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btanmrbI UncmLH county, Kentucky, Friday, april 7, 1111.
VOLUfAC XXXVIII. NO. 27.
EVERY TUE8DAV. AND FRIDAY.
SAVED SUM OF $702
LOCAL BANKERS BID FOR PRIVh
LEGE OF BEING COUNTY
TREASURER THe FISCAL
The Untoln CouBty' Fiscal Court
hsld session two days here thU woel.
I Tuesdty and "Wednesday, letting, con
tracts lor the Improvement Of lb
turnplks oft, county and trnnMct,Kd : Murphy.' Josl.h Singleton.".!. Illiwreic wilt show ju.t how splendid In
Ing considerable other business Uat
cams before the body,
The eeun Held Ha M-ennW election
I Couaty Trensnrw, and bb laterest
In rata developed batween Cashier
TV, N. BrlgkLof the Lincoln Count
National Bank, the Inoutnbent
Uteri U Psaay, Vtc-o President of
Iks asw BUte Dank k. Trust Company
us a raanlt of -which, the taxpaysis of
lie county ars sated the neat aanf
of 9701. Under prerloua' conditions,
Ike county has besn paying. It treas.j,,sUl thl week after another car d'ri,ml,y we;,.llw,r;rrpm home lt SuKLyhen but 11 Vi-ars Of age fteVt week from Uorea College.
urer a salarT of 1200 a year. TVhsa 0( l0ullry and ejtg 'daj week visiting a neighbor, thieves" Anothsi vcturuu passed over the' Master .lumen Sumuel Owens gavu
.,!!.U.rtfW?i!i 1? ,.r"n? 'ill ,V.m A "u, n,n m,dA ,''autjr "'ed 1 entered. Uielr rcsldcnco nonr hero and Jrlvcr when ,ohn 3atPrt who fought'a birthday party to his little friends
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4ii air. renny was
statement that be
the otfica without
!ebnle, who had
turns tor reflection, atatod uti ni,
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infil.l ,rnt itrtrAt frin nflrnn iMriila'
Vehereupon It was stated that ' Mr.
Tlafary' 'Smilre Mc.,tu,h and Bhe '" l'" "ftlh c''"d t0 Thorn wan no fire In the house at I I'. bwI hniye Eoltl,ftr ond was weU Hndl0 Houtenhcrg, E,llsabt Dowell
nr..i lr tiri.1,11. t0 u",e K001 P'SPP'V- , M- when the aievors left and t,"!krtown oil over this section of thpt Uetcalf, Mar Nunnclley, Master James
onrreu air unguis, w-i. whn ,..niir. o'clock It was In ashes. About IflOOi ',,. , ...... u...v ti....i.i.t. ci i-.-j
thereupon It was stated that Mr. ",ft JWnoius scnooj ouiiamg win aii. c.ccl, V,itnker. a younge man who Mr Tom VMM , ere vlsItlllf; hIs
Penny would be glad to pay UOQ a or " """ "P'" " fhol fr the camff here from Vanceburg to help Mrj,,,. JIrjl Campbell.
yrr for thT privilege ot actlnK aaLlrse as well as small pupils. ell manufacture brooms, was wrM Mra. Carter spent a few days with
tri-asurer His bid was mot and hT' The county road tjp and down trei 'ouVd" Kgrkroad at Parker'a ber a,hcr Mr' rurt!B RtVr "t
Ibrti raised his offer to I60 a year. I (ireert river gravel. This Is badly need , Q nnd ln aHBcUffli,-wlthem vm w; p Cummlna"with her children
lUrti raised his offer to $160 a year. I
winch was met by an incrre tn JlSl
n ear. and nt this Ilaur Mr. IlrlKht
ns. elected treasurer, thus 'bringing
iiiu ,iun mdmiuij iitv auiu ui fav tui
the Wo years' term as well as raving
th county the MOO salary paid be
fore, k net saving tn tho titxpayerspot
year. It Is understood trial?
most of the other counties of the
Mate are fid by bunkers for prlvl.iries, with sunMitno lt'efn octi one.
