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Stripping and handling tobacco if
the order oi the day.
Fred Brown, of Crayne, was thro'
tbis neighborhood last wock looking
up the boys who owe Dr. Cook.
Tom Cochran has bought out Jake
Oridcr and Jake and Mis Sallic will
leave for Mississippi the first of
J. N. Hill, or Crayne, is having
serious trouble w:th rheuniatism.
He has been suffering with it for
fiTO months and still ho is not able
to bo up
.lames Fowler and family are on
the puny list. Bad colds.
Uncle .Toff Yandell, who is about
tho oldest landmark in this neighborhood,
is having good health.
Mrs. Jefferson Yandell is in bad
T have a sow and eight shoats for
sale, Oc a pound all round W. II.
W. G. Conditt, of Dean's, was in
this beat Saturday and attended the
funeral of W. W. Stovall.
Mr. Stovall was burried at Chapel
Hill cemetery Saturday. Brother
Thompson and Bro, John A. Hunt
conducted the funeral service", a big
crowd being present to take a last
farewell of Brn. Stovall. Mr. Stovall
wassxy five years old in March.
He was a devoted mm to his family,
a good father, alwavs had a pleasant
word for hi children. Tncle Buck"
as we a'l called him was a good man
and an upright citizn, I have
known hun for thirty years and I al-
ways lounu nun to oc a iru'ni upward
man in nil his How
glad I am I can penc'l down this
about Mr Stovall W II. B.
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lie '. Thompson was called o see
.Mr Stovall Inst week.
Jacob ('rider has sold his farm to i
T. n. Cochran and John Cochran
will live on it,
Dick Cruce wa riding on the
running gear of his wagon and his
foot caught between the brake beam
and a stump, bruising him up considerably.
The stump was uninjured.
W. W. Stovall died Friday and
wb buried at Chapel Hill Saturday.
He had been iu bad health for some
Mat Waddell i nil smiles since
the stork left him a boy. Mother
and baby arc doing well. Also the
itork and the father.
Adams Bros, filled their ice house
w'th fine ice for the first time in
Dr Young and his mother, of
Marion, spent a few days at Mr.
Stovall 's last wock.
Mis Mattic Ferry went to
to visit her I'ncle Dick Mayes
John P. Swansy was through here
last week. He is a candidate but
does not want any man to votu for
Moro rain has fallen hero the past
few days than had fallen siuo last
N'utc Weldon was down on the
river last week delivering his corn
Bill Shrcovcs was here a few days
last week while hunting for the pool
Messrs. J. K. Glass and Oamby
Clifton attended the Lincoln celebration
at Hodgcnsville Friday.
Mrs. T. J. Yates, of Princeton, is
visiting Mrs. T. L. Phillips.
Mrs. W. B. Grove is quite ill of
Miss Taylor, of 1'aducah, visited
friends hero last week.
F. D. Ramagc and V. K. Dycus,
who have been sick for the past two
weeks, arc recovering.
J. A. Groves was at home from
1'aducah a few days last week,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben O'Brien went
to Iuka last Sunday to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Kobt. Savage.
Miss Kthc! Dalton is visiting in
Miss Ina Koon. of Frances, was
the guest of Miss Ada Dycus last
Mrs, M. B. Charlc is convalescing
from a severe attack of la gripp.
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.We are having lots of rain and the
farmers are delivering their tobacco
as fast as possible.
William Clark was buried here
Born to the' wife of Ike Myers,
February", a fine boy.
Kdd Corley, of 111 , has bought
Robert Ncsbits farm and will move
to it shortly.
James Simpson visited W. H. Thur-man
Charley Taylor, of Baker, visited
here last week.
Crosland Murphy and Roy Fritts
went to Illinois last weok.
Erank Newcomb will begin school
February l.r, at Frcdonia.
Mrs. D. B. Barker is very low
Bob Kasley, ot Henning, Toun.,
visited his fathor first of last week.
Among those were in town Monday,
were A. A., W. B., and J. 0.
Paris, II. Kasley, John. Jesse and
Peroy Watson, John Alvis, Kd and
Thousands of millions
of cans of Royal Baking
Powder have been used
in making bread, biscuit
and cake in this country,
and every housekeeper
using it has rested in perfect confidence
that her food would be light.
sweet, and perfectly wholesome. Royal is a safeguard
against the cheap alum powders which are
trie greatest menacers to health of the present day.
