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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 12.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, 1911
tl A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCr
AT CRAB ORCHA
$5,000 BOTTLING PLANT BEINO. I
8TALLCD OTHER LIVE NEWS
FROM THE EAST END.
Crab Orchard, Ky., Feb. 13
Crab Orchard bids fair to do tho
blggoit business of Its career In th
settling of Its famous water this (ca
non. The doraand for H ha grown
to inch an extent that the White's
Concentrated Water & Balm Company
which bottles and ahlps out the mtjvt
portion of the water tent from nre,
hat been forced to greatly cnUrg
Its plant. A new 5,00 bottling plant i
Is In process of Installation now and
other Improvements nre being mad
which It will It Is believed, enable the
U a hustling proprietors to handle their
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Mt f5JTTlin WM4-V4- T... .U..-WH (,....,.
er . iinsuwi ana smomereu me names oui,
Work on tho enlargement and ex before tho akin of the baby was hard,
tt-iulon of the Crab Orshard Sanator-.ly touched. 8bo did not ho J late, but
lura will begin u soon as the weather, with her bare hands fought out the
open up for spring. At prcsont the, flames and was very painfully burned
Institution Is unsble to accommodate herself on the hands and all over thu
the lane number of Datlenti which
wo coming In. The Battle, Crcok
method employed here In connection
wliu ncc to the famous Crab Orch
ard water, "We made this Institution
ry popular with Invalids and some
rtrtalrar.iA nnr. rinffn Kaii otfctfH.
Twenty new .room, are to be added to
the sanatorium. J. L. Bpltler, thrown
er and manager tea associated with
him Charle. Bchemmel, of New,K,rt.'
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ag.tuent, steps will be taken at once'.Morgau who Is very Jow with tu'beicu
to nut the Institution on the moat
subitantlal and modern basis.
The purcnaio or ino ceieoraica oiu
Springs hotel by Xlol John Robinson
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was a very popular move here. These
r iicrrrvi.antirBr. iinii n j 11. inn.
two ate now the role proprietors and
will have personal charge of the man
agement in tne luiure. ;oi. iiouinion
Is preparing to move nil or nia inter-
cits froit. Msrcer to Crab Orchard
nnd will be warmly welcomed as a
permanent citizen of Lincoln county.
A new firm baa Just opened up for
bjwlnets in Crab Orchard, which Is
meeting witn mucn ravor. in0 uuo RCt better,
of the firm Is It. C. Colyer t Company,
and Is composed of Roscoe Colver and
his father. Judge P. I). Colyer, former
ly county judge of Rockcastle. Judge
Colyer has retired from the practlco
of law, and Is Interesting himself In
gottlng his uon started In a success-
ful tmstniBS, The
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llrm or himision tt uoimcs anu are
installing an up-lo4ate line of gro
eenea and general merchandise.
There Is no more htMtllng business
mnii In IJneoln rounlr than L. I.. San-
ders, who runs the general mcrchan-
disc establishment at tho crossroads
In tho center of town. Mr. Sandera
Is a "llve wire" all tho time. He has
built ud a big trade through advertU-
lng and keeping the goods that people
want -n prices tlwy can afford to pay
Maurlre 1'erklns Is back In h!s fall.-
er's popular store aftir a short trip
through tho west. Somo of us thought
that Maurlcc was going to locato In
the Umo Stor State from his glowing
description of Wichita Falls, but all
are filad be is going to rema'n here
lor Crab Orchard needs more young
and progrctslve business men of his
Cashier J Carroll Bnllcy, of our
I ank, I being urged to tun for Shcr-
Iff, and If he decides lo, would swoep
nil thl nd ot tho county. He would
i.lnloubtedly carry the Crab Orchard
prcctnds In Iho general ele-.llon, alto
someihliig thnt few democrats can do.
While n.on everyone vanls to fee
hm elected therlff. If h. desires tho
place, there would be general regret
over losing mm a t-asaier oi un,
Crab Orchard Banking Company, In
which rn.ltion he is making a splen
did official, posressng the confidence
and rsirom of all.
