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The Stanford Interior Journal.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY. JANt'AllY 2Uh It'll
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. t.
$1 A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE
WORON DEPOT STARTS
WATCH FOR THIS
PLANS DRAWN BY L. A N, OF
FICIALS PROVIDE FOR HAND
Just u fcoon a spring open up
(ho Loulsvlllo & Nashville Itallroad
.(Ifmtany ."w III begin lork on Un
Stanford depot. All doubt that the
new station Mill be built watt disslput
cd when tiupt. K. KBr.vder, this dlr
liilon and Koadmastcr Burn tamo
here last week and went over tliu
tdans for the new depot with Local
Agent J. 8. like Complete plan
and speclllcatlons (or the building
liao teen drawn up by tlio eoiupany
Those who saw the plana say that
the road la preparing to give Stan
ford ono of the most up-to-date mid
alRlitly stations of tbe present d
It la planned to hare tho structure
i-xtcnd the whole length of the block
lacing tbo railroad on the north, with
piobahly about twenty feet on each
nd for an approch. It Is also plan-
Wfltch for tho new serial story
1 which will soon start In the In
terior Journal . It Is entitled
"Alias Jimmy vaicnune, una
tells of tho exciting adventures
of on ox-con let Tell your friend
so that they may gel In their
(.uliscrlptlons in time to read
the first chapters. It's n corker
Don't miss It,
SHAY PELMAN MUST DIE,
APPELLATE TRIBUNAL AFFAIR3
CAPITAL VERDICT OF LIN
Shay i'cllnian, tho negro assailant
of little Nancy Itanklu, must die for
his crime. The yourt of Appeals af
firmed tho death of the Lincoln Cir
cuit Court l Ills case and li Is now
then over the Preaclieravllle and Can ..... , ,h. , ... ,, ,lm- fnP
aan tutnplko to this place and back lo
Mr Pavid Dyehouke formtily of
this section, but later of Uoshen, aged
1:.'. and Miss Mary Molly Djrhousc,
aged 23, of the 8wecue) section of
(lorrurd. were tnnde one last week.
Mr Dyrhouse Is a flno fellow and lik
ed by all. Ills bride Is tho only daugu
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Uyohouao and
It, both popular and pretty. V8 ex
If ml our best wishes.
The Daptlst brethien o( last Wed
nesday railed Kev. Anderson Cor
mollis as their pastor for the ensuing
The MUses Puyr.e of lcbanon June-
ned to have a driveway In the rear so tlon, are guests of MesdwnesJ, P.
that passengers and bagguge may bojl'ayno und J. P. Bbaw. Miss Ktla
hauled directly to the door o( the. Thompson, of Ho)le, la a guest of
station In Iront a long sbcu "HI ex ImIsj Hallle llrown In Garrard. Mes
tend the full length of tho station .dames llayden Naylor and 8am Ram
lo the tracks, thus affording prolcc',scy, of Point Leave!!, were guents of
tlon In all sorts of weather to those Mrs Levi Hell. Mrs Mary Naylor of
who are boarding or descending from Kowland Is with ber daughter, Mrs.
trains. ' , Paypo Tor a visit.
The material of which tho building Aunt Jane Naylor who was quite ill
will bo constructed has not yet been I much better Master William Ulan
i:acll'l upon, so the officials say but kcnuhip bas been quite til for few
will piobahly bo bilck with atone days but Is better,
(iltnuilngs of an artistic character,! Mr. T. Y. Shaw who Is a hustler u
with, n life roof of the most attractive the raw fur line, buying practically all
I attorn. the furs In Lincoln, Garrard and ad-
It Is expected that as the electric
chair Is now Installed at the Bddyvllle
tenltentlary, Pellman will b the llrst
let Ira of tho now method of Infliction
or capital punishment In Kentucky
Pellman will b,t executed on the
data that the governor fixes unless
further steps should be taken In bU
behalf by friends or counsel, who
might seek to have the governor com
mute his sentence to life Imprisonment
It Is hardly believed however that
anything more be done and tho
prompt payment of tbe penalty by
the brute for his crime will be gen
rrally approved b tho community In
MRS. BAILEY SUSTAINS,
POPULAR WOMA.N SERIOUSLY .e.
