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The Stanford Interior Journal.
. VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 34.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1911.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
j&F!jn3iit -s&BSSfaW ''""
ILA HOLDAM DIES
SUDDENLY IN CHICAGO
NEWS RECEIVED HERE OF DEATH
OF POPULAR LINCOLN COUN
TY YOUNO LADY.
No8 lecclved hero Monday morn
ing of tint death In Cluicago Jf Allss
Ha llolilniu, who, for several -ars,
has been n nurbfi m the Michael Hoes
hospital in Chicago. Wo .Iclalls were
iw'chcil iimceruing tliu ilralli, ii tele
pram comln her fiithei 'n
Hold mi, if CiiiIi Orchard, whu with
Mm tloidsln hap,) ie.l C i' hero
thai ilitjr, sntd Allss lioiilaiii had died
M Ul'fnl) It B ll'IWtl AC 'l Unit
nil, was r uniform trom lumrt dlseake
'i if i s.i..vi nt .! iteiith re
milted fnxn n stroke of thnt liuttiro
' s Iloldr utiPinlid S'oiifori! Fc
I it- t'dllug. IIOIO It 11111. lilt' of JIIIIM
"t,'t tinil grj-iklllPtl l llIIO'S 'llO
is , ver, .r- it 'iiik wonuin. . I
iiisde u gienl mint) friends III Htnn
ford Slid decided to taint up nursing
nd went lo Chicago and tM'k P"
.ml eoiirne. IliilihiiiR with highest
honors She wax preparing to take
n medical (oursc In Johns Hopkins
I'lilverslt) Mt Iwltlnioro. having ihaii
tlcsted such splendid uhlllt) In UiIh
1 he decenfed who ulinut ii year
l ge She whh a daughter of Mr
I F lloldnm by his tlrst wife, who
Mtr a daughter ol )r Al Al Door,
or Crab Orrhnrd hhe Joined tin
ilaptlst church In earl life mid w 'i
a Inlthrul. consistent Christian. Tho
remaltik wll nrrle nt Crab Orchard
tonight, nnd the burial will take
plie Wednesday afternoon after ser
vices nf the homoT Air lloldnm nt
ithroo o'clock by Mr. J. C. .McClnry.
Base Bay Today -
STRONG ST. MARY'S TEAM
PLAY STANFORD DOYS
Vho strong St Mar)'ri College baso
ball team, which Is accounted one of
the fastest nines In this part of tho
state, will come here this, T-R'sday,
alttomoon lor o game :VH,nt.r Uio
Stanford High School tune Plan
are being made by the local fans
to make this n big occasion for the
boys .NVarl) all of the business
men of town have agreed to close
i up their stoies from two oel.ick to
half past live to permit their em-
lojet an opportunity to nttend the
panic, and It Is b.inl that the b.inil
wi I be gotten out to stir up Inter-
' est in tho aflolr. A cracking gotxl
'Hall game Is assured nn.l lue irowd
present Is expected to be tho largoti
nf tho season tlo ort -in I r3"t ior
the home tetam (laii.e will be ea I
ed prouiptly nt three ilcloiK.
REV. JAMES M. COOK.
1 te Just learned, und that wtu
a deep and profound touch of s)in
lathy of the "following to sleep" of
the very rightly rewnrd James Al
Cook of tho Highlands. And I beg
space in )our good piper to la) this
ir.bute of lore upon tho grave.
lie wan one of God's, noblemen
"Poor In hus world's goods as most alt
ministers are but rich In grace nnd
good works". Ho was Croesus In
the gllt-edge securities of tho kingdom
of fi'od. Ills life was Indeed a sitcred
i talisman, nnd his Influence a boy
Lencdictlon In tho community In
hlch ho labored nnd 1 shall sertaln
'lj miss him when I xlslt again tne ol
folks nt home.
