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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 3 February 1910

. .1 nn.ln.iltlM ffitlfirtn tnr 9m am v?a ..t fl l Junt ns surely as n sound and Inr stnmaeh results ujwn tho takinK of Kodol. I When you oxperlonco sourness Icf stomnch, belchlni; of pas and nauriratinix fluid, bloated sensation. irawltiB pain In tho pit of tho rrmach. heart burn (so-called). ei rTi ioa iicailnrhes. dullne's or cl "( nlc tlrfd feellnK you need Ko-' I And then tho quicker you tako Kid' I tho better. Knt what you 4't, lot Kodol dlBcst It. Or Unary pepsin "dyspepsia tnb. M " physics, etc. nro not likely ti bo of much benefit to you. In digtutlve alimentc Pepsin It only ija ?" ,1 kcfe br Ufeae Wbmea tiiwtentlw ol nil llio alckncM of women U due Jo tome ilerarutemw.1 or ill.. ta,e 01 mc oixniw ui.unciiy icnunine. Sucli aiokneaa can ho cured 1 cured licryc'ity by , , , . Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It Makes Weak Women Strong, Sick Women Wnii. t acta directly on fho or&int affected nnd ii at the name time a jjenera! tonic (or the whole ayitem. It curct female c...

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. — 3 February 1910

SR F' rwi i f&ftoff&fto&ftoftodbffa&&f&ibf&f&f&f&ffr&&&&&wto Y. m i BE SATISFIED BEFORE YOU LEAVE THIS STORE m T The Chief Point in conducting a Growing Business is to Please Every Customer. 7 wv uiiviiu iv uu tiidi. wc uu nui wdiu a Miigie person iu leave uiij aiui k, ? fied or Unsatisfied. It is not only OUR POLICY, but our PLEASURE, to sat- X T isfy every one's wants, and to make every sale a satisfactory sale. Give us the t J opportunity to please you. it anything you buy is not entire satisfactory, Kai kit oio Lint ft. milo 21- en H"f UU WlUI( IIVII IU IIIUIW It, OUi . r Clothing for MEN & Boys P final Reduction on Winter Weights. . -Come and Look for I Gft. 1 $ HENRY. STONE, &Mi Q tXi tXi &U SOME BANKERS IQEAS OF ni!R FINlNflAI rnSniTIdN. 1 In the history of Crittenden county the future for the farmers and the business men looks brighter than ever before and surely my interview with Mr. T. J. Yandcll, cash...

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. — 10 February 1910

SHELF HARDWARE Main H Street COURT, erc Sale uS Kentucky and iti lelnpbune and Tcligrapri Company . Si4tr Circuit Otturt, District nf Kentucky, at Loin. iulf J I) Powcru, Heeeivcr, C arlainanl, , Kcntuoky V lo- ant 'lelcphoa & Telegraph com. ui) ! al, Do'oudaiilH, I;' Pn uaut t. rei iinnn suH of III 4 "fff 'lllttrfll in the alovu J uiih' hi January, 7, lltS'O, j i r iiii. 1 k Maxtor, I ' y tmi ileroo, will mi the I 'ay of Miroh l'.MO, at the 1 1 f 11 j clock a. u: at the front ' t the 'mrt hnuo of Davies . ii the city of Oweinboni, l, - I , a whole at public auc. :n ' the hiirboHt bidder, all of . Men, rih n, privclcge. r i-e and itntuunitiea of every i a I - i nd description whether i' nal or mixed, wlu'thor in ' . or in action and whereto. ' ' ' utci of iho Kontuoky & ' aii IV I up ho no & Telegraph corn- . i iudititf the following to wit; I Hephonn czhango and all w.res conduits and other ap iixtittitt'ig tho tolophone I -aid Kentucky & Indiana I'' in V Telegraph ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 10 February 1910

Tby JpSL IOC XEIOC Mens Underwear 1.50 Shirts or Drawers 1.00 Shirts or Drawers 50c Shirts or Drawers Mens Dress Shirts $1.50 Dress Shirts for j.00 Dress Shirts for. 75c Dress Shirts for 50c Dress Shirts for Fall Clothing Fall Clothing and all odd pants for Men and Boys io m.28 r 89c 39c il OS 89c O 6Sc J8c at one third off. q o In connection with this sale we will U offer a big lot of bargains in Winter Goods that will mean a big saving to the economically inclined. The prices are marked in plain figures. You will have plenty of time yet to U well get there worth before the cold 2 weather is gone. Everybody will be here. These prices will bring them. Read them. Every dollar you spend entitles you to a piano coupon. Feb. .. we give nit pianu dway. h ftl " - U o style. A remnant of those beautiful suite we have been selling that has gained so much popularity this season. Many will be worn late in the coming season. We must have their room for incoming goods, that's why we cut the pri...

