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The Stanford Interior Journal.
olumi: xvur. o. 71
STANFORD, LINCOLN' COT STY, KFNTt'CKY, IHIDAY. SKPTFMDKR 8, 1011,
h KflY TIESDAV AND FKIDAY
ANOTHER GREAT SALE
HELD IN STANF0I1D.
Total of $33,000 Realized from First
Day's Auction From J. H.
Bnuuhman Live Stock
Co s Disposal. ,
Like! his first suit.- Just year, t ho
second annual oTe of Itiu J. il.
Hmighinun Ltvcslook C'uiiimny '
otic of tho bigg&tt ,ulos -ci- held
in Jhr Hrl ot tlio country. Tim
lulna ot ten dn previous ami a
night or t ii lierviru ihu sale lml ah-
ptoiiiwo of ' fidu fiill gnu ami
Lujcn. rutne from fr a ml nwi.
A great emwd had gathered "l
Sutuiclle.Y'a ShvCL Y"P'" u" Wc,,m"--'
b.y who Au5tTvtrH!ufT:. U. Kiulrfu
ini.l 1. M. Uuaii, upyiiod lt inUltu
'The first duy'a al w of tiMik
Itpkmtntr to .lt. Hnughtnan's iw.
iwiij. vkhitw oouin.iaatcm home nwi
mute wet 6 aotd tho swad day-
Th snIm ot tho rirt day totaled
-.'13.203, and ml of Mr: lulitMu'
toek could not lie oM at tJiai tnne
iwnne running mw to Thursday. 'lh
l.rst day's sale as todows.
Wednesday's Sale .
Ja lwd foiward calvea, W. .,
(trtrfin, Gallatin, Trim., oi $
JU Iim.1 calve Mr. Uriffm at i.
37 yearling ter, Mr. OriMiu ut
SU yearling ttr. Mr. drlftm at
"iil yearik.. WW lrfHar.1 at 'J;
-:. yearlinga, T. W. DaekworlU at
2 vrlio, Andiuw TkmHn
nt S3i S0 . . . , n
20 huilore, hitJKHi Weil nt U-0
22 feeder, C, II. Jotl, of Almliaou,
nt il 7- per ewt.
25 steor, Simon Well nt $32 a
'""as'liwul ot rfcew W. II. Urown ..t
,"a fUdew AMiy Arnold at $10.75
J5 hfiul ftMlM, M. J- 1'"" ' "l
'.fil o'f ruttlo, Ike SUolby. nt 33h.O
1J head of .ntlK', Simon Wuil ul
?l'ab haul cattle. Will Lllrd at
;10 head wiltle fc""""1
4) hi'iid K-ntllc Simon
'M.7C. . ,
Imll, Ocorc Hublc. of Oarruul,
1 bull. Simon Wi-d :i.'t.
J bull. OcorKf Hublc ?'JI.5U.
1 bull O.-oi-ko Hubli-, rJO.00.
boll W. N. (Iritliu. S!0.
1 bull J. l. Wliiti'lioun-, iVd.
1 bull W. X. Unftiii. W.".
I bull, (U-on;c Htiblu ?'J5.
f0 .slicot. ttforuo Hublo nt -l.yO
.'(0 slll'l'P MIIIIK' nt ?l.l- 1--.
U6 aIhi'Ii. 'ii' "t M.
tJj hlici'it sumo nt i-l.
.')() hllfi'll, slllt ut ?l.
"it) uluvp, Adiiir I'otioo kt $1.0:!'
.')Ji slu-, J. '. Kulmiil t ."""
l(i() sl-oi'p. .Iiutut, l'mh t ?
."() hlicopj Gi-orRO Itiilik in ft.l'S
.ill hhrvn, .luim Crn.li ut .l:ir'.
II hlucji. J. O. Spmtt .it I.-").
,i0 blirvp. Jhiih- Cutili nt l('"
1 buck. M. . IJiiiwbn'iiu -sl'i.
I luu'k. U. I. Moltclaw iW.
1 buck (liioryi' Itul.lt ti)..".0.
1 buck II. I'. Hiiiiuliiiiiin (i.
I liiu-k. J. W. l.i.i;liiitiir ii.
I buck. (Icoidc Hnll. yl I .o.
1 buck II. ". Itiimjliiiim. fl'J.
1 luiub 1). M. Anduivon vS.J'i.
J yeullitiK buck, (ii'orjf Iftibl' vl"
1 ciirlius buck. T. I'Mriu-iiicr -V-'l'.
1 buck A. T. Nuiuicllcv hi tV.'.'i.
