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The Interior Journal.
ESTABLISHED 1800. NO. 43.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1912
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
DO MORE THAN
Make Every Moment Count for We
Guarantee that this Is Positively
the Largest and Best Offer of the
Contest. This areat Inducement
will Come to a Close on June 18th.
So be up and Dolnq Every Mom
ent of the Intervenlnn Time
You Cannot Afford to be Inactive
when there Is so much at Stake.
The greatest offer of the con
test is now on nnd everyone who is
t nil interested in tins rueo is work
ing ns they have never worked he
roic. Tim coTTifSfc Is getting .crc
nml mote exciting every day cspc
cially now tbnt some of the dark
homes linve begun to forge to the
front nml loom up ns, very strong
Hnvo you made up Hint list of
friends, neighbors, relative nn.l o,c
iliinintmiceN wh.im you lmve ntrt yet
approached. If you have not, jou
should do co nt onco and lose no
time in getting into eommuniention
with tlietn. Hememltcr, also nil
tho?e persons whom you snw enrlier
In the contest who put you off until
n Inter date, eiynmunieutc with nil
of these; explain to them Hint you
pet triple votes for your effortH now
nnd under tlin circumstances they
won't refuse to help you. It is bar
gain time in litis lecoid breaking.
!ontet mid you simply rnnr.ot nt
foul to fnil t") nvnil yourself in the
fullest of this magnificent offer.
Oet out and hustle for your fav
orite let nothing prevent. This is
your opportunity gnsp it don't
let it poss. If you have a tcleihoue.
solicit whatever subscriptions you
ran in ihnt mnnuer nnd then go mid
get them ho that you may hnru the
Lencfit of the triple vote offer, If
you lmen't a 'phone, cover as intieh
ground as you ran eneh day. Make
every moment count from now until
June 18th for now the reward of
your efforts will he triple mid 11,000
extra votes on every dollar.
, Six Prizes Offered
An explained in the lust issue, we
we added six more prizes (three to
each district) to the big prize list.
Xlit-9-c prizes consist uf two beau
tiful wining deskx, (inn purchased
fiom .1. L. Beazlev nml one from VY.
A. Trihlile, two beautiful cieam
ierge coat Milts or silk dresses, pur
chased from Severance. & Son and
two of the famous II. B. Smith Foun
tain Bens. The contestants and
their friends nre invited to call at
the stoics whole these handsome
prize weio purchased nud in-ped
Uirlil fuither notice, contestants
may poll 20,001) votes in advance of
the lender of the preceding issue.
See the beautiful diamond Hues
and watches on display nt the store
of the well known jeweler. Mr. VY.
II. Mueller of this city. The 350
piano is on display nt tho 1. .1. of
fice. Call nnd see it.
Winners of Extra Prizes
In the extra prize offer which
closed last Monde- night Miss Iter
thu West and Miss Elsie Coleman
Von the Silver Set nud .Miss Ada
"Wesley nnd Miss Lucille row the
Fountain Bens in their respective
DISTRICT NO. I.
Mivs Emma Meier 02,275
Miss Lean Buhner 02.275
JMis-s Mary k Duddeiiir li-'.'J".!
.Miss Until Tanner 112,275
MNs Mnrguiet E. Ilollzdaw 02.275
Miss Elsie E. Coleman 02,275
JlUs Idnj II. Bettus 02.2Z5
Miss Roberta Holtzrbiw ... 01,805
Miss Kate Anderson 511,405
Miss Rose McCoimuck . . . 5I,315
Miss Mav North 55.115
Miss Annie Mnhlleton 53.915
Miss Delia May Lnwieuce . . .53,100'
.Miss Elizabeth Stngg 52.135
Miss Maw E. McKiuney 4S08.'i
Miss Elizabeth Biggins 43.000
Mrs. I,. L. Sanders -I7,.Ili
Js, Lucilo Crow 4:t.-,,J0
5Iiss Marv I). Beck 42,475
Jli-s Bet tie McClure . ... .'10,570
Mrs. Mnrv lloitou 33,005
Miss Anna Warren 32,150
Miss Elizabeth Fox :U.!I85
Miss Gertrude Wilkinson ...30l015
Miss Bessie McCormack ....28.580
Miss Nabelle Reynolds 27.130
MWs Roxic Jennings iI7.01"-
THE INTERIOR JOURNAL
$500 POPULARITY CONTEST
Good For 10 Votes
FOR , ,., ,.. ,.. District NO
Auoress . ,.. .... ....
