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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 33-
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1911.
EVERY TUESDAY. AND FRIDAY.
THE FAR PACIFIC
l Tim nrw liu Hi Iiish nt Kllxlr Serines
. James Woods nntl Ininllv or Stan- .,..., ,,.i .., ..... ..,..., i
J ,IU lllM'lll Ct'lHI'lUlWll (IIIU IIIU II llf'llU.-ll
rf" "iwni Sunday in our cu iia- improvement over all tno others. Kv-
INTERESTINGLY DESCRIBED OY P'1M,I ' ""' 'Mrh K- McCornmrk Piy(,nB H rvdcnclnR the most suc
REV. ROBERT MeMULLIN on West Main street. ccsMul season In Its history. Duo
WH fl?o2AAiiYA ' Mr MnU KDK,emnn for Q'etal titlct. of their ojfonlng will bo Riven
o.urmrvt JIJirH u pro,pt.rmlg merchant at Ml. , U0lt. co,umn(, in ho near future
I'lir Lebanon F.nterprlse has Jus. u,em "'d ''' cntlr u,k hf K'M'lH These people deserve a liberal patron
published extracts fron IcitcrM recow t Mm. N. Mccarty and no nan gono nR(, ,, t,ey w, trpnt (10r R,Mtl,
d from Hcv. Robert J MrMullrti and to Somerset to rebido. much betier than any former owner
wlte. rwiArrlr .Mln Kmma ' '"j't. Geneva I still rorging to the front r UlMe. , , ,,,, trlal
who recently sailed to- t hlnn 19 be- . i,,.,.,...,., 1, emut .. Ut-to-dnte . ,,. , ,
wugbt here and both ure very well Hio.k of millinery hai. Just boon op
known line, the story of their voyage filed up there nml spring hatH nru
mmns the Pacific will bo Interesting .-iimp: likn hot cakes. New resldenceH
..1 I J rV.iders. He writes- are going up nnd the demnnd la stilt 1 HONOR ROLL OF STAN- JR '
The ctplaln and officers wcro KiiK- "rt "' "K "' - ..... ,
I1M1 and the crew chiefly Japs nnd incicnslng. B FORD SCHOOL J
ihlmse. who gMke broken hngllsh Tho blood hounds wore called tiim0'
Il.-re wete ufw .w" . p.are near llurnsl.le anluruny wnero
nnd horses , '
..... niuooi lor me inoni 1 01 .vinrcu in as
! ... . ..... t-i ....... .1 1, ....... .....I r..fl..t....il wltlinnl n l.fllitlli. I
luuy iroin i-uiiMiiniii, n-uii , inr . iuni.11 uuu ,u....v... .. J'rinmrv Kiilliprlin. llritrp I ncllo
..r n ..i.v.ll.... I. p,.lni in r..ldo with .. ..... .n . .n.Mi.i,r,, Tin. nli..r. ' r'"ry. Kllioeriliu Jinici, i.uciioi
kcr husband who has chargo of the ' , , w, ,,. VW)rU ,m,k t'"rle''' v,(),n K,nwn- roiiftw KIhIi.
leper colony In Manila. '" ,K,nf BU,BIU" ''"',. ,11PV ...... AHelnldo 1'roctor, Leila Kaney.
' On tfc third day at sen we encom.l the party In charBo and the j..ry will ,(. AmwU rto
'IT0"" , ...rIWoU. l.onry auK..n, J.mo.
ini nnn i..i . . 1 jf jb ilVl( ID ki i
jjhlp. Thp captnln stood on the bridge ff ft toW Umt without extra rate, or
!drtha?renlauhlK7o,ncomelho,,ciO'Rer--5anfley Nuptials a Brilliant Social
Event at the State Capital Tuesday Evening
Ti.-re weie uuy-iwo nri-ciH ims- jart. )Par nurnMiiu saiarui
onffpra. iinHt of them 'M Jtw ,)lirn ,, ,.Kilteen mules in
,mhlll,i via Hour Koiik. nnd are em
ployed In the government sorvlco. A ver burned. Tho trnll wa
lieurir an iiikiii nim uy imyiiKiii. ui- , ,,,,. ,... nin..,,, iudiioj, twenr naiey, (iiuuri 1
w.nd mmlerated (). the ftltytwo pa. churnlnB nil t .0 K " oIc ' ,,,., , JolW,llllno Uoot;i,
.-enners only seven appeared nt brook to twelve pounds of butter eer week '
i.u.t next mornliiK I am Rlad to w.y HIld ll0 not for alc. '. ' "k"1R- l"?n "'t'10"- l,u
1 cs iji itr
U.uiKlinjan, Addison Hell, Uatownod
liudzlo), Oscar Daley, Hubert l.'mbry,
tilt-le school '"" " 1
l.n I...M l.prn Mav Hid l'rnu0 n .MarRlienic .MCiurc. ni-,
lie Hirnier, Joanna Ilallou,
...T".."!. f ' J." .:" ;'- "".Z Th,. proKmm of the
...i w.. r..ntir..d llniiiitiilu. Our first convention to
.!-... .., Inn. I mmiu lh nnrln'rii 4ili nnd f.th. will bn as follows
.oubt of MoU.kal. the lepei colony Wednesday May .trd nt 7.30 M.. ''". '"' . VIp Ooso bniltli.
