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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 26 March 1920

VEX OMTTENWai XXSTUOKT Get Rid of That Irritating Cough Free yourself from that ugly, irritating cough thai annoys your family and friends and keeps you awake at nilit It weakens your throat, causes noarsentis and is an indication of more serious trouble to come. Loosen the coiiKCstion in your throat and raise ths phlegm by taking (JOFl'S (No-Uopc) LUUUtt SYKL P. It's the pure-herb, old-fashioned court syrup made by boiling well-known herbs and ex tracting their juices according to a formula over 100 years old. No Narcotics or Opiate of any, kind in GOFK'S. Get a bottle today. Keep it in the house all the time. It brings quick and positive -relief from Coughs, Colds, Hoaxsenest, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough and Croup. The children like it. Get GOFFS The Original No-Dop COUGH SYRUP From YoU Crcr or Dnuiitt WaeWnb Futory Acj lor TkU Tifritwy t 30e. aa4 60c. BettU r a -ii r tOPP'B U OiurantMS tt htlf ye ft rarSOnS & OCOVllIe I.O. your cluldrn. rj SulK u uthwiM4 tltur Tour bsm witkaut...

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. — 26 March 1920

r TE2 OSfTTXNDEir, PC lUfclCS, K&TUCXY ,4 r rrM of .Crittenden Co Attention, Tobacco Growers WaaaaBBBagigigH tr" 5'.?, J." ' ,r MOXItPIP I The L8e Leaf F1rS in Henderso? wiU c,ose on APril 16th- Would advise A 11 you to rush in your tobacco for sale at our floor, as the sale made Tuesday was on Crittenden county tobacco, grown by Mr. Enoch, which was hard to beat, according to the present market for leaf, $37.00, average $24.75. Ship your tobacco to us, and we can as sure you that your interests will be protected and try to get you the best price, as we did in the past. t ? X Y Y Y Y Y Y We also wish to thank you for the favors shown JOHN EDWARDS, Mgr. T 1920 DOG The Following in a List of Dog Licenses Issued Prior to Feb. 1, 1920, by County Clerk, L. E. Guess, For the Year 1920. "It Ageo, A Hurt. Marion Houte I; female tt.no 116 Asurldge. H M, Fredonia K 4: male ll.nu J 79 A.hrlilge. II R. Fiedunla It 4; male 1100 job Aaher. Kmoim. Marlon l(t. 1; male l ' jus A.her. Kinona. Mar...

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. — 26 March 1920

TTF rPTTTVDN PPFPS MAI?TW. TT.NTTTHKV Your New Home should be made' artistic, sanitary and livable. These walls should be Alabastined in the latest, up-to-the-minute nature color tints. Each room should reflect your own individuality and the treatment throughout be a complete perfect harmony in colors. The trails of the old home, whether mansion or cottage, can be nude just as attractive, just as sanitary, through the intelligent use of Instead of kalsomine or wallpaper How much better, when you have a new home, to ttat rifht than to have to correct errors afterward from former treatment with other materials, when yot come to the use of Alabastine, as does nearly every one sooner or later. Once Tonr walls are Alabastined you can use any material over it abooW yoo desire, but having used Alabastine you will have no desire for any other treatment. Alabastine is to easy to mix and apply so lasting in its results so absolutely sanitary and so generally recognized as the proper decorativ...

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. — 26 March 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS. MARION. KENTUCKY t P 0 I ( 1 i ernn L s '.'vTittur of the Chapel." This term. aptdled to the print ing Induatry. Ih one of religious ilerl ' ration, (When, centuries ngn, print- roc wae done In monasteries, It was : customary to diet-use all matters run Dected With tlm work In the chnpel, j A WtCi father superior In the rlmlr. ! E Kmc1, the term "Father of the i'-Wly They Were Scared. A boy'a-cniiipnxltlon : "Tohnecn was I tr.TWtwl by Walter Itntplgh, niM when I Ce people fl"t shw him smoking they . I .'Kmhf It was etetimhont or lv v : five, and as they linil never heard of laves inm tney were greutly frlnht- " -Itnaton Trsnscrlpt. I ' Teacher Splendid Record. IUaa; Jennie Hh, plH. cd on the pension Hut lit the age nf m-venty by the New Yoik honrd of rdncMiloii nf. ef B3 yearn' imflnuium acrvleo u n teacher In one school In the P.ron. at tuught -mi.iiini children, including three fencraiiisi of nt lHt one fntn .' Hy. !l all the r.2 yciirs she was never at In re...

