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The Stanford Interior Journal.
. VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 44.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, ' UE9DAY, JUNE 6, 1911.
EVERY TUE8DAY. AND FRIDAY.
SPECIAL CENSUS TAKEN BY OR
DER OF CITY COUNCIL SHOWS
GAIN IN 10 YEARS.
It a not no dad alter all
Tho npocl.il censuc. ordered taken
the City Council shows thnt Htnn
ford tins a population of I.C71, u gain
r 120 over tho showing of I, Ml ol
ton )onrs ago, Thu government's
census showed Stanford up with but
I,:.:::' popuntlnn, making It appear
that tho city had decreased In popula
tion during the past decade, which
everybody known Ik not thu raso,
Mayor Florenco and the City Council
l'tldi'd to set tl.e matter straight
mid so commissioned Kpii Pennington
to take n special census of thu city
and ho linn Just completed tlio work.
He went carefully over every section
of tnt. city and hlR figures are correct,
the government experts to the con
If everybody will do their duty dur
lui. the next ten year, the population
ol the city can be douoled In that
apace of time.
TO OE OBSERVED DY MT HEBRON
SUNDAY SCHOOL SUNDAY
Children's Day will bo celebrated nt
the Alt Hebron Sunday school next
i-unUnv morning June 11, with pleat
Ing cxerclnoH, beginning nt 1U:.10 A.
M A delightful program haw been
ai ranged an follows:
I - Ma roll by school.
.' Hon (Sod Is Love, followed by
.! Welcome addrespe, by fix
children- l.eona Wnlllti. Rdwln .Ww.
lund, Sarah Catron, .loo lloltzrlnw
lora Price. 1)111 WalJen.
It Is Children',, Day.-Shulby
a. The Gem of Days Sallio Iloltz
claw. t. Solo-"l Aiked The Lily l.lttle
Flower" Myrtle Ilrent.
. Flower Drill Itnbvrtii and Ell
en HolUeliw, tlu NwIhui1. Ethel
tlMI. Lille Wi.de.
S Sonp-'AII tlio lluppy Child
ren."by In-ginncrs, Primary and Jun
iors. J. What Shalt I Give Him?
Allene New land.
10. Song "Sing of JccUB.Oiir Shop
hurd." by Senior Clas.
1'. (lod's Invc Harry llo'tclnw,
luck Cnrtton and Jaunt Hurtle
Soiik "Wliut Hlrdlo SliiRS,"liy Let
onu Wallen, lira l'rlce, Mury Ella
alien, Ruth lloltzclnw, Carrie Wado
Saltlo Holticlau, Myrilo lireut, .Mary
Slier and E Ixabetb New hind.
i:s. The Master' v.'oleomo
11. Drill A Fresh Roquet lor
Childn n s Day, by 25 gluJ.
li. God Will Uiiuen.aud Mury
1C. Song By Scho.e. "Open Tho
Door lor the Children "
17. Tho Sunday School Army
ituy Holuclaw, Gilford Lamer, How
crd V.'ado and Rowland (lamer.
It. OITerlUR James lloltzclrw.
11!. Talks by pantor and superin
tendent. 10. Collection ConvjegaUoti ask
ed to take pnrt.
21 CIosIor song Farewell Chil
dren), J)a . vc
Pan-nU and friends arc cordially
CURED BY THE MARVEL OF THE
CENTURY, B. B. B. 1 FST
ED FOR 30 YEARS.
Aching bones, swollen Joins, per
reanently cured through tho blood
with pure Botanical Ingredients. To
trove It wo will send you n
Sample Treatment Free
If you havo bone pains, sciatica or
bliooting pain up and down lhc Ice,
aching back or shoulder blades, swol
len Joints or swollen muscles, diffi
culty In moving around so you havo
to ue crutches: blood thin or skin
pale; skin Itches and burns; shirting
jatns bad breath, lurabugo, gout Bo
lanlc lllood Halm (B. B. B. which re
moves every symptom, because B. B.'
