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Mrs. Honry Patmoro and son,
Tilford, of Caruthorsvillo, Mo., liavo
been visiting relatives and friends in
Ohapol Hill for the past few days.
Mr. Carson Franklin and wife, of
Levins, wore tho guost of B. K.
Walker Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Moore 1ms boon visiting
hor old homo a fow days this
Miss Bertha Long was tho guost
of hor siator, Mrs. Ona Persons, of
Marion, Saturday and Sunday.
Noblo Hill, of Marion, was out in
this section last wook.
Mrs. Braswoll and Miss Emilinc
Hill, of Marion, were visiting in
Chapol Hill vicinity last week.
J. T. Bigham, of near Crsynevillo,
has a fine youug milk cow for sale. is
Mrs. Mary Hill is visiting hor is
daughter, Mrs. Ben Allen, of Oak-Grove.
Tobacco in this neighborhood is
looking fine with plonty of worms on
it to koep tho boys busy.
George Walkor and Miss Cora
Lewis went to Klizabothtown, 111.,
and wero married last Sunday.
Mr. Jamos Hill is hauling conl to
our sohool house for tho winter's
supply of our school.
Mr. Al Daughtroy, of Morloy,
Mo., was greeting frionds and relatives
through Chapel Hill last wook.
Those on tho sick list for this the
wook are Mrs. Cal Adams, .1. T. has
Bighain, B. If. Walkor and Borlie
W. W. Waid and wife were the
guosts of his parent, Mr. end Mrs.
Ward, of Crayneville, Sunday. is
J. X. Hill and family, ol
were visiting K. H. Bigham's
family last Sunday.
Wt had wind storm aui rain last
Monday evening. Some apple and
poaoh trees were blown down, but
tobacco was damaged but little.
Little Misses Geneva, Evangelise at
and Virginia Kowler, of tin place,
visited their grand-parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Haynes and Mr. and
Mrs. William Fowler, of Marion,
Saturday and Sunday.
General Robert E, Lee.
was the greatest General the world
has ever known. Ballard's Snow Lini
ment is the greatest Linimont. Quickly
cures all pains. It is within the
reach of all. T. H. Pointer, Hempstead,
Texas, writes: "This ia to
certify that Ballard's Snov Liniment
has been used in my household for
years and has heen found to be an excellent
Liniment for Rheumatic pains.
I am never without it." Sold by J.
The patrons oi Bolmont District
are building a fine school house whon
completed it will be ono oi tho best
school houses in the county.
Rev. .1. Vi. MeNeoly returned from
Livingston county Sunday evening.
He supplied for Rev. Hughos at Old
Salem church and for Rev. Vaughn
at Lola and -aid he onjoyed the trip
Miss Silva Travis commenced
our school Monday. Wc are expecting
a good school.
J. M. Andrews says its a girl and
weighs ten pounds.
Edward Woodall has the typhoid
fever. Dr. Cook is the attending
The tobacco crop is looking fino.
Rev. May did some fine preaching
during the Camp meeting.
Last Saturday and Sunday was
rcgu larmccting days at Piney.
There was a colt show in this beat
rccentlv. B. J. Browns colt carried
off the blue ribbon.
The best preparation over made
for stock is Rex Conditioner. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Valuable $12.00
gift with a $1.00 package. .1. X.
Bishop, Crayneville, Ky.
Nea rly aH Cough Cures, especially
those that contain opiates, are constipating.
Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup contains no opiates and acts
gently on the bowels. Pleasant to
take. Sold by J. H. Orme.
No serious sickness.
Our section wall rpprosentcd at
Tho road grader lias been with us.
Evorybody wont to tho show Saturday.
Miss Carrie Harpoudiug spout
part of last weok at Tolu and Siloam.
The ooru crop promises to bo 75
por cent, of a full crop.
.Jamos Mahan spont last weok the
guost of rolatives in .Johnson county
Some of our boys loarnod some
valuable lossons in finance while at
tending the show in Marion Saturday.
The fall torm of New Salem school
in sossion with Miss Willio
as teacher. We understand she
giving outiro satisfaction.
