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VSLUME XXXVIII. NO. 17.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MARCH 3rd, 1911
II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
THE GRAND JURY
RETURNED IN COCK
fin i inu
. CASES 11,660 DAMAOE VER
DlCT OTHER COURT
Tho grano jury reported on Tuesday. f?r enrlce. Apply to 1L II. Dronaugh,
ad wag finally discharged from aer "-" 0r,b?rd,JJ . , .... ,w'
,, ., ,,,,. ,. . , n..., ,, For Bale. 400 bushels whlto seed
Mce at thli term of courL Aboout MoaUi j M Cormack) TurncriiTlUe.
luaicunems noro oruugni in gnmiui;
out ot the Investigation chicken fight
la this county
It U nald that sevoral who wore
merely spectator at one of the fights
and In no way connected the "olnb"
which la alleged to have been organiz
ed to promote the "aport" will right
thf. Indictment in th court holding
that they have In no way violated' the
statute and wero not legally liable
Ua Tuedy Judge Walkrr gave
Nki for the dlsraUnat of tho f IS,
IjOO daraage ault brought by the ad
ministrator ot Caae B. neyseldi
.agMlnit the Cincinnati Sou In era rail
read. A Jury awarded General IL Floyd
11 CO damaege. against Crit and CHr
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m... . .ii. ...i . ,.. i.imruui
on and badly maltroited the rlalnliti.
! ,HU "Wre.'l lf . I JMi.n,H
at L-. homo near Wrnesbur Altor- W. Napier at 8 cents. H. J. McAlls-.very uuy i . i ..um -.u6
ney Courgo D. Florence prosecuted , ter bought n cow of George n. Col completely destroyed,
the no for him 'oU to C0. Thompson & Ballard The coul oil wagon of tb0 Standard
Will Mcrshon the youngsfor ho'l)UKht some fat cows from Durton.OII Company's which was several nun
has co' ion In bad on a n.niiU.tr i.f Mulllua nt 4 M cents. J. T. Oaks.dred yards away, but being in line
ruarr..,, waa tried. .p Mondar and or-aold a nice 6-year-old gelding to J. IU the sparks caught .fire and bum
dewrt wit to tb House of Itet nu W. 3wne, of Lancaster, for 1175. d the top off causing great excite
until f. It II years of age. It liaa J M. Kerr purchased about 75 barrels n.t as the tank was full or oil. The
be, to Ufat Institution before but cs- or com at trib from W. P. Crimea -nd being from the north nlono sav
caftd race, and hai gotten lnt con- at IJ.60. David Stephens sold a lot d the main body of the town from
Mjrabf dvllraent stace. 'of eorn to WIIIU at Crab Orchard nt greater1 lobs. The loss on the Ware--'Ke'oaWt
thet took up the 130.000 ,250 lln M j iwrenc0 BOid joo house woa about 2,000 with only n few
dMfcte Mlt of.Bsle K. Kngleman hundred dollar Insurance,
ndwhrtstratar-ngalnst the I N- iB!" t.V1.r...J .- .. m, nv AmoM and famllv of Dan
- Stanford, It. F. D. No. 1, 17-tf. "to. Jonai lallefl to nil nJs appomi-
8URLEY TOBACCO UNION NOW DE -James Woods bought a lino register- nen 8unday afternoon on account
CLARES IT OFF. ,1 Jersey cow rrora Mclntyre of Mil- ot " Illness of his father.
i lersburg last week for ?100. I ro- I-meter preached an Interest-
The nveveaaent to cut out the Uur- tT Bale. Thrce year old gray Jack ,n rmon Bunday to an appreciative
ley tobacco crop for 111 Inaugurated win breed good site. For particular audience.
byth. Hurley Tobacco Union U dead u-dre.8 Jaa. McKechnle. Hubbley' Tne Children' Missionary Society
ualM the feurley TeUcco IVcloCjr iaeaatet 'Phone J84-8 171. BCt l ,h" M Cnurch 8nlr after
now decUuMfr the cut-out In which Joseph IrvInndldaVery'llnfl'lwo-'noon- H0 ory interesting rneot
,Yat the union sUnda ready to lend year-old Jack to Mr, Thompson, of In- lBX-
IU utmost aid to the cause. ThU ciact, last Friday for 11.000 asd Mr Dlm Dinwiddle, of Huslonvllle.
was an offle-W anaouncemest saade bought a very One mule in Southern hA tMn v,,UnB nl ,ute' Mri- Car'
TuMdar br Uu Biecutlv Committee icentufkr. nanviiu Arivat. ponter.
of the Burls'y Union after an execu
tire session behind closed door la
, lAxlngton. The meeting of the Com
mittee at this time was brought about
tnrouth the report of "night riding'
s.nr4 ttialanu1 nittril mm Atl 111 A
enw of forcing a cut.L and the
mfrabers of tb committee btlng un
Il1llt that fttv YfciliiP- Irt tho nACs
and Tood name of the sUte shouW
be tatdnt the door of the Burley Un-
Iah aaV Aittalnfl ffn Ukt r4rflt fh Witm
tltu'de of the union and to practically
repudiate, a authorlred, the action ot
Ihe red-hot meeting of grower, held
htre on February 30, which declared
?rs Stout with or w,thlut lb. Bur-
Tk eammittee Dut it sauarely un to
UeVurSocletj U determine wheth
-, ihr- .hii ha ruimit.
