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jVOLtlMB XXXVIII No. 85
PRETTY CHURCH WEDDING
IN WEST END LAST WEEK
Miss Yowell Becomes the Bride Of
Prominent Flerldian News
"" lluitonvlllr, Oel. 20.
One if the prettiest wedding)
(lie ncnrmii was solcmtlir.cd nt the
Christian church nt 10 o'clock Wed
nesday of lnt week when Mis An-
i jia Yowell became the wife of It. It.
, llerrmi. of Lakeland, PJgiila. The
bride is the nttractivo liiul ncenm-
jilpioh il daughter of Mr. ami Mrs.
!. M. Yowrll, nnd ono oi our nweel-
ct nml mn-t toniliir girl. The
groom t one of tho most prominent
men ol hi city ninLfor a number
of years linn conducted a jewelry
eittiibli-hment. The bride wore n
beautiful traveling xiiit of tan anil
her natural heauty never showed to
lietler advantage. Tho ccremnr
was Htiiil hy Itev. W. S. Willi, pnlnr
of (he Christian ehureh. nnitpil by
Prof. Rogers, of Danville, who in
terpreted the holy word into the
ilenf male longunge. Immediately,
after the cerrmnn, , tlie linppy couple
left for the South, Mopping nt Chat
tanooga. Alluiitii. Jacksonville ami
St. Augustine. Their many frie"
wish them all tho hnppiness in th
Mrs. Waller Yiiunrruliilr. of Pan
"yiUc. is with the home folks for n
Mr. nml Mi. Kugcno Dunn at
temleil the funeral of Mr. Henry
I Mr. .John H. Itlire is in I.oitisvilU
'" Mr. Cocking nml daughter of
MoKlnncv. were here chopping on
Mr. ami Mi. C. W. Adam ami
fmtuly mil Mrs. Smith Powell tnol
ureil t'i Danville In- Friilny.
K. V. Carson Iiiia relurneil from
a short trip to I.ouisville.
Mi Murgnict Davis is the at
tractive uttc-t of Mr. ami Mrs. .Toe
Newell this week.
TO THE VOTERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY
On the 2Ut dav id October, lit 1 1 .
I was uomiuali'd liy the ltrpahlicau
party of I.meoiu lonni.v n a I'lin
Jidate for Itrproentntive. Owing to
the bbort tune I lmc in which to
make a cainnv-, it will be impo-i-tilu
for me to ce prionally nil nt'
the Voters ot the county. For the
piirpo-c of ciiug to tbi'iu the op
portunilj of kiiuwint my position
tu various questions now confront
ing the people, I take this method
to make known inv views, mid to
gitu them Ktilut! iiiforiualiou which
mav aid them in deciding as to my
.tidies mid that ot my opponent for
the position to which we both aspire.
I was boi a in the mountains of
Knox count v, Kentucky, -18 ytir
agot when I lived for 21 ycurs;
since which time I hate resided in
Lincoln county ll reason of nil-ur-i'
ciiviiuislauci's mid conditions
over wluAi I had no control, I had
no chance when u hoy to fccurv n:i
I'llucntion, and wlwu I should have
U'eii in school. whs d.iilv ciigagid
ut hard iiaouai labor t tying to help
tho-k! dependent Upon me for sup
port nnd mainlcnmiir. I, lli.'rcforc,
had no i puortiiiiity to utteud the
scbooU or to scenic uuy t:iti of an
filtieatioii m til uftcr rcuchiug iuiiii-
hood. nt v.'Iiich time. mid. n lien
ltiore llinu 30 yenw of age. bv mi
intr !t'tni sacillli" i. I on-, able t-
nttccd si lu'nl -r cvi nil vencs pod
by "rivnt'i f-ludy securer' Ui roi".-
ments of an ediiciit.ou. mid p
ed myself fur Ihe mini-tn'. nnd in
the MnMir's '""Usi; I Iiave labornl
lnillifiillv for the Kist 15 v."'
ditiiiis wh'ch time I hne bv tht h '
nf Rml. intluei'i'id about 1.000 n-r-sons
to folio"- "in the faith of the
meek m.d li"l. Nazarene."
