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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 March 1900

- f r8l fbu T- R C Walker Publisher OHK MAR ONX DOLLAB Whore is Gov Brndloy that ho is not in the case ht Frankfort A groat nephew of Androw Jnck Bon killed n mnn Fridny nt Old Hickory Tenn The Silver Republicans will hold their National Convention nt Kan sas City July 4 Tho Post says that it is startling if true Thats a confession on the Posts part that is likewise start ling Tim nrstwhile dark nllev and black cat nro nothing to compare with our city after night fall thoso times If the dark of the moon has any thing to do with the growth of vegetables now is tho time to plant them in Marion Carnegie and Frick have fallen nuon each others neck that IxJth may continue to keep thoir velvet slippered feot on tho nock of tho people Gen Joe Wheeler is about tho only man in tho country who has two birds in his hand and is him self in the bushes as to which to turn aloose When President McKinley roads Goldens testimony ho will see thai there is territory nearer home for tho piofitablo oper...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 March 1900

u - i Mr A ft w I Kfi 4 A LARGE PURCHASE H Cardin Likes the Sa lem Tobaccos Mr A H Cardin tolls us that his purohaso of tobacco this yoar amounts to 800000 pounds of tho wood He has not boon stripping forsomo time and expects to sell at home this year The prices C seem to be a shade better on this side pf the water Thi is Mr Oardins second year at Salem and he likes the tobacco of tbatteoHor and will continue to purchase lure iVkoW he Mid that tMttlrUM JriUtfUt out M jgfood ppintlwtMiiu ft 1 S88H8StW8 value that belongs to or has been furnished or is being furnished by any such corporation or agent at torney employe or servant thoroof to bo used or employed in any way for tho purpose of aiding or assist ing or advancing the cause of any political or quasi political party or o rer shall ba guilty of misdemean or and shall upon conviction bo fined not loss than two hundred and fifty dollars nor moro than ono thousand and imprisoned in tho country jail at hard labor not toss man tiireo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 March 1900

mam i x i V ifh W r t 1 Sam CassidvTflts in Clarksvillo lust weok Mrs Ella Oharlos is visiting in Smithland Born March 24 to the wife of W H McKoo a fine boy Miss Minnie Campbell of Hu ghy is the guest of Mrs Dr Phil lips James Clark and Miss Percoy Bennett are visiting jrolativos here this week Steve Tisdale is again able to be out aftor a few weeks tussle with the measles starr Starr is a new postoffico situat ed at Piney camp grounds near Stonewall Wo havo two mails a week Tuesday and Friday Carl T Boucher is the postmaster and is nlways ready to hand out your mail or sell you goods Dr Buokner of Fredonia was in our midst Thursday Miss Ollie Belt was buried at Tie Bushing graveyard the third nday Mr Travis and John Stewart of m Hill made a flying trip rough this section last Frank Crider broke his arm out live months ago and the Proctor says ho dont think ho will ever have any use of it any more This is a great misfortune on Mr Crider NEW SALEM A little child of Mr Tom Csuf - Alb...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 March 1900

LT SIS m rv en ksft tisftx2fe3ctss3sgbA fc tZS friul ilinU T J Will b VSTo eoods lofTO I 11 illJ Kll lll 1 0 4 uf nl If t 111 ml rr o u imkv SIS SHOES Wo dont supposo thnt our supremacy will be questioned in shoes Wo boliovo thut wo hnve nlwnys sold better shoes for tho price thnt could bo had elsewhere We hnve never han died shoddy shoes Wc do not think them cheap nt any price But have always sold Jevtt possible money Ik lui tuillllCKlb 11 l county No difference what kind of shoo you may want WE CAN PLEASE YOU YES there has also been an advance in shoes leather is very much higher and of course it costs more to make shoes But not one co n t advance wi 1 1 we ask you t not only this f JL0vm but wo enn rf sh3 give you better Jbtef values than ever before A good buckel plow shoe for 8100 The best high cut plow shoo in town at any price for 125 See our great line of Mens lino Vici Kid and Kangaroo at 8200 250 uud 8300 Tho only line of Mens and Womeus high grade footwear In town Dry Goo...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 March 1900

