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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 22 November 1894

IH I HLV B r nmsxiSSlWMSSM u CI J vv 1 Si tf t II JAMIH o M J OIK liames James LAWYERS - KENTUCKY Practice In the courts of Crittendc ai 1 surrounding counties and in th Cturl of -Appeals J w BLUE JR w j mn n V HNsllEDEBOE Attorneys at Law MARION KY xViil practice in nil courts of the shite vJromptattfiitMn given to all i entrusted to their care 0fie in brick building on public h j tare MCE NDNN lARIOIV - KENTUCKY Prompt attention givpn t all bui e ntrnMd ti their rare Caswell Bennett fttorney at Law 2 MARION KY FficelOver flarion Bank HHf or ea lo hv KV Moure Mattoou 0Ke every thin g J f nnblcii to thoi I Hof lianl times wSHU mmiKmu IBBBHb r i t c3Ri - iUfHS m BK 1 vfi Will prJclicein all the courts of the oiintv nil 1 will give rrompt ti a to all liiisincM cnCrustcd t him x am just in re- T AiDflr fe i2 lot ofyUV fltiest Vnrcr 4H Six Prices JlJwl iiiifra iiv 8SBBSBB r Than JPWTTnd com- non 1 hen as tnv ices thev arc in ea ynp reach of every oneiJul esc nods deserved lir inspection...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 November 1894

Ti Highest of all in I cavcning lWer Latest U S Govt Report PM 622 ABSOLUTELY PURE A STARTLING IKNTinUJjISlEin t Mho lltnziiio II1111M Which Will AIorl tho Mil mill lloily IiiTho lloiirVTIimNul n Trico Itrmalns to Tell tlto Tulo An cjploslon vkhltli rtccntly truce ol bone or liMUC ow will up tnUlc murderers uo iiltro betuinc to la detective ikill equal to tho i ii gtn jes I tin new ui ar hjiic li ins that criminal jurwpru uke into account d i e must flic Imtory ofcrimo proves amost i uliiMvely that murders will aUi liefiund out brcautc it i imxesiblo t gtt rid of tho remains II ii can ti t dcslriy iSo b uly jou can not de stroy tho evidiimw nf tho crime and the clews to the identity -or Hie niur dtnr And tho fact that it seems al it tupoMiblo to destroy human re- i i i it a ni liai uroiiciii ninny iiiiiihi K bar of justice and probably dc Il r I ivir rmii the execution ol dccrto iUo1 N hoveverau accident liai vra id a method whereby the bnly of n h r n up eriti may bo wholly de tr e...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 November 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report ffll j An explosion uhilli neeutly chemical factory revials trace ol bone or tifsue iuw will up Ixlate iminlercH uso iiitro bentinc to i i 1 cmccalinc evmcoces 01 weir i rimc Iidctetivokill opial to tho gn jes if tins new disc verj Thrto KiiictiiiM thai criminal d u c in itl take Inloncoiunt The butory of crime proves amot i hi lustvetv that munlers will al iys l f und out became it u impossible t eel rid of the ri nuins II ou can n jI delr iy tSe b nly you can not de stroy the evidnDcxi of the crime and the dens tn the identity vf Hie mur derer And tho fact that It seems nl in t ii noMiile to destroy humau ra 1 n brought many criniiiials to lUlartf iiutiec and iroliily tie 1 urn 1 ir fron the execution ol dfxr o d 01 S hl vever an aecidrftit has rt a i 1 a in thHl whsruby the liody of a wn up Mrm may li wholly dc utr yeil wiihm two hours luiving nb I Itly in trac Tbo Uxly of a mur dirnl prwm may according to thi inith d be pl...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 November 1894

