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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 36.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1911.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
MORE GLORY FOR
STANFORD HIGH SCHOOL
TRACK TEAM WINS ALL HONOnS
AT DIO MEET IN LEXINO.
Negroes Kill Officer
LEDANON AND MOD COMES
NEAR OETTINQ THEM. .-
U-hnnon, Ky., May I,- I'ollremnn
John a ltolmy wta killed by James
i lluckncr timl .lesne Smith, negroes,
HITS THE BULLS EYE
IN SPEECH ON RECIPROCITY AND
FARMERS' FREE LIST IN
HOUSE LAST WEEK.
SHAKES HANDS HERE,
Lt...ri lll.-l. D..l...,.l ....l..i..l...l
miimimi mw UW,P 8nniln) whea ha ana taking
Km rapulntlon ir suprnmcy In nth', .......
lelle. ..u.,11,,. n. I...II... hv wlnnm ,,m" " '"" ''"W Smith hold
the liitorschotnstlc truck meet In Claw '' policeman whl lltickncr slabbed r'n-o 1.1st Mil,
Congressman Helm mail's 'a great
lilt last week with lila speech in Dip
House on Reciprocity and Farmers'
Ilu paid a tilting trl
PROMINENT DEMOCRAT MBET8
MANY F.RIEJJDS Ofi, SHORT
, VISIT TO LINCOLN
" COUNTY.' '
iMattlo and Mary Lee aro nt homo af
tr a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Iko Dunn
I of Lexington. M. 'I-. H. Walker litis
bei-il Ylslllng rolntive lu is'lchoiasvl.lo
Mrs. J. II. Davis, of Vamixi, I'la., 1
licro with her mother, Mrs. Silas Ann
ley. Kldor F. M. Tinder left .Sunday
afternoon tor tho Christian Kndoavor
AGENT FOR APPAMS.
POPULAR DANVLLE NEWSPArrn
MAN TO DOOST CANDIDATE
William Aililnno .r i't,hii,i,, .
.......! ... t . . ., .. !. ' " Wi".UIII,VWU
-"""'. '"i.-.". ''" l- Is running a3alnt .McCreary for tho
United Stntcs Kunatop Thomas II. Dalley and llttlo daughter Mario are Democratic nomination Tor g-ivemor
1'aynter was In .Stanford for sovrni'in mi.i,ii.i.. f . .i !tnni nt i, .,,.. ,..., ,..' .
I I. . . . . ..... . . .. . .. .. .. . . ("" ' '"" '" " - ...... .U.I.- - "V ........... KUDItlUIT, IUI IIU
II .eltle, or lo. limn 7.000 population) him IS if,, Smith wuh iiiKhl '"" '", C.K' "" " ;LTr , ? ... y T00!1' ?"" nook tire.. James Oaniett of Adair count,, dmB out advertising matter to
nt tho Tmnhnnlii Pnlvorslty but',,,, afternoon l.ldlnK In a .egro cabin ""f, n"'1 '" ""' '""l.urn hands with many of ho leading ". A..orn,.v i:,mi h.'""- counlrr nowmmpen, all over tlio
Saturday. Thoy i plumed homo that , ... .... .,. . ,. ,., to """ -'-- ..,.., .,. u.c- ,ot who nappcncu u oo on mo - -- '" ' . tato. Owen Mclntno. ono ..r tho
nlaht brhiirln Iroph-ea of their pow, " "' "l ,h"U' ,f T. , r " . K"ukr "norratlc larllf chm,l.' 8,reet8. Senator Pnyntor drove ovruecn tho guest of Mr. ana Mrs. J. . ,.dltor8 of lh(J My f (J .
,...1 .unu,i nnu pmceci mo -ftiar-eyea uouiiohh di from nanvllio with Attorncyn llolioit Sweeney. .Miss Kate Simpson Is in has been engaged as his press agent
ri (nt; Minuil nullum tfiiuti iiiwiu uiwiu uiu jinit Jlliruin nilll v. 1JHRI, IMH
ti iii; m imv iit, tinif (
Iniflng troph-wt of their pow-i
, ,, . .... ilch hin, hut police (hie
itcltMimti Hlvor i up, a go!d med i
ami Hiirtiir liurnam, rusn
)lh f Ilutttonvlllo visiting .Miss Josslo low- 'nud'wlll write and send out much of
(he mattor boosting Addamu' candid
ncy that it to be furnlshcil to tho
-rrs a hf.li
i.I fiul HltltntiH oalnri.