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Tn2 the Z.W; dUrriTt tol
of the society, at ,U qutrterly meet-
tor la Ixf8toaatt-n,ne!ayrwiH
M-i.,. f ?,. h. ,nri, from
Itw country are that farmer or0 al
ready making plans to raise tho cu-
ternary crop and It U probable that
there will be no restraint na the pro
duction of Barley tobaeco this year.
At the meetlsg la Lexington six nf
tb nine roembrry ot the Union hio
cutlvo commute were present. PresI "'eton. Col. Gooch cd the Q & C. spent Sun-
dul Juno W, Oayle was absent, nnd Uradp VI-Matsy Grimes. Nellie Hill day with bis sister. Mn. Mattle TruH
Vlc I'rMldenl Mlddleton acted as Jran Taxton. Jesse Hocker, Clinton ly.-Mrs Luclnda 8m!th has been vls
,hri,m,n vw ih firt Urn. In the Coleman. Henly Caih Hartwell. King ber daughter Mr. J. 8. Lee.
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tlitoiy of the union the meetln wai
and the committee's
aloud. At tb(. end cX the reading,
ftmnnlgn Chlrwan Bradley Wilson
roptoftieu regret tiat Uio committee
hod see It fit to discredit the efforts
tu forco tho society to make some ac
tion bnd declared that ho hoped ac
ticn v.ould be taken at the society
dlitrlu board meeting next Tuosday.
tuo Hon. Jot. Stevens dramatically ex
rl:iltav4 to the committee: I
"Vou buvo killed your own child."
. . " ,..lB,. ,n
.? of cmn the length of
llmo It take to go to a doctor oftsn
secret. The member of the commit- " """ "". , .v.uvt Cnv mis ween.-mrs. im i bi tH, lhat , had ,erou8 kdn troubl?. entlre nopulaUon nre ery graterul
ie retired to n room at the court- "wn, Kate Harding. Kiln Kichenber gaturday night and Sunday with her ibe afdney awretten. were unnnturai Powell nnd Depps sold J. C. Harper
1 ' " . . Mr. JamM TrlhhJe. l-irflo Ware. i.nrl In Blanfnrrt Mr nnd Mr. W.'nnd a.iv iinmltnVatile evldi-nm of of Sale'bliry, N. C last week one
ho-:se at i:w o ciock ana oiq noi re- Hheoherd Cook. , ,... h... mv rrm n.h.n.r.dlsorderfd kidneys. At that time It n.ee B-jearld gelding by Dareall
ntmar notu nearly & ociocx. m.i - :r - . .. --- " '19. m, ni in,n... , h i ivn. one by Ulerlti' Dare wears-oia nom
Interested group who had gathered lcr Craig, Annie Davj. Wc Creek to their horre on Buck Creek.- Kdney' fllls and , beBan thelr UBe fro ,700.
.. .-.i. -j .. Hobortj. Mary Mooro Raner. ernu itlsn Alma Ie haH been the cufbl of in n .h.,ri iim mv tun... wr ,. On account of rural route No. 1 be-
in nnnr wprH lunii liiiuuu ill - - . .... .v - .,. ....w .
to keep Chsraberlala'a Cough Remedy, ,vm Bteven'on spent Sunday with
n the house and at the first IndU1,-. hLTefork. between trlwHl Is
cation of croup give he child a dose. r T T N bwt,
I" ' . . ...." j i. BnOI u rt 3. ueau
proves uunBuruun , uc ""'"i
llraaaat to take and always cure
geld by Penny' Drug Store.
IioC Gold maI rlae with bslHat
', it T.'. Kr4 lw tMarm. U
H. ie k wSyK. W.
J. I.. JnrrU Mid a nlco combine J
' nuns (o 0. II. Florence for U0.
For Sale 160 ihtvkj of fodder and
goo,! , holler. II. C Anderson. 16
Kor Sale Pair of now stock scales
chtnp, Apply to Greeley Lutes. 15-3.
Kor Bale Thoroushbred Duroc Jer
per boar extra (food one. Ilcndy
Parmcra are plowing now. For all
klnda of harnen trace cbatni back
bandi etc., aee 4, C. McClarr.
