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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 2 May 1907

55 55 55 55 55 55 52 t at HH ff afar tftf 4 The ss 9S& ten Skyscraper arar ' ' w fcv; arar mm mi mm mm mm u.m 'i: stood ono Pttu day morning . a jrroiii watc'i Ins for Ikt u around the Many loco!' tives as I huvi soon and r!l don, a now ono Is always a wonder to me choke 1:." up. oven. It mean so much. I lie.iv men rave over horses and marvel at It when I think of the Iron borbe. I hear tieni chatter of distance, nud iuy mind turns to the annlhllator. I hear then brag of ships, and I think of the bli.p that plows the mountains and and plains. And when they talk of speed what can 1 think of but her? As the now engine rolled into the yards my heart boat quicker. Her line-were too Imposing to call strong. Tliv were massive, yet so simple you coiil 1 draw them, like the needle snout of v collie, to a very point. Every bearing looked precise, every Joint looked supple, as she swept up and checked herself, pan! iDg, In front of us. Toley was In the cab. He had boon east on a lay-off a...

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. — 2 May 1907

$ M Wx i sti mm. ch m A J h n 2mmm f QJ$r mm 7 V Z2mmmmmv ? Vfl Baby Folded In Bed Uriotol, Tenn, April 30. Tho two week old baby of Mr. and Mrs. I. 15. Cowan came near being smothered to deatli by beiui: fastened in a folding bed. Mr. Cowan was preparing to tarl to work about 8 o'clock in the morning, aud seeing that the folding bed was not closed he proceeded to lis it. He did not notice the baby, which wa on the bed sleeping, and folded up the bed and left the houe. A few minutes later Mr?. Cowan iuijuiied lor the nure for the baby. They looked all arouud until they fiuully opened the bed aud found the little one still asleep aul uuhurt. The child was lying with its head dowu and had a narrow escape. "1 ee that a routi? woman Las I thirty-six star-." "Did be step on a banana peel?" i Huston Post I KODOL For Dyspepsia c ears the stomach and makes the breath as sweet I as a rose. KODOL is Sold by drug- gists on a guarantee relief plan. It , conforms strictly to the National Pure 1 ...

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. — 2 May 1907

LV I I (HI I ri. m r&$ w v rw yr ftv &!T'F&'tiF', "IS-Wf A U4 ' --. ,K"1. .YTT7T WR5? F," " - ; vi A -i VI $ h w. r B3f BSk B Very Much Quality DRESS GOODS AND DRY GOODS Something new ail the time, a house full of the most desirable goods for the Ladies and Misses The Right Kind The Right Price We have the goods for those Stylish Dresses New line black wool dress goods " " white sheer " " Linens, batistes, organdies Dainty laces for trimmings embroideries, bands Stylish belts, collars, neckwear Hosiery and neckwear Wc have a great stock to select from Carpets, Druggets Rugs, Mattings Lace Curtains ifflmifflS'wffift THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1007. We are authorized to announce R. H. THOMAS a candidate to? Assessor, to fill out the unexpired term Ot J. Anthony Davidson, subject to the action of the Republican party. He endorses the local option law. The people who make a living by writing plausible fish stories are certainly Joing their best to earn their money this year. But every...

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. — 2 May 1907

TTSJwTOrr v tt' 2 t I You are Entitled to the Best! S Especially when you can purchase the best quality from us for about the same price you pay for many things elsewhere of an inferior quality, jf ) ( (V JSencb Salloteo Ciotfxa WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES AND PLEASE YOU TOO 'ravJVJvJVJVJMJvJvlMJVJVJVJVJvJUJvJvJvJY -"-' . I, . I1 F.W.Nunn, dentist, Press Building J. A. Wheeler, of Tolu, was in town Friday. Dr. I. II. Clement, ot Tolu, was in town Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Love were in town Wednesday. iMrs. J. J. Martin, of Sullivan, was in the oity last week. Mrs. J. It. Sunimerville, of was in town Thursday. Rev. W. H. Miley returned Saturday to his home in Louisville. Miss Rose Mayes, of Caldwell Springs, was in town Wednesday. Miss Mollie 'Moore spent Saturday and Sunday at her home near Fredonia. Mrs. H. A. Cameron left Thursday for a few days visit in Hopkins-ville. Miss Nelle Clifton and Guy spont Sunday with friends in Blackford. Rev. B. M. Baton, of Salem, visited his daughter,...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 2 May 1907