Honry Browstor wont to l'aducah
The W. S. Lowery mines have
closed down for a few days while
putting in new machinery.
Charlie Slayton and family, of
Hampton, wero the guests of .1. H.
Browstor's last week.
Chamberlain's Couph Remedy One
of The Best on The Market.
For many yours Crmmburlnin's Cough
Remedy has constantly gained in fuvor
and popularity until it is now one of
moet staple medicines in use ami
an enormous sale. It is intended
especially for acute throat Htxl hing
diseases, such as couglui. cold and
croup, and can always be depended upon.
It is and safe to take
and u undoubtedly Uie best in the
market for the purposes for which it
intended. Sold by J. H. Orme the
leading drug store in Western Ky.
Haynes & Taylor the enterprising
druggist of Marion.
Everybody went to see the tho
Cal Adams went to the barbecue
Mrs. Will Mayas, of Caldwell
Springs, was in our section last
.Mrs. Mary Henry Jones has been
sick at Mr. Press Ford's for the
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Adam went
to Hurricane canpKieeung last week.
Mis Mabel and Kauiotid Minaer,
of Marion, were visiting here lam
Dick Cruec bought tip a lot i
young iiiulos while he whs here
There is some of tho beat tobacco
in our section that has been grown
A Cure For Constipation And
Piles Discovered At Last.
Carlstedt's Gorman Liver Powder;
removes the cause and cures every
case. Never a failure reported. Try
it. Guaranteed under the Pure Food
and Drugs Act. Price 21k:. Sold by
.las. Fratikliu is pushing the work
on the cemetery. Ho is putting it
in fine shape and whon the carpet of
Blue Grass is put down it will ho a
lovely city of the dead.
Will H. LaRue and wile visited
relatives in Marion Saturday and
Greon Bolt visited his family Saturday
The old mill house has boon torn
down and a new and nno
will likely take its place soon.
Mrs. Susan LaRue visited in
Salem a Jew days last wook.
John L. Harpending wears a
broad smile, A new boy arrived at
his house last week.
Melvin Burris is among his friends
in this section. Ho makes his home
at Mt. Vernon, Ind.
R. A. LaRue is conducting a protracted
meeting at Hampton this
Rev. J. B. McNccly, of Piney,
preached an interesting sermon at
Union Friday night.
FOR SALE, Two mules, farm
wagon and harness, on time with
good note. Sohwaii.
Kind Editor: As our littlo towu
on the Cumberland has boon
in the oolumus of your
estimablo papor for somo weeks, wo
tako the liberty of sending a fow
Dycusburg has awaken to new life
and should a stranger pass our way
ho would find anything but a doad
town. Tho busy whirr of two saw
mills, now inMaily operation. The
whistle of tho canning factory, tho
busy workers within, tho sound of
the hauimor as tho carpenters ply
their trado, all denote activity, and
oro long the town will have rison
again, from tho ashos of tho terrible
conflagration that almost dostroyod
the ontire business portion and bo a
now Dycusburg, and we hopo a wisor
and hotter town.
I. C. Gritlin has a now business
house well under construction.
Bennett A: Lowory are again in
business with a general Hue of merchandise
A large barge of ooal is now at
our landing and is being unloaded
as fast as possible
Will Grove has recently purchased
the homo and farm of .Him Dnvatl
adjoining towu. Mr. Dnrall will
leave soon for Padncnh where he
James Glass sold bis property here
:o Mr. J. C. Grittla. Mr. Ulaas,
wc are glad to say, does not contemplate
leaving our midst.
Cbas. Padon will noon begin the
erection of a residenee on hi- farm
We are informed that Dr. T L.
Philipp. Mr. Frank and
Vaocy Bros, are soon to eomtnenee
the erection of a busman Mock
Mrs. Virgie Caseidy, of
is visiting Mrs. S. FT. Uaeam,. of
Mrs. Nannie Steele, of Prinoeica,
was the guest of Miss May me teele
Miss Zora Whitson, who ha boon
visiting relatives here for weeks, returned
to her home in Ixgan county
Miss Percie Bennett and brother,
Frank, ol Princeton, were the guests
of Mrs. T. L. Phillips and Miss
Khea Cooksey last week.
