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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 July 1907

hr 'lU i H? aii ! I j i . Cash for Produce. a IE IB TIMOTHY OAKS. Harry Hayncs and wife were visiting Bob Elkins Sunday. Mack Cruce and wife, of Hughey were in our section Sunday. Several from here attended church at Pleasant Hill Sunday. Mrs. W. A. Adams happened to a painful accident Sunday by Retting struck in the face with a buggy shaft Dr. Cook sewed up the wound. The road from here to Marion is being worked with the county grader and put in fine shape. Mrs. H. S. Hill was visiting Mrs. Annie Adams Sunday. FOREST GROVE. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Terry visited the family of Tom Griffith Sunday. Several of our young men went to pleasant Hill Sunday. Among them were Messrs Callie Strong, Calvin and Bobcrt Corley. Our school begins July 22. Mrs. Eskew, oi Marion, visited her niece, Mrs. Henry Kelt, last week. Leslie Melton and his sister, Ruth, were in our midst Sunday. Mrs. Bufus Bobinson is visiting Mr. Harlow Bobinson and wife. Mcsdamcs Sarah Belt and Lester Clark visited Mrs H. J. For...

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. — 18 July 1907

"-Lr--y-I' jh Ki "V rr f.sr.'iH.'jJr 'TTr: . JS3S.T7reraf J! ?i 7 V - -V ' -.. - ,m HV&fc . V "v.S" 5 (Siriilettfati ftejtorti "51 .VPSr ?f 1ST I. VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 18, 1907. NUMBER 7 &- , it fft. 'i TO bt' V X lx M?" X.' 1 I rtr lit ' - ?-. f .? & & I'JSfesX ' y srfi' I b. ' JENKINS & ORME'S CIRCUS Marion's Young Men Make a Success of Their Circus Big Crowd Attend, Good Parade SOME MARVELOUS PERFORMANCES When George Orme and Robert Jenkins, two of the youthful and enterprising citizens of the city, with flaming head lines, that they were going to give a show with real animals aud tents and cages "just like a sure enough show," everyone was anxious to see what they would do and were only too glad when the day came, and the big street parade passed througe the city. When the tents were well filled, all the reserved scats and standing room being well taken, Ray Morgan, a grandson of J. P. Morgan, was the trapeze performer and indja ...

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. — 18 July 1907

I f ' ' -'W.' 1ft 43 43 43 BITS OF BY PLAY There is a somebody on the Louisville Daily Times who contributes .oniethiur like a column to it- paires under a special caption. The signboard at the head of the column reads "All Around the Town.' This signboard is decorated around the edges with an eight point linotype border which produces a ort of park flower bed effect. We started to .ay this somebody was a bright young man, but upon reflection we decided it might be a bright young lady. He that a it may, the column biightcus up the pages of the Times. In the issue of July 2nd there appear a story ol a certain woman who bought mourning irotn a well known Fourth Avenue merchant. She explained that her daughter wan about to die. A week later she brought the mourning good back and informed the clerk that her daughter did not die. This remiuds u of something that occurred in Crittenden county several years ago and we tell it here lor the truth. We will name the man Jones John Jones. He li...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 July 1907

'' & W". !? ---' BflawawJrayjjjjaiv; 'slawawawaBBBBBBBBBBBh Don't Ruin Your Best Horse Going for a Doctor Bowel complaints are always more or less prevalent during the Summer months, and many a man ha rumed his best horse going for a doctor when some of his family was suffering from cramp colic or cholera morbus. Be prepared for such an emergency. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is the most successful medicine yet produced for these diseases and can always be depended upon. No doctor can prescribe a better medicine. It is almost certain to be needed before the Summer is over. Buy it now. Interesting Meeting held at Corinth June 28-30 Good Membership in Attendence Minute of Ministers and Members meeting of the Ohio River Baptist Association, which met with (Joriuth church near Grand Rivers Friday June 2$, and closed Sunday, June, .'JO. 1!H)7. At 7 o'clock the Moderator, Kldcr K. H Blackburn, called the house to order and after song service, Kid. V. G. Hughes rea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 July 1907

