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The Interior Journal.
HTANKOKD, LINCOLN UOUNTY, KKMUCKY, Tl l-.3I.AY, DKCKMIlKIt 20th, 1MI0
lipmpV PWr' '"' "Wff'iiw in jwwiiypywy i " f'jW'tf x1" ,"MW ' lawsr-mMy '" If ffi " "" ','F '
NEAT SUM COLLECTED ON QUIET
LITTLE VISIT TO THIS
State Auditor' Agent Sam II. Kash
ot London, and J. P. WhltlluRhlll, or
Oweniboro were hero last week, for
re ting In tho rourltiouic In un eftort
to discover unlisted property whlcn
oaght to bo taxed. 'Ehuy succeeded
In uncovering quite a nojt ll(tl pilo
n hd tbvlr commissions amounted to
more Uiau enough to pay th.-ir ex-
They secured J2t0 from the estate
of thc lute T. .1. Km 'or an I $777
i rum the estate of tho lat) T J Kin
luson, an unpaid Inheritance tax, liii
luck taxes and It. 7 back tuxes. In
eluding tic penally Irotii Mrs. Han
nah it. Stcgcr, of Crab rchnrd. ami
ISi Inheritance tax (rom Mis Jennie
Priiary Marck 4
CALLED TO NOMINATE FOR CIR
At a rr.'CUnR of the Oejicerntl'
inrtunlttce of tho 12th Judicial dis
(Met h-td in Dank lilt.- last Friday, n
rtimary was called to be held In lit"
fVtir counties ol tbo district. Lincoln,
t-o)lo, Mcrcor and darrard on Aiarili
Hit. 19U for U:e purpose ol uonln.it-
Ine a candidate for Circuit Judge to
UK the unexpired Iitiii of Hh latu
.'udge M. C Saullt) which Indue
l.iwls U Walker la now holding by
appointment till then.
"ebrujir-, 1Mb wa- tbe I.ihI iluy
fixed lor entrance of candidate anil
tin fit' a flxid al St0 to cover
W rout of a ptlmary in the district.
t dalrtiian Ceo. I Penny, or this coun
t), pieldeil. and Chcnaull Huguely
im Noylc wn chosen M-ciotarj
h'o far Coinmonwialth's Attorney
t'tiarli-rt A Hardin la the only an
nuvnrru cnmlldatc for the Judgeship
n.d It ib not belletc-d that hu will
nave opposition (or the Lonur
THREE VOUNG COUPLES MADE
T.Ik little Cod or !oe. thin Cupid,
Is losing no time as Christinaa ap
rro.tcheg and the weeding nre many
and olteo. Washington Carroll, n
t rumlncnt young farmer or th, Sum-
rset pike was married to MUk Hid
lln C-retn at the bomi ol Arcb Green
oo Thursday the Mil Kuv. J. J
lackey (.aid tfc word which mad.,
t'il popular pair one
Thomas Leech and MUs Kate Pad
Xi tt, both ol the Wa)ncsburg section,
v. ere also married on the loth and
have the Kood wishes ot a host or
A. C Perry, a well-known younc
rarnicr ot Casey county and Miss llor
ilia Kaney were mado one on the 11,
nt the homo of her rather, K. M.
Kaney, in the preieuce of a number
of friends nnd well wUhers
Pleity Of Pile Cats.
h I m m m 1 1
W. 0. LAND BUYS A BUNCH 0
STUFF IN CASEY.
W. II. I .a mi was down In C'hkqv
trading last nrek nnd bouRbt n Dig
hunch of stuir He got it rnttle from
Hob Murphy of Liberty, paying about
3 1-2 cents; he also got hoiti from
.Murphy around ti rents and another
junrh or cattle comprising -') head at
'I :m lit i cent Ho sold to Jonea &
Lules or thla county 1 rattle nt 3 J-t
Mr I.and boiiKlit aeteinl hundred
lollar worth or rura In Casey and
that part or Lincoln which hu will
t-hlp to Cincinnati. He sayw that
pole cat hides, eiiperull, are eiy
plentiful this Reason, Theau fnih'rant
plts, uro made Into almont.nll kiudH
of furs, but are first robbed of their
odor ty proper treatment. The pole
eat hldea maKc tip into wry pretty
lure and aru quite In demand.
