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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 June 1907

t :wilSM CHAPEL HILL. Sonic corn has been plowed over and tobacco ground hilled and ready for transplanting. We will have an average crop in tbi beat. Wheat, meadows and oats are looking fine. The prospects now that we will have plenty of hay and bread for nest year. Dr. Moore and wife, of Marion, were in this sectiou Friday looking for a milk cow. Mr. Don Hodges buried one of his little children at Chapel Hill last Thursday. The thirtieth day of May was set apart for cleaning off our cemetery at Chapel Hill and elect our new officers for another year. A goodly number were present on the We arc having a good tobacco season and the boys are making good use of it. Dr. Dixon, of Marion, was called to sec Mrs. H. S. Hill who is sick. Mrs. John Moore, of Freedom neighborhood, is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. F. Walker. Miss Ruby Bigham, who has been sick with measles, is improving very fast. Mrs. Mary Hill is the guest of her son, H. S. Hill. I still have a good cow and young calf for sal...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 June 1907

pifcwnpsrw. "'fiGiW? -"JF$x t rm t " 'ffv 3 Criffrtrimt MtmthSttm VOL 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 6. 1907. NUMBER I. MORE NIGHT RIDERS CEMETERY ASSOCIATION HONOR ROLL JUDGE J. FLEM GORDON TAYLOR-PICKENS SCHOOL BOND PAID OFF Force Man to Help Destroy His Own Bed of Plants Blood Hounds go to the Place. I'nuceton, Ky., May 27, Satur- j, night, between the hours of 12 , ,a 1 o cloak, about thirty-live mask- . men went to tbo home of Noble i. l.uikon, of near Cobb, and after nj several volleys, ordered him to ne out of his house. The order jv obeyed and it is said Mr. Robin ii was forced to go with the rucn l,ii tobacco bed and participate in destruction. He was given a hoc ,1 told him to get busy, which it is a mod he did. Ml tho men arc said to havo been i-ked, and as a result, Mr. Robin it was unable to recognize any of ' i in "ctcrai nights ago the tobacco .- of Mr. l.co Pollard, and his ten- i ,' were destroyed by night riders, ii it is thought that the samo mcu de...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 June 1907

r M i! s .'' l W" LASHED TO A COW Oakland City Lad Dragged Throogh Lumber Yard Skull Is Fractured. Oakland City, Ind., May :10. Bcnnic Boone, aged nine years, son of William Boone, a well known resident, is lying at the point of death as the result of injuries sustained in an accident here. " The lad was driving a cow to pasture when he decided to tic the rope around his body. He had not been lashed to the cow in this manner long before she became frightened and began to run through Molly Crawford's lumber yard. The boy was thrown violently against a post and lumber stack and his head was badly bruised and his scalp torn away. A piece of the fcalp as large as the hand was torn from his head and he was rendered unconscious. Had the rope not been broken in two it is likely the boy would have been killed outright. Immediately after the accident young Boone was taken to his home and Dr. R. S. Mason was summoned to dress his injuries. There were uo broken bones as far as he could discove...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 June 1907

! I t I m i i r ' S t f i... ,V,...i.,.i. ., '"V ', 4ij;i 'V y,1,,1) ;M w LASHED TO A COW Oakland City Lad Dragged Through Lumber Yard Skull Is Fractured, Oakland City, Ind., May :10. Bcnnic Boone, aged nine years, son of William Boone, a well known resident, is lying at the point of death as the result of injuries sustained in an accident here. " Tho lad was driving a cow to pasture when he decided to tic the rope around his body. He had not been lashed to the cow in this manner long before she became frightened and began to run through Molly Crawford's lumber yard. Tho boy was thrown violently against a post and lumber stack and his head was badly bruised and his scalp torn away. A piece of the pcalp as large as the hand was torn from his head and he was rendered unconscious. Had the rope not been broken in two it is likely the boy would have been killed outright. Immediately after the accident young Boone was taken to his home and Dr. 11. S. Mason was summoned to dress his injuri...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 June 1907

