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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

KKKKKXXKXKIKHMXKnKKKMKKHX Hardin Bros. SUCCESSOR TO R. H. KEMP 5)f t5SS HENRY & HENRY BUILDERS OF ARTISTIC MEMORIALS IN MARBLE- GRANITE AND SIONE. o - - - - WHERE. PRICES ALWWS LOWEST FOR MICH GRADE WORK Wc solicit an opportunity to call on you, with our designs and samples. WRITE FOR PRICES. PanAHofoRMd tl arin rf, :: 5:1 Keep a general Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Good Meats, Good Lard, Good K Coffee and the Best and Cleanest X Meat Market in the County x All orders Filled and Delivered With Prompt- if ness and accuracy We mean to merit a liberal patronage at your hand by keeping a fresh clean stock of Goods nd by fair dealing and Good Treat ment. HARDIN BROS. 55 ; Salem Street, Marion, Ky. x wiirtfflfMli?yyMvvMMWiA,uM ,smi "'-""''-" "vmvwjrjrxXjrtijf w. D. WYjIT Fredonia - J IFRAIfORT LETTER CON TAINS INTERESING NEWS Written By Our Worthy Representative, Marion F. Pogue, Who Works For The Inrerests Of Hi's Constituent. DELAYED FROM LAST WEEK Frankfort, Ky., March 12, 1...

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. — 24 March 1910

lie Itf f ' 1 , T FrnSampb Aids Old Mm The sudden change from years of activity of both body and mind to the quiet of later years causes the human system to undergo many changes, chief of which is in the digestive organs. harler and hard tr t tho bowela to move promptly a .; - ? ??J ?i2.C?"5e,VenCo man' elderly n.cn onJy from the bale touble. con- belcnlnc. sour stomach, drowsiness after eaunc and similar annoyances. It 3 first SLH,KnecfM?ry t0L"cep the bowels open and then to tone the dlrestlve muscles so u.l Kt them to acaln do wirk tlvL"' ,A Vp,ent thartlc or puTI? live Is not nnlv unnns.ci... ,... t lul. and something ir.iiii win !,. - . st as well. " Jus After you hav Rot through cspri n hi, m ,na puis and wai s of y?fi0i nr'J have become v. need that they do on y temporary pood at best. thn trr Dr. Caldwell's Syn?p lVriin 5 rr.ild. gentte. laxative fatrlly. especially uotrp street. Kouth m.n arnov nr.... .ll.. . Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased to clve vo.i nnv rnedleal...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

ORMES DRUG STORK We keep for our large trade, fresh, clean up-to date goods in every line and keep the largest varied sfock to select from in all tins end of the state. My show cases are full of the completest line to be found anywhere and then too of that that pas you to buy. The best you know is always the cheapest. Come in when you come to Marion and look at this big line and if you fail to see what you want, call for it as it is impossible in such a stock to exhibit everything. Our goods are good and our prices right, and we ask that you come end look fcr yourself. MASURY S PAINTS The season of all seasons, Spring, is the time for building, repairing and beautifying the home and to do this you need to use the best paint on the market. We have it. It is Masury s. It goes further, lasts longer and looks better than any paint known. The best painters know Matury s to be the best for every reason. You can buy it in any color and quantity you need. We keep every thing in this line or...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 24 March 1910

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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. — 26 March 1910

rF SVffl , 1 r I r , SATURDAY EDITION (foil ijrntijen Roe 01 & OL. 31 MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, March, 26 IHIO MJViBER 47 I I I , 1 16,000,000 POUNDS OF LUMP SPAR Grave! and Gruuod Fluor Spar Shipped in the Last Two Months-Brought $65,000.00. CRITTENDEN COUNTY IS THE GREATEST FLUOR SPAR CENTER IN THE WORLD. 16,000,000 pounds of lump gravel and ground fluor spar has been shipped from Marion and Mexico, Ky., since the middle of January which has brought into this town over $67,000.00, in the space of two months. The demand for fiuor spar has greatly exceeded the supply and there is a splendid chance for investment with large returns for a good company to take hold of some of the properties and develope them. Most of the mining has been done by local capital and as the r!nnrfpr;at Journal" stated in an pditnral not long ago, '"Crittenden and Livingston counties have large bodies of fluor spar, lead and zinc ores but are handicapped by lack of capital. A number of capital...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 26 March 1910