This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed
to the Contest Department of the Interior Journal, will count
for the person whose name is written thereon.
These, ballots must be fastened together in packages, en
closed in envelopes, before hewjj
MUft Elizabeth Carter 35,070
Miss Ruth Cocking 25,715
Mi-s Clnra Collier 20,005
Mm Jennie Pcpples 21,330
Miss Anna Warren
District No. 1.
A charming young lady from this
erty who Is n great favorite in the
I. J., Orent Bopularity Contest.
Scores nnd scores of friends have
been watching Inn1 rnce with grent
interest nnd doing everything pos
sible to make her n winner.
Miss Mary Moore Itincv ... 23.0:10
Miss Elsie Sing'etoti 22,530
Miss Eva llorton 2'.055
Miss Etfie Drvo 21,270
Miss Dollie Wileher 21.115
Miss Mnrthn Hroughton ....20,200
Miss Josephine Morris lit. (loo
Miss Floicnce Dawes 1S.033
Miss Lucy (looeh 17.120
Miss Ilettie White 10.830
Miss Minelle Bruitt 10.720
Miss Nell Butt 10.435
Miss Bessie Riffc 10.320
Miss Mary Russell 15,'J)5
Miss Mamie Ilolmau 12,780
Miss Madie Butler 11,080
Miss Lulu Coker 1 1.020
Miss Emma llollzelnw 1,';M0.
Miss I.elia B. Jones 7.720
Miss Elsie E. Coleman.
District No. 1.
The delightful little ladv who won
the iitvcr set in the firr't district in
the cxtia prize offer which closed
lust Monday night. She i- tb
daughter of Mr. and Mis. CV It.
Colcnmu mid her many friends aic
working hard to place her among the
winners on June 20th.
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Jennie Rankin G2.275
Mis Ada Wesley 4S.0HO
Miss Susio Roberts 51,325
Miss Bertha West 51,205
Miss Lillie Henry 32,030
Miss Azile Elnm 20.11)5
Miss Sam Richardson 2S.120
MNs Daisy Shuttles 20,020
Mi-is Willie Wilkinson 17,350
Mis- Ahr.n Coshv 10.530
Mi-s Lottie Westertuhl 13.300
Miss Jewel Francisco 13,405
Miss l.axinia Mctlrnw 12.7011
Miss Lorettn Frith 12.035
Miss Margavet Lee (Irubbs ..10.005
Miss Mav Cozatt 11.330
Mi-s Elsie Morris R-2 10.030
Miss Annie Bollard 7,035
Mrs. Diek Hampton 10.5.0
Miss Sadie Anderson 7.305
Another shipment of the wonder
ful wickless oil cook stoves at W. 11.
lliggi'js', But vour order in enrlv
and be ready for the hot weather
mid the K. P. Fair 48-2.
Voted on or
PRISON COMMISSIONERS '
APPOINTED BY GOVERNOR
The Lonq Drawn Out Contest For
Coveted Plums is now a Mat
ter of History.
After weeks of suspense on the
pail of the numerous applicants for
the jobs ut the disposal of the Gov
ernor, the plum tree wns shaken on
Wednesday nnd Gov. McCrenry nn
uoimccd his selections. Gov. Mc
Crenry finally decided upon Henry
R. Lawrence, of Cadiz; M. F. Cou
lcy, of Louisn, mid I). E. O'Sullivan,
ot Louisville, ns the members of the
new Board of Prison Commissioner.
Tho new board will 'take charge of
the State pennl institutions nt once.
It wns generally conceded that
Henry R. Lnwrcnce would be n
member of the Prison Commission
and its probnbly chnirmnu, hut the
other two nnmed nre distinct sur
prises. I p until the Inst moment it
wns believed that Judge F. A. Bul
lock, of Lexington; Henry M. Cox.
of West Liberty: J. Norton Fitclu of
Jessnminc county; Urey Bnttcrson,
of Bowling Green, Senntor Hubble
of this county, were slnted for
places on the commission. While his
many Lincoln county friends nre
soiry that Senator Hubble did not
land, nil ngree that tho governor ex
ereisid R'dcndid judgment in his se
lections. New County Committee.
