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volume XXXVIII NO. 8a.
WHISKY ELECTION CALL
THROWN OUT OF COURT.
Jtidqc Bailey Holds Petitions Filed
By Wets Invalid For Lack of
Lincoln rumitv will not have a lo
ml iiiliini election mi December 1 Hilt
1( SCe wlll'tlll'l' Millions shall bc "l-
4'ind again ur not.
Tin? wet' pt'litmit ukilif for nil cleu
lion, rtn thrown uitl of cimiiI by
C utility Judgu lluiluy Saturday at
jioon upon the showing imulu upon
tlio petition from Wuyneshiirg pic
ciiict No. 1 when' tin? dry had sue
needed in knocking enough inning off
tin' Wets' original petition to liimlli
dulc tliu petition from this district,
fin drys brought llie petitions in
Wuyneshiirg No. 1 irom 1111 down
to 7,'i names according to their fig
urcN, which brought the petition below-
tliu -' per cent leipnred by law
to be obtained from each precinct in
I lie eount) before nn election could
be held flic Dry bad made a hard
light to knock out tin? Wets on Knw
l.iml piccinct, but Judge llniley ruled
that the Wets bad enoiu'li names in
Rowland alter nil the petitions nnd
milliter petitions bad been consider
ul, and then Ihe Dtys brought np
llieir enso from Wii)iieburg. .Men
irom the Vot End who were here
.Saturday said that had tliu Drys lo.it
li Wn.viieslmig, they would hae won
out liii.ill) in ILiHtonvillo No. 1 pre
inet, as ihcv claimed to have taken
uough names from the Wets' pe
ton in tluit precinct to invalidate
The fight ovr the petitions for an
electiou wus very Imrd fought in
rouiit) court between the wets and
Dry iorces. rroniineiit men m both
finises vreio present in court on ov
ry day of the county court ufter
the hearing of the uuso begun on
l'nday morning, Ihe hearing being
tilt adoiirned session of County
Court. Attorney (leorse 1). Floicnee.
icpresentid the Vet-, and put up
hlronv: battle for bis clients, contest -intr
every inch ' '. "' v.
He was ii--nt'd in defending hi
imr by n number of the prominent
Wet leaders including J. (1. Wenther
ford. Abe Newton and . O Speed
if lliistmvillf. Dun nnd Claude Ho
ler. of King's Mountain. J. W. Aeey
Cleon.e Logan. ' " CSi-ntrv. J. C.
Lvnn. Mt Marti.i. Prvor liimden,
ami othir- ft 'tiirif id. Anions the
l)r b id'f who iiu.uriallv assisted
the two ntternevs m their side of
the ficht weie N. . l'owle. W.Mitt
Smith uud Iran; t amdeu, ol Uow
biud. J. II. Bnughninii. D. M..Wnl
J.Vr. .1. J. Diekev, (!. I). Wcar.n, and
others, of Stanford. .1. M. Reynolds
Ulltilev CSnoch, Jus. Wheeler, Thus.
I hill p of Stantodr. Hen Forn'l,
Rev W. S. Willis. George R Priiitl
(1. W. MeKinnev, George Uiffe nnd
others of the West I'.nd.
It required almost a lull day lo
diipoie ot the Rowland ci? and
nearly us nru b moie for Wu)ites
hurg. At Roulaud Jimgc Bailey forc
ed those who hud naiml hi mnny u
three petitions to eome into eouil
nnd mi which vu the) wihrd to
bo counted. Sevelnl tleeleil to le
tnnin on the Wet ietition while sev
eral ciiiiio over lo the !rs. Some
jiitber sensational teatiuvi were de
veloped in the heHiiii'T "I the Wa-n"dnir-
-.. The titl wai wbeti
T. N. Tel iv swore ou the wituo-l-liincl
tluit ls nuiue liqd lifcn forjt-
il to the WcIh' thild pelilio:i in that
prei itii-t. Mini that lie hml not author
kmI th.- Kttwti.il ire. And (hen il
liiouvht out h the tit-tiioii lht
one of Ihf zciitniiK dr Niid "-' eei
Tor Mtix to eouiileiuet tin? wet-'
IH'tilioii. .ludire itailev. who sifted
m ireiunxtum c in delnil m lo
j.Me eaeb snle u tnir nnd iinooitwl
bearnm and decision, look oft the
name of Mr. Terry tioin lite petition
to -Allien be had been l'm-ftd, and al
so ri-fined lo count Ihe nnmes of tlie
four men who are said to base been
paid to uo oil the DivV petition.
