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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 March 1907

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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. — 14 March 1907

If, l h L ? 'JT- -??j: l mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm S J- 1AIAIX I Ad fb9encb ttalloreD Qlotbeejm St For a Personal Invitation to Visit Our Store and Examine 5 THE MANY NEW THINGS I g M 3 I vl C I'frDi'Or J s WE SAVE YOU MONEY AND PLEASE YOU TOO In Dress Goods We have all the new Things in Fancy and Plain Fabrics, Wool Taffetas, Panamas, Voiles, Serges, etc., Peau de Soie, Taffetas, and Lousine Silks. New Things In Sheer Goods in New Designs and Weaves Don't Wait Too Long YOU KNOW WHO LEADS IN MEN'S AND BOYS' FINE CLOTHING! So come in and see our Line as we very carefully studied the styles, have the things that are right Up-to-the-Minute in the style of cut and pattern. We handle a Bench Tailored Hand Finished LINE NOT TO BE FOUND ELSEWHERE MEW A DISPLAY Such as has never been shown in white goods and embroideries and you do not have to pay war prices for them either. Neckwear for Ladies and men. Just the things FOR EASTER The Greatest Line of Carpets, Druggets, Rugs We Have Ever Sh...

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. — 14 March 1907

I r:. Soda Slater ?4l By FRANK H. SPEARMAN I Cop)tight, 1900, by KimV H. Spcsrmn IIKX the kiv.u engine which we called the s ky semper mine out (if iho lio U'lmllt t ro in pilot to tender liur master luoihaii'O. Xeichhor, had an idea, after her terrific collision, that Bhe could not stand heavy main line passenger runs, so he put her on the Aeton cut off. It was what railroad men call a jerk water run, whatever that may be, a little jaunt of ten mile across ttoe divide connecting the north era division with the Denver stem It was Just abont like running a trol Joy, and the run was given to Dad Sinclair, Cor after that lift at Oxford his back was never strong enough to shovel coal, and he had to take an engine or qatit railroading. Thus It happened that after many years he took the throttle once more and ran over, twice a day, as be does yet, from Acton to Willow Creek. rite boy. Georgia Sinclair, the kid engineer, took the run on the flier opposite Foley just as soon as be got welL ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 March 1907

fc' BbATl 'ft f ' n K - m RHEUMATIS CURED The Circulation Stimulated V I j.L ana i lie lubricated Price Sold JHHV M, Sloan's Address - SEVEN SPRINGS. Jim l'iitton si nil wifoj 'atidlittlc laby, Briee, his lather's family Monday. Holand Gritlltli is conlinud to his "oed and is a very sick man. Several Iroiu here wont to the sale Wednesday. Clinton Brasher, of Caldwell Springs, bought a horse from Joe Hodiie last week. Rc. Goodkum, pastor of the Methodist church at Dycusburg, wa visiting Mr. Lewis I'atton last week. Saint Uriilith, of near Caldwell Springs, is hi this section attending hiH sick brother. Tom Patton is improving some in health. Jam Hut! ison the sick list. Had colds seem to be almost an epidemic in this community. Dangers of Pneumonia A ccld M this tune if neclpcteil is liable to tan-- p'Huiuoiiia which n 40 often fatal, and ev i wlitn the patient lias recovered the Uines aic weakened, making peculiarly to the development of consumption Fole"s llcniy ami Tar will stop t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 March 1907

DYCUSBUR6 Died at his home one mile from Dycusburg, Feb. 2S, 1907. Edgic Gregory Sr, in the year of his life. Mr. Gregory was for many years a representative citizen of this community. Thirty-six years ago he was married to Miss Jennie Yancy in her sixteenth, year and who survives him. His five children are Messrs Claude, Edgic, Chas. Roy and Mis Lucy. The burial was at the Yancy family cemetery, on the afternoon of March 1st, Mrs. Fiuley, of Marion, sister to Mr. Gregory arrived at his bedside a few moments after his death. Mrs. Gregory whose lovely traits of character have endowed her to a wide circle of friends and relatives has universal sympathy, and well she may rely upon the affection of her lovely daughter and noble sons for comfort in her declining years. Seima 'Williams, daughter oi Mrs. Gid Hill, aged about twelve years died at the home of her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Ball, Feb. 27th, at three a. m. and was buried at the Dycusburg cemetery the following afternoon. The d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 March 1907

