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The Stanford Interior Journal.
WMMMC XXXVIII. NO.
STANFORD. LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUE8DAY, APRH. 4, 1911.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
AFTER THE PRIMARY
IS SUGGESTION OF M'CREARY IN
0PENIN8 SPEECH TO LARGE
CROWD AT HOPTOWN
rilin WiTATUfcD t JMnreh I0th,,wa a groat success and
LULU TTtAintlX , the -young ladies of tho high school
PVPVVNTQ WAPTIPF lntrnrt " wake lhl" n stl" KreMer sue-
I Auf bill u I JrwlvlIvlJ cc.' Tho contestants nro ni follow
' .Misses Eva UIton sod IJssa Holt.
FIRST BALL GAME TO BE PLAYED claw or tho Junior clan; Hallle Bur-
AT DANVILLE SATURDAY dctlo and Kllrabeth Illggln of the
HIH SCHOOL fseVTES. Senior, Mary E. McKlnney aud Kate
Anderson of the Sophomore, Mary K.
(John M. II. Water, Ileporter.) 'jjudderar and Marlon. Orlmes repre-
Coach Bohannon bai been giving .cnlnr tho tfreshmaii class m hart
tho bac ball team, U0 "flrt dege."!,, ,pmiouaTy stated the proceed
between allow torm the pat week.lof (n8 conleit and, the on arrcaJy
- .- . it ,- wUk th.. tvA nl.v.
HeDktnivlllc Ky, April 4.
Senator Jauie II. MvUitar open
ed hi campaign for the democratic
nomination lor governor beiore a trc-
Ndou. crowd hero MonU., altor; ,,c ,, wol, n,ca,ed wkh U bo pl.y.neld wllI ,. UieU to hl)lD cofr.
pt a' platform conveatlon to be held Idb and apects to developrteveral expenses of the conteaUnU, who 'en
iftr the tU primary, which a stoat storu. The camo with 'Jie Lancaster I, er tne tournament al Springfield In
many leaning aemocrai. ""!,WI Um rrioay aiiernnon ijuno. The entertainment are well
"StXSS Tn"u.PU.?fewSir. C""e1 " " icoW walhe' Iworth tho price of admission and tout
"Kentucky In the last lew years, -h fl-,-!,,,. ramb of "the season will , .
ba made advanceroent In educatt1 2 a"j " n ,, D tnm presence will greatly aid this depart.
M fMMHiM. Industrial dev.l.nt. Bo PteJJd th. R. ment ot Bcll00, work.
Internal lisprovfimewu ana on owcr - -"- ", " -.-ieti
UtM, bit room progre Is needed, line up yeir will o fWrtlcMly
"I niu In faor el better schools, fur- the amt m last with Doxler Ander-
ttaer improvement of our educational m- Blmlan and Newland ns ad-
"Ti1!0" LZVJXL dltfonsl recruit.
i.Ti MlTtr. Industrial develop- Over 1 100 ,1m. been rals br prl-j
BHttt ad for reasonable and proper Tnte subscription for tne support or
Two more months of "pleasant"
studying and then three months ot
yroicreM In all directions. My record , lnlf yfan
la weH Imown. It Is shown In the of- ' .
. . . ..L -a h. fiaifnrni - ircianu n
sophomore class at C. U.
Wallace Blngloton and Lester O'-
flannon will enter Transylvania t'nl
crslty next year.
"MUuth" will be nt tho opera
hoube April, 14th see bim.
Mr. George D. Hopper, Jr.. of Cen-
Itral University visited tho school last
. ..ii.i ii,. wees. ueorao irraauatea irom me
" :-.- - . . .. .-. i'ftr imnnu hub tiiinittiK. .
fleet 1 nww .' ln? P'"ra rrflrk t-xinRton lUgh School team 8. II. S. In 1907 and Is now tho leader
of the '""" W V"e "i; ,or a Kamo and ts manaRpr has re- of thlm sophomore cia
nej'i, ror i riTo puui Dw, lhnU tney wl p ay Htnnronl a
state nd national convention, and gw ru my wjn
nlways supported the .dtmocnle plat. , hp , , nd rcturn
form, and I stood with pyplrto Je Ihero on account of all the ball
nil Important legislation when I was "
conrressmnn. THE TEAM'S COACH
"In the interest oi naruiuu;
united Jomocrary, I nm In fawr of a r
.!.. nf .lM.nnjr( (n hfl flAld '
COBTCF1UUH Ul uuiuiu.i. -- -- ---
.nfter tho prlmnrv election Is held to
adopt a platform."