A do'lgr.tful dance was given horo
Frldar night over the drug store,
whiih wna participated in by a num
be r of the Stanford young men. Some
n-.'gh'y rrt-tty girls were present and
everyone had a good li. A couple
rf IK. vl.ltoi. are Ud to have had
such .1 good time that they "fell out"
ever It and a llttlo personal argumenl
o er the subject developed before the
evening was over.
LEBANON STAYS DRY
Judgment ot the Marlon court was
upheld by the Court ot Appeals la the.
rrvi'L'' r.,;: -sr."
Th !5 ' Auagu.t"n mon'whlch
Lebaaon, August 11, 1910 In which
the city voted "wet" The ground, of
contest were that the election was or-
dered Immediately upon the filing ot
the petition requesting that It he held
n-ft. .... f Ar.nal savs that an
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elKtloa caanot b. ordered until tho
sit term of oourt after the petition Is
Dress Caught Fire
LITTLE MARY BLAIN FOSTER HA8
Mary nialn Foster, tho three-year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D
Foster fiad very narrow escape
from being dangerously burned when
her dress caught fire at her parents'
homo on the Knob Lick pike last week
Quick work by her mother, who hap
penrd to be near, was what sared
the little one from a serloiti, If ot
fatal, Injuiy. and In rescuing her dar-
ling. Mrs. Foster, wp. qu'lo badly
burned about the hands and arms her
The child wag standing with her
back to an open grate, and got too
.close to the blaze. Of a sudden her
drills burst Into flames, which quickly
ran up the back and singed off her
beautiful baby tresses In the rear. Mrs,
S,.-r tnrin. to h Hill on In an
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D. Boone bought ft pair of yellow
mill, tnr 13(50 from Marlon Mink.
J.ph Henion of Bomcr.ct has I This isgtvcn to each one Interested
been filing: hi. sister Mr. "Dock" 'V dva"ce S,an ord- education.
Ruell. I!lyn,and erw 8e- Uow n,a,J' tbl
Jonathan Kllburn 9f Whlte.banc.,'dea,t rcal zcJ " r wn good town?
inn ,. ft...i.n i.i. ...i.,. Mr. inh,. " llleory iugt mentioned lti undent-
Henry Urummctt, lately of IliU
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place, has moved to Mrs. J. u. uws
ley', farm near Crab Orchard.
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running the prouuci
nnd peddling wagon formerly run by
. 11 i Antr la riinninv inn iirniiiinn
o. II. Canon & Co.
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continuc on mis route mis cumin;
Charley Russell Is fcllin out pre
Jvarng to g0 to Indianapolis where ho
The tobacco in this section has all
ntout been sold with tho exception of
fe?.- who aro waiting for prices to
Mr. It. K llorton was out buying
rattle list week.
Misses Klla and Stella Leach visit
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fui innip siiinr vra it h: iinrinn ijhi
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week. Mr. Cralg Horton and Jir. liar-
ruon 1'cck called at Mr J. H. Harrl-
son's to hce two pretty girls.
Mrs. L. Gooch waj the guest of Miss
wii. i.hn H.i,m. Iht. v.
Mr and Mrs. W. a. Skldmore do
Hghtfi.lly cnleitalned Monday night
n honor of their guests Misses Klla
nnd ytdia Leach and Miss Lontla
Mr. It. B. llorton and family aro vis
tinB rulatltsii at Eubanks.
.ss Sarah Smith vl.lled Mlssoi
MaR?0 and Merclo llorton last wcoV.
Mr Odas Ebbankt was visiting at
iMt ,))oco Sunday.
Mr jj, muton has been on tho
jir. Oba Francis called at Miss Lou-
j,. uoocl.o'k Sunday night io sec hor
prctl Rucet. Mr. 1. C. Robs "called
on 0IU, of our pretty girls Sunday nf-
.rhero will bo preaching at the l'lens
ollt ,0nt Uapllst church Sunday.
