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iTANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL.:?
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 18.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24th, 1911
$1 A YKAR 8TRI0TLY IN ADVANCE
CUT UT OF CROP
IS KCLAKEI IK
iLEXINQTON MEET(NS A5t8 WITH,heW FDruary ,3U. " HoB- j8m
SHOWN THE RE80.
The cut-cm t waa declared on at tbe
-seeting ef tobacco growers In Lexlng'
.tea Mortay. and a bard fight will be
stado from now on to prerent the
inmttg of the crop this year. Tne
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BRlw CIiu givea mo louowmg kcr c ,,( WrlgbL J. W Cocking. V.
.account of the meeUng there, leading 0. True. Claude llutier, John Bluder,
off with the resolutions, ai folkwnsw. n. iiughMM u A. Mastln. W. J.
-Ue It resolved by the tobacco tow.;Dubcm a At Montgomery, C C Smith
.era and representatives of tbe Durley jaj. Uooch, J. J. Durban, C. L. Piles,
In the city of Islington, Ky., Feoru- nd U, Blngleton&ipeflntefldent ot
Tohac-cwnton at n convention hold 'common schools of Lincoln connty,
ary 2(5, 1.11. PBd cajdnen. w Landgraf, Jaa.
"FJrsU-Tb-t the lack of organ!, T Mnmly, and Geo. W. Hunn meni-
tlon among the farmers, and the low bent of Uncoln county hoard of edu-
prices or .tobacco, are destructive of
Kentucky and alt Uw Hurley growing
"Second-That tbe only remedy sug
tgested la t cut-out of the 1911 crop;
,B7nltlhl ""? baV.' ,,av 81uW to W. thence
lag con.UJered the reporl. from varl- .. oj (VCU1 Iflce ,nclud ,,
i-. counties, "both aa to acres nctualy' .,. , ,Mrlr J, . . , ' ''
Pledged ami the general sentiments of tho,,cu ,0 Wck Coor l"--lns him.
the pple. believes there hi a largo nc l0 Coscr"' '"eluding blm.
mejoflk In favor of said cutout, and t,lcnce. U,e "ttD"B Pork bridge,
we hereby WBle and declare that no "J'.' S' Munhy place, tbenco to
tobacco should be grown this year:
"KnMrJi,Th. .. ..ivi... .11 ,w -
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er to 'refrain from making prepra-
lions for a trop, and hereby request
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reportort h tb0 heauMuarters of the
Th eonvontlon nf nrlv ti.Kaen,
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'ZZU? iSST' "J
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hear reports from fourteen counties
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ugxvted by tbo Durley Tobacco Bo-
clety. with about 176 men nrewnL
liassed a r.otutlon declaring Tor a
cut-ut of the mi crop, only three
fTS!i .u - . .
CMertbU, cnthwdasm was majU-
ii'ito i uuuth in iTur Hi ia eui
ouL but when Uie vote was fakxn the
men did not vet, but a majority ot
thpso pretest arve t6 their feet In
snpvurt ef tbo resoluUM.
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USD OI UiO HieBIWBO VOUU'BBUBSL
the resclutlBB tvAs Mr. Clarence Tte,
reprwenxii Lincoln county. A inn In said proposed traded ceuunon I3 duo to weak Wdneyj cjn be ouwno "'". --' "-;"
mrUHHT.Wumto dUbtet. herein consented " "-r'
ror hU county with U .UteTt tftU Uc MUbIhment of the said propos- in8 Sment leaves nL ground for-
about LWfl out f 3.W0 acre had Ikb od graded common .fchool dl.triot. dwbtf , fJaA CuU KrA
pledged t tho cut-oL and Ut bo and hae cBdoreed their consent In' Mr"- B- Salter, Hill St.. Lancascer.J UflHi lHMt$fli TMC
bad bt, lostnictod to cast tho cwuntar riUng upon said petition, nnd it fur- r" .?. l" J r JM . '? ,,ra.l,!"? '"
vote ,n favor of a cutout if t though tber apr.ng that G.rmnd S,ll S S lVerZn' NRPBII S!"
tbe exorceaton from oUu?r couoMes Superintendent or common schools of excellent remedy. I have not bea D0WN 0ti McRPBmTS rLAut.
nould Jus.ty It, M the timn be Uacola cvnnty, has consented to tbo w,u,',ut supply lb the house for A servant.g hou-jo behind the rnsl
Uouat Ue sonUmeat did npt JJJaUfy cutellUhmcnt of tho said urouosed dl fSy- Vt'ellu w ba?k b!0.l"e" denco of P. M. McRoberts caught flro
... -ud later hla vote was oast aghast trjet. and ha, endord ? XtZ&KS: Ml !t5,SS2S &rFE&
tbe raMluUea. In unltag upon tbe aald petition aa Uat 1 hud serlou Kidney trouble I ut BBVen 0.ciock. nnd many thought
Tile sentiment of lav convention provided by law. iid also tbe Lin a,' Kidney secretions were unnutural (llslX u wa8 tbo residence on Dre, m
hu overwhelmingly in favor of a cut. ccln county DoarU of Kducailon- ba fAV?. "UB1,stnlble wldunoe of brlehUy did the couflagratlon Illumine
out, and repcru trom the several coun tudor.l sameTv ..elt S JZ ZTZTLEZEL ZiSFJttJt"':. 1b 5HI. B ff-1!i
tlee reprwented lndla.ed that a large
tosjurtty ol tbe growers were willing
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of the convention was mnae Known to
the Durley Tobacco Society which
was in xecutive session at tne same
time in the society rooms.
