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The Stanfgi Interior Journal,
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V-MLUJiM.. XXXVIII. NO. 28.
EVKJIY TUMSAY AM FRIDAY.
BIG ST. JOHN'S DAY
TO DC HELD HERE JUNE 24, BY
MA80NB UNIFORMED DRILL
TEAM 16 COMING.
ftrniptUi rf Ike M
Tha grand Jury of Floyd countr, Ky.,
under the Inaplrlng leadership of
ComnionwcalU'a Attorney W. II. May
la showing what can be done to en
force the law egalnit rote aclllmr.
During the last three daye of the te-
Tlio six Mniionla lodgca of Llncol
lounty vrlll hold their Bnint JohnVccnt term of court they Indicted ovor
iln eclobrntion In Clarence TnteV two hundred voters. At Uin Jun0 term
woodland, ft half mile weat of Bum-'Uu probe will be continued If tho
lord, on Juno 21th. Tho unlfonne grand jury is or tno aarao minu aa toe
AT JUNCTION CIH'
WEDDINQ OP A. B. C. DINWIDDIH
AND MIB8 JENNIE HELM A
e.cort There will bo fully five hun-1 """" .,,,, m
. i i.. ii.. . mi.i, I.. i.tniin niovcront and It la to bo hoped It will
rfrcd Masons In lino, with brass iianoa
sweep over tho nation. Voto Rolling
Sai"reimrntlon will bo mndo for (our'" nu of " crlmcsVgalnst
. ' l " "... ... ..,.. r Ai.J liberty. Tho elective franchise l
lUIJllfciMJU rUUUlt M wm .. .W--W- --
THE HIST CAME
third while he wna getting It com
log homo the next Initant when HrlRlit
lot Voglettl'a aay grounder go through
hla less. The vlaltora couldn't get
nnothor over however for Corman
drove ono to Embry who got him easv.
TEAM FROM 6CHOOL FOR DEAFI It looked a trifle dangerous agnln In
(no nintn. Hereford rannea out hob-
DEFBATED BY 2 TO 1 IN FAST
The Stanford High School bnae ball
ltm got off In the lead for tho Rea
son with firing colors, annexing the
firat game played thlg year on the
local grounds Monday afternoon by
tho tight acore of 2 to 1 to which tune
-tho aarao aa the opener mat year
tho nine from the Kentucky Hohool
for the Doaf at Danville went down
All It II l'O
Junction City April 10.
Tha marriage- of Mr. A. 1). C. Diuwld
dlo and Mlaa Jonnlo D. Helm, daugh-
drill team from th0 Masonic Widows 'cotmnonwealth'e Attorney. Tho flno'ter of Mr. C. U. Holm, of this city wna
and Orphan. Homo at Ilav.lle will Pj&'iotonU.d at tho Chrl.Uan church in
be VTZeU.M?U. : n, 1. . nil0 daya. and .n.franchJ.ement. Judge tbl. place at 3 o'clock Wednesday af
iuiuii nuniM.,ii... " ,.i , ...... . ...i .hi.u. n ... xtm ,.f, :"
Horctnnd uniting tho couple In n The cloacneaa of the acoro kept the
beautiful ,nnd lmprcsalvo ceremony, conteat Interesting at all stages and
g inni on nnr nnhin nminin nnt nrr f-
the lead and kept their noses In front ' Penny c 3
throiJEho.lt thn entire) noulim uniim Bright 2b 2
1 ' '...' . -.'the foundation of froo government To the couple stood under n bell made of ragged mlanlnva at rrltlenl iinwn Hill cf :t
nlc dinner will bo aprc . ,,,,,,. ,hB nw , t0 BeU ., ubor. nowera lillc tho service wna being iBeotned llkelv to uneo their otherwise
three public aponkcra or state wide ty Qut frw niU,uUoni C0nI10l en. j d iyiou, to the ceremony MlB8lf'.cn8rfofr,f-, Only the most artlatlc
reputation will bo In nbumtenco. ,,, u corrupl baot Th(J ,Ilun wulo nurton n wlrt.n, of V c.Io y Kmbry ,,,,, cJ hla
nennrnl pilUHC Ol UU8 nnu U ..uju .. , b .. M yo,0 u ft y.,,. to nU . . . . -hnrmlncr tnnnnnr .ilamrnrn... Innkln hnl. Thl .,.;