. . . . . .... I Itcllta lf. fl.ilnf.tifitrnt.tl thrlt Hi., tnr. U'lirin. nr.. umMii frlnn.la f th .tnlAO.I
Prof Ireland iook owr n loiirmen cr 10 loiiisviiic. ...-.. ..- .. ........ ...... . .., -, c) M(gs IJclt0 Wog, nn3 rtlurnw
learn compel of Harris Coleman.) wkWr waK niU!ht tllU PVenlngl,,r ',w not lncno tho price r farm man. They say that practically the
Wallace Singleton. Mike Penny and1,,,,,, , ' , " A orowi, atomlC(1 "ro,,uc0'' c,,e,,Thu l". ,"" o-'entlre bar of Danville Is for Paynter " tt vlsl ta lr sister Mrs. (.corgo
Wesler Hmliry ami they easily won siormcti ri)tary of Arglculturo and other repub- and ngalnit Jamoa and dcclnro that Robinson or Danville.
ilu. me.-t over nine cither tenuis' renro- Ul" l"-'80"' n,l(I wllll, f"-" Mayor. Coun llcan authorities as recent convorts he will carry tho county for Hoyle. ' .
senllng tho I.ouUvllbt Tnilnlng SehcKil ) Attorney, ahd prominent cltlrtns l" th" old dcmocnitlc doctrine that Senator Paynter found some or the ,
UI...H...II... nii. ci.fw.i ijiwn.nrn.iiiiiii.Bimi m ih. nw.i. m i.,t ,i, i.... tho Mirplus fixed the price of farm local democrata for him and Borne i
-I IM III I- I tin" .'Vll'-'l ....--. I'l ' " ! ftiwu n HV HUT in i -
burg I limit 8rlit.nl. Andert.011 County (Jike Its eoiinM., Iluckner whh Hllppwl Iir"ll"- doscrlbed the now re- ngalnst him. Ho made n gool Impres- PFNIMA1M PnTPONPH 'Addaras and his friends ar(. to
JUiIAM 1 Vbll v llLltv 1 rnfirrnf lllntrt.l iinnn anM...l
! ELECTROCUTION OF
High SclrWil. Kmlnfiuv High School, tint and alfto nished to liilisrllle. !uiicnii uuciruie m a lunu 10 c.ncrni.Mi upon an nun cxpresseu wo lie
ivntliliitm IIIeIi School. Threlkeld Ho- Mayor Snaldlng called the cm r,t r prwliictloii and fair prollt as trmlnatlon to return hero nt a future
Urt SrhiNil or Mehohuollle. Stanford ,t.ounrll In npeelal seselon early this ",0 Ml1"" oM 'lo''0 r protection for(dato before tho primary and make ELECTRIC CHAIR NOT PEADY AND ,ocy,
wen n mini of S7 wilnf. In th.. meeL morning and a reward turn offered lot '"f1'1" Indiistilcs" with u sugar coat a speech. It la understood that Con-) PRISON OFFICIALS FAIL TO
her nonrest competitor being tho An ; the rapture of the iimn. !ovrr ''" "o 'said that tho position of greRsman Olllo James, who Ih running
(Ursoti County High School with 22 t.or Wlllron later lacrciseil tho ll",K0 n,Kl1 Prlestii of protectliin, Can- "gainst Panter for the scnatorship,
1-2 lHilnu. ' amount. """ Mamuand Dalzell.was an jmieuKlll mako a speech here at nn (early
Stanford would liavw won fUII All day crowds were parading th a """"n'r signal to him as the red lljjlit , datc
vorfced too hard lu the morning. He UrcctM antl for n tlmrv a race riot " '" rnllroad track waii to the en-,
country newspapers. .Mr. Mclntyro
has it ado quite a reputation as a
press agent through tho tlno work ho
Las it.cn doing for the (Tnuinnatl
Southern railroad company, sn-1 .Mr.