6 t r w r 4- 2 I I lti n nlirht fnr full lil SEND NO IT THIS ll IHT and ml tu ii i your M t mul klKht alju WSrit SXCVoSlZS can nnd let it lie HUtl w H irmi iuii fir- - i fA -- NO 70 y Saturday tacli month WINOAl K COUNCIL Xo 35 R S M losulir meet lugs second Monday night In each month Hlackwcll Lodge Nn v K P fflbj Meets evrry Friday night In lv I II ill J W 1UUE 0 C GKO M CRIDKK K of U and S iliiuT J Marion Lodge No 60 Regular meetings Mrst and third Monday nights In i ncli mint Ii in t lie Masonic Hall VNitlag brethriil arc ctir invited to uttend S 15 11 A SWELL M w IJOlRLANIi Rpcrder W J J Paris M D PHYSICIAN MARION KY- Office ovir OnneV DrtitMnre Telephone N 27 P ih I v IIf V I aMJWM C MOORE Attorney and Counselor at Law arion Dank 3 and 4 over MARION KY L H JAMES O W JAMES James James LAWYERS MARION - - KY W H Clark JK i ATTORNEY AT LAW HARION KY Office over ilayncs Drug Store Prompt attention given to all busi ness entrusted to ids caro M E FOHS Merchasit TaiJor MARION KY Ctml...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 March 1900

f j 3 I m - jri 3TyH TqKeP jsss MensiClay wors R C Walker ufclisitr J J Stock liv begins btibinoss April fdi - K Fiscal courtconvono3 noxt Tuer day Pr Phillips of DyciiBburg wns in townTCuoaUhy Hi otLcumvillo wrs i intoWn Saturday A bargain in a first class bicycle at tho PiiEss bilico Tooth oxtraotod without pain by 0fc Young donfist H S JTltsprttriek of Sturgia Spent Sunday in -Marion Rev Robert Johnson of Kutia wa was in towu Monday Thqres enough poaches left for a few cobblors this summer The pest honee is the only va cant house around or in town Mr Northern Woods is working for a drugstore at Eddyville Dr R J Morris tho dentist will Ihj at Salem all this week - Ia Ty Tl o -e is no smallpox on docket at this term of court Mm tho Rev Ford filled his appoint ment at the Christian church Sun- MrsMary J Hicklin of Bolls Mmesjis very ill with typhoid fever A car load of corn and tobacco fertilizers at W H Towovys Shady Grove A daughter of Mr John Belt near Sheridan died of pneumonia ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 March 1900

f V r ii 1 a O pr KVfi I il Same vs Janun lielt hreach of peace 1290 Snmo vs Dfek Stewart col con venpons 1201 Snmo vs Jul Honry trespass 1203 Snmo vs Art Bolt nnlicious shooting 1291 Samo vs same snmo 1295 Same vs samo concealed weapons 1293 Snmo vs Albert Dcboe trespass l00 Samo vs John Like petit larceny l501 Samo vs Fred Owens detaining a woman 1302 Samo vs samo assault and battery 1301 Snmo vs sama breach of peace 1307 Samo vs Prewitt Cook disturbing worship 1303 Sama vs Amplias Weldon appeal 1309 City of Marion by etc vs J H Orme appeal 1310 Sama vs same appeal 1311 Same as same appeal 1313 Snma vs same appeal 1311 Snmo s same appeal 1315 Snmo vs snmo appeal 1310 Snmo vs same appeal 1317 Sumo vs Amplias Weldon nppenl 1318 Smo vs same uppeal 1319 Snmo vs same appeal 1320 Same vs R F Iiuynes appeal 1321 Snmo vs same appeal 1322 Snmo vsJns Trousdale concealed weapons 1323 Snmo vs samo breach of peace 1321 Same vs Sollis Hollonnn eto disturbing worship 1325 Samo vs Henry Belt and ...

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 April 1900

V u t 11 ft V L fc - U 0 i I- m VOLUME 21 rs Vr swsass THE GRAND JURY vou 41in XII iwuuuuug J JudcaCautriillsaid Onntlomoii of the iui y Yon I know tho horrible situation hero much baiter than I can depict it I to you You havo boon sorocteu trom mo oouy oi iuo 10 1 look into allbroaohos of tho law f IioUevo thiB jury will disohargo its whole duty fairly and tially and whon you have ted your duties no man will have ground of complaint to lay at your Royal - - -v h miP Tfnswji i ihmiftwffvmrSiss Dry Goods Dress Goods and Silks Wo cannot say too much about it Wo spent many days in selecting and know our dress goods are up-to-date We have- everything thot is new and women and children can find just what they want LADIES SKIRTS and WAISTS and can suit vou at right price It will pay you to eeo our line HATS AND CAPS You find the best styles with us on ly Beautiful Spring Neckwear all styles shapes and all kinds BsrFSy t5sC3 yvjf ey9 J door The officers of tho coitrt will be ready at nil t...

