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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 4 July 1907

ll I 9 i i 1 j f : Lb 1 m m m : ;, lj'j ft s CARTWRITH'S EXPERIENCE Leaves on Record His experience With a Wicked Woman Tells How She Faught Him. Hardly a reader of these columus that has not heard of "Peter one of the first preachers of the "Dark and Bloody Ground." "We give bolow one among his many experiences with the uncultured people of his day. This preacher was a good man and a useful preacher, his wife war. directly the reverse in almost everything that was good, save she was believed to be virtuous. She was high tempered, over-bearing, and a violent opposorol religion She would not fix her husbands clothes for him to go out and preach and was unwilling he should ask a blessing at his table or pray in the family and when he would attempt to pray she would uot conform, but would tear around and make all the noise and disturbance in her power. She would turn over chairs while he was reading and singing, or praying and if she could not stop him auy other way, she would catch 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. — 4 July 1907

I 40444440440004000,,0; The effect of malaria last a long time. You catch cold easily or become run-down because of the after effects of malaria. Strengthen vouraelf wiU Emulsion. It builds new blood system. A ALL DRUGGISTS! 000000000000000000000000.fr MYSTERY OF THE NILE How Water in the Historic Rim is 1 Regulating the Harrest. Ivory inornlnp from a littlo room III t i t irreat wiuio ihhim on (He of tho Nilo, nl Aunotiu, it k'i by toltjtrapta to Cairo the ...ti'Mi, "How tuneh watcr7' . answer Mints, no Huajr thoutaud i n tnoro. or to uuitjr thousand i , .in less. A button i preated, water which flows m.dtr the iron :- at Cairo is tRtrviiMd or di- ' xliod sotu ten day later in rtlauce with the telegraphic mt. r, and tho imorrtiiiut; valley H.rti AssOiiaH and Cairo hru a lit- .. n or a little le water on iu ' tic Tho wan ut th button i. Inns joy or borrow to thousands itt.t (arms it is ail according to tnraf(e ho receive. 1 r. in tho great white hoove there ud aero the rher a granit...

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. — 4 July 1907

N PR rfl 1.! s. 1 B at 1 Cot Sin 1 m 2 m ID Ul 6 71 Sin 1 to 5 I I T UC uni SOI pul opl I - wh ma we wi fio en tn ow Cl( as be Hi su fe nc ar ot G wl tli Tl I" tr in tli in th P' th ru flHB I I 1 ff?i jSXX At prices that will appeal to you. Keep Your Head Cool With one of our STRAW HATS ! Summer Wash Dress Goods Must Go ! The Style and Price Will Sell Them ! Waist Goods, Belts, Hosiery, MMMMMMfiMWimMMmmMMMM Efje Crittcnbcn S. M. JENKINSIEditor and Publisher. GEO. M. GRIDER. Associate Editor. Entered as second-class matter Jane sith. tSrj. at the pojtoffice at Marian. Kr-. under the Act of Congress of March jrd, 189 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ' STRICTLY CASH IS ADVANCE. Single copies mailed oj t month mailed to any address M " " " 2 months .15 " " " 5 months .............. .50 " " " t year t.oo " " " 6 rears 3.00 TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION IF NOT PAID CASH IN ADVANCE, Sincle copies mailed oj 1 month mailed to anr address 15 " " 5 months ?j " i year t 54 THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1907. )Ve are authoriz...

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. — 4 July 1907

.. ANU I HER RECORD BROKEN ! I 9 j lOur Clothing Sales ! & -C Continues to increase, and those who have not examined our SUITS FOR MEN AND BOYS, ; Should Do So Before Buying ! J Look at suits we arc showing for S $5.50 and $6.75 Each And compare them with $10 Suits Found Elsewhere. An Extra Saving ON EXTRA PANTS! ) Is What You Will Find in This Line. VU GIVE YOU GOOD VALltS 3S AND PLEASE YOU TOO Our business for the month of June surpassed any 2 previous June, and our sales for the first half of 1907 has far exceeded the first six months of any previous gtr year, which evidently shows that more people are learn- ( ing of the values we give and the way we treat custom- g ers and that they always find just what we advertise. Big Saving ON Dress Goods and Waistings Fancy and White Parasols, Elbow Gloves in the cotton, lisle and silk. Come See for Yourself. JUST RECEIVED Another large lot of Druggets, and Mattings, And uc save you money from what you have to pay elsewhere. See them....

