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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 February 1901

. ;&-i V" . , fc '1 te Ml in 1 h 3 R II I rj O !'. Li i 1 y , V ?' THE CRITTENDEN PRESS ruiiMsiiKu wkkuiv. MAUION, t KENTUCKY. A rroumluMit Mntuo of tho Into Quoon Victoria, chiplcd 3(1 yours njjo, is boiiic prepared for its pi nee- on top f tlio sarcophagus, bv the side of the prince uomKrl'h statue. In convcqnonoc of tho dentil of Ilnron Wllholm von UollichHrt. 3 !u ron Armuud do Rothschild, of IPurlH, becomes tho head of tin Frankfort banking house of tho family. I I Ml I I I m MM"! Tho bill providing for the of capital punishment and electrocution aw the method, inssed the Colorado house on the third mullny. on the Sth, by a ote of 41 to 84. In view of the many contradictory reports regarding Downier l'mpress 3'rcdorlck, tho. llritlsh embassy in nnnouneed, on tho 0th, that no change in her condition had been reported there. Kinpf Victor I'mmnnuel of Italy conferred, on the Sth. with Signors I villa, liio.ottl, ltudini and Uinncheri, with 1he view of forming a new cnbinet to ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 February 1901

Bin bid. Chicago Gets un Additional Seven Inches of Fine Snow With u Gale Accompaniment. MANY CROSS-TOWN CAR LINES TIED UP, The mhulliitf .'ntnrm of the Ktorm iu I'rodiictlve .f Ainiifriiim One Mint llelnit Killed anil Aiiollirr Kit tally Injured .Sturm tlenrrnl In Various l'iirm, ( Fob. 0. Seven Inches of Mnuw fill In Chicago during tin storm wlui h started Friday afternoon mill whith inged until morning, resulting Hi un almost complete of tunny of tlif crow town cur lines, ntul liitcrnii.tlnir the suburban train ii'nii n on nil roads. So blinding wnH tins line finow, drhen by u northeast wind, which (it times i em hid n oloely of ouir 40 miles nil hour Hint tunny accidents resulted. One mini wns kllli'il ntul another in iirtc1 nt u nuJt of the storm. mlrcw .1. Rwlttcr, u railway switch iiiun. wiim run down nml instantly killed ly dranii Trung engine. wltr was facing: the storm, and did mil limr the bell. Alvln Curlson wiih hUo mil down nml badly mangled wImIc inspecting nir brakes...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 February 1901

M V i f rvt ' i b &.' fir v it w ? u ft. ' I ' 4 'f? Pxms 1 fnerai aemoijf iudicck 10 mo aunuu u( the Democratic primary. We are anthorized to announce A.J.BENNETT, to the action of the Republican party. The tax on the bank check stays with us, but the tax on beer is to Ikj reduced. iir . .11 The candidates for ths Legislature seem to b the only "pebbles cm tho beoch," so far. The increase in war vossols is advocated by the people who make armor plate to sell the government. " " 1 1 1 When thoBe electric lights nie turned on in Marion, wo fear a disclosure of the familiar old mud holes in the streets. Mrs. Nation did not create the enthusiasm nor consternhtion in Chicago she anticipated,'. and she hurried back to Kansas, where freaks and cyclones have au equal standing. In the President's nnv nominations Sampson is promoted above Schley. It not uufrequoutly that one man bears the brunt ' of tho battle whilo another in the emoluments and tho honors. Tho New England Gas and Coke 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. — 14 February 1901