Senntor Mct'reary's speech was a
lucid discussion of present political
Issue and a severe arraignment of
the republican party, and the conll
dut prediction that democratic sue-
Cfs, hot , national aim m iu mnn-,
was u Ite near future.
He gave four roaMwis why me re
Irtibllcan party 1 doomed to defeot. asi
I'opulsr dissatisfaction with present
conditions, and especially high pr.ces
lor tho necessaries of life.
Tho broken pled"1 of the rep bll
can party on the tariff question. I'm
pie expecting lighter burdens of taxa
tion and t-o burdens wero made heav
ier Crrmntlm disclosed In cerlnln high
A crowing belief thnt there wa nn
alliance between the republican lead
ors end speclnl Interests such as man
ufacturers, organliers of trusts and
rallntalners of monopolies.
POPULAR HOTEL MAN MARRIES
J. W Acer, thp popular proprietor
ol the SL Asann lotsl, surprieii ii"
friends by ouletlr slipping away to I
unc ' lM ek here he cot.
Mr. IV1N Hughes rno'il nn nttrn t
v (lprr'd widow anC tnklrg n train
irr Levlrrton. thev were united In
jnsrrHr by Rev. I J Spenrer, of thef
Cbrlst'sn -hurch. The weddlnc ooeur-l
led on Thursday, March 30th, and
boih Mr. and Mrs. Acey were given
man) good wishes for happiness when
they camo tack to Stanford.
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HOW TO COMBAT I MfS VIRGINIA ARNOLD-
GREAT WHITEPLAGUE' DIES AFTER FATHER
Shooting At Somerset
POLICEMAN KILL8 BARKEEPER
IN PI8TOL DUEL
Congressman Harvey Helm, Oi tbls city, representing the Eighth Con
gressional district, was highly honored by the Democratic caucus of. tne
new House which met In Washington Monday. He was made Chairman
of the Committee on Expenditures of the War Department, and was also
placed on the Insular Affairs and Census committees. Den Johnscn was
the onl, other Kentucky congesaman to pet a comraltteo cbalrmansh'p,
he being placed nt the head of tho TJlMict of Columbia committee.
This prominent assignment put Congressman Helm at the very fore
front In the new Democratic Congress and Is regarded as a great honor, es
pecially In view of the fact that he la no'v only serving Ms'thM terra.
Mr. Helm has been flooded with cong&tulatory messages from all over the
district and state inc0 he announcement of his selection as a committee
chairman was made public.
TOLD BY 8ECRETARY KERNSR OF
TY IN 8PLENDID LEC
TURE IN STANFORD
Tho stereoptlcou lecture on Tuber
culosis nt the Christian church Frl
Jay night bv Mr. Hobert Kerncr, of
Louisville, secretary of the Society
for the Prevention of Tuberculosis,
under the auspices or the Woman's
Improvement Club, was a great suc
cess. A well filled house greeted the
Bpeaker, and he had the closest at
tention throughout. A qunrjet by mem
brs of the club and prayer by Iter.
D. M. Walker preceded the lecture.
Mr. Kerner was Introduced by Mrs. J.
J. Dickey, president ot the club, who
presided. Mr. Kerner Ig.'BOt n ora
tor, but he Is a most ngreeablo speak
er. He Is lucid and makes everyone
se the point. He said In part:
In the Civil War lasting four years
205.000 men were Wiled. Kvery year
In the United States 200,000 persona
die of tuberculosis. Hundreds of mil
lions of dollars are expended by our
people annunlly to prepare for war
nnd hereby prevents war. while only
n few millions are expended annually
to prevent tuberculosis. This is n
preventable disease, ns much so ns
smallpox, yellow fever measles,
mumDs and whooplne couch.
