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The Interior Journal.
VOL. XXXIX NO. 41
STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MAY 31, 191U
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
Vote1 Vote! Have You Voted for Your favorite? If not, Hand Her Your Subscription at Once, for She is Trying Hard to Win and Needs
Everv Vote She Can Possibly Get. Votes allowed on Old or New Subscriptions, So Do Not Let Her Lose For the Lack of Your Subscription !
HELP YOUR "FAVORITE"
WIN ONE OF THOSE
FOUR EXf RA PRIZES
Which will be Given to the Four con
testants Who Brlnq In the most
Monev on Subscriptions Before
June 10th. The Bla Double Vote
OKerlna Expires riexi ""'"'
Night at 9 O'clock, so be 8r tou
land Your suDscnpuim iu i
Favorite Before the Closing Hour
If vou Wish Her to Have the Full
Advantage of This Bia Offer.
Just one week from next Mondn
to decide tho winners of. those hand
some extra prizes which nre now on
display at Penny's Drug Store. r.
S in the contest Iu.h an oq
chance to secure these tenal
prizes. It does nut make any hf
Kot. where he stands in the W.
Some ncW contestant could ens y
win one of these prizes if
hut tmt forth n little effort. From
;i indications it is going 1"
an easy matter to pickup :
tru prizes. Head the full details of
thH offer hclow:
Here Is the Plan.
One 20.picce Silver set .will he
am-n to the contestant rculiitj in
District No. I who turns in the most
moucj on subscriptions W 1l,c
Site of May Wth and J.mo 10th.
One It. H. Smith Fountain Pen will
e given to tlie oontesuuii. Bl,,",B
in District Ko. 1 who turn in the
second Inrgot nmouut of moiwj on
subscriptions between the nbote
mentioned dates. .
One UO-picco Silver Set will he
sivcu to the contestant residing m
District No. 2 who turns in Uw
largest amount of money on sub
scriptions between the date ol
II.. or.il, nml JllllU lOtll.
One H. B. Smith Fountain Ten
will be given to the contestant resid-
inc in District Ko. 2 who turns in
the second largest amount of mou
ey on subscriptions lietween the
above mentioned dates.
Double votes are being given on
nil subscriptions turned in before
nest Suturdnv night, June 1st nt 0
V. M. In order that contestants liv
ing nt n di-tunee from the office
may hnc the same chance as those
living near town, we will i-ue votes
under this offer on subscriptions
sent bv mail, if the envelope is post
marked not later than l o'clock Sat
urday night. After next Saturday
nUht. the vote schedule will again bo
rerluced to tho usual schedule of
votes given when the contest first
- started. , ,,,.,.
The handsome 15-jcwcIod Klirtn
watclu's arc now rn display aftho
jewelrv store of W. H. Mueller of
this city, lie will be clad to show
them to the contestants and their
friends who call nt his store. Mr.
.Mueller, well known throughout this
-part of Kentucky for lis- lehnb'e
dealings, needs no introduction to
the people of this vicinity, and the
fact that we purchased these hiind
iitiiiii' prizes from him is in itolf u
guarantee thnt thev are exactly as
The beautiful $3."i0 piano to bo
awarded as the capital prire was
purchased especially for this content
from the Werner l'iano Co.. of Chi-s-upii.
A printed des'iiili-'ii of this
fine instrument would hardly do it
iuMice and we inilc all the contest
wits anil their friends to call at tho
"Intori.ir Journal office and see for
-themselves. Bring ur musical
friends along with vou and when
you have heiud the fine tones of
this beautiful iiistrntnent, you will
agree with the other ontcs'tnnts
who have seen it and who say it is
well worth putting forth your vcrj
let effit- to win.
The handsome diamond rings were
nurchnscd espeoinllv for this contest
from the well known firm of Vic
tor Iloiftieri iu Lexington. The arc
indeed spuikliug gems of boautv 'iid
Avill soon bo on display at one of
tho stores in this city.
From now until further notice the
limit on votes will bo raised and
rHE INTERIOR JOURNAL
$500 POPULARITY CONTEST
Good For 10 Votes
FOR District No.-.
KHMdHUirtKQ'ri'- 'tvhwa ui'nuw -jiiauasw jiiuj "JVilimi
This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed
to the Contest Department of the Interior Journa, will count
for the person whose name is written thereon.
