Brantley and Arflack General Store
Picture made in the early 1900's. Left to right.
The Brantley's ran the general store in Nunn Switch.
The was written about the community in April 1913. The little hamlet was situated in northeast part of Crittenden in a fertile valley on Hood's Creek and was also situated on the I. C. railroad. The train has four passengers stops a day and picks up and delivers goods to the town. The community also has one general store, post office, one grocery store, blacksmith shop, saw and grist mill. It has about 20 or 25 inhabitants, and among whom are John Gilbert and his wife, Pernecia about the oldest couple in the county. Uncle John as he is called, being in his 88th year and Aunt Necia in her 86th year. Although growing old they are enjoying good health and are quite jovial. They were married April 8th, 1852, and had seven children.