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. — 4 July 1907

W ,? If Qs 'J t! ' U B i. i'. Ut It I DoKt I.ICORrOXATES fiaWHwSWfl 6.11 niht lon from toothcxche neureJ3iev. or rheumatism Sloeavis Liivinveivt kills the pedn quiets the nerves end induces sleep At eJI dealers. Price 25c 50c &H00 Dr Eexrl S. Sloa.rv, Boston., Mess. U.S.A. In the Electrical World. The smallest olectnca! motor in tho world can be carried iti the vt pocket or worn a a watch charm The largest electrical motor in the world was recently installed by the General Klcctric Company for tho Indiana Steel Corporation. It is a G,000 horse .owor induction motor. Tho uew tantalum and tungsten lamps, placed on tho market within the past fow mouth?, have roducod the cost of iueandeseont lighting one-third for the same amount of light. About seventy difforent kinds of aloetrie heating and cooking device. are manufactured to-day for ordinary household use. The latest and most important stop in electrical manufacture is the i electrification of steam roads. This promises to be one...

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. — 4 July 1907

kin. lf W w .t. i ,Wr T' T- i" M I :. i ' li: r i H- i.. 'i. iff Ml,. ' Hogwallow News. !.!' l,i ii .wnngcr has joined the 1 ddlmg Hiuid. Kllick , mj instrument yut and M , jet one lio will be n r iti tho baud. I) pug Hill proaehor wns v ! Ins sermon last Sun-i ui the window and sit 1 tliu Horinon. (i mmmjii for groon bug. 0 ( it your money on the , )..u loose, no inattor if might near winning. i) Had tlio misfortune to unoorked tho otbor ' Mined in it. 0 ' (I ng for a a m it II oyinloin , w to do U to marry a ! r H'h girl with a big 0 ti Allsop ban wroto a I otry whieh she will ibr columns of the I i:tiK' Tb uauit of the I aui longing for a Man . II m Wbiahia Yet IV rny Froo. " It will , t idverlisointnt. )-' n.;age around tba lwby'i , -, triii it from trying witb il fjv boiM bartl, will . aod bout if wora from pout mil n.t,t rtliof by iUjjiof . dj lor a fow MOBib. it- ' . if fcalo 11- i. iruy lb ' t water. II 1 .. . mar bo iniMOiliatfllj , il.. palioNl ataaJiag OB r hrad for tea m...

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. — 4 July 1907

RK " w i TFT TTTj'lWliI" l i .w IHT 6h2? TOLU. Hi 1 I III II ; muv i b i M tH I 1 H W 1'. The farmers have begun harvesting wheat. Mrs. Jose Hammonds is among the sick. Rev. Turpin, cf Ularfcsville, Tcnn., has taken charge of the Presbyterian church here, preaching the initial sermon Sunday. Kcv. J. A. Wheeler preached at Blooming Rose school house Sunday. Rev. E. I). Boggcss preached at Hurricane Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Tackwell, of Irma, visited their daughter, Mrs. L. K. Hardin, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Learner Guess spent Sunday with the family of Taylor Guess on the island. Mr. and Mrs. 1'. II. Stewart, of Hardesty, shopped in town Saturday. John and Clarence Rcalmcar, of Pleasant Grove, spent Saturday night and Sunday at J. M. Belt's near town. Jim Curncll, of Blooming Rote, Chas. Pittilo, of Liberty Grove, and Wm. Tinsley, of Milford, were seen on our streets Saturday. i m m New graham tiour Morris & Yates LILLY DALE. Mrs. Jennie Brown and daughter, Lucy, visit...

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. — 4 July 1907

ty "n -'-" ft rW'.jijupiiiiLJt 'u mwMj rW'JXtW. , r 1M,i. 9 til imhm MtmthStt m VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 4, 1907. NUMBER 5 i"H w s. I V WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Decorate the 6raves of Their Deceased Sovereigns Rer. Elgin Makes Appropriate Address The Woodmen of the World on last Sunday afternoon decorated the graves of Sovereigns W. T. Carloss and Thomas Morgan, as an honor to their memory and to express a brotherly rcverance for their worth. The Woodmen formed a line of march at the their Camp and headed by the Silver Cornet Band, of Marion, followed by a large number of Woodmen, marched to the cemetery, where a large crowd of people had assembled to witness the ceremonies. The Woodmen formed a 'wedi;e" about the graves of Sovereigns Carlos and Morgan and when the Band and Sovereigns had assembled about the grave, Rev. Virgil Elgin, who had been asked by Rosewood Camp No. 22, of Marion, only a few minutes before the Woodmen started to the cemetery, to speaK, g...