lego ot handling the county's fundi. I Josh Ilrown has ust omplet'd n
A, previously outlined In the I. J., summer residence on the top of tho
tb magistrates abolished the offlc ,KUMt knob , r .,pw G,en riTcr
or Turnpike Supervisor nnd decided v,.r Jw- , s r0H,i c)eaa BtI
that each magistrate shall In the fu- wail aud ,it,d by u, neighbors, all
.ure have personal charge of the roads of who 0 K,ad ,0 hra
la his dlsirlcu The salar. paid theL"i"if ,m- ' ,r
lurupise auperinteaueni was increas
ed from ftOO to 11,000 n year. This
it sat decided, will be equally divided
among tke magistrates for tbelr road
ork, the .plan being to allow then)
13 per day, not to exceed $250 a year
lor tbelr road service.
The court Hied the school levy for
ue current year at 10 cents on each
ino .Xrti. Ar.n,.-,. rf-rt .i.
'rfe , i! -i ?iTJ Ln.'. '.
u nr tax levy at on cenu. ..
It was brought out -ut the meHIng
1hst thv cou
"V Kt".tu co,lct thl Intfr.
yt and the loaus; wa. accept.! and
"' .. .Zn:.tf! "" "J'l""""-!1
Iirc-cq iO collection OI tne amounts
l ouce. hiti he will OU suit. If nete-
-ir to collect the money.
It wus dclded to p!c $3i,0Oil In-
innurp upon tho courthouse and $5.-
MiO upon the furnltur0 nnd contents,
und thU wn Mimllv .lll,la ,..
Iho wlsht Insursnco ngeiieles of the
.... h- 'n ...... "" "" h'" " vicmii w iiKici c.j ...- . - I10 uoty. a coiorea woman roaiumK i" i k.....!!,, ,. ,inllr.- mr ih I I f.r! " "
. ' '.'..." of dirt andsand. and conseouentlr Uev. Jeffries, now pastor of tho , nTin,nn Th vnncA mmna from , ,.....,. ,...,. . Swope In tho
two years on 1W or Its ,,..... . , ., . ----- -- . id ji-.ii, .i. i. viuii, oi umuuvvn. n. . , .
.. . . M. " - "- ...ftv.. &ifiiDv vmu.vm, .,. .- -r. Airs, tioien u. iiuiimun. oi iiudluu-, u-itAu. --" -
it nun tounea out. ine , ., , ..... ..... , . . ....... o..-.... ... . . .. . ' -.-. ,, ..
nf rvvm.v t..h nii " " """' "" """ i-Bttn, iiieui edtu uiiiu auuu-,. vl o, who makes tne requost uecause, . Iov- ,n .-..i lh . .. from o(i i - -".
of County Judge NW -h hlll i,. i.(, ,. ,,,. i.,m. n,in hM mi,i 1,1. toek of ' ,if- -mnn-. m.th..r w hnr'.,'...ov.e.to re.a.",1 ",?.. "I s. . """1 " ! lights In his store.
The Fiscal Court fixed $200 a yesr ,)r- - s- "' arrived lome The many friends nnd relntUes or tuc oovernor refused saylnK the wo ami twenty ftve thuuband f-aet of litm
us salary for a Bheeo Insnector un.N't'um Lexington Tuesday, where he Messrs. lm Itoutrn and Claude Sin- n)nn a9 fortunate to be released on i her per oav. also ilsht stave saws
lcr the new law recnntly enacted by,""8 oeon "" rr "u anection oi
.... . ..nn ..f hi. v..i it., win .i..M,ia.u
iue itumaiure. mo iippoinnnent or
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i. j.ius- una juiirp imiiry npiuiiii.i
his win. IVedsrs to tK. office
Th. eouri nrdarMi.itaat t!ouutv a.
The court voted to allow (Vinty
iturey W. H, Durru t5C to bu. book-i'm-ii
fur bis oWce.
Tr '"'(SOUSBt POjl tax lift WSS
trlfl "htr'ff McCsrtr for 7r
K vn t-r of naupnr c'slms were h'.