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. — 26 March 1920

,. - ..,. ..v t i r THE XmiTTEADEN V2SS3, . MAfilUfiL C UXTDCZ V 1920 DOG LICENSES!' ' ,. - (Contnuedfrompajreo) j l!S Lyn., Taylor. Salem Route 1 ; main '. $1.1(0 229 Limp, Ezra, Minion .luale .' .' $i.t.ti' S08Lynn, Leonard Salem 11 1-I male $i.tm' 509 Lynn, lonanl. Salem 11 1 ; j female , . , , . $j .no 452 Lemon, Joe, Marion. Route .1; male H.oo 453 Lemon, Cordia A. Marion li.'i; mule $ I . mi '.31 Unili. T H. Marion male Si . dii .'.:!! l.ynn. Mis i; I.. s..tfin it l: male $l.oo 666 Lynn. W C, Marion; male $i.on U4S LaRue, 'James R. Marion; female $2.00 849 LaRue, James L, Marion. Ky; male $1.imi 2C Morrill, Monte, Million I! 3; male $1.0(1 36 .Mayes, Mrs Rose, Eiodonia 4; male $l.oo 8S Markey, Harrison. .Marion; male $1.00 ii" niurry, 11 r, .iariou itouie 4; male $1.0o; 126 Martin. Fratu-es Sheridan: male $1.00, 141 Myers, J E, Marion Route 2; ! male $1 .00,. 142 Myers, J E. Marion Route 2; female $2.00 144 Marvel, B (1. Marion; male $1.00 145 Marvel, B G, .Marion; female $2.0...

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. — 2 April 1920

Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, . Kentucky, Friday, April 2, 1920. Number 36 ) 10 A Ml J .N. CLARK DM A I) I. ('. FREIGHT WRECKS Mr. Y N Clark, of Rush Ark-1 The I. C. through freight ansas, died at his home there irain no 357 south, bound, on Friday, March 19 from; wrecked neur Mexico last Fri- i leakage of the heart. He had! day morning about 7:30. The been in a critical condition, and train was leaving Mexico and -subject to heart trouble for two was not traveling at full speed years. Mr. Clark was lxirn of, but due to bad track, it is be Dr. J. K. and Mrs. Clark flour lieved, three of the cars were Vienna III on July 27 lMo, and derailed. The conducor, Threl in his early childhood his pa. keld, got his arm broke and one rents moved to this county of the flagmen's hand was Se near Iron Hill. He spent most verely mashed. Hie trains of his early life on the farm were all delayed about six hours until his father Imught the, while the wreckage was being Marion Mill, which he op...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 2 April 1920

-.5 TEZ CSHTSSDSlT PRESS, 3IAU0X. EKTUCXY i Keifitcicky JVe.vs Cungs As tifmm ml rJa mtt ra Tta pvaNrts tr aitm( AB abv on tip rpofc t'.. .irwtb. of HavM p. o rrk, S. iv; I rdit ra rrvk.a wti! mr.k.re a tru.-ror. i. e. v.,Ma aff.-ia. t i.k.- iaj'-rr in a fin. fvn. of h.o cj-:t. tr;' 1. - Hart, of Hyilffv. re ;s, i.rJ V-r-ar nyrt XS t'A re: fs-r.T" of :V cr M..; m va, ih prxM A 1 fn--n n-it: i L..r ilt i.; it L: Kfforv,: a aoU.' fr.t-W of : - : t r. S.a-,CL. , i K-S .a of a c-: :-. fist Zii .r. v -"t J. XI,".; :.r. s. rv. i'.":!- ,;a r. wis ;r.ct-E :t in'iss. C3y C.t-y Wi.. ,vr,: r e t mv-. yciS A.-ttT (..t-r t ti.,-er u iu r.;b; Ui sM o.f. , HawpsT-r..-r:- of k.tpb Wksh.tjrtoi. tjjrritri SAt' to it CMDr-rtT bt-re. i.i N.r.r.pji.-. Prx.-vt.m. Jiws F. iXver. t it- Mit cf lv,n pory, Vwr -jt-i "t " of fci ?:.' r. trJ h..jj-Jvc Cects ti $S is nio-wy y .-e. Ash.ABi Fu.kV! pojkc.r; p.i?: r.c ; fr4D ik'.t.s i..sri-r m. ti a p.x ttretif-r: John Koirk, J.:t.-kiti..:Sk, of H.W1 Owl; m-iis of i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 2 April 1920

