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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 9 April 1920

THE CMTTENDE27 PRESS, IIASION, KENTUCKY KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS Conrfenaed Newt of Intmtt From Ail Parlt of thm Stat Mlddlesboro. Anna I.ee Smith, 10, riif -1 from burns sustained wheu her clothing caught tire from un open grate. Klemlrgsburg. Samuel Henry lsh miiel, St, widower, iind Mrs. Susan Stuntlcld, trr, widow, both uf Kwing, were married here. Jackson Edward Peaton, frock-1 ettsvllle business man. filed a petition j lu bankruptcy, listing liabilities at 17,UW and assets at $12,imHi. ' Louisville. Believing his sister was rear death, and fearing no provision bad been made for his maintenance, J. V. Berktnelr, bA hanged himself in her borne. Louisville. The Small firaln IMstill Ins foinimny, capital Simmo, Just or ganized here, will operate a distillery to make whisky for medicinal pur poses. Owensboro. Pan Owen sues the es tate of Jacob Lucius, his father-in-law, for $1,344, which he claims is due hltu for nursing the deceased. His charge for the last eight months of deceased's I...

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. — 9 April 1920

THE CRITTFND,V TVVff. MWTOW. KENTUCKY m aa. e mm I . . I SALUTE "DODSON'S LIVER TONE" LADY LARKSPUR Headache? Nausea? Dizziness? Biliou-j-ncssl Constipation? Jj.-izy and Rood for nothing most of tho time! What you need is a Bhaking-up of your "innards" nndagingcrmg-upallover. The thing that'll fix you up is: It Never Gripes or Sickens You Like Nasty Calomel. All Biliousness, Headache, Constipation Is Gone Dy MEREDITH NICHOLSON Copyright by Cbrlta 8rrlbur' Hon . ... T : : : : u 7UHuy BJ'yvaEUao ! ill An old doctor's prescription ; in use for CS years. Enlivens your Liver, purilio3 and enriches your Dlood. Regulates your liotiels and is a fine family TOXIC. (Jet a bottlo from your drug etoro and you'll soon lo WAS GONE BEYOND RECALL! Htidorir for Which Young Wlf Hid Pined Adorntd Hiad of Ons Mort Fortunate. Tvery ilny for a week," the young Wife an Id lt fully. "I've C down to look til a tt:t t III a show window a wtitnr-fui lint, Tom; ttii kind of hat n woman ili' Hin" nf lull avca o...

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. — 9 April 1920

I. Look for this Label When Buying Live Stock and Poultry Feed It's your assurance of getting properly balanced, clean feed that has more nutriment than any other on the market. Made in a factory in which the newest and most modern machinery has been installed. Made from the same formula that has given satisfac tion to hundreds of successful farmers for years. SPECIAL OFFER To introduce our Diamond brand feeds quickly we agree to allow $5. discount off list price on one ton purchases of Diamond Chick feed and Diamond Scratch feed. Ask for and insist upon Diamond Brand. If your dealer does not have it, phone or write us. We'll see that you get it. For Sale by All Good Dealers. ' THE DIAMOND MILLS Successors to Fisher Brothers 620-622 E. Pennsylvania Evansviile, Ind. PROMINENT LODGE jfX"K"K:"K NUKHfcn MW KYfcn MINDFUL OF DUTY Mm. Ineman Thinks it Wrong If She Didn't Publicly Praise Trutona. Paducah, Ky April 1. Prac. tically everyone in Paducah and vicinity knows, likes and esteems Mr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 16 April 1920

Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, April 16, 1920. Number 58 4 i;' Inert tied ' l I' " !Vo erty r I V ue I I Will It Carry the Load? If your $."),000 house in insured fur $2,000, you are betting $1,000 that it won't burn down. That's a need loss 'risk . Most proM'ity to-day is under-insured not iM'rnuse owners carry less insurance than formerly, but Utause values have gteutly inn-eased. Wouldn't a lit tle more Hartford protection he a good business move? C. G. Thompson Insurance Agency . THE GRiftYING. AGENCY. I CONCRETE HliLDING MARION, KY. EGGS FOR SALE . j Wild Mallard Ducks. Eggs, per From pure bred stock S. C. R. 1"). $2.00-Duck eggs, $2.50 per 1. Reds, Barret! Plymouth Rocks 11. Write or call L. B. Cloyd, R. C. White Wyandot ten. S. C. R. .'J. Marion, Ky., telephone Ix'Khorns, S. C. Huff leghorns. S . C. Mottle! Anconas, Mum- , See J. A Mayhew about a lawn swing; or ixirch chair. II makes KlCCKSKKll, CONTKHT moth Imerial I'ekin Ducks, n,.m to order at reas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 16 April 1920

