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VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 18
8TANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, 7UE8DAY, MARCH 7, 1911.
$1 A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE
APAIaJOT I P M DA Aft
AbAINM L. a N. KUAU
VERDICT FOR IO,000 IN ENQLE-
MAN flUlT OTHER COURT
ilnUtrntur of Mint
...-! .... "?I
Tlio milt for
brought by. tlio ml in
IJumI K. iCi.glemnu wn flnlil.ed nmt
reaiiton in n ern ngflinsi me louis,
Villo U NhmIivIIIo railroad for $10,000.
in .a nuu .miwi Kiigieman
atantly kltleu by nn I &
Bvr train ai wnai is Known as oous
. . at'
creaaing on mo Knob lick pik. wiiiu Knd formally tendering Uiana of
on route from lir homo to town. Two Con grow to hltn.
nr hko her administrator aectired' Created congroiloiial oommlaelMi
judgment Co, $10,000 but U. case ,l TZtnree.Vrom ..III.
was rctoraed Uj tl.o court of appeal' Uefroird stntotuod to Arizona and
on tr-e ground that It waa not idown Vw Mexico
In trial of the ease that the company
train, lutd been In lb Wblt or whist-
Hug l the .rotng. At ttn aocoiid
irini ii wiw luwu-ii im.v imv.. .tW. .....
.. .. i... .I. .1.... .... u,lilnh Mlu'.l!wilnu-n OO flltenillrfHtilKn litillMlll
iu" v ,,r ".. ..;.
infcie.min . ner " """""o ououotioooi.oooooo o!''0"1',08- ,T,,reo out of 'T.T"
pro mi that the train ga mi wnrii- " " PReaCHER8VILLE O cl"cl'' ln U, clty wcro onrr,c'1 by
ing of Its approach. Tb0 defect In tho " ' " " ,th dry olemcnt. Saloons wore oted
first trial t the suit bavins been O 0 0 0 0 OOOOO OO 0 o O 0 O O ,lllt for nBo by lS0 InoJorIty. Inl
,,.1. in the .eeond. It la nowj Mr. H.ohnrd Wl.Hams r.n. a hand lll0dllllI,y f(l0Wll,g tho announcement
oallo erUln that Ilia Judgment will full of old coins, Spanish Mexican of victory, all church nnd school bolls
Maud In tho higher OiHlll. TW acci-
leni which twt H Knglenmn lior(th
Uf wtia ouo of tl. Mddeat thnt hna da
rnr oceurre-J In this community. She.
was Just 10 jearH or age nnd n grlght hi ought from VlrgluU on n pack horao Hon nt the court house that nigh, '"'"t to produce profit we must prc
..... i,i b- Wllllnm l'oe. who nnu n nloneor .k.... .... .i.-i. ...i id'icc ORES. To produc eggs Wn must
Tn . ..,1 a 0. SlUPle
figainst Joli Jones th Jury could not
oureo and the cnoo goes over until
tho Juno term. The suit was ui rc -
rIl of a dlacreemenl oer u hay Ucni
OF KENTUCKY PLOOD MAKES A
Tlio Augusta, Kansas Journal
n stH'ech made by Ma.ter Znch
nlnn old Settler's .Reunion on wnhDing
ton' birthday. The young man 1 n
son of Sam Taylor, one went front Caa
. u .ii... utii.. ii
cy oounty. tn the Sunflower state n
number of ycara ago, nnu m i;
knovn and relatel in i.incoin. wu"
of ti best thtnka about him h that
be Is a constant reauer oi iuu .. -..
an nro o many of tboso who have
i(i i hi. nan of Kentucky for homes
In tbo west. Tho speoch of tho pro-
mlMng young orator wall a follows:
I'm not an old settler, but I'm n
jaylinwker. all right tho only ono tn
our lamlly and I'm glad to help you
rnl..-rate nil I can. If I were Just n
.... .. i .... ... innVo more noise
IHIIH UIHI-I VMM...
-lv mother nnd father, sister and
brot.e. are Con.-Cn.ekcr.. 1 don't
know much nbout that stato oxcept
ttuu they have lota of "shoot nnd
booze" and when the election Is over
it take, a long. long tlm0 to co.unt
"My Uiey io sornp one iut.-m.
.ti nur know when ou'e got a
tellnw licked for good. I'm not a-
iinid in co there, but I would rather
ii. nut hnr In the big west uud
ink mr chances with tho hot winds
"I thing It Is Just great to help
rotehrato Washington's birthday, for
he waa a flno man. He didn't bap-
b born In ICnixias, but no
coi.ldu't lmlp tlait. I bcllevo he would
bava como to Kansas If he'd had
i ii . .
tlnw. niHl a railroad ticket. He could
bar. tried his little hatchet ou n
wlu1 litilg row out hore and 1 bet
Ma father wouldn't I iuo sold n word.
