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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 22 June 1906

1 I 1 T mmmmmKmmammm CHILD S AWFUL SKIN HUMOQ r - . . , ' . I 1 C "1 f ft IRESTIHG LETTER TEN BYANOTABLEWOMAM trnh ReHoM of Denver. Color ar of the Womui'i Uellef Oorpe, f TUank to Mr Plnkuaui. The following" lettcrwifcwritlcu by MM. hruoyir. of lO-'H Lincoln Ave.. If our, Col., to Mm. Pink liam.I.ynn.Muaa I Lirur Mm nnkiiaiii: " Vttr II r yon I aaa troubled with a tumor, whk'b kei Jarotiflvlt'gS ri.aiiig.cau.ii.ii. Jr j r(m tlfliJT end fernta! .Irptiaak-in. 1 Uliahl VI at .., li.ua work. ixl life ln bur- ,J i i..n.iiBii.i !) i" ii r ban, iwt.t. my "irk' ' ell juil.i ! brr I" think ' " "I" """ iri ili.tr.-M I tiled every n-r.ir.lv which a.U aimH I- t enr " " "4 a :, f Uif vlw.f l-'li K. I'lnkliaiii' al l-I iiiikuihI to k wnnen ii.vi.lnl W II a trial. I frit audiaiairaiMl that I jt I of rrv. il when ' lven IrfttiT. flT Ui I k. ti'MC tt ( in. mil Mtiarv rrlirf : hut t ii. V ,,i.ii I f.iift 0t I kept gaining, Ul.- tullHif Mr!WNt III lW ( ni." iiii l itiiitinu.l to liulM ni my al h.nh a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 22 June 1906

LOCAL NEWS Lo'a. We had a nice rain on Monday. Mi-s Stella licit is c,n the sick list. Miss Carrie Sisoo is on the sick list. Mr. Vernon Maleom was in town Sunday. Mr Elbert I'anicl tiou'lit twenty one dozer, tp'irs in town this week. Mr. Ceorco Panic! brought sixteen dozen vyzzi in I.ola this week. We had a I. ice time last Sunday, il leintf Tile Children's Day. Mrs. Cn.ft has a bi, t'iil ;.t l. r house. Mrs. Johns. n ha a l-iir irirl at her hou.-e. Mr. Clyd Tym-rand Mr. Marion was in to n Suii.'.i y. Mr. tieorKe Fisher a' .! 'ii'. eo ii !;.: a it.j ti if. to V. m: Cy l!.-lt a .1 ..:.- w.t.t to So!:' Sirir.jr Iat w ',,. Miss Stella i;.-it ami Mi M.:i. .... i" p.ir, to scho..! ;.: I...;s tt :s week. Tolu. There are a small rise in ti e r.vtr w hich enables the rep-alar packets to continue miv ijration. Some sirknest in this community. Miss. Eva Clement, ilatiirhicr tf I'r. I. H. Clement, is rf ported ripht sick. Mrs. John Franklin is better. There is a few .eu.e in T' In. that would...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 June 1906

i t. i. tlx i MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., JUNE 29, 1906. NUMBER 51 OSE AND DIG." worked out. He Mid therefore that the ownership of coal lands by rail roads, for feul purposes at leant, wa Justifiable anil that it waa a neceaiity that would have to be reckoned withi.i framing any law on the subject Reside the coal and oil report that the president and the neit Congress will have on their hand, there will be also the question of what shall I done with or to the Standard Oil Company. ft.. ....).. .f m (.kl.intil ISiasit ill IT ! toward the end of this week w aa devot ed to the consideration of this urobleiu. It has It-en known for a long time that the Department of Justice had been taking steps in view of Commissioner Garfield's oil report looking to the prosecution of the Standard under the Elk ma law or the Shermah law or both. It was generally expected when Ibe cabinet meeting was over that the At torney lencral woul have some state- j merit to make on th subject of the a eicie...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 June 1906

The Crittenden Record n ni.isiir.D weeklt. MA1UON. : KENTUCKY. Fairbanks. Alaska, baa teen d ttroyel by lira. It must be of different mold from IU prototype or It would have Just melted. It svsrythlnt; la being Inipeoted which la aald to need Inspection, tat world will evidently aooa consist chiefly of Inspectora. President Goreipkyn would be will Inf to bar a committee on rulea U be could only overcome the oppoattloa) of the committee -on bomba. The aauiage department! o the packing house aay that they don't vblect to facta, but that they do most strenuously object to being barked at With King Alfonso cabling his con gratulations to President Pilma on his re-election, Weyler Just feels like go ing around the barn and kicking him self. Fifteen Wllkesbarre mine workers risked their lives to save a cow from a cave In. All honor to them. Their action In this case will be valuable to them as a passport at the gate of Eternity. Oen. Noel will visit 8L Petersburg for the purpose of testif...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 June 1906