FCCTED DUT FRENDS HOPE
FOR THE BEST
FORMER LINCOLN GIRL I
, CORRECTS MISTAKE
TELL3 TRUE STORY OF EXPERI
ENCE SHE HAD RECENTLY i
WARRANT OUT FOR WILL MER-
SHON CHARQINQ hlM WITH
Uuder n warrant sworn out by Sol
Klmore, Chief of I'ollcu II. D. Carter
nnd NlgtU Detective John Mceka have
bet-n on the lookout for several daye
for young Will Mcrshon, who is harg
d with forging the name of Mr. El
more to a check for $1170 which he
caihed a) tho store of T. 1). Ham-
tuonda on the Danville pike. The
lad got some goodi with part of tbo
rnouoy and took the balacp of the
check In rnsh
TnU Is not the onU Piece of "devil-
went" Uld against young Mcrshon for
It Is believed by the officer that ho
had a hand In the robbery of a freight
car on the I,. & N. while switched lho oamo ot guticr and there I be
.r ... II...... h .m nUlil. nmn Th. !
Ull Ul Jll'1111, U IITVV HIKIItB UftW. -
The following is sent the Interior
Journal for the purpose of correcting
n grievous Injustice done a former
Lincoln county girt by the Cincinnati
Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 15.
Dear JSditor: m
I wish to correct a mlitake (
through your valued paper mado by
HERE'S THE BEST OF THEM
To every one who sends us $1
for the I J., cither as a now sub
scrlbcr or in renewal, before tho
1st of April wo wilt furnish a
ear subscription to the Ken
tuck Firmer fiec The Ken
tucy Farmer Is a monthly Jour
nal devoted to the agricultural
and live slock Interests of Ken
tucky and tho south. If you
want to take a good farm paper
here's a chiince to get ono for
nothing. Better hurry.
the Cincinnati Post. Bcforo I came Lot E. C. Games, the Insurance
to Penmlvanlai ifcom Cincinnati, I -anca8tor. Kep your property
T.uiHi-u mere 111 H IUUI1UI HUU UVOJU
cd on Walnut street with a woman wy
car door was forced open nnd a num
ber or pairs ot shoe taken rne car
breaker, who ever he was, evidently
had assistants In the Job. The office
have found where several ot tbe pair
of shoes were sold and hnve t-nough
evidence they believe to connect
?oung Mention with the Job
Mershcn wnt some time In the re
camo acquainted with a man by the
name of Fred Mlnlx who had been In
troduced to mo as a traveling sales
man One night ho proposed to take
ino to a Etiow and I. being a stranger
In the city, and thinking him a per
fect gentleman as I bad known hlin
eat some time in ine re , lwo m0nths, thought nothing of accept
at Lexington for break- . ... ...... .... . " . .
Ing Into Cummin & Wearrn's s'ore "' ' v.wuon. e men iook a
and lor other misdeeds In Cie rlty. His
May at Oreendalo seems only lo have
hardened him a little, If that wen
poiiiblc. for he has evidently been
pretty busy ever since his return. The
car to go to the show and after riding
a while he pointed to the house and
we went In
far until I
House Caught Fire.
WHILE WAYESBURG LADY TALK-
ED OVER THE 'PHONE.
BLIND TIGER BOOZE
GARRARD COUNTY YOUNG MAN
KILLS HIS FIRST COUSIN
Waynesburg, Jan. 12
Mr. Ashford Johnson lost his hoiipo
by fire Thursday. It caught from the
cooking htove. His wire was doing
some cooking and left the kitchen
and went to thu phone and called up much under the influcnco of liquor
and he at once drew Ms pistol and
fired at his cousin. The wounded
Lancaster Ky. Jan 23
A killing occurred at 9 o'clock
Thursday night, near Buckeye, lo
North East Garrard, In which John
Calico shot his first couiln, Irvlna
May, with n 38 caliber pistol, the ball
passlrg entirely through the head, hor.
Ing entered just above the left ear
nnd passing out above the right ear
Mjy lived about an hour after the
It Kcenicd that John Calico his
twin brother Willie Calico. Irvine
May, and John Wesley Dalley were
patting along the Uurkeyo road, some
of the party Intoxicated when Jobtr
Calico turned to his cousin Irvins
May, and asked him for another drink
May Immediately passed CMIco an
empty bottle, having previously Imbib
ed all Its contents himself. This en
raged Calico, who wag already vert
Mrs Steele Jlal nu mi Mem
her mother and while talking board a
I had not gone veiy roar In the kitchen and went to ses
discovered something what !t v.a& and in opening the door
nrii-or V4ivo no nosltlve evidence i wrong. Suddenly ho entered a strange u,e i.re Hew In hor face. She ran
hut they believe that ho with a routed looking room, and f was Invited to sit bJck to tho phono and ralicd a fire
erale were the lads who drPled ftev-i . . nm. -mi i.im.luin. i.,., i,nrr on h.i.. ..m .
eral holes around tho lock or w. . ,,,,,., u. ' V . .
