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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 14 September 1920

I f . ' 1 IIARnitJR TRADITIONS, 'V AND HOPES A At . mi iiimi r triing man wno win db Former Pastor Still leader and Not Dictator. REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS Appointed to Change the Voting Precincts in Critten den County, Kentucky. 4"- .VINOS IN SENATOR NO - TRACE OF RADICALISM " Declares Juitlcs, KlrdllneM and Meray '; ' Stand Out a Foremost Charao- leriiiici or nepuoucan Candidate. Included anion the Minnesota Be- publicans working faithfully and la dustriously In behalf of Senator Bard' lag, U Rev. D. B. Martin, of Winne bago, Minn, formerly pastor of tho Marion, Ohio, Baptist Cburcn and Senator Harding's pastor. Too other day Rev. Martin was asked Just why ho is so enthusiastic about Senator Harding, and this la what he said: "It Is a peculiar pleasure for mo to continue the work which I began twentj-flve yenrs ago. It was my privilege to stand on the side line and boost for Senator Harding whea he received bis first nomination for public office. When he was a candi date for the sen...

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 September 1920

, J -V. ISSUED TWltE EVERY WEEK J Volume 43 )t EXTRA VOTE ? CAMPAIGN RUNS TEN DAYS ONLY Candidate Still Puttipjf Forth Ever Effort In Interesting Race And Hundreds Of Sub Kcriptions Being Added. 1 j! TIIK CONTKSTANTS IN rii. Fred Itriiwa Melba Cannun ,Vr. . . (arnahan .... l.uietla Kunlcy i ICiaa (iliidvx I rank .,1.. , . . . t S3r.j Adilit Mavnard l.amli VI1 Nannie Moure Kiss Edna Morgan K:, Alma Smith tlL Film TravU tllaa Uaffa Willwrn ...... tM Airrll Vaughn U Yrra oung TW cloae of the largest extra vol "-T on Woilnoduy in the in am mot li I . -nly eul auljB4-r iplion contest ;;' uhiiiiii; on the I'm Hilda nil f Cm oiipnU ntrant aiill putting tr a hecli. Iattl! for the beautiful t-J and other valuable prliie tu tlfcrvcn a Aiiy. Kewr before in the I ' )ty nPCi itU-iiileii county baa ao I h inten-.t been displayed in any I and tti.i finish will no doubt V to lie the most exciting of twr In-fore Maited In thia m. . All ruiididntea put forth every In or ilfr to Ret an many vote )okih...

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 September 1920

J THE . CRITTENDEN PRESS. MARION. KENTUCKY Jc IB ba M St di hi H; ct tv. P' r hi p" dt ' o II, u. ' p I p b a , I 1: t t ( t I I I i i 5 V7: - v. e- m .. . PO WERS ENABLED TO HOLD HAP in r.nnriQ fop hip.hfr pripf. - ;:v I rJ te: Wool Sorting, Inspection and Blsnding, Copyright, . by' American Woolen Co.. Huston.) : 'Since the passage of the United , ". ''States warehouse act In Will, the hu- , ''rwo of markets, t'nlted Suites de- t-. ; fiartment of agriculture, which Is , rtiarged with the adminstmtlon of this legislation, has received approximate , ! ami application for licenses. Ilnlf ' . ,''. lf these applications were received - V within the jiast year. , ,. v The advantages that accrue from the .'. , federal licensing and bonding of wnre '. -houses storing agricultural products "r neh as cotton, grain, wool, tobacco " . " nod flaxseed are Just beginning to he ' folly appreciated, say specialists of t)ie bureau of markets. A continuous tncntlonul campaign has heen con ; ducted t...

