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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 28 May 1920

v , ii. i THE CRITTENDEN PRESS. MARION, KENTUCKY I- Accepted for Life Insurance Easily Patted Examination Although Previouily Told Condition. Wat Hopeless "I v m bstl off with kidney trouble I bad to fj up my work engineer," my J. B. Ragles 21H West COih 8eet. Chicago, 111. "Mv back gave wt completely It was is weak an if It were liroken. Often 1 tossed and turned the whole night long. 1 be came dizzy and would have to grab the nearest object to keep from fall ing. At timet the kid ney lecreliona hardly passed at all, while again thi-y would be profuse nd oblige me to arise time and time again. The urine burned cruelly. lost twenty-five pounds in weight; and 1 had taken no many thing without reiki I became discouraged: in fact, 1 waa told there was no help for me. "At last I began with Uan'l Kid ney Pills, and they made a new man of me. It wasn't any time before I waa hack to normal weight and had paswd a life insurance examination, without aiy trouble. Ovrr twelve years have since ...

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. — 28 May 1920

THE CHITTENDEN PEESS, MARION, KENTUCKY CALOMEL HORROR PRETTY DRESS FOR JUNE BRIDESMAID Lift offCorns! Doesn't hurt bit and Frceiona costs only a lew cents. SI ffJDEC mm TOLD 0! DDDSOH You Don't Need to Sicken, or Salivate Yourse.f Start Liver. Gripe to Vmi'ic l.i'liuiM. sluggish. lOII feel llcml.iiliy, j,,r No,r, jimr I, nun. II How liliil ol uangornu ml lllltt els. Nero's my ciiurnnr.-.- Ak y..ilr drug Plsl fi.e .. I da. J" "' ' I'N1 J hli'l till..- it M,i,fri,ni!-l,. ni.csti I -tnrl ii. 1. 1 -ll!li!lfl'f -tlllil ll Mill I. ml, jour ik in )" n vile, I" Man liv,.r ,! store ami .IVft irit Mir lU.T III,. I Hrill-'hlon ' ,KUt "I' '"Hit limn calmnol ,! ',I,"M" -' ' I" f tr or making y..ii sick I " " go hack lo the ( I Ji'lir limner. " ;'ni. t,,.,,y nml tomorrow Ml "III f.el weak and M,k ,,, .,. ello.. I -..li t Ins,. ,;,y. ',c. spoonful ,,f harmless. ,.t,.,l. ,, "i' I h.r Tim,. tonight i,. . ,, f l i ..!. ti.ii.i. it H ,1.rf,.,.,iy ,trill. less. s j-H,. it ,,. . i,,;,;,',.,, U11V time. ...

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. — 28 May 1920

COMING! i ' Monday, May 31st AND ALL THE WEEK Hamilton Players Formally Hamilton-Lasley Playes PRESENTING ALL NEW PLAYS AND VAUDEVILLE THE OPENING PLAY "By Order of the Court" A Rural Comedy Drama. Full of Laughable Situations FEATURING ALSO A JAZZ ORCHESTRA AND BAND THE TENT IS WATER PROOF, NO DAN GER OF GETTING WET Doors open at 7:15 Orche.stry at 8:00 P. M. Curtain Raises at 8:15 PRICES CHILDREN 15c Mr. Hamilton considers this company one of the best he has ever had. ADULTS 35c We're tfointf to help break the backbone of high prices by of fering a 20 Per Cent Reduction from our actual prices now on . all Men's, Boys' and Children's fancy suits with restrictions placed only on all serges. Throughout the coufiry bitf merchants are makinjr similar concessions, wo for one in Kvnnsville are iromK to help too. We ure not too proud to fiirht ami help hrinjr on lower prices and better days to this nation. Strouse & Bros. Kvansville, Indiana IS0 pgmj paid tat THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Mari...

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. — 28 May 1920

OK 4 t I S3 Louise Stallings Lyric Mezzo-Soprano Tlxird Night Redpath Chautauqua Louise Stallings is a notable artist who has won the hearts of Chautauqua audiences. i Alsotthe Mendelssohn Trio One of America's Strong Musical Companies Afternoon and.night third day. Redpath Chautauqua Seven, Big Days 'Season TickeU.$2.75,Plu 10 Tax Chautauqua Week Here June 23 to 30 BLACKBURN Written for last week Mesdamcs E. J. and Buford Van hounier spent Sunday with H. M. Vanhoosier und wife. Walter Hopkins and O. J. MeCon nell went to town Saturduy. Missea Willie and Munuiel Trav is spent Saturduy at the home of Miss Alma Leneave. Lenneth Brown is preparing for a country store in this vicinity. Mrs. Clara Boyd und Miss rcarii Davis attended the funeral of Rich-1 ard Jones at the Pleasant Hill Cem-, etery Friday. ! Mr. Glenn Orr made a nying trip to Blackford Saturday. Mix Carrie Travis (went a few ilnv last week with her grand-par- ents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stembridge. Miss Peurl Davis spent one e...