congratulated upon securing nucn a
first class booster to push hit candid-
Kveobofly busy iilnntlng torn.
won the -prcinnlnnry 'races utj 100 was reared
yards and 210 'yards wlllu se. Im.j
trim umilile to antnick or extend blw
tall lu the forenoon and finished mt-
ilde or tho moBoy The eentH and
Itie winners weir
iUO-Vard Dssh lliulsnn, Kmlaonco, rH k mi the Mil it 9 j.ound lx.
won IN X-6 hitoikU; Mll.wr, lw.
leneebHrg. fweoml; Hlngletun. Stan
Mtwrt pHt Col(sii. Stanrod, won,
VI lMt S ! lcbrti
lie produced first hand evidenco to
show that the Irelght rates Irani Cun.i
iMbii points to Central Kentucky
points were nn lnurmminUbl pro'
Horn, to the wife of Fnfrls PlUpat- lection to Kentucky, and showed thai
Lancaster, .May 8.
Robert llurusltlc bought a combined
r.iare or Walker Klannery for JU0.
Wnuolu the little daughter of .Mr.
the balame of trade on farm product and .Mrs. Archibald IVohouse, of liar-
STANFORD PLAYERS SHOW
TWO OVER COVETED.
Slierilf L. AicCarty ireturncl ,
from Kddyvlllo Sunday whero he look '
Shay Penmnn, tho local mgro for exe-1
cutlon, but owing to th. Incnmpletlcn '
of the electric chair, tho infliction or '
the death pennlty had to ho postponoli
to a later date. Tor souv reason, or
negligence on tho part of some one, '
iiiiiriii iri nriv ii a ! n rn nnr ti, .
..w.... ...w...w ....o f,..;.. .. ..uuw..,n .VM . ... ... ... ... ...
cation that the electrical death doil- ' W u ,u u.u rauw
The game scheduled to be played
, by the Stanford boys aguinst the tenia
or th0 school for the icr at Danville
ot tlie local boys, who had
Nannfe bn sposi lust wek wlUi with Canada waa owrwholmingly In mtumtth diod after a short IIImmJ '"B. a',Imratl's was not rc,lt,v aml n' , Lexington on Saturday to ta'ke irt
er cousin ni7) i.Mabl,, Rankin at "' "'r- " 'l why the bwf lk- Mr. .,, Mr. 1)yolM)IISH taB untlI re. t loses-tho entire cost ot his trli I, tn t fe , hat too
.lournal'ln Sunday's 1 .,!ch w"k bcufor 'P'"1' ''"
isovornor Ull'son has1 ",0"snh,t ,ll0lr chancM u ,lmt
down there and return.
sue said that
granted n respite of 10
the oleclrlc clnir can e coirplelcd. , ra . ,T , ', . . ,
i. i i i i. ..n i , , . , , ,jers r tlio local team for th H
It is said it will be ready about July. ., ,, . ., . ...
' srow tliat Pitcher esev !;t
Two Good Jobs.
the price, and, entertulned a number of their -ung;GVEN 0UT By C0NGPESSMAN 'averages of tho players who hao tak
from Canadian friends Saturday afternoon from 2 to HEM TQ WELL KN0WN ,ou part in championship games aio
msrronim. era opp.weti me inn. ami sent meir cent v been residents of Ijinrabter
Mre .1 C. llauhln of Mnroellus was "H' walklnn daNiipttv aimmv and have much sjinpathy Bn taolr
over tf. see her daughter Mrs. Fits ,n" tl.' raisers lu op.oUion ti tht reat loss. 1
Qyrd Dash-Kavanaugh. Ander intrlck Siindsy. bill. He slwiwed by accurate data Meadatnea Rebecca Went and Fan-!
