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The Interior j ournal.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTV, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY JUNE 21st, 1910.
ADMITS McCREARY GARRARD'S GRAND
ASKS WOMEN TO
A Rising Young Physician
FLY IN BOM'
BATTLE IN GARRARD
urn nui dc nuwLu ulu num ueav
STRONG .JOHNSON SUPPORTER
CONCEDE8 STRENGTH OF
ltohert II. Coffey linn Just returned
Irorn a sovernl days' May in Louis
ville, where lio met r number of poll
tiMiins from over tho State nt the
Pcelbach Hotel, nnd nmeng them Itos
era (lore, private Sccrotary to Con
pressman lien Johnson, who la a can
didate for governor Mr. Cotfoy also
met former Representative, W 1)
Claybrooke, ot Springfield, Washing
ton county, In the heart of the Fourth
Congressman Johnson's district Mr.
Claybrook told him that whllo ho win
Intently for Johnson for anything
tbnt he might want and hoped to sea
him nominated for governor, llll he
had been orr the State enough mid
felt the sentiment of UciuocrnU suf
ficiently to know that If Senator
Jaints 11 McCreary rnado the race,
(ur Governor, It would bo nil out
with Johnson, and all other cundldatcs
Clone friends of SenMor McCreary
have known positively for somo time
that ho will become u candidate, nt
tbo right time, but consider It a lit
tle too soon Ui make a flat-footed an
nouncement at thin time Word ume
from Richmond Saturday. however,
that Benntor McCrenry will return
homo today and formally own Ida
btad(imrteri; engage necreturlt nnd
t nngrapher and begin bin ictlvo
campaign It In mild that Senator Mc
Crcary will mako visits nil over the
State for the purpose of meeting Ills
host of fonnir friends and mettlng
new ones, and getting In touch with
the thousands who have teen urging
bini to accept thu leudersblp of the
purty again In the coming g'.bcma
Messrs C D. Powell
ItH'Ollton mode i stay
days In (.outsvllle.
Circuit court couvenud hre Monday
with Judgo M. C. Sauriey, of Stanford,
wearing the ermine gracefully
Mr. John B. 8torms' long store hus
Peon remodeled with it JianJiinc
LroHvn front and beautiful intei lor
Mrs, Klbcrt Smith and cblUrm of
Jelllco. Tenn, are here for a uit to
benator and Mrs Geo T Karri
The Industrious ladlos of tho bap
tist thurch had n pie sal" Saturday
afternoon and reulljed 13 b th'ir ef
lorts John Iloblnton died at M hone
at Inrtersvllle. in upper Gn.rnrd af
ter a llnRerlng Illness of tutwrcultwi
He !s survive-d by u wife and twu hll
Ur Win llurnett, Mrs Huniett nnd
little daughter, Cusslo Ma, ind Mrs
llettle Huniett of Lebanon leave this
week for a visit to relative In L'XIiiit
ton. Louisville nnd Shclhvvlll"
Mrs. J. F. Cummins and ni-, Ml
Ida Pettus, of Stanford. ih Mliscs
Frniicl". Miss Portor, Scott IIiuImii
aril little Dnnks Hudsou termed an
nuto party thnt went to Loxiustci Sun
Mrs Sarah UrooUa an 1 dno-Mor
Hiss Molllo llrrniks, of Cruh Or'hniil.
were Miss Reiki Amelia Mit Sal
urda). Miss Martha Knvanaugh, one or this
years sweet girl graduatos, will bo
.At Homo" to her friends Thursday
evening at tho handsome ipuntiy
ho.no of her parents, Mr ani Mrs A
Yhe attractive little Ml" Murjorlc
rnllou. of Stanford, Is here for a pro
tracted visit to her cousins the Misses
Miss Mamlo Ilastln Is lu Crab Orch
ord for-a visit to Misses Paul and
Night riders nro at woil In talc
county destroying some of tho tobacco
beds. Mr. Wiley Dlshon, ol thf
Sweeney neighborhood had the mlstoi
tuno to hao a large tobacio heo strli
ped. It is certnlnly hoped mUcreaiils
will lo found out and Boorelv punish
ed b law.