.,.. ..Ill l.n Invll.wl fl llll ... . . - . ." . "" - '- " ;"i"h
Tho church was handsomely decorat
ed with flower nnd evergreens and
ton got four wldo on oh. OrndOTif alno
bucked but the od reliable Mcunler
sent a pretty single to center, but with
two men on Klkln'w popped to Colaman
who Juggled tho ball a few mlnutca,
and seemed on the verge of dropping
It before be finally got a strangle hold
on It and ended tb0 misery. The
tng countlea will bo Invited fo bo
country. He Imperils tho freedom of jh,,,, nlltn Kecno presided nt tho piano ' nrtlat performed tho phenomon
Ho la a public enemy. ln a very pleasing manner, playing. "' '"itfI?'nKJ''t n total of 7 of
.. uiiumuf, ri.rii( uiiu IIVIU l(4l,'UI
to onlj a quartet ol hits, doing some
ior huh time or tne year nnd the flret
"Ilutnoreskc'' by Dvorak and
Waters If 4
Dozler rf 4
McCarty lb 3
Singleton aa ::
FRIGBIE'S DRUG STORE SOLD OUT
LEAR R08E WEDDINQ AND
28 2 7 27 4
D. &. Institute All It II l'O A
.Munlcr er 4
Napier 3b 3
Klklns rf 3
Jasper p 3
Voglettl c 4
Corman 2b 4
llcrelord cf 4
game of th0 season. He hail spepd
nnd rontrol nnd kept the visitors wnn-
flnrlnf thrmii.hmit tVn Anllpn nnlnr,
Coach Ilohnnnon hns cone fine wor) : ili0,f,0n1?, ?
wltfi th local lada In the time that l0rnarff If 4
h. Iift hii.l Ja m.aI. taAK. K-l. KK.1 I
i. u.in uau lli VNUlv UJUUI, IU1I1 Uliil
told weather interfered greatly withr
present It will bo the biggest gaUi.iovcry, c,Uzcn
erK and the t.iggon foiei.ruiiou 'r c , nn outIaW( ft crlmali nDd di- fr8t
luld In thl Jari or tno siaie. ! tho extreme nenaltr of the law. ..iinPf. nn.i vinu,.r.
tAII honor to W. II. May who U K-adj Tho brldo entered the church on the
A GOOD NEWS ITEM lng this light In Kentucky, lot every 'nrm 0f her brother. Mr. Marcus Holm.
Icotiiruonwoalth'a nttornoy In the stato of Danville, while tho groom was sup-
... ... , JS.nlnv'10"0' BU,t r'Dj vyety clrcult JuJb'0. ported by tho arm of lila best man, Mr.
We will tmve on display , mck thM mU wh M tlw pow(!r of'S)nfne ,)ryft Tho two mct nt lhp
beginning Wedneaday morn-! their high oflco. Th enforcement of nltar where the ceremony was por
ini? eventVfivc new Silk nnd lnw iB the onl aaloguard to life, I formed. Misa Martlia Lewie, of lira
iir l r r"W liberty or property. If this great wit, fordsvllle. was ring bearer, carrying
Wash Urease. lYve are now , m, CU.cilCu' the fre ntitutions th... rim. nn th nist h,. kh u ..
occiinvinir our new Suit Room will soon be a thing of the put It the minister, who. In turn, gave It to ?"" ,li'h 3" Lr13!!!!!!.!7 ",V.J.arr ..1!: ?!J
rA vnu will nDDrccintc Uie ''eh00 eTr' Patriot to throw the the groom, he placing It on tho finger show in town. The fence around thetstolen bases Water's. Dozler. Colv
.. j .
31 1 4 24
Lancaster, April 10th.
John Button ngod about 68 years a
former Lancaster citizen and related
to quite a number ln town nnd coun
try died at Crab Orehnnl nrtnr n ....
oral decline. He waa a Confederate
veteran of the David Logan command
ing, ine remains were brought tn
uuivuaior wcanosuay nnd Intcred
ln tho Ijincnster cemetery, o wa a
brother of Mrs. Belle Austin nf lh
a .city at ono time n very wealthy man.
1 v " Marr w",ker Prtce Chnpter of
, tho IT. I). C. mot Monday af tornnnn
j j at the hospitable home of Mrs. M. c.