now dainty lllakt Sohod. woti 2-10 j. m. Rankin and mhi Smith vslUd "l exwrts of farm prod act a aio so me Fair"- were In Nichoasville for
r.; IMcbirn. Cynthlatm, aeennd. HwM V C. nunkln nt Prrrytllle Saturday ",r " excuae of Imports that the, tar- the W. C. T. U. Convention which
erase Kmlm-aee. thlnl. and Sundav. A. L. and A. C, Rankin IH 'wild not aTect the price uiaK. c'osod Tuewlay night after tome veiyl
2i-Yaril Daah llutUon, Kmlnne. Ultel tlwlr brother Ilall t .Marcel- ,n "ie broad ataleniunt that, rtith,lntretlng addrses.
w Jl Meonds: Mtlear. iJiwretic if SiiiHlny rain exceptions, tlio surplim of such MIsas Sadie and I'attie Anderson I
bwrg. second; Kiabry Stanford third. Mr. I.lndriijr Smith of Pulaski conn- producta tfinlndUril
Milollaan-llitjiiiJilu. Anderron conn tj Is with his undo Mr. A. L. Rankin. l"at freight rata
t High School, won 5:'.:t 2-r; MeKee Mr. t. V. Rnnkln visited Mr. and point wiik an Instiraacn to Kemuck , J. Tlw home Was decorated with cut
I HwronretoiirK. anoBiitl, llartlelt. And Mrs. Jns. McKocbnlo Sunday. . farmers against lower priceii intofnr flowers, and, dainty rorroshments lent
ti couat, third. I Mr. and Mra. Jsme-j McKechnlo will as toncaraa Canadian rompetltloa. much charm to the occasion.
Ird Jhih Htngletiin, Swnford. loae on tho 19th Inst. Tor a Mslt to 'I hat thf cost of labor la Canada, and ; Messrs. Conn of Danville, has rent
won. I'l feet S- linh, HnH Tantkold Ntlnnd They will H. gone sit hro are pnictlcally tho same, that cd tli0 Hemphll) building on tho cor
School aceoiK4; Coata. SU 'byvllle, t(vh, ,,r Wo nxinlhn. at Wlnneptic the market price ot ner of Lexington btrfOt and will open
thlnl. Sidney Dunlwr sold a Mno ly mail wheat was hlhur than at Ctilcam1 up a jhoe and clothing house.
R,Yanl laaH '".W-lutF: C'yrnJM- Tmrse lo Pr Locaa. of Ce.igla ror li-iiiis;iig The Paimeifc" Iro List .Mesdntnen It L. .McltoWrts and C.
una. wo, ." 15 w)ud; Mclhajor, jfo. j I'lll. he demonstrated how . manu'ae- C. lirown went as delegate to the
LewmneclHtr. oe.iid: lirown, Shel- turwtirf could anpT h Uirlfr as pro-Federation of Woman's curbs In
tyvtlk, third. THIS IS THE REASON fit with mathematical accuracy, and Louisville the past wek. .Mesdames
Ill.tMtnn THrfl.V- t'fltlltlinil. KlAlltfirfl Will' C!nlnti f:h. Itiaitran.n M..n tint In .wimaw, UFlfl. ullil.m. .Ild..,. ' T W Plmnra ntt,l r!An,n T Itnl.iiiLnn
... v, ........ .- , -... ..... ..u .iim.....w ..lull, mw ... .viivvi . ti i. m..... j u..v.r w. ... ......u.t. ...ia v.w.n " i.uuiiinuii . . . .. .. .,
wm. 113 fet 11 1-S incite.; SltmloUm rltw tho bunlnesa. Has all kinds of line to control the price and output; 'war0 also in attendance at this jMipu ! ' ' , a , c , r y'
c....,. .. ..,..i, .i..i!i i ...,, ... J .. .... ,..,..,.. u ...... . ..Jessamine Journal, of
wwitiwiij, wwiitH, ..... .r.-, ..w....t- iimiiniiuv vii.9n uipui, ptifiuptiy wiin w.iiiu iftu jfiriucr neiiwi lo ursiiH i. V..UU iiimsiiti. i j.e ruai revupuuu
Trakatna cImmi1. third. out diraiinL Special hoiae and mrilo lie to control either ootput, auality they received in the Falls City was
llmh Jama Singleton. Sunford, won life loilcies ?C r-cr ihuutlKd; rw or price of bis products, was complete highly appreciated the being given j
.. leot 4 S-t litchea; ltij.y. An.Uiri'Mi Irom any oauso. Insuraneo la a iiroteo ly at tha mercy of the manipulations automobile rides over the city and a1
ifHiHty, rwcend; Katauaiigh audKtaiiM tlon delay Is dangMious. Sew him at of tn board of trade oer tho enact- Hno banquet nt the Soelbnch.