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 September 1920

THE CRITTENDEN PEESS. MARION, KENTUCKY 4 iy ne in H a ml nl.. lit th? !i'li. I-'- ili.d in't rip-- that ii.h ' tli , Ih ,rtine it f' thlnf ROAD BUILDING PUBUC ROADS BUREAU WORK 'Plana, Specifications and Estimate ' Art Examined and Approved f In 8hort Parlod. ..- ' Over AO per tint of all nillrH(lonr ' for federal aid are handled In (lie ill trlct ofllce nf tli burauu of puhllt , ? j roads, t'nlted Stotcs department o( - . .agriculture In an average of five duya; , j 0 per nl of them paa the chief i; engineer's office In Washington to final approvul In four days, Tin plana, Mclf)catliiin ami estimate which the ; statea furtilh and which have to be i ; reviewed, HiiiittliiuM checked, ami aU , '.. waye reported on In ilrtiill with spielt1c " recommendation, hum the district cnglnevr'a oflliv at about tli minx ' rale a the application nml tai per . 1 Cent of Uicin pass (lie district ' engineer's office In throe and a luill ''f a)a- There are at present over S.s1 , Artlve federal alii p...

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. — 17 September 1920

. orlor an JDS IN S 5 ' 7 jlfeAGUE OF NATIONS .m.iibp. - MEANS TO EACH UK IS. iiiiu-' !3r. Frank Crane, an Eminent Preacher and Author Published in -Current Opinion," September, 1920. tMDTr Ml! ', V ""Viw 1 I NBttona t ?e's Form' Vi . i Sa idling wiac , L- 4. Ik It is the hi: f Comi v ii J y. I .alism 2. J me, yo fj not Us would I sum up the points in regard to the League date: the most imnortant issue in the world. more important than any issue that has ever occurred history of mankind. ComtmriHl with it. all economic and industrial questions re small, because, if we cannot stop war, industry will always ) subject to periodic destruction. I Compared with it all subjects of dispute between churches sd creeds are insignificant, for war is the triumph of mater- and heathenism. 2. If you are going to oppose the League oi xsaiions 10 me, you must" propose some other way to stop war, or I will not listen. . ... 3. It took the most fearful war of history to induce tne nations to get toget...

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. — 17 September 1920

HAVE YOU PICKED 1R Have VOU divert vour npw or renewal siihsmntinn for the Press in vnnr fnvnrifp rnnWnnf and hdnaA tn win nno nf fho vol O J - - vnuuv awii waaw a. wis w JVM 1HIV1IIIV VVII DVUIfUilV Willi 1IVIIVU V Till! VltV V VllV T (41 V LI- A t .' . 1 .1 1 I li.i a A n a a a . . - - V uame prizes 10 oe given away, or are you waiting lor tne ngnt contestant to come along: Each subscription given on or before Wednesday averages three times as many votes as will be allowed during the closing peiiod. ' YD WlNNffi?:- f V : 1 .'I I t. 1 GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE D B& Brothers MOTOR CAR- 1920 Model Touring Car VALUE $1,415.00 PURCHASED FROM Marion Auto Sales Co. Marion, Kentucky SECOND PRIZE Edison Talking Machine I'urchaned from and on Exhibition at Yates Bros. Music Store THIRD PRIZE Beautiful Cedar Chest Purchased from and on exhibition at R. F. Dorr Furniture Store FOURTH PRIZE Ladies' Valuable Watch Bracelet Swiss Movement Soon on Exhibitioa , FIFTH PRIZE Ladies' Valuable Watch Bra...

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. — 17 September 1920

a ; '4 DIG OUT ALL HARMFUL BARBERRY BUSHES INCLUDING SMALL ROOTS NEW COATS FOR THE SMALL GIRL Mt Al SUFFER" ssee Lady, and WARNING! Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting gehuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 20 years and proved safe by millions. Suffering, She Says, m Cardui Is Right at Hand. iRAOITi V ...r" eVa Fnrm 'sa Ana Mai Ceader an JDS IN S ' TRAC 5 V Twin. Hoping her ex- others who suffer . . J 4 MMiotta common among women, Ckartea Bain, of this (Campbell) jL aagra: "I bad womanly trou j I gvwMo't rest, couldn't sleep, ' Ja biivuiu and suffered a great fc'jaf pate In my head, litnbs and xw- i vNra ret to the Dlace where Declare Jutty. ,,1 withnllt . Brvnt p.nrf ;( il'f- I had known of Cardui. t trsnie how a woman will "Jaat g mfferlng when the best Rncr world U right at hand hmt wn de! "Hat taafiy tbe pain was worse, my enir great, I knew I must do wunr(kki(. A friend mentioned Cardui and w taatf far It One bottle helped "I to a coarse of Car...

