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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 11 June 1920

5 mm Iksn. anjsatap really umlerstaud you? D JO awiierand yourself? MOTHER! Cillfornh Syrup of Figs Chili's Dcst Laxative Accept "Ctfiferalm" Syrr? of rig? oaij loot; far th nne California an to patsac. the saw are (are your child Is having; the hot aad cuti harm less) pbysar fur the Drrte steexsch, liver md buweH. ChUrirm Ww its froiry taste. Ftjtt tfirartJaaa aa each bcXt. Yaa Biast saw OSftjnrta." A1t. ltwUffervae ta fittl pruisise re ulr i a xreat w-La-5a. Qst-a Saay far ik Complexion. Karhjax better than Cutx-ora Soap laity aatf tXmomtnt aea aad tbeo. as aeesieii ra make the ewoapieiiea. dear. 'P eWw and hands soft aad white. Add to this th ffaarlaafat. fragrant IVVwrw Tatevaa aa! yaa have the lni"rB T0 Trta Adf. HE KSFSf HIS LIMITATIONS Small Boy DMfcYt He Weald Aiwomit ta aa U BaV rvr-rrnJanV awtlrcsw U. the'.r ! rrir(Mt of tf ast wwrVl are sV -rL Ttw swtt warM. .tiv1e ts a trr-v ftrrV Mhyt h haxrV." TW star wsas Sir Otwrr Ixxijre. Ili rnatwxar-A : A IttiV hay WM aM by hV 5an...

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. — 11 June 1920

THE fnr-DTN PRESS. MARION, KENTUCKY. , When Harvard Ran Lc'.tery. . Doe It make you ahudder to recall that In 1TT2 tlavard college. Instead n nuking fur subscription frum the alumni for a fund, raised .'!'.'( HI by lottery "for building nnoilicr hnll for the students of Harvard college to dwell lu"r lloston Globe. Ags Brings Benefits. A you grow older, lire Is better As your heart expands and ymir syin pathlca widen, your fisends will be come more loving and sincere. Nature's Stern Law. Achlcve-nent of whatever kind It the crown of effort, the dlndi'in of thought. Ity the aid of self control, resolution, purity, righteousness, and well directed thought a lOMn Hsierds; by the uld of iiiiliimllty, Indolence. Im purity, corruption, nod confuBlon of thought a inun descends. Allen. Alps and the Rocklss. The Swiss Alps are truverscd hy rail In Ave hours, hut the iiuignlhYeut scenery between t'nlgary und Van couver last for 3 hours' rnpld travel lUB. Character In Jewish Folklore. "I, lllll...

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. — 11 June 1920

f. A 5 1 V i i. si; 1 1 I if: !! h i t ! KA I S lINinA Y ! A A Bt W 14 Jk & DINNERS WITH US "'THE CRIITENDEX PRESS Marion. Ky.. Jen 11, 1JOL I i i i They are very appetizing: and cost you less than p cook at home. Get a pood meal, feel in a good humor, and take a good Sunday resL Givens Restaurant NORTH SIDE SQUARE By a". F. and W. P. BOGAEJX Vis Lraffa WiUinrn, New Editur. Entered a aerond-ciaK mitter Feoraary VX. It'Tb, at tto pusH'Su t HrTL Eeniatky. under tn Art of CoTi(TNf uf Karen Src, SIBSCEIITION RATES H-M per tear rant is acSanre Xiiliunt f pXbie a-e waitinr; wrJk curt: pattern a lury car muster fur tto tin V-fceB pTKtK Will niRl Ol't. Tnej tot- faux that dbe unit wiU not to ionf. deferred. Em fear they k.r duos to diatlinuintineii: . hurt ry freat reduc-tit-n c.r to expected in tto retail narked tnert mum firs: to rwfciuKUnrr.t tif tto ytrtrt of labor, raw niau-j-ik.it etc . Can yiu uufm the laborer volun Un'y rpdufirx b ware, or the - mnnuf actum feu prwdun " T&rr...