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. — 4 July 1907

GARTWRITH'S EXPERIENCE Leaves on Record His experience With a Wicked Woman Tells How She Faught Him, Hardly a reader ol these columns that ha not heard of "Peter one of the first preachers of the "Dark and Bloody Ground." We give below one among Ins many experiences with the uncultured people of his day. This preacher was a good man and a useful preacher, hi- wife wa directly the reverse in almost everything that was good, save she was believed to be virtuous. She was his;h tempered, over-bearing, and a violent oppo.erol religion She would not fix her husbands clothes for him to go out and preach and was unwilling he hould ask a bio iriir at hi table or pray in the family and when he would attempt to pray he would not conform, but would tear around and make all the noise and disturbance in her power. She would turn over chairs while he wa reading and or prayim: and if she could not stop him any other way, she would catch a cat and throw it in hi- face while he wa kneeling to pray. P...

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. — 4 July 1907

l TOZjnrn . t'wi v ,. Y ' JVJ V' 1' fiy,J '"'' ITT m'j 5 ' rwrvv " -" '&; IX 400044004404444444060, The effect of malaria lasts a long time. You catch cold easily or become rundown because of the after effects of malaria. Strengthen yourself with Scott's Emulsion. It builds new blood and tones up your nervous system. ALL DRUGGISTS; 50c. AND $1.00. MYSTERY OF THE NILE How Water In the Historic River is Regulating the Harvest. Every morning from a little room of a great white house ou the eastern shore of the Nile, at Assuoan, is clicked by telegraph to Cairo the question, "How much water?' The answer comes', so many thousand gallons more, or so many thousand gallons less. A button is pressed, the water which Hows under the iron bridge at Cairo is increased or diminished some ten days later in Accordance with the telegraphic answer, and the intervening valley between Assouau and Cairo has a little more or a little less water on its surface. The man st the button may bring joy or 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. — 4 July 1907

WJ h m .B I (B2i I V -V" , NT"i,, 'K " MgsMMi nj3pSlPS M A RARE CHANCE TO BUY At prices that will appeal to you. Keep Your Head Cool With one of our STRAW HATS ! S. M. JENKINSIEditor and Publisher. GEO. M. GRIDER, Associate Editor. Entered as second-class matter June :5th 13-5 at the postorhce at Marian, Ky under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, TERMS Oh SUBSCRIPTION &TRICTH CASH IN ADVANCE. bingle copies mailed OS i month mailed to any address is " " " a months :s " ' ' 5 months so " " ' t year too " " ' Byears s.oo TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IF NOT PAID CASH IN AENANCE. Sinsle copies mailed os i month mailed to any addres tj " ' ' 5 months -' ' " ear i 53 THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1907. We are authorized to announce B, H, THOMAS. a candidate for Assessor, to rill out th? unexpired term of J. Anthony Davidson, subject to the action of the Republican party. He endorses the local option law. A prominent divine of this city who lias travelled extensively, remarked yesterday that the people we...

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. — 4 July 1907

TTt77 iTKi -7-T Tr; ' nu.; r. ,.,, -rrniii: "" j?5?,ri5w '""'" vsTia mmmmmmmmmmmmMMmmmmmmmmmmm RECORD BROKEN i Our Clothing Sales ! Continues to increase, and those who have not examined our SUITS FOR MEN AND BOYS, Should Do So Before Buying ! Look at suits we are showing for $5.50 and $6.75 Each And compare them with $10 Suits Found Elsewhere. An Extra Saving ON EXTRA PANTS ! Is What You Will Find in This Line. WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES AND PLEASE YOU TOO ORME'S DRUG STORE Summer Dryness Thirsty, parched, dry as a bone; the heat seems to penetrate to every part of ypu. That summer languor steals upon you and makes every effort a labor. How nice,' how refreshing a glass of omr cool, refreshing, satisfying ice-cream soda, egg phosphate, cherry sisters, mint julep or nut sundae I Sparkling, fizzing, cooling and thirst-quenching I Come in and Cool Off. Twentieth Century Sanitary Soda Fountain Our business for the month of June surpassed any previous June, and our sales for the first half...

