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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 June 1891

LOCAL IlilRVITIES UPADQUARTERS tor WHITE NEW HOME SEWING iyiAjmrato Itnv a iuht running inucnino aim in 11 n other Wo any hrg stock of machines ami all kinds ol repairs such as needles bels shut tles etc REMEMBER w nre agents for the WHITE uurt NEW HOME sowing machines Ji you want your micliinc rrpiind nil on UKIDKH CHIDKIt Marlon Ky A roI buggy for saleSchwab Still selling doors mid sash below cost Schwab A lot of nicoctnvasccd ham at J N Woods Sco licrce V 8on for prices on clover hullcrs Sam iugenheim is cIlinK cloth injj chearcr than ever Windows and doora a speciality at S 1 Hodges Salem Ky Buy the White sowing machine For salo by Cridcr Cridcr Fun 8 u ten horso power 1 A If engine cci a - Hay Tress lor aalo at a bar gain licrce k Son II you need anything in the ma chine line 1 S lMlel k Co has it Buy the Now Ikmo sewing mi chine For aalo by t ruler A un der All kind ol finiihing lumber furnished on short notice II Koltinsky lWtloin i UiM A Co have loU ot pumps The best and the...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 June 1891

7 jMi k fc - I lS i IT S R kJ A y 14 A nOMEMAtiK svri Aorrcs as a comb guide and we set the comna unlit jut where we want them opDAln station to ascertain the compara tivofoNS in corn fold t when lirenoivei in tho silo or by tho ordinary mi th 1 ol coring In the field tho nan In of Um trials daring a ierlo1 of three jeara ap pear to bo narrowed down to thir The loss of food material in cither system f Tery cowieleraLle and shown that den cannot be preserved by any method v bow known without their deteriorating IsTalnc In tho fodder corn na It U cut in the fall there is a certain quantity of food elements that may be preserved in a sue cnlent stato iu tho silo or cured und feel to cattlo as dry fodder In either case j An equal tjattntlty of tho rood material Is destroyed on an avcrago ubouf one flfth This loas being wjnal In either case tlio qaention of which method ol preserving fodder corn to adopt lecomwi one of convenience and economy of feci Thoraloe of thee feeding stuffs wjy A...

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 September 1891

i V 1T Vl L III 13 fll Jim JLi rrIliMiil Acrldciit on ho West rn Niii tli Ciiiiillim Itnuil A rassonger Tiain Goes Through a Hrldgu Hlffhty Fcot Hili About Twenty Pooplo KlllotJ tviul Mnny Injurotl llm Mud Dliiwltiitit IUIIiiiiI CnUmll ln Ihr lllloi of llir 011 NhIIi hliilii CiiumiI Uf Niiiiitliir Italia IUI nl I lie Irllma 4n Iur Iltittait I1 ellr lliWII to IKiiJilo oil S Aim M li MI ii i m V -Tin Lvury rlintybM man Iiowon r know illMiluma rnllr 1 trdln known mtt w wlrly tv ry otlllr olu of tl0 rtttcrnlt y In thu liuiory of Mitth Carolltm no- mid a niimlnT of tlm Iniiu miUliitf mi Ilirnil on tho Wt rn North Cnrolliut j iler thu ttiiNcof lioiimt timU re um riiilly rtllrnnil two uilhti wirt of thU phico iiothliu out fonnii for tho rooulot of ho wrock iiwui orliuw illwlt nco tint 7f r i T n ii i ln IJni hIihe for ntnli iri wliirh two nil it nl hlntwrtll llht hW vw um unituri liy thu tiro rait m ihtj L wi u Many MilPuMiihi nt im yi nr ml when tin of tluAihulllliivtuiiiretiinitiirffrvm ...

