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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 3 August 1920

CAnEFUU.Y-F.1ADE FOllS YAlL PREVENT WASTE OF MANUAL LABOR IN HAYMAKING e - , 4 - A r mtw.St?W 1 a - Vv' --s " El ' Dead Men's Shoes j By Otillia F. Pf.iffer 8 fiOfloouuuoooooooftuQptiooonir Thia It the Beat Way to Haul Hay If the Dletanc I Net Too Groat. The hay crop, even when the labor aupply I normal, causes more worry, nxlety, and disappointment than any other crop. The time for harvesting it comparatively short. Other crop require attention at the; same time. And the weather In to be reckoned .with. Till year. when farm labor all over the country Is very scarce, the difficulties of haymaking will he much greater, and larger quantities of hay will he lost than uniiuI utile labor saving method are more generally employed. A great deal of labor Is wasted ev ery year during hay harvest, say spe cialists of tbe I'tilted Stutes depart- tnent of agriculture, not because of actual Idleness on the part of the workers, but because labor Is expended unneces-virlly on operations that do Do...

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 August 1920

' .V- ISSUED TWICE EVERY WEEK Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday,. August. 6, 1920 s. COAL PRICE QUIZ COMES TO END Operator' Books Checked by Federal Agents In Nation Wide Probe Further Action Held Up. Investigation of book of coal op erator in Louisville, who have mine huldlnira In Eastern Kentucky, ha been completed by Department of Justice agent. The investigation commenced three week ago and 1m . said to be a part of a nation wide Investigation of prices being charged for coal at the mlnea. It wai aaid that ahould Indictments be returned they would ) issued In the Eastern district of Kentucky. laguiry into the selling price of coul met with no opposition on the part of dealers, it wa laid, and books were placed in the hands of the agents as soon as requests were presented at the oflicea of the corporations. Companies known to have been investigated here are the. Harlan Coal Company, North Jelico Coal Company, and the K. C. Tway Coal Company, The Investigation by the age...

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 August 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., Aug. 6, 1920. By W. F. and W. P. HOGARD. Miaa Leaffa Wllborn, Newi Editor, Entered as second-class matter February 9th, 1878, at the postofflce at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00 per year cash' in advance !Forlgn Advrtiina Rrprt.rntatlvt THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION A word to the wise is r.uftvient. To the fool it is one too many. You can call some people hard names without insulting them, though you may give deadly offense. The truth is never an insult. An inquirer in a city paper wants to know if it is legal for a young man of thirty to adopt a young woman of twenty-fivp. It is with a wedding ring. A man can always dictate to his typewriter but seldom' to his wife. A girl may not enthuse much over the man, but it's no trouble at all to go into raptures over the engage ment ring. All is quiet in Mexico- at this writ ing, but we make no p;edictions as to an hour from now. The sn.all boy with...

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. — 6 August 1920

IRS I LOCAL I It Fays to Cash ! MAIL KODAK FILMS to Darby, Box 687, Evanavllle, Ind. No prem iums; just less charges. tf Mrs. Alice Maud Wilson has re turned from Chicago where she has been visiting. Miss Kva Dcboe of Puducah has been the guest of Miss Ruhy Asher this week. We Have a Complete Line of Groceries And at the Right Prices. Mr. F. Ii. Heath of Curbin, Ky., spent a few days of this week with his daughter, Mm. Guy Olive. 1 1 i iff J . m T y ni ii i ii . " I, Pay I a year j A Satisfied Customer is Sure a Good Advertisement Read Whut Mrs. Harpending; Sayn "I have used a Pointer Kange for more than and am perfectly nutifUU with it in every way." MRS. K. L. HARPENDING MARION HARDWARE CO Mrs. Hebe Boswell and children left this week for Martin Tenn., to viuit her father, Dr. Biggs. Mr. Joe Roswell of Lexington, Tenn., is visiting his brother, Mr. Rebe Roswell and family. Miss Mildred Summerville has re turned from Iexington where she hus been attending the University of Kentucky...

