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VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 19
8TANF0RB, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY,
FRIDAY, MARCH 10th, 1911.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRI-
wwrwniwr rwrri-'" - ---
LOOK AFTER ROADS
NEW PLAN CONTEMPLATED TO
BETTER TURNPIKE CONDI
TION IN LINCOLN.
Kliewhorc In this liiuo, tho KlfcAl
(Jourt li advertising for bids for metal
to be spread upon thtt plk of Lincoln
county this spring Tho raemberj of
this body held r meeting at the court
home thli weak. And decided to Uke
Wednesday afternoon nt th(J Baptist
parsonage, Hav. J. D, Jonoj said tho
cm many that united In th..;noiy
bond of wedlock, Prank JIIrkIhb, a
proprrotm young- farmer of Oarrnrd
and Mils Florenco Smith, of Rowland
daughter or V, It Smith, who with
big fam)ly recently moved from Gar
rard county to Rowland Tho bappy
couple will visit relatives In Lfncpoln
county for n few days bnror0 return
ing to the groom's home In (larrard.
Mrs. Wi)si Kng
active and progressive steps toward, DIES AT HER HOME WEAR CRAB
improving; the highway of the, county
On Airrll 1st the term of Road
Sunerrl'or H K. Uudderar eiplrM. It
Is understood that.ctjio court has de
cided not to eWt a successor, but
will permit the office -o remain va
cant. Instead of a road supervisor to
look alter the turnpikes, It Is said to
be the plan or tho court for each
'Magistrate to personally supervise tho
'roads In Ms district. Kach Biembor
Of tho court will In this war be per-
Mrs, Wilson Klrg of tho Crab Orch
nra section died nt thhome of her
hiubuud ttero Wednesday night about
mlduljiht, after a short lllnois of a
complication of troubles. Mrs. King
was a daughter of Squire J. T. Roberta
of the Hubble section and was a most
lovable and estlmnble woman In every
wa. Use i survived by her husband
STOPS AT MORELAND
BIQ CROWD HEARS EMINENT
FARM EXPERTS WEST END-
RR8 SORC ON TOBACCO
Hnttonvllle, March 9th.
The agricultural apodal and dairy
infn sent out from Lexington on
Monday last In chargo of J. P. Tocher,
freight traffic manager, pulled up at
Moreland on time at 1245 It had
aboard Judgo Henry S. Darker Pros I
dent of the HUito UnlrnrMV, who
made the opening address, both time
ly and lutereitlng, Dr M. A. Boovoll,
director of the college- or agriculture,
M. C. Rankin Commissioner dt Agri
culture, rrot. J. J. Hooper of ant-
bandry, of animal, Prof. Geo. Roberta,
of sell and crops, Prof. C. TV. Mat
thaws, of hortlcultute and Mr. -W. D,
Nichols a dairy man. The crowd was
to great and eager to hear thai, dls,
ttagulshed scientists that the car In
which the lectures were delivered
couldn't bold It by half. The young
ladles, young matroas and a sprink
ling or old ones cave the oceaiton,
The. lecture deliver.
Matt Reynold cut off. With his full
road force he hopes to complete the
cut off and open same to travel In
Tom Bracket!, of Pulaski was ar
rested this week by out mait cfficl-
The. jaagltraUa, slatend to spread
tfcr.wetal this year and hr plans
foj . putting Lincoln county's pikes In
better condition than they have been
tic many years.
and on. child. Her loss Is a severe
sonally reiponitble whether bis dlaon. to the family for sha was just la
trict's roads are In Rood shape or not.,uie bloom of ripened womanhood, be-
and th IK'OpIo In his community will in. OBir 93 VMr ar are. Th fmaeral
have somo ore directly at hand to see m D conducted, this Friday. 'after-fthelr presence
tat the troubles are and remedy noon al ,BrM o'clock, Interment be-14 or lh dlstinfulshed men were a
,n I. .' . . .' l.ll .- .".... ....... t h.
D9 In -in limiM-u utirvmr rrmlnrt ninmira m iijvw inut. , .
old fogy system or arming ana uairy
Ing will now be abandoned by tho pith
fcresslv. citizen, and new and profit
ablo feature will be introduced.
