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Mi Maine Marrti visited Mr.
vVilma Belt Wednesday. 1
Several attended the birthdaj
dinner at Mr. KoDertson's Wcdnc. J
Miss Florence Lewis, of Uhapcl
Hill, is visiting her sister," Mr-
Uora Walker, at Critt. Springs,
Lester Clark is wearing a broad
smile over his new girl.
Kdwin Shewmaker, of Princeton
is visiting his mother near this
Mrs. Franks is visiting her daughter.
Mrs. .John Harpcnding at the
Crittenden Springs Hotel.
Miss Nona Horning and Klva
visited Mils Willie Martin
Miss Kstclla Dobson'has been on
the sick list, but is rpportcd better.
Look out for a wedding soon.
Jackson Winder-, of the Colon,
passed through this part Fridav.
Some of our sunscribers have .pot
paid us arrears Some, have not paid
renewal. In order to induce them
to pay before they get busy with :
heir crops We wj'l give, to the1
firt TiO who pays n subscription",
IN Al'till., free one year "The Farm -i
Helper Magazine," published a
(Jrreni!H'tle, Ind, j
TlIK (JRITTKNIIKV H PllKS.
Miss Et' el Walker is spending
week in Blackford. I
Mt D.i'H Revel, of
... Mr 1. A. f 11.
M, K iivn" went to Ne4.o i''
his iib:iefi Ia- week.
Sunr Strove unday rrnr
ganiz d !at .F.unday with HowUnl
''hillips sup rintendeni ; Ishiii Morse.
eerctary; Mrs. Agnes Drennan.
hnir leader and Miss Ro-a Walker,
Mr. Albert McUen. who lives
j near Sugar Grove church, went to
Louisville last week and was
ted on for appendicitis. Her
is very serious.
Tho farmor arc veiy busy.
PLEASANT HILL. ,
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Tli singing i-i' till tjlti
pro res at this pUBe with Guotgo,
Oan as teacher.
John Terrell has returned from
Zu .rt. iti'k -
Webier s-"l II 'In 'nni,
III . In r he It- i.ii ! V
Spring i -'"I tb fa'ter are
.busy plaHihig gdn - x iii ''fparinrf
for a ""P-
Jim Travis au.i,.lolin Terrell went
to Marion Saturday night.
Ask Lcti ('lark if he ever bought
Lewis Cla'rk would like to become
acquainted with a certain young
lady in this part. Wjll some one
help him out?
Sunday school every Sunday.
Preaching second and fourth Sun-
days at Pleasant Hill rith Rev. J.
R. Clark as pastor.
Fire Woke out Sunday evening
from Will Massey and Tom Paris'
new ground. Dp to date the damage
I is not Inown.
Rev. J. R, Clark, o' Piney, was
back viewing his old stamping
grounds Sunday. i
F. 1. Crider and wife are on the
sick "list this week.
Mr. Kdttor, will a night rider
ever get Jo heaven? What docs the
Bible- say about him that gocth as
a thief in the night? This can be
answered by any reader of the Record-Press
who wishes to do o.
f The above question is one on
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WUIUII VIIUUIU IH II- VIJMU liui uni
differ. We can't say juf where the
night rider goes when he dies in
fact, we arc more concrrned a to
where he goes HKKoltR UK J.KAVKB
THf wrmi.'i. "devil "
Success to the Record-Press and
Miss Matiie Merry will te;ieb a
spring school a ibis place bginnim.
Sunday school ewry Simh1m Ii"-noon
at l o'clock.
Smith Neweom moved in ih 1'nnii
he putchaed near Sullivan A- Intt
J. P. C nrl went to Dixon
day liit e'k nn
Th.ini.... win tnaki a crop
with Hob Ford i iiiP your.
Tho singing :' Willie
Sunday night wis wii mtvi.iied ami
enjoyed by all.
