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Willio Whitla, tho missing ohild, has
just been returned to his father in
tho Hollondon Hotel. Tho lad walk
co into the lobby and was grabbed
bv his father.
Cleveland. Ohio., Maroh 22. Willie
Whitla, who caused the pnlico of
the entire country ond'ess worry cinco
ho was kidnaped from school at
Sharon last Thursday, was returned
to his f,uhor at Uollendcn Hotel hero
tonicht at SIO in compliance with
tho entered into hetweon
the kidnaped boy's father and an
j aconl nf the kidnapers here today.
ThVliov was placed on a street car
on tho nut skirts of the city and
started to the hotel shortly after S
o'clock. Two boys recognized tho
lad nn tho car, and, taking him in
charge, conducted him to his father,
who was waiting according to a prearranged
plan which he had followed
at tho dictation of tho kidnapers.
The boy wandered about the hotel
lobby unannounced for several minutes,
asking the bell boys for his
father, before the latter knew his son
was in tho big foyer. The moment
the anxious parent heard that a
strange boy was in the hotel sauntering
in aimless fashion, he rushed
across the lobby, grasped him in his
arms and smothered his face with
kisics. An attempt had been made
to disguise the lad. He wore a pair
of smoked glasses and a large tan
cap, which was pulled down ovor his
cars, and the father said it would
havu been difficult to havo recognized
the boy in such garb had he passed
him on the strcot. Willie is in perfect
health. Ho says he has been
well treated, and ever sinco his capture
has been constantly indoors
He believes ho was taken from Sharon
to Warren, thence to New Cas.
tlo. It is his opinion, expressed in
happy Bchool boy way, that he was
in Ashtabula Saturday night at the
time his father waa to leave his
f 10. 00 in r at Iron Par, wnitia
senior, refused to state whether he
paid ransom or not.
Sharon. Pa., March 22. The first
act of .1. P Whitla upon the, recov
erv nf hi- kidnaped son tonight was
to c til his wife over tho long dis
tance telephone. Mrs. Whitla evidently
expecting news, did not
cnllpe but manifested the most
perfect self controll. Not only was
the family overjoyed at tho rccipt
of the news, but the entire community
it sharing their happiness, and
a great demonstration is beinc arranged
for tho return home of father
and ion, who are' expected at 12:1(5
The new spread last over the entire
country, and within two hoirs
after 'he message came, moro than
fifty telegrams .f congratulation had
lieen delivered to Mr. Whitla.
Content with the delivery of his son,
Whitla has sent no further word as
tntlo manner he was found, but
Detective Ward gave out a statement
.ninht detailing tho acts leading up
to r A letter directing
Whiili in come to Cleveland was
this morninc. He was given
explicit d'uections about leaving the
t'l'n from where hn was told to
tn Dunbar's drue store,
nPr ' 9vrn"' nn '' '' r
f.i"i. iere he was t K i-i
I n'" '"ft for William William-. The
i.te snsd: "If you attempt to each
nn with u vou will never irct ymir
h . " D etecMve Ward also stateii
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Itlf? HEW K OKKKKFI).
H.irrs'urL'. P., Match 22. Tl.
?nn'n fotiiph' unaiiimousl y adop'fd
a cnourrent resolution offering a re.
ward nf $15,000 for information
Inalinu to th. arret and pnnv'rtion
f the kidnapers of Willi- Whitla
V nnirstown, Ohio.. Maroh 22
.Inseph Wei. of this city, wad taken
into custodv here tonicht. While
h police arp reticent coneerriint'
the arret, it is understood that his
intention is in connection with the
Whitla Vidnapinc case. O. C. Clnss.
" Sharon school houfe janitor, is
' and declares there is little dnubt
man is the one who kidnaped
KTH l'KNALTA FOR KlNAPINO."
Harrisburg, Pa , Maroh 22. A
bill making kidnaping a felony puu
ishablo only by death by hanging
was introduced in tho senate tonight
by James, of Luzerne county. James
bill allows of no judicial discretion
as to punishment of kidnaper, providing
for the death penalty only.