CAMNITZ TO OET HEARING
A dispatch from New York, inhere
the National League director bate
been In session, say:
pitcher Howard CamnlU, tbo little
chup who was n main factor In win-
' ninx tna ivusi pennant lor iturourg
SOQ who wi vminm u. f i,-tw w.iut
una pitUbMrg, because, aa he claims,
W 'Jbitaified rrota tbo use o( bitexl
uuts tbrougb the 1910 season will
Uav a hewing oa bta plea la Keb
tuuy. Tke Board pasted ttu cm
otwt U ittor u allow u plvtr a
cMm to Mw tte Ui wsra
McKiuey Mill Robbed
BLOODHOUNDS UNADLE TO FIND
The McKlnney toller mill w.Ir brok.
it. Into by n burK'ar Haturday night
who only procured three sacks of
flour for IiIr trouble. Two other Back
which he had hidden outside, probab
1 with the Intention or coming bacic
for tlit-ni bter were found by Mr J.
H Murphy, tho proprietor, and recov
ered. Mr. Murpby dUcaryriri. tte burs.
lary, which was ronunltled In th
early evening, soon ntter It occurred
nnd Immediately Kuumoned Lair's
boodhounds from Huston lllc. Tho
r!oRs went to work with vim but were
unable to strike tho trail, ta that lit
tle clew to the marauder could b
Rtbifsoi Wu't Rii '
FOR PROSECUTOR TO SUCCEED
C. A. HARDIN.
Ccunty Attorney Joe L. llublnkon,
of llarr.ud. was her yesterday. He
baa freijuently ue-n mentioned as n
probable candidate tnr the democrat
ic nomination for Commonwealth's
Attorney f succeed lion. ( A. liar
din. who It now seems quite certain
will bo nominated br tbo democrats
to Ml out the unexpired term of the
late Judgo Al. V HaitU-y When
askid about his probable eandldac)
Mr. Itobluson declnred, l.oucter, h
has no trougbt or becoming a candi
date, nnd he further does not bellete
that d'Hrrnrd county will olfer n can
dirtati' fcr the office.
Ho far the moit mentioned men for
iho iiKup are County Attorney
'tixlmnn Keenon, of .Mercer, Judge
Kmmelt Piityenr and Henry Jrakisou,
ol Untie nnd County Attorney V S
llurch. of Lincoln. '
Dii Krld.it night December, .'3rd bo--1
1 1 i i 1 1 K at 7 P. M.. there will li0 a
( nrn-tmn tree at the llellcvue acbo"
Imuse at Moreland. After the Christ
mas irm on which eter pupil of tho
trhool will rwep something There
will be it school play by the clihtn
prade pupils entitled "My PreeloiiR
1U lay." The following pupils will tnkn
pait In the play
Myrtle Morgan Mrs Wagill
Marv Coldlron , . ..Mrs. Ilobtnll
l.'un Tlmberlake . ...Mr. Hoblnid
Shopnuu James Hanson
Stanley Nulls Mrs. Laughford
Ada U. Prultt Nancy Mudley
Mtuelia Prultt ...Nurse
Admission to both the tree nnd
play, children 10 cents adult. 15 rent
Pioceeda to go to the school library
and the repair on our organ.
The public term taught by Miss
Knnnle spears and Prof, K. L. Urubb
will clone December JMrd. There will
be a prirntc school taught at More
land, beginning January 9th, and last
ing lour months 'Pror. Urubbs will
prepare lertcberd for belter certifi
cates and pupils Tor graduation In
the May examinations.
