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The Stanford Interior Journal.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FHIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911.
EVERY TUB8AV AttD FRIBAY.
VOLUMC XXXVIII. NO. 29.
hi ability to adapt tils verso nrnl song,
to lit any occasion, or and mood or
hid llstenors. In addition to tholr o
cl work Ihoy will perforin wltU vio
lins and cello.
! Kor versatility The Musical Favor.
Ilea, nmilhor number on this forth
.coming course, havo low equal. Tlif'
Yhe classiest course of entertainers will play upon tlm saxaphonc. xyio
eer brought to Stanford has just been phone, piano, violin, cello, three ban.
w.nr-i (..Mh.rinr fnii nmi viinter I ios and three mandolins, while Mr,
reason by the Stanford Lyceum Club' Arthur Lov0 still further varies tho , chwcb, ,ch was destroyed
. . isirii niin uih i hiii in h iiiiu niKiuiKni
wi icn tins jusi neeii organixeu iieir ..p,i... - - --- 'by fire over a year aeo:
CHAMP CLARK TO
SPEAK IN STANFORD1
SPLENDID COURSE OF FIVE NUM-
UEH3 SECURED OY LOCAL
Dedicatory Service INTERURBAN LINE
IK THIS COUNTS
TO BE HELD SUNDAY AFTERNOON
AT FAIRVIEW CHURCH
The dedication services or tho Fair
view Ilaptlst church at Hall's Uapwii.
bo hold Sunday afternoon, with a Har
mon In tho afternoon by Kcv. Powell
Tho following Is a list of the gener
ous contrlniunrs to tno lunn i re
, VETERAN ENQINEER QOE3 OUT
j ON HIS LAST RUN
'JOHN M. FARRA OF LANCASTER Tom Hurley, ono of tho best known
l.v URM J W Ir.litn.l. IIVH foster iTDo company cuiiijinn.-n i.m. ,,..,,..
Welch Rochester, nnd Stielton Haullcy Arthur l.ove, Lena I.. Loic. George L.
A program of flu- numbers will bo'McNomry nnd Nlnn McNomry. Mr.
Bhen. at Intervals of . month apart.' 1-ove tor ers gave an entire oo
the star nttructlon of which will Im n log's program himself In vocal unil
lrcn.ro by Hon. Champ Hark. Speak Instrumental music nnd humorous se
er or the National House ol Itepreseli lectlous, many of hem belli his own
tntives dtul one of the foremost Amorl composition.
ai. ststeMtioii of today. The other Tbe Orchestral Entertainers,
i.i.mbets are Iteno. the grts.i nmglclan The Orchestral Kntertnlnors aro
unil tl,ree muslenl ov.mls which are anothor versntllo company on this pro
.1 the hUhMl claw Sw.aon ticket 'grnm. This company Is composed of
... it... ...,iip.. rit.pi mu.ii.ori.. iiipluiiiiii! four young Indies. Tho instruments
I'limnp (Mark nr to be sold at 2 each, vlilth tie an. to use are Tho cor-,
which iimkoa the price ol admission 'net flute, violin, cello nnd piano. Their
.m-rase only 40 cents per performance progrnm consist,, or Instrumental hi
l.oweier an admission ree or $1 will los. duets and orchestral numbers and
Ik rhurged to the Champ Clark on ensemble oeal music Is rendered In,
K-rtalnment to those who do not buy conjunction with the orchestral iiiim-j
reason tickets. Holders of season tick- bors. Humorous reading and whist-.
ets will i given the privilege or hm "IS Ios are nlMi feniures of the'
iiii( their seHls reserved for nil fltti evening.
ol ptirchaBe, if
J. K. Cosby 10
.1. II. Carter H
Mrs. K. Davis ...m ft
James Carter, Jr G
It. It. Noel .
DbQINS D006TING FOR A
'and most popular engineers on tho L.
& N died ot a hospital in Louisville
Wednesday after a short Illness of
V. II. Porch, of Somerset, Is at '
(.olden Dawa Springs. Cnpt. Thos. I
Hutchinson Is boarding with M. (1. 1
Jones. William Murphy, of McKIn- CENSU3 BUREAU GIVES OFFICIAL
iiey spent sovcrai days with his sis
ter Mrs. McD. Foglc. Will Jones sou
of Q. It. Jones will start Saturday to
Broad Hippie, lnd., where ho has se-
FIGURES ON POPULATION
OF SMALL TOWNS
Stanford has a population of 1,5.52,
At least, thats what 't'nele Sam's
Istorrnch trouble. Tho rrmnlns pass-; .,, ,,,
(W. P. Walton in Lexington Herald j cd thr0UBn, ncrc Thursday morning I Tno ' . ,,, , .