If these same gentlemen will re
turn In the "good" old summer time"
we will furnish our opera. house, free
of charge nnd show them tho biggest
crowd of men and women that they
.... til ,L J,..-
There w... b service, at the Raptlst andTwl.l do the res" "" '"
church on Saturday nlgbt, Sunday 1 Mr j; p Tocher. freight nnd trafllc
morning and nt night also. Rev. An- manager or the,Q ti Chad charg0 or
demon Cornelius the pastor will con- thU expedition, and managed Uic
duct th services crowd so pleasantly and easily that
nu cumuttjuu vfua ocru iu mux ,411111 irf.
near her girlhood home.
Mrs. James flryant Is quite 111. MWi
Jennie Smith, or Whtto's Mill has
HrC ljfJ W slrlnJ I been seriously III but Is much better,
. sWUd n. flCMn . The Infant child of Mr. aad Mrs. J. W
Inrown ti very HI of pnouroonla,
I DIES IN EAST AT HOME OF DAUQH
TER REARED IN LINCOLN.
Ilrooklyn. N. Y March 9th
Mrs. Mildred W. Moreland for many
. years a well-known resident of the
West Rnd of Lincoln county paued
Killed ly FaMsg Tree
PROMINENT YOUNO GERMAN
MEETS UNTIMELY FATE
tnt constnblo Presley Sluder for shoot r.nPFN miipphv to ne nnnaiN
Ing through a window of the Kings ED AND MOVE TO TfXAS
Mountain depot and the ball came, EO AN "T,A,T
l.PiiF Idlllnrr n ronHnrlnr of th- South-' THE PROGRAM
--" - --- - -- -
Green Murpny, of King's Mountain,
will leave in a short tlmo for San
Marcos, Texas wbero he wltl enter
n somlnary and tako a theological
course preparatory to entering tho
liaptlit mlnUtry. Mr. Murphy Is one
of tho best known young men in his
section of tho county, and there will
bo general regret that ho hi to leave
Lincoln and hope that he will be
wen pleased In bis new borne,
Tho FUcal Court at lis meetlnff In
1'cbiuary directed that nil delinquent I
TO FNTFK MINISTRY '" toxc ant delinquent proportyl
IU LlllCIV tniniJliI tJiits for tho year 1910, bo adtcrnlscd
jjn the. Interior Journal gUIng names! -
tnd. amounts due not paid on or before PREPARING TO ENTERTAIN
BEST IN SD
Hans Bergner, one of the beat-known
young- men of tho Ottenhelm section,
was Instantly killed while at work
cutting trees for tho saw mill which
rred Jones operates. A large trea
April JO 111 1911.
O. II. Cooper,
Three Feet Orer His Head
BULLET WHIZZED BY R. R. AOENT
AT KING'S MOUNTAIN.
F. A, Ilooi, agent for the Cincinnati
Southern railroad at Kln's Mountain
hud n narrow escape from death last
I Sunday nleht when T. K. BrocketL of
Fr several rears Mr. Murnhr has ".. . . ,
which vounr Bcraner and Ms brother'. -I-.. ." u..., ..C' . nomersei nrea petnt bianic at mm
Kmll were chopping, fell the wrong w Acton at KInR. MoUnWB but a,tbf.Eli tiso ,nlow of the depot,
way against another tree, which. few weoka ago' their business housq mlsalne tho head of Mr. Ross only
struck Hans oa th lwad. broking bis was burned 1 down, and they dccld.d abont tnre, fe4ti Mr, Roag WM Bllght.
ntck and killing him instantly. not to robolld. Mr. Murphy baa boeu 1
Uergnerwasju.tl8y.carsofaoan4 actively Interested la religious mat-,1' cat bjp " 1 PnterinK. but
a fine young man, being the aon f.t for a number of rears and hai"." not otherwise Injured. Brackott
a prominent Oerman family. His nn. 1 always taken a prominent part In the was caught near the ecene afterwardi
TRICT K. P. CONVENTION
HERE NEXT WEEK.
timely taklnr off 'bu-'caused- much ork or bis denomination
br Deputy Sheriff W. S. Bmbry, of
sorrow In the community and his re- Mr. Murphy win b0 formally -ordain' this city Deputy Proiley Sluder and.
latlveu have the sincere sympathy of.0? ,nl tn" alnlt-y t Ploasant Point CapU T 0 Helm of UlB c s dfltoc.
