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The Interior Journal.
VOL. XXXIX NO. ,I0
STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. APRIL 12. 1012
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
DR. DAVISON STILL WEARS
HIS FGHTING CLOTHES.
At Elnhlh District RenuH'can Con
vention at Shrthvvllle Tatt De
leaates Are Fucted.
Lincoln cuttntv republican lewd
ors plnvrd n Iiitr nnrt in I lie 8lli
ditrirt convention ut Khcll"'vllle
Tticsdnv. A diimluh to lh (iirifr
Sliclbwillo. Kv.. Ani II. Two
nets of dclctatcs. imp instructed fur
Tnft null tln oilier for Roosevelt,
were elected bv separate conven
tions lirld hero this nflcrnnoii liv llie
Reimhlicuiii of the F.ithth district.
Tim Tnft deletiUe- lire C. ('. Will
Ince, of Madison, uml L. W. Detluir
tun. of Rockcastle, with .1. H. Kln
rlieloo, of Shclhv, mill fleorci' W.
flentrw of Lincoln. ns alternates,
oii'l the Rsevelt delesiile.s arc Wil
liam l.nwwill. of llovle .nml II. (1.
liaison, of On mini, with Knox
Drown of Spencer nml James T.
Took, of Mcieer. ns alternates.
The unlit ''ill not conic until the
rctiilnr ronenntinn wni ileelnretl nd
iniirned when the Hon. Brutus Clnv
of Mndisn. nsscrliut Hint Hie imv
iorit of 'the Republicans of the
Kit'illi district linil lieeti disfrnnrhis.
vil liv n tilinorifv I'lilleil " them to
ri'iiiniii nml hohl n convention which
would exnre-is nrooetlv the will of
U V. Iletliurnin nml A. R. Bur
mil", of Madison, were i;t in iio"i
tuition for (emiMirnrv rhairmnp The
?erelnrv of tin- committee. ! I
Davison, of Lincoln who presided -while
the vote helm.' tnken. ruleil
Hint the ilrlpintion hnltlintMlip re
ilontiiiU miii1 hv the conutv chair
man would he recotnired. nml de
Inrpfl Bcthnrom electeil bvn vote
of 14'! to 21. he hnviin' receiveil the
vote of cvciv ronntv except Bo vie
tinil Spencer. It. L. Dnunn w-n
Thn resolution" henrtilv lndni
fit" nptio'inl niliniiiitnitinn of W. IU
Tuft nml intruct the deletnlc Iff
voir fur hi" reiiominntion nnil five
him their "nilcd support nil nil ones.
ions comiiu Imfme the convent ion.
The course of v1nr V. 0, I'.rn.l.
lev nml Hi,, lteiinlilicnti Rcotescntii
live in Cnivross was also indorsed.
In the rpol"tio'i n presented the
nnine of O I). Florcnrc. of Lincoln,
wns iitrliiil'il is oik of the district
Wits tint lu withdraw t" fnvir
if f W Hothnn'"! whom he i in M
t liWIi trihnte for his -enices te
Th holti"" convention cndo'scil
1liMevi''l The oroctN'iliii", of both
ronvoiiltnn" were nlilcllv lOll"i
Seeretn'v Dnviwi'i iiimnieiitlv "!
denvorad In ir-ec'iiidtln n row nt the
outs..) hv ilecliirjntr it rps iM'cn'ilir
.to him Hint the KetinMiiiiw h-",1
tnrncl out to he n lot of thiere nil'
V.menU. nt wtw now n-i-rtcil hv
nieo who 'mil hen IVilern' offiee
hohler It i- the men who hnve
hren tlietnvlve reenlleil wh" i"-"
now iinholilinc (he ilnctrino of Hie
reeilll "K nilvocntetl liv Ron-evelt.
'hi hiiiil. nml in conclusion he il".
nnunccil the Mntcmciit mmle hv
.rm!". O'lJenr. Ilin't the Kilitl ili.
tnct hsiw lieen stolen, im "n lie."