- "If Mr. Washington could atop off
f, Kanan. today, and see her broad tlou wllh his brotheMn-l.w. Mr. K. U. society or itojai oeig mora t. , m.w n. e'h"Ju, Horn, on February 25th to Mr. andwll0 th IeaiUnB lcctUrer In lho In
bivlilw.. railroad Mitcm. whool a)s- nijk..on. M. O. Is u llvo wire any- V"u;u l!Wt Ihursdn) nigni. anu wo looking nil over the coun- Mrs Lindsay Carney a flno girl baby. torost 0r rural schools, gavo his loo-
i . ... uIlIi tlinm itmrli eiiprnaii ' ... .". ... .. .
tr, auto ayatom. nud divorce ayatom
aaiUa't ha stilckorT And would
a't !.- imllo t see our womon In
Iwl.hli' slrlrts. taking their husband-
Vtt- W't to olu?
1 know ho would like to attend au
t'A MUa' reunion here. He would
t'i ilaH up and suy: "My dear peo-
-i. '. .....u.l nf vnn) You've sfluelcll-
iImj Uidlan, sraBshoppor nud chinch
i . .,.iv i..nnvn von are iro-
.: " ... .;,., i. w.t.. tho
.,-, ... -, ... ,-... .---
!-rok-wrm. Now. If you would have
rcr-ect tua. you must get .Id oj
...,t .unfleww. old bnohe'oa. and
iv trrlna on tho Frisco.
.Mr. Josh Wilson one of tho lending
Oamegrnl of tho Baat End, was hore
at ivurt laH week, nud told a num-
hr nt IiIh friends that ho would b a
rjndidato for the nomination for Jail-
pi Ho hns boon n wheolhorso for
ttie ity for 3 ycara and will doubt-
1-- i,mk a nood raco.
WHAT DO YOU
KNOW ABOUT THI8T
Chas. A. Hardin boa boon aeciareo
. . . 1 ...j k ih. riamrvrsf.
for tne'om or Cownen! ' At-
toraeji4eni lWaV' "
the democratic nominee for circuit new In tho mercantile 'line. He la ft TLs .Ni .... uy r"""" "'ZVi be "Uber ttll. TVUB,f i .? "1 'r eornl wooks ,B B0W lmProv' 1 ' -,-,-
IJ l ,h- Mrcararrard.Bolo.Lln nice man and will treat you rltftt ?J.!".?.rA" ",'..C ..... . .. Chamberlain
jw.ftv ... .- . . ... inmuiu uuu ni-u mumuii umivn - ibis mm mano mum worn ior 11. 1.0m -- . .... Kill rntarrn vnrtna ana oanisn CK.'i.u.h. ... ..r. .,.,
. ..i n....i Ma n.ni n. .livfnd and when vou ara In hla store. uu . ui,,,.. an,i T.nn.r '.- ...... ... .... i.ju 1. ... Mr n. ll. Ftox fell from a Hay bibck . --:- --" r":i SZ7. .. c.:-.' " n'" -.. "
Lu.u uhuivh - -u o,u. wn u i -"- .--.. viu miwi mv uvw ijiiwium n.-tnio iu - . - larra oy BrewvaiBK7uyuBjei.;DnuBii-Bi and hre been praised by
n..n v. H. Burch. of Lincoln, will Ilka Itobort Turner haa bold his farm to n- sa in the chaff. nud threw hi shoulder out of place h.w.inr -na .nlttlnz nulckly go. Q. o,nm... .hn hav f.n
O WHAT C0N0RE88 DID O
O OOOUvO'OOOUOOOOOOO O
Appropriated 13,000,000 to roTliry
U'o ''";? "?2."L ...-....
( Hocndillcntlon of tlio Judicial code
i regarJcd a tlio moot Important for
the amelioration i of the taw'i .delays.
roatlnn of forest proiorves In tlio
Ho.itlK.rn Appalachian nnd While
imvfdcd for th conatnicifoR of la
gntlon and embasav buildings abroad.
in waa In-1 '-aw requiring Inspection of loco- .,' r f, .,. ' , ,. t
N nolol'moU'i. boilers .1,,8ro nre rour munlor m to
"' ": treating Robert K. I'eary n Hoar. lfca al"l largo numbor of damage
,Attmra on th, Mtretl Mtt of lho ,mvy
Downed permanent tariff board hill
hm ,,oroa',0 Pl
j)ertfd bllL for dlivct election of
Diiiii'u nutirs acnniorn.
i :: :
nnu l. h. ud nponuu .coin, uuoui
nil c. h. ud Bpnnuu .coin, uuoui bogan to chime, while the court house i,ne ,ew cn.caons n.s wne nns uuya
It." ZuTZS0 !",Pd WUb "IT1"0 8UtlloVChoKen.nnn?ftSSu
Jto 1781. being ou-r 130 Jtrs old. I1R ll)ld B,UR,ng 80nK. Tho celobm- profit how can we Increase this
7 niau tiriuf n nliftif it'll I nl. umu t .. ,! .i.
saw a chair which was
'and fudlau fighter, when ,her wero
no fnoro than n half dozen settle-
menta In Kentucky. Ho settled In
i i. -. i si ..