Mrs Joe Falconer and tvo bright,
llttlo sons, of Mlddlcsboio, nro guests
of Mrs. Jennie West.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gabriel (Sain, of
Oklahoma, aro guests or Mra K M.
Mr. J. F. Cummins und nlqee -''"s
Ida Pettus. of Stanford, ure giut
Cf Mlstes Lucy nnd lomiule Fran.-ls.
Mr nnd Mrs. J W. Francis nnd llt
tlo ton 1mlb Doty Frauels have tak
en rooms with Mrs. AnnM Singleton
on Lexington Street.
James I. Hamilton sold a flm sad
die horse U Squire Jim Uourno for
JtyiN Y. LEAVELL MASSES AWAY
SUDDENLY OF HEART DIS
EASE. OTHER rtEWft.
.Mr John Y Lenvell, one)f 'iir
rards most inerabl cltli-ry died
nulle suddenly of heart Jlseaso Sntur-
eay nigni, nt tne home or hit non,
Mr yers Leaell, mar Point Lenell
Lost March ho cekbrated his l3d
birthday and then seemed In compara
tively good "health for a nn of his
aire, and. man v were th good wishes
'xpressed that he woull llr man'
Scarcely a ywir ago a favoilte and
dearly beloved daughter dlJ, Jlrs.
Alis Doty, and tills was a great blow
to tho aged father.
Tho burial was Monday altcrnoun
In tho Lancaster cemitiry Tho fol
I iw Ing chlldrtn mourn his death A I)
Leavell, Walker lA'atell, Ml-jjellc
L'-nvcll, nnd Mrs - John Fraud, of
this city, Mrs Ilobcrt Armstrong, nf
IVankfort. Mrs Jasper Logle. of Kd'n
burg, Indiana, und Mr. lotin Lxtvell.
of Pecos, Texas.
The deceostd was one of tho organ
!rent of the Natlon.il Hank of I.anu
tur. and was lt president from 170
lit- was in the -arl davs an old lino
Whig but being n southern sympathiz
er, has over since the war boon a
staunch democrat He was n man of
remarkably well preserved phxhlcal
and mental powers, and .ml the mi-
umiuI distinction of having lived to
aeo reven generations, liavlug Swd ills-tliK-t
roiolIecUon of hl4 great gran I
litlier nnd ho himself having bn n
Mason Whielor ugtl 1-J years died
on Friday of blood poNon at the
home of his iiarints, Mr nnd Mrs
John Wheeler, at Nina Ths bo!
math was the result or an Injun ro-
vtlved several weeks ago Tho In-
errmont was In the lancasttr come
Pror J. W Ireland, Ur M M
Phillips, nnd Hussell llrown, or Stan-
rord, witnessed the. baso bull game
Letween the Lancuster lndepaJ nts.
uud the Richmond 1st team Friday
Attorney J. U. Jtoblnson Bold a hurnl
tomu rami near the village of Ilrynpts
vllle, to 0. Wl Calibs for $7u'Ju. 1'he
tratt coutaIniHl?J43 ucres.,
'lss Loulso Kiullman Ins held
uilto n lucratlvo position lu ono of
the city schools in SL Louis for sev
eral lears past. Is expected here to-
luy to spend tho vucatlon with hr
mother, Mrs. Umraa 0 Kaulfuian.
Misses Margaret and Joan Mount
iHteitalned at cardH In honor of
Miss Margaret Clarke, of Clnslunatl.
the guests of tho Misses GUI. Quite u
uiuuber partook ol the hospitality of
th'i fair hostess.
Mrs. James Haniiitou bo-UK a flat'
registered Shetland pony, from Mr.
Jeff Dunn of Lexington, for liu. The
I ony was h prosent for her nephew,
Jnmef 1. Hamilton, Jr. ' ,
Mrs. Henry SitMison 'itt daitgu-
i... piirnimth Liwaa Simpson, are at
home from a visit to relaltv.s in Win
chester aud Lexlutjton.