The llutoniile petition of the
I)r. which win said to have taken
olf more names than eilher of the
other two precincts which were, tak
en up, wai not preicuieu ny tue
Mm. J. C Rankin was visiting her
.ister Mrs. A. P. Sloan Sunday.
Frank Sloan came home from Ciu-
iininti to see the Jiomciolks Siuida-,.
Jviis. Eliu Ilnriis came home from
ITir.ir Springs Sunday.
Mrs. Scott Smith of Pulaski coiiu
y is visitine Mrs. J. M. and A. L.
Miss Alice Rankin was visiting
Mrs. Waller Petlus Satuiday nnd
W. L. Sloan bought a iiuiln colt
Jrom Cbarluy Pollard foj- r.")l.
Furris Fritzpntrick lmueht li nuileh
from J. AL Riinkin u( 70.
Dr. E. H. Pcarce was visitinj; in
this neigbboihoood last week.
v Lame back is one of the most com
inou forms of muscular rheumatism
A few upplieutioiu of Chamberlain's
Liniment will ;iwi relief. For buio
liy all draWra.
TflE Stanford Interior Journal.
R. II. I tut sou in IinriuK the gend'
fiirinshinK department of his -tore
leinodf led. e ii nddlur iniirli to
the looks uud conveiiieiico of the
sloio by piiitinic in rlothiinr cabuietx.
Dr. .1. J Slnrin, foriinrly of thu
county but now u rising .Munitt , liy
irlnn in D.iuvillo wan nnltnl in iiini
rinjic to Minn .Mnrj Irvine, un al
lnulip )ouiik Indy of Itovlu's cap
ital. Mrs. (Jeorj-e .M. I'nllemoli letl
Sitmhiy for n stuy of some moiithi
at Ihe Cmli Orchard Sanitarium
vheie it Is hoped she will be jjrent
iliss Knlie Lee Denny will -.'ive i
"Receipe I'ailv" Tuenlay atteinooti
in honor of the popular vaiui! brac
elet I, .liii Edna liar hour .Mmon.
Each (,-iieit is expected to ie her
(uoiile iceeipe which will be noted
by .Miss .Mason nnd pretterred for
Mrs. Wm. R. CooR enlertiu'ned
.Monday nftenioou in honor of Miss
Mr. Clifton Sanders ntte 7(1 enr
died at his home in Mndisoii alter u
Xcncrnl detliue of a compliealioit of
diseases. The decerned was tlie
Hnlher of A. 1'. Sunders of this,plaee
The (larrnrd County Karmen' In-
stifule will moW at the court home
lodav TiiihiIuv in MSM.mil. Subparts
will he dimmed Unit will I f
uiiiili interest to fnnners nnd sloek
Mrs. t hailes Cornier Itrown mi
I i linen diowei 'lhurdn nftenioou
'i.. ,1... I... I.. ..I..... it- i!i ..
... mi- iii iii.-ii.-ii ,ss jvillll Mllsoll.
The members of the Embroider)
Club nnd n few intimate friends of
Miss Mnson were the suests on the
Eliler I. M. Tinder left Monday
for l.eiiiuitoii where he will nssist
Elder I. .I. Spemer in u rexivnl.
Mrs. Hurry I). Jones of Moutieello
foimerly Miss Willie Itelle Iturns'ile
of this plnee had the sad misfortune
to av her home burned. The los
is V-.IHIO with nn inwmiiiv of 1,."i(I0
The Ladies' Aid Souet) of tliu
Christian church will meet Saturday
afternoon with Mrs. Martha Kvnns
I.usk nt the home of Miss Snllie
Miss Rogers, of Foreisil Mission-
ii ry lectured nl the Presbyterian
eliureli Sunday inj:ht
N. M. Ilrrwie. of Cnrtersville. and
Miss Ronnie (. were united i,i
linrriaee nl lln Inmi.. .l 11.1... 1.'
M. Tindel. lie pronouncim; the rere-
V A. I.enr I.iinens(ir's wide awake
trader shipped n -ar load of hoes
ami n ear of cattle to Cincinnati
riiursibi), the following beitit; some
of his purchases r From Dr. W M.