I t Free Sample Aids Old Men The sudden change from years of activity of both body and mind to the quiet of later years causes the human system to undergo many changes, chief of which is in the digestive organs. It becomes harder and harder to pot tho Dowels to niovo promptly and rcRuIar.y and In consequence many elderly men suffer not only from the basic touble. constipation, but from Indigestion, lie.idache. belcnlnp. sour stomach, drowsiness after eatinc and similar annoyances. It Is first of all necessary to keep the bowels open and the 1 to tono the digestive muscles so 10 km mem to acaln do tier work naturally. A Vlolnnt nnthnrfl n ,.irrv tivo is not only unnecessary but harmful and something mild will do tho work Just as well. After VOU liaVft COt Ihrnimll Arnn?lmiinl. Ins with salts and pills and wnt. -s of various kinds, and have become convinced that they do only temporary pood at best, then try Dr. Caldwell's Syrup IVpsin. a mild, gentle, i.iinitv bottle fiee of charire "...

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. — 26 March 1910

f o fit rc(t v,' fcftftftMfoftftMdhM COME HERE PEOPLE! to OnsOifi ie what Aonnfc in fh nrl 2&nri uifhin won hnw a better quality here for the same money you pay for ani S inferior quality elsewhere, you save money ; Quality and Style COMBINED WITH Pnrnfn ri ft and Price 3) Is the reason of our great increase in our shoe basiness SHOES T OXFORDS T PLAIN and 2 STRAP PUMPS. "anyway let us show you what ue have and you will will buy. Do you want to see the Best, Prettiest and "Cheapest line of Spring and Summer Dress Goods ever shown in thecounty. All right COME HERE Newest weaves and patterns in Woolen and Silks, Bengal ine, Cottelle, Belmar Poplins, the prettiest and best wash goods ever sold at 25 Cents per yard. Carpets, Matting, Rugs and Druggets Lacecurtain Swisses, window shade Spring Jack cts, and Wash Suits are here Local Happenings Told in Short Paragraphs M? County News Items That Are of General Interest to Our Local Readers. W. L. Krone, of Kuttawa is here in the nightri...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 26 March 1910

2jrsZfl H ' ttimti' r i " !v"i: X Tgi & Y 'V i. V I Our Spring ff' ''v&iVn:' '. r ' ryppHntf(y gy'tf pvqffv v j jp".J" ,JW s J l,s A w I W n FOOTWEAR Stock We are Swinging the is SPRING NEWEST OFFERINGS IN- FINE CLOTHING The Swellest Suits of the -Season Are Here YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Smart and Nobby-Cut on the Newest Models, Showing the New Style Clothes Patterns to Suit all Taste-The Coats are Right The Pants Match Them. Best of Clothes Newest Colorings BOYS CLOTHES Made like the all the New Clothes and Color ings Mothers buy your boys suits from us and he will be dressed right and you'll save money Men's and Boys Hats and Furnishings In all the Right Styles and Fads Neckwear -Collars -Shirts TO Suit and Fit All At the Saving Price. Here Big Stick Ladies Ties for Spring wear in PatentsGunmet' aWThe snappy shoe for youWe fit your feet, Men's shoes in all Leather SLIPPERS XNDPUMPSFOr GIRLS IN ALL LEATHER. SHOES AND LOWCUTS FOR BOYS IN ALL LEATHER Come to us for shoe values We ar...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record-press. — 26 March 1910

31 100,000 POUNDS LUMP SPAR Hrotight $fi5,Q09.M. OF ,ei and druuid flusr Spar Ship- led In the Last Two Minns ms'DEN COUNTY IS THE SHLUUISrARCENURINTNE WORLB. i, ikkiikV) pounds of lump lu and gruunu iiuur nimr mis o tpped from Murion and iico h . since the middle of uar a Inch has brought into toAiun or $07,000.00. in the let h iwu iijuiujo. me mmi for tin or snnr him MTt will be on the list of ''I'l s In-fore long. 'If f'.t S.'ltno vinn 5 tlii t'ti.fhmp lluor spar heavily "prtrnatod with lead and the ad pile will easily run 10 ner int. The west shaft next to N road, the vien here is nine fettt ,c of high grade white Jors,r. w. 11. 0. RatcJiffe has in- Riled machinery on the land Morning the Great Northern ln"iK Co., and after sinkimr p shaft fifty feet crosscut the " at Mexico are loading live lrrlhe hast innntli vnf wUan "eit was a scarcity of care. HEB0RN. firo. Love filUl Ma nn. r TOWN, Wh.,i, roft Mine" and is1 Not withstanding the fact that aud adjoining the Blue Grass the mi...