" If I .hi in 1 1 be el-cted ri'nrecuta
t'ne by my fellow cllin-iis, I will
Htrive earnestly to ropreellt all tin
people, irresieetive of parly alTlin
tion. and will mmul for and vote for
the following propositions, or an
bills in the interest of the same, tiwil
1. A Uniform County Unit bill.
2. A fair and hourst redisricting
bill, giving to every citizen etpinl
3. Hcl'er kcIio Is. louver i'n"
more and la Iter books lo bn nuid fm'
liv the cii'iutv nml sink', if the p;ii
tut can not furnish tho miiu?.
1. Hotter nmils Jfl tier day for an
liouesl day's work on tho comity
roads. AIo reasonahle. coii'iii'iisn-
jlon to buys between 18 and 21 years
-nf a-.'c who at present are reipureil
to work on the roads without, eoni-
5. A uniform rule of two cents
' per miln for pnengei on all rail-
ronds in Kentucky. (The present
rale in Kentucky is threo cents, but
practically all of our ueiuliboritig
(,tn(e8 have the two cent rule; why
call not we have itf)
0. The stricter rugulation of tolo
iOumm Vsmwmhihm mv4 (heir ratw.
Mr. Ileltie Carpenter
guest of Mr, A. M. Frye.
Willio Kirk i homo from a visit
to relatives in Oklahoma.
Mr. ami Mr. Ilnwnnl Ciunnitz
nre visiting in Louisville this week.
Mr. Mntt Snndidgc, of Millcdge
villo, wan in town Monday.
Don't forget tlio big horse anil
mule ale of K. P. Womls & Son nt
Stanford on 'Nov. lt.
Mi- Livinra MeOiaw and brolh-ir-in-lnw,
Mr. Jack Shelhy, mototctl
over from Junction City last Fiiihiy.
Mr. anil Mi. Nathnn Pipe wen
in Danville Monday.
Miss Aila Aleoni is visiting the
,Mihci Aleoni in Stantoril.
Mossis. Aithui' I tut ton anil Stone
Stevenson gave a ! liulit Till chest
nut hunt Saturday. The girls pre
pared the lunch uud for -upper the
young men enteitained the young
Indie, nt Elixir Spring. Those for
tunate enough to bo invited wen
Mi Eddie T. Caipentcr, Mis Mag
gie Allen, Mies Margaret McCnr
mnck. Miss N'auey Cooper, Miss
Sallie Miick. Miss Edith Andrews,
Mi-s Lillian End. Miss Ella Itigney.
Mit Mnnrnret Newton. Miss Ethel
Kurlon, Miss Klir.nbeth Stcvenw
Mls Nellie New ton, Mis Alr.n
i Lyons, Mis Leun Ilnek, Miss Annie
' Dunn, Messrs. Jume Stevenson,
Carlisle Myers. Ocorge Iluhhard.
Milt Kails," Clifton Saiulidge, Clnr
onee Dunn, C. It. McCormnek, .Jr.,
, Illllie lliirtou. doo Mitchell, Oilmore
i Marlon. Mci-dames Willinm Dunn and
C. It. MrCormack wire tho chap'
mis. All reported n line time. ,
MisoH Marv 1). Kennedy, llereli- '
or XV'wheni mid Cora Mm? Ooode ,
are Ihe iittmetae guest of Mr. J. '
A. Itlaiu this wrck. I
Ecry democrat sh.nihl rer.iemhcf
In tin to the poll on election day uud
ote right under tho roosUr for V
Crcnry and the rest m ilio ticket.
1 know the democrats will win if
the men will just eiiuie out on elec
tion dav. Ict' show the rcpuhli
.niis the nre not the whole thing i'l
full authority to regulate the rale
to he charged the citizens within
their respeethe hinifs.
7 A repeal of the tax laws so as
to prevent taxes being levied both
on the laud and the purchase money
I'oti-, which, in many instances, rep
resent almost the total price paid
III such ciim's 1 bclicM- that the tax
should he apportioned between tho
hind owner and the holder of the
notes, ht-cnu-u both should not be
iiiuile to pay on what is for practi
cal purpose only inn pit if ot hi illi
cit',. Shanks' Record.