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. — 17 September 1920

) THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY EL Orangemen in Great Belfast Demonstration Children Cry h TOLD BY DODSON rnntpnH 15Tluid Pnwtml p9 j y li Don't Need to Sicken, Gripe ( r--i :.,-. v.. ....if . f tilt I eV CALOM HORROR r lull nUitf. i I r w R-.ll " PHjw' Mi '.7 'x- L . i: i J .or activate luuiaeu iw . Start Liver. ou're hlilou. alugglsh, constipated. A feel headachy, your stomach tnujr i amir, your breath had, jour eklu How anil you believe you need vile, dsaa,(lr"u" calomel to aturt liver ami kfWel. ; lere's my guarantee 1 Auk your drug j for a bottle nf Iiodson's Liver jne anil take spoonful tonight. If It ' jen't start your liver anil ntrnllttti f jot right up better ill mi calomel ami Without tirlplng or making you sick I wist you to go bai'k to l lie atore and 1 C'your money. 1 Take rulnmcl toilny anil tomorrow yot) will feel weak ami nick ami nau seated. I v.n't lour a day. Take a spoonful of hurmlcs. vegetable iKxi aoai'a I.Ivor Ton tonlglit ami wake up ; feeling sple...

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. — 17 September 1920

a v 11 hit' .nimnr iiinwii v -..- I DOING Clitics iiiuieui of an execu f men Mild women to I:!. irti of :!;c cnnipaleu, the f , ji have about completed their $ulou. Chairman John U ,. appointed inp roiiowing men; i 5 Alox P. Humphrey, Louisville; forge B. Martin, Catlelts- tor r 'i.e. a Mu.1ifi 14 nn. tg'j FONTf Jsjitoburg; Col P. H. Cnlhitmn, Louie- .. a' Senator (.lias. St. Harriot, Ver T,llng Mar Th if Hon. W. .K Sparks, Sit Ver- 'mHpp an S- ,l,M""' Mr .CdUCI on. Csaini4 i u-ilsiin. rhHlrnuiu Woman' X, bailment, Ims iipoliiteil the follow j vromen to advise with her: Mrs. , 0 B. Castleman, Louisville; Mr it. Harrison, Lexington; Mr. Johu ,'"Jton. Barilstown; Miss Alice Lloyd, i ..-. auaysvuii; .Mrs. Mim n. mhiwius, ww aratJual'' osboro; Mrs. Shelley House, Covlng toSKnrit ton, and Mrs. U, B. 1'billlpa, l'adueah. ' . i f l Thoao ta'A ri-.m,ia .sHitlilll tilt lt8fl 1 OS IN S TRAC These two croups vouttilu the lead tmt citizens nf Kentiirkr. and the aual- itj of their attalnmouts an...

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 September 1920

' ' ' f . urn ISSUED TWICf iVEHY WEEK Volume 43 Marion, Crittenden County, l ntiicky, Friday Sept. 24, 1920 Number) r V-. XTt SS s mm Will i J t J i i i A NOW COMES THE FINAL STRUGGLE IN THE BATTLE OF BALLOTS Only Five More Day Ikfore The Handsome Dodge and Other .Valuable Prize Will He Kxtra Vote Offer THK I'ONTKSTANTS IN Mt. r'rt-d llrown MIkh Mrllia Carman Mrn. I). (I, (arnahan Mis l.uiHta Kaalry Minn (lUd)n Krankx Mrn. Addie Maynard l.amh Minn Nannir Moore MixH hUtua Morgan .Mr. Alma Smith Miiw Kllrn Travbi Minn l.ralfa Willxirn Minn Alrrll Vaughn Mi Vrra Young Tdc iiiainrnoth (Hipularity and nub aeiiption campaign which has been runiiiiiK for the pant thrre wi-kn on the (titti-ndi-n 'rcs I'omr to rloar a) the i-loi-k Htrilirt riifht on nxt Wrdni-Mluy, Si-pt-iuU'r iWth. Never bofou- in tho hintory of ('ritu-ndrn County ha any i-mniui'ii arouxrd th inU-it-nl that this campaign ha anion.' the ri-idi-nt of the county and tin- outtoiiif of the rare will be walilu-.l with hilt-real h...

