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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 1 August 1907

iyt. WVmWi BfSO?5 . 'iKxT1 ""W --" t ' - r - -W r; " v 'v?a MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIIMMMM f i KEEP IT QUIET! I 4g Hurry over to our store and see the many things we have put attractive 3 s& prices on. We mention some of them below. Read them carefully. ? u KB 5 Ear v'i tv. is re 'V V :f Ki 4& Bear in Mind! W That it's not the price 'Sl yu PaY ut tne value you 4& receive that makes the bargain, and here are some real values at bargain prices: $12.50 3-piece suits 11.50 8.50 and 9.00 suits S.00 3-piece suits a 8.50 outing suits 7.50 " 4S 3.50 and $4 ext. pants 43 2.25 2.50 extra pants And you will find 43 them just as we 43 advertise them. 43 WE GIVE YOU GOOD 43 AND PLEASE YOU 43 a VALUES TOO WHILE THEY LAST! All summer dress goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices. So don't wait until they are all sold. Remember! We Do Not Carry Over! If you don't believe we carry the nicest and best line of shirts and collars in the county, come see them. Reduced Prices on All Our Fanc...

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. — 1 August 1907

? RHEUMATIS n v HHHH i HHH VtV CURED &)r V Tl. r i lie V 1 1 If fMw I n 1 X , a. urcuioiion oumuiaiea W I I l.!i- ana me nuscies ama vjoims lubricated by using Sloeavs LLirvinveivt "Steads Address A Pleasant Day at Deer Greek. The second Sunday was: mission day at Deer I'reek church. The people began to early and continued to cuiue until a large crowd had gatheicd, notwithstanding the extremely warm day the pastor preached on missions, taking for hi test the word "Go" found in the 2Sth, chapter of Mathew and 1! verse. The sermon received marked attcntiou. Then a collection was taken for missions amounting to thirty-seven dollars and thirty cents. Then all partook of a splendid dinner. In the afternoon we had some very fine Sunday School talks by J. A. Davidson, Robert Thomas, Gladdis Threlkeld and L. A. LaRuc. Then the shoir sung most beautifully "God bo with you till we meet again." Then we were dismissed, all feeling that we had spent a pleas-and profitable day in the service ...

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. — 1 August 1907

Mk&wFm WR'kW' Vv , 'Wl &-' u. .u.n 1 I" . y J n JSM C Wv J A: , via :i, .-' 4&ty..VH4644444 Consumption it lets deadly than it used to be. Certain relief and usually complete recovery will result from the following treatment: Hope, rest, fresh air, and Scott's Emulsion. ALL DRUGQISTSi 'MOM BIRDS AS BAROMETERS. Change Color With Weather and Are Declared Never to Make Mistakes. With a collection cf boars' tusks, rhinoccrous horns, bows, poisoned arrows, darts, spears, leopard's skin's and strange birds, the Swedish bark, Norrkoping, cast anchor off Staple-ton, S. I., yesterday after a trip of ninety-two days from Pemba Bay, Portuguese East Africa. Friends of the crew put off from shore, and soon the sailors were waltzing on deck with pretty girls to tho music of that universal solace and friend of the dep water rover, the accordeon. In a cage of Norse architecture slept lazily on their perches a flock of small birds of about the size of canaries, once gaudy ornaments of th...

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. — 1 August 1907

. I' V LV.l NEW SALEM. ' No bad sickness. The hottest weather last week that we hare had for years in this section. This section was blessed with a fine rain Sunday evening. John Caperton and wife, of Berrys Ferry, were the guests of relatives in this section last week. Henrv Brouster returned from Dawson Friday. No wheat threshed yet. It seems impossible to get a thresher in this community. Our young people are promised good time at Will Conyers Saturday nicht. Aue. 3. A musical and ice cream supper with a fat man's race. We won't name the parties entered for the race. Our young people enjoyed themselves Saturday night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Keubcn Wheeler at an ice cream social. Mrs. Fannie Travis and daughters, Misses Nellie and Gracey, were the guests of relatives in this section the past week. Mrs. Hallie Baker and children returned from Dawson last week. George Daniels, of Lola, wa a caller in our section Sunday. Judge Mahan is having his residence remodeled. The Kam...

