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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 17 August 1920

i ire Guarantees I EE TIRES are guaranteed not for a specified d number of miles but guaranteed to give you satis factory service. Analyze the specific mileage guarantee. It is noth ing more nor less than a basis for adjustment. You want mileage service not adjustments. The Lee Tire guarantee is- backed by the strength of the Company making the Tires and our determina tion that every Lee Tire shall serve you. We seldom have to make good for a Lee Tire because Lee Tires do that for themselves. But should the time come when you, for any reason, feel you are not getting the satisfaction you have a right to expect from every Lee Tire we are right here, every day in the year, to protect the interests of all concerned yours, Lee's, ours. T. II. COCHRAN & CO. Marion, Kentucky Smile at Miles GRAIN SAMPLING DEVICE IS MADE Anyone in United states May Make and Use It Without Payment of Royalty. QUITE EASILY CONSTRUCTED Sampla of Grain It Evenly' Divided and One-Half la at Rspraasntatlva af...

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. — 20 August 1920

4 1 . 1 ISSUED TWICE EVERY WEEK Volume 43 Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, Aug. 20, 1920 Number 9 T HOPKINSVILLE TO HAVE FAIR BIG ti EST ANU BEST EVENT OF THE KIND IN THE HISTORY OF THIS RKIilON 4,000 MINERS NOW IDLE IN MUHLENBURG. Begins 'August ' SI , at HopkinNvllle And Continue I'ntil September 4 Hippy Day Greenville, Ky. The strike of coal drivers spread to other mines in Muh lenberg county Wednesday, bringing the number of mines idle to twenty nine and the number of miners thrown out of employment to more than 4,000. Coal production is re duced at least 25,000 tons a day, operators estimate. Among mines suspending operation were: Martwlck, Beech Creek, Kirk and Luzerne. The striking drivers returned at Black Diamond Mine No. 2, at the mine of the W. G. Duncan Coal Company, Graham. The opinion that the drivers would return to work within a few days was expressed by Wes Ames, na tional board members of the United The Pennyroyal fair to be given at llopkinsville this ...

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. — 20 August 1920

D(H KILLING BSE OF CALOMEL Says Druq Is Mercury and Acta Like Dynamite on Your Liver. Dodsnn Is making hard fight against calomel In the South. Every druggist has noticed a great falling of 1st the sale of enlomel. They all give the same reason, Dodsoo's Uver Tous ta taking Its Oace. "Calomel Ik dangerous and peopls know It. while Dodson's Liver Tone Is perfectly snfe and gives better results," nld prominent local druggist. Dod on's Uver Tone Is personally guaran teed by every druggist. A large bottle ota hut a few cents, and If It falls to give easy relief In every case of liver aiiagglshness and constipation, you bave only to ask for your money back. Dixlsou'a Liver Tone Is a pleasant .tasting, purely vegetable remedy, harmless to both children and adults. Take a spoonful at night and wake up feeling line; no blliousuess, sick head ache, acid Ktomnrh or constipated bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause Incon venience all the npxt day like violent calomel. Take a dose of calomel to day...

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 August 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY fr y . i rTTWsrrm f Vl s::? 7 I IK HI'llklll'Nt llf wood h tlx grain - tllC frt tlllll II In tlllllll' llf H llllll- die uf tlliers. KiU'Ii IHr by itself will stand I consider II tllf imll, lull l-Hltl IIUt In Ilii- bundle l held liswly In 1 1 m neighbor on all sides. To inn lie n wood that I ca pable nf atiiiullng strain In nil direr llnn l la iirenaury In combine sev rill latere ml at arlnui angle to the fcTHltl. TliU In nintte "ily wimmI." said to I lllerully "KlnmiiiT llian steel." It la rettilutloiiir'ng elrplHiie niiiHtriii'tl'Ui. and It will enter coiiplcuniily Into Hmt ur linltiMry. It la even possible tlml a wall covering I hi- thinner va rieties Mill rnliiN-te Willi ull.Rer. Tlii-jr mM-M all the beauty ami durv MlUy nf heiity wood paneling, fur the.r iiiiiihwIi natur ir tit them from starplng. Tlilii (ilyuiHHl hua Imhii funnel. In tntighnea unit fleilhll lt.v. to .-MiiiK c favuralily with tettlle fahrlra In die manufacture of slr lnne...