tutirtu osiurunj, nar j u. johqh 01 i-a tom and landed In lair hnra
hU city will preach the ordination u rorca . Jandf "" Jtt noye'
nuviD uo yivuuvu BUll ouu wu B'
Diadem Lodge, Knights of Pyth
Is adding considerably to Its aire)
largo and healthy membership dur1
a special dispensation which ti t
vailing now, nnd Is taking lata
membership some of tb"o most aub(
tlal and popular of tho young men of (
city. This lodge U one of the atroj
est in tho Pythian order In the atl
and has a Justly celebrated renu
Uon for tbe, high, class of ita meaty
hip. Its degree team i said to ,
without exception the, best In the sta
and th candidates who have bel
undergoing Inltlatioa during tho pa
week, or so, are aaid to have few
the Pythian "goat" fit flan rlMBj,.i
the b3t Kaatuckj; thorougabra
Among those who have been takes
recently or will soon be Initiated 1
II. D. Frye, W. P. White, W. W. Saul
dors, J. O. Reld, Sheltos BaufUy,- WD
Wilcher, W. P. Kln.caid. Walter Sj
erroou and othar BapUst dlylne cf . " . ; " ". 1 . ",gieion. warsnau Htone. T. k tuu
thi. .i;n m ..v kr in ., ,-.' aiflno ol' &0 nd C08t8' uPn hl9..Bona McKechnle. W. M. Bright. W. 1
1 sr V AtfUBlnn nf anilll ITm nlhlmA.I hn . . I
monies. 1""'"" " s"'1- "u "" ""i-tuDanKs ana 1. k. Harris.
The Fythlans "here are making ei
had a very pleasant raia here, Al lhD gaaio Um Messrs.-J. A. John
1 O --.-.
h0 was doing. He1 had fired a number
Monda- and Tncsaay,
Messrs. Boone Klint. and fernwdalnd to the deaconshlp. tie nervlcin' night. before Mr. Boss went on duty.
son and Wm. D. Murphy, will be or- of Bhot, about tho dcpot earlIef ,n tne
A dog belonging to O. H, Anderson ,, -...,,, BDeak weI1 tno bMi Xi
had to be killed last week. Hydro- them, hut bl time wu Absorbed tn
away peccfully on Friday March 3rd, phobia was reared as the dog was hav. making every one feel that ho or she
1911, at the home of her daughter
Mrs. k'dward H, Ed wards, Brooklyn.
N. Y In tte 8Jrd year of her age.
Hbe was the youngest child of Ell to
beta W P and Walker Hawkins, ot
Payette, County, Ky and her early
lift was ppent In the vicinity or Lex-IngtoB.-where
ea October 25th. lVt7
she was united in marriage with An-
ilfjw II. Thompson wfcp lived leas
tan three year's, leaving his widow
with oae fee? Reber't Hart Thampsoal
who dsarted als life In Novomber
August 24th, 18.12 the subject of
this sketch was married to Alexander
lag fits In succession. wa '" Tn lraln went as far ns
Mr. wm ii..h,.. i.i.. 1. ro sinic line ana men n uui wf
"- " "' i- ... -" on lhr southern ra lway to Shelby
fred Dyehouie near Davis' Store. Mra vllle. Judge llnrker seems to be the
Marlnda Blankenshlp 1 vUltlng her right man In the right place at the
son near Stanford. Mr. and Mr J M. ben . of our great Stale Unlversl y
Cress and 'family wer visiting her DJ?h,0D" len.
...iwu6 urr Th, nnv. .IrUpr iet of
pari-nts, Mr, and Mrs. J. J. Smith at mortals in. nr. cpuntor than.we.aay
Btodhiiad now In this end of Lincoln, all owing
IL O I'etlua bought some S00 pound to the fact that they bit off mbre.-tp-'
.... r ,. ,. . . . bacco than tlipy . cou,M chew, . The
heifers or Mr. Hruner. or Jessamlue quantJ H,g ,2 had. tnaiouyercould
at 4 3-4 cents. Andewon and Rlgsby not ray more. Men;pltachpd(blgtcrops
And couldn't cultivate them properlr,
bought the well known Silver King nnce the poor quality. Night rldon:
stallion rrom W P. lshon or Garrard r-'a noJ- corae tnl, r now lh
, cropa this -year will be rew and far
Price private, between. The tonant who grow It
A twuuttfraa tree on the farm of S. A P- hr- h"ro.- 9V!tm more than tle
MnnOaBd khftrflr arter-an1 lh T.t. . ... nO owner. DUl lew 01 mem mw
Moreteaa. "ortly afterward iher Mt.ju,lard mcature, hlx loci four ,ncho, h,0 t0 pay tta npcDltl urKm tbe
In circumference at a distance of ono PP"
foot from the round.