These ballots mmt be fastened together iu packages, en
closed in envelopes, before beiojr deposited.
lontostnnts will he allowed to poll
10,000 votes more tlinn (lie lender
III the picocding issue.
Now we nre going t" limit this
race to three who will work to win,
fr it isn't fnir to handicap them
whh r w of thow- who woi.t A
number of names have been drop
pod from the list in tho pas't nnrl
unless pntno of (lie ullur candidates
signify their intention of going iu
lo win, other nnuiPtt will bo missing
within K short time, ho doubt
there arc any number of persons
who would be glad to subscribe for
Tho Interior Joumnl to help Home
particular contestant, but this con
testant may bo one of those iu whose
interest no work is being done. Some
active worker would secure thnt
subseiiptiou were it otherwise nml
it's going to bo otherwise very short
ly. If vou have not begun nn active
campaign for subscription do so
at once. Don't delnv another hour
if vou want to win n prize.
It is really wonderful what nn ac
tive and widospernrl interest in be
ing taken in tho contest. Nothing
enn overshadow it in tho amount ol
pu'.lic interest it is arousing. In nil
circles, in all clo'cs, one hears this
contest talked of. So much inter
est is belli? taken in it thnt you will
have no trouble in securing sub
scriptions if you show the people
thnt you arc in coruet and want to
HOW THEY STAND TODAY
The list of contestants and the
number of votes each has will be
printed iu this space each issue.
All votes must be in this office
by .r o'clock iu the afternoon of
the day previous to the publica
tion. Votes coming in after f
o'clock of the rluv previous to
publication will be counted and
published in tho next issue. All
votes must be pinned together
nml the number of votes in each
package must be marked on the
top ballot. If vote's arc pinned I
securely together, the name of
the contestant need only be put
on the top ballot.
1 , DISTRICT NO.
Miss Lvlo Cooper ....
. .. 15.000
Miss Lean rainier
Miss Dertio MeCIute ...
Mis bin II. l'ottits ...
Miss Josephine ltrarlv .
Miss Itohcrlu Iloltzclaw
Mis 1'enrl Fields
Miss Mnrv K. McKinncv
Miss niirabeth Iliggius
Miss Anna Warren 22.275
Miss F.l-ie Klizubcth Coleman 14.455
Miss Isnbclle Kcvnolds 13.150
Mis- Mnrv K. Duddemr 11.115
Miss Mnrv Moore Hiinev ....O.fiSO
Miss Kate Anderson 20.880
Mis Josephine Morris 10.S55
Miss io Jennings 12.875
Miss Polhe Wilchor l'.l'JO
Miss (leitrude Wilkinson ...22.275
Miss Klunheth Slai'L' 10.735
?diss Mn.-garct 1'.. Iloltzclaw 22.275
Miss Florence Dawes 10.405
Mi Jennie Sampson .' l.tilO
Mi-s Delia Lnwreiic 22.275
Aliss Kutlicriue Kuds 5.000
Miss Jennie Pennies 10.230
Miss Jessie Lee Phillips 1.400
Miss Oixi Flovd It-1 ,. 3.520
Mis F.liziiheth (inter 15.105
Miss F.lsie Singleton 21.(100
Miss Deulilh lluzlett (i.5'0
Mrs. Mnrv Morton 7.110
Mis, y.eria F.ulmnks 0.180
lis Oraco Jeffievs 1.770
Miss Sallic (looch 1.410
Miss Fva Morton 1.. 7.3(10
Miss Fmnia Meier 8.130
Miss Mnrv F.lliel AndeiMiu ..10.020
Miss Dessio 'TdcCoriunck ... 11.135
MNs Leliu II. Jones 2.030
Miss Clara Cnmeniseh f.000
Miss F.va Moser 0.4"0
Miss Mnttio Hishop 11.030
Miss Miuelle Pruilt 11.320
Miss Lue Ooucli 10.115
Voted on or
Miss Jennie Itnnkin 1 1 .03.
Miss Jewel Snonnuinore 1.-170
Miss Mnv North 10.810
Mis Amn Darker 1.7M0
Miss Kiithcrinc Murphy (1,1170
Miss Malinrla Nave LA 10
Miss Isa Flovrl 1.045
Mis ii,.s,ie Riffe n.ooo
Miss Margaret Allen 1.2.'M)
Miss Itose MeCormuck 5.810
Miss Kmtna Unltzcluw ...