UI..IU1 Kllin Smith, of thla eit,
Busle Urnshear. of Cyutltlaua. Mls
Mabel Mason, of Hlchmond. nnu miss
u.iiin llobiuson. of Campbtllsvlllo.
leavo this week to take a couri-o at
the Kuoxvllle, Tenn , Summer scnooi
This quartette of teachers aro a part
of tbu faculty ol tho Lancaster Orad
EVANGELIST DANIEL PHEACHINO
TO LARGE CROWDS AT DAP-
Kvangollit J. II. Daniel, of Texas,
Is pre aching to largo cogre?itljrn
dhlly nnd nightly at tho ilnptUt
(iuirrh, where revival servlr.j aro
bring held. Mr. Daniel Is a spcake
of power and flllid with ih word,
h id moreover Is not nfralil to shy
Just vhat ho thinks.
Ilcfore his sermon on Sundnv morn
ing, he requested all thu ladles not to
wenr Hillr hnts to church. Mo said
that ho wanted to look everyono In
the face nnd wanted all his har'rs
to sco him; but that on account of
large headgear of tho women very few
men could sec blm.
Ho also requests no one to tell him
of nny meuness that anyone in town
Is guilty of He said he only wanted
to know the good things of tho peo
rlo; but would like to know who the
unconverted and non-church mem
litis were, so that he could persoinl
l pra for them He declared in
his sirmon that he hoped und would
rave the people o! Stanford rroin "the
foul tonguts mat speak vll and
blander of their neighbors when they
limit know what they re talking
He said thit he wnnttd lo iuil
everyone; go home with them; lool
tin m In the ejes across th-; dining
table, and pat their dog on the head
Ho took ns his text Sunday morning
'led so loved tho world that he gav
Ills onl begotten Son that wnosoevir
LeiU-ved In Him hbould not ,jridi
but have everlasting life.
Burned To Death
GARRARD COUNTY DAOY MEETS
'"he dwelling of Mr. Charles Dillon
on Fall Lick pike In Garrard (ounty,
aud all the contents were destroyed
by lire and his little two year-old sou
s i badly burned that dentil r-sulti.d a
tow hours later.
Mr Dllllon and little son wore
sin ping In nn up-atalrs room while
lilswlfe and another child were down-
fctulrs, Mrs. Dllllon belli,; 111 nt the
time When he was awakened by the
fire, he became frightened and ihn
down stairs to awaken aU sick wife,
and when ho returned tho little boy
was found to be so badly nuriied mat
ili.ith followed soon. There was in
surance of $f00 on tho house
SUCCUMBS TO STROKC Or APO
PLEXY IN LEXINGTON.
Mrs. Mary J. Cochran, widow of
Samuel Cochran, died suddenly of npo-
pleyj Monday evening about 7 o'clock
in Lexington. For many years she
liaJ buccehsfully taught school in dif
ferent parts of Lincoln county, but
mr health railing she was compelled
to (Jvo up her work. Mis Coihran
is turvtved by three brothers. Messrs
T D and O. P. Newland, of thla coun
ty and Joseph Newland, of Mistourl.
After funeral services at tho home
of T. D. Newland, on somonoi fat,
the remains of tho good Christian
worn An wero laid to rest In Iluffalo
CVntter, Wcdnesdny morning at ii
Misses Nannie" II. Herring ard !!
sle Drown, left Sunday for a visit to
friends In Hustonvillo.
Mrs. Hugh Hemphill has rcturmd to
her homo In Nlcholasvllle, after a
visit to Mr and Mrs. W. A. Arnold.
James 1. Hamilton sold 43 aces of
land at Judson, to John Slmpxon qulto
a ivell to do farmer of Gat raid, for
Th,e Methodist church has been
much Improved by n frosh ro.it of
lalnt upon tbo walls and a handsome
new carpet on tho floor.
