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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1894

H I iO I v I iv i t -e TEUSONAli Mr II P Long wo nro glad to Bay Is golting well Mr B A Johnson of Carrsville was in town Wednesday Mrs John Flauary of Fords Ferry in visiting relatives in Princeton Mr Arch Crosson of Livingston countj was In town Wednesday Mrs 11 McConncll rourncd to her homo near 0 rconville Tucsd ly Isaac Gasf of Eldorncl Jls with his friends in thi ountv IS Mr M 1 P ercc of St Iuih is at Marion to fpend the holidays with Lis friends and relative The friends of Mrs Wayne Shaw will bo glad to learn that she U re covering Rav John D Frazer will not move his family to Mirion at present they reside at Klkton Mrs M IL Jones loftjeHerday for flf l Paris Texas1 where suo wirauwu Bomo months with her daughter Mrs T G Jones Rev W H Archey of Shady Grove was iu town Tuesday He likes the work he has and hispeoplo like him Mr II A Hodge has been travel ing a month for a whpleeale Bhoe house Ho is engaged with tho firm for next year R B Brown has sold a splendid farm in the U...

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

- tl fff X J 1 v 1 V t i u Bib m P PERSONAL Mr H P Long wo aro glad to Say is getting noil Mr B A Johnson of Carrs ville was in town Wednesday- Mrs John Fianary of Fords Forry is jisitlng relatives iu Princeion Mr Arch Crosscn of Livingston county was In town Wednesday Mrs It McConncll rolurned to hor homo near Greenville Tuesday Isaao Gass of Eldorado Ills is with his friouds in this county Mr N L Pierce of r Louis is at Marion to spend the holidays with his friends and relatives The friends of Mrs Wayne Shaw will bo glad to learn that sho Is re covering Rev John D Frazor will not move hia family to Marion at present they resido at Elktou Mrs M H Jones left yesterday for Paris Texas whore she will remain aome months with her daughter Mrs P G Jones Eev W H Archey of Shady Grove was in town Tuesday He likes the work ho has and his people like him Mr H A Hodge has been travelt ingn month for a wholesale shoe house Ho is engaged with the firm for next year R B Brown has sold a splendid...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1894

r o H - i o v o r n tlmu in womens llfo when sho could cullb vote nil the littlo feminine arts mil IgiacoTthnt 9nto lnhbculluttv it la aftor her mm rlago vows liavo bound her to tho man whom hho has chosen for a llfo partner It wm n benslblo woman who bald I insist that a certain amount of coquetry Is not only allowable but a duty to our husbands One requires to bo some thing more than meiely a good house keeper to keep n mans lovo and fuo ccssfully preside over the homo to which he looks for domestic happiness A carefully chosen toilet a becomingly aininged eolfture sleeves that show to advantage a white and rounded nrm thoes that cater in cleciest fakhion to the outlines of u well molded foot all of these aiu telling points which no wlfo should oveilook in her efforts to keep well alic the lovu ilamo which burned so nidently boforc marriage Laying aiido tiro armor of fascination for ever so short a time is illtastious Thoio are nlways cleer women about- ready to step into the si e...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 20 December 1894

- h W s 3t U il V- - L i V- w 1 TOTO M1P oho6cn for a llfo w 77 F TJIEBE IS ever a time in womens life when sho could rrato nllUio llttlo feminine arts nnil orrncesthat fascln ato masculinity it is after her mar rlago rows liuvo bound her to tlio man whom she has partner It ttns a sensible woman who said I insist that a certain amount of coquetry is not only allowable but a duty to our husbands 0o requires to bo some thin more than merely a good house keeper to kcop a mans lova and suc cessfully preside over tho homo to which ho looks for domestic happiness A carefully chosen toilot a becomingly nrranged colffuro slcovcs that show to advantage a white and rounded arm shoes that cater in clovercst fashion to the outlines of a well molded foot nil of these nre tolling points which no wife should overlook In her efforts to keep well allvo tho love flame which burned so ardently before marriage Laying aside tho armor of fascination for ever so short a timo is disastrous There are always...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 January 1895

