ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Crittenden Press, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,265 items from Crittenden Press, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,265 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 20 July 1920

The Greatest Outing of the Season! on the Me STEAMER GRACE DEVERS DYCUSBURG TO tropolis and Fort Massac SUNDAY, JULY 25 th Fare $1.00 round trip; lV Lv. Dycusburg 6:30 a. ni. - Making All Way Landings. Will arrive at Fort Massac in time 10 take dinner in the Park. Come, bring your families and well-filled baskets and spend the day on the boat and see the great bridge and beautiful scenery along the river. Best of order and a good time promised to all. Steamer will leave Met ropolis at 1 p. m., and arrive at Dycusburg at 7 p. m. Yours to serve, F. 0. DEVERS, Owner and Mgr. EASE EA ? -d O P tut Maxwell Park, MARION Thursday, July 22nd Game Called at 3:30 P.M. MNCETON is coming to play Marion Red This will be the hardest fought game of the yeai. Our boys are itching for revenge and are going to make it a hot one. All Princeton will be here on a special train leaving there at 12:30. Come on fans and show Princeton you are live. GOSSAGE WILL PITCH . Admission: 25c, 35c and 50c. Poultry N...

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. — 20 July 1920

'I I .5 -lO, ---J' Z.0C4I, I -amd pric: Mr. Cecil LaRue Was in town nn business Monday. Mr. M. L. Wilson of Weston vaa in the city Monday. Mr. W. U. Hughes of Baker was in town Monday. the ES A Satisfied Customer is Sure a Good Advertisement Head what Mr. and Mru Ilicklin Hay We bought a jtointer Range from the Ma rion Hardware Company in October 1919, which gives entire tmtiKfaction. J. T. HICKLIN AND WIFE. MARION HARDWARE CO A Cool, Refreshing Drink and of course the first place you think of is the soda foun tain in this big, mod ern drug store. i JAS. H. ORME DRUGGIST "All That the Name Implies" V GLASSES FITTED WITHOUT DRUGS CroM eyes alru'ithtoiicJ without oprrulion. Any Ion duplicated. Gilchrist & Gilchrist Dr'a of Ophthalmology Marlon, Kentucky Mr. A. C. Moor was in Madi son villa last week. Darby developea kodak films, Box 687, Evansviile, Ind. Mail 'em in tf Mrs. N. L. Waddington is in Un lontown visiting friends. Miss Marie Taylor is in May field, visiting Miss Ethyln ...

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. — 20 July 1920

LACK OF TEACHERS SERIOUS PROBLEM "BETTER SIRES BETTER STOCK" 1 1 A REAL SiSTErT" I ly H. LOUIS RAYBOLD. sty x 4 - ' - - - JM lli.l'nlHiliaUIIII .1.' Hv vasaaaMssaaasBBBiaBMBaiBBaaaaNaieasaMSBijaSam lV . smn f I U isn si, is as. a I r ' xS-sk1 ''"i&xtT w11 vote uKunAi(onru( m i ! Poster Tslls Bitter Sirts Message. To present plt'tortally the results of good breeding methods, the I'nlted States department of agriculture has prepared a four-rolor poster whlrh Is now roaily for Ulstiltiullou lit tun Ires, 18 by HO Inches and 10 by 14 Inches. It deal particularly with the bet ter sires movement and Is available to those Interested In live-dock Improve tneiit. Keyuests, slating size desired, may be addressed to the division of publications, I'nlted State ilepiirtineut of agriculture, Washington. I. I- ELECT STRONG COUNTY BOARD Thinking and Patriotic People In Each County- Are Urged To Act Probltm of the Rural School Will Bs Wsll on IU Way Toward Solution Whtn Interest In School Mature...

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 July 1920

fill ISSUED TWICE every;week Volume 4.'i Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, July 23, 1920 Number 1 HARDING SPEECH OF A E Republican Nominee at Notification Ceremonies Discusses Problems Confronting Nation "HOLD HERITAGE AMERICAN NATIONALITY UNIMPAIRED" Advocate Party Responsibility Ai Distinguished From Dictatorial and Autocratic Perianal Rule In Refer ring to League of Nations, Says Wc Do Not Mean to Shun a Single Re sponsibility of This Republic to World Clvllliation Favors Protec tive Tariff, Merchant Marine, a Small Army, Woman Suffrage and National Budget. Marlon, Ohio. (Spocla1)Warren J. Harding wu officially notified her of lili nomliintlon an the Republican candldutu for tli presidency. Ills spew !i (.f ai reptance It. In part, as follows: Chairman Ixtdt;. Members of Not I flralluu Committee, Member) of Na tional Cniiuiilt.'o, I .adieu nml Onlle luen: Tim ini-miUM whlih you have formally conveyed brink lo in a real IsalUm of renpottnllitllty villi h la lint UndrrUi...