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. — 6 August 1920

1 DAIRY FACTS VALUE OF BULL ASSOCIATION Farmer Enabled to Co-Operat Purcha and Uu of Sir at Lowtit Expense. In tjr R. W. CIARK, Colorado Afrtcultu nil Coll, Fort Collins, Colo.) The bull association Is strictly a co operative enterprise. Klve, eight, or ten farmer hi a neighborhood unite In the purchase anil use of a bull. The Dumber of fanner In a community proposition like thla depend upon the Dumber of con each keep and proximity to each other. A local or anlcatlon like thla la culled a "block." There may be other "blocks" In the aame township or county, all operat ing under the same constitution and by-laws. After a hull has been used two year or so tn one "block" he Is exchanged for another bull In one of the blocks. Through this kind of an orKMiilza tlon, the purchase price of the bull per farmer Is low. The cost of the keep of the hull Is distributed among a larger number of people, only good bulls are ued and In-breedlng la avoided. Farmers should look Into this prop osition...

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. — 10 August 1920

O TT " 4 rv ISSUED TWICE EVERY WEEK Volume 43 .Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Tuesday, Aug. 10, 1920 Number 6 ummm Cashing In jj B7 ALDEN CHAPMAN I lOorriikl. III. Wantr NmWl.i l'l. I Ye, ilr, thes big uukhIiiI)' hands did II," vaunted Bradley Worth. "They weren't w big ami unguilty when I lft bom for III digging ten year ago Now I run afford to wear klt glove nil Hit) time f wittit lo. mil diamond ring mi every finger If I Ilk. I've cashed In. and I'm going back Kast with enough to keep ui fur Uf ami a lot lu apure." Th bronsed, sturdy favorite or Ilia mining raiup looked pruuil and huppy a. lit bade farewell In hla old ehuuia at llii- hotel at Lucky (iuleh. II waa modest' In lila claim, 'as all of them kiiw. After working hard at pick und shovel year after year. Ii bad struck lb richest gold velu In Hie district and bad sold It at a fahutou price-. H lind given "the boya" a royal feaNl lu Die shape of a farewell dinner. Au old friend, Tom Wade, only got In lo lb aiiloiiiiiti...

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. — 10 August 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., Aug. 10, 1920. By W. P. and W. P. HOGARD. Miss Leaffa Wllborn, Newt Editor. INCREASE PRODUCTION OF SORGHUM SIRUP TO RELIEVE SUGAR SHORTAGE THE TWO BETHELS Entered as second-class matter February 9th, 1878, at the postomce t Marion, Kentucky, under the Act oi congress of March 3rd, 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES 12.00 per year cash in advance C Foreign Advertising Repres-nteUv I THAMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION GREAT REVIVAL IN Illl.LWYN Rev. Robert Lear, of Marion, Ky one of our general evangelists, who is conducting a revival at the Meth odist Church is more than meeting the expectations of all. As a preach er he combine in a most unusual luanner, humor pathos, tenderness, fearlessness, simplicity and dramatic power so that he never wearies yet always grips the hearts of his hear ers. He seems to be a specialist on all lines and is a capable leader and organizer. Ilis Rervioes have been invaluable to our able ami - large chorus rhoir. at the first service of...

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. — 10 August 1920

4 LOCAL I UfiPPENING Al Orr of Cave Marion Mimtiuy. Springs was in c. n. in town Collins of I'incy Fork was Momluy. W. K. Curry of Fords Ferry was in Marion Monday. Mr. H. F. llammack spent a few days lust week in Dawson. Mrs. Sum (iugcnhciin spent week visiting friends in Paducah. the , Mrs. Jonathan Stone of Tolu spent Monday with friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Homes of Union were invthe city shopping Sat urday. Mr. Miis., J. I. Mr. Fords city. William Kelly of West Point, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ('lenient . and Mrs. Frank Williams of Ferry spent Monday in the Miss (ileus Nankin of Fords Ferry was in town shopping, .Momluy. Mr. Shellle (jivens of Indianapolis who has been visiting his grand par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. (livens, has rrtunred home. Mr. and Mm. J. lioiirliind and daughter Mildred and son, Ted left Sunday for a motor trip through In dlana and Ohio. (apt. W. B. WilUin Ferry is in the ritv this iliiig relatives. of Fords week vis Mr. and Mis. F. M. Ihiili...