"tu"; " j.fiiiiBioa avenue. An in
tereatJiig program was arranged bv
Mesdamea ired P. Friabto and John M
Elder P. M. Tinder bought a good
pair of work mules or LeP Itikcr. or
Harrodsburg. 1'rico private Clinr.
ley Dean of Mnrkahury bought a pair
of mules of John Marseo for SI2B.
Mrs. D M. Lickey Has been 111 ror
several days of ncuto inelippRtinn nn.
o'comparled by grip
, Hev. nnd Mrs. (' C. Drawn go to
1 Mt. ernon this week to bo In nttenrt.
) on,uCO at tho Transylvania Presbyterr
,"". rien i'. rnsDie win attend as a
o XUeIeP,t,5 to the Presbyterian Milssion-
.w dvi;1j niiicu uii-fis m connection
'uftth n.n.i... . .. ...
. k-dijici m mo same
;nojr pracuco. Anotncr wccks nard 'wltth the
work Ehould make them look like a dif horned runs Stanford 1. Two base i place, from the 11th to the 13th
"". il... ) HUB -milKll'lM". l.ll UIl UUBWkJlUU"
big crowd was out to aee the i lord i: D. & D 10. Struck out by
cleanliness nnu comiori or tnli Kr,.nl t.Tn
this new annex. Come and
see whether you wish to buy
wholo weight of hla Influence agulnst of the bride.
J. J. DICKICY.
SEVERANCE & SON.
List of Attendaats
Mrs Uary Anderson nged 07 aratMag t;atewrod McAfee, of I.
IIA .... .H.t .lll ..! .A .I.-.... ..
w'u f.iiiicf iiu nui iicili iij urjjiij luu
cost of bringing the coach here and
outfitting the the club..
Capt. Meunler has a mighty fact !
Hright 1. Hit by pitcher by Lmbry
Illbs Helm wore antPnrl bas proven a gTcat blesBlng andnnan 2; Singleton, Penny 3, Mcunler,
cmulre cown. of mnrnulsctio over lne fecoipts rar exceed tne expenses or . Klklns, Jasper 2 Sacrifice hits
white liberty sntln. Her going away
cown was of grey cloth. The groom
was attired In conventional black
bunch of players on hla club this aea i
and four daya. died Thursday at heruntri acted ig mnl(1 of honop to o, '" ra,nd1Ithe,'L P "? J. ";. Mis, Mabel McClure who is attend
!homi near Ottcnhoim, after a long brde aml Mr Dftlne VrJC of d a lho h'omo boyE RQt JnU) U)e ,,, ing Bch0ol at Richmond. Ky., has becn)SUOd wishes
lliM'Mt or hivart trounio ana otner comlforjg?nic w8g eBl man , tne Kroom.'at ohcc licfore Hmhry settled down 'heme on a short visit. I Slisses Delia Tindor and Mary hi-
plications. Bfk) la survived by her huai Mr Olo ceri.mon Ule urldai pair;p b's knitting he had passed Meunler f Several people from hr0 attended more have completed their course at
onnu. uaniei rtnaemou. nnu six can- tlX)k a carraM to Danville. where,u ,j" to jllll Fmbr smashed I '! the wedding of Mr. Will Dinwiddle tno State Normal School at Klchmoml
FOR O'REAR SAUFLUY WEDDING drren. all grown. They are Mrs. Nan tner tooc the Q u c tnin for cncn k)I)g ,n ntia'and Mcunler went 'to at Junction City. (Ky- Both young ladles arc now readv
IN FRANKFORT f"ii- i.i ritroiui, oi near line uime, n Mat. After remaining In that clt for'ecomi nnd promptly plirered mird, Mr. Ben Grlshcm died at his home w pursue their cnosen vacation
Mttrrled nt the residence of tho
bride'a parents Jlr nnd Mrs. Win.
Ixiar thne miles north or this cliy
their attractive daugater Miss Sue
Annn Lenr to Dr. H. C. Hose of Dry
antsilIo en Wednesday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock. The wedding ws a
quiet one only the immediate family
witnessing the ceremony wbich waa
performed by the pastor, Kldor P. M.
Tinder. Th0 hnppy young couple Iert
t once for Loulsvilln and nlhor nnnih.
tern points accompanied by a host of
11 an Anderson, or near l.vnnwooa. j... ..- m . ... ui..i tne uouoie steal name worxea uv uim- ... . , ..... -..,.-,. ... iMi.i,in.