Now. as to the record, of my op
ponentMr. W. II. Kliauks. who hits
been In the ' legilat lire for four
years. What has he done iluiinu
this time in behalf of the people of
I bin county f
Mr. Shanks iuttotluccd a bill giv
ing to the railroads in Kentucky tin
right to ctah'Uh and engave in the
terry Iiumiics. What inteiest linvu
the people of Lincoln county in l' r
lies' Why should .Mr. Shunkn in
troduce a hill in which the people,
whom he in paid to represent, have
no direct inteiest J Why should
Mr. Shanks he so interested in the
in at and powerful railway corpora-
of Ibis slate as to introduce
lull- in their interest f lias he tiny
ib hf of ur.itittiile to pnv. lla In'
or any of hi- lieutenants, with hi
i. iiw'imIuo oi con-cut, used h.- mi no
or his position in securing pns-c
over any of these railroads! Let
(he people know-, Mr. Shanks, v
miii iiitiodiiced this hill. Tell them
the iniile of the man or men who
nsl.i-d you to father this measure
Mr. Shanks also introduced an
other bill preventing iiersons other
llinu lawyers from looking un deeds
records, etc, for hir" or rompensa
lion. If a nmn prefeis to hire a
suneyor or Mime other comix-!" i
imm-miii to mnkc nil ahlraet of h's
title, vhv should you want to pre
ven( him from doing of Why sav
o liim "Yon can't do it; you hire
tno or some other lawyer to do this
- Mr. Shanks aln introduced an
otlpr bi'l regulating jury service nml
"liieh lias, a tendencv to keep men
irtvr CI veafs of use from sen ill"
' inriffs. Docs Mr. Shanks Ihiid;
thnt u man of 00 vents is not as
rood a Juror as tho hoy of '21. If hn
docs. 1 can't nyree with Jilni.
Mr. Shanks chums to he a I.n'
- mid Order man and agains saloons.
If ho is. then let hjm cxplitiu to the
people, why ha U gtiinir to volo fo'
Hilly Khiir. for ltailroad Conunis
sionet. who is now and bus h'l"i f
many years, engaged in the snlonii
business in the city of Lexinaloo
and who Imp. upon many occasions
m tho records will show, violated
th liquors lawy of this slate. The
rniltoails waul Mr. Klair uleeted. Is
Mr. Shanks for him beeausu the
railroaiki want him. or I Mr. Hhnuka
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY. KENTUCKY, FIUDAY,
CASH PHIZES FOB CORN
To Be Given Farmers By State Bank
& Trust Company.
The Slate Hank & Trust Com
pany will givo premiums as follown
to ihe farmers of, Lincoln county:
llest eed corn (white) $7.50; nlso
to the fa rarer cxhlhiting 2nd best
nmplcs of white corn $2,150, nnd to
the farmer exhibiting tho best sam
ple of yellow corn $2.50. Hrin; in
your samples to tho bank and put
on exhibition between now nnd tho
18th on which date all entries will
cilice. The premium will ho awarded
hy an expert on tho 25th of Nov.
11)11. Coma in nnd mnko your en
tries. Yours to serve
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
For the people, of tho people, by the
CI N CI N ATI MARKETS
Cmciniii'li, Oct. 20. Cattle Re
ceipts 1,119 head; mnrket steady to
strong on good; sternly on other
grade ranncrs 25c lower nnd dull,
Mi'ir :i ")00.75; heifer $2.50(o
.Vill. cows $1.60(?i)i.oT; cnlvcs
Hteady at $3.50 $8.50. Hogs Re
ceipt ". IT' head; rcarfesi j-'ow: pack
er- and butchers 10c to 15 c lower
liitht shippers nnd pigs 10c to 25c
.ackers $00.50; stngs J(v
5.10; pi'.'r end lights $3fu'5.00. Sheep
Itccupls 151 hend: mar'Tt tro!T
ut $ 1.50(u 3.50; lambs .f:ifr (t
All the Facti 'n Epitaph.