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 April 1900

SECRET SOOIETIES 5C Jigs GEO M Bighara Lodge No 255 P A AM Regular nioetlngs Satur day night boforo full moon In each month Visiting brethren arc cordially Invltid to attend J O Oilukht W M J B Kkvil Secretary CHITTENDKN CHAPTER NO 70 U A SI meats regularly Saturday nlKht after full moon In each month WINGATK COUNCIL No 35 RiSM lugulnr meetings second Monday niht In each month Mackwell Lodge No 57 K P Meets every Friday night In 1C P Hall J V BLUE C 0 CIUDKli K oflt auclS Marion Lodge No 60 Regular meetings first and third Monday nights in each month In the Masonic Hall Visiting brethren arc cor dlally Invited to attend J S BRAS WELL M W J C BOURLAND Recorder W J J Paris M D PHYSICIAN MARION KY- Oilice over Omen Drugstore Telephone N 27 A C MOORE Attorney and - Counselor at Law OFFICE Rooms Marlon Bank 3 and 4 over MARION KY LHJAMES OMJAMES James James LAWYERS MARION - - KY w n warn ATTORNEY AT LAW HARION KY Office over Haynes Drug Store Prompt attention given to all busi ness entru...

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 April 1900

4 r yerfi w ryhv f i -4 theso tor a very WOUlft w BAD CUTTER Much That Is Being Sold To day la Not Fit to Eat Tlio pood return how IipJur rttvlveri iiingB Joy to those ifnlrymcn who are lik8Hcd with n Rood supply of milk tnys a writer In tho National Stock- man The present price of butter ought to Insuie every put chaser a No Alil 1 T aa r an alllit I IVriKlO Ulll 1 III will w o auu do it With the laws now on record In nearly every state In the Union to pro- tect the products of the dairy tdioutd come a radical diango In the qunlty of butter made In the aernte daliy Every move which Is made to uiiiull the sale of those Imitations f s cn ulhe butter helps dahyiAon ia will they do to hetp themselves The creamery 1j doing good vuk nt the way of Improving the 11111II y of hatter but it cannot du all Too many dairymen do not the riMinrry I am not lnsistlu that they Fhohld No better butter was ever pio dncTd than that which uiu bo made 1 at the dairy The object of this art cle is to awake...

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 April 1900

4 p 6 tj ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher OKKtlAB OITX DOLLAB Nearly 25000 Pennsylvania min eis are onn strike Hon W J Brynn will not at tend the national convention - Tlio Porto Ricnn taritF bill pasr ed the Senate by a voto of forty to thirtv ono John D Rockfeller has given 2000000 to the Chicago Univer sity Loss to the wheat crop in In dia is estimated at from 40000 000 to 50000000 Cleveland declines to say wheth er he is for Bryan or not Ho is mum on the subject Tho friends of ox Gov Bob Tay lor of Tennessee are talking about him as a running mate for Bryan Gen Louis Botha was appointed to succeed Gen Joubert as of the Transvaal forces Several million dollars will be expended by tho United States in establishing a naval baso and coal ing station in Guam The house committee on post ottices will recommend that 725 000 be appropriated to extend tho pneumatic tube service One thousand Cuban school teachers will spend six weeks in the United States this summer visiting a number of ...

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 April 1900

i u Ti fryyjwwi ivyv Hrr vsN w ny v f lltt It C Watkfr PiiMtahef LOCAL AND PERSONAL Tho brightest new Pst and best Summer Dress Goods and Sbirl Waist Goods at CLIFTONS Ed Olivo was in Princoton Siui iliy Mr E 0 Hay ward lm3 i urcv ne ed tho Cook hotel Mr Sam Mullpy of Kuttawa was in town Monday AV R Sullivan is solline tho Tron City Dish washor Mr T C Campbell of Dycus Lurg i aiJ us a call Monday Foster Throlkold is the first man to report corn planted Miss Lillio Cook spent Sunday with friends in Sullivan Mr J W Givens was in Provi deuco last week visiting relatives Tho little child of Chas Jon- nings was quite sick a few days ago A car load of corn and tobacco fertilizers at V H Toworys Shady Grove Mr and Mrs W P Clemont spout Sunday with rolatives in Sturgis Miss Luc Gregory of Dycus burg is the guest of friends in this city Robert Williams tho tonsorial ilrtist is out again after a four weeks illness Messrs George and J N Bos ton were made Knights of Pythias Friday night Rev T J...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 April 1900