White's store one dark night several '" 1 Mlnlx I said I thought we were tlicro lho house was gone. Just a
weeks aro but failed td get In, j to go to a show He said we will few things were saved. Let us all
Chief of Police B D Carter his g0 ater ,ead eipng i,ana ana replace tho
been on the boy' trail or.d , the rent, , ft fw nn ffl
he went int.. a hou"e hunting for finely drcss-d lady and asked me J Mr. Huyden neynolds came near get '"t considered reckless and wild
1,1m ind found that lad hail Defn mere where were my clothes? I said I did Hug an evo put out wiillc doing some
but litteen minutes before. Marshal not rome ,1CIC to gtay- i started to carpenter work.
-Mrs. Kliza Ferrlll, of flow land, Is
' '" ,'l'riiiffo'niiil relieved thv twain' ot a con- bill but I did not know what she golnc to movo back lo her old homo
It Hoti'I pp 0 Fiuii(;ghoUi and other parapher- meant nnd would not ace
raan was carried luto a nearby house
when phjulclans soon discovered he
v.-as In n dying condition.
.May was 34 years old and leaves
n widow nd four t-hlldren, while Cali
co his slayer is only about 20 and
single, Hoth of the parties were re
garded as peaceable men, when sober
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... .. i....i. r ...Mnvi... 'iiv pmiiriii
wiui a revcu' .)u-.-ytic siini:i ii!J- "'m ul -"u -i , V- rf. " show She offered mo a flo dollar
Kr'i. night wl s ttln lit lur piersnon i " t.-, j. , ' t". : - -
. .. .Iiieo and relieved P'e twain or a con-
aattnient at Utc Kt Asaplt lioti'l . cinmrahntd nml other naranher- meant nnd would not accent It. Sho m in flu? nrini?
Htanford clllxens and all tho&e who joining counties, frequently gels large, conversing with Dr. J. (5. Carpenter nalta of tip-todate uurglnis and ties thc Mlnx tte moner. ll0 accented it John Jc.hnt.on. of Somerset Is visit.
have occasion to do business with L. lots of pelts from n distance of 75 Hcr wnoic right side was affected peradotH Mx. Clem .called up the tnanked her. , tIlen began t0 Dg r,iendi here.
it N. at this point will greatly appre- nilles and not 7 as your types, or tho nnd sho was deprived of tho power of I10 lce. ,r. s.;verai.,,..T V-Ti T. .n'.naki n n. to ,n nt ih. iv n xrrrsmnc r 'meinnn.i i,nn
elate the progresslvehckH nnd gciie--, "devil" made us say tceonUy speech. Dr. Carpenter did everything 'lanlcd bt it seema he overlooked ! Then the woman said "you go back'ieturned home after a long Visit with '"!" fP" f NIcholMvllle.
l.w !.. .i.ll.M.1 In nUill1T LO Mill- f.-irmorC In tllU HeCtlOn (leCUl'lnx - ).... m.ll.nl a.U.n... .mil. I r.. . i .J - ,ht- allnnAil thmilffhl . ........... . inOUlg WCTB ITOm - 10 i, iV
vw " "" "- -.... -.( -- - ,u. ..t. 1..-1 ...v..... -v.,.v, vuu... .nunioiu m... u ..,., " iana get your domes, ana come leianves ana incnas uere.
... . ... . . .. ...... r..- K .... i.......m .aa.I rn .Mitllni. nnf ' . .. . . i. . , .uA un...lA nf lli l-il nlllrf-rfl. I
quicKiy to ine request umuu tu. u.iu..i...Uur., m v sugges! nnu sue & ornciun. impfov,u. ' '"'", ',: "," no,,t iC straight back or I will have you arrest . Mrs. Deans Hays Is getting along
ly out of c'arfc of a.c, antJ tne son of Mr. and t'd." 1 said yes I will come back if you nicely. Think she will be out In a
will let me go I then ran out and ran few days.
tniion heie. It has beon only a few tills year's crop of tobacco
months since the iH-tltioc. asking for a Phil II. Thompson bought a sow and
new depot was filed and such quick pigs of Mrs. Williams for HO, und
-il nt thin tin. n. lint naf rntlrel.
------ j vcarti ol age, ana me nun ui .. "
danger. Dr. Bailey who Is at Mam- j,ril w(ll Mcrshon of this city both
moth, Utah engaged In his, horplui of whom vuo highly respected anu es-
a .. i tll.ll II.... .... I l . . AailAAfllnSrl 1 I li A
action on the part or lh rsiiroaa is sold :s gooa uogs to run ui " vork, wae telegraphed and It Is ex teutneu anu r.' v"c'"1"' ""-
,Clay Arnold, of Garrard at about 7o.'pected that he will arrhe here within " 7, 3 r" T" , n iffe
n very rare thlnir.
to the corner and screamed for tho II. Mitchell the monument m-iit Is
when drinking. John Calico It, still
when drinking. John Calico gave him
nelt up and was held to the grand
Jury without ball.