It further provides that tho person
convicted of assisting iu kidnaping
bo imprisoned for life or such term
as court may direct.
Cleveland, Ohio., Maroh 211. In
the arrest horo tonight of thamen
and womau having $0,730 in their
possession, the polico behove they
have eapturcd tho kidnapers of Willie
Whitla, In fact tho woman in
the case, who was greatly ezeitcd,
admitted she had been icsponttible
for tho kidnaping. Boncath tho woman's
skirt was found $D 700. All
of it hut 140 was found in packages
with the original slips placed on the
money when Whitla took it from'the
bank still around it.
Also Large Stock of Electric Light
Street Railway and Telephone Sup
plies Constantly on Hand.
Don't fail to send for latest Cata
loguo No. 7.
Jis. Clark Jr., Electric ConiMiy,
313 W MainSt, Louisville, Ky,
i PINEY CREEK.
M. B. Thomason, of Lyon county,
was visiting friends friends here
The boys am cotninc in from the
Salt river voyage and they seem to
have enjoyed the trip finely.
F;ne weather for work.
Dr. O. C. Cook, of County, as
in this community recently.
Solomon Hunt has moved in tn
Sunday school will commence here
Sundav aftornnnn Everybody ie
invited to attend.
Her. J. W. VatiL'hn is over tn
Webster county thii week.
Joseph Hunt has been, visiting
relatives it Marion.
Mis Minnie vnx went to the oity
,J. C. Armstrong is vistinc his
friends in Missouri.
Miss Luetic Woodall has jut
returned from Winficld. Kansa,
where she has been visitini: her
Mrs. Aimer Hrookshirc.
Miss Dora Blackburn visited relatives
in Caldwell county recently.
L K. Jennintrs is one of our cst
tnbaeco eniwer. He and his force
co after i. 'The 2.") per cent balance
cominc to him from the" pool is $200.
What was hs entire crop worth?
Since ih death nf his. vifc. our
neichhor and merchant Jn,a Hunt,
is inllinc of coinc on a trip (o the
imili west and to Kansas.
Mioses Adn aii't 'Zora 'CHinphell
visited their si.nr. Mr.
of Piney, Thursday.
Sherman Cravne ht purchased
fine niare"i'f Will Crayne.
Mr. Kna Williamson is
William Wooldridge and 0ei
Tlmtiiason arc about through deliver
me their tobacco to the pool houe.
O r railroad statioiv
Cravne, is in a boom
The Hiishinc hoys aro goinc to
rush the tobacco business by erowinc
it on n large scale.
'n havo had a few fine days and
farmers are busy.
John Travis' family arc making
their homo in Marion.
D. S. F. Qridor siys if he can't
be jailer he can buy produce.
11. M. Hiloy, the fruit tree man,
was here Saturday,
Lat Sunday was regular meeting'
day at Walaut Orove.
W-. A. Hill is making his arrange
ment to to thu state of Waiihiiictoii!
Thero is talk of L)U Hunt m iving
to the Joe Hunt resilience.
Of tho 110 counties m Kont uoky,
04 aro without a saloon. This i h
surprisa tn uian. Is Kenliiek)
going dry"' '
Our Melt people are butler.
flonrv Hi'l, of Carrcvi'le, visited
Dolmer HubS and wife lat week.
S, A Limb of Sutrar 'h
Mpotiflinc a r,.w d.ys with her -n.-,
H L Lamb
Several from Wehter attended the
wnrkinc at hm Tethcrinctnn's
Logan and Frank McDowell went
to Marion hridav.
Candidates are a thing of the
Delmer Hhh bought four head of
cattle and a v ung mare from Bert
The roads are good in these parts
if the water would go down so we
cauld Irate them.
Lttlir frii Oktaiiin.
Milburn, Okla., March 17. '00.
