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And Stop When Time Is Out System Adopted,
The Publisher of the Crittenden has Decided to Adopt the CaslviivAdvance and Stop-
Policy on All Subscriptions for the Following Reasons.
y l.ial' The post-office regulators require us to stop t.io paper
when the subscriber becomes nine months in arrears. We find that
this requires constant watchfulness and when these subscriptions are
stopped, the amounts due us are practically lost to us because we can
not see the people personally and collect, and they do not find it convenient
to call or remit, and in a short while the thing is forgotten.
SECOND Because perhaps one half our subscribers tell us to
stop when the time is out and the other half tell us to keep on sending
the paper. It is impossible for our clerk to remember who wants
it stopped and who wants it sent on, and confusion and in many cases
mistakes and ill feeling occur.
THIRD Because everything we buy we have to pay cash for
On January 30th, 1900, the New System Will be Put Into Effect. On that Date All Past Due Subscriptions
Will be Stopped and thereafter all Subscriptions will be Stopped Promptly at Expiration.
This is fair to everybody and is made necessary by reason of the postal regulations and sound business policy, as well as justice to all
Wi TiTi aTJTa
Crittenden Circuit Court, Kt.
H. A. IIavnes, Plantiff
Ad in. of V. L. Bennett
Dycusburg Canning Co.,
By virtue of a Judgement and Order In
of Sale of the Cnttcndean Circuit
Court, rendered at the Xov,
Term thereof, 1D0S, in the above bo
cause herein, I shall proceed to oiler
for sale at the Court-house door in
Marion to the bidder, at
PUBLIC- Al'CTlON, on Monday
the 11th day of .Jan. 1.I0), at 1
o'clock p. ni , or thereabout, (being
Court day,) upon a credit of s;x
months the folio viog described property,
''he redemption right in and to
the followniE property to wi:
"A Cuming Tactory situated in
Dycusburg, Criituudcu county, Ky.
and ucar the Cumberland river, together
with all of the apparatus, fixtures
and appliances unto said canning
factory belonging and the lot,
upon which said CANNING FACTO
KY is ituatcd. Said lot having
l !"! p'ir ha-.L-.l Ir, sjM Canning
i- frnm S H. Cissidy it Co., and
I -wig described a- follows:
g on Walnut street on the cast 100
f et and running went to the river,
thence down the river with it meanders
100 feet to the J. W. Hill
line(now S. fl. Cassidy X: Co line)
thence with said line to Walnut to
Hreot to the begininc.
For the purchase price the purchaser,
with approved security or
securities, must execute Bond, bearing
legal interest from the dy of We
sale until paid, and having the force
and effect of a judiremcn. Bidders
will he prapared to comply promptly jot
with these torms.
J. O. Kociikstkr,
2! 3t Commissioner.
Editor !' lease
,aiake note in your paper to the public
that for the holidays the I C.
wilroad will Fell round-trip ticket on
t greatly reduced rates. Date of,
Mlc, December 18, 19, 23, 21, 25,
3t and 31, limited for return Jan. C, I
W. L. Vkn.ikb, Agt.
HTi ATJTi Wi aUTl
GIFTED INDIVIDUAL AMUSES PASSENGERS
ON CAR WHILE
New Tork "No if you hear or
think you hear, a cat or a dos or
any other lower animal In this enr,
Mary, you trab h 1 of our pocket-hook,"
said a wo. n who boarded a
north-bound Lorn i venue trolley car
company with a younger woman.
"One of these cars was crowded
when I was on It. We all hoard a cat
meowing. At one time It seemed to
right under me, and I Jumped up.
Then the sound seemed to coiue from
Inside a basket an old colored woman
was carrying Wl i h'T yr almost
popping out she eautloiiblj d the
lop. She was nil' d. but tnh:lfled.
People Foreot All Llse They Were So
Interested In the Meowing.
ni ''ound one part of
the car to aniijer. and people forgot
sot off at tholr crossing, thy were
"After avhllo somebody noticed the
t r of a t H darli young man moving
slightly at the ?'.-. time the cut
f.eemed to be The ventriloquist,
delected went on vvi'i his
performance. V, e had n free show.
baroly noticed that a yoii'v roan
and woman, who wore standing well
forward, worked tholr wy tow'r
back through the rrowd, fitopplnr 'o
laugh with the rest of U3, and then
off at adjacent crossing!.
"Two blocks further a womu
JumpH up to aay that somg mo had
taken $20 out of hi- puree. The passengers
attll on biard took stock at
once, finding that four had been
robbed or money nnd Jewelry. An
that's the reason you want to hold
your pocketbook and kefp joor eyes
open If you hear any ctrange animal
Investigation showed that the
robber and his accomplices
havo been doing gratifying buslnesn
the Iynox avenue and the Amater-dam
avenue cars In Harlem. But these
lines have been worked out. and they
may turn up anywhere, In tho city.
"It In some consolation, however,"
said tho experienced Lenox avenue
woman, "to bo entertained while you
ro robbed. That Is nomethln new t
for Now York."
and our employes have to have their money every Saturday night.
