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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 30 July 1908

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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. — 6 August 1908

I Letter From (ieorglo. Mr. S- M. Jenkins as 1 am a reader of the Record Press and as au rx citizen of your county and state, 1 fro! a if intorest in your county aud rpccially do, 1 ffM a keen intorot in my neighbors aud friends who live in old Crittenden whom I havo learned to love and esteem and i shall always hold thotn i grontftil and I feel pergonal interest in their prosponty and adversity not as Baptists or Methodists. Democrats or Itoptiblionns, but as neighbors and friends, and my ubsonco from you all servos only to strengthen my regard toward you all, of uourso tin too, I esteem very much a lcttor from home each work, but it tells its tale ol sadness as wtll as thoo 'of joy. The murder of Mr James lullenger was a sad niTair. and I greatly : nn n w QTnMr : ; uiii Ui if. ulUliLi Optician and Kelractlonlst : Glasses Fitted Cometh 1 1 Work GuArnrtt'td PRICES THE LOWES F. ; Glllco In Press Building. 9 pathlze with his family in their be reavemonu I must say that I feel interest...

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. — 6 August 1908

'H , '- '"' BTV1 fV '.WB fr SKV rmjrtn'nTPGm :vtr. Rv i-id ?tj '.'.' , i - fi 7' r - i'. r 7" vC Imcl v Tfl" P( be s. I 7 Sec., and Treas., and ! . Organizer, Paducah, Ky. npw ionntv Officers. Rev. Robert Johnson, Pres.,Tolu, Ky w. . brown, saiem, Ky. Guy P. Gaiffith. Sec. and Treas, Marion R. F. D. No. 3. County Executive Committee: Chas. W. Fox. D. N. Riley. En. Flanary. E. J. Travis and J no. County Business Ag't: Eugene Guess, Tolu, Kentucky. CHAS. 0. POGUE, Editor, Marion, R. F. D. No. 2. SUOOSTIOXS Tp CORIUWl'OND.NTS. 1. Write short pointod article and send them in early. 2. Write very plain and don't crowd. 3. Writo on one side of paper, only. 4. "Write from experience and observation as much as possible. .r. Avoid all partisianship, sectarianism and disrespccttul language. (5.--Give the editor your roal name and address, no matter what sigature you use for the public. 7. If your article does not appear as soon as you expect it should, don't be disgruntled, as delay and the w...

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. — 6 August 1908

TO 42 1 mm EQUITY EOITOIIAL COLDIIV: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY OF NORTH AMERICA. National Officers: C M. Haknett, Pres. Indianapolis Intl. h N. Statts, Vice-Pros. Tronton, III. o! D. 1'ai'I.ey, Sec &Troos Indianapolis. State Officers: j C Cantiuli., Georgetown, Ky. s! H. Koiieiiton, Sec. Calhoun, Ky. - ., . 1, ,i County Officers: A F WOI.FK, Iron Hill, I'res. yj E. Smith, UcptonKy., Sec. MARION F. POGUE, Editor. To f armors ami their frionds: Whilo tho object of theso columns primarily to advanco the causo of tho Society of Equity, by promulgating it principles and recording its wonderful work iu state and nattou, in condonscd form, we shall be glad to roooivo contributions from our friends everywhere relative o tho farmer and his interests, no matter to what organization you may belong. All such communications should bo addressed to mo, tFrcdonii, Ky., II. F. I). No. 12, .Such communication must bo signed an full by the writer, besides tho ciotu do plume, if any. Tiik Editor. ...

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. — 6 August 1908

.!--- ", 5r' i iH - JM i ; 'ffl .' ","' II" t i n '-; Pi u J IfTWV SrlBfSISf jsBata$a99 Cf)E Cnttrnrjcn S. M. JENKINS Editor and Pubhsher. m Entered at matter February tk. 190; at the postotftce at Marion. Kentucky, under the Act o( Congress of March 3. iSrs. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION f THICTLY CASH IK ADVASCT. SInde copies mailed OS 1 uonth mailed to any addreM M " " ' (months is " " " j month ..... se 1 year J00 0 rears " s 00 TERMS OH SUHSCRIFTION t 10T PAID CASH IHADIANCE. t Single copies mailed OS 1 month mailed to any ikAAte j months " 1 year THURSDAY. AUG (5, 190S "1ft ?Mu i ' n i jpw EHHSH lr is . rs 1 so Dr. Vernon Richard Fox. Of all the boys of Critenden county who with their brains their energy and their have climbed round after round of the ladder, that leads to and honor fame and glory, none have surpassed Vernon Richard Fox, a home boy who returns to Crittenden this week, having just graduated from the Hospital College of Medicine of Louisville Ky., where thru his splendi...