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. — 28 May 1920

and we is pportufflty for two . 01 farmers to catch up with their spring work ! THE ON TRACTOR You all know how you have been delayed this spring by the wet weather. You know hard it is EE IS T ME to get sufficient help. REMEDY FOR TWO OF YOU ! We have in stock for immediate delivery two complete FORDSON tractor outfits that will enable you to do as much breaking or discing in a day and night as 18 mules and four men can do in a day. Every day counts now so we advise immediate action. Outfit consists of FORDSON tractor with pulley, Oliver gang plow, and 7-ft. disc harrow. Price complete $128.50. No use to tell you you about the wonderful FORDSON tractoryou all know what it is. Ask Ray Oliver what he thinks of the FORDSON. FOSTER & TUCKER Telephone 275 FORD CARS Marion, Ky.

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. — 28 May 1920

f ? ? T T ? ? J ? ? ? ? ? ? T T t T ? ? ? ? ? 1 Providence Loose Leaf Warehouse Still Open i ? ? ? r ? t ? ? ? ? ? Y ? ? ? ? ? ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Last Monday we sold 15,000 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 barns yet. Bring it here and let us sell it for you. PROVIDENCE LOOSE LEAF WAREHOUSE Providence, Ky. PLEADS FOR MORE COMFORT Tire Guarantees The Zlg-Zag Tread II.K TIHKS arc gnuruntml nut for a specified -J number of mile luit guaranteed to give you satin factory svrvirp. Analyze tlir oiHM-ifir mileage guarantee. It is noth ing more nor Ion than a hasis for adjustment. ou want milengr service not adjustments. Tlie Lre Tire guarantee is barked by the strength of (he (!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. — 28 May 1920

-THE DARLING OF THE U.S. AM JOAN OF ARC 1920 I V Tk 5tWiM Amgr hif H m U BMhmH Ik Yb da A(mm. THE SALVATION ARMY Mh Il0.000.000. . awtW . wk, 4t poor. th. d SU CIVMiM v... alUn 4 I .1. . f . . . r jvasW Am The StWtbos Aaf Lmb (-Tk. DU CI Ur4) ' f. ' .-,v ; "...A MM U.; my fc If W. ( n(J f tfJ. omUry. ASrJ?n a i w Organized . , ' HEY, YANK! rSeiwi-D M CATHEDRAL Unselfishness! r- Christianity" J.'- C0BLEN2 MONT SEC h ., . IWW Dr. ST. MIHIEL? uL. - -? w , fc M Ui w wfMchU and THE salvation army Salvation A rmy The salvation army lassies IrtrTT T WELL, WHAT ABOUT IT ' -i-"" . DTW Am TW An T1- slv,io A t-f TK. Ai- "Z'ZSX 1) "- , tut . H-s i Si h-a, MU. HW M 10.20. IMS M.y 10.2a 1920 M.f IO-2a & f3 .-'V as-.- I ! 1 i ' I, D i . . Doom? Out? Cht Salvation Army TIm SUiiaa Air loa Smt Appwl Mm 10.2a WO D Mv n-a n ALVATION ARMY Hcme Service Appeal Crittenden County Drive Friday and Saturday, May 28 and 29 Is Crittenden's Quota Give When You're Called Upon -It's a Worthy Cause. $500.oo A M...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 28 May 1920