tie tr third. once. wot f the farmer's fre list bl 1 - A. Arnold has announced hlmeii
Uoar.i llurdlea Kwina. 1 hrelkel.l wimld make piuMtlhln a total annual s a candlduti. for th office of County ,
vuM ill 2-6 seefiiida; Thelkcld, Tbrel GUM SULPHUR. MVing of 170,000,000, to the farmer Judgti or flarrurd, subject to the at-,
kv a, wMmd, Ktnbry Stanford, third. IKiok Cwtcli boiiKht m baled bay on a bill of th.- iirlncipal Itemj mad tlon of the democratic party. Mr. Ar I
Kc'ay Mace (lio .ia snort it mile of K. I King at 70 cunts. iiee of duty by the bill, and mid that nM la a very popular man and hit.
iUNltitd tl'enay. KhiIh-). Coiwuau. WIImhi Klna, soW a cow to Wbi. in his opinion, the data. If it could be 'many frienda are hoping and belie lag
WamtHon.) won 3:117 ; TiiMii.0111 um ior io. obtained wimld how that Ue enact- "" "8 win win.
tlhrell.eld. Kirklrlrl(, Smith, Slsddl A mad dote paetod bore last tk mm or the oili wou'd make a total' Ur- Walking of Chicago will deliver
socoad. mid caused wimn excltemeat by bit auntie) -vating to the consumer of otie one n'a ',n8 addrosH Tuowlsy een
Pole Vault-Mount jo). Andertm lug all dog, in Ita path. Twi dotf hniidred niiliioii dollars. evening on Temperance at tha Court I
(iHiiily wan, 0 teet 2 1-2 Inches; Kavn- were bitten at Mra. Sallie Kiittsrts . House. Ha comet under the auspices
naiiati, Anderson county, ut'Oiirt; Tap The tabid lauliif) wtm not killd. EADS CON LEY 'r t'w Iacntr W. C. T. U.
iliiHtBU, Threlkohl third MIhscm (Itiitilfli MrCaU and Katie aum Lfl Xiulm and Mr jauiMr J,rs- -Tobn K. Stormca entertaiupd
Jays - mil
The Imttlng aoragos of tho in tin-
leading with an .-ncrago of :;.;. lor
1 the games placed with First Uaseman
'Will .AicCarty next with Mi. Tho
A dispatch from Washington bays: 1 l;,I"ury
ltnnrnaenlutti.. llnrvnv Helm will or. i J,Ll-n,l
lor a position us clerk for thu commit
tee on expenditures in the war de
partment to Clarence Woods, tonuer
Major of Richmond, Ky. Tho salary
is Jisr. .per month. . ...
Ho has offered a deputy postmaster
ship by the House, a desirable po?b
editor ot Hi..
Mr. Carty will not be able to accept.
Lkuier . . .
