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The Interior Journal.
STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Tt LSDAY, APKIL 9, 1012
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
VOL. XXXIX NO. I'll,
DR. JOHN Q OWSLEY
PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY
Drath Comes Unexpectedly to Foun-
.i . . ........ . ....,...-.
der of Lincoln County National
Dank Friday Nlqht.
Dr. John II. Owslev died nt Ins
home in this eily on Fiiduv evening
death being line lo a sliokc of npop
lie hail Let ii confined tn Ins home
lor sciciul months on account of
of the fciblcnc-s inciilciit to advanc
ing Jems, lint of late he hail been
stcmldj improving mm1 was in the
sticcls the ilny hefoie his death.
The grim 1 caper has liccn iiu
fpnnng of our good old men of late
mid it is the cause of universal sol
row that Dr. Owsley has heen added
to In-. Iit of victims, for this coin
l.iuu.lv owe much In the fact that
the gi eater ioitiiiu nf his life was
spent ill it.
Of laigli-h descent on the paternal,
and Scntch-liish on the maternal
Mile Dr. Owslej was lioin at Plsgnh,
in Pulaski enunt.v. Kentucky, Nov
i nibcr .1, IS.I.'l, mid he was one of
the host of the excellent men out
out li that section to lead lives of
Usefulness all oer the land. He
was one of the several children of
Dr. Walter W. Owlej, who mod to
ihs oount.v iiHiiiv jenr ago ani'
spent Iiih declining jears licie.
Aftei receiving his cleinenlnij'
ediiiatinti at the local school in the
roiiiiiuiliitv where he was lioin. Dr.
Ow-lev giailitiitcd from Centre Col
live in the class of '.".! and after
ward ft ,iin one of the lending medi
il colleei", of New York, after
which he served a teim as nil in
time in one of tile New York hospital-
and was then offered hut de
clined the po-itiou of surgeon on
o'te of the Ves-els of war.. He then
returned to Kentucky and actively
and successfully engaged in the
prui tiee of mcdieine at ('rah Oreh
iii d in this county for several
xcnis. He relirid from tiraetice and
iiigiiiucd the Dcpo-it Hank of Stan
ford, the predecessor of the Lincoln
Couutv National, IVhruarv 7. 187(1,
aid was cashier nf that institution
from its organization until January
1. I'MI'i. when he leliied and east
ln mantle on the shouders of V. M.
Bright, whom he had trainid iroiu
hi- hii-ine-s infancy.
In many re-pccU Dr. Owsley was
ii i leniaikahle man. Though
he had no pre won tiuaiieial tunn
ing he deeloicd into a first-class
luiaiHier immediately after taking
up the diitii'K of tn-liicr. Hi-, h.iuk
pio-piicd Iroiu the lirst and was
Mioli lcoglllcd as one of tile most
substantial institution- ot the kind in
the lomiliv, not oul at home hut
n-o among the tiuaiieial icntlc 111
the utie-. On tin- acoiiut he could
nlwu.vs get all the il li.ii'kmtr that
he ile-iHil in tune ot depiction,
-llul nih thcicbv c-.iil ciiiihtttl to
weather the linaiicial flumes that
pcitodiiullv sweep the country.
As u judge ot human natuie, Di.
Ow-lev was iiliniMt intallihle. He
was ulwuj Mif hel.er of joting
men who wet,, woilhj ot it, and
helped them III the lie-t of all way
bv putting them in a position lo
help themselves. 'I'l.c sccuntv that
he piclciled wu tlie possession of
!:..!:-Irj and nttrgnty hy the pcnoii
4lisinu a loan. Seines ot our liiot
pio-peioiis men owe ihen siieeii.s lo
the tail that he I Ill-led them at the
lime when thev could otter no se-
it i it save their honor.
Ill eneix.v knew no IioiimI.
Though hi wink in theh.ink was
mole III. in Mitficicut to keep one mail
liilv. it did not -utl-tv his tle-ilc tor
hihn: and he vv'.i most ot the tun'
-opci. iluc two oi time inim in ad
dition, uiltniui-lcliiig on c-tntc-,
ult'ig as t in-tee and guuidiati lor
lilimhcts o oinhaiis besides being
the udviser ot the gieutci pint of
the i omiiuiiulv on all mailer.- per
tinning to Ini-ine--, all having con
tnleiiie in hi judgment, hi- advice
va- ticelv souuht ami i lieei Inllv
,'iven. lie was likeui-e a vei.v ch.n
itahle man. Ni vxoithv nppeiil I'o
help was muilc to him hi vain,
thoilvth he had no iMtiiuie with in
ilolcnc,. and was not uilluc,' In cll-
I'or more than 1(1 .veavs he wa
Hie iiiliiinile riii'iiii mill imsmess n.
