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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 10 October 1919

Swte i Marion, (Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. 10, 1919. Number 11. Volume 42. f J TIIKCOLYU.M. I m i ' n .11 Some iimc lnlil nil' 1 lie other I (I. iv 1 tt-il ihi'iv u:is :i riiTiinl' out; lh.il a int.' it ion would In- rircu- i land aioiTinl this county tor a nun' loot federal road instead ol the sixteen font as planned. I ineMime the idea is to save iiuuh-j . If sax 'ing money ly being heap is all that is neces sai), 1 xxmilil iiggel that we' huild a concrete walk all over I lie euiiiit y and save a lot ol money. This walk would be marly as much benefit to the county as a nine fool road, as i the only xxay xoti could travel; mi either would lie on a bicycle. Too lad the lot availahle for circus purposes is not out be yond the railroad tracks going toward Trihune. Some weeks ago there was a cirrus wanted to come here and t he bridge . out noil h of town on t he Fords I cry road was not Mmn enough to hold their wagons. Pronto there is a concrete bridge in course of const...

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 October 1919

I BT I IB sr yf yf v nt 0 " AT Volume 12. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. 10, 1919. Number 11. L 7 Hrf TIIIHOl.YU.M. Sninr Hue tuld nil' tin' other lay lhal there was a rumor out I luil a I'Vilioii would lie circu lairil aromid this county for a nine loot federal road instead ol the sixteen foot as planned. I presume the idea is to save nioiie . If saving money ly liemi; cheap is all that is neies sui). I Mould surest that we Imild a concrete walk all over the county anil save a lot of money. This walk would be nearly as much henefit to the county as a nine foot road, as the only wa mi could travel on either would lie on a bicycle. Too had the lot available for circus purposes is not out he yond the railroad tracks toward Trilaiiie. Some weeks aj'o there was a circus wanted to come here and the bridge out Hurt li of tow ii on t he Funis I t rry mad was not strong enoiifh to hold their wagons. I'ronto there is a concrete tir.ilj.fi1 in course of const ruc tion. 'Cou...

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 October 1919

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion. Ky., Oct. 10, 1SU9. W. F. and W. P. HOGARD. Editors and Publishers. I ant! ream!. My wife was the daughter of Maxwell P. Phillips. So here we are one of you. iWe are here to do our bit for ; our own people. One of the me diums is the Crittenden Press. . Though our road has been i rocky since we took charge of SAYS NEIGHBORS BY THE CHANGE TkM,TT ren;i the plant. The big tire put us! iir, 9th. W .t the rtorf,ce at ut of ,om,)letelv I T7tt anon. Kentucky, under the Act of .. i., , ?).irT5!f ! m w . . , Willi ri CVI lilt IV IU lilt" 11 Will, 3 II ruary Marion Congrea of March 3rd. is' SUBSCRIPTION RATES jdiMir. By the unstinted kind i ness of our good friend Joe P.ourland, mv sun was enable! $1.50 per year cash in advance. tuf P" ri h m with the business 'of space to do our work and HOWDY. I am here a Una fide citi zen of Marion One man asked nie how long I expected to make this my home. My reply was, "Perhaps until the resurrection." I have spent 39 years i...

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 October 1919

" , ocal News : 4 ... ( was in town was in tiiiilir ,J.anib attended the jvw s;eaking Frid.iv. A. leb,c arid wife were Marion last Friday. J'diu Wuart rn.i.tn.', e.i-diiir the Sali-iii Imnk was in town I "lay last. J. M. I'ickcns wl Friday. Judge Aaron Towery Marion last Friday. Dr. .Mm Reynolds of lilack ford was in Marion Friday. A. F. F.asli'y of Shady Grove attended tin- Morrow speaking. I lay lies and Taylor pay the cost of a trial ly refunding your money if llyoiiici' fails to relieve that cough or (old yon blUC. Albert Likens of Carsvillc was in Marion Friday. Monroe Andrews was in thi nly Friday. J. II. Walker ot S j i ! . t 1 u:i in 4 Marion last Fridav. TVY' ''m' Hunter of Mexico was in lowii r rniay. Rev. W. T. Oakley returned last Friday from Anniston, Mo. where he conducted a succcss- ful revival. l s Net Contents 15Fluid DrachJ IpneVilRM Mothers Know That Ijftapitn Genuine Castoria I M Always . AVe$ liable fteparafon&rAi simi iidnOUKrooa W Kreu' tinfi the SioimcIh ...

