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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 January 1901

? "J U- i ft II Hi? B if r. 3 ?! I'll A k'3 a H ft. ' i '! i i i I l I ft ! hi ci Hi THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rinnsiicD weekly. MARION, : J : : KENTUCKY. i WEEK'S BIB All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed. IIOME AM) FOREIGN ITEMS Stews of the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings at Homo and Abroad. THE XEWS FROM ALL THE "WORLD COXOItK.!IO.AL. Upon convening on the 3d the senate took up the army Wll with a view to pressing It to a final vote as won as possible. Bill were introduced providing for the extension of the land laws of the Unltod States to Hawaii and to create a department of education giving the head of the department a place In the president's cabinet.. ..In the house the time was occupied in discussing the reapportionment bill. Mr. Hill (Conn.) introduced a bill to maintain the legal tender silver dollar at parity with geld. DO.MKSTIC. William II. Hopkins, the postmaster at Scenery Hill. Pa., fatally shot his wife, mistaking her for a burglar. W...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 January 1901

I The 4,vcgrsibiiul Coiiiinittcc Ro - i'3 tnc Taking ol Testimony at Phllndclph ". HEW WITNESSES ARE COMING FORWARD llic Urol ti ihkI viilhoii) f I'riinLforl. K., III nf llim fulled iih 1 ii ill' I llml lmi Willi llim on .iiiiiinl nl HI" .' lMiliiiHpllu. ''' " The emigre- i.i ,il iiininittff appointed for 1 lu uf inquiring l" the nllfW"! hning "' ftiiii"i" cuiletM Oncnr L. iuu)f of llriNtol, I'm.. hiiiI .liilin Urcth. of Slti.oiiii, I'a.. icmniied tin- Inking ,f ii lit tin1 lnfii.ette hotel. 'l In Kiininilli'i Iiiih fled nliii' o'clock 'foi tin- beginning uf tin tlilnl n..y v...rl I ti t it was in o'olnck before thi llinl Willie was sworn. Tin' niiiiiniti'iMtu'ii ntlHchcd much import - in it tu Hie ti'Mt i .v of tin' Iu.m vilm 'I'lu Urcth finally, which firmlv believe tlmt .lolin died. Imliri'i tl. of hnzlng nt Went Point, mill Viitiiony Mtiriinin uf Frankfort. lv llii'i tent untie, wore heard i.ir.nf tin- day. Nuiu' uf thee wit-M ik tc tilled before (lie military 1m, i' I uf uiiiil...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 January 1901

f - "-"" ipurf"."!!" " M"T 'V wvt"Mt'pwnH H" rr !8MS!i I A Happy and Prosperous New Year W-H-H-H-H-W-W-H-I-4-H-W-H-:- H-:I-H-K-J-H-H-H-:-I-H-!-H- To All ! H-H-l-H-W-H-I-H-I-HH-W-I-H-I-H- H-I-K-H-I-I-H-H-I-H-H-W-H-H-W- T. M I if r ) ' ... :. V T r I y.t fce ,k i :SL i- 7, r (It I ' r if m -Ns f J5j ij Vif i ii We thank our numerous customers for the good business we enjoyed last year, and hope by Good Goods, Fair Dealing and Low Prices to show our appreciation of same in 1901. We Commence Now to have our Clearance Sale and all Heavy Goods Must Go! LADIES JACKETS. We have about 50 up-to-date Garments which you can buy now AT COST, They Must be Sold. Yn will nmko our minnrnl hnvo froo access to Marion and umn an important foaturo of the to each other. Tho extension phi-(Marion Monday Pruss. All information regarding 003 Smithland and Unmpton nnd1 MiseKittiallill roturned homo Wed- (Join Paul Krugor will pay this - m m w a n n.j r 1 T nr v t iw ii'niiir a T n .& l . """' "'"" " ".- ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 January 1901