I jvjriiii): buck, .1. O. Spmtt, -1."
1 buck luiub, liiou.- Km lc fa
1 .cnrliiiK buck. M. S. 'luiiKlinmii
1 vcnrlintf iHick, I). M. Amli'isiui,
1 yt'iuliii!; buck 1). .M. AihIoi-oii,
, i .. i i i. tt I... i.i ir:
. I nuvk mill", uvuiisv iiuuic, ...
, 1 bunk Intuit Win. FmliU (.-".
1 IllICK, JllllltM ( llsll. .1 1.
1 buck (icornc Iloonc f8.7fi.
I buck. (Icorgo Hublc. 18.1(1.
1 pair buy two-ycur-obl mules, If.
!:. Tipton W.l..
1 .imir lit. ict. tVii.Vinl ulil mules
.ilarc mule, m. . lirr.itit tJUi.uu
Hyr.-t! mule II. It. Davit .$ J 1 7. ill.
Mure mult' V. N. llriffiu $W
'., Pair tluco-ycar-old mules, . i
iff l'loyd. H3.
Four ji'iir old mule, W. t . l'loyd,
Two-von t -old mull', II. II. DtivU
Five-year-old tiiurr mull', W. Ii.
I'tur I'omiiiK foitr-yeiir-old mules
C. Floyd h 10.
Fair four-c:ti'.old mules, (.'.
Floyd. .t.lS7..'i0. .
I'tur fitnr-jwir-old tiiatc itiulch
Mtlclicll Taylor .Jh5.
Mule Milcliell Iliiylor fl7.')..'i0.
Puir two mid iltieu-ycar-oLI tiiare
mules. W. (' Flovd. ::i0.
) IIorHO tnuli) W. . Hurton, $10.50
Mure mule, It. I.. Ilubbl" '&.
Mulo, Jnko Hobinson $235.
'liri...vear-olil !ri'V llilllo Ik D.
lloltrelaw $17-.')(l. , tnn
Fair maro mulis W. C. Floyd 100
Fair llireu.year.old uiults W. C.
Tlirce-jcar old mure mid" $20.".
Three ear-olil innre iinui'. V. l.
Mure mule .1. H. Iloiuiker. $20"t.
Mitts II. Ik Davit, It5.
Tliicc-yenr-olil inure initio W. C.
Tlitco Neur-dlil mnro tnule, M. S.
Fair tlirec-ypMr-obl mulo, .1. Ik
Trto-enr-olit iiMjre muU, Uicluiid
Fair tmil W. ('. Flyd. f.101.
Tio-ylr-(lil linmo tmlc, W. .1.
Mntxlmil. HratWrson, $196.
rn-.vir-oM ihhK Tilftml Ateti
miller $ IA.
Tii-Mvir-old male, It. J). UolU
Fair nMm, W .1. Mrnlwll 2V1.
Two-yMr-oM miil T, .1. .MHrhill
I'rt.r u nlo. W. .1. liatwUK 2!7.
SO. Two-ycur-old iri W. .. Murtlwll
Mnro mule Ik I). IloltaeMir $11(5.
Mnro tnu! Tilfonl Alfxaudor,
tlnnw hwIp W. .1. Mamlall. It'-'..
UorM tmiltt i olt, X. .1. Murhll
1 l-ycur-old Htm-e, It. 1). ItolU-
Kiw-rtr-oM mare, H. H. Da vim,
Kicht-ycar-nid tuarw, J. X. t'ash,
Mm mule rn't Ho) Muir. Itlu.ini
I'ur bln k tl.nfl niarrs, Hal Mmr
Tim bin sale was not comiilcli'il
riuirsilav and will lie continued Fri
day. 3EAUTIFUL WEDDINS
Miss Nell Warren Becomes Britls of
John Charles Osliorn: In Pre
sence of Many Loved Ones.
The Presbyterian church was the
seem' WciliO'silny .ifteiniiiiii nf -ne
of the most beautiful wedding that
Iiiih been solenu'fcd in Sinnlord in
iiiany ttiiintlis. As ill'! llttiut; li
ituix to it couiti-hip of M'vcal ve.itv,
.Mr. John ChutlfH Olfirnc, f Kunx
ille, Tcnn.. led to hymen's ultnr,
Mif-s Nell Duiioan Warren, of this
city. The clmrih was beautifully
and appropriately dei ur.itod lor the
is'cisiiin anil n myriad of candles
I nun their eleateil potition around
the altar shed a luntrc of ncllow
nidiiince ocr tht bridal partv which
made the scene one of cnrhaiitin?
