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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 25 June 1920

I THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY I; ARM Shake Into Your Shoe Sprinkle In the root Bath ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE The Antiseptic, Healing Powder tor toe heet, for Tired, Swollen, TVnder Fret, Com, Hunlons, Blisters, Callouses. It frrhu the feet and makes walk Inaeasy. l.S(i,iUpoundsoJ powder fur the feet men used by our arm; and navy during the war. for Allen's foot-Knee. Sold everywhere. 4k r-i"'k ana Quick Work. Fat Lady So you real'y think a massage machine will reduce my waist. Where can I get one? Doctor 1 Jos' saw a steam roller go down th" street THOUSANDS AGREE AST0 THIS That Black-Draught Is Excellent for Stomach and Liver Disor ders, Hence Its Great Pop ularity. Mississippi Plant er's Indorsement. It Is boiler to make good on e than to bluff tw!iv. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine Houston. Miss. Mr. J. A. Trenor, a well-known planter of this place, re cently related Ills experience In using Tliedford's Muck-Draught. I don't believe there Is it better liver medicine made," sa...

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. — 25 June 1920

NERVOUS PROSTRATION Mr. J. Christman Proved That Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound U a Remedy for this Trouble. Pingnemton, N. Y. "I was In a very ' .er year, mv 'I'm 'Jt'tn:n fmnd was gloomy, IiJ." 1 OU III nut rwL.I., .. ' ,. - KUI. III! fmything, could not it ---'"a,, t-'uni not Htwurk ami M ... , tt Rl 'Mllhuve anyone to . ,5 . 'IW- I'wtnr'smed- to? 5 ".fliju-inedid not help me ffl , -md Lv.!ia E. I'm!;. WhamS Viable ; U'-umpound was re- ' 'KSV ..T'0I""iendcd. I took V V i'i" "M ini now . tiv recom tUmUmJClUftld it t all afflict. - -r- - ao nil! CL i-d with nervous prtiatn,tiun."-Mr,a J ClUUSTHAS, m fjuk Street, UW ton, New Yoik. The purees, of Lvdia E. Pinkliam'a rgetatile Compound, made from roots and lierba. u unparalleled. lt may u.v-d with perfect cutilldence by women whoautter from nervous prostration, displacement Inflammation, ulccra' ton, irrppularltlea. nri.Miic pains, Lack ache, bearing-down f,!,,,,. t1atu!Mjc-y. induration and dinineisi. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegeta...

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. — 25 June 1920

MOa-'- ;.) v i Write For Our Diamond Book MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY I 9 WW 0 WEJQM MILL FARM BAY, JUNE 29ft, ID i I Mr. S. M. Jenkins, having decided to retire from active business life, has contracted with us to sell his Wilson Hill Farm, together with all his other holdings in and around Marion, at absolute auction, without any reserve whatsoever, on Tuesday, June 29th. Besides the Wilson Farm, we will sell the Electric Light and Water Plant, the magnificent residence in which he lives, the Park'Wilsonia Apartments, and a few extra choice' residence sites facing on Main, Depot and CoUeffe St Also the following chattels; 10 head milch cows and heifers, 2 brood mares, one with mule colt at ride, 1 pr. 2 year old mules, 1 wagon, 1 buggy, 1 mower, 1 wheat drill, plow harness and miscellaneous fanning machinery. OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO YOU. This is a genuine sale. We have no other kind. We sell no properties privately, but do an exclusive auction business. No set price, no reserve, no puff...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 2 July 1920

4' Volume 42. Illllllllllllllllllllll Henry & Henry Marble, Granite and Green River Stone Monuments A HOME INDUSTRY Ut us show you our monumental work, visit our plant and see the actual work that you want. All let tering and carving is done by skilled workmen of proven ability whose work cannot be surpassed in any city in the world. THEREFORE BUY AT HOME then you can see the work you anf getting and know exactly what you have bought . PS .milium;; I.I B OWNERS Hl'MII.lATEl) Al the Crinceton ball game last Wednesday on of the Marion play ers did our of the most contemn- libit thing known in base ball de-1 liberately laid down and quit. Onr of th moil urpruinif things about' It wai that the playrr wn a home! boy, born and raised right here In Marlon. The owneri of the team were actually ashamed to come bark ' to town because of their deep humil iation. Thin distressing incident will not atop baseball In Marion though for the ownera art truing . to iret another pitcher and go rght...