H. J. Wells was in Knttawa Mon
Guy Riee, of Fredonia, was in
Quite a number if our people attended
Mi&feioMury Meeting at Caldwell
Mr. and Mr. Claude Whito, of
Hrownwood, Tex., have returned
home after an extended visit to thoir
father. Dr. J. M. Gravos.
Mi Rhea Cooksey ha entored
school again at St. Vincont after several
Mrs. T. E. Guess, of Fredonia.
visited friends here Wednosday and
Miss Maude Richards ig teaching
at Copperas Springs.
Frank Scott foil from a horc Monday
and fraoturod his arm.
Mrs. C. L. Burks and sous, of
Blackford, visited relative horo
Poultry profits doubled by uso of
Rex Poultry Food Condimonts.
Valuable $2.00 gift with $1.00 purchases.
X. .1, Bishop, Crayneville.
I'll stop your pain free. To ahow
you first before you Bpend u penny-what
my Pink Pain Tablets can do, I
will mail you free, a Trial Package of
them-Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets.
Nueralgia,;Headache, Toothach, Period
pains, etc., are due alone to blood congestion.
Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets
simply kill pain by coaxing away the
unnatural blood pressure. That is nil.
Address Dr. Shoop, Racine Wta, Sold
by Haynes & Taylor.
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
One black honse about twelve years
old, white hind foot and white spot
in face, fore feet shod, from my
place on Tuesday night, Aug. i:j.
Write or telephone.
J. W. Aiimstiionu,
The farmers have begun to break
ground for whoat and a largo average
will bo sown.
Charlie Dompsoy aud family visited
his brothor Sunday.
Several from bore attondod tho
baptizing noar Bakor Sunday.
The protraotod mooting at Baker
closed Sunday with sevoral
and additions to tho church.
Miss Maud Crowell was in Woston
D. M. Crowoll is building a nice
dwolling for Ira Hoblson near
Miss Laura Truitt and brother,
Luciau, have gono to Load wood,
Mo., where they will visit for sometime.
Costs almost nothing to uso Rox
Poultry Food Condiments, 1 eeut
for 15 feeds. Valunblo $2.00 gift
with $1.00 purchases. X. .1. Bishop,
Sohool commenced at this place
Monday with Miss Annie Haulage at
M. L. Pat ton and sister, Miit
.Julia, attended the enmpmeeting at
Kddyville on .the 25th.
There was a singing tt John Me
('lure's Saturday night.
.John Patton and wife visited their
relatives near Pioclneyville .Sunday.
A little ehild of Robert Holloman
fell and broke its arm Thursday.
Tom Brown had a valuable steer
billed by lightning Wedeesdsy.
Mr. Levis Patton era in France
The boy in this seetioa have beet
working- the road the last week with
M. L. l'attoa overseer.
If yon want to get a glimpse of
happiness and contentment is good
running order, visit a farm located
oa a rural delivery route, connected
with a rural telephone system,
by a garden and orchard
producing all the fruit the heart
may desire, and which has a house
containing boys and girls, music and
books ana culture and reluemeat.
Lela Gnaws ia very sick at this
The canning factory at Dycusburg
is in operation how, and m&j loads
of nice tomatoes are ooming ia daily.
Mis Frank i Grimes is visiting
her relatives in Lyon county this
A large crowd from this pi ace are
contemplating attending the camp-in
eating at Kddyville Sunday.
Tom Hall bad the misfortune to
stick a pitch fork in his leg last
A fow (colored men) for laborers
in foundry. No trouble, good wages;
steady work for competent mon.
Plenty of colored people here, Pol-good
orod schools aud churches,
town to live in. Apply to
Mt. Vkknon (k Mko. Co
Mt. Vernon, III.
The Fanuars' Institute will moot
in this city next Wednosday and
Thursday, Sojit. 11 and 1U. Let
ovory body, tho farmers ospoeially,
come. Tho following program will
Raising shoop for prolit, A. Dean.