Vr. S. M. Jenkins: Vou M
io doubt be surprised to go' letter
'rom me, but I thought 1 had
nothing to do, would ntp ou a
I am enjoying good and a
good time. The weather is. nice and
everything is in bloom, most all the
farmers aro throuch planting corn
and many of them fixing to plant
cotton. I iin working for Gill Broa.
at this placo and have been employed
since last October and like my job
When I first came out here 1
herded ca'th for Uncle Joe. He
and Aunt Fannie arc getting along
fine. Aunt Fannie n entirely well
and is getting fat, but she was in a
dangerous condition for a while and
c thought she was going to pass
cr the dark river, but God spared
r. Sho intends tn start for St.
I ouis next wock for a week's visit
a d then I think she really needs
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PAGE LIGHT CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, MARCH 25th 1909
I Levias. I
Robert bucss and family, of
visited homo folk- here
Mrs. .J H. I'ricn viited h r fur h
er in Carv'lle recently.
, Horn to Finis llilcy and wife a
fine hoy op .March 10.
Mrs. l'arthcna Oillis has returned
home, having spent the winter in
Kay Farmer is under the ere of
a loc or
W. H. Laltue bought a span of
mules county court day from James
Patmor for 1350.
Mrs. Addio Clark, of Sprinpfield.
Mo., visited friends in this section
Rev. Woodruff, of Princeton, waa
here last week enrrutc to his appoint
ment at New Salem Sunday.
Eltio Gillcss, who has pone to
Paducah to have a cataract removed
from eye is reported as petting
Mr. Paulino Davidson, nf Tolu,
is visitine relatives iu this section.
Ed Moore has returned to the J.
W. Stallions place near Siloam and
will make a crop there.
The Sunny Brook mines have
suspended operations for a while on
account of too much water. Supt.
Rad cliff expects to resume work aa
soon as the waters subside.
That's the Way to Pronounce Hyo-
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As doubt exists In tho minds of
many readers of the Crittenden Press
let us say that the above Is the
proper pronunciation of America's
most wonderful catarrh cure Haynes
& Taylor are the agents for Hyomel
In Marlon and they will sell you an
Inhaler, a bottle of Hyomel. and full
Instructions for use, for only Jl 00
And If It falls to cure acute or
chronic catarrh, asthma, bronchitis,
croup, hay feer or couplis and colds,
they will qlve you your money back.
The person who suffers from catarrh
nfter such nn offer as that, must
like to snuffle, spit and wheeze, and
he generally dlsfiustlnR.
Head what Mr G F. Lowe says.
"I have used Hyomel for a case
of nasal catnrrh which had bothered
me for a Ioiir time I can say that
HvoiupI killed the norms of the disease
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7. Alloxan, Mich, 'September 13.
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' 17 t I nijjriier, hn will re-.,,...i
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I! r.. m iho wife of Pierce Uraihor.'jl UlU; J () R J 4 R ?. (HUGH T.
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Dr. Phillips, who has been con fined
to his room for several days with
"P. is convalescent.
L. B. Vostcr and family, of
aro tho guests of his mother
at this place,
Claud and Roy Crcgory, Warner
Bell, Horry and llcnrv Ward left for
Wm. Wheeler, of Sedalii, visited
relatives hero recently
Kdeo Campbell left for Memphis
Sunday, where he has acoptcd a
D ti ran Koon, of Caldwell Springs
has entered school here.
W. B. Grove and G. M. ancoy
were in Paducah Sunday.
Mrs. Ada Bennett, of
lod.,is visiting friends here,
Miss Julia' Mariin, of Pinckney-ville,
passed through horo Sunday
enroutc to her home from Nashville,
where she has been to buy millinery
C. A. Woodall, agent for the
Equitable Life Assurance Society of
New York, paid March 15, to R. L.
Savage of Livingstone dounty, 11000
in pyment of a $1000 policy carried
five months with the above company
by his wife, deceased.
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We arc having lots of rain.
Kd Thomason and son came down
from Azalea to his father Friday
Mrs. Fannie Hunt died Thursday
and was buried Friday. She will he
miscd by her many friend.
Misses KttH and Vi r.i (' ider
visited their uncle Vernon Criyno,
Mrs. Tajlor and fin'lj will leave
Uncla Sam Hawkin" is on the -i. k
Mr. CharleyjHunt is very poorly.
Vow i heii some one veils hello!"
we will know it is not a candidate.
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