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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 30 April 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY GAKUtN WORK IS MOSTJHPORTANT Mistake to Think That Cultivation Is Done for Sole Purpose of Killing Noxious Plants. SCOTS NEED SUPPLY OF AIR Soil Particles Are Broken Up and Plan Food Made Available for Rootlet Dust Mulch Will Retain Moisture. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture. ) Most people have nn lilen that gar dens are cultivated solely for the pur pose of killing wwli As a matter of fHct, the killing of weeds Is Just one object of garden cultivation, say the specialists of the United States de partment of ngrlculture. The roots of plants require nlr Just the same as do the tops, and If the ground Is packed or hard or Is sunbaked over the sur face after a beating rain, the roots of the plants will turn yellow, and If not enred for will die. The same thing Is true where the land Is orly drained and waterlogged. The water keeps out the nlr and the roots cannot feed the plants. Cultivation has another object, In that It ...

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. — 30 April 1920

THE CWTTPP"" PRT.SS. MARTOtf. KENTUCKY CLACK-DRAUGHT AS APREVENTIVE When You Begin Feeling Bad With fi Feverishness, Headache, Cold, ' or Constipation, Give Your f Uver a Tonic Take Black-Draught. V Candler, N. C "I don't believe there If better medicine made (hun Black-Draught; I have used It and guy niothor'M folks used It for colds, feverlshness, headache and deranged liver." This statement recently was liiado by Mr. C. II. Trull, a well-known furmor on noiite 3, this place. ' "I have, before linw, begun feeling 4ull, a hcndiulie would come on, and 1 would feel nil full of cold, and dike s few dunes of Illiick-Pratight and let nil rVlil," adds Mr. Troll, i "Lust year my brollier bnd measles, flu ami pneumonia. Tbey wired us; I went to Cuuip Jackson to look bltn Bp. Down tlicre different ones wo twins preventatives. 1 stayed with Mm. The only thing I used was Black Iruught. It kept my system cleansed ii nd I kept well mid Mining." Ily keeping your liver and Ntounieh in good order,...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 30 April 1920

Kentucky Democrats, You Are Entitled to Express Your Preference THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion. Ky., April 30 IftJO, W. F. and W. P. HOGAHl), Editor and Publisher. Ithecolyum IF you have a choice for the Democratic nomination for President you are entitled to ex preM it, Kentucky Democrat. But you hava but on anaAC to ) o. You hav boon cillod to moot In maia convontiono in your county toata at 2 o'clock, Saturday aftomooa, May 1, for th purpooo of rcglitarlng your choice. Ncgloct tho opportunity thu offorod, aond your county delogatoa without In. tructlona, and your ono chanco to ox orciao your aovorolgn right of oaying who will bo your atandard boaror In November haa ollpped away. Exercise Your Prerogative WILL you delagat your franchlto to a few man In th crloi which confront your party and your country or will you aaaert your prerogative aa a citizen and a Democrat to chooo your leader? That you may be abi to rogiitar your choice Intelligently theoo facta about th candidal Ohio Demo...

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. — 30 April 1920

f Cleaning Pressing Repairing Suits to Measure Suits Dry Cleaned and Pressed .... Suits Sponjfed and Pressed Hats Cleaned and Mocked Hats Cleaned $1.50 .75 1.50 1.00 NATIONAL DRY CLEANERS Tali-phone 118 Marion, Ky. j t ALL THE TALL SHORT OLD YOUNG FAT LEAN BALD-HEADED -MEN RICH POOR GOOD BAD COMMON in Marion who do not prefer to go to some other Sunday School next Sunday, May 2nd, are most cordially invited to come down to the Methodist Church at 9:30 and join with VYM Brotherhood, the men's Bible Class, in properly celebrating Kentucky's great annual Go-to-Sunday-School day. I. S. If you do not belong in any of the above classes, come anyhow. .We want you. YOU OUGHT TO SEE WHAT $45. $50. $55. WILL BUY IN THE NEW HART, SCIIAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES FOR SPRING & SUMMER The big inducement isn't ho much a matter of the mod " erute rice it'n the quality of the clothes; in the fact that they're all-wool; splendidly hand tailored; and we xtand behind them and insure your satisfaction....