J Wr T1IK CAKLISliK Hllili A Moillfloil by tho Dmiklnu nnd Curronoy Commlttoo tlrritt4l In Ut lttit lilnl of Dlf frrrnrr ItrlMrrli lliv hfrrrlf Mrtturi htt llii nirttl nf Ihr Cuitilnlllrr iiimitov lfecCS Mr Sprliirr IMimiW nt n lnl liour jrmtpnUy nf t rn ii luul Ixiforo tlio lioiim u t i II I i ir i ti I II 1 x fr tlio ihmhIIiik currency Mil n il nf tins aiiHinliiiiiit which eon utrrceil nixin by the leuiif i mciiilitfr nf tho committees otln m n iifTiHlwl liy ecritury Cnr Hie author nf tlio bill tliHt hns iinilrrenuxlilvrntluu nil the wrek i I n rorliilli feiiliin f tho ill which It linn leon ileemqil nil- v mlle to retnln After luylnip tlio siititutc Is fore tho house Mr rpimjjer briefly explnlneil tlif luior tai t i hunge mnilo In the Cnrllslo bill unl their effect n follows I irt IVrmlttln tho ileposlt of cur r n ivrlllkntrs Ksuivl under section tills cli rniiHV IliAtwid Of thebunks themsehes todctdnntu tho nfcncies nt Which niitlonil Isjnk noted shall ho redeemed TJio effect f ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 January 1895

4 -- w J Bfc I C mm saw jw WSC owinn JUix T I KWSS ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher ONE YEAH ONE DOLLAR The State Treasury Im again ens pended payment lor luck of fund The reason for suspending appears to bo a good and conclusive one This seems to be the season for Capt Stones boom for Governor Congressman Kills is also enjiijing a little boomlct of similar nature Capt Backwell advertises another salo of property for railroad tax at Morganfield Jan 7 Every man Caseyvule and Lindlo precinct it is announced will attend the sale Who says advertising does not paj Somebody sent Hon Asher Cnrutli a handsome iKieket outfit ns a Chtist mas present The gay politician says it is of no use to him and he does not know what to do with it The donor jMirobably hadnt heard tlut Asher would nt draw any salary as congress man after March 4 Some of the fellowB who are going to bo forced to pay taxes according to the amount ot their incomes will test the constitutionality of the Income ITax Bill in t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 January 1895

IHVPMHP11 J imbk - i - M iii VJJ J V rjijM Wi fj Mjd M asv pcs K C Wakkkr Publisher LOCAL NEWS Ivory 60AP V2 BEST FOR SHIRTS Or T II Cossilt Dentist Marion Ir It L Moore qualified last week It t member of iho lioanl of town truftecs A daughter of W J Paris who htrt two til ilea northeast of town died Sstunlsy Thomas Ianliam mi old titizen of IntUiiden Springs neighlxirhood died M unlst of lwt week Itetentlr Henry Davis has lost liy loath a Hue hone two good rows and a Joj Ot course liu it bereaved In cae of wvere and audilen cold Kyttt Clierrj IVctoral if used accor ding to directions 11 n sure cure Aak for Ajcrs Almannc A F Grillith if yon want staple or fancy groceries He ha a Ufi lock of the In xt and freshest goods and lie want your trade Kilcr Clarence Hodge fillol tin pulpit at the Ilaptist cliurch Sunday night lie ia attending Ilethel Col lege anil was at home for the holiday The Steward of the Mcthoditt churches of the Marion circuit held a meeting at thii place Monday and a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 January 1895

I k Vj N la- v 1 s CONDENSED TKIKRKAM The KnrrncrV and Merchants state bank at Mansfield III ins robb sl bv kafc bliiwer lrecltrd e ami Waller the tht wurlrttriilsiiaviKttni broke In bun Knuietsct Gmgress haV agrl t the free fir the Cotton cVMitrn ItomtS V Yi tile ml 1 -fault nr major Samuel I llrtlha snrrvtsUered t thcauthxirilies llvrg nf Texts has tsurd a quarantine prwltiitruhaii Hgaint ds caM Mexican Willie riiAtllor atrjil two ofcidren nrrv fa tally burned a the r Hlt of a gtvMkllne cxphiskin t Vilas OUU Mrs Wool f irmerlv Ml Myrtle lira ie IVmvrtMii O Uloi4e at MiHttk clbt 111 TIr geographical survey nas report ed a the ronnessvc tthospiaic lcds declaring Ilium to be of great value Ilobber attne ml the rvsidenw f John Vantage u aw IVrrr irrti He kJIml one an I tbe other- role i Jst ervtary Sulii la nvu n i l l In murrn s to pr f r fie i if guvuraineut map t the p ilc t cJuasls Miss Nb I n t r iilr Spent tort I ICoiHrr Ks was ami arobuuly fatalv injured by a nibl r U til a prM...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 3 January 1895