CHITTENDEN PUTS", MARION, KENTUCKY ASPIRIM-ftsUses First Introduced by "Bayer" in ihe Year 1900 ache. Toothache, Earache, Kenral gia, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neu ritis and Pain er.eraUy. Always say "Bayer" when buy ing Aspirin. Then look for the safety "Bayer Cros" on the pack- The bits "Bayer" Identifies fhe true, world-famous Aspirin pro - scribed by physicians for nineteen '; years. The name "Bayer" mean genuine Aspirin proved cafe by ' Billions of people. In each unbroken package of aire and on the tablets, ' "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" you Ilancly tin boxes of twelvo tab' re told how to safely take this lets cost but a few eon's. Drug' genuine Aspirin for Colds, Quad- gists aleo sell larger packages. aiplfli If iciie nark al lam Minimtin Moajiccici:lililri ol SaMcrlkaeN Plan Clinics to Study Crime REFUSES FILM OFFERS Psychiatric Research Offers Pos sibilities in the Solving of Problems. For Government Regulation. "I presume yuu're miglily glad l lie war Is over." "Well. I ilim't Jo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 16 April 1920

THE CRITTEXDZN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY I SUFFERED THREE YEARS Finally was Restored to HealthbyLvdiaE.Pinkham' Vegetable Compound. ; Lowell, Man. "I tu all ran down and bad an awful pain in my right aide, af I persistently oonatt- psioa and nad very aiuy spells. I ul fered for three years and was perfectly micirablo until friend waa telling roe to try Lydia E. PinkhanVs Vee Uble Compound and I found it a wonder ful medicine. 1 can now do twice as much work and I recommend the Vegetable Compound to other wonvfa. You can use these facta as a testimonial." Mrs. M. Til call Bessxt, lt Appltiton Street, Lowell, Moss. Why women wfl continue to suffer so long (a more than we can understand, when they ran find health In Lydia K Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I For forty yuan it baa been the stand ard remedy fur female ills, and haa re stored the health of thousands of women who have been troubled with such ail- menu a displacement, inflammation, Ulceration, Irreirularitivs. etc If you want spe...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 16 April 1920

i Paint Up i Clean Up 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 ment.? 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. Our Soda. Fountain isnow running full blast. We can supply your wants in ice cream, in chocplae, strawberry and vanila. Remember we have crude oil for your hogs. JAS. H. ORME, Druggist Murion, Kentucky , : "All that the Name Implies" THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion. Ky.,' April If. 1920. W. K. and W. V. HOUARO. Kditor and Publisher. Entered as Mvonilela.su matter Feb ruary yth. IS7H, at the noat office at Man. hi, Kentucky, under the Act of ('ongreii of March ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 16 April 1920

HPHE VANITY SHOB JL AT D. 0. CARNAIIAN'S STORK JL (i SPECIAL . EASTER E Waists $250 up. Coat Suits $1250 up. Dresses $3.00 up. Beginning Saturday, April 1 7th; Lasting One Week Only Come in and Get Your Spring Clothes THIS WEEK Only a few in each size left. All latest styles and best workmanship. GRADUATION DRESSES ALL UNEN MIDDY SUITS . Dresses Suitable for All Occasions t Coat Suits in Choicest Materials Waists in All Colors and Sizes Mr ALL SPECIALLY PRICED-FOR ONE WEEK ONLY The Exclusive Shop for Women nPHE VANITY SHOP The Exclusive Shou - JL at D. O. CARNAHAN'S , Women Save Your Horses Tit Jill the crop ami let me tircuk your jrnniiul with my tractor. ' Prices reasonable, let'n talk it over. KWI.M; JAMKS phone 291-2r. V. Newrnni ami sons were In" Murlon Cniinly Court day. (o. Henry and Minn Inu Hole mull were m n r I imI last wek . KEEP IT SWEET Keep your stomach tweet today and ward off the indn gestion oi tomorrow -try ItniOIDS the new aid to difestion. As pleasant and as saf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 16 April 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY NEWS' CULLINGS From Kentucky Versailles. Mm. J. V. Hawkins sus tained a fracture of )ier left flip in a fall nt lior liome, aud wus moved to the hospital. Winchester. Clarence E. Ackloy, of Anchorage, lias been elect ihI superln tendent of schools to succeed O. II. Harris, resigned. Marlon. Hack Murkey, nesro, con .Icted of shooting and wouudiuj; (!eo. llnnley, deputy sheriff, In resisting ar rest, was lined $'X0. Cnrhin. The body of Fred Moore, wltcliiiiiiii, run over by a car which lie believed he had uncoupled, was sciti to Corinth for burial. OwlnjMvllle. Iilchard ItltfjrstalT. Kf, last of the four sons of I'r. i). S. J J i ii Btuff, pioneer physician here, died from a stroke of paralysis. Grayson. Mrs. (Joldie C'olcgvove, who went to Ashland for a visit to her cousin, died after nn illness of a few days from pneumonia. Carlisle. Schools were closed in honor of l'rof. Frank M. Carter, su perintendent of schools, who died after a short Illne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 16 April 1920

