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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 14 May 1920

Richard P. Ernst Announces For United States Senator THE CRITTENDEN PRESS I SEE I j s 3i- it-. I t i r flip HON. RICHARD P. ERNST. Covington, Ky., May 10th, 1920. Fur some time pant it has been known to many of my Republican friends throughout the State that I would be a candidate for the Republican nomination for United States Senator. I now desire to make public announcement of that fact. I keenly appreciate the responsibility and im portance of this high position, and, in the event of my election, I will give to the duties of this oflire the best there is in me, and will represent the peo ple of Kentucky and the United States tj the best of my ability. I desire, also, to take advantage of this oppor tunity to express my sincere thanks to the many Republicans throughout the State who have, with out solicitation on my part, so kindly and gener ously offered me their support. RICHARD P. ERNST. Strouse&Bros. Evansville;ind. iD Hi-Art-Hi Clothes for Graduation Day The younger men ...

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. — 14 May 1920

Richard P. Ernst Announces For United States Senator 1 HON. RICHARD P. ERNST. Covington, Ky., May 10th, 1920. For some time past it has been known to many of my Republican friends throughout the State that I would be a candidate for the Republican nomination for United States Senator. I now desire to make public announcement of that fact. I keenly appreciate the responsibility and im portance of this high position, and, in the event of my election, I will give to the duties of this office the best there is in me, and will represent the peo ple of Kentucky and the United States 1j the best of my ability. I desire, also, to take advantage of this oppor tunity to express my sincere thanks to the many Republicans throughout the State who have, with out solicitation on my part, so kindly and gener ously offered me their support. RICHARD P. ERNST. Adv. rj 1 1 1 1 r 1 Strouse&Bros. Evansvillerind. D Hi-Art-Hi Clothes for Graduation Day The younger men who are looking forward to the gre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 14 May 1920

THE CHITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY "Anything In peitleklcr hap'iicd While I've ! gone?" asked Mrs. Johnson, upon ' Iiit rriuni from tin1 quilting l i'. "You lifliini!" triumphantly replied flap .Iiiiiiii uf l:tiniiiis Ridge, who hull remain i nt home, "i inly one nf till- rhllilri'ii till out of it live, one Intel tln creek, iiihI one got scalded; only three 1 1 1 1 1 something over onto Illt'lrsi'lvcS. Jim two pit dog Ml, luit tin tl"g set hUelf iitiro, mill amongst Vm they IiihI only seven fights, it lid ttirlii few didn't iiiniiimt to liuth'n." Kiiiimih citv Star. Specially in Winter. "I see you have h great ninny unte helium homes nlinut here," remarked the visitor. "So we tuive, replied the Southern planter. "Most nf them ure falling Into ruliiH, though." "Hut I thought the Smith huil struck Its stride ntul whs now prnKreKitlveT" "That's tlie very reason why those antebellum mansions are being desert el. They ore Intig on lookH and short on comfort." KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS Con...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 14 May 1920

. 1 THE CRITTENDEN PEESS, MARION, KENTUCKY 4 "Anything in pcrtlcklcr Itn m-iim1 While I've been gone?" n.-kcil Mrs. Johnson, 11 1 ti ' her rvluni limn ttu quilling "Yini liiMrlnv'." trltiiniliiiriil.v replied fi'llp .li'llll-oll llf lilllllIIS Ithlgc, wlio Iiih! ri iii.iiiii i lit heme, "only nni of tin- children fell uut nf H tree, due Info tin' creek, mill one gut Ncuhlcd; only three mlli'it something over unto tlii'lrs.-h.n. Jh-i !m p.t dug tilt, tmt tin- dog set lilhiflf iillre, nml iiuioiigt Vln they linil only seven fights, and tlit'in few didn't iiiimuiit to nuth'n." Kansas (itv smr. Specially In Winter. "I see you liuve II great ninny unte helium homes nlmiit In iv," remarked the visitor. "So wo have," replied (lie Southern planter. "Most of tlii'in uru fulling Into ruins, tliouuh." "Hut I thought the South had struck IIm stride and was now progressive?" "That's the very reason why those antebellum mansions lire lu l iik desert im. They nre long on looks and Hlifrrt on comfo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 14 May 1920