sBSBmaseraagBB Q U A L I l m. X uality guaranteed nsurpassed fit bsolute satisfaction eading styles nastimabla worth stifying values 3 I iriRwfwfJ'f'WflgtclnMj To rhKms l Ismwi ilr and Mir, Kf utf KtKt folks sine lb praise OISSm; io wmjIhWj nidi If $3 Y ST. LOUIB. Miit l Wmn tefklH fir tWr Momj's wtrtfc, bvy Nun, R. 0. WALKER, . Publisher WALTER WALKER, Manager. oicoedlnR 10 tinea will Im published freo of clmrgn. All over 10 linen at C centa por lino. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT:-!. 00 J. H, Morse was in Cincinnati Inrt wcow. Dr. 'P. A. Friwor wnfl in Inftt wook. Dr. W. .J. .L Paris was In HI., this wook. E.N. Crnyno, or Princeton, wab in this city Monday. W. !". Crowell, of Illnokford wns in town tills wook. Mr. ntul Mra. Amol Hoorth, re-turned from IlllnoiH Tuesday. PolIo3 court did quito nn business Monday nftornoon. Pritchott, alGladstono, tins an ologaut lino dry goods and shoos. This is St. Valontiuo's dny. Go to R. F. Ilnynoa for your Mrs. Porcy Nogglo, of Dokovon, is the guost o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 February 1901

i HLBavKtsaaear .B -. "ff"'-. ' 5iWW5a .. W I I r . D. i pi ! i ! r LONG LIVE THE KIM Strange Ceremonies Connected with Edward's Proclamation. :;rr llll of rtflrentU Century iliinllc Prnollceil In llip Tnrn llclli Cornnnllnn Hrrcl.scs l'ostitiiril Inttrlliillrl ipeeSs! Correspondence. IIS change, unci men change TIM them. This old maxim is applicable to almost everything under the sun, except to the red tape ceremonials of Kuropcan courts. That is why the prince of Wales was proclaimed king of Great Hrilnin and Ire- KING EDWAKD VII (Clothe J In Full Coronation Gown Wearing Crown ) and land theother&ay just as were his from time immemorial. The twentieth century ceremony varies but Klightly from that practiced in the fifteenth. Good old Queen Victoria departed from the scenes of her earthly pomp and glory on 22. On the 23d the privy council met and declared the throne to have devolved on the prince of Wales. Ordera were given without delay to the carl marshal, the duke of Norfolk...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 February 1901

" "W' Jm','Pl1r'r " r rpil K SOCIAL SEASON. Washington Society Deplores Mr. McKinlcy's Indisposition. I, un llrwunllilr fur tlic Postpone ,,n nl t t it 1 1 - Htntr l"iniHImii (hut Aim til IHiliiituila ii ml Tlirlr Wii) , Hiwlul Washington Itter.l p i) IKTY in bfcnlineil, h'tlmrfjlo nnd S to lit no i i Impi. Thorc hcviiu "rlppllnjj tliu Mxslul lmr All of tlio biiiln nml i i f fiiKhlou arc simply inlwrulilr, i. um? thori' l iioUiIiik 1IK , i'izzIIii' way. M)ciul wnson alwnya bi(.'In i. with tin' Nw Ycur'K iwrptlon i ti mI.Hi house; but thin )i'nr. . .xiti uflrr thut function, i M biHjnine III. Innlenil of r t injf quickly lie jiov Huwc nml , i i :. olP.frl to tnko to Mr bwl u up all ntialiir. Socloty diil t ire fur t hi health of the great ,n ii uhlto Iiutisi. but It tin! - ,t 1 iW rnr. for the fact that , ' . (front Miolal functions ernwil , (Mint of I'' UlnrM. I i htnle illnncr, the rearpllon. t o upr me court, tP the ...i.iiiu ... it... HI f UM III riJJH in iv t.t i i.f tin' oabiti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 14 February 1901

r, - , V B I ' 1 1 5 i -i jr M :-i Hi nt .-4 i h , u e n E NEW SALEM. The remains of James Threlkeld, nn ox citizen of Lovins, wcro hurled nt Un-i on tho 7th. Mr Throlgold lived near ! tampion, Livingston county, whoro ho dial. Ho was a good christian. Tho little son of Chns wring was bur il.t Tyncr's Chapel on tho 7th. Tho little ono had been alllictcd for a lonjr tilllV. .,'jnioWhito, daughter of tho widov Wliito, is quito sick. Ilomor White, of Irma, spent Suudnj v.'iih hta frinnds in this section. IS. L. Franklin and wifo of tho Franklin I louse, Salem, wero in this section last unday. Mrs Dorn Broustcr spent part of last wjok visiting her mother's family near Ooodlott Shreovcs, who left this State lor 1'unn., last Decombor, was called hows hist wcok by tho sickness of his ton. Ho took his son homo with him. L cian Gray and wife, of Livingston y laty, wer guests of frionds here last .'.. Itcory Broustor spent part of the past on business at Hampton, Well, tho muddy roads botwoen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 February 1901