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. — 26 March 1910

m W ti w : 1 o , Fru Frand value to frlly Aids Old Men The sudden change from years of activity of both body and mind to the quiet of later years causes the human system to undergo many changes, chief of which is in the di gestive orpans. It hArrlr rA K,4- -. . t ih .t. "'.rau ,iiV ' T. ayrup i'epsm. a ......j. jtuuc. i.it.iiiv rr. Caldwell rxraonallr ,iii Vv nt.I to rive vou any medical advice you may for yourself or familr pertalnlne to k. "! . w .i. liver or Dowels absolutely .. if. "-. ..-- -. .iimc &i,imn your caj". in a letter ard he will rspiy to you In deuiL Fr the rre sample simplv send your rajce and address on a postal card or . .rw''" For either rwiuert tho docora address Is Dr W. n Ca!dwn.R.500 Caldwell building, llontleello. Ill Sheriff Sale's. By virtue of Executith up the river to the beginning, containing one acre more or less. Also the following: -Beginning on a small sweet gum, Lodnick's line to Stewart, also corner to Geo. Pavy's half acre of ground: i thence...

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. — 26 March 1910

't i I' !H !i Free Sample Aids Old Men The sudden change from years of activity of both body and mind to the quiet of later years causes the human system to undergo many manges, cniei ot which is in the digestive organs. I!c?mcs ,iardo" nl harder to pet tho bowcu to rnovo promptly and regular"? ?-d In conaequenco many elderly men V'6. basic toublo. but from Indigestion, headache, bclchinp. sour stomach, drowsiness after eatinc and similar annoyances. It is nrit Lal.1,I!ac?ss.ary t0. kccP tho bowels open and then to tone tho digestive muscles so JV Ret them to again do their work or one dollar. ii test .r it """" . snme mini i. Also the following: Beginning on a small sweet gum, Lodnick 's line to Stewart, also corner to Geo. Pavy's half acre of ground: thence a northerly course 33 3 4 poles to a white oak marked as a corner; thence N. 7, W. 6 poles; thence N. 18 W 7 poles to a white oak on the side of the ridge; thence a northerly direc tion 33 3-4 poles to a stake, being at right a...

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. — 26 March 1910

nYFOffhS 5S STRAP I, Krone, of KutUiwa is l i he niirhtlright cases. M ss Muttie Earies, of Dalton, - is 'ntf.loe Linsey. M". Heath, of Fredonia, was 1 M.mon Thursday. h.i'iK Travis, of Trilnme, was n u, this week. Lis Walker, of I w.is r town Friday. I I Waddell. of Salem, was ir M.inun Friday. Miss Nell Hoover, of Sheridan, I is flu- guest of Miss Iva Hicklin. ( II Cassidy of Dycuslnirj?, was m Marion Triday. Wm Tvnerof Salem, was in tow n W .Scott Paris of the county, was 1 Marion Friday. M .uiii Mrs. C. M. Mays and s" Henry and Uiwrence, of dlailstciiif, was in Marion Friday. Mr and Mrs. Harmon Flanary, "f '. is the guest of I). E. 'ii nla nd and family. K V. .Joel Hill was in Mar-i(". Ilniistlay, worshiping in the aftirKM.n at the M. E. Church. Mi and Mrs. BirchHeld, of sHail iroveare visiting friends hiTe Hugh and .lames Wilborn, pron.ii mt young farmers of the wore in town Thursday. Mi .ind Mrs. Butler, of Salem, wi' ". town shopping, Thurs-da Mrs ()r. M. .lames left Tluirs a...

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. — 26 March 1910

bi I. Krone, of Kuttawa is ht"-i' "i the nightright cases. M sa M attic Eades, of Dallon. s 'mir ,)oo Linsey. Mrs Heath, of Fredonia. was 1 1 Marion Thursday. I u'ik Tnivis, of Tribune, was i ios. this week. ( has Walker, of Cave-In-Kock was ,i town Friday. T I. Waddell, of Salem, was ir, Manun Friday. Miss Nell Hoover, of Sheridan. is tht g iest of iMiss Iva Hicklin. II Cassidy of Dycusburg, was in Marion Triday. W m T ner of Salem, was in town esterday. W .Vott Paris of the county, was n .Marion Friday. M and Mrs. C. M. Mays and sois Henry and Iawroncc, of dlailstone.wasin Marion Friday. Mr and Mrs. Harmon Flanary. f !", is the guest of D. E. ('i "Hand and family. K( V. Joel Hill was in Mar- ior. worshiping in the afttn (Km at the M. E. Church. -Mi and Mrs. Hirchlield, of Sluil 1 1 rove are visiting friends here Hugh and .lames Wilborn, pron.ii mt young famlors of the coimtr were in town Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Butler, of Salem, wv H. town shopping, Thurs-da. Mi Ollie M. James left ...

