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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 April 1909

f m 'ta fj. M. V? Am A. " mrM rmrrrrrmr rr (()i '-'4 " w11 APRIL 15th, MM PAGE CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, f m wuli v?Av I tw5n iwwsws 3Tt)t olrittrnbcn joih year. Circulation 4.000 S. M. JENKINS Edlt.v nd Publisher. Kntett i ionlU mltr th. toe? at th iHtoc t Marion. KrntncKr. onJer t Act of Concrrti cl March j. ticitt Cain to ipvaxct. TKRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Slnslt covlf mllJ "J 1 month roalt.J to any adatto. ......... ...... tj tnonlht ............ .1 " " " 1 j.at .......... t.io " " ( yri .............. .fw CSH AOVKKTISING ic rr Inch S. C 10 forrtcn tc rr Inch S C to-Hom A4cttiMt K(rat..t J tatr. Mrtal bf onlr f. tor Plairn an.i Klrtnt t.cvalt rt lin t..vl tv JVr line in i)t point ijr. days, that e.xcela all others as far as the sun exceeds the other stars, and which is still Vnown in the east a the May'." Another typical name for Easter is the "Holiday of Hope." There is a wonderful charm and fascination n this queen fetival f the year, whco dominate the whoW worKi Nte's Srtit Lm4m S...

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. — 15 April 1909

MS -SS ws US t FIVE , CRITRENDEN APRIL 15th. 1909 mMmmMmjMmmjmhmmmmmkmmjm&mimmih& Wc carry in stock, and sec how nicely it fits, and how Well it retains its shjpe, you will at once be impressed with it, and when once tried, thosorvice you get, wll thoroughly convince you of the High Quality you obtained at such Low Prices. Copher, on Poplar street. Hon. E. L. Nunn and his daughters, 'Misses Clara, Ina nnd Nolle, were in the city Thursday. Miss Mabel, who had been hero on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Claude Lamb, accompanied them home. Dr. L. G. Taylor, VETERINARY SURGEON: Marion, - Kentucky. All calls answered promptly. QUALITY STANDARD Make It Evident. It's not all on the Surface, "tf flSSSSSSTs? JBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSM'Ea9BflSSSSBSBM iBBrs j kFbbbbb9bbbb1bbhbbbbDbki WMir sssssssssssWsTbsssssssssmbTuT r mnnnrniiFssssssW fvt JLLLBBBBBBs&'riV K -7 sssLV bbbbbbw i KVBl v la 'w 7 BBBBBBBf BBBBBBY4 $ Jf ifBIr abbbbbbbI Lbbbbbbbbw Lbbbbv k 7 "v .Kr F.W.Nunn, dentist, Prrns liuil...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 April 1909

f, r $3SSfWS vvmr APRIL 15th 190J PAGE SIX CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, K. f i sv I- K v y BV im ft ssassssasasssai ss S A""iu.i in wtctchm ww wy u andal2HIPq1ustrations by r PARRISHRfiEARBORNMELVILL CHAPTER X. In Which I Hear the Tale of the First Officer. Tuttle required a while petting started, pulllni; nsldc his dangling coat-tails to sit down facing me, and then twiddling his long fingers with his gaze bent on the deck. I take It that his Intellectual operations were naturally slow, although he was swift enough In nil matters Appertaining to seamanship Anyhow, he sat there fpr bo long, his whole appearance so sleek and oily, that I lost all patience, shuffling mj feet on the deck The noise served to arouse liiin "It commenced somcthln' like over two ears ago sir," he began, mouth Ing each word with care, "a llttlo cailler In the season than this Is now. I was master of the whulln' bark Betsy, sallln' from Province town, an' we were homeward bound after about 18 months' cr.iisln In ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 April 1909

V 'V- ; PBIL iCth. 1000, CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, PAGESE EN fSSketsI, l$4 , LIVE STOCK. LouHvile, Kv., Apr mar ket stonily nnd fnirly active. Steers. lonod to choice export. . $ 5.5") a 5.75 IFairtogoii "dO iod to choice butchers . $-1 75 a 5.00 Medium to good butchers.. L76 a 5.00 Ifinod te choice stockcrs 3.05 a 3.85 iMedium to Rood stockers 3.IK) a 3.25 Common to mediun stock- ,.n, 4.00 a 4.50 Heifers. hoad to ch dee bullhorn ...4.75a 5.50 fModium to goodbutchen. -.4 00 a t.fO Common to mi'dium .. . 3.50 a t.OO Good to choice stockcrs 3.00 a 3.50 Common to medium stocker- cr9 2.0CaiUd Bulls. Good to choice butcher . .4 00 a 1. 00 Medium to gool butcher .3 21 a 3 JO Fair to good txlngnn - 3.50 a 3.75 Commnn ... .2.25 a 3.25 Cows. Good to choic butchers . . 1.25 a 4.'5 Meiium to Rood butchers 3.75 a 4 25 Common to medium ,. 3 23f0 Cnnners nnd cutrors 1.50 a H 00 Milch Cows. Good to choice milchors JO.OO u 50.00 Medium to god milcher 30.00 a 35 On ( otnnioii t p'am niUohem 15 00 nZf...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 15 April 1909