KOYAL IS THE ONLY BAKING POWDEK
MADE FROM KOYAL CRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR
Fred Beard, John Bargor. D. J.
Greeu, T. N. Bracey, S. D. Flanary,
L. J. Daughtcry and Norman Hoover
K. B. Franklin, of Lovtas, was
here last week,
Mrs. Sallio MeMican visitcu her
brother, Norman Hoover Sunday.
Hoy and Ada Belt wero in Doer
Creek neighborhood iaturday and
Mr14. J. W. Martin and children,
Kunico and Oldis of Birch Tree.
Mo., arrived a few days ago to visit
John N. Newcotu left here on last
Friday for Anniston, Mo.
Tho public school at this place
closed on Thursday, Feb. lUth.
Hot air and action never go together
only in a steam engine.
Some of the young folks, of this
part of tho world, will marry when
they got a chance regardless of the
kind of a chance.
'There is hope of a tree, even if
it be cutdown,' so there is hope that
we may write moro next time.
The farmers of this part of Webster
county, arc hauling their tobacco
to Clay and Providence.
James Moses Greer spent part ol
last week with David M. Crowell and
Louis B. Cain, of near Wostoti.
Ruby Chandler is visiting her
grandfather, Charles W. Allen, near
Tradewaler, Criuendcn county, Ky.
Mr. Kditor; With the hope that
the readers of tho Rkcouh.Phkns
may be pleased to sco snmethtt g
this we -hall
offer a few "vuibs" for poru.il.
The greatest amount of siok no-
among our people at present i
while there arc quite a number
of eases of the so-called la gripp.
There are nouo serious,
Darias B. Camahn, who has been
afflicted with a foot and leg trouble
for several months, is improving and
it is hoped that he will be able to
attend to business again in the near
Fcbuary is the shortest month in
he year, but with all of that it ha
all sorts of da, rainy days, cold
days, fair-days, cloudy-days,
holidays, St. Valintine da
and incidentally ground-hog day.
Two prospective candidates. Phil
H. Debcc and Joseph L Chandler,
from the Crittenden county hills,
were over on the Webster county
side of Tradewater recently electioneering
among our Webster county
voters. Deboo is a candidate for
jailer, of Crittenden county, while
Chandler is a candidate tor assessor
of the same oounty. The boys seem
to be very jubilant and think their
prospects arc good for tic nominations
for their respective offices.
High School Oratorical Contest.
On Mon evening, Feb. 22nd, the
High School Oaatorical Contest will
take place at tho School Auditorium,
Kxcellsnt orations ou a variety of
topics have been prepared, and the
speakers are rehearsing daily. Music
for the occasion will be furnished by
a chorus cell cted from the Primary
department. Tho contestants and
their subjeots arc. Liberty the
Greatest of all Memorials, Bculah
Conyor; Our Second Washington,
Fredda Pickens, America Victorious,
Mary Coffield; The Middle West,
Marian Clement; Kentuoky, Past,
Prtsentajd Future, Orlm Moore
This contest promircs to bo au ex
siting one as the speakers are able,
snd all are working hard to win the
medal. The public is urged to show
its appreciation ol the r efforts by
ouig present at the contest
! God Bless You.
, l seek in prayerful words, dear
I My heart's true wish to send you,
That you may know that, far or near,
I My loving thoughts attend you.
I I cannot find a truor word,
UiiL. .4iAr j& m;.j,; ts
Nor fondor to caress you,
Nor song nor poem I have hoard
Is sweoter than God bless you.
God bless you! so I've wished you all
Of brightness life possesses,
For can any joy at all
Be thine, unless (Jod blesses?
vtod bless ou! so I breathe a charm,
I. est grief's dark night oppress
For how can sorrow bring you harm
If 'tis God's, way to bless you.
And so ' through all the days
May tho shadows touch thee never
But this alone God bless
art thou safe forever.
Marion Graded School celnbratcd
tbo one hundredth birthday anniversary
of Abraham Lincoln last Friday,
by appropriate oxorcisos in the morn
ing, and by declaring the afternoon a
holiday. At tho morning chapel
tho following program was
Song, America, School. Prayer,
Rev. Miller, Song, Columbia The
Gem of The Ocean, Sohool , Two hundred
Quotions from speeches of
Lincoln, Pupils of all tho grades,
Recitation, Dulcir Travis, Song,
four girls from fourth grdo; Recitation,
Mario Clark, Recitation, "O
why should the Spirit of Mortal be
Proud," Hazel Pollard, Song, girls
of fifth grade. Recitation, "Was
Lincoln a king?" Wilson Woods,
Recitation, Joyce Adams. Song, girls
of eighth grade, Recitation, George
Rankin, Recitation, Captain My
Captain,' Annie Hayne, Song.