Oarmrd eounty w placed on the
cut-out list Chairman Oorman said
that onlr a smaU nor cent or the acre-
pgtt had bci .pledged. UnV that tbo
county was walling on the convention
and wouhl au accordingly.
Mncoln county was passed after Mr
T.te. speech. The Uncoln county
.,. . .wi rj ,1,1. mtin- tnii.
It can be laid at the door or the nur-
ley Tobacco t5oclety."
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Up Mid that his county had Instruct
ed bun tn pledge It If tho convention
vas n Jolut meeting of the society and
L-nlon. lu favor of a dM but that
the nurfor Society tad detayed action
,o ion, that It bad prevented tho
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tine OI oamiuiw-Biii(iircrui'n
llm convention was the open atate-
moot of Chairman Bradley Wilson that
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IV, orileluls of the llurloy 8oclety
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UimKeirei originaieu v." ii
IUIlvirrui. KumnuicviMA --
exronnes. ana mat iue pieage auopimi
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4i-Mnltted to the society's nttor-
:; &$r& VZ'Toiti
,""1 ,B . "omcZhavS now
- ,ni, ,m fnl.i nnd ' vero
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ndlcVln t?e way ot widorsomont of
,fcMr"wi&- Uo .tated that he was
In fonferenco In liuivllle early In
Deoomlor with C. C PaUick. of Fny
ber 19 nnd yet If the cut-out falbi the
attitude of tb0 society will be primarV
. . ' i ' '
Foley Kidney Pills are a reliable
wtmedv tor backnrhe. rheumntlsm nad
irrlaary Irregularities. They are tonle
LmfiWl, quits u rvouiia aivtu a
mM& reUef firom all kidney dUr-
lied him to contract a telephone oc Clerk Lincoln county court .bed I,, the rto, :jll be Pro.niu J olZnW A reward of 2B 1,T mi, DIhon or King's Ioun
count nnd Uke the necessary steps OI ."?. iwniee inn-.ea i ,. c, ,-,.,, fnr a 1,-11 pnv rtnllars '.... -VTl , ,o, irfnV.
, mo nrsi cui-oui conven
n vias beld here Decern-
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NOTICE OP ELECTION
Regular term Lincoln county court.
I'. Railey Judge presiding.
In the matter of the pUtkn of the
citizens of McKlnney, Ky for a com
me graded school.
At Die laat regular term of the Lin
rota county court, beld Jano
,9n ft ut01 elgBti by Joh Moat.
.,., n r -..h n ,i.k
vufvi;, - -f M . gAUffnT-nf
; A. C. Dltllon, J. L. Heck, T, V. Wnl
crftion, a-klng that graded common
p school district, be established with
ibo boundaries as follows to wit.
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t(iuuiu( iii i utiej n iiuro, menco
to Bam Douglass Including blni thence
l,Tr9 " ' " ' & T P
" "- crossing oi me nustonviilA
prnrfr.1 ,.l.nnl ,1l.lrlt ,1 . Il.l,'
" -.-M "'" " "u",Uotiw(juontIy I encountered n great
A"dt'r',on Including him, tbenco to J. .many strange fsces. Yet occasionally
II. Floyd's Including blm. tbenco Id. I would meet with nn old familiar
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'""'' ' .. mcrwinney h piao j.n.
c,ua,UB '-1 ,a6nc M J- MIT In-
C,udl8 """ to and crosng
"" C. N. O. & T. P. It. K. near
j.mnm vm. ,k .... .1.
Jmea Yocum. thenc with tbe Oreen
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, "PPrtng to the court tbst
" .of tho "ld Ptloner. are leg
J.11? rter' resideats ssd taxpayer
m " Mii P-P0 ""! common
,cbool -utrct ,a of mK
rv. ,fv Ht,j, , n, .......,.
utcrial i dutrirt V , j .1 , ". '
-w-. .-v., -.. .m k.o iiuBiuriiio uta
algonted for tbo school boue to be
on tnn ' ' :- ""l- "
In McKlnney. Ky., and it further ap-
pritriffg that a majority of tko tnu.
IM' IB Mrhlnl Ih. , ,
tho commea schbol
J In wDole or nart
and this day the said petitions ap-
poared in open court and Jmos P.
lUll .Il.llvn nt 11... I !.! ...
j .- . . .... luum,
rourf .-r.i ui,i, it...... .,. ...
