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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 October 1891

1 ISFC L THE r an it I 1 r r 5 1 IS Jf Hli II- r Itf T F IT e 1 1 i h fc jysffe H U mm Ki SlAGK PAT12NT FAKIRS HAtlM THEY DO AND DECEIT THEY USE Ainlilllmii Itnnlnnrhlnc Inrenlnra Vro Tlit lr Ylrllmv Tlu jr CJcnetall tiemto by IntilWtilir Iimmt WtiHt Tlmjr Itnatlax iui1 ttuw The A mill Hi- 1jt Of the tnnklnj of piteutM there U no Mid like Oio mnkini of liooks The Iwokinakur and tlic patents- nro half brothers tho otio uitikluff machines for Jho convenietico of tho wind mid tho other making things for tho convenience 3 hit r mmt u - v J It 1 1 ill 1 kiounumat u is possiuie lie xinnics to indued its originator to back it up to tha bottom of his pnreo no wruea tiiui ii ticklUh letter HOW THE FAIUn WOUKS He says roinething of this sort That he has regarded with deep Interest yonr valiuble invention Continuing he may ttato that ho will bo glHd to put the article on sale nnd model will help him greatly Tho Inst paragraph of tho letter is to tho effect that tho agency is publishing n piper...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 November 1891

nTt Mons Boots Solid S5125 Theso goods nro actually in PAS ATO All Appearance or Serious Trouble wit Chill All Rumors to That Effect Without Foundation Notwithstanding the Reports to the Contrary a tar Tha Mbcrtad KlHlortl of Valpa rale 111 SemlOfTleUI Organ of Hie Haw flovernraeut A Cabluet tlinilin Interviewed a la What Court tha Aliuliillmlloii Will Take Kkw Yoiik Nov 2 The New York Hcmlda Valparnio dliNttclie My that from all nppoarnncwi the danger of any rcriauii truulila imtwpen Chill anil the United State ovir thu Baltimore out rage U niiddly poking away Tho Llbortnd Electoral tlio sotnl Ptticial organ of tlio Junta publishes an rtlltorlil which It cilcalnted to rt At rest any feeling of unpojilmw which may have prevailed in Clilli It says Hint for tho jiat few day rnmon havo mu prevalent at Santiago that nn alarming rupture of amicable relation with tho UnlM State wiu imminent Wo vfiXTo tho public It My that thorn rumor or unfounded It adt that illitclip havo Jiwn received f...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 November 1891

m mrAbmvvwimwim iwmmmmwmmmim5aiwfmifimm J -- HjEJHHHPPpi -1 TIT IT jjri1 iiim I wfffi 111 r sssB sB9sssssssssPJliWi7T W I BtTf Sfc SB Hi SB SI M Ml Ml Hi MM MB H SSBk B flPF Iff BE MET SCI r ffl ianr ESP ft -KB If IS 4 I h Mr v 1 X i i ij - J ill 1 Aw -1 WM - fjHI Ktwjrgettion for Congress in this friet With the election afar off tiw task of defeating Rill Stono or- i ing of or B is isau the tjeed per v te umfiijjm JMe asks no odds and fears no competition as lie lias Ma Mmy tm Come in and I will sing you a good DROP IN AND SEE THAT WHAT The Criteria- Pres issuriWKiKiv R C Walker Publisher L Thirty million pnplo in Russia are suffering from hunger The firo insuMsnco companies are getting blisterrd this your Russia has prohibited tho cxpor titoti all wb except wheat They do rjytbiro wcro several elections in pevcral Staos Monday Mil Caunkoie his sent to Pres ident Harrison a casfc cf old Sco cb wbitky John Morton has embezzled 810000 from two Evansvillo build ing associations The Mit...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 November 1891