.nrraru cuumj. uuoui mini uuu a
nan onst oi jntasier. on tl.o pre.
ont plk0 to lluokeye Mrs. John Wll-
, - - -
Hums, who was n Mkia Romans of Car-,
irard lb a descendant of tl.o tho bravo
'ni.i .,..,.., n.,.i !..,,. n.iu f.n
," ',, i . . .7
old heirloom very hlghlj. It Is solidly
,uuiu oi u.acK wainui nnu guou ior
'another hundred jears. To sit In thU
rm, ,i,w,e!",r- c,r y0l,r t? i
ot lnrtl to i,nRnu yoursoir back
)n ,he nuatly times when tho tomn-
mwjc nnd the scalping knljn gleamed
mi), the grand old foresters, and
. . .. j .. i ...
frcqutiiuly bathed thomselvoj In tho
white mans uiooa:
,U Infant child of, Mr. anil .Mrs.
jcf. urown Is very 111
. .. ".
Alter liev. jonnson uenvercu ins
auureM on Sunday morning on tho
.ubioct. "Uoozo nnd Boodle." th tern
rnincc commltteo submitted tho tol-
Whercaa the licensed liauor trai
llc iB a Krcat cvil nnd n constant men
aco ( njj our civn and religious lustl-
nn i ...mlinil- Vlini u-i fnvnr tlui
.v iw 4vw.-. .......
overthrow of this groat iniquity. Wo
nso Ureo all frlomli of temperance,
,ourl,ty and good government to rally
wltl. their Influence and voles, to hold
the ground w0 have already gained.
y believe It would bo a dlsgraco and
aCt.vcrla.llng shanio for the good old
county of Llncolu and go back to the
Ho it further resolveed.
r on thli
earnestly request our pruient
to strictly onforco the law i
oticstlon nnd wo nledeo them our sup-
,,ort u thfs behalf (Signed).
II. T l.UNSFORD. Ch'm'n.
a II. THORNTON.
P. K. PAIIRISH,
F. L. THOMISON.
AIte,r tho aboo resolutions were
- - -.
rtu,t th0 cougregntlon or near fivo
hundred peoplo rose to their feet,
thereby unanluiously ratifying tho
report. Taken all in nil It wa. a stir-
rDK temperance mcotlng.
M. O. Kennedy will soon go to
urynntsvlllo to nm a aloro In connec-
i,oro, h,. 1 and we bellevo lho new
firm wm jneet with success
ir joiyj Carpcatcr and son. Cltva-
CM,no from Florida Saturday to vl it
the fumllles of S. D. Carpenter and
v, 11 Cummins. They will spond
Bom time hero- before returulng to
tholr bom,, at Red Hock. Okla.
l.nvl Rnwilu. Iinushl n row anil calf
0r Dabney Davis Tor $31. WllUon and
Hnw.i.r. i,,..hi nnmrnivos from John
Thro li practically no effort In
th.s section for another tobacco crop
several who havo had to almost glv
their crop away, and tueii lost hoav
by so dolii". iisauro us llmt they nro
dono with, tobacco for good. Moro(
cor 111010 wheat.
Mr. Tom Hopper has moved back
to Lincoln county from Frankfort and
has bought a farm of F. M. Deacon
Crag Orchard plko.
uroughtontown la building up It uaa
a broom factory In operation and Is
making good brooms.
Asker IlarteU la doing a good bull-
ri.krlsa Plnmmor. anil Bnh.rt Titrnup
na. yarchaaea another from Frank Do
Four Murder Cases
DOYLE COURT DOCKET
TERM TO DE EXTENDED
Circuit Clerk II. 0. Prlco, of Ilorlo.
County, was hero Saturday ito o
' Jud w k , ,
" .... , , ., . .,
'f " t tl.o end of the April
. term of court In Danville, making four
weeks In nil. Mr. Prlco saya that tl.o
i0yto court dockot U vory congested.
' Richmond Dry
ANTI SAL00NIST8 WIN DIG VIC
TORY IN WOOD'S TOWN.
Jttclimoml went "dry" Friday by 12iurURht In WO,000,0o4. l'hlrd Is wheat
! mnjorlly afler one of th0 biggest enm-
I ..... .... , . ...,
iinigna nnu Oieciious ever noiu in mat
.' '- ."" u ....
i,0(,nn to chime, while the court house
oon was conducted by n big Jolllflca -
Jto M'rT VZ
others for tl.clr work In tb0 election,
Tho day begun with th prayers bold
al all churclius. The election was tlio
qi.lotost, most peaceful nnd hnrdost,
fought ever held there.
o- .. ..v.
ve believe tho Courier-Journal Is
right In advocating n platform conven-
.... ,. .. . ......
r ' 1,owj..Hl after. 1 don't nulto remember
cv,.r we'd hnto to run for office on n;wiiir, ((no morning I was asked to
piaKo.n. of democracy If It was left
(0 th0 C.-J., to nnuic the plankn. We,""1 n nnlf lUckt of corn I went to
" ,,ot Mlvv ,,ml u wou,d be -'iYS'a.WnH
sirable to hold a platform convccntlon f0UU,j t(fc chickens all a the hen
until titer the primary A convention 'house, about one hundred and fifty in
which Is sovcrolgn In the party might I"11- Komo WPr on 'ho fIoor Eome on
take It Into Its head to nominate the .VJ?,081,' "f .LLwVrlf ?h fh?J
lOutsldu In a Iree, where tney had
ticket for state offices while It was,oosted that nlghu The henhouse
at It. Too suggestion that tho two
tate democratic committees nnd the
MiccesBful candidate;, after the prl-
mary get together and draw up a
platform Isn't n bad one, when It Is
O oouu o OOOOOO OOOOO. O
O EUDANK8 O
Mpj. Ida Whcoldon is sutforing with
crl.ine nlso Mr loo Urvnnt la very
grippe, a.so aire. .100 urj.iiu is crj
Mr. Carl Vanhook and family havo
leturncd to Kentucky from a fo
year.' -ojourn in Indiana. Ho will
nmke. his home hero In the future.