.rnS Ii iooch 13 ' o Vug
"' m,t" J""11 A- l,0(K;U ,3 ' AUK
v-t: Ufn Mnlllns fJ.CO: MnmU.
v ..- 4-f to t-C tioorhmiBe; Man.
, Urn'on 5T: lleljs Route., ti,
ivrr-l Hsrver i for k-p.nc
s. t . sl . .... n.-i
r t-farhHsiren Mlrv I. I'llMrMlt II!
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a ,-B SBJS- BTBBrwe T "mm
w E -iistpi. ,i i.y ,. --.
nAniNQ DEED8 DONE
AND EXECUTED BY
AND THE GIRLS
Stanford Opera House
Saturday April 8tk.
Prices ti, 35 and 50o first two rows 75c
i H(M,,lnt nariiml Ktor'.ftin h. TOU wil1 ttcnd divine service next ucen wsltlug his porenU heie. Hogs Receipts 2.378; market steady: 0, iamc0 Bound. Four yeurs
. .. , .. , ,,. ,,,. , .k- Lord's day and wB kindly invite vou miss Ruby Cnrroll, of this place. Is rino- nieher: butchers and shippers, thU town hnd a population of
mntrouse previously used r -tha to Hlent 8udr Bchool M C ("'",,l trachluc a. subscription school at Tur-! 95 .b6.95; common 5C.50S6.3. rianared. Today the population !
i&ettsr ComnHsslonsr. .as he l bsdTtln chureK and Iswure yoa you.wIln.rtTiie. - ' Hlfeen Receipts S41: market 'stionr;, four thousand eight hundred and
lv l st'o? office room. ntTfr naVe cau,e ,n resret It Join- yUi v. u. Baxter and charming ;2.ao4.26. Lambs Market strnns. ty of Isbor for all. There ar0 se'
Milton Bhndoan 2i Klma Brockman
(2; Kill llurcli $2, Thos Pitman 12;
Jas. tt Tawery $2.60; Mrs. George
Vanhook $J for one month and Mra
John McCnrley 16 for one month.
Thn court rejected n number of bid
for road contract nnd a readvertlso-
mont vas ordered, which will bo aeon Oo icen hore Monday, which Is April
In other columna of thla Issue. Tht Court Day and annual Horse 8how
successful .bidder, wore given con ,ay. No county In tho state Is Produc
.. , , linn tnit finer canine blooa innn i.w
irnets nnd mart now make bond ?. Th. breed hero are dlierim
fore the County Judge are: A. DartMla in.iine indues of horseflesh Hml ore
Win, Andoraon, M. T. Boone. John An-iaCcurlng only tho very besL A Blanco the Baptist church here, and the old
'.U' . N?'n our community d.ed
Padgett, J. J. J". u2nl5?rl7
& Wells. T. W. Oooch. Smith & Moat
coaiery, Qeorgt Rice, fl:,ll. HelnipTY,
A.'llKtcnsr, W u. JMonigomerr, Jf "
ICes niffo, TV T. HcfJInr. TV. T, Ueck.itnn i. 4 so urn yon can rau niwn
II. l Andersoa, B. K. Kerr, andT.,theni. ' ,
O. CMlllland ' . ! ".:
t otu..V".-w. - - i
Judge J. U. Swope passed ikrougtiun.p .n..cD ANn nllRNEn
the West End this week en routejo'
Cuuft". " , 1 "- )'
Capt: Jake TValM la out on the war'
HIM liuiw ......,jr ..w - kuv. .,
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h Jrnolds school building will aft.
(ireert river gravel. This Is bndly need
being given Its legil width. After
wards It will be ditched and raised Jn
Khe center and given a good con of
.urrrii ri,u rKinvui. uib is uuui; urt-u.i
cd iud will be a great benefit to nllU
at the.nul'!t home of Mr and Mrs. n. '"'. iwo inv ruiu 'll"":o. """L "ibruvelj for tb Ist Cnulo In Hie war,,i i.ori0r of his third birthday. Thoso
Ihe Inhabitant and enhance th0 valuolng of tho Slover residence are be.
of, their lands. '
Ou Match J0,h the writer was In
ton separate nnd distinct snow flur-
, ytr .M uw nwi....
