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

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS PUBLISHED WEEKLY MARTOV i KENTUCKY I WEEKS RECORD All tho News of the Past Seven Days Condensed HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of tho Industrial Field Personal ami Political Items Happenings at Homo ami Abroad THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD DOlIKSsTlC At the winter quarters of llingllng Brothers circus in Baraboo Wis n baby elephant was born the first hap pening of the kind lu the United States Tho French liner LAquitanc with Sarah Bernhardt the actress on board arrived in New York George Putnam was executed tit Fol snni Cal for the nuirdor of a fellow convict named John Shocrs The 10th wns the one hundredth an niversary of the meeting of the first congress in Washington Tho battleship Kentucky has been ordered to Sin ma to collect 10000 from Turkey Leonard M Nash of Btadford Pa jv freshman at Princeton attempted to climb a water tower but fell 110 feet and was killed Tho annual report of ex President San ford B Dole governor of Hawaii says tho total valuation of real...

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 November 1900

- curled down WALLINGFOHD low lines of mountains whose sides were emerald hucd in spring and summer thousand tinted in autumn and hoary white in winter slept Slumber had been the order of day and night for al most Ms years unceasing but in the early fifties restless mortals from hives of industry in the great city faraway to thu south fast covetous eyes on the little stream Otter creek whose only real purpose In life almost anyone could have seen was to lave the peb bles that lay In its bed and to help dame nature when her spring primping up period was on to look still fresher still wore beautiful Nestles mortals not having even a speaking acquaintance with dame na ture bnw only the natural waterfall whose power they longed to harness and from coveting they worked them selves up to a pitch of mad enthusiasm which ns must necessarily follow with Mich creatures culminated in action Like a troupe of mischievous school boys restless mortals romped about the hitherto peaceful valley till...

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 November 1900

tywqyi fces R 0 WALKER OKX TUB Publisher OXX HOLLAS In an intorviow Senator Henry M Toller soys he does not intond to nbnndon the silver question bo causo of the result of tho recent oloctions With an incroaso of two thous and in hor population Crittondon has something to show for tho past ton years and if our miuornl ro sourcos moasuro up to prosont in dications tho next ton years will find twonty thousand or more poo plo hero Thoro is in this town a philoso pher who keeps a saloon says tho Control City Republican When a man asks for crodit at his placo ho is mot by tho following pleas ant though positive statomont My friend I know nothing hero that is nocossary for you to havo Tho truck 1 soil will neither food dlotho nor send you to school I cannot crodit you A Louisvillo papor statos that stato senator Wallaoo Jones of Barron county is a candidato for United States marshal and is counting upon tho endorsement of Sonator Doboe That papor has probably not heard that Mr W B Yandoll...

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 November 1900

- v J 1 mmxmmimmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmMWm The Thanksgiving Dinner 1 xoiDlxu1r Should be composed of the best things on the market and for the Choicest Most Delicious Supplies go to H M H IBBd HBHHfH hHH HmhV 9 If you dont believe he has everything you need just look over this Bill of Fare FRESH OYSTERS WEINER WURST PICKLED PIGS FEET BaLOGNA SAUSAGE GAME OF ALL KINDS SWISS CHEESE FISH CRANBERRIES LIGHT BREAD EVAPORATED PEACHES COCOA NUTS CELERY PRUNES CAKES PIES BANANAS FLORIDA ORANGES LEMONS PINEAPPLES PEARS APPLES GRAPES DATES FINE CANDIES We Run a First Class Restaurant Goods Delivered to any Part of the City The CITY RESTAURANT W H COPHER MANAGER o ocKKooKHo FRESH OYSTERS Fried 30 cents per dozen Raw 25 By the Quart 50 cents it 55 hZ r ji I I - - - iftaesflu R 0 WALKER - Publisher LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs A M Hoarin is quito sick Dr T A FraBorwas in Morgnn field this weok Mre Davo Woods is tho guest of friends nt Chicago Wo nro glnd to note that Mr J B Gxissom is rocovoring GQLyoiirWanbbrr...