TITR CriTTENDN rFESS. MTJOK. KENTUCKY 'Sure .Relief rate 6 Beul-ans Hot wafer Sure Relief LL-ANS Money kwk wllho.n qneallna If HI NT B MAI VK full. In Hi lls-mmept of ITTII. KCZKMA, klNilVVtiKM.Trrt'KKorotliw lirhin akin li.raas. frlr 7V l Urn.iri.la ordireet froia LI Ittkartl Irt'tiM tt.laKaw.lu, EVOLVED FROM THE HUMBLE SWEATER i DON'T DESPAIR If yon art troubled with pains or aches; feel tired; have headache, indigestion, insomnia; painful pass g of urine, you will find relief io COLD MEDAL Test world's standard rsmady lor kidney, Vef, bladder ena urle arid troubles and National kenisxly if HulUnd tine 1646. Tlwee sites, ill draggiats. Guaranteed, teak U. mm C-U m rnri Ua 0 Can'tCut Off My Leg" Says Railroad Engineer '"I em a railroad engineer: about JO years To Rty leg e seriously Injured In en rrldent mil Meat. Upon my refueins tn kilo the doctor In impuiili It I told II would I ltnt.e.lhle In heal tit Wouod I have tried all kinds of ealree 4 had dmtore In lh past N rears, bul I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 2 April 1920

STRAND THEATRE Friday, April 2 Wallace Reed IN- "LESS THAN KIN" He changed his mind about living another man's life when the other man's wife and children appeared. Saturday April 3 CHARLES RAY -IN- "NINE O'CLOCK TOWN" You'll get right up on your hind legs and root for Charles Ray h rough each foot of this film He brings "big city" ideas to a "one horse town" lays low the plans of the scheming "vampire" and as the English would say, "My word, he s a corker!" THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion. Ky., April 2 IDL'O. W. F. and W. P. HOlUKD. Editor! and t'ubliativrn. Entered at vonii clit ntii I i li. ruary 9th, 1878, t thv ill ? m Marion, Kentucky, under the A.t of Con grew of March 3rd. 1H77. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00. per year cash in advance Between the First and Second Show on Fri day and Saturday night at 9:15 CRAWFORD & SUBLETT MAGICIANS thus giving those attending the revival meetings Last Fall, Mr. Leland of the W. W. Leland Company, of New York, the parties erecting; the OUie James...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 2 April 1920

EIIUST CITIZENS r "A new note we've struck it" Foirdsoia' Tractor III LEGION WORK v t r V Chesterfield NO "harps", no "flats", but my! how Chesterfields do "Satisfy!" A delightful, selection of fine Turkish and Domestic tobac cos, harmoniously blended that's Chesterfield! The Campaign For Kentucky's American Legion Fund Begins March 29 More Enjoyment For Everybody A .hoiij;ra.!, yes, hut much more than tl.::t a I'allii' riiomjr;i'h! Then you will get greater en joyment than any phonograph every brought you. For the Palhc Phonograph lrittjs you ever) i Yiy . of muic trotn jiz to oj-cra at it- ril . :t "Ml COSTS NO YTl THAN TMJ 0:i.iNA.RT &s KIOKOCftAPH l!i;t the 1'jtl.e rinmi-Kriih give you in i - ure , ami ill lite lalikfji-tmn if twing self com; .' i lave Iht phonograph I Its fljlr tone at once :. - an J imprests you. Anil -no ncedlrs to clans- i.,r .he Tilhr SaiiliUe Tall it frrmdnraf. Term If You Wish In purchiiirig a Taine Phonograph you may lake advan lane of our tihrul pay...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 2 April 1920

r . SALE BEGINS Thuisday, Mar. 25 LASTING 30 DAYS INTRODUCTORY SI AND SALE BEGINS Thursday, Mar. 25 LASTING 30 DAYS We have moved back in our old stand opposite the I. C. Depot The intention of this sale is to let my customers and friends know that I have moved my store back in my old stand opposite the I. C. Depot in the Odd Fellows' building, and in order to introduce our present location, we will make attractive special prices for the next thirty days on my entire stock of merchandise. Considering the scarcity of merchandise you will be overjoyed in finding as big selections of high class spring and summer good and prices. Yes, prices what we mean. We invite everybody to compare our offerings with any of our competitors or any mail ordering houses in the country. By using good judgment in buying we Tiave secured thousands of dollars worth of seasonable merchandise at very low prices which now en. ables us to give our patrons the benefit of our buying power. A stroll through our s...