B. sends a rich, tingling flood of
warm, rich pure blood direct to tho
parnlyicd nerves, bones and Joints,
nlvlng warmth and strength Jut
whore It Is needed nnd lu this way
making a perfect lasting cure of rheu
matlsm in nil its forms.
B. B, B. has made thousands of
cures of rheumatism after all other
medicines, llulmcnts nnd doctors nave
foiled to help or cure. DRUGGISTS
or by express. II I'KH LARGE HOT
Tl.tf s,T FREE by writing Blooo
Balm cJJfcttlantj, Oa. Describe your
trouble and free medical advice 9v
eu. Hold by Shugars and Tanner.
TO BE SPEAKERS HERE ON ST.
Robert R. Uurnam, of Richmond,
Ky, prand master of tne Grand
xnlgn of Kentucky, David Jackson, of
Iindon, Deputy (Ir.ind Master, llov.
II. I.'. L. InwRon, of Kpi'Wftfleld, Fust
(.rand Chaplain, John (' Strothoy,
a member or tho UmiIiviIIo liar
will b0 tho speaket at the St John's
day celebration to bo rfiven by tho
Masonic- l)dgeg of Lincoln (ounty, nt
Stanford on Juno 24.
It will bo nti old fashion Kentucky
plcnle, with a good dinner spread by
thu .Mnaunlc families of Hie county.
All the Masons ol the county and
their friends are Invited to be pres
ent. Lincoln county hospitality will
that iliiy be on dress parade
Golden Dawn Springs
tO BE FORMALLY OPENED TO
'I Mo (.olden Dawn Springs Hotel, at
Vosetnlte, Casey county, which has
recent!) been completely refitted and
refurnished by the popular proprietor,
Jnsnn l.nwhorn, will be formally open,
ed to the public on Thusday, Juno H
The Liberty Military Hand will lu on
hand nnd n big crowd I expected.
The waters of Coldun Dawn Spring
hnvo been proven exceptionally bene
ficial In their rurntivu and health giv
ing properties, nnd It. addition the lo
cation and envlitmment make this
onu of the most delightful summer re
sortH In the state
Stanford School Honor Roll
The Honor llo 1 for the Inst month
or school wnh iiurioiinred by Snpt. J.
V 1 1 eland, as follows
I'rluinr) l.ucllc Carter, Vicdu Kl
more, Kninces Kisli, Adelaide l'ro-tor,
Ijlla C Kane).
vJrnde I (!lnd)s Arnold, .lamea
liaughuiHU. Mnrjorle Hnlloii, Addison
Hell, Pearl Kmbr), lloburt Kinbry,
Joephliif Cooch, hllle lenKlm, Mat
tie Mneald, Mnrgurct I'ettus, ller
liian Wn K I'uwell Wltheis, Isabel
Wairen, (iuy Smith. Muttle Klncald
bus neither been tiuseul nor tardy
titade II Vio (Jom mllh, .Maty
I'ettUH. Ida I'ettus, Kdltli HHgh!, .Mar
garelte McClure, .Margaret Shanks,
Kthe! Ilreeillove, Liuile Waters,
William Tate, (leorge F Farrls, Jikj
Crimea, Morgan S. Ibiughmnu, Jr.,
(.lade 111 Franrea Cormliiey, Sam
CralR, Franl. Cordlei, jfary 11. (lar
ntnn, Walltet- Huhblo, Morris Jackson,
Janle Hooker, Sophie Sa'.uidert-, oaille
Weareii, Stella Walker.
tirade IV Jlnry Deck, Tlldeu Coop
er. Alllu It. Fish, Thelma Francis,
Rachel Hill, Virgil Moore. John It.
