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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 4 September 1890

f if i if Lir c r f i m i a r it fr l m ff T M S t i ENv 4 I i 1 J at mm OIM Y bx iimtcp l0 Wv or iwiiani o fvcrHtfilcnthtjXvocmctf inferno un s ninily lRi BM1cfiidiowicu Mi M 1 II IIIUIICIIJ 1 ly tut Wall rir in Jier choul at Lleedoin last uoinuj nal decided success iuj little A nAiutoAuJn ust Tuesday at the reri Alexamlrla t ti xikdtf Hev Lowcry will held a protected meeting at Antioche soon Jay Bird Trimble is water hauler ftr Rhodeses thrashei think he wil be partner next year by the way In visits Mr Rhodcse J he woods are thick with stave men They are about done making t tavce T B Hall and his sister Lilly art going to attend the Hampton school Wm Trimble is going to Cailisl county next week Mary Sharp is spending few days with her fister at Cairo ville Fannie Lowey has the Trimble fclioul Mi3 Mall Glcason spent last week with Mr Slessers family ii fin i J ItVUl IHUUipOUU 13 lkVJ1 V bui y taking prisoners to Smithland Henry Terry or fat and go last was around last week after ta...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 September 1890

t 1 r If VOLUME XI The1 Crittenden Pres issrKDwrrKiw K C Waikkk Publisher icovi iuuvtui flur JIlKlniiiy Juns unit Ohm Ij lligliuajH on the Drainage Journal Of alhtlur economic- Uetions af fecting tlo welfare cftliu fanner and J crv good oitizorij there is nunc of I gionlerfimportanco than tho eon- in uvuuu uiim iiiiiiuiailiuicu 01 pull lie highways ovur which th pis tonrid fro in their c i ey my commercial and r icinl rolatiois with each other Tho world wo arc told id cd by intercourse and of all iiivcn j tiiim the alphabet and printing press excepted thostfinvontinn Jjat abridge existence have Hone mo3t for civilization Every improvement of thoiucaiiS of locomotion benefit manljntt nioriilvsti id Intellectually as sell as materially Ifiid not only facilitates thu Interchange of tho va noun iroductcnB of nature and art but tends to rcmoYo natural and tigcther ill branches of the great human family How often do wo heir factnrr dscuasing tie financial situation de claiming loudly agai...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 September 1890

r JX A ft rf k - K t VS u rf jilas Hcwjs mlTl and Mudliwliiinredliilr o marrleu Octolntr av an4 on tlio ninth ol v uu olucers IuiiikI a w llj rut still XrauU Into the Argentlnu Ilepublle ta very ttrlct In addition to pot acaaliir aomlUe Ida of morality the aadldatfl munt nlow that he lifts at leaatM0 in rash and knows how to far i f I lfsZh lyiK aprtitgi eternal In Holy t ocle woWabrMal hi already haaannnuncod brelf m tlio candidate of tliu Woman tfuffrajre jwrt fur Ireatdunt In IbJJ xrfl sunll A KiiKXtit sunllnolrtitt Iik boon or ganized TLtro Is nolliln alarming to the Amerleau pontile In this vilonpa lua toerrlnjr llMn rles of Maine hold out Tub ruurtalitjr of the jjiobc Ih said to b ality Kcvtn etery minute uiTDO reryday or SCoSerery yoar The btrtlnimofmt to 10 Duo oM ry day v IPO 000 ctitv rear It fo authoritatively state 1 that the manti fact urine cijiltil of th 1nlted btates amount to 0eooooo ooo and that Revpn clghtlis of tbln vjst sum la directly bisctl on patonu CnttTMiii...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 September 1890