Johnny Barbour, ot this place has
gone to Indiana to spend tho summer.
Mr. Jay Wheeldon hai rented his
farm to Mr. J. J. Warren for lho com-
Johnny Barbour, ot this place lias
ono to Indiana to spend th0 summer.
Mr. Jay Wheeldon ha, rented his
Win to Mr. J. J. Warren for tho com-
ng season havlnng decided to go Into
the mercantile business nt thlx plnre.
-Mr. lYank IngUlon and ir leli
r- i...nn.. iv. v ni. Ma ur
for Indiana Ieb. JS, nlso his sUter
Mlai Nell Ballard of Highland 1
wiiu ner sister, .urs. nnuie uuunu),
r tiip ira
or this place.
Miss Mnud Nelson Malted hor rnnu
paronu Saturday nnd Sunday.
Mr. James McClure nold his farm
-Mr. Will McClure is suffering Irom
".ng gouen yoisouuub u.-u.l.- ...
t Uk Nannit, leiains is waiiuig l
Miss Mattl0 Bryant organld n
wlhli them much success.
rwp mahvcl OF THE
n a fL TEST .;
CURED BY TH
ED FOR 30 YEAR8
:'0R 30 YEARS.
Aehlmr bones, swollen loins, per-
.. .'.. .. .... '......
- - T. '.. .
with" pure Botanical Ingredients. To
rrm If wo will send vou n
. SamDl. Treatment Free
--::.- ,:-r ....... .....,.., .
' bayo bone pains, sciutlca or
lcn Jmts or awoMcn muscles, dltll-
niatlsm In all tta forms,
.-- " .V"" ., " T. n,t,:;
'"n rc.nVFn. enta and docto a navo
.-11-- a. t.AH v A...A Mtf ItflllUI'U
juue-u iu wciii ur t-iiiw wuuuw.w.u
or by exprew. t PUR I.AR0K BUT-
(Jet TO.ir tlCUClS early ior IUO COD
cuity in movinB nn ?. u ..u t.0 and u0 n part ,., lu.a . - -- -r""-.- Ktnin wflll ,llgcull8 cru. vuuna ... ...Bw... -
to ue crutencs uiooa nun or sain , -thl - .. bu.lnoiE Strln the start lu about n monin. "- "'" " . garet Arnoia nns returnwi 10 niuinu.
....... -... ......i .i ...... .i.irtir... 1" ln3 rcai DUoinoiE. ntrip 100 huiiiubi ,.- nw.rtnlnlnD in the betterment D.m.u i.wtli,,lo nv p P rtrnwn
. ""' r'.' ""M ".".."'"-:',' houses put In new wlnoow glass, wren Arthur Statum Is visiting leumes '"-"". ?,."-?- ",." . "T, E. '"' ZT n i ,.,
I'H.iiB mm uini.u, .u.j.jubv, B"- ""- t mP jjoen broken out, for end damp , . ....,- ,i,ia week or """ rvonw-11 KUUUU" I'" "' " ,. .,.
t.nnlc Blood Balm (B. B. D. which .e atonoennn, no ma, 'causes of roup nt ""t' mp J F "Russell and wife This movement has received the un- he held 1 nn " "f 'fv'' J"
moves overy symptom, because B. B. ' , h .u,. nrotif can-. t,. ;., Born, to Mr. J. . iiusseii anu wn n,tuiSa'li0 Wkln is ln Stanloni teaching a
IB. sends a rich! tingling flood of and who that I. profit cant be. NeM on n Hw ,,, ed endowment of Uio State t ,n ch,na palntlnR M M
warm, rich pure blood direct to tho Xd all one kind of feed', name Is Nancy Katharine Russell. Superintendent of Kentucky, and all et llennlck ,8 , Lousvllo for treat
parniyicu nerves, uones ami jom, hut feed a variety, of course fow a tn .,, v nnphnnnn l vlsltlns her ne leaning acnooi men ua wen mine m uuu u, u.o .,....... ..-.-.
giving warmth and strength Juat X Vrage and pick up tho line- ""' nMvrt forested In Kentucky, pro wHa.o .0Borjr has returned to .e
whore It Is needed nnd In this way ,.r ,,, of their II vln but not a'l. We daughter, Mra. Busle warren or hut mmPr,n,llr RrU m.n M home In North Dakota. Mlsi Nel
on .iin n r.rrot inciin.. nir. i.r rho.i ..r. -" '.." - .-. . i. . ... i.n i,r ivn iiuiititirii at men- .-. .., . .. jonnaion. 01 i.ex.ncton, is uxiiuvu-i
Iimniii .. v.v. ... .-...n . w. W"-
HOW TO INCREASE
POM TRY PROFITS
l uuLitui i uuiuo
An.w L,A.,r,, ,. ni.o.cr. .