' t ? T ? T T Y T Y T T t Y ? T T Y Y ? Y Y Y T Y Y T Y Y y Y Y y Y y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y J Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X J I Providence Loose Leaf Warehouse Still Open Last Monday we sold 1 5,000 pounds of tobacco at an average of 13c per pound and had five buyers on the floor. We are going to keep our warehouse open until we notify you otherwise, and want to say that if you want a square deal send your tobacco to us. We will make every effort to get the top dollar out of your crop and make you a satisfied patron. There is lots of tobaoco in the bams yet. Bring it here and let us sell it for you. PROVIDENCE LOOSE LEAF WAREHOUSE Providence, Ky. t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y T 1 When Results Count The housewife who takes pride in the goodnest of her baking will find KENTUCKIANS SEE HOW MONEY IS SPENT Thii Stat li In the -0. K,H Provlnea of the 6alvation Army With Four Other States. Kentucky Executive Strengly Ena'oraaa Work of the Salvation Army i In This Stat...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 14 May 1920

If you want your car Died see I - T T X 'e I: L oc alN i ews : Miss Kuth Moore was in Princeton lust week. It will pay you to read this advertisement as it tells the truth and offers you seasonable merchandise at very attractive prices. Courteous salespeople will be pleased to show you the following at Carnahan's Store. Tub silk shirting, satin stripe, per yard $2.1)0 Alice blue v (Jeorgette I Crepe de Chine at pel- yard, $2.90 Grey Hlaek Navy I'ink Rose All the Hoosier brown domestic and Hope bleach domestic at per yard 25c and 85c A good heavy cheviot shirting at 35c This Store is making a special price on about 15(H) yards of mat ting we have just received. All pretty patterns. Quality guaran teed. This store is also offering a great bargain in dress gingham at, while it lasts, only, yard ..35c We have an extra large supply of mens shirts both for work and dress. Prices from $1.00 to $14 Matting rugs, 9x12 size only $0.00 and $0.50 Straw hats for boys and men. Prices from 30c to ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 14 May 1920

V TEE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION KENTUCKY ir. . I f ? ? T T ? ? T V AaV Frantic WithPain A Physical Wreck From Kidney 1 rouble, But DOAN'S Made Her WelL 'Kidney trouble made a comnlcte wreck of me," snj-t Mrs. Win. Uarvev, 621 N. Eighth St., Grants 1W Ore. "1 was bo despondent ami miserable it seemed 1 had nothing left to live fr. Death would have been a welcome re lief, ror mi months 1 waa in l?d and never expected to leave it alive. I waa too weak to move without the help of my nurse and no nervous 1 screamed when die touched me. My back and head hurt like throbbing tooth arhe. I had awful dizzy spells, my eye sight failed, my lunula and feet felt dead. I waa nam- racked all over. The kidney secretion looked like thick, black coffee ami burned terribly. They almost stopped passing and then my feet bloated like bacs of water. 1 was frantic with pain, ami thought I would lose my reason. "I had lot all faith in medicine and tried Dnan't Kidney Pills only be cause a dear friend asked me...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 14 May 1920

.Mi THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY Welcome Relief From the Tortures of Rheumatism GOOD STYLE IN SUMMER WRAPS Baby Specialists. 'J'HAr thero are Physicians who specialize on Infant ailments you know. All Physicians understand Infant troubles : all Physicians treat them. It is his profession, his duty, to know human ills from the Stork to the Great Beyond. But in serious cases he calls in the Specialist Why? He knows as every Mother knows, or ought to know, that Baby is just a baby, needing special treat ment, special remedies. Can a Mother be less thoughtful ? Can a Mother try to relieve Baby with a remedy that she would use for herself? Ask yourself; and answer honestly! Always remember that Baby is just a baby. And remembering this you will remember that Fletcher's Castoria is made especially for Infants and Children. Cn Come Only From the Proper Treatment. Many forma u( rheumatism are caused by tnllllona of tiny nenna that Infest tlu blood, and until the blond la absolutel...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 14 May 1920