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. — 10 February 1910

1 Ml 2 Winter Pant-. 2 25 1 7,'. 1.25 .US Wi Iihvo fo Winter iuit wo will I nut at lull price. w w 50 tl till SO IJNDKUWKAIt Underwear lndcrur Underwear Underwear SHI UTS. Shirt Shirt " ' " 'I c immmmmmmtbMMmmmMmmmmMmMMmm BIG CLEARING 71 o o 0 St St A SALE IN SEASON. st st 0 0 0 ? a You can always buy goods out of season at a reduced price, but here we are offering you' real bargains in all heavy weight and winter goods In the middle of the season, when you need them most. 0 o 0 From Thursday, February 3rd., TO Saturday, February 19. , mi CLOTHING Witilnr Pant Winter Pant-Winter Pauti We will sell you goods at the following; low prices: .50 .:is .in :uo 2.50 2 no i! 2 1.50 MKNS IIKAVYSIIUKS Shoe $2.75 Shoo 2. Hi; Shoo? l.tS ' SllOf 1.0S HI. oo, l.lll All Bot Shoe (Jo ai Same Keduclion, MKN'S FINK SIIOKS Shoe .!IK Shoo- 2 ' Shoos 2.75 .Shooi. 2. an Shoo l.J' 15.00 4.00 .:n :; oo 2.50 2.25 vV$j.oo i..o Shoe- l.S Shoe. 1.1 . All Itnhher Over Shoo- $1.10 t'A SO :t.oo 2.50 2.00 1.50 IjAD...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 10 February 1910

ri " "iki" 'vtotAA? w fii rl -" " -i - --Mir-' -rail'. - - --- - .- sr v y - v. m Jtf i luiV Pijl FINAL PRICES Every remaining Winter Garment must be sold to make room new spring merchandise. Prices that will make you "sit up and take notice." I1 REMEMBER We have lots of CLOTHING We can't quote you the price on accountof the small quantities BUT THE PRICE is the smallest thing about it Less than 1-2 price on this kind. CLOTHING PRICES So attractive that if ou come to look you will stay to buy Suits Overcoats Pants with the big end of the profit yours On some lots they are less than the Cost of Making. See them $12. & $14. Suits at $8.50 ODD PANTS AT 33 1-3. Boys and Childrens M SE?E? Suits and Overcoats "r WrP OVERCOATS WITHOUT the PROFIT. House full of Clothes Bargains Remember these are the Good Style Clothes. Entered as second-class matter February 9th, 1907 at the post-office at Marion. Kentucky, under the act t Congress, ef March 3rd 1879. Our Sale IS Everyday TODAY-TO MOR ...

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. — 10 February 1910

iv ;. a SPHMsWilsWN W w E2? CRITLENDEN RECORD-PRESS. N. E. CALMES, Editor and Publisher. Entered as second-class matter February 9th, 1907 at the post-office at Marion, Kentucky, under the act f Congress, of March 3rd 1879. We feel that is encumbent upon Senator .1. R. Catlett of this district to explain to hit! constituency his reason fur change of froot on- the Couuty Unit Bill. He has on different oc3i i voted tn send it to an unfriendly committee. A committee at whose hands it can expect nothing but Can it be possible that a enlor representing a constituency as intelle gent and pauiulic an any other in the State, would so hood forget hm pledge to the people and his prty? Would he prove faithlesb to Mr. Poffne and others houi he told to announce thHt he would stand by the temperance people and support the county unit bill? Can it he that a man in full possession of bit faculties would &rgn a pledge on the 2(Uh vf last October and before three month- rolled by repudiate it? PL...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 10 February 1910

EARTH QUAKE? NO. But Prices on a Great many Things, and Especially in Men's and Boys Suits and Overcoats; Ladies, Misses and K Children's Cloaks; Tumbled Down" Perhaps that is what you heard. Even if you did not hear it, We have 'Tumbled I them Down" just the same to move them out quickly. V New Embroideries In the wide and Narrow Cambrics and Swisses Some xtra Nice, Dainty Patterns for the Folks Extra values in Val. Laces, Linen, and Cotton Torchon Ask to see our specials in this line. Its to your interest to see these, ' " "H yj V-5 I i titi .I McDowrll. ol S i Grove ii in Marion Monday. I r Sam Gugenhonii went to Kv lo-ville Sunday, to visit hi father, 1 timing nny ecuiug. co Oardwell of Confederate fame, the norlli bound ra a passenger on Monday. t'laraucc Frank had buitie in iUpton Monday. Mi Treuary. the popular iritnutcr Jor A !, C'avender, i tn Cincinnati, .udymg the fashiaos and buying iutllincr pood for their big opening a week before Kaster. The public in look for somethi...