- - " ou. v ..ie p.u-
jmhpu grauca common school district
shall be as heretofore described, and
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me court oeing uniciently odvlsed
cJ " ,B D0W ordored and adjaagva
J-J U SlcCariy Sheriff or Me
co(n county, b nnd to Is bej-fuy nna
rderca to cause a poll to bo opened.
in th. lo.i, i u,ii,... .- . l
,' ' ,b tX of cKlnaey, Kjr,andan
io to b0 there held on the in
da April, 1911, aamo being more
" "rty (40) days after the entry
of thU order, to take tbe .enro of the
'BB wltc voters In said proposed
graded common school district, uh.ih
or there shall be levied and collected
an animal tax or thirty (30) cents
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on each one hundred (1001 dolls
worth of taxable property assessed
,b .aid proposed graded common
Kboo. dl.U.ct. belonging to whir, per
aQUH and rorporatlona. and a pofl tax
0, Oo doIUlr o
Unt over 21 vear. of . ...un
sebcov autrtct. for tho purpose of
malntalnln- a rradod commnn ri.i
,n tne 8al Proposed graded
nrnnni iii.frirt nnd rn. ,h n....
- - - f.iwi
purchasing or erecting suitable bu.Id-
thercfr, " provMea hr tho co,a'
"-n scboo law. The officers of tbo
oicciinn will niRo rnimn tnit nii laoni
voters In the said uroDosed common
schot.l dl.trlct to vote for five r.
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"' """ -" B"u" " i'n.-u. wy o
TO JOHN REYNOLDS
You have been a noble companion,
nce s trusty, trua and krav
aw yaur old and lifeless forat
rjn j4t U the grave.
Hit UTtW Wlf Lilllf myiojifl
NTT-IURS CLUB PAYS HOWARD
OAMNITZ THE 1,36. , .
Ills many rrtaedd here wHl.Wa gtea
to know that Howard Camnltz of
IldsteaVltlk. received his booui. of ,
TM9 from 4he Pittsburg National I
gue oiud ue from last season, not
withstanding the newspaper reports
to th0 contrary. The differences be
tween tbe popular roung pitcher and
the clan have been patched up, and
he baa signed a contract for thla sea
son and hla friends believe that ha
will have the best year of hla career
SINCE CHARLES D. HOCKER LEFT
HERE YEARS AGO.
Uuiifoftr. Xio.. PBb.'n
Alitor Interior Journal:
Ktvclosed you will find draft
for one dollar for wiilcn vou will
pleaso continue my paper to Its pres
ent address another year. Having
oeen n auoscriber for more than a
third of a century. al;o being a native
or Lincoln county born and raised near
McKlnney, can't do without my home
taper It has kept m0 In touch with
people and associates that I mingled
with tlfty years nr.o.
Howevor hao made n number of
vlslti back to Uie old homestead In
that time. Th.. last vlnlt I made was
four vcarj ago Inst June. I recognized
that a great many chnngos bad taken
place. Ihe older, people the larger
rnrt of them and crossed over on the
ether ldo, also n goodly number of
ine ynuiiger ones, whiio- many hart
"""" '" ul""r """' " u
movM o other parts of the world.
Iciuntcnanco. such a.i Dr. Kd. Alcorn.i
jOeo. M Olvens. W. H. Williams. Arch
itTj, j j. aicrunney, in ana nrounu
jiunwnvnie. ur. j r. rryion. I'eier
Cart.... I II Olvens and A. I). Root
from TiirnerVv t Stanford. Ot
coamo there are a few ol ii. nu m'J
left but as I have to renj this letter to
my wirft before mailing It I will re
rraln from calling their names.
C. D. HOCKKK
KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL.
Health Is Worth Saving and Some
Stanford People Know How I
T0 "e "'
To Save It.
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,Tr SH '""' JSr'.i.S w''.
orguns need help. 8.lck kidneys are
""poirdble .for .a vast amount or
Dce4 to tllfer nor reinR.,n ia daB.
r nl, all rii.i and achM and'
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rAMnv. - nii ...aImii Tn .l n ritrAit nn
Ci - .- - -- . .-
Kidney PJIIs and I began their use
," a-abort time my kldnes were re -
nuiCU IU I1UIUU1 IUUU.I1UU
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tiiier..tiiiburn i;o.. uunnio. n
solo agents for the United State
Momember tbe name Doan'n and
tnnki no otupr '
uaain enmn to tue reuei oi airs.
Annll, Att, at Uo 0.lopK Hllnday
morning Jan. 16th. Her tired spirit
took Its flight to the house not made
w.'lrh hth. wa". not'6 exTcTed
iL,, did" uS-'of h.rSS
Bhe had been In reeblo health ror
several years, and had become almostl
8n,'p,f n.S,1 r?,hnh1!hWA,ro"nty court day'nt 1 o'clock. l M
bcttpr and truer woman never Ihed
a ntemncr oi me unriman cnurcu. a
pcupr ana iruer woman never intni
than 'Aunt Annie", us she was ntfec-
tlonatoly 'called m her neighbors and,
irdwonl" ?. -one irheTeward
&v w"u.d"So JlTtJ? tad!