Was A Confederate
CARROLL C. HUMBER DIES
Carril C. Humbtr, died at Crab I
Farmers have been cuite busy In
the past week planting corn, potatoes
.Mrs. George Padgett lontinuea eiy
Airs, llulnu carrier had a newie ut
tack of stomach trouble a few days
Chniles I)yo is suffering lroiu ton-
The work of Coleman In the weight Price wore uipocdkj jnioata of Mra. Conloy wro united1' lu marrlaito
eentK and Singleton In Imck and Snlllo Roberta. A alee rlslilug trip nn ;u Stoubenlllo Wediuduy April I'lindiiome home on Richmond Avenue
Held work wag icmnikiible. The or- Dicla ri.dr liad Imen p'uniiiMt. ' oth on the Church ground, Rev. Cor-1nG uot" was o.ulto inviting by be
fit era, for next year are Dr. It. II. Guy Roberta who aienils scIkhi! at rell titflclatilig. 'DK nJrned with choice palms uiid
(. rtHtaflo'd, ()., President, lliirriu Colo llicidhend, al 1 tunic hoiii,. lo in.oy They were ucwmipanled by Misses lna t'u'- UoweM The gracious hOites as
man, Mce Pwsldunt nnd Prof. It. !:. tho Inn Ijids Xaiiuie Couloj, hl'h Ftilrchlld U8ua' made all feel a cordial welcome
Monroe, Secretary Thua it will be Mrh i- erica Sfiwdtr. ol Cial. llrcl. 1)m onlo I'owell, .Mossii.. Martin Hack alu' served a tempting nnd well ap
seen that Stanford w.-ik u-Kimllv hum r mil. Is vislliuv her daughter. Mm i.'v.i.. ji,..t-.- n.... i-...iu .-.,,... iiomtcd luncheon to the guests.
ed by being given an ottlco and win 'nines I.awrem- Colder. A most elegant supper was Wo'r1' Hamilton died at Mb home,00 onos to I,10,,rn thnthe Isno more
nlng tho liKH't. Supt. Ireland who nc Mrs. W C Klrby, ot Alt. Vernon, la Mltl1 .,, ttur o'cloc-;, the table be- ,n ",,s coll,l,' near Alurksbury age &0
tompanlcil his boyo Is proud ot them expected to visit Mr. and .Mrs. II. N. ,l(i benutlrully decorated with terns yiarH- He s survived by a wife and .s , Aifarlfpil HlQ FlfflPr
and no aro all the people or Stnnlord Kln: ut Una psico amj flowers. After bupiwr a most d- clllltlri'- I nUalftCU I1IS ltltllCl.
nnd Lincoln county. Tho Stanford 'rii King, Wnlllu and JtohurU limit lluliliul eveinn- wns Miient Mis i:-ui Smiley Walker bought threa calves'
school la loader In all featurea schol.id lies ate building a nice, now vvlro jH tho oldest daughter of Mr. and ct w"'inm H'ak for rHJ.uO
Orchard last week after a short 111-
uoss of Rrisht's disease seed 70 venri '
and was buried' In the cemetery atsll'tt8.
Crab Orcliard arter services at the- y'lss 1"",ra 1'r,vctt ,8 0M t!, slok
Cnriatlan church. .Mr. number lia'lj"s'-
been In Oklahoma for aniimber or' Wt, weio glad to sec Rev. Livingston
5nrs. but was bom 111 Crab Orchard 1 al,It to fl h'b nppoinnnent at tho
having been a son of tho late Thoman I Christian church again after beiug In-
r...i. ...1. . .1. r 1 il lunncAil fVi Lnmn limn
&0Q- Friday afternoon at , ""muer who waa one 01 uie lounuors ,--.., ... .-.
4 . . ..f fli 1 Innnln fVuin... Vntln.nl ll.i.ii tlHl'or Imurnn nlrni- nn !iliniwe
si iw j....vU... v....ij .! '1,."I ', .
or this city. Mr. I lumber was an tin- r three years returnca to his homo
do of Airs. J. G. Carpenter of 'this I here, Sunday. His many friends and
city, and Hon FNli of Crab Orchard telatlves were glad to welcome him
Ho fought bravely through tho w-.ir back.
I.otwecn the states on the southern
sido and leaves mail) friend? and lov-
W. (J. Routeu is visiting relatives
at Junction City.
Hi nnd athletic.
DOCTOR PRAISES D. D. D,
Although an 'M. 1)., I arknowlctlgo
to putnta and patrons Uiat your
lomedy, I). I). I)., reaches cases ot Lc-
7einu and permanently cures thorn.
lir. Ira T. Unhbert, CalJwrll, Kan.