HP' I "ji V ' w Tr . lgi ' I PAGE EIGHT CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, APRIL 15th 1H J IEKHBORHO0D1 urn tttTTTTTttTTTTTtTTttt T "I" T DYCUSBURG. Sunday, April 4th, Franklin Stinnett and Miss Delia Hornback were united in marriage at home of the bride ne a town. Rev. Henry officiating. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Jeffords, a fine boy. Mrs. Sam Shelby, of near Salem, made a flying trip to our town Wednesday. James Glenn, of Kuttawa, was in town one day recently. Mrs. C. H. Richards has returned from Tennessee, where she spent some time with relatives. Charlie Cassiday and Miss Jessie Padon went to Kuttawa Friday. Mrs. Fannie Charles, who spent several weeks here with her children, has gone to Calvert City to visit her daughter, Mrs. A. A. Mvrick. Clyde Boaz went to Salem Friday. Sames Baldwin, of Sikeston, Mo., was here last week Mrs. Sallie Robbinson was in town Saturday calling on friends. H. B. Wolfe, D. D. S., of Salem, is here in the pratice of his profession. Mesdames Wadhngton. Dalton...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 22 April 1909

Wr , - r ... "1, T :r - rJ. S1 ffimlmfcti ft JCW& i VU. 30 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY APRIL 22, 1909 NUMBER 47 TOBACCO TIDINGS MEETING OF EXECUTIVE Committee-All Five Members Present at Meeting Held Henderson, Friday April 10, 1909. HAVE RIGHT TO CHANGE CONSTITUTION. Present were all five of the executive committee at the rail meeting held in the city of Henderson yesterday, April 10th, 1909 - namely, Brown, of Hopkins linker, of Webster, Orsburn, of Union, Rankin, of Crittenden and Taylor, of Henderson. Secretary Thomtwnn's recordi show fut what the committee did. HI recordi belomr to the Anno- riHnn nn,l in n,.nB.w,nnrn ... n much of his mlnufi get Into print ns th.. mmm.HM, .rri..,,uK. ,i..,.,. f ,n.. part to the enemies of the Association. The general public might know more concerning the current history of the Association through the medium of print but for th presence of spies in tho land He content, herofore, with this minute from Secretary Thompson's record of y...

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. — 22 April 1909

L t i rfr flm'imm"' ? t -v rw 'O " ,'" (;' - -, PAGE TWO CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, APRIL 22nd, idCV THE GREAT Van Amburg AND HOWE'S GREAT London Shows COMBINED, WILL BE AT M anon ON Thursday April 22 Th show this year is Bigger and Better and in a More Commanding position than ever before to maintain their unrivaled standing and rank, and to Amaze and Delight Their Thousands of Patrons Many Entirely New and Exclusive Features. fAiWJAKv nSSSr A Few of the Many Features You Will See: Marion Sheridan and her Troupe of Performing Elephants. PROF. BUCKLEY'S HERD OF PERFORMING ELEPHANTS. Including Duchess, the Largest Elephant in the World. ROSEDALE, the Beautiful JAKE, the Largest Gorilla He is Five Feet Ten Inches in Hcii'l nH Strength, Marvelous Agility, anu I i- . -- aamJat VBkJi.A wJaHBnBLBLHBLLLLLBK aBhaWBHwBBBKwsirVrm. .Brait JfwJYffJWNfcSBmnsBfMWa Lm'iLLHIsdLlBtBW'&kiVrf AiV lLaHBvVsniaaaaaaafl A f JULY V0NDERFIL DISl'LAY I'F IKm:NEI) AM ALS, 400 PsjoijI?. 250 Horses ami PRoF. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 22 April 1909