K U V a a ra 1 a a a n, a la- x -! H a' i "WW ' ttt'rt f r v- wTVf ;v.'vvv? '"" ' Fn''' V1"' y'ffit TwWif ' f tfttendC I.OfiKYEArVS BUSINESS COLLEGE - EVrtNSVILLE, INDIANA it 'AOH 00-. WITH A REPUTATION" o&aBxssxam Marion Milling Company's Products. The waker name on a food article moans a groat deal to the consumer also to the maker of the product if it ha merit. The name Marion Milling Co., tand back of it it means that the maker is proud to ust hi.- name in connection with the product. The name- "ELK" and "CROWN" is on all the flour product of the Marion Milling Co., because the makers are positive their flour i clean, honestly made, wholesome and satisfactory and that the product is a credit to their name. When jou buy the Marion Milling Company's flour product you Know what you are getting, and you know that iheir guarantee behind it mean- something. When jou order from jour grocer specify the Marion Milling Company'- Flour and help a home and same will be appreciated b you...

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. — 2 May 1907

V m 'TTT1 ?V "WKF fw 044444' Scott's Emulsion strengthens enfeebled nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and nerve force. It provides baby with the necessary fat $ and mineral food for healthy growth. $ ALL DRUGGISTS: ffkB' STUR6IS NEWS. Tho Marion Coal Company at Sullivan has changed hands the past few has days. Just who the new people arc, Mr. we arc not able at this time to say, but that they mean business, is evident. Mr. John Corner, of Frost-burgh, Md., is the new Superintendent and Gen. Mauagcr. News from Sullivan this evening is, that the new wealthy corporation is buying up all the coal rights they can get, and the probability is that Sullivan will soon have a mines second to none in the county. Mr. K. L. Cofty and brother, J. J. Coffy, both of Pennsylvania, having bought the controlling interests of in the Crittenden Coal and Coke Company Mines, heretofore owned and operated by H. H. Sayre, Hou. is Jno. W. Blue and other distinguished mine men and capitalists of Ky. h...

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. — 2 May 1907

CRAYNEVILLE Rev. Oakley filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sun-'flay. Mr. and Mrs. Dnnn and Lillic Bell, of Marion, attended church Sunday. Joel Moore and family, of Marion, visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Jas. Hill and Ada visited Ruby Bigham Thursday. A crowd of the young folks went on the "knob" Sunday evening. Miss Mabel Minner was in our town Saturday. Elmer Threlkeld and Lorin Stallions visited relatives near Tolu Satnrpay and Sunday. Ethel McCaslin attended church here Sunday. It was announced Sunday that Mr. W. B. Binkley and Ada Deboe have been secretly married about a aonth. After church they went to their home at View where a nice dinner waited them We wish them much joy. Miss Ruby Bigham, of Chapel Hill, visited her sister Addie Hill Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Baird visited Mrs. Canado Monday. A Cure For Constipation And Piles Discovered At Last. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder; removes the cause and cures every case. Never a failure r...

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. — 9 May 1907

y H' -' . v t - .,. ' v'l tifriff motn Mtmtfa'Pttm VOL. 28. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 9. 1907. NUMBER 49. F 1 ' 'l - C31I1 iri it ri ii ! ii- - 1 DO YOU WANT TO BUY A BUGGY OR SURREY? IF SO GO TO THE ALUMNI j Hurober ol Graduates Graduates 3aiered at School Auditorium Monday Night. , ituDi of the Martoa (traded held m the teliool eltapol iav night of Ifcu wtl, and r the iuot iticceasful of the I ut ovenu of thit U4 IteeH had ftinee tho organ I the sohoot in lhtM. Tito included addrotxM by ! the gradual, Toeal solo. v alumni oK, aad wuaic by the Marion Filter lUnd. wlomo addrOM, which wii . ttonty W. II. Clark. wa i.nrred and received with I aiiM a haloid of th cloe ' tig fritnlihi thai exialed ' tl. member of the "Alum- l. reminded bis fellow grad- 1 .i whatever mistaken had hr i. made dnriBg their achool ' t they were now forgotten. i' they romo tojietber a a i and and in one common Ml wr niada to rvalue ' wan nut a welcome in words tut in spirit as well. The to tlio...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 9 May 1907