00464hP4064hQi4h(04640444 JL Consumption is less deadly than it used to be. $ Certain relief nnrl nan.ll.. i. 5I - umpieie recovery Q 2 will result from the following treatment: fr i Hope, rest, fresh 0 Emulsion. J ALL DRUGGISTS! DID HIS BEST FOR HIS CHUM But Kentucky Lawyer Gould Not Secure Acquittal 'for His Friend In Arizona, Who was Charged With Murder. li .pkiiisrUlo. Ky.t May SO. Attorney Danny 1. v tli. who wont to I'roaeotl, Ariz., . ml days ago for the pnrpoae of ,,f. tiding hl frlorul and lonuor 1 .iiimto. T. G. Hoaeli, who was I rifoti tlioroon a ahargoof mnnlor, ! .turned. lr Smith was net ueoteful in t.nj,; Mr. Koaeh oil ontirolv, otr . i the mass of vireuMsiaHtinl -..-. Tho vordUt of tUa jury was ,ii.r in the icoond dtgraa, but w tl. a reoontinoiiJation for cletuonty .. n r which It is thought the i: fixod will be vory light. U,i riino for wlnoh Mr. Itoach i(J nviotml was eotuuiittod in tho t wji i.f (.'rown Kinp, Ariz., on Nov. : Mr. Keacli, who has boon i ii drink wh...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 June 1907

4004444444446444444404000 r uiwumpuon is less deadly than it used to be. Certain relief and usually complete recovery will result from the following treatment: 4 Hope, rest, fresh Emu Is ton, ALL DRUGGISTS 44044444444444444464444 DID HIS BEST FOR HIS CHUM But Kentucky Lawyer Gould Not Secure Acquittal 'for Ills Friend In Arizona, Who was Charged With Murder. IIiifikliiBvIllo, Ky., May 80. Com utiwaaltli'fl Attorney Douny 1 who wont to I'roMOtt, Ariz., .. rral days ago for t ho purpose of i fending his frtond and iormor T. (J. Hoaeh, who was in jirmoti tlioroon a charge of murdor, ih returned. Mr Ftnlth was not successful in crtmig Mr. Hoaeh oil entirely, ow n to the tnaas of oirotnnstantial i ner. The vordUt of the jury was ii unirr lu tho sooonil dtgreo, but with a rooomuiondation for clemonty under wliioh it is thought tho son i. nee fixed will bi very light. Thtt orimo for whioh Mr. Hoaeh was cotivlotml was ooiumittcd in tho t wn of Crown King, Arir, on Nov. i 1'Mitl. Mr. Iteaoh,...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 June 1907

I it r s ff gKVTnW jftfw 4ShBtwfS4444V "" 'stfmtf ft V w:ry CCNVS M EErf E3 Every Man is interested in Good Clothes, and has been for many, many years. His greatest trouble it seems to be in getting Style Quality and Satisfaction, For the price he is willing to pay, We Have What You Want. Clothes for Men Clothes for Boys Clothes for Children We Fit and Suit All. tSTfjc Crtttcnbcn Prctciorb S. M. JENKINSIEdaof and Publisher. GEO. M. GRIDER, Associate Editor. Entered as matter June 25th. iSro. at the postoffice at Marion, Kj.. under the Act ot Concreis of March 3rd, 1879 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. Single copies mailed ,os 1 month mailed to any address is " " 1 months .is ' ' " S months .so 1 year ...... 1.00 ' " " S rears 5.00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IF NOT PAID CASH IN ADIASCE, Sinele copies mailed 05 1 month mailed to any address is " " " S months rj '" " " S ?ear 1.50 THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1907. We are authorized to announce R. H. THOMAS a candidate for Assessor, to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 June 1907

g Satisfactory Service ) To everyone in Each Suit is the 5q Result obtained. ) Likewise you will g Indeed appreciate None like the Genuine Bench Tailored JH C and Hand Finished " Sterling Suits" Jgj We also have a large Stock of j EXTRA PANTS ' ) in all sizes, and will 3$ Save You Money ! 3 WL GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES ( AND PLEASE YOU TOO Nunn.dcntUt, Pros Building 'A Itluo was In Princeton Men- K Woldon was in htidyTHle 4'. I H. Jamas was in 1 'uiay. ' . Hippo), of MaJinonvHle, was wn Thursday. M and Mrs, C. S. Nunn loft M . for Cinoinnati, .:ur you will find Kakow Hros. i . . nrtcr for machine oil. M- and Mrs. J. H. Hay, of Fro- w re in llio city Monday. xl m Laura Milos, of I'adueah, Sunday with Miss Lillio Cook. M - Trossio Graham, of Madison-ii tbo guest of Mrs. W, 0. i KIT M' Kou Williams and ohildrou, ' 1 f wdonoe, aro visiting rolativos ' t ity. M Ia Phillips attondod tho I' ration Day excroiscs at K Griffith and C. W. Love at-"i tho District Conference at " i'-i last week. I-.,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 June 1907