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 30 April 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY CASTOniA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature nr.x...i.rWsrstioifcfAl uis ' itTOKfaJ "PmoTo'tlniiOtvVsl 'i"V""r:-M,nhlnrnot of tnBBi .l 1 Owe Their Health To g H Lydia K. Pinkhara's Vegetable Compnund overshadowing H .S u indeed la the success ol tnis erear, nu'Uk-.ine. uomiiareu w uu h Owe Their Health To Lydia K. rinkhara's Vegetable Oimrsiund overshadowing tnaeeu ia the success of tats great nu'Uk-.ine. tjompareu w uu it, all other medicines for women's ills seem to be experiments. Wby is it so successful ? Simply because of its sterling worth For over forty years it has baa no equal. Women for two generations Lave dejtendud upon it with confidence. Thousands of Their Letters are on our files, which prove these statements to be facts, not mere boasting. Here Are Two Sample Letters: Mother and DaajLier Helped. MidJIchurg. Pa.-"1 em glad to state that Lydis E. Finkham's VegeUbleCompounddidmenr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 30 April 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY ) SICK? BILIOUS? COME LISTEN! Don't Nauseate or Salivate Yourself with Nasty Calomel, Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead Nercr take dnnporou Calomel BrkIii 1 "IVmIsdh'h Liver Tone" will start your liver and quickly rid ynu of all miseries of ennstlpntlnn and blllousneiia ; all the liendiirhe, dlizl ness, Imd lirenth, Mllownemi and Mtoiu arh distress goes. Cuhimcl sickens, salivate, gets Into the Ixim-a, cramps you. "lodHon's Liver Tone" la per- fiTt substitute for Calomel and la m pleasant nnl harmless you ran aafely Klve It to children. It doesn't sicken you or shake you all up. A large hot- tie costs but a few centi at your drug KlHt'a. Hudson's Liver Tone la guar anteed to art better than Calomel ot you get your money back. No argu ment 1 Adv. IT KII E it an offer backed! hy on of your personal friends L dud whom you hv known, tor lom tnua. and IB wkos hoittsty yo has implicit tunfidrnct. 1 hia man la your local druggist. 11 "ill tll you tha...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 30 April 1920

AL ITU WE WILL ON Friday, May 7, 1920 at 9 o'clock, a. m. at Rodney, Ky., offer for sale the fol lowing described property: 1 lot of shoes and groceries 1 lot of dry goods 1 lot of show cases 1 platform scale 1 counter scale 1 lot farming implements 2 mules, 1 cow and calf 1 lot of hay Also, on May 8th, at the late residence of H. L. Sullivan, in Marion, we will sell one lot of household goods. TERMS: All sums under $10, cash in hand; over $10, on 9 months time, note bearing fi percent, interest with approved security required before property is removed. L C. TRUITT J. L. SULLIVAN Executors COMMISSIONER'S SALE t'rliiftiilt'ii Circuit Court, Kraturk)'. ETC., Plaiuliff MARY 1'EKK. vs ETIIEI. JAXK WEST KTHKI. AXH JAXK WEST ETC.. lffll(lullll. & ETC., riuintiir. M Alt Y Vg 1'KKK ETC., rvffndnnt. i Equity lly virtue of a Judgment and or i?r of Sale of the Crittenden Cir Iriut Court, reudered at the Miirrh Term thereof. 1920. in the above I rause herein 1 shall proceed to of I for for...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 7 May 1920

Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, May 7, 1920. Number 41 Agricultural Column By G. II. GuMMtT T n Join Us! Succeed With Us in Our New Home ! Thirty-three years ago this month we asked the people of Marion and Cittenden county to believe in us. They did. At the close of the first year's business we had deposits of $50,000.00. We were encour aged. Since then, our deposits have crossed the $600,000.00 mark. We will soon move into our splendid new home at Main and Bank Streets. Where there is room, light and convenience. There is a special rest room for ladies, where they can write letters, we furnish the station ery. We want you to come and share these comforts whether you are a debitor or not. We naturally wish that every man and woman in Crittenden county had an account with us. You don't have to be dressed up to secure cour teous treatment. We are friends of workers and savers. Come right now. MARION BANK MARION, KENTUCKY. limoriMTIC (UWKNTIOX HKI.D HATi niMY I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 7 May 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY Kentucky News Cullings An mpHom et the meat Im portant event trantplring tAtfeMifftuut III stale (irnymni. Wliith'ld Sirttt, M, irsl ent of the CltlxenV Hunk, died In hi chair white invaldlnj at t director luowliii.'- Groreplown. Dop raided the shwp flmk nf Chirenre (iruves ntul after killing lambs, drove the other over a cliff, rriillii2 many. ' rrla. Will Hull, nocro farm hand, liad Ida li'ft eye kicked out mid wnt seriously Injured while hlh'litnx up a mule nn Hie llik Marsh funii. Pari. Ohlldivn played with mutch es lu a btiittty at the home of Ttmmns Woods. The vehicle waa tleatroyeit, but firemen succeeded In saving the burn. Cynthlnn. William Admns, Jr, fa uffer'iiiK from blood poison, affecting lila Millie leg, resulting from an aliru Ion iiutuliied while pluylug basket ball. Mnysvllle. John Flshter, night v.-ntthnmn at a redrler, waa nituil bipced by nn unknown assailant In the nieht with a motive thut Ima uot been found. Mayfleld. Mr....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 7 May 1920