The lancnster Independents, nnd
the Hlchmond first team, crossed
lata Frldayalternoon at tho athletic
pane and the score stood 9 to 1 in
faTor of Lancaster. Tho Lancaster
latteries wero KdwardJ nnd Ihoad-
dus. P.lchmond C. Parks and Winkle.
Hits, Lancaster 12, IUcbmon.l C. Th"
batllng of Holcomb was a special fa
ture. 4 hits out of flyo tlmos up and the
the batting und baso runnlm? or
Mount was lino.
There aro beveral murder rases for
UiL, term Of court, ono of whlih Is the
Major caso, called Monday; another
the case of Mark Jennings, for killing
v negro at Dryantsvlllo.
sHr " - aJsssB
sHi k-4sm '-'iJlsssV Jf '::
DR. BENJAMIN UNDERWOOD
The above s the picture of one of
the most prominent and promising
young physlslans who has gone from
this section of the country lu yeirs.
Ho Is a son of .Mrs. l-anreon Under
wood, In the Hedgevlllo stition of
lloyle county He has Juut iom
plcted his medical course In the South
western Homeopathic Medloal College
at Louisville. Ilecause of h's excel
'ent work nnd splendid attainment,
the faculty of his alma muter dtetm-d
Iilin worthy of appointment as interne
nt the Louisville City Hospital, where
be will serve for one yiar an.', have
inc and unusual opportunity fur still
run her perfecting himself lor hi life
Ills many Lincoln countv friends
and relatives will learn of his splen
did euccess with much pleasuie
Struck By Lightning
FKILY IN "FRYING PmN BEND"
Lightning struck the rebldinco of
Oioige Bell and his eon, CyriH, on
Dlx river, In Hoyle county during the
rtoira Sunday. Mrs Hurry rater,
hif dqughter, who was in 'he house at
the time, uas dangerously Injure', it
is fcald and the other members of the
family weie baGly (.hocked. The
chimney of th houie wa.' wrecked by
thi bolt, nnd the hoube had a inrrow
escape from being bet on fire and
Mn), the 13-car-old di.ighter or
Mr Hell is said to havo been knock
ed unconscious by the sho.-k
UASSES TO HIS REWARD IN
Mr. William Wade tlib las' Mi xi
can veteran in Doyle count died nt
hU home nt Perry vllle Ia3t Fild.ij
rJglt at 1 o'clock.
I ntll a few hours before uU deilh
ho l.ad been enjovlng tomparafvoly
good health. Only two weeks ago
be was In IXinville mingling with o'd
friends and appeared to do v-ry ac
tlvt. Some dajs ago he r"ched a
little scratch on his thumb and blood
polboning lev eloped as a rojult Uit
tl" attention was paid to the afllic
tion until Friday, when Mr. Wade
suddenly becamo very I' I and grad
ually grew worso until death re
lieved him. He was eighty-four jcars
of ago and one of tho best knnvn
aud most highly respected old gentle
men of the West End or Ilnylo coun
Mr Charles Henry, of Milltdgevllle
dieil ef consumption, nga.l about 50.
Mrs. Augden Urldgewater an old
residence of this place but now of
Iliiiuingham, Ala., and iUui;hter-Jn-
law aro visiting friends aero.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cvuns near hero
visited Miss Lou Cook, of Porryvllle.
Stock shippers nro busy gatber'nis
snr.ui. lambs and shipping them to
Cincinnati paying from 7 'a 7 I 2c per
pound. McCormlck, ltlffo & Tucker
thlnued n cur of fut hosb thev paid
on an average of 8 l-2o i-or pound
Tobacco growers aro busy setting
cut the luigebt crop of tobacco ever
lu West Llncolu County. Th're Is
a gteat deal or cpmplnlut ot plants
tut large enough on account ot cold
The flank of Moreland declared a
dividend of 6 per cent and carried
I2W.35 to the. surplus rund. Mcbsen-ger.