M Mrs. Aumst Hanols. of near Preach ..- .j .- t ,. ... lf and Solkina. Here Kmbry tighten, "".s .mu""U5 . ., , ,.. . ,,.u .,
Party ' ... , i. , ' v'"7' uu B" " """"-'"k ',cd up however. With only ono outlurlsncm was Teniy oua years oiu. ..wftuCH omucuruuu soia
rly. elSVllIe. JITS. hrances TUmbUll, or l,,,l,t1,nrn rnrmorlv ru.-nnlo.1 h Mr '..nrf . ,. . I.--.. i. .'.-.. .. ... i . i. . a-.ii e.l.. it 1 JYlRblo hla ofnt nt .1.....
I.i lh y .... .. ... . .....-., .w....w.., ww....v wrf .. ..mu inu uic jh u.n un lauucu J, la- J JIO lUUtlHI IUUIV UIUV.Q AlilM V1.JI .w.-- .w . uiuft,
111 L41C ...... nlfln tin. .. II Mi KT lfl,l(m. .. -. . . - . ... ...a.a.. a. !. ..
A.-ilC-. . WK.nUl.lU... .1. IB ... II. .(.. Innir Ifna. -.InnO ..Mnr.ann.A nm. I.e.. IUtr HUH .nriPTII rnillll Dni fl,. I.n r.AT . .. . . f. f ... . i DTfU-IT n. innM..w n. J
. i.B . ..... .j iwv. -"--i '""" " - '" -" -" ,7 .. A. -u, lie was ounea in iuo .uore- - j.-.v...j mm sum a
. ,ner xjtQUT reea. ana vnuer Anoor flli nr-.-ntu wrn pU-m. th hrld ..V "iaa PI "P '"U" "y m-'i.-j . Tho sain vna mnrtn t n v
Unn. . '-I n- . .. , . . , .,h h. n,l.. .,..,."" I.OU1UTOJ. . "
" aon, or llengeuiie. l wenii-hevcn
Tin, r'rankfo't News Journal
O'Rear Saufley Wedding
imitutlona hav been lnsued
uaat wwk for tho raatriag
Helen O'ltear to Knalgn Caawell
fley 0 S. N., which will Uihe place Rrandchlldren nnd
Tho church waa crowded with friends ,.i,i ' p insi priiav evnnlntr Mr. Weddle en. erte and Son. Morrow and McRnhnrm
prnt.PRinil -. .. .. ... . '..'.. I I. w. . -
..r ...- PI oom parues. mo usnors woro, u took on Inning for our boys in tortalned a number of his friends. aaa J- - atormes. Mcuoborts &
on the lh or April. f ' -Xe of th. Chflitaln MtM' U" llld- ,,U8loallle' M-rr"' 0' tbe tint H l"e" "P Those present were as follows: Mlsita , Son Wt the soda fountain and JIxture
It will he a pretty church weddlnr bhe was a member of the Chrlatnln McCollum. J. M. Perkins and I-a- " VhQ lft" ofMlh ""t whirred three v 'jIcRoberts and Morrow tho Jewelry
.. ,h. vmhndUtt church will bo thu Church; and her ne gbbora with onu Inb, , ,hl ,. i times each. McCarty waited out nnd aa' ubck. l. "aCK. aaie taus, ' jeweiry
and the MethodlBtt cnurca wm uo h nelahbor WOnt Ifank,a of thls pIace- got a free pasa to first but died mJulia Kada. Bertha Eads, Ellen Bade, aDd cut-gluas nnd J. E. Stormea tho
acene of the affair J L and wiU.ngo v .Ithc1 Vtvle tnm a dl8tanC wU at' c)Ieraan'B easy Rroundcr to the e:""" Iw Floyd. Annie Floyd. Mlnclla: tures.
Mm. I.mlse HaaVell. Jr.. of Mem-alwaya ready and w ling to visit th. W01(J an(J who glopp0l, I place. j , ' . Q B v. A. Lear bought r.2 hoga of J. E
.,hla. Tenn.. and Mr.. Robert U Cole- tick ,. Iler death Is dep ored andnhe Mn 0 A I)unn w M BI1(J,.r the visitors Carman led off In J??? Hammond at C15 9 of W (, na ,.7
ii . hjuii .i.i.ni. . .ii i.iui... i . iiim .i.riinri ..ir. nn....r.........i.p..j. ... v.. . . . . . ....a a. a.aaaaia..a.aaaij. aia.ii'. - - . .- .a., v.
a-.w uvvuh. "..1 1. iJVUllllCl iv.ui ,a."