In this offering world we grieve to
k tn t wo wlll , perer .gta hear'
nor n'f . " 5,,e..ur. "" " i" I
Prt-"at , - , 3,wl",mu "
aie easy. And inU nnawereo h -
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n.er e and she went to sleep. May
her lovliw ,
,, .vi rit llrlitlv over ner lovine
the sod rc.U lightly over
old breast. Many relatives
old breast, oiany reiauves nu
friends followed the remains to Its
-1 resting plaqo in the family bury.
.esurrectlon morn A FRIEND.
la-l resting pinqo in tne lamuy uury,
At Richmond Hoyd Waggers Mrai glv
un a rdlcr of i:r,9 ugalnst W. I).
OWtam. merriuiut by a )ury In the
1? S 12?.J!:l!L"
ior aio.wvj ur -.-i;i u.u. ' - .
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19.11 ttcm ui muu 111 i.iiitoiu cnun.,
. 'ihni.. jr. an.-- V, . ..I . '
ij awiuh ..-r ui t.iio iubhi:i;ii
U-d, and 14 acrea of fine bottom
U.d. Good tobacco barn 34x4118
teet to eve. This barn Is liew. OtU-
eo fcaU41f are eld. Good chance for
tfeo L, It, Kuc-a er W. L. MeCarty.'
ciiiii a nin i - iiiubd iuuuc a a a.i.uun
...-.-.-,-. A mnb-t mnn-k U . ) (AA
Prayeis. Tno linger 01 ueam u.ucneu,Tn T,)e h1 Bale wln be raadr
JGRANt) JURY GETS
90WN iq wnu.
AIVE8TIQATIN8 CHICKEN FIGHT
INQ AND SALE OF WHISKY
IN COUNTY OTHER
Circuit court adjourned over Wed-
niuulav tWxttilnutsai'a 1(1, Ih Jaw ,V. " ",vx uuu "" DerTCU promotion"
27L?Xf?2J? ?. 'ltor Mr- Uarr,s t0 U one 9f the matt
grana jury being in aca-ilon. however. i.m... ...,. . -..Jv..
considering various matters before
It s understood that the grand J-iry.
la looking Into the resort that some
of tho "boys" have been getting to-
gctiier once In a while and testing
the pugnacious qualities of their dif
ferent gamo roosters. A gentleman
wno seriously objectsto uch unlaw
tul pastime, though It Is said be ad
rnlts luwtog engaged In such himself
in bin younger days, seems to bae
played Bberlock Holmes on the parti
clpints and while grand Jury delibera
tions are of conrso, not made public,
It Is said that ho appeared before that
Inquisitorial bodr and furnished a list
of names of those suspected of being
present at one o ftbo sessions.
The cockfight In question In said to
have boen a trial of tho respective
tncrltft of th. Kentucky brood of game
roosters and those of Tennessee; and
It U snld that the Kentucky, whom
honor was upheld by the Stanford
chlciicns, enmo out with flying colors.
Inasmuch as the sporting editor ot
th,. Interior Journal was prevented
by another engagement from attend
ing this pnrllcular event, and &i tho
records of the grand Jury are secret
It Is unable to present In this conreo
tlon a llst-of ''tltosn present" at aecur
ed by tho prlvnto detective who work
ed tho case up.
The grand Jury Is also said to be
sotting on foot a thorough tnvestlga-
Blanford, and In this connection It has i
been ftuerested tbnt tno man wno
proved such a splendid detective in the
other matter, might be able to furnish
somo expert service In this caie as tbe
5 -;'( fhrnrs pecra unable to ascer
tain wno i umilng the booro, and It
I Is n matter of conuaon knowieugo
thai Liindrnls of irallons OW shipped
into Stanford weekly by express. The
(proud Jury had before It tho express
i books of Agent J. 8. nice, of the L.
ft N. railroad and will .thoroughly
nrnt th- "blind tlcer" buslneeii It
on Tuesday tho court tried a mini-
'her of minor cases, unanes Keen
bor of w,no. c?ses- ,.,, SX.
- -;rMiiiPdeevllIo b runnlns n
- hob Jolni". II. w)r defended by
Attornty T. J. Hill. Jr.
.ur-,,' ZaZne1 defended
by Attorney J. D Paxton.
Tllough the nble defense of Hon.
uus a ww ..- a --
- , .. ia inrtnn Mrnnir
J, gv tB braiding so all efforts were
jevotiIfi t preventing tbe fire from
unrr-'icllnir tn ttlA rfllllnc.
.rr : v .
Tbe nian ii supposea to ume
orlclnatod b clothes han
clothes hanging to dry
m (ront cf ' rjrfi becoming Ignited,
-.. bulldlnit burned tfa a very old
. ... . .. . .,
iiuo. bnvlni; been on the tbe place
'fur many years. The toss was but
sllglt Of course everybody who
could cnt to the fire.
,nnlo pMSo,, Dovio
"'- to a Judgment tendered In
"Lloner .V," on UDderS,8ne1 Cm
.,-,. v tiAimir nth
: - . , .,- hmi .irvir in
,,,, Kv ii -, nublic outcry to
?.wn.ro' ?' ?" ..??." ,J, ,
o 'KVal estate, to-wlt: A
ctain parcel of land in StanfcKy.