t-ociate of .Mr. S. II. Sliank-, ami it
is i-uividar that Lot Ii should he tak
en in les than a ucckV tinn iiud at
pint es not ii ht one's lliiow distant
Dr. Owslev was fut nun lied to
Ml-- Sahia I!, l'eniiiniiloii on May 8,
lS.lfi .and this union was Messed
with tvvo ehililien. Mr. 1'.. 1. Owsley,
1lic well knovvii hanker of Coliiiiiliu-,
lu and Miss Mattie Hays 0vley,
who died when hlooiuini; into wo
manhood. His second wife, who
Miivivc him, was Mi. Maiy 1
TenniiiKloii.tn whom he w-ns inamed
Doiemher III. 1871. When a Col
lege student he attached himself to
the I'leshvteiiaii chinch and died a
Hicuiher of that fold.
This pood and tlient man was laid
to .e-t in Ultimo p ,ng8 v,e,.,eierv
llruee. A host of fiiends gutheied
i.. ...... i, t.t ir,i,i,. r i.nn n,i,i
'T1 ' l" ,,u 'nory a,1,, ";'"
" " " "- "- -
i lowers lovcicti me inrr u nu i
''""J ''""' J1'.? ,,,"l'e"r",, r?.
Active. Niiitcr O. Walker. Ld .V
Walk.T. H. A. Walker. K. D. Pen
iiiin;liiii, J. Owsley Heid, Walter M.
ii .... .1 it ii,.vi,. v I
II'MIOIIIIJI Vl"ll) Iff
lliiltht. H. P. Wood, J. S. Iloeker,
J. N. Meneree, T. D. Newlaiid, J. .
Alconi, .1. II. IIiukiiis.
..3.. ' T"
Lost Game for High School at Lon.
.. c, I nn nu
IIUI., UHf MVUI MWr
'Ihe llitth School hall team went
to London Kntiinlu) and were lo
I filled hv the Sue Dennett Memorial
tiam hv a stor,. ol 7 to (I. Tim
local hovs say that they would not
have been defeated had not the home.
!.. mi.! ttiltimi fibwiutiitiiii (mill
". :" "".' .,
the uinpi.e. who. they wi, called a
foul ball fair m the iiuilli iiiiiiih; with
two men on liases leuiiif: in iwo
niii". Th, box score was as fol
Staiitoid lli'li School.
aii it ii vo a i:
Waters ss Ii 0 .'t 1 "
Illicit lib .' 1 1 I) 1 '
Mc Curly II 1 :i 17 "
I'ennv f I " I! It
J. Hill lib .1 (I 1 I :i 1
Yiiuer ef I (I 0 tl (I (I
II. I'oletiiHii rl .. 'J 1! 0 1
S. Hill II I 1 0 1
Kmbrv i r i i :i :i o
T. Coleman cf ..1 (I 0 (l 0 11
rj ; s 'js i'-' i
All It II 1'0 a i:
l Ilaidin Vb ...1 0 M) 0 1 1
i.ewi if r. 2 :i o o i.
J. Join ef r i i :i i) o
Sipple p 5 1 3 2 Ti 1
Kcliiifc s. I 1 2 II -2 0
(injury 'Jl o 0 0 1 'J 1
Yadeii if .1 I 2 0 1
Wat kin lb :i (I II 11 0 'J
c. Joins, e :i (i o 1:1 (i o
C. Haulm lb ...1 1 1 II 0 0
10 7 1'J .'Id 1(1 0
T'vo base hits Kmbry Ja-per
Jones, Sipple. lit ding's, Hilbert
Saciifice Hits- Js. Hill, MiCarty.
Slidcil liases Lewis, Ynilell, C.
.lone-, J. Hill Kmbiv, McCan.v'J, IL
I inpne Williaiius Loudon,
Seiner Coleman Stantonl.
HONOR ROLL FOR MARCH.
Orade 1. James Mi Coiiniu k,
.Vomhiiiiu .llllllel". J. UK VlOMI.
(.rude '2. Jessie Sunilu-ky.
(.r.iile II. Kutli Spears, Virginia
(iiinle -I. Dillie (iiolbeiiy
drnile .1 Huby Sviis, Hubert
MiCoimack, William Sandll-ky,
(rude 7. Ida Mm tin.
(Snide S. iinit. Sanilust,,', Mnr
fjaiet Ki.iitt, Om Lee Siuidisk.
Mis. ilelle Lewi- Mamctt, of Dan
ville, is visit ni)' Mi--. J. N. Cash.