We hay. Just received two T of
rioseer and Adrian win In
ten different kinds, call i .on-
vtneed a to what you wuL" "fence
For Bale. Double Standard Foiled
Durham fibert Horn Hulls, model
farms and choice breeding. 300 bush
el recleasd teed oata. MO bale
tUaothy hay. A. W. Carpenter, More
land. My harness line I now complete
a good plow collar for 7S cents. J. C.
W. 8. Wlgham of Horeland, haa
..,.a m. ..rf. in.. ,.....
. VIMW Ua uivinit Hftwunt V4vfrwsi
J. M. CrnU sold to L. K. Perkins,
36 120 nound hoa-a at 7 1-2 cents. J. II
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Thompson "bought 21 shoal, froia T.
i 4 t'argnia u irw'u in v u, a vnv:
o 87 acres ot land on Crab Orhcard
l. c. . j .. .. . n t
aau omBiuru pie a raiie irom una
Orchard, Ky., Apply to W. T. Garner.
PTiu.nrr Grade. KaUiorbta Bruce,
Ixsll lUfley, Viola Elmore, Adelaide
V"", France. iTate
Grade I Gladys Arnold, Addison
Bell, Henry Baughraau, James Baugh-
wtn' t'towoo1 Beaxley. Mnrjorle Dal-
Erie Jenkins, Guy Bmlth. Herman
W,U lf WJttw
Grade II Vic Gose Smith. Margaret
J""". Pf'' "V.f''
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WU, - "
t4 III Elalsi Oeastey. France
' JllBl k W,k" ub-
b,e Morrlfc Jackson. Sophie Saunders,
? IJ-H-ter Anden. Mary
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" . Hchel Hill. Clem Hill. Rubv
Hilton. Virgil Moore, John Rnld Mc
Kinney, Heath Severauce. Annette
' w t,A
Jtauti - iwn aiuuiu,
Brui-e Anna V. Craig. Lena
Nancy K McKtnnny, Ada Mobley, An-
na It. Ponull, nolle Itussell, Clarence
out M"me Singleton,
lrAktinmn Vrfln t.anvhmfttl ITaf rv
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Carter. Robert Carter
Sophomore. Harry Rcluhart,
Ml.. Kdlth Watktns arrlve.1 home
.t.m . .... . 1 ... (taA. .A.l i.. L. . .. . 11. .- . ..f.l ..r41. .O..V. .fc VtlU IIMC . .Mi- -- - " . -.
Irom Oklnhomn City lost Saturday vlrK" "aaua ol wicuoinavme uuu uuf cou.mon i:.suw. nogs neceipiH cuilun and music win give a recital
Accompanied by her Bister Mrs U A havo been visiting her mother at this 2173; market active. 5 cents higher; on Friday oenlng March 3rd In Al
Vel on and little son Kenneth. She place. Mrs. Allc0 Lee of Stearns has butchers and shipper 7.2&7.1Q' ton'B l,or hou,h AU. ,JJe.n' '
h!.. been visiting Mrs Nelson for the
!?J2 ,.l?0"n.,,-"l..'?, -mi-
pntUCKy with her parent and rein-
vv n wn, hti.r knnwn ttnele
1. 1.11.. . .1.1. I. ft. .!..
uiiue is vvrj ic "iwiiin .
V" "Wf " .J2. S!S
Uacda, aomlng will be "The Miction
ary OhlUatton." Ta- evening subject
wU heRlB oTth neaiL"
DETAILS OF THE
BIG MORELAND FIRE
NORTH WIND WAS ALL THAT
SAVED TOWN FROM BEING
Morct.irul March 2.
Ihe citizens of Moreland wero awnk
ened by tho cry of flru, tho ringing of
hells and th shrloklng of railroad en
gines, last Sunday night between 12
and 1 o'clock After turning out It
n found Uiat a large tobacco barn
known as the Dalton barn, was in
flames. The barn contained about
8,000 pounds ot tobacco belonging to
Ferrill Si Jennings five or six hundred
pounds of wool belonging to Dowen
(lover, a pair ot of Fairbanks scaje.
valued at 12 The roof was falling
In when the fire was discovered. The
barn and contents were entirety des
troyed. The flamce spread to the
barn adjoining on the lot ot Mr. 011
llland. This barn contained some hay
about three doxen chickens and some
tool belonging to Mr. Hopkins. Mrs.
I lrl-m,. Ilnmli'. Im alan ilMtmrnH
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The roof of Mr. Southerland a house
caunl w "T " . . ,
to be saved. Mr. Hill Jennings reel-
and also his buggy house
caught fire and Mr. Jennlgs' was kept
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Vllle spenl Sunday with relatives uere
l ami XI r. T x Klnp Twnf Hun.
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PROMINENT YOUNQ COUPLE
WED HERE THI8 WEEK.
