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AIIPTIOINi $ Saturday afternoon, commencing at I o'clock we will sell Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clothing, Odd
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We have had another enow.
Rev. J. A. Davie, of Tribune,
spent Saturday night with Jim Ic-Neely.
Married on last Tuesday morning,
Hurley Guess atd Maude Crider.
May sunshine crown their lives.
Jtev. Davis preached a Rood sermon
at Piney Creek on the first
Sunday in this month.
Since our last writing W. G.
Oraync happened to the niiesfortune
of getting the contents of his kitchen
and meat-house burned. We are
sorry of their loss.
Born to the wife of Kd Hunt a
Burl Woodson closed a successful
school at Starr last Thursday. Mr.
Woodson will leave at once tor
Green where he will attend school.
There was a large crowd attended
the sale of W. H. Guess last Thursday.
The young people met at the
home of Frank Crider last Thursday
night and gave them a singing.
Mrf. Fred Crayne, of Haw ridge,
ie visiting her father's family, Mr.
and Mrs, J. Fjank Confer, of Marion,
J. F. Conger, of Marion, was in
Dozy Hill is moving his saw mill
near the Pilot.
Wyatt Hunt lost aereral joints of
meat during the warm weather.
Uncle Joe Wilson spent a few
hours with us Friday.
Misses Emma and Lucy Baker visited
-Mrs. Jennie James Saturday"
nnd Sunday. .
Some of our people are going to
Washington in the near future, they
just pass back and forth to Washington
like going to mill.
Mrs. Sarah A. Haroby spent Wednesday
with Mrs, Jim Gibson.
Her. King filled his appointment
at Piney Fork Saturday and Sunday
Whoopee Miss Lizzie Wilson informs
us that she has her carpet
already, completed and ready to sell.
They tell us the preaching at Walnut
Grove last Sunday by Key, Mc-Neely
was go6d. Wc do not know
the text as we did not hear him.
Finace Cannan is moving to Lone
Elvis Andrews and wife was visiting
his brother, Monroe Andrews,
The prayer meeting at Piney Saturday
night seemed to be a success,
they had an old time hand shake and
the spirit seemed to be in the meeting
with both, young and old.
Wc have good singing with Sidney
McNocly and Marsh Cridcr as leaders.
Sing on young men and as that is a
start, make a mark in your lives as
Tom Morgan, of Ruth, was at
church Sunday 'talking to his many
J, A. MoCocmick has been
i ting the logfl in his new ground,
that bcata an old fashion log rolling,
he an work them -himself that way
and it just right.
There ie a xnaddog scare in this
community, though we have not seen
Simon Hunt is attending school at
Miss Cordic Smart her
school at Bellmont last Friday.
Miss Cordie is an industrious teacher
and has taught them a good school
and returned to her home at Marion
Henry Agee and wife Sunday
with Cam Crayne and family.
We recieved a letter from Washington
; all well and doing well.
It is time for making sugar from
the sweet drip of sugar trees.
Mrs. Jim Butler is on the sick
The people in this community are
glad to see the sun shine once more.
Jim Floyd and family are talking
of going to Texas soon.
Their was a social at Mr. H. Dig-well
hams Saturday night, and was
attended by the younc people.
Dr. Pool is talking of going to
Our school teacher Roy Sisco is
talking of going to New Mexico.
School was nut at Chapel Hill
last Friday and had a nice timo and
spread dinner and gave music.
Our school was out Thursday and
with nine scholars and two visitors,
John York and Jim Dunning ; all
had a nice time.
Mr. Jim Dunning and family vis
ited Rev. N. Duncan Sunday.
Miss Willie Lang visited Mrs.
Fannie Elder Sunday.
John York visited Clarance Bran-
bam last Saturday-'
Mr. Clarance Branham is going to
move to Livingston soon.
Dr. Pool went to View one day
A Valuable Lesson
"Six years ago I learned a valuable
lesson," writes John Pleasant, of Magnolia,
Ind. "I then began taking Dr.
King's New life Pills, and the longer
I take them the better I find them."
They please everybody. Guaranteed
at Haynes & Taylor, druggist 25c
Wt have a complete line of the following
goods on hand and our prices are right.
Vulcan Chilled Plows
Blounts's Steel Plows
Field Seeds of all Kinds
Red Clover, Sapling Clover, Alsike Clover, Alfalfa,
Timothy, Red Top, Blue Grass, Orchard Grass.
A fine lot of seed Oats.
American Field Fence, Smooth and
Barb Wire and Staples
Campbell Corn Drills and Disc Harrows
Pratt's, Black's, International, B. A. Thomas
Don't fail to examine goods and get our prices
T. H. Cochran & Co.
Their was a musical at W. II.
Bighams Saturday night.
Chas. Jennings has bought the
Horace Williamson place from Mrs.
M. G. Jacobs and moved to it.
Those who are now going to school
in Marion irom here are Willie and
Jammie Clement, Nellie and Prewit
Adams, Plaie and Gracio Hill.