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. — 6 August 1908

H .h ,-, Look Good. rwlw springs this week J. 11. Sumniorvillc and family, of Mattoou were here Sunday the guests of relative Ed Brown, of Toln, was here Saturday enroutc to Union county on a visit of several day. Mrs. Loh T. Johnson, of Morgan field, was the guest of friends here the first of the week. Mrs,, J. F. Price loft yesterday for Sullivan to visit her sister Mrs. J, J. Martin for a few days. "JUNOZA" Ask, Hayncs & Taylor J. J. Martin and wife, of Sullivan, wore the guests of J. T. Pickons and family Sunday. llov. J. F. Price, who roturncd a fow days agofrom Tennessee is now at Hobbardsvillo, Hondorson county assisting in a meeting. Missos Ina Price and Gustava Haynos, aro members of a house being ontertaincd by Miss Karric Itico this week at Lisman, Miss Grace Council, of Mayficld, whjMH Miss Katio Yates cucsts mo Wednesday. who has been in St. Lonis oiuo last F.W.Nunn, dentist, Press Huilding Mrs. J. Shrode. of Hopkinsvillc, is tho guest of rolativos hero this week. O...

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. — 6 August 1908

t: ftJSH ft ' ilZltlJ V.. ttwffl ,.. .'v. 'k FARMERS INSTITUTE M W ! sa? man m To be Held In Marlon, Kealacky, FIT kl?.' .' '" 9d Crittenden Conity, en Friday ira will ' . ttly witk EiSJ ail SHurday, Aug., 7ani 8. Wl f, V by our v &, as . i .'. : . , '&' fc, i , l- jk ' - rI ' ih ill l B n m I " c Et26 doImjiS 19 W, 12 poles to a black gum en the bank of the ereek ; thence S 46 poles to a post oak, corner to & Stallions' original lino survey ; thence 8 36 W. 62 poles to a blaokgum, Corner to Clark, thence N. 69'W, 6 poles to the beginning, containing 40 acres and 13 poles by survey, be tho same more or less. This being tho samo land conveyed by J. W. Minncr to S. A. Johnson, on the 10th day of February, 1S97, see deed recorded in Deed Book, No. 6, page ISO, in the office of the Clerk of the Crittenden County Court. For the purchase price tho purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and hav...

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. — 13 August 1908

rp ki "wf (T jpprri; tt" (f. vjWP rift nfom $UjtJtt04r&& 2SK i. Pi 30 J MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY AUG. 13, 1908. NUMBER II if I W. .fCRl COUNTY i MAN HONORED. 1A S ,n. 1 !U m 'I H jh Rev. Itfof Tolu, Elected State President of Farihiposiog Parade First Session I ai me Auniiorium. 7 SSiSTATE CONVENTION AT PADUCAH iB l ' "N. I;l nT Rt t I to f 908. -Today's session, the first of the if 1 A. fA ! a a Y.nnizanon urougni. into reauiy all doubt an to the magnitude otucky. i, lis En Sale, ! u uroanway irom riret street, com- en with a fair sprinkle of women, g feature of the day, and brought g of anxious spectators who re- V . rgunizor lu: E. K- L. Harnett; w. is oar Hrnnion Cartur.' lecturer f Illinois. .1. E. Montgomery, Suite Secretary Hrooks. of Tunnel tls led the march Broadway was Rome stores were decorated. tis reached it was seen that the seat- for the the occasion. 'foMock Mr R L TJanied who fciut ben l,crls',1 the movement called the convention to order wit fLt,...

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. — 13 August 1908

Ills mm mity; wm m&x WMB mm s 8 ST.-"! :JSkmmmmM, HON M-v Democrat-. I . . : . f . . k i i , i . , t!., courtev ot her : t r ' it . l-i liani i, : ,. nd I'n n ti n it: n t a Democrat who never prostituted his giaat intellect for money or sold thelove the American people bear him for corporation gold. (Applause.) The immortal spirits whose hands guided the infant sups of this Republic, whose blood consecrated and made hit land Liberty's dentest shrine, cry out to each oi the. millions of voters into whos. hands the future destiny of this Union Xa lodged, "Watchman, what of the night?" And, sir, from the orange groves of Florida to the wheat fields ol the Northwest; from tht nodding pines beyond tht Alleganies across the Rockies'to the the peaceful sea, th :i with ballot in hand, eignt million strong, answer, "The the morning oj Democratic victory, the morning of the Repul lie's hope, as fresh with the dew of promise of the Republic loved 1 every heart and defended by every hand, ...