PP I COLD FACTS Backed evidence of LOWEST PRICES and BEST STOCK. Always more real value for a dollar than f a dollar buys elsewhere. Clean Up Prices ! WMMMMMM !)t Critttnbcn rcgg.Ciecorb S. M. JENKINSIEditor and Publisher. GEO. M GRIDER, Associate Editor, Entered as second-class mailer June a6tb, iSro. at the postorhce at Marion. Ky. under the Act of Consress of March jrd, iSr TERMS Oh SUBSCRIPTION STKICTM CASH IN ADVAVCK. Ssincle copies mailed 05 t month mailed to any address i 1 months " 3, " " ' S months S3 y - ; " .. j.oo 8 rears 5,oo TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION It SOI HIIICtsH IS APVAXCr, Single copies mailed 0j 1 iiionth mailed to any aitlrei 15 " " ' 5 month ri " " "r Ii50 THURSDAY, JULY IS, 1307. We are authorized to 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. Succisstul tn the West. W. A. Deau, formerly of Iron Hill, this county, son of J. M....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 July 1907

M'.33mxm3 y"s""r,ic "J .isi 'lwr " ."s- t:? PMMMWWMWHMMJtHHmWMMHWW L' u fit's a Clear Case of Monev Saved !f .gp JA If you will investigate our line of seasonable goods you J. A will readily see where you save ! St . ? St J .y J y I :-W fe'' t5.r.' ", feSfc m i"tv O jjencDCaltorcP.ciotbca y " I I W S R WE GIVE YOU GOOD AND PLEASE YOU Pitoili c jtfm&M - , .aafN. J jfy jirL irggSiTTnTiHnii , " F.W.Nunn, dentist, Press Building G. F. Jennings went to DeKoven 'Monday. H. H. Sayro spent a few days at 'home last week. 51. E. Bacon, of Hopkinsville. was in the city, Sunday. Robert Sayre is visiting friends in Henderson this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. 51. Persons were in Paducah, Friday night. Leslie Meltoi left Monday for Kuttawa, where he is at work. 51rs. 0. H. Paris was the guest of friends in Crayneville, Saturday. Dr. Tom 5Iasoncup, of Clay, was in town Monday en joute to Lola Mrs. J. . Dean and daughter, Annie, are ill at their country home. Waist pattern goods wore 25 cents, now 22 c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 July 1907

II. .s" f li ft TK I .V- .. . "f. sirt' V SlOdilVS Ummeivt For Cough, Cold, Croup, dore lhroat,otitt Rheumatism and Neuralgia At all Dealers Price 25c 50o 6 I.O0 Sent fre.e "Sloan's Book on Horses Cottle. Hogs 6 Poultry Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan 615 Albany St: Boston. Mass $100,000 Statue For Columbus. Washington, July !' It decided today to or, i ratue of Christopher that will $100, 000 in the center ol the piaz.i in front ot the union railroad in thi citj. wheie it was intended to oreot a large fountain. It i- uudei 'tumi that -election ot this site at the solicitation ot ot the Knight ot which oijraniation wa responsible for the act ot Contrres appropriating the money tor the statue. Pointed Paragraphs. (From the Chicago New?.) ot Many a man has lot hi game by boasting it too much. Only unmarried women have optimistic of view of wedded bli. Food for thought is often responsible for intellectual dyspepsia. Neuralgia and rheumatism enne oi under the head ot sharpshooter. When the u...

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. — 18 July 1907

' ."lOTJT,:. IV K-- 'yt $4&444444& Convalescents need a ment in easily digested form. Scott's Emulsion is powerful nourish ment highly concentrated. It makes bone, blood and muscle without WTt putting any tax on the digestion. KMl'l ALL DRUGGISTS: SOc. AND $1.00. )h ( 0frfr$fr0A CALDWELL COUNTY NEWS. From the Princctou Leader. Alfred G. Hendrick a prominent young attorney of Paducnh and private secretary to T. J. Nunu of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, was here Saturday eu route from a business trip to Union county. Miss Carrie Grace Akin and her visitor, Miss Jimmie Akin, of Franklin, Tenn., have returned from a visit to Mrs. Hugh Hurley at Marion. Miss Mary Weit, of Hopkinsville; Miss Nolle Guess, Hoy and Compton Moore, of Glider, arc guest of Mrs. John Lowery, of near Frcdonia this week. Dr. J. 5s Todd, of Frcdonia, was in the city the first of the week. Dr. Todd is one of Caldwell's most prominent physicians, and i spoken of as the next Democratic nominee for Representati...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 18 July 1907