DOESN'T NEED ANY LAXATIVES NOW Mr. Beekar eays Ufa le Joy, without tenet Action or itomach trouble. 1 had catarrh of lha etnmarh and head (or three years. My aluinavli waa to ba. that (very Unit I ate anything eweet, m'h aa fruit or paairy, lha burning hul atr would run mil or my niouili. 1 Imi'i a huallve awry night. "Hint's taking Mllka Kmulalnn niy bow. all iimva regularly. I have now lakrn Irn buttlta a nit liava gained M pounila. All my rrlen.le remark how Una I am looting, and II aetima a pleuaure to llva aialn, wllhuul eloinai'h lrouble."-liert Hereer, Miami, I'hveli'a uaually inaka alavca out of I hair mere, and weaken lha bowela In trail of rutin Hug thain htoinai'h trouble In ninny caeee la uiiectly dua to coiiall lotion. Mith Kmulalnn la a plraaant, nuirltlva f.nxl anil a loneillve iiinllriiie. It re atnrea healthy, natural howid action, ilo h it a:iy with nil need of illa and olive tte It nronio'ea aiwtlte and qul kly pule th illaeatlve oraana In aliapa to aa. emulate to...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 7 May 1920

i i t c- r I.;. v in pan 4. xfcife Loss Kiel MoreHeat THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., May 7. 1920. W. F. mil W. P. HOOARD. Editors and Publiihen. Entered m second-class matter Feb ruary 9th, 1S7S. at the pol office at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd. 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00. per year cash in advance Conserve the Coal File with r v . fjumace VHERE is o secret Iv.k :.f I'.w economy anJ heating qualities of CahJI P:j);U'S3 Furtwccs. This secret is pound i;i the o.sti.-s - iho parts of a furnace that count VI lll.01 lilt? 1 I.1IU J1IW 9ia.llu. 1 'I? V U.t, Vl3lli:i tiiu Ufl- usually heuvy, thick and artfully titled Mid ft-ii-shod, a.i.l when once heated they retain heat longer ilinii most fiirrmics, thereby saving fml and throwing oft a greater and n.oro ui.i urm heat. Momm-r, the heavy Cuhill castings will withstand w.iif inner than castings less sturdily made, which m.-ans U-ss replacii. ut j.:u is requi.ej 1.1 a Cahjil l'uru ace than in ordinary tuma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 7 May 1920

111 , II ; I DEATH RATTLE OF DtblUUlt SEEKING HELItf IN JERUSALEM CALOMEL IN SOUTH Dodson la Destroying Sal. of Danger out Drug lth His "Llvsr Ton." Tou're bilious, sluggish, consttpatod tod bellev. you Ueett vilo. tluugetoui calomel to start your liver oud clouo your bowels. Hero's Hudson's gunrsnteel Aik you druggist for bottle of liodaon's I.lvw Tone ami take spoonful tonight. II II doesn't siart your liver and straight en you right up better limn calomel mid without griping nr Making you uU 1 waut yuu to 1:0 buck to the store and gi't your money. Take calomel today ami tomorrtxv you will fool weak unit alck Mild liuu catcl. lion'! loae n day's work. Tak spoonful of harmless, vtgotnhl InmKoii's Liver Tone tonight find uuke up (h line great. It's perfectly harm less. alio It In your children any time. It can't aallvaie iui let them rut anything sftrrwanla. Adv. Plsnty of Ooat Milk In Cermsny. Tin1 mil)' llfin of III Hiixli In ii,.r luuliy which Im-rcnm-il during 'he war Is goals! ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 7 May 1920

