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Eclipse of moon. Rev. Elgin Visits Son.
There was to be a partial1 Kev. Virgil Elgin, former pas-eclipse
of tiie moon this morning tor of Hartford Methodist
visible throughout the United Church, who was reeently nap
States, except in the extreme I pointed to hit charge at
portii n where the set- Isontown, Ky., is thoguet of his
ting of the moon and the rising son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs).
of the sum occurred ' fore
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui is a mild, tonic
remedy, purely vegetable,
and acts in a natural manner
on the delicate, womanly
up strength, and toning up
ttta narrio In fie r .' ' 1 1
roare Parrfiii Ji.tq hrlnrH I
morethanamillion women. '
You are urged to try it,
because we are sure that f
it will do you good.
At all drug stortt.
beginning of the SClipS. One
more occurrtnee, Ian. 6, 1930
ends the m iii i to which this lunar
ecu) o belongs, which bsgsn
over 81 0 yean ago on the moon's
JUthern limb and that of lH3tl in danger, but Mrs. R J. PH
will be very small and on the tr, Vt., lo f thi kiwi.
... i;,i. a liiMn .....;. . on tie. usir tr t'r Km
eonsists of is recurrences eov
ering a period of 866 v- srs
Hopkins vi'le Kentuckian.
A nan cow. dehorned, seven
years old, due to calf Oct. 10th.
08 3tp E. B. Moore.
(OtkSved from lul week.)
Several from this neighbor-hood
have been hauling coal from
the Bamaby coal mines.
Farmers are breaking their
ground in preparation for sowing
Joe M. Dean attended services
at the Southern Prssbj terian
church at Marion, Sunday.
ka'a :i wiM' u. m.m ho
what to do win bat nuoband' lifo is 11260 0J,
GroverKeland of Union county ' Love graveyard
is visiting relatives in this neigh- MrJ c,,,, x islted her
Mrs. K. C. Craves and Mrs.
J. U. Gagborn have been ill fr
the past week.
Miss Ethel Johns n accompanied
by her uncle. J. M. Ford.
left Sunday for Paducah where
she will study to be a trained
son. Hob, Tuesday.
Mrs. S. B, Belt visited her
grandchildren, Jack and Lamms
Belt, last week.
Little Miss SttS Thomas was
the attest of her sister. Mrs. R,
Mrs. Hugh Morris and children,
of Glendale section, wars
-is of Mrs. E. M. Robertson
la m tho1 Johnny (glibly I
list this week.
The little child of Jack Arm
strong ;.' , last w k of dipthe
d was buried at the Love
I refused fo hp rr.fntrl . A.t Shtrlield has moved to
on, tne morning l heard il lul
about Cnrdui," writes Mrs. Mrs. Sarah Belt left Thursday
Elmer Sickler, of Ttrre for Fairview to isit her
Haute, Ind. "I hied Car-dui,
and it helped me
greatly. Now, I do my own
washing and ironing."
ter. Mrs. Lsster Clark.
Jim Head Moore passed thro'
this place Thursday.
Mrs. Fannie Hughes and son,
Elsie, are reported very sick at1
Richard Pelt passed through
THE CHITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS JCT. 17, 191;
. Deeds R corded.
U L ChUdrm to B. II. Kirk
16 .?") acres. $:UK).
I, C. Swain to K. 1 Under-down,
2T acres, mineral rights reserved,
ini i i it
Virgil Flgin, Jr.. near town. ' v. r.mer to i. r. nornm
Hartford Herald. W, I. Tudor two lots and stoe
. . hOQSS in Shady drove. $800.00
lifts' Ry His VI I J. B. Hsmby to w. s. Travis
..) acres on Livingston creel-.
Moeovory, Mr. I "for a iwoai ,reea sww.
droadf ai eoogfa, irboa - w . fj, HcldertO J, I. Clark
rriambail thought I had only a
my 5 j.2 ac, n Cumberland river.
short tiSha to Hve, :in.l it fofiljiU
eorod mo." Aoukk eora for eouffho
L H. .James to Zed A. Kent), tt
ami soldo, it i tee most if and PS-
liable sssdieiM for mm throat nrai 16 acres also one ninth int. in a
loo troubles grip, htuncWUs, troup, tract of land on the Ohio river
eheopiag rough, qutnsyi lonsiliUs, .,M)
uoautihsgss. A trial still tonvbieo ''""', ,
y..u. .'.nets., and i.. Qaaraateed J. C OrilBn to h. M. Mltm
by Haynee a Taylor and Jaasoo ft IhoUSS and lot In Dyeusburg LO0
Otass, an,i other considerations.
thought to be improved at thi
Cladvs. the little daughter of
John Ryan, died last week of
dvptheria and was buried at the
T. C. Campbell to .1. D. Cla-k
40acr s 161.00.
lace house and lot in Marion $7fn.