tiMiKiin Iail J" "ut ,,,,l, u, Hniocatlon Itcv W. S. Willis. IAlma I'nml 'f""Kret. Snanks, IxhiIho
Uiand. embrnclng Home S.000 acre- . . MrH Wnlers. Kthel Ureedloxe. Mary I'et-
".i! '"r'iJ::: "' ?S' .,.. '0nU,"Mr8, U ' .-. urimf, Farmer. John ...
UJ ll. r.'tt .IIUl .r....l ....... .... t.i..(.u.... 1
iii! Ill land br a precipitous wall o , -story of Jubilee" Mrs. Sarah K
hick wuiie jw icei niKii, .uiwu a
tlioUBoml etvr live In two separate
MllarcH. At the entrane ot llonoln
lu harbor a yellow flac was hoisted
mil the steamer stoppee until revoral bicy
health officers tame iilto.iru anu senn
1 ed lr naseiiKers who were aweui
bled In the dlnliiK saloon They were in.n.
rMin satisfied wt. hnd no eontucioiu , Adjournment
Iieae8 aboard and gave tho cnptai,:
clean papers. Soon wc were nt tb
iiuck which wn thnmced by u motle)
irowd of men of virions tiHilonalllie!
innny In their fhlrt sleeve uud wear
luc stniw hat: tl-e vomen all wore
I'fiice, Umdetlo Ilrlfiht, William Talo.
tirade 111 Sam Craig, frank Cor
il.er, Krnncif. lormnu), .Mary lllll Obi
ivhn frmn India-Mrs. Mary Ore- '" J-' lloekor, Waikur IlubliU.
Treasures Mrs. John T. tiay
Jubilee Appeal Mr. Clay Knitfl
nother bubbards ml I lie -hlldren a
hiurle carment Hie crowd Hfmed
I.Hpli) and nil were shouting. ' Aloha'
Alohn' ' iwelfome' welcome' ) 8U nl
us r."t Into nn automoiiile nnd took n
run turougli the city which Is well
uHRied the "I'araillo nl the, i'hciiic
No l'scrlptlon Is ndemmte Honolulu
must le seen to tie nppreclftte.1 Tho Miung women
H.'iniPk ol r0'Hl palms, the pnrfenlon i3ms.
minium unwers in vyrrj nue. ni'v
r ur I'll nib vine and tlee In lrtl al
Thursday May 4th at U.16 A. M.
U recti 11 K by Alls Angle Carpentoi
licfcponse Mrs. Clarence Talo.
1 Ht'lKirt or Auxiliaries mid circles
I lllstrlLt reHirt
1 Clrule work.
' 10. 4i InteresUim Voting
-Mrs. John T, liay.
Will .Missionary work idtieajx- the
II) Mn. CUII Wll-
Morris Jackson, Sophie SMtirders, ,
Entile Wearcn. ,
lirttUv IV Hester Anderson, Mary'
IVik. Tllden Cooper, Alllu It. Klsh.
lphn Ktiwle, Tholma Kraiiel!', Itachei
Hill, lttiby Hilton, John Kohl McKin
lej, Virgil Moore, Willie I'epples,
1 lenth Secrnnce, Annette Wenron,
tirade V. -Holrfirt lArnoIil, l.iwtlp
llrlsht. Motrin llruce, .Minle i'-at.
KntneeH l.'inln). Hennle Uoodf, .Nsnry
K. McKluncy, Annie It I'owoll, Ada
Women 1'owell, Alice Tamuie Clarence Sin
gleton, Leonard llallnrd.