.; SWftf T$XZ. C. WALKElt, - Publiahor fALTEU WALKEK, Mnmigor. .OGAL AND PERSONAL. Noxt Afondny ia county court ly. Hnrlow & Wilbon noxt Snturdny light. Dr. Dixon's family nru guosts of riontlfl in Tolu. Mrfl. Idii Mnrip, of Tolu, ia vio. ting in tliia oity. iAfr. Wultor Piorco of Snlom wns town Siiturdny. Call and got n sumpln copy of liu Farm and Homo. Miss Carrio Mooro roturuud from ndiBonvillo Saturday. Mr. K II. iIiimtiB, of KvmiBvillo, fas in town Inst week. W. H. Cophor ia visiting in Mu- lon, 111 , liia old homo. School rosutuod work Monday, ftor two wuoks vacation. Seu thu big atrool paradu of Hur w & Wilson's Minstrols. Courier.Jounml Almanac on lalo nt Hnynos' drug storo. Miss Alice Browning roturuod from Evnnsvillo last weak. Tlio distillery nt this plnou has jlosod down for the present. Mrs. Kflie JonkiiiH, of Eddyvillo ia visiting friends in Marion. Mr. W. L. Adams spent ShIht. day and Sunday in Louisville Miss Vuh Hoorth, of town, III , roturuod homo Monday. M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 January 1901

I ' .Li !"" I . t . aSV7w& Davidson Talks of New Tork Fashions Writes of Home Gowns, the Craze for Gold and the After Christmas Bargain Novelties OMR charming gobuns 3 designed for home tocar for home -wear arc quite an GOWNS ns the more elaborate affairs designed for street, or visiting occasions. Of the cut af this clnss of gowns the sleeves are the most important feature, and some not el ideas are worked out in them. All sorts of fancy and unique effects are worked into these and many have the double sleeve effect. Of the materials for this class of gowns the light- jflLLLHkMlLaLMTtW A BLOUSE OF MCRVEILLEUX 8ATIN AND TUOKED CHIFFON. weight cloths, such as cashmeres, crepes, silks and satin-faced cloths, are popular. Some general idea of the house gowns that are being seen may be had from the following description of a few of them: A charming affair is of light brown cashmere. 'Of this the skirt is made of .small knife kilts at each side of the front gore, having rows of narro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 January 1901

HE PRESIDENT WILL SPEAK. Iclirntlmi of Hie I,lculn ,lMj Aiinlt rratir; nl t'HriiPKlc Hull, i'ir York, I'rlmirtrr 11, Nt t ork, .Inn. 7. (len. 0. 0. How-i,l iiiiiioiiiicrd, Kuntlny night, at tlio sutIiiij? f tin People' Chornl union, (oojici rnlon, that President Mu- tuilry will ho imp of the speakers ut foe celebration of the birth of Abro- Lm Lincoln, to he held at Carnegie lull the evening of Febnmry n. Got. O'Dell will preside. Col, Henry .atterHon of Louisville, will ilellver h on Lincoln, and Fred K. Isroohe will read n pouin on Llneoln. One of the feature of the llon Mill he Hinging by the choral inlon, under the leadership of Frank baiuroM'h. The bund of tho Fifth Jolted KtutPN artillery from .Ft. limn- Iton will furnlHh the Intruiueutal imislc. fQ TURN STATE'S EVIDENCE. ie of lir Cnilnhy Kidnaper Will I a a. HkiMltlMll lllttilllMK. faasst ' " ""' "" af TurnliiK "Itttr'a Kililrnrr. )mahii, .Neb., Jan. 7. -In a letter illed at Llneoln u writer, who himself a one of the Ijvtn o...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 January 1901

v mi m 1 u : I P. .. !. :t i 1 it .1. ! ) n , . v 'ft F4 f.! i IM 5 : i ' b ' I i r ji K s h im H n f .? STARR. ' v Carl Bauchor'a wifo prcsontcd him n lino boy as a Christmas gift, and Carl hired two clerks at onco and loft fho storo. Prayor mooting at Pinoy creek hurgh ovcry Sunday ovoning. An immonso crowd attended tho burial of Mr. Frank Swansoy at Pinoy Sun-day before Christmas. T. W. Vinson is teaching a tine school at Enon. O. W Andrews is visiting in Tonnosseo Mr Andrews has beon in Jdolicato health for some timo and ho hopos tho trip will benefit him. Mm Lura Wood, our teacher, visited f rionds on Pinoy Christmas. Ed Paris wiil move into this baliwlck; glad to have you, Ed.i Candtdatos aro being talkod of; come out, boys. IRON .HILL. Your correspondent Jhaa beon absent from your columns a few wooks on account of changing location. Social parties and pound suppers aro frequent around here. Mrs Joanna Truitt visited her sister, Mrs J. C. Brown, Thursday. Miss Becky Ann Hodges...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 January 1901