William Ariiack ait.d Elmer (rin.j
are openjtig Imim' bteii tieir
jfaiui', which will give u iinilei from
this neighborhood to Niuuip, "
will be eppneiated by all. :
Rev. R. C. Love (idled hi regular
'ppointrnent at fotmli
'U- v, uioil'i hie to
v ' ' t. u r It'rt, Hind
does not live
' 'r vH in Webster
eiiit in almost hollering
f It acl f.rd ourselves.
I'r I nil' i. x' ilonr neigh
A "''..l f K'reiric Light
i r t Rrfi'wn -i,(i TVIrjihnne Sup
ilir '"'tifiU n Hnlifi.
Pon't fail nil for latest Call-Intuit
JHS. flflrk Jr., FlPHtflC ComOSHy,
:;i:t.H jninSi. Uuisville, K3,
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Infant child of Clem Morgan, of
Sikoston, Mo., was I rought here for!
burial last week. !
George McKinnoy and family, of
near Berry's Ferry, visited relatives
and friends here last weok.
Virgil Ihrclkeld is on crutches on
account of having split his too with
Mrs. Fdnn Davidson visited in Salem
a few' days last week.
Jv H'. Carter visitel h.s children ncaP
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APRIL 8th, lMf
AGE LIGHT CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS,
Opossum Ridge. J
Frank Smith nd Gale Ford pod-died
out a big load of fish between
here and Marion Saturday.
Quite a number of persons attended
the singing at T. N. Wofford's
Aaron James went to Marion
County Purveyor Sullenger and
Al Dean divided up the Truitt estate
among its heir Monday and Tuc-day.
Mrs. Sherman Ford is on the
C. M. Chft is having hi house
Henry Truitt was in Marion Tuesday.
v Frank Smith caught a 74-pound
fish in the river Thursday.
Miss Mattie Hughes was the cue'
of Miss Dorothy Truitt ednesday.
The vord's Ferry post office will
begin iMiiiji: money order for the
use of its patrons in the near future.
We are indebted to Postmaster M.
C.Sruart for the intYoduction of
Words To Freeze The Soul.
"Your son has .consumption? His
case is hopeless. ", These appalling
worns were spoken to (Jeo. E. Blevens,
a leading merchant tf Springfield, N.
C. by two expert doctors one a lung
specialist. Then was shown the wonderful
power of -Dr. 'king's New Discovery.
"After tKree weeks use,"
writes Mr. Blevens, "he was as well as
ever. I would uot take all the money,
in the world foe what it did for mv
boy." Infallible for Coughs and Colds,
its the safest, surest cure of desperate
Lung diseases on earth. 50c. and $1.00
Guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle
free. Haynes & Taylor, and J. H.
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Fine weather for work.
Preaching here last Sunday.
Otto Woodall's child has been 1ck
R. C. Rarr has a fine trio of young
Thorna Blackburn'? t o ,b a c e n
brought him a fine price and In
received a check in full.
W. H. Hunt and family visited
relatives near Marion Sstii'dav.
A drummer was herc'Fridav TM
has heennie a husinewfl place,
Fri"l M'in' f Pienin fli'l ":
From all npear,incp Cravpe
Sunda 'a preifeh'iig 'lav
.1. W. V.ughn, pastor
Sbbath ehnol heie evir
afternoon nt H oVIoek. ' L K .lei.'
M A Mill m. Kfi...
TeUel h.i.I fim, &, .Ml- .,.
Sti.vall ii'l ' l s iii out ,ifi i
Thomason have goif to the state of
Talaatgc Hill visited over in the
Pine? vicihy Sunday.
Press Blackburn, of Ruth, was
ecre on busines Tuaaday.
Col. Parr wants to fade his buggy
for one widt enough for two.
Look out, ladies.
In to Brn. Jiiah Conger'
ciucstion we would av it ww. the
band of officers and Pharibccs who
came with lanterns ami torches and
weapons to arrest Jesus, that fell
back to the ground. Tbcy could
not stand before the Holy One of
God, and, except that Jesus himself
"suffered it to be so," they
could never so much as laid a hand
on the Son of God.
Rev. R. M. Franks attended church
We are just getting over an epi'
demic of grip,
Mrs. Dei Clement, of Ford's
Ferry, is visiting Mrs. Newton
Elmer Tate, of Nebraska, is working
for Frank Adams.