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 September 1891

rw I t t i 1 if l ft I ipHHPlil9l PffW t NEW GOODS AND NEW FIRM COME AND SEE US The Crittenden Press 1SSUEDWEEKLY R C Walker Publisher Congratulations to Gov Brown Faducah will have a stock show ond races Oct 1 J 15 and 10th The Tennessee Legislature is try ing to settlo tho convict question Mr Iltadley Gov Browns Secretary native of Web retary of State is a ster county Campbell and McKinlcy tho two champions ot the Ohio campaign are to meet on the stump It seems to be conceded by all that Crittenden county cannot or will not support a fair Tho Census Commissioner has fig ured tho exact number ot pcoplo in this country to be C2C22260 At a meeting of tho Democratic Stato Comraittco of Indiana it was dovoloped that that body was for Cleveland as the standard bearer of 92 Mr Harrison has announced it is said that he will not bo a candidate lor tho Republican nomination next year provided Mr Blaino wants the honor It is a case of got ont of the way or be crushed Tho Constitutional Conve...

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

o I There is no uso to bring in your fruit jus half dry rs I will nat take it at any prico I cannot banile it 1 want all your fruit if dry an4 will pay you tho highest markot price lo it ia cub Schwab WfflSSSs Bring in your fruit and get more value for the money tnan any WANTED 10000 Bushels wheat Will pay the highest market JR CLARK SON CRIDER CRIDER Smoke ourtpecial cigar lloann Try tho Spotted Leopard cigar at Hcarins The Marion Mills runs now ou bet Tho Town Ball cigir ia a dandy Hcanu has it Tho best wheat Drill inado aro sold by Pcrco k Son Josh Billings is a good one Hfiirin sells thitn A good many schools begin busi ngs Monday Some fine junnclti wanted L S Loffel A Co Your special attention is called to our doublo geared water elevators Lcffel k Co Tho Full Spinuh cigar is a dandy Try one llearin Tho Dark Horso cigar is hard to beit Call at llcanns Jluy harness oil Irom licrco A Son Before you finish tint cistorn you should sco our iron cistorn top Leflcl A Co Special prices...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 September 1891

I r Raws tJ Simm PcilntK Almllt Iullcil Viml Tulled wool is tho nanio that is given to tho wool that is pnlled from tho skin or pelt of tho slaughtered animal The unwashed wool pulled from tho carcass of a dead animal Is distinguished as dead pulled wool Tew farmers or thcpheids are aware of thclarge amount of this de cription of wool produced und manufactured in this country or of the fact that In the manufacture of cer tain goods the result attained by their use cannot bo produced by ony other kinds Of purled wools it Is fcaid stocks In tho leading maikets aro nt this time unusually light andmanufactuiers nro linding it diflleult to obtain u supply According to liradatreets wo ure al most entirely dependent for wools of this description on our own production as our imputations of tliem nto very Email tho majority of theso coining in on tho ukliis in which condition their alue is a secondary and not a primary consideration Pullers tinco the first of the year have been kept unusuall...

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

J l 1 IK WV nM I THE GLUTEN IN WHEAT lnrHiltliilift ll tttr rtl the tlllltrtl unit Slimli In Vtliliiu Sull Tho relative proportion between tlio gluten ntnl Ptnrcli JiiTcM in ilitTerent countrlcM nml nlm un ililTi reit MN but the gluten being v Inr tho more vnlunblo of the two any slight in its percenttgo wottM grcitly imptova the wlietit Our wheats have tho repu tation of io pint gluten in largo pro portions iinil tninnnypntsof tho world they lire hiiirIiI eagerly for FieJ Hut explains American Cultivitor ii great tloiil of this Iml been duo to the fact thnt the wheat has been grown on the virgin noil of tho northwest where the rich nitrogenous matter has been collecting for centuries Wheat grown upon the virgin soil of thi country is eo much SHjxjjior to that of many other countries that 100 tiounils of it will cu further to sustnin the ctren ithof workinginen than 150 pounds of wheat from Australia anil other countries Tho object of cultivating wheat then Is to ineruaMO the quanti...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 September 1891