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. — 8 August 1907

.' .' ' ."E-B ,V . - l "!, , . . - i -. lWis ft' t ilijmj&m MMtfojffrt& VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 8, 1907. NUMBER 10 w est rv ' I t r:j$ & y . j. IN THE LIMELIGHT. Sim CerrespoRdence fligirilng thi Hargis Trill at Sandy Hnk. Im view of the misleading statements published in regard to the recent trial of Judge James Hargis at Bandy Hook, and the recent communication in the Courier-Journal from Mr. A. Floyd Byrd. Mr. Edw. 0. Leigh, the Governor's Secretary, today gave out the communication below from Mr. John M. Waugh, the Commonwealth's attorney, and Messrs. Byrd & Jouett, the employ ed attorneys representing the prosecution: June 1st, 1!)07. J. C. W. Beckham, Governor, Frankfort, Ky. Dear Governor:-After a conference with Byrd and Jouett, Attys., assisting in the prosecution of in Elliot county, I find that John A. Daughcrty, who was selected by us at Sandy Hook to make orders in the cases, objectionable. All orders made in the cases there ...

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. — 8 August 1907

F.' B? i. . & . CATALOGUE READY Handsomely Illustrated Book Tells of Premiums, Amusement Enterprises, Music, etc. The regular edition of the Kentucky State Fair catalogue, printed in three colors and handsomely illustrated, came from the press this week and thousands of copies are being mailed daily from the headquarters of the Fair at Louisville. The preliminary list for the State Fair were issued a month ago. It covered eighty odd pages. The regular catalogue has 152 pages. The classifications in all departments are complete, together with the speed program and an announcement of the big amusement enterprises of the Fair. There are also eight fine half tone views of the new grounds and buildings recently purchased by the State Board of Agriculture as a permanent location for the State Fair One page is devoted to a description of the balloon race during the Fair, with three views of the balloons in the air. The captive balloon is shown. in a large half tone. There is a page cut...

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. — 8 August 1907

1 aa:T? v ?r7 m - It w1 . 0 rL Kv ay rt .j"nr i $v W . 1 1 " ttX. U. S. BATTLESHIP, Capt. Herbert Wlnslow; tonnafe, U. S. BATTLESHIP, "ILLINOIS." Capt. Gotfrled Btockllngcr; tonnage, 11,525; guns, 18; speed, 17 knots. tt..,iJrg!.c4" Wyjy;1. .kBWi'BBr sB bK v?rwVl "1545J'4 V ?' i,Jf BBiVBB BBF 1 BHlWiJ'V MV'J SMKNS ?yt?J v -. - JiBBBaBBI9n 'Br'S'WfeA li - T 'JJlBlMHiBBBMBBFmliBBBBMfT - ' '" 1 R'LaiSinfcXBtyate.riaBBByBBBlBBVJJB ,n SHpMaHpHKiBIPB)BVJBPHBPvBBBSBVBflH KbbbbbbbbVbvs! !:? bHbbbHtbbbSbbV9sjS apiVT'9aHISaBl BBBBBBBBBiPIQ9!7iBM' BBBBBBBBBBlKwfrTJBJP.v. l?7"C?Vi V. iJCjHBl BBBBBBBsKSr a " jXjt&AMAgjpjMBjpBB U. S. BATTLESHIP, "OHIO." Capt. Lewis C. Heilner; tonnage, 12,500; guns, 20; speed, 18 knots. sw jsew5as65a iv :.: v' ''. ji:ttiJ3.,iijiiwiSvvw'y'. 3 "KEARSAr.GE." 11,552; guns, 22; speed, 16 knots. "CONNECTICUT." 16,000; guns, 24; speed, 18 knots. TBfifa . ' tv" v ?M xil'" "v "LOUISIANA." 16,000; guns, 24; speed, 18 knots. CRUISER "CHARLESTON.' , , IiV av i;.BBB.IHBlB...