fW T LOUAL NJ5rS Common Soap Rots Clothes and Chaps Hands IVORY SOAP DOES NOT Uv Hid Ounrt Wo aro mill ut tlio oliljitnil roll ntc 0 I llccir Hio icst buik mash whisky mvlii by th5 rj iart F13R baitonCo 1 ho largest and p ctlicst lot of col icm nl M Wolffs New Kiiglish walking hats ut Mr living -in New lino of milord hats a Mrs Living at 25c 40 j nml 76c Stno Shoos Shooa for evory bity otMfa WulflB Yon win get Snlom brand at iVuwabV C uio in and lak at our window s i Schwnb turi uurt ci ill kid door saili a wcVi HHtWeV l iing niu orcjt tt nston i g I f pruvi M Wolf i i e hi Ou new jck of tlros gGodi in - ad oljih and faoth cant b I- r MS Wolf Fa I Imc ot nl kinds of hiu the wm irtirrt ol all ylw nt Mrs Lov n UryKiiy upeotally invited to tee lor Btiti Cheap Ono good lCh tnglneand saw tm vutft 600000 Vet cuiucta tth J Ii S Lvflel k Co A cauntrr full of bays wool hats vrU bi roll at 15ctl each at Airs Wolfla - I i n t U i Gugonheim tor clothing o orcouta Tho only llrst class cloth- ing...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 November 1891

jHSpS m m V Saws gftldE n Ft - sr t J cv la l3 5 a i 1 y Ptl Ii jctr l Sj K ij - i XJ Sp W - Hgyggg SHlfrPINQ CCOPS Tnii far Nrl Light Cnapa In Wilcli In Ship riiiillrj A cajt fi ii tniinncr of rhiilng poultry will luatirially curtail the prnlitt of nuy loultr mini The vulueof tins ttock is likely to lw depreciated liy it uud clumsy cittubctvoina cootis will unneces sarily trereiu rspn sJ charges Farmers an well b uvewlirs of liuo stock tiro nl ways interested In designs for light ship In crate ami v thereforo reprodnco from r number of tliesoileterilxxl nnil Il lustrated liy iho Southern Fancier tho following The shipping coop innilo in accordance with the plun shown nt Fig 1 lifts the inn f tho coop of solid -Is bored full fsSWgH The front and TSS1 Wtmk Jrar tim It wood 1 irch liiiitcilil and of holes fi r MMiikton back of coop has n 7 inch board at tho bottom el xi bon il fell of holes for ven tilation The MiYa are sloping to cor respond v itli t n U Burlaps or calico is iiiuii l...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 November 1891

fc4 u it - Kb I 1 I X J dr v ff JP jf L Htl 1HKltv v A r v It - Bt - - Ey tf -10 trjkaretii arU tho ols iVork v balf S vk are Ky the Taft worth admit lege been The la partln ZM3 jbMU following Tho shipping coop innuo In yHy CffJEJ accordance with tho plan shown nt Tiff yc w P tF 1 lifts tho end f tho coop of solid alW 5- wood 4 irch imiteiitl mid is Iwed full W mm 1 II mi X wmmw 1 i IV v 1111 I -I J I 1 I 17 II I I I I i M Mli - 1 1 i r i it 1 1 i iri 1 iiif iTju 11 c up ru i ci lojicKa ivcu wnJsl l Mdhvurue will Hnw tha lutioii ito mo jiiftKM oi ILB ttrlktiiK coal liitnc iv h ve nrt Tt nrriveJ The strikers tcttiT rjilnts but ore btlll npiire herslre tlnt tug orwrators will carry out ifKiffncrs whom too conl crciutnr thrcrtLvJ to hriuir to Pitlnliurir tboir thrAttA Tlo Unltiit State revenue Iluah Ift Sia Frniiclo Monday lot unaiiKiri Tup vessel Is ordered back to Kiiilln KroiiiuU ts It I reported a Lumber ut fculei3 7ho not satlslled with ther small Latch nru n nltlnj to maVo Jo- cc...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 November 1891