Miss Nell Muck
Miss Lulu t'oker
Miss Mnrth.i Tuckri
Miss Lizzie Hrackett ....
Miss Iletlio White
Miss Until Coffev
Mi-s Klizubcth Fox 2L'.27.rt
Mi-s Almn Coffev 1.000
Miss Lucile Crow 0.020
Miss Mnrv Wussell 0.820
Mrs. L L Sanders
Miss Annie Middlctoii ...
Miss Ida Thompson
Miss Mnvmc Ilolman ...
Miss Daisv Hunt
Mis Hunt Collier ,
Miss Maltha Ilroughtoii
Miss Addie Scott
Miss Mnrv D. Deck ...
Mis Until Tanner ...
Miss Mnrlie Hutler ...
Miss Ituth Cocking ..
Miss Kffie Drve
DISTRICT NO. 2
Miss Lnvinm McOruw .
Miss Lucv Mniikln
. . . 1.575
Miss Willie It. Ingsden ...
Miss Mnrv Steele
Miss llsrthn West
Miss Ituth Kenue ,
Miss Daisy Shuttles
Mjss Sara liichaidson ....
Mis Irene Lvoiw ,
Miss Itutli Linele
Mjss Alma Cosbv
Miss liessio Din ham ,
Miss Lnln ('o.x
Miss Husie Roberts
Mjss Snrn Heed
Miss Sarlie Anderson
Miss Willie Wilkinsot
Mjss Snlhe Smith It-2 ....
Miss Allelic Kourue
Miss Lillie Ilenrv
Miss Stella Sanders
Miss Flsie Morris H-'l ....
Mi Catherine .Walters . .
Miss Mar Daltoii
Miss Anna M. Klkin
Miss Lcttie M. Mcltoberts
Miss Carrie Anderson ....
Miss Kliubeth Ford
Mis Jennie I-iwreiice ....
Miss Loretta Fiith
Miss Klunbeth Tluirne
Miss Mjittie Wilmott
Miss Jewell Francisco
Mrs. Kate Chadwell If. I). ..
Miss Annie Pollurd
Miss Jennie Swone
Miss Klizubcth Vermillion
Mrs Dick Hamilton
Miss Margaret. Gcutrv ....
Miss Louise Green
Miss Minnie Ilnv
Miss Aria Weslov
Miss Ollie PJiillins
Margaret Lee flrnbb
Fun Oierstrect ....
Lottie Westerfield ...
Mvrtlc Drown ......
Aliss Maiv Lear
Miss Mvitle Coimnev ....
OLDEST MAN IN STATE
'Uncle Wash" Brown of the West
End Dies at 106 Years.
Hustonville, May 30.
'Tilde Wash" Drown, undoubted
ly the oldest mini iu Kentucky, pass
ed nwii) iu Covington curly this
week, at the age of 100 years. Mad
he lived two weeks longer he would
hae been 107 years old. He has
made his home for some time with
his daughter in Covington.
Me took to his bed several months
ago, ami, without pain, fever, or up
patent derangement of his vital or
gans, sank slowly to the bed.
Mr. Itrown was probably the bost
kiiowu man iu tho section of the
country in which he lived. Ho had
always taken a keen interest iu all
matters relating to tho upbuilding of
the community, and had amassed a
Two children of his first marriage
Mrs. C. M. Murciim, of LouisviU.e
and Sidney M. Drown, of Lincoln,
survive him. Mis first wife was
Miss Klizubcth Shurpe, of Lexing
ton. As n result of his second mar
riage with Mrs. Martha Devcis three
children survive. Thev nre Mrs.
Mardln Ellis, Hustonville; Mr.
Frank True. Covington, nnd Albert
Drown, of Hustonville,.
The funeral services were nt the
Fnmilv residence in Hustonville. The
buiial was in the family cemetery.
IN COMPLETE CONTROL
Overwhelming Victory Wont In
Democratic Slate Meetinn
Some Convention Notes
As was predicted bv Gov. Me
Croarv and his friends, they com
pletely conliollod the Democratic
State convention which met in Lou
isville Wednesday. Kight out of
eleven congressional districts were
organized by friends of MeCrenry.