!e Information. has one chance in Ufa Je point of succoss, and j U ofTcrud In Minaourl, Louisiana, the throe aral and timber states, a bo purchased at from jr acre each year, In cot sutfar cane, fruit and Tho ruturns from alfalfa is district have proven six crops each year or ere at $13 per ton on local iat is claimed. All that la for the humeseeker or ok over the situation per tho country speaks for i tho first and third Tues month homescekers' tick id at rate of one fare plus iiiiJ trip. Four daily trains lis. Free reclining chair ami we will furnish free literature and further In-rt-KurJinif our wonderful X C. Townhknd. irnKT and Tkket Agent, ? Iruii Mountain Houte, ', St. Louis, Mo. cAMBOATS. ; Paducah sod Cairo Line. S. Hopkins, Joe Fowler and I I 'uk Fowlrr. I TIME C ARD. Ik'i SufeUiM .... tOKsa !) " " ! " loa " " ta)aa " p " " s) 6a I ( CuIrH gj . . a , U' I muW U ail awiaia. 'aaaararat jrrtka aa.ar.lla4. tut furtaar M S 10 B Wilbura. fards T-la. la, a to A. A. 1 A, l kliKxkr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 June 1906

- " . I IT IS UNIVERSALLY KNOWN THAT THIS IS TH Safest Place to Spend Your Money! j SAM HQWERTON'S, Kelsey, Kj W C do not ask you to come to our store to get favors of any kind, but to (jet corrc. W goods at Cash Prices, backed up by our word which is our bond. All our iio.no $ 1 2.50 Men's Suits are now $7.50 and $9.50. All our Prints are 5c. A full line of Wash and Wo Dress Goods right up to the minute, all the shades. Hue Laces, Band Trimmings, Embroidcric etc. Staple Goods of all kinds at very low prices. A big Stock of the newest and best brands. Footwear. If you come here you must go away satisfied; we will not allow it am otlu r w We thank you for the many thousands bought from us, and ask for millions more. We claim oir miqic ui an me pi uspmry. . Yours truly, Kelsey, Ky. SAM HOWERTON. . ! - . 1 n- ik. n .l. i I Zbt Crittenden Record. ISSUED WEXLV. 0 CEO. M. CRIDER. Editor and Publuh.r. ' - . - your teautiful encomium in Thi: f hit SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR MJt YEAR. lTKSI,tN ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 June 1906

CHAS. B. HINA. F. G. COX. R Change in Hardware Business II 59 HINA & COX Succesors to Hina Hardware Co. WILL continue business in the old stand opposite the Court House. We call your attention to the American Field Pence, Delker's Pamous Two-in-One Buggies, Genuine Ames Line of Vehicles, all kinds of heavy and shelf Hardware, Hammer Brand and Green Seal Paints. Also just received a new line of Builders' Hardware, fancy and plain. Give us a call. OUR GOODS ARE RIGHT! OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT! WE ARE RIGHT! II LITTLE RECORDS. 5 w F. W. Nunn. ilcnttat. Jenkin building W. B Wiltxirn, of Ford Ferry, wa in f,.n V ifil.v S'ji.n, Dentit. I IM.vi l!r..r..rv nt I iL'i-kl.tilirir ra i . .11 it.. : .'"" - err I . .."-, . (n ti)wn u MiUy 1 J """" ,,f Klw,' M ,n th : ,r. Vernon Matlock, of Salem, wa. Tj-IV- ,n town Tuesday, j,-, Mae.;r..er. of Stunt... .n, Sllmmrmll, ,,, M, i,-,iy tlx wk. j Anni ,,,!,,, ( Mil(ni rrr i U. uy tin" best meal from J. W. Oiv. fl,y popping Tuesday. 4 "" i Gillert A Son...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 June 1906