Somn of ,our veteran tobacco, grov
nrs slppe marketing their, cropi are
To.. I.. .-J - nA riJJOJIHE inr luiinj u, uiikii noua ui
"" " "" "'"- ,uHr.., .., ah.Mnt.dv wIlhrtMt ravo?
'' "" -T-- " - ' --...,,- -- I
y.lr.t. J W Brown.
k c.ta of llr anl j,4h iei''fl)'. oi'nriiey. lm; .irnltv
ir iininr. j t 'd ' ccprat;ons by grower JrJ,
Mr. anO. Mrt, J. M. ,.v.j.v, l,l, -rlt.ttr. tafmn1
nwlUHi'liuf inM awv Hj-ivwffif
tied in. the Weat K"Bd, wher Mr. More
laud dltd nearl. 41 years ago, leaving
hik widow wlta oae son. William Moro
Und-ad-onedWghtr Bltzabeth W.
cow iirs r:uwsra 11. Kiiwaras, wtin D uitaa, lJ..ve c
.occktloaatly YeturalnC U visit b'br
dritrly boicved ,)Mt still Uvlng la Lin
coln and otaer Cenetral Kentucky couri
ties. Kor'siany year ahe ftw a cV
sliteat member 0, tlie jH,ustonvllIe
ITesbyterlaa church aad although for
vefa yearr- away froth that vicinity
did not withdraw her leltcr. In t'er
nroonyn nome sue pi ib iouco wun -'"' - - - n.T Parev nialn and Jnmm Hall
-OJa. Kentucky by correspondence and 'Andrew Johuuon, J. H. Roberts and sttend-d the burial of Mrs, Mljlor.
by reading-the Interior JburnaL b'f.Wm, Hprlukls. .Moroland at Lexington. She wfta a
which she wa a cbnstaat reaaer and rillr ht M,m Kr vn ,nr)nM. "''V0"1 ,m,mr of th Pryri"n
iii r D " tltlteni aro very anxious church for Si year and was a pplc,r-
n,nM ru.mwt. .w,,m ... . ....M.
l.unsfonl. of Cdihi-D. visited n T. if hall
1 ,..-2, . i, u j t Mx. Levi Turpln ran returned from
l.unford and wife Me.dames Jones L tp mon,h1 to n?r rtaqffhter
and Wltlit-rs. or SUnford, were guests dr,i. -Archie M,chorter bringing news
f another grandson.
or airs. j. ji. trew .H,ystorvUe can boast aa, onl, ihel
HoVeral of our people are attending Weniai trop(ca can or tnreo marriep
. . , . ,r , . oubles la and within three miles rang
the revival service at Hcbroq church (ogJn ages fronT mature 13 to the
noar Cdar Creek, conducted by Hevs. Vtnernble year J,
Flint left here Saturday for a visit
to their brother In Indiana.
Little Kvcrett son of Bill Roberta
Is very low lth pneumonia.
Mrs. Ira Walls was In Stanford Sat
urday on business
Mlsa Alma Lee hag returned home
being, held at 11 A. M. and 7 P. M, alarming th. neighborhood consider
I AHildoo Vandlver, an agent, at Klns
'.Mountain was shot to death whllq on
duty there about Ihree, yeara ago and
The program la aa follows:
I. Ordtuatfon sermon, Eld. J.
2. Delivering cbarg'e to Bro. M,
Murphy. Eld. W. G. Tilford.
O. Mat Kngleman also met. death while
,ou duty, there. The agency at King's
, 3. Delivering charge to Doacoai, ' Mo Jntal, PPr to bo a perilous
after a few days visit at McKinaer. km t n nianr.U iPoat,
Arthur Murphy and Richard Trim- 4. OrdlnaUon prayer, Eld
ble have returned homo after a visit coker.
to Arabia. C PeraenUng the Bible to Bro.
miss ueiia taiconDerry. spent aai- Murehr. Eld R. n. Noel.
orday night with her aunt at Wall
town. -Mrs., Vera .Heater. 1 back from the
. Presenting the Bible to Bros,
Johnson and Murphy, J. C. McClary.
