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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 7 November 1919

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., Nov. 7, 1919. W. F. and W. P. HOGARD. Editors and Publishers. Entered aa second-class matter Feb. ruary 9th. 1878, at the nostotfice at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd. 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 per year cash in advance. Owing to the high prices that country newspapers are going to have to pay for paper, and every thing else, for the next six months and maybe more, it may be a tight squeeze for many of them to pull through. The Herald has a supply of paper that will Strouse SBros. Evansville, Ind. No Disappointments You have heard a lot no doubt about the scarcity of clothes this year. You will even find some things missing from our usually complete showings. But this you can be sure of. There will be no disappointment from the standpoint of quality. We are just as sure the overcoats and suits that are here for you now, are up in every way to High Art Staadards of quality and tailoring as were those you bought in season...

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. — 7 November 1919

TJ1 Local N ews Mrs. Magpie Rutler is quite "ill.' William Sullenxer was in town Saturday. Learner Guess is one hustler on election day. Mr. S. M. Jenkins called to see us one day last week. Prof. W. K. Wilcox sold his residence to Mr. Awe. Mr. W. W. Fraliek went to Clarkson. Mo , to visit his daugh ter. Ksquire J. M. McCaslin paid the Press office a pleasant call last Friday. Rev. U. (i. Hughes wus in the oflice Saturday and renewed for. the Press. Hurk Crider of Star,' Ky., was in this oflice Tuesday to see the big linotype operate. Mr. Hick Tuilor and Uige Mayes, of Shady drove, were in Marion Wednesday on business. Mrs. Levi Cook returned Wed. nesday from llopkinsville where she had visited her sister, Mrs. M. K. liaeon. Mrs. HamiltoTu Sullivan who w;as visiting relatives out in the county for a week returned to Marion last week. Mr S. A. Mrik'htmun of the Rosebud section was in Marion last Friday visiting his daughter ho is in high school. Mr. C. K. Clark of the Susie Heeler mi...

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. — 7 November 1919

ft Beginning Thursday Nov 6th and con tinuing until everything is soli Entire stock and fixtures must be sold 3 ffD 01 W (nl V D AT- M A 10) ON 9 15f BTRI UCKY Fixtures j For Sale I National $ Cash KejrisUr J 5 Floor how y cases. 1 Cloth- ing cabinet, 1 1 Ribbon ra.se, 1 umbrella case 1 oil cloth rack, Desk and type writer. Come in and see them! W To McCoimiriei. Co, i Store inurs day, November 6, 1919 innm and Continues until Every Dollar's Worth is Sold I have sold my store building and have to give possession within sixty days. Therefore I am compelled to sell my entire stock of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Clothing, all must go regardless of cost So now is your time for you people of Crittenden and sur rounding counties to Buy your Goods for the whole year, the season is now on for your win ter goods and ve have them. Lay in your supply at this Sale. . Remember merchandise is High and hard to get and still going higher, so it will pay you to buy at this Big Closing o...

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. — 14 November 1919

j A C PicVens V 4 Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, Nov. 14, 1919. Number 16. 3 Important Notice On account of the recent tremendous increase in the costs of everything connected with the operation of our mechanical department we are compelled to attain increase our prices on Job Printing. Paper is soaring in price and hard to get at that. There is hardly a day passes but what we get a notice of a change in price and the changes are always upwards. The paper on which this is printed is now quoted at a much higher price than ever before in the history of the pub lishing business. While the increases in the paper used in the manufac ture of . Job Printing has not increased quite so much as has news print yet the Increase has been enough to make it imperative that we increase our prices to offset the in crease to us. We shall keep the price of the paper at $1.50 per year until we can get Into another building and produce an 8 page ftape'r fwhich we hope will not b...

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. — 14 November 1919

THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion, Ky., Nov. 14. 1919. W. F and W. P. HOGARD Editors and Publuhtrs. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE. Last summer at the Chautauqua a very capable company put on a play by that name The play was a very comical one and as mo-t of our read- ASSERTS HUSBAND ! IS AMAZED AT HER PRESENT DESIRES r j .., t-i rry 9th. 17. at the toffic at "3 are familiar with the play-hav.ng been brought in to see Mrin, Kentucky, under tne Act of it by the advertising in The Press I am not going to burden Mrs I.ouminhauer ( raes Conjre., of Mrch 3rd. 177. . . of lh. slfir. i F(Xxi As Never Before Since Usinj: Trutona ou with a repitition of the storv. But the fact remains that there was a lot of truth in the; ttl Art Habits U B Avoided By! ThoM Who Would Bt Sue cwoful In Lift SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 per year cash in advance. f fc. . broughl ut though put over the footlights as! NEITHER BORROW NOR LE'iO tomed- " stop to consider that .very big bus- J' - iness in me urm ua, ...auC u, Uu.c, , n) ...