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 August 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., Aug. 20, 1920. others to give the devil They may hand you over. his du. By W. F. and W. P. HOGARD. Miss Leaffa VVilborn, New Editor. Entered a HAnnil4lAiu matter February 9th, 1878, at the postofficei at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act j of Congress of March 3rd, 1877. j I We have a curious hankerinc to j know the sensation of a hanged it.an ; when the jeik comes. But don't try; the experiment in order to satisfy : an editorial whim. AMERICAN LEGION FOR EDUCATION State Commander Comes Out Squarely for County Board of Education Choen Without Regard to Politics SUBSCRIPTION RATES 12.00 per year cash in advance thecmfh;. .i K.:;oA-.S'.rivn"N 1 Elsewhere in this paper is a com munication from our good friend, T. M. Dean about the loan that will be made to the state from the road bond hsue. so that work may proceed on the Ohio River Road. The Press bears no malice toward Mr. Dean for his stand on this ques tion. Every man is entitled to his own opinion. ...

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. — 20 August 1920

School Supplies Everything the student needs, from a pencil sharpener to an unabridged dictionary. Your children can not do their school work efficiently unless they are "ful ly equipped." a IP JAS. H. ORME DRUGGIST "All That the Name Implies" LOCAL, I JpLPPEMVGq Mrs. J. J. Hodge, of Crayne, was in town Wednesday, ((hopping. Miss Higgins, of Pennsylvania, U the guest of Mrs. Vaughn Trahlich. Mrs. C- J. Pierce spent a few days with friends in Kvansville this week. Mr. Cheaney Rose, of Elizabeth town, III., spent Tuesday with friends here. For a bargain In new Dodge Roadster See W. E. Cox, phone 150 Marion, Ky. Also a used Ford car for sale. 4-4T Miss Carrie McConnell, of New York, has been visiting her mother, Mrs. T. J. McConnell. Miss Mittie Clement, of Louisville, is visiting her father, Mr. R. B. Clement. CAFE OPEN Something New and Hp-lo-Date Sowders Cafe (.' there for your meals. (Everything Frenh and clean. Strictly European. call and skk us SOWDERS' CAFE. f t MAIL KODAK FILMS...

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. — 20 August 1920

THE CTTTFWDEV PRESS, MARION. KENTUCKY PARCEL POST MARKETING MERITS The Pared Poit It a Short Cut Which Producer and Coniumert Use to Good Advantage. The proof nf parcel-post marketing I In the eating. Muny thousands nf consumers have tried out litis method nf purchasing farm products fur the table and are ntlng llii'lr fund wllli it relish horn Of good fcmil, tliivnri'il llh till' sillier if economy mid service. After nil. the Html test of this iiieiliml nf ilireet marketing is t lip measure nf satisfac tion secured liy Inner and seller. In stances of successful parcel-post sell ers, Nortli. Snii.li. fast mid We-l. which have cnnie to the attention nf fh Ml red 11 of markets. United States department of floriculture, provp quite as l..uch lis pages of theory and dis cussion tlip Inmietisp practii'iil value nf this method nf huylni! and selling. While thp extent to which tlip people of this country nrp marketing produce through the parcel post Is not deflnlte ly known, there Is every...

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. — 20 August 1920

THE CMTTEND'N JRESS. MRIOV. XFNTUCKY ROAD BUILDERS STUDY SOILS Highway Engineer! Expected to Ob tain Important Information by Investigation. An Investigation which promise to (ilnce hi ihe 1IkhihjiI of highway en g Ulcers Imporiunt In format Ion regard lilt! lln- relation of hiil In In highway durability Iiun been undertaken liy I tie bureau if public mail", lulled stales department of agiiculluiv. Till work Includes taking MinuplcH nf soil at SMits In li suhgriide of H highway where tln mini lux begun In full, studying surrounding geological con ditions til 'll'llTlllllll' tlUW lUolStUle ar rived In tln subgrnde. thus destroy lug Its vn I u ; making laboratory test in tlotcmiluc tli; ili,VKinil rhr nctcrlsllcs of noIIk, iiihI obtaining H 'lent I lie measure of I hi- hearing value of Nolle. In tliln Investigation It In pro Iioni'iI in olitiiln a Hindi co-opcriilUui u possible from 1 1 vnrloiiN state highway department. Tin' bureau of soils In i'k iTiillnir Willi llii' bureau of publ...