Don't set the idea that because paint is more expensive than in for mer years that you can't afford to paint. It is cheaper to paint than to let your property depreciate. Beautiful Patterns in Wall Paper Though we have sold a lot of wall paper this spring we still have a very complete stock with a wide range of patterns to select from. We bought our wall paper last fall and since that time it has advanced 67 in price-and we are selling at the old price. Hotter paper your home this spring and save money by doing so. CIII-NAMI in All Colors ... For beautifying your home on the inside. Touch up the wood work and floors with Chinamel. JAS. H. ORME DRUGGIST "All That the Name Implies" FARM BARGAINS W Acres 1 l-l miles from Marion near Federal romi iir'y. S Acre tract of land with lots of fruit, well watered, four room house, kmhI l,arn, on the edjje of town. Price rijrht. Kik'ht room two xtory residence, close in, for Hale at a lai'Kuin. 1HI Acre farm on Kederel highway survey within thr...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 28 May 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRE S3, HAEION, KENTUCKY T We are done with little thlnklig; We are done with little deeds; We are done with potty conduit: We are done with narrow ereetls. Wc have crown to men and women And we've noble work to do, And loday we are a people With a larger point of view. . THREE MEALS A DAY. To begin the day, n little season able fruit la Rhviiys appropriate, and at this seuson strawberries tire beginning to lie nbundnnt; noth ing could lie Mime appetizing than n dish of the fresh red berries served around a mound of powdered sugar. The berries are lint hulled and are eaten from the tin fc'ors, dipping the berry Into tbe sugar. . A dlsli of any preferred rereal fol lows the fruit. Whole wheat soaked overnight nnd rooked until tender and gelatinous makes an Ideal breakfast food, and one which Is both wholesome and Inexpensive. Take the wheat from the granary or bny it ul tin' mill; wash carefully after picking It over to remove any chuff anil seed, then soak and cook un...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 28 May 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY ZION-Deautifii WORKERS ALWAYS IN DANGER RHODESIA "LAND OF 0PHIR7" United States a Real Democracy Only When It Votes for President. Head Hunters Wage Constant Warfars Archeologlsts Have Long Contended for anil Against Arguments to That Effect i IB IX M VI Againit Camphor Producers in tin Forests of Formosa. Formosa, owned hy Japan, holds a 6.navava Temple on tne Zii' national iwiiiv-The neyiest ft tin- luii h ii i ii 1 :irk Msteiii, I'Hal.lMu'il last No vember - -Ik likely In have tunny Visitor this mii. in. Some l go ! II It!. It Hi'tt. Olhol Will U" be muse nf the rlului of l liili lluil lull equal Yiiofinlii In benuty nf form Ami fur cri I It In lii uiily of color. Ami Mill oiler ulll go I uu-e nf die story nf n mysterious rlllT dwelling Unit Im I tl dlsnnereil - iilnl Is he- 'H in he Iiiiii-i i llli' mill tint ti-li r I by the band uf iiiniltin num. More r. n mi ui, it riiiii'M, ullti iniiiiy ruin .iIIhIih. Iiiih hcetl illx'oM red lu inn in....

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 28 May 1920

sw!-r i-.-f-r r 5 WHY : FAY MORE When You Can Buy High Grade Merchandise at the Big Money Saving Sale for 8 More Days h. Y ? J T Y Y t ? Y ? T f ? Y ? ? Y ? ? T ? ? T ? T ? ? Y ? ? Y f ? ? T ? X Y Y t ? ? ? ? I ? ? X ? ? ? ? x ? T Y Y X ? X ? Y X J t t f ? T ? ? ? t ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 5! t t T X ? t ? ? Y 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 S days will be able to offer them at these exception ally moderate prices as quoted below. Entire Stock Will Be Reduced. Merchandise Exchanged During this Sale...

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. — 4 June 1920

i Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, June 4, 1920. Number 45 r Build Up Your Own Success and Prosperity Save as much money as you possibly can. Educate yourself for greater things by keeping track of the small things of today. ' These things are possible through opening an ac count with Marion Hank and adding to it continuously. MARION BANK Established 1887 Marion, Ky. Wonders of Burtank, Plant Wizard, Theme of Chautauqua Lecture DECORATION DAY BASK BALL On Sunday RfU'rnoon, at Maple virw Cemeteiy, Decoraiton Day waa observed in a very appropriate man ner. Everyone came laden " with flowers' with which to decorate the last resting place of loved ones and friend and no grave waa neglected. A splendid program waa K'ven, which opened with a tonic "Meet Me There," Kev. Jan. Rcnfro offering, the invocation followed by a duet by Mr. and Mm. W. R. Yateii. Judge S. Nunn made an appropriate the little Misses Guesa sang a hi co-worker and ,iu,.i ami the nroirram waa cloie...

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. — 4 June 1920

t THE CRITTENDEN PRE33, MAEION. KENTUCKY .m P I Br - x;-W 111 II A LostllaVensacK- ro I I 1 1 1 l.-V II Wmm pirn rib-kir-i'k lit ja1! ii ii t-v. .r- ir Ml uiuoioii lurce, nun- noil v 1 rl Sigi Into Nc Man's Land In I vV rtffllu VIV CALOMEL DANGER TOLD BY DODSON Says You Cannot Gripe, Sicken, or Salivate Yourself if You Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead Gatamet Iflsw you n day I You know wfcat nJouiel In. It's mercury ; quick sillvw. ' Calomel Is dangerous. It crashes; into imtir (die Hkt dynamite, cramping ami 'sickening yon. Ciiloinel attarlm the tames and should never lie put Into your system. Vhra you fed billons, sluttish, constipated and all knocked out timl believe yoa need B dose of dangerous catmnrt turt mnpnilit-r t lint your druc IfiKt ntMn for a few routs n Inrse bot tle of Dortwm'n Ut Tone, which Is entirely veietnhle rnd pleasant to take and Is a perfi-ct stihstitute for calomel. It Is puarnnteed to Wart your liver without stlrrliiK "'l I Inside, and can not salivate. ...

