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Some com has been plowed over
dnd tobacco ground hilled and ready
for transplanting. Wo will have
an average crop in this beat.
Wheat, meadows and oats arc
looking fine. The prospects now
that we will have plenty of hay and
bread for nest year.
Dr. Moore and wife, of Marion,
were in this section Friday looking
for a milk cow.
Mr. Don Hodges buried one of his
little children at Chapel Hill last
The thirtieth day of May was set
apart for cleaning off our cemetery
at Chapel Hill and elect our new
officers for another year. A goodly
number were present on the occasion.
We arc having a good tobacco
season and the boys arc making good
use of it.
Dr. Dixon, of Marion, was called
to sec Mrs. II. S. Hill who is sick.
Mrs. John Moore, of trccdom
neighborhood, is visiting her sister,
Mrs. B. F. Walker.
Miss Ruby Bigham, who has been
sick with measles, is improving very
Mrs. Mary Hill is the guest of her
son, H. S. Hill.
I still have a good cow and young
calf for sale. W. H. Bigham,
Mrs. Cory Minner visited her
parents of Oak Grove Saturday and
It is reported that Herman Hill
and Everett Jacobs, who had the
small pox and were quarentined in
Oklahoma, are on their way home.
The measles aie still raging in
We have had a fine rain and everything
is growing. Tobacco that has
been set will not wilt.
Sure Cure For Malaria.
Try Yucatan Chill Tonic, superior to
all, acceptable to the most delicate
person, One bottle will work wonders.
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Drugs Act. Pi ice 50c. Sold by all
Winter is still with us.
Corn about all planted. The crop
is three weeks late.
Eighty per cent, of the 1907 tobacco
Jim Mahan and family visited relatives
near Green's Ferry Saturday
Steam was raised at the Lowery
The prospect to the farmers is
anything but flattering.
Hodges & Co. have their saw mill
' Henry Browser spent part of last
week the guest of relatives near
Mrs. John L. Harpeuding is the
guest of relatives near New Salem.
Harry Austin and daughter, Mis
May, are visiting relatives in Illinois
Look out for a wedding.
The Salem railroad prospects grow
brighter each day.
There is some little fruit still on
Some little improvement in tho
wheat crop in the lest ten days.
Traffic on the Salem and Marion
road is heavier than in years past.
John Franks, of Siloam. was a
caller in our section Sunday.
Mining prospects arc on a boom
in and around New Salem.
Died at his home in Dycusburg
Friday, May, 31, 1907. Mr. S. II.
Cassidy in the 7,2nd year of his age.
Mr Cassidy was bom in Princeton
in 1S35 and came to Dycusburg in
early life. Since that time he has
been actively identified with the business
interests of Dycusburg. His
first marriage was with Miss Nar
Clement, a sister of Mrs. T. J. Nunn,
of Frankfort, and Mrs. W. B. Grove,
of our town, and who has been dead
for many year?. His second
age was with Miss Maggie Wilson,
a sister of Chas. Wilson and Mrs.
Jennie Grey, of Princeton. His last
wife and five children survive him.
His funeral sermon was preached at
the. Methodist church Saturday by
Rev. Virgil Elgin and ho was buried
in tho Dycusburg cemetery with
Masonic Honors by the members of
ins nonie loagc. ur. Lassiay was a
man of fine social qualities and a
wide circle of friends arc in deep
sympathy with his bereaved family.
Died at the home of his son, Tom,
of Dycusburg, Mr. Wm. Ball on the
evening of May, 31, 1907. Mr.
Ball was about six-five years of age.
He was sick of pneumonia for only a
tew days, and his death was unexpected.
Mr. Ball removed from
Wilson Co, Tcnn., to this vicinity
several years ago and although not
rich in this world's goods, he held
the esteem of many and in their bereavement
his family have the sympathy
of all. His remains were interred
in the Dycusburg cemetery
immediately after the burial of Mr.
Senator P. S. Maxwell, of Marion,
attended the funeral services of Mr.
Cassidy Saturday, in company with
Rev. Virgil Elgin.
Mr. and Mrs.Marvin Aiken left
Sunday on the Star Richardson" for
their home in Clinton, Tenn., after
several weeks visit in Dycusburg.
The iamily of John Walters Sr.,
assembled from several adjoining
counties at the Dycusburg cemetery
Thursday to beautify the grave of
the deceased wife and mother.