Ho farewell "old aoldler or !
cross," farewell You have won C
woll fought day and answered to tho
lust bugle call or earth, nnd you sleep
to night upon the battlefield Peace
b.f to thy memory, nnd restful thy
slumbers. Sleep on "man of Cod.
t-leep on In the white city or the dead
with those whom you ln your own
nlnlstrv have committed to their last
testing places," and there to nwnlt
the final resurrection, tllurlous In
feed shall bo thy making, nnd trliimr
and thy entrv when tho pearly gates
unfold lou flnll not be forgotten
when thu Lord shnM inako up his
H It. MILLS
WARNING TO RAILROAD MEN.
!.' S llncon. It Mast St, Hath, Me,
seiulB out thin warnlnc to ratlm-incm-"A
(onductor On tho rnllroid, , ev
woik caused n chronic Inflammntloii
il he kidneys, nnd I was mlseinble
nnd all plaxcd out A friend advertis
ed Foley's Kidney Pills and fiom the
lilav I commenced taking them, I lie-
'utii to regain my strength The In
f tlammatloii cleared and 1 am far bet
ter than I havo been for twenty )ears
The weakness nnd dlzrr spelln ore a
tliiiigit or tho past nnd I highly recom
mend' Foley Kidney Pills." Hhngnrs
Switzerland U to Have women
preachers, Tbe syndol Council of the
H anion ot Orlso had j;i)inted the
PROVES A DIG HIT WHEN PLAY
ED AT CRAB ORCHARD
Crab Orchard, May I,
Tho three act comedy "llro. .lonlah'
was presented to a Urge nnd npprecln
tire atidlcnco nt Crab Orchard Spring
hotel lust Thursday night lor the bene
fit of Crab Orchard llaptlbt rliureh
M.i.l li.. nnil .urn .if .f !. luit fi.il
...It. .III! 111 I1 HUH. , 'I III tii .. .....a . -..
The piny Is one which nppoati
strongly to real life, Its tinubliw itinl
n row s interiuliiKleil with lb plens
ures as well emulating n imir.il which
would in.inc IHo'h pathway more con
spletititis for the nbsenre of Its thorns
Instead of Its roues. The cnin of
(bnrncter wns wiltniny Rheii nnd
each suited his or her pnrt.
Al. M. I'erklns as llro. Josluh wns
loudly applauded nnd was . wholo
how- within himself Win Robinson
w. a lit.lml wenllhv cltv brokoi
.id the rn) Inlr added much to his
dignlflutl Mate) uppnaraiice.- IU.iJs
ilIii Jlutler portra)e,l b) Tettu lla)H
kept ln.ighl.iK trom Ktart to fin
l.l It Al Vis! or iMack) could not
I., Mirimswd III tils rol of the Ml-
1f.Hi and he looked so han.lsoi.io thst
nil tne girls lost their heart- eespeeli.I
I) whet, he made love to (!la,l)s
cofiipunleil liv plnlntUe muslo. Tom
llu)K Ilrounugh was ekpeulaily good
hk the rising oung ni.::ior and was
tmusunliy handsnuie Prof. Kxcrett
wiih perfectly nt ease mid thoroughl)
up In IiIh part, mnking us feel proud
tn l.mm that he ll reiiinln with ii
next )ear as our efficient principal
nf Hi.. C'rnli Drrluiril i-rnili.,l m IumiI
Thos Moore Is perfect In portrn)al
of negro dialect and crented fun for
nil .Miss Clara Collier was extreme')
ln'.itiUful and noted Krfectly her pan
of the proud wife of the city broker
1'carl Collier made quite a hit oj Jem
nilney In her most nniuslng mj Allsh
Ku'thrlne Allddleton as usual display-
rJ neat dnimntle lilent mid w.ih
at her best as Gladys while Airs M Al
I'erklns wns conspicuous for ler per-
feet naturalness and ease before the
lcxJJiKhtr Music rendered by tiw
orchestra was fine and much eiiJo)cd
nlso the solo Him: by Allss Sue Heth
James In a charming mnnter v-.ni. high
ly appreciated by all Alr J V. Ilol
dam felt fully repaid for her untiring
ifforts In making ll a first class en
Christian Endeavor Union
TO HOIO ANNUAL CONVENTION
IN LEXINGTON THIS WEEK
111 Ala) -1. t, C, 7, the kcnttick
Ciirlstlnu Endeavor I nloii will hod
Its annua! convention nt l.exliigluii
in Ctntral Christian e lurch and the)
are looking forward to the greatest
re'lglous gathering ol )ouilg people
ever hi Id ll. the blite. Lexington
Endeavors have done all In their pow
er Jo make the convention u micccmi
and some of the best tpcHikers 1u the
Mate and neighboring stateH rife on
the program Spei lal railroad rntea
l-iixc been granted nnd nil registered
delegates will be given board nnd
lodging In Lexington home free ol
charge. Tickets will also be given
admitting them to the
truck meet of Lexington High
Hchools conducted by Ti'.us)!iuiJ;'
University on Saturday Al:iy tith.