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. — 14 November 1919

Local News W. E. Riley was it Marion vis itor Saturday. It. F. Haynes was in Kvans ville this week on business. Mr. Sam Haley, the fox tiunter wan in Marion Saturday. George (J. Glore is one of the many new' readers of The Tress. Allle Walker had his hand badly mashed last week while working at a mine. Mr. and Mrs. George Prury were in Marion last Saturday or business. Mr. Joe Lemon, who is in a hospital in Evansville for an op eration is said to he doing well. Mrs. I. H. Clement and daughter. Mrs. Will Clifton, were in Evansville shopping last week. Frank Neweom, of Oweus boro, was home a few daws last week visiting relatives and friends. . Miss Aildie Young of Morgan field arrived last week and is the guest of Mrs. George Ornie on South Main street. Miss I. ut ile Kirput rii k of Greenville arrived Tuesday to he the guest of Mrs. Maurie Nuim and attend the Rodgers-I'.oston wedding. Although the colTVo market is advancing rapidly we will still sell y.ni Matchl-ss brand coffee at $!...

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. — 14 November 1919

g! .lie Hoiday Season is Approacrani I ...a ft 1 Where Will You Buv Your Holiday Goods? Patronize the Merchants of Marion Who Advertise Their Stocks, and Where You Can See What You Are Getting It's a Better Way Thanr;Sending Your Money to the Mail Order Houses! BAPTIST WOMEN TO E FIFTH OF SUM SOUGHT IN FIV1 YEAR PROGRAM WILL COME FROM THEM. ARE DOING A LARGE WORK Hospital, Mountain Schools, Gool Will Center and Church Build ing Fund Maintained by Them In Addition To Regular Gift. MISS KATHLEEN MALLORY Corresponding SeoreUry, W. M. U Baltimore. Evidencing the larger sphere which women have come to occupy in church Ufe, aa well aa other activities, when the Baptist 76 Million Campaign was decided upon at the meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention in As lant last Mar, the women, through their regular organization, the Wo man's Missionary Union, at once agreed to be responsible for one-fifth of the aum sought, or 115,000.000. This means that the Baptist women of the South will raise...

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. — 21 November 1919

Q XT XT Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, Nov. 21, 1919. Number 17. mm tmtu JkA X i uilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiltiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiL: BAZAAR The ladies of the Christian Church will hold their Bazaar at I SOWDERS' ICE CREAM PARLOR I Wednesday, Nov. 25th from 2 to 10 p. m. All kindt of fancy work, children's rompert, gingham aprons, paint, varnish, locks, etc. The place to do your Christmas shopping aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin I .... . I SEE V J, A Most Worthy Cause We Must Help. The Kentucky Childrens Home Society. Imisville, Ky., which has taken a number of our Crit tenden Co. destitute children, has outgrown its present quarters and has bought a farm ten miles in the country where it will build a new home. The school children of the state who have good homes and their friends, are asked to furnish the necessary money as a memorial ...

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. — 21 November 1919

THECRITrENDENPRESS!thfIconfiden1ce.oftheJrp,e-. ! ue noi oniy inspireu nis party hut demonstrated his ability as a lender. We salute you, Governor-elect as our Governor and will stand by you in every effort t o make a better and greater Kentucky. Marion, Ky., Nov. 21, 1019. W. F and W. P. HOGARl). Editors and Publisher. Entered as neeond class matter Keh- ruary 9th, 187S, at th pos'wtTW at Marion, Kentucky, under the Ad of Congress of March 3rd 177. SECURES A NEW LEASE ON LIFE ! THROUGH TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 per year cash in advance. EDWIN P. .MORROW The candidate for Governor on the Republican ticket achieved a most wonderful victory in our late election. His majority over J. D. Black, Democratic candidate, was about 400(10, in a Democratic State. He made lot speeches in the state and won votes each time. His strong personality and su-j perior eloquence as well as con- j stant promise that he would, clean house won the day. j This gives him a wonderful opportunity after ha...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 21 November 1919