I. T. Birchlield to V. L. Hurst
GS so. yd. $"0.
C. A. wsJker W K. J. Monti
gomery two tracts on Claylick
55 1-1 acres t(K).
W'm. A. Smith to C. K. radon
mi acres 1600.
. . ... ....
Geo. Conditt attended church daughter, Miss Estelle Dobson, ' P. foinaexter to n.
c. .-.,!.. : ..-. .-.. in Marn T, , ..,!, h,u.. ' Stone 28 1-5 Seres near Manor
Bl Iltl'l.ll, .126.96.36.199. . .. I III .'.II. .vii . v.x -...... .-..,.,. .
J. M. Ford is building a new ping,
addition to his house. Bob Moore and wife were the
The box supper given by the quests of her parents Sunday
Oak Hall school last Fridaj Miss Sue returned home
night was well attended. Some
ttdng near thirty boxes won Mi,, Sadie Hughes returned
B0' ' home Sunday from a nleaaant
Miss r.ir.ma Adams t as ncen
visiting her aunt. Miss Nannie
The musicals at Mr. Ben Dr i
ry's last Saturday night was well
Rev. H. V Escott will fill his
regular appointment here the
A. Dean is building a nice
house on his place. It looks
While cumin: down Mt. .;'n
hill one day last weak, T. H, Richard Belt is able to be up and
Fowler's horse ran swaj . turned , out again.
his buggy over, tore it up and' The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
threw the owner out but be BUI Belt is on the sick list at
caped but little w I - for the sc- this writing.
Mrs. Hen F"u lee hss been very
ill for the past week of typhoid
K. M. Dalton to Nantde F.
Griffin house and lot in
Dunlap Wakeneid to Geo, 11.
r 3 lots in PsJrview addi
.isit to ber Mrs. H . r Uon I i Marion iw.
Hodga, J. P. Pierce to James F. -
Mrs. l.i. Todd bsppsned toa Hack twoloteinsaatMarloa300,
painful accident last week by J. M. Moore to J. B. Croft one
sticking s sail in ber foot. Dr.
Clement, of Marion, was calkdt
to dress the wound. She is H -'
ing very well at this writing.
Kro Uria Terry closed a successful
meeting at Forest Grove
Cleo, the little daughter of
fourth int. in lot in Tola 1125
Mary Harris to J. B. Croft IQ
lots In Tolu 25.
Wh.n IOU havo a barl cold y.u want
the bent no a to
cure it with as little delay so pouMMe.
Hate la a dtagsart' opialoa: "I I vn
sol.l ('hainliorlun's Cough Kem.ily for
fifteen earn,'" Bays Knos Lollar, f
Saratoga, lad., "ami aansssafad H the
lust on the market." For silo bf all
Aunt Dorothy How many
commandments are there. John-
Aunt Dorothy And now
pise you were t break on
nigot. Miss Williams was arraigned '
. penslty will come on the
. the first day of Novem-
r If ou want tosave paying
p nalty, e ms in and pay
J. F. Loyd,
. .11 - Tax Collector
I It AVIS AMI HAYiNIS I
Travis and .lames Havnes
Wednesday sfternoon to
their homes at Hebl ards e,
having bam dismissed from the
Dr. Travis was bitten by a cat,
and Mr. Ltaynes by a dog. The
examination of the heads made
In physicians at the institute led
to the belief that the anitnah
had rabies. Henderson Gleaner.
If you havo youne children you have
n'rh.i.s riotioe.) that JioordVn of tho
stomach art' tlnir mot mmin ail-
(Dsawas trom last sruosi.j Carrie Wheeler to Carl T.. ,orr,t .. w,u lad
Little Marie Horning, who has ,lt.rson 1 aero north oi Marion CaansserieeVs Mesas ni Uvsr
been raw sick with diptheria. is unnn resists sestloat Tay . om sad
"" iii'HHtit to tuki and mihl ami Krntl
I'. J. Holloman to V . It. Wai- in offset For sie iy all dsalora,
Undertaker on Way;
Boys Ask For Book.
Owensville. Ind.. Oct. .1.