wnlch wl'l bring hundreds of )oung
people Into tho eh) on that day Al. C.
1". Kvnns, 500 W. High St. Lexington,
K)., chairman of convention commit
tee, will bo glad to give any Informa
tion concerning convention.
A;spedal from Lexington, lud., sa)s'
Pints Vlnlug. a farmer, that repoifji n
strange occurrence In his barnyard.
For years ho Ins owned a big b'rliidle
Tola cnt, which formed a strange at
tachment for a fat speckled hen. The)
tan nbout tho )iird to gcthor and weie
the best of friends. Tho other day
Mr, Vlnlug went to 1.U tool holse to
get a pick, lie found tho hen on the
nest mid tho cat near by keeping com
m,y A fow Ua8 la,er "u wwrt "'
tho toolhousn again and found the hen
dead and the big cat m the nest. A
few ila)s later Air Tom I niched out
tvolvo liealthty chicks, which follow
him nil over the )ard. ami when ho
lies down the little ones warm them
selves with his shaggy coat.
STARTS MUCH TROURLC.
If'nll people knew that neglect nf
constipation would result In severe c
digestion, )ellow Jaundice or virulent
liver trouble they would boon tnlte
Dr. King's Now Life Pills, and end It
It's tho only safe way. Ilest for bill
ousness, headuche, dyspepsia, chills
Xind debility 23 cents nt Penn)'s
WILL HELP FARMERS
AND CLEAR EXPOSITION WHY
THE TRUSTS ARE OPPOS
ING THE TREATY.
(lly Clyde II. Tavcnnerl
Washington, May 1st
Dorkcy W. Shnck'cfor?, of Al Ikhimii I
ft ttllttlllPr flf
He Ways and Means
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cotiitnittee of tho HoiiBe, has prepnr -
0(1 no of tn" "",Bt ll.Jniliiallng let -
H rs on the subject of reciprocity that
hns appeared Iho dooumeiu Ihihciiiis
ed much discussion mining iiiembnrn
' t ongresi nnd is to bo widely cir-
Tho lumber trusts nnd papor trusts
nro wnKl"K "erce flKht ncnlnst re-
clproelt, says Air Sliaikloforit The)
ro rnnklng desperate efforts to get
ln '",,"' 1" )" "" "m,ri""riHiKle(i In .i row The close t.l the
P"Ile the) hae enlisted fl pH . . .ip,.,!,,,- raln
P'" "l"r" clroilalo nmoiiR tho fnr
"'"" ny ir) to mnse me .nrn.eri
,',,Io" ",nt '" r""" " ,h,? ,arlfl
' ,,', mm ,,,n" ll " falr "lnrkt,t
I1"' f(,r '"', P'"1
l'n"h,I l" ,ar,'f wVr" "P"
"P""""1 'mr P''"c'' ""''' ln '"n
w '"' url,t tt,,lc" "l"'"
"" ""' ." - ..-
'"i"J '" "" "h'.,..-... Kl.-l-..
tie two countries to tnodlly both tar
iffs with a view to moro extern
A lanie trade has grown up be
tweeii us mid Canada,
ending .lime ".lull, In
In tho years
eoods if nil'
VS sold In Canada
. . $SS.117,:t7&
Canada sold to us
Ditlerence In our ftmir . JI'.C.IiOJ.TOJ
Any country which bi)s Irom us
more than It sells to us Is a good
lontiti) to trade with. No tariff
..ill should stand between us and
rul-h ll country.