How to roolaim worn out land, J.
Drawing and saving stock peas, .1.
Swine breeding, Dr. .J. O. Dixon.
How to get a stand of grass, E.
L. Nun n.
Growing and curing tobacco, A.
Growing and marketing small fruit,
W. L. Adams.
The best kind of grass to grow in
Crittenden county, James Carter.
It is expected that some special
lecturers will be horn also.
. Marriage License.
Harry Gass to Bortha Fritts.
7 J. King to Sophia Millikan.
INHERITS FROM LANDLORD.
live Uluvciiiiiker uli'olk Sired,"
Has No Lonycr lo I'ny Runt
Chicago, 111., Aug. :il. "The
littlo glovomnker of Polk street' yesterday
laid aside her workbaskol of
unfinished silk mittens for tho tlrst
work-day in 111 toon yours. Whether
she res urn os the uncompleted task or
abandons it forever now is optional
Mrs. Anna E. Carroll, tho world's
model tenant, yesterday received as a
regard for faithful service the hotiso
in which alio ban paid rent far twenty.
seven yours. A three story brick
building at !M52 West Polk street was
bequeathed to her in the will of its
ownor, Henry L. Barney, who died
two weeks ago.
The little gray -haired women, who
in her declining years unexpectedly
became u landholder, bad not recovered
from the surprise yesterday
"Mr Barney bad siiokexof it for
years as my house," the said "and be
bad left it almost entirely in my
charge, but I never new that he intended
doing all this." Her eyes
shone with pride at she indicated the
uaint, old fashioned but subetantial
building of which she was the owner.
"They supplied the money for the
real," she said, "livery month for
twenty-seven years all but a f,w
weeks. I have paid Mr. Barney bin
$26 on the first of the month. Why,
I won i know what to do no whan
rent day earner around, and I can
put the money in my pocket. At
the hospital he told the attendaau
I eras the brightest littlo women in
Chicago, because 1 paid him prompt 1
y, attended to the repairs of the
building myself and looked after in
tercets, became he was an invalid.
Bat I never thought of this never
The neighbors who crowded into
the plainly furnished room seemingly
were mora jubilant than Xn. Car-roil.
And you'll be givin up th
glovemaking now?" inertedone.
Maybe, bat I don t think so,
was the thoughtful answer. "You
know I am need to the work now.
The husband of Mrs. Carroll has
beca dead for twenty -seven years,
and her son left Chicago many years
ago. one is aloaa, save lor the
friends whose hearty congratulation
brought tears to her eyes yesterday.
"There would not be much use be
ing a model tenant if ikare wanH t a
model owner, ska said Liuiilv.
The will of Mr. Barney and the
many charities he helped showed the
kind of niaa he was."
"Then, with lips uiveriHg into a
inilo that was half a sob, ike looked
at her friends. .
'When Mr. Barney loft the renting
of the bouse to me, he said,
Choose the right kind of neighbors
and I think I did. '
The will of Mr. Barney, which will
b probated Sept. 17, deposes of
$200,000 worth oi proportv and real
estate. All in bequeathed to relatives
and charity, save the structure
which he turned ovor to its long lime
Mrs. Cairoll is a lormor resident
ol Bullalo, wore hor family onee owned
much property. She has boon a
school teacher, but since the loss of
all hor monoy liftoon years ago has
supported horsolf by neodlowork un
silk mittons and fancy glove.
All persons wishing to take school
boarders please report immediately
to V, B Vandell or .1. P. King.
Eczema and rimplcs
are quickly and permanently cured by
ZEMO, n clean liquid for external use.
ZKMO draws the r.ermB to the Hurfaco
of tho skin and destroys thern, leaving
a nice clear healthy skin. Writo E.
Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mo., for
samplo. All Druggists tell ZEMO.
HAYNES As TAYLOR
The Pkkh.h and the twice a wook
Republic, ono year for $1.51) any
time in August.
High prices lor dried fruit.