FOR CIRCUIT CLERK
Formal uiiiioniiccment U iniulc 'to
hiv hv J. I). Wcjiucn. of tin- city,
llrt 11 Cllllilnliltc tin the ilcmocriitie
iioinimitiou for Ciicnit Cleik luch
will he iii.hIi. in the uiiliuuv on Aiif.
ilt :iil. next. Tlii-i iiiiiniiiiitioii will
lie liuiile to till the ucniicv i':iiieil
hv the ilcath of Col. J. 1). Sworn-.
Mr. Wenren in mie of the he-l
known insurance men in tlii-i nnrt
at the Mate, ami his husincin Ium
taken hitu all over the coiuitv. o
that lie is verv well known nml has
ii hnt of frieniN who will iinilniilit.
eillva rnllv to hi loumort. He hns
received much eueourncemetit. and
his fiiemls hclieve that lie will mal.e
ji race to hM uvond of.
The stock law has heen an im
lirovement to tl'i sei'liou of the
fc. T. Oooeh is buililiiur it treat
lcnl of teuce.
J. V Chnmlieiln'm has fini-hed
r-owim: oats. He is exiiectim; to
rean u lunrn eroii.
Oeoiiro Sturgeon hail a loir nillinc
Weiluemlav. It wiik almrd time for
lliosp who were Inckintr muscular
I'nve Chamherlaiii Iiuh iust com
oleted his barn: exueetiu'.' to rean a
bountiful rrou thin fall.
A. C Muiinuv hlis ahaudoued the
hone of si'lliiiL' his farm and has
pone to re i mi rim: fences.
. L. J'uvjie has iust finished his
.fir-'t sawuiin set. and is muvini; his
mill home. The t-'iil do not know it
i leutii vear. or ho thinks so.
Alice AmlerMiu is on the iibk list
ut this writiiu?.
TIiq ninviT ineelimr at Olive, which
wiih orua nixed Inst fall is still ro
cressiiiL' fine and vrowimr hetteri t'.
(lovcli the leader, is still holdiuu' out
fuIHifiillv. , . ,
Carl KiddV dot: is the best in the
country; would lik to see soinemie
Kick this iloi.' iiiiiinnl.
Buck Creek ovei flowed nml did u
rwit deal of ilaiiui'.'e. It 'Is said to
be hither than it has been for imuiv
enr. . ... .
Lad Satuidav was Austin Kind
28tli biillidav. his relulives ami
l'iie:ids showed their cratitude no
love hv civintr u ureal feast at fas
dwellim?. Tliert-'were munv nres
ent and ull had a iollv time.
LEAP YEAR DANCE
Tn Bk Given Bv Bachelor Maidx. of
Stanford Aoril 19th.
The KWfllent ilnnrc citloVcil, ill
(hit nnrt o ft lie Htate in u lontrtimii
will he uivcii hv the vnniiir Indies of
Stnufuni on Friiluv cvoninir. Anril
II'. at xl'" onern Ihhihi here. It
will he a Lean Year affair, and the
invitntioiiH rend Hint it is civen hv
the Itnchelor MniiU of Stanford.
The cclchrnted WrichtV Saxanhotio
orchestra Iiiih heen enuaired to iniike
llm mimic for the ccnim:. It in
Miid to he tilt, finest tliinu' in the
urchcttrnl line to he had for dnncc-i,
mil its Mlei'lionr are usiiallv uh en
lovaliln as (lie dniiecH. env thiwe
who have heard it. ,A larve niimher
of invilntioiis iin hciinr hcnt out nml
n hintf tmniher of helles nml Iioihit
are e.xnccted lo he iireceiit.
Mr. Kohert Crow sold .'10 hots to
.Mr. Win. Mvcrs at (Ml-
Mr Ira Miner Mild ii nice htiiich
of hues to David Allen nt f l-2e:
Mr. .loliu l.ntiil liiniL'lit sonii. cnttlc
from Mr. Andv Best reiser.
Orauille Lutes IioiilOiI .'17 laruo
entile from J. K. BiiiiL'hmnu. Inst
Mr. Arthur S. Tnliin sold his lit
tie farm lo Mr. Thomas Taylor of
KiutrV Mountain for 1K()0.
The I'iiIit enterlninmeut eiven nt
the .Methodist church on Similuv v
I'lilnjL' wns Innrelv attended i""l all
who took nnrt in the services did it
in n iileasint mnniier.