In the great city of New York the
deaths have been reduced one half
fclinply by sanitation. It Is as possi
ble to stamp It out of our entire couu
try ns It was to stamp yellow fever
out of Cuba. The disease Is not heied-
Itary. It runs In families because of
conditions tn communicate It, and a
susceptibility to receive It.
In Kentucky there are 20,000 vic
tims of tuberculosis nnd of these 6,
438 dlo annually.
Slncee Dr. Koch, of ermany, discov
ered tho t'lberculosls germ In 1882.,
tho ch Hired world has begun a war
faro against the Great Whlto Plague
In Germany every county has a tuber
SILYER CUPFOR BEST REPUBLICANS TO
DOUBLE BEREAVEMENT IN PROW
INENT OARRARD FAMILY
, NEW8 OVER THE LINE
lAncnster, Ky., April 4.
Miss Virginia Arnold, doushter nt
the late Joe 'Arnold, died of double
pneumonia on Saturday nt her homo
in mis eity, sne la survived by her
mother, sister and tw7 brothers. Hs
death Is doubly sad In mat It baa just
ioinwen mat or ner devoted father
The deceased was a consistent mom
bcr ot the Christian church for many
years. Tho family have the deepott
nmpiHny or nu in weir nour of be
reavfcnt. Mr. C. C. Drown entertained the
Kmbrordery Club Friday afternoon.
A dalntr luncheon wag served.
Robert Thompson sold to Shanks
& Dowdy of Columbus Gaoorgia a
road horse for $300.
Mesdamen J. A. Arnold and W., It.
Dastln and Miss 8ue Anna Lear or
at homo after several days shopping
It s rumo'ed 'The bell, the wed
ding bells will chime merrily about
Klder F M. Tinder boueht the John
illgglnbotham residence and farm
containing 70 acres of land on tho
Stanford pike near town for $13,000.
Mr. Tinder and family expect to move
Into their new homo this week.
Miss Detsy West will entertain
the members of the Embroidery Clr-
rcle Friday afternoon at her home on
A pretty silver cup is on display In
H. T. Logan' windgsr to be given to
the best Garrard county dog entered
in the dog show at Lexngton.
Millinery openings Baturday aft
ernoon nt It. 8. Brown', Mrs. Ada
Kinnalrd's and Miss Rella Arnold's
drew an Immense crowd of admiring,
and eager spectators. The women
could hardly wait to behold tho new
est and most fashionable millinery.
Little Elizabeth Logan Slmnson.
the bright little two-year-old daugber
Kentucky has one.
n Jefferson county. Our next legls- 0r Mr. and Mrs. Henry Slmnson, was
lature should take up tho work In dan2Arnniv 111 nn Mhv nf.rT.
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LINCOLN DOG NOMINATE JULY ll:veX,fl caS not ,be pSWIS:.SK2fSA dacSss0hne'
lilllUULU VUU tiviiuunau iwtis , vented, but .It can be cured In Its early, j8 no much better and continues to
i ., . re,",p"r; "e.!h ?rJ " F''l5 & " ' the board-
LEXINGTON KENNEL CLUB OF- ED MORROW GETS INTO RACE Rood, wholesome food nnd rest. LIv- trs nt the Lcmp House.
A dispatch from Somerset say that
I'ollruinun John Waddle shot and killed
ed Tom Hedgccroft, a barkeeper Ut
Thursday night. Tho shooting took
(flaco on the square. Waddln andj
Hedgecroft had some trouble over nj
case In tho Police Court, and when
tbey met Hedgecroft I said to have
lulled hi gun and began shooting.
No soonor had ho fired hi first shot
until the policeman pulled his gun
shot 3 times nt him. Four of the
shots took effect killing him instantly ,
Hedgecroft killed a negro not lot '
nwi an. nrniiiirnii inn innr iprin h I nn in nnn m ita nrpn irimiitiv i ?i -- .."- ..- .---.- -- - - - - .. ,
of cou.L Policeman Waddle Is 1 handsome silver cup offc.ed by th. ljxmS V. S. dE SoMl"" In the Civil War rarely died S'.' m7 rClMve '"
Drotner 01 niei 01 rouco iicnry vau i,oxingiou nennei -iuu lor me uea. trlct Attoney km .Morrow, or aomer- -iiuihii.iuii. iiiiiiircii wire cur
die He has not been arrested yet.