K l Mcnrt Hoots Solid Sl2i Tho3 are actually in THE PENSION FUHD i of 1 ff 1 UrWallnii Uct Koine MtHlliig r IlgnitM ii tli Inrwrwrt of IcmikIuii Inyincntn The Courier Journal tayr Dr Walton tho pension agent line just received tho annual report if tho Third Auditor to tho Sccrotary of thoTreieu y Ho his alao re ceived the annual report of tho Com rnissioner of Pensions These ro ports show that lh rctoion work of this oflico 1ms incrtasd in the put threo years noirlv 100 per cent The increase in all ofiictuhaa been mark ed In Lounvilo In 1S7 ihero m disbursed 241848181 the rxtcn Hen of tho pfllco were 87100 In 1S21 thcdifbntHcuKnia tro8 1010 8tW l nnd tho rxrcnw108iJ01 Tho ceit of umkinjj tho tiymenis Iim decrfMfd oa in 1SS7 the cot for ench 81000 di burfed was M2 asKainnt 82 70 for 1SD1 Tho cnonn uh iiicr8C ol the hols as Riven in tho totil l the o ghteen fpnc which in 18S7 dmburitd 8731 10 OiS 1 nnd in 1H1 8llG2U0r The expen se in 1887 cre 21S80 12 and in 1H 83SJG011 During 18H1 an...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 November 1891

I1 Hi 4 LLVi t v fe as ykA mm n - bi Hm am m M The Crittenden Press E s Hf13 JSS UED VKKL Y Rfi SaJM R C Walker Publisher tF lfv st f ir j Y L 4 h - - - h - - pf - rl tst V h t i Without entering into any dis cussion of the various soctions bear ing upon this question and which ahould be considered in connection with Section 157 1 will soy that I am thoroupbly familiar with tho history 4 0fthe debates upon this sootion in - the new Constitution aiyl that there ia no word or line in the new Ution whioh limits in any way the taxation which a scnooi uibinci or a part of a couaty may vote upon it self fer the purpose of maintaining a yst el education such as is cob tetaplated in our comsaon school ilHHnu W Iowa and Massachusetts are con tracting tho habit of voting the Dem ocratic ticket At Memphis Mrs Saunders mur dered her husband by pouring boil ing water on him Owing to tho drouth along the Lower Ilio OranJccattlo oro report ed dying by the hundreds Both parties profess to be please...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 November 1891

LOCAL N12WS Common Soap Rots Clothes and Chaps Hands IVORY SOAP DOES NOT IlV ho Ounrt Wo aro still at tho oldstaml sell nj Old UicWy tho best Hour mash whisky nude by the quart F E Uobortson k Co How drcM goods at Shawa - You can get Salem brand nt Schwabs Come in and look at our window shadcr Schwab New dress Rood at Shaw a w m Furniture of all kind door sash and glass cheap at Schwabs m Tako your jiroduco to Shaw Gugcnliciin for clothing OVOICOSttH New haU and caps at Shawa i The only iiivst class cloth ing at Gugonhoims m Head wear of all kinds at Shaw f For Hiilo tlicnp One good 10 h p ongino and siw mill with 600000 feet contracts ahead L S VffcltCo Hottom price on boots nntl shoes nt Gngonhciins mum Buy your bhmkots com forts calicoes and ginghams at Gngcnhcims Children like to tako O O C Certain Chill Cure tho pleasant and guaranteed cure lor rcTcr Ague and Malaria better than Quinine Sold by Ilillynrd A Wood it We always sell goods low er than tho lowest at Gu genheims m If ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 November 1891