Tftr fun-1- "-, &M,r)5&5;tfrijr ;'y5P5iwlvw(WW', 'JV tot f If nbtn JSecoM fhr VOL 28. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 14. 1907. NUMBER 41. HAVE RIGHT TO GET TOGETHER Victory (or Union Party In Cumberland Presbyterian Church by Decision of Indiana Judge. Kvansvillc, Intl., Mar 9. Judge (ulchmt, of Vandorburgh Miorlor . "iirt, rendered n decision in tlio Presbyterian church union today, in which the unionist win rt!i overwhelming victory. The decision was two caso8, one frm Washington lad., in which the sun for possession o . 1 urch property, tho othor from Vin-. nne. Ind. in whieh the unionist .-L for injunction to protont tho nnionists from interfering with their posHCMlon of property. The isxuc turned upon the logality f union and constitutional right of il . two Presbyterian ohurchos to on- r into the union. In tin elaborate iTiMon the judg recount? the his- rj of. the many Prosbyterian unions i. 'he pt -00 yoars, and dwided i!. at such untlorm aetion amount to ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 March 1907

1 r. P fe 'W5Tpl e ,jJhatosBBjgjjtfM GRADY BROS. Dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE, WESTON, KY. Try Us for Bargains Hogwallow News. .Atlas Peck had tho misfortune to off the Gimlet creek bridge fortunately had his umbrel la hoi.stcd and as the wind was in the ' direction he floatod thru the air and landed safe on the shore. X pauper odds hot uosorvo any vast amount of credit for loavlng a good, (juitc, simple life, as that is about all there is left for him to do The cows broke in and noarly drank ul all the water from Fit Smith's pond, leaving it so shallow that the fish have to swim on their sides. Itaz Barlow does not look so well now but will improve greatly when he sheds in early spring. A man owned a clock and one day it stopped. The then did not know what time it was, and on looking on the streot saw pooplo apssing on their way to dinner, and ho wondorod how they knew the hour, bocause his clock had stopped tioking. Moral: When your little olook stops, the rost of the world will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 March 1907

000O444OO444C.4464$44 Rapid changes of temperature are hard on the toughest constitution. The conductor passing from the heated inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature of the platform the canvasser spending an hour or so in a heated building and then walking against a biting wind know the difficulty of avoiding cold. Scott's Emulsion strengthens the body so that it can better withstand the danger of cold from changes of temperature. It will help you to avoid taking cold. ALL DRUGGISTS! 44O'6646O6044O"Q"to400044'0i Letter from Florida lUrtow, Ha., Feb. 'Jti, 11HI7 KlUTDK Pkksh Km urn Accept m siuccre congratulation upon the new union or the papors. Knclojod find a few line ut for ' m I received uopies iout, for w). K'h accept thanks. Wife Itn i.nUit siel lately, bwt it now m nil iinprovod. Tlia u author it j untitle and warm. Farmer are m.'viiiK' tlnnH. Our tow u are crowd- i with tourist. Sorry ,)A ' . rev did not ramamed loNgcr. S don't a fow Crittenden county i ... toaehors...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 March 1907

T PMMIPI Ml UN Pr . m' M ui Wjmxt w w1 iv S w - i & :J M t '! SE U.t.'iL WOOL DRESS GOODS SKIRTING White Goods Embroideries, Laces GINGHAMS CALICOES Noveity Collars Novelty Belts Nothing that we could say woujd be more convincing as w.hatjgur Great Stock says for itself. i3ft&i?. M'Alfat & Miss Hattie Williams, an expert trimmer who studied aud graduated in Cincinnati, is with Mrs. Lola Davidson this season. She is a Kentucky girl and has the proper idea of what our matrons, young ladies and missos each require in the way of millinery, oho is a nleasant saleslady and will show you all the French patterns in stock. Wait and see them or you'll rogret it. Miss Margaret Casncr, of Shady Grove, has been the truest oi hor sister, Mrs. F. W. Nichols, several days. Providence hntcrprue. Firm Changed. The Pierce Hardware Co., ot Salem, has changed hands, having sold out their stock aud business to Allen Pylc, of Logan county, Mr. Pylc is a of Mr. Robt. Boyd, of Salem, and will ta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 March 1907

