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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 October 1894

m L rfev I 1- P tat mik m W t nnf n I JW AND LAWYERS H PROFESSION IN WHICH MANY ARE ALLED BUT FEW ARE CHOSEN W lrnltla Which Confront Yonnc Br- Itn llov IJIf mtorn and lolltlca Af 1 it the I awyrra rropte He I1 it NrcMiarlljr He Itaacal Mr llichnrtl Dcvcrcni Doylo a prom ntt member of tlio Norfolk bar ritribntcs to Tlio Southern Majra Blioan nrticlo entitled My Impros Sinn of Law nml Lawyers which will M ro very Interesting to laymen ns well n to members of tlio local pro- teflon Mr Doylo dlfcnwcs IiM tlieme fo rnctiyely entertainingly nml with jb iclil impartiality ami caudor Ho ttti to tlio Confessions of a Junior n rlstcr by tlio brilliant Mellaril Tr or Shlol aa embodying tlio curly ex i iciiccs of many hopeful nml talented jfjiiR lawyers Mow many nays Mr Doyle havo vs cl through a similar course of study u 1 preparation perhaps graduating In tlio humanities as well n tlio law tx iring away tho rrizo for elocution u I oratory nt sonio of our great iuati tc lous of learuingt How ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 November 1894

-v L OLUME 15 HARION CRITTENDEN COUNTS KENTUCKY NOVEHBER 1 1894 NUHBER21 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report iiatt week Tho war deimlmortt liaicfiicd to nlaco trooni on duty in thofclndiair V - - 1 fJVrntory without nn order from llio IWlent A dispatch from Yokohama Japan savs mi carlliijiiako Ins destroyed V I 1 1 nml as lur as known t are I at I no learner Paris mm Now York t s 111101111110011111041 HHlia II1IK i i n storm nml tho latter went to t I It in with all on Iwonl Il c mmisiniicr of Indian nlfairs 1 i eil nutico of whnt proinin t Nav 1- u Y serious Indian trouble at the In lun agency in Art mini t vein tbfro lin existed in r mty Tcnu a largo orniih 1 f whito capo Hml In a fight 1 I tiro of the capers were Ditit MeClintic of Columbus I aim the defeated Deiw cratic Can ute f r county auditor committed le 1 l week by taking a dose of t 0 M Mtry Woodbrnlgo national of the W C T n 1 m i Is sevrotnry I was drirken with apnpleJty last wctk nt Ineago mill is ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 November 1894

Highest of all in I cavcning Power- tSASk 1 J89 Tlic statement I 111H1I0 tlmt in n fin 1 l IIII r nS IIIO Hllwiiiin viiiniv w vmrof New 1 nrk will lie Irattll tin N raging in Illinois op to Caeyville Kentucky Some deaths have occurred within the Iirty ant week Tho war ilenwlwcritliiucfiiiwltq lluco trowpi on tin ty in thoaylntlUii ferntory without nil order from tlio knt dispatch fnmi Yokuhvna Japan imi an earthquake h destroud 1 h ikm ami a far an known -OH ifi arc 1 11 I o rlcimer Iari Irmii New York s j liAuiptou oolliileil uitli a lmk il inin ptonn ami llio laller wem lo h h it itn with nil on Utanl 1 sa 1 imiuittimicr of Imliaii nlfairp iMil nutico of what promie ruiiui Iniliiin tronlili at the In luu apency in Aritoua 1 - U car thoro a cxiitol in mty Tcnn n lirjjo f hito caps ami In a fight V two ef the cap were 1 Ox t 1 McClintio of Culumliur 1 v 1 the ilofratwl nnilltor committal iv tluuly I t week hy Inking a ilnfO of lr Mi Miry Wowlbrulco national 1 w n i In 1 w 1 1 wcrowr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 November 1894

ffife jlKW5 mk i iW II Jf of X - r i el 1 a H CH J tt n Ait I 1 V Dltfl B fl ISSUED WEEKLY K C Walker Publisher OKE YEAH Tho Democrats of both New York city and State are jubilant over the heavy registration which they con tend indicates victory for the Democ racy As the day of battle approach es the ardor of each party increases and what the outcome will be no man kuows Would it not have been a graceful as well as gracious thing for President to Jiavc said aSpjs wojiU herculean task he has undertaken io save the lifo of the Democratic party in the State of New York Tho dev il is not so black as he is painted and there are worse Democrats than David B Hill The government has oflered a re ward for the Cook gang of despera does in tho Iudian Territory dead or alive and this has resulted in a large number of deputies and private par ties going into the field as searching parties for these blood thirsty miscre ants Their capture and extermina tion seems a mere question of time Tho Democ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 November 1894