MeKlnney, Willie Pepplo. Annette
(inulu V llobart ..rnoid, Leonard
Fallal d, Annie V Craig, I.qou Davis,
Frances Kinbry, Nancy K. MeKlnney,
Annie It. Powell, Ada 1). Mobley.AUcu
tirade VI Nellie Hill, Jean I'axton,
I.ettie I' MeKlnney, Ilartwell Shanks
Clinton Coleman, Jesse Hoeker,
lliaile VII James Tribble, Maud
Arnold, Mile Ware, Kin Klthenber
(,un, Knto Hurdlng.
tirade VIII Sallto M. Craig, Mao
S. C'cok. Roberta Hottzolau, Anna D.
Mulloberts, Mnry Moore Haney,
Freshman Robert Cartel-.
Senior Jcveph Hopper.
JOLLY FI8HING PARTY.
A parly cf young people In tho
Cedar Creek section, had a delightful
Hulling pnrty on DIx river last w.eek.
They nte picnic dinner In the front
).-ird or Mr nnd Mr. J. II. Buste, and
I lit In u good dny fishing and court
lug. In tho Jolly crowd wore Misses
Nell New land, Minnie Barnes, Bessie
llurgo, iLlllle nnd Amanda llust'e,
Messrs, Arthur Miller, Walter Miller,
Mortlo Scott, Harnett Heott, lllnlt,
Hurge, Earnest Wnlden, Pendleton
Wtlllums, JnmeA Rogers, Will Duna
way, Oscar Brent and Kay Uirner.
Juan (l.itan, a Toxns soldier died in
the poorhouso nt San Antonio, Tex.,
nt the ago of 10'J years.
MONEY TO LOAN.
On Lincoln county rurms, In uuyl
amount over f 3,000 Unto of Interest
G 1-2 per cent. Term, b years, with
privilege to pay after ono your. IJIrst
mortgage If you are In need of money
will loan you up to 40 por cent ot tho'
valuo of your land. For further par-1
tlculars write to a. B. Bwlnebroad,
Attorney, Lancaster, Ky. '5-tf.
HERE NEXT YEAR
tlQ DELEGATION dOES TO COM-
PEIE AT SPRINGFIELD FRROM
About to pupils of tho Stanford
C.iaded and High School will lenvo on
Wednesday morning for Springllcld to
take part In the Blue Irass uided
School Touiiamcnt which begins there
thlil day. Scholarship contests will
bo held lu nil subjects of tho grade.
and high school and music, vocal and
Instrumental and In declamation.
Stanford sends a splendid delega
tion anil they are expecting to bring
bi.ck many medals.
PrlzcH will also bo nwarded In nil
nthlctlc ovents nnd a beautiful pen
nant will bo given to the base ball
team winning the meet. Stanford
will play Hards town Wednesday after-
noon and on Friday, if Stanford boys
win. they will play the winner of
lliurwlny's gamo for the pennant
Siiriiufiol.l nnd Lawrenccbt.rc nlnv on
Thursdny. Tho Stanford track team
vhlch did so well at Lexington will
laku part and of course are expected
Several of tho leathers are going
tj accompany the pupils nnd :t gala
week, nH well as a profitable one Is
The Tournament may be held in:""" ,,,row lne, 111 "' 'o vehicle
Stanford next year and the citizens ' Tllt' ',,1,nK Iailk' w-''"e .Misses Mary
nre requested to express thmselveH to' 8,w',, ,!l1111 '-Inglo. Ktith McCollum
Prof lieland nnd the lenchers. tnat R,,(1 A,lcI l)nPM )f London. While
tley mnv know whether to nek It bet,.1 biully Rllakcn "P ant' bruUcd, luckily
or not. It would be a great benellt tu",omj ' t,,cm Mnn 8l"UIy Injured,
tho city and school and a splendid ad -'iUc l'0" n,n on a,ul ft.rashed the tip
vertlsement for Stanford to have the' 'n, kindling wood,
meeting held l-vro tindur the auspice's' ' " "
(d the local school.
