Goreville Record - 1905 Sep 08

Mrs. Clinton Escue is numbered with the sick.
Charles Coleman, Jr., is able to be out again, but is looking very bad.
Mrs. Alice Coleman is getting better after a two weeks' siege of sickness.
Little George Jones is not much better. It is feared he has typhoid fever.
Miss Elva Lindsay is in Creal for a visit with her grandfather, Dr. Lindsay.
Elijah Harlan and family went to Belknap Sunday to visit his wife's relatives.
Will Galleghy and wife of Buncombe visited at Wm. Dickson's Saturday night.
Aunt Seaty McBride is moving to the McBride property on the corner of Main street.
Willie Dickson left Saturday for Mound City to commence his school on Monday.
Miss Winnie Lindsay has returned to Thebes to work with Ada McBride in her millinery store.
William Dickson and family were called to Cottage Home on account of sickness in the family of their daughter, Bell McGills.
John Brooks returned home from Presbytery Sunday. While gone he purchased some fine white Wyandotte chickens. Suppose he is aiming to go into the poultry business.

At the residence of 'Squire Clark, in Williamson county, Sunday, Sept. 3d. Miss Grace Coleman, of Oakville, and Griff Bloodworth, of Zeigler, 'Squire Clark officiating. The bride is a daughter of P. C. Coleman; is well known and respected by her many friends. The groom is a son of Wm. Bloodworth, and is known to be an honest and industrious young man. So we feel sure each has made a good selection in getting a partner for life and we wish them success. They went on to Zeigler, where the bridegroom had a good home prepared.

Pick Creek
Corn is fast maturing.
Weather cooler and farmers busy.
School will open here next Monday.
Insure with A. J. Roberts, Lick Creek.
Mrs. A. P. Galleghy is sick of chills.
Most cool enough on morning of 4th for frost.
Miss Augusta Corbitt is recovering from fever.
John M. Brooks is having a new roof put on his dwelling.
The directors are having a galvanized roof put on the Lick Creek schoolhouse.
James Stewart has done some work on his residence, occupied by Adolphus Pruitt, which adds greatly to its appearance.
J. T. Gourley is home from Opdyke, Ill., where he will teach school the coming winter.
E. T. Galleghy is carrying the mail this week from here to Anna in lieu of F. M. McGinnis, contractor.
Parties here who burn coal are now hauling their supply for the coming winter from the mines near Hudgens.
D. M. Gurley and family have moved, returning from Stoddard county, Mo., and have located just east of Buncombe.
A. J. Armstrong and wife, of Carterville, Ill., are visiting Mrs. Armstrong's brother, Willis Crowder and family here this week.
G. C. Trammell left on the 2d inst. for Mounds, Ill., where he is engaged as principal teacher in the public school there this winter.
Adolphus Roberts left on the 31st ult for Valparaiso, Ind., where he enters on second year of scientific course in the college at that place.
The Sunday School convention at Union on the 3d inst. was attended by only a few, as it had been postponed from the Sunday before; and funeral of Mrs. P. E. Hague on the 3d.
Earnest Murphy is now domiciled in the M. M. Trammell property temporarily, waiting for possession of Mrs. G. M. Galleghy's farm near here, which he has rented for the coming year.

Tunnel Hill
Health is generally good in our town.
T. A. Taylor is having his dwelling repaired.
The first lines for The Goreville Record.
Tunnel Hill has an Exchange. Bring on your grain.
Eggs, 15c per doz.; chicks (spring), 10 c per pound; wheat, 78c.
W. H. Cover, our miller, has been sick but is improving some at this writing.

Advertised Letters
The following list of letters remain uncalled for at the Goreville post office September 1, 1905, and will be sent to the Dead Letter Office if not called for by October 1, 1905:
Gentlemen: Bert Barnett (2 cards), M. D. Baney (1 card), Allen Bowman (2), F. M. Cox (1 card), John Rodman, William Perry (2 cards), E. M. Robertson & Co. (2), C. M. Robinson (1 card), R. H. Thompson (1 card).
Ladies: Mrs. Marth McCorkle, Miss Bertha McKinney (1 card), Miss Jane Wilson.
When calling for the above please say "advertised."
Thomas M. Jones, P. M.

On the 2d inst. at her home one mile south-east of here, of consumption, after a ten weeks illness Mrs. P. E., wife of T. A. Hogue.
Deceased was born in Wayne co., Tenn., Oct. 7, 1840, emigrated with her parents to Illinois Feb. 1864. Espoused the Christian faith at an early age. Was married to T. A. Hogue, who now survives her, Aug. 29th 1871. Two sons and two daughters were born to them, three of whom survive her, viz.: L. E. Hogue, W. G. Hogue, to Pond, Ill., and Mrs. M. A. Forster, of Crowder, Mo., besides two brothers and one sister, A. P. Gallegly of this place, W. S. Gallegly of Marmaduke, Ark. and Mrs. M. E. Grimes, of Pulleys Mil, Ill., and a large number of relatives and friends. She was a woman of great courage and fortitude, was b____ dy___ who knew her and were her affliction with courage to the last. She was a wife, mother, sister, friend and neighbor whom a community will miss. Aged 64 years, 10 months, 25 days.

Extracted 2020 Dec 18 by Norma Hass, from Illinois DIgital Newspaper Collection

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