wnsapHB ?,iCTVTS ' '.-,- . i ,.' ., . r -;, .? r. W-- Ol m II XI VI 4. r II $:1 A SPECIAL MID SUMMER REDUCTION SALE! - . Cash for Produce. GRADY BROS. Ik. X! TIMOTHY OAKS. Harry Haynes and wife were visiting Boh Klkin Sunday. Mack Cruce and wife, of Hughey were in our Sunday. Several from here attended church at Pleasant Hill Sunday. Mrs. W. A. Adams happened to a painful accident Sunday hy getting struck in the face with a buggy shaft Dr. Cook sewed up the wound. The road from here to Marion is being worked with the county grader and put in fine ihape. Mrs. H. S. Hill was visiting Mrs. Annie Adam Sunday. FOREST GROVE. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Terry visited the family ol Tom Griffith Sunday. Several of our young men went to Pleasant Hill Sunday. Among them were Messrs Callie Strong, Calvin and Robert Corlcy. Our school begins July 122. Mrs. Kskew, of Marion, visited her niece, Mrs. Henry Belt, lat week. Leslie Melton and his sister, Ruth, were in our midst Sunday. Mrs. Bulus Kobinson is v...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 July 1907

3 q&ffi'' '"' Xti , --!' .-,- -S b (Btiiltfifcttt ft&0tr&4P VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 25, 1907. NUMBER 8 m rx r at LV iV ONE HUNDRED LIVES LOST In Collision of Two Vessels at Sea In Heavy Fog, San Francisco, Cal., July 22. In oe of the worst marine disasters in the history of the Californtian coast between 100 and 150 lives were lost, as far as has been learned by a collision between the steamer Columbia and the lumber schooner San Pedro in Shelter Cove, twelve miles below county line between 12 and 1 o'clock yesterday 'morning. Only meager details of 'the tragedy have been received though every effort has been made to get the facts. Scores of telegrams to Eureka, the nearest point oi importance remain unanswered. The few details known here were brought by the steamer Roanoke and the steam schooner Disy Mitchell, which arrived in San Francisco this forenoon. The Columbia, a steel vessel of the San Francisco and Portland Steamship Company, while b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 July 1907

k I i'. V ' '$&4W " 1 WWk GREATEST EXHIBITION Premium List of Kentucky State Fair Offers $25,000 to all Classes of Exhibitors Three hundred and one different lot, 1,172 classes iu which will be made -,('! awards, an average of 44S awards a day lor six days. Thi, in brief, describe. the premium list for the 1!M)7 Kentucky State Fair, just iued. Of the $25,000 in premiums, -15,000 is appropriated by the General Assembly of Kentucky, and $10,000 added by the State Board of Agriculture, under whose auspice.- th,e Kentucky State Fair will be i:iveu in Louisville, September 10-21. In Depaitment "A", horses, there are 77 classes and 220 award- will be made. The classifications iuelude light harness, three and addlers, roadsters, combinati o u and saddler-, American carriage, plantation saddler-, runabout-, high stepper-, thoroughbreds and Shetland and other ponies. Hall Bros, offer $250 in two special classes for the best 1!H)7 foal of Montgomery Chief. The American Saddle Hor-e Breede...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 July 1907

W H ? v" iVj : t kli - Cr- V. LOOKING BACKWARD. Extracts from the Crittenden Press, Dated November 15, 1883, Tom Cochran returned from a trip to Cincinnati, Saturday. S. Hodge was in Paducah Saturday. Sain Gujjcnheini went to Casey-ville Tuesday. Judge T. J. Xunu went to Paducah yesterday. Lafe Cruce, Grouu Jacobs, John S. Woodall, with their wives, went to the Exposition last week. Mrs. Olive, of Livingston county, is visiting in this county. , Mrs. It. F. Hayncs will return to Florida in a few weeks. Mrs.. Allen, of Mt. Vernon, is the guest of Mrs T. J. Cameron. Marriage license have been issued to C. A. H. Humphrey to' Mary D. Tudor, V. J. Young to Florence Yandcll, B. F. Walker to Kunice French. Sam Henry, the man who killed Stull, was tried foi carrying the pistol he did the work with; the trial occurred Tuesday and he was cleared notwithstanding the evidence was pretty conclusive against him. Big crowd in town Monday and a big decrease was made in the town's ritock of liquor. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 July 1907