LEVIAS BLACKBURN 1 f il 4 OD-4RT P Corsets JTrorvt Laced Quality Lines We atk you to compare MODART Corsets, front laced, with any other corsets. We ask you to compare for Quality, Lines, Workmanship. And when you have fciven it a thorough, impartial test by wearinft it we will leave it to your judgment whether or not there it any other front-laced corset in the MODART class. We chose to ipecialize on the MODART front-laced corset to feature it in our adver tising, to recommend it to our customers only after a thorough study and search of the corset field. And only after we were convinced that no other front-laced corsets compared with the MODART in quality and fine-fitting features, did we choose them. Our expert, scientific corset fitting service always at your free disposal D. 0. CARNAHAN Marion, Kentucky After spending several weeks vis iting friends and relatives here Mrs. Line I'm vulsoii went to Marion Tues day fur a visit with her sUter Mrs. John Ijiiul). J. II. Price wife u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 21 May 1920

"X. r i a i- Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, May 21, 1920. Number 43 , PIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM THE COLYUM mm 1 0 Are You Preparing YOURSELF FOR OLD AGE? STATISTICS show that a vast majority of the people of the United Statt's are di'endents after they are past the age of Hixty. " THIS is because Americans are a nation of Bpenders many people spending their income before receiving it. We advise that you stop spending your money for non essentials. THE MORAL of this is that you can easily avoid becoming depend ent on others when you are old by saving at least one fourth of your income systematically. Make up your mind to form this habit, and naturally your confidence in the old reliable MARION BANK will lead you there for a safe place to keep your savings and in addition to absolute safety you draw three ier cent interest compounded every six months. ONE DOLLAR will start you as a depositor and you will be treated with us much courtesy on a one ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 21 May 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PEESS. MARION, KENTUCKY FROM FORTY-FIVE TO SIXTY A Word of Help to Women of Middle Age From Mrs. Ranejr. Morse. Okla. "When I waa a eeara eld Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- I pound carried me through the critical period of the Change of Life in safety. I am over 60 and have raised a family of eight children and am in fine health. My daughter and daughters-in-law recommend your Vegetable Com pound and I still take it occasionally my- elf. You are at liberty to use my name if you wish.' -Mrs. ALICE Raney, Morse, Oklahoma. Change of Life is one of the must critical periods of a woman's existence. ' This good old-fashioned root and herb remedy may be relied upon to overcome the distressing symptoms which accom pany it and women everywhere should remember that there is no other remedy known to carry women so successfully through this trying period as Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If you want special advice write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., (con fidential)...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 21 May 1920

DGDSOf STOPS SALE CM1EL rDodson's Liver Tone" is Taking Place of Dangerous, Sickening Chemical, Say Druggists Kv-ry druggist In town ha noticed event fit 1 1 1 ii k off In tin. mil), of r"1 ' Tiny nil give the hiune rca- -in. I iihIkiiii'ii Liver Tone U Hiking il place. , "t'nlumel iii diim.-erou nml people know It." Ii.Mls.nrii .vw Ton Is r mHiiilly guaranteed by every druggist Will) WllH It. A large, llOtllc dlN-Sll't ct very much hut f It falls to give easy relief In every case of liver slug glNluiPNS hihI r.Milli!itlon, Just ask fur your money hark. The Right Way In all rasas of DISTEMPER, PINKEYE INFLUENZA, COLDS, ETC. of all horses, brood mama, culia and aUlllnna la u "SPOILN THEM" en the tnnirui or in in f..d with SPOHN'S DISTEMPER COMPOUND tllvy the remedy l. alt of them It acts n fna blood anil (lands. It routs th. diaeaaa hy eirliia; the a"erms. It wanla off th trouble, no matter how trier are "eiioaet ' a few dropa a day prevent thoaa eapoaeil from ronlract ii dlaeaae ('....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 21 May 1920