.r. jimn i. n.rru ui i-u-i' ......cu iuuio iu .uuiuuu, ..-.., iu '"ihavo posted notices of anotbrr elec- census bureau says, and It ought yi
him done a treat deal to bruit; sis , termont took place this afternoon. ,un tQ bo hel, Satur,iay on thC ,onil know. At that, Ijowover. Stanford
town nnd section Into the prominence Englneor I,ur,ey ,Ived ,n stanrord for proposition. This will makc tho third has 26 moro population Mian Un
.. p. . , v..r,inv i.,i y VeaS, When b0 rn" " th " tn,c this question has been submit- caster, which compensate., some for
'..:.!.: M . ml.IT TYJZ Vis,n nf th '- & N- n,", known!tcd and tho opposition seems to be as the Ignominy ot learning that this
""- """'" "' ",v " " ' 'M """ anil HKea iy ooryonc. lie marncu ,,,....,. no nvtt. ., . , i..,.,. beautiful llttl buri: Is not above tho
w.v.u....wU a -.w. ......' . ..v ... , w "
rr ........ u ... ......... .kl.l. i . iuiaiuiura 3 v,;i uwi v 10 uin. I
r . i, Trii .i..,7. ..-' MIM mww. a ",cco 0l aQC" hopo of the proposition carrying now.'l'.COO nunrk, wnieli many thought
Is to take over nil tho street eat nnd w. h. McCarty and Is survived bv her ,., -.,,, ' .. , . K ,volli(. ,ln ,hn fleurn nfter the tutu
... ..,..V ,,.U.U.UV., W .. ...M. V...V,, -
as both sides have lined up nnd arc censuB.
John Dun.iwny 2.80
Mm Wllholt 2.80
Jas. Reynolds . . . .' 60
J. I). Sttopc 1
It. I.. Davison 1
Fish & Pennington .... 1
John Menefee 2.80
Kobt. (..nines "
J. D I&ids I
1). M. Anderson 1
Interurbnn lines In this section, ln'aD( threo cliildren
older to lay before them the nil ant j i.-or Scvoral years lately ho had been
ages that would weenie both to tlm running on the jmssonger train from
company und to tho s.'ctiun which i Louisville to (Ireensburg, nnd ho was
would be served by extending the In ,jURt ns popular on thnt division us
tormban line from NlcholnsilIe to ho had been on this. A great many
Lanunster and ultimate!) to Stanford rrlends hero will mourn tnat good old
'nnd Danville. ,1'om Hurley Is no more
I The loml Is already completed to ,
jXIcholHKVlllc, nnd tho distance lioml q . . 1 1 u
thero to Lancaster lb some twentv-two' OpnilgllGIU 111311
I miles tlinmuli n country ns rich as any '
!ln the stale. True tho KeiitucK) ' COME3 HERE TO SELL TOBACCO
ready for business. rlio United States census bureau
Tho Sunday School Union of the Eavo out th0 figures on nmo or tut,
South Kentucky Association will be 'smaller Kentucky cities tl ., week In
held at tho Baptist church hero on 'eluding Stanrord, which are as fo!
April 29, to 30.
Whooping cough is worrying some
of the Httlo folks hero about.
A meeting or the graded school pen 'iincaster l.JOr
plo was held at the college Monda) llJiwrenceburg 1,72!
night to deUo means or promoting Lebanon '.1,077
tho interest or the bond nuestlon to b-i ' Lebanon Junction 80,
hi. mix rn si the time
they so desire.
Th loenl lo'ceiim Club Iihs contract
d for with the lldpilh l-yceuni llu
leau ror those high-class' numbers.
1'rons and pulpit throughout the coun
try testify to Uio turrit of the courses
Mr. John 8. Smith th.) elliclnt oxer
soor or the oouuty tond up (!reu rUir
valley Ironi Plnellck Creek Is diMm'
Uio best of road rolr.ng that has
S. M llnughman
W. O. Watts
Ilarvcv Helm ..
