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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 30 May 1907

'" 0 V r q&gZF&m"!? DorCt evil niht lon from toothache neurediev. or rheumatism Sloeavrs Liivinveivt kills the pedn quiets the nerves end induces sleep At eJI dealers. Price 25c 50c &H00 Dr Earl S. Slo&rv, Bostorv.MoLSS.U.S.A. HOT WEATHER AHEAD. How to Keep The Kitchen Cool And Comfortable In Mid-Summer. Many a housewife i -wondering how she will juss through the coming summer months with the stove she well knows will make the kitchen unhoarably hot-to say nothing of the dirt, dust and ashes that will add to the discomfort. There ih a way out of it all-a way that not only lessens the work and keeps the kitchen cool, but that also reduces fuel expense. This convenience, comfort and economy is all effected by the New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cooking-Stove, an oil stove so superior to other makes. that it is fast replacing the coal and wood range, the old-fashion oil stovo and in many cases the gas stove. rVnyone who has had to wait ten or fifteen minutes for the ...

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. — 30 May 1907

I "9 1 i r mma ri5'r DoKt &U niht lon3 from toothache neureJiev. or rheumatism Sloeur:s IJuvmveivt kills the peun quiets the nerves end induces sleep At eJI dealers. Price 25c 50c &H00 Dr. E&rl S. Slo&rv, Bostoix.MolSS.U.S.A. HOT WEATHER AHEAD. How to Keep The Kitchen Cool And Comfortable in Mid-Summer. Many a housewife is wondering how she will pass through the coming summer months with tho stove she well knows will make the kitchen unhearably hot-to say nothing of tho dirt, dust and ashes that will add to the discomfort. There is a way out of it all -a way that not only lessens the work and keeps tho kitchen cool, but that also reduces fuel expense. This convenience, comfort and economy is all effected by the New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cooking-Stove, an oil stove so superior to other makes that it is fast replacing the coal and wood range, the old-fashion oil stove and in many cases the gas stove. Anyone who has had to wait ton or fifteen minutes for the fi...

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. — 30 May 1907

t ", "T ", MV'-T ), " TO?' T- . i.' 4'4.4,Hi, 4 HH44"44H444'4M. ,HI I SIX GALA DAYS a $ MARION BEGINNING t Monday, May 27th 9 West's Greater Amusement Co. t A Good Time For Everybody ! Will Furnish All the Attractions. Free Acts Afternoon and Night ! J Don't Fail to Ride on the $10,000 Merry-Go-Round ! j Six Big Days in Marion ! Jolliest Days of the Week ! 4 P:J.. U!.L1 l:A.. U!UAf1 1 1 ill t UA..1 B 0.. H j, riiudy nigui oucieiy mgni ine inrong will uc wuiror run. TTTTTTTTTTTTTT TT V W TTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTT I I. II. Ill HI I. MW WW TOTAL LOSS 1 o INSURANCE M i M-at il cr !.i h tell its own t i uttiPR oil till to- v that which should n done todny. . ting to ins u re ( 1h oi mnny mil- t dollars every year i rtv owners. Don't of them, but grt isiuancc now. intent one of the . insurance offices i.tnd, and without i tin- oldest in the , ' i inn fHtnMihf d in LET ME INSURE YOUR PROPERTY Jno. A. Moore TRIBUNE Mr Wtlln Tower) went t Monday on a luinp' tnj. l r. Frank Travis ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 30 May 1907

X I ' V, Tl " V'Tm jfrH'4,4"fr4'4"i"t"frHi.4.4,,4) ,4,mjmj,jhj,j,,,h, ,1 SIX GALA DAYS! ' a MARION A Happy family. J. J. Mann, of Foniyco, Ark., writes: 1 I'ae Curhitedt's Gorninn Liver Power 1 for ten yours, cured my wife of fomnlc j trouble. Haven't had n doctor for six yearn, formerly paid two or three ' doctor hills :i year. Would not be with-1 out it. Worth ita weight in gold' Guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Act Price rc. Sold by nil druggists. HI rTDIP ..(KIIKSTFOR ev HH, HMSNKivS BITTERS AND KIDXCYd WANTED! HICKORY HANDLES 34 inches long, 2 1-2 x 2, $20 per M. The above can be made of Red or White llinknri' tlnmi nlnnr tiftlbCI. 20 inches, all white, 2 1-2 20 inches, two-thirds white, finches, all white, 16 inches, two-thirds white Must No n( oil uwa np.c.Ua and all defects. This slort stock must be of young hickory. Will be taken up and M for in car load lots on any railroad switch. Anywhere ktween 8,000 and 15.000 pieces to the car. Subject to our ""Pcction. $15 pe...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 30 May 1907