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 September 1920

-.V .",T"0 mm is ISSUED JWICEEVERY WEEK " Volume 43 Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday Sept 24, 1920 .1 in 1 ? I f in" it krt hat t ni i ui tie a hliihe Won EMI )W COMES THE FINAL STRUGGLE r IN THE BATTLE OF ALLOTS Fife More Days Before The Handsome Dodge and Other Valuable Prizes Will Be Awarded. The Final Extra Vote Offer Close Saturday )'. - ' ' J. r . T J .a. .ja, THE CONTESTANTS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER Frd lir n Mattoon T T Mtlba Canaan Mario J f D. O. Isrnshaa Mario t T Lwsttta Kaslr Shady Grove J J Gladya Prank Tola J f Add; Maynard Lamb ....... .Marlon 7 J Nannie Moore Sheridan T f Kdna Morgan MarWn ? T Alma Smith Krrdonla T T Ellen Travla Tribune ? J LealTa Wllborn .Marion ? T Alrell Vauihn Foroa Ferry T T Vera Young Mfstro f T . TV mammoth popularity and sub ( 'ytUm campaign which haa been ing for Uia pant k)irt weeka on " Critti-iiuVn freu comet to loa -fc clock atrikea eight on nxt aJay, K-pmbr 29th. - Never in Die history of Crittenden Jf ha- any rampaiirn nrouae...

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 September 1920

w I ORD I'RADIIi t y Y Y Y ! Y f At t y J ; v The Universal Car 4 ting Ma' : ; s of Ford I tcauer air hoS, 1 4-J M. f j no hi Tr1 La -a Reduction in race - TRAf Mlart Just' ' l: 'V t i 1 ;V r The war is over and war prices must go. Effective at once, Ford Cars, Trucks and Tractors will be sold f. o. b. Detroit at the following prices: Touring, with starter $510.00 Touring, without starter . . . $440.00 Runabout, with starter .... $465.00 Runabout, without starter . . . $395.00 Coupe, with starter $745.00 Sedan, with starter $795.00 Truck, one ton worm drive with pneumatic tires . . . $545.00 Fordson Tractor $790.00 The Ford Motor Company makes this reduction in the face of the fact that they have on hand immediate orders for one hundred forty-six thousand sixty five cars and tractors. The Company will suffer a temporary loss while using up the material bought at high prices. They are willing to make this sacrifice in order to bring business back to a going condition as quickly as po...

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 September 1920

ii rrr-Mf - - Tn1 Tm TR lderftate sly meaS -'AM i f ) ( i The Univewal Car rtv o n ii j n .... an a m -mi, jj-.' rRi .iW ' 1 . i . . a. : c j Tfnrlrt and Tractors will be WgjYar is over and war prices must go. crrecuve ai unw, ruru vaio, sold r. o. D. ueiroit ai ine roiiowing pncca. J JCI. iV ' mmm m nice of 'Ford 'Products v. Touring, with starter . . . Touring, without starter Runabout, with starter . . Runabout, without starter Coupe, with starter . . Sedan, with starter . . Truck, one ton worm drive with pneumatic tires . . Fordson Tractor $510.00 $440.00 $465.00 $395.00 $745.00 $795.00 $545.00 $790.00 IX' The Ford Motor Company makes this reduction in the face of the fact that they have on hand immediate orders for one hundred forty-six thousand sixty five cars and tractors The Company will suffer a temporary loss while using up the material bought at high prices. Ihey are willing to make this sacrifice in order to bring Business back to a going condition as quickly as possible...

