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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 12 March 1920

TEE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY iviilay, March 12th, Hie &agHc Light Opera Singers ' ;r'l' " numbers in this troup and II v , ;, ,lt.ktlU a ,jiv,.rsifitld pn,,,ramnil. uli . s,,r(. lo )!4..stl a Tiis js ';' ;' i i.unikr of the Ljet-um ( tllllM'. Saturday, March 13 is;;jh;e Frederick IN' VAMP" Tidiy, March 16 Vm. S. Hint 0LF LOWERY" l i d , March 19 W i v. 1 1 tii - :i! t' v special feature iL. :L, VVi r : 1 iticiiirc of t'c-pt ional merit -:ihr. 31, Apr. 1st v, Nights . V V f :" XY COMELY PATHOS jljy- ' . 'ism might m Local News : Mr. und Mrs. Otho Towery uf Princeton spent a few days with Mrs. Burgett on ' North Main Street. Miss Nannie Rochester who has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Rochester on nt'llville Street has returned lo Paris Island. S. C. where she now has a position. V. 1). Caiman was in Dallis Texas last week. Mr. (!. Watkins of Hopkins ville was in Marion last week. The big millinery week, March 15th to 20th. Lottie Tinsley-Terry. Rev. J. 15....

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 12 March 1920

Hi O'i'ti V Mia THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY THEATRE I'Viday, March 12th, J itorctaguc Light Opera Singers ' 'M l. ii im rubers i this tni.p and '" -'I lt-t nt a divcrsirUd program me 1, h !' sun- o asc all. This is 'j'f : ' l ..iul if 1 i.umhvr of thi- Lymiin Saturday, March 13 hitivu Frederick VAMP" i'l .tday, March 16 ni. S. ilart a LOWERY" i -"iiJ : , March 19 W v, i I ,), n! t'-c spiral feature ' pit line of I'Mi ptiiMial nuril feh;H?hr. 31, Apr. 1st . Ni:hts 1 T t oeal iews : Mr. and Mrs. Otho Towery of Princeton spent a few days with Mrs. Burgett on ' North Main Street. Miss Nannie Rochester who lias been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Rochester on Iiellville Street has returned lo 1'aris Island. S. C. where she now has a position. W. 1). Caiman was in Dallis Texas last week. Mr. (J. Wat kins of Hopkins ville was in Marion last week. The big millinery March 15th to 20th. Tinsley-Terry. week, Lottie Rev. J. B. Trotter Louisville last week. was in Dr. Cumming...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 12 March 1920

-sttllfaftM' Instead of kahominz or wallpcper CiHHimi Ifilhui Cnn and Circli You Can Not Be Deceived! . This Package Protects Ycu You watjt Alabastine. Alabaerine results alone will satisfy you. Alabastine results can be secured with no o.her material. The Cross and Circle printed in red on the package is your guarantee of quality and results. Alabastine is artistic, unitary, durable and economical Alahastipe will permit you to put jrour own individuality in your home, match your nrt and fur nishing, and have complete color harmony in all your rooms. Cc ' ining and intermixing the different tiuu cnablei you to tecure unlimited color ..fleets. Alabastine require only pore, cold water to mix and can be ued on all in terior surfaces, p! uter, wallboard, over imoked and grimy painted nails, or even over wall paper that ii solid and has no raised figures or aniline colors. Best paint dealers everywhere sell Alabastine. Write us direct rather than take a subiutuie. Alabastine Company 547 ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 12 March 1920

TP rWTn""T!,TT,"V PTfP"!"' "Vf ""TOv " F.WTTTCKY I Instead of kahomins or ivallpcper Hi Piciati GtHHIHI ITuhiut Crtii and Cirtli fraud tnRsd You Can Not Be Deceived! . This Package Protects You You want Alabastine. Alabastine results alone will satisfy you. Alabastine results can be secured with no other material. The Cross and Circle printed in red on the package is your guarantee of quality and results. Alsbastine is artistic, unitary, durable and economical Alahutine will permit you to put your own individuality in your home, match your nnrs and fur nishings and have complete color harmony in all your roomi. Cc ining and iutermtxing the different tiuti enable! you to secure unlimited color effect. Alahaitine requires only pure, cold water to mi and can be used on all in terior surfaces, plutcr, wallboard, over imoked and grimy painted walls, or even ovr: wall paper that it solid and hai no raised figures or aniline colors. Best paint dealers everywhere sell AUbastiiie. Write us d...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 12 March 1920