ADLY HANDLED BY RU88ELL
BROWN AT RECENT FAR-
At thn recent Farmer' Institute
hold h.re, KnH.r.l Uumn, of this slty.
rd nn nbla paper on "I'oultry l'ro-
i Ola and How to Increase Thom "
iThoro I n great nnd growing Interest
,n ,nrc ,rea poultry nil over thB coun
try and Mr. mown a nddraas ws an
wpeelnlly tlmaly one. It waa n fol-
I will glvo r few of th pro
tty. First Is oorn; it brought In 1,-
flacta of the mrm during the 19W
and comport) them with that of ncml-
try. Hrt Is oorn; It groughf in $!, -
7SU.WO.000. Second M cotton, It
product of oi.llry
ft brought 1735,000,000. Next Is the
,:,,"' i -... ........ .. T.. ,
Now Jpar fnrmor aro yon ReUlng
"w ' "?erT I might nddllhl. wce llB8' boon completed. The
K"1 Jlcr. V,n? p0Uitrj' prod? "VJT fpnt"r '""'K1'1 ' 'e wldrcss of Dr.
V"1'1 thnt dl,rl.nB . yt'ar 1910- Uut fnok, of Dnnvlllee. A good crowd wna
Jnof V"uf u,,f "' wb ny Pro .prnl Monday lght Brcatly en-
ij sT.ffi' 'erenow. HsuRhihurs.mren
Ing np his sleeve for be knows thnt aa fo 1 ws- B " hf'" ",u
i,ne ,ew cnicaons n.s wne nns uuya
j se? anAges"ana 5., JZ:
nttcntlon. They can be summed up out tho Life-line."
thus. She must b In perfect health, Address by Itev. J J. Dickey "China
t iiifl ytytiift nntntnrt Thinn nm nli
",: ", , . ,h ii ii in h r
1-,,. WntCr 1 snent two weeks In
j...u "'"ji ci uuk ..uu. .." -
caster on the Lancaster and Crab
0rcnard pike. It was the two weeks
' lt before Christmas or the two
ieca tne cnicKens nnu inK.ng a gauon
was open had cracks in It. and I found
J131' "' i"o low.a win. conns nan
"UJ"" 2";.J.t"r.,"L"tT '" .." l.VJ'
iui luu uuiiuilih uuu luuuiuh uiiuiir.
The dronnlngs had accumulated on tho
UI lilU UUI1U1HK UUU lUIlIUUft UMIUI.
floor" In large quantities I am sure
tho henhouse had not been cleaned
'"iU '". tW?."-,-ii0.""V? 1. ?.!!?.
t pathered the eggs that day maelf
and I got five, which I thought w'os a
v-'uoI lt for tho attentlPii given them.
That night I asked tho ladv If her
fow,s wt'r ot nn' P1"0'" aml was ,n
, . ,h . ,h ,,
formed that they w, of the greatest
Iinrortttoc. ns thev supplied tho tho
tablo and family needs.
niUHUUI.A ID IKVI PU
tablo and family needs.
I then wont over to sco a man on
K'Q;" Mlnorcas of n
,.lEhbor of mine. salng he was only
ROing to iSo thoroughd'ed Jowls.
On ariUIng 1 found tho house wife nt
Blck nn. ghe wan(cd to know j to
ROing to 1llg0 thorough(i-ed Jowls.
On urilMng 1 found tho house wife nt
homo .sa.d nvery glad
Bjck nn. ghe wantcd to know o
u0 ror thpm. 0n 0lnK out t0 look
nt them I round about fl'ty o' tho
orn Iik.IiIdb birds I eicr saw Their
W t,n(I heads weic swollen ttelr
nostru runnln? Bnu ,Uey wero no
'moro than flesh and bone 1 told h)r
I know what was tho matter and nsk-
w .- ....-.. -w ..-.
She took me to an old shed that hnd
. n a barn nm, wag now ,cft ng
WOrth!ess, doors nnd windows wore
open crack). In the walla and even
Planks off. I asked the lady If any ot
aui lf Bhc ,md nny otber gmp,,,.
Sn lo(, mo (noy worp not j toId lDr
luem were layinc. i wanieu n uuu
lo scnu 10 . town i ior u.o uesi roup cure
ilrds'a gooj warnTboue. 1 ! havo .Sot
ecn ,lor s,nco m,t , know hor ,)roflt
depend on, whether she made a change
,tiy that things can bo greatly inipiov- Mrp. Carney was Miss LUHe iiouins. tlire "Schools here Thoro and Every
,cd. If poultry is prorttablo under Eiich ,-,ra.n5tJon . WW Wid ui butt. whcro last Saturday night In lho
:?.Tn"lwUBXUSehtl.. Junction City graded school t.ourt house to a good crowd. He
conditions what would tru result ho
,f Pr0Pprl)" rarod for? Why, poultiy
will produce more clear money for
" " oduct of hearm
Then vhv do we not gei io wor
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. .......! I...IhwI. K.kn ald ttiu Ufll
Inclnnil nt Intllnrr 11 ho n Rlde-lin. Mint
will run IUol(T Well what aro wo go
nB to do to remedy these defects?