Mi. and, Mi's. Ilciuy (Sooch
King'- Mountain visited .datives
, , . ,
nerc iii-i vvei'K.
Mr. Je-se .Manning mid fauiilv of
Stanfoiil -pent S'iday with his
1 it I lit' I lieie.
Mi--. J. T. .Martin spent Sunday
with her daughter. Mi. J. W. Pick.
Her fin mis ure glad lo know that
she is able lo hc out.
Mis- Anna I'lovd, of Hustonville,
was the guest of .Mr .ami Mr. W. 11.
Mir. 1'. P. Gooi h and chihlicu. of
Mi Kiniiev. ar,. vi-iting her patents
Mi. ami .Mis. J. W. Gooch.
Kio. Hunter, of Lexington,
pleached an interesting senium Sun
day morning and evening.
I NAPIER SHARP
j It. 1'. Sharp, a pioniinent coal op
1 ciator of Cential Citx. Miihleiiheig
coiinlv, and Mi-s Miiilclme Napier,
the beautiful and accomplished
d.ttsghtrs nf Mr. and Mr. T. W. Ns
pier, weie united in the holy bonds
of mnliimiiiiv at the home of (he
Initio in C'nili Oicliaid on Mauday
evening Apiil M. by Kev. J. 0. Liv
ingston. A wide cilcle of fliellds
will wish them evciy liiippiness.
('oHtiput1on biings ninny ail
ineuts in its tiaiu ami is the iii
maiy cause of iniich sickness. Keep
xour bowels lcgular madiiin, and
j ou will escape many of the ail
ments to which women ate subject.
Constipation is a very simple thing,
but like ninny simple things, it may
lead to seiious consequences. Na
Inie often needs a little assistance
and when Cliiiinbeihiin's Tablets are
. . indication, much
Sm,t ra i y ., avoid.
iL 'hl by 0. I... 1 enn.x.
5Pl FNniD EQUINES ON
PARADE HEOE MONDAY
Horse Show Day Brlnqs Bin Crowd ,
T TnuI1 T view F ni Hor- I
To Town To View Fine Hor
ses on Exhibition.
or six hllll'hed people cuino
to town .Momlav lo see the llor-e
b,w. Apnl eoint ilaj is alwiijs
Hore .Show day m Lincoln county.
mid the ovvneis of the blooded
, ,iwlllnV nml
tllUlU Ull Jr"rff
jmi the... through their jw i
the entertauimeiit and lustruct on ot
ilie bur llnoin: vvhuli alwavd uttenc.
Iloisu bhow this iear htoiiflit out
u splendid exhibition of lnj;Ii class
animals. Nearlj ult the luiinliar
slalliulis wele on hu.nl, whllo tlle.e
wetu soiiiu liery io.insste.s which
attracted a Rreat deal of IuvuiiI.Im
eoiiimeiit, and will undoubtedly
p,u. MT-y ,puiar.
T u xlmf ljcliutiw in
, , ,, tli iurul
,,., ,.,.. ,..
whcle they wele visited by hundreds
and in the atteriiooii paraded their-
on lower Mam stleet
on exhibition we.o:
Cecilmn Leal, the ureal trotter,
shown b C. I.. Tate and Jas. .Mess
ir. Ahnoiit Dare, the crack saddler,
iiinler Smith l'owell.
Oanaiil Chief, Joe Mu.phj's ,'""cat
lleuti Nabolh. driven by II. C.
llauithinali and looking mighty ood.
.. ,, .. i ... . ii- m ii ..i.i"
lliuvej iiini.iiiii, n. .i. wuini b
new Mie, ilnveii bv Willie Stas and
mukiiijc a line show.
, All reav.nc, Dh k Siinhlei' mnji
ml li cut show holse.
Can oil ltailey made a K"it hit
with his joun stallion 1'ieston, Jr.
known as the Jim Smith lioie.
Kiii Kale, Jr.. hauil-oiiicr than
ever, was shown bv C. 0. Caldwell
end son, of Wavnc-biiiK.
l!eos;e Shclbv's Norman stallion,
Alto, and K. 0, llicklev's baiulsonie
black yotiuj; l'erchcnin, Samson, at
tiactcil much attention.
IM Italian! had Don Yarrick, the
splendidly bred sun of Ouwaid Sil
ver. tin I oil I're-ton and lliuli Cloud,
'. O. Walker's air ot lu-autiy-,
vc.e shown under halter ,and looktil
better than eve.. Tin- is a pan to
in aw to.