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. — 10 October 1919

mxs. nr nunuunituutiiutuiiiitu in miiuiii n huh rui tmuti 111 tu i utii ti t j i mi u tmii 1 1 luit ii 11 1 uti 1 1 1 11 it it i tti m i mi it utiti m t iiiii BAPTISTS PLAN RECONSTRUCTION PROGRAM Do Kentucktans w&nt rwid ! BODY CHARGED WITH DUTY OF OUTLINING HOW 75 MIL LION CAMPAIGN CAN PROMOTE THAT TASK REACHES FIELD DR. LOVE OUTLINES THE NEED AND ISSUES CALL picked , hanc controlled' ill 11 1 11 I villi i It'll M i It is common knowledge that the Republican Party in Ken- tucky is a "one man" party solely in the control of A. T. Hert. It was shown at Lexington where the rank and rile of the party were disfranchised of their primary rights and forced to accept a slate already prepared for them. H Witness the high handed methods of Searcy, Hert's man "Friday", in his treatment of Gorge W. Jolly of Owensboro who was dearly within his rights in seeking preference at the primary. Witrtss also tie (harmful y primary election in the negro ward in Louisville htre the Rt publicans u;d n...

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 October 1919

I 4 till Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. 17, 1919. Number 12. She MM I SEE v.. K. Andrews li:is returned fr..in Akron, Ohm. CliniidU-r & Andd-ws have u'iifil iip "tt new t'loiciy .doiv. i! is tin "lUII villi- .'trrd near tin laili'nad (To;!SiliK. M. V. lirown puii lia tin laiin nt' Mr. Kailcy, kn n u tin- 'I'i.iii Carter place ami .1. V. Jenkins bought Sam Kailey's la'f hear Tribune. A. .Kinlcy ill" Louisville was Hi .Marion this week. ('. 1!. Kllis, a fontl farmer of Salt in wan in Marion WVdue- lav. j K'V. T. ('. Newman lupins u iiiilratleil 1 1 u-t -t i i ik at Surar drove nel SaMiaMi. Urn. Ciuinlay of Sacramento will a-; Hist. W. II. t rine, Dial genial, thrifty fanner of Ciuuie was sliakiiif bands Wednesday in .Marion. hlincr (ialia)ren, a prosper ous fanner anil stockman of Rodney was in Mai ion this week. W ill 1 1 lies, a w ide a wake fanner of Itosehud attended county court.' The will of ii. S. Sulian w.ie probated Monday. J. I). Asher one o...

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 October 1919

W THE CRITTENDEN PRESST Marion, Ky., Oct. 17, 1919. CHUCRHES BLACKFORD Since our last epistle the popu- Mr. DE AN WOOD V. I). Drennan Kr,t part W. F. and W. P. HOWARD. Editors and Publishers. Entered us second class matter Feb ruary 9th. 1878, at the jiostotlice at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act uf Congretn of March Mrd, 1S77. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 per year c:ish in advance. MARION OUR NEEDS. Marion needs ten new resi dents f r rent and then some. A new building for th High school. Oiir young life is our irreatest as.vt. What do you Main Street l'resbj terian Rally Hay will he observed at the Main street Presbyterian .'tumli next Sunday morning. Special exercises will continue through the Sunday School and Church hours followed by Com munion service. All the mem bers are wired to be present. Preaching service in the eve ning at 7:."0 by the pastor, Rev. .Lines F. Price. Rev Unki a, Methodist 11. R. Short, in. Sunday Pastor School. LEST WE FORCET (From a poster circulated last su...

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 October 1919

X T IN I LiOca ews r Watch the Basket rplIK prmeib tmyt: ''Don't 'iit nil of lir ggj in Ukct. " "Pot 'i in nil in ,. U-.Ket M,l t .HI vmUli . Iiu.k.t." U In n y,r minify is iii your I lojifity (, !, ,olir r( ert Mild JllUC llMMIi i, sf,., lie-ure, of fciiiis.-, Init ilu not loi t tlmt. 1,1111 how to pre via h lirf. The .oi.l l ire liiiiirmitvCoinimiiy liiniIffloH-d omlfrfiilMTiffnloii,isline. 'I'liii agency inn If II ym all limit It niii llif vrvii-f and iiiHiiiuin f . I . .. THOMPSON, Atrnil, Marion. Ky. Feels Like Fiesh N My lit icn i felt-it-i,, Xi. Ik I., II U 1 1t III I ' L I I raM t ) rtfLl. i ii iti . at , t IH Hill tl till. I t, 1 u.H.itMi at r I I I -I ill. fl , III If gtaftlftl.U -1 tli 111 11111111' uf Ua.i'it Mint PIU..UI mn-. IB Ijit-UufMil. M lib lyf llV lauutrifl EUMETT BLEVENS CO. riHlDClOUimiUKY, Needed Protection Keep your body wel nourished and strong anc there is little danger. It's etsential that you keep up your resittance. There are thousands of families who w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 17 October 1919