'My Old Kentucky Home School ,
Addre. Rev Miller
F. W, NUNN
Suit" 3, I Beehive Block
All work guarantor! If an
work proves unsatinfuetory. pl'
oat! at mv office at once
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
LOSr, STRAYED OK STOLEN.
Ono red femile bird dou. white
broist ami feet. Brass brads ip loath
er cillar, answers In name "Qucn
Will piy for her return Missing
since Thursday niirht.
Letter From W. J. Hill.
Mr. Kd'tor: I see somo papers
advertising a mcctinc in town, Fob.
lfith, 1009. Headed with the "Unpardonable
sin," and six questions
1st, Wbcro is hell, and what is
Ans. Hell is where the rich man
is, and where men po who do not repent,
"In hell be lifted np his eyes,
being in torment" Lcko lf: 23. and
what is it to be barred from tho
presence of all that is pood and
knowing that you havn no chance to
be cood. Read 27th and 28th verses
of Luke the Ifith chapter
2nd. Are tho Christian dead in
Heaven? No. And will wn know
caoh other Micro? Ye. We will
know as wo aro known. Will Jesus
enme back to this earth in person?
Yes If so. when? Buinf thatday
knowpth no man, no, not tho Angels
in Heaven, but iny Father only
Math. 24- .'(;. Now Mr. I'M i tor t !
thinu i". are wp all ready lor his
(lining ? He will come ns lie wcni
anil when he had epoken llu( ili'mg
ihev beheld, lie ivm tiikin up
anil u cloud received llmi nut ol
their sight, nnd while ihey looked
steadfastly inward Heaven as ho
wont up, behold two men stood by
them in while append, which also
said '"ye men of Galileo, why stand
ye gazing up into Heaven? This
game Jesus whioh is taken up from
you into Heaven, shall so como in
like manner as ye have socn him go
into Heaven, Acts 1: 9. 10, 11.
Success to tho meeting, and good
will to all mon. W. J. Hll.l.,
OinK" 0owi"K Ylac"'10 '"
tho best in the world, runs light,
sows right and last a life time. Go
to their otllct on Carlisle street ho
low the Farmors' Bank, Marion, Ky.,
look at the Singer and Wheeler &
Wilson, makes III. 00 down buy any
of them balance on easy monthly
payments. Good nccotid hand machines
for sale Kt.OO and up, guaranteed
to givo satisfaction. Best
sowing machine Oil, Needles, Bands
and Repairs for all makes of suwing
machines. Office open all the time.
Cill and soo tho now Darning attachment,
works on all look stich.
3(5 It Gro Roiunhos, Agt,
Vo are reliably informed that Mr.
Amos Hunt, who lives in McCrackcn
county, near tho Billard county line,
:arricd his crop of tobacco to
loose leaf warehouso at
T'here it was sold to tho hiuheit
bidder, but Mi. Hunt rejected tho
sale, reloaded his tobicco, carried it
to M M. Tucker, who is an Association
ptizer. ami who valued the to.
barco at ?S J0, tl 00 and M 00.
advanced him 00 per eout ou this
valuation, which only lacked $5.00
of nritinir him a ttineh tamifV n h
would have received for th crop, if
be had Int his tobacco fo at tho
price bid for it at tli lnoc leaf alp.
Is there anv nam) of comment on
tbi" transaction? A treat many
people hate to be hown, and a few
oann like this will tpoch the tobacco
irrowers wh" to do for their own
interest,- Ronton Tribune-Democrat.
Thrnn Nnllons Pay
llmnarjr! to Lincoln.
Sprincfield, III., Feb. 12. Amid
a eeene of unrivaled tirilllaney at the
state nrtuorv tnnicht. where thousands
of electric lights shed their dx.
zlinc illumination upon the most
artistic array of national colors
poinsettias and portraits of Lincoln,
thrco nations piid their tributes to
the enuneipntor, and to each other.