vm in 1 1 iiiiiiiJiiiiiiiiiiiiB i ! lip nlltl mN W as, I'M, it P.? 6iJ lA ; i ; i if-1 ffiS. II ft 'i.V Ik vi ;io fl KZ RM i fjjt.'d R m CK Kit W t KH W UK tW KK M U Nerve X m i Foley a vt 4'4 KK 'A AA AA 'AA 'AA 1IEIJE had boon rumor nil that the w ere roi US to strike. In Certainly we of t h c depart ment had warnlns enough. Yet In tbe railroad life there Is always friction In some quarter. The railroad man sleeps like the soldier, with an ear alert, but Just the same he sleep, for with waking comes duty. Our engineers were good fellows. If they had faults they were American faults rashuess. a liberality bordering on extravagance and a headstrong, violent way of reaching conclusions-traits born of ability and self confidence and developed by prosperity. One of the bet men we had on a locomotive was Andrew Cameron; at the name time he was one of the hardest to manage, because he was young and headstrong. Andy, a big, powerful fellow, ran opposite Felix Keuuedy on the flier. The fas...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 9 May 1907

. j lilin under tliolr foot In n minutes I lumped down,, mid Hon IJuckley, tho mil i tor. caiiK' riimiliiK up Hetwi'on , m, pivi tin lit Ho fellow a fi rii ,,,, i ti.nl out lltic a cut awl in. i up aKiliKt tltr tendi" on- at n tlmiv ami coi. t on!" lull i j "If It s ton to o and rfa ii m luii'k at Unit, wo'll it V tli a (tilU n Mr moroinont I A irui lie drew a plutol nod, point-. t miiuruly nt Ciiuiproii, cried. "(Jet k' ' I uuitflit a llnnli of III eye through t MihmI tlmt nt reamed down lil fn.e. , nldii t linre jjlwu n Mwlteli key for Mi life of tlio man who crowded htm ,t tlint minute, lint JtiHt then r came ui. nml lie font tho crowd real j,l it we had 1'oley, tin .r 'v hark In the cult ngnta. lor heaxeu'H itake. pull out of UiW .'ure thero'H IiIikmUIumI, roloy." I lei and nixldliik' to ltucLlty, Foley H-tied the choker. t win a ulKht run and u new track li.in I trUtl to tire and pilot ImiH. after 1'oley Hiincettetl once or t ! f If I would tend to the nwil lit ..titl tend to t...

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. — 9 May 1907

( t. ! ki rt J ' ' ' ' '-' V?W A "'. ii fJSKmm' irir - Tf ' I set I t I Ex 6ur vioines the right oiyie s Do von want the best? Do you want the style? Do you uant the fit? Do you want to sac? Then Buy From Us We Fit and Suit Old Men Young Men Boys and Children in Suits Coats and Pants 2 The Home of I argains Cfjc Crittenbcn S. M. JENKINS.Editor and Publisher. GEO. M. GRIDER. Associate Editor. Entered as matter Jane :6th. tin. it the postoflice at Marlon, Kr. under the Act of Contrett of March jrd, 1S79 TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION STRICTLY CASH IN AOAKCE. Single copies mailed...... ............. ...... .05 1 month mailed to any addjess .H 2 months jj .......... .25 ( j months .............. .50 t 1 year ... 1.00 6 years S.00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ir NOT PAtn CASH IN ADVA NCt, SIntle copies malted... a 1 month mailed to any address tj " " " 5 months ?j " " " I year t.jo THURSDAY, MAY , 1907. We are authorized to announce R. II. THOMAS a. candidate for Assessor, to fill out the unexpired term...

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. — 9 May 1907

"C "O I JJencb (Tailored Ctothca I l Throlkeld, of Salem, 'I ' ity Wednesday. I Hayward and son, Edward, iflav for Oklahoma City. k'W Brov nro the nolo agents ' s ' 'muck harvesting machinery. M and Mm. Jonno Gray, of Saloiu, thp rity Wednesday shop- ' Mary Wyatt, of Frodonia, .'uost of Mrs. il. W. Wilson v Sallio Orasliam and DediH ' f aloui, attended the uircu.i lay. ' ' my adverttaomout oaoh F S. Stilwoll, the dontist M,iMnn Hank. Win, Biggin, of Madison- 'he guost of her sister, Mrs. 1 ( ..i,yor. Benjamin A ml rot and 11 K. u wnt to Paduoah Tuesday to ' ' 'tic Prosbytury. ickey Drennan King, of '" li! . in the guobt of Mrs. ' v ' uiiiun this weok. f ' Mm it Whcolcr will soil yoii '" r agnin this seaHon. r' W. II. Aflhcr was the first "a pay his 11107 county nnd "4 x I,. ShcriiT, .1. F. Flanary. ''' pino Stock Company com ' ' ' f ti n people who aro all stars it the Opera Houso all next ..." H Walker wants to know: J1 ' ' of tho Iiiblo called his '' ' heifer ,nlso in what chapter...