J. D. Garrison
PASSES BOGUS CHECK AT Mc-
KINNEY AND BADLY INJURES
OFFICER NEAR DANVILLE
J. D. Harrison who lias been worn-'
ItiR ns night telegraph operator at.
Morelaud, i ii ii sed much excitement In
(he West Knd Thursday, by forging a
diced; and passing It at MeKlnney
mid then making a daring break fori nnd assisted b) Mlssrs Woods, Mjs.
Hourly, liadl) cutting an oltlrer who, .Mi.rtha Adams and Mrs. Rodman Kce
attempted to an est him 1 1.011, of I larrodsurg, extended a gra-
Carrlson forged a check for il.lti j eious welcome t( the uesti. A )leas
It. D. Ilnnson, a prominent farmer '"S feature of the afternoon was n
of the llustonvllli; section. The check , enntest "The Floral Lc;e Story." The
was cashed by the bank at MeKlnney., winner, Mrs. J. N. Saunders, lecelvedi ' bltect. 7be wc.Mlrg will occur at
Carrlson then wont to Dauvlle and ' pnro a liandsoine bouquet of ear- lhh Chrlst;.i CTiurc,; In thlj city the
pin ewised some now clothes and was nations which she presented to tho latter part of June,
rpeiiding money l,uuly. It was soon I Miest of honor. The l.-freshnieiiH eat-l '! IJ- Northcott, tho produce dealer
discovered that tho check was n Rug-'tlod out the lloral idea, tho ices rep-1 has recently shipped four car loads
cry and late Hint evening Itotertho, relenting growing lilants. The bridc-jr poultry to Armour .t Company, or
Peter Schallor and other Danville of j to-be was becomingly gowned lu gra Pittsburg, Pa. .Mr. Northcott does
llcers were notltied. chitToii ovt-r pink uiessaiino with thriving business in tho shipment of
liarriiou was located In tho virile1 Prl tflmmlngs and the gifts shower- pou.tr and eggs.
Ity ol the Danville devot and Dotec-.ed upon her evidenced the esteem In' M'ss Mottle Lee Hubble of Lin
tlvo Scli.illor.kciit on He trnll. He 1 which she IB held by her host of,"'", the attractive young daughter
followed Carrlson toward tho tower,
nt the Southern Jutictioii and encount-l
eieil hlni. He ordered him to sur
rendei, but Instead Harrison began
lUhtiug. Detective Schallor grabbed
him and discovered that he curried a
hug, revolver In his pocket. Willie u-.
leiuptlng to secure the revolver, Har-
lUoi. stabbed Schallor a number ofi
tlmea. One gash in the left side ls
six incheH long and n luiir Inch dee.
There Is n'so a gash, over tho heart. 1
His coat was cut lu twenty-live differ-
Uurrslon got away from the officer
snd ran .southward. .Marshall Her
ring, ol HiKtonville, hurried to tho
iceiie with bloodhounds but the rtall
was lust a short distance out.
Kdward J. Tanner, President of the
MeKlnney Bank, accompanied Mar
shal Herring and Joined In the trail
Harrison is tweuty-ouo years of age
and red headed. Detective Schallor
not his suit ctve and hat, so the red I
headed forcer Is nlso bare headed. ,
Harrison put In his appearance nt
MNedgelllo tho next day showing
nlstakiiblo evidences of hnvlng spent
a strenuous night, being dlsshelved
and baro-hended. He purchajcd n smooth as a baby's. I wouldn't tuk0
tap from Jerry Briscco, the mechnnt'a thousand dollars for what D. D. D
and then disappeared, going south, has dono for mo," wiltes August San
Rar,rison claims to bo from North Cur-, to. or Chllllcotbo, Ohio,
oliii'u. After a several days' hunt. These nro Just samples of loiters
tho search ror Uarrlson wbh given up,
it appearing that ho had made good
Tho State Board or Equalization
tells tho Governor that no county Is
taxed at near itsi taco vulue.