t 38 I'i ifl 1 Iv I idsBL ",li3'' smbfiif T """ '",, RHEUMATIS CURED The Circulation Stimulated "Sloan's Address Home Chat. Kvery boj needs u place of lib very own to keep his belongings, and should be allowed to exercise his own ideas in arranging and earing for them. He not only needs this room, but he want it; he may not realize just what he wants, but that want is there. If piible give the boy a whole room to himself; it will be more appreciated than if shared with OUXCT. Any place where the boy can lodge is considered good enough for him: his mother worries because he is not neat and that he has a tendency to spend all his time any place but at home. The mother will plan to give . the daughter a room and have it furnished to suit her fancy, but she feelsfsatisficd that the boy would not' appreciate a neat, pretty room, that is not his nature to do so. Lace, ribbons and cushions will not play tho important part in the boys room that they do in the girl's; he, no doubt, will thin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 June 1907

Cumberland Rlrer Traffic. Tli liupurtnnco of traflio on the iaB'crlnud river is evidenced by uHceinont mado by II. V. ,lu it manufacturer and capitalist, r ail.Jlle. to the cllect that a it will bo built at tho north r tli wharf in that city. This , .Nashville's river front a i uiug appearance, an effect , ,, ,s loon largoly produced by uik' of the Illinois Central ithcrn Ilnilwnv passenger , i freight sheds, The tt i' river depot is) to onablo . t deliver their consign- tUv Meaiiiboat companion at . . instead of having to wait . i .at conies to the , wharf, tv have to do. Livington Badly Mixed Up. , mi Rrown, of Winterton, N. - , .1 very remarkuble experience; Doctors got badly mixed up , . ne snld heart disease; two hidney trouble; the fourth, ..n, andt he fifth, stomach and i le but none of them helped y wife advised trying Electric , w uh are restoring me to per- if One bottle did mo more ,r all the five doctors pre- (lUarantcud to cure blood a ,tkne8 and nil stomach, liver . , ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 6 June 1907

fjm&85SS5mt&Bm Mm EalSSpSpMfl Ap- mmi,iihirriTiTrr''' jfffff i' irJ'WVffteffiw i (1JWW iii.HMViyiiiN ,i j, , CHAPEL HILL. Some com has been plowed over dnd tobacco ground hilled and ready for transplanting. Wo will have an average crop in this beat. Wheat, meadows and oats arc looking fine. The prospects now that we will have plenty of hay and bread for nest year. Dr. Moore and wife, of Marion, were in this section Friday looking for a milk cow. Mr. Don Hodges buried one of his little children at Chapel Hill last Thursday. The thirtieth day of May was set apart for cleaning off our cemetery at Chapel Hill and elect our new officers for another year. A goodly number were present on the occasion. We arc having a good tobacco season and the boys arc making good use of it. Dr. Dixon, of Marion, was called to sec Mrs. II. S. Hill who is sick. Mrs. John Moore, of trccdom neighborhood, is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. F. Walker. Miss Ruby Bigham, who has been sick with measles, is i...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 13 June 1907

n p , '"tt'n JiJ hr kir &.?:.-' v:v (StiRjHitieii MtmtbSttm ... - , . i , . ..,, mKt n-i m i f" VOL. 29. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 13, 1907. NUMBER 2, u r .4 Er BM "I? - v? II Hi iC 3 ifc urn TOWN WIPED OUT Creek Left- its Banks And Swept Village Like Raging Torrent, Louisville, Ky., June S. Twenty-one persons aic dead, tlid village in devastated and cvtral thousand acres of growing crops are ruined. This is the sum total of the havoc wrought by the cloudburst that descended on Gradyvillc, Ky., and vicinity last night. All the dead arc residents of Gradyvillc. Although reports arc meager owing to the remoteness of the place and the prostration of telephone and telegraph wires, it is no further fatalities will be reported from the surrounding country. The dead: Mrs. L. C. Nell, wife of State Senator Nell and four children; Mrs. liUiuhill and one child; Mrs. Carl Wilinoro, her daughter and granddaughter; Paul Wilson, IS years old; Mrs. Hartfiold Moss and her i. chi...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 13 June 1907