Tin I'eoole's Tohncco Co.. me
iirciidrine to ooeu nml drv n lap.'e
imautitv of tohncco ut their house
Mr. Dim Wilrhei has moved near
Mr... Ci.iiun I'iuitt had her E'istcr
oiieuiinr of huts lust wck.
Mi'.s Knimn Fitroatrick. of Wnsh.
iinrlon. I). (.. is visitim: Mr. C. IC.
Rev. .Iop Monttromerv -
tie daiichters. .MWt-s lluliv nml
Be.ssic nt Libert v .w- irucsts of .Mr
Wvntt Monttromerv Mondav.
Mr. Thumiis Mull went to Shelby
ille Mondav. as one of tli.. Hcoiili
licati di-leirates of this county.
Mrs. Leber and Miss Florence
Mitchell. of .litnctioii Citv. were
uiiesis of Mr. 'rimiuiis Morsran the
fotcliiiit of the week.
Ir. lliirrv Xenl left for Florida
.Mr. and Mtv. Arthur Russell were
in Danville Saturday slionoimr.
Currcv nml William Noel .of llnr
loilsliiiiv lune been isilim: relatives
Mr. William Mcrrimau has been
to the citv shomiint:.
Mr. nml Mrs. .lames Helm .lr..
were the truest,, of Mr. .lames Helm
ut llii-lniiville this week.
Miss Mattie (Irissoin, the noniih'
seamstress, of Dauullc. cuiue over
last week to isii homefolks.
Mr. .Iiiiiii- Moser. of I'aiut Lick,
was in this tifi.,hhnrhniil last week
Mis Miiiirucrite Rout, of Tur
neisille wns the visitor of her
fneuiU here, last week.
Mr, and .Mrs. Dinwiddie. of Has
lnt'Mtte. ei. tiele 'this week to
iit their daiiL-hler. Mrs. Kdd Car
neuter. Mr ami Mr. .Inlm Riiss(. smnt
Easter with Mr. J. C. I'md.
Mr. Rilev Kimr was with his bro
ther the II It. II. Kimr.
Mr. Waller Mosir eiilcilrtii.ul his
SiiiuLiv .cliool clas at Suuda cv
iiintr from 2 to t o'clock with an
Luster hunt. Tin is n inimaiv
clas- .mil consists of H number of
liiidit little Siiuda school work
ers and he i to he i-miuriltiihiteil
on trvini" to im -euse i renter inter
est in the Sunday school. Tlioe
nieseiit were: Kstill Meriimn.i
isiah White. I'lauce. Coffe. Wiliit
Owens, Nannie Weddle. Lottie .Ier
rinmii. Lniiiu l'cail I'ruitt. KuUier
liii. I 'of lev, llenrv Edwnid I'ruitt.
Mailie Ohiiis. Kiilheiine McCIure.
iHlsleen Col't'eV. .lames Noel. El a
Met i ilium. Mnitlm McCIure. Cinrev
Noel. Tlielma Owens. Kmil Merrimau
Eveil L'llheral. Joeoh Bishop. Lidn
Weddle. .lames Meriimuu.
Lust Siimbiv atteruoou Mr. Er
nest Foul cute t'tunicil a few of his
fiiemls ut his iileasant count rv
I ie. It wns Mr. Ford's hiithdav
ami as it hus also Easter Siimlav
be wns able to celebrate it in n very
nlci-iiiil nml novel wuv. The voiin
neniile hud a verv nleasaut time to
fi'lher and daiutv refreshments wete
Miss Ida Hutehiiison ami little
ilaiiL'bler. Tlielinii me vNitimr her
siMer. Mrs. W. I), floode. at Indian,
ATH OF MR.
At a incfliiur of the diiectors of
the Lincoln Count v National Bank
held on the lilli day of Amil. 1U12
the followim; resolution was admit
With sadness we teeord the fact
that Samuel II. Shanks, President
ot thu hank died on the Ut dav of
Amil. 1IM2. IJe was in his 77th
year and soeut the whole of his
life in Lincoln couutv. nml was nl
wavs one of its worlhv cilizciis. lie
had been l'rcsjileut of this bank
eonl iiimmslv from the vear. 188:1.
ami u member of the directory from
its ortrnuiziilinu. In bis death his
family loses the kindest nml most
iiidnliMmt of fathers, the comuutnU
tv an exeianlarv cilizen. ami this
bank nn officer who was always
faithful ami efficient in the ner
fornmnee of his duties.