ONE MAN WILL DIE AND OTHERS
ARE HURT LATE LANCAS
Lancaster, Jun 20,
s the result of a batt with
shotguni nnd pistols nt ''rton.
vllle, In Garrard county, late Friday
afternoon, ono man was fitilly
wounded, two others may die, and
another man is badly hurt, but will
Link I.ikcs was shot twenty-one
times nnd cannot recover. Thre
buckshot entered his head and one
passed through one lung. It Is not tie
iteved be can llvo long.
Curtis Woolvlne was shot five times
and his son Klrkdcn Woolvlne wns
shot twice. It la thought both will
Leonard Van Wlnklo wau shot
three times, but it is thought he will
Twelve men took part In the ar
fray, nnd all UBed shotguns or pis
tols. Lakes was tho only man on
his side to be Injured. All the oth
era were members of tho opposing
The fight was the result of an old
grudge, It Is said, nnd when the men
met the trouble camo on with a rush
The Christian Endeavor Society
will give an Ice cream supper at the
school house on Friday night June 24
for the purpose or buying on books.
Carpenters and painters lire kept
busy In this community.
Cris Camenlsch and J. W. reek are
nre building two nice residences and
John Moser and Ed Martin are navlng
David Allen, or Hustonvllle was In
this section last week buying limbs at
a fancy pi Ice.
Tobacco setting Is abot over nnd the
weeds are taking possessitn ol the
ilev. J. W. Whitehead till'd hlu np
polntracnt at the Christian church
Two dogs made a raid in llm Mc
Coruiack'8 sheep last week and
one lamb was killed and se'eral oth
ers badly frightened.
A heavy rain and hallsteum aroused
the citizens of this comr.unilv Wed
i may night- The hail was as nrge
a birds egg, but P did u t 'j ""irii
& W. Lunsford sold bonio cattle to
15 D. Holizclaw at 4 cents..
Logan Moser and famll;' nf Hamil
ton, O. came down Sunday j tbe
excursion to spend a week with rela
Mr. and Mrs. Paris Vaught nre visit
ing her brother, Robert Hubn'e
Miss Eva Moser visited h-r cousin
Walter Moser Sunday.
Miss nettle Kovalty. ot Vosemlte,
-ient last week with friends here
Allss Pearl McKlnsly, or Somerset
will arrive here next weel: to bpend a
fow days with her aunt Mrs John
Moser. Miss Georglo Jcr.cson and
Miss Sue Dollln8 went to Hustimllle
to visit friends.
Mrs. Ttobla Lunsrord and Mrs. Fran
do Lunslord afo visiting relatives lu
OF .FOUR .STATES' EXECUTIVES
DURING ELECTRIC STORM
An automobllo In whlca rode Oovs.
Dudley, or Missouri, Sloano, of Arl--ona,
Ansel, of South Carolina, nnd
Wilson, of Kentucky, and Mrs. Hauley
nnu Mrs. Wilson, made a thrilling trip
from Versailles to Frankfort Sunday
evening in a heavy thunder and rain
btorm. Twice lightning sfuck within
a few feet or the speeding machine
once throwing sparks over the occu
rauts of the car when a railroad rail
They had been In Lexington ind Fny
ctte county for tho day aud spftit a
good portion of their tlnto at Elmen-
dorr und Castleton.eating lunch at the
latter place. They stafted homo about
5 o clock and Just outsida or Vertr-lllos
were btruck by the storm.
A good carpet and few other house
hold articles. Apply at College.
JUNCTION CITY OTHER
LATE NEW J
Junction City, June 2v
Miss Emily Katherlno HooJ. (J.
plate, but lately of Lexington, and Ws.
Crrver Zetello Faulconer, or Lrot.
ten. were united In marrlag.j af-ft-liome
of the bride's sister, Mrs dL.