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. — 20 August 1920

Great Tire Sale For the next few days I will offer my entire slock of brand new first-claas GOODRICH TIRES at the following prices: These tires are strictly first-slass and fully teed by the manufacturer for 6,000 miles. guaran- List Price Our Price 30x3 $17.15 $15.00 30x3 23.20 18.50 31x3ls 27.65 21.00 32x3 28.05 23.50 32x4 36.80 27.50 33x4 38.60 30.00 34x4 30.60 33.60 SPEED PROGRAM Running Races. Trotting Races. Pacing Races Best Lot of Horses of Any Season. As this offer is only for a few days, BUY NOW. M. O. ESKEW Daily Stunt Flights by Airship Thrilling Leap-the-Gap By Automobile Other Spectacular Free Acts Reduced Railroad Rates COME! The Pennyroyal Fair INCORPORATED Hopkinsville, Ky., Aug. 31 to Sept 4, 1920 - BIG DAYS - SEVENTH YEAR The Best Half Mile Track in The State. BEST FAIR IN WESTERN KENTUCKY 5 5 GREAT EXHIBIT Beef Cattle. Dairy Cattle Swine, Sheep and Poultry. Agricultural Exhibit Floral Hall Big Carnival Attractions Good Music By Brass Band COME ! JUNIOR RED CROSS ...

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. — 24 August 1920

ISSUED TWICE EVERY WEEK ARRANGEMENTS ARE BEING PERFECTED For the Big Hall Cum Friday All Tli Old Timers Clamoring for Chanre to I'lay Ah soon ox the Press appeared lust Week with the announcement that the "Old Timers" had challenged the Marion Reds and thf challenge had been accepted applications to jfet in the line up Hooded Capt. Ciuy IjiiiiIi of the "Ha Beens" and he will there fore have much material to pick from. And they all insiNt that they are as Rood or better than any of the youngsters on the regular team and are going to show them up in great plmpe You never can tell either. J' imagine Jan. H. Orme striking out such sluggers an Driskill, Kim sry, et al! He says he in going to do it too. Also adds to the asser tion that he is going to put over in the old cemetery hiiiiaelf . That alone will he worth the price of admission, though it In not guaranteed liy the inuiuigemciit . Captain Guy is keeping his players secret, with the exception of the onei already announced, ax he i...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 24 August 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., Aug. 24, 1920. By W. F. and W. P. HOQARD. Mlsa Leaffa Wllborn, Newt Editor Entered aa aecond-claia matter February 9th, 1878, at tna poitoffice at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act ox Congress of March 3rd, 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES 12.00 per year cash in advance IS SANITY RETURNING? In one of our large cities there is a manufacturer who employs nun erous traveling men who penetrate every nook and corner of the country. These men are instructed, in addition to the sale of goods, to keep their fin gers constantly upon the pulse of the people and report to the home office. This manufacturer is firmly of the opinion that the country has about re covered from its delirum of commer cial and financial insanity and is on the return to normal conditions and stability. The public has ceased to buy with audi extravagant abandon, confining itself to the purchase of such articles as are legitimately required. This has curtailed the demand, with the result that tho...

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. — 24 August 1920

THE TWO BETHELS RUSSELVII.LE FOR BOYS Campus and ISuildings. $.100,000 Endowment $200,000 1920 Enrollment 181 Faculty, All Men. Fifteen Ample Klwtives in College courses, Standard High School and Preputory. Hu.siiieHs and Vocational Classes. Military Training, It. O. T. C. I 'ni forms Furnished Free Athletics Compulsory Expenses $:)(). Rates to Ministers. Write for ( ataloK and Annual. (jKOIMiK F. DASHER, President RVSSEI.LVILLE KENTUCKY Hopkinaville for Girl A Junior College and Conservatory and a Standard High School. Courses in Literature. Art. Expression, Home Ec onomics, music and business under competent instructor. Patronage increased 300 per cent last year, good social and religious atmosphere. New dormitory, gymnasium, swimming pool. A good place for good girls. Let us send you our catalog. J. W. GAINES, President. HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY HAP 4 LOCAL BEIWGL Mr. Virgil Threlkeld M't a few (lay lat week in St. Ixnnv ru Mitchell urn! Messrs. J nines Pace, Coiliin Happullin and A...