THZ CWTTEWDm PREW. MAJUOK. KENTUCKY NAME "BAYER" ON 1 Si 1 Little Perfections of Finish GENUINE ASPIRIN Another Royal Suggestion COOKIES and SMALL CAKES ' From the New Royal Cook Book Take tablets only as told In each 'Bayer" package. WHEN the children romp in hungry as young bean, here are tome wholesome, economical de lights that will not only be received with glee, but will satisfy the most ravenous appetite in a most whole some manner. Cookies cup ihoruouig iia auaar 1 h cup mliH I UK. t laaapoon gratad ntitnwe i tvaiaun vanilla itmrl Of iraLj rind of I laroon 4 nia flour I tcaiixKina Royal Caking I'owdcr Cream shortening and sugar together; add milk to beaten eggs and beat attain; add slowly to creamed shorten ing and sugar; add nutmeg; and flavoring; add I cups flour sifted with baking pow der; add enough more flour to make stiff dough. Roll out very thin on floured board; cut with cookie cutter, sprin kle with sugar, or put a raisin or a piece of Engliih walnut in the center ...

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. — 7 May 1920

V tV b. A .ej). A A A-AA A A .a. afcL AfcjftfcjfcjW i Monday, May 10th One SPECIAL PRICES : Local News t ? Day Only, at f a i i Go to church and eat your din ner at Glvens. Mlu Katie Yandell spent the first of the week In Louisville. ? I I X Plow Shoes. Monday only, $2.25 Good Every day straw hats for men or boys, only 25c X Men's socks, Monday only, two pair for Men's athletic day only, for A good colored border 25c union suits, this $1.00 Heaviest cheviot skirting, 7t) 35c 9x12 grass drugget, only $10.00' 3 by 6 grass drugget only $2.50 Matting, Monday only in two grades at 45 and 55c per yd. Linoleum at 95c per sq. yd. curtain scrim, Monday only, per yd. 28c ? ? ? ? Y ? ? ? Y Mr. A. L. town Tuesday ville. Easier passed thru enroute to Evans- If you know bargains it will pay you to give us a call. Search the town over and you could find no better values. Transact your busi- X ness where facilities are best, qualities high, goods are many and prices are right. 5 1 As sure as you ar...

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. — 7 May 1920

? ? t t t ? T t f Y Y ? i Y Y Y y y t ? t i AM 1 5 ri ' -.1 !. Providence Loose Leaf Warehouse Still Open Last Monday we sold 15,000 pounds of tobacco at an average of 1 3c per pound and had five buyers on the floor. We are going to keep our warehouse open until we notify you otherwise, and want to say that if you want a square deal send your tobacco to us. We will make every effort to get the top dollar out of your crop and make you a satisfied patron. There is lots of tobaoco in the barns yet. Bring it here and let us sell it for you. PROVIDENCE LOOSE LEAF WAREHOUSE Providence, Ky. ? T Y ? T Y A T ? ? ? I The Whole Secret of A Better Tire Simply a Matter of the Maker's Policies This you will realize once you try a Brunswick that a super-tire is possible only when the name certifies that the maker is follow ing the highest standards. For tire making is chiefly a mat ter of standards and policies -cost plus care. Any maker can build a good tire if he cares to pay per fection's price...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 7 May 1920

Supplement to The Crittenden Press, Marion, Ky., May 7, 1921 OB1TVARY Walter Hughey Wlgglnton wu born November 7, 1873 and died April 25, 1920 at the ace of 46 year Ave months and twelve day. He was married to Flora Scott May 29, , To this union were born Ave children, throe boya and two girls. Victor, l.iMiru, Vera, Arthur and James all IIvIiik. He professed faith In Christ while young and united with the Cumberland Pres byterian Church at Flat Hock and was elected elder and ao remained until death. He died In Kvansvllle Indiana after an operation. The funeral wur conducted by Kev. W. T. (ink ley at the fumlly residence In the presence of a very large num ber of friends, Walter numbered hla friends by the acnre and no man wai more appreciated than be. He li-uvra to mourn their loaa a wife, four children, three grand children, n mother, two sisters, three broth er and a boat of relatives and friends. Ho waa a grand son of I'ni'ln Duck (ireen, that wonderful rhnrarter that ao many pe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 7 May 1920