Ino-inn Anrll 11 tn 14. Srrtnrv. T "... ., j .' . . ... V.-.. r.M ' ., .,.,, thla HrAmlfnl .llsmco mbv h -. . . " "son UFOWIl at
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FER8 HANDSOME PRIZE FOR
ENTRIE8 FROM THIS
FOR GOVERNOR THE FIELD
u g oui acors, summer aim winter nnB' Annruncement rani. hnv lQn ,
.nSrUrri. "S T."bC; ' hpre to.tl. nuptials of Robert
Attrrmpv fl nfe. D. Florence, of
iUIb cty, nttendca tne meeting oi me u ..... ona ih ren nave cnBt(.r ret)d nt lp,n thp f .
The Interior Journal has un txhl- Renubllenn State Committee at Ioui- built Iiousoes for the Indians, they ate Mrs. Sunn Anderson The
!"? ."" ..?.aS2.:"h" 7 n . louVand. ""-" "' "" 5" ? Mis, I.ytle. of
Mt. Vernon First
Scared to Death
V A 1 no- t.l. J - . .
dog of any breed Irom Lincoln county . a nephew of u 8 . Senat r . Brad- ed by th outdoor ,,fc h ' CI-ctan'A, Arm, having s
at the big dog show to be held In Lux- ' - ------- ";.'" ,1 be taught rules of sanitation wherebv, , 'V ice;" " ",e '""owing par-
n'. ........ ... , Vh...ww -....-..... - i ...co u iiuiii ijiivRnn a mum n
siary. i. .i, cm? i.imi. Rnv. Cox. Ed Krank?. '"is are.iurui disease may be p-o ik i.-m- s r, t r, .i..r " - . "
D. Murray writes the I. J., that the fol Judpe 0'Rnr and Attorney Morrow. I vented and cured. Drugs cannot kill ?3 trc:m" Rob t Thomnson at fi I2e-
. '.,! nr.l nr- rich MnnH nr. nn XL t?. 'l? .Jwe ": 22 from
lowing tho conditions for
be the field
...-!-- If annmi In
tviienr. who hns the rank acd file of.I'le nrd pure rich blood nr the de-.iim,j t .. . :'"', .: i01?
Un 'ITnnnnn VT " can no event: , V maBi uf thoHcll agents ' J3o7c:VohlnsonV$G3b. " " '
BEE AGAINST BRODHEAD I This cup is to be awarded to the ,,rofscnai politicians ngilnst him. At the close of the lecture which' !rof. D. W. Bridges, the nonular
u'.bi uuj, ur uiiv-ii vi iiuy uitcu in it ih uruevcii iiuii i.mtu u iumu . .-,--. .... i, - - jTincipm oi me Lancaster school has
Prof .1. W Ire'nnd went up to Ml 'tcred In competition at our sIiot from lepubllcan.s will prouauiy iavor .-vior- ""'', 'J ' 'V.i' oi "" "1-1, .-Il'pen soreI.v afflicted with a sore foot.
cod nn olJ-l
Vernon and Ilrodhend public
' Ire'nnd srent up to Ml '
Saturday nignt anu rcier- . Mlint , ,n nHrt,nn ,n ,v,u row, as ne is irom hip uciruuu. ",;"--.."--. -
r0H,,.l nnhlln .nolMnt- '" --' - -- V nF Ii(laVf cniiru ur ui'U ut.
luni iw... ..w..k ,-.....n , . ..1,1 . "' .. - I' ... . .1 tA- rnn.A- n..A nnnAB
on th.. mini! nf the Mt. "" u"r cuuiuy iuiui uu (JountV Jude L. W Uethurum. 01 '" """'T "T..""'