While the undertaker was on the
asked for a picture Unjk. The
child had botn ill tr several
days and Tuesday fell into a tit
of drowsiness. His parents bt
lieved him dead, and called the
undertaker. The boy's seven
exchanged for land in Webstei Ksar old sister died several dsys
Cruelty to Oysters.
v ! it we n.c.1. of course, is a
for the prevention ol
BUP business to be flirting with the
Johnny (tentatively) Then
there'd be nine. Christian Register.
Farms tor si 1 town
property in Marion. We havs
some bargains. See us before
Mayes, McFggA Cridbr.
Lawyer Sings Girl to Freedom.
Ossining, N. Y. Stuart Maker,
an Ossining lawyer, today
cruelty to oystera. It is a yeai
sines the humai gentli
from Alabama ros t i snnounce
oj iters w hen sti n oa the
v.cre all .; that the act
eras ;. vt tn cannibalism, and.
that he and hs bouse wed going I
t i eschew, if not the oj BU r. then
the practice. "Waiter, serving."
This was not received in a spirit
of d i bj .'ri ojuei -
ters of ovster houses and oth. r
such resorts. It was even treat-ad
with leitv. It is therefore
to be hoped that sine Dr. Wiley
has lifted his voice against the
devouring of oysters live, bet
ter counsels will prevail. We
are to stab the bivalve through
the heart with the oyster fork
smother with horseradish
swallow with a clear C n K
unless, of course, we are regeta '
ri.ins. in which ease we have no!
ovst. r at all. What Dr. w I
h is neglected to tell us Is wheth '
the forkstab is a compl I
rs '. Whst If ws do
not like horseradish in sufficient
quantities to dispatch s tali s
ovster'.' The bettor
part of a rapidly civilising worl l
looks forward confidently t.. ;.
state of society in which oysters,
if eaten at all. will have been
painlessly executed prior to. iv
ing. An enlightened public conscience
is beginning to be revolted
at the idea of carrying na
tures restrictive laws to tin-
SHn '"1,s 1 1 race Williams, a
T, e luneneon saoie. we nave enougn
Thursday enroute from .. ,. , , . . . .
Newcastle school free
Ot the surviva ol the lit in nisi-
-L I J l r . ii I ---...
sne was ana urnen twio e I'oice1 ., a. u: i. 1..
nknAn!.ffM...kt.lUM.M..l.l . .. ' iiesn. i iiie.iu.me, iei us ll.
..uwonuMwaM. JU!lllai vvlaII1 j. thodei
ayn at .,n.i i,, i.,,,, i,.tt..r ilUiua l
Suste Dobson visited Milwood, charged vdth Paaoi the ,ir,..,n..t..,i
f. T II 1 TH J.... i . . "" K"
iirs. i. v. nugnes inursuuy iy contiuci.
raisins. Hoston Transcript,
on a charge by "Squire" CTDAVPn no v.rni lm
ley, who testified that she passed
his house every night singing
"Everybody's Dote' It." Rs
Blackford, Ky., Sept. 2x, 1912.
Estraved or stolen from ruj
also said she danced what he j farm one mile south of Blackford
heard was the "turkey trot." Ky., In Crittenden Co.. one rone
Mr. Baker insisted upon a jury I heifer two years old, will wi
Office opposite the trial. Six men were called and about six hundred lbs., has short
after Baker had sung the first I crumpled horns.
verse and chorus of the song th , ( VVill pay additional price to any
promptly acquitted Miss Wj. 0ne giving me inofrmation of h r
. fca ww j fc
fnm Lit) week. I
rU TUfT! I U KA Mrs. Carrie Skaggt left Mon
Hebbaidsville Men Return After
Treatment at Pasteur
After undergoing treatment at
the Pasteur Institute in Chicago
J. A. Crowell A Owen Fox to I for several weeks. Ir. Walter
K. A. Crowell 35 acres on Pigeon
ers attended the bos r at
! sn's scho house Pridaj nil
J. 1.. I! m Pbrdi Perrj .
was in town Thursdav .
Miss 'ra II- nnetl was the
it of Mn G D II ighea,
Rat 0. D. Spenee tiled bin
sppointment here Raturdaj si d
la) Kvery .'no present
will ill nu ruber his I
; r Tin m si I t"t .! I ere 1 in the
church a this place Ps
17 I. which was i ! text.
( !en II . he, who has )
nuite sick, is reported no I -
at thi writ
assr 'Tv4ssr '- JT
I avj oVf f . v
a a. T5SJ 4 . . .- y t '
I. M COMIKAN
(DolafMl from laot , , k i
Mr. am! Mrs J. I). Karris
II lllll I llll. II lllllllrt llll .1.. . ... I,.... I,,...,.. I,, II. . .II, 111', r Snll'lll ll.llt ,...... I .1 -
III., utter a two weeks isit at wsjuawin Air. and Mrs.