r t t ii ft WX tlio lls vJ AVaikkk Publisher LOCAL NEWS P II Cossltt Dentist Marion lUltUCfll III IIU1K Ut Thomiu Bros r t Ballard lias i brand tiuw Imlip Iritts has been very ill in what letter Niinii mid wife returned iiville Tuesday I Hint Ill cIom at tiny IU Walker or Hertford willing Mw Delhi Barnes u ih who has been very ill III nlkcrs 11 n oovoritig - M It Mllcy At III preach nt rn runway iiiicrunou ni iVhv II lliwell was put under IkmhI liiy 1 1 answor a clHirgoaf j art HI I I llf III 1 1 r 10 lonrn iiih 1 ji f Iriun is serlotuly ill with Injili n Mrs Frank Wheeler rr M Sunday from n visit of wvoral Mineoiui Marshal 1nyd Miiuri trip vrd has returned I Im liralth R N Walker ii v Mting her Mrs libeller of iii i III r nun tlroutdi fluid nml mil start tlio wtttnt crop to i want hotter eggs nnd nil t country produce and v ill jmy H mirket prloe 1 1 maul trui in town ye- II 14 making ii first trip thv notion man c W Kim ami Mm It C r turn id Saturday from n ks iit in II tntio coun...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 1 November 1894

f fie i J I HH f it B t w pi tf ia r to a r Mi t r t tt t I 1 n t W f r i I I THE BUNKO AN EXAMPLE SHOWING HOW EASILY THE GAME CAN DE WORKED Jltr Sparks of CMcaEn Intrmlurrs llltnrM Sir WnlUrr of lllosliajntlllf ami Tlicy it Hate at Frlemtej Chat lmani anil Mat ter of Mutual Intrrrt r Kentucky or Texas Dont beliovo I rcr heard of it before but I can go vex thero nnd mako him think I know Iho town liko n book That doesnt ignify that hos green or that Im Icularly clever but its n fact nover liioless What if ho begins to ask you nuos lions I Ill cot out tho best ww I can iJow you co and tit in that chair inst 4 cyond tho big settee and you can hear tho conversation j I I cood All right Ill do it but vonll cet yourseil into trouble I Do yoti think so Ill simply sit 1own besido him and woll havo a nico hat about old times i I beg your pardon but isnt this Jilr Walker Thats my name but youve got tho I I est of mo I thought I couldnt bo mistaken 1 Juy namo is Sparks I livo hero in Chi- ago...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 November 1894

mijr i2t NEWS i v mil ha ued liU apart Thursday a day of thaakagi Ky a three year old iU McUuIre was shot lied byhertcn yet i wm fooling with an hot her head off reblierj Is reported irretl a few milt out fl fw l1in men - uj v v car wm looted of all itenU Amount of low i I celebrating IIaIIowccd Xa lalfo1 In frnnl - kIi home about mid- raiel a window and eU of a shotgun lnt Five boj were emaint of the late czar d tho uihtlitU began in the present young - A dangerous conspi Im bM juitbecn i a number of itudeota ounterfeitera have been 1 Van Iluren Ark and i Territory during the a clew was obtained tio arrest ot ju lrwin jtne respectable farm et of tool and a lot of idJ tiler chief clerk of the isafcSifr Into the United Btate It eaucateu aau m - language Ihe cause i is unknown ills which ha Inited State army weighs aundi and will kill a man of two mile With the kl no der it Is aaid the be killed before he heard the report The bullet i kel or steel sufacturer say that the com- i bids f...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 November 1894

HwIjhSt JlSSSSSSSSSSSfiM9HRPP vPyl J Tf lUID WEEKLY at 5 a liv m J f C Walker Publisher 5 I B A OHK DOLLAR 1 T Who killed Cock Robin J - ThisUntorje7rr 1 jjj BelkMines still has tho banner f d it - Indiana Isnt Davo Woods a if f New York uu k eorreci v hV i ft ft rfw w B j ih M Bui Davo Woods got li v i - taere li 8 Its all over and tho r ft ae if 1- r If i L JAM Jt jfl m f V r S iian - - m r IVARIC I - - H v v tracti tT g bi 1 sum 2g l r d g j w iJ -if W It is all over and somebody is now fadly whispering Where aro we The landslide of 92 has slid back Iheother way taking with it tho skid poles The Populists aro defeated in tho Lw lit - PCBJOcrat8 We wui a vua i sm iwn aii iL it Now let us install Dave Woods as i iMor of the clerkship aud quit fool ing awaytimo trying to beat him The advertising columns of the Prbb8 are always worth reading read 1iem and keep up with our enterpris ing members There are two things our prohibi tion friends du not do They neither I SK lfMEr -- w wnopne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 November 1894