torn ,!)f iJUlf' JlkTil EVERY MAN IN MARION Who is about to buy a new straw hat for the 1920 season will find here at the High Art Store 60 new styles in Straw Hats and Panamas. 15 different weaves of straw and tropical grass The famous Hopkins Straws with the patented ventilated band are here. Prices For mm h ; -l I 4MU BT -A I vm -- - -" m v- i' r i4 ' i n , if 'ft ii,r" i Straw Hats and Panamas $2 up to $7 Strouse & Bros. Evansville, Indiana Paid Post Pnspakl onMailOnwi r m is1"' I i A 1 'f- wmm THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., May 21. 1920. By W. F. and W. P. HOGARD. Miss Leaffa Wilborn, News Editor. Entered as second-class matter February 9th, 1878, at the postoffice at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00 per year cash in advance Vq Refold Fares. Eat Pure Corn Meal Do not take chances on getting corrt meal that may have weevil, dirt and trash ground into it. Ask your grocer for MEADOWS MILL MEAL because all the weevil, t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 21 May 1920

c ANTI-SUICIDE CLUD FOR DOWN AND OUTERS Famous Gilbert and Sullivan light Opera, "Pinafore," at Chautauqua Here r aaa; H 4 A1 tuWH jn. t .... i i ".r, lUrf .,fW. JTN.'V vv,s, Vi-t'. , y . V Chautauqua Week Here, June 23 to June 30 KENTUCKY GIRL AT awwwvvtBil ; DnnTU uncBIT The Most WelcomeTi That Ever Came to Market Men Who Appreciate Superlative Values Prefer The Bruntwick In every great tire factory, the chief question is: "How much can we give for the money?" And the product depends on the policy adopted. Every man who has become ac quainted with Brunswick Tires knows that Brunswick standards arc again evident This famous con cernnoted as a leader in every line it entered since 1845 has once more proved that its policy is right A perfect tire is simply a matter of knowledge and standards and skill. No secrets nor patents pre vent making an ideal tire. But standards come first For in tire making there is vast room for skimping, for subtle economies, for hidden shortcomings. Makers...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 21 May 1920

Famous Light Opera "Pinafore" Fifth Night Red path Chautauqua Sick Men! St Mistake 3 'W!WMtgj uill Sy FURNACES diff.T r.3 much as people, as.d 'va welcome a comparison of t'.ieCahill wiili other pipL-lejafunuicea. The "insidea" c' 11 funar.u aro vhat count, and llwt ia whera the Cchill excel- i'he c -sun-jr-M u;i nsua!,'y twv;, unusually thick and unmua'.'y v:i iv.ud ws: ii:iishi d. T..J r.'.tuna that heat is retain-! i;r.(or h u CaMll I -- . -, i'vt l!w r;ilat;on of heat i9 greater, icaatut! iJ k.-C. W-s -it. -in ;-.:. ij quired, and that crsckuig and breai. intr of vil !' 2r' 4 " '"niinate " tm" atllS guarantee Greater durability, economy ai.a lo.ivcnience. Caliil The Cthill Furnnee is the result of 40 wars manufacturing experience, nc-d embodies the am manufacturing ideals which have n'iven to Cahid Grates and Firci luce Fixtures, an er vkblo r- rotation for O'-V.y and di-.mmkbiUty. LET OUR SERVICE DEPAKTM." f HELP YOU We wl'.l flad' v aid you with advice, aV- lutf I7 frw, ur.S w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 21 May 1920