l- "i 'Jl'UU J BMPPWiI'ijiii ' JSVWI'J SS ,.. ." .i.,y TOTjWWWHf ti?SSWBWnIWMSaIMWK 7 V ' F She rif f mfam tzm . , " "" " ' !. ! ,M ' 'N'"H III II 1 II !! ! .11 Ml I ! I I II !,. - M MM III VOLUME 22. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 17, 1901. NO 31 HH - H - MW - J - l - H - W - H - H - W - W - W - H - :!: niin AJIIeMLvi AMfl nJHiirno uun mniLo hiiu iviiimno. OUR MINERALS ARE BEING 4"H-M-1-W-H-H-I-M-M-M-H-M-M Latost Now York quotations uu i lluor tiimr, including froight: Koiitmky lump $12.10 ground Ifi.lK) tor Foreign, lump..' 10.00 " ground 12.20 The .lopliii'iucnud load market! but Iiiih mi upward tendency. Zinc nt .loplin por ton 27 .(X) head, por 100 lb 2.JW 1'ricoof apoltor at Si. LouiH.$:MK) Load sales ill St. LoiiIh. pur the 100 lbs 1.20 tho llary tei A moricau $ 8.00 Foreign lfiW) Tlio circumscribed limita of the the dopoits of lluor ojmr in this country Hcareoly a good Br.od county of in area- should warn tlio prod ileum nut to bj too gonoroua m tliolr dealings...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 January 1901

A H i H N U ' v. y$ THE CRITTENDEN PRESS! rcnLUiicn weekly. ifAKIOh. : : : : XESTCCKY. .4, 1SOI JAHUAKI. IWI T I 676t V;lltl2 20 27 22 23 24 25 26 i 27l"28j29!30 14 4 . . , !. - Aa 14 eal 0O fmrw a --- - - - -- rfia. 1 WEEK'S RECORD All the Xew3 of the Part Seven Bars Condensed, H03IE .VXD FOREIGN ITEMS 5cw3of the Iw!ntrial Field, Pcreosal and Political Item, Happcuinjj3 at Home awl Abroad. TIIE SEWS FROU ALL TIIE WORLD A Mil km In trolli f4 S ths n th "th by gnator Vet gHo,J,lo prerat hazing at military The credentials of J T Morgan. eltd eiaKr f.n Alabama for, the flflh tlmf. wre pttnt !!nator ' rHje tMaac ) pok In favor .of a larje army -and pary. ...In the houxe the reappnrtloamnt b4H waa further U.jtJ e4. ' Hill irere lntro3oet to extend the Chine txOurlon law and to favor war veteran, when coxjxtent. tor official portion. Senator PettlKrew and Ifawjcy had a harp jilt .In the nate on the th orer I xne conieT jeaiure 01 in unnr Twnt,n' Izatlon bllL.. In the home the reapportionm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 January 1901

11KNPI1 Richard Yates InaugtirAtcd or Illinois at the Jj jstrtte'cajltal OATH ADMINISTERED BY JUDGE DANECY. Wllllnm 'I'. Ilitrhln liiiiiiuontlcil nf Initlniiii utiil Alexander ill. Mockery llocrimr (if l Inourl I'lnn Wrnthrr 'renlleil All Hound, Springfield, III., .Jan.. after noon Klulinnl nlys governor of Illinois. The day wni bright ami clear, and t ho city wis thronged with tlsltors from all part of lm state. AtrtMS,i?flok Gov, Yutes, b appeared on tin rostrum of this houi, followed by Mtm aton, Mrs. Tanner and statu oillcers with their wives, A moment Inter Mrs Yates, tin mother of (lov. Yules, was escorted lo tin? platform, noVnilAIHUVATKS. und nt ll:5n the Iuiiihc wiin enllrd to order by SMnkcr Sherman. The uiua. .iigc. .of the outgoing governor wn H(triiifjtd to jiio ,ljtfht pm)fr with dlirdfciYtYepoVtlr f niufth.t Wnlr char- HaUlii liibULutloUK.WH,. The Neiiato repttirrd in a Itody to the limine. . , ft A resolution wn adopted to the of ft that the rending of the nicuMugn o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 January 1901