jHt?f! i t ! TRAINS CHANGE TIME We change time at noon Sunday, May 26, trains arrives at Marion as follows: NORTH BOUND No. 332 8 a. in. Kvansvillc accommodation arrive E'villc 10:45. ' 200 1:25 p. m. Mattoon Express arrive Mattoon 5:25 p. m. 302 5:55 p. m. Local Mail arrive E'villc S:50 p. m. " 20 10:13 p. m. Chicago Limited arrrive Chicago i):15 a. ni. SOUTH BOUND No 25 4:40 a. m. Chicago Limited. 321 11:30 a. m. E'villc, Nashville Mail arrive N'ville 0:32. 205 3:55 p. ni. E'ville Hopkinsvillc Exp. arr. H'villc 0:25. " 331 7:35 p. m. Princeton Accommodation arr. Princeton S:30. Yours Truly, W. L. VENNER( Agent. S) TOLU, The patent churn man has been with us several days. Children's Day here second Sunday in June. Bob and Charlie Lear, L. E. Guess and Rev. E. D. Boggcss left the first of the week for Sturgis, where they will be in attendance at the District Conference. Forest Harris spent Friday in Marion. Uncle Billy Hardin, of Irma, was in town last week. Some few from here atten...

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. — 30 May 1907

rx; LB wtmr IK?' 1" . W JE !W?fVf'T,'rfwf',,; V I AjS J tif f jmfcett ftetartK 4P? VOL. 28. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 30. 1907. NUMBER152. mrs. wm. Mckinley dead Died Sunday at Noon at Her Home in Canton Ohio President Roosevelt Attended the Funeral Canton, Ohio May 27. At 1:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon Mrs. "William McKinlcy fell into the sleep that knows no awaking. The transition from life to death was so peaceful and gradual that it was with difficulty that the vigilant physicians and attendants noted when dissolution finally came. There was no struggle nor pain. At the McKinlcy home when death came, there were present: Secretary Cortelyon, Mr. , and Mrs. M. C. Barber, Mre. Sarah Duncan, Mrs. Luther Day, Justice and Mrs. Wm. R. Day, Drs. Portman and Rixey and the nurses. The funeral arrangements so far as made arc that Dr. Buxton will have charge of the services, which are to be simple. They will bo held at the McKinley home at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Secret...

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. — 30 May 1907

Is HnHBR7fivjn; jX i ?rrvnvirii,T "iiF..iir k v fc .v 'Jt (' "v inivwmwBW'.v ,r : ( .4- ; , , 1 m," o ? i SB aoi ri DO YOU WANT TO BUY A BUGGY OR SURREY? IF SO GO VO T. H. Cochran & Company They have the famous Delker and Owensboro buggies in all styles. They can sell you a Top Buggy with leather trimmings and leather quarter top, Harness, Lap Robe and Whip all complete for $45.00 o D o We have just received a car of Studebaker Wagons Wc have over 500 of these wagons in use and they arc all giving entire satisfaction. Arc you going to paint your house? If so use the best, its the cheapest, The best is New Era Paint You can't reap if you don't sow. Meadows are looking awful bad. Come get a few bushels of Millet Seed Ik) NOT GUILTY ChailCeS Are Against Entering IntO Trial Monday at Sandyhook. Lexington. Ky.. May '2o Judse James Hariri- was declared not guilty by the jury this morning alter the body had deliberated on the case one houi. The jury wa taken to the courthouse shortly 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. — 30 May 1907

r 1. I I. I tr Ys W Rfc' (.-. i J;',. 'lTi Hill r ur O That hacking cough continues 5! Because your system is exhausted and your powers of resistance weakened. Take Scott's Emulsion. 0 It builds up and strengthens your entire system, x It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest. ALL DRUGGISTS i SOe. AND $1.00 A G LILLY DALE j Mrs. Susan Boistcr is sick at this writing. Mrs. Belle Moore died at the home of her father, Mr. Dock Buckalcw, of consumption, and was buried at the Cookseyvillc cemetery Friday. Mcsdamcs Minnie Loyd and Maud Dcboc went to I'rcdonia shopping Friday. G. W. Sutton and children visited his son near Iron Hill Saturday and Sunday. The'wife of Billy James died last Wednesday. She had been a sufferer of cancer for several years. She was laid to rest in the new cemetery at Craynevillc Thursday. Her funeral was preached at Craynevillc church by Bro. Paris. Misses Jiillie and Nona Dcboc visited their sister, Mrs. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 30 May 1907