Even the noloinn nml seiene ce
tcry of the Moralr.iis ut tletlitelie.i
supplies an InlercKiIng addition lo i
curlouii epltnpli. coliectloi in tbe rn
lowing which l cut on a stone ovu
the Krae of an Indl-ii 'In lueinory
of my dentest ton Jaincs Mt'Doimiu
Hois, ildcm kou o( John l.os, prtu
clpnl chief or the CheroKve nation
died In St. I -on In. .oeuiucr 'J, 18C4
lll .orpe Mas traiuportcd by Adams
Express to llethlctiom and ,ntcrtvil
at tlilH sucrcd Ot Nuemter 'ii
1C4. ukc (1ft) uruxs. tncnty-nlnr
a saloonkeeper, or simply bccnii.se
he is n Catholic and under the roo-t-er
The county is supposed to ho tho
unit in nil mntters connected with
the holding of a local option elec
tion. I brieve that when 25 per cent
of the voters n.k for mi election
tipiit this iptcstioii, that thev un
entitled lo it.' I do not think that
one precinct sniuiiii tie nnnucu in
mint ml tho entire county. If the
county is going to be the unit, let it
bo the unit ill nil matters conucotid
with ti local option election, both in
the ix'titioniii f.ir .r d the holding
of the election.
! hae made a can fill c;iui"iti
lion of Mr. Shanks' record mid I do
not liiul n single hill bearing his
iiiiini in favor of the mvat com
mon people. I.j it po-sible thnt by
leiison of his yriwit wealth, being
the owner of 1.000 acies of huul in
the heait of the blue grnsi.. mid
worth about ? 110.000. imwl of which
wim given to him, thnt he i- not in
sympathy with mid is not in tutu h
with the plain, common man I Pure
ly in four years he had mi oppoitun
ity to introduce nt lca-1 one hill in
fnvnr of the folks at hutne. even
though many of them arc poor ip
this wotld's good.
IViliiMis Mr. Shanks has ben too
l.iisv iiimiiug for Sjicaker and look
lil!' after one or two pir-omi' fi-icnd-lii
pay anv ultcitiou to the "pM
folks at home." What has Mr.
Slmnks done to merit our sunportf
What iiroiuises has he carried nut?
Mas he enacted or helped to enact
ini laws of henelit to you?
Thc'roor. huml'le tobacco r.lier
mis hen nhnost niinetl bv a miiiI
less corporation, the American To
bacco Compnnv. I lie price lius
droip(d fiom about 20 cents to nl-tiio-t
5 cents. Sim-ly, Mr. Shanks
audit to hae tr'ei to do something
ti nrotei-t lb" tobacco raiser fro to
t' ! mo' sler cornonition: but has
lv dime it? Xo! Xo! No!
Mr. Shanks has dm wit front lh.
State. Tnasure over $1,000. p'aced
there bv his fellow eitiztiir. to Ik
lutid outs, for "value received." Mr.
Sluink-. ill cn""!iiMiv J ps' oil'
Can v 1 look th" le)neeo l-j'l-pr in
t tic eve or a--v ! I -u 1 1 oi' 'n
the face, and tell him tlut lie got
Value Iteceivcd for the taxes lev
ied to pay your salary and expenses
at Frmikfoti? If I inn wrong nliouf
this matter, let Mr. Shank- te'l you
what he has done. Let him givo an
ne int of hi- stewntd-hip. 'Let
hint till why lu is entitled to yout:
If 1 am elected Itepresiutiitixv on
November 7th. I promise vou faith
ful nnd honst public seivlce mid
shall fnithfullj stnva to represent
all tho people, whether 'hoy com'
from tho gilded mansion of tho rich
or the humble cabin of tho poor.
Very Truly Yours,
BIG LOSS IN CORN
Seems to Have Been Caused by Rot
Bushel to Shock is Spoiled.
Much complaint is being heard
from farmers all over Lincoln nml
in other sections of tha provnlcm ;
of rot in com. Somo say thnt tho
bad ears arc showing up to the
amount of n bushel to tho shock
It had generally been expected thnt
one of tho best corn crops known
in many years would bo tho harvest
in Central Kentucky this year, but
tho rot caused by too much nin on
the shock will cut down tho esii
JACKSON SELLS FARM.