Providence Loose Leaf Warehouse Still Open Last Monday we sold 15,000 pounds of tobacco at an t r ? T T t J ? T ? ? ? ? T T T ? Y ? ? Y Y Y v t Y Y I Mrs. Walter Evanaville last McConnell was week shopping. Mrs. George Kice is the guest of Mrs. of Henderson. Hubert Cook. 1 Mrs. Frank Williams of Fords Ferry was In the city shopping Saturday. average of 1 3c per pound and had five buyers on the floor. We are going to keep our warehouse open until we notify you otherwise, and want to say that if you want a square deal send your tobacco to us. We will make every effort to get the top dollar out of your crop and make you a satisfied patron. There is lots of tobaoco in the barns yet. Bring it here and let us sell it for you. PROVIDENCE LOOSE LEAF WAREHOUSE Providence, Ky. Mrs. Lucy Davidson spent last week visiting her son. Mr. T. Grant Mr. David Carter, Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Carter spent Sunday in Hop kinsville, X Y t t Y Y Y T Y Y ? I A. Chevrolet Four Ninety The Product of Experience M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 21 May 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY Act Content! 15 1 luid Drachnl I mxmi 1 VBBMI JlilJ" JUL 1 1 ai r.nHOL-3 PER CENT. .A..;wrlillMllMNtU((1 T it"1"""' r l iTri Dears me S-Si-US' Thereby Promoting D0", fWffoineM ana kcsiwuh- UetOierOpam.Morpliinenof MlneraLNotrsAHcawv CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always CROPS SUITABLE FOR PROVIDING FOWLS WITH VARIOUS ESSENTIAL GREEN FEEDS With fingers! Corns lift out and costs only few cents AhTlDfuTRcnwirj'fi"' . i M 1: H ers'rar cv.".? x s Avatar i 11 .VI Signature UFT CORNS OFF ff DOESNT HURT Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA thi Cfrrraue coneanv, new rtM crrr. H1 ERE it an offer backed by one of your personal (nend L a man wnom you nave known tor a loni time, and in whose honesty yeu hare implicit confidence. Thit nun u your local aramtist. He will tell you that he hat been aclling Hunt's Salve,' formerly called Hunt'i Cure erer ince he hat been in buaineaa, under tbe ttrict ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 21 May 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY HURT ALL OYER DESTITUTE SEEKING RELIEF IN, JERUSALEM Sure teller 4 W 111 a a . ' W rosy cheeks and red lips come from good digestion. wrlaley's Is a delicious aid to the teeth, breath, appcuic ano digestion. Seated Tight Kept Right HI III i.. C J I ' '! U WRIGLEY5jc.tP"?T: MtdMUmr -23 Ji PERFECT riiM ri&U f RFHIVIdrJIin CHEWING ouMr Hs Knows Bftt. Hostess You can't ilanceT Ni.h ! I saw you duiiclng with MIm Jones th other night. The tlocst Yes, and she hssn't spoken to m line. London TH-lltta, Forjnore than Forty Years Cotton Growers have known (hat POTASH PAYS More than 11,651.200 Tons of Potash Salts had been imported and used in the United States in the 20 yean previous to January, 19il,'when shipments eeased. Of this 6,460,700 Tons consisted of KAINIT which the cotton grower knew was both a plant food and a preventive of blijrht and rust, with it came also 1,312.400 Tons of 20 per cent MANURE SALT which haa the Mine rfTrr' on Cotton, bu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 21 May 1920

5 THIS STORE has a very large stock and by buying in large quantities can assist our many customers in beating the High Cost of Living by offering them this op portunity of buying seasonable goods at very low prices. We are sure you have appreciated the sales we have given in the past and wll avail yourself of this one. WORKING towards one purpose that of giving the greatest amount of value for every dollar our customers spend and giving them merchandise that is satis factory. We have bought a great quan tity of merchandise and for 14 days will be able to offer them at these exception ally moderate prices as quoted below. ? ? ? ? T ? ? T ? t t f ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? v f ? T t ? T ? T T f f ? ? "T ' T T ? :f ? ?' .? ? T T f I , 1 f ? -t ? ? t t ? ? ? T ? ",? ? T ? ? ? ? ? j t t ? t T ? T ii. 1. Saturday, May 14 Days-Bid MONEY SA June 7th VNG SALE 14 Days Entire Stock Will Be Reduced. Merchandise Exchanged During this Sale, But No Money Refunded on Any Purchases Durin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 28 May 1920

to Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, May 28, 1920. Number 44 i. - i. ami THECOLYUM ilj: il 4 A Bank of Character For more than a third of a century the policy of this bunk lias been marked by adherence to sound banking principles, which has won for it the confidence and patronage of the leading citizens, corporations and firms of the county. MARION BANK HAS A PLACE ON THE HONOR ROLL which is not a matter of good luck, but of good methods persistently adhered to during its thirty three years of existence. An HONOR ROLL BANK, and seeking your business on its record. MARION BANK A SAl'K HANK MARION. KENTUCKY SCHOOL Cl.OSKS ' tra anil a flute duet was riven by Mi its Robbie Fowler and Mls Mil- Tht Marinn traded and High School rloscd tail Monday with an excellent yeats work dune. There wa a large crowd attended the (hap rl exercise Muiidnv morning and none wire di apxiinted an the pro gram rendered liy the little folks wa one t he appreciated. I The graduating Clas...

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