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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 5 September 1919

i - h i . l I I i r3 i , 1 I E. P. Morrow. J. D. Black. J. D. Carroll. HuQ. Edwin I. Morrow, Hiiuli I i':i ti cundid:i!o fur (lov cinoi . ho l 1 oiig Ij favors suffrage fur women. Uovernor .lame-, l Black, who Iiu loin: been an :ipI. im oipportoi' .it "votes for women " Chief Justice John I). Carroll, who will Mile fur -ullr.iue fur Kentucky women. KENTUCKY'S STATESMEN TAKE STAND FOR EQUAL RIGHTS AT BALLOT BOX Ratification of Amendment to Constitution Giv ing Women of Nation Full Voice In Affairs Is Favored By Prominent Men of the State Id Both Parties Why Kentucky Should Ratify the Fed oral Amendment for Woman Suffrage. Nearly two years ago. It was my privilege aa a member of the Commit tee on Hules of the House of Repre sentatives, to make the uiotlou in com mittee which provided for a Commit tee oo Woman Suffrage In the House of Representatives. This Important queatlou of woman suffrage had never ' bad a committee to consider the Fed eral Amendment. It waa also my pleasure to mak...

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. — 12 September 1919

7 : y " - - - ' . " .Marion, ("rill'-iwh-n County, lu , iicla, -'r!(l;iy, Sept. 12, Number 7. im J i i . I I ... V i f I V ft iV I f rilKCOLYU.M. fH'here has been a time when e , conductor of tliis ct it u in -C7inil,rl, V. 1.1 III,.. I.. ..ii ii .. . yWfllt in- M'llll llle LP mill il A.SJ W?SV. After driving Howard Vtilli)s out tci his hum i t lit Ored.. ,.r i.:.. i.... I 'I-..; mir ti I lie I UK lllll I le I M 1. 1 III- me last Siitiirilav ami takinc i""..... .... i i.. ..i i. c I.... - f i j ii mi uriiiiiiii id rumen rMimia 1 j-VVn their hi Alleii. I have ahi.nt W' rimileu) my mini! that tin- ml YT)plt' that yvl any pleasure nut JilA!t an aut.in..l.ile aroun-l h, ,,., are thi' (Hies that watch the t jNft'Jtliers .;o hy. The man w hn mm " IX. rlilnui.u .. Iw ,i I.,. n i tin. JTT ; lufSiusiest persnn 1 know !' if I.ejW"". ''Il''1 ' ' Al IMri!lH iiiiv f.w t f.,r III,. I ii ,.iMe ('a si.ly, aii.l tin- el.lie cV mA.4.1. I.':... A'flySiPJlLlllllIII. Jtlf I """" WV went to ehiireh at Hi...

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. — 12 September 1919

Xs i 1VA f f THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., Sept. 12, 1919. , W. F. and W. P. HOWARD. Editors and Publisher. Entered a second-class matter Feb ruary 9th, 1878, at the postutfiee at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act nf Congress of March 3rd, 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 per year cash in advance. TEMPORARY WATERWORKS The Press is unalterably op posed to the scheme to put in a little temporary water system around the square. This would probably be satisfactory to the few who were benefited by this half baked, affair, but what about the people who live out a little way from the courthouse? Are not the residences as much entitled to fire protection as the j business houses; Ut course the financial loss on a burned resi dence is not as large in dollars and cents as it would be in a iire in the business section, but if a" man loses ten dollars worth of m i ., . i, .nrs. vi. o vTuuuni lias ueen vian- furniture and It IS all he posesses!j,1K lier daughters , the country for it is a greate...

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. — 12 September 1919

r 7 1 V 'ft I V ii JN ews i'T In i 1 y Wadtlt'll of Salem was Tuesday. Cussidy spent Monday ueaday in l'ailucah. Williamson, the piano was in town last week. F. Morgan and wife of co were in town on business ay. Jane Thompson, one of g school teachers, arrived fiay afternoon. jdge Towery of Shady (irove in Tuesday and finished de- Hut? Ids crop of wheal. Georjre Cruce, of Crayne, was in town Monday. Mrs. Alvin Allen Crayne came to town Saturday shopping. Frank Durr of Crayne came to Marion Monday and attended court. George Henry of near Kepton has been home on a short fur lough. Mrs. W. K. Belt and children motored to Mamouth Cave last week. Virgil Moore of Madisonville, was in our city Friday and Sat urday on business. Kev. (i. Y. Wilson of Smith's Grove returned home Saturday after a visit here and at Tolu. Mrs. Grant Hughes and little daughter, Mary Sue, are visiting relatives in I'aducah this week. frs. S. H. amae left Tues- for lAiuis ille to attend ihe ', and also to visit Mrs...