It is ordered Hint this memorial
he siiiead on the records, nuhlislieil
in the Interior Journal, ami a t-nnv
furnished eAch member of his fam
ESTATE DIVIDED AMONG
HIS THREE CHILDREN
The Last Will and Testament of S.
H. Shanks Probated In Court
Mondav Other Wills.
The Inst will and testament of the
late S. II. Shanks, who passed nwav
!a short time nirii. was filed and or
! derail to probate in the County C nrl
IMondnv. The will wus written Jan
'narv Hlh 11101 and wns witnessed
hv John Briuht. Sr.. and John Briuht
lit. It piovides for the appoint
ment of his son William II. Shanks.
In c.Vrilitol' without bond or surelv.
ami provides for eiiual division of
the estate, without an inventory or
nppraisiueut hcimr filed, or without
reserve, to be mmle between his
three childieu. Mr. Shanks. Mrs.
T. A. Rice nml .Mrs. C. E. Tate, suh
icct to mUaiiCemeut.) of $2.'i.O0U
to Mm. Rice. iS.23.fHHi to Mr. Shanks
nml .27.tiU0 to Airs. Tote.
The wills of Dr. Clifton Fnwler.
Adam l'etrav and Mrs. Sarah M.
Walls were also filed, eurb ilividimr
the propel tv left nmonir the children
of each decedent.
A few issues nun a former Lin
coln man. but now of Favette coun
ty hind he was "from Mis-iiii" if
there was u cow in Lincoln ilm
could beat the oue owned bv him.
ItNeems ii shame to break the spell,
but we iust want to tell him of -e
owned bv Josiah Bishop that trives
two nml half trillions of milk ut a
tnilkiuir nml we'll water that one trill
ion of milk will produce n pound nml
nuarter of butter. This cow lias
five ihiutrlitcrs and three irruml
duiiuhters one uruudsou nml one
mva t tramlsou. Now friend Sibold
voti're bent, it looks to me. but we'll
trniit ours is verv tonil.
Mr. mid Mrs. R. M. Tate ami Mrs.
1'. C. Brown imtored tjj Danville
Mr O. J. Cunniii'rham .of Dan
ille was hen. with friends Tues
day. Rev. C. R. Blaiii spent last week
A. J. Adams sr.tr.l Monday in
Dennis Siinurens rnmc down from
(leortetown to be with the home
Misse Lena and Marv I). Beck
and Ruth Tanner weie here Friiliiv
J. L. MeKee Rifle umtored to
Mis Ella Rituev bus icturiied
from a shoit yisit to Stanford
.Mis. Eii'.'cuc I 'ope. of Danville, is
tuest of .Mrs. J. W. Routt this week.
Mc-dames John B. Rifle and
(lenrae Ilrmlkv were ill Stanford
Mr. Maek Iltitlies. of Danville,
wns here Wedncsdav. buviut liai
ses. Mis Mnitaiet McCoimack is
with Mis. James Woods this week.
.Miss .Mack Lotau is tuest of Miss
Black (iivciis this week.
Mr. nml Mrs. John Diifwiddic
have leturucd trom a visit to the
Misses Dinwiddie. of Louisville.
Mrs. Waller VauAisdale. of D.iu-,
ville w-iis heie latt week.
Mis Floience Sniateiis. of Ellis
hint "lis here for a lmrl time Mun
iin. -Mis. Roval Sis'iirs. of Turueis
Mlle wus phoiipiut bele Monday.
Mis. McDowell Fo"le and Miss
Catherine Murnliv were heie .Mon
.Mrs. Anderson Niiunellev. of I'uv
ton's Well section wns here for n
short time Friday.
Mr. (1. B. I'ruitt. of Moralaml. win
Miss Florence Taylor of Dauvilie.
is the attractive tuest of Mr. ami
Mrs. James II. Yowell this week.
.Mr. Frank Babbitt of I'evton's
Well section wns here for u short
lime Saturday afternoon.
Mi-s Francis North has returned
fiom ii i-it to LexiiiL-ton. shoppint
on the ret ii i n ti,in nt Burtiu. In vis.
it her brother.