Preiious to the oareiiiony an or
tjHii sulii, "Pil;riiiir t'horus" wtts
oltly teiiiUrcd by Mi .Mary llij;
ViiiH, a Molin miIo "(), i'ti. hi stiil'litue
l!itiiiiK Star,'' by Mis- Itert.i .tcnn
l'miti un iiptiMt"lv plityisl atd
Mts Mnrv Meltobert- -weetiv mum;
"lit cause." Astlm bridal purt cn
hli'il the chinch I.oheurin'.s wedding
cl'unn. was hiiii by Mis, Mltib
erti. Mrs. .1. (I. t'arpeuiei', l'rt
W. Ireland and Wnil.uv ;'mj.!i Icil
a uiipaniol liv Mis Mary litems
on the oiviin. Fliui' the lijjht uinj:
.Mine M.'s.i. . T Adams .unl A. ('.
Ilisliiip. dliile in the lelt iiikIc ivcte
ilirs. .Iiiek Itottt mid If. A. Asomy
the toiiiiiMncu. Fiilluiviii ucte
Mioses Alice Ali'tiiii, Mat-Kaiet War.-'
no and .losephine Wan'.'ii.ll.e lut
ler the timid nf liouot" .uul then came
the Iniilc imthe aim f her broth -r.
Mi. Aslibv McK'ee Win nn. A iney
iippniachi'd the alia.' ihe ; roum, nl
tended lr. .Mr. A. J. Wyatt. ,tih hc.-t
mail, cutiie in from the m L ci.tt.uicu
and met his bride in III" enter ho
lme the altar wheie stood Hcv, P.
I.. Ilruoe, who, Willi tho impio-dive
riiii; ccrcinony, nuitt.1 two imiii';
hcorts iuthe holy hoi.d- of uedlok.
To the strains of .Mctiihilhsohu's
march, Mr. and Mrs. it-iioiu. left
the churi'h, followed 1'iiuirili.ileiy
by their itttemlaiits, who 'tail till:. ti
position ou either side of the altur
tluriii',' the ceremony.
The brido was utiired in nu ut-
Inutile travelitur taut vith lai'e
hat to match, and was nuver more
benntitul than ou Miis iter M'ed luij;
day. Shu if a dtiti'.'hler of Mit..
I'harlotte Warren and is admired
i.nd loved by a lio-t of friends here
and elsowhere. A sweet. Ini-.dit mid
beautiful youm; woiua-i, mid a hucly
''luistmii chariietcr, Mr. Obutiie is
to be congratulated on i.iiiiiuu her
heart, for she will oior itoe a
hiutrce of huppinosN to his life, lie
is n prosperous travelling mini, the
representative of a l.inw lumber
linn in Knoxvillo, mid not ,nt 'of
its muiiy t-alesiiien stands hieher
for energy und capacity.
Mr. mid Mrs. 0,-horiio left ou (lie
5:1,) Ij. i'c X., on u hridiil tour of
ihu northeast, which will In dude a
isit tot ho ci'iiom's imri'iiis it fiiinid
tapids, Alich. After October Isr,
thev will ho at homo 'o their friends
at lviioMille, wherl thn best tiihlio
of l'rieiids iill ever attend tlicnr.
Mnv their vnviijro IliroutJi life bo
ever us brilil ns tho ray of tho
Mm that Htuiled down upon (he hap
py pair ns they came from tho house
of Qod, husband und ina.
Ftilillc School Opens Monday With
Appropriate Ceremonies and
Ilefore it Koodlv number of friomU
mid paltoiiK, the Stanford KruiKd
ki'liool opened Moinhiy iimrnitiK with
lirliht propri't lor a aplundid year
Al 8:.'lll in the coIIckh property on
Main utreet the primary department
beiran it work with approirit ex
iraioa by U. 1). M. Walfcor and J.
W. Irrlatul There are about 1VO
tMi4ls enrolled in tiu hntltlinis. At
time o'clock in the main Imildintr
on Dam die u venue, lift KramMar
und high Hfhool drHirtinenU Wcro
oiwited with a ihort bnt well chosen
proKram. A inno dint by Mary
Monre Itiwv aad Thoaa Coleman
as the firot feature anil it waa well
tendered. "America" waa thut annc
I by the seltool It. P. U Dntee
1 1 ondacte I th ikvotioual etereiseH
ji'fter which Mia Kthel Iettro i-nnr
u fotfd aelertion. The next thine on
the progrnm waa a talk by Saperiu
ItetHteot Ireland nlonif linen ot pro-
KTes in M-hmd work, the important
tliouatit of wbirh wan the iminlioii of
n Mirent-tearhers' nsociation. This
is an uraanitation to promote achooi
iiiterent ami to aecure a hearty c
operalion of rcnt, teachers and pit
pil, nlxo to Imiirf thtf iwreut aiei
teacher to n elN or kiorrledjce t
c.ich other '.Ml the bcl .'rk inuv
Ik- neeoniMliliil by tl'( l-opila. It
Hill prerent frannictitory remirts is
nir Mceeptod as wholly tiee, urn!