L .... TTT" I'T 1 Mndlsonvlllv. John S. Atkinson. '.at, ho illt.i ni'iir White Plains, Him the faiher of eighteen children, eleven of whom wurvlvc. "GLAD I DIDN'T TAKE CALOMEL" Kentucky P j Hai-b'mzers cf Spring "j ni ,,s&Mwis n OUT (LUCK Never mind I Just take Cascarets if Bilious, Constipated l.vrryoiie must occasionally give to I ho bowels some regular help (ir else suffer from constipation, bilious at tacks, stomnch disorders ami sick head rli. Hut 1i not whip the tw.mln into activity with hursh cathartics. What the liver nml bowels need In geutle and Imturul i.mlc. one that ran .constantly be used lihout linnu. The gynllcst liver nml bowel tt,t. "(uncurct." They .iit the v,r to work ! cleanse Hip colon nml howela of all waste, toxins ami poison ,V,n. cut crlpinir th.y ri.'v.r sicken or U. .onvenleno , nke ralumcl. Salts. Oil or Purgatives. Twenl) five ii,in n0Il., of ,.,. carets nr.- sold (.n. , y,.nr. They work while you sleep. Casi-arels nmt no III. tie too. Adf. Whipped ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 12 March 1920

wj. n.-uv-M turret TtTT trTHCX? "GLAD i DIDN'T TAKE CALOMEL" Miidisniivllr. John S. Atkinson. !, wliu ilini if White I'liilnv, una the father nf eighteen children, fltveu of whom nurvlvi". Kentucky I j Uai'blncrs cf Spring OUT ffLUCK Nevermind I Just take Cascarcts if Bilious, Constipated An epitome of the most Im portant events transpiring thtouhoul the lUte I'r.mkfort. Hubert Vroelnnd tins sulil hia ImiiilHiimi- enmity entitle lo Al bert K UiTsinltli. of Sivitscr, who will hike H.hsi'Siiiii April 1. Kverynno tnM occa-diuuilly give to the (Miwt'li Some rt-gultir help or i-lae suffer from ci.tiMlpntlwi, Mllnus at ( kit, stomach dl.ord.-rs ami slt U bend- ti ll. IlUt ill) ll't whip till IliiWils Inla activity with harsh rati urtii'H. Whut the liver mill bowel, need In gentle and natural tuiilr, one Unit niinntimtly be .ised without linnu. The wntU'Ht liver ami bowel tunic Ik Oiscurcts,' They put the Itwr to work ami cleanse tie colon and bowel of all ltl', toxins and pnlMtns with. ou...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 12 March 1920

THE CBITTENDZN PBGCS, -L4JUQN, KZMtVOZT Best Prices Tobacco Seed Free Better Service Tobacco brow NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 'a home in Heaven, ia the dese! In the Stud season of 1920 of the writer, will he one registered saddle Moat Du vail, one of our farm bred horse 5 years old, 16 hands . g mft purchased the flock of hih. will weigh around 1,000 ats that were s.a.l t th , if. : pound. A beautiful bay with fiij. ale Thursday. ers We hope the worst is over ami ;ha' I!.,: .uaikel will improve. It. did better Friday. Early plants is the thing that's important now. Force them v illi fertilizer. We have a special tobacco bed fertilizer (hat wo you at cost, $3.00 per bag. We have cnl will gladly furnish 100 i:ags, so hurry! We sold over 50 per cent of the market this week for ! white hind f-et, very stylish with jierfu't form. This stal lion was bred by W. E. Dowell out of a wry fine registered saddle mure. He sent the mare away to one of the highest bred saddle horses in the s1ue of Kentuck...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 12 March 1920

THE CRITTENDEN FRG6S, KZMtUCXY Best Prices Tobacco Seed Free Better Service NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC a home in Heaven, is the In the Stud season gf lfrJOlof the writer. desire! To Ibacco Utm eis We hope the worst is over ami ;ha' Ik uaikel improve. It did better Friday. Early plants is the thing that's important now. Force them with fertilizer. We have a special tobacco bed fertilizer (hat we will gladly furnish you at cost, $3.00 per bag. We have' only 1(50 hgs,so hurry! We sold over 50 per cent of the ;nirkd this week for which we make grateful acknowledged. When you come to market drive your load down to i will lip one registered saddle bred horse 5 years old, 16 hands jhiffh, will weigh around 1,000 ' pounds. A lieatitiful bay with ! white hind feet, very stylish with jierfwt form. This stal lion was lied by W. E. Dowell out of a very fine registered saddle mure. He sent the mare away to one of the highest bred saddle horses in the stae of Kentucky ant this beautiful .wiiirf svJlion...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 19 March 1920

