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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

I!' Ir I c (fiti f Imbtn Wktt&tfo Farmers Fined in the Court in Covington For timidating Others. al -.. :.. T.. A n!1 i Eight Grant county Ky. farrv $ were found guilty of conspii $ in restraint of trade by a jury the United States District Court at Covington Ky., to-day. Of the twelve men indicted, one was dismissed by order of Federal Judge Cochran, and three others were acquitted on the verdict rendered by the jury this afternoon. Fines ranging from $100 to $1,000 were assessed Hie defendants convicted were alleged to have interfered with the Interstate Commerce by intimidating and persuading" W. ; IT- Osborne, also a Grant county f firmer, to withdraw from ship ment a lot of tobacco consigned to the Cincinnati market from the station at Dry Ridge, Ky. All of the men found guilty are prominent in their locality, one of them, John S. Steers, being a minister and member of the adjourned State Legislator, The evidence for the Government was worked cno by H. W. Hoagland, a specia...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

W. ; xfrv Wvl ' ..JO, OE xoc IOE E OE xo p 11 O o Henderson Boosters Coming! r Wednesday, MAY THEY ARE GOMING, several hundred strong in a special train. Every business of the city will be represented and all expecting a repetition of the hearty welcome extended them last year. They are our people and as they are from a city that is rapidly coming into prominence asamanufacturingcityandsonear us, Marion and Crittenden county people are vieing with each other in preparing for them a royal welcome. To do this, we are asking the co-operation of every citizen of our town and grand old county, including the portion of Webster, Caldwell and Livingston counties who trade with us, to come to Marion on this day and join us in the welcome we are planing for the visitors. Even town on the river and in the territory named should be well represented on that day. Many of the leading business men of Tolu have expressed their intention of being here to take part in the great parade. That all visito...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

rzr 9W&aUSv$h&vfn'tr)&i?'s&t' Mf f I V V f 3s Nl Cs --Cj sl mJ m Ar : Ar.ii : :. away, you cant injure it W. L. DOUGLAS & 5.00 SHOES Best In the World, UNION MADE Boys' Shoes ' $2.00 and $2.50 Fast Color Eyelets f Kbk. LEil m tigrfS W. L. Douglas hoe are the loweit price, quality comidered, in the world. Their excellent style, easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of other makes. If you have been paying high prices for your shoes, the next time you need a pair give W. L. Douglas shoes a trial. You can save money on your footwear and get shoes that are just as good in every way as those that have been costing you higher prices. If you could visit our large factories at Brockton, Mass., and see for yourself how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are made, you would then understand why they hold thjr shape, fit better and wear longer than other makes. aPAlTTlON W. L. DoucUi name and price la tumprt! on the bottom to protect tlir wearer against lillih prlee ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

IpI1 4 t 3 1 A Complete Display of Spring CLOTHES H Jkfvk'd 0 '' ,j Aw a i 1 tr?Ai '! c .' t. 7 ' ESSJWfll rtv ttitMvw; y"5Sw!5R M. H7 -. "Jl l l t. 't S m Wk w dMP4i iilM llaSKil&E S2sJ K &pBfmtfLtMmi: Cfjc Crittcnorn liccorb'Prcs N. E. CALMES Editor and Publisher. Entered a second-class matter hehriiitry 91 ti IW at the poMothee at Marion. Kentucky under he Act of Conzress of March l One Dollor the Year in Ailvanee. The trip of the Henderson Boosters this year promises to eclipse by a long way that of last years, it will be remembered by all of our citzens what a successful event that was, and to turn out a more lively bunch of genial whole-hearted Boosters again this year the Henderson Commercial Club will hav to be "'going some." But the assurances we are receiving, all are to the effect that last years trio will be totally eclipsed this year. The Boosters will be composed th's vear of about 150 of the 1 . 'ing men of Henderson, head-y tl v'.i ""e Booster band, r.pd when...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

P IK I'' If 2C P But it is useless to create a disturbance by without them when you can got a "Hand Tailored" suit from us st $12.50 io$20.00. You frequently pay that for a hand-me-down from others. A Knll tiifh oanh kflPP. I'dl anu uaii wiiii vmvii i..xV m pants suit from 82,50 up. Mr. Forest Harris a prominent merchant and grain man of went to Henderson Monday. Mrs. G. G. Hammond was called to Emmans Sunday to attend the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. Mattie Loimk. Miss Sue Gill of Sturgis was the guest of her brother here Sunday. T. H. Cochran went to Evans-ville Sunday to return Monday. Mrs. Percy Noggle and daughter, Leona returned Sunday Uto their home in Evansville after a visit to her sister, Mrs. H. Koltinsky. B. H. Harding of Henderson, was a guest at Crittenden Hotel Sunday. Mr. A. J. Pickens is improving h!s nice home on Depot street by putting down concrete walks. Mrs. M. E. Croft is the guest of her daughter, Miss Jessie Croft, who is attending Say re institute, at Lexi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