THE CXITTENDEN PHES3. KARION, KEKTUCSY REFUGE SPOTS FOR ELOPERS Fleet Prlton and Gretna Green Were Highly Desirable Placet In I tlia Olden Time. Oretnn Crpcn, whose chief Industry ' tb nine niutrlmnny, la village in 8i-;tleml li'M llini. a mile from the Hlver Siirk. which mark tl l.'njllsle Kinttlsh boundary line in tlinl vicin ity, neur the Sol way firth. The Kng llsh marriage law a Bent eloping couples to Scotland Just nn the divorce Inua f 47 of our elate make Iteno rieslvahle fur would he illvorccea, and therein Ilea tirettm lireeu's flint claim to fume. Kbet rW"on wn the figurative Crettin tiiii-n" of I'nglnnd u ii 1 11 the publico of the ruinous lliirdnlcke art f 1T.'i4. which made imntithorlxa-il niiirrlitgca voidable, Crctna (iroen thereupon hccnmlng the romance apot of tlif lirllMi Mr. All tin' Scottish Inw required im (hut two persona ehoiild declare MuMr Intention to he married III tile presence of Witnesses, mill itlC Jirltlsli Inw thi'ii, aa now, rccognltea marriage as ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 16 April 1920

" t VVVVttVVVVVVVVVVVVVV J. Tobacco Growers ! f Y Y Y Y Y Y ? V y f T Y f ? Y Y V t Y ? Y Y Y Y f c As the tobacco growers have not ,had a season for their tobacco to be stripped, I decided to extend the time which we will continue to keep open instead of closing on April 15th, I will keep open to April 29th, and will be ready to receive all the tobacco you will favor me to sell for you. I am running at a loss, and my expense is great, but I am making this sacrifice to accommodate my patrons. Rush your tobacco to our market. KRAVER'S LOOSE LEAF FLOOR Phone 132 HENDERSON, KENTUCKY ' By Henry Kraver TO THE PEOPLE OF CRITTENDEN COUNTY j Who Bought Cross Salve when I Canvassed the county some time since j If liny of you are dissatisfied in any way with the remits obtained I I want' to ve you back your money. Ami if uny ot you are pleased with the result let me know aliout j it, won't you? Mr. J. C. Guptnn aays: N Marion, Ky., March 12tli. i This is to certify that I had what two good do...

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. — 23 April 1920

mm Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, April 23, 1920. Number 39 raiiiMmniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiM THE COLYUM I III ri Good Banking is Good Business, The Best Business Connection in the World is a good bank. Most people in this community know the financial stability of this bank, but there are some who do not realize how easily they can get our resources behind them. This Year of Grace 1920 will be filled with financial problems. Some of them are likely to perplex the average man of business. These prob lems are a regular thing with us and because we have mastered so many of them, we may be able to help you with yours. Anyhow, we would like to. Come in and let's talk it over. And of course our talk is confidential. In the Matter of Investments let us recommend Liberty Bonds, which may be obtained now at attractive terms, and U. S. Treasury Saving Cer tificates in (100 and 11000 denominations. We will be glad to show you anything that you may want to know about t...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 23 April 1920