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 November 1900

Reas0nf0r HhANKSGIVING it I r WA1 a4fJ vrz VVV Thnnksc V tlI Will I reckon I oun show u Ilrst elnss rca ton Why till house hold baby wife mil mc and even our old dot Bhoulil thank Uoii for all Ills soodnes In a roiiK of proline thla enfcon Though my Ronrul deposition la to grum ble like a Iiok For If ever mnn Imd special causo to hold celobrntlon Of TlmnkiBlMn ln his heart o hearts that very man li me If youll Uteri for a moment to a word of explanation I am lire that when my tnlo youve heard to this ou will agree Though for years Ive been a member of n church yet Im confessln That my vicious wicked temper ard fault Unci In spoiled my life It Ims turned to bitter sorrow days that should have proved a blessln And has marked deep lines of care upon the brow of my dear wife Bhe has hoped and pruyid and waited while sho patiently expected That some day her prayer of faith would brlnK an answer from above And at last In Gods own tlmo and way the change has been effected For my heart lost...

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 November 1900

Li il III Sheriff Freeman of Lincoln County Col Replies to District At torney McAllister LE6AL PROCEEDINGS WOULD BE FUTILE Not liixtlfyliiK lie Act He Mnyn lie Will Not Involve Lincoln Comity In Ncnllcnn nml KrtiitlrnM lltlKntlou Axnlnxt Km Own Cltl nillii Nil lnlltlra Invnlveil Denver Col Nov Th Kooky Mountain Nrvvs prints the reply of Sheriff Freeman of Lincoln county to the letter of District Attorney Mc Allister of Colorado Spring Col con cerning the prosecution of the per sons who burned the negro murderer Ireston Porter nt the stake at Llinon Col recently Victim o MIhiiIiipoiI Coiiflilcitrr After telling of how he was influ enced into taking Porter from Den ver to Union upon the assurance of leading citizens of Lincoln county that lie would he allowed to pass through Union unmolested to Hugo where lie would be permitted to place Porter in the county jail Shcritl Freeman declares that it would be im possible to get n jury in Lincoln or any adjoining county that would con ict an...

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 November 1900

J L STEWART Photographer Hns moved into his now gnllory south of court house whoro ho hnB n fino nnd woll equipped studio and will innko you tho finest nnd beat piotures known to the nrt Everything obtained nt his gallery from tho smallest bndgo pioturo to tho largest onlnrgod picturo nnd nil in a work that will not fndo Does All Kinds of Viewing and Flash Light Work I For 30 Days jj Ho 1 will mnko ono half dozon pictures Ottlng cabinot Blot in album and ono DYCUSBURG S II Cnssidy is on thosbk ltai 6x20 Enlarged Picture or Henry Ramage near horo Ml from his wagon and sustained sorious fatal injuries Tho C P church has boon ng somo repairs preparatory to Vto meeting that is to begin soon We now have regular river mail Hogs aro going at 5 cents net am I jl cents gross The entertainment given by the Trad ed school in the chapel last Saturday night was a rousing success Now that politics have passu by for a period an almost monotoiuus quiet prevails Prof Wright of Tolu sent last Sat urd...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 December 1900

f is wAhmmW W VOLUME 22 V 1 ELOQUENT APPEAL TO THE DEMOCRACY George W Landram HIS VIEWS ARE CLEARLY AND FORCIABLY EXPLAINED - I desire to oxpross to you my grnl Undo and appreciation for tho honor you conferred on mo in 1807 when you entrusted to mot ho ban ner of Domocracy and gave me tho nomination for the important of fice of County Court Cloik and 1 know too that I can assure the Democracy of tho north side of Cumberland river that n gratofiil Democracy of tho south sido joins mo in this expression of thanks for the honor thus conforrod for tho first time since tho organization of the county in 1798 102 yoars upon one of tho truost and triod omocrats living south of tho Cumberland i h1 ROYAL 4BMUiiwrlMu Mr predecessor Mr Lowry an unfoiiunuto cripple Iiko mysolf was given an ondorsomont without oppouiliou I waB urgod by many in 1894 to make tho race then against him but I positively re fused houause he had made a good dork and ho not only morited an endorsement but according to 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. — 6 December 1900

rv i m Twice-a-Week Courier Journal Louisville Commercial The Home and Farm EXCELLENT Was the School Entertainment At the Opera House The entertainment given by the pupils of the high school nt tho opora houso Wednesday night Nov 28th was n most dolightful and successful affair A vory largo audienco was present Almost orv seal in ino ouuru nuii was oc i t cupiod boforo tho curtain was lift i it- Pi - Ul 1U1 lliu liiot lJiaJ X IIU JJ1W gram consistod of throe short plays intorsporsod with vocal and nstrumental music Tho Hist play was tho humorous comody siotch ontitled A French Duel n lapted from Mark Twains Lrnuip Abroad It was an ox oellont portrnynl of the mannorin which tho Frouchmon fightsjtheir bloodless duols John Tracts and Hickman Walker wero the oom batants playing their parts- well Enesl Carnahan nbly porsonated Mirk Twain tieutlemon the King was the joond play Moro tragedy than humor was in the skotch Arthur Finloy as Rudolph king of Allu ra was tho leading character and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 December 1900