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. — 11 June 1920

Biff! Another Mighty Smash to Bring Down High Clothing Prices ! EXTRA PANTS ABSOLUTELY FREE With every two piece SUIT to Order Prices reduced to the lowest possible level .50 All Wool Extra Pants FREE! All Wool 39 Full Suit $43.50 Other suits up to $106.25. Extra Pants Free. 9 LOCAL I Mr. J. A. Umb of Iron Hill was In town Tuesday. Mr. Charles W. Fox of View was in town Saturday. Mr. J. J. Porter of Irma was in town Saturday. Mr. A. G. Cline, of Sheridan was in the city Monday. J. H. Nlmmo, the Watklna man. Telephone 289. Mr. Felix Tyner of New Salem. was in town Saturday. Mr. W. U. Stubblefield of Em- maus was in the city recently. Mr. and Mrs. Corbet Stephenson. of Mexico, were in the city Saturday. Mr. Ewell Travis of Weston spent the week end in town with relatives. Mr. W. V. Haynes of Evans ville spent a few days last week in town. Two Houses and lots for sale. ft. H. Enoch. See Although it sounds too pood to be true, the offer is bona fide in every respect. Come J and see the ...

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. — 11 June 1920

THE CROTEND1EN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY BIGGER THAN ALL Human Mind Is Real Wonder of the World. r inanimate Thlnga That Used to Ba Classed aa Marvala Ara Trivial in Comparison, According to J Dotton Writer. An up-to-dnte newspaper must have an encyclopedic editor 'Tnele Ihulley" write In tlio Huston Olobe. Ills job la to do what lie enn to quench the public tlilrst for odd scraps of mlscel Inncoua Infortnutlim. Ho lives close ty the reservoir, n library containing the records of the rnoe. One tiny he flies, a deposition about John Kllot's truncation of the Wide for the Ameri can Indians; the next moraine he ti"s tlfles thnt on September 7, lN.fJ, nt New Orleans, Jim Corbet t took the wind out of John L. Sullivan's siills In -1 rounds. There Is one stock question In par tlcular which bobs up ever nnd nnon. Wint nre the seven wond.T of the world? For purposes of reference, the number of wonders nhvnys bus been, Is now nnd ever shall be. Apparently exactly seven. Tin' almanacs never cho...

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. — 11 June 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PBE3S, MARION, KENTUCKY eTCm RBDC NutaliiS 0 It it r(briulug u utliar SEA60NABLE GOOD THINGS. A mvtl lced-teu combination which we will like to try some nf those warm summer days li tills : prepare tea lu thu ordinary fashion, sweeten It unci let It cool. When ready to serve put a apooii fill or two of lemon I c or lemon sherbet In a glun u1 cover with tli Iced ten. Cherry Betty. Butter deep dish tin! cover the bottom with pitted cher ries. Kirinkle the fruit with sugar, nutmeg and coconut with auttlclent cherry JuUe to moisten. Ou ton of this spread a luyiT of Huffy bread rruinhn; repent until the dish In full. I'IiiIkIi the tup with the crumbs. Cover ami Miinil In the own inu hour, then Uiicomt mill brown quickly. Serve tint with sweetened rri'iim us a sauce. Currant Cataup. Tnki- live pound of riirriintN. throe pmiiiilH nf augur, I'tio tiililespooiiful nf rliniiiliinu. I'll' 1 !l 1 1 1 1 ' M 1 1 1 T I ) I of llllsplcr, title tl'IISpOOII- fill of Murk popper, oh) ti...

