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  • The map gone!" and he seized the candle from Bud's hand, and, holding it so that its light illuminated the whole bunk, stared wildly down on the rumpled surface of the rude bedtick, which now, the blankets having been thrown off, showed its entire surface to the light of the candle. The Cave of Gold A Tale of California in '49
  • Lak a feddah f'om a bedtick w'en de win 'commence to blow. The Complete Poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • There were a hundred or so of Susquehanna raftsmen, grouped about in the ticket office, in every, conceivable position, and dressed in all kinds of inconceivable fashions, the favourite style appearing to be a slouched hat, rough flannel shirt of gorgeous pattern, and bedtick trousers, tucked into high boots. A Run by Rail from Washington to St. Louis
  • You say Martin's in jail for stealing?" he asked, gripping the corn-husk bedtick with tense, nervous fingers, "and not in connection with the killing of Suggs? Viola Gwyn
  • He held the candle over the bunk and his eyes swiftly searched every inch of the surface of the bedtick. The Cave of Gold A Tale of California in '49
  • On the unwashed floor a heap of straw covered with dirty bedtick for a bed; a foul-smelling slop-pail in the middle of the room; a crazy stove, and back of it a door or gap opening upon darkness. Children of the Tenements
  • The remains of a bedtick moldered on the slats, its grass stuffing given over to the nests of the birds and rodents. Burned Bridges
  • We bought an old bedtick and stuffed it with corn husks, then a pair of back-number bed-springs, which we put on the floor of the cabin. Boy Scouts in Mexico; or on Guard with Uncle Sam
  • She will leave a square meal especially ordered for her, and gotten up by an imported chef, to fill her measly hide full of straw from a boarding-house bedtick, if she can only steal it. The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 1.
  • And a pair of striped bedtick pants, my Sally made for me Arrival of the Greenhorn
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