CVbfad c silcohol Doctors prescribe very little, if iny, alcohol these days. They prefer strong tonics and si" This is all in keeping with modern medical science. It explains why Aycr's is now made entirely free from alcohol. Ask your doctor. Follow his advice. A yers Laxative for Women Free There is a great difference in the purposes to which a laxative should lie put Tablets and pilli. salts, etc., are usually violent purgatives or cathartics, and altogether too powerful for the average person. A woman at all times needs onlr mild Uxntlvc In fact, nono other ti by anone. weak or tronir though they tnny t. for the object li simply to moe the bowel, nnd If a gentle laxative will do It. wlmt la the uio of a violent one? Pr. Caldwell' Byrup Pepsin lm rnrned a votruo amonjr women and children and old folks people who mint nx snrlly bo careful of what they take. It I a liquid laxative, tonlo and the jcrenteit atomnch. liver and loel rumedy beforn the American people. The price Is only 6...

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. — 22 April 1909

"73. 'r III . !! ., T SCStXSSPWRW5r . ' '" "" yti,inp if.mi y-Ty, yF m PAGE POUR sj5i'w Bring your chickens and eggs to Morris & Yatea and get the highest market prices. iVWhrfclL A6 w II i 1 ,1 if, Entered 21 matter behraarj jih loc; at the posto&ce at Marion. Kentucky 0 infer e Act of Concten of March ). tSg. ITHICTLT CASH IM AOTAKCI. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION SIncle copies mailed 01 t moo ib mailed to anj address. is ' " " j months " " 1 yar i.$o " UHtl ...... ........ S.OO CASH ADVERTISING KATKS Ije per inch S. C. to Foreign AdrertkeH oc per inch S C to Home Advertiser Repeated id one-half rate. Metal bases only ned for Plates aad KIctro Locals jc per line. Locals ir Per lirve in twehe point type. THURSDAY. April 22 1H".' Thr v.h.criptinn pripf of the Cc!itkm.x ltkconn I'itKJS I.- ha been since thr the two nttier,) $1 f0 ji.t 1 n d mi). however, to Mihcr'litr u ',rt renew for 1 1' 01 (and ps up i'I arrears, I tr will give the $1.00 iate thi: !noti'i Card oi Thanks. I desire ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 22 April 1909

Ladies Spring Jackets L W Nunii.dcutMi. l'ro Building J B. Grissom wis In Princeton Sun-lay? Wlnfield Hughes had the misfortune to lose ii fine mare Monday. Will jmy 60 cents per load for stable manure and haul it. Wylio McCain. C. T. Noggle, of Kvansvilln, Ind.. spent Sunday in Uiu city with his family. Mr and Mrs. Will 1). Crowell wont to Louisville lant week to attend the lecincai exposition. fc MrH. Herbert Whitney and children, of Water Valley, Miss., are the guestH of her parenU hero this week. Everything in furniture line at bar am prices, at Mrs. Tinsley's. John W. Wilson and son, Reginald, Sunday in Kvansvillo. Rev. James F. Price will preach at Dixon next Sunday. Fly-time is here. See Olive &. Walker for vour screen doore. Senator I S. Mnxwell returned from Ardmoro, Okla., Tuesday. FOR SALK: One good old horse. For pneo see W. H. RoiiKRTSON.il. F. I) No. 3, 47 It. W. If Crowe, who spent the winter in Fort Worth, Toxas., returned hero Tuesday morning, for the summer. Mi...

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. — 22 April 1909

1 i PAGE SIX We As1 You to tako Cardul, for your femslo troubles, because wo are aire it TIM help you. Remember that thi3 great female remedy WINE! OF has brought relief to thousands of other sick women, so why not to you ? For headache, backncho, periodical pains, female weakness, marry have said it is "tho best medicine to take." Tiy it I Sold lit This City Dr. L G. Tayijr. :VETERI.MARY SU Marion, - Kentucky. All calls a::sueicd promptly. TELEPHONES and SWITCHBOARDS AIm Lar.v vl)ck of Electric Lijrht Iimi It.irwnr it ' Telopln ne Sup (' iiu 1 1 ami. onii ( t Ca'i'i'uui' 7. Jas. Clark Jr., Flcctrlc limuiany, (Incorporated) 3". " MiiuSt 'mi -le, Kj, Positions Drauohon give contracts, backed by chain of 30 Lollt'ni's, $300,000.00 cniiltal, and 19 yeais' success, to tecure positions under reasonable conditions or refund tuition. Draughon's competitors, BOOKKEEPING by not ucci'Dtlnc bis riropoltlon, concedo tliat lie tenches moro lookkpciiini; In months tlmn they do in M.. !rauho.i can...