AyV'rA w'of the
the north i by th g2
;trN:.rS pro of W.
a. t-'arson and an alley, on tbe west
IWi r-,,. -trt said "ro"-rtv M1"Kwr
ri - ' 75- - ",,' .,.
11 ins irrrLi iui vrv' w-
Tprms The BalQ Bale Will OB lUUUll., ,. !,,- nlnn
r?"!,i iV si" months, nnd the,c' " JJ"? r,Pinn- of Burn8(le has
c ll re,uired to Kh M.n,1 ? rry2!: Hl'nrJ MlllM fara ,
Parc.UaBcr.L ".?..-!- oir.i rented the Rev. Henry MUM farm.
'-;-rr"hn " nrrhaBo nrice auuroved
r-.T -.., np, cnn, intere .,
f, t,ar,nE six per
T cum, luw.ci vlllo
Ith Hen retained',!
and tbe said'
and etfoct of
Jln?menL .' 'u,T'n r !
- - .,-. L, --., , mni
- " r-.--.-. ... juss Lucinun i.utcs wro nus eceu, b , oou,Vo.al way. The country! For thW reason alone bottle of
. h ... tin lxlngton for some time has re- j kB whAr) be BUnd() nan D n v flhouIa be t , d ,
.Js"Si who"esr!ed0ffro lSB"!!5--.h ... m . R,W .'!. '- . Hd'' " i??.9. trial bottle ,3c
- ,' - .-, ..- cantured Wednes-
day by Tom II. Mattlngly In the Cal-
oach 1b offered by tbe county fori
- . . ...! Inliti fnlin mrt nlan 1 1 f -. I
,ucursx mm jiiuu j.uuu... - "" t
Notlce.Theie saving claims aainsi
tbe eetote ot Miss Rhoda Luasrur.,
-,,. ar- aoUtled to sreseat them
i. ,.-,. .-.. tor
I fcW 0 b -w " -'' - g-.----
'payaiwit. Mra. Mattle V. Klrky. Bxtx
Harris (km Up
POPULAR YOUNQ RAILROADER
SOE3 TO BIRMINGHAM
fleorgn Harris, of Ijincaster who Jnwea MeAllster, of Leilngton,
has been acting an assistant to 8ta- bour.ht a five year old gelding by
tlon Agent J 8. Itlce at the depot hero Dignity Daro last week for'Whlcb he
In the day for tho past few monthji P'1 WOO
hai gone to Birmingham, Ata., where',, A beautiful child of Logan McMut
he haa tAken thb noaltlon nf citr n near Geneva died lost wk and
Ticket Agent for the L. & N This la.wfls buried In the local cemetery,
n nice and woll deserved promotion' ""tics that want a few plcccc! of
lt.'m - n , .. .mninv fh .,:,
n finlloek h hL h.. .f.i.
toned at Lebanon
for eotne time, la
Harris' place hero
holding down Mr.
T. C. and D. K. Rankin bought 22i?Y.a "l T 11 ng relntlTWI 'n Lonla-two-year-old
mules from C. C, Cover I",1,0 "" t
at I20 I ,,ow,rd tamnltr has returned from
J. T. Ilobcrts sold his crop of to-l" w"' Jonrn nt Ytwmlte Llthla
cacco nt ixuivino Monday, we didn't
learn tho price.
I.. P. Weavor sold hla crop of to
bacco or about 8.000.
n n nn.Yi nn .i .. .aiaiimI
over the arrlvaJ or a fine boy at their
home. Dick says he Is a McCreary
Politics nnd tobacco Is all the talk
here tbeMs days.
Wtloln A lAvati,!... i..t Tnltn nftl
had an exciting choso after a wlldiue"rvo ra?..n?1 been won.
...H-..M ...auu.c, nuu wuilll UVKKIII'.. . : .
hog Inst Sunday. Ha would ro',. 1"?.ro. wl" ? musionary rally at
through, and over wire fencci'ns t.he c ir'"tln"uch 'Ius,t0!,vllI flun
ihnn.h ihiir run. nniMn. in hi. .. day nignt, Feb. 26. No pledges on of.
1cy got him hemmed once and he
raade-ror-thelr horses -and- 'cut" tlielr
legs like It had been done with a
knife, ho flnallv mndn hln oMno.
Mr. Alexander says that anyone that.Wcrhra church will speak.
can rot him may havo him
Uncle Sam Spoonamore says he
don't want to grow any more tobac-
to he had atoul two iYctS thh T'set
son nnd It brought him out about "-" - ursi iram 10 aiienq. ;"""" -- "'"1 "e "" "'
H7 to the bad Lets hear somn others lh funeral. the oonvenlng or the Garrard Circuit
experience It would bo too bad IM " hack frora Mlddleburg to Me-I430". Hawley skippec out. and could
Utincle Sam was the only one that'p"1? h"1J d,0n Monday at Biras'i not f be located, some tlmo after Parks,
bit It hard ( branch nnd tho lady passengers had to nti Is a brother-in-law of Ross, tho
3. IJ. Sanders has lots of new goods thrdight the deep mud to Ww. dead man, received word that Hawlev
now nnd Is always ready to show.TI" m lS?LJ y' .viSf.