Miss Lillian Decker accompanied
by her brother, John Decker, left on
the Richardson Sunday, to visit the
family of Mr. Ross, of Grand Rivers.
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MarviuCharlcs and family, of
Miss., arc in Dycusburg, having
been called here by the last illness
of S. H. Cassidy.
Judge T. J. Nunn, of Frankfort,
was here last week in answer to a
telegram from the family of Mr.
Cassidy. Years have only added
benignity to the ever genial presence
of Judge Nuun, and there is no
one Dycusburg more senccrely do
lights to honor than he.
S. R. Cassidy, of Louisville, was
here during the last illness and
death of his father.
Mrs. Chas. Padon and daughter.
Miss Emlua, visited the family of
Chas Wolfe, of Livingston Monday.
Rev. Al Thompson and Alex.
Sexton, of Kuttawa lodge, assisted
in the Masonic burial of Mr. Cassidy
Mrs. Hattic Loyd and little daughter,
Mary Lucilc, of Princeton, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Yeats.
Chas. Brasher, of New Madrid,
Mo., is the guest of relative in Dycusburg
and Livingston county. His
wifo, Mrs. Bcrnicc Brasher, (Nee
Yancey) who has spent several weeks
in Dycusburg will accompany him
Mrs. Ella Hill, of Tenn, is visiting
relatives in this vicinity.
Rev. W. E. Charles and family
spent several days in Tiline last
Mr. Harris, of Tolu is running a
daily packet from Dycusburg to Paducah.
Mrs. Harris is stopping at
the Hill House.
Miss Pearl Burton, of Princeton,
is the guest of Mrs. Sue Ramage.
all of the early corn was
planted over last week.
Miss Kate Metz, of Mattoon, was
the guest of her sister Mrs.
Wilson last week.
James Nowcom left Tuesday for
his home in Missouri spendinu last
week witli friends and relatives here.
Jim was formerly a Kentucky lad.
Tom Dcmpscy and family visited
at Hull Newcoms Sunday.
There will be a Sunday School Convention
at Belle's Mines the third
Saturday in June a royal good time
is expected. Everyboby invited to
attend and brinu well tilled baskets.
Sunday School at Dompsey School
House every Sunday at 3 o'clock in
Henry Hill wants to know if this
is last winter or next.
Ed Young is in tho Caldwell
Springs section this week with Chas.
Mays who is sick.
Dr. Moore and wise, of Marion,
were in our section last week.
II. Hughes and family arc down
with the measles.
Little Wislcr Hodge Don Hodges
baby died May 29th was buried at
Chapel Hill May 30th. lie was only
sick a few dayn.
Ed Lynch has a new heir at his
house. Its a girl.
Dr. W. A. Hodges of Sbady Grove,
was called to sec little Wislcr
Hokgcs last week.
Mrs. James Ray and Mrs Ed Tur-ley,
of Frcdonia, were in our scctiou
last week after strawberries.
Geo. Stovall and wife were visiting
m Marion Saturday night and
General Raymond Minner is working
for Mr. Stovall.
Fine growing weather for crops.
Dr. Cook, of Craynovillc and Dr.
Hodces, of Shady Grove passed thru
this section this week.
Mr. Haynes of near Crayncvillc,
made a business rush thru here
Miss Ruth Travis has a new organ.
In answer to to Esq. Walkcis
question who called his wife heifer?
You can find the answer in Judges
11 chapter and IS verse. J. M. An
Mrs. Sue McCormick is on tho
Talk about measles we have them
in this part to lot. Old and new.
The Piney Creek church house has
a new wire fence around it, new
floor, carpot. The Piney Crook
folks ars coming.
James Gipson visited in Caldwell
county last week.
There is said to be a fine Sunday
School at Walnut Grove.
Last Sunday was Rev. J. W.
Vaughn's day at Piney.
Some of the boys in this section
are comtomplating going West this
Tobacco plants arc scarce in this
part. There will be about one half
crop planted, but the question
are we going to do with it, who
is going to buy? Farmers will have
to do something.
Mrs. Emiline Turk, visited her
son at Marion last week.
Farmers in this section June 1st,
arc not done breaking ground and
planting corn. Some tobacco out,
but little sarghum planted, in faot
wo are behind every way. But perhaps
it will come out right in thcond.
Rev. Barboe preached at the Presbyterian
church here one night last
week to a largo congregation.