A ,U.. 4V Volume 42. llsrisa, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, March 19, 1920. Number 34' J ;? . 'I JO f 1 i u NEW FRANCHISE OWNERS (HUT At a special meeting of the city council last Thursday night A. Cf Moore, attorney for the Marion Light Ice and Coal Co., appeared and tendered the elec tric light franchise back to the council. The Promoters of the company, 0. S. Denny, Sam Gugenheim and T. H. Cochran stated through their attorney that they hud decided to aban don the project and positively would not build a new plant here. The council was asked for a release from the one thousand dollar bond given as a guaran tee that the terms -of the fran chise would be complied with, but refused to grant this re quest.' They did however re lease the company from one half of this amount. The vote taken on this proposition was Unanimous. . Nothing definite has been proposed toward obtainin twen ty four hour electrical service t&r Marion. It is with con siderable interest the citizens of ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 19 March 1920

S. . I ... i. f -- .0T7T7 4 Volume 42. ttsrba, Crittea&n County, jCentucky, Friday, March 19, 1920. Number 34 jrSl ' m Is. FV if .4 1 I 1 A' NEW FRANCHISE OWNERS QUIT At a special meeting of the city council last Thursday night A. C. Moore, attorney for the Marion Light Ice and Coal Co., appeared and tendered the elec tric light franchise back to the council. The Promoters of the company, 0. S. Denny, Sam Gugenheim and T. H. Cochran stated through their attorney that they had decided to aban don the project and positively would not build a new plant here. The council wan asked for a release from the one thousand dollar bond given a a guaran tee that the terms tt the fran chise would lie complied with, but refused to grant this re quest. They did however re leas the company from one half of this amount. The vote taken on this proposition was Unanimous. Nothing definite has been proposed toward obtainin twen ty four hour electrical service fdr Marion. It Is with con Biddable inter...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 19 March 1920

ttte PUTTTF,vTy'T PRESS. MORTON. NTUCKY t F . Here's f Jlf to teeth, M i appetite, The flavor digestion I i H lasts-and the 6 electrically- g sealed V A p package to yoa with all Its rf goodness perfect- 1 r I 5 br preserved. I 1 p Sgled I MARTIN I MAWW CSTAB. 1S82 CHICAGO FAKOUS BOWERY IS NO MORE ) Prohibition and Cnsral Good Things Rsapunsltlo far Disappearance of Its Olattima Characttfistica. New Tort's old-nine Borwrry In no mm. No flnnl rttes hare tanrkeil Its pawnpe. aor has the Inst resinlem bwn Many, bat of recent months tJm chnngp has ISeen pregressUj swiftly and no Umibly. Oaty nM-Mmira can rrmpnilMT the Tuh of niiwrT" and other famous divra, hyt now fin the modern fcang cmtfi are disappearing one by m be fore the adroit of national rsratia'il fJntu alost Mileiit nT The cTyimgew In A rrtiT tra'a former drift nay if tinman wrerk nge la the tfrtwal Aiuippearaaoe f th Itnrery tHim." A newwimraer fea ttire writer nsroetty ssvjsvanied rm the stfrect for a time, wsfl 1e reported...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 19 March 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS. BURTON. KENTUCKY t i ; 4 Take Aspirin If your Aspirin tablet hav th ! contain proper direction fur asm "Ilayr" tanixxl on them, ; Colds, rieadmha, Toothache, F-ar-tliry are genuine "Haycr Tabhta ; ache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Ithru. or Aspirin, proved aafe by mil-; Nona of people. The name "Haver" Irirntifie tin true world .f allium Aspirin prescribed by physician for over eighteen yeara. Always drink on or two glaaar of water after tak'ng ttia tablet. Each unbruken "Bayer package" Aiilila li traaa mxik at Sirtt Miaaku Lift In Dath. It WH ii death m scene, but the art director was not hiillslled itltli the hero's acting. "Come on!" Iu -rll. "rut more life Into your dying!" RECIPE "OR CRAY HAIR. T bait pint of trr sdd 1 ot. Bay Ilura, aniall box of llarlio Compound, and oi. of glycerin. Apply to the bair twice a Week until it become the dr.irej ahade. Any diui.t can put tin up or you ran nni it at bom at verv little eoet. It will gradually darken streaked, faded gr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 19 March 1920