;vv i "i1 v',f 'T- '"frrW "Vl"! J.V.' irs IP TO YOU ! YOU WE HAVE OUGHT THEM TO HAVE THEM 'HI A , lIICA f 1 1 1& k4KV!l!ne IM 0IIMWAll r4lk 4I4 MMai4 V AA Wll 41-M 4IABW ll .. 4 ic iivu iuii vi uaigaino in suiiiiiivi gvvuo uicifc iiiusi &Wb w iiiwsi vivgii infill all uu&a Br Now is your time. You are as welcome to come in and "look around" as you are to buy. .. i 1 WE MEAN IT. COME IN AND SEE ! nd 2i Avn'n 'HI Br Clothing ! Suits ! Pants ! Coats ! Real comfort is obtained by wearing our cool price clothing Men's Cool Clothing ! Boys' Cool Clothing ! See These Goods ! Get the Prices ! They are lower doun than )ou cer sau. If you want to bu CLOTHES RIGHT Then let us show you, rfk v"N5 .JlVik. j3 $mmim Dje Crittcnbcn S. M. JENKINSIEditor and Publisher. GEO. M. GRIDER. Associate Editor. Entered as second-class matter Jane 26th. 1S7?. at the postoftce a Marion, K7 ender the Act of Congress of March jrd, 1379 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE, Single copies mailed...

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. — 25 July 1907

mw: '"- ' 'Vv. -V "!, ijtl , ? V ftiT " $' fcv 48 as 4S 4 4 a 3 1.- " jviwanyi! t a,5",,...v ;, - r - MWMMWMmwmMilill!IJUMiSII(IJiMMMJ) ;4S IT WILL PROFIT YOU MUCH ! tar Without costing you too much to secure some of these g Extra Values at the prices we are making. w .. JtencDCaUortfrCtoUxg JiWr &"" S WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES S AND PLEASE YOU TOO Look at This ! Then come look at the goods we are offering you ! $12.50 3-piece suits $8.75 11.50 " " 8.50 8.50 and 9.00 suits 6.75 8.00 3-piece suits 5.50 8.50 outing suits 4.75 7.50 " " 4.25 3.50 and S4 ext. pants 2.75 2.50 extra pants 1.9S r I And we have them in Hot Weather Dress Goods and Waistings. COME SEE FOR YOURSELF! NEW BARGAINS IN Fancy Parasols Straw Hats! Without the Now is your Fancy Price opportunity! Carpets, Druggets Rugs, Matting and Floor Oil Cloth. & CANIMAIM S w w (ST rrxfxf ( Tf cf cf cf cf cf rf ?f ?f ff cf xf f vf tf tf tf cf cf tf f tf cf cf cf cf cf cf cf cf cf cf cf cf cf cf tf tftftftfcfcfcfTfTf cf Tf vC...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 July 1907

rs , ;TTfV?m? ; 1 DoKt a.11 niht lon from toothache neureJ0ix or rheumatism SlOdOVlS Liivinveivt kills the pain quiets the nerves evnd induces sleep At eJI deders! Price 25c 50c &H00 Dr Earl S. Slo&rv, Bostor,Ma.ss. U.S.A. A Western Trip. Tolu, Ky., July , 1U07. Kditdh In our lornier letter we had reached our destination, Winninucea, Nevada. ThiA little (ity about the size of Oittenden county's eapital i in the heart oi the Great Basin and is touched by the I'nion Pacific R. R. Having: looked after affairs here, one day only being: taken, we continued our journey toward the Golden Gate on the Pacific We touched at Sacreniento, the eapital of California. After leaving: the capital we pierced the great wheat growing: and hay raising belt where harvesting was being doue, the hay beiug principally alfalfa and barley. The land in this is aid to be worth from SHOO to 1500 per acre. Owing to so much rain the laud for many miles was inundated by the Sacreniento river, said to be abo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 July 1907

1 i'Jn B QNfrM"H"fr4MHO40 That hacking Because your cough continues system is exhausted and your powers of resistance weakened. Take Scott's Emulsion. It builds up and strengthens your entire system. It contains Cod OH and Hypophosphites so prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest. ALL DRUGGISTS! 60c. AND $1.00 444444444044444 Letter From the West. Ft. Towson, I. T. July, 11, 1SI07. Editors Record-Press, Dear Sirs: As this is a lonely, rainy day in the pine forests of the West, I thought I would try to make a few moments pleasant by writing a line to your dear old paper. I left Piggott, Ark., July 4th, going from there to Texerkana, Ark. over the Cotton licit lioute, from there I weut to Ft Worth, Texas, going through Detroit, Paris and Commerce; from Ft. Worth 1 went to Sherman, Tex., cro:sing Red river near Dennison, Tex; from Dennison I went to Bryant, 1. T, from there 1 came here, coming through many other places, the names oi which 1 have forgotten. Ft. Towson is loc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 July 1907