?? ,tt?L'02"";-?r "."
uny on irum i.u..u .u..n- vumuj
mang gtore nnd x ,ne 0.d lady's hen
frfirSfarrStft 1"? U
jj" J' tlni. (Uve If a good cleanlnr
V rk.nQgWhenmaVnd the layVg hen I.
of ihn wnrkine hen
ln?. -wor.K'"K "e"'. ...... .
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TDia niiouf ion incneH, aeen wun
chaff. This chaff Is easily secured. It
Next I tb arrangement for having
Ihlj food trouiid. The food paBoa 1 to
.UB VI.T WU MVR1 i;iT U .S p.'
card and here la where the process of
f rinding takes place. Th0 fowl must
havo something sharp In tho way of n ..... nun. ..,,.
n,i, ,.. .i-.i ,i. .. - ,.i thinO HIGH 8CHOOL NOTES O
rrlt lo BrlmI ,hls foo,, ft B00l, tMnR
lor thl ,s sround oyster holl. It
cin ,)C i)0llRhl ror GR or 70 CPntg ppr
hi.ndrcd pounds and It fills a double
l",rPo. besides fumliihlng grit It
mippllM lime One pound of th shell
contains enough lime to completely
loat "oven dozen egga. Another very
Important elimont In egg production
In plenty of fresh water, because the
WK m me egg is composed of SO per
cent water and or th- whit. 81 17 per
ceni is water, u von naven i a irnncn
pr P00' ' 'e,,n water near, It should
l iPPHed every day, clean out the
hn houso nt least Cnco In two weoks
i" vimk ana nun i ioi nee
re'l on your fowls for a lousy hen
cannot b In perfect honlth and only
'np hen In perfect henltl. will produce
. and eggs nro tho profits
, lYeCK 01 iraVer
I PROGRAMS FOR WEDNESDAY AND
I The program for last two nights
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Wednesday Evening 7:30 P. M.
Open.rg hvmn by congregation
".Something for Jesus."
t-crlpture reading nnd prnyer Oar
Solo by Prof. J. w. Ireland. (
uuroM ny ne. u. si. wn.Kcr, su.
i m m.. it
i I'.os.ni? nvmn: une
! worn jor josus.
Thursday Evening 7:30 P. M.
I Opening hymn by congregation:
"Just a Word for Jesus."
Devotional-Rev. J. J. Dickey.
Hymn by congregation: "Onward
Violin solo Mi's Pert
Herta Jean Penny.
Missions by Rev.
Clo Ing hymn
q oOOU OOOOOOOOOOOO O
0 JUNCTION CITY O
on o n n n n n n o n n n n n n n o
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Mr. George Dunn who wai very ill.oi mc speakers in u.o eiocuuonary
this week Is reported better.
Ul Mnrv Swponnv relpliratnl her
birthday Saturday 25th by entertain-
'"S a number of her school friendi
nt her hom In the afternoon. They
,,iayed games out of doors and then March 10th.
t , d partook ot 0XCcllenf Mr. Joseph Wolf wl
r . ... ' ti.nrtlnv K Al I n.
refreshmento. .ttuamj, k. m. i. at
Mr. T. M. Shanks of Columbus O..
sionned ove Saturday with, his son
Mr . p SUank8-
Mr. D. B. Fox. who on February 21st
slipped off a hay stack and pulled
r,i8 8houlder out or Joint is suffering
t dca, wUh ,t at present although
It was pulled back In place
MJss Mar Burk who u tcacujns
r,i8 8houlder out or Joint is suffering
. . , ,th ,t , Dresent although
J back lnPptace .
MJss Mar Burke who u tCachln
.hi. i-'nri.- urhnoi flnishpd Frldav March
, fl wlth one craduate a boy who toolr
i11" January examination.
i.rof. ciell Breeding who is teaching
hn hiipIIiv f'Hv school will close about
... .... h , f ,h
VrPhnrd nnd Luclen Dunn
-11Sii Lucy .icunoni. anu Lucien uunu
and young HIgn
miss jiona McDonald, or Danville,
. ,ntlirdnv nnd Sunday with her
s,cnl b", " , .,""
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MS8 yiola Roberta or Brotlhcad Is;
wlh hpf )arentJ Mr and Mr8 K ltj
Mr- """-ey Hopkins who has finish-
c(l an eBnt month8 school nt Saufloyi
ear jtaywood has returned home and 1
wilt enter school again. '
schools aim me ainrciiiiiu ik
school this week.
A,bort Crabtrce who has been 111
of typhoid fever and was Improving
.-. 1 b.ln.-tM linalfilnV
aimiu-u u 1UM.- ,v...-,.
.. . .. . rA..v.
vaught a trained ntKse Is attending, "" Tho Stato wide Commmlttee
,on nlrai schools Is waging an uggres-
F1BUT also lilt. miW'
Mr. Fred Gibson started for Ash.anl
D' d 7- Cora Tvarren and
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Mr.. Mack Moor, has been confined
w uwi 4wi - ,.--
1 her room over a year.