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. — 4 July 1907

DoKt In the Electrical World. The eleetnca. motor in the world can be earned in the vet pocket or worn :i :t wateh eharin. The lanzcM electriea! motor in the world was recently by the General Klcetne Company ior the Indiana Steel Corporation. It i. a O',000 horse .ower induction motor. The new tantalum and tuugten lamps, placed on the market within the past few mouth-, have redueed the cost of incandescent lighting one-thud lor the amount ol' light. About soeuty different kind- of electric heating and cooking devices are manufactured to-day tor ordinary household use. I he latest and most important i i.-i ,. :.., . ivii i ii i,iv.iiii.tit iuu uuiawuiiw c uiw electrification of .-team roads. This promises to be one of the largest branches of the lndustrv. Situations ; ':.. fcSSV lOXSTTiftV.V.. . awvictitt .-ah', a- s..v?.Xi i-' y; '?.. 'T1 3RYAHT A STR&TTOH BUSINESS iMCOKrOKATBS J- . -A. &11 niht lonQ from tooi:ha.che neuredia. or rheum autism Sloeovs Liivinveivt kills the pa...

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. — 4 July 1907

Ik Hogwallow News. Ellick Hellwanger has joined the Excelsior Fiddling Band. Ellick hasn't got any instrument yet and until ho can get one he will be a silent partner in the band. -0- Whilc the Dog Hill preacher was going on with his sermon last Sunday an owl lit in the window and sit clear through the sermon. -0- This is the season for green peaches and lightning bugs. -0- If you put your money on the wront; horse, you loose, no matter if he did conic might near winning. -0- Fit Smith Had the misfortune to leave his jug uncorked the other night and it rained in it. The best thing for a small cymlem -headed fellow to do is to marry a squash-headed rich girl with a big heart. -0- Miss Fruzie Allsop has wrote a long piece ol poetry which she will contribute to the columns oi the Tickvillc Tidings. The name oi the piece is, "1 am Longing for a Man to win my Heart, Which is Yet Untouched and Fancy Free." It will not go in as an advertisement. -0- A tight bandage around the baby's face w...

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. — 4 July 1907

TOLU. The farmers have begun harvesting wheat. Mrs. Jose Hammonds is among the sick. Rev. Turpin, of Clarksville, Tenn., has taken charge of the Presbyterian church here, preaching the initial sermon Sunday. Rev. J. A. Wheeler preached at Blooming Rose school house Sunday. Rev. E. D. Boggcss preached at Hurricane Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Tackwell, of Irma, visited their daughter, Mrs. L. E. Hardin, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Learner Guess spent Sunday with the family of Taylor Guess on the island. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Stewart, of Hardesty, shopped in town Saturday. John and Clarence Bcalmear, of Pleasant Grove, spent Saturday night and Sunday at J. M. Belt's near town. Jim Curnell, of Blooming Rose, Chas. Pittilo, of Liberty Grove, and Wm. Tinsley, of Milford, were seen on our streets Saturday. New graham flour Morris & Yates LILLY DALE. Mrs. Jennie Brown and daughter, Lucy, visited her mother Thursday. Uncle Billie Loyd and wife spent Sunday with Mr. Frank Loyd near Fredo...

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. — 11 July 1907

r 1 i'" - - n LLM m S. S. CONVENTION One of the Best Conventions on Record Was Held In Wilson Grove July 2nd. The Crittenden County Sunday School Association held its annual convention in the Wilson Grove, near Marion, on Tuesday, July 2, 1JI07. The Convention was called to order by county president, R. M. Franks. Song by Chappel Hill choir, Devotional service conducted by Rev. J. F. Price. Song by Sugar Grove choir. Prayer by W. J. Hill. Rev. J. B. McNeely was appointed secretary of the Convention. Minutes of last Convention was read by county secretary, Jas. Alax Hill. The True Aim of Sunday School Work was discussed by Rev. Virgil Elgin. He advanced many good thoughts. He emphasized the importance of studying the word of God. Song by Crayneville choir. The State Work was discussed by Rev. T. C. Gabauer, who made an excellent, practical talk. He spoke of the large number of children in our state who are not in Sunday School and the great need of more Sunday Schools. He urged the S...