"mrWJ YOU WILL DO WELL To Investigate Today the STYLE QUALITY PRICE FINISH OF Yandell-Gugenheim Company's CLOTHING mat Jil- jy -- S 1 1?. ---i i 4 fi u I IK I A I SUITS W .rfJ PANTS f T iCP T 1 S ' I Ml S IBk M Our Clothing appeals to the Wearer who wants BEST STYLE FOR LESS PRICE We fit old men, young men, boys and children. Ctjc Crtttcnbcn PrcSS'tUcorb S. M. JENKINSlEditor and Publisher. GEO. M. GRIDER, Associate Editor. Entered a second-class matter June :5tli, 1S79. at the postothce at Marion, K, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. Sincte copies mailed 05 : month mailed to any address is " " " 3 months 2$ ' " " 5 months 50 " " J " ',', x.oo 6 years 5.00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IF NOT Mill CASH IN ADVAS.XE, Slncle copies mailed J 1 month mailed to any address 15 " " " months "5 " " " I ear THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1907. We are authorized to announce R. H. THOMAS a candidate for Assessor, to fill out the unexpired term of J. Anthony David...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 30 May 1907

fW3 ' Y"" i ; ' iiJW 5!- K sB id inc ikuc ili ur unnAmcdo, SB And We Invite You to Give Our Entire Line a Test in Regard to Value. V $. 'i & c in t ?. " t sB SB SB SB SB SB sB SB sB SB sB sB sB sB sB sB sB sB sB sB SB sB 0 STOCK OFFERED "Sterling" and Perfection Clothing Is "Preferred Stock" for it actually represents BETTER STYLE BETTER FIT and better workmanship, and is expressly "preferred" by a vast multitude of people who have worn them and know their value. This "stock" is offered in small shares, viz: One or More Suits to Each Person. Our line of EXTRA PANTS Is also complete in every detail. WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES AND PLEASE YOU TOO Soft Shirts With Collars Attached from 50 Cents to $2.50 Each. Complete line of white and negligee shirts in regular and coat cut patterns. Swell line of Ties and Suspenders. 33encb Catlorcfr Clothca & " ' tmmmmtwwtm F.W Nunn, dentist, Press Building Mrs. J. W. Flynn left Thursday for Nebo. Forest Harris, of Tolu, was in the city, Friday....

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 30 May 1907

ft 1. a. DoKt lAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE EANSVILLE, INDIAN. A SCHOOL WITH A REPUTATION' &11 niht from tootheiche neured0ie. or rheumatism Sloeavrs Lyirvinveivt kills the pedn quiets the nerves end induces sleep At eJI dealers. Price 25c 50c &H00 Dr E&rl S. Slo&tv, Bosorv,Mo.ss. U.S.A. HOT WEATHER AHEAD. How to Keep The Kitchen Cool And Comfortable in Mid-Summer. .Many a housewife i- wondering how .-he will p is? through the coining "umtiicr months with the stove she well know will make the kitchen unbearably hot-to say nothing of the dirt, dust and ashes that will add to the discomfort. There i. a way out ot it all -a way that not only lessens the work aud keeps the kitcheu cool, but that also reduces fuel expense. This convenience, comfort and economy is all effected by the New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cooking-Stove, au oil stove so superior to other makes that it is fast replacing the coal and wood range, the old-fashion oil stove and in many cases the ga stove. ...