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. — 26 March 1910

m cTSy iLSJi ZSSJI fffts IBs KT"3 1 -M H &-!.! 5v.,f aVTT.a' V. W a l'A '' -. '.t ' T 4 IV I' n hi Wit Ir fi I .Ei jSP i SPRING NEWEST OFFERINGS ' wvS rftt v7 IN FINE CLOTHING V? if? The Swellest Suits of the Reason Are Here YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Smart and Nobby Cut on the Newest Models, Showing the New Style Clothes Patterns to Suit all Taste-The Coats are Right The Pants Match Them. Best of Clothes Newest Colorings At the Saving Price, BOYS CLOTHES Made like the all the New Clothes and Colorings Mothers buy your boys suits from us and he will be dressed right and you'll save money Men's and Boys Hats and Furnishings In all the Right Styles and Fads Neckwear- -Collars-Shirts TO and Fit All FOOTWEAR We are Swinging the Big Stick i I Irk ' . vo Ladies Ties for Spring wear in PatentsGunmet 9n Ml aWThe snappy shoe for you-we fit your ieet. Men's shoes in all Leather SLIPPERS ND PUMPS FOrf GIRLS IN ALL LEATHER. SHOES AND LOWCUTS FOR BOYS IN ALL LEATHER Come to us for shoe values We are ...

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. — 31 March 1910

I MRS, J, fi,ti?''.'S Jem Wf .-1' !':.' vr'kTr'7 iif Tit A-v'- ? tf i&pjztjrjto 'WKIXv vrW -v - -: ' , r "' - . p. , ,, "l " I .. r,fl t . A " 00 VOL. 31 MARION, CRIT; OEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, March, 31 I9I0 NUMBER 48 VS m fc .. S. HENRY FALLS DEAD. While Sitting 'n Her Chair P tllng On Her Shoe' She Falls In The Floor Dead. At a little past six o'clock Monday morning, the news spread rapidly over town that Mrs. .1. ; S. Henry had dropped from her chair dead while putting on her, shoes 1 As she was to all appearances enjoying the best of health, the ! .li.i , , , . , t snocK to ner ramny anu inenns 'I poor member who gets his pet;n'Kht fr eternity. measures killed or his record so! Sandy had been afflicted with was a terrible blow. Sunday she county unit bill, more measures had attended Sunday school and ' were possessd than usual. More both church services and visited ( bad bills were presented: but her sons family just across the , fewer bad laws were passed than street up to ten...

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. — 31 March 1910

63 W iEL 18$ iv srv w xS w I R -& tf 15 A SeSit 5 V r - Jf'JScJH?! - - r"' """'T f If n aoaBaaBuuabfsasisiuAMWMHflni PK p& iy JB PHFv f i - .. ? Our SPRING BOYS CLOTHES- Made like the all the New Clothes and Colorings Mothers buy your boys suits from us and he will be dressed right and you'll save money Men's and Boys Hats and Furnishings In all the Right Styles and Fads Neckwear -Collars-Shirts TO Suit and Fit All Spring i3 'n ii ji SVpiC'. r .Remnant S Department ITS A NEW ONE AND FULL OF THE BEST MERCHANDISE AT 1-3 REGULAR PRICE Stock is NEWEST OFFERINGS FINE CLOTHING The Swellest Suits of the Season Are Here YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Smart and Nobby-Cut on the Newest Models, Showing the New Style Clothes Patterns to Suit all Taste-The Coats are Right The Pants Match Them. Best of Clothes Newest Colorings At the Saving Price. FOOTWEAR Here We are Swinging the Big Stick Ladies Ties for Spring wear in PatentsGunmet alvThe snappy shoe for you- we fit your feet Men's shoes in all Lea...

