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The Interior Journal.
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1 THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. J
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FOUNDED 1800. C3d YEAR. NO.
CASEY COUNTY LEADERS
ALL STRONG FOR HELM
Prominent Democrats Over That
County Enthusiastic For Their
No ono i an go 'rt Liberty, the
enpitnl of the Stnt of Casey, nnd
not lie jmprcxed with the progress
tlmt the little city munifests, nl
though it is about n score of mile-
from u rnilrond stntion. The tact
tlmt ther ure almost n ilnr.cn onto
mobiles owned there goes to show:
without further argument tlmt the
people are hustling, progressive nnd
rre going to have the best that is
Although there is no town corpor
ation nt Liberty nnd therefore no
town tnx, the city is kept in n condi
tion of cleanliness fur the most prut,
nnd it is mi id to be n pleasant phico
Ono grcnt advantage which (lie
L'itlren.s there enjoy, which is not
vouchsafed to tiic people of the
more pretentious villngo of Stanford
is u twenty-four hour electric cur
rent. Through the enterprise of
.Messrs. Cuudiff mid Merrill, of the
Liberty Milling Co., patrons nre
Mi))liC(! with 'the "juice" morning
noon unci night. Every home is oloc
tnd lighted in the evening, and in
the day time, electric fans keep the
people cool, clectne irons and wash.
in,j machines, heater, toasters, etc.,
make easy the work of the house
wives. The current is olitaineii by
the operation of a (.mail dynamo at
Ihe null, which supplies the day cur
rent, midgut the Mime time charges
a Jnrge storage battery for the llhl
ill): or ttic houses nt night.
In this connection, it may be of
interest to note that the Stanford
Water Light & Ice Company is now
investigating the cost of operating u
i.' t-lumr i-uricnt here, and General
Manager Penny hopes to soon have
it in effect. In addition to the
mnll ues to which the current is
pill in Liberty, there is an iuuneiiso
jimoiint of power set vice to which
dectne current would bo put if it
could be obtained in Stanford.
Casey county has been strongly
cpiillkvii for the past score of
ye-irs hut on one occasion, the dem
ocrat caught their opponents iin
n wares and slipped in u few ol fi
nals. On That occasion M. I.
Sharpo was elected County Judge.
m tho democratic ticket. Judge
ihiirje is one of the most popular
men m the county and it's no wonder
tlmt ho won anything he started nf
ter. He is mi enthusiastic Helm
iii.in in 'the present rnce for Con
gress ,nnd with I.ige Mooie, Charley
-Montgomery, Wat Itiown and other
leaders in town, nre seeing to it
that the congressman's fences ure
beins Lvlt in fine shajto for tho pri
mary. Out nt Powers Store resides n
democratic wheelhorse, who has
been fighting the party's battles for
lo, these many years. He fir.-t voted
for MeCreary for governor in '75.
and has been hitlini: her straight
oer since.. He is Frank WolforU
Powers, and he was present there
las( .Monday and had a front seat
when the Holm-Sullivun joint debate
was held. Mr. Powers is an out ami
-out Helm man ami will ho found ou
tho frring line for the Lincoln coun
ty candidato when primary day
Jacob Johnson, precinct commit
teeman of the democratic party nt
Klhsbuig, is nnother democratic
Icailer, who is an enthusiastic sup
portei, and put in some strong licks
for the couurc.ssmnu on court day.
Ho says that it is mighty hard to
find a man in his pint of the county
who ill vote against Helm.
As tho I. J. has often stated, as a
jjeneral thing n great many republi
cans always vote for Harvey Helm,
for they appreciate the good work
1ic is doing. It looks like the state
of affairs is uoiug to continue in
Casey. James Lane, n well known
republican leader of tho Ellislmrg
section of Cusey, says that ho is
going to enst his first democratic
vote this fall, and takes great pride
it tho fnt't that it is going to bo foi'
Harvey Helm. Mr. Lane is out
working for Helm, nnd wiyn ho
"knows a number of other members
sif tho same party who nro going to
lie found voting ns ho does on this
Down in tho Phil country, tho
ser.timont w practically nil for Har
vey Helm, nonet-ding to reports mndo
1y W. M. Mnrples, n leading dem
ocrat of that section, who talked
with the I. J.. representative Mon
day. James R. Lane, Jr., precinct
committeeman at South Fork, says
that it is nil Helm over in his coun
try, nnd Wallace Ellis, Coleman
Snow, Joo Wilcher, nnd Hardin Ellis,
nre putting in snino hard licks for
Helm in the .Kllisburg community.