S WE SAVE YOU MONEY Si AND PLEASE YOU TOO 0 & Si-'in dentist, Pre Bnildinfc s Nunn wHt to Paducnh Mom- 1 ltotttrt left Monday for undoubtedly tii Muni Imw' o th.- South. Sum I'. .Ionm. I II. OIsmoDt ami 1kn r Tolu, wpre In Uo eity - ( Ilennott, of l'rwloma, was w:i Monday. M - Mahal Mbmor pnt Monday lnia wth my ailvorttiiimtnt vaek k F. S. SUIwtll, tUo Dgiitiat, Minoii Hank. M - Will Doboo, of Blackford, it 1 f uot of friend and rolatlvwe ity last wook. M - A. S. Cavtndar rotHFHod night from LouUrilU and ' -v ille. Hut of tlio hour at a popular Opening Mareh 10-10. Mns. Z. K. Lovn. M,min Ashor, of Weston, was in t Monday and was n pleasant r at thitt otlico AN IMPORTANT, ..ANNOUNCEMENT., j To every one want- J ing insurance in re- liable companies. Wc Sell FIRE TORNADO ACCIDENT HEALTH TEAMS BURGLARY LIABILITY and BOILER We can insure you against anything but death. Critler 8, Woods Telephone lf. K O (i uetK went to Pnucctnn Mouday. Mm. Z. K. Ioto will hart htr iprning March Mrs....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 March 1907

II I. ' I' J J- . .U r " ii t. ! 'I' "141 IT tr i ffi i j i life W 1 II 1 ifc m (- $ I'M J n ' I V.i ; I 'J' 1 kiffi M ? SI M m 3P JUr T Soda Slater Dy FRANK II. SPEARMAN I Cpnht, 1900 by FnnV H. Srnna I lli: tlio ctim; 1'iiKinc which wo called Ihf s k.T8craper nine out of lip aiie villi; hup". lit was jRw iciuillt from Hot to tender. our r li.nn' Nelphhor. hail n Idea, after her terrific collision. Unit she could not stand heavy main line passenger runs, so he put her oa the Acton cut off It was what railroad men call a Jerk water run, whatever that may be, n little Jaunt of ten miles across the divide connecting the north rn dtvtelon with the Denver stem It mi Just about like running a trol Joy, and the run was given to Dad Sinclair, lor alter that lift at Oxford hlH back to never strong enough to shovel coal, and he had to take an en ghi a or qatt railroading. Thna tt happened that after many ytarn ho took the throttle once more and ran over, twice a day, as he does yet, from Act...

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. — 14 March 1907

RHEUMATIS Hi CURED n A The Circu d .. .. X tation Stimnixtor. K : ana me Muscles and Joints lubricated by using ULirvinveixt 9 IHVi iA m ,i Price 25c 50c & $1.00 ' Sold by all Dealers "Sloan's Treatise On The Horse"Sent Free Address Dr. SEYEN SPRINGS. , ,ii .ii ami wiftandlittle r. hi fathers . i liritUth U tfntlman' to kia , ,- ry tik man. , fr.iM htrt wnt to tlit tal w . -.!. ' . Kraalier, f Caldwell .. . i..u)tltt a ItorM freM .Joe .. . week. of 'i Mxlkuw, paitor or tilt M -! lirch at Oytuiburg, was I i LwU 1 attfln lam uttk. nilttU, f iitar Caldwell i- i- in ihii iwuvn antrum rap t . k irnikar. t ua is improving mm in ill Hurt i-on lilt fcltl HtL . . i ptm to Ut til moot ait '. this roiHHumitj. dangers of Pneumonia .. ,1 aaakwiaei to MMa te at . .hh attaa fatal. aa4 , . . nt luw lecwaeaet iha laatr. ini ifcaaa paealUft imtil . iBnl of ! ! Patau's -ii th caaafk. aaal aae! . aaa) tltftaai iiaaajaaaja, tirl4attale Ika aa4artal .- MHta aa4 Tat r )! good ' ' II iHmr J .LD GERMAN ...