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. — 2 July 1920

THE CRrr-EN-DSN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY DADDYJEVENING '.ax mOICfSTKJ Sure Relief I .y jk (, 3. IWnt To Give - Pleuant To Take ooo which quickly atimulatea baby' digestion and regulate movement, It it fact that babie and children like to take SBAVIMSIOWJ SYRUP The Infant' and Children' Regulator - Um irrtm. wapanHn rm af. addad la nrh fmtint kan habr't bow.lt STT"' "? "'' combination cf vralabia immsliania pnnnntly ov.n-omaa 7 1 wind coixa, nalulancy, cuoaupauoa andollterdiaunjur mdmi lw uua lawthtn tinw. . Tfc " pubiMKd turmala iiitn on mrr laM alwara knnw what too J" rvmT Mrm- Winalowa Syrup coata mora to maka at coau yuu i.o mora taaa ardour baby laWJTaa. At All Dmggtilt ANGLO-AMERICAN DRUG CO, 215-217 Fulton St, Nw York CtmmmtStOma JLnU: Harutd F. Rltchta. Co., Int. New York London-Toronto 1 Saved An Operation MB. W. P. NELSON, a merchant of Uixon,Tenn., says: That the daughter f one of bia neighbor, Mr. Jamea Roberta, was in ruch a condition with bmaiw trouble that an operation ...

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. — 2 July 1920

THE CFITTENDTO PREFS. MARION. KENTUCKY THE MISERY OF BACKACHE swvTc Removed by Lydia E. Pink, ham' Vegetable Compound. Muakrirnn. Mich "p. .i . ?f:,r!, "f Un' that I r-"um hardly wa'k. !;diu K. Pinkham's 'c-!jetatle Com oiind wiw recom mended td rm ami it made nic gtHid and strong nj'iiui so that I am ithlo to do all my work. 1 highly recommend your medicine and toll 7i Ml v. is everyone I meet what it did for me." 1r. fl v.-. " 1 v. . m I ' ry i .1 lk.U, ii-w Wood Ave, Muskegon, Muh. Woman's Precious Gift The one which shu should most tenU oiuly ,ard is her health, hut sho often negjecu to di bo in season until some ailment peculiar to h'-r sex hiu fastened itself U)i.n her. When so affected women may rely upon I.vd; C I'ink ham i Vegetable Cmisitind. a remedy that has Ix-en Wonderfully successful m restoring health to tuilotiiig women. If ymihavo the allchtost doubt that Lydia H I'inkham'a Vegetable Com Iunl will help y(1U( wriUi to Lydia K. rmkham Medicine (V. (confidential) I.yn...

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. — 2 July 1920

pl I i I II I . , . , S - -I. THE CRITTENDEN PRESS ' vwvv Marion, Ky.. July 2, 1920. REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF THE MARION BANK Doing business at the town of Marion, County of Crittenden. State of Ken tucky, at the close of business on the 19th day of June, 1920. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $340,813.27 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 1,873.8? Stocks, Bonds and other Securities 61,498.00 Due from Banks 6(5,750.93 Cash on hand 17,871.49 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 10,000.00 Total $498. 807.56 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in cash $20,000.00 Surplus Fund 30,000.00 Undivided Proflt. less expenses and taxes paid 5,483.91 Deposits subject to check $313,476.90 Time Deposits 129,846.75 Total Deposits 443,323.65 Total $498. 807.56 State of Kentucky, County of Crittenden, Set We. J. W. Blue, Jr. T. J. Yandell President and Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. J. W. BLUE JR- President T. J...

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. — 2 July 1920

local I Judge Aaron Tower of Piney wai in town Monday atending court. Mr. J. E. Phillips of Tolu was in town Monday. Mr. Kelrov LaRue of Ltviu w in th city shopjng Monday. Mrs. Russet Gray of Paducah ia the guest of Mrs. J. P. Guess. I MUa Nelle Walker spent Sunday with friend in Cory don. I Mr. Jess Tyner of New Salem a here attending Court Monday. I Mr. W. C. Tyner of New Salem I attended Court her Tuesday. Minn Marie Hughes spent the first V or the week with friends near Sha dy Grove. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Asbv of Fav etteville. Tenn- arrived Saturday and are the guests or their daughter Mrs, Medley Caiman. Mra. Madeline Babb, of Hodgen vilta is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jenkins. Miss Dolli. iwi. n.t..i ' Mi"". Je.wel A"1 ? Fayettevill. Creek attended the Ch.uUuuu. HE y anJST ' week and visited Miss Gladys Craves. 1 V Lanna Mrs. M. E. Baron and little daughter, Miss Caroline were guesta of Mrs. Levi Cook last week. Hon. Chas. Fergueson of Smith land is attending Court...