Elliott HO 170-pound hoj;s nt fi.S.'i.
net hundred;: from Lo-run Non .'10
ls(-loiinil porketN for fi cents per
pound: ftoin Jacob Robinson 27 1.10
pound ho-.'s at "i l-1,1 cents from
I'd Clnrk 11 110 pound porkers nl
the siiiiii- price; from II. D. Lee 'JO
l.'O boss nt s.ViO; from C. A. Ar
nold a score of l.'ll pound hos at
0 l-'J eints; from Joe Carpeitlci lo
Kill pound hoes at (! cents; from
Job Mnrice l." head of S.'iO pound
i utile at ?:i.:i0 in r bundled; frou
R. R. Diiddernr 7 700-pound steers
Mt-r.l.7.'i. and from I.. ('. MeWlioitei
.' hetiil of 1100 pound entile nl "
Mrs. i'oimIIoc Lackey of Kalians
Citv ts the Kitest of Mrs. ) M.
Lackey. Di. R. L. Pointers hits re
t n rued fiom l.oui-illc wheie he wits
in attendance nt the State Veteri
nary Medical Assoeinlioii, Miss F.dna
Kflyiiuuauuli left the past week for
ludiaimpolis where she will tllTc a
course in the I). D. Institute
Mrs. ,'. . llrowu has been the
auest of Dr. and Mrs, Ens 'tie Drown
of Stanford Miss Mnwnc Diekei-son
LINCOLN COUNTY FARMERS INSTITUTE.
The LinciTln Comity Fiirmei-s' Institute will be held here Friday and
Satuiday of this week nt the couit house. The Stale Dtpaitmont of
Aericultuie will liuve Messi. S. J. Patnek, W. A. Cope uud W. T. Kane
ou 1 in ix 1 to lend the discussions, uud u number of local farmers have
been inked to take pint iu the progruni. which is us lollows,
Friday Mornl ( Session Iff A. H.
Called to (Irder. S. J. Puliicl;
luvoiciitioii Ki. D. M. Wulker
Welcome Address '. Ma.voi A. 1!. Flor ueo
llcspoiisc S. II. Pitliick
Flection of Delegates to Attend Stute Pninier Institute Prompt!) II O'
clock. Friday Afternoon Session I :S0 P. M.
The Mission of the Farmer.'.
Hogs uud Their Diseases-'
Manures and Fertilizeis
Poultry mid Profits
Grasses, Cable and Uses
Iuvociitiou , .
Restoring nud Maintaining Soil Fertility . . . .-
Agriculture iu Public Schools
ow to (let Stand of Clover und Value
My Experience with Hogs
General Discussion by Institute
Sheep nnd Goats
Saturday AfUrnoon 1:30 P. M.
Alfalfn and How to Grow .
Selecting and Testing Seed Corn uud Corn Cultivation
Why Hoys Leave Farm.....
Jl.iii viui; profits , . . . ,
Generul L'iscunsiou. Hy , Institute
Organization of -Farmers
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, 't I SDAY, ()(
i Kiciimotiii .Noiimil Scliool was tliu .
week end LMiest of her mother, Jlrs.
Mnry Dieherson. .Mines Martha nnd
Helen dill hft Tlmisdny for n pro
. .! .- .. . r .. I ... fM..I. ..
imcieu vim io irieiius in j uiwn
llklnhomii slid Diner Colorado. .Mrs
R K. HiikIics nod litll dnuithter,
Mni-Kuret I'lkin IIiikIici have return
ed to their home in Louisville (leo.
I'. Mmon, of ClneiiKo is expected to
lit Ins brother, . R. .Musoii nud
wife iie.t week and be priwenl lor
I he innrriiipc of Ins niece, Miss Kilmi
Itnrliour Maou and Willinm Fox l,o
gHii. Mrs J. II. Collier is in Lexing
ton with her sjdter Mrs. t'linrles
Riehnrdniii. Misn Minnie Brown is
at home Irom a i-il to friends in
N'icholnsMllc. Dr. nnd Mrs. J. (1.
Parsley are in Padueah for u strty
ot ceru! weeks.
To Be Unveiled at Lexinqton
The luiu-iInn; of the monument e
icclcd to the mcinorx of Ceiirul John
iiiiiti jioivan nun ins nn in nii-u ""
I.... ii 1....1....11
hif held in LcMiutoil. Kv.i on Oc
tober the 1 St It will be an event of
wide-spiead lnleiest. This monu
ment which is tjnen Ii) the Cllltcil
Matmhtcrs ot the Couledeiaev lm
cost tl, 110(1 In irodui? and it and
not only ns a meiiMnto of the kick.