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. — 12 September 1919

DAUGHTER HAD TO QUIT WORK, j MOTHER SAYS: i Inactivity Would Have Last ed Longer, Had Not Tru tona Brought Aid. Louisville, Ky., Sept. ll.-Be- cause it had relieved her daugh-, ter of troubles which kept her from her work for five long! months, Mrs. Josephine Brown, ! a well known Louisville woman ' ly made the following interest-i ing statement regarding Tru-( tona, the perfect tonic: I "My daughter had been suf-! fering with stomach trouble and In fact, the trouble became so severe that she couldn't work! for five months. It seemed that everything she ate would sour in ; her stomach, causing gas forma- tiona and a bloating feeling. The ras seemed to form around 1 her heart, causing ner mucni pain. "My daughter's nerves were so unstrung that she could hard ly sleeo at night and she would . get up in the mornings almost as, tired a9 when she went to bed. But Trutona has steadied her nerves and she's at last able j to rest well at night. This med-1 icine has relieved her of the in- i...

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. — 19 September 1919

f hi Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, Sept. 19, 1919. Number 8. ill If A . iV W 'lIllt4J r . v 11. I 3 1.1T 1 THKCOLYUM. TO ;T ' uny humorous things come ht during the course of our tful existence. For instance good frienil .1. K. I'ostleth- ht has five cows ami each every one ol them inclusive )ut together uctually produce quarts of milk every time milks them or causes the same done. o o o o Guy Givens is still so stuck up 'er the wiiy ne fed the big Wd in town on last county rt day that he will not walk ide of the sidewalk for fear f humping into a projecting all. That was sure a hig day r duy t ugli. o o o o It would do you gx'd to hear Jan. H. Orme tell about the fine stock he saw at the Indiana State Fair which he attended this fall, while in Indianapolis buying his holiday goods. There is one sure thing that line cat tle and all the accompanying nice things of country life fol low good roads as sure as day follows the night. For fear that some of you have forgotten...

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. — 19 September 1919

. . A 1 THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., Sept 10. 1919. W. F. and W. P. HOGARD. Editor and Publishers. Entered a second-clast matttr Feb ruary 9th, 1878, at the poitoffire at Marion, Kentucky, under the Ait of Congreai of March 3rd. 1877. for building. This pile of bats on our main street is not at all ormanental. About the only purpose that it could serve would be to remind our citizens of our crying need of an adequate system of waterworks. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 per year cash in advance. It has now been nearly two months since the big fire de stroyed a number of our business houses. At this time there has ..' t(1 lui sll:nmiUn fmm .... i i" cr" Speaking of waterworks re minds us that there is a town of 1400 people out in Kansas which has water, sewers, twenty-four hour electric service and macad amized streets, and it is not a county seat either. They haven't the natural advantages out there that we have here either, owing to the fact that Changes In Real Estate Jas. A. Wilson...

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. — 19 September 1919

Ml iocal News :! V' "' LocMmrt of Salem was i I (Friday. I jl J i- H'iiry wius in Sullivan if 'avon 'IUs''"'SM V V'V. T. (' r-n lcr is in Union lntv n,,'''mr 11 "ecting. I. I). AshYr is siK'iiilinir the i r ..... .. .vtK in nawHon hpnngs. U'k Stephens of Salem w:m le city Friday on business. frs. lula .leruiinirs of ( ruvne. in Marion shopping Friday . M. Ward of the I'Yances 'ghliorhood was in town Satur- Jeil (iuess is greatly iniprov- after having an attack of pver. W. T. Mcl'mmell went 1 in .... MyeoaK, rlu., Wednesday on a f fness trip. Verney Suininers, teacher of I'asunt (irove ScIukiI was in town Saturday,- Mrs. Jet WatkiiiH and son, of utlayfield are guests nf Mr. and rMrs, (iipp Wat kins. Mrs. (). II. Paris and son, Guilford, are spending a few ' euys in nopKinsv Hie. Raymond On ve. who has U-en Mrs. Reginald Rice, of Fredo-' nia, was in tow n T; sday. Mrs. Abe Henry returned last ! Week from a trip to Kvansville. j Rev. 15. !!. Loyd. of Crayne, was in Marion Monday attend...