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. — 2 July 1920

"PTE CRITTENDEN rRFSS. MRTON, KENTUCKY leftCff CM i Mr, r.asli ,'..r.. -ntnl I made ii TAFFETA SILK IN USE EVERYWHERE B v l x t LADY F T TXT TTX CAWI Time is money! Yes, and time cuMa money; It's rather an expensive w- i tide to mmt! people. GOOD THINCS TO TRY. J Several years ago prune w hip was 1 1 nmmion dish well liked; hero Is II ! good recipe to re vive : Prune Whip. Tiike thioeipinr tor llf II llllll of prune, slew. ; und when suft put through a ml niider. Add fmir tuhlcspnoufula .f sugar, the while of four eggs well beaten ami one tin! f : cupful of nut meal. Add the sugar, then the nut men is, then the prunes, i folding nil rnrefu'ly I in o the egi:s. Kltivor with vanilla or serve with Whipped cream flavored tit taste. Tapioca Pudding. Take one-fourth Of II cupful of tuplocn. rover with cold : wnter and mink over night ; drain well. Heat the yolks of two egg with one liulf riipful of sugar and one-fourth teiispnoiiful of ult; add this to tnp locu mid return nM to llie iloii...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 2 July 1920

L fvw rPTwnw imr.M. MARION. KENTUCKY i ' 1 i. TUBERCULOSIS IN , . vakiuus mtm Relative Freedom From Disease Dpnonrlc. nn Kind nf Mnmnu. I' monf HorH Rnmitoc Percentage of Reactor In Purebred Hereford Herds Wat Unusually Low Eradication Meaiurei Are Encouraged. sTrepttrrd hy II, linllnl fUMre !rpurt nirnt of Aa-rlrulluie The relative fr.i'ii.mi .if a herd of cattle from tuberculosis depends on the klml of imiiiiiucmciit tin- herd re ceives rather Hian iihiii ii resistance Inherent In the cattle llicms.'lvos. Till mm IiikIoii, applying Ik 14 recog- 'w' hr Is of utile In th,. lulled Slates, I bused on it k( inly of olllclnl lut-r til In test record for nearly half iiillllini animals. As ii IiiisIh fur an swering liniuirli-s regarding I In- pi vn-'em-e of tuberculosis n various classes and breeds of cnltlc. the f,.!nil ho rcaii of iiiiltiuil Industry has upMcd till of lis (-I record Hii),,- Hi,. ginning of tuhcrculosls-crii'llcatlon work Result of Tuberculin Tests. Tin results, though r...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 2 July 1920

The Zig-Zag Tread abchanlcallj and aeltaUfleallf oar mt fur gnauat atmrlir wlar ail tuul coniimana. Tba iiij4 eun aluc u on, bolli ildn of tlx txtrt wlda. law Iwad. Hkiildlnt la mlnlBilKt ParalM Bftj Bam of Uw "PUm Tnn" ud rtraliM Cmtrr Ua of mad an thick rubbar aloda that aa. M la kaapluf Uw nbatla Puncture-Proof with Every Cord-Quality LEE Cord Puncture-Proofs are the only J cord tires that can win an argument with steel. Let the thinnest, toughest, sharpest nail or stoutest spike try to pierce the triple thickness of steel discs. They cannot pass. Your tuhe is safe. The cord construction is uninjured. Not a cord cut or weak ened, for the steel discs are placed be tween the cords and the tread. For eighteen months Lee Cord Punc "PllI iTl IT3IT3 Laver View of LEE Cord Puncture Proof CAMELS have wonder ful full-bodied mellow- mildness and a flavor as refreshing as it is new. Camels quality and Camels blend of choice Turkish and Domestic tobaccos win you on merits. Camels blend never...

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. — 6 July 1920

. v ISSUED TWICE EVERY WEEK Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Tuesday, July 6, 1920. Number 50 s : 3 llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllll Henry & Henry , Marble, Granite and Green River Stone Monuments 1 fa 3 I S A HOME INDUSTRY Ix?t us show you our monumental work, visit our plant and see the actual work that you want. All let tering and carving is done by skilled workmen of proven ability whose work cannot be surpassed in any city in the world. THEREFORE BUY AT HOME then you can see the work you are getting and know exactly what you have bought. LARGE SUM FOR ROADS IN STATE WASHINGTON I). C. C. F. Mar vln, assistant secretary of agrlcul turf announces that the aum of $1, 8M.755.43 ban been apportioned to tbs Stale of Kentucky at Federal aid U be used in the construction f highways during the fiscal year which began July 1. The ' Ptoney U appropriated with the eiplirit undeUnding that either the Stale or the...