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. — 23 July 1920

4 A The Exclusive Shop for Women TOE VANITY SHOP JL at D. O. CARNAHAN'S The Exclusive Shop for Women The Vanity Shop's Low Prices Reveal Many Ways to Freshen Wardrobes Economically Be here as soon as the doors are open and get picking choice Necessary Conditions Governing this Sale No Exchanges-No Returns for Credit-No Approvals t ? ? T : I ? T ? ? J J I ? ? ? T ? t v t ? ? Y t t ? T ? T t t ? ? ? ? : ! J Coats, Suits, Dresses July Clearance of Suite $1950-$22-50-$32 .50 Up Mr U l Tfc- " -A m July Clearance Dresses $2.48,$5.00,$15,$25up July Clearance Wash Skirts $3.00, $430, $5.00 July Clearance Silk Camisoles Regular $3.95 values for $2.98 Regular $5.95 values for $4.95 Regular $7.00 values for $6.00 July Clearance GOWNS Silk and Wash and Hand Embroidered $5.50 values for . $3.50 $6.00 values for . $4.75 $10.00 values for . $8.75 $20.00 silk gowns for $15.83 Julv Clearance Waists r I Closes Satar Every progressive store alive to serving its Public to the limit of its ability must ...

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 July 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY A LETTER FOR WOMEN W aamataTsaWa : From a Womu Wlo$e Serioni III net Wai Overcome br Lydia L' PLnklWi Vegetable Compound. Camett, Kaa.-"I first took Lydia E. rwitham s Vegetable Compound lor complete nervous breakdown follow In the birth of my oldot chili. I got up too soon which cauMd serious fe male trouble. I wis so weak that I was not able to be on my foot but very little and could not do my housework at alL I had a bad pain in my left aide and it would pain terribly if I atepped o(T a rurb-stone. One dav one of your book lets waa thrown in the yard and I read every word in it There were ao many who had been helped by your medicine that 1 wanted to try it and my husband went to town and got me. a bottle. It seemed aa though I felt relief after the aecond dose, ao I kept on until I had taken five bottles and by that time I was aa wull aa I could wish. About a Tear latei I pave birth to a ten pound boy, and have had two more children since an...

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 July 1920

We Have Not Sold Out Our Business We have for the present only quit delivering freight and express. , We expect to continue in the coal business, moving household goods, and doing other hauling when possible. "Remember we handle the 'Trade water" Coal from No. 2 Mines, West Ken tucky Coal Co., and would say to our pa trons that owing to the exceedingly high cost of coal, for which we have to pay cash on the first of each month, it will be im possible for us to stay in the coal business unless our patrons pay us not later than the FIRST OF THE MONTH FOLLOW ING DELIVERY, so please do not expect time beyond the first of each month. We Sell the Famous TRADEWATER r mm None Better City Coal & Transfer Co. LAMB & ELKINS, Proprietors HIS CHOICE y JESSIt OOUQLA. GET RID OF YOUR UNPROFITABLE HENS i Lexington, Ky. Experience has demonstrated that it is possible to cull out the non-laying hen, sell her thereby, save the feed that she would consume and at the same time se cure practicall...

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. — 23 July 1920

1 "5 J Mfn r Hit Clearing Sale of en's Furnishings M 9 31st 7 over another season v calling year-old mer- "jes radically, realize iHon with genuinely You and we gain equally. You receive the same de pendable merchandise at Prices that mean a real in vestment for you. We clear our surplus so that we may offer you new merchandise next season. SIMPLE AND SENSIBLE, ISN'T IT? Watch the Windows During the Sale. Something Special on Saturday, July 24th and each day following during the entire Sale. It will mean money saved to you. Come to this Big 'Clearance Sale for BARGAINS Clearing Sale of Fine Shirts IF you rteed a new attractive shirt in the best quality whether it be in silk, madras or percale, it will be found at Carnahans during this sale at a price which you' have not been finding this year. A splendid op portunity is now placed before you to replenish your summer wardrobe and save considerable by the at tractive prices we offer. Clearing Sale of Underwear 64 89 '"$1.48 $154 Two p...