Professional and Business Directory Professional and Business Hen Who Deserve Your Patronage. Don'ts for the Fourth Ilina Hardware Co. Everything in Hardware 1 SOLE AGENTS FOR American Field Fence The Cash Store. THE LOUISVILLE Bargain Store Clothing, Gents' Furnishing , Goods and Shoes FULL LINE OF TRUNKS I Salem SL L Berlin, Prop. Dr. M. Ravdin Practice Limited to Diseases Selects of the Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Suits IS and 17 Arcade Bulldinfl. Classes Pitted. CVANSVILLC . . INDIANA Harris & Shopbell ARCHITECTS ' Plans prepared for both public and private buildings. Correspondence solicited. Cvansvlllc, Indians. HETZ & SEDBERRY, Barbers. Three mairs, Both Room i Hot or Cold Bath. R. L. MOORE Attorn ey-ot-Low Ofnce:Room 10, 2d Floor r PostofFice Bldg. CHAMPION & CHAMPION Will do a courts. Prompt collections. Marlon, LAWYERS general practice in all attention given to Kentucky F. W. NUNN Dentist Office Rooms 2 and 4 Jenkins Building. MARION, KY CARL HENDERSON Attorney...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 June 1906

AIL PE-RU-NA. I A Cutqf ACH CATARRH. Jery O'llrlrn, S Myrtla xikhn, N. Y.. writee: a lundm In fit wttki rh vt I he Humtcb, after f f,.r f"iir year nd doctor-oniir(Ti-t la common with jtcful in- lio have been l.v tour discovery, I say, fo I'rrunt." f, Ilmnrinan, Oakland, Neb., d liefiire writing tnyoutboul tax, catarrh f( tht stomach, l ovrr a yrar affix, wrr people who tilJ Hi It 4 Slav riirnl, l.ut I m sura I cured, fur I do tint feel any tffocta, hav a guixi eppclil itnuir fat on, and will u; to all, I foul. ik T"" '"' Tour kindness, vlHb our bout medklo r I of Dip id-.rtach U alsoknnsva wi parlance as dvsprpsia. yes t imliirratioM. tiiedirtn 1 nv peinianenl benefit ricept II. e catarrh. T A, Oral Took, hi n M Smsll. A.toria. Or., ,-l'iiriii(f the hot weather of emmnrr I li.t tnr ei'lwtlte. I Vii. n.l found It pleasant to BlrU'lid pi t.rr and a (i Ml 9DD nAPPESINOS. tcrstchlng his dom with lha loaded rtTolTrr a man la Xldentally pulled th trtr I (I tht tip of th bnM. I midst of aa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 June 1906

I fir A I NFWC i The Continued Story LUlsilL llLllJ , of Current Events Fredonia and Kelsey. Mrs. Tom Johnson and her daughters, Misses Florence and Sallie, of Mt. Vernon, Ills., have Wen visiting rela tives here for several days. Walter Brinkley died Sunday and was buried at New Bethel Monday morning. Funeral services ly Rev. M. E. Miller. Several from town and vicinity went to Children's Day services at Crayne ville Sunday. , W. D. Johnson went to Marion a few days since. Rev. M. E. Miller preached a splen did sermon Sunday. Everything to wear at Sam Hower ton's. f Z. J. Crider returned to Marion Sunday evening. Lightning killed twenty sheep fur J. E. Crider and burned up a wheat shock for Jthn Ray last Sunday and the wind Ungled corn considerably and brok off some peach trees, etc S. C. Btnnctt attended the funeral Monday. White India linons, Tertian lawns. Tans muslins. Wash chiffons and all new up to date Mercerized white goods, white linons in all grades. All the new trimmings...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 July 1906

The mutt 3B emftL EBEEE MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY JULY 6, 1906. IE 2. NUMBER 52 IS REST : t ress that Has Made I History. i Will Welcome the lhange a Bhance at Out ol : Duur Life. rtoti, July II -Congress and lent are taking leave of each I much better frame of mind J have been expected from jtmg Unt year. There ha pf lu-t of strong personalities i.li-K have won their jMint 4n degree while the public on I In" U-eU the gainer. The t ha managed to forcr through iiti that he Micved M jid thst there wm cnau ('otigresa would stand. He red the tmaatcrhip from a f federal patronae and more than other president Ki to do to antagonize the J member who l.ioked on Ire a the lust retnnatit of the piearing currency with which tlilicai delitit. forced through the rate hill, i there may he mrr.p features assure that could te improved tli will he improved in time, !y in advance of no legislation kd that wa what wa looked rtrught before congress met. Alcohol Hill ha gone through. to help the far...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 July 1906