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. — 30 May 1907

l3" U. Monday, May ? a ) waa wwi i, v Will For Everybody Don't Fail to in Marion ! Friday Night "Society Night" The Throng will be rivvs V ? 'TTTTTTTTtTTtTTTTTTT pa w ttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt SIX GALA DAYS MARION $ West's Greater ju vs J f A Good Time Six Big Days 'TA ITTT'l 1 IWIWMMMMWII TOTAL LOSS NO INSURANCE ! c I Is the oft repeated expres sion which tells its own tale of putting off till tomorrow that which should have been done today. Neglecting to i n s u re causes a loss of many millions of dollars every year to property owners. Don't be one of them, but get your insurance now. I represent one of the strongest insurance offices in the land, and without question the oldest in the world, being established in 1710. LET ME INSURE YOUR PROPERTY Jno. A. Moore 0 MMMBAMMWMMMMAAMMMMMMMM WAN HICKORY '1 I1 4 4 1 T TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTT'vTTTTTTTTTTTT TRIBUNE Mr. Willis Towery went to Princeton Monday on a business trip. Mrs. Frank Travis has gone to Louiville to visit her son...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 30 May 1907

TOLU. The patent churn man has been with us several days. Children's Day here second Sunday in June. Kob and Charlie Lear, L. E. Guess and Rev. E. D. Boggess left the first of the week for Sturgis, where they will be in attendance at the District Conference. Forest Harris spent Friday in Marion. Uncle Billy Hardin, of Irma, was in town last week. Some few from here attended the Gentry Bros', show. Mrs. Will Houston, of Carrsvillc, spent several days here last week visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hugh Watson attended the Livingston County Sunday School Convention at Lola Saturday. Sure Cure For Malaria. Try Yucatan Chill Tonic, superior to all, acceptable to the most delicate person, One bottle will work wonders. Guaranteed uuder the Pure Food and jJrugs Act. Pi ice 50c. Sold by all drtWKists, .. NEW SALEM Our sick are improving. One-fourth of the corn yet to plant. The wheat crop promises to be a very short one this year. t Carter McDowell was the first farmer to set...

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. — 6 June 1907

M r a 1 . r p. jt . - . r. K . Force Man to Help Destroy His Own Bed of Plants Blood Hounds go to the Place. Princeton, Ky., May 27, Saturday nitjht, between the hours of 12 and 1 o'clock, about thirty-five masked men went to the home of Noble Robinson, of near Cobb, and after firing several volleys, ordered him to come out of his house. The order was obeyed and it is said Mr. Robinson was forced to go with the men to his tobacco bed and participate in its destruction. He was given a hoc and told him to get busy, which it is claimed he did. All the men are said to have been masked, and as a result, Mr. Robinson was unable to recognize any of them. Several nights ago the tobacco beds of Mr. Lee Pollard, and his tenant were destroyed by night riders, and it is thought that the same men who destroyed Mr. Pollard's plant beds arc the ones who visited Mr. Robinson. The Hopkinsville Kcntuckian says: Two plant beds on the farm of J. A. Miles at Benncttstown were robbed, the thief pulling a...

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. — 6 June 1907

If t "W LASHED TO A GOW Oakland City Lad Dragged Through Lumber Yard Skull Is Fractured. Oakland City, Ind., May III). Bennic Boone, aged nine years, son of William Boone, a well known resident, is lying at the point of death as the result of injuries sustained in an accident here. The lad was driving a cow to pasture when he decided to tie the rope around his body. He had not been lashed to the cow in this manner long before she became frightened and began to run through Molly Crawford's lumber yard. The boy was thrown violently againt a post and lumber stack and his head was badly bruised and his torn away. A piece of the as large as the hand was torn from his head and he wa rendered unconscious. Had the rope not been broken in two it is likely the boy would have been killed outright. Immediately after the accident young Boone was taken to his home and Dr. 11. S. Masou was summoned to dress his injuries. There were uo broken bones as far as he could discover, except a bad fracture...

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. — 6 June 1907

I? I ' 77- ' J2 444444400006M040 Consumption is less deadly than it used to be. & Certain relief and usually complete recovery $ will result from the following treatment : O . , . . Hope, rest, rresh air, Emulsion. ALL DRUGGISTS: 60c. . - fiV 4H0"04"fra"0"G"fr444fr64fr DID HiS BEST FOR HIS CHUM But Kentucky Lawyer Gould Not Secure Acquittal 'for His Friend In Arizona, Who was Charged With Murder. Hopkinsville. Ky., May 30. Commonwealth's Attorney Deuny P. Smith, who went to Prescott, Ariz., several days ago for the purpose of defending his friend and former schoolmate, T. G. Roach, who was in prison there oti a charge of murder, has returned. Mr Smith was not successful iu getting Mr. Roach oil entirely, owing to the mass of circumstantial evidence. The verdict of the jury was murder in the second degree, but with a recommendation for elementy under which it is thought the sentence fixed will be very light. The crime for which Mr. Roach was convicted was committed in the town of...