m cwTTBifDiN rem, wtnnit, KNTUCKY SI What about Clothes for Spring? " Here's a store, that leco&nLiwK tue economy of quality in these days of higher prices, is featuring Complete New Showings of HART SCHAEFNER & MARX Suits and Topcoats for Spring at prices ranging from $45 up. The increase in price of these nationally known, all wool hand tailored clothes is so small in compari son with advances on cheaper grades that no man can afford to buy inferior quality. We Refund Fares on M. R. A. Plan. Hammer 317 Main St. si Kvansville, Ind. STRAND THEATRE Friday March- li) SPECIAL FEATURE "IDLE WIVES" 15c and 30c Saturday March 20 ! ENID BENNETT IN 4THEVA.W" Tuesday March 23 Dorothy Gish and Frank Campau -IN- " Jordan is a Hard Road" ALSO SMASHING BARRIERS Coming-Mar. 31, Apr. 1st Two Nights " rj t f WITH V ;jyjp y VC0MIDV pathos h73tUfWOLD DELLWRIGHT fflj HIE CRTTTENDEN PRt S Marion, Ky , March 1J. 1 - ' rs. Emmerson Ethridge and children visited M. Ethridge, Satimlav.' tf . ' W. K...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 19 March 1920

32 aster: is Two Spring Fashions Direct from New York 4 fTTT Tl - k. ; . ... .- . i XV " 4 A) 4W And this store is prepared to supply the entire family with wearing apparel suit able for the occasion. It will be a pleasure to show you anything in our store. Men's Clothing Just received A large as sortment, of men's suits. Now is the time to tfet that new Eas ter suit. IMain blue serge, fan cy serge, blue, green and brown flannels for the young men. Staple hair line stripes and checks in blue, black, and brown for the older men. Prices range from $32.50 to $50.00. We can save you mon ey. If you are contemplating the buying of a new suitit will pay you to let us show you the won dei ful values we have. Do not delay as Easter is only a few weeks from today. I Hats that will Please Oi.l' I I aiyiisn snapes lor youmr men. Fancy cloth and frits al-) the very ,ncvsl in straws for Easter. Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords L Shoe! Remember Spring is here and we, have careful ly selected- 25 differ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 19 March 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY Agricultural Column By Prof- Ceo. M. Cumbert THE CARE OF TARM MANURE. When wo take Into consideration the fact that solus are made up of very Bmall bits of rock, mixed with humus or vegetable matter, and that the soil contains ten essential plant food ele. ments, namely carbon hydrogen, oxy gen, potassium, phosphorus, nitrogen, calcium, iron and magnesium, of which nitrogen and phosphorus are most like ly to be deficient, and when we con sider the amount of nitrogen and phos phorus In a ton of munure. and the losses that occur from weathering It can readily be seen that the care cf manure Is as important as Its produc tion. Farm manure on the average con tains about ten pounds of nitrogen, two pounds of phosphorus and eight pounds of potassium, besides about five hundred pounds of organic mat ter, to the ton. It Is estimated that manure leaches out about onehnlf of lta plant food value when exposed t' weather for three months time. By comparing...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 19 March 1920

r 4 DOCTOR ADVISED . CHANGEJF CLIMATE Run Down and Lung Hurt Stayed Horn and Gained 22 Pound. "In November. ln, I hud a sever cold and la ri.p., which l.ft m. it bd cough. My lunge m,j ,i,oul.l.r lla.va hurt o I couldn't aleep ,, h d o flv. up my job and ,ir,.rej to Chan, climate. In April, mi. , t,.," ,!,. M"k:. Kmul,"'n- " h- 3 bottl. I could ... . rlmna.. My app.ni, tei L.li.r and I rumm.ni.-ed to uln ?T.'V",d W,I,,M Now " 3. UU.') I hav, uMd 11 bottl,., v, 7 poun.u in walclit t,!!, eve Bin peiuian.nii rur.t " W. K tand, lloute t. Wolf cit t..'. Hour- Mr. HouiUnd fortunate In com. "..ncln, to um Milk. Kmul.ln when h. ul.V"1' "'" ,""1" ",vU,, dlM" Mllaa hnmUInn roil, nothing to try Mllka P.i.iulk.n ! a plHnt. nuirhlv, rood an.1 a correctly, medicine n lure, healthy, natural bowel , tlnn do. Ing .way with , nwd or , phyl. lea. II pmninio, apatite ,nd quickly put. th. tir.tiv. oriun. , hllp, lQ imllat f!d. A. a builder of fl..h and atr.neih Milk. Kmulaiun I. atrnnly re-. cmm.nlrd to...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 19 March 1920