Confederate (ieneial. but also .is ;i
biMilltlftll reiiieinberaiiee of the splen
did el foils ol tlu-u still more sM.n
!td women who lunc toiled fin I lit ill
Iv iu the work ol raising the tun J
v. Hit which lo dcfrin the expenses of
iutcIiic the monument.
The IlltM'ilinc eeremoiues will be
u fitlins climav to the rcat eoiieii -
tton us tin I'nitcd Dntixhtcis ol the
CiinfeilerneV which will be held ir.
I.eMiiL'tou this eoimiie week. I be
ceremonies ate ot it very eianoriuc
hntneter uud include flenenil Hasil
W. Duke nnd Major Otis fcnii),
Masters of Ceremonies, an tuvoeii-
lion by the Revernnd William T.
Punch, nn luldress of welcome by
Mnjnr John ikiiiii of Lexinuton. nn the loneest ervice 'M )ears (!
tuliiross rT'dovernor Aueiistus E. iiiontlis 10 days.; Jlnr&hnll's 'M yeur
Willson, nn nddress by the State ,3 months nnd 5 days; Harlan's 33
Pri-iilent of the I'. I). C, Mrs. I
Mek Illa!en'ore. a praer by the
Revernnd K. t. Otierrnnl, the bene
diction by the Kcvcrnml John R.
DeeniiL'. Hesides the iihou- the chief
-'ddress of the oeeasum will
,,IVI'1M- ,,v ,,r' (,"-v ( "rI,',"
will be it
I Imlliuinre. .Mr)iuiiu.
Immediatelv before the ituveilliie
i eremoiiies, which will take place ou
the fninoiis court boti-c square where
the monument has been eneted it
session of the convention will he held
iu the Woodland Park Aiiditoiium
ami where n piinido of tiiiitfiiificent
proportions will be foimed. includ
ing the members of Moreno's Men,
Confederate veterans, State officials
of the Cii'itcd Couti derate Veterans,
the .Monument Conunittce, Convention
Deleeates, Ihe fiovernor nnd his stitf?
This motiumeiit is mi I'ipie-triiiii
Statue, siiid to be the finest ol" its
ehartcter iu existence today: it is J time, by McCrenry und afcr sol tint
the -voik of Sienor Poniheo Coppini.lnpon the Louisiana Commissior
It Is lllst in
broiie .uitl is placed
upon an imposing, pcilc-lnl ot tn
choicest granite, (ieneial .Monran's
brother prondiinces the statue a r -muikiible
likeness of the emit (len
iial. Ink bpoti.
Ttieso troublobonio btulnb may bo re
moved uy an liiU'llcaUoii of oiju..!
parts ot citric ucld unci cream ot tar
tur melted ou u iilatti. .Mix uud rub
vvcr tliu mimih huU itieu wuhli out
caietutl) In tlniubt nil cat.es the Ink
will UUuiiear ut unco without In
jury to ttiu color Sluing tlmt liavo
been luiiinlereil may reulro Boveral
Iriuimunu beiore thoy yield. Worn-
uu h llotuc ( OUUUIIIIOU
..W. A. Com
A. C. Alford
.W. T. Knne
Session 10 A. M..
D. M. Walker,
. .W. A. Cope
..S. J. Patrick.
. .J. W. Ireland.
...W. T. Kane
... R. II. Crow
:. W. T. K.iiu,
.. W. T. Knne
....W. A. Cope
. . W. A. Cope
. W. T. Kane
, . . , . ,
Dies At Wnsltinqtoil Alter Lotiq And
! nkRnmifchPil lnrr
i ......,......... wit. .yt ,
Aso'-intc Justice Joliu M Hnr
lin. of the I'nitcd Slnles Supreme
Court, died nt Wnsuntoii Snturdny
moininir. Justice llnrh'ii wns 7S
yean ol aire. Often proclaimed thu
Klcnt coio-liiiti.imil mitlinnt) of the
day, once a t'ciiiiiciioiii. tiitmc in
IihIioiinI mill Kenllieky lepiibllcnu
politn s and lou u IchiIci in I'res
Josliee Uurlaii wns one of thu
iro-t ditilituisieil cilicii- ot the
lie bad been ill bis IIihii ii week
of an ntti'ck of lilllilcnzo.