Annie D 1 , I! prav. Genuine Surety Bond Guarantee PACKED INSIDE EACH ROLL OF CONGO ROOFING Congo ! the only Ready Roof- ing carrying the National Surety Co.'t bond. It carries with it termt and conditions that make it especially at tractive to anyone who must consider the roofing question. For 10 years you can rest eaty about your roofs it covered with 3-pl Congo, and we know that it is probable you will get com longer service out oi it. The Surety Company s i'juing these bonds, and back oi llici n their two million dollars of audi, it is a matter of keen satisfaction to us that they were willing to stand behind Congo Roofing. You are immune from any responsibility other than giving the roofingordinary care. Write to-day for samples of Congo and full information. Remember, that with every roll of Congo you get a genuine Surety Bond. Cochrane Co ing. Let every come out and 1950, toDacco grower let us reason together. Yours truly, W. B. Rankin, Chairman Co. Com -V'- 0t r sHVgi"r$r'rt...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

t fl S- 1 ITiAJBSi FSST MARION DIRECTORY. C. f. METZ TONSORIAL PARLOR. Hot and Cold Baths, Electric Massage. Hotel Crittenden, Bldg Carlisle St MARION MILLING CO. Incorporated J. H. Orme, President, D. B. Kevil, Vice Ppesident, A. M. McConnell, Manager, R I. Nunn, Sec'y.. and Treas. Capacity, 100 barrels per day. LEVI COOK Jeweler. Marion, - Kentucky. A 1 E&TAYLO Prescription Druggists School Books, Stationery MARION, KENTTCKY Prompt Delivery-Phone No 10 BOULAND & HAYNE INSURANCE Fire, life, accident, steam roiler Plate glass and Casualty. ' : '. El ll'i OFFICE. GEO. W. STONE optolmologist. Eyes Tested, Glasses fitted Most Headaches are Caused by Defective Eyesight. I Guarantee All My Work to be Exact to Test if you want see, See Me. J . Office Up Stairs in Carnahan Building, f Cor., of Main and Salem Streets Marion, ... Kentucky. JAS. H. MOORE Attorneys at Law Practice in all the Courts and Court of Appeals. Special Attention Given to Collections. ESKEW BROS Machinists and ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

.( 17 i A N0TICET0 TOBACCO GROWERS. Owing to the fact that I am too busy at the factory to give my attention to the fertilizer trade I have turned the business over to Oliver&Walker. You who have been using Virginia Daro-line Fertilizer can get the same high grade brands by calling on them. R. F. Wheeler. CHAPEL HILL W. R. ceived a very Duroc gilt from parties in neessee. Prict $50.00. grounds in tne way oi nurse shoe pinching. Mr. John James, who is work- ing for Mr. Tom Hill got his' young horse very badly cut on barb wire last week. Miss Addie Oliver, of Francis, is guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cal j Adams this week. ' Tobacco plants are plentiful in Chapel Hill, und everything is lovely for a large crop this year. Chanel Hill has a fine lot of Marion, visited Robert Barnes' ' and family Sunday. J. E. Claghorn attended i church at Marion Sunday. H. 0. Hill and wife, of Chapel Hill, visited at W G. Conditts Tuesday night. K. C. Graves and family visited M. S. Graves Sunday. Our trust...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

m M ri M r F red in the nn 2r Covington For , dating Others. h Ky.. April , ti county Ky. fnrr. ,r d guilty of conspuy m I nf trade by a jury, Mates District Coiirt . i K., to-day. solve men indicted, Muitsed by order of i)r( ucnran, anci .k . were acquitted on a ndered by the jury ,r .km. Fines ranging h '.i $1,000 were assessed lants convicted were .ive interfered with .te Commerce by in- - and persuading" W. , also a Grant county - stthdraw from tobacco consigned Hniuti market from at Dry Ridge, Ky. M.e men found guilty ont in their locality, , m. lohn S. Steers. Lester and member of wl State Legislature, lence for the Govern- ,s worked ap by IL W. . a social Dopartmenu of Ju-1 i, uidition to United us I) strut Attorney TinAjy, ilN' Attorney Ge ncrJt 1 - Jrotn 'wasnmgion, fud Suite District At- Ii Utile, at the Western district, verc also en- the side of the lh' t ochran made it plain If n Hurle Tobacco Society. vaii nation, was not a r ' i he case on trial, and . lHth Uk evidenc...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