' , Mr. and Mrs. K. E. James, of Akron, Ohio, left for their home Friday after a two weeks' visit here with their parents. Mrs. V. L. Stone and little daughter, Clara, are in Wheat croft this week attending the revival meeting. Farm Home Insurance Our Specialty Though we can lake care of you on any kind of FIltE INSURANCE. CRIDER & WOODS CO. Miss Nelle Walker C. W. Lamb ma WHY SUFFER With Headache or Nervousness? Don't you know eye trouble causes these very things? Dr. Gilchrist W. T. Perkins of Bowling! Green was in Marion last week. Mrs. F. F. Charles attended the funeral of her cousin, Ro berta Clifton of Kuttawa last, week. She came home by way of Paducah. Mrs. Gus Taylor attended the Hearne-Akin wedding in Prince ton last week. Mrs. Laura Wright andj daughter, Miss Kate, are guests of relatives in Princeton. J. A. Hughes was in Morgan-1 field on business Monday and j Tuesday. Mrs. Wm. Barnett and her1 (laughter. Mrs. McDonald, werej in Kvansville last week shopping. ! in Kv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden press. — 21 November 1919

Many Young Men and Women Offer Themselves For Christian Seniee JLCO-MGH Southern Baptists Will Have Ample Working Force for New Pro pram Campaign Hopes to Strengthen Local Churches and Wim 2,500,000 Lost to Christ During Next Five Years. & Z3 sE ofi-Jcity or ovojry JFtezm 99 Ik Group of Voung Uuiuea Volunteers, Christian Service at Baptist Woram'i Probably the most encouraging de velopment that has come to the Bap tist 75 Million Campaign, bo far. is the large number of youn? men and women throughout the South and Southwest who have volunteered their services tor special Christian work wherever Cod may need them. A special day was set apart In the Baptist schools and churches for "calling out the called," when it was expected to se cure a minimum of S.ouo volunteers for special Christian service, this num ber being necessary, it was held, if the tnlarged program of the campaign was to be carried out. Upturns from these services are still coming In with the prospect that the numb...

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. — 28 November 1919

X. tag IP Volume 42. FOSTER PROUD OF HISjmiDENTS 1 Itli rKM.I S tU,s At IIMitN ium m kmiiihi.i.. AUo ( olllllll'loleil 1,) . nl) (lf I hi- NtIhmiI iU llcliiu Ki'Kiilm "iimmI I'IIuhh." .Mr. Kiriiuril A Foster. Ieul- IIIMKl.T uf tli JiiIiii t.cirki School at Mklon, Ivy , himself u f.,rm..r Crittenden county my has written llll I'resS UH rilllllW K "I Just wunt lo miy u wind In regard I j I hi iUullty of hoys yim sent up to UN frciin Crittenden this year In all you sent us an limit M Y. Niinn, Charles Hughes. aoy Cook. Frank I'hllliim. Ural Flunary unit Hoy Flamiry They me ovcrv one of Ihmn genuine fellows They know what It la In have t li school spirit and Ht li k liy Hie school They ate lll)ul to their duties ullll oje cute them ironitly Five of those Imya have played on our football t in nnil four of tlirm have ptuyt'ri In irarliriilly all till games anil on the afternoon ol November the th those four lioya played a (trial purl In inakniK iih vlrlorloiiH hy h score of IK to nvnr the...

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. — 28 November 1919

; ' I I I i . nHiii-.tiiiiiiiiMillntiHittH'JI11' " ' "Vfc. ft! t i i 1 , C. IV' V ! . 1 r.v M a mam iuww - THE CRITTENDEN PRESS! Marion, Ky., Nov. 2S. llli. Closing nut and children .heap l.ottie bin lot of Indies' s gingham dresses Tinslev-Teny. I W. F. ami W. I'. I1H'.AU1, Editors anil Publishers. Entered as second-class mat 1 r Feb ruary 9th, 1S7S, at tlie Mostiitl'ioo at Marion, Kentucky, under tin' .V-l of Congress of March Hrd. 1S7T SUBSCKIITION KATKS $1.50 per year cash in advance. Mr and Mrs Herbert Kodgers of I'ad'.n'ali ale spending Thunksgiv- inj: with lier parents. Mr. and Mrs. .1 N" Huston i Miss Anna Finley went to Louis ville Monday. Her mother and sis ! r will join her in a few days anil 1 fh. y will make that place their fu i fire home. - - Mthont-'h the coffee market is ad e:ieiii!! rapidly we will st'.ll sell 'veil Matchless hrand coffee at $1 !'ii Itepoit Filed will) tin' ill); Ih'parltiicnl Miom tllv ( oiulilion. Stale Hank- Meal- FA KM MIS II AN k .V Till ST f ...