Jtt,t Master Roy Horton was tin
RUo-t of his giandfalher Tutsday
Mri Gcor80 RCynoldB called at Miss
yaraK SralUl.s SMnday afterncon ,0
,, h.. ,,,, 11BSt Miai Mecle Her-
Tho ,CEdenCe built by Mr. J. M.
n,..(,. ,H illiri, romuietL-d
A TRACK WALKING RECORD
(Mt. Vernon Signal.)
lloone Bennett the veteran K. C.
trac'K walker, has a rocord of which
iew men if any, can joast. He lives
near Dudley, this county, and has
been walking track for th U N.
j - allroad company on tho K. C. dl-
,ulon ror nineteen years. For six-
teen year he made the round-trip
every night of 21 miles of track, aim
for the last three year, ft, ha, been
cnlng over a round trip of 12 miles,
During tuese nineteen years ne uas
walked over 132.780 miles of tracK at
night, besides the walking he has done
In the day time. Ho has only been
n."?. aVe.rnga ve0: """ "l"
week's time In a year.
Among uums suited to me wmaow
ornament, tho "primrose Is undoubt-
ol the most valuable. The
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whole growth makes a compact bou-
qUct u ,g a contlrjuai bloomer and
the flowers ara fragrant and beautb
MORE ROOM NEEDED
FOR STANFORD SCHOOL
LOCAL EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
INADEQUATE TO CARE FOR
This town and community may well
boost of her progress and educational
ly and otherwise but we are now In an
"u,,ua " ,ormca '"" cniia - wei -
a" mrerenc. ! o determine what
lis VlAaf Fna In.. MhlM.an ftf rm m Attn..?
Is best for the children of our com
munlty a well as cltlsens and taxpay
ers. Not public imagination but a
public sense of duty or a senso of
lubllc duty should be focused upon
6 w"f,0f lin lnevlbf l f,ralnd
" '""stance to the child and future
'lllens' cbJldrea " tnJt
,h? fer of "UlencSS Of SOUl It para
mount to the fear of littleness of for
tune. He who sees the need of so
cial and school betterment fills a cry
ing demand and will show to all the
keenest and highest sense of public
Let thy high manhood sacred be,
Then lilt thy calling up to thee.
!e tnie yourself and thou shall find
An answering echo In thy kind.
Keep thy faith with men and see
How men will keep their faith with
iably KOod' lf not th- bes1, ,Ie who
runs mm- r.nn lh il.mnnfl. rf mif-'..
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'school system. None can gainsay tho
fact thnt thu Rtsnford arhnoli rpfleot't.
I ,, , , ' ' 'nt'ard. Mrs. McCollum is trying to make
thoultl bn a eivlr nrlrin. Thnft- h.ivn
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I'en a cultural, benellclent and muni
,... u tm..i.,Dt!..uIn a. u m..u, ard gunday schooIg front rank oncg -
ficcnt awet. Wo m.w need more'80on. ,
roow nna uereage(, facii,e. Patron8.
ana citizens, look for yourselves. The
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anhorlsm we must educate Is now tnbp'.
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unKea '"' tne " Question wheregat& t0 the BoyIo county ,ncet
'"ro , "e"1107 T" c0 ,Iec nr-, which convenes Wednesday April 5,
p",y "J0 01r V!t . " (at 2 p- M- t0 choose a dclegats to tho
,f , ? , . "esStato convention at Bowling Green
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force Is taxed to IU fullest, even lf
sultana Quartern wer hnd. Th.rn'
SiSJ rt ISlTr m5"w?
enrollment or less than 3. and to,
the primary 'and high school, rave(
SIL manm buMtai la in nil The
at tli0 main building Is In use. The
rooms at the college aio uninviting
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uiMuuimrj uuu uuuco uimuiisiHiiory.