impress nmn nil llw tie -e-ail v el
closer aptdicutioii by kecpimt chil
dren bone nt inVhU. This nsnnin
tiou mil be oiYiilii.cd provided u
niltieii'iit iltiiiiber of lollops Iniiui
lit suffieitsit iuteresi. It m not to
be simply u mother's club but to V
truly a parent teach!'' .i-fjci.i-t'on.
Quite u number, haw alrendv
iiiifieil their heart" uppiorpl ot
this step and hno expressed a di
rirc to become mmiiben. .
In the event the orsitio.Mion i
formed it Mill he held ut a t:-,ie and
place desiu'iuited by the majority
und will meet oui'i: u molilti for the
discussion of lieh topics at. are
most vital to the projjres-. of the
school work. People hear much of
the three It's reailin, ritiu, null rith
uietlc, and sometbiui; ot the three
It's the head, the hand the beait
but this body if completed will deal
more with tjie therce It's body, brains
and liriniiif; up. The trusney prob
lem Mill be helped by this co-operation.
If there are anv who wish to
become members of this orxuuizutiuu
which is inwiluuhlc for direct per
gonal contact they tue inputted to
;;ie their tinuii". to the siipetinteiid-
All departments ul the school
started off with llutterii.tf pro-peel-mid
the parents or pnttons can keep
virv line of ptojiress mot e-pecial-Iv
the ediici'tionul welfare. The
home is the suhtrticlurc of nil nat
ional life the school is to broaden
and cpaiul that life to :i higher
staue of eilieu-hip, then the nece--sitv
of co-operation between the
l"iiilt't's of the, two is obvious.
The enrollment of pupils the fr-t
day was ."12." or 100 ill eie-.- of the
enroll. neat the fir-t venr undir tho
Alfred Pence Sells Out to
Brother to Go mi Road
The linn of Pence Bros., the well
i.nowii tin in implement men of Main
Mteet. was dissolved this week, Al
lied Pence selling out his interest
to his brother, Tom Pence, who will
oliiluct the luiMiiexs under bis own
Mime in the fuliite. Alfred Pence
will mi on the road for the larye
raujio muiiufuctiiriui; company with
which his brother in law W. .J. l)u
7ier is connected, traveling in tho
ninth this fall and Koiiu; to (.alifor
ii'ji in the winter. He it one of the
best known yotiiij; business men of
this set lion of the state mid his
nmnv friends will wish him every
nii'iess though ictrettinc execedini,'
ly to see him leuio Stunford. His
brother will continue to conduct the
busines- on the hiune hiyli piano
that it has been operat.'d on for so
The county nol lining uble to re
new Ihu leiiso on the woikhou-o lot,
UH eonuiutteo of the lVenl court, I
will, ou Motidnv September, lit It.
lftll. nt I o'clock P. M in front of
the court house door, sell, to the
I iciest bidder for cuh in huud, the
workhoue hiiildiiu; Incited ou the
lot adjoi'iiiic the Baptist church.
I'heie me iihout 1700 fett of hinib'ir
in the building mid it will he sold
a. it Mundh, und puiehaser will be
leipiired to letnoie the entire build
ing before October 1st 1011. W. S.
Burch, Committee, Lincoln County
SUNDAY SCHOOL STATISTICS
Reported To Lincoln County Con
vention Last Week.
The following i.s the report of tho
Secretary Treasurer oL the Lincoln
(utility school association made al
the comcnliou hero hint week.
January 1, 10J1,
XiitnberM of Sunday schools repot t
cl ...,,,.,,..,,.. ...,,,, ot)
Number sending slalistics Inst
N'mnber Sunday Selioolfc payiiiR up
pirtioninnt lor 1010 ....... 3
Number of offleors in the 30 Similay
Number of aeholara, udnlm in-
Avra)- Atttilnnou l,3t!T
Xninbir of uhlldren m thu coun
ty aehool ago . 1,0 10
Number nut enroIUd in Siniduy
school, tihoMt 3,000
Number of achouls Imving htune
depart nt oi 1 1 3
Numlwr enrolled in Imam deimrt-
li enl 00
Number of aehoota holding leaeh-
er' ineHiOR 2
Nurihtr havlflK teaelier'a tiain-,
. in oiiiMa 3
Number mMml to t elinivU
from Snnilay tflhool 200
Number of atois untorttid ....13
.school aro divided aeconlimc
to deiKHtdnalirwia aa follows:
1 niou Sumluy aehools fl
hretple of Chriflt 13
I nioti Itnptisls 1
.Methodist South "
Mctbodiel Kpiecuiml 3
Financial Report, An. 3U, 1011
Iii-Med C'l. 1. I'JiO edle-.HUi .-l.'