Government btatUtics for the five
enrs ending June JO also stow theso
Canada sold to us .. L',"4y,'J0l
vve sold In CnnadJ H,17L',U75
Dlflereiuo In our favor
. . l.l'.i't.T'.'t;
We fold In Canada . ..
Canada sold to us . . .
llillereme in our favor
V.h'AT AND 1)AIH
We sold ln Canada .. ..17,011,017
Canada n)ld to 111 ... '.Ol.lUt
DiMereiKo In euir favor . .? ti,jii,U;
c sild in Canada . . 5S1.51ti;ir,,(J
Canada sold to us . ... C.t'ii'J.SM
f.lllerence 111 our Invor .JJl.'MC.tlT-'
Km asK wny innaua i.ivors reap-
loeltj If It Is to give us the best of it
on these products. The answer Is
rtri-t. the Canadian tniill is mtdJ
to the price which the Canadian con , baRKCr to ,Hr h.lu ,ht. .ja striking
Mimei must pa Canada desires lo,nu Htalu, far ou, ot 1pwls- reach
l.lieve her people irom Mils uxun, FrorlBg botU Dozier and AlcChrty.
Pr'Cl' Coleman was quickly killed by
Second. Canada Is wl litis to take ,. . .hniu. , ,hirri U,,M ....
her tarllt off ot the. goods which we
M'JI ""r " in turn Asfa '" "r,
inrill on O! me paper , piup
tttirilii... MMi uhn .1 w itii lr fmr tnr. '
' ' "
li: uaiimt tneso prouucis were renwvj
ed she woukl sell Ui a still larger
uiiiiiunt ot timber products than hho
now iu us. How could that hurt
tne American larmer:
Who, then, wou'd be hurt by reelp
lodty? I will tell you The lumber
trust and the paper ttust. Hecln
rocity would bring Canadian lumber
nnd appear here to bo so'd In coiupet'
Ion with tho American lumber and
paper. This would give the Ameri
can people cheaper paper, and tho
runner cheaper lumber to build houses
and hums. So ou see. xvhy It Is the
ti lists are making frantic efforts to
defeat reelpioclty. 'Ilwy desire to
,ioM (( 1KJllllloy of tll, Aim.rlcail ,,,,
am, iMiw ,mlrkctB U tllt fnr,
liter bo of good cheer. He Is not tho
Icllow who will bo hit by leeiproclty,
He will be helped. The lumber trust
mid the paper trusts nre tlo ones who
, wllll feel tho weight or this measure.
A FATHER'S VENGEANCE.
Would have fnllsn cm. nnvone who nt
tacked tho son ol Peter lloud), ol t
Soutl llnckwood, Mich, hut he vwisi
powerless beforo aitadvs of Kidney
Ironb e "Doctors could not help him "
lie wrote, "ki nt last wo gave him
KiMetilc Hitters and ho lmprovd won '
del In lv Irom taking six bottles Its
tho best Kldrev medicine I ever srvv
loss of appetite, warn of Mitney tro.i
llacknche tired fiellng, nervousness
ile t tin piny end In dropsy, dlnhetci
if lltlght's d'seui" rJewarc; take!.
Electric Hitters nnd be s'ife, Every.
le guaranteed CO cents nt Pen-
ny's Drug St"r
STANFORD CLEANS UP
WITH LONDON BOYS
8UE BENNETT MEMORIAL BALL
TEAM EASY PICKING FOR
HIGH SCHOOL NINE
'the Stanford IIIkIi bchool bate ball
team made up for Its two recent do-
feats nt the hands of the strong $or-
mat and thu Central University t'lubi
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iby smothering the nine from til- Sue.