mkt ioiut of view is clear. It com Royal pen tho stroll is dolightful, Wlmt in tho noiso of tho olovatod railroads, tho pushing and shoving of tho crowds in tho stroots, ovory. thing is now to tho mon who havo boon banished for twoyoars in tho tropics. Confusod booomes his hoad when ho is obliged to cross tho atroot at tho crossings of 5 or 0 stroot cars; and anxiously ho looks forward, sidowavd and to avoid tho rapidly coming cars. Tho oyos and hoad bocomo tired from tho noiso and bustlo, aud ho Books a placo of rost and quiet. Thoro is only ono such placo in this groat town, whoro thoro Ib to lo had not only quiot, but whore ono can find also all tho attractions of nature And this is tho ooutral pavk. This park is ono of tho groatost of its kind, not only in sizo, but also in its Small forests change with lagoons, ponds, bridges and tho groatest lloral displays imaginable Tho gfoatost of its attractions is tho Zoo of tho park. Almost every animal in .Zoology of nature is represent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 February 1901

It - 1 vi k' r j ' 1 1 i i J E f 1 13 ! 1 1 ii ' i I ' i nil i & I p si '' fvl 7'9' i fir l. I THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rrnusiiED wrrKLt. MAEION. t t 1901 FEBRUARY. in. in. an. th. nw. ov . 0.0ai aamww - T o . I j I J3 4 5; 6!"Tj lojlll2jI3j14 ITpS J9,20 21 24 25 27' 28 . . r - t KEXTCCKi. i v o a -.. o . 1901 nt us. t 2 8, 9 aoaaaoa. OOMCSTIC Gesorge Carter, a aero who Mrs. WLtHasa E. Board. n taken fersi the Paris (Kj.) tfl hr a rb aad haased. A syaoae&te Is eald to bare aoatrol of mere taaa retail drag stores ia Caiea.ro. In addre&ses at Iowa Cltv and Mrs. Xation vrged the people to Kaaah the aaleoas of Iowa. Seren ships, with 23 persoas, are jiren up a lot ia galea on the Pacific Fire detrojed the Araerioan Gla.b& companj'a plant at Rochester, Pa. Low. UJMMjO. Tbree sea were sliot and a ballot box stolen dariag a primary riot ia St. Loata. The Oban ooafititaUoaal adopted a mating Gomez eligible to the pre4deacr. John T. Have shot aad killed MIms AViaifred 1 Cook ia V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 February 1901

'IjIJsMJMHMMm ML. ti Li Li 1 J.JL jJjKJi fUnY ft rwJHA'jr J HrE. It yVW v. ? ' 1VI IlLi III IwIS7t''lL0fiM&il dlr j iSjLtMMiMMa r T jja JOT p3?lcr Grnvo, earnest, dltfnlflod, unspoiled, alncero. He llvod hovo iho fetid atmosphere Of pun selfishness and shriveled pride, In unspanned apace nubllmely wise and wido, Conlont to love our land a patrlota should And aervo his country for that country's uood. No sycophant nor oily flatterer ho, Dut from all petty shams and shallows free Ho stood erect in greatness and in fjraco. Looked every evil squarely In the faco, Denounced nil tricksters, courtiers, ahurilora, knaves, Scorning1 alike the tyrant and his slaves! roresnw all dn.nu.crs, far-off futures scanned. For perils others saw not keenly planned. Heboid tfrim battles looming up ahead, Yet viewed them calmly, coolly, without droad A man equipped in word and ready doed God's hosts of Freedom In strontf lovo to load Through battle smoke, through baptisms of flamo, Wtth steadfast cour...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 February 1901