I I . ,1 It !r I ' r (; &' f lh H i's r v f " i' u rv" 17 ? WlWf VJ iV !88i!g8!iiig3!i! A Happy and Prosperous New Year I'M-I'M"! I H-HI I-H-H-I-M-H-H-K H-H-H-I-J-l-W-l-l-K-H-W-H-I-K' H-l-H-M-H-I-i I I !! I-l-I- To All ! TH J n rn rrrn T 3-i-Aji .a, J We thank our numerous customers for the good business we enjoyed last year, and hope by Good Goods, Fair Dealing and Low Prices to show our appreciation of same in 1901. We Commence Now to have our Clearance Sale and all Heavy Goods Must Go! LADIES JACKETS. We have about 50 up-to-date Garments which you can buy now AT COST. They Must be Sold. Monday tho President of tho Unitod Statos was elected by tho oloctoral college. Very little attention is ovor given by the people to tho work of the electoral logo, and they look on its action as a inoro mattor of form, but tho electors are not by any means forced to vote as thoy wore ohoson to do, and tho result could bo changed. Mr. McKinloy received 294 oloctoral votes and Mr. Bryan 158. Th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 January 1901

(Sip fib 1. 0. WALKER, - PubliBhor WALTER WALKER, Mnimgor. 0IJITUAIUK8: Not oxcrmiinir 10 linen will bo iiu1)!ImIiim1 fn;o of chnrgo. All ovor 10 linori nt f contn jwr lino. KKSOIiUTIONH Of RKSTKGT: $1.00 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. l S, Nunii win in LoulBvil'o .Mnmlny. Dr. Hnyrton, of Snlom, whb in town Tnoudny. Hov T. E. Tiiuiiions in in tliiB wook. A Inrjjd crowd wna in town luting county oonrt day. 1 K. CookBoy,. of Dyousbnr, mb in town county court dny. )r .1. It. Clark mid family linvu mlurnixl fruiti L'rincuton, Ind. Mr Mnrion MoiidorBon, f Wob. Htcr county, wna lioro Monday. Dr (. H. Young Iihb not inovod Iiih ollico hb bnu Imjoii roporlod. Mik( Stidio Townd, of Frankfort, ia thu gnuBt of fiinndB in tliiH city MiusMoIvilloGlonn, uf Shirks, spout Snturriny and Sunday in this nty Jtulgo Clifton, of Dycusburg, was in town Friday and Saturday Sorvicoa waro hold at tho Nuptial church .Sunday and Sunday night and World Almanac for sale at llnynofl' drug htoro John W. Wilson and wifo havo ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 January 1901

A 1 t Mv t LH fv .i c - i u . SETTLEMENT WORK. "P?2SS8j Shfflifp1 An Interesting Feature of Social Life in a Great City. It- Mnln Ol.Jrcl In lei CJootl cn niul to Siirrntl I'nllli In the of Muni I nml Civic Vlrtura. Special Chicago Lottor. of the various social settlements NONE of Chicago present features of greater interest to the humanitarian or student of sociology than Chiengo Commons. Its mentality supplies an found in no other of the kind. It was founded by Itev. 11. F. Ilegncr, now pastor of Uethany church at Chicago. The growth of the settlement has been chiefly directed by Prof. Graham Taylor, of the Chicago Theological nnd its pleasant personality, if one may be permitted thus to characterize it, largely the outcome of his long-cherished plans. He is head resident and his services are rendered gratuitously, as arc those of his family. There are about 30 residents, nearly all of whom pay their board, who give all their spare time to the work. Many of these nre teachers. A f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 January 1901