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OF SEASON HERE
AOAIN8T SUE DENNETT
MEMORIAL C. U.
cnndlclabr.t holding yellow tapers QCrilK H TAME
loaded in yellow at either end ot tho uLLUIMI uAluij
tublc wero ulnglo crystnl candlesticks
with tapers of yellow tied with bluel
tullo bowB. Tho silver ano cut glass!
comporta holding yciiow ros0 mlnta WILL BE PLAYED
ana otner confections.
Tho cntlro bridal party were scal
ed around tho board nnd a lunch of
Country Club croquettes, pimento
chceso balls, stuffed tomatoes with Tll0 sccond ,jalI Bamc or the sca
mayonnaise dressing beaten biscuit son on tnp oca, grounds will bo play
and wafers, Individual Ices nnd cakes C(, neM Saturday whe. tiio strong
wcro served by Mrs. Charles Saffell n;no from tno Suo jjcnnett Memorial
most beautifully. Institute at London will como for a
Tho bride's cako wan a largo whlto camo against tho High School club,
ono with llllles of tho valley tied wun stanrord Is going nttrr big gnnie this
candy ribbon ornamenting tho top. Beagon, and gorae of thc boyB aro nu,
rubles nlong the the mtiro length ting up blgh class ball,
of a largo hallway upstairs ooro the Coach Uoliannon returned homo to
bridal presents, which In number and Frankfort last week, tils work was
nttractlvcTifta havo not been equal- pood nat tllerG wn ot jt j,i,t the
led in Kentucky in many years. Hun- mmy wenther knock-c the boys out
dreds of guests attended the rccep- 0f so much nractlcn while he was ber
I tfon to shower congratulations nnd tbat they havo not gotten tho form
iouv. wisnes upon tno happy nnd Mhlch they showed last year.
popular young pair. i Thc i,lc. BChj(X)i tcam . ,hft
I.atr In th0 evening, Knsign and 'strong Central University team tho
.Mrs. Sauiley drove to Lexington In BCare of its life last Monday when it
an automobile, and left Wcdnesd-iy played in Danville. While tne local
morning for New York, where they yS were defeated by 8 to A, until
wcro attendants at tuo wedding of tile seventh Inning they wero in tront
Knsign Shafroth. a shipmate of Kn and it looked like they had th0 col
sign Satifley and a son of tho Cover- leglans beaten. Pitcher Kmbry had
nor of Colorado, to an eastern belle. BUch heavy sluggers ns Seelbach on
They will spend thevr honeymoon in hfu staff and struck out a total of ten
the east, until May 10th when Ensign men. Hum support caused the do
Sauiley will tave to report to his ship feat ot tho local tads,
the Battleship iKansas for a cruise i n uni n closo game from start to
to the Baltic sea. Mrs. Saufley will 'finish. Not until tho eighth inning
return to Kentucky to visit her par-; was the game cinched by C. If., Tho
cuts at lnuikfort, ana ner husbpndV .Cnherslty team took the field at
relatives at Stanford, until he is backj4:;r with S 11. S.. at the bat, Wat
fiom his cruise In July. jcrs, (he first man up got a hit, on
the. arm stole second and third and
OTTENHEIM .scored on, a wild pitch by Tolln, Do-
Uler was then presented tflth baso Oir
I Kev. I'. Usmond of Danvillo will 'Lalb, McC.irty laid down a nice sacn
Uslt Father Leo this week. , lice, advancing Dozler to second, Colo
ZZlTxTLZ Weton hit easy ones, to
Faster Sunday. .Tolln and died on way to first base.
, Mr Uen Ilcnyen, ot Chicago, is e Dnsher, lor C. U., led ofr with a
Itlng his sisters .Mrs. Wentzel and nlce bit through short stop. Fox-
!Mrtn:rn!.3eoS eXrtalLome ot ,.' " to Dozier.
.Stanford Irinnds Faster Sunday. .antl was MUt out LV Dozler a second.
Frankfort, Ky., Apr "JTere followed by the matrons of hem-' Mrs. Kearn was In Crib Orchard Wilkerson reached tlrat on nn error
Never was the firr.-tuet: beauty or: Mrs. Ixiuls Hasktl. Jr., of Mem-, ' "V1"'1 "." ""' .... out was lorceu out nt second, Dasher
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MRS. RICHARD CASWELL SAUFLEY,
Nee Ml.'s llelt-n Oltear.
tlrle VI-Matsy Crimes. Je.n IMx "- . - - ; l)r. Malloy ot Lexington is Here r ,, k. .... ...