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. — 10 February 1910

EARTH QUAKE? NO.S A But Prices on a Great many Things, and Especially in Men's and Boys Suits and Overcoats; Ladies, Misses and K i Children's Cloaks; Tumbled Down" Perhaps that is what you heard. Even if you did not hear it, We have 'Tumbled I them Down" just the same to move them out quickly. V 4 i 4 New Embroideries for Spring In the wide and Narrow Cambrics and Swisses Some extra Nice, Dainty Patterns for the Folks Extra values in Val. Laces, Linen, and Cotton Torchon Ask to see our specials in this line. Its to your interest to see these, 11. M W Mill.r win, i Ill I III- demon tliiton (i ute li from I- r d A Tnnley Kuttawa. Comedy Quartette OPERA HOUSE, FEB. 10TH If you want the Best Suit of Clothes, or the Best Overcoat, you ever saw at the price, come at once. While we are making tries inducements. Wd will sell you a Genuine $20. Suit for $14. an $18. Suit for $13,50 o $16.50 Suit for $12.50, a $15. Suit for $11.50, a $12 50 overcoat $8.50 And becides these we have some Broke...

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. — 10 February 1910

Ik mi xi tiH 1 ua r I.- Pain in Heart u Tor two years I had pain in Hiy heart, hack and left side. Could not draw a deep breath or lie on left idc. and any little exertion would cause palpitation. Under advice I took Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy and Kervine. I took about thirteen bottles, am in better health than 1 ever was, and have gained 14 pounds." MRS. LILLIK THOMAS, Upper Sandusky, Ohio. For many years Dr. Miles' Heart Remed ha been very successful in the treatment of beart trouble, because of its tonic effect upon the heart nerves and mucle. Even in severe case- of long .standing it ha4" frequently prolonged life for many year after doctor-, had given up all hope, as proen by thousand- of letter- we have received from grateful people. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy I told by all druggists. If the first bottle fails to benefit, your druggist will return your money. MILES MEDICAL CO- Elkhart. IfU. KID RIDGE. Had weather Mill con'inues 111 this section, y Roads are very baa. Not much tradin...

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. — 10 February 1910

No Man t's Stronger Then His Stomach d imin i rtror.p. mi imr. Ii mm ran i tirnnH ''I"1 j Mificuiij! from cak atmnach with it n.n.fiiicnt iiiiliilcktiun, or from tome other dikcaite ,1 Hie kiomnch and it niMiciulcd uiguni, which Jm. rir liigcMion ami nutrition. I'or when the stomach , cak r dituued there U u Iom of lliu nutrition 0.nfaiind in food, which in tho Miurcc of all physical sirrntth. Whcrf u man "doesn't feel hint riiht." Mlirll nc uttrM 1 Ririli HI It ll ail lint'.imlnrf uhl ctl.nU in the Momuc'i utter mlintf, is languid, nervou., Irrilahle uJ he i loini! tho nutrition needed to make MrenKth. MirA a man auouia use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It vnna disrate of the ntomnch and other organs or digestion ana nutrition. It enriches the blood. Invigorate . JJvcr, strengthens the- kidney. nourishes the nerves, and no GIVES HEALTH 7IKD 8TKEXGTH TO tiik whole iionv. m can't afford to accept a tttrtt noklrtim a i.kvili..in .., !.:. Ltrohoho medicine l .Non COMroiiniiN, ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 10 February 1910

h: I: h. V'", 'HW" V ISilKI""?! fflj ft fflj fj fflj BE SATISFIED BEFORE YOU LEAVE THIS STORE The Chief Point in conducting a Growing Business is to Please Every Customer. T 4k We intend to do that. We do not want a single person to leave this store ? fied or Unsatisfied. It is not only OUR POLICY, but our PLEASURE, to sat- X T isfy every one's wants, and to make every sale a satisfactory sale. Give us the T & opportunity to please you. If anything you buy is not entire satisfactory, ft UCI WlUll IICI J IU IIIUIt ll OU. .- ... - Bar-Ki r n I II I r a a r rt I .. ...... I i a SHOES'! SHOE'S"' "P Clothing for MEN &Boys Final Reductiolt on Winter Weights. Come and Look for Yourself. HENRY STONE, Copyright. 1900. by Jottph Medill Patterson mJ Harriet Ford. Tie Tnsou" KlgolflcaTrny. Judith lowered her eyes from his. "I forgive hlra any annoyance he may bare caused me, ami 1 hope you will forgive him too. I want you and Wheeler to be friends again and. like the princess In the air...