s r t t 1 J IU ilkek Publisher ICAL NEWS t looking iino hiker is ery ill foods Is on tho sick list II Cussltt Dcntiat Marino teat in bulk nt Thomas Bros ulit wells mid branches nro hay ami wlfo wcro in town Jcnning is nt Hampton very fuvcr anil has been very elclc PT- icr Slieetingryard wido per jnrd nt 15 C s Mnttoon Ivy Woflbnl came homo frotn tow to vote Nowcomb from mil to vote Hammond foreman of tlie rptifo otsiurgis was in town y I Card in nnd wlfo ore oxcc kuc about the first of next II Stone vrlid is in the revenue hat an assignment for next Dixie CbilderJ ofEUyvillc bo truc nt of Mi Nellie Walker Jay Mid Sunday protMde I meeting will be com si at Silonm on the third lit v R C Lovo will nMist pher wants butter eggs nnd all i ot country produce and will pay liglieti market price bu flnuld call each oveniug and iwnp hi IH013 tiuiigtiuui ircu khntits at Thomas Bros leaye your order for bread nnd it fin delivered nt yourdnr each iug Thomas Br lo to Conner nnd you can get oyster ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 November 1894

alf arJ j u a wii i anJ G I ah M il in w r K si o IF f I i 4 mm kw U 7 v ifiiiatsiSTllONOMY tMAT OF THE CHINEAP mn it A8 YET MERELY ASTROLOGY aw isen ii a chancellor at the Xka rkaiWhim edlfaton inb at sattaaant anhdln Ltn EiVasabarTTaTw t TnwkU iv erraaurf znrrncrn hiA aMi w bu position and m present chaaeellor is an nnoleof the emperor Hia rabordtaaies are also men nf task the two director baring a right U the vsJiasi of prscioos stones and a leweled image of the sea xaren which on the heart Tbelr offices are BUSjdltary about the only ones in Chl awhich are became they alone hare feeoalculaUon Ublea which the Jesuits ltrbdnced in the seronteenth century ud they keep them carefully hidden sjway vne or ue principal features in a aodern obsenratory is a telrscope In a Peking obserratory there is not a angle telescope and there nerer has been ah al a- ai hhi mere u no recent or it Sills la not astonishing la riew of the which iuo isiuoeae mace oi Biyjf The only real value it has for t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 8 November 1894

y ivar 4 ni iii Coiitti j iv Wil i TAAi Pi l 1 coil th T fl -- J Wi ti u If J4 m If1 i HUSK x H aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKh iy The only real value It has for sjMMtotojtotenalae their numerous fast days and the dates of idolatrous leasts which the emperor periodically fcolds alfthe varloas temples when he aiecBtes the sacrifices fcnd performs the Utea laid dowa In the sacred book f Tbe astronomy of the Chinese was in lac aad Is yet merely astrology The ty of fixing these dates falls upon the Ufldals of the observatory and the Aiuncll of the board also meets on the last day of every year and at midnight tba chancellor solemnly ascertain the direction of the wind and inform tba Ujard They tbeo draw their conclu sions and the rural t is circulated far and wide tfi aatarael the bay That what Iaa paid for AU aasBae eekniped tba lad I owwMrttodlnkWefor - xH 4t jo aiacai If youll tell tait1Mittrail aW ctlaar aaa held out aUatotkakti TITwHitsssaai4taeboy keep wUi41iliiwM - TVaa xaaak Torn toll wh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 November 1894

A Highest of all in Icavcnmj Tower latest U S Govt Report RoYal j eloped Mncc TildcnV day the only one who has led hi party to ictory in forty two jeani these would lie iiilliciriU tonecount for tho republican landslide all ocr the country Memnhis Coiiuneicial It waa very irinniit ihit the tarill bill was not pawed earlier so that tho proccM of adjustment could havo been com- jlctctl lwforo the election camo on As it was the people wcro kept In doubt up to the last moment by the slnigglo Iwtwcen tho senate and the house as to what tho essential feature of tho hill woubl bo and when finally it became a law tho congressional election contest wcro on A general election - alway hai a depressing clfect i i l mr Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE COMMENT ON THE RESULT Wliut Somo or the HU crntlc Papers lltui to Nay 01 the Luiidslido Now Voik World The democratic jiarty in the nation ut laigo culler a toman lint unjiut hut inevitahlu pun ishment for its failure to carry out the mandate of the p...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 November 1894