,- , bellevlne. let anv doubting
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," C , see". a pu I
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the purpose or intent of the Board
ol ""cauon, ana mat is to gei mo
moii ullaole school house at the least!
l,0,,glbl0 cPnse to the community
" "' e,uucu - "" " aiu ui T;eek 0r ten dayg buyIrjg n gjocjj Misses Lula Edrington and Edna
u,8h school, could be phen gprlng good8. Call nnd see them. Glllock desire to return their sincere!
po&esslon of the property now heliiRj A,r GeargG nout( hag been sick the thanks to the patrons of Hustonville
0CCUPltl1 l'y lllem on Maln treet, com past week at JIr l)odd "R0UtfB. Telephone Co., for who so kindly ana
modlous and sanitary quarters rouldj MIgg c,eva Routt ,g g,ck wl,h the substantially remembcied them with
bo made out of tno proi'oy- Would mumps presents that aro highly appreciate'"
tn,s not bea Publlc benefaction. At Mr charleg Coffey Is visiting rela- by both.
tne PrMent statues the district cannot tlvpg at uIlrnsdei ( possession given In ton dayj to the(
,r,x fr 8cho1 Purposes, a property .,rof Grubbs has taught five weeks, buyer of unquestionably the best farm
over wn,cn u na' no contro'- Tll.Ho began with 12 pupils nnd bus en bargain In this state. About 200 acres
looms are llely to be condemned at ,,.,., 3S to uate and g0Iue foilr OP with elegant seven room metal roof
nny tln,e and then-lore we can see the f,vo 0(htfri) aro to gtart oy March Eth. dwelilng large metal rooX barn, tenant,
demand- jlla ha,, started a graduating class for ' houses. Over 100 acres river bottom
" Ule """inonplace vlituo of P"'-Mny 12 nnd 13 nlso a F.UIs tablet book laud. Terms easy. Write telegraph
Mc Uu,y bo uppermost in tho citizen- keeplllB clasgi or call on Wm. Ray Box 82. Huston-
ship ot our good community and coun Mr. Frank llmke's store on the Dan- Mile Ky.
ly a concorted movement may bo made .e nn(J nliatonvllle pike has been Eight two-horse teams stalled Sal-
t0 tno cnJ thnt the mo8t 8"lta,,,, "finished and his stock of grccer os prday with veiy small loads In the
P'aco at the least expenditure and thus nB been .mt n novv noted -Tinsley bottomlesj mud
Protect the taxpayers If the property, Jr w w Duncan nr Elizabeth hole." It covers the width of the pike
,00 occupied become the Permanent I ,own foinler schoo, comnKioner of 'and Is near 100 yards long and Is Juit.
possession of our public schools and Hftrd. counly g laUug hg C01gh, I ,-ast the Lincoln county Hue and In
thug avoid the necessity of rerpetuat- Mr. J. Henry Hankla and will temaln! t-'aey about 100 yards.
lng the tax, or Increasing tho tax rate.'. . .... .v. Mr. U. II. Floyd the Geneva raer-
It Is said that tbti can be done, let(
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luutt- educate is predicated In
.Instance by where shall wo build or,er amJ , n HankIa r,e!,aent
educate! What to b0 donoi i.et an
with one purpose unite In the most
healthful public sentiment and In
crease those things that do most for.
the public good. Let us secure con.
ceiled action In malng the strong
est asset oi any kind In the communl-
ly for. Tho riches o fthe common-
wealth. Are free strong minds, and
hearb. ot health.
And ln0Ve to her thou bold or grain
The artful hand and cultured brain.
Peck's Bad Boy" has always been
the strongest magnet to attract the
juvenile class to Its matinees; and no
doubt this reputation will be fully bus-
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bright dialogues, attrncttvt) musical
nurabers. artistically blended, mak-
, . thn Ratent of matlne., attrac
on8 for 'll0 children and equally en-
tertalnlng for tho older class.
Iter. Father Osmond of O, S. U., of
Danvlllo has paid a rlslt to his con
frere, Father Leo. O. 8. U.
Mr. Christian Jacob has sold his
farm to Mr. VS'lbbsIs of Uartelto, III.
We hate to see Mr. Jacob leave our
1912 should be the year for aitab-
lUlilng a creamery. Parties are clear
ing their woodlands for pastareu and
are looking for milk tows. A chanco
for thoso that want to sell theirs, but
iioistelns prorerred and provided they
aro good milkers.