Ml. Xeiiia Sunday School Union 2.30
("nib Orchard Chntian S, S. .2.00
Stanford Methodist South ....3.0U
(nib Orchard, Baptist l.fiO
Stanford, Presbyterinu 2.3"
lliistimvillo, Cliristian 2.57
Ml Hebiou, Methoditt South ..2.00
Logan's Creek Fnioii S. S 1.50
Mawood, Union S. S 50
Hubble. Methodist, South 2.00
Itowlnud, L'liion 2.00
Public Collection of Conven
tion 11 So
Credited at Louisville for ... 0.50
For blank books ' 30
For 1-J postnls und 02 letters ..2.41
For telephone messages ..;... .53
For copyist 2.50
1 or 500 programs ,.r .'. i rJ:G0
1 Total ..t7.'2!I
Balance for slate work ....$33.2jl
By the close of the year 'we hope
io lime a report and a collection
I mm every Sunday school in Lin-
oln county, Wo want every thing
p-iid up in full, and desire to icnke
Lincoln one of the bannoi counties
befote the new officers enter upon
heir duties .Ian. 1 1012. The offi
cers for next venr are: President
I P. M Mcltobetls, Vies President. .1.
I C. Mi Clary, Scctctnry Treasurer,
I Mi-s Pauline Mocker, sjupt, Klemvu
ftary lepartincnt, .Mi-- Dollie Mc-
li'oberts, Snpl, liitcrniediute depart -meat
ilrs. .1. O. Xcwlmid, Sttpt.
Ad lit dup.irtnient, Itev. P. L. Bruce,
Supt. I-'dncatiouu' departmeni, Itev,
II I . Surles. Supt visitation, Ci.
Sinulctnii, Supt. Organization ltc.
W. M. Walker, Delegates at large
Itiv. .1. B Jones, and all the ahovi
iiiuiud (ifficet's. Alternates, Alts. J,
J Dickcv. Mrs. m. Tucker. Mrs
i'. K. rule T W. Jones, Mi.-, Xaecie
Wiire, Miss pe.ui Collier. Mis- Mar
gatet llockii. T W. PelillUuloll,
Prof L'c bii.sMii.
These delegates are uppniiilul to
etteiid the state convention in Louis
lille October 10 to 22.
Mrs J. J. Dickey. Sec -Tteus
Of land mid livestock. I will sell
ut public auction to the highest and
best bidder u new five room house,
good hall, pantry and three porches,
cistern, at door laigo barn and oilier
outbuildings, two acre pond on place
and Di.v iier an west boundary of
Will also offer 02 1-2 acres of
laud ou Drake's Creel;, known lis
'patt of (he George Kvaus larui.
Will also sell thu following livestock,
1 three-year-old combined horse, 1
blood mure in foal to jack, (5 year
ling mules, 2 suckling colts, 2 com
ing 4-ycMir-ohl woik nue.s, -1 coining
2-year-old mules, 4 coming '1-year-old
mules, 'J heavy draft won; hor
ses, coming (i-yeai's-ohl, 125 ouos,
2 bucks, 20 yearling steers, 2 cow
with cilvcs nud 2 heifers.
Tortus mudo known ou duy of
sale. PHIL Ik THOMPSON,
Col. J. P. Chandler, iict.
Foley's Kidney Remedy (Liquid)
Is u grout medicine of provctr
Millie for both acute und chronic
kidney mid bladder ailments. It is
especially recommended to elderly
peoplo for its wouileifiit tonic and
reconstructive qualities, und the per
uimient relieC and comfort it gives
them. Shugnns mid Tanner,
ELECTION HERE DEC. 18.
Petitions Are Beinq Circulated For
Signers and Will Be Present
ed to Court Monday
Elections come fast mid furious
in old Lincoln. Tho no.U ou ducket
ufter the state election in November
will be u local option clcijiou, said
Ip bo wlitjilulcd for December IS.