Ily actual count on last Saturday
About throe o'clock In -the afternoon
there wero fifty three buggies and a
number of wagons, on Main street In
ciuiaeer oi wagons, on Main street jnif""u"' .'- r
our city. There were also quite a King's Mountain Methodist church.
number In the livery stables.
9t.S. tatnfll. la -mJI m.mA V..IIJA
.. w i . h6m lt , -- '
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n,B c,Mi J o 'WK on mo Mc -
Kinney and Mlddlehunc rad that must
been to be-nroeertv nnnrlati
Th . .. ' '.,.'. ".-""
brwfM 0r Florida, Indicate that aho'roodH t'u Alonzo Padgett and brn
wI, ruturn ,n Kcnlucky 8opn an( nr. , ljlMeU bouRhl of ,)r. j. w
ranso to make the southi-Tifir nrmnn.Unn mi. ,nw for XGO
ent- ho'e. She will stop for. ten dayst
' ,n Hfrmlnghatn. Ala. She has she Ik,'
certnlnly nnd pormanently charmed
1,h e clinintt-, the towus mid cities
ns wflrns the people ond Is serious-
Is contemplatiiig an early letnrn this
fa" anu mnl", u" inestmciit In ptop-
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be In his office here all of next week,
My friend, you will be better able,
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Ill UllVIIU JU UUIMI1CPB llslU KM .HUWI
'h vo"r hands this next week
cla8 No- 8 oud h"ar ,n Master's
Word made (ilatn.
The vouchers ol pensioners on rur-
a! rout eon will In the future be tilted
out by the carriers, who hae been
empowered todo tv wrrv mi ot
very Bomlnnl cosL This will be nu't'
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aVenle!ltU " " "8 " "aUDB "
',., ?'"Z when I Hurried
yJJ . y'l. ?wnSt .ii. 5S
tri tiivutf f-lliisitnii TrnrMrrliit
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("Oi, sir! IbvebtenJJttd DAN CUP,D5s
, have nothing eke to live for - "N.aBfBlK
, WontyeuhelgW rTWaiyUtklesSSri.T j
Vme end it wQjgTzw 1 rXvtyowwcr2 A
At 3 Crying for Assistance. At 34-Shaotina Rats. & '
Hera Skw Day
MONDAY WILL BRING BLOODED
EQUINE8 TO TOWN.
The f'nest display of horso slock
ihnnrn In n rnunlt In KonlllfWV will
Ihe quality of horse stock to bo had ,
Com to town Monday and see the j
blue blooded boautles go thrcuxti their
pace. And bring alone a dollar tor
- . . .t. .1 11 1
Gdtaglal At Spms
AND A HOLD-UF .
., . ,.
. .Bp.' & E!1' J
. . .
worth of furniture was desuoyea
c.ccl, wi.itnker. a youngo man who
mill and In a scufnswlthjhem wm F Cummlna with her children iJ- ' P"oix- D-S' ulfrp' w- A- Co,feJ''
shot In th,. hand Inflicting a painful vf,Dl ou nome nt Preacbersvllle wltb(S. A. Montgomery and J: .1 Durham
wound A Wayncsburg pyBlcan at- A,M naiIietti,s Monday night. were elcctod Irustecs '
tende.1 the younge nnn and VTonmc htfrb , be;prparnlng at the Itap ' K,veryr6ne is Invltod to attend tho
cd the wound not necessarily W it chtlrch Sl,hds,'mornlnB nnd nlqhtlMrf " fl, ,lte ra rv Hocletv
miL Thn attack on th young mail on!, .,, ... , n,n ,.n.. ,i,h , k.McKinny aociai Literary Hociety,
lonely road at night and the burn-
. . A A -I .. .! .t. 1,11.11.
ii-veu w "l,",", "'""' "' hu"
'K ffiC wfili lake notice nnd
if possible, ha-o a detective fenrt
out the perpetrator oi tuese mumst.