J. II. Jackson, four miles from
town on the Dauvillo pike, hns sM
his farm of 203 ncrcs to J. II. Craw
ford, of Mndison county and will
fcoon lenvo with his family for n
farm ho lias bought in Kenton coun
ty, near Walton. Mr. Jackson got
fl7,.r)00 for his property here. The
deal was mado Inst spring, but not
announced by Mr. Jnckson provio i
ly for he tried to buy bnck his fnrm
hero from Mr. Crawlo"! hut the I t-
her declined to self ft" bnck.
I DAKOTA JACK TO SPEAK HERE
lack Pundcv, a Montana cow
boy, will lecture nt the Court llott-e
Hiitiinln.S ufUrnnoii, next, the 28th,
ut 1 :30 o'eloek on the Aincricuu In
ili'iu, his in inner mid mode of liv
ing uud his wuy of treating ifisVrtse.-.
At I I'clock that evening, he will
lecture on the northwestern cowboy
and the life of a cow bow Dakota
,'nek i advertising hi- great Iptliuu
Id medic and will give away at each
lectiir.' . 100 worth of his jtcinedie.
Hi- Remedies will bo on Mile ut
Shugai & Tnuner's Drug Store op-io-ite
the Coutt llou-e. Kvery one,
men, women mid children, nre cor
dially invited. All Free; All Come.
Don't foi-g't ths ilnlc, Satuidav the
2Mb at ItllO and 7 I. M.
47 Hi"h-C!ass Residence Lois 47
DA'X VILLI', KY.. K.i-t Main St.
Titos. Oct. 31. promotlv at 10 a. nt.,
it A IN ok siiixi;
Tin- prnneitv i-' in the heart of
the tim.-t fashio'ttthlc pillion if the
hist town i ll. stule-of Keti.uekv
not', rvccptcii. Wlion you plain a
dolbtr in the heart ot a town like
tin-, cither for a honi.'stiad or as an
investment, you can't go wrong. A
.s500 lot and other valuable prize
will be given away. FltKK and every
body on hi' ground w'll have mi
fiiftt iiittiii"s. "lithe" a buyer
or merely a s'leetnto.-.
SAXTON'S FIN" CONCi'in' bai-d
of Lexjigtoti will furnish the music
I'.very lot offered will be positive,
lv sold to tlu highest bidder. AI1SO
Ll'TF.LY ItKOAItDLKSS IF Pltl.'L
This i- Ihe onporlunily of i life
lime for the hiune-eeker or the in
vestor. Term easy.
In Ihe pnt you have lniu;ht int.
ut the owner's price: at Ihi sale,
you make the price, let the owner
make or lose. This nrooertv has
been consigned to ti TO HK SOLD,
nnd it is going to change hands.
Meet us nt this grand sale, on
Trdav October 31.
At 10 A. M.
The United States Realty & Auction
0. T. Wallace. Lexington
fieneral Manager. Kentucky
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OCTORKU 27, 1011,
FOOTBALL GAME SATURDAY
What promixes to bo tho most ex
citing foot hall game of tho season
will bo played on the grounds of tho
Stanford Graded School Snlunlni,
next at 2:o0 o ciock m iiic after
noon when the eleven from the
High School nt Somerset comes here
for a return game. Doth Somerset
and the local boys nre working hnrd
to win tin game nnd n battle roynl
is expected. Admission is 25'c'cnts.
Stanford defeated Somerset there a
week or ho ngo by 13 to 0, but tho
Piilnski lads nay they will j;ot re
venge in this game, mi there is
hound to he something dotm;.
The protracted mMling is !
progress nt the Christinn church.
Ilro. J. I. Montgomery is doing the
preaching and he is to be commend
ed on his strong and able serinoi
Oood crowds nre coming out lo hear
him. Preaching in the morning at
10 o'clock and in the evening nt
7:15. Kveryone is invited to come
and lend their presence and tnko
pmt in the hinging.
.Mrs. .Inlip Wesley, of Somerset,
had a millinery opening hero lust
Mnmlny nnd nold n number of bats.
Misses Cnrrie and Zoo'Itutler wen
shunning in Dauvillo one day last
wreck. - -- --
Mr. James Oooch, of nenr town,
is confined to his bed with u severe
"pell of Mcklie-s.