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. — 28 November 1919

Local N ews ; ; I Hoy (iin.KK r Kr.-,nia whs in Mu linn Mmiikiv Frank Unman , In Maricm Suinl.iv 'f I'l IIH'.-I1 W. V.iiii'liun M.iriaili Mdliilav I'aill Cox was in "i May i.f la-,i ,.,.(, "f SI ui KiK was I'niiicliin Sat in I'l I - 1 1 M.-ill.y Ciiiiiiiiii h.ih WViln.-nlay on liitsm.-Kh Mr V.-ini,. Siinnn.r-, ., , iIiki.Ii U,, Saliinlav on I.Vui..-.., Mm Kalii- I riili-i .t I..ju, ill town hliiiiiinK Saliinlav Mih Mauil llanih. ,,f U..x klll'I'I'Hli! in Al.n III- II Tui'hilay ..-ne filial )!' ' 1'iM'k was in and UViliWlav Kvansvillf VI, ,11, ll in tin. K.S, , (H M il Ksk.-wi Mi ll.inv l.-ll. lUllniuiKi- of I'i-v i- lll" KIII'Kt Of 'fl i.. I,,.,,, '' Hllll mill., for II,- .,.-. i ,lil)M I,,,!!,,, MlhK I N.tiri villa. ,ii(oli.ii a f,' it.. Mink sifll.i 111' I HI'l k ,, . Villa-. M I K l l llii khi-hI ,, Mi It II i;i Mi II, , M, roil ,in ,,t i town l.i i Hi, l'lnlli H'l.'alu ll.llla- H .,.. W .1'. 1 III - Sii.( ia Tnmley T.-riv. liiK'l ami iniisl niniiili.li. .n-.ls in low i, .,,;,. T...

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. — 28 November 1919

Methodists Save Belgian and ???oi (nl Serbian Orphans Adventure? 3 Southern Church Buys Hornet in Bru It and Belgrade and Sup ports Serbian Refugees in England. Nashville, Tenu. The Centenary Commission of the Methodist Kpisoo pal Church, South, will specialize in oaring (or the children of HelKium. 6erbla and other stricken countries of Europe, according to an announce ment made by Dr. W. B. Uenuchamp. the director-general. Dr. Heauchamp Wooden Spoil is a story that is different and a Church Commission have Juat frnm unv vrrn W'P ever returned from Europe. : , . i For this purpose a large home, for- read. KJlQ JOuaS ASKCW sank a fortune in a tract of Canadian woodland ten miles square. He dies and leaves it to his nephew, Hilary. Hilaryscts out totakepossession only to find Lamartinc, the Quebec notary, Brousseau and Morris covertly lined up against him. And then there are the Seigneur Rosny and his daughter. Into this strange new world of rough lumber men, old French traditions 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. — 5 December 1919

IEREi Volume 42. Marion, Crittenden County, Kentucky, Friday, Dec. 5. 1919. . 1a ' 11UIUUTI 17. i . 4 V 40 THE PRESS GETS 'EM AT REPTON ONE DAY'S JAl'NT RHINOS IN MANY srilMCKIIIKItS. Itrewnitlve Also Gathers a Few Itrma of Interval iin He Muk in the IIiiudiIh. Hep I on it locuted In a beautiful fertile vulley six tn,.g northeast of Marlon on the Illinois Central. Thrlr (iiurvlic. Rppton tiHi two churchea Uup lliit and Cumberland Presbyterian, and the public school is nearby. The citlieni are niulnly proHperou village farmers. W. T. IVrr) ft Hon This firm dots a thriving busi ness In general merchandise. They have been In business ten years and do a tremendous husinesa for a town of that alie. J. A. Nut ton ft Hon Are live wire grocers and their buaineas la growing by leaps and bounda. Their aoft drink and Ice cream buainens during the summer It an Important branch of their bus Ineu. U. M. Kuvi.ll Does good buaineas In milling corn tuual, cruahing corn, etc. He It alao one of the co...

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. — 5 December 1919

I r s, THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY I'M SO GLAD I DIDNT TAKE W EVENING TOLEDO FOLK RIDE IN BUSES OR WALK NOWADAYS ' NASTY, SICKENING CALOMEL AIRY TALE ROAD BUILDING IS BOOMING Steady Increase In Federal Aid Busi ness In All Section ExpendU tures $300,000,00a . (Prepared by Um United State Depart- . ment of Agriculture.) 81nee early in 1919 there has been steady Increase each month In the federal aid business In the bureau of public roads of the United States de partment of agriculture. States In all sections of the country are filing- their projects and receiving allotments. The mad-building era is In full 8wlng, and It would seem that the end is not yet. All indications point to greater rec ords In the months Immediately to come. Rased on complete reports from 44 of the states cash expenditures on the rural roads and bridges of the United States for the calendar year 1018 amounted to $286,008,193. To this fuould be added the value of statute and Convict labor, which canno...