Why Marion Men Like to Buy Clothes at Hammer's They can come in here and be taken care of in a business-like way; quickly without "fuss." They get Hart Schaffner and Marx. Stein Bloch and Fashion Park clothes; the finest made. $45 $50 $55 and up They look better and last longer than other clothes. HAMMER "SPECIAL" SUITS $30 to $45 BOY'S LONG TROUSER SUITS $20 and up Men like our guarantee; they know they'll get their money's worth if not they'll get their money back. 317 Main Street Evansville We refund fares on M. R. A. plan. Save the Barn By Using ftEP5PflT Neglected barns quickly decay. Paint them when they need it with Spot Barn paint It is especially prepared for saving bam surfaces and is the best barn paint you can get FOR SALE BY T. H. COCHRAN & CO. n- v il . ... x, iaG ,0 ro I .... THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., April 23. 1920. W. F. and W. P. HOGARD, Kditort and Publisher!. Diamond Hog and Pig Meal 20 to 25r' protein. Contains fifty percent more nutriments for hog g...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 23 April 1920

The 1920 Chautauqua rej?in now to plan to attend the Chau tauqua to be held in Marion this year. The program is to be the best one yet. True it is several weeks till time to attend Chautauqua but it is not too soon to talk Chautauqua with your neighbors, and either buy or have your season tickets reserved for you. Let's make the Marion Chautauqua the bijrtfest one in western Kentucky- This can easily be done if every one will take a hand in boosting it and the best way to boost is to buy a season ticket for each member of your family- and .influence your neighbor to do likewise. The cost is small and the re turns big. Buy a Season Ticket this Year ly Lct ha n K4T1 Beware "Doped" Cough Syrup! Refuse nny toiiph mixture containing Opium, Morphine, Chloroform, Codeine or ether dangerous, habit-forming drugs. They "dope" the system and frequently do great harm. They are not good tor anybody, and positively dangerous for babies and children, it,. r r:rc u. - I. ...knit.. harmless herbs; k...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 23 April 1920

) f Write for Our Diamond Book This booklet illustrates the newest styles in diamond rings, bar pins, pendants, etc. The styles shown in this booklet are correct and "up to the minute." It also explains in detail our method of selling diamonds on convenient monthly payments. We send selection packages of diamonds to choose from. Write today for your copy of this booklet. 512 FOURTH AVE or SEELBACH HOTEL BLOC TnmcviiTT: y .1 SHU1 '"'gg1 y Getting the Most oat of Those Evenings-at-Home With nrasic every kind of mu sic the finest operatic gems, the favorite orchestra and band numbers, the songs of long ago, the rhythmic, foot-teasing dances of the minute and the Broad way bits of tune. You get them all when you own i Pathe Phonograph. No mat ter what the music is, its playing is as vivid and lifelike and real as if the artist himself were right there. Sa-AjiMa-'SalaaaB- r i-LjL-J COSTS NO MORE' THAN THE ORDINARY PHONOGRAPH though its peerless tone is not to be compared with that of the...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 23 April 1920

A Great Underprice Sale Extraordinary Special Sale of all Millinery! We will place on sale 150 trimmed hats prices from $2.50 to $18.00, .all these reduced They are all this season's newest and latest models. Suits reduced from our higher priced lines. Savings from $10.00 to $25.00 on ev ery suit. Wonderful Value on Spring Coats. Crepe de Chine and Georgette Blouses Price from $5.00 to $20.00 Special Prices on Petticoats, White Sateen, Taffetas, Satin Our Entire Stock of New Spring Dresses Including Taffetas. Satin, Jerseys, Georgettes. Graduation Dresses TEN PER CENT OFF THE REGULAR PRICE OF ENTIRE STOCK Beginning Saturday April 21th and contin ueing 10 days. COME . . COME COME WILL SAVE YOU $s MOORE & PICKENS A Good Place to Go When Hungry Local News SEED CORX FOR SALE Big white, red cob, test BC. IS. per bu. E. B. HUNT & Co. a .. List your farm with N. If you wuut to Hell. FOR SALE Fruit rx In a larsAV haifura wrltl freshen in May and June. K. PARIS Murlon Ky. 39Z E. Belt...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 23 April 1920

