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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1894

? : VVyrSYriyy -V: i mi Li gag&gsafr 5KJiiWESjS?ff!S?"1! j39l2 i; i A. J. BENNETT, A. .1. Bennett was born and reined on a farm in Livingston county. Several years ago he citizens. He owns a fine farm in the famous corn belt of the couuty, and his industry as a farmer, his skill in the management of a farr.i, place him among the leading agriculturists ot Southern Kentucky. He is a citizen lull of enterprise and one who delights in the prosperity of the county. R. N. WALKER. The senior member of the firm of Walker & Olive, the leading furniture dealers n the county, was born in this county in 1833, and lived on a farm until 1868, when he was elected sheriff, defeating Kobert Coffield, the ex-postmaster of Marion. In 1872 he was re-elected, and is regarded as one of the best sherill 8 the county has had. For awhile he 6old goous at Marion, and handled leaf tobacco e everal year?, G. F. CLEMENT. Was born in Charlotte county, Va., oi the 12th day of November 1808. His parent's n...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1894

n I I- pected delay in the publication of the full report, makes it desirable that at least a digest of its contents be published in advance. Indeed the numerous inquiries which have been made during the last two months, make such a publication not only desirable but necessary, if I would not iut more time on individual answers thin I can spare. I have, therefore, , concluded to write you a fairly full and perfectly unprejudiced and conservative account of my work in Crittenden. To make these more available I have prepared the accompanying map, drawn to the scale of one i ich three miles, and showing, I l'eve, in as clear a manner as possible on so small a scale, the outlines of the county, the watercourses, Dads, the location of the towns, post offices, principal churches and other well known points; besides, the outlines of Tthe different geological formations, the courses of the veins and fractures of the strata and location of mineral deposits of mrious kinds. It (inay take some...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1894

tX?:sEi te MARION'S ENTERPRISING BUSINESS HEN. $ j ml H. K. WOODS. In every city there i at least one firm conspicuous in its line, which by reason of its line lejmtation, the superior quality of its goods, and the high social and business standing of its proprietor overshadows others. In Marion such a position is occupied by II. K. Woods, whose headqtiaiters are handsomely and conveniently fitted up with all the appliances necessary to carry on his large and nourishing trade. Mr. Woods was raised in this county, has had twelve years excrience in the drug business; until the last 3 ear lie was a member of the ' firm of Hillyard tt Wood, but has now bought the entire stock. With such an honorable business mill at the head, the house is sure to succeed. He is an accurate, scientific and conscientious druggist and chemist, who i building up a large trade, a S'did business and a well merited popularity. The profession of a drugg.st is one above all others requiring strict and careful pr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1894

ras si lif VTkP ass- .w: , flFjT it 'J HEN OF THE HOUR. Some of the Leading, Professional and Other Active Citizens v of Marion. L. H. JAMES, practice. He has made a succc&tul specialty of criminal law, ami has in Was born in Xathville, Tennessee, ' m;t ,nc SCverc litigation been c,,ual June 7, 1S1I, recoived his education to the task and come oil conqueror. in the common fchoo's and when only nc w:ls connected with the Thomas- in'plvo VP:irs if -urn vvi lnft mi .rl.ii I'l ... . i mm .. . . j 0 ................ ,.,,,.,.... r.imore inuuicr case, uie iiiriit was anil h?g.m working to himself Mipjinrl lsmi ail,i suci a gj,ccch rjilcY s and widowed mother. 'o doubt 1"- oed from a court room's wa'ls as resigiiol the iioininatiou in older to devote his entire time to his large - i" O. M. JAHES, Born to legal purple, his success might have been great through the illuBtrious name of his father, but his own merits give him a prominence that is distinctly his. own. He was born on a farm i...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1894