t l EV r SSS cm uut in iv ansas lives a happy wife She writes 1 buvo used Mother Frf before two confinements The lasftlriie I TiiJ twins and wji in tabor only a few mln utes Suffered very little Tho reason i by Mothers Friend does expectant mothert omuch Rood is because itls an cxternalllnihient to be applied upon theouisldewbere much of the strain comes It helps be came the potes of the sklnreadllyaLiorb it and it comes into direct contact with and i3 absorbed by the parts involved Morning sickness Is quickly banished and nervousness is kept completely away The sense of dread and foreboding is not experienced even during1 labor Itself Confinement Is short and almost withoBl pain Recovery Is quick and sure Best or all Metkera Prlead benefits the unborn Just as much as the excitant mother and when themtftte comesli will be strong lusty andlwiWty IHvztltUttU Mothers PrU4 tar I kotth Btnd r fr bg oo tbf object tslr BluiUu4 tub wAmmmmmiwmWi KwnaBfiaKMii STrnnnm 90 mm m m tm - -- w mews ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 April 1900

m lA f i i r i i ft vb t tV LU risum mmmm vm 4 i J H ORME CENSUS INFORMATION Many Questions For the Farmer to Answer When the Enumerator Calls in June When the census onumorntor cnl on you sometime during I ho in nth of June ho will have some thing to tnlk about besides tho weather however the other good old subject tho crops will bo one of tho loading topics of his inquisitorial conversation and that our farmer friends may tho moro readily respond to his desire for information wo havo socured from Supervisor Moore the list of ques tions they aro expectod to answer j Number of acres of unimprpved land Number of acres of improved land Number of acros owned by the occupant Number of acresented or leased Value of entire farm including buildings and other permanent improvements w provements Valuo of all tho buildings on tho farm Value of all implomonts and ma chinery on tho farm Estimatod value of all farm pro ducts sold consumod or on hand for 1899 Amount expended in 1899 for fertilize...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 5 April 1900

y It fcr This Month Take PRINCETON PRESBYTERY A Good Attendance and an Meeting Princeton Presbytery l Church is in session pi Interesting of the 0 at this ljlaco The opening sermon was preached by Rev J B Lowoy the retiring moderator JIov B A Hodges of Princeton was elected modorator and Mr Wilson Lamb of Sturgis stated clerk Twenty four of the forty one churches are represented and twelve of the twenty two ministers are in attendance Kev Biddle and Elders A L Criko and Jno D Hill wore elected commissioners to the Gen eral Assembly Sliiloh church has been chosen as the place for the next meeting of Presbytery COURT OF CLAIMS The Small Pox Expenses Loom ing Up Before the Justices The fiscal court convened day with all of tho magistrates present mmw fivnrl nt Sim rVllllt Allnrimul 00 County Superintendent 10c on each Pupil Dr J K Clark presented a claim of S15 as health officer Dr J J Clark presented a claim of 357 for services in tho small pox epidemic Dr Phillip presented a claim of...

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 April 1900

lA r k 1 r hi 6 2j VOLUME2I e2 jC22 hJ zS J5t ifc5y7 yjjfl f ft M M ifi ksl rr rx tT Jfc f ywravrfiQf s r VtTKP1lBiSww - TV V ilVJU 1 sl J Ull UIIU II1U UCOl OIJ IU3 Willi IJS ly TJeauliful Spring Neckwear all style shapes and all hinds - J ZpzZfVcSP KSjSXs HRE PROOF RtC COMMISSION APPOINTED TO REPORT COST Claims Allowed Tax Rate Rais ed to Meet the Small Pox Expenses APPROPRIATIONS ABOUT 300000 Tho fiscal court was in session tlireo days completing its work and adjourning Thursday after noon Just boforo adjourning tho at- toution of tho court was called to I rtho crowdod condition of tho clerk s ollicos and tlio V S2ASSi2XfSXK2A ORD VAULT - Ax insecurity imnrnvamont should hn mrnln I of tho valuable records Tho mat- BtopB wiU bo tnkou to tlmt oml nt tor was pretty thoroughly discuss- tho October term ed by several members of tha It was agreed that tho addition court aim it was tno unanimous monts Toviohors and Bcoros of other things that effect tho Inter osts of ninoitonths of tho ...