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. — 11 June 1920

Closing t Sale ! OF Hardware and Implements We are going out of the hardware business and in order to close out our stock quickly we are pricing the goods so low they are sure to go quickly. Sale Starts Saturday, June 12th Ends Saturday, June 19th JUST A FEW OF THE SALE PRICES: John Deere disc cultivator was $65. Now $59. Avery disc cultivator was $65. Now $55. Vulcan Plows was $20 Now $15. Heavy 4 inch box breeching was $16. Now $13. 4 inch box breeching was $14. Now $11 Riding bridles, was $4.50 Now $3.75 Riding bridles was $3.50 Now $3.00 $30. Blue Grass now 75c Bale ties, 9V2 ft long no. 151-2 wire was $2. bundle now $1.65 Oil stove 4 burner was $35. now Heavy field hoes, Brand was $1. Pitch forks, Blue Grass Brand, was $1.35 now $1. Pitch forks, medium weight, was $1.15 now 85c Lap robes was $2. now $1.50 Heavy Lone Star Hames was $2. now $1.60 Other articles and implements priced just as low. All high grade merchandise. .It will pay you to come miles to attend this closing out...

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. — 18 June 1920

4 1. Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, June 18, 1920. Number 47 t 1 0 piiiiniiiiiiiiiuiin i Henry & Henry Marble, Granite and Green River Stone Monuments A HOME INDUSTRY Ixjt us show you our monumental work, visit our f plant and see the actual work that you want. All let- f tering and carving is done by skilled workmen of proven ability whose work cannot be surpassed in any city in g the world. THEREFORE BUY AT HOME then you g can see the work you are getting and know exactly s what you have bought. f iiiir,i!:iaiiiiHii!!!ii!i!r:: .aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw HARDING AND COOLIDGE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEES Deadlock Broken When Lowden Throws Vote to Senator from Ohio. Governor Calvin Coolidgre Wing Second Plaee On Ticket Over I unroot, of Wisconsin, and Allen, of Kansas. ROAD IT NO FOR STATU AT STAKE Annual revenue of $1,000,000 which would go to the construction of road in Kentucky i involvrd in thi appeal to tht .Hiipiviii Court of the decision of Fed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 18 June 1920

THE CRITTENDEN HEM. Mt!OH, KEKTUCKY UFTOFf CORNSI M ..X 1 L .lit 1 h , U7 PnMk let I.UllUI i'lip it Illlltt 1 1 i:i uit: tii dial Intnl.) li,,-i;,l l' II. Ill Di. ll Muna l,lillli,r il.i.n ).tl lilk II I if). I Mill "III. Ilu! II.,,... J Hull) u,il .l.,.il mII m (ill): Lull In i.t I l i i:.,u,ii I,. I. , ,1,1.,, tiillldi.iil in n,l .iir ii 1 1 i.i mil I...I, I I'l.lll, ki.l t rulll. HI' nun I,, I. ...I, ll.ii till'. Ullt IllllllfUa Hill,,. Ill Bulimias i.r irlMlil.) t llii i, il.tf l II, il I, .,, l, (ulkn.l i.f ili.Muiiii el l ''U t i,. . in., oil fitliiilit Ailv. Nq out it J Tiuutiia I'lil i.i.i Ml; II 1,1 I il I, III. Ill H.illll V III IB IIMll II I I I,,. l. l f,'l II,. ,1.1 1. j luuuliMiini: tiltlh tiiiil i,,. inl i' i: "III t!iilli' Hu ll! tin ii II. Ul.l) .n.l, lr li Jiriivn Uil.il. Kt ' FEELING BLUE " AU THE TIME Peter.? Taking Can...., This Geor gia lady Suffered Until She .Would Have to Sit Down U Pa HpuidfcoiVWan I , PUiy and Weak, WlU'tt. Gm Mi V A Hiiutitl, nt fcniW tl ...