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. — 31 March 1910

V i 4 "11 ,'. .v- v 1fifeffe&f&f&&ffrftf& v c COME HERE PEOPLE f "V ,1, If. 'I Ic '" -& and Price 3j Is the reason of our great increase in our shoe basiness SHOES - AVFADhC O ftiulilu ie what rnnnfQ in fhA fnri inri uihfn vori hnv a better quality here for the same money you pay for an 4S inferior quality elsewhere, you save money Quality and Style COMBINED WITH r, 1UIIIIUI I PLAIN and STRAP PUMPS. "anyway let us show you what we have and you will will buy. W. L. Krone, of Kuttawa is here in the nightright cases. Miss Mattie Eades, of Dalton, is visiting Joe Linsey. Mrs. Heath, of Fredonia. was in Marion Thursday. Frank Travis, of Tribune, was in town this week. Chas Walker, of Cave-In-Rock was in town Friday. T. L. Waddell, of Salem, was in Marion Friday. Miss Nell Hoover, of Sheridan, is the guest of Miss Iva Hicklin. C. H. Cassidy of Dycusburg, was in Marion Triday. Wm. Tyner of Salem, was in town yesterday. W. Scott Paris of the county, was in Marion Fri...

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. — 31 March 1910

Hf ...tn'irHjsv'T vwwv vw4'''J$,'t,'t RV -V ' ' i M.I 71 KID RIDGE H. Bigham Saturday and Sunday. DOES THIS MEAN YOU? Indigestion, sour stomach, headache, backache and a-central miserable feeling. Do uu , March 21. know that the pleasant herb j We are having fine weather at Line's Family Medicine (Lane's Tea) j Drosent moves the bowels each day and will I . . rimnvi nil these troubles nlmrst im- the tanners are busy ( mediately? H you do ot know it, get ing for their crops. ' a package to-day at any druggist's or Mr. and Mrs. Postleweight dealer's 23 cents, ited Mrs. Celia Tabor Wednes-' - - day. I LEVIAS. Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson i Q G ThreikeW went to passea nere i nursnay en route iu d()n Sunday t0 see Ml.t John Crayne. Mizell, who we learn is very low The singing at Dr. Cook's Sun- -th ,.,llsIimnr:nn day night was enjoyed by a large Rov Davidson has a crowd. Ernest Brown left Monday for Missouri. The Bradford brothers has been haulinu loirs this week. Henry Tabor and Klmer attend...

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. — 31 March 1910

y it j' V- -L it-Su . tXftOwJU,' i"5f HW't'fi7r '? is ' ' M" jl.lVl mmmmmmmMmmMmMMUhmmmAiht m J ihe Best is Always A pound without the can our measure of WEIGHT. The flavor Hngora. Absolute satisfaction our, the Cheapest measure of QUALITY. The aroma lingers. j Full, rich body unequalled Tbo pic iurc lin&crs, ssMsttsssssHHsHsUk flavor. x. r "VOU v. " J linger over your j Wcliaxcjust opened a bran new f'ewory cup of CHASE d SANBORN'S 1 stock of groceries (.n Salem Street next "Seal Brand" Coffee. - " ,0 v CHASE6 SANBORN'S "2 "Seal Brand" Coffee. Cj . to Carnahan Brothers, where we will ' bo eluajs glarf to have our friends call on us for uhatcver THEY MAY NEED Our entire sto&U i new in every feature and of a class we feel the trade demands, if you wsnt to mnkc your dollars go the farthest bring them to us. We haves what you vvar.t, yo.r i.,et Cold a tar. in -3 for every ten cents you spend with us When you exchange money for roccrtos you should have the best, fcr the reason t...

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. — 31 March 1910

ft t ' imedyFor Weak Bowels r s inc internal cleanliness. k. Is A? PneL p?lnt that a" should wwi iiiuir unuv IIlo r nnnl nnc . u miiipicr ami more natural remedy For the skeptical the best way to Is to send jour namo and address to Dr. Caldwell for a free sample bottle. K?m . ,as d'rfctcd anl " It convinces jou that a brief continuance of its use 51, inre.IiIWo.you Permtnently thit It will train the stomach and bowel muscles to spin work naturally at certain hour .then buy It of your drupclst at fifty wv...o unit wwt uuirir a. iHiiue, just as SO man- others are dolnc. They bectn with n ruiiiit. uumc. men oouRnt a iiniic, ana now. ruiiv luiiiiiisuun uvrr iroiioie 5iPK Mr tfltl HUB flftv cent convinced of Its I' ii!v ninnies iiKe that of Mrs Oocar . ... .in. i iiiwuvuip inci j f S.iroii. Tex and hundreds of others that co' i hn rnrpod Pr C Idwell perron.illv will be pleased to re von anv medlcnl ndlee von miy f. r ourlf or famllv pertilnini; to t e stomifh wr or bowels absolutely fro ...

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