At this oJectum :tlfo pooplii of Lin
coln flll he asked to vote ou tho
question of whether they wunl to
Iimo heemd .saloons in th county
or continue in the pnwent alleged
Follow iot h meetinjr of severol of
the weU, at Crab Otchntd and Ilua
louville Inst week, petitions wcie
drawn up nml are liuing uiroulntetl
tiiis weak, It is underatood thai Hih
IrDtitiom will be prenunted to the
eourfat it mftumr meeting ou .Mon
day. Jo Potlnmti, Oeornc Lua;iiu
and Anderson Cnrr, the latter color
ed, weiu circulating the ietitioiM
in Stanfonl this week. Theae
mut contain (ho names of 'Jj lrr
coiil of the voters at the lust county
ration. M th volo was very heavy
Iwru in the, fiction of 1000, it will
require a goodly number of signa
Imii to the petitions. As sinm a
tiled they will ho published.
Uneolu county voted out aalooim
1.1 tho last oa opUiui election held
hcie siinething over four years ago
by a tnnjonty of out ,200, Those
who f-ivor the licensing of saloons,
however, ny that tho chances for
cutting down this majority, or even
rnrrjinjr the county in favor of higli
license, aie greatly improved by rea
son of the general dissntisluetion
over the failure of the officials to
eiifaice the law, und the fact that
blind tigeis, speak easics, and boot
leggers are permitted to flourish like
the green bay tree all over the coun
try. A great many who tool; promi
nent part in the fight to vote tho
county dry before, are said to be so
disgusted with conditions iu Lincoln
that they will take no part iu this
coming fight, if not actually voting
for high license.
On tho other hand the friends of
piohiliitiou say that they will make
the fight of their lives to keep sa
loons out. An effective and work
ing organization will probably bo per
fected at once, and u hard-fought
campaign is cwpcctcd to result.
Mr. Jack Mills has gone to Lex
ington. Ky.. The young people re
gret to see him go.
Mr. and .Mrs. John Waters, lutie
leturned to Louisville after a pleas
ant visit with their parents here.
Miss Sullie Faulkner has returned
home fioui Ludlow.
The fc-tiinl at Mr Cyrus Young's
-Saturday night was well attended,
mid nil report a good time.
Mr. Boone, who was hurt by the
suw mill, is slowly improving.
Mrs. Alice Poole and daughter,
Miss l.aurn also Mr. and Mrs. James
Candy, of Latiiauge, ure i.-iting re
A number of our young people at
tended the enmp meeting at Jumbo,
The ball game between Highland
mid Turnersiille, Saturday after
noon, was well attended The game
Mood II to 2 iu favor of llighl'iiul.
The 'necting at Fairview, con
ducted by Kev. J. B. Jones and Km.
A. (!. t'okcr is progressing uieelv.
Mr. Charley Lewi- and Miss F.vu
Carrier wcie married ut Somerset
Mrs. Coiisada lCppersou is on the
Mrs. Ed. Lee Tcir.v, of. Neal's
Creek, spent Thursday with Mrs.
Mr. P. I). Green, h.iri sold his ston
to his father, J. M. Green. The
fonner left Tuesday for Lyons Sta
Mrs. Will Long and bright little
ton, Charles spent Thursday with
Mrs. Marshall llutchcson.
Miss Ora Hutchesou will leave
Sunday for Cincinnati.
Mr. ani.Mrs. Dchimr Adams and
little sun, nf Damille, are u'sitiug
her parents Mr.-D. It. Adams.
Miss Martha Meieis, of Louisville,
is ejected homo this week.
Miss Mne Hollars litis retained to
Louisville after u is.it to parents
Mrs. Pedro Green was shopping
iu your city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs Sum Waters of
I oiiis.'ille me visitit.g nt Mr. Sher
man Warfiehl. ,
A Bargain fiG'i new farm; two
story frame 7-rooin residence: .1
verandas, good burn mid all otlu'.
Iiecessun niitlmild'm.M: well v mur
ed and fenced on eood pike, light
uk school close to i lupvli mid 111
splendid coinmuiiitv. goal orchard
close to good ni'ir'jct. Will seH
cheap for further vurticulunt write
oi see L. It. Hughes or W. L. Me
Cary, StuiiforJ, Ky.
Mrs. George Hobinson and Miss
I 'rnnkie Kattlfmnn of Lancaster nro
guests of Mrs. Mimiio Robinson.
Hcv, Montgomery and daughter,
of Liberty ntteuded tho meeting hero
Mwses Lthol und Nell Kills of More
land arc guests of Mis Kiln Bar
nottc. .Mrs. Nannie IJ. Harpor o Juno
tam Citv is guest of Mr. Jim Powoll
Julias MeKinmV leturneil Friday
Irom Sonieret where he vMled dnr
ing the fair.
