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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 27 February 1920
THE CRITTENDEN PBJBSS, HABIOH, KENTUCKY THE CRITTENDEN PRESS1 ! Marion, Ky., Feb. 27, 1020. j W. F. and W. P. HOGAKD. Editors and Publishers. Entered as second-class matter Fvb-1 rnary 9th, 1878, at the pxstotnee at i Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of j Congress of March 3rd, laT". SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00 per year cash in advance. . Marion's School Froblem Right now Marion has al most, if not greater problem on hand than the problem of elec tricity or candles. This problem is not a one cylinder affair either. The school is over crowded ...the play ground is not larjre enouph the high school has no business in the same building with the grades at all. . . . and so on. But these aren't the only de fie'encies that can and must be remedied. Marion must have a non teaching superintendent. It is an absolute impossibility for any one man to teach five or six periods each day and have time enough left to prop erly supervise the school. The Press is informed that this very handicap obtains...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 27 February 1920
TBI CBITTENDFIH PBB68, MARION, KMTUCKT Ur Situttr gnu tn mtr Spring Opening Wednesday and Thursday March 3 and 4 .: jaw V Entertaining Will Be Jollier If you own a Pathe Phonograph you and your guests will derive greater enjoyment from music. For the tone of the Pathe i3 viviHlv rnnl And oxorv kind of muaiir. vowil or instrumental, classical or popular, pul sates with life when played by this superb phonograph on Pathe Records, If you want reality, you will choose The Pathe Phonograph Costs no more than the ordinary HEAR THE NEW PATHE RECORDS C. B. LOYD erased. FREDONIA, KENTUCKY. Millinery, Charming Models in Frocks, Coats, New Spring Suits, Skirts and Blouses Fitritc Petticoats Stamped Art Linen Moore & Pickens i t : Liocai iNews : Miss Francis Gray visited Mrs. J. F. Gordan at Madi sonville the end of the week. Hollis Fanklin has been ap pointed treasurer of Loisville Conference of Epworth Leagues Robt. Moore of near Sulpur Springs lost a mare this week. I offer for sale my e...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 27 February 1920
THE CPITTBVDN PKF.F?. MIrtON. KEJTTUCKY HAD I TAKEN CALOMEL I WOULD BE SICK, WEAK NOW But 1 took "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead and Fee, Grand Calomel Nauseates Salivates! KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS Condtnttd Newt of Intertit From All Parti ol iht Stall " t . . ., ' l.cxtnaton. Tohi.cro sale or the season huve reached 4HJl.lCi pound ill mi tTnt of .S"i-..Vi per hundred. Jit. Sterling. Tin1 Im rti of I'lirrull I niiuilltoii. contuinltii: li-ii acres of to j Imrro, wim dcntrojcd !' tire of uu I known origin. teol trap not by I -ii ii ncnr Itockdule, oaiilit two ri'i) foxes In one liiglit, 1UU' be ''d Hit- pells for S'J.V j Ottcntnn. re! Itiiwlings, lliimnlshurg. Thomas llupue, 13, sustained u lriki'ii ii nn while playing wlili ether children :it tut Talin.ige School Ili.V gl'OUIl'.. Maysville. W. n. Dawson, former policeman, wliii In i Hint' liliml sever il J furs iiuo, cclelrti'ed Ills eight t.l t.l....l.i. ! I.I. I.. .1.1.. lint. i Musvlllo. Cnpt. 1.01:1111 wlio died lit Ills I10I111' bore,...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 27 February 1920
MARION, KENTUCKY 1 1 i END OF EIGHT YEARS MISERY Uied Lydia E. PinlcliartVc Vegetable Compound and Recovered. Newnrk, N. J. "The doctor said I unu anviKuiii uuuie ami treated mo i'ir several wcckp. At times 1 could not walk at all and 1 suffered with m y ' V- j3 K ,nd IDI .J.Q often hud to stay in u f yvl bod. 1 Buttered olf a n d on for eight years, finally I hoard that l ydia & l'tnkhnm'a V e g e table Compound wns a good medicine and trtaA i ,-!U l. i i ,b null spit'Il ui i"o- i can now ao my house work and my washing. I have recom mended your Vegetable Compound and four Blood Medicine and three of my friends are taking them to advantage. You can tine my name for a testimonial." -Mrs. Thkiiesa CovLNTHV, 76 JJurnett EL, Newark, N. J. Yoi arc invited to write for free adrice No other medicine haa been so suc cessful in relieving woman's suttering; as haa Lydia K. Pinkham'a Vegetable) Compound. Women may receive free and helpful advice by writing Die I.ydia t. rinkham Medicine C...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 27 February 1920