French Auihaadnr .1 u s e r a n d
brought a tnesiic from Franc ,
British Amhasador Brvce theetiloiry
of Kngland, while William .1 Brvan,
of Nebraska, and United State Sen
ator Jonathan P Dnlliver. of Iowa,
laid America's wreath of respect at
the feet of Lincoln. This was a fit
tine climax for tho remarkable all-day
calobration wl ich took the
guests above and two score
of others through the old Lincoln
home, past the old court house,
where Lincoln had practiced law, by
the huildint: where his office had
been located, to the old church where
Lincoln worshipped, and where his
name yet appear upon the pew he
occup'ed, and the buna' place of the
A nice big line of Harness
to select from. T. F. Clip,
The railed L'aiT
Tint mighty unfair trick of killing
tho fatted calf for the prodigal
emm 1 more family rows than :m.
thing nlso on cnrili except the ilivi
son of father's nionoy. Atehinni
Jury llnx Is Full in
Tim (,'uiip iir Trial.
Nashvilln, Term. IV. 12.- IL.nl.
ly had tho jury been eninpleied in
dm in I he tri'il uwmiiiisI C1 )uiie.in
It, Cooper, Robin Cooper and .lolwi
I) Sluirpc then the slain nerved no
tice tint it uiiirhl seek to aiiiiin de
pleie tlm box. The competency of
the jurors mil ho tested tnmoirow.
Two car loads of American
Field Fence at a low price
T F. Clif, Fredonia, Ky.
A Card to The Public.
As the timo for tho Primary in
oloso at hand I fear 1 vill not be
ablo to soo all tho voters and 1 take
this method of asking the voto and
influence of ovory republican in the
county. 1 am a oandidato for the
offico of Assessor and as you all
know 1 have seldom been a candidate
before, but always a toller in tho
rank. 1 have been a life long Republican
and mv ancestors wore before
me and if this merits your votC
I shall appreciate it.
(Jo to tho primary, March l.'lth,
and cast your vote foi youis truly,
W. II. Oriiwat.
white Swaps at Carml.
Carnu, 111., Feb. A flock or
white swans is wintering near thii
city and has been ecn by a number
of farmers. The birds feea on witer
wheat and are very wild. Thre are
about thirty-five in the flock
A farm of 12 1 acres, two ratios
from Salem on the Simthland road,
!U acres in white oak timber, balance
in grass. Plenty of stock water
springs and creek, mineral vein lo
cted by state geologist. Box house
two rooms, log stable. Possession
any time before April I.
.. T. Cobb.
I t p Salem. Ky
Devotional Mectlnq lo lie Held ot
The M. I! Church, Feb.
Loadei Miss Mareia King,
Invitation to all crme and enlist
in the Mactor's service.
Soni; and Prayer service.
Responsive Readings, p 10-22,
Prayer followed by Song.
Subject: "The condition ol our
Reading of Scripture lesson, St.
John If. IS, Malt, IU- 21-27.
Reading of References.
Snni; Duet, by Miss Pearl Doss
and W. L. Shell.
(Jeneral Discussion of Topics, Rev,
.1. R. Adams.
We arc closing out Grates,
Heating stoves, etc., to make
room for spring goods. Call
and see us, T. F. Clip.
Painfully Wciand by Pistol.
Ross Cox, the son of
Mrs. Frank Cox, of Nebo, was painfully
wounded whilo playing wilh a
losded pictol Tuesday, the bullet
penetrating his thigh. Tho wound
is very painful but is not considered
serious. ---M ad isnnvillc Hustler.
A Word ot Announcement.
To tho voters of Crittenden
Owing to my health and bad
weather, I shall not be able to aco
the people of Crittenden county in
person and 1 take this method
through the jolumns of the
to say that most of the people
in the. county know me, or know of
me, if not persooallv by name and
by the older set who has stood shoulder
to shoulder with the Republican
party for sixty years, and I hute
never asked for any office, not claim
ini: any worth of merit within myself
Imii honesy, and sincerely come be
fore the people of Crittenden county
as a life long Republican of
ean for their decision us a eiindid
ate for the nflien of Jailer of your
county, and I earnestly solicit your
voto and inlliionce at the Republican
Primary election. Miireh lath, lM'J,
and if you see fit to tondcr me the
nomination I shall endeavor to honestly
secure tho office nf jailer at the
coming November election.
John M. Fiutth.