A beautiful little wedding took place
at the Methodist parsonage In Stan-
ford Weduesda morning at 9 o'clock
Ham 'Elliott of -UelgVade, Moatena
won a charming Lincoln County young
lady. Mis Cordelia Hubble, formerly
f,i tautoT' wh0 lcame thc hPIy
' f Mr. Elliott took the after
noon train for Montana. Mr. Elliott
home for the past thirteen year, bat
Kuck'' who kow"
where to find a pretty woman. Their
many friends wish them Joy intor-
n.Ungled with prosperity In their We.,
Most of the tobacco In this section
hns been Mid on average of about 5
to 7 cents. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Mc
Mullln and Mr. C Q. Caldwell spent
Sunday with Mr. Wick Caldwell.
Mrs. Claude Hester 1 visiting In tu
Mis Esther Caldwell. Mr. Bill Skid
mn mtA lra flflrn RmvIi nr.l tiArlr
. ... . .- w . . ...-
.l .. it . . .lr.
imir uie cut. ovru, iu t. ..c
mil ueianey a Daoy gin. .Mrs. w. a
Lane spent Tuesday ith Mrs. J. S.
Lee and family. Llttlo Alva Lee
daughter of J. S. Lee Is on the sick.
t this week.. Mrs. Ed. Kigncy of
Eucanks, and son have been Waiting
Mr. ami Mrs. Oeoree Illenev Mr.
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rolutncd homo ftfter a Mslt to her
friends and relatives.-Misa Hada Lea
nu8 not returned from the city jet
Mrs. Hill Jteynoias was in uanv!iii
laVweek Arthur Murnhy will leave
. ? Z2 Z. Murpny win leave
8,n"lajr M ArUona.-Jack Murphy
, ., , ci,- r.lr
no sola nis piace on oims v,ree
,.. I AAA XS nmA If.a Pll.,I.V Thi.
f-.wv. .. .. ... v ..w, ..
'X vUltlni In Ca.ey.-Ma.ter &
p-id-jji ha- i OB , .tck usL
PTr ft" J 0B,tt" . , .
J " w Uck to tata
Week of Prayer
MISSIONS AT BAPTIS
CHURCH NEXT WEEK.
A week of nrnvar In th Interpst
itlaaln.ia vk. Ill li nti.ArvAil a, tin lla. .
tlst church in Stanford, Ky., beglnnln
Monday evening March 6th and cot
tinning until Thursday evening. The
meetings will bn held under tho am-,
pices of of tho Ladles' Missionary 8c
cloty A splendid program has been
nrrnnged for each evening. Every-
body cordially Invited to attend nnd
enjoy these services. Tho following!
Is the full program for Monday nnd'ney Urnyfuas' Pittsburg National
U.ewnfieV?r!DB- ,A fr? mm,ottF League team ww married Monday to
Ing will be taken nt every service for ..... , ... . ...
missions iMIsa Mary Lawrence Claxton of Louis
Monday Evening 7:30 o. m. vllle, by Mr. J. W. Torter at his rest-
Opening hjmn by congregation, "AH
hall Th, Power of Jesus Name
Hcrlpture reading and Drayer by the
Pres , Mr. J. C. McClary.
A iupT by Mrs. B. I. RelnharL
"The need ot Mission Work In Our
A nolo by Mm. IL L. Davison "What
Shall the Harvest He."
A tract "How to Give" Mrs. B. M.
A tract "So Many Calls" Mrs. W.I
Hymn by the congregation, "Labor, taken soon ntterward In an autemo
en' bite to Dr. Porter' home for cere
a paper now to interest Every
I'irutuui 'i uur siijri;u u fiuitoni. I
Mrs. P. W. Whlpp.
An address on state mictions br.Open, House.
Her. J. D. Jones.
Tus,jay Evenlna 7:30 d. m.
Opening hymn by congregation
'Prulm lllm" I
Dtivotlnnnl by Iter. J,
Hymn by the congregation
of tho. Cross."
Violin solo by Miss Berta Jean Pen-
An addreii on foreign missions
work by Dr. Cecil V. Cook, pastor
of the Danville Baptist church.
Offering' Ml" Marsarct HPPer'
Hymn by the congregation "Bring-
Ing in the Sheaves."
liU rSJ-ajl has not bjeo com-,
KblW j '"W
Bcv. r M. Walker will speak Wedne
day evening and Rev. O. P. Bush of
th Lancaster Baptist church will
'K"n Jm "l"'JLau?
CTUIHK " BUUjrVl UI lT, U.
Walker will be "Christ Appeal to the
Heroic." Dr. Dickey's address will bit
"China in Transition."
THREE NEGROES ORDERED TAKent to Greenville, Ml.Hs.lppl.