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. — 8 August 1907

i-y r I' - x ' iBri 'ctttzji E2f orsv r r August Our merchant tailor will be here to take your measure for clothes. WASH GOODS ! DRESS GOODS ! THE KIND YOU LIKE! The Best Styles ! They're New ! They're Stylish ! LOOK AT THEM ! 35c Wash Goods 18c per yard 25c " " 15c per yard 15c " " 10c per yard LOOK AT THEM ! 52 VjJ Ladies 25c lace En t23 En ffv?s w2 1 15c Mercerized White Goods 10c Men Qtrau Hato Olldfl ndlO SEE US eoool , - Cfje Crittcnben S. M. JENKINSIEditor and Publisher. GEO. M. GRIDER, Associate Editor. Entered as second-class matter June 26th. at the nostorbce at Marlcn, Ky., ander the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STKICTH CASH IN ADAMCE. Single copies mailed 05 1 month mailed to any address is 2 months j .J5 " I months 50 i ' t " 1 year 1.00 6 years 500 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION If NOT PAID CAM! IN ADVANCE, Single copies mailed 05 1 month mailed to any address 15 5 montns 75 " " " 1 year i,J0 THURSDAY, AUG. S. 1907. JVe are authorized to announce K, ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 8 August 1907

r3S3T37TVJHT7S Ti fcU fp'Tw'TvffllSsrFwPRS?? ' ' vi, -' ,v IV r " JC..J,. ,jt' ' " V' Txr. v'.r.'. ?'- M V Iare you on the lookout?! y?: S If you are, and looking for bargains at that, you will profit by coming at Ra once to us, where we will show you some real values at bargain prices 3t St & & & s If Y. ii.v '& X - L&, fty" ,JS. 4$ Here is Something S that is worth look- 4 43 4 4 43 4& 4 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 j ing over. :: :: :: Mens Suits $18.00 Suits $14.00 15.00 " 11.50 12.50 " 8.75 11.50 " 8.25 10.00 " '7.50 8.50 " 5.75 7.50 " 5.00 G.00 " 4.25 5.00 " 4.75 Boys School Suits 7.50 knee pants suits 4.75 " " " 6.00 4.25 " " " 5.50 3.75 " " " 4.50 3.25 " " " 3.50 2.75 " " " 2.50 2.00 " " " 1.75 1.25 WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES AND PLEASE YOU TOO F.W.Nunn.dentist.Press Building Miss Daisy Copher spent Sunday in Sturgis. Mrs. James Gilbert returned from Louisville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Taylor spent last week at Crittenden Springs. Mrs. Sarah Elder retur...

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. — 8 August 1907

WTJF' roc J(Cv'" r RTSSS? rtfi.vyc "v. .-""-.it- f Tf? m ,-.-. k Stoaics Liivtaveivt Fnn f mink Cold. CroiiD, SoreTtooai Stiff Neck Rheumatism ancL 5 NioiftvilriiA I At all Dealers Price 25c 50c 6 HOO Sent- Free "i i- D..L . Mnrcac OlOand uwnw iwww . Cattle, Hogs & Poultry II Address Dr. Earl 5. Sloan 615 Albany St: Boston. Mass., Letter From East St. Louis. Kast St. Louis 111., Ana. 1 U'07. Kditor Please permit me space in your valuable uie to tell some-thing of our city. East St. Loui is a city of itfOOO people, located on Illinois side of the Mississippi river, opposite St. Louis, Mo. Kat St. Louis ha splendid river navigation all the year round. There is no liner situation can be found in America than that of Kast St. Louis. Twenty-eight trunk lines of railroad center in this city, two belt lines encircle the entire city, connecting all the railroad. Kast c. T.n,,w mvin.' to her location, has Wl. JWW." v"- -- mail and passenger service equal that of St. Louis, the two cities...