ILEII fivi i1 jDJ jij Jletivccn Cuiiioriitltnis Mnrliiil loJntoll Wealth I In Which Many Millions of lars nro involved i tli Wnlrn tJnloii 1 rliitli Cnmpitnf In lliih llir hull Aculiikl Ihn Alnrr ran 1111 li lrtliin imiiuii fnr u INr I IIiim of Hi llrrfliU nt llini nnirru for IVrlnlit fiinrrlifn Nl w Yoiik fHiit 7 World niys thn Wiiitf rn Union IVlprnjih uiiiiatiy I unci tho AitiiTicjin Ikill Tihiihon cun jwtiy ure aboul to rnmru in a liil hat tlr in which nilllion of dollnni urn In volved Dy an arraipjiitit Uttwini tho ivn crjiorit Ion tit tlnijh torn ivtti vfitK to nrilvo l i vi ii ut of tho rwllit of tint tlriiono coinuiuy for c italn concuilniM In lUAl tho Wuttrnti Union diiiivrrrl that certain ntlitH were not tihjrotil ti Uh Iur wnt diJiutlnn it irtt on notion fnr nu nriomitin unolvin tvi0 o jxiWllKO Tho Milt by tho Wtutvm Ililoti wrn licirtin In tho Liitl MiiU H court for tho 11 I Ulct of MauiliuutU mi1 JiiiIko Ml ikon fiiNliitil ix luilji iMt II a nfiTt to Imir thi v lilwuv J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 September 1891

I I II If I U nroi n A biro 11 Ij 11 jii f JlclHceii CorioriitioiiH Hacked by Untold Wcallli I In Which Mnny MlllloiiBof Dol It lirs are Involvod th Uitrn tliilun Irlit rapli Cniniutnr lit lltiain llir hull citliiil llin mn IUII Ii Ii pliiinii iiiimiii for n I linn or Ihr llrlU tf 11ml Cuirrrii for rrtulu riiurtiii Niw YoiiK St tt 7 World mv tlin cHtrrn Union IoIvrnili compiiiy i mid tho Amcriaiu Dull Tchldiotie com- Juiiiv lire uboiU to riiuuii In it U nitl lint tic in which million of ilolliirn urn in volved By mi itrrarKiiit botwwn tho two i1ijiiritiiii thi com Irtiiy wrw to nt ivo - vt nit of tho nTriilit of tl t Iciihoiio roinikiuy for cutaln rouciMKliinn In ls ct tho Y intend Inioii dliiviTfil nat ciTtiiiii nw w not iieoti to th W r cat di duclini mid U pn 7fllicUr1l 1 0 UiiUO Suli null court for the ill txict oi MnMutcliutctU und Juduo 1 Mill mtlKJlUU tX ilUlLTf LrflMl in n1 mi iii mtir uio i iayico itmgu ijwdi innili hi rtiurt fw iiionth lit1 dccldi d tlmt tho Wtrtt ru Iulon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 September 1891

n j t ri ti lit kk -- T ggf ww iiiwi Atf0iiHiiiaifCfejrniT JH L i mwmnjunnyfevrmmx wmminmuimtnmMMmmmtt jW immm l iM i i il - J - i S -vi - n rirf i i tor rnP vtp i i t s i i i j r i i i t I 1 I I j i vv i jl jl v JL w m m a m in a sm w v - - - - - - w BBBF m k - mmtmmm - r ml v 1JViir Vf J V 1 n 4 eooie - - - - n MT x fc mmmmwmmmmmimmmmmimmmimmm mmmmwamm aMBaMMMMMa When to town ilont fail to in FOR I n l M lu Your you come come ylavp just received iiK oi me wim and net pricw on our lines of DRY GOODS DRIED FRUITS BOOTS SHOES Clothing d Hats Ami Ot The NY- A- HEADQUARTERS j TOWN IN For we h 4e the IAKirST 1JKST scllini low that Me DEFY I CHKAlMvST line ever hrou ht Iut li t l t ur prices i i v ti thiiiij which we are so Market Price For It coMrirrrnox Highest to Marion Kild in m 1 J rfmSt iv NEW GOODS AND NEW FIRM Respectfully MOORE DONAKEY COME AND SEE US The Crittenden Press ISUEDWEKKLY R C Walker Publisher The American hog can now go to Germany The educated Chincso class de mand t...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 September 1891