Jihor would hae to lie crossed, but
those who have traveled the pike down
the gentle decllno tolherU on thin
TO W. P. KINCAID
oied on hero Saturday.
John Coulter sold to Land & Lutes
23 head or mixed cattle nt from I 1-2
W. I. Kincnid this week bouclit tho
:,de:..l recall how easy venlc'lesii.obacco crop or K Dunagan. of th.,8 J J to
.. . iit,,.im.. ..it-n ,i mi .i..t-i.... nr , a nice ouncn or Mioais HI 'J !.
over it. wniio on me oinei bhib ib ..., ... .... ....uou -.
.imvldrd by this iMMirtHtloii, s that ( (,U) Wwl ,,,, o tlH
Uih people of Stanford, Lincoln count)
Slid this suctiiHi ot tint state may fet
.ihoiired that they will hae th ery
nfci entertainers provided Tor them
Vlrendy n large number of season tkk
county In ten years. He deeres toj
be county road su)erlor thon wo
would suro have good rmds.
Iite news Irom th,. South Is that
niir Smitlinaw twiner .miiioii .il-
.ii. i.r. Itiif- l.fwit... Iiv lhf m. mh.trB
"" "- " "" ' Cormaek of the Sonlii Atlantic laiiRue
of the local club, and an actlvo can .... n ... ,,.. ock antl
tho entlic l.eaguo is wild over his
tags wilt soon be Inaugurated.
If etor a man was equipped tor
pi. niic service that man Is Champ
Clark He Is insgnllicent ph)slell
standing ns he dor tall erect and ntt-I-
lit He Is mngnlfleent mentally, and
villi his wonderful knowledge or hW-
lory, or la and of men. ho holdn a
lecord for oratory and
Th,. L'ncolu county Medlenl Sov'le-'
ty met here Tuesday rn tne parlors of ,
the Wcnthcrlord Hotel vttn an ncr
ago aitindance. i
Tho Masonic- fraternity had an cle-
J. C. McClar) . . .
Judge llalloy 1
Walter lloltxclnw S56
Henry Phillips I.M
W. M. Cnrty 1
A. T. Pence .80
Dr. W. D. Powell $80
Tato'n Creek Asso. ..7.70
Jas. C. Florence t
Dr. Peyton I
Shmsirs fc Tanner 1
J. II. Carter 1
J. II. Jones 1
John Allen on ncct 5
J. M. Phllllp3 1
J. W. Acey .1
Charlie Norton 1
J. U Cosby i
vnlloy with modemto giatle to Ur) i cents u pounu. .Mr. iiunagan imu
aiitsvllle. thenco ulong a comimratixe about 30.000 pounds in his crop and
lv leel pltiteau to Lancaster. olne of It was extra weed
The road will open up a pracllcaiiv Mr. Klncala also bought the crop
now territory filled with thrifty peo , cents a. pound. This crop consisted of
pic who are anxious for an outlet. Kn'of James Swope, or Danvlll0 at I l-i
auout &,uuu pounds aim was ciussy
15. W. Cash, or Sprlnglleld, drove
through with his crop and sold It to
Klncald at 1-2 cents Ho only hau
a small crop or about 4,000 pounds.
i route fiom Mcholasvllle to Lancister
nre a number or sum:; towns. At
Camp XeUon tliero is a large ledorsi
cemetery noar which n town mu
bprung up, whll,, at C.iinp Nei n on
tho rHer Is ono of tlo largost li3iti-
Ilenes In the country. The latter h.is
to rely entirely on the river for ttans
pflrtatlou or lis output and immense
nmounts or supplies necessary to l tin
the establishment Then there are
l)raiitsllle. Camp Dick Itobltigon and
other smaller towns and villages.
Will Jones sold a two year-old Ger
man coach horse to V. H. Wall for
New Castle .
J, ,11 it o
M-'. and Mrs. J. It. Ashlock ami
lew equalled and none surpassed. NOt
; . ... , , and orntc
only Is Mr. Clark well equipped for ....