Dr. J. C. Barker has returned
from Jonliii. Mo., with a fe-
mens of. the mn nil,, and lead found
on his farm. The mint's are heit
worked mid are coiisidcicd the best
ill the west.
Mi-s Eliifa B. Route is with bet
sister. Mrs. Etiteue I'oite Nnt Dat
Kint Ciinienter mid Miss Antie
Cnrpeuler spent Tliursdav in Dan
ville. Col. (leorte D. Wentherford has
'.etiiiiieil from a biisiuci.s trip to
Mr.-. W. M. Mvers called to the
luiUide of her sister, Mrs. Anne
Warriuer. who is verv ill at Lexing
ton. The C. W. B. M. Auxiliary closed
their Easter uraver service Siimlav
nl'tcmooii. All the services lmve
been be- ' as well as instruetive
The offerint was $42.00
Mr J. M. Reynolds is still in bud
health ill this writiut.
Mis. D.iviil Proctor is verv ill.
Mrs, M. M. Tnvlor. wns in Crub
Orehaul Satuidav on business.
Mis Bertha Cummins of Doutlv.
is stnvimr with Mis. J, ltevnolds.
Mr. Elbert Elder tol a fine horo
bv beint kicked.
Mi's. John Scott will soon leave
for Cora. 111..
The l.von's Lumber Co.. will stnit
a saw mill in a tew duvs ut this
Rev. C. C. Meteulf will soon leave
this phice ami tn to llailau county
to make his homo with his father.
Bv Nevin Carter For His Handsome
Stallion. Kv.. Gentleman.
The I. J., iiniutentiounllv omitted
lo infill ion one of the handsomest
ount stallions seen in this part of
Kentucky in venr. in its write-up
of the horse show Inst Monday. He
is Kentucky Ocntleman. J. Nevin
Caller's humlsouiu vomit son. of
I'euviiic blood. This vountster was
hnwn tinder halter and attracted
the attention of everyone who saw
him. and all had somethint nice to
say nboiit him. Predictions were
I reel v iniicle with two venrs' more
trowth he will move to be the hand
somest thiut in horse flesh in this
Hint of the state. Critical horse
men observed him cuiefullv and Mr.
Carter turned down one offer of
LOUD for him. This one will do to
Mis, Bessie Willis is visitim: her
sister. .Mrs. Jus. Benedict at Dan
ville. Mrs. L. A. Ellis visited her broth
er. Ivan Allen, at llradfordsville. last
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. J. 0. Cmimiitliain. of Dm'
ville. visited friends here last week.
.Mr. nml Mrs. Jumes Benedict, of
Danville. lme returned home after
a visit to friends and relatives here.
Mrs. Stephen Ellis. Sr.. is visitim?
her son. Mr. Flunk Ellis, in Som
erset. .Mrs. Georte I (uncock visited
friends nt Biadi'ordsvilli. Inst week.
Mcssr.s. S. A. Ellis and John Mot.
tan were in Liberty last week.
Miss Riisn Tavlor and Richard
Mouttoinerv were uuietlv married at
the home of the bride last Sunday
bv Rev. Reeves.
Mr. Oeorte Downev visited in
Mr. Baker Tcrhuue. of Biadfoida
ville was here Fiiduv.
Messrs. H. II. ""Revnicrson. of
Bradfordsville. ami ('. ('. Revnier
son. of Lebanon lime been with
their mother, who has been unite ill.
Mr. II. C. I'evtmi has been ill of
fever, but is much better.
Messrs J. B. Con!e. Monis Hnt'
lev. Jacob Johnson nml .Me.sdames
S. A. Muv. Eliza I In fit-v. and Mollie
.Murphy ate on the sick list.
Mrs. Bettie Irvin. foimcrlv of this
place, died at her home in Danville.
Inst week of tuberculosis. Tim re
latives bine the .sMupathv of many
friends in this community.
Mr. fieorte Moore, ii-'er! 02. died
lecentlv from infirmities due to old
ate. II is survived bv his wife, one
sister, ami ojie brother. Mr. John
Mooie. ot Illinois, who nt tended his
A .-ad coincidence happened last
week, when on April 3. Mr. John
Haflev. nteil SO died of piiciiuioniti.
beint pieceded to the tr.ive only
two weeks befoie bv his brother. Mr.