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. — 13 August 1908

y ) EQUITY .EDITOIIAL COLUMN. IIEMCAN SOCIETY OF EQUITY OF NORTH AMEKICA. I Uionai uuicera: .. . . M. Hahnett, Indianapolis Incl. N. Statts. Trenton. 111. D. Iaui.i:y, Sec&Troaa Indianapolis. ate Officero: C. Cantuiu., (ieorgetown, Jy. IJ. Rohkhton, Sec. Calhoun, Ky. Ijunty OlliccrH: i 'nr,.. .... l.n Hill Pr..a . r. tiuiirL, nuii E. Smith, Ropton, Ky., Sec. MARION F. I'OOUE, EoiTOH. To farmers aud their friotida: SVhilo the object of theso columns Iriiuarily to advance the caunc of he Sooiety of Kquity, by gating iiH principles and recording is wonderful work in slato anu . . 1 r -I. .11 iation, in emuensca iorm, f im iiau 10 rucuivv rom our friends everywhero relativo to the farmer and his interests, no matter to what org&niiation you may belong. All such lion should bo addressed to inc. Fredonia. Ky., K. K. 1). No. J. iSueh communications must'bo signed u full by the writor, bosides the ' nom do plume, if any. Tiik Kuitoii. The oditor of those columns is indeed sorry that...

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. — 13 August 1908

Tss E3t ".-NN jSja dV7? 1 WtfclWI I. I 1 !.'" - - ' i Don't Miss the BARGAINS We offer in NEN AND YOUTHS Clothing They are the Greatest Ever Offered. JF;1 ly s31V aje CrtttcntJcn 31 1) year Circulatien 4 000 S. M. JENKINS Editor and Publisher. Holered ai matter hebroary 9th 1907 at the poMottice at Marion. Kentucky, under the Act ol Congress 0! March j. STRICTLY CASH IK ADVANCE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Single coplet mailed os 1 menth mailed taanj adilren IS 5 mom' " ' 7J 1 year i.so ' 4 yean 5 00 TIU'HSDAY. AUG 18, 1903. hen the lirst reports of Congressman June' speech at Denvor, Colo., . c ndi iilc the nomination oi William Jecuing Bryan rouchod us, we knew it was a rhetorical gem and that ery one would wish to read it. We a. cordingly secured a copy of the first paper which roacheu hore contain log 11 'The Kvansullc Courier, ' and published it in the that vreek. However, we discovered alter our paper was issued that the Bpeech an reported in the "Evans-ville Courier" was not in ful...

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. — 13 August 1908

1 1 "" ri It hurts, us but it will'tickle you to see the PRICES We ar.e now making on all Summer Clothing for Men and Boys in Suits and Extra Pants. You can get a good outing suit for $5.00. ' Wl Thnn Airk hau anmn y as g Nice Suits, just one Suit g of a Lot that the Price Sti does not stand in our S way ( Some broken lots in EXTRA PAMTS at more than extra value Don't wait, but come i at once before some one vi else gets the choiceones A few Pair of Long Silk Gloves at Cut Prices. 4Hi!a7ELa aaaaai ! : MMMMMMMmmmmthmmMmmmmmibidiDiDmi OUCH ! A Dollar Wasted Never Come Back A Dollar Saved Makes More Dollars. "Now is the Time and this is the Place" To save some dollars that will make you more dollars. From this date until Sept. 1st, all Summer Clothing, Dress Goods, Low Cut Shoes. Straw Hats, and in fact all summer merchandise is to be closed out to make room for Fall Goods. Don't wait but come at once. $1 Silk Voil, Only 75c, 1 Woolen Voil " 75c. " " " 75c 50c. 50c Silk Tissue " 35c, 3...

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. — 13 August 1908

i . t Y'V"' -. --a SOCIETY Our Sister City Proves Her taining Her Visiting Green and . . OTHER ITEMS OF MUCH INTEREST FROM SALEM VALLEY. In honor of Miss Mottlcy, ot Bowling Greuu, Ky., Jake Farris Jr., entertained the young people of Salem, Thursday, July HOth, with a Lawn Social. The lawn was tastefully decorated n Japanese lanterns, which together with the well arranged flower beds, that were in full bloom, made a very pretty scene. "Madame llaffo" (?) had her tent stretched on one side of the lawn, where, with her assistant she told tho young people their fortune, and answered all questions propounded to her, Only one couple was admitted at a time. The price of the fortune was a pawn, which, after the fortunes were all told, were sold by "Madam" and some of the "stunts" the owners were compelled to execute to redeem their property were very amusing. It being Leap Year, the girls were given a chance of proposing to the boys. Each girl was given a sheet of paper on which was writt...