Vja? Sfr?53BPil5w. ffvtvSS. -S- i JiiMT.ritfT'rSBJTMSBTBsBBTBff L. $Srft Jfl, Jfc TWFJsTy4iBlllBtM:'E3PTflfsPPKsBB ifctP"3Ji S5S 'iaB Rill. ?VT4 BEga J. W. BLUE, jr, J. W. Blue, jr., of llic 1 iv firm ol Blue & Blue, was Inrn in this city March 21), 1SG1. lie was educated in the public school anil Marion Acade my, and graduated from the last named in 1SS0 lie then cntcied upon the study of law in his father's oliice, and afterwards supplemented that knowledge by attending lectures in the Louisville Law Selrol, graduating in 1SS3, when he became jF - - till with his father in the firm of Blue &illuc, a firm w he so fame is extant fo: the man- eases they have led, even uuder the severest litigation, to afucccfsful termination. By his assiduous works, he has risen rapidly in the ranks of his profession. As a lawyer he is au indefatigable laborer and Las made a spleudid record heie which fewjoung men in Kentucky have ever equaled. He has built up a splendid law business, is cons...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1894

fXii m m Ell V"; ifeK J mr v 41 She Criifjettfrm j00 Illustrated PART THIRD. Edition. VOLUME 15. HARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 9, 1894. NUflBER 10. V HON. F. M.CLEMENT. Francis Marlon Clement was horn on a farm in Crittenden count v Sept. 21, 1S2.S IlifKuther, l-ham Clement came from Prince Edward county, Va., in ISIS, and settled on the Kentucky rive. In the ear 1810 he moved to what is now Crittenden, settling near where P. M. C lenient now hewing out of the forest a home for himself, and enduring the many incident to pioneer life. Before leaving Virginia he had mar-lied Mm Sal ie Clark Kudd. To them twelve children were horn, the youngest of whom is the subject of this sketch. F. M. Clement had veiy little school advantages, attending the very primitive country school at what was known as Liv.anl Point; he worked on the farm all his life, making a regular, hard working baud, during all the younger years of his life. After reaching his majority, he began life for him...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1894

! I a? GUIW QROVE FARfl. A. H. CARDIN, The i)roiietor of Gum Grove, ami one of the lending fainifH tif Kcntueky, was lorn twar Viigiiiin, in 16."5, nnd wit;-brought ii) on a faun. He been devoted lo fauuiiig and .-took business. In IS 13 lie came to Kentucky and thee mado this Alr.ut tl.it tv jai! ago lie liegan liming and uhnle.litig tip, and kaf tolccco, ai.d that, :.ddul to Ins alieady etrtifie and large oneratmns have wonderlully increased its volume. Gum Grove faun is a beautiful farm of tle liundicd actc?, ky adapted to raising, and iy improvement in the way of ding sml fencing lias keen nade that would add to it utility, 50 that it nun veil be e ne of the fauns in Kentucky. It is not only a pride to tl'C owi.cr, tut to tl e eoplo of the county of CYutcuden. When farniingr.no ttrckraUing are conducted caicfully on scientific principles, such as r.rc tued ky Mr. Ca.idin, it i of more value to the countrv than - J. W. SKELTON, "Was born September 18, 1857 in Livingston county Ke...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1894

ESf : 3 i 13 IP i Prtlnwotnis! stf!.. At st...tlin.i Afllljl at the close of four years BiicccNsful business still cnioy a good piitmnngc and there is no doubt hut that the business will continue to increase as it has in years past. In a community where there is so much time devoted to and capital invested in the culture of S. D. HODGE & CO. . MOORE & ORME. The drag house of Moore & Orrae M leading establishment of the city, and the proprietors have shown from its incipiency that no pains were to be pared in placing it in the front rank. The store-room is beautifully finished Sb oak and the presciption case is one of the most complete in appointment pi any we have ever seen. is &3 solid as oak, but the growth ef the business has been exactly the opposite of that slow growth timber, ICr. Moore is largely engaged in othor business, as he was a practicing for fifteen years, is an to depend wholly on his help, although hand, louder than any cue- blank books, (aney toilet...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 9 August 1894

fc siilt jjffJnSF' iTS K B Kscroi DYCUSBURG. A Glance at Her History, and the People Who Built the Pretty Town. A Fine Business Place. Pilled With Good Business Tien. The second largest toun in ( it county is and it i- a town of no f mall imnuitamv H, although tin advent ol tin railroad ha iiiterlVrrod niitciially in the Iiippittjr htisitus which nc torn- a h ad-i iir foal tiro In its das Djoii hnrg probably diil moie business tliaii Marion. it location on lit bmk of llio Cuuibeiland making it close to the marls of the world drew mine of thekst nieichants the county ever had. While mine of the attiactivo points aie gone, or rather while the rai road has superceded the liver, iset a liv town and does a 1 irge volume, of the location and admirable qualities of it business nun keeping her wc'l to the front. The rative forest ol that vicinity was first broken by a 3lr. ircycstcr, on the farm now owned by the widow In !&! ! W. Simpson built a rude warehouse below where the town now s...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 August 1894