The governor was elected chairman
of the state convention over Senator
Ollie M. James by a vote of 002 to
501. Jnines did the unprecedented
act of nominating himself for chair
man, and ciutcd much astonish
ment. Mis friends evidently thought
that lie would be able to stampede
the convention to him by a rubble
rousing speech. Mo made the speech
but the delegates onlv Ia"hed at
him for allowing himself to be placed
in such n ridiculous situation, and
then voted MeCrenry chairman.
After electing MeCrenn. friends
of the administration wept nhcad
and oignnizcd (he convention. They
elected It. If. VnnSnnt, of. Ashland,
Imirmnn of the stntc committee to
succeed Henry It. Prowitt. The lat
ter, by the way, n James man, ruled
very faiily nnd impartially on the
voting for chairman. He had it jn
his twwer by recognizing certain
contesting delegations to make the
election of .MeCrenry doubtful, nnd
when the pie-convention fight was
wnim wji rine.sl . many threats were
heard that he would do this. While
such n coitr-e might have elected
James chairman, it would have for
ever disgraced him with the people
Even more so, when the true state
of affairs had become known, than
his alliance in this fight with the
whisky and other Louisville inter
ests had done. As it is, n great
many of the delegates seemed to
think that the senator has overplay
ed his gatiin very greatlv. Many
claimed to believe that with the sen
atorial seat tucked safely away for
the next six years he had nsiiirations
to become the dietntor to the demo
cratic party that Drndley is the le
publican party iu Kentucky. If such
was the case, the seiiator had a
very rude awakening.
The name of John M. Stevenson,
of Winchester, was never presented
for commit lee g chairmnu against
VnnSnnt, after it was ieen that the
administration forces were so com
pletely in control. Here is another
case of where a good man allowed a
bunch of designing politicians and
would-be leaders at Louisilt to
make a fool of him.
The last fight of the convention
was the election of John C. C. Mayo
of Johnson county 11 national com
mitteeman for Kentucky. Col. l"iey
Woodon, of Owensboro, who hns
held this post with distinction for
1(1 vears was decisively beaten when
he cnivicd his election to the stntc
convention. As the general thing
the national committeeimiu is elected
to the national convention. Seeing
tint the big minority of the dele
gates chosen in the district conven
tions weie against him. Mr. Woodson
hud the nerve to take his cne to
the court of last icsort. Me was
beaten worse than James, and for
the reason that ho was willing to
mako common cause with the dis
ci edited Louisville gang. Mayo, is
one of the group of capitalists of
eastern Kentuckp who put up the
monev to finance Gov. McCrcnrv's
campaign lot fall after the demo
cratic leaders had declined to ac
cent funds from the coiporutions
and others with selfish iatciots to
servo who are generally mighty glad
to contribute, and thus secure im
munity from sufficient taxation,
anil other special privileges. Muvo
asks nothing of tho puitv for his
generosity, and was not even an
ncihe candidate tor the committee
maiihhip. Those who knew what he
had ildiici and realized the unselfish
ness of his inteicsts iu its welfare
and siiccesi., felt that such an
honorary place as the National com
mittccmuiishipj was nil too little a
recognition t 'i' splendid sen ice.
Muvo is iu polhici. for the loe of it,
and love of his paity. Mis immense
wealth nf finds him the opportunity
to nssit in the piiity's cause, and
has enabled the leaders to miiko its
fights along dean line-, and without
(he usual subserviency to tho big
corporate interests, tho whisky in
terests and others which so often
cVminnte imrtv policies and its
actions. The more men like John
C. C. Muvo, Kufus VanSant, John
son N. Camden, Justus Goebel, and
their friends mid associates that the
democratic party of Kentucky can
enlist in the leadership, the better
for the paitv and the people of tho
Wi6h complete control of every
feature of the convention in their
hand4, the friends of McCrearv
were not inclined to "rub things in"
upon the vunnuishrd, and in the
m.ikcun of the de!egntion-nt-laiv
from the stato to the national con
vention, put on tho most prominent
of the loaders of the opposition, at
the same time, however, confining
recognition to thoo whoso fight
had been iu the open and along clean
Kight delegates were chosen. (.
MeCrenry, Gov. Dcckham. John C.
C. Mayo, Senator Ollie M. James,
Congressmen Den Johnson. A. O.
Stnnlev. Judge Allio W. Young. nnd
Justus Goebel. The alternated weie
Walter L. Markins . of Floyd county
Col. A. D. Martin, of Frankfort,
Judge II. W. Drndburn, of Dowling
Gren. Judge M. M. Hedwine. of
Elliott county, Senator N. W. Utlev,
of Lyon county, Herman Southnll,
of Christian county, and Senator J.