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. — 2 April 1920

5 f Y Y T ? Y Y Y Y Y Y f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y V Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y T Y Y f Y Y Y Y T Y T Y Y Y Y Y Y 'a Attention, Tobacco Growers of Crittenden Co. ; IMOTIlfPIF ? The Loose Leaf Floors in Henderson wiU close n APriI 16th- Would advise 1 N Jr Jl iliild o you to rush in your tobacco for sale at our floor, as the sale made Tuesday was on Crittenden county tobacco, grown by Mr. Enoch, which was hard to beat, according to the present market for leaf, $37.00, average $24.75. Ship your tobacco to us, and we can as sure you that your interests will be protected and try to get you the best price, as we did in the past. OUR MOTTO: Satisfaction and Quick Settlements Should you wish to load in cars 'phone us at our expense and we will send our man to help you load. For any other information see Mr. Jones, or Mr. Murphy, of your city. We also wish to thank you for the favors shown us from your county and assure you same was highly appreciat...

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. — 2 April 1920

THE CFJTTSNDSN PRESS. MMilON, KENTUCKY has no RED CROSS DOES VALIANT WORK AMONG LETTS OLD GARMENTS NEW WHEN DIAMOND DYED pain now VThsi Lydla E. Pinkham'. Vegetable Compound Did for Mrs. Wf jner, OnaUalcn. Wis.- Every month I had fftrh pains in my back and lower part of itered bo it seemed aa though I would me, end 1 was .not regular cither. I suffered for a year and was unfit to do my housework, could only wash dishes once in a while, I read an advertisement of whatLydiaE. Pink- hzm'a Vegetable Compound had done far other women and decided to try it, it rnrrer did wonders for me. 1 nave no piiba now &nd 1 can do my house xurrx. without any trouble nt all. I viil dways praise your medicine as I do not believe there is o doctor that can Ce as much good in female weakness, ad yoa nay tuse these facts as a tcsti MocmL" Mrs. Luster E. WaRNE.t, IL 1. Box 3, Onalaska, Wis. The reason women write such letters to the Lydia II Finkham Medicine Co. sum! tell their friends hnw they are hel...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 2 April 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS. MARION, KENTUCKY Riwsr ....... n jjphappy smiled white a air anu uilkmiuus. m Its benefits are as GREAT U as Its cost Is SMALL! In It satisfies the desire for If sweets, and Is beneflclel. too. 1 Ctlil Ttrfht Fonf Dirlh 1 -After The H I Evcry l WRIGLEYggni Flavorl . 5 Mear 'f EZE3E$J; Lasts GATGH UP ON WAR WORK Period of Congestion end Vex atious Delays Is Virtually ct an Er.l ANSWER WITH REAL LETTERS Stride, of Creat Importance M.ide In Bringing In.urance - Bu.mt. of Bureau to an Absolutely Current Basis. HI. Llv.r. Recently John. Ilic young wn if the pastor of tlii I'.rlghtwuod Mili mllt church. n sick. Ills father timk lilm In 1'r. W. C. F.hgle. The doctor wns giving lilm ii thorough n in 1 1 in 1 1 ii to !.-! i-riiiuii- IPs ii 11 tiia-lil . In t In examination In' mi lil : "John, I Hill going III NIC Whether you llUVI' lUcr. linn1 ymi n liver. John?" Tli boy replied: "Not yet; I will have mii n f i it 1 1 in iit " "After dinner," wilil till' ilmliir. "Hurt ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 2 April 1920

- i ' i! i; ! ; is i T A A Magnificent Showing of Men's and BOYS' WEARING APPAREL Walk into our Men's Department and inspect the wonderful showing of the newest Spring: Merchandise. Our goods express the desirahle features of snap, style and individuality, while exceedingly moderate in price. Hoys we have the fin est and best selection of real stylish models to select from you can pos sibly find in Marion. We have the suit you have pictured in your mind for Spring and Summer wear. Don't let this op portunity pass by but come and see. Prices $12.00 to $22.00 Remember Next Sunday IS " Easier MEN, LISTEN! 1 T ? T ? T Y Y t Y t Y ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y T f Y Y Y Y Y T Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t T Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y f T Y t Y t Y Y t Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Get that "New Easter Suit" today. I have just X received a complete line of Men's Suits in Serge, Flannel and Worsted. Latest in style, and best in quality Prices onlv $32.50, $35.00. $40.00, $...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 9 April 1920

. '-. .... . ... ... . . Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, April 9, 1920. Number 37 OF IN'TF.ItKST TO TUHACCO (.KoWI-lltH Tli following Ih a letter (u Mr. W. It. Yatulell from It. E. Cooper of the Hopkinaville Warehouse: "1 wlwh to beg your pardon (or fulling lo acknowledge my appreciation of the Interim you liuve manifested, In huvluK your friend to ship thi'ir lo liHcro lu me fur sale und deeply de plore the fiict thut uur market hat declined continuously since the lut-li-r purl of January mil 11 we arc unable to make null of common and low gradex of tobacco ut itny thing like the prlre that would Justify the farmer for having protturod It. We have u good demand (or hcuvv Bred tobacco of the liroud leaf type, thin grude of tobucco has not Buffered like the medium and low grade. However all grades of lR aud lrnhen are citremely low. I feel a periwinul interent In the farmers of Crittenden County and regret thut they do not plant a liroad leaf tobacco aa the ou...