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. — 22 April 1909

j" ., ;t h APRIL 22nd 1 CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, . ESEVE1' .TWO CHURCHES BURKED First Was Destroyed Six Months Ago Much Excitement. Bloodhound were tnken from II to Caldwell county Wednesday morning to bo used in trucking pcrnona m the night before burned tho Good brings Cumberland Presbyterian ffturch, thrcd miles from Frcdonia. The splendid work of tho dogs and clews obtained will, it is believed, lend M the urreic of tho man wh U suspected of being a ring-leader among the night riders in tho Flat Rock vicinity. Exactly six months ngo tho Good Springs church was burned to tho ground. Inclndiarism wa Huspccted, but no evidence was secured agiinst nny guilty parties. The members of the congregation sawed timber, hauled loggs and rebuilt their house of worship on the same "We. It hae been entirely and was ready for the last coat of paint when the torch was applied. The church was a fnme structure valued at fl,4(K). The Rev. R. A. Moore, pastor, died only a few ilajs ago. Tho fire occ...

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. — 22 April 1909

Ck H 'V i 1 U1 F ar.t!i BLACKFORD. ffiSXKXEX:SSS"SXSlXS5Sg!S50ai Blakford is jogging along reasonably well, so far as we know. The health has somewhat improved and people are in fairly good humor. We all have our "ups" and "downs" and, strange to say, it is when we are that we feel Soon will the little honey bee, The little honey bringer; Improve each shining hour in glee, By using of its stinger. Princeton Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian church was held With the Blackford congregation during the former part of this month, with Rev. J. B. Lowey Moderator, and H. N. Lamb, Stated Clerk. There were quite a number of ministers, elders and delegates in attendance and the interest manifested was considerable. The urbane cashier of Blackford Bank, George h. Nunn, has not only joined the Methodist church, but has had his house covered with shingles. (Both of which are certainly commendable and, moreover, they indicate, beyond doubt, that George doesn't like "much water." ..devil."...

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. — 29 April 1909

American Society of Equity wns organized shows that the average price the f.mners was u fraction Its-than twenty nine cents a bush I Since tho society of Equity wn organ- rare instances members were misinformed go to the situation, have they received lens thnn fifty cents ni bushel. There Is no d,ngfr thnt they will full below fifty cunts in the future. The records of tho pea growers in the northeastern part of Wisconsin are greater food value than beef- steak. Experts say Baked Beans have more good health-giving, flesh buijding qualities than any kind of meat which we all eat too much. But they must really be Baked Beans not the parboiled kind that has probably caused you to think no beans are good unless home-baked, The reason why HEINZ BAKED BEANS have that delicious home-made flavor is because they are really oven-baked in heat (see the labels) the home way, and come to you fresh in the Heinz Improved Tin, which brings all their natural mealy goodness to your table without the t...

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. — 29 April 1909

' ise Iff m lr 9 I. An aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloan's Liniment. This liniment takes thepiaceof massage and is better than sticky plasters. It penetrates .without rubbing through the skin and muscular tissue right to the bone, quickens the blood, relieves congestion, and gives permanent as kwell as temporary relief. Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, or any pain or stiffness in the rquscles or joints. Price 25c., GOc and (l.OO. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass., U. S. A. Moan's book on horws, cattle, thep aad poultry Mat f rre. sMit ., . '. . L ' 'v .- 41 Indianapolis, Ind., April liam S. Taylor and Charles pinlev. ex iled here for nine vears. closeted them selves in Taylor's office this evening as soon as they received word of their pardon and denied any admittance to callers until late. They had prepared a statement the public, as follows: "The final ending by Governor Will-son of the terrible reign of wrong and perse...

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. — 29 April 1909

jism WV rmr - v APRIL 29th 1909 CRITTENEN RECORD-PRESS. PAGE THREE Alcohol not needed Aycr's Strsiparilla is not n strong drink. As now made, there is not a drop of alcohol in it. It is a non-alcoholic tonic and alterative. Ask your own doctor about your taking this medicine for thin, impure blood. Follow his advice every time. He knows. We publldi our ftfrmulM We binl.h eleohel A P from our medleluM ixvers We eonauu urt doctor jou jour to - our doctor, "What is the flnt xreat : . of health?" Nine doctors out of !- w i ill quickly reply, " Keep the bowels r " ir " Then ask him another i - "What do you think of Aycr's 1 f.r constipation?" jdi ij the i, 0. Aor Co., Low!). Sins of Omission. "It isn't the thing you do, denr, It' tlio thing you leave undone That (riven you h hit of a heartache At the setting of the sun. The tender word foncotcn. The letter you did not write, Th flower you did not Mend, dear, Ar yrur haunting ghosts at night. "The stone yon might have lifted Out of it bro...