J '" p iC IOC IOC E Henderson Boosters Coming! Wednesday, MAY THEY ARE GOMING, several hundred strong in a special train. Every business of the city will be represented and all expecting a repetition of the hearty welcome extended them last year. They are our people and as they are from a city that is rapidly coming into prominence asamanufacturingcityandsonear us, Marion and Crittenden county people are vieing with each other in preparing for them a royal welcome. To do this, we are asking the co-operation of every citizen of our town and grand old county, including the portion of Webster, Caldwell and Livingston counties who trade with us, to come to Marion on this day and join us in the welcome we are planing for the visitors. - Ever) town on the river and in the territory named should be well represented on that day. I Many of the leading business men of Tolu have expressed their intention of being here to take part in the great parade. That all visitors to our city might be ent...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

inn. ..? iWAY, YOU CAN'T INJURE IT IHOES Mufti World. UNION MADE Boys' moos 2.00 and $2.50 ,11'lHifi W I. Douglat thoe ere Ui loweat lie, quality conildered, in the world. knr rirrl'rnt trl, eat? fitUng and knf wrartnf nuaiuie eacei mmi el Ihrr make. If you have been earlne tfh pnert for your thoei.the neit time i nrJ a pair five W. L. Doug lat tho trul You can save men on your etwrar and (l hoe that are juit at in every way at tho that have ttn coitinf you higher price. If you could vltit our large factoriet I Brockton, Mai., and tee for youriell go carrfutly W, L Douglas ahoet are dr, you would then understand why key hold truh thane, fit better and Irar long r than other make. ill MO N W I. IkMita Mm and rtin 1. Ix 4 ih Uo to rMf4 lb nin islnM I . J mm w er. I . na uuil. iMciti mmm ar iwt for mi in tear Wt MulUrdrrCataiocM 5M"' caeAXJcT lcIol 6. C ..nan GOOD- rt .- Al J lb .. . twiJli C i. i twrlf. i j ji .Ct eu tim. 4ihi 'O ' i tin 1 1 . M ii iUHti lii.th.it. l( , CC 'ir 0fwSr r...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

Mmmmm i fit! iS VkW PiW A Complete Display of Spring CLOTHES If you like stylish clothing in the latest fabrics, cut on the nevw est Spring models, made to fit, and fit to wear, see our stock. They are so different that they'll suit you at once. We save you from $2 50 to $4.00 on' a suit and you get vvhat you want. BOY;, KNEE PAMTS SUITS Made like the men's and the kind that holds the bos. In oil the new uool clothes the cut-kinks that makes them so popular. The Style Saving Price home merchants, and so support ,one another, the Boosters will The trip of the Henderson . fee, that their effortI y not Boosters this year promises to; in vam eclipse by 'a long way that of Henj n he pennyrjne we last years, it will be remembered j the country (KX by all of our citzens what a sue-J the boundg of our progperity cessful event that was, and to nlv j..njpnf nn lir aum pf turn out a more lively bunch of genial whole-hearted Boosters again this year the Henderson Commercial Club will hav to be ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

V ' 1 r P CLOTHES MAY NOT MAKE THE MAN. But it is useless to create a disturbance by without them when you can got a 'Hani Tailored" suit from u3 3t $12.50 to$20 00 You frequently pay that for a hand-me-down from others. at and ball with each knee n,uits suit from $2.50 no. -. i.-Cri"l& 1 I -.rest Harris a prominent f and grain man of To- i to Henderson Monday. "r d t). Hammond was i t I ''.Miliums Sunday to at- Ko bedside of hor M Mattie Iifink. M ss ic (lill of Sturgis was t i est of her brother here f ii ( ochran went to S jiulav to return Monday. Mrs IVrcy Noggle and U' U'ona reiurneu aunuay .10 hor ! mne in Kvansville after s ui ner sister, mrs. 11. it 'iSKJ. 15 !i Harding of Henderson. kis a guest at Crittenden Hotel ii.U M' .1. Pickens is 't "s nice home on Dejxit 'Iin putting down concrete M E. Croft is the guest r tlitighler, Miss Jessie vli is attending Say re ' at and has Mrs. William Harnett and , daughter, Miss Katie of Tolu, were in the city last week cni route to ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