I. M , i? k P I J -4 K. C. WALKER, - Publisher. WALTER WALKER, Manager. r vx OKZ DOLLJLK ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. UV are authorised to announce M. F. POGUE a candidate for the Democratic nominal. -on for Representative of Critten- and Livingston counties in the next avTal assemblr, subject to the action uf tb Democratic primary. We are authorired to announce A. J. BENNETT, a candidate to represent Crittenden and Lmos:?ton counUes in the next General AvHablr of Kentucky, subject to the of" the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. A. GRAVES a candidate for the Democratic Domination for Representative of Crittenden aw! Linn3ton counties in the next (Voeral Assemblr, subject to the action uf the Democratic primary. FOR SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce JNO. T. FRANKS, a candidate for the nomination for Sheriff of Critte cden County, subject Ui the action of the Republican pa rty. If the saloon keepars of Kansas will bend the suple knee to sister JC.ntion, sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 February 1901

m m x?7 WELL5H0D j When You Wear Star- Five- Star lj'i'i'ir. $2.50 Shoe 4" 9T A" )))). F" ruu will find the fit, flnUh ami wearing quaUtlt: UHcqualcdJ. ror iric price. m&m&tmi dp? $! It C WALKER, . 1'iibHshor WALTER WALKER, Mnnngor. OMTUAItlKHtNot nswxlltiK 10 llnw will Ik? iiubliitlird (rvo of clinio. All over 10 linort nt 5 crntn per llnr. llhSOIAJTIOXH OF 1.00 K. F. Unynoa waB in Evnnsvillo Monday. Ho llurboo, of Princoton, wns in (own Inst wook. Dr. Drinkill has hia oflico over tho Farmors Hank. CTms, Wlgglnton, of Frodonin, was in town Monday. MiJT. M. Butlor, of Frcdonia, was in town Monday. Hov. Thompson or Kuttawa waa in this city Saturday. Dr. Moroland, of Forda Ferry. war in town Monday. Sponoor Dorr hns purchased a on IJollvillo stroot. Win. 'P. Slayton, of Livingston comity, wnB in town last ook. Deputy Warden Jobbo Olivo, of Kddyvillo, was in town Tuosday. Mrs, John T. Franks is ill at Iter homo in OwoiiBboro. Mr T, A.Minnor has lonBod tho .1 W, Bighnm farm, ona...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 February 1901

nt n 11- ! ' if 7 J' I fir- hmvwMtmi W JKWrLi w aaaaar aam r . - r ,- -oil 1 Jf ' ss - ? ; U ;- r fl 1 . c t f u 1 rj' v v .. s p f dat I rr MltklU tr ure j'.f 'Ail) OUt ISta. . :r tars. the sra of pleaaare. A. .' w,th alt the rut ihat l I pen the ht1re of ancient xhry. There roatn a Ja wher tliocbtfW eyes Rr lb, oli ltJrfOtrtr.!? story Of Mat who rose up lr. M aairatt. Sereee and loyal, rtrorr and leader. Of country, liberty and rtpht. True advocate aad brave spreader. O valley moin talned Ty their I Ci Laureled helcute they died In wlaata;:! Vavnart of freedom brotherhood. We BjOd to-s?y from lay bepuiniaw:. O IUk Uu.t CandtrM? winds rt fcarw. Watt patriot arajMn went out to thee! S'ir after star hh la tar And pan of evary xon caresss the! Th mrs. the isad of asw that strife had The lojral leart Its war hath woa By mat. a sacred tlgx aad tokca. Ooi bald us 'roe. as Thu irrt true. To Justice ir Its "?k endeavor. 3Jajr we remB)br Ti-- arew TtvdVy. tvir a' ' E. '. sT.. Companion. "Rr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 February 1901