.Mr. Ilarbiu us imirned in IS.'ili to
Mis M, Shutikliii, danclitei of
John Shaiililiii, of Evatisville, ImL,
lo which union fix children were
Ismi. He wits u membrrot the Pres
h Ic i inn church nnd took an active
part in nil matters connected with
ihe wink of this deiioiiiliiulioii, huv
iiiV been iee iiiii(criitor ol the Cell-
ei.il Assembly iu lllli'i.
i i .. . i
.ninu'c iiuri.iu was u man ot com
iiiiiioIiiik limine and striking pei'son
ullt), with a hiuli older ol adminis-
IrMlne ability. He was mi attractive
and ioreible speaker, nnd in n law
yer ranked with the nhlc-t in the
Justice Harlan lcac- I line sons
i ml Iwo iliuvhlcrs. James S. Har
lan, a memebr of the Interstate Com
merce Coinmis-iiiii; John M. Harlan
Ii.. ii prominent iiltorne) of Chicago
who nt one time was caiidulale foi
M.i)oi of that citv "ii the Republi
i nn ticket; 'Dr. Richard (. Ilailau.
ii Ptesb)tciian ininistu at Wushin-
jtou, I). C, nud
.Mlsses Ruth uud
real ambition wits
I .mini Harlan.
I Justice nrlnn'
jto sere until next June, when be
wouiil iiaxe exceeiteil' the service ot
nny other man who e.-er sat on that
bcrfch. His .service wns loneer than
that of any other justice except
Chief Justice .MaTsluill and Associate
.)'i-.ice Stephen J. Field. Fields was
jenrs 10 months nnd 25 days. His
service did not exceed tlint of Jus
tice. Story, who wns on the beneh
33 years 9 months nnd 22 dny.
Justice llnrlnn wus born "on the
first day of June, 1833, in Doyle
i otinty, Ky., received on academic
education, was graduated from cen
ter College, Danville, Ky., in 1850 and
picparcd for the bar iu the law de
partment of Transylvania University
where he had the. benefit of instruc
tion under two of Kenliicky"s erent
ct chief justices Robertson nnd
Justice Ilailun was defeated for
Coneress, in the Old Ashlnnd dis
trict by 07 votes in 18ul) became a
colonel in the Union Army nnd was
elected Attorney General of Ken
lucky in JSfi.1. He wnf- twice de
feated ns the republican enndidate
for Governor of Kentucky the, second
which took the presidency awny from
Tilden, was appointed nn nsocinte
justice of the Supremo court by
C. K. McCluro hs bought of .Mr.
D. S. Carpenter of Ilustonviiro bis
homo which is nicely situated on
East .Miim street there. Mr. Citire
will get possession in the near future
and we people here at Morelan.l le
gret to give him up but lie will be
our loss on lliistonville's gain.
.Mr. M. J. Iloffmnu who lives in
Williamsburg, but has a farm here
will have a t-at ou the. 20th of this
month. This will be one of the larg
est sales held in this end of the coiin
ty for years. He will ji1o rent bis
fit mi of some 300 acres 'to the high
.Air. J.C. Ford called his deal off
for three mules he bought .from Mr.
David Eubunks, on account of one
getting cut very badly with a barb
w ire. '
Mr. M. J. Hoffman sold to Mr.
Wm. Myers of Iltistouville a nice
bunch of cattle.
Mr. Marcus Moore is now running
the Mink,s Hotel.
Mr. J. F. Ford left for Somer
set to join his wifo who haa been nt
the bed bide of her futherssiuco last
Sunday, who died Tuesday und wns
buried Thursday ut that place.
.Mr. Harry N'cal uud Mr. Algnr
Weddle of this place und, Mr. Lind
wiv Rutherford of llu-toiiille bought
Iheirjiel.ets here for Lexington,
when- they will Juke a course ut the
Wilburn Smith business college.
Mrs. W. G. Montgomery is visiting
nt Asiiili, Kv'
Ou the f iff Ii Sunday of this mouth
Ilro. Montgomery will fill the pulpit
ut t lie i iiristinn eliureli ana the
boys of the Sunday school will have
u bo) s tlnv. hver.vhody invited,
come and enjoy yourself. Everybody
i Mr. George Murphy u young man
of Liberty who was shot to death
iKVideutolly Jiere at the Moor Hotel
was tukeu to liberty for burial.