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.jilirtnl. niftlltlnnal .tlnircri ..nn nl.n rnmimlo fnr v7ii.lrnoaln nnn nf In. mnat nrnml. IHIIVH. It U, .l. 'inul
RV.UUUIO. ..MW1..U..... VUU-n -".. M.O . .. , w. . . .w. ,UVfUB.I, w...' ... .. ...wuv ,..w....
good advice as to visiting those who
having had the misfortune to ste
on a rustv nail. Two physicoians were
with him for a time, out be Is much
Improved now and hupes to be out
Blackburn Bohannin, of Frank'ort.
rrst. r .. a... n..e . .Innf ma lit t . r mt .. . n.int ronnhllniina t n t Hla nfir- nt tin
liiv iuiiiu'1 tnniu mil viiiunuus i'.- inn en a ii nrizp wo oiipr. i no eiiirv -". icunum.uin ... .... r., v. r-u..j .ii ..i i i j
.on tho II year old brother of Mrs. "1 feed for the do- throughout the ,y nave LncoIn solidly behind hlra methods. m - frnm Cnk.aR Mf 'an(, SIrs 1,.,
IL. It. Hughes, of this clt), was one of show and n pass for the owner of the Governor Wlllson has declared him- cOFUe Nicely, ol Stanford, were recent vhl-
the two winner for Mt. Vernon, mo dogi Jt s not necessary for a dog sen vioiennv opposeu i" uiu u -. ,. ,ors nr jjr and RIrg j n Soper Mra
tlluT bcinc nomot rrocior. iu:.-; , hn n.,iir,i nr ro.H.prrf i.;. " " ""'" """ " ""'" . ""' '" J"iApn limuerger uougni some vv. h. Kikm, oi Atlanta,
necessary for a dog self violently opposed to tho no-nfn
. i .... riiufr fioinn iinmni i'iuviui. iuj.v . i n 1 -. t-.i -. vw j "" " " .w u jiriiiu
pinuniA !n LolnKton ItelllC iif tin - ."" " V "... . i U uo iieuiKrcvu ur rcKitueruu. r-u ,.rtTYlliJi i,rtfrtt. ua ,rtmifltlnn nro ....... .,,"" i"ir"t.il "!.'"" ". T' "'"."
THREE-YEA-OLD CHILD'S MEETS dujs when games could bo pluvcd malclil were thev that the; '" cai.not bo made later than April Iuarlo. ,,L, . Klelbasa boueht a 3-mdnlhs I Burton, nn.i little . r w left i"s
spelled lor two nours anu n nan oe- sin a, ,l pu"" tiu uun-eu iu j.
Joseph Hopper and Harry Helnhait for j Vprnon tlnally won. d. Murray Secretary Lexington will
be means of obtalulug a premium list'
catalogue nnd entr.v blank fee."
Chappel'g Cap. April s.
Mr O. W Spivey, who has return
rd from a visit to Hunting S"rlmi
Clay "ounty, tells us of the 't'Tge
have romarkuble rccordb In attend
ance and schorfffffaip this jcar. They
have not missed a day hlncu t' t- i o
A foiriul trncedv occurred In the
drath of n three year-old child there ginning of school aud hnvy obtained t0nK fork ciiiniiiitnlty last week In
Frank J. Tamme
l.ia week The Infnnt was in the yard nvrasos of over 31 per cent, each , Uoath of ul KtttIo fondor, agel
V"RyruVlJZT x: m- wonU: u,ls entlulnR itom to u,c hon- riM rt fo,n; -r, ?auBhs:
Clevo (lar'nnd. who h-aM lier child "r roll. of ,Mr und Mrs. J T Condor. On
i-crenin'nj; In terror, rushed to rescue
t Hnptinng i"1 little on up nut'
1 rtirsday ho turned a kettle of boll
Jobophlno Carpenter, Knlley Sauir- Ing water over nnd was so badly scald ,i0' ,n the new electric chair vvhch raontri'
Holsten n.alo and a four-weeks' nld.weel: for a stav In Sin Ant ,ntn Tn
heifer of the same stocK from a Bar-' Miss Margaret Walker, or Lebanon,
telso, III., breeder. These with ther visiting her father .Mr. Stepuen
others bought by the German farmers Walker. Mls J.tnle tioty Is In Kleh
, liere will bo a nucleus from which nmnd vlth Mlspees ilentnet cnil
the new creamery hero will soon.M.irv Miller. Miss Delia Tinder i at
,he started home from the Sue Bennett Mem r-
; Artnur uianKensiup, agon z , nnu i.vi college at Londan. Jlr. and Mri.