New county committeemen, com
pocd of precinct committeemen,
completing the re-organization of the
party committee in tho entire stnte,
will be chosen by the Democrats of
Lincoln county in November, nfler
the election for Biesident. The law
as to the manner of selecting pre
cinct mid county committeemen is
not dimmed by the new rules. The
voters of encli precinct will elect
precinct committeemen, ns hereto
fore. There wns much talk heard,
in the Louisville convention, before
the Organization committee made its
Jeport, to the effect tbnt a rule
would be adopted allowing the Stnte
cliaiTinan to name county chairmen
who in turn would name piecinct
committeemen. The committee made
no such report nnd the rumor was
merely n rumor, with no foundation.
The committee, it is said, did not
consider such a thing.
The Lincoln County Medical So
ciety will meet in Hustonville next
Tuesday nt 10:30 .clock, June 18th.
Brs. Singleton, Jones. Carpenter,
nud Childcm nre oil the program. A
full attendance is urged. M. M.
Sunday services at the Baptist
church. Preaching nt 10:45 B. M.,
subject "The Dencoiiship". There
will be no preaching service at night
Sunday school nt 0:30 A. M. B. Y.
P. U. 0:15 P. M.
Help to Keen Down Expenses
Mis. J. E. Henry. Akron, Mich.,
tells how she did so: "I was both
ered with mv kidneys nnd had to go
nearly double. I tried a sample of
Foley Kidney Bills nnd they did me
so much good tbnt I bought a bottle,
and feel that they saved me a big
doctor's bill. Shutrars unit Tanner.
Mrs. Lelu Love, wife of Wiley
ove, n farmer living near Covenn,
(In., says: "1 have taken Foley
Kidney Pills nnd iuid tliem to be
nil you claim for them. They gnve
me almost instant lelief when my
kidi:ejs were sluguish and inactive
I can cheerfully recommend them to
till suffeiers fiom kidney troubles."
Shugars and Tanner.
Stanford is watching with a irreat
deal of interest, the work of Wes
ley Enibr" who was recently called
to Frankfort to pitch in the Blue
L Grass League. The young man has
pitched tour games to dine and won
t hein nil His last victory wns Wed
nesday when the Nichohisville tenm
went to defent before him by the
score f 10 t 3 Embry struck out
six men and allowed only five hits.
When Buvlna. Buy Only The Best
Casts no More but alves
the Best Results
II. L. Blomouist, Esdaile, Wis.,
i says his wife considers Foley's Hon-
ey and Tnr Compound the best cough
cure on the market. "She has tried
various kinds but Foley's gives the
bst icsults of nil." Sluigars mid
For Sale or Rent. McKinnev
Coal & Feed proneity. If not sold
by the first of July will rent. This
is the business part of the property
consisting of one lot, 150 feet at
railroad track, one coal bin 02 feet
long, one warehouse 30x00 feet an
other warehouse .office and scale
building combined 21x52 feet, and n
first class wagon seule in connection
Best piece of business nropertyin
the town of fttcKluney, first class
territory for business, trade now es
tablished on Coal feed lime cement
jsnlt, brick. For any further infor
mation in regard to this prooertv.
call to see or write E. 0. GOOCH.
HEAVY DAMAGES AGAINST
Jury Awards Casey County man
Verdict For Inluries Other
In the Circuit Court Wednesday,
tho C. N. O. & T. P. Railrond was
hit u heavy jolt when n jury in the
enso of Grovcr Reed ot Elliston,
Casey county, gave u verdict imainsl
the coir.oanv for the sum of $0,000
While ciossing the company's tracks!
rear Milledgcville, tins county inst
October, Reed was knocked from his
buggy his skull fractured and his
left knee nnd right ankle were bad
ly mashed. He brought suit through
his attorneys, Messrs. Hnrding and
Rowlings of Danville for .25,000.
The case was stubbornly lought nnu
ended with the verdict slnted above.
1). C. and Clarence Sipplo were
fined $15 for contempt of court. J.
