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PAGE EIGHT CRITTENDEN RECORD-PRESS, APRIL 15th 1H J
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Sunday, April 4th, Franklin Stinnett
and Miss Delia Hornback were united
in marriage at home of the bride ne a
town. Rev. Henry officiating.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Jeffords,
a fine boy.
Mrs. Sam Shelby, of near Salem,
made a flying trip to our town Wednesday.
James Glenn, of Kuttawa, was in
town one day recently.
Mrs. C. H. Richards has returned
from Tennessee, where she spent some
time with relatives.
Charlie Cassiday and Miss Jessie
Padon went to Kuttawa Friday.
Mrs. Fannie Charles, who spent several
weeks here with her children, has
gone to Calvert City to visit her daughter,
Mrs. A. A. Mvrick.
Clyde Boaz went to Salem Friday.
Sames Baldwin, of Sikeston, Mo.,
was here last week
Mrs. Sallie Robbinson was in town
Saturday calling on friends.
H. B. Wolfe, D. D. S., of Salem, is
here in the pratice of his profession.
Mesdames Wadhngton. Dalton and
Miss Essie Whitt went to Paducah
Edgie Greory, of Tiline. is visiting
Mrs. Noah Duncan is quite ill at her
home near this city.
Dr. Bailey, of Fredonia, passed
through this place Thursday.
Prof. J. R. Glass went to Glenn's
Chapel Sunday to assist in the Easter
Dick Champien, of Tolu, and Mrs.
Maggie Koon, of Frances, attended
church here Sunday.
Mrs. Sue Dobson, of Fredonia, visit
ed friends here Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. Elmore, of Louisville, and Mist
Georgie Boaz, of Fredonia, visited their
aunt, Mrs. Owen Boaz, Tuesday.
Robt. Flanary, of Marion, was in our
town one day last week.
Miss Minnie Cassidy, of Eddyville, is
the guest of her sisters, Mesdames J.
M. Groves and Carl Glenn.
Muss Nettie Brasner, of Tiline, visited
Z'A a Leon Yancey Tuesday.
Mr Will Wadlington and children,
of Kuttawa, were here visiting relatives
Those on the sick list are Miss Roberta
Clifton, Messrs. P. K. Cooksey,
J. C. Griffin and F. B. Dycus.
Miss Ada Dycus is spending the week
with friends in the country.
Miss Rhea Cooksey, who is attending
school at St. Vincont, came home
to spend Easter.
Mrs. Charles Brasher, of Tiline, was
the guest of her father, G. M. Yancey,
John Bradshaw, of Eddyville, was
here Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Jennie Vosler is visiting her
children in Paducah and La Center.
Mrs. Fannie Harp, who has been
quite ill for some time, is improving.
yep v , tin a k''hXs jT aWJs all)! tnt
X Opossum Ridge. ;
i)zz HSKaaan:;8aaafcsK, p'n'a' a n
Gale Ford was in Marion Monday.
Willie and Dorothy Tnii t, of this
place, was in Clav Surdity usi'ing
Walter Hugh s wan in Mattoon Saturday.
Sim j i from her a'tendnd the musical
a the homi .l Dexter Paim 1
Frid a night.
C. M. Clift, I. N. Wofford, Aaron
James, Will Alvis and Lee Rankin
were in Marion Monday.
The farmers are taking advantage of
the fine weather we are having by
breaking their land and fixing fences.
Mrs. C. M. Clift was in Mattoon
Sunday visiting relatives.
James Barnes and family, of Tolu,
were the guests of T. N. WofTord and
Mise Mint Dflniel and Edith Crisp,
of Mt. Zion. were the guests of Miss
Dorothy Truitt Wednesday.
Roe WofTord was. in Marion Monday.
W. B. Wilborn was summoned to
appear before court at Paducah this
j Chapel Hill, j
Mrs. Tinnie Bebout, wife of Everett
Bebout, died at her home near Tolu
April 1, 1909, after a lingering illness.
The funeral service was conducted at
this place by Rev. A. J. Thompson
Friday afternoon, and the remains
were laid to rest in the Chapel Hill
cemetery to await the dawn of the
Mrs. Bebout was a ki.id and loving
wife and loving wife and mother and
a devoted christian. She leaves a husband
and five children, the youngest
being a babe; a father,
mother, four sisters, a brother and a
host of friends.
Al Adams and wife were the guests
of H. S. Hill's family Sunday.