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uri. tun rwoatiia is on a uoa uai,
Mr. John Wcntzel will have a big
sale soon. Let It be undcrsUod that
be docti not sell out, altogether, as he
has not gotten rich enough to do so
No wonder If the moat has such, a
high price here In Ottenhelm, If a cer
tain city pastor buys up everything
from head to tall from our stores.
Goats nre all sold and gone. There
Is only one left In this town, any buy
r should call on Mr. Mcli Welntjes.
Whoever denies to make good time
kindly travel the road leading to Ot
tenhelm or leaving our place Whose
Junctki City And Moreland
Ikirn, to the wife of Mr. John Hill
a flue baby girl.
Word has been received hero that
a fine baby boy has been left by the
itork at the home of Mr. and Mrs
James llrackett In Stanford. Mis
Urackett was Miss Sadie Ferrcll of
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. McCollum spent
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oowiruuy muni .nonuay in urao urrn-,
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'-.uuu. ico junction uity anu urao urcn-,
wftii iiiftj juutiiuu v.iiy uiiu Lruu uit: -.
ard gunday SChools front rank ones'thls
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". nwumau muc uia
Camp No Ui342 met Tucsday nght
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May 3rd, 1911.
Mr w K nrackett Is very tick'
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wnn tne grip. mere one nigni ia ween, wuue e iana ana a nanasome-moaern house, rarebit and sandwiches were served
MF- W ' S,n8,el0n ,S V6ry '" f r0Ut t0 S6e "" bCSt f18' :h "VC Mn BrWn aDd faa"y Wl" m0V at S2 "n" Tanner siZ at tnt
st0mach trouble. near there. After stalling, they un- once. 'chafing dish Those present were
Mr. John Purdon will start for Tex., ' hitched their horse and arter getting ( Lancaster friends learned with sin- IIerman Gan'n Sam Beck Mary Dee
tb 'aSt f th'S mUit- "e wll,bc8 tolhIm 0Ut' had t0 '" and SCt the'r CMe "sret f th a,arm,Dg ",ne8s of Deck. Georgo Rlffe, Leonora Rlffo,
,oca(e there buggy out Mfa Wm R Ga,neg of SUnford Mr Futh'Tanne
Mr jeB.o nQni, WPnt n iinotnn1 Milton McCormack leaves In a fow'nnd mVn. nnino mH Hni,h mi... - .' ft... .. .ft. ,.
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a caud. hi uuunv i un sii.ii miiii kiiiiii
biock ior ir. joe ti. wngnt.
Miss Emma Fltzpatrlck who has
been vgIlg her niece Mrs. C. R. Mc-
CJure ,g ,pcndng a fow dayg wltn re.'
ifttivea In r.lberlv.
Mr G B Pr5lu went to Clncinnatj
jajJt ednosday. He will spend a
The E1Ijah Ub,e CIaga ot he hrlg
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Hnnrt.v with Mr x a Ri.ri,ur t.nh
Us natonaI certulcato No- G06 arrjvea
Wednei.doy. signed by Marlon Law.
.i-'p..,,..- ,,rili h,R ,iI.,prminH tn'oeorg. McKlnney has at last landed
geJ1 h(g rurnUlre .,nvately nnd go borne safely after a serious llluess
w . during bis visit to Hominy, Okla. Ho
' cmbba and II r'l Qt'lto feeble yet h-iwever but !
' " lno8woodUj' ' oti(r.wiy Improving.
5T fleo" sS thU week I ' aaUt,ome y0l'n" ,a-,!c"
i iioSr. F Iobnin aiTd David Mc whoa nan-.e we arc -Kuestel lo w.-.h
L"0""'h ,or a .Uort time. Is arranging
. CJ"l?JyL?'a; K ' Ly to assume the matrimonial
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who set himself on f.re about a year
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I Miss Ruth Keane has quite a Hour
S SsSTiSioITed a let-
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l. ""'"" T ".r.;" p" .7
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cola in the Pacific ocean saylns hoj,
of San Fran-
wiou,d vuit home by way
Wnte LeKborn and Barred Plymouth '
eggs for sale. w. 0. Montgomery,
WEST END COUPLES
171 ADC TA ICIIIfA
LdiUi Li iw JLiiitav.c
POPULAR YOUNQ PEOPL'E 8UR
PRI8E THEIR FRIENDS
NEW NEWS FROM
Hustonville, Feb. 13th.