1 11 Jl liM I aH nlil 6 Court S V J W1 St te m DONT i5r5nM5ta L5s5rnatsH The new issue of 50000000 of bonds put upon the market to preserve the gold reserve has beon sold by Sec retary Carlisle to a syndicate the price paid was 117077 and was n higher bid by S ii51702 than any others made i Jim MeKeniie our Minister to Pe ru has notified the authorities at Washington that Peru has issued a decree increasing duty on coal and a lartre number of other oommoflitief This was done to raise money to suj prefs the revolution in that country Did Judge Graco make any demo cratic speeches in the upper part of this district Banton Tribune Yes his record as a Judge and a citizen was a living burning speech P55 ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONE YEAR ONE DOLLAR The Southern States produced inoro than a third of the corn crop of the country this year Mid nil the pomp and splendor im aginable the new Czar Nicholas and Princess Alix were united in marriage ou the 20th A Michigan man bus sued a w...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 November 1894

f i v l Qfr ffc K C Vaikik Publisher LOCAL NEWS Subscriptions Itm hcd Tlio following pornous have our thank for nnnoy paid on subscription niul this ii n receipt to each for Mine If yon nre behind on jourr concluilo tin it nail wo will appreciate it j iict now 1 unoH Hotter Marion M V Ford Mrs C X o Win Ktill W Ii Flanary Iortlj Ferry W -S Isiurry Salem Mm Atlen Iiiory Ctimvillc W II Ath r Wrnton A T iper Tolucoopirt Tonti A I Me Fro Fords Furry 1 T frikr Blackford A WimmIuII Crayneville 1 in ItWery Frednnia 1 II Dms Mitrion Dr T 1 V itl Dentist Mnrion Fruit of nil kind at Gophers Siigar 20 pmimU for SI at Gopher iriii I niul 5 pounds lor 8100 nt t plirrii 1 I Piore wont to Missouri Mon li in litttiit Mr Joint I Itliltr in visiting rcb ntuoi nt Shady Oruve 1iitilier For Sal OjmIi or good nt J M Walfear I ran Hill Ky Mm Uilo mi gl lady of tho - i i ly rove neighborhood died last n lv Ilmir Dr Dixon Dor fl Itumem i r tin fund go to the big town k in i S o onr lino of loy knee pant or ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 29 November 1894

i ual fVAFl J wj el tc riKWtirHsw w w kx Mm K James James LAWYERS MARION - - KENTUCKY Practice in the courts of Crittende ulid cut rounding counties and in tbe Cow f Appeals b jxuta O M J1MK 3 w 11LUE JH W J DKIWE BLUE DEBDE Attorneys at Law i i i j MARION KY ill practice in all courU of the ttatc Prompt attention given to all business entrusted to their care jOJS o in brick building on public aqua re CRUCEMNN ifAIlION - KENTUCKY Prompt attention given to all buii Baft entrusted to their care Oi swell Bennett Attorney at Law MARION KY Office Over ilarion Bank Will practice in all the courts of tbe County and will give prompt atten tion to all business entrusted to him j KPHA Vv5z aIH Pur sale byE C Moore Mattoon -Walt Paper- J ike everything If has tumbled to thef touch of hard times oil I am just in re4 T Anan eeii Ufa big lot ofpVHBl the Prettiest PareA vcr shown in Ma PfijflAO ifoiu The late de jjniWD signs are things of beauty and for quaMThon Hy re beyond com4tlll pirison Then ...

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 December 1894

VOLUAIG IS lUehcstofall in Leavening Power Latest US Govt Report i MZZf hinuelf ami placed binuelf almost un reservedly in the hand of the money imguatt of Now York Mr Alan iiin successor tho Hon Chailrs S lmreliihl never thought of doing nn thing without filing the piibo of New Yrk firt All the Republican rxi rvUiieiof the Trvaury since Sal mon I Cliimjn time have been at obe dient to Wall trrct on if they served that little cllipio alone instead of tho entire people of this whole coun try Mr CuliMo is different lie in a nun of great intellectual attainments i Iniliivcd by tinny peopt capable of jiidcin to lw tho greitiitt philotojdier and canUriKttvo Mntmnien thin coun try ha prcdiiccil fn tilf a century He crvcd lon ni a member oi the JInue of Koprcftcnlativc tor Six j car he wai Speaker of tho Houo lor three yean a Seuttor of the Im tsl SlatiK No man pcilmpn haa ft thoroughly enjoyed the oonlidenco of nnd the wtcem of the Americm eo pie riioe who dillercd from iim in loliticA ac...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 December 1894