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. — 9 April 1920

THE CHITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY i SICK WOMEN HEAR ME You Can Be Free from Pain I Am, if You Do as 1 Did. Harrington, Me. "I suffered with backache, pains throuch til y h i d i ing that I coulu not stand on my feet. 1 also had other dis tressing symptoms. At times I had to give up work. I tried a number of remedies but Lydia E. Pmkham's V'epe table Compound did mp rrov-A (viwv4 thun anything else. lam regular, do not sutler the i;ins I used to, keep house and do all my work. I recommend your medicine to all who offer as I did and vou may use my let ter as you li:ce." fora. Minnie Mitch ell, Harrington, Me. There are many women who suffer as Mrs. Mitchell did and who are being bene fited bv this Great medicino every dav. It baa helped thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulceration, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearing down feeling, indigestion, and nervous prostration. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vtrotat1e Com pound contains no n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 9 April 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS. MARION, KENTUCKY NOW, WHAT WOULD YOU DO'. New Yorkr t.w Only On Way to Settle Problem of Street car Eli quatte Confronting Him. A biislnc 111:111 who was rulsel far enough nway from New York Mill to my "ma'am" when lip sn-nkM to 1 strange woman whs recently confront, cil villi it ni'W' angle if iiii of Hit major transportation proMi-nia of city II t. Ill theory I that fittx-c women have ought and fomiil imjiihI opportunity In business nmt In poll rli 1, tired 111:11 ahoiilil have tin on, tint i'iiortiinlty I" the tMut lottery 011 tin- way li-unc 111 night. It Isn't flcd rule, hut In ha the exception to It pretty well In fill ml. He will not ti.t;t 11 M'lit If there In 11 woman tiiiiillrg mar II. lie will yield hi sent to nil elderly wninin. mil tliU In h bunting cicoptloii to woman wlih it hnby. he did not have the mi'wer ready tin' other lilgfit when he looked np from til .nn r to find clinging to the strap before him a l-iiwtsoiue young woman wlih poodle unde...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 9 April 1920

Brighten Up Your Home Now that the warm sunny days of Spring: are here it is time you were thinking of beau tifying your surroundings to harmonize with Mother Nature. At this store you will find everything you require for this purpose. A complete stock of Paints, Oils and Varnishes always here. We can also fill your require ments in the sundries for this work, such as brushes, putty, etc. WALL PAPER While you are fixing up the rest of the house don't overlook the rooms that need papering. We have a beautiful line this Spring. Remember we cany Lime Sulphur in both liquid and dry form. Don't forget your fruit trees. JAS. H. ORME, Druggist Marion, Kentucky "All that the Name Implies" A Brilliant Finish You will be amazed at the manner in which Spot Lac transforms old floors and furniture into new. And you will be gratified at the wearing qualities of this member of the Red-Spot family. Spot-Lac is not only beautiful and durable it is so easily applied that anyone can use it Many people...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 9 April 1920

J fierce hns purchased ...... .... L ii..n-:ii.. u. ' STRAND THEATRE Local News : the residence in East Uellville St. from Hart SiinniH'rvilli Miss JoHie 1'iiiiM to Kvunx-1 County Court Day Big Specials villH Monday to of the little rh Mr. Ed Paris t-iid i In- i.meral j ii !hm Itiother. ! net.' Oakley filled his appoint Mr M. K. Hncon and wife of Hop -I PI) II V A DDIf (WL kinsville were in Marion Tu.-s.la'y on I f I illllL Jill ment at Ashland Sunday. Lindaey Crlder sold tobacco on business unit visited Mrs Karon's the Henderson Market this week. father Judge .Moore on K Depot St These Prices for One Day, Only Enid Bennett . .. -. . -For your spring dewing tee Mr. I)r. Nunn left Wednesday afU-r-noou for Louisville where lie will attend the meeting of the Dental Dora Farmer, pbone 197-4 37 4 Mr John Bealmear of Crayne Association Saturday . there. Me will return -IN- wan in Marion this week. Mr. C. Matting Rugs MONDAY ONLY Stenciled at . .$5.48 Woven at $5.98 Very best grade heavy m...

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