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. — 23 July 1920

Make Your Insurance-Savings Deposit at Your Local Bank rmi Life (Company Moines, Iowa ine For 41 Years has been selling Life Insurance at actual cost to preferred risks. Baimers What $5000 of Our Special L-70 Insurance-Savings Contract Will Do: WHAT IT WILL DO FOR YOU: 1. Will Pay You $3,734.90 in Cash as an old age benefit or a Monthly Old Age Pension. 2. If You are totally disabled all future deposits will be made for you and you will be Paid $500 Per Year as long as you live and are disabled. On your death your estate or beneficiary will be Paid $5000. $2,500 WILL DO HALF AS MUCH. What It Will Do for Your Family or Estate: 1. If you die from disease it will Pay $5000 cash or $7500 in income under our SPKC1AL INSTALLMENT INCOME SETTLEMENT. -Option One. 2. If you die from accident $10,000 cash or $15,000 in In- come under our SPEC IAL INSTALLMENT IN COME SETTLEMENT. -Option One. $10,000 WILL DO TWICE AS MUCH. Your FIRST and ALL FUTURE DEPOSITS can be made at your Local Bank. THE ST...

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. — 27 July 1920

rrr-r-- -. mm ISSUED TWICE EVERY WEEK Volume 43 Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Tuesday, July 27, 1920 Number 2 JUDGE RHKA FACES v FEDERAL CHARGE Jeha S. Rhea, Arretted At Ruasell. vifle, In Arc um4 u( Sending v" Obsfene Letter. Ruanellville, Ky-Judge John S. Rhea of the Circuit Court at Kussell vilU wan arrested thii afternoon on Unit J State warrant, charging apaecAM 1 1 tb . use . of. the United Stale .inaiii ,lo Heni) an obscene let- Ur, Hii arrest is the culmination of feud of political inception that be gan with the birth of the Russellville Mseriger. yuuVv Khea' was taken before Unit t State Comi'taioiier Gtfurge S. Hardy, who released him under .'i00 bond for preliminary hearing Thur dajr iftuf filfig 'in Howling Creen. His brother, Thomas S. Khea aliened the bond.. The arrest wan made' by United Stated Marshall A. T. Chaney. lxigan county .han long been-known a a democratic stronghold In Ken tucky, but early in 191! J. F. Logan returned to Kussellville from over sea wi...

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. — 27 July 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., July 27, 1920. By W. F. and W. P. HOGARD. Miss Leaffa Wilborn, News Editor. Entered as second-class matter February 9th. 1878, at tne postoffioe at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1877. SUBSCRIPTION 12.00 per year cash HATES in advance i nr. a vi Rt, can without cost to you, Ua him merchandise at tht old tim prices, early and often. . 1 But by the same token U it notj By the way, are you patronizing just as fair to that whenever we get I iiiniuaiiio nuu aiv auwiiisum mil Mlirvaafj uuua; inu) ua uy Ul i in the Press ? . wholesale houses we raise our prices to absorb at least part of it. If you are not you are the loser. You may dispute this, but it is an ab- We 'e'v Ust Novem. ! solute fact. The reasons are so ber f(J about 60 t of wUt ft ; many and so patent that 1 am not eMt UJ now,nd yt w, Wit going to enumerate them. But nini ouf prioe , ging,e fartU on spend your money at home anyway. them u , dealer in anything else in...

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. — 27 July 1920

I I T Are youi prepared lor Mr. A. H. Walker of Weston wu in town Saturday Mr. Bob Rushing of Fredonla was In tli city Monday. H. F. Horning wu attending to e caeem buHinvHs matters in Marion Monday Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Cain of Rod ney were in town Saturday., Douglas Nunn of Eliiabethtown, WE HAVE Ky, is visiting friends her. th g seasom? '" . ' '''lcrl A Satisfied Customer is Sure a Good Advertisement Read What Mrs. Ilarpending Says "I have used a Pointer Range for more than a year and am 'rlVctly ttatisfied with it in every way." MRS. K. L. HARPENDING MARION HARDWARE CO Keep Cool It's no trick at all to keep cool these hot days. Kat a dish of our delicious ice cream and quit thinking it is hot. Keep Well " "It's the easiest thins: in the world to keep well. When you feel "off your feed." try one of our simple remedies. Quick results at slight expense. KEEP SWEET This advice is unnecessary to la dies. They are invariably sweet. Hut still they are very fond of our select line of candi...