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. — 24 August 1920

BENEFIT GAME OF Maxwell Park, MARION FIB Game MARION REDS VS. A Team Composed of Marion's OLD TIME PLAYERS TWO J. H. Orme will present a fine box of candy to the most popular lady attending the game. Each gentleman accom- nanvlnir a larlv will minf fnp rrfo Friv" Avamnlo if a larlvr comes with two men she receives two votes, with ten men, ten votes, etc. Come on ladies and get the candy! Haynes & Taylor will present a box of cigars to the most popular gentleman attending, score to count on the number of ladies accompanying any one gentleman. J. R. Sbwders will give everybody present a glass of lemonade. Many other surprises for you. Everybody come! Admission: Children 25c, Adults 50c FREE LIST SUSPENDED Straight talk on Cream Separators by C. A. ADAMS Marion, Ky. NO MATTER what anyone may claim, there is only one speed at which a cream separator should be turned in order to get all the cream and cream of uniform thickness. That's the speed plainly indicated on the crank of every...

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 August 1920

ISSUED TWICE EVERY WEEK Volume 43 Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, Aug. 27, 1920 Number 11 COAL DROPS $4 AS U. S. OPENS PROBE Operator Report Bituminous Salt Average $3 SI With Profit SI Cents WASIIINGTON-On thf heels of Attorney General Palmer's instruc tions to all United States District Attorneys to put an end to profitecr lltlC in bituminous con I, the Federal Trade Commission made public iU findings on bituminous coal costs, based on its Intent monthly return, report In understood to have been in the ha ml of the Department of Jus tice when the Attorney General is aued hia order to I tut rid Attorneys to put a curli on alleged coal profi teer. Admiral Benson, chairman of the United State Shipping Hoard, com plained Friday that he has to pay from f-0 to $'21.' a ton for coal for hunker finrose . The reptiit )nndc .public ty the Federal Trade Commission state that if the operator reporting for the West Virginia field are reprcsenta live' for th state, the average re p...

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 August 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS. MARION. KENTUCKY The mountain of aucuca U lUtp and rough. Who tains th (ummlt cltmb . weary way; I Aad, though brave (Mt grow stronger with rebuff. The ruckjr path a coward' supe mr stay. A MOT WEATHER LUNCHEON. I Even In worm weather a hot soup In fenjoyed, especially thote made of fresh preen vegetable, lorb n pen, spinach, vegetn Me oyster or celery. Cu cumber soup may not be bo well known but It U a moat nppetlilug one. ITT "I Cream of Cucumber , M Soup. Hnve ready one all C cupful of stewed ctieuni- tier, ruhlel through a lev. Take tbe liquor In which the cucumber wa cooked, reduce It to balf cupful by boiling, and net aside. Pot Into a sauccpao one tahlcapoonful of butter, sen hi hi with Fait, pepper and. when tbe butter Ik hlcalhg hot, stir Into It two tuhlexpoorifuli of flonr. Stir until the mixture lenvea tbe nidi of the pan. Add three cupfuls of cold milk and atlr coiiKtnntly until It boils. When tbe mixture In an thick i.s a thin cream sauce add 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. — 27 August 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY VEGETABLES ARE BESTJORDUCKS Most Profitable Returns Obtained Where Green Feeds Pre dominate In Rations. HATCHING EGGS FROM PEKIN Young Fowl to Be Marketed Should Be Fattened for Two Week Be fore Kilting Fleh Aid In Reducing Feed Bill. Ducks inny he fed on the nitlnnH .commended for fowl and chicken, tmt hotter result are UHiiully secured by feeding mure green nnd vegotuhle st-cd iiinl a linger riiiirlluii f mush. Kgg f run I'cklu ilti. k h are used large I)' fur hutching, mill tin. profit Im cured In producing given duckling; therefore these ducks lire fed a main tenance rilllun lifHT they stop laying In the kiiiiiiiiit until uliuut December 1, when n laying nil Ion In uhi'ii and Hie lllliotllit (if lllHll llicrclll.d. Runner for Egg. Indian Iluiilicr cluck tune been In troduced us producer of commercial eggs, o they should In fed hiving ra tion iliroiiulioiii tlu year If kept for KS production. Tin ducklings lit Im marketed should li fattened ...

