry voices again Old winter has gono and you aro enjoying thb spring warmth and sunshine I presume you boys aro up with the lark and make the woods ring with the whistle and song of the plow boy Suspoct you havo had Borne slight attacl s of the dpring fovoi already ha o you not We are just gelling our first bright days but it is still real cool and we havo tires The snow has at last disappeared from every where but back in tho mountains Looking over on tho Green Moun tains somo snow can still bo soon on thorn I havo enjoyed tho win ter and tho pleasures it afforded but am ready for somo warm days Wo took a drive one afternoon last week and I want to tell you of somo things I saw Wo ...

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