.. ... .. .. . ....,... ,..i..... liea)
lot he hold the record as having Ufed
thnt eiulpinrnt to a splendid advan
tage He has classic diction and In
imitable hunior and fler) eloquence
A Under of th,. minority in "on,
r ins. few men In the history or that
I "ib bare equalled him Some or his
i i-eclies time bon compared wltn
tluwe o Daniel Wwbsier Ills stwiTll
(i.i the Cuban quesiKm whs coi'lixt In
" ' papers In Prune sKino As an
..inter and omKreMmiin. Clark IjiL
luiusht fme '! onlv to himself but
i i tin stair which he has o limn ro-
.-entrx). H has insd .MIsMHin ono
it the beat sdvertlmd stales in the
wrst....ackian)onedes,,i,1g.to .each here, be.ides coM,ml,,g ,o "Jj,.. Carpenter Collier.
,p can hand It to It. It. Noel. than three hours .of tin, e. It I. n-IJ, "'" ,. . M
- easier ior me in-opiu ui mu. uiii.u.s . . , r ,h u'ni,! Asntanu ..
April tne twenty i i "' lu,e "' """" -'-"-
o: tile bride in,"ur clover merchant, to view the lino iiardstown
LlTsnl-iv nf lnrllna linta uhlrh lia ha HOWllUE (.
Mnrv K. Todd
.. . j .p... . 'ml ihirlv.rnnr miles Irom LexlUUtoni
10 an wo cuena o.,r .-.. . "-- ". , , 'nGunre the engagement ot their daugh
in iuiiiiu la ... .. rii.. it it ii'iiiiii iin u i .iiii ijiiii t mi: wi iiiii.ij
"debaie. that Bant banquet In Alcorn. Open, louse .Know,caKemon; a. ... ....... . . MM Mniy KathIeen As,lIock w
. .. on aiuuniii) uipiui i, -.,.. ......... ... ..w. .-
toricnl offorth galote.
irn. in i in- 11.. imihL tew dn)S he
. blip ,erlce and public usetu.ness Q UlnG al)U ,,,..,,,1
wlinv was loll N the Hii.allur fniiu. HIGHLAND
ippltfb and gr.'pet however ai not
badly d.iriiage.l jet. Fannlug has been fomew'.iat lundu
The toUicco cifip has all bten mar- Clj by t)0 April showurii but tl. o cms
kcted In tho West Knd. The price- tto business :h still booming,
hero have Ijwii such that at least, ,hic Fieda Spwille' who 1ms been
tlfty per cent of thein aie so dlscourag ((Uitct sick for some lime is about well
vd thnt tho)- 'fll not J'tl'-h anotli-- ngaln.
crop this hpiit'i. The lnJ -d di-' jr. Speukc'ti youngest child, dies.
sutler so gre;'. but P i loor hsid ter iH yt,ry cij .,t his home with ton
woiklng lunsr wm. -t.ii! er- MltB.
nlielint-l. Itev. J. M. Cook ami Mr. Jno II.
The iran) frl-Mids of "I.- llM.jnniin nult both reiimln iult ffblo. I'nclo
II. Ashlev n wll ami f'" -sily Kmiwn' uac Ilaunh who has also been sick
furmer lesldei.. ;-ihimr rnnii of itm g paiuowlmt bolter.
for the neonl
and progre.sUe little ciiy to go i" u,r "Iternoon
Cineliiiiatl to do their shopping, which
they would be glsd to Icic ir they
In order to obtain the road Mr. Fai
Ta tells us that tho people ol '.aliena
tor and Cnrr.inl count) would contri
bute liberally to Its construction. From '"R minister.
what we Know ot the route .uul the
Mrs. Itlclinrd Wientjes Is able to bo New Haven
out again after her bad attack ot . Newport . . .
Father Leo made his annual trip ta Owenshoro
hiB iniRninn and will visit Rev. P. Os Paducah ...
niond from Sunday eienlng to Mon- l'jrls
day at Louisville. Pewce Valley B31
.Miss Helen Wientjcs returned Iiome Vrinceton 2,0i:
oflnr sniwrnl mnnlha sl.1v In t'htenirO. IlUSSelUHIe Il.lll
One or our Crab Orchard boys Is to I Miss Thercssa will come later. T!!? i"?f
married boon, Mr. Thomas ' air. v.crismiau jucuub leu. .aoi ...B..t ---- - -----
for Cincinnati to seek a location. His oiiuiuuhiio "
family expect to go In two weeks Sralth9 Grove '-
St. Sylvesta's German school is do- Somerset 4,491
log nicely with Itev. Father Leo as Taylors ille 622
teacher. (Verities 2,26s
Seeral people look adantagt- cr Waddy 231
o tho cheap rato nnd went to Cincinnati uarrouinn i.auo
' I Sunday. Jefferson county 262.920
on Wednesday night alter church all Louisville 223.928
. ... . ...- ,. ..:. i.-i,- i.. iiiir ru.vor mnrrniiiii. 1.1 vil-w iuu iii.o ..... .............. .... -.