Mrs. Marcus Helm, of Danvlllo;
tcrvicea by llro. Jumcs
. ... o. n ..ill ti.i It... mn. "
man. oi .n. oir,..... c- ..nl.lg wefc nu , n.gl ... th(, ,,,,.,.
trona or nnnor tUt church yard
Ml. Mnrsaret liullltt. or mi.
Stone Oap. Va.. la to be th
honor Tho bridesmaids
elude MIm Margaret McChord
Ixulsvllle and Waahlngtnn- Misa , . ?, ha ,, , , . ... ,.,..,, nnd wife. Harrodsburrg. E. P. (iirpcu- the last or the second when he pot
ond bas way out of reach of Hrleht Hicks. Rocer Hicks. Ernest Ford. ul -u' m wn- Doolln at ?C10, 10
at Ephosus. arter "tid 1'ra John Dinwiddle, Hustoinllle, who was playing In toward rirst. Ar- James Hall, Den Prultt, Harry Noal of w R' Cook at 6-10, 13 of Denny
i....... nun... n.i Mr. Don V. Dryo nnd wife. Mrs. K. C. ler that tbero was nothing mora do- , ,, ..., ..',,. ' ' Droa.. nt C.IO.
e maid of j 0 McWhortor April 2nd was hernia and daughter. Miss Myrtle Duye nS Jn'ortS? Kmbry "in" tS Mr Prudence Shoemaker Is visit ' lJaW80n and Drown bol'Sht 35 hogs
wl" '"' Hrthda,. nnd nil or her culldren were nrndfordsvillc; 'Ml89 Mrtlo Dryu last tW0i For our noble lads, smgle- ing friends ln Harrodsburg. or L. K. Perkins at 6 cenU 10 of Sam
:Chord. of ,,rrilcnt cxc.utlng two. Her huubauJ Uradrordsvllle; Mr L. C. Illakemnn ton sUrted to break up the game in j Ramsey, nt 6 cents. 8 of T. d Itankln,
at C cents nil of which they shipped
Monday to Cincinnati market.
Capt. A. M. Bourne and brother, Ed
a miv XIIU ID . iiiir in I'll in iiii; iHitiiu iiwiiri- .-- .. . -
Cornelia Gordon Mlaa Mary nelle fc ,.. , f , ,,, , ,,r and wire. Moreland.: Mra. Jamc i?,0""? "na CJTv! lirl
HnbKor. nnd MUa Virginia Nunn. where ho waa borne. Ho will now Depp nnd duughter. Huatonvlllo, .Mlsj however put tho blink aon that Inn'np Tho Theatorium wilt open under
The ribbon girls nrc tu" n(. nia make his homo amongst his chlldrrei. uatewood JlrAreo, Lincoln county for us Embry turned the trick an the few management Saturday April 15th "old 400 barrels of corn to Banks Hud
Harel O'ltear, Uter of tho bride: jBa, Fannie Carpenter iaited Mrh Messrrs. Blalno Drc and Leslie Held, enemy In the first of tbe thlM, whenl-to the thcatro going public of Stan-' son of Danvlllo at 2.5n.
'la Jennie Karrla Italley. MUa Bllon Vbn ti. Thompson. ' liradlordavllle. smkt-omL t'ith one out in'the'Third forU' Wo naVe mado a sPecial con Wr- J' F' Ilolt2Cllw and family will
ShanMln. of Mayavllle; Misa Sollle .Mi Hre Illgnito went fishing' .Waters drove a clean one to right tract with our miners for absolutely movo to the residence of Elder F. M.
Hoover, of Nlcholnavllle. Mlaa Sal- aIUi u irowd laat week and cough FOR SALE PRIVATELY! fctole becond on the next pitch and Hret run film. Positively no old Tinder on Water street.