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. — 18 June 1920

THE CRITTENDEir PRZ8S, MARION, KENTUCKY i How France Handles Her Forests-Her Way Just the Opposite of Ours. By WILLIAM B. GREELEY, United States Forester. A lumberjack sergeant of the Twentieth engineers remarked tlmt the lumber business in France seemed to be concerned more with growing trees tlion rutting t!i?m into boards. That iu a nutshell is the different between the timlierlaml owner in France and tlic tim ber baron of America. The conception of a forest as land producing crop after crop of wood extends from the intensively managed public forests of France down to the peasant who owiu half a hectare of poplars in a twainpy bottom. To us in the United States, who arc wont to think of fur. try iw HiiUe only for the nation or state, it is of interest to know that two-thirds of the wonderfully coi'served forests of France are owned by private citizens. The technical care of these 1G million acres of private fum-ts does not differ, iu essential respects, from that given to the Bta...

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. — 18 June 1920

v Q ad f 1 The Only Phonograph of Its Kind in the World ! i The Same Price Everywhere. Write Us or Phone Your Order. We Carry a Large Stock of Records to Select from. YATES BROS. Marion, Ky. THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky.. June 18, 1920. By W. F. and W. P. HOOARD. Mint Leaffa Wilborn, Nrwi Kditor. Entered as second-class matter February 9th, 1878, at the postofllee at Marion, Kentucky, under the Ait of Congress of March 3rd, 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00 per year cash in advance I- 1 More people are recoKiming that this Htore is fighting on their side, for our 20 Per Cent Reductions of all Men's, Boy's and Children's Fancy Spring Suits is attracting buyers from every town within a radius of 100 miles of Kvansville. The values are big the clothes are right Palm Beach, Mohair, and all the other cool and comfortable Summer Suits are bore in various shades and patterns, at low regular prices. Strouse & Bros. Kvansville, Indiana prri tetrad I i 2 : n""l;?"ttv" ' i WD KVlUiW IbaJ F...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 18 June 1920

3 ft 'Tinafore" Famous Gilbert and Sullivan Light Opera Special Lighting nd Scenic Effects Complete Production INCLUDING CHORUS and ORCHESTRA NOTABLE PRINCIPALS Sth Night Redpath Chautauqua Just One of IS Big Attractions Season Tickets only $2.75 Plus 10 Tax jfeREDPATH CHAUTAIJQllACBIggr Chautauqua Week Here June 23 to 30 To Keep American Ships on the Seas Tor the firm time slnre the CMI Wnr we hart real turn-hunt murine. Cl-t u, iii.oui.iiftil.two tu get it. The f.rmtr, manufacturer, laborer every American it lnttr.it. d In holding our petition on tho mm. At first tii'ii In Oil ttlrer-tlon II It ii.-.fiwirjr to modify Hi" nrili l. if MkiltiK rcwinierclitl treaties which have . iMi.il to tliHurt (lit uil)ull(IHi( of out mt-r liant iimrliw I'.' i Miik ilia notice of termination fur bkli tliu several trt'n irulil. I I... nc-tli.n l illrwiiMl In (lit constructive Shipping lillj Bwr l.-f in f t'lingrvwi; U . Ii ilctluipi It in t (ht policy of the United States "I.. .I., w t.iiii- it ihh...

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. — 18 June 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MA2I0N, KENTUCKY A LETTER FORWOUEN Fna Womin Whoie Seriotu ID um Wa Orercome hj Lydia L Fakhan's Vegetable Compound. Camett, Km. "I first took Lydia E. Ffnkhara's Vegetable Compound for a complete nervous breakdown follow ing the birth of my oldest child. I got op too toon which caused serious fe male trouble. I wls so weak that I was not able to be on my feet but very little and could not do my housework at all. 1 had a bad Dain in my J left aide and it would pain terribly if I stepped off a curb-stone. One day one of your book seta wis thrown in the yard and I read very word in it. There were so many wfco had been helped by your medicine that I wanted to try it and my husband went to town and cot me a bottle. It eented as though 1 felt relief after the mood dose, sol kept on until I had taken five bottles and by that time I was as well ss I could wish. About a year later I gave birth to a ten pound ley, and have hud two more children since and my health has b...