Malcolm Carter, of Teatcrvllte, sold
C ihoit8 to Wm. Hainey for $20.
Miss Marguerite KInnatrd gavo a
teccptlon Saturday afternoon to hr
handsome young cousin Mia Sail fl
standing the Inclement weather s
number responded to tbe Invitation.
Tempting refreshments were served.
Mr. Itichard Ballard age 72 years
(J led alter an Illness of several months
Lt Ms home In Bryantvllle. He wa3
police Two policemen came. I told fixing to run a general lepalr shop a wealthy capitalist being president of
HELD HERE BY
a few days to tie with hla wife. i
Mrs. Bailey bad little warning of,
tlie anproach of the. stroke. -Shu had
rresh. roasiea peanuts at Newland"? "been engaged upon soroo work for Ihoj
every day I -Missionary society oi tue rresuytcr-
i them my story as quick as possible, at this place.
They said you go to tha houee with J. M. licynold and wife are visiting I
tuaand. .tltop tts-thg raan that took kiaiolks In "Mlssburi. ' '
jou In there. Theyetiarded me in Mr. Lone Truo. of McKlnner is not Afternoon a tho home of Mrs. W J
Ihrnnvh tliA hnnin-iml T ihrnrnj thou, K hl.nealf himllno ,lnar fn- W A 1 West On Danville Street. Mission
the Bryantsville bank. Tha deceased
is the father of Sheriff George Ballard
and Mrv John Ballard of this city.
The girls circle will meet Friday
'!'""- -.--" --. "'sr tiks:
AFTER SEVERE ILL-be man that brought me in there. Horton la out
It welt known that Stanford can,
I.,-. -..i...i a frp, annnlr of wall to make a social visit for a few mln-
naucr. J. U Ueatley. jutes: Suddenly abe arose and remark
ed that tthe could not think of wha.
Study, will be the them-) dUcmwed
.!. H. Johnson and Mlas Bentrlt'o
Tliey arrested him and the woman -Mr. Sam Prultt's step daughter Handera were united In marriage at
and all who were In the houso and I died at hU home here Thursday and.tbn home or Klder P. M. Tinder the
(wont uiti, iii nnii.umn. i ihn n-iii.. ii. K..W...1 oi i,ri cinint I nonuMr Christian minister, he seal-
... ....u ,'v,,x.vti v mw Hw.,vo "o uiii.w ni . .M0M.b a. w...v. i .., , w, ..n- H1nlf1a.t
'lBR llieir IU3 1" "IS U'li '
- -.-J t
ItlS many lrieUUg VHt UC fa'"" , rmrf nml ftioro thnv liuilr tt.v toati . Unmn nf nil, ninnln until In ll.l 1
ttoast of talent along manr tines "qual Best companies, ow.t rates. In- Bn0 wantea t0 My and then the stroke know that Kev. J O. Livingston Hlmony The-n I went back to my board kicking on our stock law and have Tne Mary Walker Price Chapter of
to any city in urniucay auo n u sure your piwucit w-7 caB,e anu sue naura uave taiieu w improving rapiaty auer ....t ... ing nouse anj reSumed my work. gone so far as to get up a petltlon'the U. D. C held a jacKson ana ie
not been overlooked. In order to Newland. 5-100. lUe fIoor haa not Dr. Carpenter r,CS8 and opcratlen. Tbe following it was shocking enough and this was against it. Guess they want to still", Meeting Thursday afternoon Jan. 13
fcuumlate thoie who bavo neglected - .0TTifw and caUEUl hcr- concerning this beloved minister and corrected fence against their own stock' and. "l "B&u S,Sram wMamnsi
,o "stir up tbe talent wlthl,, them" a' buU" to C'fy .Bd t Once before Mrs. Baej tvd a Mi toeM ,. contributed b a friend- hrou.h paper ftg many of eVerybody cIae.g. Try it and taen kick ' 'SiiSt
also to euthuse those who aro making Ulioko of similar nature. She la n ou Saturday Jan. 7th 19U. tuc news ijneoln ar.rt other nlarM Mlu Elsio Slncleton will teach il Miss Lrnnlo Mom was called tu
rn..l ihe t.niiortunllles offered for cul- i. i: to ttnwiand for foodlwoman of snlendid vitality, however, .nread over the entile community ot . . .,.., ,.,. ...,).ir..i , , ,i, .nhnni t,,.r hinninn- tii Plnevillo by tho painful accident be-
.'.." . . .. ,.' " ;"""-;. --." . ........ ..... .. . .......... ... i i- ri.. '"'" ",r "" !" i..."."-.iu ... i..c ."v.