s& -jet 1 TVH" '- I .5t. 4 a t , I - iSIHv . ' r r i Ayjf' 4fe fmm 3 i ' 1 .- 1V J- n t J-1( 4- " s - -" fe : ". "V.1 mi sa&i1wwwr t" -I c : W Our County. in 184 Its Agricultural Resources, Fine Soil, and Salubrious Climate. ' " $ - fjThe Educational, Religious V.VTMIII l Business Institutions of a Prosperous People. "5 new nnn huii ness. Betwci large number Court House. was James Armstrong, a native of South Carolina. He came to in 1783. All the best land being entered when Armstrong arrived, he resolved to travel westward until a choice piece of laud was found. When he came to the beautiful Valley, he was charmed with the fertile region. In 178G with his chatties loaded on a pack hor&e he brought the banner of civilization to what is now Crittenden county. He built & ctbin on Livingston creek a few hundred yards below the ford this house was a rude affair, it was twelye feet square, and had no door, a window in the gable served the purpose of a door and was reached...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 August 1894

;M fctai .O iignf 1A 1 -T . 1 . . . f "" QWpfc IT,3 fU "DbFSS l school. List year it was C I Jl I I Hiv Cl t 3 B Cil lliai WIC Idlll room milium;; . is un jl(LL T ADS' -small for the gioin town and -- were promptly made for an R. C. "Wai.miu, Publisher. TIIUKDAV, AIV.ITST 1C l.il. few jrfmk F. (5. Iloagland. Mr. P. G. KoagI.mil rendered valuable assistance in getting up this paper. I le makes the work a specialty and after trying him the Pi:i3 cheerfully recommends him to the brethren of tho press. 1 - An Error. ,An error occurcd in dating part one and two of this paper. It was expected that this issue would be published on the'ltli, but the non arrival of a poitionof the paper necessitated a postponement until the H!th. m Dr. W. .1. Deboe retires from the control of the schools of the county, after four years service, with the consciousness of having made a worthy officer. He has been impartial, and untiring in the important work, and faithful to the ti list. By a vote of 1S2 to 10...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 August 1894

fj&jOr ' " ':'.-:. - .' . "-"?' xwtwr.Mr - . '" . w - - - : . s-. , aiT 5 " . . JB., - "I. -i lift i IB ill I - . WT ki.ll T?7.j. m if -a: ONE YEAR $J3MK. ISSUED WEEKLY. R, C. Walki:u, Publisher. I r If 11? ONE DOLLAR A Fine llridgo. One of the best steel bridges in the county has jut been built across Livingston creek, two miles Irani Dycusburg, on ihe Eddy ville and V) road. The creek is the dividing line between Crittenden and Lyon counties, and the bridge was paid for mniy,ii tlie two counties, Ci it lou den paying SI SOD and Lyon SI 200. Messrs. Cassuly and Vizier, coininis sioners on the part of Crittenden, were in town Monday to report to the county court. Two abutments of solid mas'inn weie liist imilt, one on each side of the creek, mid each beginning on a sili.l rock and rising to a height of 25 feet, on these abutments rests the span of steel network, 100 feet long, the whole forming a structure that will stand tor many years. Ihe masonry put up by Pat Sliney, and not...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 16 August 1894

HI- 4 . IBS j. benne: us T - A. J. Bennett was born and reare.l on a farm in Livimrston countv. fy$ fc " . ' ;. -. - citizens. He owns a fine farm in the famous corn belt of the county, and his industry as a farmer, his skill in the management of a farr.i, place him among the leading agriculturists ol Southern Kentucky. He is a citizen lull of enterprise and one who delights in the prosperity of the county. R. N. WALKER. ttt 2? Tlie senior member of the firm of Walker it Olive, the leading furniture dealers n the county, was born in this county in 1833, ami lived on a farm until 1868, when he was elected sheriff, defeating Bobert Coflield, the ex-postmaster of Marion. In 1872 he was re-elected, and is regarded as one of the best sheriffs the county has had. For awhile he sold gooiis at Marion and handled leaf tobacco several yearp, Q. F. CLEMENT. Was born in Charlotte county, Va., on the 12th day of November 1808. Ilis parent's names were Isham and Sallie Clement, who had twolve chi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 September 1894