Moat of tbe tobacco in thl neighbor Bkou on Arcfl Ptb avenue which fills called Seven Miles arrested nawiej " "
bood has been sold at an average of ,a lon5 reIt want. ,Vrbo wns given bond on arriving at
abont 5 to 7 rents. The majority of' n account of continued heavy hanl-"LaWater.
th raioth- n Mt. -rntinrtn Ig durinc wet weather on thb Jiimho' The revival at the Methodist church
of giving more attention tils year in
tbo rnlAlsg of other roducts.
Ilev. J. M. Cook has been quite
reebln all winter
The men who wereiso cruellybeat-
- wn,.nrf.i n.i ri.oi laat irnv
are all setting along as well as could
"itev. W. t). Smith ot King's Moun-j
tain who has been supplying the
Klngsvllle circuit Oa pastor, wan made
the recipient or a nlc teachers bJWe.l
presented by the members or the
lllghb'nd Methodist Sabbath school
Ilev Madison Combs lately from" a'ln - icv.ormac Aicrnr- i- iiu, ui eicven o ciwcit. urraier
Berca who has been assigned to ihe land, of Louisville Is the welcome preparation is being made. Don't fall
Kinssvllle circuit by Supt, atmtton. gwat this week of loving relatives to afjtfn. Special nuwlo for the oc
preached bis first sermon for tbo High and ;triends In our city. oSBlon. ...
and Afeti-uit-t nimreh last Babbnth. 816a ILaura Uatpcnter has as her J. L Kennedy Bold a bunch or
TBe'dnv was too Eloomy and bad for
,v W..J P
anyone tn get out to cnurcn uui iuubo r"-"- "-. " " '' " . .--y --.-.
who lenturcd oul.Urough the sleet Ma Brace Is the welcome guest ot was a guest at Sam Harris' on Drakes
and nra were well repaid. the Alcorna this week. Dr. Horron, ot Crook. Mr. and Mrs. . K. Newhurd,
Kid John M. Iong nas been called .Liberty came here from Loulsvlllo ot Cedar Creek, visited Mr. and Mrs.
to the pastorate of tbe Christian with thp corpse of his brother-lu law V. t. Cummins. Miss Jennie Coffey,
churcfi and will preach regularly every Krjmk Vaughn whose sudden death In of Cojle, and Miss Ha Nowmnd vero
rmirth Sabbath In each month. He Louisville on Sunday morning last visiting Miss Nellie Newland at W.
deserves the presence of all members was a surprise and violent sbock to hla C. Cummins, P. E. Purrish and wife,
on next Sabbath hoit of trlneds in our community. He had as their guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Since our last report two woddlugs left hero one week ago to consult an Russell Dllllon J, L. Kennedy ha.i re
have occurred In our vicinity Mr. Wll- eminent surgeon, and submit to on turned from Lexington. Mlises Kate
He Jenkins and Miss Sallle Jenk!n operation, if it became necessary to Payne and Julia Naylor visited tho
:......,.., f Mr n.i Mm nvriis 11. recaln bis health. The work wai done fnmlly nf Geo. Naylor on Dlx River
irnkimi were united in marriage by
mediately for" Vanarsdnle Mercer coun
tv the hume or the groom. AL'o Mr.
Haneotu Youne or Eubanks and Miss
Sonni. .iftnrhter or Mr. and Mrs. John
hobert Carrier. were.unltod.,by.RcymabJ' Ho wjw a moral jnon and ma
T H tS The? OTMt'to Km frtople was worth much to the" young
fnr mnfford Kansas In a Tew aays.
t?lp vZt or Oreen River
has maved to the Bam Baetln proper-
tTnr the Christian church and has
mu.ii.vl m n new irrocerv store
Opened IIP a new gTOCerj Siore.
Mf. N. L. Wright is also Dunning a
u.nrhn..a tc hl unn ERsln.
Highland may be n city yet some ny
Ai.... ,. miiw. innir now with a1
Ainiiwt two miles lone now with a1
thu"eok'lto8 work "for the rftUroad
this wefk to worn lor lue ruiirwn
C0S?aniL ii-r n.iv- nnn A C.
, :i t n T-Jh rvrhird wwe in
J".? mH.t ut1" wek bU? Produce
our mtdt last week hunting produce.
,V,ehn.anS,fi, nenrthe Mnrte
mghman. farm' near me
,. u .i ,rt h
II. terry l.o .. . ..
Mr. Robert J. Mnrtin 1 will """'one doubts his Integrity, or states-
Mk to tho Ocr. or iarm near Turners j mnnsW .. -dralnlatratlT0 cpaclty.
v"!r .. .. . .. j
- . ii. 1 a.i 1 -m nni TTi m 11.. milt iiiiitt-u 1
" IV. , iin
n"I"'V:11r:f: . from Klneswood
11 uvn ......o -. ..-
college. .... . .. . .. '
..'";?... .ii T. iv
jls- Kmellne "VouBg has gone to
- . . . a . ..., It. Tn
MuriiSlUe to see iier uni-io air. -ur
niii. wl.n la nt th. rlnt or death
- . - .. . v .