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. — 19 September 1919

L.ocai news Mrs. Tom Williams, of Repton ia the guest of her sister, Mrs. Jas Carter, of Kansas. Mrs. Pinckney Rankin and children went to Repton Tues day for a few days' visit with friends. Mrs. Carl Falisch of Detroit. Mich., arrived Wednesday to be the guest of her parents. Rev. and Mrs. T. C. Newman. Mrs. Levi Cook, who went as far as Princeton Sunday with her daughter. Miss Elizabeth Cook, returned home Tuesday, For .Skin Affections Thesi' are usually moiv than "skin deep." Suf. ferers from skin affections have found the longed-for relief iu "The Waterway to Health" An American Medicinal Min eral Water, bottled at the spring, without any conden sing or fortifying. Not a drastic cathartic but a mild alterative and reconstructive. 64 Doses $1.00 Dose: Tablespoonful in a glass of water Prescribed by physi cians for constipation, indigestion, rheumatic affections, liieh blood jA pressure and hardening tl' J I "EST I oreici iotian Iroif your uh On lyai- cian or at your druggist. Fre...

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. — 26 September 1919

t j Ik CM Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, Sept. 26, 1919. Number 9. ' ft? I mi 1)1 I ff0,Ume wvl A)) fi 4 is a space of about forty Yeen here am the post office that 1 know J esse Olive would like to have the sidewalk raised to grade. Of course hun dreds of others who trod this Itmp daily are not interested lut I don't think they would get It an injunction airainst it. betv 1 f i - IIIJUIIUUWII Uf(UI 1 w 0 0 0 0 r OTEven bachelors can S fr Cith ch,ldr('"- Th' ran U Mpular first time lut little Dolly Vaughan and fie Harness stayed away from fme all night they spent at the1 Lime of l). II. Postlethweight : H. is a pretty good scout; ugh if he does spell his name h a twist in the middle. 0 0 0 0 ,'he other day I ran into JetT avis talking excitedly and ith some considerable heat to a number of good citizens. Upon anxious inquiry as to the cause of the commotion I learned that Jeff was merely telling them what he would like to do to a road overseer that would dump a scraper...

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. — 26 September 1919

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., Sept. 20, 1919. W. F. and W. P. H0GAR1), Editors and Publishers. Entered as set-ond class matter hl ruary 9th, 1878, at the puntolliru at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Congreaa of March 3rd, 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 per year cash in advance. WATERWORKS YET. The Press has harped so much about waterworks for Marion that it rained last Sunday. And that is not all. There is Koinj? to be something in this paper about waterworks every week until we get 'em. We can prove that it i9 cheaper to have water than not to have it. We can prove that it is more healthful for a town to have water and sewer system than not to have them. No proof is necssary that it is much more convenient to draw water out of a faucet than it is out of a well. Hardly nec essary to prove that it is much pleasanter to take a bath in a regular bath tub than it is in the wash tub, or similar utensil. Since every one will concede the truth of these statements then will some one...

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. — 26 September 1919

"5 A r 1 V. 7 ,9 :4 V 5 - local N ews o M. 0. Kskew's for your ! r tiwn- to tit your corn. ! New com of Owenslioroi it tlif week-end here, attend-1 to some Imsinnss mutters. Let Me Kxplain to You Our $5,000 I Double Indemnity j.l Total Disability Policy. n o r fl CO o 3 3 o rD Remember, we have any thing in Life Insuranu' and hae Iktii r'rt-sn t tl in Marion for almost a quarter of a ivnturv. 1 L. I . i 1 n Take Them Away Brick Bats and Rubbish for hauling them away D.O. CARNAHAN r. n r "Yon ii t It r M il plftynl iili-n tl K-,i tfumlliu w,iititK! I Hi wt'll, II : CALUMET BAKING POWDER N la al(r Hutu, wwth wailiuii conn. Ni-vi't nl 111 k ' ll Hoik N aaair. mimitr or iii.itriiuU anil I whiilrtKinir, u Cilunn I himiiiim unlv havr liwr; ppiutl ultn'ially bv Author II in." Yim mi u hm yon in) U)vh ui HIGHEST - , i i- -- J" I Rev. II. It. Short is attending conference at Elkton this week. Mrs. 0. II. Paris and Mrs. S. A. Enoch left Wednesday for Siketon. Mo., to visit relatives. F011 SAL...