vr YJR iaanxnscrrsa3K 3BKU 3 cri in MiiHJJuijaWfcHHMiiej3BaEv CTi DONT Miss the Opportunity W I i ai J VJ ff Oil I ls tVVVay I EM QRr 5A ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walkkr Publisher ONE YEAR The hard times did it They whipped u keep jour eye on 9li Now that the election is over let us tettlo down to limine The first bueitios should lw however to cettle up your eiihsciiption to the Ikbs Do not forget this little matter if 3 011 please If the Democratic party could havo emite 11 rock and bring guthing forth 11 stream of plenty nothing have beaten us When the Democratic State Con vention meets next year if tho ThirJ Fourth Fifth Seventh and Tenth congressional district fellows dont say to tho Iirst nud Second district FOLKS Help yourielves gentle men to what you want We will take what i left then wo will say that there w wUdom iu the meand ering of a recent cyclone tbat passed otr this country S - ONE DOLLAR thi j tiiue but Texas is Mill rufely Democratic hut there id nothing else that will da t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 November 1894

----- C Wai mr ltiblishur LOCAL NEWS Dr P It Covin Dentiit Mitrion M Font r Cridcr a well known n rTiln ii reported veiy 111 li Im Indies initeee and Intl S Ij I lodge Co k iihhtaild UregatoM are bold- i t rvttlHg meeting at Caldwell 1 t maker vewribla lady of I el- Ferny neighborhood died i u Immer vtaa liefote tho polk M nday zh wa fined 1 Air n i of thitMM V simpaon n highly rwpeeted i I the Plney neighborhood IihUj after a lowg illness II unior Sheeting yitrtl widu I tK per yanl nt M C I ri Mailuon Ky - 1 Ynidell ruttier of ilia n Viii tick trveral dy hut IllllWtll i iluri haa pureba ed a lot oj liaet M tiki nml will ixi a nice reileuoe upon it M rgia Soboolerell of Padu tl yiilof her iUUraMr I I Mm II I Xtwa ot thia i trrinc pacial Inducement f r etturche an I erbool Ii iva thf bt ettwand the m Pierce Hon i iii Sltwling yard wide jicr yn l 15 C Mattoon Ky - fr the big flock ara i in tba tower ol tbe arkool hero 1 1 ha four fact i rim dimeter maj Um kmeet pU ob in order ma oar a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 November 1894

4 tia iv 4 V t frT Jt x t 1 w GHOSTS OF THE SEA BAILORS DREAD TO SEE THE SHIPS THAT NEVER SAILED Au Old TU TaJU r III llmt lliprrlrnco Willi k riinloni Mli Trrrl til Ilnrrloann lliml It Illtlra VMj With All 811 Ret Theso tnle of tho uhlrM Hint never sailed out of an American port Hying tno stars ami stripes As I said boys tho old man went on its tho ships that not er went out from any port that n allnr never forgets when Ho sees ono of them Wo may re member tho ships that went out and nevor caiuo back for u time if wo had a shipmato nlxmrd bnt v r m forgi t - But Micros no forgetting a ght of the ca It was back iu tho early ft tks I saw my first fct xlur r i ml tuli I can shut my cymiuxUco it 3 ti 111 as I could it then I was a hi r 1 1 a fishing i ehoom r andwewein tth ing cod off the tMt of Xewfonnulatid Wo liad been ont ten days mid v- ro al most ready to start for lioiu w ltli n full cargo when a naty on hhoro lniio camo on lato ono We sto xl ont to sea for there was a heavy fug...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 15 November 1894

1 i I l ii tiai m y si e M n j rru GHOSTS OP THE SEA i SAILORS DREAD TO SEE THE SHIPS C w THAT NEVER SAILED An Old Fait TiOU nr III I lrt riporlrnro With it riiautom M1I11 1rrl bio llnrrloann llnuls It Itlilr Ijwlly With All Hall Pet Those tales of tho shlpi Hint uover came back aro sail enough lint Its tho r ship thnt never went ont tho Rhoti of tho sea that plvo tho sailor man n creepy feollnR when ho inooN thorn ont where tho war nro rolling high nml tho winds Rro singing fnnernl fours Tho speaker wn Mato Hob Ailing who has followed tho sea as boy and ninn for nearly 60 n Surrounded by a group of intore 1 llntencrs in tlio ghost had any terrors for him Then ns tho wind went down a bit ho ordered ns to mako sail nnd bear down on tho phantom ship Up went our Fall in u jiffy and wo flew along before tho wind but wo could get no nearer the phantom ship Suddenly wo saw tho whito ghost ship lurch forward her sails trembled for an instant and then she Eocmcd to sink straight dowii into ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 November 1894