REMEMBER THP NAME
Faley's Honey jind tar for all coughs
sad colds, for c-rouu bro-tliltU lioarwe-
for Ic.k,n 8.T'?.e 50U5.'
.Wn AnlnTAfl rtrilBS Bll UIUIIILI!. OI1U
-u v, an..-., - -'---"----
tKt Mli Tauiar,
1 itijIa lAnn rvi 1 in? nun iittiii i-iiii
I lUraVI JV-a fe -, --. " . .
Krank True nd family nnd Mr.
Wash Drown moved last week to Cov
" " ..i. a tow piCUl in
bottsehold or kitchen furniture should
ur Rum i.ki.. .-,- ..
ither can ret a harnin
Dr. llcrtle Caroentisr nnrt mm,.
,,ftVe returned from a delightful trip
l0 World. Whllo there they bought
some nice property In the town of
iiiiinrn tor their winter home.
Mrs. Mamie Mcllullln or Jumbo
who has boen seriously ill for some
ttmo is improving.
"Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coffman of Ohn.
i 'V,, " , r t.rmV . .,r" ,ne'
.... .urn ,, iiiiuws oi LuuanKH, is
tlsittng Miss Georgia Floyd this week
Mr. Robert Coffman and Mltfi Ame-
la "r,own W0,rr,.,o,5d h1 nnd Banrt
cfr hHdOTn?,?2?ay Ut$ """""mian th reWblicana might name
or ondo n?ar ueneva. Both wnr i.. o J. i li " j .L.. T.
very jw.ipi.iar young peopie m ueir
comraunUy nnd have the best wlshrs
?J1L Ih.C "?,SL',rLhOWeVPr at
t. . . .. .
' eV?B w,,,JLe askd, Jt Is purely edu-
tc?tlo.MU 2Te w' ' tbree or fwr1
"""V ii""";"'.. """ . Ba,af
muB,C. ev. U. K. Ulaln Of the PrOJ-
music. Ilev. C. K.
iciegram last week announced tbe " """ng cnase 10 unio 10 arrpsi
h from dlptherU of Mrs. Kittle lOjoa; Hwljr. He I. the only eye
NWD" of Memphis, Tcnn., mother wtoes8 to the killing of young James
?f Mr. D. J Newbern of our city. Mjlbr Qntacj Tankers y, in Oar-
bag sold his farm and wlll move j
Liberty where he U1U open a ReneW'pr5PXere nscertamed and '5
Btoro. "" aTrosvTaicn was Kept on mm. air.
Robert U Ashler hnu in.l n.l'.irJB Went to llamuton where he
first class shoe and harness rcoalr." driven to a iflTnll Jlace nearby,
" - " It is in such condition that the
"" -" umue oy me Nine ro-
,1u,rd b? the department
ibvetand Dunn, our town's chief or
police, has tendered a, lucrative porI-
. lion on the road, br a Lonlavllln firm
He W"I doubtfeas accept ame and,
wvo .uc iwuu nuii wevK.
c- - Holmes or Louisville a former
smi ' our city was a welcome
Rtfwt bore last week.
Mrs, Mat Reynolds Is serlouily III,
DUt under the careful treatment or
B Ani will doubtless recover.
EUdSt thta week the handsome Miss
P..v- rtT Vam.IHa. t7- Hl.. T ..- .
and his condition found to be much
ou the third day afterwards In fulljWern vfsltlng the famllloj of U. T.
possession ot his mental tacultltv. Lunsford and William Ranke. Mr.
His standing here among them who "Joe F. Pettus, ot Sprmgtleld. was visit
knew him best, was as good as any tug .hia mother, Mrs. Rebecca Pettus.
r vuim ru uum w... -o ..., n . . -. -.- ...- .. uv.b-
a member of the Christian church ln'bor. Joel M. Uoltxclaw. Is dead at
good sUndlag for 30 years. Rev. W. Hutchinson. Kas. She Is survived by
H- WIUU Impressively officiated aided her husband and two grown children.
"' a "eaumui song service oy nun-
,m -.,, ill. roml- worn
-"""e "'"" . - -;r "V...
l&m nesme nia last wiiea m uusiuu-
't is about settled
U is about seitiea among mose wise-;
lu statecraft as well as tn politic,,,
umi uuv, juuauii timuiuiii ui uinu
presidential election. President Tatt
-.-,., ,ln , ,h otnndnrd de-
sired bv his political associate! of a
ton years ago, prompts a large per
cent of the party to cast about for)
- ,nMi -
.""""A " the next, campaign. It Is
. -i.M-r.r! ?..... : ,...-,;. ,nr
Hon. Wm. O. Oradley of good old Ken
4V yvi rnrnw 9j 4 or
, rb ,.i. ,n ntMiinilwl tn ouhmll
l"v-j .,.. -- ro-; - duuiuh
1" to the next nominating con-
,v - nUort for that exalted pojitlon.