J? fe ,- r ! Dear Friend: s you are looking for the cjd reliable standard hor.es to breed to this season, and 1 knov your judgment is the best in this I will stand t my stables during the season of 1910. the following well bred and i own stock, as a stand ird of excellence. CHESTER DENMARK 1950, This fine horse was sired by Washington Denmark No. 641, he by Gainer Denmark No. 61. his dam was Annie D. No. 4024, she by Barbon King No. 1746. Chester Denmark is a bay and scores 84 points, foaled June 7th, 1903, and registered: in the American Roadster Register Vol. II, by J. H. Campbell on March 17th, 1908. KING ECLIPSE 5803. King Eclipse is a brown, hind feet whi e, foaled April 10, 1905; bred by C. A. Jordan. Gibson, 111.; got by Hick Gold-dust, 4593, son of Hickory Joe 4592, by Bean's Hickory Boy 4169, son of Hickory Roy 1107, by Neal Dow 1106 son o' Lightfoot 1105, by Black Hawk 20, dam Pearl, bay, bred by C. A. Jordon, got by Agitator, son of Gov. Sprague; 2nd dam Fleetmont, gray, ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

IARION DIRECTORY. C. E. METZK TONSOIUAL PARLOR. In AvY Cold Baths, Elrctrio MASSAGIv L ( IUTTK.NDKN, HldR CAIll.lHt.K ST MARION MILLING. CO. iM'OHrOHATKI) I II OllMK, PlltrMIPBNT, i T hi ML, VlCK IPC8IUBNT. l MlCOSNBI.I., MANAUKK, L I SINS SEC'Y.. ANDTHKAH. i, 100 liAKKBiJi vr.n iiay. LEVI COOK jbwei.i?k. Kentucky. A 1 E&TAYLO Iu m kiition Druggists l(Hui' IJOUKM, IHI0N, KENTTCKY S(,mit DELIVERY-PHONE No 10 01 LAND & HA.YNE INSURANCE KI ir A( l nir.Am nuu.r.n I 1,1 ass and Casualty. (1 U't OFFICE. GtO. W. STONE olTOLMOLOGIST. I I IfSTBH, GLASSES FITTED " winches nro Causidby Defect- y ght I Guarantee All My N' Exact to Test If you want se Hf Mc. air m Carnahan Building, f Main and Salem Streets Kentucky. JAS II. MOORE Attorneys at Law Ta ' , - a" the Courts and Court of Lf special Attention Given to tllfction. tSKEW BROS UUIIV18T8 AND Pl.UMHKRS TValcra In N " Mnehlrnrv. Pipe ifll" t F'Mi"ir, IMtinir, Parking, la ' etc nr J. 1. a-i rrxk Saw Mill and Threshing Machinery. M. CO...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 21 April 1910

1, .,,. v . 4 WE WILL GIVE AWAY ADQAI IITCI BDITir i i A ej ONE CHEAP KATES. On account of spring race meeting New Louisville Jockey Club, Louisville, Kyv May to June 4th. For the above occasion the I. C. will sell excursion tickets to Louisville, Ky,, and return under the following conditions: Date of sale, May 9 and 10th, Rate 1 1-3 fare plus 25cts, Limit June 5th, 1910; Date May 10th, rate 1 fare plus 25cts, limit May 11, 1910; Date May 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28, 30, June 2, 4, rate 1 1-3 fare plus 25cts, Limit two days after date of sale, Exception-Round trip rate from Owensboro, Ky., $4.25. Transit Limit-Tickets must be limited to continuous passage in each direction. W, L. Venner. NOTICE TO TOBACCO GROWERS Owing to the fact that I am too busy at the factory to give my attention to the fertilizer trade I have turned the business over to Oliver&Walker. You who have been using Virginia Daro-line Fertilizer can get the same high grade brands by calling on them. R. F. Wheeler. CHA...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 28 April 1910