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. — 11 July 1907

l L K? ? " - iM V v- "j " r DEATH'S HARVEST Death Angel Visits Neighbor County and Takes away Old Landmark Also Temperance Speaker Los Angela, Cal., July 1 Francis Murphy, the temperance lecturer, died at 10:30 a. m. yesturday. Francis Murphy first came into prominence as a temperance in this city in 1S7G. Under his leadership a blue ribbon propaganda resulted in thousands of men singing the "Murphy pledge' and attracting national attention. Fifteen meetings were held in Library hall following which a call for funds was made to carry on the campaign in other eitie. In a few minute prominent and wealthy men who had become followers of Mr. Murphy subscribed SI."), 000. Subsequently meetings were held throughout the I'nited States. T. N. Nickel! died yesturday at his home of brights disease, of which he had been a suticrcr ior month. Mr. Nickell was born and reared in this county and has been well and favorably known. He wa a good citizen and leaves many ' HOI LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLE...

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. — 11 July 1907

r IN A NEW HOME' Kentucky State Fair Permanently Located At Douglas Park In Louisville With genuine pleasure, we the purchase of a new home for the Kentucky State Fair. All the grounds and buildings of the Douglas Park Jockey Club in Louis-ville have just been bought by the State Board of Agriculture as a permanent location, and the future success of the Kentucky Statu Fair is assured. There are 12! acres, and the improvements, worth more than $200, 000, are both new aud modern. The grand stand is of steel and concrete, and the stables, for exhibition purposes as well as for stall use, are excellently constructed. The stall room will meet all demands. The mile track is acknowledges to be the fastest for trotting exhibitions in the world. Large trees and waving blue .grass are to be lound throughout all the grounds. The transportation facilities, both steam and electric, arc unsurpassed. On the main line of the Louisville Ov Nashville Railroad, with a switch running the full length o...

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. — 11 July 1907

v??N I B3i E? Some Better Clothes for Less Price. Some Big Bargains: See our S8.50 Coats and Pants S5.06 See our 2.50 Pants for 1.50 P They are all wool Lots of good things to wear. Will save you some monev. """S'j "V " i MiMMfMMS Cfjc Crittcnbcn PrcSS'ftecorb S. M. JENKINSEditor and Publisher. GEO. M GRIDER. Associate Editor. Entered as second-class matter June :6th at the postoffice at Marion, K under the Act of Concres of March jrd TERMS 0 SUBSCRIPTION blRICTH CASH IN ADANCt Single copies mailed I month mailed to any address " ' " s months " ' ' 5 months " " i year 6 years ' TERMS Oh SUBSCRIPTION NOT TAin CASH INADIASCE. Sinele copies mailed , i month mailed to any address , " " " 5 months . ' i year , THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1007. OS .IS .5 .50 I 00 5 00 . 05 .. 5 5 1.50 We are authorized t announce, R. H, THOMAS a candidate for Assessor, to fill out the unexpired term of J. Anthony Davidson, subject to the action of the Republican party. He endorses the local option law. Notice to S...

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. — 11 July 1907

it '.' ?(.-! " . "An iM ilS nWMlV ' '"!" r ' vv. mmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 4 BEAR IN MIND! IS Our Clothing Sales ! Its not the Price you pay, but the value jp Continues to increase, and those O who have not examined our you receive that makes a bargain we are 43 SUITS FOR MEN offering real values at bargain prices. 4d AND BOYS, S& Should Do So Before Buying ! 45 49 Look at suits we are showing for S $5.50 and $6.75 Each S 49 49 49 49 49 49 Ana compare mem wiin $iu quits Found Elsewhere. An Extra ON EXTRA PANTS ! Is What You Will Find in This Line. 49 : WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES 3 AND PLEASE YOU TOO 45) ing ig Saving ON Dress Goods and Waistings Fancy and White Parasols, Elbow Gloves in the cotton, lisle and silk. Come See for Yourself. JUST RECEIVED Another large lot of Druggets, and Mattings, And we save you money from what you have to pay elsewhere. See them. If you Want A Nice Hat Come Examine Ours, Fur, Straw and Panama. TAYLOR & CANNAN DON'T THINK That we can not suit yo...

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