IWYMIVS ANNWKllKll mnn ciuldnt go it alone iho Lcito piHscd ami the yiiinarilnn ceaiHtcil lsv o ii v nnil won the gime Mis 1 No Mininteis Ho is no persistent in It i j ot are not al- teiitloiw ami watches me so clncly nays modest but they are some times ciitiicUitl to o retiring 2 Yoh Jliii word trust is a bcautiiul synonyme of faith but used rotnmorcially in tho plural nowadays it docs not inspire confidence II No It is njt mora machinery your Church wants but mor con scrtttio3 a suggestion which some other religious bodies may equally well heed I The age tf miracles i not pun lltrculcs ami Sampson are but pigmies compared with n nun in a dime show who lifts n live horse with his teeth ami win is ndvertis ed as certainly the invincible mon arch of mankind The best contribution to the resources ol a church nan industri ous man or woman animated by the npirit ol Christ Mr Why dont you write for the - 1 d Hit liku the lltc 1 dont hoc what its publithed forj Well my friend Ill tell you...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 11 September 1890

- tv r Sf r u L CJ7 a It f V m ft v rjtfal Wor lji ii I r h i i v f7r r tr t MAX Lift DKPAIITMKXT wo banclfT Mafnf SO0UE El k An EST 1 W Dollar of Kuttuwa is here on buunets Fred Meriileth lins moved to Jas Durhims Mathers and 0 A lranklin went to Princeton to day JIL Jcnningi the popular photog rcplwr ifl in town Wl Tuber wns seriomly hurt by a falling tree Monday lr Russell has n sick child Wo learn that tho Inion Lnbor Club here is taking in new members at each meeting it meets every two weeks Wc opened school Monday with 45 scholars tho trustees were on imua TwJiJch as something un usu al and hlnd ns start off crandlv ih 7 jr gentlemen aomc again jK Unit llguu ls riinS juiih Cannjction thoiVi - jI 3jMtft5js is vifitinp in Un- 1 aTT -- CharMathews will start to Dan ville soon where he ill attend the deaf and dumb school G L Whitt is having a well sunk in his yard Plowing for wheat is the order of the day The patrons will meet next Sat urday to make some improvements on the spring...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 September 1890

le Crittenden Press MUKMVEKKLW t C Walker Publisher KXIANNIOM In another column of the Pnias is the astonishing announcement that certain rati estate in Marion will bo given way The nameH ol thrcoro Ifnhlo citizens are at the foot of the announcement which means that the matter is one of businets ami not a freak ol fun a joke nor jesL Theso gentlemen mean what thoy My and aay what tbey mean With the primary desire to help them elves and a s xendary deair to benefit ihn town thoy propose to givo away absolutely every second lot of certain real estate in the immediate neighborhood of the 0 V depot llecentlf there has been a demand for busineae houses the probability ol aupplying thin demand with houses in the old buaiiieta portion of the town is not promising and theso public Bpintcd gentlemen propose to underuuo Uo herculean task ol breaking the old conventional style ofgroupiBgall the tywu around the court house sjusre and when the lots thus located aro occupied writing on the busin...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 September 1890

f E EN - - i r tf i i t J 1M1 Vyjy Mr TIIK tOXNTITlTIOXAl oxvitiox OiirOrgnulc liii iiiiiltr Ilki tVnj The Constitutional Convention was permanently organized by the election of Ctuiu M Clay of lloui bon county as President on the se cond ballot tho vot en as 52 for la 22 for Mcllcmy 22 or Knr tt Tho j lcoro was eloctcd Secretary Jai 11 Mnrtin AsfciatiMi 1 bt Tylct o Uullelt Scrgeant nt Arm It T Jlaly of Jefferson Door keeper E Polk Johnson Convention Printer Clarence Walker of Jcflcipon oal llepotcr Wednksdav I A comraittoeof twelve was appoin ted to prooaro rules for the gsvern ment of the Convention A committee of nine was selected by lot to whom the contest for a seat in tho convention between Lewis and McChord of Washington county wris referred Poth contestants an nounced themselves satisfied ttith tho committee Tin KMM Tho committee on rules submitted its report J he bulk of the rules nro of the usual parliament iry order Twcntyono standing committees are provided for In the m...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 September 1890