II. Boone on Thursdny recovered
,210 in n suit ngainxt Mrs. Murgnret
Lynn over n timber contiact. Julin
Record Huffman was granted n di
vorce from her husband, W. I),
Hiiffmnn upon the grounds of de
sertion. A number of other cases
of minor importance were also dis
posed of, which was about 'the ex
tent of Circuit Court business wnen
the I. J. closed its report.
Martha Adams Penninoton
Martha Adams Pennington, infant
dniiahter of Dr. nnd Mrs. T. W.
Pennington, died nt an enrly hour
yesterday morning m Louisville,
where the little one had been taken
a week ago to be under the care of a
specialist. Fiom birth the child
had been sick nnd every effort had
been made by the fond parents to
bring relief, but to no nvnil. The
little body was brought home last
night nnd the interment took place
today in Buffalo cemetery. The un
feigned sympathy of n host of
ft lends goes out to Dr. Pennington
nnd his wife in their sad hours.
John R. Staton, Joyce, Ky. had an
exceptionally severe attack of
whooping cough. Ho says: "If it
had not been for Foley's Honey nnd
Tar Compound I would have been
compelled to quit work. Instead, I
never missed a day, nnd Foley's
Honey nnd Tar Compound gave me
instant relief and is the only cough
medicine we ever use." Contains no
opiates. Shugars and Timer.
Boy Scouts' Camp
Mr. Stanley Harris Secretary of
of Boy's Work for Kentucky was
here Saturday in the interest of
Camp Daniel Itoone for boys locat
ed near Brooklyn Bridge on the
Kentucky river. In the evening at
the Presbyterian church he gave an
interesting lecture on Boy.- nnd Boy's
Work, acompniiied by Steropticon
views of camp life. The Camp was
established bv Y. M. C. A. woikers
Land is operated nud controlled by
specialists on Bov s Wotk.
An outing nt Camp Daniel Boone
is of especial benefit to Boy Scouts
There are three periods of 10 days
each. Q lie first begins June loth
Application for admittance should
be made at once to Mr. Harris, il
moie, Ky., care of Camp D.inidl
Boone or bos in the community
make application through the local
Scout Muster, II. I. Carpenter.
Former Lincoln Boy
King Swope, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Swope, of Danville, but for
meily of this county, won the ora
ointoiical contest nt Danville Mon
day night. "The Reign of Justice"
wis his Mibect. He spoke with the
grace and ease of a natural born or
ntor and his lemaiks were of a dis
tinctly modern character. At the
completion of his declamation the
judges retired and Judge .. T. Mm
tow, of Soiiieisct, a member of the
famous class '55 made n few ap
Popular excursion Sunday June
tit liitiviin Louisville. Lexington.
Danville. Georgetown, Lnwiencebuig
llanodsbargShelbwille and Ver
sailles nud intermediate stations
in each diiectioii.
.1.50 between Lexington, Danvillo
Georgetown ninl Louisville for the
round tip; tickets limited to return
on date of sale. Proportionately
low Kites, between intermediate sta
tions. Consult nny Southern Rnilwny
ngent of write II. C. King. CTA,
Lexington, Ky., B. II. Todd. DBA.
Louisville, Ky., J. ('. Benin, AGBA,
St. Louis, Mo.
This is to certify that Foley's
Honey mid Tar Compound does not
contnin any opintes, any habit form
ing drugs, or nny ingredients that
could possibly hnnn its users. On
tho contrary, its great healing ftnd
soothing qualities make it n mil
temedy for coughs, colds and irri
tations of the throat, chest and
lungs. The genuine is in a yellow
(uickngc. Look for Foley's Ifotiey
and Tar Compound and accept no
substitute. Shugars and Tanner.
SPLENDID WORK BY
COUNTY S. S. CONVENTION
Sunday School Workers of Different
Denominations In Annual
(By Miss Pauline Hockcr )
The Annual Bible School Conven
tion of nil the Lincoln county
schools met in the Christiiiu church
of Stanford, Thursday evening and
all 'day Friday, Juno 0, and 1. In
point of attendance, interest and
libernlity of the offering it far ex
ceeded nny previous convention. The
Rev. Win. Hopper led the devotion
als. Tho County President, Mr. P.