TOIH.H 17, 1011,
I'. . (I. Monlt'tiitinri f,ll.l i.;a
,iipM.iiitnii'iit nt Junction City Suu
dny. I Mr. Tom Kiint the noiiinuuii.o
here hits had the postotfioe riffti
printeil on the postuffie so tlmt
when slnimrcrs comti to tliu town
they -v ill know whore to ro.
.Air. Wulter .Arimu attended the
show lieiu lns week and reports h
Hen Pruitt mid E. T. Ford nlteiid
id ehiiruh nt I Iu-tuu ilia Inst Sun
The Edwin ds Comedy show which
moved here Inst week drew !nr'u
irowds nnd all was carried out nict
I). These were the contests that
were held: Mr. Lclmn Honnker svt-
liinr f. for snwini; u block of w 1
into first nud Emerall I!eii7ley got
fin cents for pultun,' u cracker in his
louth and whistliiiL' first. lr. .Tnbn
lurkelt trot u bov of ei'-ars for ilrie.
int: 10 nails through an inch plank
irst mill Joliu l'e)tnn received "0
cuts lor uettlliL' the first liili. nfl'
A crowd ot" boys uud ghU jot
ojtellicr nud stormed -Mr. Almir
Weddle Inst Friday niKht. .Mr. Wed-
ine icit .Monilay lor Williurii R. Smith
Mihcml lo lake u Imsiuess couru
V wish him success.
Funnels- uie eiV busy cutting
corn, sowing wheat uud miikim- soi-
The tobacco crop bus about nil
Mr. Hen Lewis Iot n 200 horso
Stiud.i by backing over a bluff and
snugging hiu.selt from which be died
Mr-. Da.iiel Skidmore who bus
been s,.fc for 0ino weeks is .still seri
Mr. mid Mrs. J. S. Youm? are li.it It
Miss Elsie SiVmletoii, teacher of
the Mt. Moriah school visited her ).tr
eats mar Wuvncsbiir' Sntiirduv and
Siindav Inking a number of her pu
pils home with her.
.Mrs. Mary S. Gastineau and son
Lee of near Lancaster visited Vr.
Flora Walls Sunday.
.Mrs. Hawkins of Oregon, Mrs.
Spenke of Lancaster and George
Soeake of Athens. O.. worn tb. miesis
of Mr. 0. G. Speake brother, hou of
cousin respectively, Sunday.
Mrs. Lewis of Mnrksbury was the
guest of her niece Mis. Nannie Ihttt
Mr. Jesse Sexton of neitr Hirrods
Lurg und Miss I.illie Hnlo of this
plnee were married a few days since
and have gone to tbo groom's home.
Mr. J. II. Ilutt went to Louisville
last week to buy goods
-Mr. Moffaid representing David
Ades Lexington, Ky., wns in our
midst this week.
Mr. Samuel Light has returned
Mr. Thomas Butt is building it
dwelling bouse on one of his lots re
cently bought nt Crab Orchard lot
Miss Elizabeth Lutes has returned
id from Ilitstouville. Mis. John
Lutes has gone to visit her daugh
ter Mrs. Frye nt Hustonville.
A. 0. Young nnd luniily nnd .Mrs.
Margaret Young have gone to visit
telntives near Lexington.
Miss Pearl Baugh of Detroit, i
here visiting Eva Lena Baugh.
FREEDOM CHURCH MEETING
The revival at Freedom ehuuh
conducted by Evangelist Hubbard,
closed Sunday night October 1st with
about 90 additions to the church of
Christ most of them coming from
tbo Christian Church. Bro. Hubbard
is n splendid preacher and teaebei
having few equnls for clearness of
statement uud force of argument.
Tbo largest nudience at this place
for years have been in attendance,
numbering nt night fiom 500 and 700
Wo cheerfully endorse Bro. Hub
bard ns a Gospel preacher and Chris
tum man. May thu Lord bless him
in the good work to which he is so
devoted is our prayer.
GOOD MEETING AT ELLISBURG.