-'jgtr-j , ! u r ,1 n. ! FOftDS FEltRY. f' vm r.nniwt!r)Pluid Praohn icSjS Oil TT..V.n..-.1 PERCENT. 6 AVcioiablcIVcparatofofAi 5im.la.incFoodtv ; Thereby lVomoUDg neither Opium.lorpWne Mineral. iNOT A""" . ... i r.i..f.MBi-mc(h' fbf aim re ' ' v.. cfp facsimile SiinaWt, GAS1 For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of m r riii i.ir iA.MII IF Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years GflSTI , er.u. .-. - Mrs. W. E. Charles was in Pudueah Monday. Miss Lillie Hcnson of Lyon County i visited friends here last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Dycus, Jr. were in Kuttawa Thursday. Clarence Black of Kuttawa was in tewn Friday. Ardie Martin of Franc's was n town Sunday. Herman Martin. Emmet Ben nett and Herbert McCure left for Akron, 0. Saturday where they have accepted positions. Efforts ar econstantly made The framers of the constitu to persuade the girls that they tion would have saved a lot of can find beauty at the washtub, trouble and a...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 5 March 1920
THE CRITTENDEN PRESS V mrm? 12 Marion, Ky. Friday Mar. f l'.iiio Number Mrs. .Simpson Dies Mm. T. It. Simpson a former Leap Ycur Purty s ()f I'nrunmnlii Mr. James I' ("rail?; died at (lie nd home f his daught -r Mrs Henry I n.sjdent of Marion and Mother Stout' on north Main stivft last jf m,.s. c. a. Daughtrey. died IMli Uro. Fridav of pneumonia Mr. Cra'g 1 ;t, n .... 1()ll. j A ., ,Aix lst Fri had l'..r thirty years since tin , y ,,f Tu mt ocis. Mrs. Simpso.i .1. ath of hi; wife, hern livii.g. iH : j CiitUTiden County On Monday evening Mar h 1 h,s with hi daughter Mr-Caven ' .,, i , ,J ilml lived .We a greater a L-ap Year Party wairion hy wh . rccci, ly married :;i ir, ,f her life. From Marion the Kpworth League in th hase- ll..,iry Sto:. . a id Mrs I'.rownii g s . , ,.,! t.i I'adueah -vhere she merit of the M l", Cliiich. Ahoiit l U ;icla.v l-iifmis. and l : h .e.i until her death. Slit? was in seventy five people w mc present P1.Ml t1L. v r p.M I ion of ..s , .,. Mty-nmth war. am...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 5 March 1920
THE CRITTENDEN PRESS V -Mime 42 Marion. Ky. Friday Mar. 5 1!20 Number 32 Leap Year Party and Birf Fire. V On Monday evening Mar h 1 a Leap Year Party wi given by the Epworth League in the base ment of the M.E. Church. About seventy five people ware present and it may truthfully ba paid that all had a splend;d time. The most beautiful girls in Marion were present and it is needless to say they made fine escorts. The young men present were rather timid at first, not knowing iust how to nlav their Dart, but fr- they gradually gained confidence and when the ice cream appeared their self consciousness vanished aa if by magic. Before the evening was over every youth present had been proposed to several times. One rresent promised to marry five different young ladies. While the refreshments were being served splendid music was rendered by Miss Eva Yates, Ted Boston and Harry Moore Immediately after the party broke up about ten thirty o'clock the fire whistle Utw and all made a march to the...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 5 March 1920
Do You Know I Ii ;i t April lUth will he (In4 l:lvst (5a 1,,ilt ;l,mn nas vyil realized in tin scholastic world? Two special trains loaded with sc hool c IiiU dren from CIa, IVosidence, Mnr&infu'lcl, Corydon and Sim -ji.s w ill he here; f i e hundred people from (he coiinl) will he here; oil (he pupils of (he Marlon (traded and Hih Sc hool will he here and in fat ( everhod (hat does not wish (o miss (he (ime of their life will he at the Central Intersc hoh:stk Track Meet which Marion has the honor to entertain on April l(, l)2(). Special features Mi! lt.u - f Milt- i;.K - 100 V.r! D.isli I J l'omul Mini Cut . I 10 V, I) ith ir I I) It i i II i i .1 i nji I JO 1 . rl llunl . . Mm K( I.i I ) i s( ii s I nn i w I't l- 1 1 1 1 ( ' i In k al-1) I. nuili i ( on It I ( .k I Music furnisl't I l M.irinii 1 1 i k. ' S liool Ok IicnIi.i .ii il lt.u il.