The school closed at this place
last Friday with some good recitations
and dialogues, their was a good
The local String Band composed
of Elder, Cisco, Nunn and Floycd
furnished some fine music for the
Geo. Stevall is building him a new
Char. Clement has recently added
an other addition to his tobacco barn
like he would try another crop.
The road to town docs very well
but when we ge't in sight of it we
have to nearly swim in winter, if a
few good men were summoned before
the next grand jury to testify about
this end of main street wouldn't
help it next winter.
James A. Hill has purchased the
widow Crayne place in Crayncrillc
and moved to it.
D. S. Hill, one of the boys raided
here in our section and who got to
be one of the countrys best penmen,
is now teaching penmanship in a
business college at Cresno, Gal. and
is taking a Bible course in connection.
Mr. Hill has been tcabhing penmanship
for the last 18 years and has
taught at the following places Marion
Ky., Blandvillo Ky., Louisville
Ky., Nashville Tcnu., StLouis Mo.,
Minneapolis Minn., Evansvillc Ind,.
Oak Ridge Va. and now at Cresno
Men Past Sixty in Danger.
Mere than half mankind orrr ttitjr jri ef
ace tutfer Irom kidnr and bladder dhrder.
aiaaltr enlargement el prottrate gland ThU it
both painful and dangerous, and Polej'a Kidney
Cure tliould be taken at tbe fint lgn zl !u&.'cr.
at it cor recti irregalarttes and hat cuted roanr
old men of tbit diteate Mr Rodney riarnett
Koek Port. Mo., writei: 'I suffered with enlarged
prottrate gland and kidney trouble for year and
after taking two bottle of Foley's Kindey Cure
I feel better than I bare for twenty years although
I am now 91 years old" J II Otmc
We arc having plenty of winter
John Patton, Klis Dalton and Albert
Turlcy all went to Paducah
Sunday. They accompanied their
tobacco to that place for delivery.
Jim Patton of Caldwell Springs
was here this week the finest of' relatives.
Not much farm work is being done
now among our farmers. Hunting is
the chief occupation of the day.
Most of our farmers have sold
their tobacco at fair prices.
Can any one tell us how large
Heaven is? If not Iwill tell you whore
to look in the Bible to find the dimensions
of that City. Go to the
21st Chapter of Revelations and you
will read for yourself.
Mrs France Campbell and Willie
Clark are both very sick with pneumonia
Several from here attended the
Gregory examining trial at Marion
John Patton and son Burnie visited
L. K. McClure and wife Friday
Kdgcr Howard has been confined
to his room with the fever for several
Edgie Brasher, of Caldwell Spirngs
was thru here Friday.
lutlif lor TroHMe
"I've lived in California 20 years, and
am still hunting for trouble in the way
f burns, sores wounds, boils, cuts,
sprains, or a case of piles that Bucklen 'a
Arnica Salve won't quickly cure,"
writes Charles Walters, of Alleghany,
Sierra Co, No use hunting Mr. Walters;
itcureB every case. Guaranteed by
Haynes & Taylor'B 25c.
We are glad to see the river in its
The farmers has done but little
work this winter in this section.
Herrin and Garland, of thin place,
has got over four hundred bead of
hogs on hand ready to ship.
Kb Sullingcr, of Irma, made hit
usual call this week.
Kd Cook and family visited J. B.
Kasley's family Sunday.
Herbert Kasley, Claud Springs,
Haysc Kasley and John Alvis all accompanied
Jesse Alvis to Carrsvillo
Thursday to attend the wedding,
after Mr. Alvis and Miss Cambell
was married they returned to the
groom's home the next day which in
the evening a nice supper was served
by their many friends.
Albert Kasley, Heed Kasley, John
Kd Bracey was in Sheridan Wednesday.
Tho social party was attend by a
few of our young folks at Bat Phillip;
Miss Ktta and Lillian Nation, of
Fords Ferry, attended the supper at
Mr. Alvis Friday evening.
A large crowd from this neighborhood
attended county court Monday.
Some winter the past week.
Who would have a good read from
Salem to Marion.
Holt. Cash, is improving.
Fred Kirk and wife and John Lof-
tess wife and child are sick and under
tho care of a doctor.
Mrs. Tabor of Tolu, and Mrs. Cash
of Livingston county have been visiting
their sick relative Uobt. Cash.
Jno. Todd and grand child are
siok and under the care of a dootor.
Wc had a road soraper last fall
now wc need a mud Fpreadcr.
Glad to see our old friond Sam
Noxford out again after quite a spell
Robt. had ono bone of his left log
broken Saturday by the kick of a
The mines in this seotion oxocpt
ono on Kirk farm hare oloscd down
for a short time on account of fuel
so we learn. ,
Our farming pcopU arc away be-
hind with there winter work.
Mrs. Mary C. Fuller and children
have moved on the old home place.
Our old friend and farmer neighbor
Jas. B. Hardy of Mexico Ohio
county was the guest of hs daughter
Mrs, Hallic Baker last week.
Fin fer Sale.
Farm near Hardin, Ky. for sale.