? 1 ' Attention To Tobacco Growers ? ? ? I ? ? f T ? ? ? Y ? ? ? ? ? Y ? ? t f ? T ? ? Y ? Y As the tobacco growers have not had a season for their tobacco to be stripped, A decided to extend the time which we will continue to keep open instead of closing on April 15th, I will keep open to April 29th, and will be ready to receive all the tobacco uoy will favor me to sell for you. I am running at a loss, and my expense is great, but I am making this sacrifice to accommodate my patrons. Rush your tobacco to our market. Phone 132 KRAVER'S LOOSE LEAF FLOOR HENDERSON, KENTUCKY By Henry Kraver CiowTI LEVIAS. i Cm IIMUSMIMII iiuiutn Cox Can Win Kentucky Daitcrata, j.u are aaked to send delegate to the iu Francisco Convention pledged te iorte aaao bo can win. That man la Jumee tL Cot, Uovera er of Ohl.. Here la a candidate whoae record aa vote-getter U knewa. Three tl:uea h. baa been elected doveruor of to. aunuaHf Republican fciete of Ohio. Twice lie was elected to Congnv by hp majorities ...

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. — 23 April 1920

t t t To Tobacco Growers ! Afctaiiioii! ? ? T T ? T ? ? ? t ? t ? ? ? T t ? ? t t T T ? ? T ? ? ? As the tobacco growers have not had a season for their tobacco to be stripped, decided to extend the time which we will continue to keep open instead of closing on April 15th, I will keep open to April 29th, and will be ready to receive all the tobacco uoy will favor me to sell for you. I am running at a loss, and my expense is great, but I am making this sacrifice to accommodate my patrons. Rush your tobacco to our market. KRAVER'S LOOSE LEAF FLOOR HENDERSON, KENTUCKY By Henry Kraver Phone 132 no i Cm niiiiiiiiMuiMuuMiaiiiiiMiiiaiiiiiaiiiiiiaiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuium Cox Can Win Kentucky Demvcrata, jr.u arc asked to aead delegate to Ui. Sm KrancUco Convention pledged t. Inn. aian who cu win. That man la Janet M. One, Covent or of Ohio. Here la a candidal, whoa, record aa a vote-fetter la known. Three time ha has been elected fiov.rnor of the AoruiaH? ttepubUcau fciate of Ohio. Twic e lie w...

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. — 30 April 1920

fife mitt. Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, April 30, 1920. Number 40 Progress for You ! That's what the new home of Marion Bank spells. It's a durable monument of correct dealings an incen tive to the regard of each dollar. Your account should lie part of the magnificent total of $575,000.00 of our de- K)SitS. Bonded officials and fire proof and burglar proof vaults, plus fire and burglar insurance makes your money and bonds safe. Don't wait till we have moved into our new home, begin your account now and join the "Home Coming" procession. Savings accounts may be started with $1.00 interest at 3'.; compounded semi-annually. MARION BANK HWV, ISN'T IT? I NAII DMTII Charles Edward llaynes, tittle mm of Mr. anil Mr. C. I). Haynea at Ave o'clock Tuesday niorn- ItUKiKNT AMI III XT RELIEF ORGANIZATION ON EARTH The KaWutlon Army hait been ao modest that the average man, or wo The Elliabelhtown New re- m,.r.l it t...UHtlk IPKIIVA I h tt I It .,,.,n ,11. ,......r -.......

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 30 April 1920

4 Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, April 30, 1920. Number 40 4 IAIKHIMV HELD Progress for You! That's what the new home of Marion Bank spells. U'h a durable monument of correct dealings an incen tive to the regard of each dollar. Your account should lie part of the magnificent total of $575,000.00 of our de- MlsitS. Bonded officials and fire proof and burglar proof vaults, plus fire and burglar insurance makes your money and bonds safe. Don't wait till we have moved into our new home, begin your account now and join the "Home Coming" procession. Savings accounts may be started with $1.00 Interest at .1'! compounded semi-annually. MARION BANK MAW. HVT ITT i utn iti-tni iih;;knt ami iikxt relief OIMiAM.ATI II Minn .... . .... v ... I Charles Edward Haynes, little garUs'lt Mr h.'r1" M:- 'n,'MrrJ'- V' ""H Th- Salvation Army has been .o m.in. will fimii un uilvcrtlHi-d tiiatlres, shuve 1 Incidentally It Is a publisher. Every time it goes to press it pub lishes 72 p...

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