na My Hair is Extra Long Red your hair; nourish it; give it something to live on. Then It will stop falling, and will grow long and heavy. Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only hair-food you can buy. For 60 years it has been doing just what we claim it will do. It will not disappoint you. Mr hair uert to lie very sliort. Hut utter ujIiik Ajer'i lUlr Vliior.i sliort time It began to urow, auJ now It l fourteen Indies lone Thl teem a iplenJM remit tonieafter being almost without any hair." Mite. J.U.VITXU. Colorado Spring!, Colo. Mad by J. C. Ayer Co.. Lowell, Man, Also manunaiurora 01 A 7 SARSAPARILU. PILLS. yers CHERRY PECTORAL. To and From the Far West. Tolu, Ky., June 3, 11)07. Emtor Record Press: I, in company with my J. A. Wheeler, of Crayneville, left Marion on the midnight train May 17 tor a trip to the Far West. Goins over the Union Pacific railroad wc went via Kvansvillc to Chicago on the I. C. Parsing over the beautiful prairie Mate of llllinois we saw fields of corn and wheat and ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 13 June 1907

r v.r, & " ' ..' The effect of Scott's Emulsion on thin, O pale children is magical. It makes them plump, rosy, active, happy. It contains Cod Liver Oil, Hypophosphites and Glycerine, to make fat, blood and bone, and so put together that it is easily digested by little folk. ALL DRUGGISTS 1 .4444444444444404444444 KENTUCKY AS GOAL STATE Produced Nearly Ten Million Tons Of Black Diamond During the Year 1906. Washington dune !. Although Kentucky is noted chiefly in the popular mind for beautiful women, fast horses and good whisky. Another of her products is fast assuuiSDg the importance to which it is entitled in the industrial world. Reference is made to coal. Last year the Blue Grass State produced I nearly ten million tons of black diamond, the exact figure being U, (573,530. The value of this product wasS'J. 7il4,S23. This is considerable less than if the coal was anthracite like that Pennsylvania prides herself on. Dentucky coal is bituminous, or of the soft variey, which is ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 13 June 1907

v' $-; - . ,vpv m,nt ?7Z Jfs 1 raw We are authorized to announce R. H. THOMAS a candidate for Assessor, to fill out the unexpired term of J. Anthony Davidson, 'subject to the action of the Republican party. He endorses the local option law. It pays to be a vegetarian these days. .lime's mighty glum about some thing or other. But in spite of the cold spnng, there lb a fine crop of beautful June brides. One thing about Seuator Foraker, he it brave enough to speak richt out Each of those Long Island prisoner confesses that the other cd the girl. There is a fortune in ight just now tor the man with a for jirodufii'g artificial iinliiiic. The Pittsburg Hoard of trade ha lesohed to double the population of that city duringjthe next ten year-. Of course, we arc 'all expiated to watch Pittsburg's "fiiplJ.; It has been asee'rteHBPrcrc are 40 fortunes or inoro tlkJ&F $30,000, 000 each iu the Pittsburg district, based on coal and iron development. Whether this be correct or not, thero aro ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 13 June 1907

-.-.- i l j I , rv n, c lw IV I, i- p m ?'& j Satisfactory Service 4 To everyone in Each Suit is the S Result obtained. 4j Likewise you will Cj Indeed appreciate jjj None like the Genuine Bench Tailored and Hand Finished "Sterling Suits" We also have a large 5? Stock of EXTRA PANTS Cj in all sizes, and will 4 Save You Money ! 48 4) WE GIVE YOU GOOD VALUES 4 AND PLEASE YOU TOO 4S F.W.Nunn, dentist, Press Building New graham flour Morris & Yates. R. L. Flanary was in Dixon Thursday. Mama has a hcadach and wants a Fru Tola. Miss Ida Duval, of Repton, came over Saturday. Miss Nellie Sutherland is visiting friends in Morganficld. M. Schwab left for Paducah, Tuesday on a business trip. Little Miss Vivian Rochester is visiting relatives in Central City. Cash for wheat at Schwab's. Mrs. Howard McConnell returned home Tuesday, after a visit to Repton. Mrs. -Jane Carter and daughter, Miss Lclia, were in town shopping Monday. Mrs. J. L. Schrode, of Hopkins-ville, spent Sunday with her ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 13 June 1907