He P."g'e, MIsh Virginia Hogo. Mlaa u.t fttit! It lb not known wlmt, bad third safelv tucked nwoy In his MOrn out guuject8 wl)1 be nin hert, Judge Lewis L. Walker Is ln Frank-
hliwhetli Simpson and Mlaa Marguor- ho said but no doubt It wni, something On nrcount or an excess or business 0V(,r the bag and w-ns lagged out be- thllt ,lavo Previously been shown. Our fort this week holding court In tho
Ito Slmt""1". f Lexington
Mr R-iuflev will have as
V. hlle at the sale u
1 desire to veil my mill at .McKlnney. loro he coum cet hack. N'othlne more nnchino is tho latest improved fire nbsenco of Judge Stout who Is In
f W. It Dllllon Ky. It has u capacity oi Ju barrels or stirring that Inning. proof machine on tho market. Wo In- Florida rectipertating.
Dr. William Burnett, ono of Lancis
Irndnnt Marshall Collins, of Rich- no heard heverul of thv frlonda of Mr. flour per da); machinery In good con ,,u,tu two ol" . ln tne rotirtn, aiinrc Vte ti,e rty council or any ono elce
mpiiil, Kv, n the be man; M. I P. h. Parrlali Miy they hoped ho could dltiim. Situated on the Q. A: C. load ami lowhn 'of (.nrl'.m.lg hot 'Kr0under, ju' t0 ln8Ptct ur machine. Alter belug ter's popular physicians haa returned
Carroll, or Louisiana, 0 L Kirk, of to Induce to makd tho race for Jailer dntwB pntronagp from CaBey nnd nth threw n trifle wide to first, pulling Mo '' tho picturo business tor eight jears fro,n Louisville having been called
'exerlny. N J.. IMld C. Patterson, ot Air. P. Is :t mighty nlc gentleman, r.n or conntlo. good turnpikes lead to it Carty off the pillow, and Carman was we know tho requirements of the pub- there by tho critical illness or hla
linha. Neb., aa groomsmen, nil be- excellent neighbor, nnu would ie . nnd la In the heart or a line wheat J"j KHo) H'r)H't'. ' uVr ',h n t In "l'' Notw,,P wl" ,,e shown that will oldest brother Mr. (Jrundy Burnett,
tig Enal-ina ln tho U. S. Nny, and hard eandlilato to boot If he snuuM halt. For further paitrlculars write oa)j'anjnfannPJJlliieroford " "' ,linr tlle ,ivs,e of tne n,ost rellncd Ur- Burnett taya there is no chancy
claxsniRtiM of the groom-to-be.
enter tno rci. Hr haa been a real- or teo J. S. .Murph), McKlnney, Ky.
Thi list of ushers haa not been com uenl ot thin cinrtmunlty over allien Uvj
Stanfoid made her tlret score In the We cater especially to the ladles and Ior ms brotner to tecover
fourth Md'artv waa out on onav , children. We must and will have or- thlnl.b him fatally ill.
. ... UTTDDI T- ' I.IIUIIIlHr III St-L'UIlIl. l.lll 1. ..'l.'I.IUIl ,11 ..... r. . . a a . 'I-ln. Hm.n'a ,...l. ...II la...A . rl..
pleted as yet. writer can (wnomoor. nuoDbu a hot on to first which Itossnn film uwire open ni i opiock sriow at "' "" b v-iuu nm u-j nnu
Tho colore for tho wedding nro to .Mr Hsim Wmorq U- roturt-ad bled, and' the big hoy wna sate. lie 7:3- Trices adullH 10 children fie. exhibition of palntliiRa by some of
-l e gold and blue tho .Navy colore- hmiiw anik jife .tnJmj frlandK ar - T,,Br ' "1rablP dlasntlafactlon ,irompUj. burglarized the no.t two Kentucky's Hno nrtlats.
md tbe Broanwroen will wiwr their glad to Mo him' hack Kgt.li.. 'i,n oi'n l the change In tlw atnt'ons. and loped homo eaally when HOLDAM'S MILL . Misa Ethel Hilton or Stanford, vis-
,..,,..,LD .,.. nirnr..,s. l.v. It. M.t.m .ie.i,,. lii rot from Untntlrr to DnuvtlM enny an.aahed outa siaaer ove, the joo 5 ,?l'raoIn,h?M. .1n"nt . ul ed hor sister Mrs. Suaio Ullton. Mrs.