louriu ai uie inline u. mu unuu nir --- . -
...lt .,.. display of ladles hats which he ha bowling
Only th Immediate lamllls or the ror Easter. Tho ladles enjoyed it ery Central City
contracting parties will bo present !"ch with their "oh m)s" and 'thnt LovmBton '
.. i. e...., r ipu.i.liii.. .Is a beauty and so is ttut," but oh iyuuuana .
J.t't. Iltrillj tl uiivutai ' wvtta imvi i - I'll, qhaltirmi it
,.-.,ei nf the brid will be the offlelat- Jon men. The) put their money in LlUabethtown
get married soon,
renter Collier Is a son or Mr. nnd Mrs
J. II. Collier. Tho rollowlng is irom
U present, although Lancaster it the Klizabethtown News
the other pockci nnd made long races Danvillo
the ruturc candidates wilt be "-"i"
'..i i...r.... ,i,,.t. oiiii ,iiii.ii i-ranivori
KlUU IAJ JVIlu. lllcj winiu i....w
The bride is a eiy popular
peoido II would seive. we nre sure """"; ;' '"""'. ',.', '.! The Swiss Club met at th homo Franklin ...
thnt ,!, Securities Company would " "' --;-"-'" I ,r Znrv TI,,,OP SllniIntf BVnnriIB. ... Georgetown
irionus in a."' . " ...
fi.i it ..rniltnl.ln in invHKtlniiln. It ' nerseil to stores oi .nuuus ...
rniiiii bo built chon nor than the inn- lasting manner.
fi.iin V,irR:ill1. to I-'mnkfort ttn.l 'r1'0 groom
would open up 'list a desirable i. ec-
.l.i.i 1. u.inl.t (iti.lniilitMillv lin :i rriwi. nil1.
report a good time.
. .. . . ... ...,i. .. -. llnrrndqhiirir
s a Central Kentucky, "v. j. j. u.cney w... ,..eai-, .u - -"--"
iiinn but uou holds a clerical position i.owiauu ouuuu, ..,ie...iu uuwu "-
N. in Louisville. Ho
-. m-.i ..9 t H.vl ..uiiilj ui l.fi .. 11.1..1 ti .. -. ,. ,.!. Il- r " l "' ...-.., v..rf w .. 0.-.,v BaBnBnnBHHBHU
... ll iwiu ' "" .wT,r.., - -. -- .iiis. 1 in in .'luinu r '" PIV" " ... , . .... .....,. .... ... Imu llti4l I HlTJAimi HOWIl UI1UI1 C Bfel7WBiaiMinMM..n. ..,.,.
... ,,...1 further comm-l her, .Ms ilw1. , ,u l s,I1Ce oUr ,a8t rCport Mr. J. K. Gro ot mHl),e uHe ,o I anc.ister as wol. ornUl life en o asi ns am. has made 11B1EHHSBHH fl Jackson '
.....inn .ll le hh extnt in , 1 U.orv ' as Stnufoid which so far as reaching "lJm On March m. ibll .no death angel
'" M''rwrt , .). "At th- !.-.... inn., .h wn ,1, ,. rental th Avm-P.. place "'lh '"l "' " ''e " 'r, S O.I Itoyle. of LouisMlle, visited the home ot Mrs. Thomas Pu, KING'S MOUNTAIN
Reno The MaBmian ' M , , Cofl...... th bri ,lld miUoll ,nto Mr growing lltt . ''u1'"" "enster. besides pr.n- """'0. ad M J Ham and took little Johnnie Shanks.,
Ken.,. IM, ..tdM. ta. bH h ;'; ;X :,,,,, tMf tl,, Mna,r n "own ""' a ,a,,,,B "lVM'"'tI" "",h ' l ,''" '?' V1'' her 13 months oh. c.ild. lie was a I Quite a erow-l .....end.d M,-y &
tut p.strorm r..r thlny two jesrs. II. B am, Hltrt Tha bU1iu( of singer and freight iralflc. J- wonderful child, radiantly beauti,u.Aeton-a sale last Saf..da7
I -. truvled all met the world, lwlud .. ". . ,..,.. ,, .. . ' ... . ... ,.... l1lrs- n- " ,,aBU" ,a -.' "- ', ,.,! rf..Pii,...io .-.n.1 in.nllliront ' Mr. Sam Uigney and u Harry or
..... ......Tii.ri.au ...... ill. ue .......mi ....... a r .mi U r .... u.im.. ..... .....i... nnr ...im. . .. .. . ....... ..j ... .- ........ .. ...... .......-.