Mrs. Geo." OlIHnd h 111.
A number rrom this placo uttendod
Uie-rovtval which Is being held at
Hlsblaud M. B. church. Sunday An
.excellent sermon , ... - ,
wus preached by .
Jtey. Htrallott. the presidlnc elder. On
(Sunday evening he preached ax me
Our former Sunday Bchool super -
Inl.nrf.nt TTilt- T H. RlnC16(0n. ll&A
flta h M ejected suptrlDtendent at
...- t.. -... i.. .-...
tne uapust cnura. no .uvvvw " -
I J. W Aclon.-Vho-bas beon a raJthfui
ml nndimcIentworker.Ior somo time.
: " ' ,. , CI. hlm ,.,1V
Austin Hale, of Mllledgevlllu. s)en
a few days with relatives hre.
R. J. Hogue, wire and d.uiKhter, Kth
yl, spent Sunday at .Limes Crimp's.
lwrence Rust, ot New pot. Is vIMt-
Ine ht Jameh Dyes.
M,8B Uutn AUord is wtlli her uuiit,
Mrfc. TV. O. Watts, at Mayuood.
..i..inn ...ik i A iisss.lno' thsoit Innvii
k.i .r.:.- . ....... ..
for tha west. However, we trust tis
for the best
Cbailes Altord has Rone to Wllmore.
i...,, , ,
hrVlslUf. VUIJUU; IIIUH.
Mr. and Mrs. TVni. C. Brown hate
' ,it;9 datirhters. Ssdlo and Chrlstlno,
of ihibauks, have been vIsIIIbr tb
tsuilly of C. Brown
MUkes Uy and Brown hive return
ed I rota ite city with a full selection
ff i-prlrg and summer millinery In the
.... . IB ! s..l
Tl.n,.hrM their opening on TTednes
1 . . ., p q,,,,, .. ,0
! ' ' f n n ; c- '" '
KI- . Mimnialn, nnd a great many
7 ' ',"" th Cha,''"! Tf
P-P-tar young ladles had on
M wi .rr. 1 w n bb.iu innaiuii "ijivj.
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Mrs. J. TV. 'Padgett continues cry,Welll nmJ famy We can., afford t
sck. ose man eood families like them.
COMF IN EAST END
MRS. QORMLEY AND JOHN SAL
TER PASS OVER DARK RIV
ER EAST END NEW8
Crab Orchard April 6tb.
Thn death angel has beon stalking
abroad rn the East Knd. Mrs. Mar-
gnrct Oormley, the oldest member of
Monday .renins, and was l.ld to rest
In tho cemetery here after' services
conducted b. Mr. J. C. llcOlary. Had
sbs lived until the D'h of May elie
would hare beon 13 years of age. Mrs
Uurmley was the daughter of Col.
Tbomaa lluford, a celebrated Confed
erate wnrrlor. Bhe la aarrlved by a
nun W'lllUm Cormley and two Oaugh-'er,
ters. Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Morgan. Hbe
had sufered three narelrtlc stroke la
Jtlie, Jssl Jew years and was able to
get out but tittle. Bhc was a faithful
rnomter of th church bailng Joined
... John Kd.nig.o,. .- ailto nfcIc as
j,;;Tom vtM ,9 ere xiaMuK his
Vfc UO "VU'hC I.IU 1-..O...I n..H
Mj. gftm Reynoldg nil, jng Bomc
from Jelllco and says Mrs. Reynolds
!.'n "no '"", wlU be al homp
jjri.,tJ"ie. Cool; ot Indlaha-U with
n Mrs. Win Gormley or Richmond has
been with his mother during her 111-
rl Wo ar sorry to glve up Mr. Henry
i ii u ui.1 m'l f iu skavrr -
Mi Trayor Is visiting her sister
Mrs. Irca Ufish,
. lM.Mr KIHcpc
'MRS, HUFFMAN'S REQUEST FOR
. PARDON FOR NEGRO. GIRL.