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. — 26 September 1919

-u-er-T' r y - i k !i a- V s f, 1 V V IV Used Car For Sale, Chevrolet Touring Car. t bargain for some one. T. H. Cochran & Co. To Health Thousands have been fully restored to health and strength as a re sult of taking "Thi Waterway to Health" The American Medicinal Min eral Water bottled at the Spring without any conden sing or fortifying whatever. 64 Doses $1.00 Dote: Tablespoonful in Glass of Water Prescribed by physi cians for constipation, indigestion rheumatic affections, hieh blood pressure, hardening of arteries and skin affec tions. Money back if not satisfied. On prescription from your phyai ciin or at your druKgitt't. Book let on request. The Devonian Viaeral Spring Co. Uni'orporatrti) Owentboro, Kjr. NOTICE Wait for The Evansville Cour ier's big bargain offer beginning October 1st. ITS UNWISE to put off to-day'a doty util to morrow. It your stomach ia dd-distsrbed take V la mms tht new iud to digestion comfort fOffoy. A pleasant relief from the discomfort of acid-dysp...

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 October 1919

1m Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. 3, 1919. Number 10. f If V Cillw.rl II. ...... H. C. dilbert. son df A. M. . i .ii iiii.i in), ifimi inniii ..f k!o ... i,. ...... Saturday, Slaving received an honorable discharge. Mr. Cilbert left .Marion April 2!), 1918 and went to Camp Taylor, lie had only lieen there u short time when he was trans ferred to Camp Custer, in Mich igan, where he stayed almost four months. He was then transferred to the First division in August and ordered to France. He sail ed from Hohoken on the British transport. Minnekaha to l.iver kk)I and from there to South Hampton, and finally landed at Laliarve, France. While "over there" he was ill three olfensives, the first be ing at Sai.erais Sector. Aug. 7 to 24. the second at St. Mihiel Sept. 12 to Mi. and the third at Argonne, Sept. 2G to Nov. II. He received three bronze stars. After the war he did duty on the line, but took advantage of the imisscs granted the soldiers and visited Bel...

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 October 1919

1 Y y t I- y... r ;l if i 1 f ' u THE CRITTENDEN PRESS . Marion, Ky., Oct 3. 1919. W. F. nd W. P. HOGARD, Editor and Publisher. Entered u second-class matter Feb ruary 9th, 1878, at the poaiotGce at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd. 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 per year cash in advance. FIRE WATER We still have with us the magnificent pile of ruins to act as our daily reminder that this town has no waterworks. It has now reached the stage of ghastliness speaking of the ruins on .Main street. Mireiy PROBE HERE! Republicans are entitled to all the satisfaction they can get in discovernig waste of pub lic money during the war and charging it up to the Democrat ic Administration. There is undoubtedly abundant oppor tunity for probing in that field. But that . money is spent. Whatever wastes there were are irrecoverable. And this current year a Republican Con gress is authorizing the ex penditure of six and a half bil lion dollars of public money. So far we see ...

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 October 1919

&r-S - ; - t J iff- . I V: "I I v. THE CRITTENDEN PRESS . Marion, Ky., Oct 3, 1919. . W. F. and W. P. HOGARD. Editors and Publishers. Entered aa aecond-claas matter Feb ruary 9th, 1878, at the postolfice at Marion, Kentucky, under the Art of Congress of March 3rd. 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 per year cash in advance. PROBE HERE! Republicans are entitled to fell the satisfaction they can get in discovernig waste of pub lic money during the wur and charging it up to the Democrat ic Administration. There is undoubtedly abundant oppor tunity for probing in that field. But that money is spent. Whatever wastes there were are irrecoverable. And this current year a Republican Con gress is authorizing the ex penditure of six and a half bil lion dollars of public money. So far we see precious little ev idence of any probing there. The public knows the old game in which Democrats out of power pointed with horror to Republican extravagance and Republicans out of power point ed with horro...