.MtKlnuey, all, chivalry or thc beloved South rM. Tcnn., and Mrs. HoUert 1.. Cole-!i00klnc after his farm and is well . ww,ti.ui ?ti.
ton, Nellie Hill, Lottie
Adella Hussell, Clinton Coleman, Unit
i,,.i .,.r.. iv.,iMik -.,, .i ,h,,',mn f ,nin min, , .n'l'leased witli this -countrv. jfcoisou wt.s thrown out at sccond.
I t !ra. .Inrolm nnrt clilldrnn Inff Inat t In the Second limine: Penny wn
ill the beautiful marriage ceremon) tinue color of gold aud blue m their Slt for Cincinnati to Join her hus'-'hit iv lil. lint , i itMn".
I l.ln atin hnH l.fe1kA- k m . r IJ
II fi IVwm I fMfirh lior tit iftlT
- . Ilrniln VII I'rnft.Mttt Ilrnwti I'ltiii.K ... . i
mvMt typlcul lsand di.HeH. 'm- "'r Time . S. Wlltts, Her tiiwd: inmir. rnoi I hii. i-i imn l,crtormea norc on la6t TWT-fTi-l!owii anu-togetber wit.i the brides-J "-"" """ "'" "" -"' "- nlso was touched in side by Tolln,
Riauie on eve bn-.-e. the .trltlc . II s. Sox by. Her Mouey n '''..,., ... :,",,. '"B. April Cth. wluci united in wed maids carried gold basksts ol yellow , ,, , .. (har m ,..,,., ,, . Kmbry wcrltlced advancing both run.
ISrirtei'm'.Th frrihr; "V- - ' de ?,iSM J" M-ry l0Ck'S Kn,,8n VS"'" - r .UI Vln XdS . one base. Fenny scoruig. Was
Wwm'ZhmnnJmi the inuU- ' " consecrate urrT-Il. M. Wal l'' j, ,ei L,,;. .mm CMWC" Sau,,ey' f U'8 Un,leU State8!wlt" " llow f,r tuIle ou lhc liandI era' "'!Ine?- 411 , Uwcted an easy pro.,nder to Darter
tul pslw srounds with m.ignlflcetit. ker. V. M. Tinder. " ,K' '"""" nimzc.aw Anna u. NaVy. nnd Bon ot the late Judge Mlcnh. Preceding tht brldo was the gracelu'- 'Ne hlanday lu o communion auti was ou. nt fir8t
wide spriuliiiR banyan tree,, and Uih Mlzpnli llcnedlctlon. Mtltoberts, llessle M.H.re. Mur M. Chrton,Bn sautler. of Stanford, and' maid or honor. Mis Margaret BullItt.',,';!yJSr n n,., It ?" ?h hL, SylvKr In the latter half or tho second in
i xfnlre botanlcnl crandeuru com- Kanoy. Vcrna Kout. Maymo S ug eton. ,,, ,, , ,,,,, . u ',,,... ' .. ' church about 27 in the class. This " l,,c ''"ltr "" or tno sccond in-
Un- imM-e Honolulu ever mZ A family arranged and mw.1 Inier- Kl i.mnn. Kfrto Ilaughman. H,v ,'88, ,UeIc" 11"e"- "e "y u' f W. Va.. w.o.,e gown ot,,. something beautiful and all aro uing. with the bases full. Kmbry gave
Known ns I'aclllc llelgUs wher tlng program hiut .yrcit prepared ,...,,- H(,i,or. cart t daughter ot Judge 1-. t. O Ileal, ot cloth of gold covered with a tunij Welcome to attend. , Dasher a base on balls, forcing Las-
inounialti behind the city to x point lor each duv of the convention. Kcty ' , , ,.' ,, tlila city, a member or Kentucky's or gold beads was uecomlug to tici MisB Albertlna Shaffer Is expected I tiug to bcore.
xisi cr.,,r?,g.;rr.p ... m- iM ';sr """ pcr' ,rry mti uibunal t,lr,co,,r, or r;rl :;eauty- too carrlc basuet or sss irnfrs Kii . -- ,to
h hV...iS.i i.Y.'n... J,u rZ mn . "rnl Route No. 1. relng .nor the ,. ., ., , . The romance which always follows flowers. mt0 a crowQ of youngsters gather-:to folllowlng Innings, on well bunch
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.m ...u.ivjum ...t...v iv Diii-iiuiiu .',.;u itiio.