Several from here attended the
funeral and burial of Mr. S. II.
Cassidy at Dycusburg last Saturday.
Miss Bculah Conycr of Marion,
was visiting friends here Friday.
Frank Summorville Jr.. of
was hero Monday.
We have just recieved a car 'load
of salt, good barrel, $1.."0 per bbl.
Bennett it Co
Caleb, Stone of Marion, was visiting
his many friends here last week.
Miss Georgia Boaz returned home
Thursday from Kvansvillc.
Guy and Howard Rice returned
home Saturday from Collcgq.
At the regular mcctini; of the
town bi ard Monday night Ollic Lowery
resigned as trustee and Johnson
Crider was appointed to fill out his
U. S. Rico and wife were visiting
relatives in Princeton Sunday and
Jo3 Boirland, of Marion, was hero
last week looking after job printing.
Bill Guess is suffering from a felon
on his baud.
Tom Pattou and family were
the Hov. Kinsolviug and wife on
tho 19th. '
We still havo cold waves
not withstanning it is springtime.
Tom Brown and wife went oti tho
excursion boat to Kddyvillo Sunday
Watch your neighbor and if he
is doing well, imitate him, but rather
make it a point for your neighbor
The tanners are greatly behind
with their work as there is so much
raiuy weather that the plows can't
run enough to keep the weeds killed
Some, arc setting tobacco now, but
plants arc awfully scarce.
June came in cloudy and rainy.
Sunday School at this place every
Sunday evening at 3 o'clock.
All nature is joiniug hands these
days in an effort to make man happy,
the trees arc. putting on their boat
spring dress. The birds arc sing
ing their latest aud most popular
songs, and tho sun smiles and laughs
from the time it risos with a bounco
to the time it reluctantly hides its
lace in the West, the man who
isn't happy under such surroundings
is out of harmony with the world,
A fine tobacco sotting soasou.
Mrs. Lucy B. Davidsou visitod
relatives in Marion last wook.
On account of rain and mud only
a small congregation at Tuion Saturday
The Keystone Minos aro running
a full force of hands day and night.
Mrs. It. A. LaRue and children
visited friends and attended ehuruh
at Caldwell Ssrings Saturday and
Mrs. Alda Wolford of Salotn wa a
pleasant caller horo Friday afternoon.
Mrs- Thos. W. Lalltie roturnod
home from Louisville last wook.
She has boon thore three wuoks
cioving moaioal treatment, sho is
Sheriff Bishop of Livingston county
passed bore Friday onroute to Marion
on official businoss.
Miss Kthel Price has rcturnod
from a wooks visit among fnonds in
Miss OsicGilloss visitod relatives
aud friends in Lodbottor a fow days
Wo aro still looking for the railroad
to Salotn aud hoar the prospuuts
aro flattoring for anoMior this way
Why not have both and a Pilo road
from Marion to Salem? Lot us
groat things; and in tho meantime
do a littlo more work on the
roud wo now have
I'll stop your pain free. To show
you first before you spend n penny
what my Pink Pnin Tablets can do, I
will mail you free, n Trial Package of
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Nueralgia, Headache, Toothach, Period
pahis, etc., nre due alone to blood congestion.
Dr. Shoop'a Headache Tablets
simply kill pnin by coaxing awny tho
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by Haynes & Tnylor.
J. O. Burton and wifo visited relatives
in Webster county Saturday
Several from here attended tho
Carnival at Marion Saturday.
J. R. Summorville was in Weston
Mrs. Barnett Oakley and granddaughter,
of Hlackford, visited hero
Mrs. Mary Berry, of Salem, spent
last week with relatives here.
Lester Brantley, who has been
very sick is convalescent,
Clyde Nation, of Sullivan, was
tho guest of his parents Sunday..
Jay Brantley celebrated his fiftieth
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I have, together with my stock of Croc- it
cries, added a NEW and Complct line of J
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43 Salem Street
birthday Thursday All who were
present report a nice time.
Hen Wood ring spent Saturday and
Suuday with Finnv Moore.
Miss Klsio Cridor was horo shopping
Miss Klva Hatioy was In Marion
Mrs. Tom Brantloy Is vory sink.