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 5 March 1920
THE CRITTENDEN PKSS3S, MAMON, KENTUCKY Do You Know That April will be the bluest clay that Marion has ever realized in the scholastic world? Two special trains loaded with school chil dren from Clay, Providence, Morfjanfield, Corydon and Sturis will be here; five hundred people from the county will be here; all the pupils of the Marion Graded and Hifjh School will be here and in fact everybody that does not wish to miss the time of their life will be at the Central Interscholastic Track Meet which Marion has the honor to entertain on April 16, 1920. Special Features Mile Race Halt Mile Race 100 Yard Dash 12 round Stint Tut 1 10 Yard Dish - 220 YarJ Djvh RnnUl llisfli Jump .120 Yard Hurdle - Mile Relay Discus Throw Pole Vault ()i(orlculI)rclr inatti totilc&tut INi&ht Music furnlsl't 4 by Murlon llltih School Orchc&lru uiid Bund. ICMi
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 5 March 1920
liiK UKmJSUDJilN tKESS, MAKIOH, KENTUCKY THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., March 5, 1920. W. F. unci W. P. I10GARD, Editors and Publishers. Entered as second-class matter Feb ruary 9th, 1878, at the postoflice at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Omcn-as of March 3rd. 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2 00 per year cash in advance. Two Spots The women demand equal pay, but they have long had eoral say. It is the general opinion over in Europe that the dove of peace is m battr than the old speckled hen. It is noted that the man who is always finding fault with his hrme town can do a lot to im prove it by moving away. r if' urng a husband and wife as living together in peace and hirnr.ny, but it will never be c.mo one of the six best sellers. Sine so many of the girls tiki their breakfast in bed, Gladys feels pretty virtuous gtlii'g down at eight o'clock to eat the stufT mother has been c v k'ng since 6:30. Whatever kind of tariff thev have- the junk business will al ways he prosperous as lo...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 5 March 1920
THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY : JF You come here to eat the next time you are in Marion you will know why your neighbor comes here for his dinner when he comes to Marion. Givens Restaurant North Side Square COMMISSION KK H SAI.K Crittenden Circuit Court, Kentucky Mrs. Ella C. Pierce, ct al, plulntiff against Kentucky Fluor Spar Co., defend ant, equity. By virtue of a Judgment and Or der of Sale of the. Crittenden Cir cult Court, rendered at the June Term thereof, 1918. in the above cause herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Murion to the highest bid. der. at Public Auction, on Monday thu loth day of March. 1920. at 1 o'clock, p. m.. or thereabout, being Circuit Court day. upon a credit of six months the following described property, to-wit: The mining rights and privileges on the following tract of land In Crittenden county, Kentucky, on the waters of Clay Lick creek and bounded as follows, to-wit: Deginnlng on a blnck oak in Broadus original ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 5 March 1920