if E V fe I r 3 Er i uu i -. - .' i ., ROLL OF HONOR. Slodivs ILiivinveivt For Cough, Cold, Croup, dore lhroatomt Rheumatism and Neuralgia At all Dealers Price 25c 50o 6 H00 Sent- Free "Sloan's Book on Horses Cottle. Hogs 6 Poultry I Address Dr. Earl 5. Sloan I6I5 Albany SK Boston. Mass. Electricity on The Farm. j K. B. Miner, of OrUkaiiy Falls, N. V., ha- the problem of progressive farming. He has made a succcs rf kid-glove iarming and can now do the hardest work on the premises without a backache. The heavy work on the Miner farm, and most of the lighter work too. i done by electricty while the farmer and his good family stand idly by aud watch the wheel- go 'round. There i- a little creek running through Mr. Mider's farm, aud he has merely put the stream to work and is doing the playing himself. This stream he harnessed to run a small dynamo, which in turn gives him electric light, heat and power for his homo and farm buildings. A small dam of the flow type was built oi concrete....

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 13 June 1907

rvlpppw . -i lJ .N fk x. lv MT m H. 33' Pi'' ps. Vr lf&Ks- V i4T .1- W , -- Bourbon Poultry Cure. A superior remedy and tonic for fowls. Used throughout the famous Bluegrass region of Kentucky. Cures and Prevents Cholera. Limberncck, Roup, Gapes, Blackhead, Diarrhoc and other destructive blood and germ diseases in turkeys and chickens or your money hack. Adds tonic and medicinal to the drinking water or food, which destroy all germs and poisons and prevents disease. Price T)0c for largo bottle. FREE SAMPLE will be sent by return mail, prepaid, if you state how many fowls you keep. Addrcsi Bourhon Remedy Co., Inc., Manufacturing Chemists, Lexington, - - Kentucky. TOTAL LOSS NO INSURANCE! Is the oft repeated expression which tells its own tale of putting off till tomorrow that which should have been done today. Neglecting to i n s u re causes a loss of many millions of dollars every year to property owners. Don't be one of them, but get your insurance now. I represent one of the s...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 13 June 1907

- ' AitM? mmmwmm: " 1 " c ":r ! - t NEW SALEM. This seems to be an off year with the farmers. All the loose earth on our public highways was cleaned out by '.he late storm leaving our, roads in a bad tix. The following are down with the measles and under the care of a doctor: Henry Browstcr, three at Carter McDowell's, two at Frank James', one at Dunk Baker's, three at Clem Moran's, two at John Conyer's, one at Robert Carter's, one at Rufe Parker's and Mrs. Allen Kirk. Married in Marion, Juno 3, Mr. J. W. Holoman, of Mexico, this county, to Miss Sallic Mahan, oi JN'ew Salem, Judge Blackburn officiating. This part of Crittenden county was visited Friday night, June 7, by one of the worst rain, hail ..and wind storms in forty years, doing thousands of dollars damage . to crops, gardens and timber. Somp farmers had their entire crops ruined. The Jiail was very severe, ruining corn, tobacco and garden truck. Mr. and Mr?. Bart Hodges visited in the upper part of the county Sunday. Mrs. M...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record=Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Crittenden record=press. — 13 June 1907

nBHHHR Kr" VOL 29. V" -. TOWN WIPED OUT Crm Left its Banks And Swept Village Like Raging Torrent, I i lie, Ky,, JunoS. , iis am dead, Did vlllago is 4 , 1 nml several thousand acres . i- crop arc ruined. Thin ,, - tin tutal or tho havoc wrought i , udburtit that descended on i,. '.. Ky., and vicinity lat , Ml tho dead arc resident of i, i.!i Although reports arc : wini: to tho rcmotcncM ol , i and tho prostration of I .iid telegraph wirei, it is furthor fatalities will be j from tho lurrounding . ad Mrg. L. C. .Veil, wire v'iintor Nell and four M" Lumhlll and one child, v . . Wilmoro, her daughtorand f t filter, Paul WfUon, IS years llartftold Mom and hor ix Mr. .1. W. Kolluer and Miss Mary Mos. All ' dicn havo loon roeevered. . it was due to tho erratic f Big Creak, ardinarilj a am, htil which was alreadj v recent rains. When the . was precipitated three- i tAiti fell in uh hoar on and rieinlty. The creel m its bod and UtV new tli tho Impotuuity of a tidal 'tabitanU of OratljTillc ...

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