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 August 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky.,Aug. 27. 1920. By W. F. and W. p. HOGARD. Mlaa Leaffa Wilborn, News Editor. Entered aa second-class matter February 9th, 1878, at the postoffice at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES 12.00 per year cash in advance THE COAL GOIX.E Is the bottom about to drop out of coal aa it dropped a few days ago out of 25c sugar? Are the con sumers to have at last relief from the intolerable artificial prices at which coal has been' sold? ine pyramided prices of sugar broke down of their own weight ap parently. Are the prices of coal to follow suit? With 75 per cent of do mestic coal bins still empty, accord ing to estimates, and with schools, industries and public services imper iled the question of what is to be the autumn price of coal is of great im portance and of universal interest. Figures of the Federal Trade Com mission purporting to show the pro duction cost of Various grades of coal and the prices realized ...

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. — 27 August 1920

School Supplies Everything1 the student needs, from a pencil sharpener to an unabridged dictionary. Your children can not do their school work efficiently unless they are "ful ly equipped." J 4 JAS. H. ORME DRUGGIST "All That the Name Implies" Vlocal I fyUPENING$ Mr. E. S. Traylor has sold his farm near Repton to Mr. Beverly Herrin. Mr. W. F. Ilrown, merchant of Mat tiHin, wan in town Wednesday. MeHHrH. Geo. P. Roberta. W. R. (nice, Sam Guicvnheim and Jan. H. Orme motored to Kvanville Wednea- day to hear Gov. Cox apeak. Mr. A. C. Rabb went to Evansville Tuesday to lie present at the Cox speaking. Mesdames Win. Harnett and Katie (Joodloe and Miss Esther Barnett and Hope Hudson motored to Evans ville Wednesday. t ; t Oik T A Satisfied Customer is Sure a Good Advertisement Head What Mrs. llarpending Says "I have used a Pointer Range for more than a year and am perfectly witisfted with it in every way." MRS. E. L. HARPENDING MARION HARDWARE CO Miss Marie Hughes spent a few days this wee...

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. — 27 August 1920

5 if 11 4 ii PANCAKE, Crisp, tatty pancakes sizz ling hot and right off the griddle. Treat your family to pancalces tomorrow morning. It'l easy to mike good pancakes with Gilstss's Best flour. Milled trom selected loft red winter wheat, Giutes's But i a biscuit and pasffy (lour of aurpassing fiae nets and whiteneat. Vou will like Giutes's BtsTflour. GILSTER MILLING CO. Ofl'tai Cht.trr. Ill MtlU, Steeleville, 111. A Clean Sweep. Vacationist You say the city takes everything you raise, l'unner Yes ! And flint Includes tin' help we raise. Puts Will In You Easy to Get Strong Everyone wants more pop and sure ly ueeds It this hot weather. Hot weainer takes away the appetite and makes one feel listless, lifeless, miser able, even when you have a strong stomach, but for those who have weak stomachs, It Is really a dangerous, trying time. Be on the safe side this kind of weather and help nature all you can, by taking nn eatonlc tablet about half tin hour before you eat and one or two nn hour...

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. — 27 August 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY 1 fir 0 A OPEN-AIR MARKETS FOR CLUB V PRODUCE STIMULATES DEMAND Two Junior Star &ilnwomn at thf den Club At Lincoln. Neb.. there I a buy unit plrl' irnrili'ii chili Hint Im rrent win new departure In tin- nwrki'tliiK of (Hnlrn prMlur1. The niriiiher of the rltilf l.i""i ntnui(! - prndueed more fiinliii fruit uml vrkvttihle thnn tl.ey nmlil ue. How ciiiihl they ill fume of the Mirpltia crop? All iipen ntr itinrkfl wn aiiiivested. Tin' liounl of tniilc iliiiinlirr of coiimiiTiv fiivonxl tin plan, mill n Saturday inornliii: on-ti itl r market u rn-iited. At drat tin hiilnes turn of Lin coln rttiiliilntl Hint It would Inter fere with Hie ri-uuliirly etnlilUli"l iroliu-i- iruili-: liiti-r tln-y li-nrni'd tlmi. 011 tin- rnntrary, tin' Imy Mini ulrU' Saturday market created H lnrii-r de niiitiil for I'roilipi- 1I11H11R Hit- work, uml llioy lira- now riitlniMimtlr uvir Ho" arrangement. Tint open nlr innrki-t hue luinine n regular fiirlor In the 1M-...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
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