The cost of newspaper production is heavily increasing and it Hikes
cash to keep things going.
FOURTH -Because we have now on our books exceeding $4,000
due us on subscriptions, nearly every cent of which is good but is so
scattered over the country that it is impossible for us to collect it
when we need it most. Wo send out names occasionally and many respond
promptly, while the majority do not, because they do not find it
convenient just at the time and the matter is deferred. Finally the
amount runs up to $3, $-1, $5, $6 or $7 -and then in many cases the
subscriber can't pay and we have finally to stop the paper and loose
this amount, when to havo paid $1 at the beginning of each year would
TlTi TJTi ,THTa
The people of Glcndalc arc making
great prepiration for a Christmas
Krauk G re) head has moved to Joo
Linzy's farm near hero,
The debate at this place
night w&s woll attoudod and
by all. The subjcot was "He-solved
that man will go farther for
the love of woman than he would for
money." Tho judges de aided on
Wc arc very orry to report that
Ilcv. ). M. Roberts has moved from
our midst to male ''is homo at View.
Tho people of View should he gled
to welcome as highly respected eon-
tlcmen as Bro. Bobert. Our los is
Parents, lookout for your
as the bird hunters are thick1
All who wen- not preetit at the
debate Thursday inhi missed tho
best point in their I by not heir
ins: Albert, the ureal debutur. Who
The above celebrated Tcnn. wagon
will be given away on Jan. lit, I'.IOJI,
by Ot.iVK it You will be
given a chance with each ONH 1)0 L-LAK
CASH I'l'HCIIASK at thia
store on Main street in front of tho
got the ride sadd'c, Albert?
Chester Litr.y who was confined
to In- room at our last report is able
to be out again.
Sunday School is progressing
nicely at this place with 11. II.
V. M. Davidson who has had
oharge o f the Crittenden Springs
for tho last three years has
moved to his furm nesr this place
to live a retired life.
Solemizcd in the holy bonds of
mutrimony, Weden-day. Dec.
Hlh Mr. Mar'ain and Mr. Lawson
of Ulaukfnrd K). Tho bride is
an accomplihi d and attractive lady
of this suction. Tho groom is
unknwn hero but we congratulate
him on winninc suoh fair hand.
May peace and happiness go with
hem thro. lite.
Go to S. .1. Hucphrcj for jour
Thellurncan meetitii: cloed lw
Sunday, several fr tn hre attend,!.
Hon B, U. Terry delivered an i
j excolcnt talk at the debito on
j behalf of Wotniu. Ii e made innuy
I goob points and won the decision nf
j tho dudgds.
Any ono drsirins to jxiiobuso
rabbits botwoon uw and Xm will
do well to so O. Hudeliff.
Ktery bodv go to Jim Muori u
the niiiging Saturday night. aUo to
John Daily Monroe? to the randy
drrnkin next Tueadur iiiarttt.
hook out for a wedding ou, if
alt propltisj be true it will be
Go to S. J. Humphrey for your
Toiuuiie quit paaniug here no often
may be he tops te pot Hoar inatoad
of itoinc in aee Mablo.
Xuiat. toys and candies nt S. .1.
MAKE THIS YOURSELF.
Tills How Any One Can I'Jopnre Sim-Ile
Mixture, Said to Overcome
There is so much Cheumatism here
in our neighborhood now that the following
mlvicc will he highly appreciated
by those who sufTer:
Get from any good pharmacy one-half
ounce Fluid Kxtract Dandelion,
one ounce Compound Kariron. thre"
ounces of Compound Syrup
Shake these yell in n bettle ami
take in teaspoonftil doses nftr oach
meal nnd at bedtime; also drink plenty
of good water.
It is claimed that there are few vie
tims of this dread and torturous disease
who will fail to find ready relief
in thjs simple home-made mixture, and
in most eases n permanent cure i.s the
This simple recipe is said
en and cleanse the elimonative tissues
of the Kidneys to that they can filter
nnd strain frcm the blood nnd system I
the poisons, acids and waste matter,
which cause not only Rheumatism, but
numerous other diseases. Every man
or woman here who feels that their
kidneys are not hiHhv and active, or
who Buffers from anv urh'iry trouble
whatever, should not hesitate to make
up this mixture, as it is certain to do
muchcood. andmav save you from '
. , . . ,. , .,
much misery and sullonng nfterwh.le. I
Onr home .ruggists say they will e.th -
VrZZ Lnr ,T? T '7 i'.
prescription ready to tnke if our rend-'
cr ask them. 80 2t I
'oner's ..Tuff Steel H,,ors"
follow Porters -1 ,,ff lamp I
chimneys into universtl use like'
, , .
a duck takes to water. 27 -It ,
have been easy and satisfactorily to Ixith sides.
We give this notice in ample time for all subscribers to adjust
their accounts. We want every subscriber to remain with us and believe
it will be far more satisfactory to all concerned. Time was
when the circulation of the was small, and wo
knew personally almost every subscriber.