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. — 9 May 1907

n H r "VtfBBIrrT ICYEAF'3 BUSINESS COLLEGE ( . . t A'r.VKLE IMJUN ft t 3 - l K '.Vi 1 H A REP JTATION" sx Twr,isac: Marion Milling Company's Products. The makers name on a food article meatis a great deal- to the consumer also to the maker of the product if it ha? merit. The name Marion Milling Co., stands back of it it means that the maker is proud to use his name in connection with the product. The names "ELK" and CROWN" is on all the flour products of the Marion Milling Co., because the makers are positivo their Hour is clean, honestly made, wholesome and satisfactory and that the product is a credit to their name. When you buy the Marion Milling Company's flour product you snow what you are getting, and you know that their guarauteo bohind it moans something. When you order from your grocer specify the Marion Milling Company Flour and help a home industry, and ame will be appreciated l your friend- MARION MILLING CO. (rrAttDARDIZCD) For All Live Stock EASY AND BAFT TO USt. TICKS...

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. — 9 May 1907

ft) e ft ft; ft) wwwmww. The effect of malaria lasts a long time. You catch cold easily or become run-down because of the after effect of malaria. Strengthen vnnr..1( ...:i r .. Emulsion. It builds new blood and tones up your nervous system. ALL DRUOQISTS. nn Aur. -. The Harnessing ol The World. , i arncismg of the Kern river, . 4 from Los Angeles, Cal., r of the enormous I ,wcr of the canyon into i- nearly completed, and soon t milet of entile, supported lower, will Hash the world's. l.mg distance voltaic, 7fi. i Hits onoruious powor - im'.I in and about the oily of - in 1!H)0 that a hydraulic . uxpcelod the Korri emiyou .1 the marvelous water powor rlf in noUytumbios down I v'rjdes. The Edison Com- ' I. Angolas boos in inter !.! the following spring a i: party invaded the canyon ' and notebooks. wed an army of workmen, a..'..ii and tens of freight. v slid building materials. n wast pruelioally i road ten foot wide and - i npr bad been blated o!i1 granite shoulder of t'smpt sprang ...

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. — 9 May 1907

I IM M lit Ir 4 w t . I $ J ff 'if ,1' r I 'Ji r KV h. in I?' . I1 . P tm -. i CHAPEL HILL .. iWc still have cold weather over y j .this way. About half of the corn crop has , been planted in this prcei net and a groat deal of that is rottcning in tho hill. Wheat is looking bad, it is turning yellow and doing no good for the want of good old sunshine woathor. Oats arc looking just only thoy are not growing as thoy should. Tobacco plants in tho first place arc very soaroo, but as a genoral thing thoy look well, what is on tho beds. Some half largo enough to transplaut. . The quickest way to kill a com crop is to work tho soil whon it is too wet, that leaves the soil in bad iapc to cultivate and bakes and drios out jast whon the moisturo is most needed. Take thi lor what it is worth. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Minnor and family wore the guest Win. Clark of Oak Grove Saturday and Sunday. J. T. Bighani aud family, of Craynoville, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ward and family Saturday and ...

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. — 9 May 1907

THE ALUMNI Large Number of Graduates Graduates Gathered at School Auditorium Monday Night. The Alumni ot the Mariou Graded School was held at the school chapel on Monday night of tnis week, and was by far the most successful of the many pleasant events of this kind that have been had since the organization of the school in 18U4. The programme included addresses by several of the graduates, vocal solos, piano solos, alumni songs, and music rendered by the Marion Silver Cornet Band. The welcome address, which was made by Attorney V. H. Clark, was well delivered and received yitli much applause as he told of the close and lasting friendship that existed between the members of the "Alumni." He reminded his fellow graduates that whatever mistakes had by them been made during their school days that they were now forgotten, and that they come together as a happy band and in one common cause. All were made to realize that it was not a welcome in words merely, but in spirit as well. The resp...