.i t ' ,, .. ,. . 1 .' i I J iji) 1 1 . i iiii ; p . ; ,!v it' :i,hi . : . I , . ... A PROUD MOTHER. atea. Joh D. Rockefeller, Jr., aa4 Her Sob, the Hlvhest at Bablea. Tlit-re was Ktval delight in tlio Kook fcllor fuinliy when n son was doru to Mr. ami Mrs. John I. UmkeMlor, Jr.. to Ix'i'r the name Mid inherit the mil lions of the Htumluiil Oil money kluit. Toe senior Rockefeller ban several franuYlilldreu, but the lufuut born lu Naw York city a few days ago Is the oly grandson who has Inherited the Rockefeller surname. John I. Itoeke feller, jr., Is the only son of the fa mous billionaire. He married In 1001 Miss Abide Green Aldrleh, daughter of Senator Nelson W. Aldrkh of Hhode Island, and the new baby therefore has for one grandfather a I'nlted States seuator and for another the tidiest man in the world. lie Is pro- : i .., j MAJOR GENERAL WOOD. Rapid Rlif la Ik A Brava Recerd. Major Oenernl I.eoimnl Wood, who has lieen criticised on neoouut of the attack tiion the Moron lu the b...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 July 1906

Sam and Powder Trusl 3 li tulk t Washington it blowing up tin" powdei i. At any rate, the bill UlllIlT Consideration III I mill have anuie such effiil (rnartt-l lulo li. It bn I uu tb floor of th bousi itatlves that the govern tb power of t trust, M nlug It upljr of powdei 4, idiI tli lit In case of l d not get enough iowdl ged canijialgn, M I lie plnutl teuc would not b able tc It bm lieeu argued thai Dfnt should have a powdil own, and till I cooteni tils which bev been Intro Tetary Tft of tb wr d aa notified congree. bow be would Dot ootinael tbl of the got eminent ll nufacture to euch n eiten I from business tb plauti character now engaged ! line. tullon commonly called tbt net l tin company kuowr 10 Punt do Nemoura k Co t plant I In lelawar. bu' low other plauta In varloui )S rcaatry. Tb hiainry ol By date back to tha begin I nineteenth century, and tlx 'amlly ha bad a prominent i ilefena of th nation. Tbt bsv burn themselves gsl lb fUIitlng. aud they ban ewder to tba government...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 July 1906

, r 3iu" "m'mK. ; TJari. jk ' " V i 1 - y -! , at -I- I 0 i t On Crittenden Record.! ISSUED WEELY. CEO. M. CRIDER, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. AMONG THE CHURCHES. Entered as scccxu-Um imlter July lb. Isw, at th postofflc at Marion. Ky.. under Act of Con- i of March S, 1879. FRIDAY. JULY 6, 1900.. MINING SHARPS AND FLATS. The Golconda Fluor-Spar Company have just installed a magnificent min ing and separating plant on their Ken tucky lands nearly opposite Golconda. This powerful organization of Louis ville capitalists are determined to have a proper proportion of the valuable fluor-spar trade of the United ie ana win spare no pains or expense in producing the cleanest, highest grade product mined near the Ohio river. Naturally the difference in freight rates between the Illinois Central's two parallel tracks will in itself make a splendid profit. ooo- The Illinois Central's freight agent eem to think that three hundred miles haul on the Illinois side of th...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 July 1906

'I S. B. HINA. F. G. COX r !' -; .' i . i: -.r, hie r,. r V, e. V. ANA & COX Succes(s to Hina Hardware Co. ILL continue business in thed stand opposite the Court House. We call your attention to flic American Field Penc'elker's famous Two-in-One Buggies, Genuine Ames Line of licles, all kinds of heavy and elf Hardware, Hammer Brand and Green Seal Paints. Also just jived a new line of Builders' jrdware, fancy and plain. Give us a call. OUR GOODS ARE SHT! OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT! WE ARE RIGHT! I RECORDS. DrntirL , Ilaynr k Taylor's, i spent the Fourth in went U Nashville Wed- Was in Nashville the I the Iwst bread, frenh read. all-ruinjr LmJ, Joodkie w h has hern ro wrrka. In II rr.rtjj of ."viulh Carrollton. dhrre nrit week to I relatives, Mra tloodlor. ry and Rev. J. s. f Mounds III, in v tvit ir.fr I week. ary. "n of Henry Flan Ja, Trnn.. ii theruealof t People har junt com concrete ement on the their ljildmg, occupied annan. M)rn ia n thr pk Imt CilU rt, i.f thr country, i tlonl, ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 July 1906