One ol the hand-iiine-t hulscs
sieli was J. XcWli Caltei's lualil-
1k i nt 1'cichctoti, Voltaire, wluel'
eieated lots ol t.ivoi.ible talk.
i Ciess iS. I'aiiish had on exhibition
ii splendid oiinj; animal Ke Mokl,
a sou ot old Ke reaviue, winch ,
-how ed his il.i-- all over. I
.Moikiiu S. ll.iuhman, Jr., bad
his two little hhellauds in fine shape
and had lots ol iinpiuic-. !
I .M. Tike bad ihe line oiin- sal- j
lion Washington Jewell, which lie
will s,in, near Uttciihciin. ;
I t'ol Sam II. mi- and K. II. Woods
wen- liistiibuting eiiculais ol their
icat sue- A-hhiuil lliook and Kim;
MfiW, which aie well known in tin-
Dick Scuilder was cttiii lots of
iiiipiiries abiiut JokI. in l'cuioik
wlilih hi; has icieutlv seciiMil.
John K. Il.iuhmaii wiu telling his
Iiw.mi1. Mluiitt lo !, -i... Wiitmmi.
iiJso a coiipic in line jiicks mm a
, i-i. .i i i... i... ... ii... ii..
"""" '' ';' , l ""
'while Ninth Ilaiighuiaii aNo ills.
tiibuteil i aid- of hi- jack and In-soli'-
s-ain J. I'nihi.v, Jr., was lcieiviug
maiix inipniie- about hi- liainl-oine
little Shctlmiil Dock, while John It.
l-'oslei was letting bis fi iemls know
that Dock Giev i- again at his place
The Inteiior Journal due hele l'li
day came ilt.iggmg in Maud.ix attet
nooii. looking liicd.
The guided seliool will clo-e
Thin silax with an cntci'taiumeut at
the Yo-emite Cliii-tian iliuieli at
Ja-uH Law horn has had some
needed inipioveuicnt done on the Gol
den Dawn Hold, and he tells u- that
the pnispccls tor a piotitable sea
son me quite tlutteiiiig. Onlcin for
water have alieady begun to come
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1 III ,11111 Hi- I,,, lll.llll' c?l.Vl -.(.,-
Mis I'minie Lind Kouilty has
.Mis. t T. Allen and tier sister,
Mis. I'. O. Ilarger, of Libeitv, weie
on the back S.ituidav en unite home
lioin visiting (heir lalhei, Mi. ,1. J.
r.llintl, who i- heiiou-Iv ill at hi-
home near McKiuuey.
McD. Kogle vvii.. down Saliiiday
to see his lather and mother, .Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Fogle.
John Q. Itowlanil went to Liber
ty Thin sdav on business. Key. and
Mi-. (. T. Claunch visited lehitives
in Mercer hist week. Mr. and Mrs
(J. It. Jones went lo Liheity Sunday
to sc(. their daughter. Mis. Dr. W. G.
It Geoige 11. Stone was a candi
date for Congiess vve believe that
nine tenths of the voters in Casey
would be for him, but with George
out of Ihe waj it looks like. Hnney
...... r.. . ... ... i ..ii ,,. ,.
' J,lf" '",l "'" "" l,lu """;
(Mr. Helm was heio last weel: hut it
was not our good loltuno to meet
(.iiorgi! Austin was hero .Mondny
and HWor(. out 11 wan ant fur the af-ic-t
ol lleuiy mid Will Luttrell,
cliiuginj; them with ntcnlini,' chickens
The.v live in the Walltown Hectioii.
'Iheiu is bind to have heeu cull
sulci ahle ilriuikelines-t m Yosemito
Sulimlay mIit. A couple of fights
of small dimensions are said to have
been engaged in. You will likely
heat mine about it later on
LICENSE UNTIL NEW
LAW GOES INTO EFFECT
Council Gives J. W. Accy Permit to
Conduct Soft Drink Stand Un
til June 12th.
Suit dunk liien-e was jnaiited to
J. W. Accy until the new law fjoes
into elfeet, on June 12th, bv the
City Council at its reiil.u meeting
Inst Thuisilaj niht. There was
practically no opposition to such ne
tion. The iietition signed by a num
ber of citiens tiskiu that no li
lciis,. hi. Knr.ilcd for n year vv.is pre
sented to the Coiiui-llman. many of
whom, however, saw no necessity
for such action ns they had alieady
jjoiie on lecord as oppo-ed to firunt
Hi; Ihe licenses tin a e.ir in view
ot the .i aye ot the utitl-hopjoint
law bv the Uenei.il Asscmhlj. A
rather waim d.-eiis-ion was had on
the subject between those prescnt
iii the petition, mid the Couucilmeii,
the former uiKuin that it was the
r.dit ol any and every citizen to pe
tition, if desired, and that the pe
tition pic-cnteil was simply to show
the wishes of a larj.'e number of
tavpnvcrs coiieeiiiint; an impoitant
Coiini iluien l'elice and l'owell wer
appointed a cluiirmnu to investigate
the extension of water mains out
.Miller stieet. A petition to extend
the eoiieicte pavements to the color,
cd llaptist church was rel'cired to
the stieet committee.