...U .A...V...r. ' ..V.0,W . W.t.. 'U v..(. ... ..w. ....... M . ...r. .. l.ll(lllll(lllli..
ukui-ld 1 en Lui.orunu.
I'.r.,.. 1 .,..i7.r.i d.i miu. Mrs. Jame
,ug India, Syria awii Kg)pt. (u4yinK
" iiiswlr IpT tha lands. He csrrlts
.m: , it rabbit and goose Very
-nan)- or his tih'k nre of his own in
ur.liim. llP Ktvra a lull twu hourV
1 s n
(ue or 1 Pr oimsne thst net or
il'i- to RRnaw but .m 'I .- Is known
- . 1 ue "d." 11 t Icll ' !! buiTis lle
1 -er, and a Jvi rtes ptHMiili.
i'k 11 m th ). lis anuar-"(lilt
111 t'm iiurs unn,' nuy t Hml thnt
!u- i..T- iv o dot in a is iiaads. H
t'irowi. a .hUWs of water Into tb. sir,
i,ml it ciitngea Inlo's dmn Had tils
Not the lufcst Hiju)bl fmttuie
plnyed by Mis Hasvi S-nttHnuun mMt mmv Heeks no, bus mined to
Ite. L. C Trom imslc.- o" h lhM'St tUs pIsco to lie with her s.in Mr. O.
ihuich united '.im In nwrwge .i. o. Speake, who roceutlj lost his wti
tho most bettiit.fi' ring eei- -on) 'lb- jjr. Spcako seems to be having .lis
bride's dross ua- or roiroitfer1.-d BiU)re ol trials and tumble since the
Swiss nnd sh,. rriel .' boquet -I death or his wire In the loss or a rnth
bridoh loses. The brldo is .1 nrfcilutur a j,,,hor.,.inw and the sickness
of the Macomb high rc'uv:. a')d tl. (ll i,h Oil'drun. V-o deeply sympn
tr'tnte Noriniil sdool at ihst phi' Fr n,iIU wt, hm, in his man) nlllctions
tho pas' four oars tiw 'mu Iwen -i ,.,, tIig.
most f.lc.lent tooehur 111 In K- " jir8 (joru Adams ot Danville with
waneo public n i.ools. He t.. the o.'l ,or babe Mildred spent seieral da)s
people hao iii'iuorous Irinids wl'ClWl(tl .r ,,aronts, Mr. and Mrs. K. (1.
wish thorn the ni-utost 'iuiiutu -s 1.1..! nallRti.
Mosperltv." And his uaii.t KeniucHy Mrs M. Young with lur two bt-
irlends will gb'dly wleowe ihem l) t0 ,iam;,iois, l.i.olln and Itoborta 1 1110
n...ir .i.l K'.iii.-.i k ho;. 'tabic home .. , u 1.1 .iB.u tl.li ... Imr huh
't.mis ivsriormaiMV is wt ninmiiK uih ,,,.,,,1. irom ihidr brdil uw, .,.,.. ws m ,m., .r it,K.iutita mm latl at II o'clock . M.. -u tha eouit
.l aiierman. 1. poprlar tran.i.i l0r (wo Slighter, Mlws Fannin sd boute door' In ijincMtnr, Kv., I wi"l
tor or tho 11. ( .. who 's well Kimwii tJrac 8l tlla u. k. s. aichmond. soil to tho highest wnl bJi b'ddar
m i.n w.M.1 Kml. ww pia ovui neai Ira. p. .y irw,n nntl Mr. Donthsr witlmut rosore. by-bid o- llaiif. fo1
s Jonos is units sick, ,ho!eyona his months; a bright beam or Somerset spent Wednesday
Mr George T. I..ii.hfor,l and Ml. ' -- u- -. -Mlfl.!lIriB ln tho homo and an un,on,nK mother.