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. — 29 April 1909

yt K ' V 'iL 'V I m. FAGE FOUR CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS. APRIL 29th ly i 3 8' If- t ii tl m i. i3 I ftr i i ft JSMM Ei WE GIVE GOLD TRADING STAMPS. .mnt -a t. a If i J 1 " ES j 1. - 4 1 1L H -3 1 he Crittcnftcn 30th year, Circulatien 4,000. S. M. JENKINS Editor nd Publisher. Entered a matter February 9th. 1007 at the postottice at Marion. Kentucky, under e Act of Coniren of March j, 1870. STIICTLT CASH tM ADTAXCI. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Slntle copies mailed i 1 month mailed to any addre.... IS $ months . 75 " " " 1 year I.JO 4 years ' M . s.oo CASH ADVERTISING RATES: ije per inch S. C. to Foreiin Advertisers, joe per inch S. C. to Home Advertiiers . Repeated tdt one-half rate. Metal basrs only used for Plates and Electros. Locals jeper line. , Locals ioc Per liiwln twelve point type. THURSDAY, April 29 1901. The subscription price of the Chittenden Record-Press is (and has been since the consolidation of the two papers,) f 1.50 per annum, however, lo subscribers who renew for 1U0D (an...

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. — 29 April 1909

Stwi mi, wm i' ) -V JPAGF FIVE RlTKEUEKi RticdP. '-PRESS, r APRIL 29th IfM SimttHMSi!MMMmiiMJ 1-s' . '?A r VALUE "! VALUE ! ! ft d JT & BsaaaaHsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV. The Value is the thing that counts when buying, Get Your Money' Worth ! And You can not get your Money's Worth oy Buying Inferior Goods, Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasaaaaaaam BBaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaa . aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaav asa BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaYdlL m M This is especially true in Buying Clothing, Wc take great pleasure in Showing the Best line of Suits for Men and Boys in the County, and in many instances they cost you no more than other lines of much inferior Tailoring. Come look at Ours and see how they are made and how they fit. Special Price on Rugs for 2 Weeks. You should sec- the Values wc have in Droos Goods and Waistings, White Goods, Laces and Embroideries, Collars, Belts and Combs. It's to your own interest as well as ours. If vou want the very latest Patterns in Shirts. Collars and Ti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 April 1909

IE- m PV4 mi he leaped down (he steps and ran hastily aft I knew be was seeking the backing of Tuttle, and nrmed my self with a belaying pin, peering eagerly mennwhlle for the near-by null, and cursing the fellow at the wheel for not holding her up to the point directed They came up together, two steps at a time. Tuttle lu hto shirt leeves, and, as they attnlncd tn bridge. Bill Anderson swung himself mi of the hatch nnd started aftei hum. I backed away, the ugly lion 1 1 -nit ill lu my hand. "You'd better keep back." I warned, threateningly. "I'm ready to bruin th.' flnt man who attempts to toueh me." Tuttle stopped, lis Jaw working Savagely, his eyes on mini). "Will you promise to keep quiet, sir an let us get away out o" this?" "Damn you, no!" stubbornly, all my senses leaving me at sight of his ha'e ful face. "I'll speal. that ship youd.T If I h:ie to tight the crew of you single-handed " "4ion fight, you cockerel, nn' '. damned to you' ' roared AmWs . and he pressed nst the two ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 29 April 1909

hen Sick fanea Hitting from head- 10, backachs, pa la Inside, or MTOuiness, or any othtr all- lent resulting from female buble, should get Cardul and se It regularly. Cardul hat sen found, by thousands of tdles, to relieve female aa, by restoring to health tie weak vomanry organ. CARDUI Mrs. P. a Milt, Marietta, Calif., tried Cardul and write "I don't think anyone can recommend a medicine mora highly than I can CarduL ' I had a mishap, folloved by Inflammation. I positively believe 1 would have died, had It not been for Cardul. When I began taking It, I could not stand on my feet After taking two bottles, I was cured, and I now weigh 165 pounds." Try Cardul it will help you. Sold everywhere. A Premium ".nil of our ptifpori't r hvc not I i irr. til I itt.. nnt putil i I indite them W i ' f . ii'i ! lit k n OMUL, 'r nue -i I'lio I'urm dr h, i . ,t( I (' !IT" V'V llvcoiri lKlt Dr. II. A- Slaycfcn. rVoierintirian: 'ns -: nil ctlla Dny or Nijrht, hns i r'lll i rfU f instruments. i til r ...

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