r t e 1 lt iiHk h tt 1 It- - hi tiik cokntititioxaii ovimiox Our Organic Inwninkors ItcKiu in u IIhmIuoh Ilkc Wnj TllMDAV The Constitutional Convciition wo icrmnncntly organized by the election of CiuFiu MChiy of Houj lion county as President on the se cond ballot the vot ewisu2forClaj 22 for McIIcnv22nr Kiu tt Tho J lVoro was elected Secretary Jac U Mnrtin Aetistnit J bt Tyler o llullclt Scrgeant at Arm It T Haley of JcfTcrun Door kcejicr E 1oIk Johnson Convention Printer Clarenco Walker of JeiTercon offi cial Itepotcr Wednesday I A committee of twelve was appoin ted to prepare rules for the gsvern ment of the Convention A committee of nine was selected by lot to whom the contest for a seat in tho convention between Lewis and McChord ot Washington county wits referred Uoth contestants an nounced themselves satisfied with tho committee Tin usda The committee on rules submitted its report The bulk of the rules arcol the usual parliament iry order Twentyone standing committees are pro...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 September 1890

Itf an Toir jkiaiitmi kt C1I VS A UllAY Ki Aoknt A new firm in town Ureenlicf A Kurkor Into of Cuvo m Hock A wandering tin typcr iswjth U Tlio school opened Monday with an average sttcndance Miss Noruh McAtuU has Keen ltitC 111 Cloroout A Croft arc buying onion mitl iwcet potatoes at 9 n bushel Foster Thrclkcld will soon start away out among the injuns Mrs Sue Hammond left Saturday for KilJyvillc to join her husband who 11 there With the coopuruge CO ihaha White s now a full flodg d Toluitr He cmhi wkiiiler around out the farm much but he keeps the commons wnriii looking about the fur m for fitrnicr October 8th Nichol X Young give uji tho Tolu niillit The boys have done n good bix dutmg tho piat year and made many friend Thia is a good opening for some one u tlni mill is a paying investment One of tho creme dt ta creme is 0 Ed Weldon 1M In a vivid blondo about ill summers eld and the Lord Incus how mnny winter lie per its m saying he is but IS but the dry n uf ago shows him to bo qu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 September 1890

roii ikia ktm kkt Oil S AtillAY Kn Aiikjct A now firm in town Jrecnlief A Mucker Into of Cuvo in Hock A wandering tin typer Jsyvith u Tlio school opened Monday witii an average attendance Mis Norah McAtnU has ficcn quite ill Clmueut 1 Croft arc buying onion ami tweut potatoes at n bushel Foster Throlkcld will soon start away out anion the mjuns Mr ijuo Hammond left Saturday for KMyville to join her hutuand who 11 there with the cooperate c ilmha White la now tail fledged Tolmte He cant wander around over tnc nirin mucn out ne Keens the common warm looking ubout the fiirin for former October 8th Nichols A Young jive I up th Tolu milis The boya have done a good bit during tlio piat year and made man friend Thia is a Coud opening for aotiie one n thia mill is a paying invcatincnt One of tho creino da la c reran ttC Ed Weldon Jil is a vivid blonde about U summers old and the Lord knew how many winter lie per- fiats in nayitig he is but lb but the dry nt of axe sIiowa him to be quite ant...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 18 September 1890

- pi n 7 f C vw Aln K5 I that 1 XcwHltoui Our Ktcliitngc 11 ev Gm II Sitntnnnn Ins re Mn 1 ii the fiflntnr of the Ilemlor ion JUprift churcli KM E 11 Fat rowii minister of the CliriHtimi ehunli died at Ins h me in Princetm Iit week The Rich Groin Diaiillery nt Un iontjwn was partially ilrptroycd l fire h few dajs ngn It has i itel through three fi rs Jtn Miller cooroi n tried St unlay and fim d 8100 lot s HirR liic ky contrary ti the local laws of tliir distiict lie is working his fine cir upon the fticets Murray Lnlcr Mcfars rcmlinw A Iikc ate or- fi ting the Gid z Tol hone lor mle It n gnd rcwpnpT plan in i good uiunty ai d any one vshing t i ml ii k in tli luiiu s will tin- thjj a gold oppip ity to itneM I MUvile Ky Si p 11 -Hi in IlutilutKn a will to do lTitur ltvitg ten hete rtid well knowi u the r ptifo c aid iticrjtivc if tin Cliy sticet Udlit g Mil nihrwn if in a r d cart at noon to day and i smutty kled A tlicirat w 1 xie Wil inn ineetu j at Ilidti fr nulil Mtiicv 1b hat ll...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 September 1890