W. W. Ward bought a fine Jersey
cow and calf from Frank Deboe last
R. M. Franks, of Silver Heights,
was called into our midst Saturday on
account of the serious illness of Mr.
Esie Clement's cow.
Jefferson Yandell is still confined to
his bed and is very feeble.
Look out for another weddintr don't
ask me who.'
Miss Ruby Blgham has been sick for
several days with the grip.
Crayne is on a boom, growing in
population and business. She has two
general merchandise store", two blacksmith
shops and a millinery store which
is opening up a fine assortment of hats
and laces and ribbons, all in the latest
styles, and prices to suit all.
James Alexandor Hill, P. M. Ward
and Misses Willie and Kittie Clement
attended presbytery at Sturgis last
Francis Daniel and wife, who are
visiting friends in this precinct, will go
to housekeeping in Marion Mondav.
William Fowler, of Marion, passed
through our neighborhood Wednesday
on his -ay to see his son Jimmy.
Billy likes the country breezes and the
mellodious songs of the sportive Irog.
Guy Lofton and Tom Fowler, of near
Fords Ferry, were the guests of W.
H. Bigham and family Wednesday.
Mrs. Clement 'h fine two-year-old
mare kicked the bucket Wednesday.
Eura H. Riirham bcuirrt a fine milk
cow and calf from Cha li Byrd, of
Fredunia, for 535.
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Some corn riant d.
Mr. T. A Hnrpfi'iMwr is on (ho
The fruit is dimigcd -am" !. the
fr.Mt of Ut
Tne f.trnnrs 'viv a g I a'.at i'iU
Plenty of 'it i-,')0 i in' r.
i crop wi'l be plun l
The most highly refined and healthful
of baking powders. Its constant use
in almost every American household,
its sales all over the world, attest its
wonderful popularity end usefulness.
any way? We knew a man once who ' Sunday.
had a good coon dog named Ananias.
We were glad to meet our old friend
returncd from New Mexico, having
spent the winter out there.
John Caperton is our fisherman. He
caught one last week tipped the beam
at 10 pounds.
Ayers Howard, of Eammtus, returned
to his home in Colorado, accompanied
by his brother Ben, also Herbert
Kirk and Edward Massey.
Joseph Parker and wife, of Livingston
county, visited relatives in this
Norval White, of Green's Ferry, visited
his mother last week.
Will Davenport and wife, of Salem,
were guests of relatives in this section
Bev. Carl Boucher preached at New
Salem first Sunday night. Come again
We try faithfully to send all the local
news of our section to the Record-Pres-.
If anything is missed it is because
we fail to know it, and we say
if jou want to read the iteim from
New Salem it is all O. K., and if not,
there is nothing compells you to do so:
Bring nur chickens and eggs to
Morris & Yates and get the highest
market pi ices.
Ji.l.n !.. Wood and Rohcrl E. Tot
p" vieip in Ma: ion Monday,
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George W. Kemp and lit t la o' Al- 3
bert, of Crejwoll. wuro in till ioctlon
Mr. Robinson, of Dean, passed thro'
here Monday n lit w&y to Madison-ville.
. Samuel D. Asher, a hustling farmer
. of EuHt Crittenden, was in Marion
The Modern Woodmen arj well
ganized at this place.
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S. D. Asher and wife were in Providence
last week, Geo. Hudson, who has just, Ben Drennan and wile and Miss Al
pha Kemq were at church here Sunday
The Baptist Sunday school every
Sunday evening at 3 o'clock. At the
Methodist church in the morning at
9: 30 o'clock.
MAKE IT YOUHSFLF.
Says many persons Here Can Be Marie
Happy Again By Uing It.
There is so much Rheumatism here
in our neighborhood now that th following
advice will be highly appreciated
by those who suffer:
Get from any godd pharmacv one
half oun.e Fluid Extract
one ounce Compound Knrgnn. throe
ounces of Compound Syrup
Shake these well in a bottle and
take in teasponnfull doses after eacl
meal and at bedtime; also drink plenty
of good wnter.
It is claimed that there are few victims
of this dread ami torturom disease
who will fail to find ready relief
in this aimple home-made mixture, ami
in most cases a permanent cure is the
This simple recipe iHsnld o strengthen
and cleanse the elimininive WsiM's
of the Kidneys so that thv en fil'er
nnd strain from the blood a'd system
th poisons, ncid and waste matter,
which cause not only Rheumatism, hut
numerous other diser.ses. Every inn"
or woman here who feels that th ir
kidnej s are not health v nnd tu'live,
who suffers from anv iiricnry tro b i
i whatever, should not hwiiatc to nv.kt
I up this mixture, as it h certain to .