The sensation of our community
last week was the elopement to Jelll-
co of (Juy Ulllock and Ilessto Lair
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William 11.
Lair and Willie Jones and Miss qraco'
nfunnallav ilu n rli a af f nA ll. I
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Tom Nunnelley. They had no trouble
to elude their loving parents. They
were married In Jelllco and Jones and
his bride have gone to Indiana while
Ouy and his better half returned home
to ask their loving parents for mercy,
and all opportunity to work their own
way, to success ana nnppiness.
Frank Vaughn left Monday for Loula
vllle where he goes to have a dlffl -
cult surgical operation performed.
John Foley one of the best black
smiths in Central Kentucky will open
a new shop this week In Geneva.
Stella the 12-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Richards near
"KarUston" plays the violin beautiful
ly and hai a remarkable musical tal
ent that should be thoroughly culti
vated. Mr. Oeo. A. hubanks attended tne
funeral services of his son-in-law
Charles Crites last week at Wilmlng-I
V Two colored men caught a two
bushel sack full of fine large turtles
along tho creek last Friday near the
home of Cbra. Piles.
The street lamp on West
jttreet refused to burn four weeks past,
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ine cuy aumoniies seni uurncr io do
repaired and evidently it was sent to
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liurope or u wouiu nave oeen duck ere
.mencvn" Is Btlll iun,rovin and ,
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uw uuuora buiub uii nuu uuBiucB3 m
every lino Is good. Buggies and
iwagons repairea in guuu suape auu
j auick Uuie by John Foley & Co., and
all work guaranteed. I
Six horses are now necessary to pull
ft half loaded wagon through the Tris-
ley mud hole. James Hall and.noger
Hicks measured the depths of the mud
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iiiavrt aua m uaui. uu.. aua uiiiLutji,
tne aoum Auanuc league, inuau
Georgia Crackers are clever, nice and
eood people-,and wo predict that Mil-
ton's work will soon bo the best draw-j
.Inor card In the entire "South Atlan-
tic" League or any other league south
of Mason and Dixon's Hue.
chant has bought a nice little farm
.i,h .ru.l tninrnv.mi-ritii near the
tabernacle at Jumbo. He will con-
'tlnue his business at Geneva with the
able assistance of his bead cleik.
The numerous friends oer tne coun
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vnw iinriue the coming summer She
vows du rlui th. ramii
Cw. Hriue the coming summer She
lg Tc,, ow,, in
well as in your city.
Misses Annie iuuu ....Bv., -.-
Cormack are the guest, of Mrs. Dan
Tmvine near Stanford this week.
Misses Annie uuuu uu wwnn;
Tenn.. Is visiting his numerou, friends
i. nd retawves here this week. This Is
his first visit in over a year.
n MrKinnev moved i
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. juctun w
Monday to the property recently,
bought of Jno. J. Allen. Mr. Alleu
moved to the McKlnney property unui
be completes bis handsome j bo"le "
tu0 ioi reicuw? -...
A Lexington parly Is coming here
this week to have quite a largo and
difficult Job of dental work done by
our local dentin.
We are glad to welcome again to
our city Mr. Abe Newton and family.
Dunn Sandldge handsomely enter
tertalaed a large crowd of his best
friends on Friday evening from 7 to
11 1 M.
Howard Camnltz and Dr. O. S. Wll
lifting left Monday for New York City.
Dogs killed 2 sheep Wednesday
night for K. J. Uodbey. Five for
IJdilaii Bishop, two for Bam Ford
and one for John Russell. Bloodhounds
lnuW .scaped prisoners from Camp
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bellsvllle jail 7 miles In country to
where thoy got Into tho -.vehicle.