' llennott .Memorial Institute nt Lon -
'ilon here Saturday nlternoon by tho
tuno or 10 to 0. And the scoru should
,ac been oven larger In fao'. of
,omo bojh Ono or two glarilih rr
lor8 m cnliral stages lot II ilhuors'
MU1 h0eial tn lies to which iney
wt.a, , ,,nltltH( though In the
niuiU nnlllK tllly 8arned their on!)
rcwm h) rappliig Umbry for sernl
(OWMor vUc1 ,,, ,ho )R, ,,, t0,
hnndle, so Hut Stanlord''s craik (wirl
tf ....Ii?. I... . ........ ...I fni. lt.. nnna
.1 iiiiioi nt- i-Al lirvil l.ii mr iiiia.
wiiH li til. lsltors gae him in th
closing SMiiin of the contest He
more than made up for It b) his torl
d.iritig the early stages of tho giinie
three corking singles Soiuetl.lng of
a tecord lor u twlricr.
Another locnl pln)er dlstiiigultlied
liinit-eir in the game and that was rfto-1
I hen Dozier. who plnjed at shortstop
Wallace Singleton being out of th." ,"" ,uv """' -" uuBU.i
game u.tl, an abscc.s or the mouth. M- Doz'
i I'nl-lo turn inlln.1 ...i nn It.
l lxzlT fielded his position like a et
. ...tyS,aia,U7Seran, and In the fourth Innlug cut ulfj
what seemed tagged for n certain bin
gle oil Hardin's bat. by running tar
back of short and pulling down a fly
j In his gloved hand. The youngster
'was ghen quite a round of applause
for his swo'l play. It Is prooable
that when Singleton gets back Into
the game h will be placed at second
nnd Dozier will be kept lit shot I
nnd henceforth Waters will continue
Ho work at third Coleman who lied
down the second bag dalurda) will
go to the field again, ab l Is putting
,up n ragged fielding game, though he
lilt the pill hard Saturday. Two mulls
of thrown balls from Penu) howevei
?ost heavily, and a fly w hlch )oungC)
Anderson let get through his hands
also went for a couple of scores. And-
erson was pla)lng bib lirt-t regular
pnme, and showed well on his other
chance' twinging tight to a long tl)
In the fifth which helped The vis
ilors pln)cd a nice clean game but
were clenri) outclassed. The tin owing
ol their catcher Charley Jones to
t.ihes was exceptionally good and
their team work was firt-t class
htanionl piled up tv.o scores igut
' off ,e Twl ttlll,n TmtIc lwrT,u d0
l(,r-s loni; fl) , rlj.,lt aIl,.r ,,.rh
had walked. An Curt v was safe on
AliCurty was safe on
fielder's choice Deeb throwing Wnters
out al third. Coleman broke up the
i b slummlnK a Bcreamlng two-
u. ... d ., who
given a life, died a tew seconds later'
.uhn h .t,ni,rt I,. ImrL-larLn sec
! . ,
Stanlord made one more in the third
d t0 o 8to,o secom, anj
ied by WaU,f8 co,umg
,, ,. uu .., hV in ,.
" .. v ". . .' ' ' ""'-'"
iiaruin. ciur atnieteb iook one more
In tbe tilth when Dright got safe on'
llardin'a muft ot his grounder; wat,
advanced when Dees laid one against
AndeikonV ribs and scored on Em
bry's second lilt of the aiiy luiother
drive to left.
It looked like ti shut out until thn
Embry's Famous Wind-up.
,.,, .. i,,, .i,i, ,w .,. n,i u1
, , . ., . .
men on bases Anderson muffed Sip -
pes long fly. Hoth .Ackon as-" Jai.rcTt'iJ rounllcs and cities.
pur Jones loiind Embry for singles,
but Hidings forced Jackson at tho
plato on a fielder's choice, the decis
ion being a close, one, and McCartr
making a flno stop and throw to the
plat. Embry fana4 Lewis, and Slp
ple popped to left, Cy proving a sieve
and Jones and Hidings romped In.