Mr and Mrs. Kllen Preston, went to
Loulstllle a few days ago.
Mr Caleb Johnson who was paralyz
ed six weeks ago la still Quite unable
to n.ovc his left side.
Mr. and Mrs II. V Ktwng. mocd
trom Liberty to Shelby City this week
Hn will probably run the Hhelbv City
Hour nilll for Mr. Robert Lc1b.Ii
Mr, Dean and family have moted
Into their property east of th0 bank.
Ilev Wyatt Montgomery, or .More
land has been called to the paBtnmte-
id the Junction Cltv Christian church
for the Ind Sunday In each month of
I lie pecullsr properties or Chamber
lam's Cough Heraedy have teen thor
oughly tested during epidemics or In
luenv and when It was taken In
time wo have no't hoard or a slnglo
ens or pneumonia Sold by Penny's
LIES AT DEATH'S DOOR
mw3$& '" - :
Key. WitUa' 'Sfcekoa.
wan strickea with aa apoplscUt
stroke UU Muay week, la vry tow
al Me awse at mU daucfeUr. Mr.
J. 0. IK4NM aad tA M ai as
DUSTED PISTOL OFF;
BULLET ENTERED SIDE
MORELAND YOUNQ LADY PROBAB
LY FATALLY INJURED SAT.
.Miss llrsslo O'Nan, n popular youni;
Rirl or Moreland, sustained n teiy
serloos accident Saturday mornlnj;
while she was assisting In sntllnc the
bouiH- In order. She was dusting a
mantel on which lay u pistol belong
ing to'her' brother. In' somer'way she
knocked the weapon olt and uh it
t.lt the lloor It discharged, the bullet
entering her sldo nnd causing a very
serious wound, rrom which It Is fear
eil that sho will not recover.
Miss O'Nan waa only 17 yeara or
nnc, and her many rrlends and loved
ones are gicatly grieved oet the
Tobacco klripping Is still in pro
gTess In thla community.
Mr. Dan Smith has rented the Cur
ptnter farm for 1911 near Hustonrlllo
Ardrtlr.M weddings that Is all.
wliat will be next?
Miss Sue Dolllns Is on the sle lint
Mr. Hutiblubon baa moved to the
(ol gnte bouse just tncated by Mr.
Mr. Mack Mobley, of McKlnney,
tuiH the guest of omi of our pretty
Misses ICtii and Yuba Toombs lrit-i-d
flicndA on '5n;en lllter Saturday
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Hubble visited
Irlenile at McKlnney Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry McWhorter ana
daughter visited friend, at Kllisbuig
.Miss liissle Hubble wbo Is attend
in? sr'iool nt Itichmond, will return
huuie this week to visit homefolks
dining thu holldns. - '"' Z
Miss Gaby llradstuw was tbo guest
or Miss llesl0 Hill ol SUnford Satur
day. Mr. nnd Mr. K. Martin tlsltt-d Mr.
Piank AJattli) at McKlnney Sunday.
Mr. I-nrrle, who Is teacblng school
In Unyiie county had his schoothouse
to burn and he lias been tisltlng
Lome folks until another one can bo
Mr llnrrj Jacobs erected some tomb
iones In the Campbell grave yard
-Mr. Sam Yanbook went to HLxt
laud last week oa businens.
Miss IJobbltt. or Danville will re
tarn home this wceK to tlslt ner
STANFORD BOY IN WEST
'I he Parker, Arhona, Post In telling
of a visit to that thrhlng MtU,. city
on tb,. Colorado rlter, by a special
train load or Phoenix business men
says this or tbe part played In the
entertainment by a rorraer 8tnnrord
bov, a son or Mrs. J. C. McCIary and
a brother or the I. J. Editor.