Ji it s 4 iiilSJBUffllPI i Va L 4 aL -ka - i ten VVr - - stw sssSinrr j8 j DONT Miss the Opportunity vvw I Q OiOloc voLiisdt Tor wintGi r - -- - 5 As we are knocking the tat Li Of II CDDBS CLOAKS Boots Sloes aiyaly M wt i fr - - K 1 i K V rr ew to i f W WWSJWfflJta - - ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONETEAB ONE DOLLAR In a number of town elections iu Massachusetts Tuesday tho Democrats were- winners small iiivors are vlankfully received in theae perilous times Tho Boanl of Magistrates ot Liv ingston county have appropriated 2- 500 to repair the- county iu Evi dently tlio lnard is not in sympathy with tho effort to move tho county sat As a usual thing an idle boy after being soundly spanked for any of his shortcoming works like chained lightning for a little while The pre sent Congress however maybe an exception to the rule If Mr Wattotson would stay as near tho middlo of the Democratic C roulon the silver question as he 1 J iHtlora Im nmtli1 lift IOCS UU Utrill Ui uitiij - v nei...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 6 December 1894

m fa 6oap ea ZJ far Is R C Waikeu Publisher LOCAL NEWS Ivory It Floats srt BEST FOR SHIRTS thc pnocrtn cuott ca awn Tliuuks lentlemcii Thero aro a fow hunilrcil people vthj owo tlio Ikem from 81 lo 8 1 tin utnoiint H small and they rarely think of it Thin is simply to remind them of tlio fact anil nt the tamo time wo desire to My that wo would appreciate tho payment of tlio mine ns the mo ney is needed A ilillnr hero and -a 1 tllar there is nut much to each indi vidua hut when they are considered in tho npjngiite it is a pretty good sited amount to the Bills Wo nc knowleda tho receipt of subscriptions from the following persim and we herchy tender our thank for same P A Howerton Marion Ky M V Morrill A Dean M T Worley T W Dillins - Brooks M B Graves Macomb Mo V II Stetnbridgc Hhady Grove K M Johnson IVinootou Ky II II Mayes Shady Grave Ky T h Imii Ieccw Texas Alex Woody Mutooti Ky II P Brown Ievia Ky A L Alor Salem Ky Nannie Metcalfe New Grand Cluiu n El B IIyne Ft lleno Okliu P J V...

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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 December 1894

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

THE IMMINENT COMING OF CHRIST IVitiihidttt or Holy Writ as In krpirteil by the Nuvcnth Day AUrrntista Tiio Chariots Sludl Kngo In tlio Strtcts Thpy Shall Jostlo Ouu Agnlnts Another lVniilo or Tills Jciicratlon Will Witness tlio Sifoml Com Ins of the Savior Says Khler llecd Ktro S4tunliiy KLIoHU V Koctl of NhsIiviIIo Teiin hiJbocn holding liuy mcoting Ht the opera house he lilts large congregation nml his ser in ii4 nro tlio talk u tlio town Hut litl Ins been known of tlio euot in thucoimty and thoiloctrino ho jirea cliia jo new to most of the pconlo Kliler H otl estimated tliu numlior of Kuvcnth Da AilrcutUU Sn the United States at 50000 anil ho Bays tin v nro crowini in numbere no- more rapidly than over before They htve a general conlercnca that meets oiuo in two ycarftin annual confer cure and the coll nt ry ii dividod into ilUtiicU ami each division has tis pre- niilenU They uru building emtrchea ut many pluces tbo nearest ouo to us ii at Howling Qrccn u hero a brick l v - Sl1 i...

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 December 1894

Ilt n 1 i 5Sa t V Salt 13u per barrel Drieil Apples Sets per pound Beans 3 cts per pound Brooms from 1 2 1 2 Stick candy in 21b packages louts Soap G bars for2octs Coal oil 10 and lo cts per gallon Coflee very best 4 1 2 for SI 00 Medium o lb for 100 Set glasses loots Glassware Glass pit her locts 4 piece glass set 20cts Lamp complete 20ct 12 boxes matches for oet Home made sorghum LVoet per single gallon 22 1 2 gallon by tho barrel Nails 2 1 2 cts per lb Onions 100 per bushel In addition to above will pay WILL NOT VMyv jssffrrrr tee an Mils stool of AMONG THE The Schools As I Kind Them for I a Perhaps the Flints thinks Bonn parto and I havo gone to tho bone oher laud of do yard or to some It nothing but tho truth is we have hcen so busy we have uot had time to tell what wo were going to do even after we hud done it Since last wo mentioned our humble solve wo have viewed territory from many hilltops rf Crittenden and have tated hay I as nud hoccake in remote corners of her dominion ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 December 1894