EN TO LEXINQTON BY JUDGE
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Sheriff W.L. McCarty returned from
Indianapolis on Wednesday with Bud
Hawkins, the third negro highway-
m.in. who robbed and assaulted the
J?if" ""JTi1!? J.!M.!S,S!?
ed negro and looks Jmt the man to
dn such a Job.
He was presented In court Thurs-
. .y.Tra'". f'ore. JH"5. ." f.r
wahed arraignment and waa ordered Ljaue Dfttt6M and two year K WM A- CarPnter. Defendant. , Mr. an(1 Mrs. J. J. Thompson gave a
taken to Lexington for safekeeping, the hensation of the parent circuit. Lp'lBt.ll1,iS!ni.r?.deff5w delightful dining last week. The fol
IntT.rlZ'I' CamU,U 8 DOt '" g00d "'"'ISr Kim heaunder'Ign,ed Jonl: lowing were present: Rev. Johnson
!Ly .C.." L".2J,b:tt.P"n.?1.i0'i the tlm.ofthe'World's-SerlewithHntMioner will on ond wife. Rev. Sprinkles and family.
get them. The trial of thee three
men will come up th June term of ftttoH, nnd lost a great deal of favor
court. Deputy 8heriff W. 8. Embrvltue ho "cnme back" and Barney Drey
and Jailer Dink Farmer took thenj'russ was glad to get him this year.
KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL, i
u i.k . w u . .. .J
Health Is Worth Savloa and Sonie
SUnford People Knew How f
To Save It.
Many Stanford peeple take their who e pennant he hopea to again lead
lives la their hands by negating the procession.
their kldnoya when they know these! llrward Caamlta ot our. city hating
w -peed -.help. eir hldfters areagahr slgnedTa Titfsbnrg Contract
responsible tor a vast amount of suf--vi'i rport next Monday at IWest
f.rlng and 111 health, but there Is no Baden. Ind.. to tr-ln for ti arduous
need to suffer nor to remain In dan- dittleK the coming season. His hand-
ger when all disease and aches and some bride will accompany our famous
palna duo to weak kldneyu can bo Kentucky hero, around the circuit to
Quickly nad permanently cured by the nld him with her presence, that he
use of Doan' Kldne Pill. The fo- -nuy end th season as the Champion
lowing sUtement leaves no ground for pitcher of America.
doubt. li The Hustonvllle Hop Club gave a
Mm. II. Walter, Hill St.. Lancaseef. "out dellghtrul hop and supper In the UKO floRENCF., M. C. L. C. C. bariuuiderj were restored while the
Ky y.: I" never fall to pral Newtonian Hotel Friday night or Int. !."',. ,.. m rtlx his condl-
iVxin's Kidney Pill wh-n I have tS& week. The orchestra from nanvllle ECZEMA CURE A BEAUTY WASH ,,nner WM ma" t0 r?3l'X , . f.
opportunity, as they are certainly nil firnlshed the music for the occasion. Although D. D. D. Prescription has tlon aid sock the paths or righteous
excellent remedy. I have not bem Amonr the chaperones tor the Car- heen reC0gnlzed tor yenri as the one hCm. The InHuence for good Is un
without a .uDnli- in the house fdr nhnl of Musical Romances given In .m,itr rnr Kczema. Psoriasis, and all ...... nn.i ik ....mumiinr mm.
'yeaw. Whenever my back becomes
laaie nnd painful, a few d-. fcricR-
I fiorw io normal toiiaiiiim.
J K"nr Mix hv nil (tellers. Price. ROri.
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iuicr.iinuuiu i . iiimm". ,,
,, agcnU for (ne Unlted Sta,cs.
Rpmember the name Doan's -nn
taake no other
Mnrch 2. Cattle I0j-
(eiitK 813: market
atendv fair lo
suauy, mir in
n,.i .l.i.,..ru ir. or.filR. rnmmAn
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I77 40; Sheep Recelrte
un; market strong,
r. 2.254.15. Ijimbs
Market strong. I4.GO6.40,
An "ltack the 8rlp ' r,en fo'
, b persistent cough, which to
laanr roTS a great nnnoyancA
-.u ...-i-. r..r.. n.j- k.
utioniberlain'S uougn Hemcoy na
KAAfl ATlAnfttVAlv 11KA.I and With fOOd
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irtAwv oUlr rtUnivlLM DAM I All-
ni. n.t..t Allar A, Mn ,1mA T f.n.. IlV Aim. lllll Mnniainc IOr WIUCIl OUT
BtfM by Peaay Drug Btr. 1 1
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WEDS BEAUTIFUL GIRL
f A CASE OF LOVE AT FIRST 8IOHT
OTHER NEW NEW8 FROM
THE WEST END.
llimtonvllle, Ky., March 2.