MlMlMhiwiitn ii ii iTf iffilTiwihtniwimnii Visaimmt FjEjMsMawaEEMaaaaTist gjMaMaMaj ljetqet so n M Itras B E ssaa 8 kS aV I M s PP5 v GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY xriviftiirnrrTEvJArrnvEcncitaenMCHei Urn bUtlUd tirarTtaTt T S a IP WS iliiing Clothing 9 BOOTS AND SHOES hA AND HATS AND niRNISKiNfi GOODS Si S For Big crs Our Prices Wo have 1 iM am wl Cannot be All the We are closing out at ITXtfH ttJIU i i J j a Unheard of Prices rrhMtAlt ES 0 Little Boys Jll Beat Latest styles unaaEJWissssxisxsst rmjottwnMViz3MaswsieaaElamfesm Bring in your fruit aiyi get more value for the money than any one else can or will give you LOCAL NKWS Shaws prints arc 51 stylo The Morion Mills runa now ou oil Tho best wheat Driiu initio arr cold by Perco V Son Hic tho now lino of jiiighnms at Hliawd Homo fmojcnnttu wmted L S Leffel k Co Your speciil nttorttion is oilled to our tloublo geared water elevators Loflbl k Co Buy harness oil Irom 1ictco V Son Dwollw houw to sell rent or give tl away Schwab At my obi stand i...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 September 1891

IrV I A r U i V r r Net er the the old dy vho cmo a too to bM bsd gh iv - w f nit -v 1 - A mfcHHMEf T11K WORLDS FAIR Coihmnh to lie AnUlmI lor ti Hit Appropriation I lilrio 1ih1UImI 1 1 Mil Olio hut mhiiU 7000000 llntf MiUrlr l I- ul Jim klrKmulc lroiirl Out Chicago Sept 2 Congress is to bo nskid to lonn the Wotl Is bian Eposition fftOOOOOO at leaftTne adanco so for is u liilf pcnny and nerLa s S7000000 Tint is the decision of the National Commission ers anu tne uinciurs n giving tbcro str ng moral support For twodnjs a tpccial committee has been holding scstins discussing the best policy to pursue in getting the lean This committee iscrni posed ol Oer St Clair of West Vh ginia and 0 V Mossey of Dee ware both influential members of the National Commission Director General Davis and D rectors Gage Uaker and Jflery All are agreed that Coneress ouelit to make the loan but Low to get it is the questn n now undor dcussion Many of the members declaro that Congress should moke an outright ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 September 1891

L A DENSE FOG Jhp Arizona Col s itl an riikiiowii VosmI I Not n Cry from tho Lnttar8 Docku i3 Shu Ditnonr lllnl r Co nt n Imilr Siiniiijr llm Plrrilii ritpiitrr of Hit litritim l my uf UIiiiiii 1iwriMl t li Witacl Uonlil Slnh Mlliuiiiti Mi VVu Si I Hrlullljr Dillnnijiil V Mjliy uf tin UurtM ToxiN Htfiit II The Onion fifSPllj jSstff W V W 1fcH SELL YOUR f YOUR- OMMB rro THH Tradcwatcr Lumber Company Tradewater Lumber Company YOMJiMEAH MARION CHITTENDEN 0OUNTY KENTUCKY SEPT 17 IS9I NUMBER 3 rtr tiiiitLIp Aritmiii left New York nt II jiorta to tho state department tlmt them n in tn Htpt 1 and iirrlx nl in re nt fl i very Jlttln puro beaten bread oaten n in isiitiduy Passengers who landed by the middle md luxvor classes In thlsstory many Tho Mall of llf forthtinojorlty Hetxvt en midnight ainl 1 a in on nf Hennam U black imvwl cmistiiu of frVpn fi ti Arisons wia by J a mlxturoiif ryonml an inferior quality tleiso tog Their xxiis it light xvind nf whoat and thu consumption of this is from...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 September 1891