Blank Books am In A - Aik a TCfc pr HKSruKK N j a r ww w a s s nr is a nr 11 4H rra g ir x nss vtwv xssjg VWSWSb fi1 1 r i5Kl i - tnrrPQP t r rzr rTrtr - - - v I I Ifl 0 I til iv jljcca a otiin tmgcnhoim s amy iuiir iio hi una sitoes oi Sam Ougeiihcim Dont I ill to co my ttock before biying fa Sam Gugenheim Ilaya will deliver your groocrics An infant of George Heards tied J II llillyurd went to Kvaniville Tucrday John Vanhook has a now boy nl hia liuu c S I llodc olSilcm ipoiit Sun day u Marion 11 I WooMridc of Snlctu wn in town Moudiy Olc 1orii Ims it fino npw 10 lb boy nl hit liniuc The colored pccjlo Uah a ffjlivnl frim day night Dont ltcl lefrin mt8 your poultry Oct 2 and M J II llillyurd will tiQlKO into the drun butlCf tipniri inMntion Joy littlo twelve year old son si Mr 11 II Willumi died Friday The ueu Moihoi olircti Mill isbly bn fMlod xiih olntiri Mnrhftll Hughes hm a Rirl baby it hii home TIip fint ntiivil Misi Uixio thildros of IMily ilh ol Miw Noll 1 icro m mill ii tlc...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 September 1890

i J 5f t 1 v r v ff it A v I - 1 rx V is- cfm The Crittenden Press JSSUKDWKKKlY R C Walker Publisher fl Congress will endeavtr to ailjourn Oct 1 The population of Cincinnati i 29080ft nn increase ol 41li0 in ten year Eighty fiio pensions bilW in fi ty minutes was the record of tin Senate Sat urday Miller tiio lrohrbitoii candidate Tor Governor of Pcnnfylvanii with draws from tlio canvafs There iro a few record makers in the Constitutional Convention nun who lintl rather be President than right f The anti lottery bill his been sign ed by the President It is now a violation of law to nnil letters to Ictttry comi mhhf The Senate has passed a pern inn hill allowing women who served MX months as army iiurrs anil uho nrf unable to supj nrt lhet0Fclve SI2 per month The generous geniml pension laws are not satisfying demand- nt its evening fession Friday tin- House parsed 72 private prison bill The United States lrand j iry at Mirnrapoli has indicted third e men accused offoigig i aw son th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 25 September 1890

rnKJoNit w c meetings iiAUTMiVT Ll - ULKNN Kit 1 AurNT D l Matwnll was elected anil or- unod osi deacon in the C Ust Sunday ltcv Albert Wijrinston preached Imrn hist Sunday night Mlsa tlujpio mid Fred Uucss of Heihlthcin wcro in town evening- Jiuunic Kay lias heen on tlmuick lit lor a wcok r two his brother V It Kay f Kuttnwu uaiout to gfo liiut one day Inst week Misses Mary nnd OrphaotU Wyatt bio very ill of tyjdwit frvcr ihrcccfMr Oarojs fa Ally orn doii with malarial or typhoid fevor litrK and Ham Watts and Iru Hill irom near UopktiHVille have l ii lieio at nrk fannmc and car penermi fur the past weak or two Geo havmir a ice cottage erected in Kelscy V 0 Clann i tl e contractor C N llyrd hui the heft tolacoo barn in thin part of Iho State 10x00 fit and li It high to come Hen Stoke and Charley fenniK are bilin loi lor the fanners Most of tho tobacco i housed in linn c tnmunity and a laije quantity of worms left over for next ycir Onitlcy Young was in town Sun day evening with two ...