fp i i HChestof all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report Roto ABSOOfTELY PURE STAYED AT HOME A Lnrgo Number ofYotcrs Who Failed to Vote AN ANALYSIS OF THK CKNT EMOTIONS HUtlstlrlnn Wuito IhcH Soiiip igiirc Washington Nov society calling ltclf The National Statisti cal Association with headquarters in Washington held a regular monthly meeting hit night at the Columbian university This association ii com pote of men habitual cngtjel in tneutal labor and who might bo per haps described at scholars At their regular meetings they are iu tho habit of hearing papers read discussing current mitten and reviewing tho af fair of nationt At tho list nights meeting Mr Frederick U Waltc for merly a special agent of the eleventh census delivered au addrc on tfie subject of Election Certificates Mr Walte said that the recent overwhelming defeat of the democrat ic party had been accomplished by 5000000 voters who remained away from tho poll lie detailed the forces which operate against a party ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 November 1894

n X M VOLUME 15 Highest of all in Leavening lowcr Latest U S Govt Report Ije8s Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE STAYED AT HOME Largo Number of Voters Who Failed o Vote AN ANALYSIS Or T1IK UK- CENT ELECTIONS NUtlitlrlnn Hulto Sites Some aailgures Washington Nov 15 -A society calling lUclf The National Statist ol Association with headquarters in Washington held a regular monthly raeetiug latt light t the Columbian university ThU aioUtion it com- ttnwd nf mn hahitunllv cm aped ill tnnlal fftlmr unit lm miehl lv tiprl haps described as scholars At their regular meeting they arc in tho habit of li earing papers read discussing current matter ami reviewing tho af fair or nation At tho last night meeting Mr Frederick C Waite for merly ft pociaI agent of the eleventh census deliver au add re on tfic ubject of Election Certifier tea Mr Waite said that tho recent overwhelming defeat of the democrat ic partjr had been accomplished by 5000000 voUra who re main el away from the poll He detailed tho force ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 November 1894

vypl T T I jaP vi i m H mm J t1 L - Viv l 0 I mnWn i Tho thing is not so bad after all Instead of being 250000 tho lican majority in Pennsylvania is only 241397 Marion is dryer now than sbobver was under prohibition If it keeps on not raining folks will have to uso liquor in the kitchen Firstdid herself I UBBBBpila iroinmmmi foess ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONE YEAR ONE DOIXAH Breckoiiridqe is going on the stage nsa lecture In the Congressionnf primary elec tion tho total voto cast was 13053 Crittenden county juriej seem to ho getting down to work about right over in Union Tl t iuo man wno now Has a well has not gono di of it as irst born boy Ex Federal soldiers of Louisvillo have organized to erect over theirderd conirads in that city Flouring mills at Chicago and St Louis have closed down to limit tho production of flour and to stimulato pricjEs The Prohibition voto in tho First congressional district was -492 Even the Pmhiba can boast that tho old iroud last all in and o ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 November 1894

puffjrz x VRMTfU auUfaaaaM A Ofc foK R C Walkkk Publisher LOCAL NEWS Subscriptions Itccchcd ri rni u luimniiijj jH Tooiu navo our thanks for m nioy paid on subscription nurf this is n receipt to chcIi for samo If you nro behind on your concludo to pay It and wo will appreciate it juit now John M Hikcr A I Crider J L Walker W L Iltighw J M Loovoru It 0 Frills A I Travis A - A Htluw V I Wood Maria Venkoy W II Wollbnl J P Crawford John Uulcinnn W A Inrmloy I A Iwcry F M Hillvnrd John Loyd A I j Itioo W U M Travis It II Waddcll O M J T Wheeler James King C W Ihldwin Ira I Nun n W W Stewart J A Jiicm J A ltodgcrs It 8 Thretteld Itcdnian Hughes W L Aher W 12 Mlnner I j 11 Paris Georga M Slsoo T J Black It W Hilt Holwrt Wnrley 11 N Diinam M a OlUro It 0 Lua 1 M Hardest J W Joirioys Mr TSMcCll Fieldcu llmntly 311 Thoma Marion ICy Benton Mo Washington D C ii Itufus Ky Kuon CrcMwol Fredouia Fredonia Carrsville Weston lcvias Bayou Mills Dycusburg Howell Shady drove Sullivan Sinithland Shady Gr...

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