Mrs. J. X. Tabor h visit! ug hor
daughter, Mrs. Dolla Watson, of
Forost Harris and Buaknor Croft
wut to HmosTillt Monday return-lag
Mr. and Mrs. Dare Mantx and
L. K. Hardin spool Sunday hi Carts-ville.
Jonathan Holt and Mrs. Lob
Vaughn, of noar Lola, visitod relatives
George Bolt, of Sheridan, made a
business trip to our town Monday.
J. A. Wlioolor, who has been to
Nevada and California, roturnod
Trice Bennett, of Marion, visited
his sister, Mrs. Mary Harris, a few
days Inst week.
Quito a orowd went to (he lake
Ashing last Thursday. '
Several horses and mill a havo
died reoontly about liore and miiiio
others arc sick.
Dr. Clement aud J. C.
wore in Marion during tho weol.
Tom Wright, of Blooming Hose.
Joo and Jim Croft, of Ploasant
Grovo, and Dial- Miles, of Milford,
wero in our town during tho wecl.
Jno Sullongor, of Irtna, spent
part of two days bore last wook.
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I'oux uoover ana wtto vlsitwl at
J, A. Whoolor.s last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hlaek are ruiiing
at Mr. Thomas' this wook.
Mr. aud Mrs. Lacy Hardin visit-
eu in .'irs. iiaruin s parents, .Mr.
and Mrs. Win. Taokwoll, Saiurduy
Mrs. I). W. Stone and children
visited at Saturday and
J. II. Harris and W. L. Funk-
houscr made a trip up Cumberland
river last weok with the gasoline
boat Carrie Leo.
Mrs. G. D. Kemp was tho guest
of hor son, Dr. Kemp at Ltuon Just
Charles Cook, of Paducah, is
spending a few days with his uncle,
J. M. Walker.
Mrs. Mary O'Neal, wifo of J. F.
O'Neal, died Sunday Juno 2nd, and
was buried at tho Will Patrick
Tuesday. She has been an invalid
for several years and was a
much respected lady. Her husband
and two children, Mrs. V. M. Tow-cry SO
and Mrs. George Ford survive
Tools Nails, Etc.
Morganfield Flour, which
cheaper than you can buy it
clscuhcrc. A trial will It
anything in my line, it it
New, Full and Com-
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Max Deboe. who ha beeu i,
his parents returned to his hour
Mi&o Nona and Grace I'
wore tho guests their sister, V
Jonnic Brown, Sunday.
A largo erowd attended the ti
orial sorrlw at tho Tabor gra. a.,
Mrs. Ida Hrown aud luti
Cooll, who havo boon riniting at
R. Brown's, roturnod to hcrtii '
at Whoaioroft Saturday.
Mr. and Mm. Will Brown
Sunday with W. M. O'Nra.
Thore has boon some tola
in this proolnet.
J. C. Harden Has been tUij
to toaeh Lillo Dale gghool ihi '
Tommie Taelwell, of Kn r.
tended the momerlal orvic? 1
Kllort Soott, of Flat k
tended tho memorial norvice 1 1 ,
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Stomach nurvwi tho inalde ncr3
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have their controlling or inside nerve
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where Dr. Shoop's ItexturnUvv r.
mndo it fame.
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Sheriff's Sale for Tax.
Hy virtue of taxes due the countj of
Crittenden and Jas. W. Lamb hx
Sheriir of Crittuudun county, I will, on
Monday, Juno 10, 1907, between tl.t
hourB or 10:00 . m. miJ 2:00 p. m ,
expose to public sale to tho highest
bidder, for cash in hund, tlui following
property, or so much ns mny be
necessary to satisfy the
nmount of tnxoa due and costs, on the
property nssesiied In tho following
Walker Andy 11L ncrea, Mnrion
precinct No. 1 nenr T. J. Yandell, tax
ror 1905 nnd cost, $9.90.
Duncan W. J. 9G ncrea in DyctiBburg
nenr J. H. Clifton, Bui. tnx 1805 and
Hushing H. H. a acres in Dycusburg
precinct near J. E. Stephenson tax for
1905 and costs $J.6G.
Harnett Wm. for T. T. Hnrnett
estate, 1200 acres in Hurrlcan precinct
nenr Chas. Dnniels, balnnco tax 1903
nnd costB $,'. 3T.
Thia Mny 13, 1907.
Jas. W. Lamii, Ex Sheriff
Will pa) for white corn in shuck
cents for shucked corn fi.'i cents
delivcrce at mill.
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