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 September 1890

h n Rift1 Vh JV u t if n H it IL r 7 - FARMER AND PLANTER COTTON PICKINC fVork Hint llrfiurr 1itttiliif Irmn Start In lliiili Tlio fall season hns fully arrWctl and with It itn ctmraclor work Ordinarily tllO COttOn harvilst will plalm tho opened cotton to wind runs trash portance of oxtrome ctiro In the plcklu of cotton to rojoct tho trmh Much of ot escoptlonally line samples is free to oner lil advlco to pick letrashaud to linprost bis tdens upon the clodhop per lirmoi in a moit pslronlzln why Hut ocry bllscrvlni piactical faim or knows that the le trash jfathored tho less baskets will unlgh and the nioro cotton will ho lott exposed In tho Hold to bo damaged by tho next sloim of rain and wind Our adlco has always lieen to push tho picking of olton to tho utmost Offer all reasonablo Inducements and nncouriponiout to tho bands to father tho largest possible amounts per d iy and let nothing Interfere itli th work or itiipcdo it except the dcmandu of other crops or york Unit can not si...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 October 1890

W 0 R 1 M D I RIENIjS AND I LluMLRS iiiti tin i in i nave moved ni to tlu Murphy house i II St vvhcir I can ou as 1 lure for the last Lin vi ais i return mv grate mil thanks forso lagi and nope a onunuance ol the mil 1 have a good stock oi rtuuner and i tirncss oi an kinds Stoves Plovvsand Drills All I will sell as low as the low est tome round and see the OLD MAN before buying and he will surprise you Yours rorever A C Gilbert S 1 SWOPE MD UVSICILY and SUIKUCOX Ttnaen hit Profttxional Suvlcvt to tho people of Mation anJ vicinity Dr T H Cossil I Dentist Marion Ky Fine Artificial Teeth A Specialty llutilwar Celluloid 1lutcs It W iu 11 II lov ixn President Cashier W C Cakvaiian V ico Prcst Marion Bank MARION KY AUTHORIZE CAPITAL mM DISCOUNTHIAlKlt LOANS MONKY KKCKIVKS ItKIOSITB IllVa Arfl SKUS hXCUANUK MAKKdCOMKrriONS UKVI ITTANOKS ole etc Ao rtlri tpnimliv The ptlronc oT ll t oj u pulirilf BLUK 4c ULUeT u Oftire In CotirllMi Van1 MAUION KV J Bell Kevil Attorney-at-Law n ml Viii icw h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 October 1890

R s9 to A r - f - - A A as i 11 uni mMttwim Hnrmawxi jggsiggis BEPagjSi tiUHBKi jflBLI V- ihf Ifojif m LirrsMc were miirncH ncv ur I U Umkit Publisher i ivuHp K It- ciliicicl they wiilic te tlie torilUt 0f Carrxville K T gut- en i tciliy Fire IViiiiLh a niiiiiiiliitr fur Core vhiikvat Milton Ky Sunday Initii dm irefcnt tenn of Cm Durir B the pnenl ctsionol Con tia ICJh bills and jmrtreouii ti note pnf9iil Tleienrc ttveral candidates f r the Republican nomination m the Klcventh Uonprcstional nistrict Gov Buckner has proposed an amendment to the constitution pro viding that all educational funds payable out of the State Treasury and derived by a direct tax levied upon nil tho people ot the State fIiiII bo supplemented by an equal min to bo raised by the county city town or school district as a condi precedent to receiving auch State aid and tho General Assembly hall direct by law the terms and preliminary conditions upon which such State aid shall hereafter be given coi sistent with t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 October 1890