"Secretar It. C. Sautley, on behalf
of tho Parker Hoard or Trade, res
ponded to the visiting speakers. He
brletly reviewed tho local situation
tegardlng tb0 present otiorts being
mado to secure the opening ol mil
Colomdo river Indian reservation,
nnd asked that the Pboenlx Hoard
ol trade assist In tho work or bnv
Inr. lh Washington authorities open
0 settlement tho thousands or acres
01 fertile fanning land adjacent nnd
tributary to Parker. Mr. Huiifley's
remarks met with popular approval
manifested by prolonged applause
v, ,, .
at any time. He seemed to 04ve sjc
cewlully resUted the effect or tbo
apoplexy but uraealc pelsoatiuf de
veloped and ala eatrata ag stake
WHY NOT EXEMPT
Mm rtunnn mnn
a XllimiillU 1W.
JUDGE McQUOWN ASKS PERTI
NENT QUESTION OF THE
The Kranl:fort State Journal re- tainly Increase population and bring
cently published n very Interesting nrosperlty than the exemption of cap
communication rrom that very able 'tal Invented In commercial enter
jurist Judge Lewis McQuown regard- r" H population and general
lug thi campaign which la being wag prosperity la wbnt Mr. Itoblnson de
ed rjr n chnnge In the taxation laws Hires, let him adopt the system lug
of Kentucky Judg,. MrQuown writes: gested, and he-will have it more cer-
"Tho amicable but persistent Mr. tainly than under tne one advocated
lloolnsiji, orr,6vlHllle, has "been vac-tbjr n,m- Ttu einftltty guaranteed.-by
customed to attribute every III which off got eminent will be no more Ylo
befalls Kentucky, to her rallur,. to J-ttcd In the ono icnse than In tho
uu.fpi ,iir naviui ui lAAtluuu. ( IP
not Mtonianing. tnererore that we
are told by blm In a communication
to the Co trier-Journal, that our po
showlnft In the recent census i di
rectly attributable to that cause.
His Argument Is that U Kentucky
would udopt his system, under which
I capital should not be taxed, when In
vested cither in commercial buBlniBs,
or stocks and bonds that he would
.late a larger population and greater
' No more vicious svstflm could be
conceived or. It would create a priv
ilege nnd protected cla(8. Tho rarm
and Its products and Its homes and
property of tnc poorer classes would
no tared nt n higher rate tr.an at,
prcfent to carrv on the State potent'
wealthy class would be exempt. Why
inent. while tbe capital nt this
should we, ir Indeed we could, pur
cnas'e the rebld..'iico here of the capi
talist v 1th th0 addition. It n.ay be, of
u row thousand other people, nt su-h
"Hut tbit- result ol the census has no
.elation to the alleged cause. Our
sys'em or taxation bas detern d no
.in:n rrom coining to KentucK.v, eiiner
with or itlthout capital. The atate
en nt io the contrary Is a bald as.nT
tlon without evidence to sopport It.
Capua! and property nr,. taxed no
heat lor In Kentucky as a rule than
lu t'e other stntes The simple rea- and Miss Lucy Walker Doty.