ture In this aepanmoui oi cnucui-.ou ana cneap pictures oniy ou i"-' ana toon recovered. iter- uii ut Die serious uincss oi um. o. v.. ..- p , oj,inklnc tl: kind cdltdY for fGth
PHONE 'YOUR OrtOERS
T. D. NEWLAND.
the Woman's Impiovement Club of dozen
Stnuford ban laid plans for an art cx-j
Ublt in .itlcn all who have done oil
painting, water color, cluna painting.
cmbiolde'n, crocheting or any other.
handluralt modern or decaded may ex j-or rent. Blacksmith shop m More
dibit the name, by communlcatlns jand. good location lor .the. right man
with the commute. Slake n list and j,py to Mrs. PrUcllla Brownt Moie
a dtserlptlon of what you would tlko a,, Ky.
to oxhlblt and send lu the Secretary I -
Mrs. SheliDit Saulfcy. as soon ns con Don't forget. - Let me build that
luiiinnt vviiiuarv llth. Is het apart hmmn for vou thht spring. I can
for the n-ceptlou of all -who want to pcaite yon. Will Stone
Wslt tho exhibit from. S to !' M- and Builder.-
tmd iront 7 to 10 P M- Tbe large and . -.
comtortnble loom In the rear of the v hattple ntj' ofoal at nierlgt
State a,k k. Trust Co.. which will xSiS'
hnrait-r bo theheadqnarfers ot tho ,", lv"1lc-co'" )!tru'
Woman's luipiovcment Club, will be i.-or .ae. Vuro bred blte, Wyan
lutd tor lho exhibit . 'dotte robjler 'dustln "Sttraln. f'l each.
1'rue will bo awnided for excel- (M y. j;Unnelley.'v .". Mji.
Ii.nce. ifiiiihi-r notico given) c iu-
friends are sincerely hoping that ber tlgslon. And as" the hours wore on t)is g e
lecovcr.v from tnis atteciion njay oe there seemed no posnuie cuancu ui
as quick and complete as her previous j,,. recovery. That home was darken
experience. - rd, tho loved one j .were In tears for
It seemed the ono who had alwajs
n . q been so dear to 'them would sooir
UaVlS MOre pags over, "Death's RUer." to tho
- ' . i .1... tliA linnil rf
groat oeyona anu cju(i mc ....
tbe dear Savior, for whom he had
MRS. EDITH ALDRIDGE ,
Miss Sallle Gooch Is visiting her
sister at Ludlow.
Kd Surber has t-old his faim
Mtu T.MHh tl.im AMrldirn. HIpH. it t. .... itSnhnt. cnt.l Mi-itwi .nr
HVrr 11IU . . . m..M... ...., ... -). -..- .-i IUIIII-S .UI.Ut.WUie rJ n - -.
i.nmp ' '.fought the greater part or his me h t Qf her parfnts ln Uai.,.ar,i t((ll 0f Somerset two MeaMtld flllle
.... , .rt... l.,tlft M.YT fnr . . r..- C'lAA fl. ..tn tvt'n . vnl .-.r.1.1 nilllaa
Deceased formerly '" f """ "" x"" - ' r "
,r , ... lor j-ui.u".
r,uirerei wiui ,. (, iIanKin st,j,,ned another load
some time. Sho went nt ini tn !i-nntvlllv--r.n.. List Satur'-
. ..... ... " -."'J- " .
the all Wise .t'OU wuo B' "it". " , fia.- t-nln Imniur thn rlnnnie ,!:n-
I 1.1 ,H ..a nml tL-n lmllpVit He . .1 -ii.. r t? Tt.il. .., nml ilf rlAlte,!
... . . . ... i . .. bmie nun i ", " - tuiiiiil icinrn imr Men 111 nut return .- - --
. r. auhuis iiuiigui u ......u vua . ... nnKW.r n. ..rnv. - ; -- "--"'-".', natives it Crab Orcnnra lust week.
I.. Andiron for $15 and a colt front ,UI,B '"" hi .nome some imee monies ago. n, w s weaver ?pH his tobacco crop
Moc Pit n. an for ioO.
.- Sain Delancy is lejolclng over the
anlval ot a fine gltl at his
,1 ot a tine gltl at his home . "n,B"l1 lur """ ' ' " i." ,or tbe Come or her p.