TTave you erer experienced the joyful of n good amwtitc? You will if you chew Adams Pepsin Tuttl Frutti. A St. Louis cjrl has outclassed nil tlia Maes. She spells her name Maiae. -St, JulH Globe-Democrat. KU iimy L ' WHAT IS OVARITIS? A dull, throbbing pain, nccotnpnnlod by a Bvnso of tomlernewt niul hunt low down lit thu hUIo, with nn occasional aliootlntf pain, Indicator Inlltuninatlon. On exnmlnntlon it will bo found that the, rcaloti of Diiln hIiowh bomo swell- Inir. Thin In tho Urst ntniro of ovnritU. inliaiiiinntlun of thu ovary. If tho roof of your hoiiho Icakn, my alator, you havo it fixed nt ouco ; why not pay tho aaiuo roHjicct to your own boly V You need not, you ouyht not to let yourself ko, when 0110 of your own ox holds out tho helping hand to you,nnil will ftdvlho you without money, and without prloo. WrltutoMra. Pinkliain, Lynn, Muss., and toll her all your uy Wa,4tOU. , For ido iJ IK) a Ma. Axxib Astox, torn. Ilor experience in treating to-Dialo 111 in Kroatrr than ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 21 February 1901

( S fsm '"Lri'njMiJi.'mni wiifw'iiwMiiwtPiwywa f h J Bi hi ? 1 4 1 8- v h A ; ' i STARR. Farmers are busy. Schools aro closod. Cirlji nil over tho community. - Making sugnr troo molasses ii tho of tho day. CJ o Onss, of Midway nnd Hays jIh of Craynovillo woro horo last weok. Thos Armstead, of Tcnn,. was visiting in this community, Infant of C. W, Andrews is very sick; nhu n littlo boy of Ed Rusming's. C W Andrews roturnod rtoveral days ago, with hoalth unimproved. Aunt Knto Hnrris has been quite sick. Mru Sarah Hill has a bad case of grip. (J. W. Crayno, tho chanjpion tobacco grower, has tho grip. Some talk "of a telephono via Pnri community to this place. If everything works to tho farmers h iad there will bo n big crop f tobacco sat in this community this year. The l.uyers say this is tho ITmest tobacco growing section in tho county, and they grown in this v.cuuty, and they aro willing to pay a g od round price to got it. Wo aro going t make thorn something flno this year in quali...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 February 1901

'Bfmnufr I f ' . -.- . f L 'sMmn . m l i &. u' T iz ;. mmmm r s ' h HV HBA. lie ftatftfc VOLUME 22. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTV, KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 28, 1901.' NO 38 HIGHNESS OF OUR MINES As is Described by One Who Understands Them. Nothing low than whethor the now Southwestern Kentuoky lead, zinc nnd iluor spar distriot, looaU od im Livingston nnd Orlltenden comities, Ky., means n revolution in tho .im' trade, is thu moment diih (junntioti with which tunny luml and y.ino producers in this country an) now oouconiuri, Ab to Iluor Hmr it is n settled fact a doubt that these two ooun tioH, with perhaps some adjoining territory, will supply the entire I'nitod States and the "major portion of the world, for uoothorseo iiou Iiuh this rare mineral ever Ihhiii found in suilioieut quantity to pny to initio. Producer of overy degree, from millionaire capitalists to turH with a limited knowledge and 1cb8 moans are all represented and tlmy continue to ootno, inspect, mul go away satisfied the ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 February 1901

i :; 4? i N v i' Xfc h x & rri I LIB Bf i : is 1 7 i a i f 1 '2 f Li ft fc THE CRITTENDEN PRESS rUHLISIIED TVZBKLT. MARION. : t i t KENTUCKY, A WEEORECORD All the News of tho Past Seven Days Condensed. HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of tlio Industrial Field, rcrsonal and Political Items, Happenings at Homo and Abroad. TILE NEWS FROll ALL THE WORLD CONfiltKSSlOXAI,. Almost all of the time In the senate on the 18th wan devoted to consideration of the post oftlce appropriation hill. Senator Hale Introduced a bill providing for the ppolrtment of two vice admirals and also a Joint resolution of thanks to Admiral Sampson for his services during tho late war with Spain.. ..In the house a bill appropriating 3,OO0.(W for the St. Louis exposition was passed and the sundry civil bill was further discussed. A Wll was introduced providing for a special court to decide disputed pension claims. On the 19th the senate rejected the conference report on the military academy appropriation bill by a v...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 February 1901