Now wo furnish a paper much larger and better for the same
price. It costs us nearly three times iih much to fumiBh the gresent
paper as it did a few years back. We cannot atrord to curry on our
book ft. 000 in past due subrcription accounts and we believe overy
reasonable man will agree with us.
CntTTKNUKS CiurrtT Cot'tiT, Kv.
-I. W. Huehea, etui, I'lH. ) i
Atcnint Ito jouy.
.1. J. Iluglioj, ot a', l)ft.
By virtuo of a judgement and Or
der "f Sale of tlio Orlttenden Cirenit
Court, rendered at the Not. Term
thereof, 1!H)8, in ihe ahote caii 1
... . . . i
lirtll proeeeu to otler Jor nle nt the
door in lrlon to thet -
hiifhest bidder, t VlAV Al!C
WNTKD ITo.tlcr u reeh ,.
or. Mond.T the ll.h day of .
tJ fof of
,Inn. HlO'l, m I o'clock . . or i , . , ....
. . , . . n . . Hg eooda and paints. Liberal eon, -
thereabout, (hems nnrt dav, ) aion
a eredit of .ii month, the follow! ! " '" relino! .
doaeribed propertv, to wit-
A pertain tract of land in
eonnty, lu., patented to .)epb
Huglip. siit;nee of .lon
by, Patent No. 14270, issued on the
2'th day of June H30, VinK on tb
wators of Tr.vlewdter river, and is
Bek'ining at irn'o and dn'voo,'t
(orner tn Im N'lino, rnnniilK with !' I
line. N 3."i W fifl poleii ia n ffiitn and
bUrk ont portirr a nid
N'linn; thenee N (in Kt 10 pole to a
post oak, thonee .V 2n W, 2H poles
to four pot onV; .heneo S 7(1 W, S
poles to n pot ok in V. B. Si imp-
"nn's Hue, thrive with it, S l."i W, j
(U) po'e 'o two white oaks; ihpnce Si
20 K, c3 pnli.a to n tnVe; ilimice N ,
70 P). 1 S2 pole tn a thn ic S I
2r. pole, to a hickory, comer to the
afore mentioned In in, lenee
wiili his Wno S 7n 'V. in th
niug, coii'im.ih T0 r.eren more or
Tor the p'T'" the
wth iiiiuved 't'curity or
seciirities. execute Bond,
leil tntcrost from tho day f
ile until paid, and having the forco
''' flout of a judgcinent. Bidders
-" l0 proparod to connly promptly
wjj,, these terms.
J. G, H()0IIKTf
A Danporous Operation.
is the removal of ' o nipcm'' 1-
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i"- i.ui j liiB is ever Birt'ec.i to t i
ff, htfn urdn T,
b.i()Ii.t fre, .Jhev cuie, '
'nni.llf.to. henche. hihousness nnd
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.Ne- r..,..la gll.s new on s.,le. '
The a!t one-. I
Maiiio.v Kt i.ctjmo I.KHIT & Icr Co.
The Win. Tudor pUer 20'i re
more or lrr on Trader airr nri.
Six r"tned fenor fair,
ehard, wull, cistern. .ny bruucli
I and Tradewaiar river it,
Inhneeo bnrn. stable. ilkdid
brhood one lialf wilrf to en-I w
ahiirehcR clone, healthly e imiunnitv
lanre ranye far glewk, ull iitnlnT.d
and eofil wh oh iarw uiih 1 fool
'"in, TruoK Hkoh
20 2( MorKnoflr,l. Kv
T"K n.l.NTON OIL ro
F. W. NUNN.
MJ 1. .'., It.. I .
' UTIOII, Ken I
All work iriarrtniiA, If n;
work prove- p'- r
oall at tnv office at once.
LFTIER FROM A HIHTY KI.N'EK
Hero is n simple, iiiien.stini and
niert letter lrnm a rugued pioneer
. lV ,,,'r '; ""!" and
hardships nl the overland trn'l to
CiMifr.rinn, It tn all
San in Itosr. I'al . Mv fi. l'K'S.
Booth's Hymei Co , Biilfnlo. ' V
Denr I whs alllicled with
nnd tried nuinher of
but reeived no relief I purchased
no outfit of Homei. and before
I had used i he bottle I noted a
marked relief. I ued it for n month
or so, nd thought I wns cured, and
topped usini' it for a year or fo.
Thought I wns getting catarrh again
and started using it again. I used
it every tnnrninir, and keep tnself
"'enr nf catarrh. I eonider it tho
best catarrh medion that is uped.
I have often recommended it to my
friend'. I am 81 yours old. I came
to CaMforniit in 181M. nnd of crnrse
aom not viunrous n I was ."iS years
-"' M is 811 .. Mreel.
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Yours Irnly, W. Mock
i truarsnteed hT Havnes & T.vlor.
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"'" "",T for ''" hui fnr
A complete ontlii. including inhaler',
eosts only fl 0(1; extra bottles or
n .,,.: ii : aiierward i a
"joiiioi, needed, costH
ljt .')() cente. 80 2t