Councilman I'd Wilkinson iutio
dueed an onlinaiice granting n new
fiaiicln-e to the Stanfoul Water
Light Ice Co., its old franchise
cxpiiiug this jcar. The francln-e
was sniiniitteil to tlie City Attorney
Mes-rs. II. C. It.iughmau and J. ?
Iloeker iciiic-led mi additional arc
light on Somerset avenue, which
was lefeired to the Light committee.
Writes to I. J., About tha Killing of
her Sun at racreiant!
.Mis. allie J.. .hu pin, mother oi
Geoige .Minpliv, wiiu was Ullui b
K.iviuoiiii -oei ut -Nloiel.iiHl lor
wHii.li .xoel was lined $loi) l)$ a juty
lii conn lieie, wiilLs tlif I. J. Itiat
sain -Minpliv ami bis wile weie
uu.udiiig at the hotel in .Moid. tint
anil licoic .Mnipliv and His wil
ami little c-uilil weie visaing tlieiu at
tlie tune ol
the. uiiloiluiialu atl.ur.
-Mi-. .Uiupliv wntts tii.U her sun
.liil nut gu in the auto with tliu ot!1
ei voting men to Hustonville lli.it
iMiniinv moiiiiug limiting a drink,
nor had iliauk an wlii-kx. In ol
der to show thai .ilr.Oluiplrv was
not iul.td up hi tlie cloud ol l.iious
eis t liul latal la, the luothcr points
out that it was tcstllicd that wiicn
the.v came back lloni llu-touvide, the
men llu.u Haiiudsbuig culled lor a
loom and bum and George .Miuul'"
weiL. standing talking ot. thu vc. au
di, ol the hotel. "Uuu ol the men
asked who timt Mini was tulLiii,"
to. The stud u was Mini's biothci.
Thex said they wanted lo meet him.
The ptopiietor ot the hotel too'
them to their loom and they -ent
him back to mute Sam una Gcorgu
up to their room and lhe,v seal 'lie
K'coud tunc beloiu thev went. Whe'i
the.v got to the loom tuev hud -01,10
bottles ot mult mead. Then and
t hot e Noel iommcui.cd with his pis
tol. The icsiilt vou alieady know.
"On thai lu-iei be iiri-:ulleil lllgill,
1 hud ictncd and had fallen to
slep when a nip at inv door awoke
me, about hall utter leu o'clock, and
a mosseiigir .-a.ving 'xour sou Suit)
sent me tor .xou. Geoige bus been
shot' Oh! The tioguy ot that mom
ent. As soon as 1 could gel le.uly,
we stinted ami thioiigh the daik
bonis of the night, diove -- miles
.villi my daughter. When we ni liv
ed and beheld hi- piostiate fuim,
the bed nil coveicd with blood, the
room all coveivd vi'th blood, his
clothes nil eo vend with blood, that
had inn fiom his noble ein. Oh!
What a sad. sad siene for an ol'
mother of 7(1 xcuis to behold. Her
dear child who had lived with her
all his life and was taking cine of
her in her old da.vs. 1 had all this
lo bear. Theie was no other way
u , ould do hut bear it."
ITAFTS SWEEPS STATE IN
Lincoln County Goes (or President
By Two to One Eleventh For
Lincoln eoiinly lepubhcain in
structed for Tnft at the county con
vention hcie Siiluiday by a vote of
about two to one. Dr. K. L. Davi
son wns endorsed for re-election ns
ehairman of tli,. county committee
nml a e.immittce uumed comtiosed
of his f i iemls. The Tuft faelioii
was victorious all ulonjr thu Hue
and "rubbed it in" good and btrong
upon llicir opponents, the "lily
There was no doubt but that the
Tn f I lollowers easily outnumbered
the I'oeVclt Kepilblicuiis. The big
unguilty of the foimer vvere the co'
ored voters' of the party, while most
of the I'oosevelt men xve.e white
men. A g.eat many uL tlietu said
alter th,. (onventioii that they will
vote for the democratic nominee for
pie-nleiit I his full.
Chairman It. L. Davison called thr
convention to order. A. II. 1'Ioiciice
was iioiiimated for chairman by Dr.