n, fniwin ann..i
. " -
,raukfort NVws-Jourr.il lust week-
0overnor Augustua K. TVlllson hasj
. ... ,..
peon asKeu io grant uparuouo.r;
nurse when she was small.
it i,..,r.MAH u -... ,a ,1... .,......,-
- Jlfl. JlUllUiUll niUID IU IHV UUICI-
nnr that Imp old black mammv had B
cia.ightr. who, while a young girl
killed her newborn child ln Boyle
COUuty and' was sentenced to the penl-
tentlar) for life The doty woman ua
leH paroicd, aRer serving a long
, . nrlson. and Is now living ln
j.xlngton under another name. Mrs.
Huifman wnnti a pordon granted, but!
ciuclnnaft Apill Cth.-Cattle--.'e
i . .,.. ot,n. .., .iw fir .-. l.,v.,1
VlLlVa OOU llUi OOV " o
shippers $BC; tommou $-.'.6j8 1.
L. -!..! -!.-
A snake found lu Afr!risf called tke
(pitting snake br the Boers. It h be -
twrsu we and three ret long and
1. uiuuiImIIv i.nlvl ailfi snflvu Wssftfltlv ail.
.,-,-fc.-,.- . ... ...... -. . -. ....,. . .
Jkln every one who ippr It.
In eonfiiiement It N very -.avnge. open-
lag It, mmitl, and eJr,ilK IN fangs.
whWi ir orn
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til ,. ,.,,, , , ,. ,lMW ,.
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,t'iu lruiniii. Ai-iiv.iv j is-iivii nn iriiiiBiinaAJii uuu
w umi u - .-.. .. . ivuiii Tii-L vi iiuiiupi ii i v s i-iivi 11.111 i
J At 36 Adminisiertng Dope,
Horse Rms Away
AND THROW8 OUT TWO M'KIN
NEY YOUNO LADIES
A McKlnney, April 6.
A young b'orso which J. T. Oooch
was driving last Saturday afternoon,
got scared nnd ran away with him,
throwing' out Misses Hollo Cowan nnd
Beasl6 Jorboe, who were Tiding with
him. The anlmul snapped the bit at
tho flrrt dash, and ran for several
miles before be was stopped. The
young Indies had, a vory narrow es
cape and were considerably shaken
up by heir experience, as It was,
but wo are glad to state' that none
was eerlously hurt.
AIIm Ruth Tanner has returned aft
er a week's visit with her granSmoth
Mrs. 1. V. Owens.
Mr C. H. Wright and family bare
i moved to Lexington.
Miss Ume Drye Is visiting la itan-
ford this week.
Ray Tanner was homVafew days
r ' IA TJ3 Ol-UU 1,1
T1, election for t.ie graded school
.tamo ou inst umuruuy. u was a very
!plos0 vote, Um"firiled school having
carried by a 'nia6rlty" of 15. Messrs.
""',,. . 1 ,.
which meets at tho school houso ev-
er Saturday night
i urutlif Gubbcrt will pteach at the
' Christian church Sunda.
Fa,r 'a'nlnRW Uie men and boya
I of McKlnney who congregate In the
lumber yards nnd bos-cars Bom0 times
ln tno we,ic.,niid almost evory Sun.
day in front 6f- people's houses' whero
women and children and meV or all
classes can sco their maneuvers open
I whlle .. do nol j.UoW tnat tho. aro
gaioblliiB and drinkjng whisky, a::
wo cunnot Bee Uic mor' and can not
! toll the color ot tha water In the bot
tles, we Judge that they are violating
i tbo law and committing a crime, ond
If kucb does not cease to uppear, wo
who will not tolerate such thtngs, arc
fcolng to find out just exactly what
"e.l,n. r,- ,nn-
MY M.b W...b.
FROM BELHAVEN, N. C.