Dont Give US M Ttii A Tho Princeton Presbytery will convene ut this place Thursday eve ning After ithe reguhr session winch consumes threo days services will be continued it th church fur some days W I Nunn left Saturday lor hm homo inFloridi He spent several weeks with his friend here and wouid ho remained longei had not the approach of winter reminded lulu u tin Mourning flayers ol hi adopted State He fust went to Flo rida suverul jeais ago bs the lint treatment lor consumption and the itilf brcizcs give him n new hold ol life Last netk a Cypni fortutiu teller Llthcrod in a good many f0 cent pieces around town There is noth ing like haNiiig a iortune even if it is u told one and who can oomc neuter raising the curtain and re vealing the fuluro than a Jypsio woman We opine tint thoro arc many happy hearts in town await ing lor the luture t bring into real ity tbo dream of the Ciypsie Hev Charln Atchison the young pastor ol thorn Methodist churches in this circuit ill leave for ilsr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 2 October 1890

HI ACR1CULTURAL1IIITTL lClVJJir Hi li I LAN Ail I BS CONVENIINTCOWSTABLt PPM to M CltIS till Ncl St 1 Utft St P 111 St i th Mario 1 loi Hi iB iifBiiinin iMar - i lewst In tho story of MnrLil M WJ FiMt juimJ f i iimf cm jVench mall to emit to tho oil w MOCk Ul Kim A uhrrllr of Urn American Agr4 I ountf r i i iU H now hKary tl orUMock rotr r w itrli ukaniploilMscrllio mr onlnlnr on tlmNow ran -- - rJfS of con staLlft bikiiiim 01 nncimib ket y First ttio lam is built on rlslnf lue btame of tlit story Is m ioi HBj irrouncl with ample Jralnao requiring lo ai relaud br Mine Hlanlc Bufl bo floor to ktop olio feet dry boloir 1111 maiden name wos Mario llton JgfK built on a low eoncrvto wall Ixtccn jaUl to America In lTS with Will lilt I III Ejftjgg incur thltk and twelve Inilios lilfc li iam ani Hohi rt Orr ixus anl ttirlr 111 llll R13 smc tho urNc It Ims a balloon ln I I n as eiwjsirru as mild to Mr gWPaPWWpHPBgWWPPiBPPPjgap liH nKflR rm ulth lf xiintHrtlnv roof anil ltobtrt Ironies 1 lie ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 October 1890

gyTBt 1 1 MmU HAIR BALSAM rut im titifw u f fM4 m lirkl tvtH N w rlU tt Ktur Urj littr to It Youthful Color IVw r lt kf utift triuHimt Ib ux i - It im Knl InftlNlHln IrJilxt l rwslti n HINPCRCORN rt7 27L fs3ivs9iiBI IIMllIVllHTMl win i u 100 TUNES he m U ewy Opvm To prr M4thr ri M U 4t miar l fettijritFiv Vr irtcur AUK TUB HBT roittHS rXAHTKIOJ in Tit nuiiui TTt tut lUntttitltt K rl Itwkehc IVftor M l id WwiM fc rJtr er om ciciUonJ I rrun ui Quick Relief from ituB nl Mrlur V k MM Iff l II BO MWi lllilrlMIL or lUo l ucti tmww nutriT crt r 1 VAMH ALL ACHES AND PAINS IV Nnmrt IWIICtp al llr il YrMUUIM llintitM cMlinej4Irrriiacr - M KTV QUICK AMI UUHIC W1 h tuU of irHVJ on rreit I of c UlirwvnJlOK iiniti im in p IL WWitwx II II Lcuno President Canhicr V C Cakkahan Wc 1rcst Marion Bank MARION KY AirraotiZEn wrmu 200000 DISCOUNTS P A PKH IOAN8 MONEY KKOKIVKS DKIOSITS I1UYS A MU 8KII KXUHANHF U AKKS COUiKCTIONS HKMirrANCOtoolc All ttc roonIU Th pltonge uf tho ItOpIo la IJLUEHLUE j5Lttornov...

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