Good land, good buildings and
cheap. Write to Collins Waller,
WHEN the best
is the same Price
r as some that are
"Just as Good,"
Get the Best
DO NOT EXPERIMENT I
Insist on an up-to-date
Policy. J We write your
Farm Property in the
Horn hsuriRCi Co.
Get our rates. Write us
Cridcr & Woods.
W. C. Carnahan,
J. W. Hudson,
fci jr v
S. D. Ashor, was in tho lrou
community on basinoss Monday.
W. B. McCounolI and Alford
McDowell was in Iron Hill neighborhood
Elijah Steven was at Iron Hill
Pierce MC'honey of Hep-ton,
was the guet of friends. 10 this
T. K. Walker and Nathan Sstton
ware in this taction Friday.
John UaniD was at Iron Hill on
W. tt. Todil of Pinoy pawed thru
this omwsbUj Mr)ay.
Jame N. SlivM a at Iros Hill
Wiley Crowsll a4 Oral Ntal wtre
in the Tribune Migklwrtari ou
Willi PiTi taxi .loha Cawp wore
in Martow boiaae Maiar.
Jobs Camp was at IrM Hill
Williad HrliiM Mi to Marion
Weda&rdar aad Tbarsday.
Itey Kklj, H. II. MajM ami
IUary Tudor wore ia Mario Priiay
Jama N. Sailing mi Um gatst
of hit brother JoitM SiiliTa. Saturday
Dr. I). MCmmU wai tit
B. T. Camp, of CroawtH vu a
tQWD Piiday of law wwl.
Goo. B. LamV wat ia Marios oa
day last wol.
Mr. Ida I)illia4r ia 4aaftroaly
ill with pneuiaoaia at this wriiiair.
Mrs. Faaaio MtCoasall atuniM
the fuuaral of atr Htit Mia Sarah
McCennoll at Mario WMlaaftiay
Donois Brown rvtnratd boa from
The week opesod with a good rab
bit season and icreral to tbe advantage
Orril Neal and Jim Aaalej went
to Uopton Monday oh businou.
Hubon Wood made a trip t Piney
Jack Boyd wont to Piney Tuesday.
Jno. Wood, went to Piney country
Thursday looking for field peas
docs any person know of anyfor sale.
Felkcr Walker or Tron Hill was
here Friday on business.
Mr. Burl Walkrr of Marion was
here Thurbday and Friday buying tobacco.
Clarance Melton went to Blackford
Fred Melton, of Blackford was
Clifard Ktnans of the Piney Fork
country was here Saturday on business.
That Hogwallow corrcspondant
has been carrying things pretty high
in mis section, tic certainly has a
grudge at Poke Kasly and that Dog
Hill preacher. We know I'oke
and tho preacher and they are
our best citizens and that Hogwallow
corrcspondand is the Dog Hill preacher
if there is any such a preacher.
Beware of Olntneits for Catarrh
tbat Contain Mercury
As mercury will surolo destroy the
senso of smell and completely dcrano
tho whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never bo used except on
prescriptions from reputable physicians
as the damage they will do is ten fold
to the good you can possibly derive
from them. Hall's Catarrh
by F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo,
0., contains no mercury, and is
taken internally, acting directly upon
tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho
Byatem. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Cure bo Bure you and get tho genuine
It ia taken internally and made in Toledo,
-Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
Testimonials free. Sold by druggist
Price 75c. per bottle.
Toko Hall.s Family Pill for conniption.
A little on of Janes Thonia ,
very ill at this writing.
Tobacco hauling in the order fthe
Mr. and Mr. A. A. Deboc, wrre
the guests of J. A. Pickens and fm
ily Sunday. ' .
Mis Kinma Stevens visile at Mr
Will Manloy's Sunday.
Luther Travis will leave for L jh.
ville Wednesday to spend germi
I days in the city and visit hisl - -
Dr. W. T. Travia.
Albert McKwmg and son ti rj
went of Marion Saturday and Nut. y
Mrs. Luisa Hurst entcrtainr I r
friends Saturday evening Jan .' h
niHMc wai furnished bv tho I run II
String Hand, fruit and candirs w .
rvod and every ono enjoyed i'i
Moem Sullonger and Tmi
eeiTMi a load of stock at Mr H
J. A. Piekon and Luthtr Sir -
wore at Fords Ferry viewing
riTer aad buying hogs Wcdneda.
F. J. Travis was ai Piney
day on busities.
Rllle Free To Wl.e7w.ki Bejs.
We have Slovens rifle a fine
a nobert but a real rifle wm a
Uaat f 10, whioh shoot No. J2 a '
ridgttt whieh we will give to the -l
bay who bring u am ,,.
tubderiptioH to tho Press prcv i
at many as five are new subvert'"
ThU Oder holds good till the l'tl '
Fobmary only. All contestant n .-
bo ia before Ttiettday Fobruarr I '
1007. TheProM or Thursday Y
ruary 21at. will contain a list f I-"
contestant and lour their lift'
recened at the Pr'" office by w
It tn.tn I Hum a Kit'
THE NEW WAY
Month of February
For Dental Work
All Work Guaranteed
DR. F. S. STILWELL,
Over Marion Bank
THE OLD WAY