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. — 10 February 1910

l if. i ' ' fl 5??- ?r - Vt lS IHOTW V-Ky Ar "f 'ywW -it w? 0r0 i y X'l il .v-1 VOL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, February 10, I9I0 NUMBER 41 t P If i I i r I 4 4 4 4 4 4 I MINING SUPPLIES Such as oils of all kinds, Mining Candles, Kx plosive. Picks Shovels, Handles of all Kinds. We Invite Voir Inspection. "THE EARMERS' FRIEND, THE STUDEBMER" The Best K"coriiMienilation that any Vhiele can Have, the Strongest Guarantee that it will (jive It's, Purchaser Satisfactory Service is the fact that It is a STTDHIJAK Kit. Wfc have a full car ('all anil See Thoin. ROOFING! ROOMING!! IS.iot .oj; I It vmi are going t.t anj tjni of Rooting i n t tail id ee u W e have Steel lloofinc. 'lalrauued l!ot'iti Kuhber old Uu ihog, Cougo Roofing. All virst. Class Roofing If yiu want something cheaper we have that in 1-Ply. :! Ply and 3-Ply. Don t Kail to See Us For Roofing 4 SHELF HARDWARE PAINTS! PAINTS! We carry in Stock a large line of 'Shelf Hardware, Builder-- Hardware, Cut-tier) ul ail ki...

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. — 10 February 1910

w2 .JvS4 p iSSs iSSs IBS) w3Ef Kail Clothing and all odd pants for Men and Boys at one third on. q O In connection with this sale we will U offer a big lot of bargains in Winter Goods that will mean a big saving to the economically inclined. The prices are marked in plain figures. You will have plenty of time yet to L well get there worth before the cold 2 weather is gone. Everybody will be here. These prices will bring them. Read them. Every dollar you spend entitles you to a piano coupon. Feb. 22 we give the piano away. n ftl "' "' ! style. A remnant of those beautiful suits we have been selling that has gained so much popularity this season. Many will be worn late in the coming season. We must have their room for incoming goods, that's why we cut the price. Read. 25.00 Suits in this Sale only 22.50 Suits in this Sale only - 20.00 Suits in this Sale only 18.00 Suits in this Sale only 15.00 Suits in this Sale only 12.00 Suits in this Sale only 10.00 Suits in this Sale only S.50 Sui...

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. — 10 February 1910

r Saturday, February 19 CLOTHING !.! Winter Pant .'t (Ml Winter Pant 2.S0 Winter Pant I SO & 2 Winter Pant. 1 Oil .7S .f0 il (III so I'NDKKWKAK Underwear Underwear Underwear Underwear shihts. Shirt Shins We will sell you goods at the following low prices;-- 1 I.'. 1. '.' . OS We Imve a few Winter .uit we will clo; (nit at hall price. SO .:ss .::s saso ::.iiii j. so .MK.V'S I1KAVY SHOKS Shoe Shoe Shoe MKX'S FINK SHOKS SS.OO Shoe- 4.00 Shoe ...1 2.HS 1.0a J 00 1' 2S felme l.li.S 1.SII Shoe.- l.lll All Bot Shoe (mi at Same Itediiction .".. OS 2.11ft 3. SO Shoos J.7S :; 00 shoo 2.:ts 2. SO Shoe. 1.IIS 2.2S &.'.'. (Ml Shoe. l.liS 1.S0 Shoe. 1.1 0 All l! libber Over Shoe;' .! 10 I.ADIKS SHOKS Si SO Shoe :;.oo sime -'.SO Shoo 2.0(1 Shoe 1.S0 Shoe Site HATS Hat CAP Cap Cap ?:.'. sn 2.2S i.fi l.US 1.1 All Chi Id ron'. Shoe Go at a lledueiioi j;i no 2. SO J. Oil 1.S0 & $1.2S 5-2. (Ill I. SO 1.2S IS WINTER 1H5KSS (JOUMfe 41.U0 Good .7j .7S Good ,j"i0 .Si I Good ;. .2S Good Jii Gin;...