Ivr .tunaf-lnllv frnm I
...! Iln.1. ,.! I ,n..l,l o l.l
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..U WUJIH WU.lVlr. . t OT.UII.I.U U hill
.tn I Eli.n I, r.n,m.. nn.l It.'.l In It... I
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..u,h A4UW,u buuuij.uim IIICU 111 lUJ I
" -miim-uuh u cikihcitu joaiu. i
wa ejnpioycd by the Interstate Coo.-
erufe0 Co., and 1 am with the same
romi,unj aH uianaser of the finishing
, uepnrtmem i iiavo been at llelr.nven
four vers Tnf( C0Mwny employs
nbout sit hundred men at the differ-
cnt departmentb which aro band raw!
mm with a capacity of ono hundred i
tiirnlnK out eighty thousand barrel
states pel day. Then there are head
ljg saws. Ibis stuff Is finished ready
for the barrel. They have a bos
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rUIJUsX lUMWtlJ W iuifv vai'-'V
Belhaven ii on tie ncu-th west whole
saw mills and othei kinds of emp'oy-
roent. The fish and oyster industry
oi.e of the chief money getters.
,Tho i-'lmate and sntt wsf'er bree'ss
, make thts an exceptional healthy cli
I(u,nte TVe have 101r.11 slight treeiei
ence In a while see snow but not more
than n day nt a time.
. . . .
rnss ana lypnoia.
It has been found that tho nrevn
lence of typhoid fever ln India varies
regularly with the nbundanco of Qlen.
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Ar 3B Ciueht Clk.tk Goodi. Trv-.s she huv nothtrKJaotM at-0. At 4g. All Hope 15 uone.
Miss I'm ma Cotubest. of Caser
county, and Miss Mftry Cunningham,
of Junction City, who havo boon vis
I tins Mrs. Logan Durk, havo returned
Mr. CIrtte Arnold bad tho inlsfor-
ttuno to net ono of hla fine colts In
jured while breaking It ono afternoon
last week. The colt' reared up and
fell on Its neck, leaving tho muscles
of tho neck considerably strnlncd.
Hev. llollbon came over from Lex
ington to fill bis appointment nt the
Pleasant Orove churchi Ifn was the'.,
guest of Mrs. Kale Adams wi,lloTiero.lu""u,-uuu w WDOT "" 'V hc""
Mrs. Fannie Pollard purchased b The large tl,000 tobacco barn ot
harness , marV from 8 ml ley Walker,' Col. It. II. Drosnugh, at his farm near
prlco Jl7o. Crab Orchard v-osKompletely destroy-
a tack Kmery, a colored man nnd ono ed, a small hurricano coming up a hoi
Of -tho-oldest citizens of Uavlstown, How back of the barn and tumbltnb
recently dropped dead' while at tho h ' structure, which had been
plow hondlo j built to accommodate 15 acres. Into
Mr. nilly Hlanks was kicked by a, ma" Vf Undlln-wood. A number
horse Just below tho knee more than,0' '0 " woro also blow down
n week ago which resulted In naln-.on C0'- Hnmaughs pface.
fiil suffering for several days. He is The ond.of a large barn on the farm
nbleTnow to beout of "the house. of J. D. Bads and song was blown In
Mr. II. C. (Ireenlug. of Lexlngton.jby the force of the gate and several
who has Lcou sDendlns: the winter utivery largo and beau til til old mo'n-
HawtFoiip and Winter Park, Florida,
win. hero Innt week lonklncr oft(r a
I'jrm ho has purchased. Ho bojtr
while here a sow and plgsjfor which
he paTd $25.
No.Mnarsee sold a cow und calf to
Joe Robinson for $40.
John Mnrsee sold to Charle Dean tf
pair of work mules for $425.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams nnd Joo
t-ave returned from Damlllc, Burgln
and Hariodsliiirg where they hpvo
been visiting friends.
Miss Mame ttallard, who has Just
concluded an extendeil vUlt to tor
aunt, .Mrs. TVoolfolk, or Lexington, Is
it home ngaln.