o...-, .1.11.1,1 r..l .nnlnrtalnmenla aood inrnain.' S.lnd.lv Mnnl.nr II.-' "r only one mall each '"? " '"?' " 17, , ,,i verv III. R,nmln.l. .i n Z ' J- W. Bow land and llttledaughl
me to bo given for Mlaa OTloar nnd Anderaon cirnelltu? wna in tho pulpi. day hwlde all th(. mall by way of Iten nfflp ,,rnni.B on thiril hlinsolf when bruise on Its arm. When examined by Don,tnr of Lexington hao been via
her bridal party, prior to tho wed- In the mniii? flood sermons. .1Ile wll bo a day late. llrlght shot one nt Munler who aol.hl Dr Uradford Warren, an avonwe ,tlus JIr' auJ Mr3' Steptlen WnIUor
ding. Mr and .-Wll.lan, Ma.mn .nd' ' ' " " "ft a "with'iwo out in the fifth. - need.o waa found cimp.oto.y hid ZlT'lT tT', '
Kev and iln. Brmim:t or Lnnoaater 'e0 Jiut it did him no ood ror Kmbry Uen from vlow. Attor somo nice .ork iono" ,ort alondaj to Msit hor son
n.-iticf op nissni UTiniMt v ere here Sundan ' . I A- u- nkln aud larria FltniatrlcK Chirred Napier, and our lnda went out it waa extracted. Itobcrt Powoll nnd wife ut Oakland
Doing unnblo to glo proper niton
turn to tho Urug luialneai I Imvo hold
my In tor oat in the Now Stnnlord Dr.ig
Co., In J. W. llrynnt a registered phnr
u.uclat, well known to Stanford poo
plo Ho unci P. W. Wlilpp my former
Local Firm o Continue
I'eilh. rVllls eitv hns Jiui
wont up o Crab Orchard Snturduy to n straight order In thulr half of the w ,, ,v . ... . , . Oregon. Miss Mnmo Lee Ballard Is
lotnedouT tJ,6lr "ml08 thHr ,WV" Wth K.k.n and Jn.per down. Vo,- Wtso, nnd Miss Qu.nt.l.a Smith. 8.i. 'loa' aft". "JV i' T"'
Mlaa vL K-iikln la vialllng lela- ''tl bv irprilnB Colaumn nnd quito handsome. wr0 united in J 5"3fc f,kM r . "n-
MIsh Aico Kaikin la usuint, lem , ,f,4 R ,, Mvo t,(), lf. , , . e Mrs. Mottle V Krlsblp returned Sat-
lives in thla nolghborhood. ft through his luinaa as if it was 'Z 1V I , u- w n," ,,.,,, urday from n visit with Mr. and Mm.
Mlaa .Mary Han Wn la at homo Iron mlKhty hot Carman singled to leit 5g."1' "y '" u- " 'roi.Mr. w ,, , r Danvlllo Mr A. K
Richmond to be with tho homeTolka and sent Carman to second but agair a bustling )oung larmer and J Wade Walker have"
..... Kinbr.. tlaluened the worKa and bore Is to bo concrstulated on wiimlnir "ulher unu Bon J- "nuo -Kr ntn
t.aitnr w411 fontliiuo tho buslneaa at . i..i - .!!' nlrnliv fhefr will i'in a ,QW "a8, fore battel the wind thrice, nilltif iw,i.. ,. t.,i,i w.. j.i,t ... ,t. t-con In lholbyvlllc laltlng Mr. Kd
the hiimo old auml. 'llianklng the p, umm to I e a,Arti.yjftlO thP well Nannl . Hloai came homo from n r()liml daughter Mr and Mrs J i. Bniiui Wa,kcr nnU w,r' M,8B "rrle mM
m-i.ir lh.ir ut.i.n.1 mtrmia.o ami ak ''"OA'ti iemoyfir JJcnia naudruf,' Byrea Collego laat woek to stay a Doslei wl . had fanned, twice. 'nW ' " , T , , . . ,,' . . cr. of Atlanta, Gn., Is visiting hor broth
pie lair Ue liberal patronage nil ask .?bu,n .iril scaI , d , Uottn benutlinl bunt along th tbh Mr. L. Albright, of llouland w., "' ,":.,a Vlndor and Mar KI
inn them to continue same with the Tm. MtM& '4oap bat thla' e... , ,Ioan LouHh. a yiaMlid "'' ne, wh.n ho ca.ne to bat tbr Mating UU father. .Mr. Uriah Albilght 0rS' M'f Do la llndor and BIary "'