Tnke DeWitfs Kidney and Bladder
Pilla for backuche, weak kidneya and
inflammation of the bladder. Sold bv
DANIELS COMET VISIBlT
Enrly Risers Will be Repaid bj,
Look Intn the East Just km
Many portions who luu
early in tho morning ha,
with much intorost tl ,
eoinct which is soon m tt
Tho oomot was discover i
10 by Prof. Zaooheus Da
Princeton University, aiii
tinned almost steadily t..
brightness and visibility
The New York Tnbun.
cent issue, has tho follow c
about the oomot.
"The Daniels comet n-.
oast at A o'clock in thr u r
shortly afterward, and it
the best advantage a littl.
earliest indications of dawi,
I :it) Since it was (irt
it has traveled t the catw .
eral weeks ago it was in tl
latino of Taurus. .
passed between Procynn ("
Dog Star) and th bright
Gemini Castor and P. , -now
tt is in Cancer, and i ,
Sept. 1 it will be near tl,.
sUr (Alpha) in that ,
The path it is follimin.
exceeded ia imagination
close to Keguitte. In id.
leo daae not om
honaon nnw until about
after the eomet.
"The comet now vin
eerly morning, tnwairh u..
liani as several cmaorvrd
limes, is said to be ibr u. -i
ous object of its r
latttade of thi city for
a osuturv. If compsrai
persons attempted ! n.
convenient hour for ih r
stein it. there is orui:,.
in the spectacle preirnt ! i
a little efort on the pan
who are kept oat of bed .
or pleasure auti! nearly !
deed, whether the pi'nm.
improved or aot, it dr '
WlUle Oc! r thvj let yt -swell
Oracle of ' I'm ecttii
nnl sodtar trrrrj day
III ll.ir.e. I'lnUh.
"Dear me. rabby." nasi an oil is !v
a: Mm alurbiMl from h four wlifsi.r at
IJV(riool atrm't utatlon. '"your b hm
ar Hl "
"Don't you go ami think It !-
Vd . Into a silly 'abtt of trj "
staml on 'Is 'uad In ttw direct. m ir.
'co It ain't." was th reply ' T' X
tnT vi M a iHirlous thlnkln' 'i
l, ma'am. A werry prnyprful
l to "K's ticfi pra)ln' tlim it
six year a ow 'in pire oU m'r"i
frtit o" tliin lsy conn' cros a K 1
VartiM tsrty ubat'll clvv Mm n i r
or two orr t lar fare, hut I"f
IiIomk yr. tna'ain." ln aildl ns lie !
f( at lti klilllluc tin- old lad i'l
bandM him, " V lonln' faith font mil
Honivtlilnk woon 'nppcim 'v II d e
a blooniln Itlitthlil " - tindou Tit Hit
u'hr w u iititltftlo.
Iteorntl a mwllral man ruvc It
Mh opInUm that the ovon wns rnon
l!lt' for more dyHpsln than any "tli
er tioiiKfliold contrlvancr The modern
cook tlnd'i It much wuxivr to bake Umn
to rowit The Hplt don nn almost koi
sut of xlHtnp and thcrs Is neldoia
any one In tlu kltclk'n to take Itt plnif
It follow r renHomitily that any
food cooked wltliln a conllned spa
will not bo so dk'tltile nn that donn
before un upvii lire, where nil :'
have freutluui to oscapu. Country Life
"Did you tell your teacher that I
helped yon with ymir French exercise.
"And whu t did he sny "
"He mild ho wouldn't keep me In
'eos It didn't hcuiu fair Uiat I
liould suffer for your iRnorunce."
Him- We Do CliHiiKf!
"Aim!" Mr. JcIIuh. "Heen
treasuring another iiihu'h picture nil
uiese yeure, heyV "
"Not exactly," answered bis better
half. "That's a photo tnken of you,
dear, when you had liulr." Waahlngton
nrmitflil lloiu In Hint.
nil. rlht doesn't nb
ways make mljrht, does It7 Frankmnn
-I don't know about that. Tho mittrb
nionlal rite secmu to hnvo made u mite
of you. Ulehmend Dispatch.
"Whnt'a women's rlghta?"
"KveryflilnK lliey want. Run nway."