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. — 10 August 1920

bras! aiAariks :Pv nnoll UakoHo rJIUli bvilKyflli Mistake Too Old! & Ir v$r : '4l W-VVv-..,; g ts If? 7 i DECLINE IN PRICES OF MEAT! his new picture of laughs, thrills and happiness "When the Clouds Roll By" Alert 9.r1 nnmoAxr Thursday, Aug. 12th Y Four 7e 5i7s OU can save die price of from four to icvcn inner tube thia year. Put this money in your pocket by fitting out vith Lee Puncture-Proof fires extra heavy, finely maJe tires, road-proofed with the three patent disc-layers, a distinctive. Lee feature, absolutely unpuncturable yet pliant and "frictionless." Your saving in tubes alone will bring down the cost of Lee Puncture-Proofs to about that of ordinary tires. Put Lee Puncture-Proofs on your car. Know, in advance, exactly what your tire and tube bills will be for the next twelve months. In addition you save time, temper and the an noyance of changing tires on the road. Layer view of LEE Cord Puncture-Proo (Cviurtaki, III. WMm Niwpr lwi( Whvu iltu lU Lurnd vaui to Houghton ...

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. — 13 August 1920

;( a) ;.. , if- ISSUED TWICE EVERY WEEK . Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, Aug. 13, 1920 mm . I . ; : j r i ' Numhpp 7 PEACE KEYNOTE OF COX SPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE Democratic Candidate Would Enter League, Immediately Ratify Treaty and State In terpretation of Covenant SAYS "BACK TO THE NORMAL" MEANS REACTION failure l gnforoe Prohibition I Woroo Thn Low's Violation Oe- Ola re Present Conareee Haa Nat Paaaod a Slngl Conitructlva Law, but Haa Span! Tlma and Mllllona In aaklng to Made America's Military Triumph an Odloua Chaptar In Mia tor Faver Repeal of War Tama, Criminal Proaacutlon of Proflteere, Mora Adequate luparvlalon of Rail- roada, a National Budgat System, nd Woman Suffrage. net U a aiiiiiuiarr of lh pecb of Governor Jaiuv M. Cult Doiuo rrattc candidal for president, at ttto notlflcetluu reremuulea at bar too: Leafue of Natlona. Would enter the leafue. Immediately ratify th trooty and atal our Interpretation of tbe covenaut lo roMrratluui aa matter of -ood faltb and...

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. — 13 August 1920

1 t 'C faiii Of EIGHT YEARS MISERY Iked Lydia. E. Rnkham'a VesaUe Compound s.., amd Recovered. Newarfc M J 'TV- : t t i4 aaorgame trouble and trtexi me !! H m I I.or aeYccnl weeka. 'WlllllM times twsw not walk at Ml md I sufferest with ray back and limtwMI aftet. had to atay in bod. 1 wittered oif and on for eight yearn. Finally I heard that Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege table Oumnound was a a food medicine and trwvt It urilh xnlen did efbct. I ran now do my house Work and my trashing. I have recom mended your Vegetable Compound and four Blood Medicine and Uirw of my friends are taking them to advantage. You can use my name for a U'nUnumial. " Mrs. TmratSA. Covurrav. 76 Uurnett St, Newark. tL J. Yea arc invited to writ (or (ree advice No other medicine ha Inn ho suc cessful in relieving woman's Huffermij as haa Lydia K. Pinkham'H Vegetable Comwrand. Women may receive (ree and helpful advice by writing (he Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Musk. Such letter are received end answered by ...

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. — 13 August 1920

THF OPTTTEVD'-N PRE. MORTON. KENTUCKY mm SKIM MILK RATION FAVORED Qrsstsst Cain In Wtight Mads Whan Calf la Fad Larga Quantitlaa In Dally Ration. How much sklid milk should t fed to calves dully 1 Itesults obtained (Inn far at Ilia dairy division eierlment furni, Helta vllle. Mil., Indicate Unit cukes will make the greatest gains In weight when fed comparatively liirne ipiaiitl Ilea tif skim milk dully (ntie-flftli of their hnily weight, or all lliey will drink), hut (hut the most economical gain are made on smaller quiintltle. tn ii n experiment to determine tin' effect of f ceiling viirlnu ipmtitltlc nl rk 1 111 milk, Itl calves were illvlileil Into groups of four calves eiicli. These group were hnlnin'eil tin nearly n pns iilhle with reference In hreeil nnil body weight at hlrth. One group was given dully nil Inn of oiic-Movcnth of the lixly weight, the quantity being regu f.iteil hy hmly weight (liken every ten days. Two oilier group were fed lit (he rule of one sixth ami one li...