Mrs. h. c. Button was hostess for
the Tuesday Afternoon Club at her
!guburban home. The decoratlom of
dainty talentines and tho tomptlng
luncheon added much to the gather.
Mr. J. Flceec Robinson of this placoj
sola a combined horse to Mr. R. M.
Kdwards of Memphis, Tenn,. for $350.
In turn Mr. Robinson bought a horeo
of Miss Jennie Hlgglng for 1G3.
MrJ. N. A. B. Marksbury entertain
ed the members of tho Ladles Aid So -
Clet. of tho Baptist 'church at her
Mr. J. K. Prather sold his raildence
grocery and meat market to Mr. John
a. Ross for ?2,500.
v. n. Burton bought a f Iveyear-oid
toad horse of R. D. Moore for 1223
Mr. Burtoh bought 2 horses In Rich-
niona for IIUO.
Keen Beazley a worthy colored man'anj ner charming daughter Miss Huth
. ....'... . .
es years or age died at his horn. In
Duncan town from a stroke of paraly-'
.Is which ho suffered about 2 weeks
V v.i-tin... n .in h. t,i .
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nere waay. Aiany uainiy vaieiuines
of various sizes will bo sent to some
oi various sizes win oo seni io Home
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0i iancasters lair maiaens. for as
Byron says "Love will find Its way."
Hughes and Swlnebroad sold for J.
t. HolUclaw a portion of his proper-
ty and house on Stanford street to
Mr. W. H. Brown for 7,000. The
tract contains 19 acres of valuable',.., rnlAl,v niht with lunch Welch
... ,a" Tiaay nigni wuu luncu. tteii.ii
- .. ...w.
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muiv vttrs rcHii ! i b ni .unrnuinr wrv
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a numuer or years, having moved to,
Lincoln some four or five years
xhe Woman's Club met Wednes-
rto. n.nMn of i,. rv,ri.i ,,,
and Mlss Edna Mason was leader, The)
subject being. "Tho Bunyan Dryden
reriod." (interest Is manifested by tno ever in-
- u. jj, Herndon has accepted a do- creasing crowds. Rev. Audrew John-
r,uty collector position under colles- on tn0 noted evangelist, la dlrectln?
tor Denton. Ho will bo stationed at tne rorcea on ""e firing lines, preach-
Richmond and his territory will com- lnB good sermons, which are both en-
prise four counties. Mr. Herndon will tcrtainlng nnd instructive and all point
begin his duties March 1st. to a successful meeting. Mrs. Johnson
j0bn W. Walker who has been ill,'3 ln charge of the music as organist
u the Elizabeth hospital in Lebanon nnd ber solos are superb renditions,
for several weeks has sufficiently re- holding the audience as If charmed,
cuperatcd to be brought borne. Tlle chapel was crowded to the limit
Tho Ladles' Aid Society of tho Sunday evening, many standing in the
Christian church will meet Saturday aisles. Subject Saturday evening was
nfternoon Feb 18th at the home of "The Four Arks," on Sunday night
Mrs. Rebecca est on Danville street, t "Rawing a Straight Lino and Making
Mrs. T. J. Price entertained on a Balance." Everybody Is lnvit'd ti
Thursday afternoon at a handsomo attend and take part. If all those who
reception. The color scheme green are listed under Christ's blood-stained,
and white was carried out in every de- banner at this place, will only Lear
tall. The honor guest was Miss Leila thelr "sMs and blow their trumpets
Grant of Danville. Delightful refresh-'n harmonious unlton. then shall the
ment. were served to the guests. wn,la oI leTlco fa,u
Hnrvey Yantls ot Indianapolis Is I Tho business meeting appointed tho
wlth Ijincaster relatives. Mis. Ethel following committees: Pres. P. F.
Waleni la In Lexington with relatives.
Mm n c trin Kr r4miiiA v.... KAAn
tne ,,Uegt of her narenti Mr. and Mrs.
Thompson Arnold. Miss Kathleen
naniey has returnod to NIcholasvllle.
Mrs. Emma Kauffman Is visiting her.Joraan.