A. Donaldson, of Clurroll county.
Electors for the state at large are
Hon. Itobert Hording of Danville,
nnd II. V. McChosncy, of Frankfort,
with If. M. Meredith, and Charles
Montgomery, of Casey, as assist
ants, this last being a very decided
recognition for the prominent voting
democrat of Lincoln's neighbor
Honors nt the Eighth district con
vention, held on Wednesday morn
ing, before the convening of the
state bodv were vcrv caunllv scat
(eied ocr the counties of this dis
trict. A delightful desire for har
mony nnd good will prevniled, and
while eich county could not get all
she wanted, in everv instance, n fra
ternal spirit of give and take pre
vailed and the appointments seemed
to give general satisfaction. The
Eiflitli District convention selec
Chairman John W. Welch, of
Seryetorv T. II. Pickets, of
Delegates National Convention
Dr. W. It. Day, of Shelbv. Col. R. R.
Lvnns, of Doyle.
Alternates Dr. C. W. Kavanaugli
Anderson county, R. M. Hunter,
Member State Central Committee
Rodman W. Kecnon, Mercer coun
ty. Member State Executive Commit
tee J. Norton Fitch, Jessamine
Elector IL H. Tomlinson, Gar
Assistant Elector W. M. Thomp
son, Spencer county.
Vice President State flonvcnUon
Chnrley Montgomery. Casey coun-
Credentials Shelton ,M. Snufley,
Permanent Organization Joe R.
Resolutions Judge S. K. Baird,
Congressman Harvey Helm paid n
high tribute to the valiant demo
cracy of Adair nnd Casey counties,
in nominating Mr. Montgomery for
Vice Iresideiit of the convention,
and made ninny new friends among
the democrats of the Eighth district
during the convention. The Interior
Journnl is satisfied that there is
not the slightest doubt of the re
nomination of Mr. Helm. He has the
voters of the party with him, and he
is eiliiiu to win a gieul ietory.
Mr. Helm fought with the friends of
Gov. MeCrenry and the administra
tion throughout the whole contest,
both before the convention and dur
ing it, and men who nre devoted to
his cause played no smnll part in
magnificent icsiilt which was achiev
ed. Theie can positively ba no basis
for any factional fight against him.
Hit stood liko a solid rock w-'Mithe
democrats of the Eighth in the fight
for- supremacy of the best elcient
of the party ulid the stand ho took
might to commend itself to the
thinking members of tho party in tho
district, as it undoubtedly will. Helm
is a certain winner. Put that in
your pipe and smoke it.
Inteiest in the nresidcntiiil race
and instructions was 11 secondary
Limit of the convention. Editor Hen
ry Wnttei'Miy, ot the Courier-Journal,
said in his paper 11 week or so
ago that the first thing to 1I0 was
to reorganize the party in Kentucky
and put his friends in control, and
then instruct Kentucky's delegates
to Daltimore for Champ Clink. The
convention took him at his word,
part of the way, at least. It reor
ganised tho puity, putting tho con
trol oen stronger than before into
the bauds of Gov. MeCrenry, Gov.
Iteckham and their friends, and nf
ter that was intelligently and satis
factorily performed, it instructed
for fluimp Clark, Kentucky's native
son. Considering the character of
warfare Mr. Watterson hits been
waging for the past couple of mouths
against Gov. MeCrenry and his ad
ministration, there wnsit't the slight
est elinnve of him being sent as a
delegate nt large (o Dnlthnoie. Even
the Louisville district in selecting
its delegates tool; into considera
tion how completely out of place
and hnrmonv he would lo with the
situitlion ns it developed, nnd did
not name him. Louisville's two
votes will h cast bv three, dele
gates, Col. W. H. Haldman, of the
Louisville Times, Muvor W. 0. Head
and Col. John II. Whallcu. Mayor
Head, who hail a large part iu the
mnuat'ement of the fight for James
and Stevenson, seems to be just
about ns consistent in picking loers
as IJilly Kaltenbachcr, who writes
polities on'tlie Louisville Times.