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. — 24 September 1920

-i .t i 1 THE CAMBELL, BAILEY, HUTCHINSON COMBINED Circus, Menagerie and Wild West in thin matter. Of course the Amer ican government could have saved money or practiced further economy by paying these soldiers less money and by skimping its commissary. But no American doughboy who cam paigned with the "poilus" and saw what they ule and wore, is going to be incensed at the American govern ment's success in giving him more clothes and better chow than any other government furnished to its soldiers. As a matter of fact, the cost to America per soldier was some what more than six times the cost to France per soldier. The fact is that the French soldier got fie a day while the American soldier drew ; from $1.M up-twenty times what: his French comrade received. Does the Kepulilicun party meun by this criticism that the American soldier i should have been paid, fed and cloth-j ed upon the same basis that the i French soldier was? SEE i The Troupe of IVrforminft Klt-phants Jhe Many .oo her...

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. — 24 September 1920

THE CAMBELL, BAILEY, HUTCHINSON COMBINED Circus, Menagerie and Wild West V$AHIrt &Mttt0mi in this matter. Of course the Amer- lean government could have saved i money or practiced further economy! by paying these soldiers less money! and by skimping iU commissary. But1 no American doughboy who rani-1 migned with the "poilus" and saw' what they ate and wore, is going to! be incensed at the American govern-! merit's success in 'giving him more clothes and better chow than any other government furnished to it soldiers. As a matter of fact, the cost to America per soldier was some' what more than six times thf cost. to France per soldier. The fact is that the French soldier got 5c a day' while the American soldier drew from $1.00 up twenty limes what his French comrade received. Does, the Republican party mean by this criticism that the Ameiican soldier should have been paid, fed and cloth ed upon the same basis that the French soldier was? Mi" iStrouseSBrtr 0 SEE The Troupe of Perf...

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. — 24 September 1920

, ":l f ... vp- li on Cream Separators by CANDIDACY OF RICHARD P. ERNST GAINING POPULARITY OVER STATE Illinois Central Proudly Calls Attention to its Record MADAMS Marion, Ky. re's Forr - InAU I iv M ,XrQ M. H .cleanest, rosts jh J WaV - trader a' ' keep in good work r i y.jer, and lasu the .JDS IN ader a' Nke i -r iiuj iu iviiww i lie: L.are.W SePara,l0r miLg.ht t fw. easily mean a loss to him y :' ; several thousand dollars . . V i t ; . y or 1111 1116 ePtora ed in the world I creameries and milk ants are De Lavals. I: LI And it s just as important to you as it is to the creameryman to select the right cream separator. Why not be guided by the creamerymant experience? Sooner or later you wUl bur Come in some day and talk it over i urn, m. You'll Be Glad of It If yon make it a poinl to get clothes of beat qual ity, you'll find, that it's the quality that saves money for you, more than low price. HART SHAFFNER & NARX tlothes c,r.t just enough to he as good as they are; you'll fi...

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. — 24 September 1920

CANDIDACY OF RICHARD P. ERNST GAINING POPULARITY OVER STATE 0;m Separator. I ;K 7f ViDAMS Illinois Central Proudly Calls Attention to its Record V- 0 ' A L V i tr S ' '""" 5 ''' 4 &sam. to r3W8 whirV TV" deader i JDS ira F" ?..- "8 1 . ' 1! I.! k ? V . Z severaJh r ' IV i-yearodeg ot all the separators - TLfn. VJLirT wnrM'i prAamriM mill T V - ! I! " Ayust as important to yqu as it is to the Tc J1 ta select the right cream separator. ; 'Ovrience? V " 1 Sooner or later you will buy It,- i ""Vjk, A You'll Be Glad of It H you make it a point to get clothes of best qual ity, you'll find, that it's the quality that raves money for you, mure than low price. HART SH AFFNER & NARX clothes cvft just enough to le as good s they are; you'll find them just as good as they cost. Our Hir.wings for fall are the largest we've ever shown and our prices as low as we can possibly make them. 317 .Main Street Evansville, Ind. Come to Evansville. We refund fares ' i 1 PI JsA-i m ME SALE -I WILL O...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 24 September 1920