fcon why more capitalists do not rome Walker Moberly nnd Mist. AngW
to Kentucky to Invest in f nterprises I d f Madlso countJ. drow t,
hue Is that ventures elsewhere seem " '
more rromlslng The taxation here Carrard capital and were t,oon unlte.l
would not, nnd It does not, either re- in marriage at tho Baptist parsonage
taitl or embarass any business that tn u0v. O. P Hush pronuunclnt the
bus substrnco In It. or cniiltal behind ...rmnnv
It Kerv eommerclnl eleiib In thu 'crenlony-
atnte hns bad frequent comntiinloa-l Iller "III he CnrUtmas trees at
lions fiom onpltaligts wno prnpo!i) to nil of the churches In town with tbo
establish bulres, enterpriser in exception or tho Metbodlst nnd that
Kentucky rilut In thi mnjnr!t of ,...., ,.on .... hav distribution
Hit i.o ense the condition or tho rom- C""Krention win nate a distribution
ing Is base! upon a ltrpt. lntestuienl of prevents and candles and fruits
of local capita.' 'and it Is upon the lor the pupils ot the Sunday school,
failure or this" class to como that the( (Jn ,.jnesday aftccnoon Miss Jane
kUitement Is persistently mado jv Mr . ... ..n.rt,ln In bonor of Mp
Jioblnnon triit business enterprises,10' ' ' ntcrtsUn ln ,Donor M";
r.ro barred from Kentucky. " ' Williams a popular member ot
"Hut Oklahoma and Texas, neither the Chautauqua Circle. Thursday
ot which has Mr. Koblnron's ststein' jrs, James A. Royston will glte a
of taxctlon bave Inerea sec tn poi-ula- Mesdames
Hon bevond an) other atates. Other .,,.,,
states In tbe east hate scarcely held W I. Williams and Jennie West. On
their tivt. The Inerotic In the HHt Krlday Mrs. Wm. llurnette will servo
nniued states and the stagnatlnn In a lempina and Inviting dinner lor
populttlon in the last, are not tl-n re- A.aH,moil ,..amB nnrt u-a,
Milt of systems or taxation, nut ',',"" " , . " . ,. , ,.
other local and natural causes. Thoj A banquet will bo held at tbe
failure to adopt Vr. Koblnsons syw-,
tiMii did not keen capital or people
ZZLZX UtermT!do will make enjoyable the gather
Vermont or New Hampshire. U not.lr.g and a dainty luncheon will be bcrv
wnv hns It kept them out or Kcn-
"The fact and truth Is thnt a league
has been lormed by the capitalist
ot this country whose sole purpose
t Is to change the svtem ot taxn
tion. In nil tre stntes. -o that capi- 0p Lo)inKton Avenue Prid.ty alter-
iri;, 'vr v.rs ss& rsK , v
rled or. by Mr. Robinson nnd ethers noon.
in Kentucky, under the specious pro- jr, j, Joseph's many irienibi are
text that capital will como and bring ,nd ,0 k0W he )s able tl 0,Jt ai;ain
prosperity with It. If tax exemption alarmtnp illness,
is nssured. Hut suppose that these icr nis icccnt aarm.ni nine,
rapltalists ate successful In all the Tho Lancaster V. C. r U. has. tent
toag they hqne to be then pro- y, toward building a Union cfcuroh at
tectlon will be alforded everywhere. lr(, iula8kt county Ky. Tliore'ii nor
and no Influx of population or cap!- sat.'imc.t. ,w:,itii .fit J.', t.
tal will follow- it unto Indiana.''' mri.itin lecr.it.j Drui - "
West Virginia, nod Tennessee adopt tho Hlndman school,
the new system, nnd Kentucky should Miss Minnie Walch's music class
nUo do so, wbnt poiol ndvantage .., RUe a rectal In the chapel ol
SrJl?M,&1" " - ""' a ut
and hogs, corn tobacco, wheat, oats , tcrnoon
and hay. has nil the capital Tthlch ho Mr. aud Mrs. Jnmcs A. Heazley
Oksosaea invested In his biminess. wero )n stanrord Tor tbo burial or
Yet his inrm which represents hla Header Miss Annie Mai-
capital together with products or 5Ir8' J ,"- UeaiIe- M,M Ann'' "u
h's libor are to be taxed. He may garet Klkin Is at Home from school at
have ten thousand dollars so Invest- i;ieiidnlrt, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. A. N.
oil. Hut undei Vr. Robinbon'H sys. ,. nf i.iPhninnd. Ind.. are oxnicteci
tout, n rorelgn capitalist may como
and intest fUty thousand dollars In
bank stock or he may Invest It In
a oomtnerclal cnturprlse, nnd escape
taxntlon entirely. h should not
vs.."' j .t ir.Yi,.:,,irr
tied to the same exemption as tho
capital Invested in bnnklng or com.