The following i- ft report of Ihe
McKiiincy graded school for the sec
ond month, ending Sept. 22-1 The
pupils named were neither absent
Crude L T. J. Green, Alva Jacob-,
Urn de II Frank Maitiu, II illicit
Ilnrgi-, Pearl Musters.
Grade 111 F.rnie Jacob,
Grade IV. Jennie Au-tiu,
tha Maitiu, O-car Cuniliff.
Grade VI. Nannie Hubble.
Grade VII. Hrynn Jones,
Kcport of third inonfli. ending on
Grnile I He-sic Sltnler. Clarence
Sluder, Zenas Smith, Currio Lay.
Grade II. Iva Duncan Frank
Maitiu, 1 1 illicit Hargis.
Grade III F.l-ie Iteyiiold. Mary
Mitipliy. Pearl Jacob. Liilu Iiv,
Grade IV. Tabillin Martin, Oscar
Grade V. Helen Jones.
Grmle VI. Margery Cocking.
Guide VII -Willie CofTcv.
Several of the Haptist people will
attend the Fifth Sunday meeting at
Poplar Grove H.ipti-t church Sunday
The piogrnm- an- out and the meet
ing prutnies lo he an intere-ting one
There will be ningi-trato's court
here Friday though the docket is
short and no intere-ting ruse- to be
I'ev. ('. T. ('launch who a i-ted
Kev. A. G. Coker in a meeting at
Orove returned home Tin -day of hi-t
week and reported a tine niecliug
with tho.-e people. Pro. Clmmch
has been quite hu-y in work of this
kfml lately, haviiu been engaged in
five meeting- since August 1-t.
Ii'ev Frank At wood i- conducting
revival service- nt the l.auham
school hou-e prciu hing ut night
only. He will contiuuue through this
Oil account tf the rain tin; Sun
ibi.v school uud pr;ai'biug services
Situdav were quite s'imlv .'itlcmld.
It don't require a very bard shower
to keep people away from church.
A II. Itoy.ilty is some noted as
a weather prophet, -aid some weeks
Mure that we would h.ive early kill
ing frost, i-o Jack Frost did not show
up until yistrrdiv. Monday, the Den
con i having no l:ttle trouble in 'find
ing un excuse for the failuiv of
hi prediction to mat ri.ili.e. They
say that all of Deacon's late fore
cast Iwve been wanting,
Mrs. V. T. Miller i-i quite sick
Hen June-, will Mart for Arizona Sat
urday. A little daughter of J. II.
Newell has diptheria. Mis. Q. It.
JoutK spent several tliiw with her
daughter Mrs. Dr. W, J, Sweeney at
Liberty. Judge and Mrs. Wells
iil Siiiidnv with t''-if son Jack
ut Yosemite. Mr. Spirhn Sharp of
New f'astle. link, i here vi-iliug te
lutive nnd wib ivniain soiiie woek
Ormiville Lutes was hero Monday
looking after stock. Will Murphv
nml his littli? brother John of .Me
KiniH'V snent Sunday with their !
ter Mrs. Mel). Fogle. William limine
has inovcd from his farm near
Kings-ville lo Yo-emite.
Foley's Kidnev Remedy vs a Hope
Hoq Aik, J. V.. Frtemaij snyw: VI
bad a sovere case of kidney trouble
mid could not work and my case
seemed hopeless. One large boltlo
of FolcyV Kidney Remedy cured ni
nud I have never been bothered since.
j jwnvs recommend it, Shugan nn.1
MEETING AT WILLOW GROVE
W. S. Willis closed a meeting got
about two weeks nt Willow Orove
Christian church in tho West End
Sunday night. The church was
greatly revived, all pronouncing it
the best meeting they had had in
year. Mis Itose Yowell assisted
as organist and helper. There were
twenty one additions; sixteen bap
tisms, three reclaimed nnd two took
membership by Htutcmeut.
JIis Lillie Farris daughter of
llcrg Farris nnd Woodynrd Owens,
both of this place were married at
the home oC Mr. nnd .Mrs. Jim Ow
ens, parents of the groom, lfev. A.
J. Pike officiating. The groom is a
elork in J. M. Adams' store. They
aro now on their honey moon, and
when I hey return their future liomi
will be in IJrodhend. Success to them
Little Willie Gravely Newtauil to
veiy low with diptheria.