' 008tion hds nhllltv. nn
but all attn-o that It elected, would
j . -
make our country a moaoi president
W" 0UR.n '
.mis mntier ana 00 11 now. wnen ne
acts In tho IllllU Lorlmer case. It wlll
8ys beHucny me souin ana norm 1
Y. R. Williams,
1 1 D. D. D. seems to remove the caue
For Halo. Restaurant, bakery, soda whatever the trouble may be, clrntt
fountain etc., living room above. A - lB 8fcln', and leaving It ns noft fts
good stand and splendid business. th M clcar 8 ttM r tt hea,t
Tuo place Is well furnished and the( et a 26c botUe today and keep It
.tock ot grocer lee cigars etc., ore new in the house.
Thla Is a good chance for some one I Bbugara and Tanner.
to make good mo.ey ror further;
partlculare eee L. IL Hughes or W L
McCary, Stanford, Ky.
I aw sow selling the latest aiagu-
pwiiivii -ir rwb --
! ad naws-tirs. CJlv as vaur
MAY ELECT HARDIN
NOW DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR
JUDOSHIP 18 VERY
8TRON8 IN DIS
TRICT. Hon. Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer.
was declared the democratic nominee
for Judge in the Thirteenth Judicial
District at a meeting .of the commit
tee representing the four counties,
Lincoln, Garrard. Doyle and Mereer.
Bt Danville Monday. The primary
wnicn was schedulcii for March 3rd
waa called off. as Mr. Hardin waa the
only entry, and committee resolved
itieif Into a nominating convention,
and formally declared Mr. Hardin the
nominee or this party.
. A special election will be held In
November at the time of tho regular
election to fill tho vacancy caused on
the circuit bench by the death of the
late M. C. 8aufley, and which Hon.
L. L. Walker has been holdlng'by ap
pointment until the election could le
gally bo held.
In view or the great popularity of
Har.lra throughout the district and
certainty that he will win over any
i ". iii" il 3 iiul uviiuveu ilia? no
-i have opposition to tho flaal rne'. M
but be effed t0 Th bench u n ?
"t recognition of hi. splendid serv'.c" 1
M Commonwealth's Attorner nnd dne
reward Tor hU worth and ability aa a
.faithful public official.
LF.A'"B,a9 lust returned from
UM-P'l--Nfc -Ice ditccUve wftrR. "3
I prcTesalng nicety. Penitents
-u-s in u-r mm iKH.-KBiiurB urv
rcdAlmed God is directing, power is
present and victory is assured. The
rreachlng or Rev. Andrew Johnson
Oontlnucs as Interesting as ever, tarce
crowds attend, mucn good Is being
uvuv, uiw iuluic uurvciii wiu rtMuii
therefrom. On account or lnclemont
we - uicr, uie lemperanco ieciurc,
'Dooze nad noodle" to have been de-
llvercd by Bcv. Johnson last Sunday
WOb postponed. It will he given nt
the Baptist church here on Sunday
calves to J. P. Dullard at about 6c.
Hla lUTnll.A ILniml. nf Hnw1ni.il
J. W Hlankenshlp and sinter. Mrs.
word received nere nut ween oy
Mends, states that Mw. Jennie Holtx-
-tceaiwu was a must kiuu moiuwi.'
nl,l lnH nnH n fSorflv fhrl.tln- with
ir.jr - .i:; " J r '. ." ...;
u iunu mini iinu u suiira uir -vcrj-
n - . . . ... .
-. i Tnompson lost a pocaei oook
containing a nice sum in small cluinge
uuu uuvui fdvw nt . stilus.
a consequence our scalp Is In danger,
Tho voune ladv at John II Anderson'j
weighed ten pounds and her name Is
Rev. E. D. Thornton and wire hae
iM,i intn th. hn..,. Mmini hv rtnh.
ert Smith. Mr. 8. and famll have
,nn-i m hnrtumviim.
wm w -. i vv . v . v
w ,iif- -wi r . .w ..-.u,.
Although D. D. D. Prescription haa
been rocognlzed for yenrt ns the one
romedv for Eczema. Psoriasis, nnd all
ECZEMA CURE A DEAUTY WASH
othor forms or skin diseases, it is now
known that there is no other wash
'faven those uied by tbe beauty spo-
.... . . - ...
cinusts- mat can compare wtm tuis
biujiuw, uiucnue-u, rusu, nca an eim-
liar shin affrcUons.
wm buow ,uh uie merits 01 wis gmnt
remedy as a complexion wash.
BtrlllB and weake nlh ByjltV .,, Jf
b0t checked may develov Into irneu
i-onia. No danger of thla when t'oley's
Honey and Tar Is takes ssmytly. It
avaavj h a i lanrs nuH - .
a reUable family aaedldhu tor lfu
... 4. i i jt A- .
f KtM vom ail Rian
HiWi-a mi Wimaar.