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. — 13 August 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., Aug. 13, 1920. By W. F. and W. P. HOGARD. Miu Leaffa Wilborn, Newt Editor. Entered at second-class matter February 9th, 1878, at the pottoffiee at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act; of Congress of March 8rd, 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES 82.00 per year cash in advance Foreign Advtrtliilng RprtntftUv THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Some people spend half of their time in praising themselves and the other half in angling for praise from others . Fish is said to be an excellent food for the brain but first one must have the brains. Judging from reports from polit ical headquarters, most of the virtue energy and political sagacity in the United States is centered In either Mr. Harding or Mr. Cox according to whether you are a rep. or a dem. This business of candidating U great stuff until the jar comes. Empty honors, we note are gener ally bestowed upon empty heads. The full dinner pail is no longer a slogan in our national elections. Nothing short of complete ...

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. — 13 August 1920

PEMNGS Mr. Kugvne Guess was in Evsns- vllle Thursiluy on bunines. Mr. Tom Davis of Sinithlaiul spent a few days this work in town. Mr. and Mr, tuther Mowlam), of Rrpton, were i" the city Thursday, Mr. ami Mm. II. V. Stun spent few days this week in Evnnsvtlle. Mra.' Othu Towery of Princeton spent the first of th week with her mother, Mrs. C. J. Ilurpret. Messrs. V. II. Kasley Mild J. I.. Fssley, of McLranituoro, III., spent the first of the week In this city. Well, it don't cost but little to have your uit pressed and by extracting the dirt from the fabric increase the life of your suit. Call phone 35. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Cook spent the first of the week in llopkinsvitle with Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Iliieon. We take measures for the Strausi Brothers, Master. Tailors, of Chira Ko. Suita from $30 to ftiO. . THAVIS AND HILL. Mr. Guy I-anib left today for Kv aniville, where she will visit rela tive. Stop and consider the difference in a man' appearance when hi auit is nicely pressed. I'uls up ...

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. — 13 August 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY 1WT A Dl Joy walketh cIom In the footsteps of sorrow W find not tha thorn till the rose V have pressed; But lot It b frtef or joy on the mor row. God'e way la the way that la alwaya tha boat. -Helen Manvllla. SEASONABLE FOODS. This Is the season of the yenr when mushrooms may be found In abund ance. This delicious fun- " nmy served as a -VsBS main cll.sh or as a flavor to various combinations. Cream of Mushrom Soup. ("hop one-fourth of a pound of mushroom and cook them in a quart of chicken stock twenty minutes, then rub tliein through a sieve. Itelieat and bind with one-fourth of a cupful ncli .' Imtter and flour cooked together mi t.l smooth, then add a slice of nilloe, end cook with the stock, seasoning with salt and pepper. IteHmve lb enlon and add one cupful of cream ..Mid two tnhlespooiifuls of orange Juice Just before serving. Eggs Waldorf Style. - Arrange poached egss on circular pieces of, toast and surround with brown mush room sauce,...

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. — 13 August 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS. MARION. KENTUCKY AVOID WASTE AT THRASHING TIME Many Little Leaks Result in To tal Loss of Many Millions of Bushels Each Year. MACHINES NEED ADJUSTING Citlmated Total Saving In Dakota, Minnttota and Montana Placed at 21.9OI.60O Buiholt Tight Bottom Wagon Bait. rwhnhly the most Important Indi rect means for Increasing ntin t Ion Is the avoidance of waste. This should be borne In mind with regard to wheat at thrashing mm-. Thl operation hhoultl he conducted with the greatest care, iiml measures should lie token to nee t lilt t as little grain a possible l lost r allowed tn escape through f n tilt v otnni t Ion nf tin' inutilities nr ui wise method nf thrashing. This year there Is a l r lilnr necessity for a inure mr-fiil hnndllng of the icrn:u In the fields nml In thrashing to Increase the production. liliscrvntlotis innile by s-icolalUts if the lulled Sla'et ieiiirtineiit nf agrl rnltnre show tliiit n surprising Htniiniit of wheat Is wasted In the thrashing nM-rn...