A. II. Albright was down from Mt.
Vernon Tuesday on business.
Forest Coffey who has been ill for
several month is about the same.
L. If. Hilton of Stanford, is
Frank Sutton mid children,
Vernon ate with the home-
Crab Orchard last week. Mrs. Lat
um Frith and daughter Ituth aro in
Livingston thi- week.
Mr. Per Sheltou and family have
taken charge of the lunch house va
cated by Mrs. J. M.' Clark. She
moved to the hou-e vacated by Mr.
0. A. Frith. He will move to the farm
Mrs. J. M. Titrpin, of Jellieo is
visiting reuntives here.
Mrs. Joe F.vnns is with her par
ent at Lyons Station.
K. L. Cnntrcl of Chnttnnoogn,
has bought the poultry house from
Mr. Tyree. He nnd hi family have
rooms nt the hotel.
Mr. Amy Edwnrds U very ill.
La-t Tue-day morning nt eleven
o'eloek the Frith Hotel caught fire
and would have burned down, hnil
it not been for the quick response
of some of the good people who
fought Ihc fire "bravely. How ii
originated no one knows although
the hi- wn not very much.
V. T. Dooliu' sold Nel-e Miircw an
old mare for if 100.
Robert Fox sold 17 150 pound
hog- to Vick Lear nt cents.
Mrs. Hen King who has been i'l
from tbe'el'fectK of nh operation has
legniiu'il her health.
Mr. W. C. Greening and children
Guy Chennult mid Xeal left la-t Fri
day to join her husband at Parsons,
Kas where they will make their fu
Mi Add Arnold was the guc-t of
her- sister Inst week Mr. Hen King.
A few dnys ago F.d Perkin sold
hi farm to J. T. Pope.Lanenster at
t100 per acre. Mr. Perkins will lo
cate in Lnnca-tcr whete he will en
ter the milling business.
Me-rs H. C. Dunn and J no. Roys
ton went to Lexington to attend the
1. D. C. convention and witnessed
the unveiling of the Morgan's monu
ment nt that place.
Mr. Fannie Pollard nnd daugh
ter Mi Kugenin Pollard, have re
turned from a visit to her daughter
Mr.. Ella Cecil of Danville.
Mr. F.lmer Hurt nnd wife of Clin
ton county who wers in Louisville
ii Ir's'ii"-' enme hrre last week to
i-it th- fmrilv of Mr. Win. Luggle
Mrs. Robert Spenkes was in Dan
ville shopoing Inst Saturday.
Mr. J. D. Swone. of .Stanford will
be here tomorrow for a short stay
with relatives in this community.
The congregation of Pleasant
Grove ehureh has cnlled Rev. Powell
of Danville as pastor. He come
liivlily rn'ommended and will preach
2nd ii ml sth Sundays of each month.
Mis Mary Chestnut write from
Rrokep Arrow: "I am delighted
with the We-t nnd am tempted not
to return to Kentucky,"
- Several cases of diptheria nre re
ported in this section. An infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Mills died of Ibiyliseiisc on Monday
and was buried on Tuesday.
Tlu' stork left a bright little da'igli
ler at the homo of Mr. mid Mr.
David Pcvtnii. hist week. Mrs. Jas.
Ellis is visiting relatives near Chil
ton. Mr. Johnson Ellis has re
tnrnid from a visit to Danville -ela-lives.
Mr. nnd Mn. II. II. Reyuier-
sou uud son O-car, also Mr, Clyde
Chelf ol.Mrndfo!ilsillc spent Sat
nnl'iv uud Sunday with the fnmilv
of M. A. Spragens. Messrs, W. H.
mid J. It. Spragens were with the
homcfolks last week.
Mr. T A. Reynierson vi-iled
friend in Hrndfordsvillo first of the
Mr. Vox Caldwell, of Danville was
in this Keetion buying eutlli hist
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
Addresses Large and Representa
tive Audience Here Monday.