this place. Cog,
J, P. Johnson and family ha. Mrs. Clay Iieed is vitltil
. . .
a 1 I ..I 1
move (in. Mr. ueWM nouse ior air. hiiii iiih. ueo. Keed
Miss lalhan wi.o I as """-'y 'r a wwwe weeks vi,
. .... i i .1 i .-lit...-. ., i
t en u.ite sick, is now in i - i " '
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis
and oaughtel . Anc. I, of Ri li
dare. 1:1., were bars Thursday
alter th- nmainder of t.nir
L.'t them brag of their frsah
painted church buildings, but
old rVerton can brag of a new
church building an I also freshly
i.'.l'i i'i I'll imi i inn i m i iii uui '
' i .. a i ... o i. i
rli.. litrlo ..f Tl,,., ;'";"'"'" 'o.ia r -n n,i.
t fit in tie awM
1. 11. Parish to Alice B. Harris rjrackle. a farmer woke up and
lot in Marlon $.'?75.
Sarah C Jackson to G. L
C. Moore, a few days last week. McDaniel 28 1 I acres
H Robertson and grand- CraskfaSa
on De. l
Mrs H. I. Rice is . iail
parsata, Mr. and Mrs Ji
of Cairo. III.
Kellei Lai les l.-ft la i
on bis fall trip tin
and TsOOeSI B
Miss Birdie Gaines
t'.istle, K.. i- with
Mrs. Sam Howerton
tM,Mr telHImrj deps I
painted tH.. Everyone is
. ... In,, llu. it,... I
.... j . .. a 1. . i ... i iiiw mm i i , i .
.....l .. .. ,.. u.a i ...i.. i...- conien e r me i niiircii iinu
trimmed for t:. m i i
Airs, ira insu is v siting Airs, i i
Marv Hugbi The first meetini
M ss ilv liuirhes iv 1 tnathean Club fortl
bei last i
Walter V i ing as
subject for tl.
the Mac-, i Tl nexl i
ing will with M
I1 . he loni ! M s
l. P '
Hsyden C ind AISl , I Miss (
of Roi . Ill . sn w... i
iton si this win- D. L. Perkins sad M - N-
Finis W..fs.ifi a d slstSff Spent I i i
Sunday with Jfiss Cora Bskcr. A I near and Misi Ma
M--S. .1. I.. Rankin, nf I
Ferry, sos i Sund ii with Mrs.
W. F. Knott.
i i ;. d Miss I
.. "" Ti
. . r Y
V- ' 7 X ii
guaranteed 1 5 years
IF when you put on
roof you arc a little in
doubt as to quality and
arc afraid that it will not
withstand the sun ami
rain you will not fed
lire that you arc getting
absolute protection from
the rain you will be worried
every time there is a
heavy storm you will not
be satisfied till you inspect
the roof and assure yourself
the first thinjr in the
morning that it has not
BDrunff a leak during the
night and dam;' l your property.
Bity on the other hand, if you iuy our
... . ..-..- w , lil , II I iii iiiiim I'm, , ' ,' - nini lli S iO
winter quarters. week.
Mrs 11. C Praysor returned I Mrs. Sattie Boas, of the Pran
borne Thusdsy after 1 week's est m Ighbori o .d. ipent several
ran wihi nri muni. nays insi week With her dan 1
Mrs. Mary Wilson ami chil tOM, Mrs. Rettis Bennetl
dren. Mi. and Mrs. C K. Wilson Mrs. ',b Robertson, and
and son. Delmer, Mr. and Mrs. Albert.
C.G.Wihon.nd Everett Pnund.
Um, Elwort) uf , jsvil,.
stf Nam. Cote., and 0 P.Wilsoa ,.,,, r th
pent Thursday with Mrs. Jerrj ,;lliri.ia !; t ,,U(.t.k
Miss M i me Garret spent se
oral days last week with Mn
K L. Gahagan.
M. IS labor went teCaasyville
Saturdaj on business tri
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wilson left
Friday fr their horn 1 in Nu n,
Miss Mabel Averitt, of 1
1 a. Cal.. who ipuni the mi 1
with io 1 .. inC, li M. C. Dula
M . leit for bom . tie ,
is .0 ! II. -A. I I , I ft
I I; .... .. ... 11
i. iv - . v hi.,, in., in
Mr. and Mrs. .1 W. Dolln . ,
W? . I.. .. t m A I