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 April 1900

SECRET SOOIETIES 5S Bigham Lodge No 256 F A AM Regular meetings Satur day night before -full moon In each month Visiting brethren arc ponllnlly invited to attend J 0 GlLDEUT W M J n Kkvil Secretary CRITTENDEN CHAPTER NO 70 It A M moots regularly Saturday nlgbt after full moon In each month WING ATE COUNCIL No 3 RiSM Regular meetings second Monday night In each month Blackwell Lodge No 57 K P Meets every Friday night In K P 1111 J W BLUE C C GEO M CRIDER K of R and S Marion Lodge No 60 Regular meetings first and third Monday nights in each month In the Masonic Hall Visiting brethren arc cur dlally invited to attend J S BRASWELL M W J 0 BOURL AN D Recorder W J J Paris M D PHYSICIAN MARION KV- Office over Ormeii Drugstore Tclephoue No 27 A C MOORE Attorney and Counselor at Law OFFICERooms 3 and -4 over Marion Bank MARION KY L H JAMES O M JAMES James James LAWYERS MARION - - KY W H Clark ATTORNEY AT LAW riARION KY Office over liaynes Drug Store Prompt attention given to all busi ness en...

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 April 1900

M x i it i THE COUfi i j i ft asked the court for a writ of error to tho Supreme Court of tho United States Do You Want A iBvferytJiing ibtcmttUmd improvement The session is for pleasure preparation progress - - - lib t t mac urn The Record of the Legislature is Conclusive of the Gubernatorial Controversy IT IS NOW UP TO THE SUPREME Frankfort Ky April 0 The Ken tucky Courtjof Appeals Satutday six of tho seven judges concurring in the de caon nfilrmod tho judgment of Judge Field that Beckham is tho legal goervn or of Kentucky Tho opinion was handed down Jin tho presence of all tho members of tho court Throoropions were prosented for filing Tha majority opinion was presented by Judge Hobson and concurred in by Judgos IlaiolriggPaytnor and While Thofiecond opinion Agreeing with fn6 conclusions reached was presented by Judges Burnham and Gfuffy Tho third opinion dissenting from tho othors was by Judge DuRelle Saturday W S Taylors attorneys C0UfiT0FflEiNO and idras gMetf Byagreement nll ...

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 April 1900

S- J J If v 1 f t 5JW 7 i f Efe fbe ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONKTrAR SaiwWMiifoMWiiH OHS DOUAK rhe Uoers aro getting their soc- hilw nl rnd nro astoiiisliing the hiitich Tio shots fired in Manilla bny two years ago did not strike Mr Aryans popularity The records of the Fiscal court show that the county had a rather severe attack of smallpox after all Tho fiscal court of this county might eonsolo itself in contemplat ing the fact that thoro are others Tho announcement of Admiral Uo wey for President confirms ear lier impression that Mrs Admiral isaucb orders occasionally Tt is now clearly proven that it was not tho governor of Indiana and tho governor of Kentucky that remarked oithor to tho other Its a long time botween drinks Now if Undo Sam wants to take a hand in settling state elec tion wo nro ready to submit but to bo frank with tho old gontleman we think its none of his affair Twolvo men and ono woman have boon killed in the vicinity of Irvine Ky since last June Ir vi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 12 April 1900

I r f PfcS R C Walkfr v X Publisher LOCAAND PERSONAL The prertiest line f I a cos and cri a in town at k CLINTONS Ciicnit court uic Mowlny Mis J W Bakor lins boon sick Mvornl days i i Mr Iennc Linloy of nloin wnB in town jMondny Little MissJiMnn Schoolcrnft is visiting in St Louis Squiro R S Pnris of Loin v ns in town Monday MrjAl iWoods muL wifo loft Monday for Knnsns Ollia tjnnios wis in Louisville tio firstof the week Miss Melville Gonn will roturn from Floridn thisweok Mr Gus Graves of Dycusbnrg was in tho city Monday Mrs Reiter of this place purchased tho Ivolsoy hotel has Miss Hortenso Finley is con ducting a privoto schodl at Dycus bnrg Rev Randolph and son rotuyi cd from a visit to county Thursday Mr T J Ilammoud of Grncoy was tho guest of his kinsman Mr Cirlow this week Mrs Potts of Birminghnui Ala is tho guost of Mrs J W Wag goner of this placo Mr E R Martin and Master Henry Turloy of Caldwell comity paid us a call Monday Frankfort Has Nothing to Do With our Prices Wo have...

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