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. — 13 August 1908

Miss Nell Walker STENOGRAPHER gone! Notary Public Office with Blue & Nunn. Or. ML Ravdin, Practice Limited to Discuses aud Defects uf the ye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Ichel Block Cor. JJrd and Main Glauses tltiud. KVANSVILLK. INDIANA For Sore Feet. "I have found Bucklen's Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to two for gore feet as well as for healing burns, uorcH, cuts, and all manner of writes Mr, W Stone, of Kaat Poland, Main It m the proper thijg too for plIuM. Try it! Sold under guarantee at Huyiiea A Taylor's and Jus. H Orrno'ii drug stores. 25 cents. LEPMON L Switchboards I n biara ! glttilt Meat Sul K.ll.i idJ THcckM Stpatt OBMMIIr ll'Bll. l)"t. i fni! to itat for latt N. 7. Jijs. Clark Jr, Electric Co. ! .Man. i. i.uisTiii , K) Excellent Health Advice. ISr M M David!, .' N' :T Clttrord Avf.. Mn Joa, ! . ay: "Th worth of Hit'.r t a family r. r ' ' r ruMiln hr, i" i 'orjH.f f tin- ht and boweis f " ronounri ih.it I am prompted y i i in ii for the li ' ! kmf rtlwt from au I mu...

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. — 13 August 1908

i u h It ,;V Vtff PPpP ' i'T'lTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 I .,: n:Ao maSII AAmiHAA i,a.. ..,, -. s t r V j f uuinpai idun ui ii low win iun viiiok yvu, mat wt ait; ui I ei lll yuu Mime recti Udrgdins ji eiLpA ! GENUINE DELKER BUGGIES AND SURRIES ARE THE BEST MADE. If you want a vehicle for service as well as pleasure, always by a Genuine Delker. For more than Forty ears these Hujwnes and burries have been the Standard of Exellence. Examine one of these Busies and compare it with others. The Buggy makes the name, not the name makes the buggy- Ixwk for the NAME PLATE. The wagon season is now here and as usual, we are prepared to furnish you the best wagon on the market, anil at Fame price of cheaper ones. We have the CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER WAGON IN ALL SIZES. For Strength, Durability, Safety and Utility, it eannnt be surpassed. Don't take our word for it, but come in and be convinced that ourntatementK are true by making an examination for yourself. Main Street. STAII. The is in progress. Big cr...

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. — 20 August 1908

: 1 1 VOL. 30 ft' t V drift tnbttx fottrntfaM t.i& HON. EVERIIT JENNINGS Of Madisonville, Announces His Candidacy for Commonwealth A Homey of this Judicial the Madisonville Hustler is m nut ohftiie mesi n mtiiedistk In an much as it has boon Generally understood ovor thin judicial din-trie: that Hod. Kvorott Jennings of this city will bo a candidate for the Democratic rumination for Oom monwealth attorney, a reporter of the Hustler interviewed Mr. Jennings and ho annoiinooc ptsititiy that ho will be a candidate and hi formal announcement will appear later. Mr. Jcnninjr it- known ovor this district bolter, perhap than any other lawyer of his ag tnd has rondcrrd valiant orvioe to the au? of Democracy n every cam. paign He i an able lawyor. a speaker and an tillable gentlemen and if nominated xjid to this important trut the ouiHtonwoatih will be ably nii foarlily Notwithstanding bU able and eonotaut errviec to hi- party he ban ncvor before asked f - any ofheo of polities profuruioR...