MARRIED AT IWPORIRJ Tb lupMj&sof jAlfej gwynnc VandeTbllt andMiss Elsie French. Celebrated. BRIGHTER SUN NEVER SHOWN ON BRIDE. Kvrrstlilnsr Coiwirctrii Willi tlti Af fnlr llcupnUr llrliU ii nil (iriHiiu "Wt'rw lli '" ('lillillioiul'a ! (JrT on hp Hour) iiiomi Trip. Newport. It. I.. .Inn. H. Although tn ihi depth of wliitor tliin well known uiili'HiifnJltroe'loofc olf ,l "-'"' l luncc f y BHiiiHicr liii'ly tlu toildiTiKbf Alfred" (Iwyimc VttiwUrbllu prolmbly iiiohI wrullli of iktSrfililAlprnnitloii of tlic mlfrjj ftyiiljjr, and Mim KIMc Vru li iimrmtiiif iVwport kItI and f rnir plinnnlo of tho hriilcrronm, tm il of .Mm. Frederick Orme I n i ' u resident of the city for ) i irn. - ).iiilitr miu kWfirmHhon, for nr v i. j.ii. niiililitiMiltifgUJ ievJjipnoHi in tlii .ur. it djirnot attain to he a y, liti l.i. (In niii ion v took place fit noon. i, tk ''. rlnki Memorial ekurok of -1 .liliii On- I'. nitKidi.it, far up in the 1 MirUi f'rtlVi'ffIty, on the ery pi , h i f irr.tguitMctt ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 January 1901

Ll, I Ml I w d hi KV R. IT -i ' NEW SALEM. Folix Tynor, who moved from thi Footion to Arkansas Homo two yenra oro. nrrivcl wifely back to his old homo on tho Hrd of this mouth. Folix says that thcro is too much wntor whero ho lived and twins bred in Old Kentucky n fel low don't liko too much water. Tynors Chapol has just received a now dressing in the way of a new roof and other repairing. Dr. C. R. Stovons, the veterinary surgeon of Salem, was in our vicinity last week. Win. Robortson has sold his farm to Harrison Aston. Etwell McWhistcr has moved to tho Will Lowory farm lately occupied by Bob Throlkold. Rov. A. II. Humphreys has moved to Dycusburg. E. L. Franklin and wifo and Mrs. Laura Hayden, of Salem, wero visiting friends hero last week. Tho mining interest has commenced to show somo life. It was quito dull tho first week of tho Now Voar. Tho Western Mining Co., is prospecting on tho farm of Tom Harpending and will ship a samplo of tho firo clay this weok, so as to dotermino i...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 January 1901

.f -? qpr . t .-- ,..f l 2.4? Cfiffjetiftett hr00 DLUME22, MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 24, 1901. NO 33 SEEKING TREASURES OF MOTHER EARTH. PASSING EVENTS IN Wo liavo received a groat ninny iiirlos from out of town regarding tho oros nud uerd fluvulonmoilts of this boo- ' ,ii of tho State. A rittlior full .... . . . acnptioii of thin vory "torost. m' mid productive diHtriot will Ixs bhohod in tliiopnpor in its issuo January JHhI. Copios wrapped r mailing will Iks " furniblitxl on plication ly oithor mail or As tliio edition will la it will bo absolutely necessary place Hiioh ortlora by or before jndiiy next. jiilunt Now York quotations on luor sjmr: luor Hpar SIU.'.K) lo ding iogrado. round lluor apar, first grndo, JlfiiK) pyjMiiui, ground, $3.00 to SS.50. Udire, Amorican common, $0.25 to $10 00 Harytoa, crude, $7.75 to $0.00. Ilarytos, (Ionium snow white, $17. All tho iilwvo la .baaed on 2,000 ha., tho freight lo New York from Iariou lwlng $5.10. Nearly a thouBand to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 January 1901