Clinrlei Grtham of Immiou is
villi Svli eater Newton this week.
Miss Atlie Yantis of Inincaster
mid liottie Cnnon of Stanfonl nra
guests ot .Mita '! Itiffe.
Mwses Mcttto and Isn Floyd, Mar-
taret McCoriUHck, Corn Xunnelley
nn (.ninennu -Murpuv attemlecl ure inoru limn likely to provu tutat.
Somerset fair lt week. One of Aire. Wilder! little girU
Miss Fi-ancis AlcClnre, of Li xing( and a young ludy named Kuyes, who
ton is gin t of Mias Anim Floyd. ,wro also oocuputits of tho carnage,
Mis Carrie Cunniiisham of Dan-' jumped and meapttl with not a sm
)dle is Mailing .Miss Angle C.irpen- kIu scratch,
ler this week. i As Airs Wilder' condition wu- so
Miss Luln Tim tetter of Lawrence- precuuoiw, and also Inning had re
burg is the atlroutive suost of the eeut attack of heart trouble, it wna
Mise II iiichina nt Klixir Springs. Itlmuuht best by thu nttouiling physi-
.Messi-s Doe Dtye, JnuicM Mall, ' cian Hint she he not told ot tho
Hugh Saudidge and John Newton at ( dunth of h?r babe. She leviied
tended the Somerset fnir Thurslav. somewhat by next morning, whea
Itev. Lander, of F.lirnbetbtovrn ,1116 slid new wns giion her, but be
was thu zueat of Clms. Wheeler last , ing only semi-conscious, sho did not
weak. seem to be fully aware of its uwful
Uoytl (Vetitherlord is at home lor
, , . t - o- ... I
n few days before leniing far Bir
"Miss Lulu Mao Bruce of Dan-
lilc, is guest lot Aliss Ada Al- under girt of thu harness allowing
corn. J tho shafts to raise und the surrey
Dr and .Mis Tim Pennington, of to nut upon tho horse caused the
Stanford pent Sunday with Air. and liuisu to ntungc and run away, lifter
Airs. V. 1). Newborn. he hud reduced the enrringo to n com
Algar Weddle is in Somerset this 'pletc wreck,
v.eck. i Mrs. Wilder nud thu infant were
Luther Willis of Louisville is vis- iJnown out after the hor.sc had drag
iling his parents Hcv. and Airs. Wil-lged the carriage some distance hu
bs for it few dn vs. fore kicking loose. Assistance name
Alis Kiln Barnettc left Mommy J quickly and medical attention waa
Tor Okluhotna City, to visit Airs. ' secured und everything done to re
A. F. Barnettc. I Keve the sufferers, but the child ex-
Aliss Atalinda Naves has returned pired in a few hours. Its burial oc
fi'imi u pleasant li-it to Somerset curred in Buffalo cemetery W'ednes
Iriends. dny morning nt eleven o'clock.
Ueorge Jliinn, ot Lolirmma is guest
of Julian Itiffe.
Lee 'lunis of Covington is visiting
lus mint Airs. J. W. Campbell.
Mises Lottie and Louise Cooke,
will lenie Satuiday for Knoxwllc.
where they -will attend school.
School opened Alondnv with 1.10 ,
mid prospects very flnttcriug, for
.iu more in the next two weeks.
Aliss Until Culberson has return
ed to her home iu Covington nfter a
delightful visit to Mis. M. It. Cam
uitz. Sylvester Newton left Wednesday
for St. Louis where ho will attend
Masoi Cooke of Kuo.xvillc arriv
ed to dav to visit his grandparents
Air. and Airs, A. B. McKinney.
Milton AleCormtick who played
ball with Albany, On. the Southern
Atlantic league will nrrive Wednes
da for a short visit to the home
folks. JUNCTION CITY.
Airs. J. AL Ken ne has about re
covered flout mi attack of acute iuili
Air. Lewis Humble, of Seainon, 0.
is the guest of his uncle, Air. J.
Alessrs, CJiarles nnd Ollie Gruhbs,
of Know ille. and Alfred Gruhbs, of
Lexington, weic called home bv the
death of their jincle, Air. W. K.
Air. and Airs. John F. liouton
spint Sunday with Air. and Airs.