VOlUAin 15 OKLAHOMA LiriTKH 1ilVll CllKlk KI I August - IJI i Hi Iihsh lr the M l of ay of jour render who may l Interested in our new cnmitrv we end you the following brief tkutch for tion Tlie Indian Territory comprise pirt of the I oniidnim purchase and a lMtilit from France In 1M by Ilioiiia IcIR non It extends from M degree T1 10 minute to 37 degree north latitude and from 01 degrees mid 30 minute to HJ degree west longitude and contain aliout G8l00 square mile 1 1 wa set apart liy the government in 1 s i for the occupancy of the Indian tribe then scattered lt over the South and Wot The foil iwing Hi- were afterward rvmuvnl and placed on iwrvatwii within the Territory I h mkew Creek CnK taw Chica saw Seminole Osage N Pert knna riiea Oltoe Mhwiuris Iauiice Ioa Sae and I rtUiatmiw Chnjcnne and Wichita Kioa Co- nun he and Apache Hie first five iianiwl comprise what i ki vtn a the five riviliied tribes 1 hat if loft of the origi t Indian Territory since the cutting i f OlaboMiaou t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 September 1894

fir F i KyHMucol wtr fardBKn FXJVHSW K v nv r M f l i i w 4 4 ft I i Sa VVVVVVV fa t The TARIFF BILL Has Gone into Effect 1lioy St 13 l Aoc ts Itini IVioos Wc li co how fViccs oi The white winged angel of ptaie still Iiovcib over hcal jvilitioK Gov Vaite of Colorado a ac quitted of the charge of opening and retaining a letter Ik longing to a wo man lie rend the 1 Iter lint did not keep it Let the woman get at him and t ee who rides in gore The Maditonville Hustler i siied n daily edition during the Hopkins county fair Iat week It was a cred itable eight page paper nnd rliows en terprise on the part of the Hustler et and epeaks well for Madison- the fairntul the countv - Hon Ben Kcve the ponulitt can didate for congress has issued a list of forty seven appointmeits reaching from sheol to breakfast that is to say thev begin in the state of and end in the rariucah market Iioiue Paducah News Tlien his canvass will lie very short the two places are mighty chce to gether lion W L Wilson t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 September 1894

I ir in i 1 i nn I ii i i n i Cfrini I H - - - a r H K Woods Drug Store is Headquarters for SHOOL BOOKS School Slates School Chalk Tablets Paper Pens Pencils BOTTOM PRICES 1 L - - Wk KWttWS K C Wai kik Publisher mi ksimimtm itru d mi LOCAL NEWS Onlynuo mn in Jul Or T II Witt Di iiMi Marion Very good ire1 5 iwumtn for ut Sc liwaliV Tho want of liriPk lias linpciCHi pro- gre o tlic x Ihm1 building liny your Cntyim from II K V Nut kU jwr Imix Fine ruim and Wrk ol 1lowng fr wheat Kw inernly IVh tuail nil the public school of the i unit I Monday Itu r J and drugs from Ai her Heard Shady Grove Mr Jinenhdim spent a few ua lat KiHk in bl IoIh Wmd hat tlw latvH t lino of DrUK It Nk Nhool Supplim I town ir uit court conummwd t Smith ami M inlay ntimWrof load carpenter have wurk m tii new n uoui pire Ihimroilr Wti powder ami In all y want at Scnwabe Pure drug nl fitwh growls at lir V llmitls Sfcnily Grove nut court awl county 1 1 in it Mommy II K VnU wic h School Il kurd are tlio lowwt in town...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 September 1894

V vv tf v i f Li i r f VXftf ISSUED WEEKLY R C Wukkr Publisher ONE YEAR ONE DOLLAR THE NEWS Uolnral IVoliihitioiiHiK hurt nuini niitpil a fUte ik krt At the l rt Wayne lul Dtivinjr 1 never Park wtt rdriy ntiiriHiii the grentn8 Jinoer Jtobeit 1 nke the wriiin lmrne nu ing rerun I fur one mile Biilny tho iiiitHrc in 203 8 I ami ijutliioning Nmicjr Haul Mnaootuml Plying Jib h lml nmle the m unl if20 Hie tntul receipt nt the United States Treasury dtring the muuili of Ausiut miiounteil to S 11021310 ntul Hip ilMiiirveinetiti were flllCV 801 leaving a Minim fur the mouth of SW5Ji 1 10 cali lialliiiee i 812fls7vll of which fi i124ioii3 is gnlil It U nptin Niiiitiiticeil hy a hitcii from Uiiiiiiiigluini that hvo thoiiMiiiil liojjroas niombori ot tho Iiiteru tionnl Mirntioii Society will kmim lenvo foi Liberia the government of that try having oflereil each emigrant LM nerc of laml betides agricultural iin jilcments Salina Kan Sept 1 Word ha lust been ucciveii that tho bank at Jescott fifte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 September 1894