Mra. If. Young who baabe.n vory,
Bn,i t.i nr. Btealo from Juactlon
p.. Md p, ,rom MoreUad to
.11 .i.i ..,i, n.1.1 1. 1 fnmllv wll wh.n liiislnesfl men anu Pimcaiors , , ..' .. .. m...
O OOOU OOOOOOOOOOOO O
O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0
tUr John M. Wnteral
Miss Kffl Waughtnai. nntcrlnined .1
number of her school friends nt her
home, Friday evening. Tho guests
wero highly ontcrtnlnod nnd woll re
freshed Those present were I.ottor
O'llannon, Loltlu Carson, Harris Cole
man Kll.aboth Illgglns, Joe Mill Knt
llnriey, Harry Ilelnbart, Mary n. .Mr-
Ktnney. Wllllm Orlines. Sallle llur-d-tlo,
Albert Plillllps, I.yle Cooper,
Thomas Coleman, Mary S. Cook, Hai
ry Carter, Mary M. Rnney, Honnl
Nowland, Mary K. Dudderar, Spaldlmr
Hill, Herts. Jean Panny, Wallnee Sin
glecton, lAnm Holtzclaw, Stawart. Car
Mn, Lorraln Can.pboll, Carl Cnrtor
Annie Ctmneollor, Joioph Hopper,
Morrison Ilright, Joaeph Wolf and oth
er. The Y. M. C. A. bald Its record meet
Ing Saturday cvonlm,- In the offlre
nfiof lr. 1. W. Pennington. Delegates
to tho Y. M. C. A. convention at Dan
ville were choson and memboralilp
enrds wero given to several other
Much speculating Is being mndo as
to who will bo lho winning speak
er In tl.o elocutionary contest of Mnr
1U, Mont of tho spoakers Lnvo been
thoroughly trained by Miss
Jackson and each Is confident of vic
tory. The programme has been nr
ranged, the judges chosen nnd every-
the Judges chosen and everything
thing points to a great auccess . llelow
nro given the names of the speakers
nnd their subjects.
"War and Public Opinion," Joseph
Hopper; "Tho Boy Orator of Zeptha
uuy. tiios. coieman; "Ttieros a
good time Coming." Dalley Sampson;
"The Cuban Ilelbgee" Morrison Bright
"Soul of tho Violin," Harris Coleman;
"National Apoutasy'' John M. H. Wat
ers; "Antonio Macco" Lester O'Uan-
litm. ..Trlai ot Kuirfax" Will Grimes;
,"Soldler of France" Harry Relnhart;
"To tl.o Llour" Russell Brown.
Musical numbers will also be given
lit Intervals during the program. At
Mr. Itufsell Brown ha been confitt
cd to his room on account of lllncsa
" the last ten days.
As ho Is cie
i .. t . . . .
jccmtiat, it was I cared for a whilu tbtt
ho Would not be able to speak, but
his ftleuds will be glad hear that b.
l rnst recovering and will bo one c
the principal orators, in the contest
ho has been tt
, m.ng k. m i at um.Tr.ue r
tho past year, but who.-e parents re -
ceiitly moved to SLnnford.Jias rjatrieu
lated, at tho S. IJ. S. H0 Is u s"od
athlete and will greatly strengthen th.-, K,X and hear Uy0enioyeend"
oase hall team. ! by all.
Nearly nil tho country papers of thoj The Ladles' Aid Society wll' meet
state are printing tho annual financial Saturday afternoon at the homo or
statement of the different counties a, 'Mrs. R. B. McRobcrts on Danville ave
required by the law which saya that n u;all!,c Walter, a reading citizen of
Nearly nil tho country papers of thoj The Ladles' Aid !
state are printing tho annual financial Saturday afternoon
statemct of tho different counUe8 ,'. R. R McRobcrt
required by the law which saya that , uXvall:,c Walter, a
tho Fiscal Court shall annually publish Kino1 Mountain. LI
n list of every dollar or the people'
money paid out. to whom it was paM
, . . . ,, , ,
was printed in Lincoln countj
last year, and none thli year as yet
Tho nttonUon of tho honorabl0 court
it respectfully called to tne statute "i ih'i "';-'
-i , .Walter wll mov0 hero from Lincoln
whch provides Indictment and tine',,, nwlt0 hl8 home
against the members of the cou.t -f Dr. Shelton, a returned missionary
they fall to havo this done. ifrom Thibet, delivered two excellent
talka at tire Christian church Sunday
A Good Fight
BEING MADE FOR BETTER
SCHOOLS IN STATE.
j-ror. James Speed or Louisville.
gave vivid accounts ot me poor bcuooi
hnusei nnd plead for n better school
r-t Ho presented atereoptloan
vl-w- ahowInK concrete sanitary stock
bums near which stood school bulld-
lngs with crannied walls and thatched
awe campaign and the work should
, .. . . ,., .,i va
a.f v..w l'l-. .-. -
tucklan. Tho Stato Wide Conference
will be'he.d In Iutsvlllo March 2D th
Prof. Speed will g.v an adder lmpetuth,0 week for ;M.oU
and awaken Kentucky to a sense o,t friends. Mr. and Mra. John Mojnt
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greater prldo In her rural schools. -
re-wr y-- -- ' "T
(ThIa movement will undoubtedly re.was a yllt()T nore Saturday. Mlsa Fd
fc..,4 u j -.. i .,.