.. . ... ... r, t.- .. ft,-ft. I T-Amnornni-Jft P R PArtUh. 11. T.
uroiner Jir. juun ureenmai oi mcu-
mond. Attorney J. E. Robinson and
wjf0 were recent visitors in Loulsvlllo
.LJ ... Q U11DDUV
EAJ" ?.' ? , ,""?: .
r Mr Ld Mr. J6 ! MuEl r
,r, "' f "Z'r '""J "
this city, died at their home here tat
k. and w "" ed '"ft.00
Wa,ker of chr,gUan church of
"mel"' "e.r "" "' "!" T "
ufti.L ... .,...... M.An . n raitVir.il .
which the young man was a faithful-
member. Toung Murphy was a bright
mhltIoua vouth was attacked bv
nd "to." wd . Jj
th? dread tuberculosis ana wan
J FC ot Z
promising young man.
For Bale.-t W acre lot on Main
jjtreet, has barn and all outbuilding?
Uoautjfui building. site for residence.
Unford Real Eotate.
WOMAN WHO DESECRATED
GRAVE WILL BE SENT TO
Mrs. Amanda Harrlton was adjudg
ed of unsound mind at a lunacy in
quest held In the Lincoln county court
Friday. She will be taken at onco to
the asylum at Lakeland as soon as an
attendant comes for her. Tho trial ot
the woman charged with dosecretlag
the grave ot Oeorgo 11. Saufley was
held In the court room before Judge
Bailey and a large crowd heard her
toll her story of divine Inspiration for
he deed. Mrs. Harrison also told of
other occasions upon which she had
been Influenced by visions from the
Almighty and everyone who heard the
unfortunate woman was convinced
that her mind Is unbalanced on reli
gion. Uy appointment ot the court Attor
ney, J. B. Paxton, represented her at
Mrs. McDowell Fo,;le and llttlo
rTmiirl.tAr IAlhrlnn Ijia nf Yrw.mltf.
'nre the guests of her parents Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Murphy.
Born, to John Sluder and wife on
Wednesday a fine girl.
Tho lady Maccabees met with their
record keeper Mrs K J. Tanner on
last Thursday afternoon. A social
, meeting was tlie order of the hour
nfter a whlch an decant lunch wa
terved. Mrs. Tanner acted as hOHtess
' nraiided at the chaflna- dish
nreslded at the chafing dish. The
coora of lne tlve were taitefully dls
nireci Bnd all the ladies left feeling
h0.W l? iV.8." I.l . !.f ..J
J- """ "" -"
ously of taking
a course in steno-
Jonn rjulweber of Covington was
fa)llng on frlend. here Sunday,
uluIe Murphy spent lout Sunday at
Sou,h Manchester the guest of Miss
Tn0 MUseg Gooch entertained on
ijra. i.nnnaru nreaenna at tee inris
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nan cnurcn aunoay morning anu nigai
Tue big revival at the Methodist
church Is in progress and a growing
Kennedy, Wood Peters, B. I. Blanktn
I Visiting Mrs. P. L. Tnompsou. lrs.
- O. Kennedy, Mrs. 8. C. RIgsby.
Miss Besslo Holtzclaw, Mrs, waiter
Lunsford. Sam Holtzclaw, John Dud
derar, Rev Thornton.
Music Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Akets.
.Mrs. P. F. Kennedy, Miss Mary Car-
renter, Wood Peters,
""-"uV- J' E- RobMt- F' U
Thompson, P, F. Kennedy. P. E. Par-
8ftm loltIcImWi M Law.oa. John
itev. Johnson Is a guter scholar
g unrivft,edi hg work Ht
ly ln demand; only last week was In
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."celpt of word that his servlcea were
vanted , Canada jn8 time Is moit
ly engaged 'till in 1912.
FOR 8ALE OK RENTI
26 acre farm on good pike and near
good town 1 1-2 atory cottage 0
rooms below and two above, two good
barn, and all other necessary out
buildings. Place well watered and
fenced. In SDlendid community and
w, ge cheap Bee L R Hughes
or W. L. McCarty, SUnford, Ky.