U r t f n w w 1 v 4 it Jffe C2 vU v3 U VKtS JTw I t w 1 T ir tt v - t S tei mmmmmiiimmmmmam pi sggstesss TBHfflHWnL ft a n jfi yuntouii V ct i 1T J 11 1 1 mih SHECP ON THE FAftM A ftautlrniara IJn lor ttrdrtulng Mi Fnrm with Min 1 nint Movable tVnca A South CuroUulim writing toHonth rrn Cultivator niv I wonli ritlier farm without Iiirfl labor than without rheep Ono of tl Ispcrimeiit atntions linn recently foun I thnt 1000 pounds llvo weight of well foil ehetji ninliui thirty Ight dollars worth of manure jiwly This t iftioul 0ii IhimI fur good nver iiKuelnvp If therefore 1 tierr mH i lamh or n pound of wool I run iflotd to keep fcherp nd thw P -re m1 Koon itvii ami raiiuo a oijtrroiu oiiiueui providffl iilwuys thit I save nil tht UIHIIUIC One imnlri ht nU jive in S80 worth of fertilir r 1 nut ij twenty tons nt nitiete u Oollun ii ton Tew two horse farms u to niiuh Tew mnko t that much rlrnr oi thf cotton cron lint F nuy two horse fnim iu this Kftioii could j ktep 1UU sheep nntl Mtnu ...

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 November 1891

R rOLUMKXII iMcnri Boots Solid 8120 Tlioao goods lire actually in WITHDRAMMG Munbersof tk Trigs County Alliance Leave the Or der on Account of Politics CaiUz Telephone In accordance with a call pub lithcil in the Telephonoa number of representative men of tho county nnl influential member oi th Form ers rind Liborers Union met in tho Ccurt llouso in Cadir Monday Cjonty Court day Nov lth Cixpt Lee Turner was cloctcd a Chairman and Mr J Frank lndd jr Secre tary On motion of II P INkcr a com mittee wna appointed to draft reso lutions cxprcwivo of tho jcntiracttts nn 1 purposes of tho meeting and the Chairman appointed the following gentlemen to cortitutt the commit tee F P Icgram II P Baker l U llarrcll and llonry Vinson and after confideration Mr F V Ingram reported tho following preamble und resoluiioni Wiikiikas We members of the Farmers and Liborcnt Union hav ing joined tho order in good fith and holiovintf when wo did so that it was calculated in accordance with itt constitution b...

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 November 1891

aAaAaAaAaAaAaAaAaAaAaVJ fii iVaVaAaAaAaAaAaAaAaHa aVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVflai iHt MaVaVaVaVaVaVaVHanrw vf RH HLv rSbw Fi in d3Fv KSI B R9 S 9 ITS E5 ITT ff3 ex JaVV reaT IBS N i on Vt SI win fl Eli DB kj rrfl ia CD is 1 1 11 1 II II O ill I o wg wa vs w is ta a ej ffl u3 ta ia a BE f itrrin Si - m Br aft- lBBBflBK HK The Crittenden Press SSS ISSUED WEEKLY Hot h gfffct R C Walker 1 i rw - - jn U 5r ill J r m - rl i i Ho sttks no odds and fears no competition as he has ate Minna 1jp Come THE DROP IN AND SEE THAT WHAT HE SAYS IS JUST Publisher Ej Judge Alvin Duvall of Frankfort 1 ia uuiiu An catuquakc shock wis felt at Franklin Ky Monday night Tho officers ol the government de stroyed 795 moonshino stills last year A million dollars worth ot proper ty was destroyed by fire at St Louis Tuesday Brazil is in tho threes of a civil war It is a rebellion ngointt tho powers that be Tho Second District Lodgo 1 0 O T of Kentucky was in session at Earlington lnt wcr k Tho General of the Kni...

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 November 1891

LOCAL NKW Common Soap Rots Clothes and Chaps Hands IVORY SOAP z DOES NOT in a llv tho Otmrt Wo nro till at tho oldatsnd flcll ng Old Hickory tho Doit sour tuasli whisky undo by tho quart 1- K Uoburtion k Co Gugenlicim for clothing ovorcoutH Tho onfy lirst cluss cloth ing sit Gugenhuims Now Homo owing ttuchino ex hibit coinuicnemg December 6th all week Coino ono mine all Under k Cridnrhsvo just received nnohor car load ol Old Hickory and Tennessee wagon honk out for n cai load ol Tenno 8jco andfj1 Hickory wgons lienor I Crider k Gridcr U min A good rewlenco ol tarylH Marion lot includes rrW had j II U WAtKKll HUltv 1 10 mif o nowing machine ex 01tllll1 hold in Marion Dec JlXtt Ml t UP Home fonni Cridcr A Cridcr r ut lVlJ Sulci Client One good 10 h p engine and iw mill with 600000 feet contracts head h S liffftliCo Tho newest styles ol Indies jnckeU nt Sim GugciiheiiiiH December Delineators at -Walker book more Hooks aro sold at cash price henco 1 can not sell them on time U O Walker ...