Miss Add Arnold, who has been
serving In the capacity ot Sunday
school superintendent ut Pleasant
Grpe "church for abiut eight years,
was unavoidably abbent last Sunday
morning, thla being the first time
since sho was elected to this office,
She, is also a llvo wlro in other phases
of church work and Is faithful at allj0l commission and bad to keep a force
I Mr. Logan Durk and wife spent Sun.
day with Mrs. Rufus Barnes of Dan
yllle. The churches at Forks of Dlx river
and ML Hebron have extended a un
animous call to Hor, Mahan, of Jel
llco, Twin. It Is not known yet
vhether he will accept tho call or not.
I 'J'he remnjus of Mrs, Margaret
Swope, who was buried in a private
burying ground 12 years ngo on tho
place1 now owned by Mrs. Iturke, were
taken up a few days ago nnd placed
husband. Dr. Ben
fairly good condition.
has Installed gns
Mrs. Salllo Pcnco
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At n recent meeting ot the Juvenile
Music Club, Miss Edna Darkle was
elected president and Miss Patll Belle
Eurk was chosen secretary.
TO BE DEDICATED
The Fairview Baptist church at
Hall's Cap will be dedicated Sunday
April 16ih. Dr. W. D. Powell. Cf
Louisville corresponding secretary or
Stat., .Mls'lons will preach the ser
inon at 2:30 P. M. Tho church will
be dodlcnted tree or debt. This makes
the second bulling erected bj. this
congregation In 5 years. The first
building was burned a few jreaie
apo. Much of the success ln the erec
tion of this house Is duo to the efforts
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MONEY TO LOAN.
On Uucoin county rurms. In aay
amount over $3,000 nato ot Interest
5 1-2 per cenL Term, 5 years, with
pm liege to pay alter one year. First
mortgage. If you are lu need of inonsy
will loon you up to 40 per cent of
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- va,uo 0I our '"na' rur ","u ""
i nV I list wM nf 1 1 or
tlculnrj write to O. B, 8wlnobroadttht. roa.l to a cure
' Attorney, lanooster, Ky. 25-lf ,i w.n n foot no:
HAVOC IN LINCOLN
BIG BARN BLOWN DOWN NEAR
CRAB ORCHARD AND OTHER
DAMAGE 18 DONE.
It blew great Buns nil over Lincoln
county Tuesday night, much, damage
being done by the terrific storm. A
uumtier of barns wcro blown down
and others lost their roofs uhllo the
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archs of the forest were uprooted dur
ing the night.
A pole upon which was strung the
wires of tho Stanford Water, Light
and Jce Company, gave way before
the strtvln of wind and rain about sev
en o'clock. It was near tho railroad
on the Danvillc pike, nnd in order to
to Ret tho wire's repaired nil tho
lights In town had' to be slmt off for
about an hour. Superintendent Krank
Rout with his clever assistant Neeley
Stonowero quickly, oil th Job, bowev.
or and soon had things righted.
It .Is .believed Wit tlie eale which
struck this section Is the tall end of
tliq hurricano which bad been raging
along the Cult coast states during the
previous twelve hours.
A small cyclone Is reported to havo
swept up tho Oreen. river valley In
tbo TVest End, blowing down a great
many trees and toppling over tee
plione poles. Tho liuitohvtire er
chango had a great many wires out
of men at work all Wednesday repair
ing the damage.
The roof of R. CITocker's barn van
torn off and the' root of Dr. Hugh
UId's residence was badly damaged
by the heavy wlndv
See' Jesse D. Wearen the Insurance
Man nnd keep your property protect
ed against cyclones and storms, as
well as flreH.
Tiny Tip So you didn't win any
prizes at tho dog show la3t week?
Big Bill Cwtsinly not: tbejr would
cot let me fight I I was tied 'ip (he
wfeole time. V-
Gcraaan r nlckc) silver is an alloy
of copper andxlnc with sufficient nickel
to Biake lt Mlilte.
JJtop in at Penny's Drug Store and
get a free sample of ZEMO and ZEMO
The surest nnd most economical
treatment for ecrema. pimples, dan
druff and nil diseases of the skin and
theicalp. Do not neglect thi
, . ,..,, riinf .ml nut vou nn
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