Our boys set tbe all back howov-
cr In the seventh round, when they
knocked Decs from toe box, Uo en-
tiro team batting nround. Hill led
off with a slnglo oxer second baso
l,u-t waB forced at sccona on Drlght's
'drho lo Hidings. Jackson fumbled
Anderson's grounder, and IJmbry hit
safely to left again scoring UrlghL
i Waters bliol a fly to center which
'Jones lot getaway and Anderson and
Carty wab called out on strikes and
Coleman rapped safely to left push
ing Waters over tho pan. Penny
cracked one against the scboolhouso
'In right scoring Dozier and Coleman
makiug six runs In all that inning,
md then Dees retired and Krqi.
Lewis who caine Into tho box from
hit fanned Hill.
The visitors got three more In the
ninth by bunching lilts. Slpplo led
olf .vlth a double to right which
liright lost In the buggies. Hardin
and C. Jones were easy outb, but Tut
:iu walked, and Dees tollowed with a
single oxer second sco.-mg Sip. Hid
ings tried hard by a pop up to Embry
ended the game.
Waters 3L 1'
Poller ss a
McOarty lb 1
Coloiuan 2b 4
Pennv c 'J
urn if t
llnght rf 4
Anderson If a
Embry p 4
- iif " y " If
Nothing Got By Dozier
R H PO A
2 0 1 3
1 1 U 1
1 1' 1 1
.0 1 It) 0
0 2 0 0
2 3 13
JO 10 10 27 11 f
AB R H PO A E
, ,nlwtl .
)ijjncs Bh '.
. . ..
Slpplo lb 4 1
llnrdin 3b 4 0
C Jones t 4 0
Dees p &
8 21 13
."...'(."J'n'ot'Aprll 21th. The brlde u ono-
v x vi w u wvr-tv
. --"- - -. v-.t".". "-""'
Anderson Kmbry 3. J. Jones. Hiding.
Two baso hits.- Coleman, Sipple.
Sacrifice hits. Waters.
Double playc Hardin jnl Sipple,
Dozier, Coleman -nnd AlcCarty.
Hits off Deeb 9 In 7 Inning rft
Lewis 1 in 1 inning.
Struck out by Embry; a by Dees 0,
by Lewis 1.
Ilnses on balls. Embry 3: ott Dees
lilt by pitcher. b) Dees Anderson.
Time or turn,. 2 hours: unmlrw
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Penny Attendance 3b0.
..,.. IH.....I.I,.. .mi
MONEY TO LOAN.
On Lincoln county aims, In any
-,, n-- T . .
iUIIUUIli UIUI fU,VUV HUIU Ui mirjiusi
.r 12 per cent. Tcini, G jcara. with
privilege tc pay after one )car. First
rioftgage. If )ou nro in ueed of money tlon ,0 tho Urug UU8,ne8g, , hM0 BOlu
will loan you up to 40 per cent of tlio'niy ntm.gt , tne Now stanlord i)rK
value of our land. For further par- COi to j, Vtt 1rjant a rcKi8tered ,)har
tlcularu wrlto to Q. II. Swlnobroad.1 maclgti tt,. knottn to stanfuld peo.
Attorney, Lancaster. Ky. 25-tr. plo; Ue ,, Vt VNi NVnJpp lnj. rormor'
- t partner will continue, tho business at
The Kentucky Court or Appeals de-itno bamu oW HtuIU, lhanltlng tno pt.
cldod thai whisky storage accounts pIe f0r tner Ubera, patronage and ask
nro subject to a state tax. A a result Jng lltem t0 COntiuuo same with the.
dlbiuenea must pay taxes nggrcgui
Ing IjOO.OOO for tho la: flvo )ears
nnd will hereafter have to oav an an.