lUlHlinil UIW'J """'UJ "' osst'ssnrs ol the Largesl Owl ,r :ii itiT dl V Ki ' V 1 Ivisr nrre tlie V e I (1 o n-H i n a ( nmiiany first .iii owl they vtiat Kind of an ,, tl paid for ,. . st or failed to owl ant) the owl it. the lirst answer to tlielr Pui not discounted and , fill well the value of w k ml.ertiseu lorn an r Horned owl, which success, as Monday, of Crooked Crook thorn one of the largcwt .uls ever seen in this iirro wiin i- unu" is(.' he bnmd of calico A i,... ..mic iamrht in n li kiin "" -..- lMJv ml way. omparnig in & I. tt... itnlieiluJ Rood he . .-s.,,,1 "Tin. Owl a il"u"'"'' II. H 11 CAPTURE , rt discovered the owl 'lilHT Ol Kivwii in u 'n arm uuvnw um . U whole hunch and ,r rum the effort of the I; r vl uic ui;njiiiiin 1 . i they foil to the j where upon his faithful st id m to take .a hand ich druu ufT the timid crows. . and dog al 8coengagod h..iriv fitrht in -winch the W.iS ihe ..',. closed hit eyes as if ai. . .i...41 thn rmurenutusMi mm ng back for another...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 28 April 1910

K ff For JmmSrZSK Oh, my how cool those fans do koep you. Buy them of Fohs. Fohs. Our friend, T. J. Yandell, Cashier of the the Marion Bank, had planned a fishing trip for last week that was abandoned in consequence of the heavy rains and snow storms. fc near future expect to be putting out an increased tonage of fluor James Kevil of Sikeston, Mo., who has been the guest of his father, JuBge Kevil the past week, returned home Sunday. i Mrs. James Henry Misses' Mattie and Minnie Henry went to Fredonia to spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bennett Manager of Mines W. H. Cunningham went to JPaducah Sun day with Mr. Riker to look after) the interests of the West Kentucky Coaf Co. The Company under the splendid management of Mr. Cunningham are running their two colliers at Sturgis and three at Wheatcroft every day and putting out the greatest ton-age in the history of coal mining of the county. This company is giving work to a vast number of employes with a pay roll aggregating eighteen ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 28 April 1910

Commissioner's Sale I . IlvJ. li- IA M.i I: i i M U th. , ' thi 2s Isii at the ( to the life' I" OK WHEN YOU LEAVE HOME e ' DETERMINED TO BUY WW o THE NEW STORE let tho dealer who handles some inferior preparation, talk FOR LOW PRICES ! into buying that "jurt as food" kind, which so often proves Don't you unsatisfactory. Insist on having the MADE TO WALK ON" nd The kind that won't fad whn exposed to sunlight The kind with that Finish that outshines and outwears all others. It's for FLOORS, FURNITURE, AND ALL OTHER IN- TERIOR WOODWORK, in all natural wood colors, for SALE BY OLIVE L WALKER . Vifr . ( IKTUIT KKNTUCKY. n ss Adm'rof li NHY. . Plaintiff ( amst rf XNAHYCL al. fendent ui Cmcurr KENTUCKY. 1 "r'T, I'laintiir amst I'lNSON. et. al '' ,',rdent C'OUIIT Equity. ma of n Judgment audi ' beginning. ii purchase price the i with approved mi unties, must execute iie.irmg legjd interest day of sale until paid, a 'g the force and etTect i Bidders will be u.i'.il to comply promptly ' term...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 28 April 1910

s. - 'PVJ ry' lEi M a2m 2h sfzM have y t U.i.jiht one! it . o . His cha.icis a i y u ti e 2 thlnku.g ol doi so, you'.l -;.i ! "t c j) . buj, Li .... .tii . IT Will : i.) :: ;:u r,:.to tl I 1. ... i fjMfi I JI UlIV.H; J IIVM t, able to bliow you the complete slock select trom. llViiH. to y K J"if . r"V m? T A aalaflPV " m v"-"" fv 1 V t ,? T3 A i' 4ffil f Tf KS- A J?- rl nmkmmm The Crtttrnbni tircoib.Prefi' N. E. CALME. EJit.M x- J n ,bdr. i Ve,i m A v.i, c. Amino nin fm ham, Alabama, on L.. -. ..1 w.iusj1 the los: iC' .11 Juh i . ajo Hon. W. J. D. j'J was 1 j.j,i to the Unite RtA" Dave Fob i w' 1 f by hi nself w!i i :t m ns to decorating. H Iihs made preparations for beautif.illy dec orating the speakers stand. There is renewed interest in fiuor spar circles and from the new mills and improved machinery being put in it is safe to say the out put this year will greatly exceed that of any year in the history of the county. There is no form of publicity that is so directly beneficial t...

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