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. — 5 December 1919

Tcr.ncc3 Woman COULD iNOT RE3TAT.NICHT "Alia errcd p. sHnd to d" mj at night and J,.t u, TOU the time. J Jwtwrlv. n...i,Uui ,ud ny frM-n.ln thought 1 .M "' Uito a VV" V y I"'1 could k ' "V" ' Tiptli u not only m.torl T, H J, ""f T '7M It saved my We, . 7. U' bu! Weighed only 7 po u d. -ll7'i!r,,lv-J 1 tea the 'IWriiKa? but Uv W to Jjnul I attain.! , WW out FOR YOUNG MOTHERS Cn.l4.lo do My , my houurk At u2 STiiSiK' ' rrri",,on tiki 0 toalo. When .urtj , , . . bUUor boy My Ul,h from tu u "ONLY ONE THING BREAKSJtlY GOLDi That'. Dr. Kint. New Dig. cowry for fifty years a cold-breaker A 1 rl ....iiiiig riiiM-iivim-M no i. M? "" "'thuslnsm. Noth Uir l.nl sure re hf fr,m stuhlmrn old r..u inn nnruMilng new one, grippe. Ihrwujnirli.ij cough. ,d croup c.'uli r J!" T 0JJ, ,n1 '" reliable, li niKllrine cabinet m,ini a All druggists, lilvt it truu. Regular Bowel I Health IViwrli (hit diot pmn!lcllT on day and atuhlMirn (ho nrit hnuld b hMlthfuMy rrgulnlH by Ir Klnta New Ufa l-jlla. la title wa...

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. — 5 December 1919

i "f THE CRITTENDEN PRESS, MARION, KENTUCKY THE CRITTENDEN PRESS Marion,' Ky., Dec. 5, 1919. W. F. and W. P. HOGARD. Editors and Publishers. Entered as second-class matter Feb ruary 9th, 1878, at the postoffice at Marion, Kentucky, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd. 1877. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 per year cash in advance. SOCIETY Mrs. S. M. Jeskins was hostess last Thusrduy at a Thanksglvisg luncheon tn honor of her daughter, Miss Linda Jenkins, of Hodgenville. Covers were laid for Misses Linda Jenkins, Ruth Flanary, Virginia Blue, Mesdames Medley Cannan, Hurt Yates. George Orme and D. 0. Carnahan. Miss Roberta Moore entertained with three tables of cards Friday morning. Her guests were, Misses Forest Hammack, Nonnle and Melba Williams, Wilma Crawford, Mildred Summervtlle, Gladys Gray, Lillie Belle Dunn, Virginia Flanary, Mary Manning, Myrtle Glass, and Imo gens Minner. Mrs. D. O. Carnahan was hostess last Monday night at an oyster sup per in honor of Miss Linda Jenkins. Her gu...

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. — 5 December 1919

. I Local News i MIh lrul),. Kirk of rrvn I" '"w duys bore this week. Mrs. Jchh Cuilt shopping Tuesday. on was In MarlDi Mrs- Oliver Itunk or MhiIco was in lun Tuesday and Wednesday. J. I). Huy uu, ,0Ili uenben. f Kredonlu sp.-nt Wednesday in Ma-rum V. L. Christian Ih uti.-mlini' m... ,. meeting of u... l.-KiKlul.v.. ,,',.,. i , A,,tt'rl "I'l'-kard of Kredoniu of ihn K. K. a in I.ouInviiiiv ""re w,,''-ly on business. Mr. (iip vlltklhl) Wl.u (i klnsvllle Tu....luy to j.n Mr W, kiln, who Ik ll.,(. on l,si,., Mr. 1.,.,,;, V1I( , Vls I-H..M.IH. Mr un.l Mrs CI,: rn of Itussellvllle. " Vh, V Wmiui-mi tl.. pais ruunii.a rYs. Reason No. J TrCJUM Ihr iu.. K..L . .. ( m okI prtriHal d p n rthlfnrr. It hold, thr , i" " Kim it,, of lh p-xkM. 4 Mink Thelitis lluller cume down from Fredonia Tuesday to do some "hopping. Mrs. W. W. Curler of Sharon SiriiiKH. Ark., wiih the KUOHt liiHt of Mrs. Ira HiikIihk. IT. T. Atchison Fnizer Iiiih bi'en appointed HiiiKi'on for the Federal War HiHk ll.iri'Hii un...

Publication Title: Crittenden Press, The
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