Margar,, Coleman who has, I"""- " J hSne Hkr Counly Jan' im '
Mslt.ng .elativet, In this wcMon, '" l,r"aUI,rri "' "f. resided in SUnford.
eturned to her' home lu Clncln- '" ,l,e' . ' V. ' t,l Z tubcreuloshi for so.r
fell her cousin Mr, Charley Simpson
n young man 21 yeirs of age, He
was struck by a passenger train anct
patnrully hurt but not fatally
W. B. Barton bought ot Cawood and
rhnmnsnn of North Mlddletown tt
mniPE j io li vears old for J'J.MO.OO
ot McClmtook and Clark of Paris 15
mules from 4 to 6 years old lor j..'j.
and P5 mulec of the same age at ML
Sterling for $190 00. per head.-
Wallace Cornelitson age iv yea
;md a sop. Mrs James White living
near the varraru nne mei "" "
atid painful nccldent while out hunt
ing. He struck at hU dog with nU
gun which was discharged the shot
entering the abdomen The .-.youth
was brousht to the Lancaster hospital
at once but he died a few hours later
irom Internal hemorrhages.
Mr Marshall n Denny will enter
tain -the Embroidery Club Thursday
ers. , n-an hnneil. the Tould be SD.ired to -t lipnal.r nt ? rftnta.' He also sold
A . !.. I ... unnn Ilia lll.ll AT nffllrtifltl ... .. . l n 1 w -nn... OAA nnn,l I .. -. t.HM knn.l.nmA nAW hfllTl'
Ittrhnnl Dvehouse and wire haw do- 'vs "" ' ' ' cheer tie nearis oi uear ones in ir.e urown ar.u iimjh wiw -v.. i"" oiieruooa ai . u..uw.v. --"---
Kicuaru ujeuouse ana wne nun u , .Li.rU t. . . i .. r .,. t h- .ioiUnrr vvh .. , im., Avenno. A dainty re-
jiei nm ui-11-..-u Ult....v.. .v. ... flUure ag sus nat( , Ule pa8U Ulll us . vu.-. . - - - ,,.,. H"" "",".,., euests
1' ,. ,,,,,. h,,c .rr . vntn ,hn isi. . . .. . .. ... ...,, .imsi. i w "" :-.;;,- w".-.-,
..., me. ,.1.0 .-w.. y T
mIiI.v.1 ttt. ninl'n Ihnlti IiAitIii ul( It Vm
.. . , , , ., , , , whom "no has preached .'Jesus
nvuhoiiM' I.Ih fitthei who now resides: """"' " ' ;
... .... ... ii. ... rnnUe thU a notable .. .:... ... . ,r., B.i' ' ' " wno "a" uvea
, ,iv .... . ...- - ffjui umjnu nm uviu. v'vvum .i...u. m
,. T, .! ' il I
... ...I.- 1 - i 1. i itanKiu ousu
years upon years 1111 iueir ejos . ftrst nk ,n ,he BolJcu rhaln wal a jftck coU fof-23000
enwaru eacn uy .u t.iuj ""-" .broken the angel of de;
blesklnes to rest upon mm. i.et ua .
,II&1 Will J tlVI'"- -- fc-
l. L. Hubble, The incaster hospital haa several
' ' I within Its confines. Mrs. Adam Kel-
.. r:i " .. ; . .. .- -. ... -. wtuitMVMtn wi .trt-t .. .. ...
sueces- K- . em re y iny - we dei.ro 10 inan, 9ur - ,.. . . t0 be dolK we ug cou, not wait to scatter lowers pon n.s dauBMep an(i ,,
ol the lown. .Miraiwiiou 11 ee
ti..ahmntH wrved at 10 cent. .
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,Mr. J J., Dickey, Presldeut '-"
Tte- tiMiiUm? tleli' orders In
..... . .. -m... .a Mn narva t. ..tn..!..)
)triXe. 11.11 Oil US WttM "C LAH.H.M. V7 VllCVl.-U. , , .
-W, H, Hlggms. s. J. Pollard a widower of 40 and
Miss Naomi Wil.on age ii were made
The me of MrMuta 'lblnd!ey,
Biave dear ones, ow u, vue 11ms Qf app R ncmbei. ut tll0 Baptist ueU Un m stnck.
ItrlllR tlieui into ine nome anu m-uuer cnurch aa ,,cr pue ,fe wag one that
atu entered tu Mr. Wilson Atexanoer oniera iu iey nas just own npi-rapu um
w- lU bW-! other load xtf muies snipoea iq iiiui gjitwnijieiii ann u' r- '", !t i.
:. ,, ol . lasit week. He H In soutn west ua..-j0aks Is III or pneumonin anu w 1-
Sho was -1 years j , , , h o h.n, do'ngiriaim are honing for a. deJded
them ou'bls sick bed. so that tho .-.... ,.,.r .. cro..n in the great-be-
'..nMA ihA.AAr wilt lirfnn- 1nv trr- . .. .. .