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 November 1891

k B LftlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHftFQlklBB99rJG L J iB4 BFV I faftk FV MANOEU WURZSU8 1 mES r GAWFUY DOREf N VHEAT BK AnInMt Tliwt Cm Wlirnt to txidcn J In Mncr Lnrrilltlo Bt2 ll f m m i suvra kj m fit- 1 if OK EJtl liL r jl f t y i i m w I I wh i 11 iimMWHriM t UjuMurnuug cuuipinuii una uccn ncnrii - this season nlxrat lodged vljeiit Thcro tlmesthontenilswcaklyjcaufieottoorniJiil growtb by nn ovcrsupply of nvnilablo plant food Sometimes tho trouble lies in tho variety and sometimes it is occa sional by insects that damngo tho stalks In tho cut reproduction from a pain phlet by Profea3or Uonistock Is Illus trated tho Miwfly borer which has ov onsloned tronblo in many localities by attacking tho wheat when nearly ripe rrhilo It reduces tho yield but slightly It weakens tbo Rtalk materially Tho udnlt inspct is a four winged fly belonging to Uio order Hynicnoptern tho order that include tho bees wasps and nntij nud It in i member of tho family Tenthred...

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 November 1891

VOLUME XII A DEAD SHOT Sweeping ti Life is Every thing marked down THEY DIVIDE THE AKTI SUBf HEASURYITES LEAVE THE ALLIANCE Ami Will H1 Mpclliijr t SicniHliN Mlier JWulturit uoh ccrnliiK lc cirKmiliwIlon lntlinnpolI lml Nov 20 The various farmer organisations have nearly completed their work and the Supreme Councilor the Alliance which is holding out the longest will probably linih Us work to mor row To day tho K M 1 A ad journed after amending its constitu tion so as to admit to membership men and women over la years of age It resolved not to uuialgauiato with nnv oihor onnixlion until tho February meeting Tho advocates of holding the Al liance to its present policy and con fining ititrictly to a non political organuatiori ate jubilant to day over tho selection of officers yoatcrdoy when all the old officers wero re elected and under circunisUncce which fhowed conlustvcly that the Thiid patty element is but o minor action in the Alliance The only contest made by tho lat tcr was in ...

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 November 1891

v w I TVip rritifinflpn Press C w - KL - tSSVEDWXKKLY Wl R C Walker Publisher tf ClP wm m i M The Kansas wheat crop is far below tho avorago of last year at the same time Fulton realizes an incomo in tlio shape of a tax of 93600 from her three Balocns The New York World says Roe well P Flower will certainly be in tho fight for the Democratic nomina tion for President next year Tho National Executive Demo cratic Committco will meet in Wash ington December 9th to select a plco for holding a convention Tho wife of John S Rhes so well and favorably known over the Stato as a lawyer and politician died at his home in Russellville Saturday Women can now join tho Alliance Tho newspaper will probably not have such a hard time in learning the proceedings of the secret meet ings Is tho Allianco in or out of poli tics is a question no man can de termine from reading the newspapers of the meeting at Indianapolis last week The- Chicago Horald has moved into new office that cost ters ol a million ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 26 November 1891