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. — 3 October 1919

AAA AAA.. A 1 m T ora pwr Co to M. 0. Eakew'a fnr vim r Tliunu t ........ - - V. Jl'UI VU li, a t'llll ill III L kin I llllljl ir I i itiiiu 0. C. Monroe left Tuesday for u Yi rv ,v i i, V. M. Arnold is able to lie out IOW Kit i-r unVi.i-.il Ml llrnH. There will be u box super at Chapel Hit school house Friday night, Oct. 3.. W. K. Kustyng of the Piuey (.'reek iieiKhUrhod was in town Saturday. Kev. James F. Price lllled his appointment at Dixon Sunday nnd Sunda night Mrs. K. (J. Love, of Green ville, Ky., is the guest this week of Mrs. J. J. May. Miss Francis Cray spent thej wwek end in Kvunsville the KUest of Mis Clara Crawford, j Mrs. Frank McDowell of Kv-i FOR SALE. -17 tons of ood ' hay. Harry Joiner. l!en Ckni.nt retiir.ud Wcd nesday IV ,m a business tiiii to Nashvillo. Clifton .Meadows of D:twsoi. Springs spent Sunday in Marion. Mrs. William I.Yd and l;iuj'i'- ' ter. Miss S'ella, wore in Crayne last Friday. .Y'issi-s Salic Suilengi-r, Clara licit and Millie Franklin attend-! e...

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. — 3 October 1919

1 A it. -r- i 1 t ': 'XI Lara Npwc y 1 : Mwdl lieWS : lien CkM. Mt relu..,l V,,i- tf-Sii Ami'-. ) . A I 1 . T All... ' -fVV Co to M. 0. Eskew's for your ider ttwne to tie your corn. H. F. Martin left Saturday ir St. I.ouis. U. (.. Monroe left Tuesday tor tiis hi nit? in Chicago. V. M. Arnold is aide to lie out low after several weeks of ill- ness. There will he u Ikix super at Chapel Mil school house Friday night, Oct. 3.. W. E. Kuslyntf of the Piney Creek neighborhood was in town Saturday. Hev. James F. I'riie Idled his appointment at Dixon Sunday and Suuda) night Mrs. II. C. Love, of (ireen ville, Ky., is the guest this week of Mrs. J. J. May. Miss Francis (iray spent the wwek end in Evunsville the KUest of Mis Clara Crawford. Mrs. Frank McDowell of Kv- ansville, returned home Satur- , day utter u ten days visit with relutives here. Miss Anna Haynes arrived this week and is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Haynes. Luwson J'aris left Saturday for Sikeston, Mo., to join ...

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. — 3 October 1919

- ,1 i. ft I T.TKRF'S the separator th.it J Ml h:is ll;t! world beaten for .j? ci -le-.-iLini'iiuic Ts-mrd-J Ahs " '" let-ly f,;uri,ttod to kim ;l "ovi a men: trace. A T.!.!Ri; u- cr s.-.i 1 the other day: "v-' i' ,.v t.'.!..- ri caml tests of the rai1;. .ti.er it I'jen separated in i 'fcT: p ':!" V King :mJ lei stand 24 hours a..'.' fi"l?i ar.il could nut see a trace of ereanil" : AH the Cream ifeiloWith Less Work The Viking is easiest to operate because it is the simplest and most scientificallyconstructed. 1 1 has less wording parts. That maU-s r;::i v' without vibration or jar to disturb the natural separation or waste cream. Guaranteed For a Lifetime anil positively guaranteed to luve a lurgrr capacity per hour than other separators ot equal rating, tome in ana us uemunstrate a Viking to you. K. IMVIIKELER. Marim, Ky. f ' 1 1 MSI i use maiiti3. 04- V EvariPviSIe, Irwi I Ob. SPECIAL NOTICE The High Art store will he Closed all day Saturday, October 1 until i p. m. We wiil he ope...

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. — 3 October 1919

,4 S-. f s 1; ; i, i '.1 .a .; '! 1 ( 0 t'ow A T "W: I. ' ' r.n;. r:--s., J ri 1 t iA. - 1 1 fn 3 ;;.-jfc)VYiin iess vvorK " wsa .... I Strouse SBros. EvariPviJIe, inti. SPECIAL NOTICE The High Art store will he Closed all day Saturday, October 1 until fi p. m. We will lie open from (i until .1:30 as u-ai tl. We are giving this notice so that those who plan to shop with us on this day may come earlier in the week or wiit mil! (he lirst of nel week. Parcel ntfi9pu A Monument lo Carelessness Over the Grave of a Home VTOT your hems. You Inve been lucky never had ;i lire. But luck L a fickle Don't stake your roper ty mi ill Insure. Insure to the limit. Remember your ! ''opjil has almost d ouir.-u i i Havi uijr insurcd-ne i Care is as iiececssiuyrs i:srraiu-e. The Hartford fir" In .'irautv Company have c;vils d. ;;dviv you on fire pievenlion a ih-c service to he bad tbrcruh this agency. C. G. THOMPSON, Agent, Marion, Ky. PINEY CREEK Elcie Andrews and Dewey Crayne have gone to Akron, ().,...

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