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. — 27 July 1920

PROGRAM PINEY DISTRICT SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION WILL-O'-THE-WISP To be Held at Sugar Grove, Saturday, July 31 MORNING 9:30 Devotional T. L. Walker! 9:45Velcome address Miss Carrie Morse 10:00 The Need of Co-operation State Worker j 10:20 The Power of the Will Ed D. Stone 10:40 The Lost Link President 11:00 Reports I i 11:30 General Discussion j NOON ! 1 :30 Devotional County Secondary Division Supt., 1 :45 Place of the Church in the Life of the Youth, Miss Howard 2:00 The Place of the Boy in the Church Paul Travis ' 2:20 The Place of the Girl in the Church, Miss Dorothy Dean 2:30 Special Songs 2:40 Story Miss Ernestine Towery 2;50 Prayer Koy McDowell 3:00 Songs Classes 3:15 What the Sunday School Has Done for Me, Mrs. W. Dollins 3:25 Discussion of the Organized Classes Miss Howard 3:45 Song and Benediction. Every one invited Come and bring plenty of dinner and let us have a spiritual feast. Come bring singing classes with reports from your school. PROGRAM Crittenden County Sunday Sc...

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 July 1920

ISSUED TWICE EVERYJWEEK Volume 43 Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, July 30, 1920 Number 3 1 4 ft K -e j 1 tr. PRINCETON ,WINS BALL GAME in Marion ball team went over to Princeton last Tuesday, and nearly everybody tine in Marion went too, tn a special train. They had blood in their eye. After winning a good clean fame from Princeton on Thurs day of last week by real hitting and better fielding, here is what the Princeton leader ha to say of the game here Thursday: "It is not our desire to reflect on ths playing ability of the Marion team, a It is a good one, but we be Neva and always will believe that we have a stronger team than has Marion, and had it not been for the breaks of the game, and the condl tton of the playing field, we would have won the game by the score of 1 to 0. In the first place; we art in formed, that Marion changd ground rules that have stood for years, to where it would of advantage to them, and so it proved to be. "There is a ditch in right field t...

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. — 30 July 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., July SO, 1920. By W F. and W. P. HOGARD. Miss Leaffa W'ilborn, News Editor. Entered A Rprnntlnatt mnttAi February 9th, 1878, at tne postoffice at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES 12.00 per ye,ar cash in advance Forein Avf rtv ioc K-pi..ri,tativF THE AMLRU.AN fULbS ASSCH I.UI'IN Want to have people running after you and begging for permission to take your picture free of charge! Easiest thing in the world. Just get yourself nominated for the presi dency . Some men are lavish in the ex tension of praise for work well done but most of it is given to them selves . Don't be too hard on the fellow who delivers free lectures n the street corner. It's probably the only place he cun induce people to notice him. Matches that are suppostd to have been "made in Heaven" should stay there. The divorce court's jurisdic tion does not extend that far. Some men talk loudly of justice, and roar quite as loudly when the...

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. — 30 July 1920

LOCAL I Mis Margaret Murphy in in Tulu visiting Miss Gladys Franks. Mr. .Inn. A. Moore wss in Madh aonvllle this wwk on business. Miss Amy Williams of Madison ville is the guest of Mia Klvali Tick ens. Mrs. Burnet Moore spent few days last week in Tolu the guest of Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. Jas. S. Henry has returned from ArdmdYe, Oklu., where she has been the guest of her sinter, Mrs. L. W. Cruce for several weeks. Mr. B. L. Wilborn is spending this Week in CUv with hia .luiiirhi ... 1 .-. HaHgiivii! Main Frank Alloway. Mrs. Zula Carman Myers of Rosl clare, III., spent a few days this week with friends here. MAIL KODAK FILMS to Darby, Box 6K7, Evansville, Ind. No prem iums; just less charges. tf Mr. G. B. Dunmore left Wednes day for the takes, where he will Join his family. Mra. Paul Adams of Casad spent Wednesday In town with her mother, Mrs. K. K. Flanary. Miss Marie Taylor has returned from Mayfield where she has been the guest of Miss Ethlyn Davis. If you are In need of a good or gan, ...