,'-' - - v ) ' ' " 7 J ZW.vXX ,. ,K - -, 1 " J ' IE ii ai. w XE XI IE XE r ii A SPECIAL MIDSUMMER REDUCTION SALE! D We this Cash for Ik c CHAPEL HILL. Blackburn it Co. from Caldwell county, are in thi beat threshing wheat. Klnier 1'arNh and wife, of Frances, were the guests of J. C. Adanis and wile, Saturday night and Sunday, and attended church Sunday. Sam Carrick, of Oak Grove, was at church here Sunday. Those on the sick list are V. H. Bigham and Rob Minner. Bob Enoch and wife, of Illinois, is visiting .J. C. Long and family. Ben Wigginton, of Marion, was in this beat Thursday, and purchased a mare of Charlie Clement. Miss Bulah Austin, of New Salem, I is the guest ol Mis Jennie Clement this week. B. F. Walker and M. G. Jacobs went to Crayneville Saturday. Wheat in stack and now ready for a thresher. W. H. Ordway, of Crayneville, attended church here Sunday. Mr. Fred Hill and Mis Mattie Perry, of Chapel Hill, attended the Children's Day exercisss at Deer Creek, Sunday. John Jenni...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 25 July 1907

tili tnmn mmtfaSfzm VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 25, 1907. NUMBER 8 ONE HUNDRED LIVES LOST Id Collision of Two Vessels at Sea In Heaiy Fog, San Francisco, Cal., .Inly 2Ii. In ,np of tho worst marine disasters in the hintory of tho Californtian eoat Ictwccii 1(10 and 150 1'ivos were lost, nft fur as ha been learned by a between (lie stoamor Columbia and the lumber schooner San Pedro H. Shelter Cove, twelve milr below county lino between 1- and 1 o eloek yosterday nxming. Only meager details of thr tragedy have been roceived tlmugh every effort ha buon made to t the lacla. Score of telegrams to Ivnrcla, the niarect point of importance remain unanswered. The few detail known here were brought by tho steamer Hoanokc and the steam schooner Pity Mitchell, which arrived in San KraneUco this forenoon. The Columbia, a stcol icsol of tho San Francisco and Portland Steamship Company, while bound from San Francisco for Portland. Ore., wtth 1 Sit passengers and a crew of si...

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. — 25 July 1907

J K I mi m i n i . ft "9 i iii MS w GREATEST EXHIBITION Premium List of Kentucky State Fair Offers $25,000 to all Glasses of Exhibitors Three hundred and one different lot, 1,172 classes in which will be made 2,o!) awards, an average of 446 awards a day for six days. This, in brief, the premium list for the l!H)7 Kentucky State Kair. just iued. Of the $25, Out) in premium. Slfi.omi i, appropriated by the General Assembly of Kentuaky. and ?10.Utio added by the State Board of Agriculture, under whoso auspice- th.e Kentucky State Kair will be sriven in Louisville, September In Dopattmont "A", horse-, there are 77 classes and 22(i award- will be made. The classification- include light harness, three and five-gait '.iddlors, roadsters, combinati o u harness and American carriage, plantation saddlers, runabouts, high thoroughbreds and Shetland and other ponies. Ball Hros. offer ?2f0 in two spocial classos for tho best 1SK)7 foal of Montgomery Chief. The American Saddle Hor-o Breeders Asso...

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. — 25 July 1907

LOOKING BACKWARD. Eitracts from the Crittenden Press, Dated November 15, 1883. To:u Cochran returned Iroin a trip to Cincinnati, Saturday. Hodge was in Paduenh Saturday Sam (itigonhoim wont to ille Tuesday. Judge T. .1. Nunn wont to I'adu alt yen lord ay. Lafe Cruuo, (iroen .Ineobs, .lohu , Woodall, with ilioir wirea, went i.. tho reposition last wool. Mr. Olivo, of Livingston county, in visiting in this eotinty. Mr. H. I'. Ilayaoi will return to Honda in a few weeks. Mrs. AHon, of Mt. Varuoa, is the 'Uoit of Mrs T. J. Cameron. Marriage lioenie have bcon issuod . C A il. Humphrey to Mary I). 1'udor, W. .1. Youug to 1'lorenoo audcll. it. F. Waller to Kunlee I' re n ch. Sain Henry, the matt who killed Mull, was mod fot carrying the he did the work with, the trial Tuesday and he was cleared notwithstanding the evidence was pretty conclusive against him. llig crowd in town Monday and a big decrease ua wide in the town's -tin I of liquor The Cincinnati Spar Mii Co. In Mupouded operation ...

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