" - tV: ", . "1.7T" ".w
t Peanr KuaraBtcea It. Comolete out-
fit l eitra bottlaj 60 cent.
O Of Ann t ..
I.I.I INK (.Al I. HIK
vliUuli ViflULi 1UH
CROSSED WIRE STARTS FIRE AND
WATER DAMAGES RECORD
OFFICE GARRARD NEWS
Lancaster, Ky., March 6
Rlrhard Lamny, n prominent larmtr
3? yeara of age, dlel In this cot ny
nfter a M.ort lllnm. of pneumonia
N. B. Price sold a horse to Oeorgr
Conn, of Wllmore for $1So V
.cup uougiu a x-qear-oiu marc mine
of Kd Clark for $225.
Jamoa Ballard left Monday for In
dlarm where he holds a fine portion
with n large hemp llrm. He took n
carload o-f work bands with hltn
JIW Marr Mnrphv and Frank Oooch
of U.la county, were granted lie en a
to wed Miss Susie Rnthwoll and C'ha,'
Dillingham wero also united In wed
look' holy bonds at their 1mm? near
Lancaster. The groom Is In busir.e a
Thomas Moure has sold bK horn
staad and farm knowrr an Camp Dick
Itoblnsnn home this ilde of Brvnnt--lllo,
to Jacob Trumbo, of Paris, ror
f -1,700. Mr Mooie nnd family will move
M1m Cnllle Adams entertained at
600 In honor of her attractive guest
Mlsa Leo Prnther oniTchmond The
guosts were ented at threo tables
Tl. home was decorated with ferns
and cut flowers, nnd n well nppolnted
luncheon was served.
Robert Bruce sold to Bob Arnold n
pair of t In e-y car-old mules for J.VH,
W. 11. Burton sold a fine pair of mules
to Ion Brothers, of Mercer county,
Mra. Thotnaa B. Walker, the excel
lent wife or T. B. Walker, of this city,
was thp victim of a paralytic stroko
on Friday. Whllp the stroko wns n
sllgnt one, Mrs. Walker's friends nro
apptehenslvo nbout her now slnco her
husband has been falling so In health
the past few months.
lhe members of the Baptist church
gave n donation party to tnclr pastor,
Itev. O. P. Bush and wife Tuesday
afternoon at the1 parsonage Inviting
and substantial eatables and other
good things were taken to the popular
Lancaster was visited Friday night
by what was feared at first would bo
a lanr nnd disastrous fire, but luckily
for tho town, the flames were soon
extinguished. The Citizens' Bank, the
hall ln which the Masonic lodge Is held
and the Central Record odleo are all
located n this handsome brick build
Ing. It Is thought the fire started
from nn electric wire.
Tho dnmace was considerable In
the Rerord ofllce, the building having
been flooded with water. The loss Is
estimated at $1,000, but entirely cov
ered by tnsurnnce.
Keen jour property fully protect
ed by insuring with R. C. Gaines, the
Insurnne Man, Lancaster, Ky.
Mrs. B. F. Walter entertained with
la quilting bee ln a most hospitable
(way last Tuesday The following la-
.11am a t V a v ml rl n thn rrpnltntta Vlcif
, - b-uy- , - --
3D'unurgUeSi Mrs. j n Collier, Mrs.
inhiwnUnr. ' Mrs. Joe Mount and
Mrs. IT. D. Simpson. The sumptuous
his two popular young nephew of
this city. Messrs. J L. and 0 L, Wa'-
tor have bought out th large furniture
establishment of F. G. Hurt. Tho lo-
cal vouue men will liav charge of
tho business for the present, but our
imornire nnu evemiiK. iuo uu i
night win especially Instructive ard
!was to the young people.
The Mission Study Circle will do
held Tuesday afternoon nt the homo
of Mrs. Wm nurnett.
The thief who robbed Davidson H
Walker's store one night last week,
has been caueht. After some close
wntoMng It wai soon found thnt Hnsel
Wallaro a negro bov. 14 years out,
was the guilty ono Ho hnd bm n buy
ing c'othing and paying for It In nick
cln and dime, r.r.d tnese Mcrs t.. c
nnmlrations nf money thnt had beer
stoln. The boy was arro tea nud
tried and sent to the. School of Iteform
Mra. Stephen Walker was hostess
Friday nftcrnoon to tho members of
the L'mbroldory Circle. Aa the day
wiui a bright, sunshiny one. many par
took of Mrs. Walker's hospitality, sho
making tho meeting more Inviting by
Eorvtnj.' a delicious lunch.
Mr nnd Mrs S V TTenny loft Wed
nesdav for n trip to Cuba. Mrs. Kmmn
Buh hai returned to fcrr homo ln
I Richmond. Dr. J. L. Slavln. of Dan-
vlHhaj ocate hero, l.s J
, "Vj hyja in om eraet v... ..ng re -
hav. been In Somerset visiting rela-
,!Yft Mra. Bank Hudson, of Danv.ll
. ." .: n " .? k.m. r .i
.A. IXr'ftS a .fv ' "-""
stomach and liver
t.-.it. thrnimh thnir .n(l nid nnl
cwtlvo properUea. Sold by G. L.