A plot to dynumlte the rebel leador
Madero nt Juarez befoie ho left lor
Mexico City was uncovered.
Tho I C will bullld a U.OOO.OO'J de -
pot at Memphis. i
Charleston, W, Vu., voted wet by
OIL WELL STRUCK
AT JUNCTION CITY
CTEADY FLOW DISCOVERED IN
OLD WATER WELL ON JOHN
W. RAWLINGS PLACE
Junction City, Juno S.
Much excitement has been occasion
cd hero bv the discovery that a wo I
on the placo hero owned by Attorney
John W. Itawllngs, or Danville, Is
(lowing pure oil. The well wai dug
for water some time ngo, and yielded
up u fairly good quantity but recent
ly the supply has become so brackloh
that It could not bo used for drinking
purposes. It tasted oily nnd smelted
oily, so someone touched n match to
ir and It burned nicely.
It Is bald to be probable that the
well will be drilled deeper and other
shall sunk. Many of the residents
of this city believe thnt with tho de-
, velopment of th0 Immense oil fielus
wh,cI' nre n POltlllty. that Junction
clty wl" c,,", lnto her own nnrl "-
"""c lnc metropolis oi i.oyie county
and thlg section on the stnfe.
RUNAWAY AT JUNCTION CITY
Junction City, Juno ..
Four young ladles who wcrA out "
Sunday drivo had a narrow escape
' from serious Injury here when their
I noil, bocatno trlghtoned, ran away
'WERE "SHOWEHS" FOR BRIDE-TOI
BE LAST WEEK
. Tlw pretty home of Sin. T. W. Pen-
'nltiRtou was the scone of a happy ocltne K.iave ol tho late U. Burton, a
cnslon Thursday afternoon when hIk. wealthy tanner In this county by his
received nt a miscellaneous Khrx.ver '
complimentary to Miss Sa'lie Taylor1'1"1 and purchased of Harrison and
Woods, the bride of June Mb. Palms,
ferns and u profusion of cut dowers
.made n bcviutllnl netting for the fair i
In her Inimitable way
l'ho recipe shower given by, Mrs. J.
II. Woods for the bride-to-be on Sat'
nrday afternoon was a 'ovely affair
and quite n compliment. A largo
i.umbcr of guests assembled at the, nt-
tractive country homo at tho appoint
od -hour and recipes or every kind
ro showered upon th0 lovely girl,
A dainty hand-painted bcok had been
prepared and each guest wroto her
reclp0 in her own handwriting. Tho
house was decorated with a profiulon
ol swuet peaB und ddlghtful refresh.-
-nents, consisting or ices, caked and
mints were- served. Receiving with
Mri. WoodH and Miss Woods was Mrs.
Rudolph, or St. Louis, an aunt or the
DOCTOR PRAISES O. D. D.,
Although an M. D I acknowledge
to patients and patrons that your
remedy, D. D. D., reaches- cases of lie-
zoma nnd permanently cures thorn.
uti-,Dr. Ira T. Oabbert, Caldwell, Kim.
"My euro began from tho first up-
plication ot 1). I). D. My Bktn is nowa8
wo aro rotelvlng every Jay rrom gratojed' from a visit to hor friend Miss
M patients ull over tho country. i vVllllo I.ogsden, of Junction City.
"Worth Its weight in gold," All my MUa Mary D. McRoberts, of Stan-
'rhiiPlos washed nwav by D. 1). D" ' I lord, Is with Mrs R. K. McRoberts.
'ounl Instant relief," "D.D.D., Is llttlo. Misses Besalo nnd Eunice Prather
8ll0r' r mlrnculous." Thes9 uro tho tare visiting relatives in Blootnlngton,
. rt ' ""er ,n Scribing the, ill.