Kiln C.penter. r Preach-rsrllle mptoms oe.ng tnoso m i'""M ourM of oy to n,H ,,arents anJ rela., Mr. A,hrort (.oocb, of
neie unittMl In wwlloi-k nt tho Baptist leNer lnvo Utile .inhniilo had nneumonla spent Sunay vlth his mother
Parsonage by patlur J. Jonos ou rhero 1. mucr wm go mi, a, , (q ,, , t&( ,
luwulsy April Utn Tho many the tin!. Orchard banat arl um 1, ma. i Mifferor was done veek on buslnow.
Ii lends of this splendid young couple " oonlH ' UJ "8 '" lu """'
wish them much tisppinesH and sue- "late tho Increasing number of pa
succ. They will make their home nt trous and other ltrirove.iient work Is
ProochersUlle. ll'elnK Uo,,e-
Mrs. K. F. Jordan, of Coibln, visited
Irionds at Crnb Orchard and then
went to I'reachersvllle to spend 1
Walter Jor I
i.r romntMt with which 1m snllxeiis
iie-y thing ho doi. TIihm frnnin
t.) temnrka am lull of. tun and wis
villi Hash after llssii of go.nl temper
ed sstlr nlmo.1 iThliusolt or bis wipfK.
lib IS a IHMH Of fllrO pllll)llt)' tfDll
etiKuginK siMp prnpiie, with kwm
Mieiitallty nnd an arttule amH-fpCiatroa
tl the Hurueas ho haa chld IB his
eourse Is the Msiulnlsvohu Quartet
Another number In tho Stanton'
but God knev best. No hopes wo -Miss Eupneima jajior is visiuns
could cherish aro to bo compared with Irlends and .elattvcs here,
tho glorious realltios thai aro now hlB.' Mr. and Mr. Col. Oooch aud babes,
Tho little body vaa laid to rest In bavo moved to Illinois where thev will
the Falrvlew clurch burying ground make their .'utitro homo. They aro
on March 20. Much sympathy Is ex- missed by their many rrlends and ro-
tended to tho heart broken mother, latlvcs.
' Mr John Jotinson or fcoaienei was
up to -00 his brother Will lohnson.
I Len lleynoldi !s la th city this
week on businasj.
Allen Gllllland Is lsltlng relatlvej Miss Ilaila Lee uas rcturi.ro. from
at this place. Loilngton after an f.xtem'd tnlt to
Ksthor Cnldwall and Ksthsr Murpry Mlsa Carrlek Vtlsm
wore thoguesta of Dsllie I'nloonborry Little Hlniiie Va-ifht liat luou icry
CnvlMKlon this wtok aid Is .11 a hn.l visited .Mi. Greon's mother near ensi, In hand, 63 aeros ot lsud in Gil- ,. t the Moroland Christian churuh Saturday and Sunday. ,.,,, ..J1 , , , .. .,
Sl,fl,,0. Siiihm last wepk berts Creek In Garrard county. Ky. Sunday oenlng. Special ICasior musle Mrs. J. J. Faleonborry U oh the EU10I Cnldoll has bow. n 1 low
Mr. N. I Wrbjht who went to see Tins lanu is an 111 gross nun is io- by tho choir and special taioni. 1110 turn uw iu neon. ----- .
pastor, llov. W. G. Montgomery will, 'Cyrus jonnsoii wue aaa bum ""
pronch on -The ltesurrectlon.- tulurnsd rroin wayaaamiris. ... - w ,. -., .. -"--
Ihuro -Mil b su Kster entortalii Clinton Johnson is at nuy ior . . " - -
es ACRES "F LAND
few days with hor nn.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders and
brlcht Httlo son snont Sunday with
On M.wjat. eurt lUy. April 21th Ul ll01ller,)lks Ilonr Lancaster.