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. — 4 June 1920

mv. rrirrr.WN PRESS. MARION. KENTUCKY BRACE UP! Hi man or woman with rk kid eve it half cni'jiWl. A Unit, it iff lack, with id constant, dull ch and akarp, eliontllig twinges, makes the aimplrst tak a i.iinlt-n. lirndiichra, dmy angary diaordere and an "all worn out feeling are duily eourrrs of di.trrai. IV.n't nr,-h-ct kiilm-v wrakncea and risk gravel, ilion.y or Uright's iliM-ase. (irt a box of )an'a Kidney Pills. Thy have ln-lped ntl.fr people the world over. Alk your netyhburt A MLnUtippi Case tin. M a 1 1 1 . I.ui, nioUrl Kt. 8lurkTfT. Ml.. . V ! "I ufTred dread- fully villi paint in I'm mull ,f my hack and coulj rotrilly litirtl one way or tin iher ri-' hi.an'1 Kidney lull. ... t - . u. mi i Km i, I... - in.... i i i r n-ijiri me rmm the flrst erl rontinucd uh cured me of the altacii." fet Doea'a at Any Store, 60c a Bet DOAN'S k;,dlmuV FOSTER. MILBUrJi CO, BUFFALO. N. Y. Taii-No-More "Ctt Skin Scautifiar? always- i ocTwren you (and tho dun. binrt preit I tb trmm Itvf tan or bi...

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. — 4 June 1920

Tffi CETITEXlffiV PEES5' Ka-iur., F:.v., Jiut- 4. ISfJ. tnar-!". as -mu na:ur r-ttrnju--, stir. tr. a: tor put-clLcr ' Jia-?atr.. hantiiMc.';. uuuw- tur nr. if 'iffr if Jiairr. :ift;. i.-T""" aaa -"- .i-.-r.t W.l"-T. IKUil.'. I. II nr-ir-i t"aii frr" var- -salt. .1 I' ll anvauvi- - ,r a,rrmt. Tar ar:trr auiUilii'- -r mita: QiKC m milllirc .1 " . 4ui: m airaj.r tail i. ai" art. cU-urta- t iairf r u.iain j a miuii arm: .. aro auula timti J' il-am.- ' ,..- l w ok ounaar. a-aar. I. na-i- fa - niiv nmuac grmiMtUw f &- ' -3ttaf- -- by ?'. F. am. . - h'JtV.RX. jt- -:. au.nr ji ta" vmt ant ar oa r- t iii "".- " -" ... ' .tt...lr tar kMU aiU. I , ui -r- ' i . . - rua-iar r li : aiasntat .1 arm ier. J"" --mriuin. a jrj.-t. -j::- i!a am. or ittr .uan:.k. v-f.-vuni. "i. w.i jnjnuvn tar OTrtttr " aruiiuc ic ... am f.i- :.t aa...- i" anna- ar ntfwisiauw -I ! U a .mum- -1 aV Ji tar - ha- fiu mia: if f-:. am itKruiiip Vttt ytuir aunt aai. t" v i' - u a.ii.-.:a tar xuui: i- ta- t- f ' - r r.w- n...

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. — 4 June 1920

0 V 4 Don't pet the idea that because paint is more expensive than in for mer years that you can't afford to paint. It is cheaper to paint than to let your property depreciate. Beautiful Patterns in Wall Paper Though we have sold a lot of wall paper this spring we still have a very complete stock with a wide range of patterns to select from. We bought our wall paper last fall and since that time it has advanced 67 in price and we are selling at the old price. Better paper your home this spring and save money by doing so. CIII-NAMEL in All Colors For beautifying your home on the inside. Touch up the wood work and floors with Chinamel. JAS. H. ORME DRUGGIST ' "All That the Name Implies" Buy That Diamond NOW! Wc will sell you a high grade dia mond at the right price. Write for election package of diamands 512 FOURTH EELfiAOi HOTEL BLDQ FARM BARGAINS J8 Acres 1 1-1 rnilea from Marion near Federal rond Mirvey. H Aero tract of land with Kits of fruit, well watered, four mm house, thxI hum...