Senior. Joseph 1 topper.
MRS. J. F. COOK DEAD.
whero tho gallant young men ot the' Miss O'Kear on the firm of her diss-
Kriny or navy mo coacerned, wn? tingulshed rather. Judge Kdward C.' Singleton and bride.
tk. an. the rlu- nnd oeeau from it ftnndard mileage of 21 miles will be
glorious impor.ima which utterly beg- gin in ot next month returning from
,-urs deeriptlon It fs sa.d tkere Is . Ar,s ll;lsn regidence sl.ovlnn
i.ot a grander view in me vorld. In ..... . .
thc rcrbor lie the ships . many tin. ,b' ",u,,' "" n,ll,, aa ',,,r ro.ot ot
lions, while the lurb'iru encircling department.
r.ofs If r iirktd far and near bv lines r. O. S. illlnms has returned
ot snow while fiNiui. -ontrnstlnK beau- ,rou) .,.., ,.aB. aml ,., e follll,,,n
lituiiv witn the oceans vnrying lints ,.. .,. ....... , ,.... death of Mrs. linra Prances Cook- i ,i. .i..- n- . rn . ., .i.i. ..... ,........ ... . ..
.11 i meruld and blue On either hand ' I """' "urniK oiiriiiubii imie - "-" mu " "ii"" "' uim..-iou. mu mui,- nun immur euuuii'-eu uy
itely vtlleia gre.u wiih crops ready to serve all patients thatcall. "ut "' ' v-"ulv u l,lllr "u,l,u B0 tho Atlantic lleet, ana tne xlulslle ber bridal gown and It was a magni-
Sun- "' """-b """ I'V.xington on tne ie- bridesmaids, their gowns ana gar- llcont creation, being jn Imported
The funeral sen-vices amj8, In the gold blue or the Navnl band embroidered tulle over charm-
beautitully Interwoven In this wedding U.Itcar, camo next and Knsign Han
oi onp of Kcntuck's fairest daughtera fley was attended by his best man,
and ono of her most brilliant and gnl- Knsign Marshall Collins, of Ktch
lunt sons. It was a full military af- mond.
Niiwh hns been received hero or the ar, with tho groom and his grooms-! The exquisite brunette ueauty oJ
.Mrs. Arnold has been very blck lor
Stanford got together again In the
some two weeks nnd is not much bet-,&Ixth' L'olenlIln scoring on C. U.'a or-
iter at this writing.
of Hawaii n staple Uio. a largo carrot V. S. WIIIIh will nreach nex
shaped root, ten or twelve incb.M long day mornlnK a, Husonville on 'irckel" un l,lk,!-
drove church In the tt,,r' ,leId at "le residence Wednesday i Academy.
There- was no preaching at McKlu
dree church Sunday on account of
the protracted meeting at 1-ancister.
.Mrs. Nancy J. Sloan lu very sick
with la grippe.
The ladies ot McKendrio's church
lor. teeiuach batten ror Dasher In
latter halt of sJxth, but was unablo
to touch Kmbry's speedy curves.
C. V made three runs In tho eighth ""
on good hitting and bad Holding by
the Sianlord boys.
Stanford had another fluo chance
to bcore in the ninth but couldn't
make it. Tho game ended with (J. U
leading with a score of 8 to 4.
Considering that It was a colllcgo
team playing ngalnst a men scnooi
team, tho S. H. S.. made a fine snow-
ii tul frnrti 1 1 v n ia(tht ln.hj In Hln.
n.rtei. tinth hj iric.d dried snd "na ul Willow drove church ti the ",,re "e,u al t"e resmence Wednesday i Academy. ,enso satin with a court train. A tullo
KtoiMitl Ki.nind for m.iklnic bred alternoon. No night service. alternoon at 1 o'clock with tnlenueiit All Franktort turned out lor tho veil with a Jullctto cap of pearls
Nuanu. tho principal streeL I Ullr rl(v .hnuiii hv all menimYnvo '" ,,lc fal"" I(,t ' Lexington teme- Biadsome occasion, wHllo many of 'to crowned her fair brow and fell In
imf I.VI 'h om -VrV.Xc! -tock law until the work of 'Mjr- oremost families of tho state camo i.racefu. folds to the bottom of thee put a new carpe, on the floor P TXeTnlZl
. r i.irs n. i..r hnHU.-i crt nirtRwniUK nr. pnmnii.tf.ri. TI..1 - irom far and neiir to attend tho brll- gown. Sho wore a nearl necklace, a, and varnished tho furniture. !,....: .." JlJ"e: .!lr. na""!