Mr. Frnr'' J. Tamme. of this countv Miss Nora Mae McAllster, of nenriJohn B. Stormes have n turned frm
died in Winchester Tuesday morning here, wero married on the llth at It oic-nl niunlhs' sojourn in Clearwotor,
AMY I'elliuan, the Lincoln county March, 2S, where he had been under the residence of the bride's parents, Fla. MrsMV. P. Whi.o rf XashU'e,
ne'rro, w.ll bp the flru clmlnal ti troatment for cancer for s-venl Mr. and Mrs. M. McAllster by Rev. i is visitln? her nieces, Misses pmmn
nir. liiimiie u norm.- in i i-. .um. una i um ocv-um- uui i.ucy itiKer iny iwr. anu Mrs.
Pel (man To Die May 6
PROMINCMT LINCOLN FARMER
DIES !N WINCHESTER
I'-klnt: tie gani'er '"fc. tno next . ,,,. nnm,.,r .vro ti10 ,,tn. ,.,, tlint ailn .11,1 ,ho follow Inc div. Her h. R : ... men inftniiert in the .i.iv. 0'ilu Hud was 51' vcare old at the matrimonial venture of tho groom. Lucy Walker Doty. Mr. and Mrs
1 ,fc . .. . -..!. ... ... . .. .... t I. ..... ll In rnHltnliMirv nnrl uhlnh M-
inuant he siw her bnlie gsp am
" In h TTrm Not ' t ae rr n
bml'o toi Id he f prd -' I ' ?
I'r'c1 ,v"t 1 ri il ' i' rf - p t
Rev K D. NoaVs. f'h--'p- Vo
la rh fliw I ln i h Ha xtnln- li1r
of Crab Orchard, with Mr. George ' the high set col.
II. Lvne. of Crab Orchard, went to
... ... ...,. ...,. .. , . i. .1 in . .,i.ii,r nH uhi.i, ..-in nor- lime oi nis ucaiii. un April Z.'U. ISV
tiers Ol Uie spoiling ninicu rriuax u,- suiionngs wure iiueiiEf, iiim uo " ; '-"''.".''.-."".""""'' "1""1 h. 'na r.ir,lp,l tn Ml.. Mnrv Klln. n. Mr ri.-.rl Plimimer's Weilnes- l.ere for .h f ,.nr.nl nf Mr ln.,h A
th n iiuiii ill riiirir mi r-rirnits im . - ... ....vu ........ .- .. .-.. .. .. - ....... ... .... .. ..... . ,...... ... .- u'ucu -
'ino jot'iig men 01 ir.19 seriiun iiti uaipn Arnold, or tlarrodslmrg, were-
. . ... i 1-1 . ne n'im mnriied tn .mish .viarv Kiiza- n Mr t'li-jri" I'lummerH vvoine- i.ere
ening ire umicn was nem uciwioii continually cnung rnpa cam yru . ,,,; '. ,,. f,.tur, n , iaC9 0 beth Hoss nnd to this union were born day and worked oil day at a Io?- noId Airs. J. H. Davis, of Tallarns-
tho high school nnd eighth grado pu- help mo?" LIttIo Mtty was a bright tno old-fnshJoned noose nlni children, four toys nnd live girls, rolling. The younr lames garnered .n ree, F'a. 13 with her mother. Jlrs.
plls. thwinnor being representatives llttlo girl and the pet of her house- Owe-nor ' Wlllson h.s set Friday, a of whom are living to mourn the ,md helped Mrs. Plumtr.er prepare a Sills shley Miss Alberta Anderson
hold. The remains were laid to reU May oth rs the date for ieimnns ex- "-" 7i. " """"""" '" "TL-'t :: r.Jn n. rnL m".
ecunon. sneitn ,vc artv aru sever- " ' , ... .. l"- -. . . -' ...,-,-- .-" - "' " " '"?""?