M. McRobcrts, ireided nt the open
ing services, m Thursday evening,
giving splendid nddres.s of welcome,
showing that the organized hundny
school forces arc the greatest pow
er towards the prevention of crime
iu the world nnd this being true
that the man who is rcnlly a good
citizen will enlist ut once iu the
Bible School and do all iu his power
to further it's work. Following n
solo of great sweetness by Miss
Elizabeth Higgius, Mr. Geo. A. Jop
lin the State Secretary delivered the
address of the evening on "Is The
Boy Worth Snving." The subject, he
said was suggested to him when,
st-veinl Jen is ago he saw a baby
boy snatched from the track of on
on-coming train just in time to save
his life. Since then he has nsked
over n thousand people if the boy
is worth saving. Always, be says
the answer has come unhesitatingly
that he is. That his value is ines
timable. Yet judging from the tre
mendous a mount spent for drink,
tobacco and the small sums ex
pended for education, missions nnd
the Bible school it would seem tbnt
people do not realize the tremendous
dnmnge they are doing to their sous
nnd the sons of their neighbors, by
this disproportionate spending. The
Bible school snves the boy, there
fore help it.
The nil day session Friday was
for the purpose of presenting to the
.-chools the good points of the front
rank standard, nnd urging its adop
tion as speedily as possible by all
schools. After the preliminary
business .-ession, roll enll, reports,
etc., nud the leading the devotionals
by Rev. J. J. Dickey. Mr. Joplin ex
plained the standard and spoke on
the cr.ulle roll. If every school has
a While loll, he said, containing the
nanus of every child under three
years of age and if the school could
keep these children, in twenty five
j ears we would soon have the church
problem solved, for the parents
would be in the church and the next
generation would know nothing
about the teirible leakage with
which we now have to st niggle. Rev.
P. L. Bruce said in regard to the
organized adult Bible class that by
viiture of the fact of its organi
zation it stands for effective woik,
as it is an adult class it stands foi
maturity of mm nnd plnns and the
word "Bible" shows what it studies
nnd stnnds for in scholarship. Mrs
Eliza Blain being absent, her paper
on "How I Organized My Class,"
was read by the sccretarj. She
told how organization hud iucieased
her class roll from twelve to fifty
nud her attendance fiom nbout eight
to Miirty and said she would not
think of going back to the old way.
Mr. J. S. Hockcr spoke on "Pie
paring For nnd reaching an Adult
Class," saying that the writer of the
lesson, his pu -po-e of writing, the
persons, time, plnce nnd spiritual
tiuths of the lessons must be care
fullj prcpuicd nnd brouht out both
bv the lecture nnd question method.
He advised a training course, com
mentaries, atlas add Bible diction
ary us the best aids for the teach
er. Like telephoning, he said teach
ing required two persons one to im
Diiit information and another to re
Mrs. J. J. Dickey next gave uu ex
cellent talk on Teacher Training,
iccommeudiug training the teacher
by the Sunday school tunes and
showing several chaits and maps.
She urged every delegate to start n
class in his or her school, to be
taught either by liiin-elf. the super
intendent or pastor and to be be
gun even if only one besides the
teacher will enroll.
She was followed by Rev. C. It.
Blain, who told why and how mis
sionary instruction should be given
u Bible school. A wide nwake mis
sionary iutcicst can , lie kept up if
children from their curliest curs
are taught missions. This can be
easily done by the superintendent
giving missionary talks, singing mis
sionary hymns, having some pupil
tell tho life of a missionary or about
the woik iu some field, or supple
menting inissionury lessons, for the
With liis talk, and the benediction
by Rev. 11. Carpenter the convention
adjourned until 1:30. The first sub
ject after re-assembling' was the
"Graded Les.ons", discussed by Mr.
Joplin. Ho showed how the lessons
weio udoptcd to the needs of the
child and as the child grew the les
sons changed so as still to appeal
to him and to keep him nt work.
thercbv doing more for the growtli
in size and interest of the schools
thnti any other one thing. Ho wns
followed bv Rev. D. M. Walker, who
urged the custom of "Decision Day,"
for the schools. Every day he said
should be an opportunity for a child
to ilecnlo for Christ but if one day
is set apart and the child has it
constantly in mind for weeks before
tunny more will make n decision.