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--- - iliant nuptials, and lecepiion.-ta tnj.- kilt from the groom, and earned a a. i nankin sold some lib pound were not given proper support. Mc-
bride nnd groom held afterward, tit bovver boquet of valley liille.s. l.og8 at 3 a-4 cents. ICarty played a good game nt tlrst
(ltocacnBtle County.) tho palatial homo of Judge, and Mrs. Immediately after tne wedding the i Squire Mckechnlo sold It. U. Urat- "na was nls thero with "tho sticks".
. It. Drown, the postmttst
vn emboweretl In (i prolusion or kptv uow mi( jUHt uid in tront or the,
nm tloweiH. Olir dur's outln, will CUrs,,an curcu wa bad, jan.,.,,1
lom b remembered us one of novel . , . ... . .
mfre-it and pleasure We returned cows and U08K talking on It bo
in our strampr nnlr trti tnlmitp- bf- fore Ii had hardened suflicientlv. '
fwrn futiing for tounhaiusi. Jupnu, .1.-
minster at O'Kear, a short distance otf the Inter- bridal party and guests took auromo-ftou borne 50 pound shoats at 3 per tnujJ,h0Je1.hUiaatlraprovcmenu
locating at 'urban line on th0 Versailles pike, five biles to the country home of tho bride head. Tno tcam na8 .., (Jfeuat two
goods. Mr. I miles out of Frankfort. at "Ulen Air" where a reception was' Wo. McKecbnlo and famil of Mar- mantes played but are Dractlclnr dailv
InoTclir-BS mK anxtousl, waitlnr to welcome him and H0T wl" ,,Ke1' takc "-., The hour so, for tho aflair was half held nnd the best of good wishes weie collua visited his brttuer James Me- g fflfeaLm' "i,nf
. ' . . . i .. ... ' HmuTl'u nlDiA hjra nn.l i-nnrfnnl ,1... tinui ofvjin . rtVlnlr ft.ii, l.nv hArM l inuiail M ihn h.m.u lint4.. nJ Iffi-hll u Rmnnlav onri Hiiniltu ou itIUtJHJ iVCUUtmy team Ut ittiQ
4C0 tallrs dlrtsnt. In Uis main pis
tMtrt wns on tho ,.Ynifr it a Itrgn
The many frlenibt bere.ot Mr. Hen
M. Ashley formerly of wir city aro
Ottawa is thinking of of
Cum Sulphur and selling
na etAch day si noon indlewtefj nur his handsome bride to nls-tormcr old ,,0,',,,'' nlflce ',r0 and conduct tho past seven - o'clock but long before bbowered on Uao happy brtdo- and Kcchnle Saturday and 8undy.
f wtiiji iMiuts. Wo usually mat atout K-otu-vy hom.
f-.- "Wt niHiil.-al mile,, every twenty-four , ,,y ,, e
I bnnr Wo are now twn dsy from Ml8S Lornollusof
Kewanre. 111., and
office and sell gooda.. Thta la n nlco tho appointed hour tne Mothodltrt gioom. The reception mis beld In! Mr. Kiley Brumm'ctt and wife ot
location. 'church van tilled with fashionably tho. living room ot the. handsomo' Stanford visited Joo Urummett Sun-
Higti School park May 2nd.
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VtiloUuiu.1 and recelrn wlmlf. me- th rHlrainit bllo of that wld awakf. " rt- '". carrietj tno man bwu hiwh.ii uuu uauusomo men. uuu vue recc.vinB iiut siooo osioro .
vujEfM from Toklo dully. At anoa h ..... from Ounil via Ottawa, to UrodheaitlThe church oud altor Uecoratlons high baskets of hydrangea spleru inn- -Mr.