Jetferson lint lev. ated 8(i. a veter
an of the Civil win. Thev are siir
vied bv one brother. Mr. Moiris
Haflev. who is sick ut this wrintr.
He has the sviupathv of the entire
coiimiunitv. Burial of deceased
tool- place in the Coulter bimint
Born, on Amil A, to the wife of
J. II. Cliiik.-on. u boy.
Mrs llcleuEllis. of Junction Citv.
has been ittitiir relaties here.
-Mr. and' Mrs. Julnison Ellis visit
ed in Moielamj last week .Mr. ami
Airs. Alvn Ellis liny., moved to Dan
ville. Mr. Thomas (Jntlberrv left -centlv
lor Illinois, where ho will
make his future home.
Mr. Jnmes CoppnteV school elns
ed last week. The pupils nml im
trou.s pie-eiited him with a nice arm
chair in recotnilion of his excellent
Mrs. Win. Dvehous,. of Piench
ersville. has been isitint her son.
Fieil Dvehous,, nml other relatives
untl fiii'inls in this section,
Wni. Anderson has irone into the
stock tiadiut busbies earnestly as
In. will buv iiiivthiht from a thor
outhbred nice hoise to h ruzor
backed hot. He has been -mukini;
tluuts hutii for the lust few weeks.
Frnuk fy'olcmiin is reioicint over
the ariival of a fine till nt his
It .seems as thoiiL'b all of the
blind titers ami win sellint ar ot
entirely cut out. for occasionally we
se(. a mats with mud on bis .lolhes
and iietiut as thoiith he would
jhiow rocks ut his trand mother.
I'hera must be some spot where m
haliut the atmostiheru makes people
intoxicated and boozv Wonder
where it isf
Mrs. Joei Coleman, who has been
unite ill with iheiimatisin for some
time, is somewhat improved.
Mose .Pitman is mint to move
down on (he Trnvlor faun with 0.
I). 'Boone ami wotk for him this
Chukshurjr, Ky., W. J. Bellamy,
jrivt'n paitiiMilars of his son's lecov
ery. lie says: "My boy of sixteen
had bronchial trouble, ever since he
was a baby, and it indimlly grew
w'oise until we feared consumption.
I (jot n bottle of Foley's Honey and
Tur Compound ami soon theie was
such a maiked improvement that I
(sot u second bottle ami tin's will, I
think, miike it peimmiciit euie. 'J'liu
first bottle fined bis stubborn eoiifsh
and I think this wondeiftil medicine
saved my boy'a life." Slmcars mid
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
1 .400 to loan on eood security.
Write Box 57(1. Stanford. Kv. UO-tf.
Tomutoe.s nml eahbnte plants,
hot flowers. Ed. Huhhurd. IIO-lp.
Vool sacks at State Bank & Trust
Co., tag wool nicely. J. D. Eads &
See Fish & Bromley about that In
surance policy today. It is better
to be safe than sorry. They give
you the kind that protect.
1-10 ej:j incubator nnd 140 chick
brooder for sale a real bargain.
Good us new. For further infor
mation write A. C. Coffey. McKin
ney. Ky. 9-2p.
For Sale. Ono four-room house
mid lot or would sell 3 acres of best
of land wilb the house. If not sold
would rent it all. This is a bargain
layint outside of city limits on depot
street. Come nt once. W. M. Ma
lum Lancaster, Ky. 29-3p
For Sale. Handsome harness
mare, 4 ycaw gld, perfectly treutlo.
Phono l'jy, 4.ock Box 2GS, W. P.
Fields Bros., fresh and cured
meats, nml ull kinds of country
All kinds of latest drinks. Penny's-
Soda Fountain. 20-2
Protect your loved ones with a life
policy in tho Old Northwestern. One
of the most liberal companies in the
world. Fish & Bromley. 24-tf.
$100 Reward, $100.