Miss Salllc Uiirueno tntertalnrd - In tho Condor graveyard nut far fiom
Pnlnt L'ck. to ottnd tho burial of nuiubrr of hor Irlenda nt her hon e her home.
uei wnson ot unpp ng bpnngs. F,, evening. All reported a fine
who was hurled bv the Masonic order '""
list week. tm,'
Mr. Joen Ilogle nnd handsome The Y. M. C. A. organized n fow On
'J. M. Stnughton has returned to Cov
.1 ,'..'. ioi nui n.m n.nui.i Drccai'3d w?s n member ' tie a social and lots of nice music
IIO I Vill UlltVCIO J IUUU IJ .n,l,nll nhiirAh . n A n tmo Phplflthn ITn.i'At. nrlflln .nn nt Tnr C rl f - lnnnn nr..n n .lal, !.. nn.k..
ro to Eddyvil'e to witness the exocu- ? " """ " " '"""""" ""v " '"""',",,;", 1 lvh. Vc,r,..'- ... u" i !
MONEY TO LOAN.
Lincoln counly (arms, in anr
daughter. Miss Nettle, of Turnersvllle weeks aim ha thus fr been n bui ninmint over f 3.000 Rate of Interest
n?ILlu!.LX th'mclent . The member, have been meet- C 1 2 per cent. Term, B years, with
teneimr of th .rhnol hero Inst term. iB regularly ovory Saturday evening privilege to pay after ono year. First
Graded School Wins
Alter n veiv hot canipal-n.
Born, to the wife of Mr. Uu Crow In tho offlco of Dr. T. W Pennington, mortgage If you are In need of money J,e0''10 ,f -McKlnney voted Sitm-d"
m- U. .... ,..!.,.. . .. ..... r... '.. . .n J. to levy thc necessary tax to ostabllsh
... ,uuu .uu ., lu ,..-. .vm u. u.u a Kra,icu Bchool. The majority In
for iiinnor par- fnvor of the sctool was 10
a. line boy.
all seem to be doing faithful work.
They're still fighting down In Moxl-
April 28 ha beon set ns the date value of your land.
co with the rebels apparently getting for tho girls declamatory contest. Tho tlculars wrlto to G. n. Swlnebroad.l Prof. J. W. Ireland, of this cit'
all tho best of It,
DARING DEEDS DONE
AND EXf.CUTED BY
AND THE GIRLS
Stanford Opera House
Saturday April 8th.
Prles 25, 35 and 50c first twoiow75
boy contest held In tho opera house Attorney, Iancaster, Ky.
went over Friday night and mndo a
strong speech In fnvor ol tho school
In evoiy rense of the word. He mov-.fin. need 21. and pretty Miss Mamie '.Mr. H. A. B. Mar.Ts'oury Miss Ethel
Iced here from Boyle countv several Chappell, 17, were made one nt Mr. Hilton, of Stanfoid. wmh the recent
'jean- pco nrd was t splendid citizen H. C Chnppell's last Wednesday. Ilev guest of her sister, .Miss SiifU HlPoi
'nud had msnv friends in this localltv. j. A. Godbej said tho words which Mr. SIIds Ashlev, aged ?3 'ars died"
The remr.lns were taken to Danville mstio tho two fond hearts one. nfter n genoral decline from career,
and nfter funeral services at the Cath- Mr. V S. Brown. Sr, has Just ro-' Ho had only been home for a 'ew
ollc church were laid to rest In beau- turned from n visit to his son-in-law, months from a stav In Florldn, think
tlful Uellcvue cemetery, nt Salem, Ind Ing a change of climate wou'd provn
Antony Grubles nnd family, who re-, beneficial hut he found It of short
Had dreams, sleeplessness, nervoiiR- rently camo here to locate on account operation In lengthening Us life, He
nils nnd dlizlnesn nre caused hv up- nf tholr health, being benefitted bv n had Just submitted to sn ene'ntlon
set stomach. Ml-ona stomach tablets milder cl'mate. now think it pretty though the Lancaster physicians be
end all stomach distress and Indigos- cold weathor here with the rocent lleved there was little hope for him
tlon. G. L. Fenny guarantees them. hiowr. (Continued on Fourth Page)
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