I WW m il i Inauguration Day March 4, 1901, Will Be a Great Day in the History o! Washington. How President McKinley Will Tki the Osth of Office. Vice-President Iteosovolt's Reception by the Senate. Grant! Parade end Gortfooua Ir.auiural 1UII. t M ittt&CrUfarkii1ttitfttte1rttrtriiitto1Mrirtrtrtt1ti ' IIIOI (.11 tin people of Wash- iti tin haiyrin ijurt In tho rlintion of n pTrsldciit anil t nt, tliVy Iiai a large part tretuony of inaugurating l'r thin reason the subject n ond inauguration of , mi MrKlnley has exalted . Intercut there over i November. Work of pre- ,' il arranging the Inaugural and pnrode U given in- the hands of a committee it if the district. f i'id to defray the expenses i k r'iratloii parades, t '. , in mined by subscription ,. tinns of Washington, with tl iiicratniidlug that It Is to be in n mM tf V 1UbM radium- Just In from the Country. ' W 1 from the receipts of the . i A ball. F.verythtng, so far - rr monies, parades nnd fireworks i is frre except tho ball...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 February 1901

h I ft. I till 1 s 1 1 I I 1 y 2 ri - If I i." i- J i R 1 f yr, v :AR y-,-- i .nMiwiMW' w" WW" P sTnr. iw 2Pj f&wj&s .... -- - " U. 1!. WALKER, - Publisher. WALTER WALKER, Managor. Olf X DOLLAX ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Wo uro authorised to announco M. P. POOUE n.- n candidate for tho Democratic nom-i tut ion for Roprwjontatiro of nnd LiTUJBston counties in the next Koiieral aseonibly, subjoot to tho notion of U10 Deraooratic primary. Wo aro authorized to announce A. J. BENNETT, n candidate to represent Crittenden nnd Livingston counties in tho next General .Woinblyof Kontucky? subject to the i.etion of tho Democratic party. We aro authorized to announce J. A. GRAVES a candidate for tho for Representative of Crittenden anil Livingston counties in Iho next Gnncral Assembly, subject to tho action of tho Democratic primnry. ocfiiii Wo nro authorized to announco - P. C. STEPHENS l 11 candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Representative of Crittenden and Livingston...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 28 February 1901

( lj EL):59u i . ' --- - i (' VVALKEK, . Piililiuliur VLTKU WALK1CU, Manager. (i- irIMKS: NotuxuewliiiK 10 litter ,mi l' iullinlnd uhnrK). All .1 r 10 lini'rt nt ft cuntH jnir lino. HI sOM'TIONH OF KKBPEOT: -11.00 Mr A Doan was in Oridor yes toulii). .1 I' I'iorco wiib in HouBhnw Tuc-day. S II Knmiigo was in Frudonin T Or II, l' Ray Iimh loon sick MMIll dl)B. Will Clifton spout lant week in Pun '"'rg. )i I'.mhy.of Dixon, u'iih in IIuh ( ii i I wt'iik. ( uiit Altornoy Kovll was in . i M tins wook. 'i f Mlitnton Boyd, of Snloin, w it in town Alundoy. Mr II A. Hodgo, of Luuisvillu, wii in Huh oily laBt wook. l)r Morria will bo in Halom MhioIi lib, nth, tith and 7th. illiu Parish, of Oyousburg, ih attundiug tho Morion school. The Phksb would liku to liavu a k .l corrcupondont nt ShIoiii. Noliru chnugn in IIuarin'H price lr I Koop your yo on liia pricoB Miaa DodiuClomoul wna a guost cf frionda in Providence Saturday Mr tl, ,1. Pluming ia feeding (r 100 lioad of uattlu on hia fin iii Mr W...

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