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. — 6 July 1920

a a . . ..t,-calav "MARSE HENRY" WATTERSON SAYS THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky.. July 6. 1920. i A. t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t et tlte Day If i? i? ., it t t t By W. F. and W. P. HOGARD. Miss Leaffa Wilborn, News Editor, 1 Entered aa aeoond-class matter February 9th, 1878. at the postoflice at Marten, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1877. ' ' 1 - SUBSCRIPTION KATES $2.00 per year cash in advance Monday, July 1 Kortii'fl Advprti-lim Rt?rv m'j'K. THE AMERICAN PRF.SS 4.i.U I,riON 'V TV-. THE WOOL SITUATION :Dont Forg 2th I I t " ' "" -j HENRY WATTERSON Euut Wattanaa JCmtlaniiU fcrtlea xy eoaeand go, politicians my rise and falli but the tion of the youth of the country goes on forever. Xir rural uchools nave la the pit bow too ofton dragged lato the Ire of loci politlce, and 1 1 gratifying to know that both partial Joined handa at the Hat union of tha Legislature and paaaod laea hleh will so long nj toward keeping our rural eehoola out of tha political gaaa.. Inta...

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. — 6 July 1920

Mr. E. F. Waide of Shady Grovs was in the city Friday. W. Hamilton was In Marion Fri- J. A. King of near Sturgis vat 'day. in Marion Monday. Mr. Jos. A. Lamb of Deanwood was in town Monday. Charlie Hunt was in urday. Marion Sat- 4 Charlie Huehes of Weston Vas In Marion FriilUy . Mr. -Thomas Harm of Levlus was In town Saturday, Misa Sarah Blue of Morganfield la the guest of Miss Virginia Blue. Mr. Quinry B. Iive of Paducah pent a few hours in this city Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McConnell pent a afew days last week in Daw aon Springs. Miss Lecie La Rue of Levias in town shopping Monday, was Miss Anna Lindlc of Danville, III., after a visit of tfo weeks with Miss Forest Ilammack left Saturday for Sturgis. H. C. Hill of Tribune was in Ma rlon Saturday, Prof. Frank Ncwcom of Nisgra are visiting; and family in Marion. Mr. Henry Patton of Horse Cave spent the week end with friends in this city. Miss Anna Stembridge spent the week end at Levias the guest of her sister. Mrs. Cecil La Rue. ...

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. — 6 July 1920

BEST EGGS FOR SUMMER TRADE Immense Loss Due Largely to Improper Handling Between Farm and Market. FOWLS FORAGE FOR LIVING Carlssnes In Gathering and Combi nation of Mongrel Stock, Dirty Notts and Other Undesirable Condi, tiom Cause Loot. (Prepared by Die United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) Of the 1,1."7,000,UOO down of eggs produced annually In the United States, It Is estlmuted Mint nearly 8 per cent of those marketed are a total loss. This Is due largely to Improper handling between the fnrru and the . market. Many fanners look upon eg- as a by-product, and the returns as so much clear gnin. The heus forage for a living; eggs are gmhered when ever convenient and kept almost any where. With such carelessness and a combination of mongrel stock, dirty nests, stolen nests of hr. ilv hens, un confined mules, Inte-iuiiiurlng pullets and other undesirable conditions. Is It any -wonder that the product In cludes a high percentage of small, cracked, dirty, stale, hoi, led and even r...

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. — 9 July 1920

t ft . 4 J ISSUED TWICE EVERY WEEK "i Yn ft" IV ft ', CLAIM SLAUGHTER IS IN HOPKINS UtMltK ILAIMS MEMBERS OF bank koi1hkhs gang are under si kvkii.lance That the rendezvous of Tom' Slaughter, daring bank rubber, and hU gang 1m been located in the hills of Hopkins county and U under sur veillance of officers and that SIKQI) Worth of Liberty bond stolen from Kentucky banks will be recovered was the statement made today by J. I', McKeown, private detective who told of an experience with two alleged confederates of Slaughter a week ago at Horse Cave, Ky. Mr. McKeown said thut the mem bers of Slaughter's gang were allowed to outwit officers and escape because of the great desire of the officer to trap Slaughter through his confed erates. Mr. McKeown said that a week ago he and others who are investigating bank robberies received information that Slaughter was in the vicinity of Horse Cave. He said that the follow ing morning the officers came upon two men in the act of breaking into the ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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