'great sKin reiueuy, u. v. u, i miss Jennie Arnold oi uenton liar-
j Proven by thousands of cure, for. bor, Mich., Ib hero for a stay with rel
I ten yours to be absolutely harui'css ntlvcs and friends.
nnd reliable lu every c&so of skin trou
u, no moUcr wlml u U-
et n bottle today l Instant relief-
only 25 cents at Shugarg and Tanner's
T. J. Price sold yearling Jack to
Tennessee parties for $500.
Miss May UroadduA and Dr. Jonas
S. (Jllvcst, both of Buckeye were unit
ed In marrlago'ln Lexington. Rev.
Mark Collins of tho Broadway Chris
tbtn Church, oriicntlng.
Kcv Bell, of Lexington preached at
Scotts Fork, Sunday and Sunday
Dr. W. h. Barton, a populnr and
gifted cotigrcgntloniillst minister, of
Oak Park, III., spent n few days with
his sister, Mrs. Ocorgo M. Patterson.
After a succgAgfut week's display,
Adam's Amusement Company closed
their street'falr In Lancaster, and
hied themselves to the thriving town
i 0f PInovlllo on Sunday.
M,rs. T. J .Price met with quite n
painful accident Friday, when sho
let n heavy bowl fall upon one of her
AIh. Alex, esh was hostess ill n
handsome ( o'clock dinner at her
suburban tome near Lancaster. The
follo-vlng ones were guests on the oc
casion, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Knight, Mr.
and Mrs. C. P. Denmun, Nlcholasville,
Mid Mrs. O. B. Rose, Bryantsville,
besides a number of Lancaster peo
ple wer0 Included In the list.
Joseph .Miller, of this place and
Miss Lhrrstlno Knotihclman, or Cov
ington will be united In marriage In
tno city ol Covington at SL John's
church at 8.150 o'clock, a. m., Juno
Samuel (!. Hnselden, one of the pop
ular brothers of tho Haselden Hard
ware, firm Is reported not us well
slnco his recent accident In the city
of Loul3vlllc. 1IIB touring car collid
ed withi a street car on Fourth and
Walnut completely wrecking hU car
nnd bruising him badly, wrenching
nnd twisting his neck. His brother
Joo Haselden Is now at his bedside.
Another handsome- new monument
Is added to the list of other find nnd
1 1mpelling ones in Lancaster beautiful
cemetery. This one Is placed over
sons, Messrs. Kichnrd nnd Wm
Wheeler, of NiCholaBVtlle.
JIru- Kuima Kuuffmaii, announces
tho marriage of her daughter -Miss
Louise (1. Kniifl'man, a proficient
tencher in one of il.e city schools in
St I ouls, ic Mr. JOn Shackelford rf
( ott'iubtie, t bio, formerly Rich.
..lid, Ky. The bride is a itpuilscmu
)-iii5 woMiii of 'he blond' ty,-i.
.vhllo the rvoom I n rising youn?
of Senator R. L. Hubb'e, was one of
a lut of S3 graduates nt Hamilton
College this year. Miss Hubble ac
quitted herself mobtcjvditubly In her
scholastic year and was the winner
of a handsome gold medal offered to
tho joung lady that would prove tho
ncatt st house-keeper In the list of
. A. Lear, bought w6 two bundled
pound hogi of Hudson &Kavanougti
ut sftj.tij per hundred. 16 two hundred
pound hogg or George Adklnson ut 5V&
cenls, 18 one hundred nnd forty
pound porkera trora Ceora D Robin-1
son nt 5Vj cents and 16 two hundred
itvl lorty pound hogs from another
party at S'G cents.
V. A. Lea,r shipped a .;ar of hogs to
Lawson and Brown shipped n car
of lambs, Thursday to Loulsvilo und
a car of hogs to Cincinnati
Miss Blucho McCluro of Stanford,
was with Miss Mamlo llastln.
.Mrs. Wm. Bogle of New Orleans Is
Ms'tlng her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. W.
Mrs- Ashley Swope, of Lexington, Is
to Buest of her diiug-aier, Mrs. Bright
1 Mrs. Mattlo P. Frisblo was lu Hnr
I rodsburg, Saturday for tho II. 11. C.