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. — 30 July 1920

CROSSED WIRES Primary Ballot tot Every Republican in to the Polls Saturday, Mi He is an aggressive young man, 100 per cent American and a genuine Republican. His party loyalty is unquestioned. He took an active pait in the campaign last fall which result ed in the election of Edwin P. Morrow, and the entire State ticket, by an overwhelming majority. .LW Husrhes for Republican Nomination for Congress. MILLER HUGHES of Wickliffe, Ky., Announces His Candidacy FOR CONGRESS Republican Primary Saturday, August 7th, 1920. "Miller Hughes, of Wickliffe, today formally announce! his can didacy for the Republican Nomination for Congress from the First District subject to the action of the Republican Primary Election to be held Satuday, August 7. Mr. Hughes has been active for some time in Republican pol itics of the district, taking part in the presidential campaign four years ago and speaking in all the counties of the district. He was also engaged in campaign work during the last race for Go...

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. — 3 August 1920

4 'i: ISSUED TWICE EVERY WEEK Volume 48 Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Tuesday, August 3, 1920 Number 4 Will Lead Singing at Hurricane Camp Meeting. N , ," ;"..'. - v A - , , I REV. W. B. YATKS COMMISSION WILL LOAN TO STATE PROCKKIM OF IIOND SALE TO All) RIVER ROAD County Wi I Get Bark the Money in a Krw Years-Means Karl Start on Road. An lmKrUnt conference was held in Marlon Filday between the Crit tenden County Road Cumminionera and My. Ben WeilW, who in th Weal Kentucky member of the State Road Commission. The State Commission ha recently been aointed uniler the provision of the new State Isw.j the old stale aid plan or, roaa uuiiu inK i abolished and in lieu if it there ha bren substituted what I called in the law a State I'rimary Road System to be built and maintained at the expense of the slate and with out any contribution from the coun ties. I Under the Roud Bond election held in thU county lunt summer, the Coun ty Road Commission wan created and entrusted with the exp...

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. — 3 August 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion. Ky., Aug. 3, 1920. By W. P. and W. P. HOQARD. Mist Leaffa Wllborn, New Editor. Entered as second-class matter February 0th, 1878, at the postofflce at. Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1877v SUBSCRIPTION RATES 12.00 per year cash in advance THEAMF.RK AVpH iSA r.MI'e, The plain voter may decide to do a lot of thinkinir at this election He may even think for himself much as the leaders secretly disapprove of such a course. In the past the p.' v. hasn't done as much thinking as he might. It hasn't been necessary. Others have been good and kind to him and have saved him that trouble. But the p. v. is no longer in the primary grade. He has been striding right along and has about decided to issue himself a diploma. . He feels thuj he has reached the graduating stage and is entitled to do his own thinking. At least he will try it and he may succeed. Stranger things than that have happened even in Amercian politics Summer is a good time ...

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. — 3 August 1920

Best Place to Eat in Marion! Givens Restaurant NORTH SIDE SQUARE FOR SALE 45 Acres of Land, mostly in timber. Good Four Room House. Blacksmith Shop and Grist Mill. Good Location. Will sell all together, or rent place and sell shop and mill, or either shop or mill. Oil and underground gasoline tank. Located ten miles East of Marion on Piney Creek. Come and see these properties. M.V.SUTTON BUC SALE 11 I WILL ON Tuesday, Aug. 10, '20 offer fur sale to the highest and best bidder the following list of Property 1 head of Mares 2 Colts 5 Cows, all giving milk. 1 Heifer 1 Cream Separator, same as new. 2 Cream Cans 1 Sow and Pigs Also 6 shoats 1 Wagon, 1 Buggy, Haled Hay, Harness Farming Implements Also my farm of 50 acres all in grass but 6 acres, one mile w est of Sulphur Springs Church and one and one half miles from Mexico. TERMS 12 months with good security. J. E. MYERS When You Attend the Fair here's hoping the weather's fair, so you cun wear the cool palm beach or light weight suit y...

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