t fe Ss wv R C Waikek Publisher LOCAL NEWS Ivory 6oa no It Floats - as a BEST FOR SHIRT5 TXC FMOOTt k OAMDK CO ONTt Dr T II Cossitt Dentist Mariou J I P MINIMI Mr James II Wheeler of Clay is in town this week ii Miss Alice Wathcn of Fonls For ry U Hie gucai ot menus in rlon Mrs 11 W Wilson is vUiting her E daughter Mrs Jenkins in Chi cago Mrs I Miles and daughter Min is f Laura are visiting friends in fa Mrs II A Hodge spent last week with Mrs T J liuun in Mrs Mary Meltings of Madison villi is visiting her friends In this I section Mr II P Ing is very ill at his homo in Marion His recovery is thtr doubtful F W Darby sues Jasper Freeman anil Jas W Mjcrson ponusjory notes amounting to 1850 A F Griffith has purchased tho IVrry stock of groceries and is again in huiinoM in Marion Mr diaries Strother of Owonton Ky was a guest of tils kinsman Mr K 1 Hill Wednesday ii Zich Hoover a young man of twenty three years died at his homo in the Dry Fork neighborhood Friday Dr Haley the dentin who ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 13 December 1894

w m ss aSvK 5k tiA v i 1 J J 1 J J i J3X HON0E JFOHTIIEDEAI A MAUSOLEUM FOR THE MORO 8INI FAMILY r toaalthy Uankar Sparing No spc nta to Honor tha tt ICotlntr riaoa of lha Famllj Hoaea Llko h Grack Croat i if iwKPiyuvo icoi Muaro It Is to bo approached liy a path i2 feet 0 laches long- by 10 foet 0 inches u liU I- THE UARnHITI rtttcnfvru Tho height is to be thirty five feet from the grade of tho plot to the top of Ihe dome The exterior Is to be built of a flno quality of rose granite from the Westerly R I quarries nml will bo finished with a rough hammered effect Tho Interior is to contain ten cata combs which are to ba ranged along either side of the entrance halL Tho front of each will bo decoratod with fine Venetian marble work The main hall of the building- will bo cruciform and la to have a pcndentlvo celling supported by four columns carved from ClppIUno marble beautifully reined with rlolot and green The toiling over the catacombs Is to be a masterpleoe of mosaic of Venetian ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1894

V I s M wllv a3 - TTT - 1 1 i ii - V a - l - - i 5 V 11 n i MbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK v Huwin jjl 7 - riatffl r -fruit m iiimiiimhiii jJiBBi ffffliT jfcT nARION CRIf2VENTUCKVDECErlBER20W IMM MJBWbm bbbbbi WMM jssjBi fll M sf I M I 1JT Ml 1 wi We Have Ever El Had mm fcuyu0 n I SsPwhe vot M I II mmmmmtmrmmmmT7TT i JL4S S M MM I -- -- I I I ft M M1 mn9 ai ft ftft - 1 1 4 3 i m ns a OUR PLACE OF BUSINESS S UiiUUiUiUiUUiUmUUUUUiUUii SEE OUR Our GaliGoes u PIERCE LL j z CrETOUR we are going to Make a CJiange in Busines PMES a YANDELL T I r - AndOUR STOCK Must Be Reduced PrfTO4ronHWM -Sly K l y Clothing Goods will be Wc have the GREATEST LINE OF CLOTHING ever seen We have ioo suits worth 6 to 9 which will be sold at from three to five dollars UUWWBta SEE OUR MENS OVERCOATS FOR 250 CLOAKSI K7JrlSS0NrMsyrh from 5 i2 b0 For the KASH ONLY Our New Dress Qoods Wc have cut to the quick and they must be sold See our dress iioods worth from 50c to 125 per yd to be sold at 25c and 75c per yi FOR THE KAS...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1894