Speaker Champ Clark, of-thc Nat- f
ionnl House of Iteprcscntatit'cs, was
greeted by n splendid crowd at the
Stanford Opera House on Inst Mo.i-
day night and delighted evetyono
with his lecture, of about un hour;
n ml "n hnlf. His subject wus "Tltov
United States in lu Twentieth (..'yji-,
I it ry," and he not only showed tlu
splendid progress this country hasj.
made (luring ll short history, .but'
also told of tho trend toward better
things in the world mid proved con1'
clii-ively that the old world is grovf
mg hotter all the time. Thisrjjg
Speaker Clark's lajit tour on tho lec
tu re platform, as ho says he has
enough of traveling about the coiin
try speaking nt one night htund.
MISS MARIE BARNES. f.
Her ninny friends in tiii section
will be interested in the following
clipping concerning Miss- Mtfrio
Humes, cut front a recent isseof
the Lexington Herald: fetf
MisH Mnrie Harnes the sweet Sing
er nnd loving daughter of the late
Geeorg 0. Ilnrne, the most beloved
mini that ever prenehed that God is
love has developed into n prophetess
and speak with tho favor mullflu-
ency ot her citteil father. She in
now dwelling tinder tho palm rccs
of the Sunny South, hut has signi
fied to Mrs. Desha Hrcckinridgc, who
is tiv most gitted womnn in nil kch
tiicky of her literary clnss, thnt shir
would he pleased to come to Ken
tucky, the home of her childhood,
as soon os her engagement expires
in the .south. This will bo good
new to thousands of the friend of
the wonderful George O. Ha me..
Schol opened ngnin Monday with
Mrs. Hihb of Nashville, Tenii id
visiting Mr. Ben Goodc.
Mrs. J. II. Knughmiin nnd Mi-
Jennie Hooker, of Stanford, .visited
Mrs. Walter Field and Mis MoIIie
Lewis last week.
On last Tnrsdoy afternoon our
school went chestnut hunting Chest--nuts
being scarce homo of the bovs
letermincd to have something to
pny them for their two mile wnlk
found a turnip patch and filled
their pockets with these. Tho last
half hour was spent in a selection
of songs nnd recitations. Then all
lcturned home, very tired but with
a feeling that they hud hail the best
lime of their lives.
The Tumersville Literory Socie
ty and School lniprov.ni.eiit Club
will give an entertainment, uud a
pie supper nt the school house on
Saturday nigLj October 2Sth. The
proceeds will go toward buying a
library, for the school. Kver.vbody
come tind help a good cau-e
Pny come nnd luing your girls
and tell them to bring a pie.
Lame crowds aro attending' the
meetings held here by Rev. Ed. Hub
bard. Mr. J. X. Cash litis commenced
work on his new store house, when
the old one burned, Thi building
will be concrete, nnd will be nn im
provement to our little town.
Sir. George Koger left Tuesday,
for San Antonio Texas. Mr. Koger
will probably move his family there.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES
The Rev. Clarence V. T. ltieheon
n Hnpt'st minister, of Cambridge.
Mass.. is charged with murder,"
Hei sn'd to have produced th ikt
son which ended th life of 5lis
Avis Linnell. Riclicsoi wa nrre-ted
at the home of hi betrothed. MUs
Violet Edmonds.. (
The Attorney Generals of Virginia
North Carolina nnd South Carolina
have concluded thnt the plan for
the dissolution of the Tobacco Trust
will offer no relief to tobaeeo grow.
en, and if adopted will nnirii lh
Government's Supreme Court victory
n barren 'one.
Lock No. 21 in the Cumberland
River, 20 mile- front !turnsidi
opened last week with imor'ssit -ceremonies.
The completion of th
dam means an nutlet th "- ntid
lo much coal mid timber in tho Ken
There were 258 business fuilurei
in the I nit iM Stales for the week
ended October 10. against 212 the
A Medicine That Gives Confidence
Is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
Mrs. T. J. Adams. "22 No. Kansas
Ave., Columbus. Knx.. writes: "For
i number of year i'V children have
been' subject to coughs nml roM. I
used Folev'K Honey and Tar Com-
imniiit nnil fniinil Hint it cured their
t.0l,Kh8 Rm f0ldB, bo 1 keep it in tho
,.., ,,11, jiv n Refuse subst'-
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