u w I r j h ft o 1 V M A- K fc A i ffiwpniii i 4 XVtai - JsJt a - CONDENSED TKIKnAH a t The Farmer ami Merchant tat Uanu nt Mansfield 111 nun robuil by la fc hi oners IlnH ddurMcc Rinl Walter the round-the-world c ulisti have ffiinc brolce in Kan lniiiiiiii Congress has iijrreud tn tlto frvo portliUim o exhibits fir the Southern Cotton cqmitiiii V Yl nllered iWtnltluir iiiiivnr Samuel II lletthns Mirivtidercd to thuuiithorltles I lor llotf of Texas has Isim d a quarantine proclamation iignlnst dis eased Mexican eattle A Iii5tllern1d tun children wen- fa tally burned ns the result of 11 gasoline eplosion at Vilas OUlii Mrs ieie Wood formerly Miss Myrtle Urn le of I inloitiii com milted Mtlelde at Monllcello III rinStooraphleal survey liis report ed on thu 1ennossep phosphate bids di durlng them to be of tfreit value Uubtai s nltauCigl the rvsldt nec of John Yemiinis IVrrv Ocli lie hilled one hii I the other r Hie iim Secretary S nsti 1 a reeouuu hit to eonyress Jo pr ivdj f r tlie di...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 January 1895

VOLUME 15 i AN OLD SALEM BOY Cil John It H iss or Fort Waj lie Said to Ito tlm Klclirht Man In Indiana WAS II0IIN IS IIVIMISTOX C0UNTY Tho Kansas Ciiy Slur of rt recent tin publishes ft lengthy sketch with portrait of Col John II live of Ft Wayne Ind who tin Stnr alleges in probably tho richcrt man In Indiana anil certainly tho largest manufactur er Tin facta given nro of local in terest in that Col Him wo lorn raised ami educated in tho adjoining county of Livingston near Old Sa Icm At tho ngJ of 17 he went to Fort Wavno to l arn tho trade of n foundry man with nn older hrothcr who had an Interest in a foundary there Since that time Col Bats haJ made his homo there after four ycrtia leasing tho foundry whch ho succch fully tan and a fow years later pur chased with another the largo Fort Way no Machine works which ho be came Bole owner of iu IStiJ and in creased their capacity to rank first of their clasi of Industrie and in that sanio year established di similar plant at St Iuis an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 January 1895

trj U AN OLD SALEM BOY C1 John II IIIVH r Fort Wujne Snltl to bo tlio Richest Mun In tlKtlllllU WAS HORN IX LIVINGSTON COUNTY The Kansas City Slur of a recent ii j publishes ft lengthy sketch with portrait of Col John II Hi of Ft Wayne Iml who tin Star alleges is probably the richest urnii in Indiana and cerlnlnly tho largest nianulactur cr Tin faot given nro of local in terval in that Col IUm was born raised anil educated in the adjoining county of Livingston near 011 Sa lcm At tho ago of 17 ho went to Fort Way no to I arn tho trado of a foundryman with nn older lirntlirr who had an interest in a foutulary there Sinco that time Col Hats ha made hi homo there after four jcnis leasing tho foundry which ho miccch fully inn aud a fow jears later pur chased with another the large Fort Wayne Machine works which he Oc eania sole owner of in 1801 and in creased their capacity V rank first of their clssi of industries uud in that same ear estahlished fl similar plant at St IiOifn and again ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 January 1895

R r 1 A k - - BJiHBHHHMi i LI Sfes t5 I r me J - ta f 3fc j J fa J m -1 ft 4- I l i JL r 4r M I COST IS ALL WE WANT wsTHtiiEiEiUUEfJsai -YOU CAN BUY ALL M Winter Clothing III Goods Boots Shies We are Closing out such goods at Cost ffe5 s ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walker Publisher XX TUB ONE DOLLAR Belgium has declared war against American cattle Slaugbterville Webster couuty will vote on prohibition February 23d The majority for prohibition in Trigg county was GOO Landslides are still in vogue At Harrodaburg Friday Dr F L Harrod was shot autl killed by sheriff Vanarsdale without warning If you Want to arouse the ire of the average East Marionite mention the matter of extending the corporate limits Settlers in Oklahoma overtook a gang of horse thieves and now there are five thieves less in the world two were shdt and three hung Mr jV P Fife the drummer evangelist wjJJ begin a meeting in the opera house at Princeton Janua ry 13 Bob Moore and George East two Oklahoma bandits were hemmed in by ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 10 January 1895
Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 January 1895