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. — 18 June 1920

4 i Backache Slowing ou Up? throbbing backache ? Feel Uuit morn ....... j n .1 ...it . inir, firm u day; eunr torturing iwiagri ai every BioTer unon to Kid- Hum mm Ia t.l.n A .i 1 .1 . W HHI"I VIU, PVI.IU Ul overwork enngeate the kiiliieye; noiatini eccumuiaie ipq nijaieriuiia erne anu Mini rami, rou may nave r-eailames kd iliirr prlla, too with rierhapi Mmlitpp immihritr. I mm Tlnnn'm VIA. nry ViWt. They have helped thou sands, ilk your neighbor I A Mississippi Case n. t. roagtre, T"l Jarksfln Ave, Tm.mi city, Mlm , y I "Home ymn ago I iuf fr( cumldrr.bly with kidney trnulil. My tim k i limn and I could h.irdly n around, ind mornin I could not etrals-litcn tip. I e o u I it hardly Ilni1 Alf In l.. tip nythln, cither. T sttrnd to my work wn lirpiiMlhlo, and 1 unr up. I tr'..-d dl(trrnt millrln--a hut nothlnn hr'txi mi until 1 bourhi Im..'. uli. nry Mill. They ni;rly cured m of my iri'utur. Cat Dwa't at Any Star, 60c Bofl DOAN'S"rLV rorTTB-Wl BURN CO.. BUFFALO, N. Y. KING PIN CHEWING...

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. — 18 June 1920

Big 'Dairy Cow Sale at Fredonia, June 19th at 1 p. m., I will offer for sale about 30 Fine Jersey Milch Cows calves by side, to the highest bidder. BLACKBURN Don't miss this opportunity to start in I he dairy business. These cows are ail tuberculin tested and range in age' from 2 to 6 years old; all first class in every way. These cows come from some of the best herds in West Tennessee. When you buy thse cows you buy from a reliable firm same people, that sold two cars of cows here last year. Anyone thinking of starting milking and haven't fully decided about it would do well to talk to anyone that has milked for a year, and ask advice and nine out of ten will frankly tell you that milking six cows will make more money than a one-man tobacco crop, just off of cream alone, besides your skim milk, which is a line hog feedgreatest thing on earth to grow pigs. Then you have the calves, and the biggest item of all is your feed utilized in the finest fertilizer on earth. Every farmer know...

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. — 25 June 1920

A Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, June 25, 1920. Number 48 r i 6 Henry & Henry Marble, Granite and Green River Stone Monuments I have dona a lot of so called Irnnrlc. ing during the last few months so thia time will try to give you a lit- ensnge or diet. tie A HOME INDUSTRY Last Sunday being the third Sun day it is hardly necessary to say that the 4d was headed towards Su gar Grove. No there was no basket dinner this time. But there was a mighty rood sub stitute at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. J.N. Dean. After the bunch had dona more than justice to the fried chicken et al. a lot of us younger ones, including Mrs. w. r. went over to the Plney Bluffs or whatever their namt is any how they are near Piney Creek, lor some much needed exercise. Let us show you our monumental work, visit our s plant and see the actual work that you want. All let- j tering and carving is done by skilled workmen of proven f ability whose Work cannot be surpassed in any city i...