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daily makes good time even if the, were white and green tho chancel quJI and' smllux. The chandeliers
J. N. Cba-Utraan is very slck.l8 3rd ,.n4
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There was a big frost here Bunday 1." ,
uioralng but don't think It hurt any- Coleman if
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""""ft t-"'"-"" "'.''' ."".'-r" " . C. Reed McCormaek so far this sea- a"y
V;r. ,r.frl....i ..;:I?1'?1U: ton holds the honor or ehamninn fish. roau8 a ad- Ho w' "xn help having potted palms and ferns com- were draped with smtiax and in tho
Mgit Interspersed. TUe v.-relemi su- ertnan. He sent home part r Ms irot 'lacoU Kl,ller conduct a singing pletely covering It while tugu masseti Itall palms and apple blostos:a were thing;,
ilrm t n nft nn thft shin nri at nirtit t- j.... ...... ... ... .,... school at Suuar firove t:i Lincoln. 'of Easter liltea mlmrled with tho the decorations. In tho recelvlnc linn1
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thfl flliUlllS Of ileCtrlrltV ATA TrV ftlH- . . .. . . . f-tiniv M,n rnetu.na nl HiMilhnpM dmlh. ulrwi.1 Vnnli.n fin.t Mra Ufl.iri.iu I11.I1...I IMr,-l!li tllriOA rMmmn.ff n.A.l.llnM 41lil Li
nnrt tiiim fflMum . miiMi pass ana tney wen ruled ft half bushel " ," " '" " - - -.-..-. -.....,. --i.v- --f" ....-v. ,...u.Uh lMlrht rt & 2n(1
V . wttl I leave the j i"amrr aTrokri measure of bass weighing from two Arcl Traylor bon ot Tom Traylor. which hung around the walls and the and Mrs. hdward C. ORear. Mrs. Sal at Frankfort gavo Judgment against unry p
hania nrd r.o by rail to Toklo. Kodo tu four jKiunds. WUs crippled by Jumping ofr of n chandelier in the centor. Uefore tho lie SauHey, mother ot tn,e groom, Mib.(tbe Uoebel Howard Puna Commlsslonl
and NkasaM wbern i will catch n-ir qu of tho best shows that trnvelt. wn8iL H'a itot yyuct ihe hr."d arrival of the bridal party Miss Itnch. haley, Mr. and Mrs. n.F. Carter, of, for $5,500 in favor of T. II. (irllfln,!
i-tctimer. Wo nro due in Shnnghal 1Jc pout)l wilj jj tnu U0Jirjs at Al- 'd3e or a bard or 11 deep wagon rut ael Settle sang mo.t beautifully West Liberty, Mrs. Ainibtrong. ot Will Harding nnd Dee nnstrong,1 u
Wo find tho capUIn and officora corn's Opera house nil next week. a,,u t"lK over caused the tn0 In- "Protestations." Knoxville. Tcnn., .Mr. and Mrs. Stoops of Louisville, for the arrest nnd con- tinker L'nd ...
very courteous and pleasant, and have Their acts nro second to none on th.v J"' J'- , The wedding cliorMs trom Loheu- of ML Sterling. Xrs O'llear was vlctlon of Henry Voutsey and Jlu. Foxworthy It ..,
hud n .iy pleasant Journey. rna,i anii ,,,, ilo .con to ,,. uro,)orlv I- H. Hrovvn, of near Quail is com- grin announced the arrival or tho wed bandsonio In an Iilsh point lace gown Hownrd. UrUfln will ge fi.700 and willkereou 1st
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nuu n .iy pleasant journey. rna,i ani ,, (, ,,con to Do pr0l)orlv l- Hrovvn, or near yuan is com- grin announced tne arrival or tno vvea nana
shoro tor Yokohama cries tho Me- apprccntod. Another very attractive I'lulinK a ulce live room cottugo and ding party. Tho ushers, .Mr. Krnest ovei
v ri" feature Is that general admission tick- v"l 1" down concreto walks. Hoge, H. L. Coleman, of ML Sterling, wore
QUAIL i'Ib will only bo 10 cents each. ThH
(Jeorfw Cumtiiiiij who baa been HI certainly will fill tho house all week.
emerald green satin. .Mrs. Cart.r Harding and Armsrong 2,7."i0.
an emenild gieen satin vvltli
Mr J. William Ilreatbltt. Mr. Denver black chltlou nnd kt oveidresn. Mr.. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION!
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The drys won In the local option H. Coniott, Mr. Prentice O'Kear nnd Sauiley, the mother of the groom vvtw.