fr k IW3 t v v i U Vr - v oooo00Goe0eo Free Delivery AT THE Prompt Attention Kris Kringles Headquarters WILL BE BOSTON GROCERY 4 Every Day Sees Additions Hade to the au Ismg MmQiEtmemt of GbxtettrnM Gods HERE YOU WILL i I ks FIND Parlor Lamps Toys of Kinds Pretty Glassware Fresh Candies Fine Dishee Fresh Fruits Complete Stoek of FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES Everything Fresh Everything Clean MXOOOOO0OOO0OOOOO00OOOOOOOO0OOi m Christmas i in - i Wo begin to think of what to give what would best pleaso those upon whom wo would bestow our affection To that class who would profcr something useful rather than gifts THAT FADE is our attontion moro espicialiy directed Wo lfivc Hundreds of Useful Presents fo Fine Overcoats uaia auu epps In our largo stock of Dry Goods Hero aro some of them Nice Line of Shirts Mens and Boys Clothing Beautiful Dress Patterns Ribbons and Novelties Ve have the Famous Douglas Shoes rWooas Come to see us - Eowler DANGER FROM OVEREATING Insanity Often Canard by Too Li...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 December 1900

Gliftons Outer Garments and Furs For Ladies Misses and Children Highest grade beautiful and of style created by the best designers Hats Latest Styles Prettiest Colors Mk fJbsu K 0 WALKER HE WAR Publisher ON K DOLLAR Vu uro authorized to announces H GKO V LANDUAM a candidate for county court clork of livintfston county subject to tho nction uf the Democratic primary to bo hold December 29 Wonilor if Senator Doboo will follow tho oxamplo of Sonators Carlisle and Lindsoy and go to Now York when Ollio Jamos takes his place in tho Souato iu lUOJ Tho Populist and Prohibition parties rocoivod exactly tho samo numhor of volos in this county 21 oaoh This is an average of mighty nigh two to tho pro cinotJ Tho Administrations plan as to Cuba is said to bo a limitod Re public remarks an oxohango Tho idoa probably originated from the condition of allairs in this coun try What tho bossos dont do thomselvos they xiorroit tho pooplo to do if dono to suit Stone expresses his viows is tho caption of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 December 1900

1 l - 0 WALKER Publiahor d LOCAL AND PERSONAL County court noxt Monday A ZilT spout Sunday in Stur gis Mrs A M Hoarin is still vory sick Woinor wurst at Cophors nil tho timo O M JnmoB was in LoniBvillo Inst wook Dr Morris was in Salom first of tlio wook Do not fail to road Woods Fowlers nd ajfusical hiBtriimonta of ovory ind at Ormo a - - v r Mr O F Pollard of Princoton was in town last wook Now Old Hickory whiskey at Ormos 2 por gallon Mr R L Easloy will movo to Tonnossoo this month i Mr John Woldon of Crofton was in town Saturday Mrs A T Floming of Salom was in townSaturday Mrs Ingram is contemplating giving a musicalo soon Miss Kittio Gray visited friondB in Henderson last veek Mr Edgar James of Evansvillo was in town Wednesday Mm W B Yandoll roturnod from St Louis last wook Thn fnmilv nf W P Urulor is visiting relatives at Tolu Senator Doboo hasgono to ington to attend Congross Tim lntnat couvriehted books aro to bo found at Orm6s Pho stommonoa aro receiving nrgo quantities of t...