The mien ct this paper will be plrurd to lera
thit there u at leut odv Ure&dcd dleaa that Kieoce
tu been able to eure la All lu tuges, ftnl that la
Caurrn. Ilall'a Calarrb Cure la tbe odij- poaiilve
rure now known to tbe medical frateroltjr. Catarrb
belnx a eoustltutkmal dlw-aae. requlrea a cooftltu
tloml treatment. Ilall'a Catarrb Cure to taken In
ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucou
eurfacra ot the lyttem. thereby destroying the
foundation ot the dteeeae. aod alvina tbe patient
tr-nxtb by bulldlne up the conititutloa and aaiHt
in nature In doing tti work. The proprietors bare
so much faith In Ite curative powers that they offer
One Hundred Dollars lor any rase that It falls to
rure. send for list of testimonials
Addrew P. J CHE VEV 4 CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by all PruKlsts. lie.
ale Hairs Fam' y puis for eoMtlpatlr .
We have Just received from New
York, some very fine Blue Serge
Suits, all wool, to sell at $10. These
are real bargains. Sam Robinson.
Now is the time to paint that
house. See us Penny's 29-2
For Sule or Trade. A eood phae
ton. John Lvun. 29-2
Lost. Black leather grip full of
bnbv ni tides. Heward for return
to Mrs. J. II. Williams, 23 R. Hus
For Sale or ExclianRe. My house
and lot near Depot, Rowland, Ky.,
1 eisht room hoiise plenty of water
nt door (rood barn nnd out houses,
;rod repair with store in connection.
I will sell this property cheap or will
exchange for a small improved farm.
For information call on or writo
Frank Cordier. Rowland, Ky.
Formulas. Flavoring extracts
perfumes, tooth powder or paste,
liniments, enthortics; veteifnary
ramedie-, etc. F.xcellent proposition
Particulars forwarded, or send 30
cents for complete line of samples.
Synth. Chemical Supply Co.. Har
It is ordered In' the Lincoln
Countv Fiscal Court at ill April
term, that teams on countv roads
bo allowed as follows: For waton
and two .horses ami driver 2: for
waton and one horse and river $1.25
In all cases the allowance for team
must include driver. (leorte B.
Cooper. Clerk Lincoln Countv Court.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy and
family have letumed from St. Cloud
Fin., to spend tin. summer at their
home near Crab Orchard. Mr. Ken
nedy savs that Florida is allritht
for winter, but is too hot to live in
in the summer. He savs that verv
little of the laud there is produc
tive without fertilizing Mr. Ken.
neilv conducted a verv successful
trocerv business at St. Cloud and
will nrobablv return there next win
ter. II mivs that Jones L. Ander
son, also of the Prenehersville see
lion, is well located in the fur south
ern state mid will likely remain
there iuriut the summer.
First excursion train for Cincin
nati. 0.. via L. & N'.. will-b"ve Stan
ford m the moruint of Anril 1-tfli.
Specinl low rate tickets will 1.. sold
on above date ami tickets will be
sold to childieu of five and iimh"
tTcIvf vears of ate at one hnlf fare.
Kveivbodv is toine don't, vou wnnt
to to illnlltf
The Iks t ball tmne of the season
on the home trnuuiW will bo plavcd
heie Friduv when the second team
of ( V. comes over to cross bats
with the llith School nine. The
tamo will betin promptly at three
o'clock at the school trouudj.
LOCAL HENS IN FRONT IN
EGG LAYING CONTEST
First Week's Records Show Orninb-
tons of Mrs. S. J. Embrv Lead
jTho big egg luying contest to de
termine tho best laying breed of
chicken, began at Senator Puyn
tcr's fnrm in Fayette county on
April 1st. The Louisville Post un
der whose nuspices the contest U
being held, announces that there arc
over fifty entries. Two of the en
trants are from Lincoln enmity, A.
C. Alford hns entered a pen of his
fine White Leghorn bcn, and Mrs.
S. J. Kmbry has entered a hand
some pen of her Buff Orpingtons.
The hens 'remain on the contest
grounds for six months, mid tho
number of eggs they Iny during that
time are carefully watched. Much
interest is being manifested among
poultrjmcn over the stntc in thi
contest, mid local poultrymcu arc
hoping that one of the two local en
tries may win first honors.