I Tuesday's Lexington Herald had
this story of ft wedding which Is of
grMt Interest here and In Lincoln
Howard CamnlU, box artist on Bar. J
denoe on West Main atreeL
The marriage took place at 7 o'clock
Monday evening. Mr. Carnnltx came
bero from III home In Hustonvllte,
Kentucky, yesterday Afternoon with
bla bride-to-be, hi sisters Mrs. Walter
Van Arsdalti and Mis Edna Caranlts
hi brother Harry, and Dr. O. 8. Wil
liams of Huatonvtlle. They register
ed at the Phoenix Hotel and were
mony, returning downtown In time to
eo "Bright Eyai" nt th8 Lexington
MU Claxton waa dressed last night
iltl , dari. biua MlliL ahe and Mr.
iCamnlU have known each other for
ten ypura or more and their marriage
Is the rlDenlne of a friendship formed..
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-uvuw -r - (
TnB brl,,e L Itleaa of th,
Catnnitz family, and often visited
hufcband'a sisters in Hustonvllle. Tho .
bg pj,Uburg twirler arrived In Hu's- especially Uncle Jim Moser nnd Oeo-'0nJy yetterdttr, whiie two little chll
tcnvillo about two days ago from New j Carter, uhoBO wealth and economy dron cro88jng tbo bridge over
York City, where only n Bhort time .are examples by which witnesses on Drnke.tf rjreok, the horse which they
bufore he had affixed his signature to .1 the stand illustrate their testimony, I woro drlTlng geared and backed olt
'im contract with the band of Pirates crowd the court house county court overtttweivo foot abutment which was
Miss Claxton was already In Huston- day In April. TIs not. high taxes not banIgtercdf but by a miraculous
'vlllo and tho party of live camo on to or roat running or high flying that has provdence tho little ones escaped un-
Lexington yesterday. .made Ceorge Carter well nigh a rail- ,nJured lf iimba were broken or the
Ttley w,1Meave this morning at 9:30 Honulro but energy, industry nnd of ,h ,DBnocenU bad been
o'ciock ovethe Q tc C. tor Huston-, oconomy. George don't want to en- out M not Uncojn COUnty
vllle to rctaaln about two days. when(ter into a division with Rockefeller be- bo mdo defendant m a legal suItT
Mr- CamnlU and bis wifo will go to. cause he can neither cat nor drink. mvjd 8pooBam0re, of HedgevUle,
TouJavllIc Kext Monday they will stocks and bonds nor railroad cars. ' t of Gea 0, Spoonamoro
m i wt nart. snrtn. where the
o " " ' " ' I
husband will meet hi teammates and
loo,, tho kinks in his arm for tho
I About ten ears ago Camnltz w6n
.fame a a college pitcher while at Cen, Tuesday of tuberculosis . and bur-' jjgj, and wiss Minerva Cox, of Lao
,,..r'ifftiVi:ii.w tiJ-i,. i Vint -j"iwl',JrfvTriiffalo?n1'eferJ.rarterv' services ,. u, anri Mr.
iWM. UUt.CAB.L.. o IVIL I" 4V& ti...
burg reached out for him in the fall
of 108 and sent him to Springfield I
Illinois, the next spring where Cam-
,.'., . ., .w
nlU practically won a pennent for the
Sucker State Capital City team.
lie wae recalled but sent to Toledo,
Ohio, the next year. In 1907 the P.
l nwuager considered him ripe for
major league duty and ho was made n
full-fledaed Pirate. Slncn that time he
ha. pre)eJ recklessly on National
This union wns the climax of long.i
land devoted love t first alght affair. certa,rparc of land m SUnrord Ky.,Aker anU "8I T.T . r-.rZSr
Ihey leave in a rew day for Wwt'" W T N jmSl S Cora Bryant and Fannie Carpenter.
:xnA'n .h--. in .h.r. r.mnltr P.ear tn?. t .N.t?r. . .?. .. ., i n.r lf of J. M.
.ZZJiXtTm inr ihe eomln. -
'sons strenuous work with the Plratn
i nui ifcKiii t.n.u.un w i? -w"-i"ft
lJJulsvllle lnt week our city had the
ho""r nf hlnF mn,t w? rpreented
liiv nvw atnnrllrn fllafnn-n nnrl Tinilli.
" .-...."-- "t
'n very bad condition to travel, the
... . .
aepurimoDl win soon issuh nn oraei
reducing route to standard distance
In order thnt carrier rcav reach offlco
lu tim0 to catch last out-going tnnll,
I Cleve Dunn resigned Monday
town marshal to accept a position ns
commercial ptlgram for n Loulsvlllo
I'rni. coieman aution nas neon np-
1"1 mcivBiur iu n uunu ouu
. , h. n. ,i.f ,, nnii.n
,u,...lu" )""."-" ."" '"V. ". .'""."
mjsh Angle wirrenier n ciasa in eio-
.,,,, tnvltod to atttend. Adiula.