ci3ssisflcsvscsss3UHeui in London for about J 1200 Tho specimen which tho governmant now owns is in perfect condition but tho skeleton is mado up out of a job lot of old bones Ono of tho few things I remember haying seen at tho Ctnttnninl was a nair 01 boots mwra out ot tno lanneu l t i Qm THE NATIONAL MUSEUM TrJ tlia nlgV of J10 12 1812 the tVvprahirn 1 ship Aycrshiro vnn Jinny Ktrniigf nnd Intcrchtlni Itclics Jiitlunil Together Tliiw Special tii the 1mm Washington is the great Mecca of AnmriM No city in thi country ia viiUil annually by such countlera niimlwr of liriilil coupled ami host tif alghUeersofn Ipm intcrretlug clam Oiic iif the places which every one viiU it the great National Museum where the government hai on exhibi tttm thoiiMniU Uon thousands of in tcrtliug and valuable ulijocU The average visitor wanders altout from room to room giving a glance only at each cae ami goes away tired lyri cally and confuted mentally at the I erplcxius iiutiienaisy of the tiiu tiericnlt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 January 1895

- L X B if QJ ijjjltfjwas ISSUED WEEKLY Is Congressman Kills going to fol low his neichbor and fellow towng nun Tom Petit out of the Democra tic party Axle a prominent citizen of Ver sailles died of lockjaw Monday fifty thousand dollars had been offered for him he was a horse of course Over five thousand street car nen OO on a strike in Brooklyn The strike was caused by an attempt on the part of the company to make men OVWo t The citizens of Mt Sterling have held a meeting nnd denounced tho re- jjjilltii The First district ha1 e mdulatcs aud prospective cajdidite for State oflico Oiie of the latest to be mentioned is the name of Hon Ike Quigley in connection with torial honors IIo is a young in in of marked ability full of energy and wherever tried has developed capabil ities beyond expectation Governor Brown gave a high testimonial to hi worth when lie appuiuted him t the Appellate Lench to fill the vacnuct occasioned by the death of Judge Bennett Mr Quigley would rally the young D...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 January 1895

1 M if QTp psu K AVaikkk Publisher LOCAL NEWS Ivory bom ki lUNYr i It ill a T Mt Floats sss BEST FOR SHIRTS illOtll UMBlt CO ON TI i II LWHt DontUt Marion J Biioett tit Iulu wag in iiliit atari his stonmic il Iufwday i an get Will in k up 1 1 1 1 -11 l irM wont conic COMMCIlt i U wivks with friends 1 mi It i Marion in ami war crowded with anJ iv paHtitv uilher i taweirtwi to no win I oil by note or nth VUer A Olive iMrtron has biKMi ai l is till eoHlinod k will Ulti to toll olf tl acbsal house tower this rlHtfi wants to soil you II will sail I Warn exactly 1 Hodt it Gos and buy nni nnil ettihlrons wool i per pair W K Wikox iIuifrM to fituily to Marion to get the i of our Kuhool 1 aiiao litiies hate lxjou ifoueil t dm V IIbusou and Miu Ada i - IMIunlinnnd Mis Mary I Ir li f t k ItViS lmw i r rttnt titular actiul jt UK Woods 1 I r Wuvlinl wont to Ca tirlay to tpaml a few iioiiiU ami relatives V II Cutdin Iim Ixtught stv i f IkImoco fivti and two r ili pnsvnlling priced Miu llwiry retu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 17 January 1895

LEV r i V f i II M i it i1 t H rT n fv i 0 SM Tr fK THE DIVORCB C01Xi s I WSk if WILL HTAn THE STORIES OF THE WICKSES A tKNSlTlONAI lltOitillM CIIICAUO Thn Wlf of trip VL 1rrVnt of llin rnllman 1aIhct Mr oniiiiy llrliiga Arlloii Tiny VI pro LMlrra 111 lhl - ruff McK aly HE HMXns MtC iiullc1 down nt tlio h a u il is o m o r c s I- ilunee 3rV7 Oniml bouleTard Chlnifro tlmt for the pit tin years has In en the home of Mr ami Mrs Tlioinns II ickes and their three Inter esttnjj children Partial explanation of thi Midden withdrawal from public pare of one of the inotit prominent business men in Chicnpo ami of his amiable uifennd daughters is found spread on the cold insensible air of the records in the Circuit court of Cook county -The other day there was tiled on the equity aide of that court a bill on lx lialf of Imim N Wickes praying for an absolute divorce from Thomas II Wickes second Tice presldcnt of lull nians 1alaceCarcompany The news of the letfal proceeding fell like a bomb shell...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 January 1895