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

1 Still i in the Lead LOOK at our PRICES Pickles 25o per doz Soap 15 bars for 25c Prunes 3 lbs for 25o Apricots 2 lbs for 25c Potted Hani 5c por can Salmon 15o per can Quaker Oats 2 pkgs 25c Petti Johns Pood 2 pkgs 25o 14 inch bar toilot soap 5o 14 inch bar Castile soap 5o Cotfeo from 15o to 25o por lb 14 lbs Granulated sugnr 1 f 15 lbs C sugar 1 Rico 3 lbs for 25c J Candy from 10c to 35o pr lb Tinware Stoneware Wood- ouwaro and everything in onr x lino at the very lowost prices Always remember that wo handlo nothing but tho vory best of goods and soil at tho lowost prices Produce Wo are still in tho produce business and will pay you tho higlfost prices for your Eggs Chickens Turkeys and Qeoso Dont fail to- see us boforo you soil Respectfully HEARIN SON M E FOHS Merchant Tailor MARION KY Clothes Cleaned and Repaired Repairing a Specialty Finest and Best 100 a Day House In Kentucky New Richmond House R E DRENNAN Propr PAUUCAH - - KENTUCKY Children lovo to tako Morleya Littlo Liver Pi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 December 1900

A2scl - - prrimf 7KuurrW53 1 - VEW SPRAYING DEVICE Mi omprpimcil Air Power Doob Ilcnt Vrk With Ilordcnux mixture A now wrinkle In snrnyliiR with fuennx mixture 1 the uso of ctl nlr which n Tiiinsylvniiln former rdescrllici In Huml Now Yorker us fol lows The flrnt cut shows tho manner chnrthu tho nlr tanks while tho Hceoiul shows tho mnehino hi operntlon Tho rl Is perhaps u little expensive JMlocs tlw woik fust just ns fast wish to and the haul work la n Tltifr of the pint Tho entire outfit consists of ntwo horsepower gnsollno englm nn nlr compressor mounted on n one hoise wukoii nuil two two wheel oil onrts carrying tho nlr and mixtures tiinkn Knell rnrt It supposed to carry two tanlci of HO to 100 gallons eneh Tho photo shows three tankfl I hud Intended to use n riihiIT tauk for nlr n cnARoivo Air tanks by iiAcmxEtiY nnd hne tho Initial presamu 200 pounds hrtt In practlco I found It bet ter to have more nlr epaeo nnd lower pressure so I added nnother tank The two tanks iuo connecte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 December 1900

i u BLOWS FACTORY this week Special bargains in dress goods come and seo O B Loyd For up-to-date shoes of best quality at lowest prices it will pay you hand aaincly to tall on 0 B Loyd No houso or store rent to pay and con sequently can afford to sell goods for a emaijer profit than others O B Loyd The railroad tax Is paid Id Oaldwoll SfterjJaying twice tho amount oj the orl tfinal In interest and the levy for next year la nearly as largo as bofore Cauauppjy you With everything fo eat fhndwdar for leas than yoU can4uy from jjtiharf quality considered C B Loyd A S Throlkold and 1 children wore visiting relatives in Harvey Eskow has boon very aick with woll Springs neighborhood last week catarrhal foyor S S G Qreon and family havo A few wooks ago Ed Fralic had to kill moved to the Bvtlor farm onoof his hounds on account of hypro phobia lloforo tho dog was killed it bit several hogs somo of which havo gone mad Besides biting tho hogs It is re ported that tho dog bit Jack and Bill Davis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 December 1900

6 r A lk V J V r t jjrv yr iCV VOLUME 22 9 - The Book Department Over two thousand volumes of Novels Poem Histories and Juvenile Books -- r - The Latest Works of Modern Authors Such as The Reign of Law JTo Have and to Hold Richard Carvel Red Pottage When Knighthood Was in Flower Choir Invisible Kentucky Cardinal After math Hon Peter Sterling Adventurers of Sherlock Holmes and n amorous other copyrighted works Complc Works of Dickens Scott Edna Lyall Thackery Louisa Alcott Augusta Evans Wilson and many other standard writers 3v AVrlr nf Fifilioniinrl Pootrv in noroccb an iff 1M iV 11 l I r cioui uiuuiug V Books for Children of all kinds and prices J H ORME - r rK - Myriads of Irticles Noted Naviland Chinaware Salad Dishes Cake Plates Crestwaved Goods Toilet Outfits Cuff Boxes Necktie Cases Work Boxes Jewelry Boxes Puff Boxes Fine Musical Instruments Pufumery of all kinds svf all alrjika VUUU1UIVD VfX Ull OlibO dfOxford Eamily Bfts 4 jLoiis oi every description Albums and Scrap Books ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 December 1900