Miss Sue, Shelby Mason has leturn-
Messrs. S. I'. Grant and John Mont
gomery of Sedallu, Mo. were week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Price. i
Mrs. Cleveland Rose, of Richmond
has been visiting her mother Mrs,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fox, of Knton
Ohio, nro enjoying a stay with their
daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph.
Airs. Jack Adams has returned otter
a vult to Mr. and Mrs. Wlllcs Adams,
of Mt. Vernon.
Mrs. W. K. Warner of Stanford Is
with her parents, Mr. nnd .M(rs. J. B
Robert Smith and sister, Miss An
nie May Smith, of Birmingham, Ala.,
aro visiting their grand parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Soloa B. Kerry.
Dr. and Mrs. Ramsey have returned
to Chattanooga, after a visit to Uar
TO SPEAK AT LANCASTER
FRIDAY, JUNK 9.
Congressman Olllo James has nn
tiuunci-d that he will speak at Lan
caster on next Friday, Juno "J, and as
he has a great many admirers in
Canard County, he will probably be
greeted by a big crowd. .Mr. James
Is vc'' popular In this part of tho
State and will doubtedly carry It by
a large majority. Many Garrard conn
ty democrats canio over to hear him
when he spoke in Stanford a few
weeks ago and at that time importun
ed him to fix n, speaking appointment
for Lancaster. From Lancaster he
will go on to Paris and speak on Juno
TO CONDUCT METHODIST MEET
REV. ANDREW JOHNSON
The seiles or gospal meetings,
which will begin ut tho Methodist I
thuich, Thursday evening, tho Sth of j
June, will furnish an oppoitunlty for
everybody who desires tho decpenlug
of his spiritual life us well as for
those wlin havn novpr bean rnnvorteil
The meetings will be conducted wlth
special reference to these, two sub
jects. Cfcirlitlan people enn come to
gether and pray and labor for and
with one another for the endowment
of power for service. Cod wants to
bless his people abundantly. Let u
como together and expect great
things for Him. United prayer will
bring blessings to nil. Stanford nc-cd3
n grctit revival and ivaeii It comes
It will come through the intercession
end co-operation of God's people. Let'
ua wait upon the Lord expecting His
blessing nnd we shall not bo dtsap
J. J. DICKKY.
Rev. John Elder, sold bis farm to
Mr. E. L. Moore- for $2,000.
Mrs. C C. Mrtcalf, who has been'
sick, Is Improving.
Born, to the wife of Cyde Gooch, a
There Is not very much tobacco to
be put In hero this season.
Mr. S. J. Pollard went to Waynes
burg on business.
Mrs Reynolds who continues quite
111, Is slightly Improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Ashlord Wilson wero
visiting Mrs. S. F. WlWon.
Bom, to the wife of Wllllo Taylor a
0 pound girl.
Mrs. A. C. Wilson was visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Onia Pollard.
Jorn Rogers sold his farm of about
ono hundred acres to a German fc
Mr. Speaks, of Highland, lias moved
his saw- mill to this place.
A PEEK INTO HIS POCKET
would show the. box. or. Bucklen's
Arnica Salvo that E. S. Loper, a car
penter, of Murille, N. Y always car
rlcs." I havo never had a cut, wound,
bruise, or Boro It would not soon
heal," ho writes. Greatest healer cf
burns, bollB, scalds, flapped hands
nnd lips, fevtfsores, skin-eruptions,
eczema corns and piles, 25c at
Pennyls Drug tore.
The Government cotton report Indi
cates that the yield this )ear win be
ubout 2,500,000 bale greater than the
tyjfcjsssssHB JP HKjp1?
ST. ASAPH CREEK
REPORT OF GRAND JURY TO CITY
COUNCIL, WHICH WILL TAKE
ACTION TO IMPROVE IT.