Davi Cridcr and family moved
over beyond Pincy Fork Monday.
Mi Lilian Vounc was called
home from her Uncle Pres Ford
on account of her grandmother's
Alvin Duffy wi'I live in the house
fermerlv occupied by Davis Crider.
Mat Waddcll wa in the View
section last week swapping horse.
Dick Crucc i putting ip the
finest chicken house of our section.
It is 10X60 feet.
Watson Rice moved into his new
house lat week. It is one of the
bet in our section.
Mr. Prnwcll, the overseer on the
section of foad between here and
Marion, deserves lots of Credit for
rocking the places that get bad ev.
Several left here last week for
Washington to make it their homes
in the future.
Jame Barnes and family, of Tolu.
were viiting Newt. Weldon's a few
davs last week inspecting some land,
John Hughes and his sister, Minnie
Paris, will leave for the. West in
a few davs to take up land,
Frnk Adams has been selling
onie nice h'ekory timber to Savre
Firm era are busy,
Wilhan Hobcrtson is confined to
'i- hnd w'tli grip.
Mii-s Hilda Ljnn and little sister
ildrd visited M'ss Klella Dobson
flirdn . V.
()inial Lvnn has been sick but is
Tin- at Klli Martin'1' was
' 4iiended and enjoved by all.
Mr and Mrs Truitt, o' Marion,
Mr., Dobson WeJneiday.
Ford, of Mioun,. s
hr daughter. Mf-. Luniiiia
.I'.Iim' II .mi. of To' ii. uticniled 1 1..
rri i -1 e 9 1 unidav oigl f
rVbm their most healthful
propertie, give ROYAL its
and principal ingredient
It is economy to use Royal Baking Powder.
It saves labor, health and money.
Where the best food is required no other
baking powder or leavening agent can take the
place or do the work of Royal Baking Powder.
i Kay Fnrme i improving and expect
to go to Inn father "h. near Repion,
Dr. Fox nrnl wify visited roliitivcy
neitr Shady Orovo Inst week.
Our road overseer did sonu' rckmI
WQrk on Mnrion and Snlem road lately,
beating rock in the holes. This followed
up n few years will grade thr
placet most likely to leeom mud bolen
and so greatly improve our roans at a
small cost. Is it not worth following
up by all aur road overseen? Vour
reporter travels the public roads in
various sections, and has observed
that "distinguished" mud holes of
long-standing that have thus been
treatH are now the best places during
Duke Losing Out.
New York, April ft, Change in
the personnel of the respective board
of .tames li. Duke's fl IS. 000, 0110
American Tobacco Company and the
I $120,000,00(1 American Cigar Com
pany yesterdav gave rise to a report
that control of these properties win
as passing to Thomas F. Ryan and
the group ui
"'i01!''"" "iianciers. .'ir. I'titB
hnii'elf was paid in he on the verge
of retiremetit to tlio management 6f
cotton power preporties in the
Hring your chickens and eggs to
Morris Yatea and get the highest
I1 market prices.
The stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrr. John W. Hutchcn in
I.nuisil'e Sunday and left them a
flue boy. Mrs. Huchen is a
,cr of Mr' ,,0!,h Taj'r of this city.
- Morgmficld Sun.
Sired by r.ressenc:cr Chief 1825: 1st Dam Rose fc
j' Chief, and is a brother to thirty in. the 2:30 list.
MESSENGER is a dark bay with black points, 16 FT
4t. hands high, weight 1150 pounds. High action and tZ
. lots of speed. i
JOE GLOVER 'X
.ft, Sired by Trader, he by Tradewind; 1st Dam
ER is tliree years old, 15 1
i)ine(j saddle and harness
These well-bred studs
nf 10HO clnKIn
k -if rmf ,.-.
-. , wx cu !!,) nuun; 111
- 2 hands high and a com- il
will - each make the season !J
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want a high-bred colt you q
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insure Hvingiolt. If you
1 cannot a I'erd o pass
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