John W. Flowers, chairman of the
Adnir county Democrntio committee.,
hntl been Blated fdr a district place
of honor, as the Eighth district dem
ocrats coined especially anxious
to prove the cordiality of their wel
come to their brothers of the two
counties which hud just been rescu
ed ftom darkness. Mr. Flowers is
an out and out MeCrenry man and
made no bones of saying so. At
torney Gcneial James Garnett, also
of the Adair delegation said, how
ever, that he was the man from
Adair, who had been selected by the
Adnir democrats for the place in
the district organization, nnd this
slight tangle cut out Adnir from re
cognition in the district organization
Goniett has' been pluving his hand in
n political way, along lines which
did not seem to indicate that he
was for McCreary and his friends,
ami 'the latter naturally felt Hint
they had no special call to throw
anything his way. It was 0 fight all
through the convention when it was
up to democrats to show their colors
and let it be known where they
stood. Those who are on tho fence
or were trving to "plav both ends
against the, middle" generally got
left, when it came to n show down.
Practically Solid For Helm, Says
I. J.'s Middleburq Reporter
Middleburg, May 30.
I have made it a point to acquaint
myself somewhat with the race for
Congress in this county, and
I am of the opinion that Harvey
Helm wilt poll 05 per cent, of the
democratic vote in the August pri
mary, la fact I have yet to find a
man that is not for him.
The Sullivan star chamber cau
cus in the city of Louisville, has
somewhat of a Watterson-Whullen
smell about it, and will lose the
Madison man n few votes here, and
pel haps elsewhere, ns it should.
Farmers have been making hay
while the sun shines, and as n conse
quence most of the corn crop has
A mare belonging to J. C. Coulter
became tangled in the harness, while
plowing one day last week, and fell
over a bluff nearby and broke her
neck. Mr. Coulter had just paid $100
Mrs. Robert McAninch left Tues
day for Louisville to visit her son,
II. II. McAninch, who is holding n
fine position with Robertson, Norton
Miss Ruby Lee Fogle and Minnie
Shannon, attended the Hoiichin op
ening at Elixir Springs Saturday.
Rev. C. T. Clnuncli went to Har-
Mrs. Fannie Carter, of Durnside,
visited her sister, Mrs. William
Wheat, last week.
Miss Ruby Leo Fogle has return
ed from her school nt Jcllieo.
Attorney, T. J. Hill nnd Jns. Car
ter, of Stanford, were hero Friday.
Mr. Hill was employed by Mrs. D. P.
Adams iu nn attachment suit, and
cai'ie down to attend magistrate's
court. Mr. Carter and the writer
weie chums, nway back when we
were much younger than now. Jim
was always 11 jolly good sort of
fellow and we were sorry to learn
thnt his health is somewhat broken
Limb of Tree Lifts Too off J. N
James N. Cash, the well known
fanner of the Turners ville section,
hud 11 vcrv narrow escape from seri
ous iiutirv in ail accident to Ins
automobile while drhiug into town
011 the Hustonville pike cnilv in the
week, lie attempted to make n
short turn in tho road to avoid u
large tree which stands nenr the
edge of the pike, close to tho goto
near the farm of Forcsttts Reid. As
he circled the tree, he failed to make
a wide enough detour, and an over
hanging branch of tho tree, became
liuui' in the ton of the car. pulling
it off the trucks. Mr. Cash and n
rcgio who was riding with him weio
thrown out. and the latter "uite
badly hurt. Mr. Cash wus shaken
nn but not vcrv batllv hurt. Tho
engine and trucks of tho auto, ru'ii
wild for rmitfl a distance, tearing
down several palings of fence for
Mr. George W. Cniter. before it fin
ally look a. header and came to a
ston. The, auto can be icnaiivj
without much trouble, it is believed.
Dr. J. T. R. Neal. Prop., River
side Drug Co., Greenville, S. C,
writes recently, "I have been, a prac
ticing physician nnd druggist "for
Qver 35 years and have sold nnd ad
ministered many kidney medicine?
but none to equal Foey
Kidney Pills. They are superior to
anv I ever used and give the qulckf
est permanent relief." Shugars nnd
HUSTONVILLE TO GET
ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT
Plant to Generate the "Juice" To ie
Installed at Roller MillsA
Hustonville. Mnv 30th.