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. — 4 June 1920

tf" c. 'iTV..'iii'fij . 1 ; .', .....; fir" .- - . THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MAItlON, KENTUCKY I 1-: : 1. ! t i : 4 GOULD NOT HOLD JUT LONGER Virginia Lady Realized She Couldn't Stay Nervous, Weak, Pale, and Hold Out Much Longer. Cardui Helped Her. Dublin, Va. Mrs. Sallle Ilughett, of Route 2, this place, recently related her Interesting experience In recover Ins her health, saying: "When . . . came on I was In e very bnd condition and nothing the doctor gave ne did me any good. Some say you have to let this take Its course . . . but I knew there ought to be something to give relief. I was nervous, weak and rnle. I couldn't eat or sleep to do any good, and felt I couldn't stand this very long. "I heard and read of Cardui, and how It had benefited other women In the fame condition, so decided to use It myself. After my first bottle I felt better, so, of course, kept It up, and It did the work. "It helped me as nothing else did. I began to pick up right away. I ate and slept and could res...

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. — 4 June 1920

THE CRITTENDEN YtLZ&S, MABION, KENTUCKY i f CITY MARKETS HELP j r Abovt: Atlanta.'! Modern Wholesale Food rectly Into Warehouses. Dclow: lice Center, (I'repsrtil ly tl' t'nltisl Hl:itet Ivpart-llit-nt nf Aki nullum I llik'li f'Hl price likely would re ceive n wmtv Ji-ll If rirry city Willi n piiptiliitlnii of itiint) ,,r inure wniilil Tutttl It ii city final tt'rtit 1 1 iii I fur I(m IhiIi-hIc trnclB, the Imri'iiii of iiutr set uf t tit I'lilted Stnts department of agriculture believe. All liiriie i:iiriiMHii cities huvc wh WiirLets nir I llicy lutve prnvetl very helpful In keeping itnun tlitf rwt of fiMxt iliHirlliullnii. Tlu title i if tlil country luive been lnv In u I 1 1 n M any klri't nf n nnlllcd tcntiliinl system. Mutt of llicin arc pMtlni; nliing ut bett tln-y run wllh mi plitn. All but Hume of tin- Miuillot slc ii mm II y time Sev ern! m-nlliTcil tentiinitl lit which inI prfcluct arc imloiitled frnm train, tnt or truck. Kroim-iitly the wlmlenile limite are Im-nted at m...

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. — 4 June 1920

Widely-Known Singer to Be Heard at Chautauqua III . JT :--eil 1 i - i L 1 'i ' 1 l 'II f 1 ' ' . T "Cv-'SNiA' W ill I MM PWill the Farmer Be Able toll t it ai Furnish Enough Food-Stuffs? This is just one of many important questions discussed by Hon. C. G. Jordan in his great lecture "THE IMPORTANCE OF THE FARM IN MODERN LIFE" 5th Afternoon Redpath Chautauqua Just One of 15 Big Attractions Season Tickets only $2.75, Plus 109b Tax lU,;aiPF.nPATH CHAUlAUUAlgjji Chautauqua Week Here June 23 to 30 icli en! 27 Years Experience . ' DR. LUCKETT ufe, speedy and permanent curt for money VVX.SBS X CAW SHOW tOV T Weak, Nervous, Diseased nnCotnldtr marriage UUn l 'unless you havs true bill of health, or. If you have violated the lawa of nature. Many man mak thla mistake through neg lect. Ignorance or Improper treatment. consequently domestic discord and on happinesa followa. If you have violated the lawa of your God. or nature, or have tainted blood, nerv ousness, lack of confidence, baahfulness...

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. — 11 June 1920

T Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, June 11, 1920. Number 46 jj f ; jiMMmimmimmiMiMiiiiiinmiimiiiimiimiMimmmimmiiiiMMmimiiiiiiiiimiimmi niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim A - i JIIIIIIII1III1III1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIII11IIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIII1I1IIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllk ii- S """"HINMIMI! lllllllllll Ml IIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIt IUIIIIIinillllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL llllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIinillllll Henry & Henry Marble, Granite and Green River Stone Monuments A HOME INDUSTRY H Ivet us show you our monumental work, visit our H p plant and see the actual work that you want. All let- jf terinp and carving is done by skilled workmen of proven S ability whose work cannot be surpassed in any city in g 1 the world. THEREFORE BUY AT HOME then you g H can see the work you are getting and know exactly what you have bought. , Illlllllll!l!-:...

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