-- to v W iii urilMMMi We rei n r v r t i tt mil i 7tjmi4 iHVir n ojw 1 iMliiiAffOUi 1 1 utfl imwr 4 feHttfilUM V I I IP A - OLUME 15 HARION CRITTENDEN COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 13 1894 NUflBER14 govci Mn ut the rwleiil 1 Ugliest of all in Leavening Tower latest U S Govt Report RoYl j corn ltt hum In ex imine tho More in buying a drill 5w Ileno V Son i l hhnr jr ret uriicl from riMiiiiiiwy f Ciddrell i ounty ri -it huMng nniplrted hi work of iBiii2l7l pound of good fchrtMnp me gnd to announce tho rapid vr Mr HlicF iiu a ii i I11 i f ii 1 his Llillicd rcYenil and if he keens on i miiriir iiiv iu Mun zun of April I will have rl uraniums heliotrocs ver rBi paiiiii Iiiiw win ii ll vw ii hi pen tviu verv lnd see thsm Mrs Call at my house K C Walker lrKllla seruhuin mid nil Iclnl r rupsinhuaets ttl p ices cheaper rBWeHonSoii ot hi tiiiinitiUi lucre were three legal haiiginglon Inlay eley Warren and H Al tniWrgcr in Now dewy for killing a v man ami Noel Mals m In lViin Mhaiiia fur killing ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 September 1894

t R II i Tl L 4t 1 i i J IP f7 y m EJ yttc iu i j AJ jy v 5 The TARIFF BILL Has Gone into Effect l cy Sqy i Voc tvS Uo Prices Wo lcyc c Low liicos oq I DRY GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS and Our stock is now complete and we intend to make prices to suit the time Clothing is cheaper than ever before and our house is the LOWEST PRICE of all I S- 3D HODGE CO 4s fyrv flwoSsS ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONEYEAB ONE DOLLAR It seems to be the field against Grace in the Appellate bench race The late rains have improved crops throughout the State There was plenty of room lor improvement The men who slaughtered the six negroes in Tennessee are getting into a hot box Let justice have full sway Saturday settled the Breckinridge business nnd let it will be settled satisfactory to the best interests of the country the state and party as well as the district Democratic prospects are brighten ing as the da s go Business is pick ing up the good Lord has sent rain nnd Alabama anil Arkansas are still doi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 September 1894

mgggmgmgglggggggmmggagmmggmgmggmmggmgggmmggggg mmm Bv rl - l fc W BPPItJ L V WWWM -3 1 BIIMir 1BH 3 i i if pwa I i v H K Woods Drug Store is Headquarters for SCHOOL BOOKS 1 Qrf irl Cttxvl T 1 I - r r r w -x - - ---- - w iiuui wnaiK i auieLb jraper rens pencils DUI I UiYl FKIfciS Jfe J J I K C Vaikiu Publisher k IlItItSDAVSKrrKMItKIt U lKM I LOCAL NEWS f I Dr T J I I A H Cardin Wrv LtMkl colli r IMttinilf lor l I b hi JoHxitt Dentist Mnrion went to Kvauavillo yesterday at Schwab Duy your Crayon Wood at ftCt IMT lox Mr V C Glenn of Frednnia wa in town ycMcrday Wood ha tho litrtjent liuoof Drugs Uok School Kupplie in town Dyuninito blading owder nml flit nil yyu want at Schwabs W D Crowcll ha accepted a mim tioti in Schwab hardware store The Town Trustee held the tegular monthly meeting Tuesday night No liurlucm of imortance on hand Mr Jus Terry ol the Sheridan neighlorhood indangeroiml ill He hait typhoid lever Sheriff Frank want the public to understand that he i Mill in the tax coll...

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