V 51 M g j1 - iMii ii ii tf iri rn m imii hiiiii i hi mh rWTSTlwr UvJ f 5 V VOLUME IS rlARION CRITTENDEN COUtV KENTUCKY JANUARY 24 1895 NUrtBER 33 r - COST IS ALL lSfWE cr tfRHKl jW ill wjS Tt daarcUH 1 - v -1 WANT J 1 LAND OF BLUE GRASS IMIfnr tVudvrsoii SIiiks of ilic iloritts niid lliuiutirs ol Our rca SUIe In tbolilg ICinluckr alUwa if tlio Ckurtir JtturnnlIr WolHrnn had lb Aillowti ottaraatoritto cdflorinlt Wo U1 a guy lime m nrttl nno thor 9lngcit gentleman from ITiti iMrkf n guntlxmsn from Vlrgfnin a fillow Trow No Vork anil a trnm lttuii ltwwtirnbur vrlio you are Jack roewlmr that ynu nro a Kentuck lu pav the Mil aixl kliool the Or all tlio Btatot ammig tho Knlnxj ol Sntii tbo Siuloof Kentuoky -mm an mlUidiiallly ii no my nMaU a oonimoiiwcitllli tho most 4eturMuo hikI nt tli mine time tin mitt lMirtHur It U tlio 0110 iiioiu iw wt lit Aniiricnn liiin nhieh i Lit itvu hII uvor the worM Tmin tho leaning tlii iliitlntliun hopin to iiianiAwt iUolf and witli caoh imccco illag Kiim...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 January 1895

Baaaammmr r - -2 tsN M V4TW LvitAttMwngar7rwffsg3riBaBaif A GRAND CLEARANCE SALE a o teticicMiiaii o KJK 3jt i 4v r a aaaaaaamaV Sst tfv u DRESS Prices no object IE Now is your opportunity to avail yourselves of many rare bargains r3k 3ss ISSUED WEEKLY R C Walkur Publisher ONE YEAR ONE DOLLAR AVe devote most of our space to the school and to our orators and poet wo oiTer no apology for this as no more acceptable reading matter can be found The opening of the Echool iaa liig eventmade the bigger by the eplei did efforts of thoto who met the responsibilities of the occasion in such creditable style Head what they say and our word for it you will be the wiser and better With a big clock on the tower of the best building in the eiunty every fellow can tell what time his sub scription to the PrEss expires Hie ye to the drug store for a pill But to the bar rcom for that liquor Tho city dad parsed that bill And they will never nover flicker Oicir Turner jr after loking over the field has d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden press. — 24 January 1895

I i i I- I 2 5 K C Walkek Publisher LOCAL NEWS Ivory Mr Floats Crt Mowta in 2fT nrt BE5T FOK 5HIKT5 TMC PnOOUn QAMfltK I a corn Dr T II OMtl Dentist Marlon Tim pahlie saneuls are rioting 1 1 i irw a nlf crowd tt Cntk r Jaeedey barwo baa I ly rat ruling ia M a A toaeaof apring and two toacnae I Wllf Mr O JTji Mt to Pnwk Mr It Jsbssw W slW in I bw oanliag waebino MiteCiea Nuor eora f BU krord u iet of fHendt ia Marina Ilirt will MBber oi new I111 1 built to Marion tkie year Mia J ll7iiarBJ WUsKsJlie Wslkrr wet ta InwhrHlle Monday TIm KvaM atveriff of Llriags t ii luunty waa la Iowa yeetcrdar A F UrMtNWMU to tall yon K r ries Ho will avll tbem exaetly riK lt Ireek oaaaud gowk of all klada th tu ttkeaade tow at A V Ill Its M I w Clewsaat Better Bniik and Hiiie Qivesw aaat 8aaday ia St irgis The town lax m per visors jaei last Tburxls bat Jaw obaagw wt ra made in the aaaanwiejslc All Mtnassi Iriibmi W as will pleas eail aid aattlr by nata of alb Walger A Ollra M WoofiriNg oi Clay waa ia ...

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