in fer if I la I Hia r - The Crittenden Press JSSUDHKLr R C Walker Publisher The Cotietituiiotal Convfntion holds on and on A G A It port has been organ izoa at Princeton Newport JlbcyJe Island went Democratic Ian vtck A Michigan prescber is on trial lor enterins hi hore in the races Tie pentltnti a Franliort are no sactisc tnctly to prtniniar ex erciH Did Hit iiiat Txn daoe of the sev cftinctsripn rtrn cashier The san bo bpy schoM booVs without rrnEblias li n oddity He dont live in thi county The road overseers tf the county are following the Pntsa advice they are working their road Our distinguished neighbor the Monitor has heard nothing about the Paducah pout office affair The Constitutional Convention says all convicts must be worked in side the penitentiary walls Amen The Clinton Democrat hears that Hon Oscar Turner will be in the Congressional race in this district next year According to the census reports Kansas has a mortgage debt of 23o48ol08 twentj ueven per cent of the va...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 September 1891

r ATTEHTION LOCAL iNKWK Mmw prints are 1 stylus I he Marion Milln runs now you bet Tho best wheat Drill undo aro sold by 1iorce k Son iSoe the now lineofginghnniB at Mmws mr sitciil attention is called to i ur d ublo gun red uitr olovntora LcirulA Go Buy harness oil Irom liotce k Son At nv oM otaiitl in Marion Mills J IriH All kinds of Dry Goods at rlt IllhcilllH J H McNeoly begin Mhool nt M Iwy thr Wth II jou need an mchin bolts c hir tin m Ltrni A Co fMriwV Shaws for staple cr iin y ilry pid Miiw 1ms the bust lino of wrk xhirU in thodty u will H1VO moiier by buying rl vcr ttnnthy nail rt tap cod of fcUib Clothing ftl lower prioo than m win re nt GuEOiiheims Xew Ginjrhiuns and Cnlico i vr ulimiiiimhi a l all the plank side walks in Ms ri n were burned thrt would be fW r skuued chins I In nobbiest Clothing in tho i uniy n i Gugonhciins j n John n Kchola has boon tna l ieneral Managsr of tho Ohio al ry rsilrotd dot Cuavrss and sos his now dr -1 KiodnilKtilprlco8 They rc very chojp Sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 September 1891

j9Vk r iil i r i t 4 In an r out of but into tied Ai0 in ffSWf ntaA TjijYy - wwpwwwO mmia imwtmmiaitmm Appatlta f Yoraalaaa Baa In a water trough In front of HulllvMjt hotel on Chelton avenu Oerinnnlown tiero la n Muck Uiaa tlmt has attructcJ the attention of hunilrtdi J jnoplu Uv oausu of Uln poculiarltloi and Uiu il puree of intelllftcnM eihibttud oa uinuy ociu rions Tito fish la tlij only ituuuUi of the trough am boa occupied tt for two yuan to tho eicluskm of 200 othora which had been put In It for jirojviziirkm purim Imt tho bua killed tlieiu ono by mu un til tho entire numW hml fnlltii vietimi to his voracity 11b not only killed thu fish but nto them Iiu swallows lllm by tho dozen which tho boys of tho neighborhood giithcr for him nud tho more they gie him thu better hu iiiirecliit 8 them Ho Is fa I ulmost daily on chert lobsters Hud rholco beefateuk and ufttT he rtvehM his morning compliment of the hitter he rises to thu MirfiiLo mid nlulns thu water furiously with his tail T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 September 1891

FIGHTING WITH DYNAMITE f liiiiltlll llllluiilra I niil Ounce Uatlllng iillli lminci i IouisMLlr IVpt 10 A rtAdwiy lltflit on Hit tJtltskirl of tliu city which jia Utii In progress for a week iwiehisl n crisis Uildty iiiornlim dynnmlt blti fiujiloytxl by one ol tliu opikinlny fac tious A taut n vir ngu th nty ftf Lnulsvlllo oKiiiil up n new hottletnrd In the KOiithiin purt of thu city ohtiiiiiiuf tlm riKht of way fin a Hirtiou of it fiotu V V Thomson n millionaire laiil owner Thn cmitidi ration win Hint tlm city should till up u InrRP ljnd i 1j iu lue tho road lMiuiuim to Thompson I ho illy Hi not lulllll lie rontrnt t and tho mlllloiiilro retaliated b plowing sev eral trenches In the botiloturd iiuUin It linpnamblo to tho farintr who onma to tliu city by that tlioroiitfhfnre Tim latter thou loo up tlo lilit nml for AiV ral ilityf tlu y liAV o li u filling rip tho dlteliu inff by Tlutiipjii Tho lnttcr mployol a foroo of twruty men nul m mkiii w tlut fnnuera fllliil up ono trench In 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. — 24 September 1891