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. — 10 February 1910

Ifr i; ifSSs N. E. CALMES, Editor and Publisher. Entered as second-class matter February 9th, 1907 at the post-office at Marion. Kentucky, under the act of Congress, of March 3rd 1879. We teel that is encumbent upon Senator J. R. Catlett of this district ! to explain to lii constituency liis reason fur change it' front oo the Couuty Unit Bill. Fie bus ou .lifteronf ocsisito voted to semi it to an unfriendly committee. A committee at whose hand it can expect nothing but Can it bo possible Hut a monitor representing a constituency as and paiuoiic as any other in the State, would to hood forget hit pledge to the people mid tn. party? Would he prove faithless to Mr. I'ojrse and others be told to announce that he would stand by the temperance people and support the county unit bill? Can it he that a man in lull possession of bis faculties would svgn u pledge ou the 2(ith of last October and before three month rolled by it? FLEDGE BY SENATOR CAFLETT WHEN SEEKING ELEGTON Princeton, Kv.. Oc...

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. — 10 February 1910

m church Dan .1. .McDowell, ol S! :m Grove wi" in Marion Monday, Mr. Sam Gugenhcutt went to Sunday, to visit Ins father, returning Monday eveutug. ieo. Card well of Confederate fame, was a passenger on the north bound Monday, Clarancc Franks hud busiuess in Kcpton Monday. Miss Trcnary, the popular trimuter for A. S. Cavcnder, is in Cincinnati, studying the fashions and buying millinery poods for their big opening a week before Haster. The public can look for something nice when .she return. I. H. Travis, uutiager of the Cumberland Telephone Co., at Sturcis, went to Blackford Monday. O. C. Quircy of the Sturgis Mill, ing Co., was in Marion Monday. Dr. Frames, the popular veterinary ot Marion, was called to Kcptoo Mouday. J no. Hartb. now of Pttdueab, was a passenger on the I. C. Monday for DcKovcn, looking after his Urge Union county interest. Rev. M. E. Miller, who i in the night. Mrs. Eugene Love left Moaduv for St. Loais, to buy goods for her Spring and Summer trade. Shti will be ...

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. — 10 February 1910

; - r -V f. t m Wf'&X "i s 1 i HH Pain in Heart "For two e;tr. I had pain in my heart, hack and left side. Could noi draw a deep breath or He on left idc. and an little exertion would eaiw palpitation. Under ad ice 1 took Dr. Miles' Heart Remcch and Nervine. I took about thirteen bottles, am in better health than I ever was. and have gained 14 pounds" MRS. LI I. UK THOMAS, Upper Ohio. For nianx ears Dr. Mile; Heart Reined) ha been very snccesful in the treatment of heart trouble., because of its tonic etVect upon the heart nerve. and tuuele. Kven in severe ca-e of long tanding it ha frequently prolonged life for many year jfier doctor had sjiven up all hope, as pro en by choiwmd of letter. we have received from grateful people. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Is sold by all druggists. If the first bottle falls to benefit, your diugglst will return your money. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. I (id. KID RIDGE. Bad weather till emi'inne in tin l tion. 1 Road are vert bait. N'ot much trading 1-...

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. — 10 February 1910

i 7 i fsTFT' V TVb Man is Stronger Then His Stomach A stroi mun v iitotig ull o",cr. No man can be Mrting nho js Mificnni! fnun wcafc stomach with its consequent indigestion, or from vjmc other disease of the stomach tiiid its (associated tir&ms, which impairs digestion nnd nutrition. Pur when the stomach is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition contained in food, which is the source of all physical strength. Whcrr u man "doesn't feel just right," when he doesn't sleep well, has an uncomfortable feeling in the Momuc'i ufitr eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despondent, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. Such it man should use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. It enriches the blood, invigorates the. liver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes the nerves, and so GIVES HEALTH 'AND STRENGTH TO the whole no or. Yon can't afford to accept a srerrt nostrum as a substit...

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. — 10 February 1910

It i I jjy Q 9 W The FOURTH ESTATE Novelizea by Frederick R. Toombs From the Great PJay of the Same Name by Jo5cph Medlll Harriet Ford. Copyruhl. 1P0. by Joseph Medlll P(tteron inJ Harriet Ford. rfftsou." Tie Tanked significantly. lowered her eyes from his. "I forgive him auj annoyance lie may have caused mo, .iud 1 hope you will forghe him loo. I waut jou and Wheeler to be friends again and, like the princess in the f.iiry Mories, live happily eer after." He patted her toudlj on the shoulder. Mrs ol.in entered the room and, aglow with excitement greeted her guests. Judge Hartelmv, 1 hope jou haven't been wuitinu Ions;" -he inijuired . j "Not ut nil." 'It is so good of jou to I'omo." ' Oh. 1 wouldn't penult anything to krop me awaj "' he "I've just h.id the of adjourning a Important ronfeieuce to be here." This confession tilled the tluttering bean of Mr-. .Volun with pure ecstasy. Jsbe could harelj coutaiu herself as Mio in turn greeted Judith Bartelmy. I'ltther another name that a...

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