I "Gon but not forgotten" should
be Iq.the mind of eery member of
"tnvllle Christian church fop our
beloved brother Frank Vaughn. He
loved the Master's cause ai evidenefcd
i hi. will ann iMilanent. IMvinirl
Sm. u.t wit and testament leaving'
lnn n aid In Imntovelent to th!
funds to nld in improvement to me
.k. .1 , . o Mlnr far vaara
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.Ia" a pj..i.w i- u.i.l. 1-
Ml rWWI 4lttu u v --
. -a . ..4. a. ft IbMRMH V
swraa bdo i s i lana aaa i 1 1 ! 1 1 cui
Jim iiiiiik Aiturii oi color (lieu
Thursday night Inm from tho effects
of n lick on the bend stmck by Waller
Anderson colored a few days before.
L). T, Alooro nnd son have rented
Ihe blncktmlth shop of M II Vocum
nt Geneva and opened up n first-class
work shop for all kinds of wngon
and h'legy work They aro also ex
pert horse shocra and all work Is
I want to quit farming nt onco und
1 will sell my splendid 200 ncro farm
with elegant new 7-room residence
metal roof and metal roof tobacco
and stock burns nt a price very tow.
Located In Green river valley near
Karlestoti close to church and school
and In fine community For price and
terMs to suit any body write Dox 182,
Hustnnvlllc, Ky quick J. W.
Mrs. F. O. Mansfield of Lexington Is
Isltlng friends and relatives here
Livfts m 45 Cetts.ajfwk
BOBBITT HAS HIGH COST OF LIV
IN BEATEN TO A FRAZZLE.
" Crab Orchard, Ky Fe it.
To the people of Lincoln county
Much haa been said about high coit
of living. For several months I have
lived exceedingly well on forty five
cents a week: 16 cent worth ot bu
sage or ham, 10 cent worth ot meal,
10 cent worth ot coffee, ten cents
worth ot buttermilk. The most fastid
ious epicure does not line with better
people want to know some -
thing about good Uylnghad roods soM,
in 'nrhnnin. sorrv school books, noort
- . - - -
Inefficient teachers, the offspring or
lK-?.sorry school books, ana nign lx''B,,guuhureous blue! Then our bridges
aviators and automobiles, let them all
FONTAINE FOX BOBBITT
MRS, LUCY MA9TIN DEA0,
Mr. Lucy Ma.tin wife of J. C Ma -
n died at her home on Hanging Fork
Pitts-,Key.h Tave's huS and
- T . I I
in -hiiHr.n in mnnm h. ir.
Mr.. MasUn wa8 born June 30 1862
nn Jln.?aJi?,J -nnnian cnurcn in ner
early chldhood. She was the dauch-
,ef 7of Leocard nounCB of Harrison
cointy, and was married to J. C. Mas-
tin loth March 1880 and to their union
were born nine children.
Lincoln Circuit Court.
rennte P. Carpenter. Plaintiff vs Dor l
MONDAY. MARCH 13th.
county court day at 1 o clock. P. M.;
?. r"nt. .Lthe .."".t. ". ."?L
iHianiora, ivy., sen ai puuuc uuitry io
I.k kl.k.., .nH km, klilHar tho follow
j....ik.j .i .,.,. ,it. i
ne BST" w- T J?.!?.!.
i. a. im n i? r-n nn tnii eoiir nr i An
. r . d . orooerty of W.
A c, and an aIIcr on tb WMt oe.n in " "" r" . .,
by Depot street said property lt knownrmln haa been sick of grippe, sir.
'jypajioug property. 'John Nayior haa been sick, but is
, TermsThe said sale will be made better
cn B Ctc4H or six months, and the, . '. M.Qun , told hU farm
rchMler wjl be required to givrl J v" Me9T" V "lT,n
bond for the purchase price, approved here to John T. Ulgsby, na movea w
by the comjainBioner and payable to Urodhead. where he purchased; a farm
h,m baring six per cent, intere.it of 149 acres for $3,200.
frum daU of Bfte with jen reUlned , r-,iTi at the Methodist chure'i
cn lh property sold, and the said ! Tne TlT at me Meinooisi cuur. .
honu- favlrig the force and effect of a closed Sunday night. Tnero were
judemenL This Feb'y 36th, 1I1 oulte a number of profess'oas, and
' otnnr forms of skin diseases. It Is now
tr,own that thrr Is no othof Wuau
even thoce uhed hy the beauty spe- lure, imjoib uhu uit. " "k
clatists, that can "Compare "with this ' tlst church woa well attended, the
mild liquid tor cleansing the skin of houge wa nllcd to OVern0wlng. Rev
nlmiilcd. blackheads, rash, asd all aim-
liar Rkln atrxtlons.
For thh reason alone a bottle of,
D. D. D. should h kept on hand In
oery household. A trial bottle 35c
will show you the merits of this groat
lemerty as a complexion wnh.