nogroeSwcre ufraiil to go to work for fear the whites would do them bodily harm Ilaydon has returned to his position but since last Satur day nothing has been dono in tho way of work The ininos mo now guarded by arulcd mon who aro looking after tho interests of tho company What will be tVo out corno no one can tell though it is generally believed that tint trouble will bo adjusted and that very soon tho company will bo gitting cut coal us usual n i j frti COUX lY CORRKSlON I1 NCU trtlonit Mis Muppc Matchen nnd Shelly Hdred of Irineetm and Mioses Ada Wison E la Bl tck Ida Uui nnd Dies liu of Bethlehem attended church Lore iiundny night Dan Browning 13 drumrain ana some say 1 miking chin mueic fo our uuic toucher he vra at churcn Sundiy night lahlon Liwry D H Fergcron and oi II C Jlice went to Princeton Mon day Jacobs Deboe will fell you lard bacon and fliur at jirices to suit the times YiI swap you anything they keep in stock for cash Call and see them You can buy sugar cheaper frcm ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 September 1891

t f r 4 S I ISIW c I m ir lVit 9 - buv find in mmmmmm LOCAL M Shaws prints iv 01 vl The beat win tit Dull made sire gold by 1iorco Si Son Sci the now linoofginghtuiis at Shaws mir spool il attention is cillod to our double geared wutir elevators Iifibl Si Co ltjy harness oil Iroiu Picico k Son My boot anil iliof are the best All Kiml of Dry CJooda nt iTiilifiins II yu Jicol any mteliine IkiU vt hive iIumu IiUrrui Si IV Slyw fur sUplo or I iinv lry tols slttiw 1ms tho biL lino of wmli ItirUs in the cilv ouwll BiV tiMiiiey by buying cl vcr luiDtlij runt roil t p hl ol luthingnt lower price than uisuhriv nt Gticnlioi ms New iinghnms and Cnlicon it lurtthchns Pin uobbimt Clothing in the iUit is nt itigonheinis 1 1 i t Uumtron ami mo liia now Ir KfwUnwl Kt bis prices Thfy ore very clieip Sirciiil ptto will bo Kivon crtb uf tbroe gr moMOtl wtlli htnol A Co liont buy a cheup boot or ihoo ml r xprct it to vtnr nil whtat buy iiOl once 1 II VuotU Imj ihim intoShnws for spun thrrad ftrprt worp...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 September 1891

fe hi tr r nx ARDEH 1 m4jFXi5K S7t w J8SL DEE BONNETS AND HATS Face and Heart Protection from I KeTrral Model Illiulrittetl I Host beekeepers make uso of veils or J other protection when working in the apiary Tho necessity for nsiiij tlieso will however depend very largely upon the race of bees kept If they are rrn tioxMiT nrn veh looted puro Italians gentlo nml Rood boney gatherers tho head protection will sot require to bo nsed very often if wo axcect sliakim 01T comb bst if n it the case with a jrreat runny beekeepers the bees are hybrids or perhaps hin littlo dash of Cj prian or Jlolyland blixxl monctbem a veil will be qulto indis pensable ut least n part of tho time There is great difference among nplarl nna as to what kind of facing is best for rells Somo prefer wire cloth others an oval glass front others again use bras Bels netting la the first cut is Fhown a boo bonnet tvith a facing of wire cloth also a bee Veil with haircloth netting front The first is simply an old bonne...

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