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. — 14 March 1907

.. '"Hf ' n snV' 'I -"" 'ViJ if Ml I 1 j;j (A H t i MO i Hi ft Mr. vjains (fit ! DYCUSBURB Died at his home one mile from Dycusburg, Feb. 2S, 1907. Edgic Gregory Sr, in the year of his life. Mr. Gregory was for many years a representative citizen of this community. Thirty-six years ago he was married to Miss Jennie Yancy in her sixtocnth, year and who survivos him. His five children arc Mossrs Claude, Edgic, Chas. Hoy and Miss Lucy. The burial was at the Yancy family cemetery, on the afternoon of March 1st, Mrs. Fiuley, of Marion, sister to Mr. Gregory arrived at his bedside a few moments after his death. Mrs. Gregory whoso lovely traits of character have- endowed her to a wide circle of friends and relatives has universal sympathy, and well she may rely upon the affection of her lovely daughter and noble sons for comfort in her declining years. Selma Williams, daughter oi Mrs. Gid Hill, aged about twelve years died at the home of her grand parents Mr. and Mrs Ball, Feb. 27th, at th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 14 March 1907

HO Mi V $11 f f1 V HI I MS ill R i DYCUSBURG Died at his homo one mile from Dycusburg, Feb. 2S, TJ07. Edgic Gregory Sr, in the year of his life. Mr. Gregory was for many yoars a representative citizen of this community. Thirty-six years ago he was married to Miss Jennie Yancy in her sixteenth, year and who survives him. His five children are Messrs Claude, Edgic, Uhas. Roy and Miss Lucy. The burial was at the Yancy family cemetery, on the afternoon of March 1st, Mrs. Finlcy, of Marion, sister to Mr. Gregory arrived at his bedsido a few moments after his death. Mrs. Gregory whoso lovely traits of character have endowed her to a wide circle of friends and relatives has universal sympathy, and well she may rely upon the affection of her lovely daughter and noble sons for comfort in her declining years. Sclma Williams, daughter oi Mrs. Gid Hill, nged about twelve years died at the home of her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Rail, Feb. 27th, at three a. m. and was buried at the Dycusburg ceme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 March 1907

" .o fj - W' t "" ,'T3' Mti jKCUrn f&T'i Mm -I'll fir IE&E& VOL. 20. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 21. 1907. NUMBER 42. EXPLOSION KILLS THREE Man Places Twenty Pounds Dynamite Under Cooking Stoie Which Explodes While Eating Dinner FIRE FOLLOWS AND HOUSE DESTROYED The people all ovor the wrrc shocked to loarn of the sad which occurrod noar t) February -S, about noon. roin reports as bout wo could loarn I at Charles Tittle, a young and , rominont farmer, placed about wenty pounds of dynamite undor 'In- rooking stove while Mrs. Sarah Tittle was proparing tlio noon moal. A'hile dating diunor the dynamite xplodod instantly killing Hov. f..bn 1. Tlttlo, Chariot TittU, Mrs. harlca TitUo and Injuring two . 1 ildren, a HlUo girl and a little .), who are reported soh bettor, tU hopes art ontortainod for thir rnvery. The older child, a boy of ix .ar. is tho nly urvl9r who ean " ;i anything about thi atidNt, attd . he can say la that the hcRM was "wn down. The houfo, a ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 March 1907

EiMlM MgftiiHgajqy iifmm ' '.wit'r TMfr'UPt (tMtfitmtim ISemM mtt VOL. 20. MARION, CRITTENDEM COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 21. 1907. NUMBER 42. EXPLOSION KILLS THREE Man Places Twenty Pounds Dynamite Under Cooking Stove Which Ei- plodcs While Eating Dinner FIRE FOLLOWS AND HOUSE DESTROYED Die people all ovor the Mire shocked to loam of the sad t r which oucurrad nour Springer- n February 2S, about noon. mm report af host wo oould loarn i At Charles Tittle, a young and fanner, placed about Miuty pounds of dynamite undor i. cooking move while Mrs. Sarah ttlr wan protiaring the noon mal. a I. ile Hating dinner the dynamite x iuded instantly killing Kov. ' ,n D. Tittlo, Oharle Tittle, Mrs. 1 arlrt Tittle and injuring two Idren, a Httlo girl and a little v who are rojMirlod some tatter, a holies art entertained for their cry. Ihc older child, a boy of ix r.. i the only survivor who e anything about the aooMeNl, a4 I r can say U that the honee wa kb down. I he houeo, a one story frawo, wan ile...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 March 1907