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01 inipyuuiiMiis is uiuLii uBiivr. mr. i ivo rows i irnni horib aro rcbcrvru, ' i vj-uhi.i whmj m -... .v ax..v.. v..v,. .. .w- .,... ... .w ,.... Mm. jfc) ....0 ... - 0.. rrv .... - o.jqik-,;!. if .
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.1 . urovYn, who mib neen 111 01 v.nange 01 program eacn nigut. oe- vj 1 uwu) uj u uuijuinj m i.u ., ...mo n.vi v. ..v..., ...100 ...... ..i.b. ..,,, ......,vv ....o uwyw-i
ttibprep'.-is.s Ii b-tier. euro tickets bo ns to avoid tho rush, :l&- Tho whole county or Hurriboii Jcnnlo Farrls Kalley, Miss VlrglrAa lngly gowned In black charmeiiBO su.- my interest In tho Now Stanrord Drug
Huge, nnd Miss Sallle Page, Ml6s Mar tin with bended yoke uud sleeve Co., to J. V. Ilrynnt a registered phar-
guerlte Smith, of Lexington, Mis .Miss l.eonu Carter wore n f.oun ot mnclst, wtl known to Stanford peo-
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Uavitl . antry la having -a tough Comrade Hack Dolk who for sover- '"t ''' '' H'-'S. .
time wli1' IiIb dUcl'im- "mi's a-d al yonrs lived near Salom church In " -"
crawflBh put wagon loaaa or dirt la tho Ureon river valley pabsed' qulotiy MONEY TO LOAN.
tho new ditching each nigut. over the river nnd to that great bo Salllo Hoover, of NIcIioIubvIIIc. and .Mrs. Aiiustrong 111 11 pink marqulbotto partner will centlmm the business at
David Proctor bought a throo year- yond on Sunday night April 23rd. lie On Lincoln county rarms, In any Miss Kllzabeth Simpson. Following over pink mm-salluo was IiuihIboiiio the bamo old Hand Thanking the pen 1 Stolen bases, Waters 2, McCarty,
old heirer of Illurord I.ltlrell for 3.". wns In bis 71th yoir and lcavovs amount over $3,000 Unto of Interest the Ilovver girls camo the groomsmen aid .tin.. Stoops wore a robu or white pie for tholr liberal patronage and ask t-'oleman, Penny, HrlRbt. Prltchonl,
ti. M. Kldor sold a cow to C. S. (luynn ma-i.. filetida nnd relatives that mourn G i- I'er cent. Term, 5 years, wittii Knsign IV I. Carroll and Knsign d. u.nniulsetto over emerald green batln lng them to continue same with thojl",s "'' "' - .
ol Wnneeburg for 50, ono to Felix blfl 'loss. lie wos a gallunt soldier privilege to pay after ono year. FlrftKlrk, In separate riUlea In full nnval with black elvot trimmings. .new flint where they will always ro Breatho Hyomel .an irulseptlcjj'air
Nelson for 135. during tno Civil war and participated mortgage. 11 you are in need ot inonayi uniform, rntn tuo uriaesmaius wun. 1110 inning 100m was ucauiuui nun
ifislSalllo Uontry was called to In several bard fought battles. ' will loan you up tp 40 per cont of Uio'kowhb of yellow trimmed In blue here the bride's table bad covers ti-
t.envet drecn to attend the family Ocneva Is nctunliy growing bo fast valuo of your land. For further par- came In singly; Miss Cornelia Cordon I twenty-lour. Tho center piece was
of A. C. Bowder. The entire family tliat houses are occupied boforo thoy tleulara write to Q. II. Swlnobroad,
KVen Shanklln, of Muysvillo, Miss pink crepo do chine over itiebsailno. pie. lie tmd P. WlUnp my former' y .".".".".'."".I llioiiln
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nro flnlshod. There are not enough Attorney, 1-ancaster, Ky,
colve courteous and carqlu! attention, aa pure, pleasant and 'LelTngV the
I request nn oarly settlement of all jiinoa In the Adirondack?, (luaran
duo tho old firm". AIT accounts and (cod by Penny's Drug Store to end
md, Miss Margaret McChord, Misses Mary 11 lurge plaque ot yellow roses and (books found at the drug store. W. IL, (ho, misery of' catarrh. Complete out
tf. 'Pello Hobson and Virginia Nuun, wiui ferns. Knclrcllng thfb wero crystil OTJannon. 28-8 tlt il? Uatra- bottles an cents.