7. penedlctlon, prayer; Eld, J. ,A.
Py. order .off the church, Committee.)
J. A. SJNai.ETON.
J. T. BROWN.
M. D. WALL. Assistant, Clerk.
Mrs, Will Johnson Is on the sick
Mr. Sherdoa Leach had , to kill a
fine sow which had been bitten by a
Mr. J, J. Palconberry and Mr. B.J
Vest shipped their tobacco today
which cleans up tbe tobacco in this
peck or the woodi.
Mr. w, R. Owens 'swapped a pair or LINCOLN AHEAD OF MOST OTH
two-year-old mules for a 3 year-old 1 ER8 ON WEDDINQ8.
J. L Mcrto4 U oxtchinelv laiurtv. ..Tkat-AlacolBft, tha- "marrylBgcjt"
i, hi. tm .i.s n- f-o. . 9wntT itBe.- '.' Probably trueJ
, 'for those iwav have, watched the mar-
bain and new dwelling rlage , h ,argcf cou.
J. S. Lee contracted for building and (lea Barttatjthe licenses Issued here
(minting for him. tar cicsedilpr. number the reconiK
Mr. Jack Murphy Is very bus- build inerl- tounuuera txxper nas re-
Antfv lean aw lia. fnlfMwlMa . I. aM
Ing a tenant house for Mr. Charter 7 ' """ "" "B . w
Roberts on tbe Hill frm.
tenshe preparations for the receptlal
and entertainment ofythe District Caj
yeutton which, meebi la Stanford n
week, Friday, March,-17. It la under
stood that the degree team will g
through 'kme Work," and In the eves
lag Diadem, lodge and, lta. ladles w
entertain the visitors with a banque
v-hich will be obq otthe nicest thlpgj
or the kind ever held In this com!
Miss Ruth Tanner Is visiting
SIIjb Minnie Coulter, or Mlddleburg,
was the guest or Mlt Belle Cowan
Cleo Thomas, visited his moth, at
IM laat week.
Mrs, J. Lee Murphy and little ion
Meiefee Ms Oft
FOSTER AND ROCHESTER
OWN OPERA HOUSE
John N. Menefee Jr. sold, hi inter-
eat In the Stanford Opera House toi
his partners, C. Hays Fostar and
Welch Rochester this' week aad will I
devote himself in the; future entirely
to his growing law practice and hV
James Lee, Jr., of Hedgevllte are the
Kjiests(bt.Mr J; 8i Murphy thia.wet. I THesera Foster? and RocheaUr lateaiti
Vareny, Tanner 9ent 8unday, with --- w.u,u..,Uau , .
Jli u ' u " traeUoaa'-which" they have' set in tae
hlhomefolka here. uAlm. 0B, ,ootout f0f a,
J; J- H.tocmaa ol L"ulviue.(nulaDer of gooa booWng, pig
their1 pauoaa this spring.
lor u subscription term of school to 4d niothcrljr pld lady, and had a hot
qf friends all over this county her age lEgUUHIlif HiaiM
loe lorn couples;
I Henry E 'Deatherago and Miss Bee-
Mr. M. G. Murphy Is In SUnford ou Hie Carrier, of, the Highland aectloa.
business, who were made oao by Ref. JM,,J
ii'a.Hi. K-J- Krvln ftad Mr?. Mary B. Chjf
mmmZZ?TuZi TjZSh f,n' of tne Crab rrt Section, who
. Iff TJ Pei
FOUR' PRISONERS' GO "OVER THE
4ROAD1 TO FRANKFORT.
.sTh nn.t rw rnonih. have wltnai.'or the Unio between now and the was 82. ,"S ?"".?.. Tills the groom's third marrlaxe and!
-i-Vl ':...i ,i..ii ,iikn..t m.'i.i.min , ,h foil ,,m in., i i.. Unwen Goer bought from J J. A-' ' ' . . tha bride's second vintnr.
w ..cr h..r. -.. wuw v- -,.- .- . . , ta . , ,0 -lno ureal yuite nague- reom- :,..:'-": ."-""Z" ... .. if0r
plaint, for she was ready nnd satis- zi0 Pettus has been requested to con. laln nnd College streets
were united by Her, K. D. Noaks.