,ui """'". u, h iin.nn nt ti. hriiie Wed. "s"ul "- --' yond. Wo hardly reconcile ourseiveu
liuunehol.1 olfocts was postponed rrora ' ". ' . .... . .. .hi. o,ii. Manv of our loved have ... .... ., ... .. i ., .nn
t .;.i,.v to Wednesday. Jan. 23th ftt nesaay Kov. 5tn ny Jtev, j. uouDy 01 "-"-"- .' .. .,... .... '"1 B'"3 '" """ .-
W H. CUMMINS HAS MADE SPLEJJ
DID OFFICIAL AT PREACH-
.hnnim In her condition.
Miss Minerva Cox .the, .baniie
vourg daughter orilr. and -Mrs. Pen.
oleton Cox entertained a number or
her Jnends at hr home on Stanford
.. . r. ,.i.i. rr.iih.rintB were.
y "l 1. 1.. , eii.l.i iiirn.,.1. hi ...... o uncTnuuil 1 P nftV TOPLAV IN l".r 1 . V
- ... .. .. .. . . s'l'isii ill misiiii tu v. iiiidl is vin .. i .. i r a a.. 1 1 am iinw u cnii ni isuvj will s mmr . - - - - ,, aT-rtfi -
MO o'clock. See ad foi description oi near nee UCK. iu relative ami.-"-,- mu , . uui uot. torBouru. un -.- .. I .I.',, v MrRnherta wan th- lead-
'fcoodS to be or.r.- rilenda net hint n banquet at 2-1'. mJ'Ipw Thank Uod we feel he her . of llfP( ,Wk ,el beom, tht 30UTH THS YEAR. Mr .11 U h f
7t ,;.r,Bini'' V ye caleruina tho be 8,ared many yeari' for PU borlaon of our vlJon the fragrttnt' - club, which wa, held at the Christian
tK. D. Pennington who was appoint- (n 0ar .Masters cause memory of her beautiful life llngcra A dl-iatch from Lexington says that t3lrch. The subject discussed s
ed county surveyor uy juuge uanoy nmt..Ma . nMMlnlM ,, . finn w,., ttbidc with us for manr day. Milton McCorn.ack. of Hustonyuie. or ,ne Norwan Period or uiguaa nwiwy
" . it.i... i th. iit.. fanni .. .. ati..a r i t inms
accepted the position and was awom
lie u tho'flivt
gvaphophonn and anecdotes and
Lt. b'nek and white spotted dog
whltn ring around neclc Black specks
i.-i 1 au& nirid An l .. atiKa Af (ft InmAi
... m ani nurnitns us .in- i uun s.uusia rna mnnv irieiiun s.fm i&s. ...
A dear HtUo boy, father, motue r "r..f" !.; nMi. i ,. winner of o..ht.. r .h. n..hhin neluhborhood
h . d, To one not accustomed to chewing , w(e gpptil w j Kenney. Mom- sisters and threo brothers are left to t)p 19l0 ppnnant has been sold to tho wm D Kjad to knew he Is recover
., ii or suioking tobacco It Is liable to. land. Ky.. It. D. No. I 3t , piourn her loss. Her last words, on Albanv club of tne South Atlantic ,nR from an attack of lllnew of Mver
5 dCcl make him sick, but there are men' In earth, to loved ones were "meet me League, the deal being confirmed by'al wt,pls Mr. Robinson IMJe father
i 1m no w"e n,m ,CK' T " "f are .?. RURAL ROUTE NO. 3. ;.,'.. .,, .M ... President Ba-on. of ParM club. In or tn(. affable County Attorney J. E.