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. — 13 August 1920

4 . : ! s TO IE n 9 of the $40,000,000 Des Moines, Iowa . aniser : GROWING BUSINESS jure "A 4 n i t '.V . 1 2 3 4 JOHN H. HEIL State Manager 1111 Starks Building Louisville, Kentucky (Continued from first page.) vidua! freedom consistent with the safety ( our institution! should be given. Excessive regulaUoa mums manifestation! that compel restraint, . Law Enforcement "The legislative, branch of govera ment la subjected to the nils of the majority. Tba public official who fall, to enforce the law, Is an enemy both to the Constitution and to tbe Amort can principle of majority rule. It would seem quite unnecessary for any candidate for (ha Presidency to say that ba does not Intend to Tlolata hie oath of offlce. Anyone wbo la falsa ta that oath Is mora unworthy thsa the law violator himself. v "Morals cannot easily ba produced by statute. The writ of Injunction should not ba abused. Intended as a eafeguard to person and property, It could easily by sbuse cease to ba the protective dev...

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. — 17 August 1920

ffe i ISSUED TWICE EVERY WEEK i Volume 43 Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Tuesday, Aug. 17, 1920 Number 8 i NATIONWIDE FIGHT AGAINST DISEASE American Red Cross Will Have Health Centers in All Parts of United States. Tin American Ited Croaa hn launch ed upon nat lull wide cainpalgu o( tgbtlng dlaeaaa mil physical defect among Hi American people. A ut-w end unlqu health luatltu.loii bm com luto balng tl th reaiill of aeveral Buoutlia' study by Hit lied Cross Heslth riervlc Ivpartuient it Nutlotinl llead autrtera. - Official In charge of Hit department predict tint before lone thl "' liealth activity will be In actual oieratlon til vvr tti country, and tint the elgn "Aaitrlnm Ked Cross Hraltti Center" wltrWonia at familiar to I lit- ieo pi everywhere a are imw Hi algu of lb ttlegrtph compaulea. uey Lng fort War. Interval of Hi American Red Cron In Die fight sgalnat disease li But, bowivir, of recenl orlglu. Um before th war lli orgulilaatlen hegaa Uila heallh terrlf through It" me...

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. — 17 August 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky Aug. 17, 1920. yOOOOOOOOU HUB 0O0O0OCOCOs AMERICANS ABROAD IN RED GROSS WORK lilt Last Dollar YOUR RED GROSS By W. F. and W. P. HOGARD. MUa Leaffa Wilborn, Newt Editor. By EVELYN LEE TRACTORS QUITE USEFULON FARMS Number of Horses Being Dis placed Determined by Num ber Kept for Cultivation. LAVENDER WOOL 8 J& y MILDRED WHITK. Q THE FAIRY G0DS0n; SfcBy MARY ISABEL BOYNTONEjttj j Entered - wv.v(sv. inog MHIVIVI .February 9th, 1878, at the postoffice .at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act lot Congress of March 3rd, 1877. " ! " " 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES 2.00 per year cash in advance Foreten Adv-ri: !n R uiimiiH .'" THE AMTRiCAN FR '.: i.- T. .Wri t PINEY FORK Rev. C. T. Boucher filled his ap pointment at Hopewell Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Frank Crider and son were in Marion Saturday. Mrs. C! CCrayne and son passed through here Saturday on their way to Roy Craynes. Mr. C. B. Collins and wife and son, James Lee, were guests of Mr. Grayson Hill and wife Sunduy. ...

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. — 17 August 1920

'LOCAL I ijjAPPEJWVGS Dr. 0. C. Monday. Cook wu in Evansville Mr. J. R. Gilchrist spent Monday with frieiiJs t Sullivan. Mr. A. McMican of Repton in Marion last Wednesday . wan Mini Sarah Blue, of Morganfleld, in the guest of Minn Virginia Blue. For a bargain in a new Dodge Roadster Si W. E. Cox, phone 150 Marion, Ky. Also a lined Ford car for aalc. 4-4T Miss Anna Lue Kinley, of U111U vllle, is vlkitlng friends in this city. Mis r':tily has been promoted ie cent'y r nil in chief iissiH.nit t.. the I'nlid States Mui tl.nl. Mr. Jim I 'ran is visitliiK relative county. of Detroit, Texan, In the city and Mill Forrest Hammack spent the week end in Clay, the guest of Mis Carney. Mattie Mis Haiti Wheeler, of pent the week end with Mi. W. H, Yaiidell. Mayfield, Mr. and Mr. and Mr. Iley Stallions of the Shady (Jrove country, were in town Saturday. Mrs. James Duughtrey, of Fords Ferry. ent Saturday in town. shop, pin. Dry cleanlnit, pressing repairing and altering and dyinif. Ut us "dye" for ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
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