merclal enterpiisvs' noes not cue
prosperity nnu I rw. u u.e . aiaw
the amount or capital Invested in lslt to her brother Chenauli hi
agriculture, than. In commercial busl- t'.oro in Ulrnilngt.vni. Miss Kmmi
nessT Vet tho ptoposed Bystem will iUShe Hays or Stanford lias boon a
not only not give tho agriculturist ex- ,..., viKitor of Sir and ilrs James
cmptlon. but In fact Increase his bur-,'00' ,l u,tor.,01 "'; " ,"' Z
den." To compensate nnd reconcile A lleaxley. Miss fcmlb hlmnions. of
him tn bear his Increased burden hu is liojton has buen with her cousn Mrs.
told that the population of tho state iy, , .vrpold. MIsse Nancy Walker
"WuSSthi bene,lc.ar.e, unde H"lo.ph. Macoi, CoHege Lynch
tbe proposed system should bo chang burg. 'ah and Martha KavnnaugU of
ed. and the capital invested in agri-Cleveland Tenn., will arrive this
culture should be protected, by "
f!?i,,'0,"d.. XVt ?ll?X
coamorclal business, would the cwpl
taltst, whom Mr. Itoblnson repre
sents, be satisfied If told that thla ex
emption would increase our puuui
tion nod brina nrosBritvT jo
and the ouM aot be satisfied to In-
i.wiu ulbiii:i Uknni marmm wv
create ores1ty IM aeMuatra m
UMa way, ww
"Can anyone doubt tbat If our rev
enue law was changed to that capital
1'ivestcd in agricultural pursuits
Rl,ol,,(I b0 P--cally exempted from
iTvnll.in Ihnl Iho nrlrn nf linrt tt-n,,l,l
greatly advance, that thousands of far
mors nnd many thousands of laborers
would come to Ker.tiu-k. and our
wasto places would blossom as tho
rose7 This would much more ccr-
Ito I'rtsbvteri-u MUsiuuary So
clety met Monday afternoon with the
Mrs, runk H. Markbbury entertain
cd the) members ot the Embroidery
club Inst week serving Inviting re
freshments. C. D. Powell has sold his grocery
and dry good store to Mr. C. N. Dat is
or Clark county Mr. Powell and wife
will clerk in th0 store during the
Jesse Arnold or this place who has
held n good position In the peniten
tiary In Franklort for moro than i
year hts been promoted to thnt ol it
steward with an lncrt&ns In salary.
Tbc Interesting contest "Who U
who" recently held here hns cloe
and the Judges airded tbo prize
?10 equally between the followlnc,:
hM S. Hnselden, .Mrs. Pied P. PiUblj
Christian church Weonesday evening
.. . nf th mmhM snrini cnn.
ed. Various and appropriate con;
mittees will be appointed to make the
aftalr a success.
t.ov. J. Kleece Kobtnaan wm at
home to meet Uth rnenibots of the
, . , ... , ,, . ,, Iarl.s.
J-ntnnlaj ot Wt Mrs. H. A. H. Marks
bury. 11. C. Kauftuian Is In Charle..-
ton. West Vlrglula for a huslness trip
Mtgg KUlel uilton, of Stanford, is
i i.er sister . sUfv hho
Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Hughes and little
daughter aro expected to spend tho
holidays with Uncuter relative
Nwipa Klraoie ,wveg tnl8 week f)r
V(,ek for tDV Holiday. Mr. and Mrs
Menjamln LaUher. or New York ar,
here for a short visit to Uro. K.
lfor tela. veil tmarotred farm
qC ara. Mar ML Satea, toua
kdi aad MiaM taraMMM, ataafe, aad
KS-sT , ': "'-
HIGH HONOR FOR
M,1SS ROBERTA O'BANNON'S
SPLENDID ABILITY RECOO-
NIZEO IN 50UTH.