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Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1894

lKIWONAL Mr IT P Long wo aro glad to say is gottlng noil Mr B A Johnson of Carraville was in town Wednesday Mrs John Flanary of Ford Ferry ii visiting relatives in Irinceion Mr Arch Crossen of Livingston county was In town Wednesday Mrs 11 McConncll returned to bor homo near Greenville Tucsd iy Isaac Onsi of Eldorado Ills is with his friends in this count v Mr N L Pierce of rjt Iwis is at Marion to spend the holidays with his friends and relative The friends of Mrs Wajne Shaw will lo glad to learn thU alio Is re corcrlng Kev John D Fraicr will not move his family to Marion at present they rcaido at Elkton Mrs M U Jones left yesterday for Paris Texas where she will remain some months with her daughter Mrs P O Jones Rev W II Archcy of Shady Grove was in town Tuesday He likes the work tie has and his eople like him Mr II A Hodge has been travel Ine month for a wholesale shoe house He is engaged with tho linn for next Jsar It U Urown has sold a splendid farm in the Union neighborhood nn...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1894

aaBBBBBBBan iJ J K k v av u - F feL ifes k - jf r V wjLJKB Si jfcf HE JS HUM aS MB - IW wiK Iff 1aaV -ii Mi ar Wj K JaL S531 i IS- t f - - 1TA - B mm ihBw ruhlon Notrs A handsome long cloak is mnde with stralphl breadths gathered into a voke This yoke is unique in its design icing made in very long tabs shaped some what like a peach leaf 1 hee tabs unite in a small yoke above which Is a collar slightly flaring and standing up around the throat Collar yoke and tabs are a solid mass of rich embroid ery Such a trimming as this is suit able foi any handume material snch as heavy silk velvet molra or brocade The boa seem to be less in demand than the cape oca very stylish collar In thu latter garment there are sev eral attractive designs one of them having points that come over the shoulders and down the front and back in fact is but little more than a deep collar with standing collar A model of this sort is of sealskin and has very deep full Angora fringe Ermine from becoming popular ha...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1894

I fe -- tV -AS nji j el VOLUME IS 3 0 o SSrIUl S rfS PJO i CO SJ UtfSS w Dofhjt loot ypuf money iE - fc 4 vi ZZ OUR PLACE OF BUSINESS 2 aiuauuuiaiuiiuiuiiiuuuuiau t - - ate1 inf TXTfrkl UW V KLii JU i I v -ff - V r ft m mmmmmtmtmtmnnmnnmtg ur JLi rt J J I i jy t fEffora e Best are 5 dents per yard lStoiii8cQiflghaidrc per yard FOR THE KASH ONLY Vv jsi 5 see oxma Wg have 150 Coats worth fromji7to he sold fo only One Dollar and Fifty Cents- r liTiTi - Uiat LPUJi A11JJ 3FoTX3EsziiBia onnL jjTfc HARION CRITTENDEN COUNTlrVKENTUCKYDECEriBER 20 1894 K will be Clothing CLOAKS Our New Goods Wc have the GREATEST LINE OF CLOTHING ever seen We have 100 suits worth 6 to 9 which will be sold at from three to five dollars iiimtls Wsli tt Q8 f i iM lit it fe laMfe Ii ftelttA 22 fl i pcj 8 5 wj jBa to S K W P GO- mm w Om B S S p H i h 50 Wk2 o o g3 S CD S OS 24 81 oJtr JD 00 Hq C SSJ IS V mM - v -V c w FOR THE KASH ONLY SEE OUR MENS OVERCOATS FOR 250 Ll im 7Si r IAjS id a n n emK MVSMf w Ai IBs w i ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1894

ul 3Pg WEEKLY Ier Publisher ONE DOLLAR Journal sijs Unit Gby Browu is in the Senatorial race to stay until tho finish vote for Governor in Tennessee hll8 at Iat D3CI1 COllIHeil miu uim iced Eans Republican recoivid I105104 Turncy Democrat llHioi lima Populist 23012 Hugh Mulhollaud an ex posttnastei of Paducah recently confessed to fo gingEd Frles namo to a lit n dollar check By returning the money escaped prosecution IWork has been commenced on a lroad between Paducah and Cairo 1 isthe road that should tie ad Marion together and tap the if country between these two unkfort Argus suggests that m make the race jor torn- turo neJtffcar tngutmu Fed ujon5MjS jbernationattchair is It Stone to Co to HI keeps dilly- lailroad tax in le does not go into fecincts but contents lohing what he can outside bf Casey villo and Lindle las good as people any- I would not surprise the lo of these days Black- jeronot trying to find ly Patterson rax has -come to Etay Ion of the present con tacted but no ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
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