new nrm whore they will nlftaya ro icIimi-i IhulA ejMnlatfetniont for "' S,on11I, """r, " , ' tile sixth, and beat it out He b u b ,., b t , b raoro attended tho roeoptlon given HI
celie oourteoua and anrof.il n.lontlon. Mn ar.cUb&rf tSlnto public mare f,on, William Robinson at a slolo 8PCOm, without tnmblo. but pan- JJ n"8 "nJ clV U nui.e .'. "lcnmoni1 la8t to. lror- "
I renuo-t M early settlement r ... Z&$& ana a-oXl failed .. chalk In their Mra Alice ltTcedfVZ.e , Z f d 'T 1 f
.i.im thf. old ruin, a.t iicraiiniH snd :...,."r.i .... . . .....-ilS i. i.i...: . . Vrs- L.ucy bpoonamoro ana daumuor e Mw,n.. .,i smnfont-ifai. . ..... ..-.. , ., .. former teachers in the Itlchmond'Nor
-,.- ...-- ,,,.,,. ,t llU..,7u .1 -,.lll.O.Jlf ..U....IU.I ... 1 , UnlllM Hlltlntl Willi a. V ii ... " 6""!l Ul ...l. UIIU .11 1 O. J. 1'. IIIWHIIlll
bo01 towiid at tho drug store W. II. tho fine stock ol rom.'dial agents ohm-".1'1' nna ,"r8; hamu .,llU0n ,u nered one more.; Penny lead off with M . Urniurtl ,,.. Mttili .!.,
(viiktiiuin aK.X Hied by Penny'a Dfug fetore hae been sick for som0 time are im-la hard ono against tho echool house ' f" 7,n" . ' 'J , . , . ..
0VM"M'"' . 38X .Thiy haven limited supply of s.m- proving stuno. , Hi right field Stealing second waa vlillod Mrs. AlbrlgUt. Mlbb Bird Ura-
j ho n hm consld- a8-- "fK"1 ?ft1"lrl,i',a lo ,1,lri1 "m! lmm Is V81K Mra. It. L. Albright at
, MONETOLOAN. a nn)- .kl Bllfft.ror vsho wishes to I ' " " ,H,r.i.ii .ho onmo In on Hill's drive over second nowtand.
... ri t ..k.l t ... ! .. . . l. -' ...n.l ' a. . m.i. I. tiw. A l UUIU uwiuahw as nt.u. ...... .v - I 1 1 1 1 una flirflWIl I1I1I irVlIllT 111 HLfNll
Jll Ul Ileum mil in "i nin, hi nnj i utiuui v - n e-,aiM j . .... -- ---- .-...., -- -
ftnn nnin f i.irM.HlK)okldt "How To Preiervo Tlw Skin," barn roofs. iBecond hewevur. Kmbry got a Kilt
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h vnri ith W.IU aiw uv fc,,v" " ",w" .".v. t
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mal. Mre. JW. Acey, Mrs. Delia
Hughes Arnold was the we ok end
guest ot ber parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm
Will, 'll.tmipgoii la ereitlBK a uew
B 1 2 per cent Term, 5 years,
privilege to Kiy after ono year. Hret
mortgage- If ou nru In need of inonoy
will loan' ou up to 40 por cont of the
value or your land. For further par
iumoratloii ot children In or.; "1 buUd a .
b district shows 8T whlto children !,l0lHr,'g !.', relaying caught . M(mt)hf0 M Ila(. B ,mi,
IITa-v -.. K- .1 Aim mtfn ni?iAAV
"Oh. ,yaa. nhvayasmt least I do."-l'or ' ..l"usf
tlciilartwrltfi to 0. n. Swlnobroad oievelaud J'lalu Dealer. t,rgK. iy.
land. a7 foisalea,
I Pure strain Light IJrouma ogga J1.00
for li. Dale 11. WIthotB uunerfa
him at tbe plato. nwiw "himo hw unu u win aiiei
Tho vlaltora' only coro was a gift l,t a8?'-..,.. . , . . . . .
to them in tho elghk Napier nnd J-jr?L!SL,,.,;..i
"Did you ovef havo a cold." Inquire
the plain citizen, "that you couldn't got
"No," answered tbQ,purIbt. "If I had
1 v ould Imvo It now' '
Thus the coolness arose. WasUlnp
ton Herald. ."'..
Attorney, Lanca'ater, Ky.