, ! tjt mr B ut x 3 I I ? .'II THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rOHLISUED WKEKLT. MARION. : t i t KENTUCKY A WEEK'S RE R All tho News of the Vast Seven Days Condensed. IKttLE AND FOREIGN MEMS News of tlio Industrial Field, Personal and I'olitlcal Items, Happenings at Homo and Abroad. 1'IIE SEWS FROJT ALL TOE "WORLD co.ghi:ssiox.l. On the Nth the senate devoted the time to consideration of the army bill, but no progress was made. Teller and I'ettlgrew resorting .to flllbuMnrlng tactics.... In the house kooiI XTOKrcAs v.ib made on tho river and bill, U of thts 97 pases bolnR Many amendments wero offered, but all failed. Tho senate on tho ISth further considered the army reorganization bill. A bill was paused granting a pension of JSO a month to Horatio N. Davis, father of the late Senator Davis, of Minnesota.... In tho house tho time was spent on the river and harbor bill without completing It. Tho naval appropriation bill lJT7.000.COO) was favorably reported. During tho discussion of the army re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 January 1901

I IS NOT FAR OF i Life of Queen Victoria is Slow ly But Surely Ebbing Away at Osborne House. PREPARATIONS FOR THE END MADE. Ire VU it Nllitht Itekluillltiir ' llif Kill inrU .Miiiiiliiy, llnl Ihe irmlly 'iriilNU mm Muroly In U I it if Mm War Hm Kent of 1.1 fc. Mhoriu House, 1mo of Wight, 3 p Ihe miiowing oinciiii uuilcllu im hi posted I'lu' uli.'ht improvement of UiIh ruing Ih iniiintiihii'il. fclgned 1 ' JMi:s HKll), "It DOUGLAS POWKLL, "THOMAS HARLOW." ,n IJnit Hold Out. nwes. .1 21. 4:33 P. in.- A sllirhl kroMiixnt Ik wild to lie vhdhlc In qui tut luutlitjon, but there In no of un t liitiLT Int u fatal cndlui nii'li' ih awaited with tin meat- aiiMi'l l':tral.NlH U Hprcudiug to ll p.u.i oiiriWMncnt Ih being ar- ,,i i t'liiuiiitdcrcd. Hit palace Ik Ikid I li n ik scarcely room for (uriiim mid IiIh staff. Ill thi cvti'ption of ucwmpcr ! nfn. there nrc only a lew ll witulf the gate. Telegrams It i to ixMir In from nil parts of w nl llraiiiiitttiiltril o Oklmrtir. ,it, .i.ii .'i. i in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 January 1901

! i M i ?i j" It iiw t f ' bt.M. Kj fls H. C. WALKER, - Publisher. WALTER WALKER, Manager. 0VX7X1K IXBSZXAJt ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce M. F. POGUE as a candidate or the Democratic nomination for Representative of Crittenden and Livingston counties in the next general assembly, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce A. J. BENNETT, n candidate to represent Crittenden and Livingston counties in the next General Assembly of Kentucky, aubject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce JNO. T. FRANKS', a candidate for the nomination for Shoriff of Crittenden County, subject to the action of the Republican party. Hon. V. Perkins, of Sebree, has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for State Senator in this Senatorial district. Representative Wheeler is in of a large number of letters from Kentucky Democrats endorsing his views in regard to the plan of selec...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 January 1901

9Pf lfcS K. 0. WALKER, . Fubliihor WALTER WALKEK. Managor. OIJITUAHIES: -Not oxcoedlnK 10 linos will bo liubliBluxl roo of charge All over 10 linen nt fi contti per lino. UKSOLUTIONS OK HKSl'KCT: H.OO 13(1, Doss was in Stnrgis Sunday Mrs. FrancoH GivotiB 1b quito flick. Prosaloy Davis is on Iho sick list. (live tlio Mngnot laundry a fair trial.. Mr. Floin Akora and wifo aro 1k)Hi vory Hick. Mr. (. W. Perry, of Blackford, ;h lioro Sunday. Suhricrilx) for Bryan's groat "Tlio Coininonor." Ruv. Rico conducted sorvicoa at tlio C1 P churoli Suudoy. Mr W. H. Cophur is suiroring with an attack of tlio grip. Mr J J. Bonnott, of Caldwell county, was in town TuoBday. Collector Ed. Franks, of wan in tlio city last wook. Rolit. Montgomery, of Livings ton county, Hjxint Tnosday in this cily A repertoire of best dramas and comedies at opora Iioubo all next wook. Flonry Oundiff, of Tolu, was in town Tuesday, greotiug his old frionds, Moaors. Ollio Tuokor and Orocd Taylor woro in Wobalur county Sund...

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