Mrs. Lucy MAatin who succumbed ,.;. .". 'VJT:,,, 7"7 '"-"",, "uu acle and sons 11 hpga for 72, 5 calves
150. Mr. Starnou turned them
preached, at the. Baptist church Sua-
Am mi. .v k., . ' 1
Oay mornlagtandaighU r tUti
Brother Oabbart witl,preach-tat,the
Cbri-itlnn church next Sunday, morn
iujt andj nlh'.
Mra. C LV Slngleten entertained
tho .Lady Maccabees Thursday, after-
noon from .30 until 4 o'clock with 8nerl" McCarty and Deputy W. B.
, . . , , " 1, ' ""' ,Cmbry took four pyUoners to the
luncheon. Ax social meetings wasi In- V ,. , . . .
, . T penitentiary Thursday who were cbn-
dnlged la and all had-an- enjoyable oled and BeBtcncca ot recent
time. Mrs. Singleton. Is . PastLady term ol Lincoln Circuit court Two
Commander of tho Lady Maccabees yere white and two were negroes, one
ot Rose Hive No. 10. ,f them belng Bin Mewhon, the lad.
T . r- wno wus given a sentence 01 irora ono
' to five years ror rorgery under the
R, F,D.N4 3." ' indeterminate sentence law. Although
1 " 1 1 , -.jiirparcutly much under that age, young
Born, tothe wireofTfcomas.NayIor.y,Prsnpll BW0, tnat n? ls over u
Ho will ury 28, was u faithful wire, a drotet
Aloys Moes and Mia Dora Klelbasa
icaanaconi.ueni.na uerwisniooe ,,uct Ul0 MlooU nnd hM the maUef ou m a 7nagogu... vauenjac u rpra molnw, u consistent ChrlsUan In all "Z 'rrJl JZZ " .. ' Protlt
laiu any nesiae iovcu ones who cnu , .... ... , . '" ""'" "" " "" . ,' the words Imnlv. She suffered lone ' v "l"",.cu '"9 "w, r ,.-
. . . ,,... , under consideration. All schools abandon the Hurley tobacco business u,e. woruB impiy. o suuireu loni, A v !S. mmii-, r- ' " r- u"n
pii-c-ui-u nr i .0.uHlu ..cm..,. Howard Camnltr nn.l bi bride arc nna paueauy ana :rs3Urnuy express - 1 - """" Diate near
1.. 1 J T.. .. .. . .... niriiiHi
n lew uays in l.ou ii e.oil nerneir as belnr ready nnd wll in ' 1
.. ,. .
. ill k-ii piiaa iiiiiv iinimpciiwiii iiinr nil
to Land & Buchanan for a ntcn
thn home of her daughter on Saturday ,!, atlfnctlou, und ir h0 accept! "vlth relatives.
Warner Hudson and Mlsi Belle ICidd
fenluB, March 4th, by the Rev. Dr u.ts term, both patron and pupil are tiaVnnues'wVMasf woa'vm cure awnlted ner bodl,r ,,is nero nnd U" "' thtt Ha8t Hnd' who heard
Hjiiiiuii or the N. Y.. Avcnuo Metho- ti b coll8,alunlo"d ' dcsirnblo building lot on the corner her wish was granted ror the grim wok's bald tha. made them one, at
omirf hii,u d... ,Kt. I.Al.n .,.
on "" -""" i" u iuo oeg-
ilist church Brooklyn N, Y. Alter
which tho remains were taken to Lex
ington by1 nor grandson, William B.
Kdnurda1. to be placed In the family
p'ot of h'or father and beside her tiu- w- '' Walton In Lexington Horald.) home ot Mr. James Back on West vtl0 haj aready crossed the crystul ,vera "nllei l tne nonie r w
bund who had 'preceded her so long Those who oppose to tho call of Main street to J J Allen , .. Juckeon.
of Main and CollcKo streets for 975. monster laid lilu finver lishH
lie will doubtless build n handsome n ,,d d ne fc ,eop t ke ond marriage of each,
boiue on It during the coming summer . , -..., , .. '. , John Reynolds and Mls LllB Hnr.