. ' . ; ; : ; : ofairy story idut kentucky TOBACCO NAILED MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL YM v' KCUVTf TV)P LOCKA UtttC TUte M&NV 0JZ -tu? Grvcro .vocuNvavtf eokv OA (KEN V.'JIITER IN COUNTRY GENTLE (' MAN EXPLODE8 HIS YARN ! TO STATE FARMERS. :aST PLAIN PIPE DREAM" By Charict Sughro ft t " Wi 1 : . LJ ' ' i Ptrnocratic Jax Candidate Told ; Growara That Slump In Market Wit "Du to Failura to Ratify Peaea ; Traaty." ! It wuuld k.-.'iii that tlie whole cum ipultu uf tliivt-i'iiiir 'ux being base. I Upoli uu effuit lo lulttleiid (lir peuple. JUHt lllll! III. Ill' fuWlOUtloll VMIVl'll In font Kejittnky runner lu believe la the tfiiKHH uf Nation Iiiik been uu tuvereil It will In remembered llmt Uovem ur I'm mine iuiu Kentiuky during liU imiiptilgu fi,i i lu' lifiiiui rullr iiuuiliiutliih, inuklni; a niiiiilii-r uf upeeihea. A writer In n nationally oml until ullural iuut, Tin- Country tirlitli'liiuu, iI.hi'umiIIii! ilu- ti.bui'i'o Ituutlun In llila Mtalc, (.-ur uu tu Miy "A ti-iluiii nuld...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 24 September 1920

COX FAIRY STORY MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL By CHaric Sughroe ABOUT KENTUCKY T08ACC0 NAILED WHITER IN COUNTRY GENTLE MAN EXPLODES HIS YARN TO STATE FARMERS. "JUST PLAIN PIPE DREAM' w.mocrjuc Jan Candidate Told Growert That Slump In Marktt Wat ra . uu to Failur to Ratify Peac Tri-aty." I) LiJ . "k.u, - ll woul.l m.-.iii that ie whole mm lul;u of ti.iviThor I'm la Mim u.ih. "POU kll . (lull lu IlilHllMld tin- i.-o.Ih I'"'' HIillH tlllllirutlnll W,IW-II I fona Knitiiik) farnitra to liHiirv in ti.u 1 . . ... ...v avi-iiKiif in -Miiimm llls ,,.,. u, t'ovt-red It Will tlM r.Mll.'lnlirlHj Unit tlilVITII 't fin cam.' Into K. ntn. ky tlmlUK ui uiliiinlKii f..r the lunim mil, .oiiiniiiiioii, mukliit: it ihiiiiIkt of .-luv. h. .. A wi ii. r In a im,iI,,i,ii . l-al imrkiiltunil ,iu.er. The Country 'rum-nun, iIim'iim.iiiK tlir tubui-.-. ItUHllnll i, U Nlilll-. pie oil t Hll) "A i'iiIiiUi niiiillihiii- fur tin' lioliiiniiildii f,- 'r,.,,., ( u, rultcl Stitt.-x f m,. Cull riuili- duwn In thiH ruil...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 24 September 1920

moooooooouaoooooBOoooow, lllV" (on Crl, TIRE MW -i. ASTENCY je,8-bSWiwhwVrc rar owners tlng NlVtleanest, 5 'J 1 Ar 1 Header lcecp inT U1 0 8' m,'le f0untrytn ler andrrs an on 8 ones: on business .! . I v me It JDS IN J An car9 1 ires are delivering : TRA v has t0 r service that is built into them at Tjiaily meacn consistent performance indicates a f d severaMdegree of uniformity. 4 year, Jires ieave the factory they That'll? perfect as the newest, high grade ma- ; tJlL9' exPert workmanship and a rigid in spection service can make them. Motorists appreciate the reliance they are able to place in Lee Tires. We'd like to allow you why they'll w in your confidence. 7W aPiitu - A u i V r T Oil f( 0 r; H T. II. COCHRAN & CO. Marion, Kentucky si The Trouble Mender By JESSIE E. SHERWIN ioooooooooooooooooooooooafl I The Ztg-Zag Tread MwmW.I1t ud KtoatlBwvUy ara lt imM Mnnti as ISW WMW TM iti. knn Mt dux b Wnm4, Itrallai Bv Bum of lb "ftM TtM." lU DMtil CwUr Lb K-4 i Obk l M It MM Sm4 U-I...

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