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. — 6 June 1907

;iv i fjc (Crittenbcn S, M. JENKINSlEditor and Publisher. GEO. M. GRIDER, Associate Editor. Entered as matter June :5th. 1S79. at tlie postofhee at Marlon. Ky.. under the Act cl Congress of March 3rd, 1S73 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. Mnsle copies mailed 05 1 month mailed to any address M " " " : months 55 " " " 5 months 50 " " " 1 year :.oo " " " 5 years 5.00 TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION IF NOT TAID CASH IN ADVANCE, Single copies mailed oj 1 month mailed to any address 15 " " " 5 months " " " j year 1,50 THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 190 We are authorized to announce R. H. THOMAS a candidate for Assessor, to fill out the unexpired term of J. Anthony subject to the action of the Republican party. He endorses the local option law. At this stage of the game, it is a wise favorite sou that knows how bis .state will go at the finish. Missouri reports are to the effect that the friends of both Fairbanks and Taft are doing their best to show her. The Houston Post tells of a car load of Te...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 June 1907

i. rv PT3V V S I MIS INCLUDES YQU! I S Satisfactory Service S To everyone in 4S Each Suit is the l Result obtained. S Likewise you will 3 Indeed appreciate j None like the j Genuine Bench Tailored 3C) 3S and Hand Finished 2S) " Sterling Suits" We also have a large Stock of EXTRA PANTS C) ' in all sizes, and will 4 Save You Money ! 4S S WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES S AND PLEASE YOU TOO 33 IBS F.W.Nunn, dentist, Press Building J. W. Blue was in Princeton Monday. C. K. Wcldon was in Eddyvillc Friday. Col. L: H. James was in Evansville Friday. Fred Hippcl, of Madisonvillc, was in town Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, C. S. Monday for Cincinnati. Nunn left Farmers you will find Eskew Bros, headquarters for machine oil. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ray, of were in the city Monday. Miss Laura Miles, of Paducah, spent Sunday with Miss Lillie Cook. Miss Tressio Graham, of Madison-ville, is the guest of Mrs. W, 0. Tucker. Mrs. Ken Williams and children, -of Providence, are visiting relatives in this city. Miss Iva Ph...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 June 1907

A VST 'pI H IVv i 7y?7Y:;F RHEUNATIS CURED The Circulation Stimulated and the Muscles and Joints lubricated by using Sloaovs Lirunvervt Okx f Sold 'Sloan's Address Home Ghat, Kcry bo ueed: a place of ln i;i uwu iu ins ueiongiugs, auu snouiu oe allow eu to exercise Ms own idea, in arranging and caring for u.eiu. up ,.i on.y tnis room, ; out ne want- it; nc may uot realize just what he want, but that want i there.' If pi iblo give the boy a whole room to himself; it will be more appreciated than if shared with another. Any place where the boy can lodsic ih consideied good enough lor him: his mother worries because he is not ; neat anu that he has a tendency to spend all his time any place but at home. The mother will plan to give the daughter a room and have it furnished to suit her fancy, but she feels'satisfied that the boy would not appreciate a neat, pretty room, that is not his nature to do so. Lace, ribbons and cushion will not play the important part in the boys room that they ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 June 1907

r Cumberland River Traffic. Tho importance of traffic on the Cumberland river is evidenced by the announcement made by H. W. Buttorff, manufacturer and capitalist, of Nashville, to the effect that a river depot will be built at tho north end of the wharf in that city. This will give Nashville's river front a commanding appearance, an effect that has been largely produced by the building of the Illinois Central and Southern Railway passenger depot and freight sheds. The purpose of the river depot is to enable shippers to deliver their consignments to the steamboat companies at any time, instead of having to wait until the boat comes to the , wharf, as they now have to do. Livington Banner. Badly Mixed Up. Abraham Brown, of Winterton, N. Y., had a very remarkable experience; he says; Doctors got badly mixed up over me; one said heart disease; two called it kidney trouble; the fourth, blood poison, andt he fifth, stomach and liver trouble; but none of them helped me; so my wife advised...

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