; -I.- .' Holes Wonted! The Philippine Constabulary vv uuus ot Jtw r 11 K. WOODS 'I l n '1 I '. I Hi: if Mi I'.i v. i. I --,- i 1 1 t. i 5 fir. Nr. Charlie Lane Will be in Marion next Monday, July 9th, and in Hampton, Ky., Tuesday, I Oth, to buy mules. He wants them from 5 to 5 years old and 1 5 to 16 hands high. He Will Beat Ordway & Guess' Stable MARION, KY. Korwef Ian Mae a. Prof. Hanateen, of the agricultural nehool at Aa, Norway, flnde (hat greenl-mhlt tnou common la that ooumrr ran bt converted into dellcloua ad autrltloui food by being eubjected to chemical procaea, compreaaed and cooked. He aaya that nine ounce of bom. matin; two won, will wake a rod dinner for all person which ta vldenre that bla xeal out runt bla dta cretlon. Inasmuch a an ounce and a half of food It not enough to make a aubitartlal meal for normal man or womin. locuau In Algeria, Locutt are devaitatlng aonthera Algeria. The awarma are o great aa llraoet to defy Imagination. It la not enay to concelre ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 July 1906

i IS UNIVERSALLY KNOWN THAT THIS IS THE Safes! j Place to Spend Your Money! AM HOWERTON9S9 Kelsey, Ky. 7E (Jo not ask you Income to our store to get favors of any kind, but to get correct goods at Cash Price; backed up by our word which is our "bond. All our $10.00 and 2.50 Men's Suits are no7.50 and $9.50. All our Prints are 5c. A full line of Wash and Wool :ss Goods right up to thapinutc, all the shades. Pine Laces, Band Trimmings, Embroideries, :. Staple Goods of all kids at very low prices. A big Stock of the newest and best brands of Dtwear. If you come hee! you must go away satisfied; we will not allow it any other way. l thank you for the maivjthousands bought from us, and ask for millions more. We claim our jre of all the prosperity. lelsey, Ky. Yours truly, sun HOWERTON. mm 1y t I I time A .till 3l the Early Church ad Their Influence liter lean fir. hii a. m might appreciate Would give )u brief of ttir pioneer aettl.n rnden county, in h. Ih family Cousl.tilig (,f A millrr. ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 6 July 1906

J J ,v ' 1 s i I t i i i . : i i . i, r- 1 ! 'i t n I' ) ! - - r til i : r ! 4 f ;i I , i PI ' J 1' . I i I 1 I Of Al MFUK The Continued Storv LUbilL llLllJ of Current Events Fredonia and Kelsey. tors. Jack Wheeler died Monday at 2 p. m. and was buried at Piney fork Tuesday. Oacar Dalton, of Good Spring, was shopping in Kelsey Tuesday. A great many people have never learned to let well enough alone. F. M. McEIroy and C. W. Jackson, of New Rethel, were shopping in Kel sey Tuesday. Mrs. R. ft. Glenn, of Lyon county, is severely alllicted with neuralgia. A great many talk of going to heur Bob Taylor at Kddyville July 21st. The biggest and best stock of shoes at Sam Howerton's. W. D. ftlue, of White Sulphur, was in town Monday. Miss Lennis Tnck, of Louisville, i visiting her aunt, Mrs, Sam Howerton, and other relatives in Kelsey. Cr. C. M. Rorer, of Crayneville, was in town Wednesday. Men's all-wool suits reduced from $10 to $7.5il. Sam Howerton. Several crops of wheat have been sold in...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 13 July 1906

A;: 31:- -r-. Experiences of Wesley Stope Br KENNCTT HARRIS ' chawin' on ' the Hla Blttr Re The pretty' Rir wit ta the f tihurn oair nun refused i,ira. i I nitver drramd. Mr. Sniy1"1 he MM, "that ylir Htl.iuios I" were anytUitm more ttiun those ' friend.' "Oh, you didn't! " growled tli1 yol,n man. "Vou tiKincM 1 1 h...a r""1' "What wus she sample, for, Rufe!" asked Newt Rob-j ln ,1Br regularly once a wuek 'llirl'"- Ina aa fia wnoinn arho hail been "iliiln tllp IuhI six nilllitliM ,r..i. fur I'1' bar tradla' " depurted with her bun dle. , "To 6 If the dye 'ud ruu," replied the storekeeper. "Some of m always does that They'll stund alongside 0' the counter an' chew on turkey red an' gingham an' calico for the best part of n aft moon aa fast a I ran snip off samples. It make my jaws arhe1 1 look at 'em. filie only chewed on nit pieces before she got a piece to stilt Her." "Hhe'a hard to please," observed Marvin ('arsons. "MiMt wotmtn am," mid Hoi nee, with a Unite of bitterness. "I don...

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