M 07 UH m WW H P3 HM JZZ AN OID LADY Kentucky War Claims Representative Wheolerof Kon tuoky has introduced a bill direct in tho Secretmy of tho Treasury to pn to tho Auditor of the State of Kentucky tho sum of 2202231 that being tho amount due tho Stato of Kontucky for nrming nnd equipping soldiers under the not of July 27 1801 nnd now remain ing unpaid Mr Wheolor intro duced this bill after an intorviow with tho Auditor of tho War De partment who hns gone ovor tho claim nnd given this much of It his npprovnl - I Window glass of nllsizos at Bos ton Wnlkors fnrnituid store R SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER With a Great Number of Des cendants One of the oldest and most re markable women of Western Ken tucy is Mrs Nanoy Mitchell of Livingston county Mrs Mitch ell was horn Oct 15th 1810 in Li vingston county whore she now si J ic with her sou She is the thor of eleven ohildron nil of n tiro living but one Tho mmcmiuren aro ninoiy iwo m ibor while of dron she hns ono hundred and so enteon Probably...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 December 1900

-- n pU R 0 WALKER Publisher WALTER WALKER Manager LOCAL AND PERSONAL Any book you want at Ormos A good crowd was in town Mon day Mrs AM Hoarin is improv ing SooOrraofl fino Haviland Ohina waro Woinor wnrst at Cophora all tie time Will Olark Bpent Sunday in SturgiB Cophora candioB are tho finest in tho city Saturday was pay day at tho spar mines Go to Cophora for your Ghrist m is prosonts 4 T D Popo ia sufforing from yellow jaundice Now com whiskey at 2 por gal at C E Dosa Cob Mr Tobsq Olivo was in Livings ton county last wook Mr Chas Smith of Paducah vns in town last weok Two thousand volnmos of fine b inks on sale at Ormes Fino frnitB and candies aro al ways to bo found at Cophora Mr J W Waggonor was Ilondoraon ono day last weok trie ta VtHmm Ui wwk in You can buy millinory at COST at Mrs Givons until Jan 1st Ilassocks footstools pictures oislos etc at Eo3ton Walker Pay your subscription and got your name on tho Roll rf Honor Mr Jamos Ruttor and wife of CarrsvUUrapont Monday it th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 December 1900

n THE GRAND SCHEMER ii Still 4 ii in the i Lead LOOK at our i PRICES Picklos 5c per doz Soap 15 bara for 25c Prunes 3 lbs for 25o Apricots 2 lbs for 25c Potted Ham 5o per can Salmon loo per can Quaker Oats 2 pkgs 25c Petti Johns Food 2 pkgs 25o 14 inch bar toilot soap 5o 14 inch bar Castilo soap 5o Coffoo from 15o to 25c per lb 14 lbs Granulated sugar 1 15 lbs 0 sugar 1 Rico 8 lbs for 25c Candy from 10c to 35c pr lb Tinware Stoneware Wood en ware and everything in our line at the very lowest prices Always remember that wo handle nothing but the very best of goods and sell at the lowest prices Produce Wo aro still in the produce I businoss and will pay you the highest pricos for your Eggs Chickens Turkeys and J xeeso Dont tail to soo us before you sell Respectfully 1 HEARIN SON M E FOHS Merchant Tailor MARION KY Clothes Cleaned and Repaired Repairing a Specialty Finest and Beat 100 a Day House In Kentucky New Richmond House R E DRENNAN Propr PADUCAH - - KENTUCKY Children lovo to tako...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 December 1900

US to t to to t to I ocoooo0oooooooooooo Free Delivery Prompt Attention X Kris Kringles t i Headquarters ay WILL BE AT THE BOSTON i 1 GROCERY Every Day Sees Additions Hade to the OX IXllSS IIIIMS X 1 v i rzi t j p 1 r j n HERE YOU WILL FIND Parlor Lamps Toys of Kinds Pretty Glassware Fresh Candies Fine Dishee Fresh Fruits Complete Stock of FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES Everything Fresh Everything Clean A Kail nnd Kipling Medler Mr Barr was ono day at Waterloo station In a hurry to catch a train no was hastening from tho bookstall laden with pnpcrB a good many sir penny ones among them ho dolefuUy relates when In rushing around a corner he fell Into tho arms of Rud yard Kipling equally in a tearing hur ry They turned on each other with scowling faces then smiled In recogni tion nnd nsked each other whither ho went Then Kipling exclaiming Lucky beggar youve got papers I seized tho bundlo from Barrlc flung him some money and mado off But you did not stoop to pick up his dirty halfpence di...

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