BErsSfliE555SrlBWMPBBBBi ZjPB ' ''""'' " ""vPHWRPffPPiStWWWIKiW" nr H'lv , ij I giclone 48 i ...Clarh L'MS Uy FRANK II. SPEARMAN "?'f f ' ' WC I orrV, 1900. by Frink H. Spcrmin r Iff ' If rT & 7 t'ji rj if -dl 1 !iu - ' f: ? 11- i i ' 3 j, I 1 ii ,i- W M BP ! 1r ffl Nl m hki:i:koosu m low tlint w.U!." 1 1 k Siclone link." ex cla.nietl Iniek M i tl il 1 i' t o n Duck was trainmaster's olllce with n group of cnp'invr lie w one of tlio hlaol; hsti'd strikers uiul runs an engine now down on the Snntn 1'e. Hut at long intennls Diiek Ke- buck to revisit tit-scenes of his early triumph. The men who surrounded him were once at deadly mhW with Duck and bis churn, though now the ancient seem forgotten. Rial Pink, the once ferocious Pink, sits occasionally among the new men and gossips about early ilajs on the West CimI. 'Do you remember Slcloue, IleedT" n-ked Duck, culling to me In the private olllce. "Hemember him!" I ocliowl. "Did anybody who ever knew Sic lone forget hlinV" i tired pse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 March 1907

Girlhood and coiT Emulsion are linked together. The girl who taken Scott's Emulsion has plenty of rich, red blood; he is plump, active and energetic. The reason is that at a period when a girl's digestion is weak, Scott's Emulsion provides her with powerful nourishment in easily digested form. It is a food that builds and keeps up a girl's strength. ALL DRUOOISTS: "fr"frfr4frO"O466644604Hfr00446 When Father Has the Grip Poor mother wears n worried loiA, And iiUtor wear a down, nd if I venture up the stairs They notid mo straightway down. 1 in Koing to the druj; store now Upon n hurried trip, To got nomc othor kind of dope, For father ha the jjrip. I heard him groaning in the night He itaid his head would split, nd then he thought his hael would broal , In just a tittle hit, lie told u that hie legs were tore, And soon it Mas hi hip, It eonu that rerrtking is aid When father lina the grip. The doctor ewe and left Somo eapaulea, and he Mid To take oho each three boat nUI Tlio pain had...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 March 1907

'51 lit 4 ' fi !l. 'Ji ff ii i Li if'.! i ) i FP1 lib' ffS 111 3 h MM E L ttL $?A i Cfjc Crtttcnbcn S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. GEO. M GRIDER, Associate Editor. Entered a matter Jane sith. it's. at the postotfice at Marten. Kjr.. under the Act ef Concress of March 3rd, :Sr. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION kTMCTLT CASH ( AtVAC. Single copies mailed. ....................... i 1 month mailed to anr addjeM i ' " 2 months .... .21 S months ... . 1 year ....... foo B Tears " TERMS OF SUU5CRIPTION IF NOT PAIICAH Id AttVASCS. Single copies watted OS x m. nth mailed le any addrau 13 ... 11 jcu 1 50 THURSDAY, MARCH 21. 19U7. X Bits of By-Play. ooooooonaooeeoooeoooooooo Who does not know Bob Hughes? Hc lie on the hill and his laugh i'1 n s fernin&t the court house. IT itork lit on Bob's chitnnoy lot lung ago aud Bob thought the it fiaby was the only one in HUty. Bob' sat vory (juiot and - tied very intotitly to tho instruction-, of the loartiqd doctor. Vanou fee these rjuootlodd aud some a s...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 21 March 1907

s. ,rrrti.u c Ul GIVC YOU GOOD VALUES bC ..., .-. Egg hi APtu iuu I uu i.ntist, I'rees Httlltiije it Tuesday for Has- t FrwUala, wfct 1h 1. !rt rtre4t ('hieiags. r IWTi4MM, TO vt days tkis wmI. ti.ar st a popaUr Mm. . ft. Lovb. M.y, f CaMwell ' tht eitj Str4ay. N uboleot nMi art tl gNtu If. ndel Snjrt. m Coiijsr ne beon l.m is better mw TTieaa iii ry mmM Sa4ay no. pastor. advertisement eaeh tht Dtntiet, :..,k. who whs in ' A MR I.ihiih to 1m treated for now at home and i Mr Ilutler is beutji In- man j friend. Before Buying Come tincl Sec Our Spring Line of . . . Side Combs Back Combs Handkerchiefs Fr.ns Hand Bags Jewelry Notions Novelties Ucii.nc a Complete line of Stationery Granitcware Tinware Glassware Chinaware Kitchen Articles 5c and 10c STORE. M. E. FOHS. "..., 'a " w CLOTHES Docs not make the man, but it is useless to create a disturbance by going without them when you can buy a BENCH TAILORED HAND FINISHED Suit at what you have to pay most places for a common "hand-me-down."...

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