Tarditl (olorcd, while 1. M. Mc
llobeits noiiiiunted II. II. King. In
placing the mimes of both men be
idle the convention, Chairman Davi
son pointed out that Mr. King hnd
been a bolter. I! a ii-ing vote, Mr.
riorence was declared elected tun
poiaiy chanmaii and John Ken
nedy was eho-cii seeietaiy without
The following le-olutions were
olfcied and declared adopted by a
using vote, after the temporary or
ganisation had been made penna
We, the lepublieaiis of Lincoln
count v, in mas- convention assembl
ed, iiidor-e the call for this and the
li-tiut, stutt- and national conven
tio'is. I'or delegates from thi- the
Sth Co.igre-sional Di-tn'ct to the
National Coiiveution to he held in
Chica.'o, III., on the 18th of June,
1!II2 to nominate a Republican cun-
ihihite for I'lfsideirt we cheerfully
and heait.ly indo.-e and instruct for
our fellow countrymen, Geo. I). Klor-
em e and C. C. Wallace.
I'm- delegate- to said National
Convention from this state nt huge
we iudoise lion. Win. II. H rail ley, W.
D. Cochian, Ld. Franks.
We iinloi-e the administiation of
i'le-iileiit Win. II. Taft. and the wi-e
and patiiotic course jiursiicd in
National affaii by Ihnt great Ken-
1111 1.11111, 01 wi.oiu we are jusiiy
piouil. rnitcd State- Senator, Wil-
li.ini 0 Connell Iliaillev. and we e
pcciallv iiiiloi-e his sueceftil ef
fotls in behalf of legi-lation fnvor
ublr to the gieat tobacco interest
of ibis state and the Union soldieis
looking towaid an inciciise in pen -
sum- to tlio-e biaxe sohheis and
loiuageous men who fought to pie--five
tbi- I'nioii. and vvho-e d
clining vein- should be p.is-ed and
enjoyed b them in comfoit nml
pea 1 v.
We heieby select for precinct
delegates for tin- county mid lis
1 mct'iber- of the Republican Incen
tive Comniittce of Lincoln count"
.mil for the seveiul )iiiciiuts theie
ot the lollowing 11. lined icpiiblicin-,
who r-liiill hold said io-ilioiis for
the peiiod of four x ears a- pie-eiib-nl
bv our lMitv law.
Stanfoul N... I. J. W. Aiey.
Stanfoul No. '.'. Geo. W. Genii v
Slmifoid No. II. G. D. rioience.
Slaufoid No. 4, Win. Coulier
Wnvne-biug No. 1. T. J. Iluileson
Waxne-hmg No. 'J. William Meeks
Waxne-buig No. II. A. G. r.iulkner
Club Oiebaiil No. 1, Ileliv IIow
.lld. Ciab Oichaid No. '.', K. D. Xoakes
llllstolivilb; No. 1 T. J. Hell,
Hustonville No. '', J. A. lllain.
Hii-tonville No. ii. Lee .Manning.
Hustonville No. I, Oia Gooch.
Wt. heli'hx -eleit the following
delegates ami alternate', to attend
both the Male convention to be held
in the cilv of Louisville, Kv on t lir
mill int. mid the District conven
tion to he held ut Sbelb.x vill(, on tlie
lib in-i. ihe following well known
Dclegules. G. M. Duv.son. G. D.
rioreiu-c, J. A. lilniii, Jus. Giubbs,
T. J. Dell. G. W. Gentiy W. I). Tnr.
dil, A. L. Cuuhler, .1. J. Gieen, Juf
Mack, II. II. Logan, lletrv Howard,
A. G. Faulkner, John Kennedy, T. .'
lllllle-011, J. W. Aeey. Oia Gooch. K.
'). Nonks, Win. Coulier.
Alteiunte-. llarii-oiv Gialiam,
Gicn Five. Geo. Arni-tiong, Steve
Dixe, 1'iof. Uolieit Diiilm loe
Cheiuiult, Win. Adam-, Joe li'eeil,
Jno Cook, 1'. II. Fanner. John Tin
ier, Joe Phelps, Jno, Leach, Jno.
Skiilmoie Thus. Xnpier, lliack
Said nauieil dclegules to vote ns
a unit upon nil questions coming
hefoie said conventions nml for the
pet oiis heieiii instnnled for anil
Tnft Gets the State
Ten out of cloven congressional
distncts in the stale went for Taft
at the icptihhcau conventions Satur.