James Powell, in Hustonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Onirics Attcrsol, of
Winchester, and Air. and Airs. Wood
of Lexiugtgou, ure guests of Air.
mid Airs. W. A. Reynolds. They vis
ited the Pertyville battlefield ou Sun
Whilo out riding with a young lady
Sunday afternoon. Air, Jesse Aliuor
run over a copperhead snake. Tho
impact between tho snake nnd tho
wheels of the buggy threw thu for
k.ct into tho Vehicle and ulso into
the lady's lap! With great pres
ence of mind, Air. Aliuor held the
lady in the buggy and the sumo lime
killed the snake.
Miss Abnn Cosby delightfully en
tertained ou Friday evening, in honor
of Aliss Sadie, Cuthn, of Crab Orch
ard. Those present were Alisscs Sa.
die (.atliu, busio Koberts, tuivo
Grubbs, Bertha West, Sadie, Almo
mid Anna Cosby, and Alessrs. Chns.
Al (Iiubbs, of Kuo.wille, Clarence
'I acker, Arthur. Johnson and Wal
ler Hied, of Paikniille, Koht. Gal
on nth, Frank Powell and Kohort
Luigle. Many iutciostiug games
were played aud-yll repot t an enjoy
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound.
Still retains its high place as the
he-t household remedy for till coughs t .ad ion.
and colds, cither for children or I Bounding Klk the great Sioux war
grown persons. Prevent serious iior is with the company mid ijlilef
results from a cold. Tuke only the of tho tribe of reds carried. Bound
genuine Foley's Money and Tur Com ing Elk in his native tongua snyst
pound, and refuse substitutes, Shu- -'I saw Cluster fall nud ho laughed
gurs and Tanner. as he fell."
BABY BOY KILLED IN
Another Fearful Traqedy In Lincoln
County Mrs. Tom Wilder,
Child's Mother, May
Monday afternoon ns Mis. Taos.
Wilder, the wife of a farmer, hmg
in the Hubble section, was on lur
way to riait Air. und Mre. John Far
mer, living qt Ilcdgoillle, tho hio
ran awny'nnd the mrrvy w.is de
molished, resulting in injuries to tuo
sc en-mouths old int. ml son, tioui
which it died thflt ovnk)g Mi, Wa
vier ulso received many suere bnu-
sesniul one out about thu 1'hcc mil
ndernid injuries, it is fourud, w he a
L'lte terrible catastrophe occurred
cm the pike, almost iu sight of the
Wilder home. The breaking of the
Will Be Held Monday By Democrats
Hon. K. J AIcDcrmott, will fill
5 ' nppoaitnient here next Alonday
county court day. Some discussion
has been hud in regmd to a foint do
hate being n ranged between Air. AIc
Dcrmott ant' Hon. K. P. Morrow,
who is nh-o billed for n speech lieio
on thi- snme date; but in a letter to
j the chairman of the campaign coni
luittcc, Air. AIcDcrmott states that
tic hnppeued to meet Air. Alorrow,
n few days ago and tho latter agreed
with niia (AIcDermott) that no good
would result to either party from
such n meeting. Both gentlemen n
greeing upon this matter the probab
ility of a joint discussion of tho
campaign issues is of cause nt. an
end. Air. AIcDermott will speak in
the couit house at 1:30 P. AL, and
Mr. Aim row will speak at the opera
house nt 1 o'clock P. AL
OPERA HOUSE SEASON
Opens Here Saturday Niqht With
"Daniel Boone on The Trail."
The theatrical season of the Slim
ford Opera House opens Saturday
night September 0th with "Daniel
Boone on the Trail." This is a thrill
ing romance of pioneer days one of
those thrilling soul stirring dramas
that appeals to every man woman
nnd child .who huve ivitliiu them
one spark of patriotism. Alnunger
Harris bus mounted this historical
production with scenery painted
from photographs taken aloug the
bean ti fill Kentucky riier where
Boone's iuteiostiio campaign against
the Shawnees toak place. A num
ber of real Sioux Indians, loaned
by I'liele Sum ,from one of his res
ervations nre used in the exciting
scenes of the play. A pack of Si
berian wolves, a deu of ferocious
bears and BooneV fnuioits trailing
dogs nre also worked in tho different
r.ecnes und helps to give :t tho reel
iitmosplieic of pioneer davs wheu
our enilier settlers had to fight them
by night and the howling savages
The burning of Boone's cabin, the
throwing of Elizabeth into the deu
of hours nnd Boone's heroic fight
lor life with hungry wolves, the sur
render of Cornwallis nnd Washing
ton's message to Boone are among
the many scenes of thi famous
The Indian dressed iu their na
tive war regulia and the wolves
in their cages of enpliiily are seen
on the streets the day of this ut-