Icnco around tho old family burial i-irdh Kadu ami la Hwmt mid t-hnrni ' Slrs- ani'm Hopper Steveiu., of
i;rouud near Uoni whero theso families m young lady loved by all who knew rmK'"s Arizona, for a number of
and their connection bury their dead h,.r .years a resident of Lancaster died af-
HOCKCASTLE YOUNG MAN ACCUS
ED OF SERIOUS AFFAIR
.;viibody ibuiy and Otrmlng
the order or tho day.
I W. XV. lirock preached at U.
lIeudilcksons' last Sunday.
' L. II. Wren bought or O. P. Hen-
drlckson a sow and seven pigs for
I Mr. Conley Ih a t.on of Mr. and Mrs.
ter an Illness of -I mouths of a coin-
John IHnnton, aged 70 was badly '$-'!
beaten 1111 bv lus sou. need iS. on Frl Airs.
Llllio Howard ol Hick's river
loin Conley or Steubenville and Is a , r'aU.c.n or diseases followed by nnjday last, In
tho Conner Creek sec-1 Is visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
. '1'tii.rn Mim -l ,-hn.i eieeiinn n ..... attack of tviihold fever. Three Bons'tion of Rockcastle. The tenlor Ulan-'V- W. lirock.
llroughtontowii bchool house last Sat- 0us furmer. Wayno County Outlook. aurvIv tll lcceased, four sisters and ton nlleged that his ton made Uiree Or. Hughes and wire were visiting
uriLiy. Somo wauted to inovo U10 '.three- brothers also mourn her death dirierent nttneks upon him. resulting L. H. Wren Sunday.
. . ... .l. .. HPhfMil hoiiK.. down ne.ir the lluntUI crAun.o Fr..,Ar ,BHo Doing tlio youngest Sister III the 111 nn Ugly IIOIo CUt in ills lip, leoni Jac. wumuuj aoiu .v BU1...I latin
ldlcitlon or D 1) U My skin Is now as church whllo some did not want it Would have fallen on anyone who at-' largo family. The remains wore tak- loosened nnd otherwise about the face was visiting relatives at Wren's Farm
wmcMiih ni a bibv's I wouldn't tak.. n''d .There were mniiy people tricketl tlio koii or Peter llontly. ot en to Howling Green and Interred b Fearing further attacks ho appeared last week.
fniOOIII ni a D.IV) 8. 1 WOlllUIll lUKe ' ' ' . Sout RockVVOOd. M Oil., but he Was .... i.i . .., ,.... ...., . i. ... . !..,.. .,.lc.v..( fl,u a..... Hrlnh. A'lirlirhl In erentlv linnrni-ml
Illness of Infamltory rheu-
a thomand dollars Tor what U. I). 1).. wiu to vote. bo it is to stay where u ,,o0rlt.hH efere atUickslot Kldnov MH' D"'" "' "" ""u """ u,lu , ,, , - , . .n 1 h 1 - after lonV
. .,.. 1. ' !,.....(. ..11 , ..i.i 1.. 1.1 isome 7 or S years yoars ago or imeii- of tlio Hrodhead Bectlon and had a alter a long
iihh uono ior ir.u,- wiucb .Migimi nun . ..-!...-. . .,w...o ..vum 11m n.-.p nun, i-,,..,
r fi.i tion.i, ni.in . Tin. btores In liioughtontowii havo 1'" wrote, "so at last we gave hlm'monla. warrant Issued ior his win. Tho young .matlstn.
These aro lust samples or letters '"" extra good bublness this week lor '' "'' hb Improved won-, Miss Len.niel Kvans died or acute man. who had been away from honioj Moyd lirock who lias disability of
,1, "ni ,V'PH fn, ,., , ,., .no of Jt,nr ?,wf l1v. mU ,nk,nP, ?1X P0"11' 'tS iii'llBcstlon alter a brief illness at her, some years, returned rast winter and'tho stomach Is greatly Improved. Mr.
Z ZnTM?." i" J? ... iil.' ramny from near Ki WSS? ffi? "0 nged 7. years. Four was a tenant on .s father's .arm. Thollrock ,. a good citizen and wo hopo
M iiatrtati.u, iiriMi louiiuir. ni'rousnosit. uuushiuib, .ucomuiiL'B iu. iiimiuiu, iiuuuiu .iiu wi .! v .wwv. wa - ."y - .