Miss Hobertn O'llarnon, mo accom
plished daughter or Dr. W. II. OTjhu-
non or this city, has Just been made
lady principal or the Southern Chris
tion College. West Tolnt Miss. ,'Sho
Is perhaps the youngest lady in tho
south occupying so Important a posi
tion Miss O'Hnnnon haH been teach
er or latin and French In the College
tlnce September, and has made an
enviable record. A few clays ago the
posltlcn of lady prlnclpnl was made
vacant, and the president or the Insti
tution very promptly tendered th0
place to Miss O'llannon. The stu
dent body did not hesitate to approve
the selection. Tho Southern Chris
tlnn College Is one or tho most pro
grcssite schools In the south, and the
marvelous growth enjoyed by It hns
attracted widespread attention.
-Major Robert A llurton, n Ken
tucktan, is president of- the college
and the splendid organization is due
Io his efforts. He hns many friends
in Stanford and tluougnout the statu
Miss O'Hannnn's many friends at
l-ome will be delighted to know of
this well merited horor having been
lediowud upon her, and are confident
that sho will fill her new position
with credit to herself and honor to
S. II Sand erg has Santa Clan., at hli
There will be a Christmas treo at
tbe Christian shurch Friday nignL
T. C. Rankin is back rrom C-rant
tllle, (la, where h-s has disposed of
two 'loads of mules.
Pntlo Joe Davis sold hla tobacco
ciop at Danville Monday. We didn't
learn th0 price.
Aunt Marian Kngleman Is on the
tick list. The school will cloie here
J. I). Eadg was in this neighbor
hood lust Saturday on business
Tlirord Alexander bought some
corn nt A. P. Sloan nt $2 In the Held.
A. L. Rankin bought ficrmc HUy
pound sboaU of Win. Hostel at 7c
J. L. Sloan and wife are rejoicing
over the arrival or a girl at their
Mr. James Robinson was taken sick
very suddenly Saturday night wltk
J. C. Kanklu, or Marccllus was visit
ing his daughter Mra. Farris Fttzpat
Mike Rogers nold T. C. Rankin a
pair or 5-year-old mulct, lor 1330.00
W. L. Sloan sold some 125 pound
sboats at 7 cents. ,
There will be a treat at tte Metho
dist church for the Sunday school
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jo0 K. Robinson, of
I-Jiucnator were down to see Mr.
.In inert Robinson Sunday.
WINS HIS CASES.
Attorney C. C. Williams made good
fortune in, the Court of Appeals last
Wednesday. Ho won two cases, ouo
a ltnd suit from Jackson, tho other
a :i,000 persrjal Injury case, from
noil county, in tle suit or Houudshell
against the Continental Coal Corpor-Rtlon.--Mt.
TO OUR CUSTOMERS.
Alter the 1st ot Januarv wo will do
n strictly rash business, gltmg credit
to no ono. To those wuo sett!,, tbelr
aecounts now oninr ns bofoie the 1st
ot January we will allow n ton per
c- nt discount. Wo will appreciate a
continuance or your trado during tho
next vear. JOHN J. CAItTKR
Casey decided to go into business.
i'o he bought out a small livery sU
biii and had a painter make a sign rnr
bun shotting blm astrldo a mule. Ho
Kin this sign placed In front or tb
(.Uilile nnd was quite pioud or It. His
friend Kiunlgau happened along and
stood gazing at thu sign.
"That'b a good picture or me, ain't
It?" asked Casey.
"Sum It looks bomethlng like you.'
said Flunlgan, "but who tbe devil fa
the man on you back?
11 you are suffering from bilious
ness, coBf tlpatlen, tadltlon, cbron-
I.. U..J..ka ika&n. . ' .-".! B.
i unuur, n(iri w. vrni law 1
postal card, bend to Chaabrtala'a
Medicine Coaipaay. Den Mo4bm. lava.
with our roaj and addraaa pMtaty
oa tbe back, aad taey wilt ferward
you a rrra aaataM of CaaaksHala'a
u ur tatdata. mm t