Zif1 ftWHW 1 -or MISSIONS DEEDED IF j on rely on the old-fashioned gravity or shallow-pan methods of cream separation, you certainly aro wasting a big percentage of the high priced cream your herd is yielding. Ii yon are trying "to get along" with an oil reparator or a cheap, inferior one, you ara robbing yourself of profits tbat your herd la trying to give to you. Stop All This Cream Waste-Use A also mm SECFeaP" CRAY OF HOMB BOARD SETS OUT SITUATION CONFRONTING SOUTHERN BAPTISTS THERE. $12,000,000.15 GOAL SOUGHT SlRr 71 f CREAM Coma Into ou store the next time you are in town and . . u - w r:i.i al-imo in tm merest lei Ul buuw yuu uuw me . u J . i Y. COrt m iri. trace anu maaes every cow you wwu wunu -r-v . - . . f .... -l.nn. Hiim flint thA m Duller lat every yeur. i-ci m j"- -- Viking Is the most scientifically constructed ma- chine, tuaua oi me nnesi uaicnau, iu iu ...Rvi. separator factory in the world. Let us show you that the Viking is the easiest run ning, has greater capaci...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 24 October 1919

Ay V 7 I Volume 12. H MtS 111 l f 4' Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, Oct. 21, 1919. (vj James ll.-Woeiloiuhke i "w,,t ,v"' V'',ry ! j Ismail lii'Kimiinv: to oik- of the , ,..-... The eloquent California!!, will! best iti f i t I am! most up-hi-l, ' I j Number 13. .'V 1 1 speak on the l.ivator prohibition ;dato insihutions of its kind in , Movement. Friday 7:::u p. in., at j this part of tin- state is because ' the Methodist church, j it hail Mien hack of it who hail' A . ; the beat interest ; of our people ! it heart ami who were willing I 7 , K.'inLino i'li:inni ; to W-Tk to . ; these interests For some time it has been :,, v rumored hut it was not ' a'IVialiv , , ; million saviue; that Un announced" until Mom lav thai , 'a, ::ik aoil Tiust Com the Farmers Pank lia.l a.M-'.l ;i ,,,INy v, j . tl.at the name new department toils hankimr ;,!., Tlaar slo-an is. "Our department and had reor;a,ni, d i,,,.,,,,., j, ,,, s,,u.. j,. as The Tanners Hank and Tn;-t ,,.,,. K,.s ,, a...

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 October 1919

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS claimin their ',aM 10 the pub- he; they are usinr the gum-shoe method, knowing that their only hope is to catch the temperance people napping. Various things : that have Invn re(orted to us are ; like so many straws, showing ' the direction of the wind. Cer tain things that have found ; their way into the papers could have come from no other headquarters. Let no one think for a nuiim-nt that the liquor interests have given up 'and retired from the field. Marion, Ky.. Oct. 21. H19. W. K and w. p. hik;aki. Editors aiui Publish rs. Entered aa eri.nd clasn ruaUi-r Feb ruary 9th, 1S7S. at the losioii'ue at ! Marion, Kentucky, uruler the Act of 1 Congrett of March 3rJ, IsTT. SUBSCRIPTION RATKS $1.50 per year cash in advance. THE ELECTION. We wish with all the emphas is we can command to warn our friends throughout the State against overcmnMenee and in activity between this time and November 4th. The State-wide Amendment is to be voted tn. and State officers are to be ...

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 October 1919

r I STRAND THEATRE Fridav Octoher 24 f IlljaiCUUUt) I Ul lC Ul OUlUlldCd, 11111113 and Laughter GEORGE M. COHAN in- An Adaptation of His Stage Triumph founded on the tory Seven Keys to Baldpate Saturday, October 25 ANN PENNINGTON in SUNSHINE NAN This picture is the best Miss Pennington has ever dune: a de lightful little romance with a vein of comedy as fine as fine-spun gold. Tuesday, October 28 Ladies and Children FREE In appreciation of the handsome patronage we have enjoyed, we will, n this night, admit all ladies ami children absolutely KRKE George Walsh in Help, Help Police. A whirlwind of succession of thrills and laughter. Ruth Roland in A brand new western thriller THE TIGER'S TRAIL also Mutt & Jeff. Thursday October 30 : Local N ews 6 fir Ifv C CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "A DOGS LIFE" L MIS FIRST MILLION DOLLAR PICTURE. CHARUEOiAPLIN in A DOG'S LIFE , A three reel wiper feature. The Krcalcst comedy of all time. Also the Border Legion from Zane (trey's famous novel of the went,...