J. It Jones pastor of thu Bap
tist church of Stanford recently eon
ducted revival services nt the Baptist
church at Ellisburg, Casey county
Rev. A. S. Jeffrie,- is the pastor. The
meeting icsttlted iu 12 for baplisin 2
by relation 2 by letter and 0 testoied
to fellowship of the church. The
vhole church seemed greatly revived
and benefitted. Theie wt;re good
congiegations at every service. The
school near the church was dismissed
each morning nt 10 a. in., and march
ed to the church. Several of the chil
dren were coverted and joined the
It was joy and plcastue to be with
the Ellisburg people, and to enjoy
their kindness und hospitality. Home
i.f the finest crops of com and to
bacco I have seen this year arc ou
Big South. Thev are enterprising
i p-tu-.lute farmers, fitiu business
POWERS FOR APPELLATE JUDGE
In Event of 0'Rcar's Election Is
Rumor at Barbourvillc.
'Ihe Iliirboiirville Xews published
in Caleb Powers' home town, said
Will It he Judnt; Power?
It is rumored tint JiiiIl'o O'Renr
will in enso ot his election ns Gov
ernor, appoint the Hon, C.tlb Pow
er ns Juile of the Court of Ap
penls to fill the vncuiicv ereMed bv
Ins elevation to the Governor's ehnir
He hope this is not true, us we do
not believe that Mr. Powers has had
sufficient experience iu the legal pro
fession to iimhfv him for so im
portant uud mi responsible u posi
tion. Judge from the influence es
ercised by Mr. Powers iu the Louis-
villa Convention we are not nt nil
surprised tlmt such n deal mny have
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Xew York won the first game of
lhe world's base bull championship
series fiom Philadelphia Saturday
at Xew York by n score of 2 to 1.
Mnthew.soii pitched for N'cw York
iigniiist Bender, the Indian. On Mou
day, however, Philadelphia turned
the tables on the Giants, defeating
them ut Philadelphia by .'I to 1.
Mitiqii.ird was in the box for Xew
York against Plnnk for the Athletics
The Secretary of the Xuvy has or
dered the mobilization of the Atlan
tic fleet nt Xew York and the Pacifie
fleet nt Los Angeles
There wero 212 business failuiesin
the United States during the week
ended Oclobr 12, ngaiiist 201 week
The 1011 European wheat crop of
eight countries of Europe will be it
banner one, equaling 1,710,905,000
Members of the G. A. If. ut Lex
ington have accepted the iuviatiou of
the Confederate Veterans to parti
cipate in the unveiling of the statue
of Gen. John II .Morgan.
Associate Justice John Mitr.shnll
Hurlini, of the Supreme Court of the
United States, is suffering from uu
uttnek of nctite bronchitis ut bis
home iu Wnshington. Because of
bis nge his condition is regarded its
APPEAL TO CITY FOR HELP.
Mny or A. B. Florence has received
a copy of the resolutions adopted by
the town council ot Blink River Falls
Wisconsin, culling on the mayors of
the different cities for help for the
destitute eiti.ens of tlint towit, which
was practically wiped out of cxis
lunie bv the great loss being over
a million nud a half dollars.
Mavor Florence will iWeive uu)
contribution that the citizens of
Stanford wish to niitke to the Hood
sufferers, and whatever is contribut
ed will be piotiitly forwarded to
Muyoi MiGilhtiav of Black- River
Fall for distribution to the needv
people of the flooded district.
SERVICES AT THE
Tbete will be pi caching services
ut the Stanford Baptist church Wed
nesibi), Thin sd.iy nnd Friday evening
of this week bv the pastor The
sen ices will begin piomptly nt 7 P.
M Everybody cordially invited to
attend these services and tbo mem
bers are urged to attend and nssist
in the meeting. The services will be
Twenty thousand peoplo read each
issue of the Interior Journal.
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY, M. E. CHURCH SOUTH
The Woinnii's Missionniv Society of (he M. E. Church South is con
vening in Stunford for a two days' session, today ami tomorrow-. Tho
progrum is as toiiou:
7:00 Devotional Miss Julia Dm hum. District Secretary.
Address -Our Young People" .Miss Miiuile Bniu (Le
Conference Second Vice President.
heboes front Mi-sioiuirv Coiuie.il.
...in.. .I....- . ,. .,,.
rnuics,i v oiueieiiee i 01 responding fieeielitrv, foreign Dept.
Oi ganiration. '
9:30 Report of District SeeruArv
iionniy Education (n) Council Reports, ((b) Leaflet, (o)
ice Mrs. A. It. Massey (Buritside), Supt. of Editorial
Missionary v oic
10:10 Our Foreign Institution--Mrs.. Il, Bowmnr.