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. — 8 August 1907

u" 4 1 t V 1 ff -). Editor Record-Press: If you will allow mo space in your ; good paper, I would like to express my sympathy to the many fnonas ana neighbors who have been called upon to give up their loved ones. I felt so sad to see that so many had been taken in the last week. I have known Mrs. Wheeler and sympathized with her in her afflictions and trouble, but her death came as a qreat surprise. While I was not acquainted with Howard McUonncll, his father served us faithfully a, pastor, of Tolu circuit, two years ago and my sympathy goes out to the bereaved family, and especially to the young widow in this, her great loss. And how sad it must have been for Mr. and Mrs. Roohcster to give up their dear boy, just entering into promising manhood. They were the last friends we parted with in Dear Old Kentucky and our hearts go out to them in tendercst love and sympathy Mrs. Gahagan was my husbands cousin, but 1 never kucw her. How lonely it must be without her. I have known and love...

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. — 8 August 1907

FiiSit' "'V. VJl.. I I Sf' 4 -- ' LTr !.?" T75PlaaaaWPlnWPGaWP W 5 ? -ii" V . -!, J' - i ' k' ft - r - . i v - V CHAPEL KILL. Chapel Hill will furnish her share of school teachers this fall. She has sent forth five young ladies to teach. Their names and where they will teach are as follows: Miss Willie Clement, New Salem; Miss Ruth Hill, White Hall; Miss Pearl Hill, Claylick.Miss Mattie Perry, Midway; Miss Elva Hill, Chapel Hill. Mr. J. T. Bigham and family visited Joe Parr and family at Fredonia Sunday. Miss Leora Daniels, of Fords Ferry, visited Miss Ruby Bigham last week. Mr. Fred Hill, of Chapel Hill, visited his sister, Mrs. J. T. Bigham, of Crayneville, Friday. Mrs. Fred Brown and Mrs. 0 C. Cook, of Crayneville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bigham Friday. All parties who have White Oak timber to sell call on Messrs Homer Jacobs and Leslie Elder, the timber men. Mr. B. F. Walker and wife attended church at Union Sunday. A horse belonging to Mr. J. 0. Adams got its leg ...

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. — 8 August 1907

tillmhm $Ut&tt4& VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 8, 1907. NUMBER 10 IN THE LIMELIGHT, Semi Correspondence Rigirdlng thi Hirgls Trill at Stndj Hook. Id view of the misleading state inents published in regard to the recent trial of Judge James Hargis at Sandy Hook, and the recent communication in the Courier-Journal f. m Mr. A. Floyd Byrd. Mr. Kdw. I) Leigh, tho Governor s Sccrotary, t. ,ay gave out the comuiuniuation , cw from Mr. John M. Waugh, t) r Commonwealth's attorney, and Mom. Byrd & Jouctt, the tu morncys representing tiic June lM, 11M17. J 0 W. Rock ham, Governor, Frankfort, Ky. Dear Governor:-After a conference with Uyrd and Jouctt, Attys., anointing in the proscoution of in Klliot county, I find that John A. Daugherty, who was select- d ty us at Sandy Hook to mate rdm in the canes, objectionable. Ail orders made in the cases there Here agreed orders and 1 think bind mg and legal. 1 had no chance to . nfer with Hyrd and Jouctt beforo ttr .-e...