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 October 1919

'! ZTZZ ! KENTUGKY BAPTISTS 1 TPh s rLJ; PUT GAMGN FIRST ON THE DEFENSIVE! During the aftermaili of influerua ur its .) umiaUt. ,, (.omuli cations, there is more than ordinary reed (hut you nourish and protect every avenue cf your snength. mm imm mm f I raitl,':- S..I.I from $5.:ti to. Indications point To Certain. ff 0 O i CKf fcj I linos--This nirirkot t-.iiitiiuifs : 'Ctol jn ''"'on j f 1ji??-J rtL I 3 because of its efficient tonic-nutrient ji tens of thousands to renewed sirenJr. fearful or rundown in vitality c h-: J that help build up a &. '.v What SCOTT'S ioti for oth ri it v !' ! Thr fchistr utmlr f ': Uvrr I n ' ' ' - ' S. it M l'fi- ' 11 ' i V : ' l,atvnUri.. It i (i i n:t .. i ! ; . VOII S 1 Mil 1 LEVI COOK ji:wi:li:u Marion, K . 111 II I II I II II 1 : 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 M l ) 1 1 1 1 1 1 ill 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 ) 1 1 1 1 1 ) T I i 1 1 ' I ( 1 1 1 1 ' 1 . M I ' t II 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 ' r I JT") ty TrT m i t TrrriTTkT Y & of Household Goods M H m... ,l.kii-liti't)...

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. — 31 October 1919

I.' mm Volume 42. 7ivoi'Tv iii.'i.'W'i 11 RREAK INTO HUNT. K. Juirrt-y Travis and Grant Davidson, who are profTession ul and scientific fox hunters, and whi boast of the runniiiKcst ''K in Kentucky, have time and aguin assured the housewives of the city that their poultry was absolutely safe as they and their dogs were keeping, the foxes and other "varmints" scared away, hut last Monday evening alxnit 7 o'clock as Cir cuit Clerk 1). A. biwrv. who lives out on North Walker was sitting on his front veranda he saw a large gray fox come leis urely long the street from the direction of Robert Ilaynes', and after capering around a short time in the glare of the street' light, turned and went from whence he came. It would he well for the aforesaid hunters to take due notice and govern themselves accordingly. Mr. Lowry can't prove that he saw the fox hut his reputa tion for truth and sobriety is unquestioned among his asso ciates around the courthouse. hk; VKI.V OF SPAR DISCOVKIiK.). Mr. J....

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. — 31 October 1919

f" THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., Oct. 31, 1919. W. F. and W. P. HOGARD. Editors and Publishers. Entered a second-class matter Feb ruary 9th, 1878, at the postuffice at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd. 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 per year cash in advance. LIGHT OR DARK. There is. a possibility that faces Marion at this time. Un less there can be an adjustment between the owner of the light plant and the city council or the company or party who pur chased the new franchise, in all probability Marion will be with out light for six or eight months. Think of such an ad ded calamity to the destructive fire! It will be perilous to ev ery interest of the town. Sure ly there can and will be an agreement reached whereby the present light system will be con tinued until the owners of the new franchise can install its new machinery. Certainly no one man or set of men will be so selfish and puerile as to bring about such hurtful conditions. We can't and will not b...

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. — 31 October 1919

iirv nr a? ur nnu E LuaLD THIS 18 AIM Or X'JTi'ERN BAP TIST8 IN TUL,:; l',.LSENT DRIVE FOR $7rj 0,.M.O). ENLARGE rnENT WwKK Forces in Field T'.diy Are Far From Sufficient To Met t N-. of i.tua tion, Leaders Declare E m upe Included On Program. Now Hint Hie ar,;er 1 i ) . I : njiaved ly peoples every In-re. l.,li.am.- llio close or Hi.- vniM war. Ii.ne i,-.. s lift i-r before tin- in .,l ai., ih., i purtiiiill) I i.r Hi.' s.ic.mI nf ih.- . til Ull llld .Mill:, (if I III' .'Willi Ilii' I!,,, lists of t:in Sniiili have i.,,,,,, ,,, i n,, ,r proi'tulll fa, ;, i .... l.i. ',, ;. ,.i..m III I'usll Hllll li i . h i ,' !,,. I III.H .111,1 I -a cm I,. , , : I, i ; , , hope nf ill K i ii k ii mirth! In' Mining Umjnl Hiu.pt . in.; (Ins imhI.I i , . . -, I If till' Ilil.il sum .i.ii 'l,' m tin , rm, p. UK II. Hi.' ji.-Iii.iI ill. va- Inl v.. Iil'.lai i b-:r'j7::T TO RUIN uY v:ir InJutry hy Which Prop!? or St. Ir, ' i.is, On of the Virgin I -lands. Lived, It Cune. A'' I -Ii llii'i-,, a'-c in !-!...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 31 October 1919