Mr tleo. T. AshlocK sold the pro- " " v"-"-" " u,t:i i..iU, ft.u., - . -, --
IM-rty he bought recently frontlnK the there to meet Mends and rcjatlvea '" ol ln wayneauurK BBction, wno
5 ears and desired -to bn sent to tho
SUrnes bought or John Mir-; ,,,, Tne otne wnlte prtemeP wa9
Qhns Hutchison, ot Crab Orchard, who
got two years for shooting at J. B
C0Or JohnsCS, Colored had tw
charges of forgery against him and
was ghen from one to five year.1 In
each caso, while Ucorge Mcltoberts,
also of color, has tne charge of for
gery to pay the penalty of from ono to
tlve years for.
Judges lu tbe Arizona
to tne call 01 wain bitcai 10 j j aiibij ...
Constitution uro. Mljn PwJ.Ttaidey haa returned.1'
WMisiiiuuon pro. ' de,1ghtful vlfit wth friend! tn
has Btruck coal on nu
Born, to the wife of J II. Hooker
a babv boy.
.Mrs. Tabltha Peek Trom Lyon coun
ty Is vlslUng her son J. W. Peek In
tho Turners llle neighborhood.
I H. F, Martin bought 14 sheep from
John Miracle at a good price.
Mr. Bird Peek from Bowling Green
la ilsitlng relatives in this county,
lonely hours llko these It lu a
Mr. aad Mrs. Victor Banders
Matlbtiry were guests or air.
Mra. 8. B Sanders Saturday and
" , .. ,1 ..... ,in . tea Invoked
jnmes iibitis nwusni-w itwCTj-nmi-
a k.. 'ftuUnUv'fflf-'tiKB. ' 'calls, and
v.- - "V:--i ' ' T." V..! L. .-...' -. ;.
Mrs. Jennie atetner is .wun oer iaw uas urea
ceed on the principal tha every tlmo Jni roativea In lulaskl county, L supreme satisfaction to hayu a promise !
,a Judge rendem an unpopular decUIoa Mr. nillle Oadbeiy, fend wite pf wh,.i, ' can ,;-, ... . ,-f
... . . ....' .. t A..l....fll. will a nlta thai. ruitwaMiis ' r- . " 3 .i " j "
NEW POfiLTOpPIC RULES.
ininiii win ni nnr nn tavMH in vaAaii uuiiiBiiiia niu iniviu ait uuiuviwiir
...r. t. . , , ... ,vv rj 1,. ,.u . .. ..- anottier lire .iuter tnia ana
to wm, uut tne experience or those ell bu'- ,n 9 jfar jj,' whef8 ,' digipiBtent awaltai, the-e,
aaa les ,anu states wnieu nave iiqopte tno will permanently locate and wlll.,ba th0 subject for this sketch
, recall policy proves tbit U la n9t of. given tLe glad hand of welcoma oy . ' h t , ., dIil;IiSOB
"Thr nr rrv fty m. all, . . ' . A . ...r .-
., ...,. .. .,,.- unrrlntlr audlencu at. iqvaDie nature ana her inte'l
. 1. 1 . t . -.. 1; T ..
U) r Who .is.siCK. oni. wo oiiciais aave oven recalled s nrpcmci n,ci m ,mi(io
"'. r01"1' i""" """ on. or tneia Dem an alderman who L"r;r..iT3. k. huT ZXm' -h iutZ
. . ri-t.... u(ll.itMfittt at.Utl
. i'-x-T - . "!" ,"!'" " . - KT-rf.5J.i4 wpi ....
ww pwwMrr luTBiuuiie. i ioi- . flchoolhouso at thre o'clock
lowtngrufej. for the b.aertt or hU pat- rtwMl
sous aa4, Ua you may know what you L
her may. "nV .letters given out un- . tt ---te, 9emaa
Ut they nave beea, received. If you , ,. nnii.i church wUl be Kill-
i ' - -- ..s --
on the alon of the Toague.? Tne eveaiag
postmaster eubject will be "Wonhlp"
weok aurlng spring, goods.
Mr. J, T. Roberts, of Oakdalee Is
visiting hit parents Mr. aad Mra. J. T.