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. — 8 August 1907

- TlWlW'S rIStttltt. The Crittenden County Teacher's Institute will convene at Marion, Ky., August 1!) 1907, and contining five days. All who expect to teach in this county, and those who want their certificates to remain valid, will be requested to attend the entire session. J. B. Paris, Co Sup't. .i -i m m - ii. i .in.. Dr. Trisler Here. The above annouccment will please the many friends of the genial Doctor. However when they learn he is here to take his family to Missouri, there will be many protests. Dr. Trisler recently went to Charleston, Mo. and has since decided to locato there, henco his trip hero at this time. He came to attend to the details about moving his house hold goods and to take his family. They will lcavo one day this week. Dr. Trisler and each member of Imr family have always took a leading part in church and social matters and they will be much missed here by many friends. Here's wishing you unbounded success in your new home, Doctor. On Sunday, July 14th Mr. ...

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. — 8 August 1907

Mil - 1 I'll ? m 11 . i II I CATALOGUE READY Handsomely Illustrated Book Tells of Premiums, Amusement Enterprises, Music, etc. The regular edition of the Kentucky State Fair catalogue, printed in three colors and handsomely illustrated, came from the pros this week and thousands of copies arc hcing mailed daily from the headquarters of the Fair at Louisville. The preliminary list for the State Fair were issued a month ago. It covered eighty odd pages. The regular catalogue has lfi'2 pages. The classifications in all departments arc complete, together with the speed program and an announcement of the big amusement enterprises of the Fair. There arc also eight fine half tone views of the new grounds and buildings recently purchased by the State Board of Agriculture as a permanent location for the State Fair One page is devoted to a description of the balloon race during the Fair, with three views of tho balloons in the air. The captive balloon is shown. in a large half tone. There is ...

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. — 8 August 1907

BE ffift.. ' "'.3? " ; rrl ' v&tmc iff i . twwmi' v I'M. .'t5A I . s it . "'-.;' -I ia U 8. OATTLESHIP, "KEARSAr.QE." Capt Herbert Window; tonnae, 11.552; gum, 22; speed, 16 knots. I in iLWiJiilfT " ii I f' ?i 4-' I & !'K?OTMPtt ? tL 4tw aWCBElaaaaUaVr. vWiMv : - : iy4 aSHiii'i,k : U 8 BATTLESHIP, "ILLINOIS." Capt. Qotfrled OtocklinQcr, tonnaae, 11,525; gunt, 18; speed, 17 knots. ' m " n'i , f 1 - '- re .i - M 9 &&BmmSs& h neyb v ; ? I 9 1.3. l.-x. " w. if i r 4 "t n .-. "v. iki . id ' 31 SHi ,Ot t 1 ! f -T 'W -V " ap,.;i , v J tePJ few AAi$ JBssiHBiiiiiiBsmsW V"PlrJ,i,r4l,'J,,l',SlBWW U. 8. BATTLESHIP, "OHIO." Capt Lewis C. HellnerJ tonnage, 12,500; guns, 20; sped, 18 knots. . r i''biBbIbSk jSsBWBrsiBiB 1 'Tf JflsVJlla?1 rn lk LL.fiftt j aaaaaaaaaaK jswwjMaaaiBisaaMsa& ?TMBfc,iMBalffi!isl U. 3. BATTLLESHIP, "CONNECTICUT." Capt. Hugo Osterhaus; tonnage, 16,000; guns, 24; speed, 18 knots. V vj X 2,''LsMEatsVajfel iSaSsf V MWyPglMMtMMMBiatC 'Wii ttTslhaJjfii i....

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. — 8 August 1907

i i m i I J 'if h m - f?S t25F3 w2 WASH GOODS ! DRESS GOODS ! THE KIND YOU LIKE! The Best Styles ! They're New ! They're Stylish ! LOOK AT THEM ! 35c Wash Goods 18c per yard 25c " " 15c per yard 15c " " 10c per yard LOOK AT THEM ! Ladies 25c lace collars I5c 15c Mercerized White Goods 10c Straw Hats OCC I IO FOR THE OLL Uo GOODS ! Cfje (Crittcnbtn S. M. JENKINSditor and Publisher. GEO. M. GR1DER, Associate Editor. Entered as second-class matter Juno atb. iSro. at the postoffiee at Marion, Ky.. under tbe Act ot Congress of March jrd, 1870. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. Single copies mailed ... .0$ i month mailed to any address ... , a months ;; " ... .15 " " 5 months ... .SO "ar .. ,. ... I .00 6 Tears ... 500 TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION IF HOT FAID CASH IN ADVANCr, Single copies mailed 05 1 month mailed to any address 15 " " s months 7i " " " t year ,tJ0 THURSDAY, AUG. 8, 1907. 5Ve are authorized to announce K. H, THOMAS u candidate for Assessor, to fill out the unexpire...