Next Dr. J, G. Carpenter, the
tnesident of the Medical Society,
guvc nn itcrcsting talk on the prc-
flit ion of diseases by belter ven
tilation in homes, schools, churches,
individual drinking mid communion
cups, proper covering for the bend
and clothing for the body and a
strict observance of quarantine laws
It is n comfort to know that he in
tends to see to the enforcement of
these laws and to punish offenders
by arret, fines, nnd imprisonment.
Mrs. Ivn Tucker spoke feelingly on
"Winning the Boy" impressing the
impoilmico of it on teachers and
shaking of the power one playmate
could exert for the betterment of
One of the excellent speeches of
the convention was made by the Rev.
W. S. Willis, of Hustonviilo on the
subject of "Living". Tips difficult
theme r.c handled in a masterly way,
showing how each denomination had
profiltd by the work of the inter
national Association and telling tf
the influence it had had on his life.
He closed by asking that each school
pay its apportionment, three cents
lor each pupil and 15 cents for each
officer and teacher, cheerfully re
membering the needs of destitude
After such n talk and n few
words by Mr. Joplin, needless to
say, nn offering wns taken greatly
exceeding any ever given here in
times past. While the offering' wns
being made, Misses Annie Rogers
Powell nnd Frances Embrv sang
"Tnkc My Life and Let it Be" so
splendidly that it was one of the
most impressive features of the
"Temperance Instruction" was
ticnted by Rev. J. J. Dickey ns an
essential to n successful Bible
school. He Tccommended a printed
pledge to hang on tlje wall of every
church nnd to be signed by the pu
pils. "Remembering his written
nmno hanging on the church wall
has kept many n boy from drink."
he snid. Every teacher must be u
total abstainer to make his influence
nnd example what it should be.
TJiis finished tho talks on the
standard and the remaining time
wns occupied by talks by Mrs. Hen
ry Phillips nnd Miss Liccio Bcii?le
on "Rowland and its Work" and the
W. C. T. School nt Hindmau res
pectively. Both talks were good and
pointed out impoitnnt fields of work
for Stindav schools. Then after a
short "quir' conducted by Sir. Jop
lin the nftcrnoon session of the con
vent ion closed.
The evening sen ice of song nnd
tho devotionals conducted by Rev.
P. L. Bruce were followed by tho re
port of the committees mid a talk
by Mr. Joplin on our standards- or a
general summing up of the topics
discussed during the day.
It was a splendid convention iu
every puiticular. The music, under
the efficient direction of Mrs. J. G.
Carpenter nnd the leadership of Rev
D. M. Walker was beautiful and had
tequired much woik. To Mrs. Wal
ker who plaed the organ is, due the
thanks of the convention ' for her
promptness and faithfulness, ns
well as to Mr. Walker who presided
all day Friday and saw to it that no
part of the service wa3 permitted to
drug. Dinner was served to fifty
tb,ree out-of-town delegates at Gov
The officers for next year are:
President. Mr. P. M. McRobcits;
Yico President. Mr. J. C. McClnry:
Set retury and Tieasurer, Miss Pau
line Hockcr; Assistant, Mrs. G- C,
Riffe; Superintendent Elementary
Department, Miss Margaret Hocker,
Superintendent Secondary Depart
ment, Mrs. Ivn Tucker, Adult, Mrs.
Gene Carpenter, Teacher Training,
Mrs. J. J. Dickey: Organization, Mr.
H. P. Snrles, Visitation, Rev. C. R.
Bin in. .
The report of the Secietary mid
Tieasurer, was .as follows collected:
Baptist Point Pleasant , $ 42
I'nioii Baptist Wayuesburg .. 1.12
Union Mt. Xeniu . . . . 4.00
Cliristian Crab Orchard 2.05
illaptlst Crab Oichard 1.57
M. E. S. Stauford .,... 3.57
Christian Stanford 7.05
Baptist Stanford 1.50
Presbyterian Stanford ...... 3.75
l'-nior. Rowland 50
M. E. S. McKcudree , . , 1.50
Christum Hustonviilo 3.00
Baptist Faivview 1.00
June 7th Collections 23.01
Total expenses June 8th gave
to state Sec'y $50.00
No of schools sending statis-
l ics ,..... .... -l
No of schools contributing ... 10
No of schools paying apportion-
No of Mfficcre in tchooU re-
No ot puulls in schools report-
PROF. T. W. SHANNON
TO LECTURE HERE
Opportunity to Hear Former Lincoln
County Boy Now a Noted
Prof. T. W. Shannon, a native of.