aU.-, KENTUCKY Fair Ek liih cut riL ;n pk A Xriv lliirk for nil (Mil Our How a Minion lielil 'tit Mil li a Itiul lliirk .'llroiiK The h:nk aches at ni'S w'Mi 11 lull imlescrihalde feeling. IliaUillK you weary ami restless; pirrcini; pains sliool across the. region of tlu kidneys, it ml again t fie loins are so limn' lliiil to Ktooi iH agony. No use to nil) or apply a plaster to the bark if the kidneys are weak. You ciuinot reach the cause: Follow the; example of this .Marion citizen. .Mrs. Joel I'lrkcns. 402 V. Depot '. St.. Hays: "Almut two years ago my i fully Hii'oukIi tlu sinnllain.Marion i kidneys were weak anil net il Ir. regularly. My liai'k ached dreadful- j ly through Hie small of it anil I was troubled a lot wltli ili..y spells. ' 1 liail lend so m ui'h almut Doun's Kidney I'ills. I got n Imx at Iluynes Taylor's drug More. They helped ine from Hie first and I continued takiiiK thein until cured." i Price f. Or. ut all dealers. Don't simply ask for u kidney n niedv ' get lo...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 5 March 1920
? ? ? ? ? t T ? ? t ? ? ? t ? ? t ? ? ? ? ? P f t ? t x THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY ARK Super-Size CORD TIRES BEST BY TEST-ABSOLUTELY The Parker Tire Shop at Mor- ganfield, Ky., exclusive agents for Union, Web ster and Crittenden counties would like to con nect up with a live wire in Marion or vicinity for sale of "Parker Super Size Cord Tires." Com municate with us at once. A live wire, no loafers. Address all communications to The Parker Tire Shop C. D. SIGLER, Manager MORGANFIELD, KY. ? ? ? t ? ? ? ? ? ? ? t ? ? ? ? ? ? f t ? ? ? Y ? ? ? ? Y Y T Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X Y Y Y X y y X
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 5 March 1920
THE CRITTENDEN FKESS, MARION, KENTUCKY ' -Best Prices Tobacco Seed Free Better Service Tobacco Growers We hope the worst is over and that the market will improve. It did better Friday. KarJy plants is the thing that's important now. Force. them with fertilizer. We have a special tobacco bed fertilizer that we will gladly furnish you at cost, $3.00 per bag. We have only ICO hi&so iumy! We sold over 50 per cent of the marl et this week for which we make grateful acknowledgment. When ycu ((ire to market drive your load down to The Big House on the River h "fhe House that Leads them AH" in everything. SOAPER, LANCASTER & SHORT Total Henderson Sales to date; Soaper House, 4,052,765; Farmers House, 2,760,605; Kraver House, 2,235,735; Birk House, 2,054,345.
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 12 March 1920
V V!llllH VI. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, March 12, 1920. Number 33 ... . . WORD OK HXIM.ANATJOX. 'I hi.; i of The Press was gotten out under cxtrenie (lil'lciilties. As our readers all know, we Kavc; j.-uit moved into our new quarters on Main street,' second door north of the new Ma rion Ilnnl, l.iiildiiur, and are really not in shape to print a panel at all this week. We were unable to wt .er '".wr connected up until late Wed nesday ( vi ; ip.'V and this paper is made possible only Lvalue my brother and myself worked all lui'ht Wednesday nitrht - as well as all day Thursday. W- tMi. t that you will be charitable with us and not !' us too severely for this poor ex-eu-;' of a p::i"T but it is a mivhty big- job to t'1!- d'.Y.n. moe and erect a printing plant us laivi :. the one we have. We !;;v,v plans under way for some bijr im provemi nis in the paper which will be put into effect as soon as phyically possible. To t''o -e of oui' correspondents whose letters do not...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 12 March 1920
THE CEITTENDSN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY How Chinese Use Peach Stores. Women and children tire to he seen In th ninrkeN of Chlnit picking up peach stones, which ore put to A vernl oaes. Broken Into piece mid dried In the sun. they furnish excellent ma terial for fuel. Another profttnMe use tf fhe peHch BtoDe In made by nnlsts und oinjniv era, who carve them Into different forms of nil! mills. Some of the lurcer tone. If round emmnh, nre carved. Into flnper rlnc. Purine the season one may see In the Interior uf South Chlnn yard of poor people full of peach stones drying In the sun. After helnc oleiined. the small stones are W-ed for fuel, primps of small hoys plrMntt out the larper ones. The kernels are sometimes sold to chemists and drupplsts. They are preserved In bottles and used as conch medicine after the kernels are turned Into white powder. This white powder Is a very popukr, con venient and cheap medicine for poor people In many villages as a remedy for coughs. mimm CURED WITHO...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 12 March 1920