At last our citv U to' bo illuminat
ed by electric lights'. The electricity
will be had from the Hustonville
Roller Mills nnd we can state for n
fact that the lights will be in by
middle of July. Mr. R. A. Lipps
will be nt the head of this comnntiv
and that is enough guarantee that
it will be a success. NntumUy ev
eryone wants to patronize homo in
dustry. so see Mr. Lipps nl TiByanii
make arrangements for lights to be
put in jour home.
Mrs. Elins Kidd, of Liberty, and
Mrs. Carlton Elkin, of Lancaster,
were in this city Wednesday.
Mr. Clinton Dastin has purchased
the automobile owned by Dr. Wil
liams. Misses Wesley, Ilelle, Cundtff and
Mr. Cundiff, of Liberty, motored to
this city Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheeler,
Misses Dello Rog, Corn ST. Goodc.
George, D. Weatherford, attended
the Knight Temnlar reception nt
Danville Tuedny evening.
Mr. nnd Mrs. i. M. Tnte nnd Rev.
and Mr. Surles nnd Miss June
Orrostcad, went to Dix river fishing
Mrs. Jack Davis, of Danville, vis
ited her sister, Mrs. James Yowell
Among thoso who atteoded the C.
W. D. M. convention at Somerset
last week were: Rev. Willis, Mes
dames Robert Derry, June Hooker,
Minnie B. Robinson and Misses Jes
sie Powell, Helen Hooker, Angio
Carpenter, 'Mrs. James Carpenter,
nnd Master John Mocker.
Mrs. Joseph McKeown and sons,
left Friday for their home in Louis
ville. Miss Amu Barker nnd Blanche
Barnette and Mr, Ore Barnette at
tended the musical at Stanford last
Mrs. David Newbern is visiting
Miss Georgia Newbern nt Knoxville.
Messrs. C. W. Adams, J. B. Rout,
E. S. Powell nnd J. B. Riffe, went
to Dix river Thursday fishim? and
caught one great big sun perch.
Mrs. Sandy Carnenter visited
friends nt Moreland Friday.
Miss Belden, of Liberty, visited
Mr. George Bradley last week.
.Miss Maggie Stagg of Stanford.
visited Mrs. William Riffe last week.
Miss Mnyme ancey left for her
home nt Maysliek, Monday.
Mrs. W. J. Campbell has returned
from a visit to relatives up in In
diana. Miss Anna Floyd visited relatives
at Somerset last week.
Miss Florence Sprugeus nnd Mr.
Henry Spragens .were here for a
short time Friday.
Mis. F. F. Sandidge and attrac
tive daughter, Mis Lena Sandidge,
weie hero Thursday snapping.
Miss Currio Cunningham and Mrs.
Jones Baughman attended church
here Sunday morning.
.Miss Helen Murphy, of Liverpool,
Ohio, is the attractive guest of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Wesley and
son, of Libert , visited Mr. and Mr.
Lucira Young of this city Sulutduv
News came Sunday of the deaM
of Mr. Wash Brown, at Covington.
Mr. Drown was one of tho oldest
men around here and lived hero un
til three years ago. 1IU remains
weie brought here Monday for buri
al. Mr. R. M. 'Hate was-called to
Somerset Monday by the-illness of
Harry Camnitz, who is playing
with Lexington base ball dub came
down Sntutdny to bo with tho homn
ffdks. He is winning nearly all his
Rev, and Mrs. Surles and beauti
ful little daughter and Miss Juno
Omistend left Monday for Louis-
bille, for a few days' visit to rela
Mrs. Mnrv Logan nnd Mr. Boyd
Weatherford who spent the w-int
in the south returned Sunday,
Among tlie young people who at
tended the opening nt Elixir Springs
were: Misses Hanson, Lulu and Sti
dio Ends. Eliza Route. Miss Ada Al
corn. Miss Jts.se and Jean McKech
nie, of Hubble. Rose and Margaret
MeCormuck. 1'linbetli Given, Mis
Jennie Pepples. of Stanford. Mis 4
Ada Wesley, Mles Belle, Smith nnd
Cundiff. of Liberty nnd Messr.
Julltu Mejvinney. Jess Hcrrin, Clin
ton Dastin. Joe Route, Hugh Sti"
didce. Curlisle Myers, Logan Hub
ble, of Stanford. Sylvester Newton, ,
Leslie Sloan, of Hubble. Jim IlarriV
of Hubble. Dallas Rue. Rod Weule". -Roger
Hicks, James Hall, and Mr,
and Mrs. Jim Powell and Mr. 0,
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