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. — 25 June 1920

--'-'-XiW?-' ii i -i i trat ..-j-. .t . sTJ Twr 0 1 1 IL AM CnLN LADY LARKSPUR tes CABINET PIS tr "- to K'yF'iJi & t;v. For th world In scinon! food In pre pared und eaten at home: and no mat-tt-r how many dinners nnd biitrhrn and sailor and teamsters nnd Krm-ers hv conspired tn provide u uh k"oI food, tlie one took in tlie kltrlaii may Vitiate the product In nn hour. Helen Campbell. DISHES WITH CHILI. For nil wlio like p-iitr.v dishes tin following will lie appreciated: t By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Crpmrai try Charles rntintr' Soo 1 54 5 Mexican Hash T ii k v one hidl pollllll of boiled I f chopped Hiii'. one iniiiiiHi iiinl two cloves of gar lic, also chopped lilio. Cook the to mam iiinl Kuril' In a llltn' fin fur n few inliiiiii's. ilit'ii mid ilii' meat iiinl mil' half t-ii m fill of chill powder, one oiilmi chopped line, salt mill pepper In taslc. Tlii'ti mill tlu lirolli In wlili h (lie ini'al was cooked uinl took for twenty min utes. Boiled Ham. Cover tin liiim will. water uni...

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. — 25 June 1920

THE CRITTED'V PRESS MTtOv, KENTUCKY GOOD HIGHWAYS Vast Road-Building Program Now ' Under Way Throughout Wholo United States. POOR ROADS ADD GIG TOLL Project Have Been Approved Calling for Federal Aid to Amount of $110,840,773 Important Factor In Buying and Sailing. O'rspared by the United H nitre Depart mrnl of Agriculture.) The highway ta coming Into Ita own In America. Neglected, abused, undervalued. au) Jeoled to cheap remedies fur decades, at lust the country rnuil U being ac corded the treatment It deserves. At a cost uf hundreds nf millions, lliu United State In riilill)' overcoming the economic hiinilli'iii which hlghwuy neglect Inn no Ion u entailed. Thl Ktiii)'inliiti movement, tlir scop of which tlic I'lil'llc win imiw li mm not fully comprehend. I founded on Bound business consideration, (lood rood pity. If they (I'd not, tin- nation would nut now I. constructing and planning them on an unprecedented scale, 'liny my by iMinintlnK tin- so clal 1 1 f of tin people, hy helpi...

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. — 25 June 1920

m Ifflffllr The Only Phonograph of Its Kind in the World ! The Same Price Everywhere. Write Us or Phone Your Order. We Carry a Urge Stock of Records to Select from. YATES BROS. Marion, Ky. THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., June 25. 1920. By W. F. and W. P. HOGARD. Miss LeafTa Wilborn, News Editor. Entered as second-class matter February !Uh, 1878, at tlie postoflice at Marion, Kentucky, under the Art of Congress of March 3rd, 1877. Sl'HSCRIPTION KATES $2.00 per year cash in advance LEVIAS mm r5trouseBios I .EvansNriUgvlrid:, i! I i m-"m--mm"' -v 'it I i IM , .M JV-1I mm i PINEY FORK Let Your Body Breathe- Allow the cool breeze to reach your pores wear cool, comfortable hot weather clothes Palm Beach, Mohair, Aerpore and other cool cloth suits during the hot months. The workmanship and style of the fine (iiialities we show is earning for them the same reputation we've always won for clothes of this character. Prices are from $16.50 to $50 Come in and see them. Kvery thing else men an...

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. — 25 June 1920

Interrupted by till 1171 1 EN fire destroys a factory, ordinary fire insur- ance pays for the buildings and machinery, but production stops. Although Hartford Use and Occupancy Insurance will pay current expenses and fixed charges while, you arc closed down, nevertheless your good-will and continuous service to your clients lose much of their worth when production ceases. Most fires arc caused hy carelessness and neglect. Rigid fire prevention methods greatly diminish the chance of loss. Every concern should have both. They are provided by this acjency of the Hartford Fire Insurance Company. C. (!. Thompson Insurance Agency MARION. KENTUCKY. . To Keep American Ships on the Seas for the Unit time allies the Ctrl) War w hate reel ni. i. IihiiI marine. It runt us J.-i.tssM'1wiO to (ft It. Tht firmer, manufacturer, laborer every American la Iniarttted in holding our poiltlon on the aeaa. A u flrt sti-p In till direction It It ui'.v-nurjf tu tutxllf tlnii articles f eUstliiK rutiiiniTdnl...

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