DEPENDED UPON H20JEABS Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege Cable Compound Has Been Thi Woman'i Safeguard AU That Time. Omaha, Nob.-"I have uedl,ydia E. iimm ,Vf',,,tnl'l'i'U)unri trover twenty yeanf.rfe. male troubles and it bat helped me very much. I have a 'no used Lydia E. Pink hum 'a Sanative Wash with good re mits. I alwayt have a Utile ot Vegetable Compound in the remedy in iim., 1,4 A V 1,., U n. X o u can f publi Dubliah mv t a 1 t i. OnniaJ aa every statement I have rnaat is perlectly true." Mri. J. 0. JxsKjlusT. S. 20th Street, Omaha. Nebraska. Women who aufTer from those dis tressing; ilia peculiar to their an ahould be convinced by Uie many genuine and truthful U-atimoniala we are contlantly publishing in the newspapers of the bility of Lydia E. I'mkham't Vege Utile Compound to reaUr their health. ' To know whether Lydia E. I'inkham'i Vegetable CV'npound will help you, try Itl Kor advice write to Lydia E. I'ink ham Medicine Co. (confidential), Lynn, alaaa. Your letter will be opened...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 12 March 1920
THE CRUTTENDEM PBXSS, MAE10N, XINTUCXY ! 1 ii i ,t THE CRITTENDEN HBSjfo&A r Marion, Ky., March 1Z U'20. it is the p-neral opinion over' ir I' u pe tlu.t the ilovf of peace is i; i Ivttr than the old speckled W. V. and W. '. HOUAKD, Editors uiul I'ublif S. i . . I Since ;ti'.uai v io' a laiye nr.in I her of people have found liuit j their health renuit a soi.nini i in the climate of Culm. Entered a wound c'asi inattrr rul'-i - ruary 9t!i, 1S7S. at the jnwiniTioe at When a young lady li".i'i- lo Marion, Kentin!y, uiulor the Act of ike Vocal lessons, one ot ill" Congress nf Mur.-h 3rd. 1S77. , fn-st signs of her artistic iru ... i nroveineiit is that yon i.m't i.u- Idei'stand anv ot I lie v..iis 01 her sniis. SUBSCRIPTION KATES $2.00. per year cash in advance! Census nporis say United, States has neai lv live million mules. This il es not include1 the United States S. ate. i Net nian pe.-iole renienilier nothing about Washington's farewell address, 1 nit they know ill about the ch...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 12 March 1920
. ' - -KT'.v.if'or- THE 01UTTZXDEN PRJ6SS, MAfilON, K1NTUCKY THE CRITTENDEN' PRESS i Marion, Ky., Marc!) 12, 1120. W. F. and W. P. HO(IAKL), Editors uiul I'ubliFht't . N.pw y.ni !:.iv.' t.i ;ii their l:mr to the niui it programs. It is t!:i? I'viieral opinion over i- !' li 'pt' tlu.l tin- iluve of peace is t, . I' Itr than the nkl speckled Enterfd ax aeomui r'as inatu-r Ffl- : ruary 9th, 1S7S, t tlm ;i.isiiitFicf at Marion, Kentiii-ky, under the Aft of. Congress of Mar. h 3rd 1ST". Since aiuiai v ili a larjre nuni Ijer of people have l'minil that their health renuircs a soioiini in the climate of fiilnt. When a yotuiK hiilx ln".i'r- in ' ike vnval lessons, one of tin first sijiiis of lur aitistii' im proveineiit is thai you i.ui't t.n ilerstand anv of the .rls of her solids. -- - Net main people reinen.h.T Census n ports say United, mj tiling ahout Washington's States hat nea.lv live million farewell address, hut they know mules. This tkos not include' dl ahout the cherry tree. the ...