A report from tho grand Jury thnt
H finds tho sanitary condition of the
St. Asaph creek very bad nnd a men
ace to tlio health of the community
was read to tho City Council ut Its
meeting Thursday night by City At
torney J. B. Paxton. A number of
people had been before the grand
Jury seeking to havo tho city Indicted
for permitting tho creek to becomo so
foul, oipcclally In tho summer time,
but tho grand Jury did not bellevo
that there wns causo to flutl an Indict'
ment and contented itself with mak
ing a strong recommendation that tho
City Fatherj get busy which thoy will
do nt once. Tho grand Jury suggested
ihut the flow of water bo thrown more
to tho north bank, and tt U proposed
to construct a dnirt above or Just nt
tho Somerset street brldgo which will
do this. All of tho rocks will bo re
mocd from tho crtex bottom
as it passes through tho city and this
In a measuro will permit a freer flow
Tho Council referred tho matter to
tho Sanitary Commltteo for investiga
tion and action,
W. M. Bright appeared beforo tho
council and asked that a water table
bo placed in the street between tho
courtbou&o nnd tho church, as tho
church Is about to cons'truct a con
crete sidewalk a'ong its sido and a
water table would greatly protect tho
washing of the streets. Tho construc
tion of several other water tables op
streets haying considerable grado,
and other crossings was discussed.
The council ordered a four-foot con
crete put down on tho north sido of
tho liroperty of W. W. Hays, J. E.
I'ortinan and tho livery stable occupi
ed by B. 1). Carter and owned by J
N. Menelce. There has been much
complaint of water washing along
this street, nnd it is be:;eved that a
pavement, with proper curbing und
guttering and concrete culverts on
Lancaster stieet nt Mr. Hays' and
Airs. Penny's corners will help things
a great deal nt this point cm Lancas
City Attorney Paxton read several
bids from Louisville houses for print
ing the bj-laws of the Cltv, and the
Council awarded tho woil: done by
the Interlolr Journal which sub
mitted tbL lowest and best bid.
Thursday night was pay night for
the city oflicers and couiicllmen, who
draw their salaries every sis months
.Mack Lawson was allowed $." tco
acting an special police nnd other ac
counts were a'lowcd by :tie Council.
Mr. A. L. Wilder and family havo
spent tho last two weeks visiting rel
atives In Ohio.
Mrs. Mintha Myers, who has becu
suffering lor tho past two months,
from cancer, is well again. Dr. T. J.
Acton wns Instrumental In the hands
ol God In curing her.
' Peopto of this community and other
places also enjoyed the 30th of Slay
by going to Olivo Baptist Church to
spedd the day In decorating the
graves of loved ones and worship to
God. Ill other Dock Gooch delivered
two fine sermons, ono In the forenoon
and one In the afternoon. The young
ladles read several', nice os.ta.vs 'and
sang beautiful songs. Wo think thu
day was much enjoyed by all who at
tended. Those who attended services
at Freedom Church report a nice time
Rev, Eldred is holding a series of
meetings at the Christian Church at
Miss Nannie Perkllns Is visltlnu In
Mr. Juy Whceldun will soon have
his store and dwelling combined, com
pleted. ' Q
Mrs. Becsto Rout, of Morelaud nno
Miss Mattlo Bishop are visiting at
My. J. Wheeldon's.
LIGHTNING KILuS FEW.
In I'JUC lightning killed only '(."
people In this wholo country. OneS
chances of death by lightning ore
less than two In a million. Tho chance
of death from liver, kidney or sto.u
nch trouble Is vastly gi eater, but not
If Electric Bitters bo used, as Robert
Mad,ien, ot West Burlington, la., prov
ed. Four doctors gave him up arter
eight months of Buffering rrom vim
lent liver trouble and yellow Jaundhe
He was then completely cured by
Electric Bitters. They're the best
stomach, liver, nerve and kidney rem
edy and blood puriller on earth, Omy
t0c at Penny's Drug tore.