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. — 20 August 1908

; i 'A I n S .T ' . tt If ; Cadu Record. I THE REAL JESUS Br REV A. C DIXON, D. D., P)lor of ,lli Chicu A. Moodr') Churcb, Chic. to. I I sm2iR)J''h HnB JJ J BBBnassr? " (Hll'i'rt W ' s t and Lord Llttlf tun asrviMt U tlit overthrow of ClnltttlUlilt) I'' r Iiik tli'it the of h'Him and the ion eisloii of Paul re m)th. After i ar.ful n'wuich . st w ns o MiuHii that th I rK)f tn favor ot tht of rinlxt w n o inM" liHintiiK that In ou.l l i tt Hithout ilotm; '. li-i i t 'n i. ami was i , 1 1 . i . ii that llu fl (1!1 in (.tt "f f thi conrrralcin of l'aul whs h, . At.uiidant ant rl i that he could not b ln! ilmaiil of a hful'iit r,.HHi'i nnrl rJrt II Wlimi th- two nifl I tniaro ootfM th' wr rfadv 'o uraiil( him who rtllKton th) ha4 sought to tils credit ThHr armimnls, poblWhwl tu a book I hHe rmd. are unanw abb iirnln; that n tru railotillni which iatii'Htly liietlKti' and draws fair coucluslous from ctnUtnluxl vanm fall to ewui'ltirt th earne.st suitkcr utir truth Dint Jmw was all thnt th...

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. — 20 August 1908

' EQUITY EDITORIAL COLUMN. IMEUICAN SOCIETY OP EQUITY OF NORTH AMERICA. ittenal Officers: iM. Haiinktt. Pros. Incl. PiSN,' Statth, Trent- , III. 10. D.I'AUIXY, See & Tresis Indianapolis. bSBfomciTH vJSCCanthii.i Georgetown, K MB, KoiiMtToN, Sec. Cullioun, ry. iCounty OilirTM ,A$1K. Wmi.pi:. Iron 1 1 III, Prim. V,SE. Minn, I(ton, Ky., See MARION P. POOUK, ISiuti IV farmer-, did thtir fi oiit. A fiiif th . i 1 of bhta cMinios j rinifiril) advance lh cm "f tt of E(iiHy bf pr mil- n j 11 principle and rcei Hug ;- ivowUrftil work in Uli and tin 1.. 11, i' coudubMHl fortn, we -hail If ulad to rcMi ooBtribi'tow frniii r friend irevarywlmt fV.itive 1. 1 (In- fanner and hi i a term uo iimittr 1 ' what orgnuitalion joii may Itelonw. All aueh oouini 10 us lou!ii be addredned l me, Frodoi.ia, Ky., It V. I). 8. Such communications must be Hk'tiod 111 lull by the writer, beside" tlio 110111 do plume, if any . TlIK KlMTolt. SPrXULATIVK PROFITS MUST STOP. People who handle produce and who dal i...

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. — 20 August 1908

-i fVvTVSKrBSxsSflE?TII l & Without the Prnf it E3i at Zero Prices. Biggest Values Ever Seen. Mrs. Ernest Melton and sons, Charles, William and Virgil, of Providence, arc the guests of relatives here this week. The Morganfield team arrived Wednesday morning and is now playing Marion. These teams meet again on the diamond this (Thurs day) afternoon. Ladies of the Christian church will give an icecream supper in the Court House yard, Saturday evening, 7 to 10 o'olock. Everybody to attend. Rev. Pceplcs, of McMinnville, Tenn., will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening. The public are cordially invited. Misses Margaret Hicham and Mary Millor of Morganfield. are the guests of Frances Blue at the major's ou College and Depot streets. They came to attond tho ball ganio Wednesday and Thursday afternoons between Marion aud Morganfield. Crittenden Spring this week. Before roturnin' hose, thov will visit Mr. Rodger's mother, Mrs. NannioHe " April 1.5th, ls::., and was ou'...

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. — 20 August 1908

A few Pair ot Long Silk Gloves at Cut Prices. W3$ F, W.Nunn, dentist, Prom Buildin , II. Nimino and family spent Sunday at Crittenden Spring. Wm. S. Lowory, of the Salem is now sojourning at San Texai. - "JUNOZA" Ask, Haynes & Taylor. Henry Warner, of Henderson, passed through this city Sunday en route to Livingston county. H. II. Sayro and family will leave for New Orleans to reside, tho latter part this month. Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Roberts and httlo daughtor, Evalyn, will take room- at .J. W. Wilson's residence Sept. 1st Wantkii. To take good milk oow to keep for the winter. Have good barn and will give host of attontion. Address 1. O. Box 114, or inquire at thin oiTioo. Mr. Mint Homing and two sons, Karl and Evcratto. of Shady Grove, arc the guosts of her brothor, J. B. Hubbard. James Sisco. the littlu son of llughcy and Trecy Sisco, who lives south of tho city, is threatonod with brain fever, or congestion of the brain and is quite ill. Miss Margaret Casner, who has been at hom...

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