Preuehersvllle. Jan. 23. 'l " a since,
vi. w u tn.mn.in. tho efficient cffltlal suivcyor the county
. ?.. ..... u . i in 'i v.-um. all others laving
ttn.timfi.tr ut mi. iitacu. una 9iui --
- .1 .1. . rtt 1.. ....... . Ih.r.i tu nn - . -., - ....v .v . . ..... ha.iv iii nMBl,1.nl
in neaven. mnerm cr... -":;.-.;-:. ,i.,. f.,r taa nennant. n,ihi.n
Washington. Mr. C has sorved Uncle laiy attacneu. nowevtr mi. i i. to 1(je M theJr UyM nnJ aro TurnersvUIe section conducted, at the Unca&ter cemetery fd-orm.cjt. Who wu secured fron .Mrg. Welton Lewis died at the home
Sam here fallhlully for about the last Ion has already round .ome miaine be-'sol'd thMr tobacco to Ware and Moore at 10:30 A. M.. Jan. 14th. Tho remain lne Lexington team won 17 game of hr daughter Mrs. Rose Hlbler In
thlity vears except.ng a very .nort attached lo the Job and has raked thero b(en .inelol.Mclv.nnev for 7cenU per r-mnd v-el.c taM In their final resting pl;.nd l to -W-J &.P-a J' e"!? yeShe
time when tbe office wa in cnarge winter rop raised. ', , '' ,- -'". ;;- ,"--1 hr: "."C It Is sweet to Know we an win mee . - - and wai oul cf - - 8rIoug acc,Jent Xm
of Win. lone ar.d Jobu I.areiice. - Savile Doana who had such n nar- ;.V ... .- n ni.-,wi her while we mourn with her lovou h f y.. reilt of the season .rniiine and breaking her hip. and nev
t i.. .1. .- i.ii... .. n .s nna i --
both deceased. Mr. Cummins has been l' will .oil to the highest and best i
i.i. itr i. i.i .i I m. ...i ..ii hi. ..in.... ..i i.im nn.a wa linnw thn. wnmB dav (iod will iic hn. nntlrel.. recovered and Is re- r.-m-pr(! from the effect of the
cur toromost merchant for about thu bidder at tho back residence north ol accidental shot M to J II. Scarborough for $100.00. ne the Vell and we will see that.ported as being In excellent Xoun.
i... thinv fiiH vears. He Intends to railroad on Lancaster ...i -M......u. .M1'. Scarbdugh
i:, active werchaudlilng as Ky.. on Saturday January. 2S. 101 1 .,torc
retire Irom active inerchaudlilng as Ky.. on aauiroay J.uu.ry. . w..
Loon as a successor U named to care " Uou-ehold and kltchett turnlture.tt,u-
. S .. .IU a.I. ulrl.kl.jin ft
r.-i t,- Alnr. h. niniln HSVe SDIC11QIU KUIIU u.llk niUTO.l- i .. .... . ..
ior inn oiutw. "" . r iii, .hiir .Many persons una mumseivcs ai-i "it " '""" '""'"-
application for tho office and seems folding bed. Ures.er ami Mo"N rhnlt tccleJ wUh ft pcn,uteut cougn urter,')ought nearlv .Ml the tobacco between
I. Scarborough for $100.00. ,-,!, the veil and we will see that, ported as being In excellent Jonn. fail.
xJugh will run a 61-ocerv , . where tilcie g eternal peace an.li irh. , h.
black smith shop which are I anu wner " ,,e ,rl, .ioUter' still ' Tno mc.ratlf , mebers J"
ded at that place. Mr I ir- -IP'n ln tuat ?real :loI,,ter', b,,u ,Kew Jersey Legislature .nominated, ...
...u.. ... ... .-- ...
ham will go west. jnesi. anu fieciusion,
Ware and Moore, or JicKinney navw py guardian angeis icu,
James B Martins for United States
Cincinnati Jan. 24th Cattle
- 1 at -!.... nllJ anAn . ..... . . L J k. III.I.I....I mm tt A A I 11 M It V llflAd rfttllFi
. Ln-a nn otioositlon yet. Wo uuder- 8iei range nean siuu unu "t nn atiacx oi inuuenza. as mis cougn iiifiuhhu ....,......,, P. --"
to havo no opposition yet. u" articles Plaoo to sell can be promptly cured y the uso of Ing from 5 cents to K cents per pound,
stnnd that n move Is on foot to ei- otter-useful articles, nauu vo namben(1,n.5 .ouu Kemedy. It The Mlraele Bros., have made rey
tubllsh a lurul joute out of Crab OrcU tfiivateiy. , '.noutii not be allowed to run on until iral hundred ties and Imuled o Mack
bate win oegin ui i -. . -." . becomes troublesome, sold Dy Pen iiiBtetnu or .Mctvinney wi-u p-u.
W. j. RANKIN. 5-3p-. uy' Drug Store. them CO cents per tie
She lives whom wo call dead.
James li warun tor uuura om-n .-, .,.,,, malkel .feady. 10ifl
Senator which wa, a great victory for $ J',"1 n 1 9
Wootlrow Wilson. B23 Vommon $2 5S$I Hogs Ke
ceintu 2.7-Hl market BWlOe lower.
nrd. bv While". Mill, to Strlngtown,
to HammacVs store In Garrard and cain.
la..m.i THi-r tavi.An nmnll tlntr ... a ... f-nAniSt Mini,
r or Sale.-Small stock ot dry goods 0e"r-CIa get M'B. bf 9lnutwfcwlM
notions, groceries and two lie poll- w$ . M Sarfcrtrtow, 154555c lower, JffU5.
Crab OrcSlCy "' "" ' Lamb. ff50c lower MS616. ,