S'leeney, nt this place, on Wedue4
afternoon at 3 30 o'clock by iti OT
ntt Montgomery, of Moreland Mtims
llnth McCollum nnd Wary fuar
S'vieney were tho llower girls. oc
J. D Shelby and 'Mrs. C S .Ljxik
flayed the wedding marches "XUsk
we re about forty Invited friends jn
ent, who presented the happy vutrbe
with many costly and usefu1 pre,irjc
Mr nnd Mrs. Faulconer left jn ani'a
tended brldnl tour through the 1smu
nnd will be at home In Lexington jtfr
er July 15th.
Record Keeper 0. A Dunn, ol Jliir
K O. T. M., tent No. 6 tells us thai
the claim of tho widow of Mr J-)v
I'igg, who died ten dayj agr, his Imii
tAild promptly. There arn 85 inenihrn.
ot this tent here.
ltev. Summers, Sr, father of tte fwo
tor of the Daptlst church, iillt-d Imr
soii pulpit Sunday.
Among those from a distance iwes
ent nt the Hood-Faulconer wedifctc
v ere Miss Jessie IloberU, of Lcxte
tr.n, .Miss Mary Rout and Jesse llii.
of Moreland, Mr. and Mrs. Powell aaJ
Vr Rlffe, of Hustonvllle and S
Hnrblsou, of Danville.
Mr F. L. Crum, of Smith's Uusal
College, of Lexington, is now U
keeper Tor Shelby & Sweeney's r.h
sale house. His home is nt Forttite
Jlrs. Mabel Wright Bond and woe
or Tulsa, Okla., are guests .or rcUtr
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. K. IL WA
breath a fine girl and to .Mr. and Skr
George McCowan a handsome sun
Mr Ormond, Sr, Is jepjrtertloi5i
Mr. and Mrs. Richard PowctL at.'
Chattanooga, Tenn , nre the gucjts :
Mrs. Ed Needbam
Misses Edna Gilllland and ffiteei
Clarkson went to Ilarrodsbnn; flitter
to take the examination for teaOxia.
I'.oth attended the Richmond Narmel
Mr Clem Phillips, tbe mall eanBwr
Letween Shelby nnd Junction Wns
l-.Ti a boft drink stand in ih old WS
bcr House In Shelby City."
The new Tribble House -will IV
ready for the tin roof by June 23. t
lumber lor the framing cowairom
the saw mill of Mr. George She
Tne pine nnd chestnut from the tJa
Shelby nrd "Arcadia."
Dr. Winston Phillips formely At
Moreland, now of this place, h.tsjrwrc
bought tho U. r.. Sweeuej lot ?asl.iU
the Presbyterian church ynd is owiH
lug njne-story bungalow with u& v
eretu and rock foundation. It wIM-Uf
occupied by our genial banker. Hit.
Kilcuer and family.
Horn, on Sunday June 19 o Mr.
Sirs Ernest Gibson, a flno bib
The measles hav o been Quite nw
alent In this neck of tbe woods forrB
last month Ull nearly eveiy intksflik
low has had them. No cases HavctiM
suited seriously, however.
.Miss Laura Kelly Is vlsltins'ur-.&r'
tor. Miss Viola Roberts at BrodhralL
Mrs. Hay. of Danville, apeut a n.
lately with her daughter. Mrs. fc BX
The storm Sunday night buinJw
beveral telephones here.
Horn, on Monday, tho 20th to nC
and Mrs. K. L. Urubbs a lino tern
baby girl, named Caroline CUMtou.
This is their IltUi chlld-uucs wm
and two girls In all. j ,
Mrs. Rachel Duck has gone to ta
custer on a visit to relatives
TO MAMMOTH CAVE
July 'JOUi, from Stanford au JS'
...,v Nations on regular motnlns to
a great three days outing fox .into
12.C5. This will Include thq rullrodi
fart, also board at Cave HoLsl. awia-iut8-ton
to the several routes in -
cave See large bills and lA
If you aro uot satlstled attur uiac
according to directions two thlt.rfC
a bottle ot Chamberlain's Huhxs.
and Liver Tablets, you can tw"
money back. The tablets cloaew$
invigorate tbe stomach. Improve M '
.n....ln. reirulato the bowela, CM
them a trial und get well. Sold fe C