KNOW LITTLE ABOUT HORSES WHAT DOES NOVEMBER 2 TO 11 MEAN 10 YOU ? Division Officials Answer Questions About The Peace-Time Rid Cross "Motor Corps, canteens and bate hosfjltal unite operating under the Department of Military Relief are being reorganized for peace time. First Aid la being promoted In an effort to aave lives. Soldiers In eamps at home and abroad still have the Red Cross with them." W. E. Kellogg, Director, Department of Military Relief. "Red Cross courses In Home My. glens and Cart of the Sick and Die tetlca, training and enrollment of nurses for pabllc health servlcs and preparation for community emer gencies are making the Red Cross nuraa a vital factor In raising health standards at home." Mist V, Lota Lorlmer, R. N Director, Department ef Nurelnav t "Disaster and Emergency Relief has been organized, Information Service established and Home Service will, In many cases, be ex tended to meet the needs of civilian families as needs of soldiers, and thslr families were ...

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. — 31 October 1919

-' . r. r If , 4 I 1 M Liocai iNews i , ; t'Uy Brooks of Sturgis was in O'V At"1"'0" s,iturday- B. L. Wilborn went to Clay Sat fday to visit his daughter. Rev. R. Robinson was in Mad- jy. Mrs. J. T. I'ickens spent the week end in Madisonville. j Mrs. S. M. Jenkins is visiting her daughter in lUlgenville. Mr. M. A. McCarthy of Black ford was in Marion last week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hughes were in Marion Saturday. Mrs. K. C. StriMing returned to Marion Monday from a visit to Nashville. Mr. M. N. Boston returned from SL Louis Monday where he f ; H"d been on a business trip. ; Mrs. Maggie Nogles of Kv- ansville spent the week end in Marion. Mrs. Dr. Perry went to Kv ansville Monday with her daughter Mildred to see a specialist. If You Had A Million Dollars You would want a safe place to keep it. We beg to call your attention to the fact that 'NIK FARMERS BANK & TRUST COMPANY is equip ped for handling large accounts. You May Not Have a Million Dollars, yet let us call your attention to...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 31 October 1919

RED CROSS GIVES i FULL ACCOUNTING j War Council Tells How Millions I ! Contributed by Public Were i Used for Belief. ;! ; BIO TASK IS DESCRIBED ! m Twenty Nontha $154,000,000 Wu apart Overaeaa and $119,000,000; In tha United State. i Wwhlnpton. (SpwlM.) Through a , complete report of tlie work of tha ! American Kid Cro in the war bj Chairman Henry 1'. Huvisou, mi he half of the war un.-ll, the organiza tion on the eve of it annual fiiroll ment of member durinj; the Third Bed Crow Koll Onll, November '1 to 11, baa rendered an ncmimt'.uti uf the many mllllima given It by the Amerl- i ran peopla to help our tiKhtinK men ; and our alllet. The ataieiuent la, lu part, ai follow a: "The war council of the American Red CroliH Is now prepared to make a complete accounting to the American people of money contributed and ex pended, aa well u the work done try the American Red Crop during the j period in which the war council waa j In control of ita affairs. The war council waa appointed May lu...

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. — 7 November 1919

V5 to Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, Nov. 7, 1919. Number 15. JAPDAW CUrrDC CTATPi l!HllHVn OIILLIO OlfllLii Governor-Elect Polls Tremendous Major ity Over Governor Black DEMOCRATS MUCH SURPRISED Had Been Over-Confident of Ejecting Their Entire TicketRepublicans Gain Control of House WILKORN DEFEATS KOON BY A MAJORITY OF 392 Edwin P. Morrow is to lie the next Governor of Kentucky. That he made a campaign that appealed to the masses of ' voters is shown by the surpris ing vote. The Republican candidate in vaded Democratic strongholds and literally swept his opponent olT his field, carrying districts that even rock-ribbed Rcpuhli- cans had hardly expected him tojtion show that Wilborn has car hold his own. While complete figures are not available at the time this is1 written, Morrow has carried the Third. Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, t..u l-i k .innul iii.iPi,.i, with the Ninth ! . , in doubt. It is known that-her carried 5(5 counties w ith ten more to be heard from,...

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