The first returns from the ett
lavint contest were published in the
Louisville Post Inst Saturday. The
records for the first week showed
that the Buff Orpiiitton pen of five
bens of Mis. S. J. Kmbrv. of this
citv. were leadiiit all other hens of
this bleed. Thev were credited
with nine etts laid for the fir.-t
three davs of the test. Onlv two
other pens were nhcail of them, and
thev had laid hut ten e"". oue
ahead of the local pen. The hens
of Mr. Alfoul did not act started so
well as those of Mrs. F.inbrv. but he
is confident that they will he heard
FARMERS LOSING COLTS
Considerable Loss This Sortna Re
Dorted Bv Horse Breeders.
Much complaint is beint heard
nmomr the horse breeders of the
death? of vomit colts this sprint.
Tha loss is fnllint ouite heavily up
on mnnv of the farmers. Some of
the bit horse breeders have lost
nearly all of their sprint crop of
colts nnd everyone is worried. The
cnusc is thoutht to be the poor nua
litv of corn fed. thouth some, nre in
clined to attribute it lo other causes
There is much doubt, hoverer. us to
iust what is eausimr the lo.ss.
K. P. and J. II. Woods are said
to hnve lost nine colts. Jake Woliin-
son about (i: Clarence fate suffer
ed n number of losses and others
have likewise been the victims.
SELLS FARM FOR $10,000
J. J. Mospr sold his nice faiui in
tbe Milledteville section last week
to Fiank Tamme. the consideration
Keint about 10.(W(). The place
contained ll.'t acres with a toml
house, ami is one of the niee-t little
farms in that section of the coun
ty. Mr. Moer has not vet decided
where he will move to. but mnv enniu
to Stnuford to make his home.
BOYLE COUNTY WILSON CLUB
An enthusiastic Woodrow Wilson
Club was ortnuizetl in Bovle countv
Monday nitbt with the followim:
live democrats as officers; y. Lo
tau .JVood. president: J. M. Van
Meter, vice Picsident: and Oeorte
1 locker. Kobeit llardiiit. Dr. F. H.
Moiittomen Attorney llenrv Juck--son.
B. C. Berrv and Hon. R. C.
Priiv diiectoi-s. Col. Nicholas Mc
Dowell winniaiiieil us secietarv. Tho
followim.' cfiitlemeu compose the
execulhes committee: Hon. C. C.
Fox. Hon. C. C. Bntbv. Attorney .lav
Ilnrlan. Mr. Fred Harris and F.ditor
HONOR FOR A LINCOLN MAN
The many, friends of W. W.
PeavvhoiisH will !. i.ln.1 l.. L-iw.ur Im
bus been elected, to the responsible
lnsffioli as cashier with ll... Hhism
Commercial Bank of this itv. Mr.
I'eavvhiiusa. assumed his duties with
this well known bankiut institution
when the First National 'took over
the Jackson l),iviir II 1 . ..........
man of finn h.-inL-in.. Itn.inai. .mll.
I lies liuviiif had several vear experi
ence. 1IH has been ' ' the Jack
son Deposit Bank of Jncksoo for u
, little over a vear and has ptoven
iiiiiisru io, oe inoroutlilv inialitieil
iortue iv.nitiou lie now occupies and
the Hariris Commerciul should feel
urotld that lliev lm I ...... ..l.lu ,,.
secure bis services. He is a vomit
man of spletidid morals and nimis
bers his fripiwlw In. Iiw tn.........!-
tance winch be-speaks for hitu a sue.
cess in the bankint world.
PLAY AT CRAI ORCHARD
The pupils of the Crab Orehaul
Httli School will trive a ulav entitled
Diamonds and Hearts nt the audi
torium of the Sprints on Tuesday
eveiimt. April Kith, u small 'mlmis
siou beint charted, for the benefit
of the school librurv. Those who
will have characters in the nlnv are
Sadie Ca'llin. Lucile Mortau. Nan
cy N'unier. Henrietta Bailey. Kate
Napier. Kdward Kdmistou. Lloyd
Martin. Charley Mai tin. Shirlev (lo
ver. Bovle Siutleton mid Henley Na
pier. All are invited to attend.
Iter, (luilaml Siutleton suid the
words Weduesilav which united ju
muirinte Walter MeKlfresli nml
Miss lTillio Dnesler. Both are from
(he Millcdtevillo section, and have,
inn n v fiK'iuK who wish them much
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