Bona McKechnle went up to Rich
mond last week to a school entertain
iron. Ml a Jennie Kanktn visited her als
tcr Mary In Richmond last week.
conclusively the high training, ability thera.
home by tho Rev. J. 3. bicker tbe
.. u ir.,-...!, asf ftilnnftM
the cellar. also. It ought to be ttw'fieli '.t the Christian church
. ninriiiNivnir iun
had sold out; and the other a Mayor of their teacher In both music and .After a funeral service at the late aomewhere aBd he likes to hunt for It Sunday morning hla subject will be
wno neirayca m interests 01 mm elocution. i,n , ,1,,. n 1 iti.-,.. . Inn to nleaie vou. If your frond "Tha New rnuioiism. nor. c
Elmer Dunn had a floe mqru accl
don't get a letter or a pap.r on th Ca. h is a fine -Pter thow who
ama .lll ha thnrrmaMu rpnnlfl Hun
If he tells )ou no. put oa i.v;c hnol . 9 30 a"m.. Preaching at
'0D1' deS; ryr SlKS an vSX though the "Xn werB MA t0 r't " beautiful don't
If recall, are to be permitted at all lnlotSlly. Purfalo cemetery there to await the l to
they should apply alike to every offl- Ing his spring wagon jn tho side, of summons of the historic anzel. Gnbrlol a grieved look und say there ought in 45 A. 'W.. era 7 '30 P M. C, E.
clal. Because a rascall at heart la tho pike She ran against a point of a ,.'h.n i. av,.n ummn , r.,, r to be some. He Is probably hiding mfetlng, at 10:45 P. M. Foreign mis
m r wis nrnni ,?. . !. -- - - . - - -
olected Judgo there U no leaBon to be Vlwli abort t.mc
nev,e mat u wui oe enureiy euminateu . mr joni y wheat
ivv.'v.b in ... .nn..u rr.rlnv l.o.t In lilnlnrv nf hn
eon of ages to awake and meet tho your mall for tho pleasure or nating "Amou"t wll. ta ttnnojnced
who tins been king of alory In Hla trlurauhant you call for It. Ask him to look again. .,, ulimiav mnrnlnir. D. M. Walker
Judges aro living sou'ral years near Earleston. march throuuh thn universe. If you are buying stamps mako him M In titer,
nas Dougnt a store nousti anu stock or , ...i.... lino rm, ldivl-h iiv ti,..m nnd nut ihem on. that's his
Headache, dlilnets, nlgbtswoat
and all stomach distress will vauuh
Nearl) 100 persons were cruched or because of his election
binned to death In a panic which fol- sometimes tho most corrupt of offlcl- "" ,7u"nVK,r0 nSS'Vv . "I A Daughter. Mns, TOM FRANKLIN lick them twd put them
.lowed the explosion of n moving pic al. and when this Is shown, they KS "higher 1.1 this com- "
t i.tilnn Al llnlnimln lllinln. should b ImiUCdlatulV DUt OUL ThO mnnllv than Mr VVI.nl Anna In hi. I TK ....! .... nf ,h. A.n.rln,. - .
Tho Unltod States Supremo Court Arizona Constitution soems to be all Mr. J 8. Smith, overseer of tho Tobacco Company showed total earn ' The lower house of the Mlunenota wnen Ml "n Btomacl f b,etI n uf
decided that the state of West Vlr- right, and the people Bhould bpvo v d, ?k' CreoR "to"' MatRw U5.015.352 against !10.448,38l Logl.lature PM a bill providing for ' IW b03t r0M11t'e"(.att,"M
glnla must pay over 17,000.000 of tho what they wont. nolda' corner, has began work on the the previous year. Of thin amount the direct nomlnatlou of United Statw u 8toro tUey Huarantee them
Uobr, ot old Virginia. 123,035,311 Is applicable to dividends Senator by the Orcgou plan,
Mr. H. B. Rosa was here on business
Monday, Mis Alma, Lee has been
tbekueet otfrleadabere., Mrs, fJlmy
hav beea the guest- ef friend here.
Mr: Perry has beea oa the sick lint
Mrs.XlIaa Snow and MIm Clada
LJttle'were the, guests of Mrs. L'lttla
fr ;. ft 1 '1 '
uncie jonnnie is oat, ot a nous.
kfeper so look out widows hill be.
aroaad, . ,
Mr.J. M.fTooeabi visited hh sister
Mra. Sallie Dayldeoa at Danville,
Mr. P. C McKee sold hli tobacco
crop at 12.08.
Mr. Harmon Jones and sister Miss
L'leola Jones ut Arabia have boea
the guests ot friends at Mlddleburg.
Mr. C. Leach returned lost weok
from aweekg'. visit to hla s-tor Mm.
Baland family at Ludlow,
Iter. Claunch filled his appontturat
at Now Salem church Saturday night