Dick Secrest charlie is very sick
Carlisle Mercury. CONCORD, LEWIS COUNTY. Graut Hines is ou the sick list. Charlie, youugest son of Dick Secrest, is rery sick. Harvey Secret, Jr., is quite sick with typhoid fever. Miss Anna Montgomery is visiting friends at Poplar Flat. Mr. aud Mrs. Ashcnhurst are visiting friends at Manchester. Mrs. Amy Hlnes and son, Harry arevisltlng friends at Rome. Will Ott, of HIgglusport, Ohio, was visiting friends here Sunday. Miss Tllden Kelly, of Springdale, is visiting her brother at this place. Mr. aud Mrs. E. J. Carpenter, of Covington, visited visited Mrs. E. J. Rand last week. Mrs. C. Granger, of Covington, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Sparks. Mrs. Lizzie Taj lor, of Hazleton, Ky., and Mrs. Harry, of Cove Dale, were the guests of Mrs. Bettle Carr la-t eek. Jese Marklaud, an old and respected citizen, died at his home one mile from town, July 2Uh, from a complication of diseases. Mr. aud Mrs. Alt. Thompson, of Huntington, W. Va , and Mr. aud Mrs. Jesie Thompson, of Greenup, are here, having beeu called to see "'uncle" Jeae Markland In his last illness. Our Rectorville friend would like to hear from us, eh! Well, we ackuowedge our negligence. Hope, however, that he as well as the Bulletin will excuseju this once, upon the plea of lots of company, press of business, a little sickles and lassitude brought ou by these sultry July days. The apple crop in this vicluity U almost ati'e'n-tire ati'e'n-tire failure. There are peaches iu some orchards, orchards, In others none. Cultivated fruits of all kinds are scarce. The blackberry crop, however, is abundant. Tho wheat yield Is as good or better better than for several years, while the prospect for com aud tobacco is good. Potatoes are an average average crop.