Ma BMWrtCff LOCAL iNKWS Common Soap Rots Clothes and ol Chaps Hands no IVORY SOAP DOES NOT llv tlic Jiuirt Wo aro still at llio old stand Old Hickory t10 nest tour lor uwtU whisky mido by the iiart V K Robot ton it Co Klunnols blmilvcts and com jorts at hard t into prices nt Sam Guoiiliciind cts 20 lbs ol grauulcted sugar for SI tho at Schwabs December Delineators at Walk ers book store Old IlickbryandTenncsje wagons lor sulo by Order A Criilcr JIootA nml shoos in beat qual Jas ities at lower prices than any where nt Sam iugrinhuiuia Shool books lor cash anil cash nnd cash only at Walkers book store J M Jean A Co want all the large turkeys in tho county a You can Ret more in cash for your produco at Schwabs than anywhere this title ot Now York jail Bettor goods for the money tlian others can sell you at Sam tiiKonhcims Mw Homo ftowing tnachino ex hibit commencing December Stli afl week Come one come nil Cridcr A Crider have just received another car load of Old Hickory and Tennessee...

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 November 1891

rr k I s m M 1 t PTrj bh S- ccaeir unBM RELIGIOUS DEPARTMENT Pfttn1he Circuit Rider Spiritual laziness is about r3 bad as any other kind of lazi ness If wo know we are right about a thing it is not always best to contend for it m Do not say bitter things of those who oppose themselves Your sin will be as theirs It requires many years for some people to sound the empty depths of their own ignorance m Public praves is certainly not the place to speak of the faults of others JJewave brethren It is right hard to find a man who never makes a mistake and it is sad to meet one who thinks he never does To bo clean inside and out side is a desirable thing With plenty of water and cheap soap everybody could keep clean outside Gods law is One seventh of your time one tenth of your income and all of your heart for Himself He who keeps back any part of this is a rob ber i m It is a good plan to invite the Holy Spirit to bo present m our church councils J urn cious planning wise methods with iilc...

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 December 1891

VOLUME XII A DEAD SHOT RIGHT AT Life is Everything marked down K P BANQUET wit wisdom and 1iimuty ashimiimi at tiii fkhtai ho a ii d Hpcrclie4 Hoanl Turkey Quail Vx ct cetera Freely IIMlftL l The Knight of Pythias ol this place have long been famous tor their hospitality ontnire occasions than ono have they thrown open tho por tals of their Casto Mall and given guctts Nubiimtiil evtdonco of a cul mated taste f r things which please tho palate a How cf eloquence which touches the emotional nature ami awakes tho thinking powers Their banqut Thankciving evening was no cxccpticu to tho rule ami added new lustre to their brilliant course in Marion Promptly at 8 oclock toasttnastcr S 1 Saopo sounded the givel and scventyfivo expectant turned to meet his gio and catch his word He said In in cient time when the knigms called their valued friends to their castle the fruits ol the chase were spread upon tho fcst il board tho portcullis lowered and there- the vows of friend ship wcro rtnowed i...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 December 1891

pp5zocHflmr3HHaHHian BpPIPI5S5SSwKTi WW fitgSg K P BAHQDET WIT WISDOM ANI llKAUTV ashimhmi attiii FKMTAI HOAItl Hpcrclii Houit Turkoy Qunll lljft l wtcTW Freely lUeiiicil The Knights ol Pythias of this plane have long been liunous lor their hospitality on mire occasions than ono havo thoy thrown open tbo por tals of their Casto Hill ami Riven guctts substantial cvnlcnco of a cul tivatcd taste f r thins which please the palate a How cfeloiuonco which touches the emotional nature and nwnkrfl tho thinking powers Their banqun Thanksgiving evening was no exceptien to tho rule and added new lustre to their brilliant courso in Marion Promptly nt 8 oclock toaatraaatcrS J Sops sounded the gavel and seventy five expectant laces turned to meet his gro and catch his word Ho mid In in dent timce when the knigUB called their valued friends to their castles tho fruiU ol tho chase were ppre ad upon tlio fcstil b iard the portcullis lowered antl thcro the vows of friend ship wcrortnovred in that res...

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