Supplement to The Crittenden Press, Marion, Ky., May 7, 1920 LEVIASL Mesdamea Mary and Dean Frank lin, Line Davidson and Antunia Price spent Saturday the guests of Mrs. Lawaon Franklin. Miss Naoma Norria was In Levla shopping Saturday. j Mr. Luclan 1-aRue. wife and daughter, Mra. Fleta Hurlty of Sherldun were guests of relative I here last Friduy . J MIrs Salllo Kullenger van out' taking the school cenHus Thursday, j Homer Settles and family were' the week end guests of hit) parents Mr. and Mra. J. 1,. Settle. . Mrs. Eddie Kelt and daughter,! Knimu drove over from their home near Pleasant drove last Saturday! and were accompanied home by .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aldridge. PINEY FORK i MIhs Knitrm lloswrll spent the ; week end the guest of Mis Susie Ethrldge. Miss (Vb and Cenqva Andrews and Lillian Tackwell went to Kre- rtonlu one day last week. day last week the guest of Mrs. Km ma Ilanihv. Mr. C. II. Collins was In Ma rion one day last week on bUHinen. Rev. C. T. Iloucber went lo ilelle ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 14 May 1920

IT Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, May 14, 1920. Number 42 fetlktl X IL V 1 r It Isn't What You Make It's What You Save ! THREE PER CENT interest a year on savings ac counts is not a "tfet-rich-quick" method, but it is CON SIDERABLE because of the security offered at the Ma rion Rank, that is completing a new home for its depos itors, and find every facility to assist them in the accumulation of a competency. Resides the 3,; interest we pay your taxes on money left with us. We provide ample protection in the way of INSURANCE and burglar proof vaults and safes. Government Ronds left with us by our customers are fully insured against burglary. Can you beat it? MARION BANK MARION, KENTUCKY. ERNST ENTERS SENATE RACE CANDIDATE NOTED FOI EXTENSIVE CHARITY WORK INCREASE SHOWN i ASK ,,AI 1 MRS. W. I). JAMES IN VALUES The Marion Red Sox went to I'a- DIES SUDDENLY ducah Saturday and played the l'a- 1920 figure Murr than Double Thoe Of Ten Year ago Taxes being subject f...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 14 May 1920

ST" -S Mail THE CKITTENLEN PRESS, MASION, KENTUCKY.. J f t r 4 I i . i v.. ) 1 n GET READY FOR "FLU" Keep Your Liver Active, Yow 8yitem Purified and Free From Colds by Taking Calotabs, the Nausealess Calomel Tablets, that are De lightful, Safe and Sure. Physicians and Pruggiats ar tJvif tug their friends to koep thsir systems purified and their organs iu perfect working order as a protection against tli return of influenza. They know that a clogged up system and a lazy liver favor colds, influenza and serious complications. To cut short a cold overnight and to prevent serious complications take ona Calotab at bedtime rath a swallow of irater that's all. No salts, no nausea, bo griping, no sickening after effects. Hext morning your cola has vanished, your liver is active, your system is puri fied and refreshed and you are feeling fins with a hearty appetite for break fast. Eat what you please no danger. Calotabs are soli only in original sealed packages, price thirty-five cents. Ever...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 14 May 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY r Incomplete Dlagnotie. i Jack, aged three, went to ip ktl' new little coasln. Wheo he cume home mi niotner inked him how the Imby was Olid what It was. lie replied: "Oh, mother, they got nice little Uel lie, hut I enn't tell you W,ut It In, be cause blie dldu't have any hair yet." Fameu Russian Crown. Probably the most valuable und In. reatlng of all tlie ItuxNlitn crowns was the one made In 17tli! for Cather ine II by lluuzle, a celebrated Jeweler of the liny. Since the tliiu of Cath erine this crown Iota been used ut the coronation of all thu ruler of Ituttsla. Concluding the Ceremony. The Justice f tho IVuce Do yon take this woman to bo your lawful wedded wife The Itrtdcgrooin I do. The JiiMtlce Then I pronounce yon man Hiid wife. And remember you asked me to du this. Don't over blame tne. Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured t y luml aill illom aa lhay rami"! rt-ach the dlaaaail (sirtton of tha ear. There li only on way lo cur Catarrhal Iwaf...

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