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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 7 August 1919
y j. V. V lor v. v. . a v . r . . m IfUtJ ft 1 . 5 a . ft 'A 1 - Number 6. ' I Mil .THKUH.YUM. liking of mI thi 11 1M Wn .ot overlook the fact that ft now is -j. iiiisi-l lilt I litfiin "reniiiit.f the days by when it van the pride of earn in Kvstern Kt'titufkv IH a ga).,- with Marion i 4 , uasehal is a healthy sitort e boosted v any oinmunifv r. the peoplii.f Marion tdiouli ;ourage tlujK.yH by their pre if hi me Kii'H. .olonel u-'Kick is instnllimr fkodern erosfcig over the ditch the post oil. 11,,.-. hi h.'tsi iterial ciioui left over to iet iittle pile 4 it ,v the old Imulaaauit" li I... .1 i i -..v, .,. , railroad ) Belleville sik't. It would be r. l :.i . I .. . ... s kuou iui-u 10 jve u little pile ftf material tint so that strun feers passing trough Marion would ut least Jnk that u new bridge was ptu(. feed, n,W 'feed at Wheelers it Som" I L . i 1 f. t ranlr.lv '.. . V T iniil-lilli.r C . " . ... .L .1 i lit FISCAL COURT HOLDS SESSION A Bridge to be Built Over i rade water Ki...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 7 August 1919
w "l . s - ' ? . . i . 4 m-' S"," - r. mM" : ; it:: y.oTuNA'S POPULARIK; v. 5,Vta UN Tnli INlKKASli IlODGE worker POPULAR PATROLMAN yjiy Ik?1 .AS. Thy. V -4 I I-' 'I "J 1 , r.i' A' r IV H Al F-1 0,ume 42- l fc JL L .. a.. II., .1. IW1 ,'ril"'H.h with :.7V FIT K ma"' several a 'olume 42. - : III .ier. t M. I -n IS I Uei'tif! visiliiiK her vrraiulpui-fiits. Mr. and Mrs. J. . ( louver near New . ; Sulvm tliia week, tin" rt.. Miss (Vo Katun of. Memphis ! cami' Saturtlay afternoon for a two weeks visit to her parents Kev. and Mrs. K. M. Ktaon. Mrs. S. M. Jenkins has as lier quests this week Mrs. Will Tnmi baiiKh, Kddyville, and Miss Mil- Mred Smith of Atlanta, (ia. Mr. and Mrs. Galen Dixon of Tolu spent the latter part of last W-t i,. il ; .weeK in .Marion with Mis. Dix- l ' :eerai (it Week. last Ids .1(1 a Lig naterial to J. It lrnt to sell your farm I A-lt. the real esh.i.J Hp can .sell it without pnryt' Thomas of I'l-ovi-' N'elle C in cr si.ht '.with h.-r msi.t Mrs Y" West Kim street ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 7 August 1919
- - . . , r ' r t mi in '. - L .fcil '(Al . 4 A. Ir y f 1 . STRAND THEATRE W A IN LSd2 mm , w v a - ; L Ctters called i Some ;.i-,f, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15th, Vivian Martin in ' The Fair Barbarian" The story deals with an American Kill who visits a small En glish town-witlrthe soothing effect of a small sized cyclone. How she wins over the crusty English spinster aunt with whom she lives, and manages to bring, not only her own romance, but those of several others, to a successful climax, makes an exceptionally attractive screen story. Your Red Is Still Busy. A BIG EXCITEMENT READ WHAT YOUR DOLLAR IS DOING When the people found out tended, church at Government Sunday. W. D. Tudor and Hennio Hub bard were, in Providence Tues day. Mrs. Victora Fox i contined to her room with rheumatism. STRAND THEA' Ut home IS per cent SATURDAY, AUGUST 16th, Douglas Fairbanks in "Headin' South" Fairbanks is an expert horseman, and his ri. ling scenes at the head of 200 cowboys are intended to thrill the mos...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 15 August 1919
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 15 August 1919
V'. . ( XHJ CRITTENDEN PRESS - - . r into ...Marion. Ky.. auk. 10. ! V - Some four, ? . nTi I tended, church A Blli EXCITEMENT W F and W. P. HOGARP. Editor. nd Publishers. "TTr., .nnd-class matter Feb ru-T 9th. 1878. . ttf2 Marion. Kentucky. u .u Congress of March 3rd. If... ITrRIPTlON RATES $1.50 per year cash in advance. and members of former Insti tutes. ..,. . 1 m 1 ga 4. That we express w uu. . Fq ct,Ptor. C. W. Kicnarus, , , . , , . ; iirKH in r JZZ Z: Secoftd ufcHURCHES nna neium. . . i practical and forceful addres.es , .v,JL i . . .uti.ni in iiiiii(iuaB.ijnT r wafiaaaaawB and tnat we r.io... iimai best wishes for his conuiu., Help party Uring 111. ' . k;.. ..h.w.ni in ui . - 4 ........ r-r success in ii" i liJRher tiSieeni A",,,uft -VFIUan wiirk. 'run' I'onnlP. I" 5. That we favor the passage, at an early uaxe V"' . . , , nf ,,,,, the of the United Mates o u.c Aiwaicwm - Ol 111 . .. . i:n . . i .1... .i.iiiitv nr Smith-Towner Educational i.m ; closest eiecuu.. 5 -.provide f...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 22 August 1919
U,vj '.,- AC ".: i i i i r . Aug. 22, 1919. Number 4. .if-."!, 'S 4 H " $H i II IUme ' Mil il.J.'W II.- ,VTVV It t iwnn A VI - - ' XT 11, I '.l.-lii l I .-a-w. . ar 'II kill EDUCATIONAL WEEK UK COUNTHY or battle; JTics Their Kxperi- Would Make Hut fhey Dun't Like To Talk. Kentucky is engaged in a great campaign to wipe out illiteracy, a campaign which in led by the teachers and supported ly every riitht thinkinir. natriotic citizen of the k uriiii '"ui uuys arwi nights without I . . un i i i iV I VKImti v .. .... anvthinir t., ..... ii " ,.ul tate. W hile redeeming our adult illiterates we must also 1 NTL HILK I "l l J 'W H f " ti'" ! see to it thrt our children are kept in school and thus pre- blVKRSKAS huZXiH t ""Ti vent illiterates from coming on in the future. The noble JWj9 nZm! U'e lht"rs who ar "WvinK to accomplish these two impor- tant things for our State are doing a work so constructive, so heroic and so commenable that all must see the justice in taking immediate steps to...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 22 August 1919
3C31 ' X At 1 ' TOE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky.. Aug. 22, 1919. W. F. and W. P. HOGARI), Editor and Publishers. Entered m second class matter Feb ruary 9th, 1878, at the pustotfirc at Marian, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 per year cash in advance. i GOOD KOADS. In the absence of the gentle man who usually pilots the des tinies of this worthy paper, a letter from a prominent citizen of this county was printed last week which said certain things not exactly complimentary to our good roads program. That can't be helped now - but we can sail in and talk good roads until we in some small measure atone .- for that indiscretion. The Crit tenden Press is strong for good ' , roads if we can get them for . less than ten thousand dollars a ; mile so much the better -but even 'if they should cost's one , , hundred thousand dollars a mile they would be a good invest ment. Fact is that as a general . rule they cost most where they are needed the...