..ti ...it. it- ..,Ai..t.i ... i,i m in . frnli Orrltnrd wtm tin vlmflntr W
,".., ,.,. iv ',, n .... Jackson nnd famllv and also 1. A.,1,le.!llaV,.May .V"d " dr0J'8'' "I'll'."!"1 W K. Alontgoniory. John Duncan and handling a team.
1 iiiiuiio iiiioiiiii iinuir J ' ------ - . ---
MONEY TO LOAN.
Jacko Uclaucy sold a small farm
of 20 acres ueur Ilrougiitciitown for
.. 11-1. ...... - .,1. . . ......
Ill lllltllll h lllKllK... Tllllllir... lIlKn . n. . . . .
. .. ..,ur ii'im t iniin Slncletnti it ml Inmtlv. ' i'l...... 1.. m....... ...., .... .... .. i"u" u1"11' '"l'' "" buimuih
iiw.i.1 ,f mirneniniiB." Thef!,. ro the Mrs. KIU.1 lUantoii Is sarlouslr til bottle gunninteed. CO cents nt Pen-lucftU1'
vvonls mr others In .Icscrtbtng tho with consumption. Many friends havo ll" nr,,K storu M8S J,ar' ',8"t is In Lexington
r ...";..:.'., h .1.111,,.. i...-1 .n ,., 'Halting Mis. John W Woods. Mips On Lincoln county rarms. In any
j11-.11 Bain riiuiur, u. 1 1 . George P. Urlght makes a salvo ' Mffio liurnslde. of n.-inviiin ii.i Iimi amount over J3.000 Rate of interest fountain etc., living room above. A
1.. ihnii.nii. a rr -iirr.a Tir Km. win evei tf.ti wen. mi 1 11:11 Kiv i - " -"-.- - - - . .
I-llJll-U UJ U.WUPU..UH m u.w.a .w. -.-. ..- ..-..
Sbo luu six
ten years to bo absolutely harmless llttlo children
and ri-liublo In every caso or tkln
Me, no motter what It Is.
Got a bottle today! InBtant re
only 25 cents at SlniBarB and Tanner's Ilroughtontown to work on tho rail- to euro. 2G and tOc a box.
Stanford, Ky. r"l P. O. Ilox 193,
that will euro white swolllng enrbuu- tho recent guest of Airs. .1. Raymond B 12 per cent.
For Sale. Restaurant, bakery, soda
luntaln etc., living room above. A
Term, B years, with i good stand nnd splendid busluess.
ilrou- Mr nnd Mrs I) Singleton's Iriby cle bollB. uono fIons. c". corns, llnsoldon. Miss Mary Rankin bus re- privilege to pay aflcr one year. First Tne placo Is well furuUhcd nnd the
hni. beeu I i'l but Is'b'ottcr now ftlso v'ru cuts, haraesa sores and I turned to Hlcbmond whoro she U a, mortgage. If you.are In need of nionoy ttock of groceries cigars etc.. are new
,, . ,. ', , ... , . ., . 1 student at tho Madison Female Instl- will loan vou up to 40 per cent of tho This Is a good chance for souio one
idler There aro many oud; men leavltui scratches on ylur horses. Guaranttcd u-i t "' , ... . I'cim, " B" ,wl t,M" ...,'., '.,.. ,.i.. ,. ni,o ,lmi ,, lv, f,,r.h0r
Itute. Airs. Mildred Heazley Is In Stan-, valuo ot your land. For further par- to mane gooa money, r-or turtner
ford visiting her dauchtor Airs, vv m. tlculars write to 0. H. Swinobroad. particulars eo K It. Hughes or W. L
I Hays. Mrs. Clay Uunn and daughters I Attorney, Lancaster, Ky.
25-tf. iMcCary, Stanford, Ky.
,"wftw44 ,be,ba" r- VLiiUMtm e..S.HELBY,
Laarastar, Keotu r.v
. on or write tl. H. MASTERS or Cltas.
REYNOLDS A KVANS r .....JUNSTION CITY, Kv!