10:30 Foreigns in America. Our work for tliem--Mrs. Diekev.
10:.'i0Scarritt Bible nnd Training School. Miss Bain.
11:13 Mission Study uud Christian Stewardship.--Mrs. G W
Crulchfield. ( Richmond.) .
11:30 Bible Study Mrs. Jas. H. Spilmnn, Conference President.
2:!.V-The benefit of both deurtiuen.s in the Auxiliary Mrs. Dickey
2.30 Social service and locnl work.
2 iiO Children's wmk- Discussion led by Mrs. L. L. Piykel, (Wil
inoic.) 3:10 The Jubilee It's meaning and ptliiose.
3:30 Question Box.
, Wednesday Evenlnq.
Address Mrs. J, II. Spihiutn; .Subject:
We trust that the people bf Stunford und vieinty will attend these,
sessions and the men will be profited by coming us well as the women
nnd oung peopW. We all ueed more lijsht ou the subject of Missions
und information given inspiration.
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EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
STANFORD SCORES 13 TO 0
Local Hlqli School Boys Win Their
First Foot Ball Game of the
The plucky team f Stunt. Mil High
School went down to Somerset Sat
in dny mid in u classy gnme of foot
bnll defeated that hih school by a
Mine of 13 to 0. Tho local bovs dis
played Irue met lie, for they played
full lime or 1" minutes to eneh quar
ter. The ball wus first kicked off
to Slaufoid who advanced the ball
about 20 yards. At no time wns tho
Lull on dangerous territory for Stan
ford. For the first three quarters
thcio wns no score made nnd tho
''all evebanged sides mnny times,
most of Somerset's1 guins were made
ou forward passes but none of thcni
seemed to avail anything. Harris
I'olemuu intercepted two or three of
their forward passes in classy stylo
In the thiid quarter Etrhry made n
beautiful run for a touch down but
Somerset claimed no goal although
no opponent touched or got nearer
him than 3 yards. 1I. was obstruct
ed bv Reiiibart bis own man but
went ou to the goal unhindered. The
play was made on u forward pass.
However, the down was not counted.
In the fourth quarter, some of tho
best phtving wus done, llnrris Colc
iiiun made two touch downs on end
runs mid MeCurty kicked ono field
goal from the 33 yard line, this mak
ing a score of 13 to 0 in fnvor oC
Stanford H'mh School. The Stunford
buys did some ;;ood playing but
made u few costly fumbles thus re
ducing the score. Clinton Coleman
played the first two qunrters tit
light gunid nnd McCormnck plnycd
the last two. The players all did
fine woik nud n very fast game will
bo had heie next Saturday when tho
strong team from the Kentucky
School for the Deaf will play on thu
borne grounds. A aood crowd should
:iuiMiloulitli?ss will be present to
cheer the plnvers on to victory. Wnt
ers ns ouarter back and Thomas
Coleman at full back can always be
relied upon to play a steady gamo
Reinhnrt nnd Spalding Dill nt ends
promise to develop into the best
material. Joseph Uitl and Will Mc
Carty ns tackles imiy always be de
pended upon to do their part Silas
Anderson, Logan McCormnck and
Clinton Coleman as the gunrdsnro
new men who show good strength.
Wesley Embry still holds his speed
und agility nnd Russell Brown may
be classed as obi regularity at Cen
ter rush. Prof R. S. Liiigcrcmi has
been doing some satisfactory couch
ing as the team work will show.
For the opposing team James Cole
man ns full back, Ciinverse nt end
iiiid llussing nt guard did good work.
Come ne.xt Snturday to see the gamo
with the K. S D. Admission 2"e.
Prof. Liiigemuu wns referee for
Stunford and Prof. Ttisfisou umpired
for Somerset. Prof. J. W. Ireland
miiuages the team and nlwnys nc
(ompauies his boys.
When Conceit Is Strong.
Occasionally a man's conceit at
tains that superlative degree wber
ha talks glibly In bla own Interest
and calls It working for the general
good. Atclilson Globe.
MISS BETTIE EVANS HURT
A dispatch fioia Shelby ville Satur
day suid: Miss Itettie Evnus, one of
the best known women iu Sbelby
ville, was knocked down by u hore
on tho public square this afternoon
and was taken to thu King's Daugh
ter's Hospital iu nn unconscious con
Mrs. Ilcrm.in n...
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