Ia j, though theie vvere a great
many contests and cry of fraud by
the Koosevelt men. The Kleventli
district was the only one to go for
Koosevelt. In (Jariiird, though the
Tuft people weie outnumbered tvvo
to one, the Tnft men "double cross
ed" them and will have the delega
tion with the credentials signed by
the county ehaiiiiiati.
Ilo.vle county went for Hoscvelt,
hut it was the only one in this dis
liiet lo do so, though there nre a
number of contests by the Koosevelt
men who chum that they were mis
treated. This was the hardest fight
the republicans have had in Ken
tucky in many year, and the losers
nre mighty ".oie."
Miss KHa Harnett, of Hustonville,
left Saturday to join her sister in
St. Louis to be gone about three
Dr. Iturtie Carpenter and mother
returned Sunday from Florida wherb
they have been spending the win
ter. Col. Jack Cliinn of Ilnrrodsburg;,
candidate for congress, in this dis
trict was here last week giving the
glad hand to the voters of this way.
He had just i darned fiom Adair
nml Casey counties hot on the trail
of the "Tall Sycamore." Could the
Colonel recall nbout twenty jears,
hL. could give Mr. Helm the "run of
his life." Too many jears have lodg
ed upon his shoulder-, for him to J
cope with the gallant Harvey.
R. M. and Mrs. Tate, motored to
1 larrodsburg Wednesday.
Mis., Ulack Givcns lias returned
fiom a delightful visit to Misses
Kei.K of Danville.
T. J. Hill, of StantorJ was here
Mrs. Dan Travlor was. the guest of
her mother Mi-. W. 1). L'mui.
Mr. and Mis. Yirgil Campbell
bete for n few hours Mon
te in Lexington
for a few days.
.ii. Klla Darnette left Saturday
for TouUxillo where she will visit
a few dajs hefoie leaving for St
K. II. Powell went to Lexington
Wedue-ilay to xteit his wife who is
there for treatment under a nerve
Mi-. Sandy Cnipcuter and attrac
tive daughter were gnets of Mi.
0. C. KiffL. Wednc-day.
The candy pulling I'liday evening
given bv the Das" Knll Club was
laig"ly attended and all enjoyed tho
' ho-pitnlity of the ninny courtesies
of Pi of. and Mrs. lobinon
Mis. It. IS. Cmpenter mid Dr. Ber
tie Carpenter have leturned from
Floiida where they spent the winter,
ttoth nte much pleneed with ib
Dr. mid Mrs. 0. B. Fallis and a
tiaetive daughlcr Mi Clata of
Danville, weie lieie for n few hours
HUSTONVILLE HONOR ROLL
John SpclliniiP Ktffe, Carey Hicks
John Wesley Iloeker, Annie Hicks,
Jo-ephine Nunnellej-. Lm'ininu Chil
deis, Iluiolil Childcis, Annie Gay
Lute-, I.e-lie Yowell. Win. Nave,
Ague- ISuell. lLnnnou Barker,
Annie S. lSejnold-, Laura Sandidge,
ISeid Conway. Je-sie Lair, Cat roll
Allen. Lthel Builon, Kobeitn Blain.
l'.ugenc Sinigciis, Dunn Sandidge,
Obi Williams, Mitliudn Xaxe, Paul
Willis, G. C. Lxoi.s, Walter Mo-er,
YOU RISK NO MONEY
Our Reputation and Honey are Back
of This of(er
We pay for all the medicine used
dining tlie tiial. if our teincdy fails
to completely idieve you of consti
pation. We take all the tisk. You nto
not obligated to n- in any way what
ever, if j oil accept our offer. Could
niiv t liinir bo mote fair for xou? Is
Iher,. any reason why xou should
hesitate to put our chiinis to n ptae
A iuo-t scientific, common-sense
tieatiuent is Kexiill Oidcilics. which
me eaten like candy. Thev arexery
pionouuced, gentle and plenunt in
action, and puiticnlaily ngtceable in
eveiy way. They do not cau-e dinr
ihoe'a, na'tisea. llatuleiice, giipiug m
other inconvenience. Kexnll Older-lie-
ate p.iitieulailv good for fl.il
d.en. aged and delicate pei-ons.
We inge xou to tty Kexnll Older-lie-
at our tisk. Th.ee sues, 10c '-Vie
nml flOc. Iteiiieinbei-. Jim can get
Kexnll ltemeilies in this community ,
oulv at our toie Ihe Kexnll store
PennjV Ding Stoie.
TRADED FOR A LINCOLN
FARM "SIGHT UNSEEN"
And Ras Allen, Who Went West
Years Aqo Is Much Pleased With
Land He Got Here.