' much good, and inav s.ve you fn n
much miser and suffetWK
Kt meih are very busy preparing f r Our home druggists say thu nl e.t
i ei upply tho ingredien'B r rn'
I tiicscriiition readv to take if u" r
I Pierce is teaching sing-1 ora m t)ern y0
jin schools at Hood's ami at BIpc' ....
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The fnrimTH buny i r aring f i
Jack Bake, anil fmll, of Marion,
were the giiBaUt of Geor'' Ruber
Clnra Crider nient last uoek nr Va-
rion with her grundfathsr, Tom C'u
Charlie Ncwbell and wife weiil to
Misa Bessie Fox beai it three Hilldale Sunday.
months school at this placi Monday. Several Deonle of this nluce went o
Elder J. W. Tally preached tin excel-' Copper Springs Sunday.
Farmers a'e but plo.ving.
J. has ome curn planted.
Eugene Clark has purchased n fine
jennntt for a stddler.
J. 0. Dixon
Mrs. Tom Lar, of Tolu, is visiting
her daughter, Mr. Jose Hammond.
J. Stone has roslgndd as a memlwr
of the campmeeting committee.
Lonnie McGrew is visiting his parents
Mrs. M.nt has a nice line of hats
vate a farm near Shawneetown.
Mrs! R. M. Franks was buiriid at
Bevel Bozzell Hnd family were guests'
at Joe Moon's Sunday.
BUGGY !! 1
It Is An IS
And Has R
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COME AND SEE IT BEFORE YOU BUY,
For Sale By
OLIVE & WALKER
John Harpcnding, of Crittenden Spr.
was the guest of his father's famiyl
Henry Brouster spent part of last
week near Paducah.
Miss Edith Beard vssited relatives at
Eammeus last week.
Some men arc raising about
names. What is there in a name,
lent sermon at the Baptist church Sun-1
day afternoon. '
Frank and Flojd who1
have been sick for several da, aro
we are glad to report, better. j
Miss Mary Towcry U j regressing ,
nicely with her school at Lamb.
Bro. K. C. Love w ill preach at the '
Methodist church next Saturday and
Wiiimm iiini, ru t f Blackford
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HURRICANE ""! ' inrrjii place
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Clevoland w. 1 1 to .Marion
Siit'irtlay. returning Sunday.
Clyde utnl mh'Ii Dilkml awl Kichie
Tlmrmwi vi iuil rln(iv in
While rollintr logs lust Wttinemlay
was down on his farm Will Crider got one of hi hands caught
'between tin ami ijfvoroly injure!
James Wi-l, Will i ruler, Tom Mc-
Kin! and Albert Clark attended the
countv at Ct nyn Thursday.
Claude WcKnlson, who is attending
chnl at Dixon, was at home with his
Alvin Mayes and wife were guests of
J. I'. Vlck and family, of Clay one day
, ... , , , ... ... i What has become of our R. F. D
James Kirk and hi sons will ,..,fl ... .. . ,. .
propos'tioni scorns that it has gone
dead again. We say push the thing
alonir. There is nothing we need so
much in this neighborhood, unless it is
a rural telephone
Now a word in regard to ihu tobacco
situation. Some say they re goirir to
Third quarterly mteting will Imi held i prxl in 'he Union, others say
at Hurricane for rth Saturday and Sun-1 ,n,'v hru K"ing to pool in the Stem- i
day. Basket dinner Saturday E en i '"' K 'u,,"i:"',"'. nJ "till others say
. t won't ,HnInr where. It is not
1 fr ii to sit where nu pK)l jour
Mrs. E. B tone and granddaughter 'ncci. w everv one to pool
were in Marion sin p inir Monday. " n w'' te r, if i.nn't. it will not
I ' rtr r,ntil we will bsck in the
" "line t,U iu, and 'ntcad of getting
:-:":--:-'-i":-!"i"!-.--x-." In m $10 down lo we will be get-
X " , ting M. $2 and a cuiir, and will have
, Ah'h'L.iiLr I ii. ! to give them the tmsh to get them to
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S. A. Xunn is "t ih v'wU Hat
I' ' i w ' iiiftmi ljie ttunts
Mrs. A'lnl ne Tiidir' (lm ci.w " ' n I' mn i.J our rend-ed
into the gint ue ctd rn dav hict -'T' it i on know
week, 1 1 o Ri cord Pre
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