,., .., n-h .M.m, win
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be distributed bctweeu tho states and
MISS MARY KENDRICK
OF GIRL'S DECLAMATORY CON
TEST TO REPRESENT STAN
FORD AT TOURNAMENT
Tho winner of tho girl's declares-'"
tory contest, ho!d In tho opera hcuro
last Friday evening, was illss
Mary Kcndrlck Duddorar, a rcprescn
latlvo of tho freshman class, nna
daughter of Air nnd Mrs. S. K. Dud
derar. Miss Dudderar's declama
tory entitled "Gazelle and tho Swan,"
was a beautiful story of tho capture
of a beautiful American girl by the
Algerian Pirates and her subsuiiuent
escape. The manner ln which UiU
young lidy pictured hu girl's im
prisonment, her sufferings nnd loyal
ty to her deliverer after the escape
showed her extraordinary talents and .
The winner for second place wa
even harder to pick than the first, but
after a ha'f hour of parteying, the,
judges Mes'srs. W. H Shanks, J. U.
Paxton and 0. D. Florence, pavo their
decision ln favor of .Miss Ella War
ren. The Judges decision In both case
beorucd -to give general satlsfaetlun
K these young ladles deliver their
declamations at tho tournament at
Springfield, as they did Friday even
ing, there Is little ooubt but that
they will be winners In the girl's sen
ior dec'amatory contesL A beautiful
whistling solo by Allss Iierta Jean Pen
ny, the chorus by the high school
by Allsses Ballou, Haney nni Carpen
ter, by Pror. Ireland, and the rah rah
rah boys tvero greatly enjoyed by th
crowd who heard the declaimers.
DIES AT CRAB ORCHARD AFTER
i. Crab Orchard, .May 1st
FroV llolman, son or Mrs. Claudia
Holmanafter a long il'ness died Sun
day morning at 10:J0 Fred was a
cood noblo boy. He was about 18
)ears or age. He was so patient all
through 'his Illness in spite of hli
E ( Mirterlng. Tho tuneral service was
liconducted at the grave Monday atter
'noon by llro. Livingston, in the pres
"Jeuce or a very large crowd. Fred
had many warm friends. His tirothers
- Newman of Jelllco, and Charley, did
u not reach homo until Fred had passed
0 Allss Leila George of Somerset is
l' visiting Air. W. E. Perkins and rami
'" ' Iv.
Air. Tom Collier nnd brido arrived
home Aionday. They returned to
Louisville Thursday where they will
I make t7u'lr tuture home.
1 Wc regret to give up Hev. Kimball
I and'niraliy. They left Wednesday for
H, their" 'fiew home at Fain lew.
0, "MYsrA!'S. Price, or Stanford Is vis
. Iring.'tttends here.
-I . ASHLOCK COLLIER.
I Miss" Kathleen rtshlock daughter of
0 Mr. njjd,Ar8. J. It. Ashiock. of Eliza-
Ibctntown and Airs Thomas 0. Colllei
Kon of Air.- and Airs. J. II. Collier .or
Crab Orchard were quietly married at
i thn hnmA nf thn hrMa tn ih nltai..
of Ellzabtthtown's universal favorites
Tho'grocvn for tho past Tour years his
held a lucrative positilon with Uia
I. ft N., R. H. iu Louisville and Is a
lyoun man of moral habits .tnd stinda
I :.- , . ... fc. u..
high not -only tn his home. Tbe hap
py pair will make their home In Loubv
Wre tn Bangor ,Me., cajsed a Iobs
I , .
UN THE WAKE OF THE MEASLEb-
The llttlo son or Airs. O. 11. Pal
mcr. Little Hock Ark., had the meas
les. X''o result wns a sovcro cough
end It grow worse and he could not
si eep. Sro says; One bottlo or
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
completely cured him nnd ho has nov
ll'r uevn I'uuinni Biuie. w
. .. i. ... , , ,i
Ing cough, measles cough nil )leld to Vf
Foloy's Honey nnd Tar Compound,
i Tho genuine Is In the )ellow paok-
;nf0 anlway"' , ".eJu, s"1""1"'''
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION!
Uelng unab!o to givi, rroticr atten-
new firm where they will alwais 10
celve courteous and careful attention.
I request an early settlement or all
duo the old firm'. AH accounts and
books found at the drug store. W. It.