D. D. D. seems to remove the cause
whatever the trouble may bo, cleans-
' mm lA ..Ll 4k4 1utt1l It fS attt A B
ihb iuo ,ii, , ,, '
nuinnlh na rloar nn that of a healtor'
Get a 25c bottle today and keep It a good school ana receive.) me sincere
In the house approbation ot patrons and pupils a-
Shugars and Tanner. jkei Hcnrj niankenship. tho only
n r pi" l,up" not m,Mln8 n day lnla ,erm' r8'
Fine Bosiiess Fw Sale ;'ed a n,e book- Tnls make8 ,hreo
. . terms of school conseculhely which
At McKlflflCy.tnB yodh8ter has attended with not
n ilnv mtHRAfl.
IIL'SIIing IO BO MIO un KT uujincpi,
r ! A l.K nm l-k lmalAdai S
w will sell tne rouowmg property
located opposlte tho depot at McKln
One 18 room hotel,
One livery bam.
One store-bouse 60x30, with
- w,t" stock r mhandlse appear .
F""8 deslrln t0 ,nto. tn hotr. "
n and rood, business will..
andi !Ler1 Ki ,?.bU wm8J!L"h
a iwq Bitr rb ju. i,
AM ,ji r. M UlflTVDfl c, Otf
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OT WT W WW . - W W
aHwyr. MtKlaa?, tr.
UAn l(C. 1TARF
Inn' AU injillUi
ON STINGY CREEK
CANINES BITTEN BY
RABID ANIMAL BAD ROADS
IN EAST END.
A dog supposed to have been mad
W6ttl on a rampage on 8tlngy Creek
last week and bit some dogs gelong
Ing to Joslnt- derson, Thos. Nay.
lor and otfi xlcr attacking some
hog at Wrt ouahorn's tho canine
left for pa'ts unknown. A farmer
from lower Garrard tells us of quite
scaro thete some day since and sorer
nl doge had to be killed.
Boys In this section have grown to
manhood since the pike in ths sec
tion were ditched In a proper maaaer.
The center of the road-bed, Which
should at all times be a alee well
roundod crown, is now, In many places
the lowest part ot the road, and water
of Its own sweet will running where
soever It llsteth. A nice coating ot
mud, about the consistency of batter
makes any kind ot travel something;
fine Just atter a rain. A blind man
with his think box full of care and
worry, might rid over our roada and
make a count ot those chug hotoa
which dlsoerse care, worry. Jolt your
',,. - - dow and lf tb..e ,. anything'
,h ... mnkA nn which annroxi.
... .. .u. .i. mn.
maiea iiruiaun, iua oiiii -.
her0 WJil get few itreak ot deep
Bra . , , ha. tney ou-ht to be.
. ... Mr. and Mr. T. W. Jones.
and wife. Mr. and Mrs.
'ot Stanford, with thelr guesU, Mr,
lBnd Mrg Normah. erf Waltofl. Ky.;
'ero rUIUng J, M. Cre.s and wire.
Mrs. William Henderson, of Patnt
M,l,r. VflrH KUITOIO - -.
John William.. The MU.es HolUcl.w
nt niihert' Creek, were witn Airs.
ummft HolUclaw. John Bell and wife
f QoeUcn YBited John Nayior, J. k.
ol " ..,,. i.v ul John
Marchbank. of Paint Uck. visited Jonn
Hester. John Anderson or Crab urcc
, visited J. L. Anderson and O. A.
Brown. Miss Jennie Rogers of Cedar
Creek, was a guest of Misa Katnenne
Motviu. Misses Mary Anderson and
Gertrud0 Adams visited Miss Carrie
Rev. J. K. Roberts, Logan jnoiupaou
f,miw. Mr. and Mr. M. O. Ken-
I;: " n .rhnnn and wife. P. F.
nwj - - - .
--..-. J. .nH vlfn. MesdamCS J. W.
. . . n .a ui..u
M,T ""7.. .-., hu
..H.rA r ,tim tiiMni Becuoa um
... . -. .v w M. rum-
v fc ,.-,..-. -v. .--
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Johnson is a wide awake temperance
worker ard In this lecture presented
facts nnd figures. Rev. Johnson and
M,fu ,eft for wtim0re to visit his fath-
i .. ,v. ., m ,
. "T" Silver' Johnson, but will re
turn soon to Lincoln and engage In a
revival at Hebron chureh.
xuo school here closed on rTiciay.
Mis Holtxclaw the teacher has taugnt
Do you know that croup can be ppn
ventedt Give Chamberlain's Court;
I Kennedy a soon as the child becomes
lfbarse or even after the croupy cough
appear, and 1 will prevent the attack
a certain cure for croup and
nover been known to fall. Sold
. i.y. txm, Store'.