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. — 8 August 1907

Mrs Rose Maves. ofinia, was j , . , in the city last week tjst of her brother, J. b. 1'lauarvO came to visit her mothor who to ill at her home in this city.! Kdcrie Grocrorv. frr cashier of the Peoples Hank cusburg, Ky.. is in our city toJuin, as sisting J. F. Ramoy jding up tho affairs of the PeOriik. Mr. Gregory is a comptourteous gentleman and coiucsQnc of tho best known i'amiles'rittcndon countv. Wo aro clahavo Mr. Gregory with us.j County Times. J. W. MoMullon were visiting Crit '""bj i ily, who Springs, returned homo Won on account of tho illness daughter, Miss Times. I am proparcd to danning on such articles as, waists, coats etc. Mrs. Nw ertox. The Marion Ehfhoatre is still giving entints each night at the OperaB and thoy are being attondedjy crowds, who are well pleasfljho shows. Mr. Morrison, by Mg and gentlemanly maniu won tho friendship and gocf our peo ple, who wish him IP suocoss. Misses Edeth Shinlav and Miiirin Pulley, of Sturgis, spont Sunday with Miss Grace Taylor....

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. — 8 August 1907

! H. ." Ii SlOdJVS Liiviiiveivt Ffcr Cougk Cold, Croup, dore ihroatomt INeck. Rheumatism and XT neuralgia At all Dealers Price 25c 50c, 6 I.OO Sent Free "5loan's Book on Horses Cottle. Hogs 6 Poultry Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan 6I5 Albany 5fc' Boston. Mass Letter From East St. Louis. East St. Louis IH.. Auk 1 1!'07. Kditor Please permit me sjacc in your valuable papc for uic to tell something of our city. East St. Ijouis is a city of U.)000 people, located on Illinois side of the .Mississippi river, opposite St. Louis, Io. East St. Jiouis ha splendid river navigation all the year round. There is no finer situation can be found in America than that of East St. Louis. Twenty-eight trunk linei of railroad contor in this city, two belt lines encircle the entire city, connecting all the railroads. East St. Louis owing to her location, has mail and passenger service equal to that of St. Louis, the two cities, in that regard, being the same pull-man cars run without chance to all important c...

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. — 8 August 1907

The effect of Scoff pale children is magical It makes them plump, rosy, active, happy. It contains Cod Liver Oil, Hypophosphite. and Glycerine, to make fat, blood and bone, and to put together that it is easily digested by little folk. i ALL DRUOOISTSj 4444400044464446440464 n Lelter from Mississippi. l II i... MiuM I..I.. "II 1ll,.T Kditor If yu will allow mo pao in your pood i a'cr, 1 would lilo to oxpross m) otopathy to tho many friends and neighbors who liavo Icon called upbn totMo "i' l',c,r loved ones. 1 frit no ad to sco that so many i rot) taV.cn in tlio latt wt'ok. I t avr known Mm. Wheeler and sym-p id with her in her atHictionx i t u able, but her doatlt cnuio as n at iiirprirto. While I wan nut ao- . rjicd with Hownrd MoConnull, father served tin faithfully a- p r f,f Tolu circuit, two years ago i r lYiupathy goos out to the i family, and especially to the u . widow in this, her tcreat losn. K w nad it must have Icon for M i Mr. ltochuHtor to give up ar boy, jiint enteri...

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