Has Allen, who has been out West
aiiuing and cow-punching in Okla
houio lot the past several jears, has
etui ned to Kentucky, and bought
nice little fin in m the King's
louutaiii section. The peculiar fca
uiu about his return is that he
bought his plueu in Lincoln county
sight unseen" and is delighted with
he tiadc he made.
.Mr. Allen got the farm of about
ii need from K. 1'. Dennis, of
avcttcvillc, Ark., known as the old
icKcc plueu near Kmgs'Mou.itaiu.
le had some irropcrt ni Oklahoma,
mil tradid it to .Mr. Dennis for the
arm ut King's Mountain. Before
oing west, Mr. Allen lived on the
like Kobiuson faun, near thu Doyle
hue, and was pretty familiar with
liucolu county laud, before he
ought, so that ho did not take much
hanee in having a place without
ookmg ut it. As it was, he secured
rhat is said to bo one of the nicest
aims in thu southern section of the
ouuty and both hc und his wife aiu
rently pleased with it.
Mr. Allen b.ought back will, him
horn the west some seed of what
if known as Kuftir corn, which
rows especially well in regious
iheic little water is to be had. He
h going to plant bomc on his farm
in this county and believes that it,,
fill do .-plendiilly here, and pioThTe
gainst mix danger of a shoitage of
lie crop in the event of a drought,
t i- said to ijiake an excellent feed
or all kinds of stock.
-Mi. Allen brought back quite n
nnch of stock with him and will
eul considerable in all kinds of live
lock us well as farm Ins place.
NOTED PRISONERS PAROLED
Chailes K. Booe, lornier employe
of 1hL. Auditor's office, convicted of
cmhe77lci!iciit, was paioled last
week by the 1'iisou Commission. The
pan Ac was based on the largest
petition ever filed before the Sate
Prison Commission. &
Judge Booe had scived, in Jnil
imry hist, tluee jears of a thirteen
xear sentence for einbezzlement of
money fiom the State treasury. The
money taken was above ?3r,00D, and
quite a good lot of it was recovered,
fiom bondsmen, against some of
whom case- are jet pending. Booe,
as claim clerk in the office of the
State Auditor, xvas enabled to cover
the stealing thiougli sevctal jears
by means of 11 detective voucher
sj-siem. i ne commis-ioii also le
leasfd another noted pri-ioner in tin
pei"-on of Jiime-. II. Pani-b, the for
mer Owensboio banker. Parri-h was
seixing a five-jear sentence nt
Fildjville jiiison tor receiving de
posits alter the hi- bunk became in
solvent. Pairi-h hud been confined
for about tluee xeais.
The Christian Kiidiav or ami Bap
tist people gave a xeiy
enjovable Kaster Pingiimi Sunday
night ut the Chii-tian cbiiich.
Messi-. N. II. Toy nml C. C. Coy,
of Muili-oii. weie guests of L. L.
Sanders Suiidnj night.
Mis. K. I'. Thomp-ou, of Lancas
ter, is with his daughter Mr-. Alvin
Miss Katie Melvin sient seveial
dajs with Mis, Jennie Kogers.
Mr. 1). C. Pajiie. of Il.ubourville,
is in Ciab Oichaid for a vi-it with
Mr-. M. Y. Siglcr. xvas brought
lieie Tuesday mid buiieil in Crab
Orcliiu d cemetery. She was in Tex
as on a vi-it when she died. Ev
etjone her i- glad lo know that J. F.
Holilam, of this place, hits been ap
pointed circuit clink.
First Lxenr-ion of the Season
Sunday, April 14, Sunday s
Between Loui-ville. Lexington. J)au
ville, Georgetown. Lawrenceburga
llariodshurg. Shelbjville .undYer
sailles and inlet mediate stations" in
each diieclion. wawcwnrai
j-LoO bet vv 1 en Lexinctoji, Danvillo5
Geoi-getovvn nml Louisvilfujfqi
1011111I tiip; tickets limited to letitri
on date ot sale. I'lonmtiomitel
Iiiu inles between illll'l IlleilLlte. itll
tions. Consult aiiv ,SWllMf6i''1!
wav Agent or wide II. C. King. ( r;
Lexington Kv D. II. Todd. DP,
Louisville. Ky.. JyC BemjL,
AGFA. St. Louis Mfl jyflfl
When a niedicim miut l-ivei
to xo.uig chihlicu it should 1:
nlciisniit to tiiliu,it'ir'Viherh.iiit
Cough Kcmcilv i- made fiom loif
sugar, and the roots used in m
to maple sj 1 iqv tauUllZ JL pkjisaui
to take. It U111. no kui
cold.. eioiiM and whoopji
For sale bvCl.'L.Jt'iu.v,
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