There will be special Kaster sorvi-
A Loving Aunt
Pniulc Meivd'tli, iurin.'.y ih mu
Juntao npftion, had a .In-v- vW her lather -Mr. Kidr uttar le. Lick a catsd X 1-2 miles soutlioast or Laueas-
naaluil 'ti lbs eachuw h". nt Lou- taw aya Beo vms aceoiiimuitMl by lur. This Is a good Inrm nnd Is going
low. " Mlaa Ann and Maatar AU-tn. to sell to tho high dollar. Anyone do-
Miwoa Kflle Yuanc aad XiHra IUuah siring to seo tho rami will call on
1 PREACHERSVILLS he rowiriHsl from tb K. K. S. Ittch- Hughes k. Swlnobroad of Lancastor,
niond. Ky. Possession lit once. BOOTH
. .... ....... K. ..... . l.ul Mr Miu AunU Hull nhn.ui. n.llul THOMPSON llV Hliches & SwlllO-
Cuiupany which Is aomatlilng new n r. nnu . . u .
mU,1 'CJi ZT. m t . N ui Ji i!S Xfoa uo3s WW. Rm on amnt ef the ill. .
""I' 1 .r Z 1 .lie . n ." Si .nt" " I- J- M- rn. t 0 earns. her mother I. pons pack .0 P..-.- MONEY TO LOAN.
"? V ! 1 i Mrs. MallndaAndmson of t.ar Gl mnud t rusuuo lr tudlia Ou Lincoln county farms, In any
iniuur. Ihu historic minstrsi. it win jllamoa Sarah Auat'n au.l Jonla amount over $3,000 Itato rf. Interest
be .ecallod. n loiineu m ".. m Jwv, iW- ,., po, conU Tenn B y?arg wlt
In treatment, u eimitunntion 01 pom ,,. ,1V ,ul,i.. nn , viit muutvaa at UomorMt. nrivlleco to nay alter ono year. Mrst
mortgage. If )ou aro In need of money
1 III loan vou un to 40 nor cent ot the
lis songb and reciting his orsos to ' ' ,...,,.. ,.,. fria,ld 1,, wUn irlif.' almn-1 wlno of )our land. For furtuor par-
an who would I hoar. J l J- on crutehes slnoe his leg wxis broken dam succoss In his far iay Texas titular, write to O. II. Swlnebroad.
:"'a .1?'1,0d..rn. ,.r c.Vtkl on ot a butting ram some time ngo. horns to whlcb he otthl. week. Attorney. Lancaster. Ky. 25-tf
III....U.U iw..- .-.- V I
. . . .....l l.lnn In ' r '
in irci in . . WM (irown Uy )uul gnno to vWt r8W,lvw t aomenrst. pn
und.nu.lclu. whospeu 1 s , M uf )p m(
',? Jr : d rLlg hU :Z Our friend J. ... HoUselaw. of JAoton regret to glva hlni .. as a pliy-; w.
mant at tho Methodist church next Tow days. Ioru'
Sui.dnj n!ht 1'iery ono l lnvltcil W. It. Owens baa laturnod to Ita Stanley Fulcouborry cowlnu. xery
utid wt think It w:i b,. well worth, old home In Tetiueso. ' ..1
your time 10 come. I M. G. Murphy ws In Stanfowl this KINGS MOUNTAIN
Little IJhsabeih 'i.-ltt. of ilurnsli'e. week on buslnoss. I "" ch "K"t of Mut
spout Saturday 4lV Sunday with tola Uerybody come to the ontartttir,- a building lot for JSOO.
tlvos in. rnt the 2lst or April. laa Kphemle Taylor. L- italtlng her
Mica due V I'urdou. who Is toaholait J. F. Hamilton and L. K. Crisp have friends of trls place.
In ilumsld spft Saturday and tliiii. been very busy delivering pleiuros ror M!bih Maude Uruwn a" Lizzie Dye
day at home. Sh.. was accompanied the Challior Portrait Co, but will have returned from tho city with tin
bv bur fileitd Mrs. Dujuwr or ISiirn- leave in a low nays ior aiiioiioniuur, u........ -,,...,.,
Ky. see mem.
J. M. Ijohnsoii Imvo rjoturnqd home Hr. Acton and rumlly we vlsltma
where they have beeu visiting rain- mtattvaa at Vnynoburg.
IUI11 Itansun and Ada Prtiltt thos and Irlends at Uilb !.. W- S- bmaiiwcxxi naa, -wtwa irum
Jamas Thwuipaon mmt Frl- vrs. WaPace Walter Uaa beeai vtett- Iawtfliiwilh hU new w
iiihu la Jiinciton illy 'nir hoi boher of Stanford.
Mrs. Huriis Hukasiraw, of Cump
bollavllla, spenl 11 few days horu.
the street, nis grem s""
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