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. — 9 May 1907

r t r : 8 K 55 55 8 K 8 r & Nerve Foley Mfc X MM MM MM MM k MM MM MM MM MM MM HKUE had boon nil winter that the engineers w ere going to strike. Certainly we of t li e operating il iMiar t went vuy .. had warning enoucii. let in tie railroad life there 1 always friction in some quarter. The railroad man sleep like the o!dIor, with an ear alert, but Just the same he sleeps for with waking comes duty. Our engineers were good fellows. If they had faults they were American faults rashness, a liberality bordering on extravagance and a headstrong, violent way of reaching conclusion traits born of ability and self confidence nnd developed by One of the bet men we had on a locomotive was Andrew Cameron: at the same time he was one of the hardest to manage, because he was youug nnd headstrong. Andy, a big, powerful fellow, ran Felix Kennedy on the flier. The fast runs require young men. If you will notice, you will rarely see an old engineer on a fast passenger run. Even a young man can ...

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. — 9 May 1907

f "FTOV IV ' r.TTT" -i 's "-. T'.l T""' " iia.l h!m under their feet In a minute. I Jumped dowunnd Ren Buckley, the conductor, came running up. Between uh we pave the little fellow n life. lie Bquirined out HUe a cat and hacked Instantly up ag.iiiwt the teiulo". "One at a tl!iu, and con.e on!" he cried hotly. "If ton to o e and oa n man's hack at that, we'll d: It With a nuM:. po ".i l.ir movement of his ann he drew a pistol and, pointing It squarely at Cameron, cried. "C!et back!" I caught a flash of his eye through the blood that streamed down his face. I wouldn't hare given n switch key for the life of the man who crowded him at that minute. But just then Lancaster came up, and before the crowd realized it we had Foley, protesting angrily, back In the cab again. "For heaven's sake, pull out of this before there's bloodshed, Foley," I cried, and, nodding to Buckley, Foley opened the choker. It was n night run nnd a new track to Llm. I tried to Are and pilot Iwth. but after Foley s...

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. — 9 May 1907

) I T L' t' HTlA. "& , 1. i . i iW &. H3k "El LESk lEf w TRY OUR vSmW COMPARE OUR GOODS Spring Clothing Bargains Best Style Suits and Pants Clothes ,r,Tx;r Style Do you want the best? 71 uo yuu wiini iiie smc; Do you want the fit? Do you want to save? Then Buy From Us We Fit and Suit Old Men Young Men Boys and Children in Suits Coats and Pants S The Home of 2 Bargains femftmZFZwrf ngt r jQgQ V - -- Cfjc Crittcnbcn PrcsS'ltccorb 1 S. M. JENKINS.Editor and Publisher. GEO. M. GRIDER, Associate Editor. Entered as second-class matter June :6th. iS 3. at the postothce at Marion, Ky under the Act of Congress o( March ird. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION fcTKICTH CASH IN ADANCE. Single copies mailed .as 1 month mailed to any address i 2 months j :s " " " S months S3 " " " t year i.oo " " " 9 years TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IF NOT PAtn CASH IS AD SCE Sincle copies mailed 05 1 month mailed to any address tj " " " 5 months " " ' 1 jear 1,53 THURSDAY, MAY , 11)07. We are authorized to announce R. H. ...

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. — 9 May 1907

Mi WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES AND PLEASE YOU TOO Hicklin & Wheeler will soil fertilizer again this season. Squire W. H. Asher was the man to pay his 1907 county you first and state tax to Sheriff, J. F. Flanary. The Alpine Stock Company composed of ten people who are all 6 tars will be at the Opera House all next week. W. H. Walker wants to know: What man of the Bible called his wife a heifer ,also in what chapter does the word character occur three times. Who can toll him? a Mrs. B. F. Copeland arrived Tues- fSunday. Mrs. Oliver Hurley arrived Monday from Sturgis. Mr. and Mrs. Hurley are keeping house in the Deboe residence on Gum street. The meeting at Dixon is progressing nicely. Bro. Logan is doiug some excellent preaching and the interest is steadily increasing. On account of absence, from Ma rion it will be impossible for me to hear the Bible Class next Sunday. I will hear the first Sunday, 1 am at home. J. F. Price. Sheriff Flanary now has his books ready, and any one who wi...

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