TE OtTTEjm PXS, HAJtlOCl, XXNTUOZT The Qyality Paint You are looking for a paint that if not . only easily applied, but that will wear longest without fading. ;, That's RED SPOT. ; It's made by people with yean of ex perience, from the very best pigment and oils. Use it for your house, born or silo. There is a color and a variety for every purpose. FOR SALE BY T.H.Cochran 4; Co. LARRIPAN 1 1 New Barber Shop Open Saturday "N 0 finer shop anywherc-Shower id tub baths als6. Wfe glid to k; our old friends and to raitt cew oris. '' McConnell & Wiggins New Barber Shop written for last week Mrs. Clene Stone spent the week end with her mother Mrs. John Polk of the Emmaus sec tion. Her mother is quite ill. Mr. Earl Beil was in Dycus burg Thursday. Mrs. J. C. Stone and little daughter Hazel spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Murray Stephensn of the Jackson sec tion. Herbert McClure, Herman Martin and George E. Bennett three' of Dycusburg 1 hoys left Saturday for Gary Ind.' Mrs. T. C. Ow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 26 March 1920

I'.' . " to ; (5y ., . . . ...... - . ".'.' 1 ..i, Volttinc42. Marion,, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, KacEgS. 1920. ' Number 35 I "' f 't f - f Id r WILL IT EVER BE THUS? Marlon in again In the pre dicamcnt of not knowing where they are at about the electric light franchtoe. The gentlemen who promoted the company or ganized Uat fall have quit cold. ( They are not to be censured particularly for that however That wan their privilege. But aeveral month have pawed and gone since the old franchiae expired and there has been absolutely nothing done towrardH giveing Marion what she tnuHt have ..24 hour elec tric aervice. The lack of this modern nec essity, not convenience, should nuke every citizen hang his head with shame at the thought f it. And the city councilman should clothe themselvcn in sackcloth and repeat of their skithfalnens and inertia. As an illustration of what! LITTLE towns in the state have me writer is only mentioning trn cad nvntrrfi ftnd fwl sure a few that he w...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 26 March 1920

,1 - THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY N E W S CULLINGS From Kentucky Ihinvllle. In a rt'iort Just issued, 8,75,vjo was tin' figure named for the number of pounds of tobacco t tut t wits sold In tlio Piitivlllo niarki't this sou ion. The market hits just closed. Mt. Stcrlins. James Q. Stephens, ceil S!) years, dl here of the Infirmi ties of age. He was one of n family of 27 children mid was the father of 11 children, leaving iS grandchildren, and 1H great-grandchildren. Owlngsvillo. I.edford Ingrain and Will rondo, Menifee county hoys, re cently bought a smnW tract of tuna for The land turned out to he In the Menifee oil region and they sold the oil rights on the land ii day or two ago for $12,(HK). Lexington. Printing pressmen here rhn recently organized the Ulngton Printing I'ressnieii and Assistants' Union, declared a strike for tin In crease In wages ami the closed shop. The Increase asked ranees from' 'J. to BO per cent, from foremen to press feeders. Three law Job plants ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 26 March 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY FIFTEEN YEARS OF BLACK-DRAUGHT Black-Draught Highly Recom mended by Illinois Man for Liver and Stomach Disor ders. Used It for Fif teen Years. Blngi-rton, HI. "For fifteen years hv nacd Thedford'a Jllack IrniiKlit. niul have not s yet fuund anything Hint could tnke Its place," write Mr. W. F. Ulster, of tliU town. "I have used It fur Indigestion num ber of times, and It gives relief," c::tliiUM Mr. Muter. "For sour stomach, a henry, Moated feeling. It U splendid. And when the liver gets torpid. so thiit when you toup ami rnliie up suddenly you feci dlny, a few doaws will net you straight. "Wc keep It and use for consti pation and the above trouble!, and find It moit sntlafnctory. I run recom mend It to other and gladly do no. For the rutnhcr of year I have used Ulark Dniuiiht now, I ought to know." In III 70 yean of usefulness, Thed ford'a niurkPraticlit 1ms relieved thousands and thousand of persons littering fnm the results of a dls ordered l...

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