Lincoln county having been born
near Morcland, but who is now a
prominent citizen of St. Louis, Mo.,
will lecture nt the Stanford Alethii
dist church nt 3o'clock next Sunday
afternoon on the following subject
"Tho Jinking of tho Man". This
lecture will be for raw only nnd
boys over 14 .veal's of age. At 8 P.
M Prof Shannon, will deliver nn
other lecture entitled "Heridity" to
which nil nre invited. On Monday
nftcrnoon nt 3 o'clock, ho will lec
ture on "Teaching the Truth". Ail
married people, young Indies over 14
i ears of age and school teachers
especially are invited to hear this
lecture. At 8 P. M. Monday, Prof.
Shannon will deliver his final lce
tute, the subject of which will be
"Present Day Problems". There will
be no charges at any of these meet
ings but a free-will offering will be
taken on Sunday afternoon rit the
meeting for men. All of these lec
tures will bo delivered nt the Metho
The following extract is taken
from the Washington Daily Herald
which shows the impression made
upon the people bv Prof. Shannon:
Few lectures linve ever been deliv
ered from local platforms of greater
force and moral ocrsuasion than
those given by Prof. T. W. Shannon.
A. M., of Frederiektown, Mo., wdrld
renowned lecturer on Purity nnd Sex
problems, in this city Sunday and
Sunday morning Prof. Shannon
preached nt the First Baptist
church nnd Sunday night at Grace
M. E. church.
Bis Sunday night lecture on the
important subject of ..Heredity"
ought to have been heard by every
man and woman of the town.
The speaker produced incontro
veitiblu arguments for the impor
tance of heredity, emphasized by
statistics. In the notorious Juke
family of criminals there have been
11,000 descendants nnd not one but'
showed criminal tendencies or idiocy
In frrvr. Johnathan Edwards family of
1.300 descendants there have been
college presidents and professors,
200 ministers and a long line of
prominent -men, Aaron Burr, the
only bad example among then.
Prof. Shannon showed how God
visited the iniquities of the fathers
upon the children through the law3
of nature and placed the personal
responsibility upon the individual.
The whole nnturc of man. physi
cal, mentnl, moral, spiritual, is nil
subject to heredity. It has been
sctcniuienny proven Hint anger,
jealousy and kindred traits produce
toxins through the blood and are
transmitted. Great enre is taken in
nnimnl nnd vegetable life to develop
higher species, but little is given to
the greatest need, of nil, thedevelop
ment of the human race.
Charles Sable, 30 Cook St.'Roch
cster, N. Y., says he recommends
Foley Kidney Pills nt every oppor
tunity because thev gave him prompt
relief from n bad caso of kidney
troublo that bad long bothered him,
Such n recommendation, coming
from Mr. Suble, is direct and con
vincing evidence- of the great cura
tive qunliiles of Foley Kidney Pills.
Shugars and Tanner.
ing . . 1,501
No of average attendance iu
schools reporting t 1,050
No" of schools wifli Home
No of sclrools in Home
Department ......'.' 49
No of school with 'ciii'dlu roll 4
No of schools in cnulU.roll 4
No of schools wijir'feiijlliers'
meeting . .". .7 2
No of schools with teacher
training class 4
No of schools iu Teachers'
training class 54
No added to church fiom S. S.. 107
No of pastors repotted 17
Those schools which have not nl
lcady sent reports and collection
nre asked to see to it us soon ns ,
possible mid mail same to Miss Pau
line Hockcr Secretary and Treasur
er. MONEY BACK DANDRUFF CURE.
G. L. Penny Guarantees Parisian
Sage for Dandruff and Falling
Thing of it dear reader, if PAR
ISIAN SAGE isn't the most invigor
ating and pleasant hair diessing you
ever usedmoney hack.
If it doesn't banih dandruff, stop
h.iir from falling nn.l do awuy witk
scalp itch- money back. 50 cents
at Penny's Drug Store and druggists
I'AIMKIAK SAGE us a hair grow-
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W. Vn. "I'AIUSIAN baub
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