At CIcmcntHvillc, which is in the
strongest democratic precinct in
Casey county, Dnvo Clements nnd
Alfred Wcthcringtnn ate stronir
Helm men and working for him. 0.
V. Porter is doing some yeoman
work lor Helm at Little South. As
the I. J. reported in Tuesday V U -
Btie, Casey county is ulin'ust solid'
for f ongresHinnn Helm, and there's
no telling just how largo his tnajori
ty is going to bo on August .'lid.
The hack nnd mail route, between
Morcland and Liberty, which for 20
J cars has been operated by (1. W.
Knit', chanced hands Momhtv. ami
will in the future bo run by T. J.
Cell, u brother of S. J. Hell, of this
countjv "I'd bis partner, Lawrence
Brown. They trot the contract nt
$7fi0 u enr although Mr. King only
received $.VJ0 for it. The nutomo
bile business has cut down the pas
senger traffic considerably however.
Andrew Dillion, who is well known
nnd veiy popular in Lincoln, meets
all the trains at Morcland with his
iTiick little Ford touring car, and
carries a bunch over every day.
Judge Carter, who is presiding in
circuit otirt nt Liberty this week,
look "a crack" nt the iiutouobilist"
in his charge to the grand jurv Mon
day, instructing them to see that the
speed regulations are strictly ob
served. As the Casey roads are not
the best in the world, it is pictty
hind to see how anyone could exceed
the speed limit on them.
W. E. Clover, nnd Lew Units, of
Stanford, are in Liberty this week,
running the hitters moving picture
show, and drawing big crowds. The
lVmner has sold a number of I'oid
mrs in Liberty and is very popular
Ouo of the stonsest and lendiuc
democrat of Casey county and nt
the same time of the strongest sup
porters of Congressman Helm, is
Sipiire Thomas S. Benson, of Mid
illchun;. Sipure Hcnson is regard
ed by all who know lain ns one of
tho nblest und most conscientious
otfiuals in this pnTt of Kentucky
nml he is said to be one of the verv
best magistrates any county ever
had. The I. J. is very proud f tho
fai't that Squire P.ensou has been its
oi respondent nt Middlebnrg, a he
says, for about lit) jears. His let
ters nre always iiitcrcMim; and
eagerly read by everyone. Here's hop
iiie he may vvriU for the I. J. 30
cars longer, nnd then some.
Entertained Her Friends
Miss Jennie Lawiencc, the pretty
and popular daughter of Mrs. N. J.
Lawrence, entertained about fifty of
her friends at her pretty country
home, Saturday niuht, in honor of
Mr. Will Dudderar being the twenty
second birthday of the bright young
gentlemnu. The lawn was brighten
ed by Japanese lanterns, which made
it more elegant. Everyone enjoyed
the evening and the hours passed off
too soon for all.
Those present were: Mioses Wil
lie Hello Hnltzcluw, Dora Hester,
Mamie Wilmott, Lillie Wilmotl, Katie
Holtrdaw, Katie Oooch, Mary E.
Anderson, Yercio Hester, Lucilo
Dudderar, Lena Traylor, Lottie Mae
Phillip-,, Mao Dudderar, Lucy Wil
mott, Maggie Itaukin Mary Holtz
claw, Mary Dallou, Praukie I). Tray
lor, Willie, (lorilou Tiaylor, Maggie
Wilmott, Kate Andeisoii, Alice
Cooch, Cnrrio Anderson, nnd Ellen
Mae lloltrclaw. Messrs. Will Dud
derar, ISuich Hester. Silas Anderson,
(leorgo Sndduth, Elmer Anderson,
Itichuid Popples, Raymond Traylor,
Edd Hultzclnw, John Raiikiu, Jumes
Dudderar, Ileniy (looch, John flooch
Albert Scott. Edd Scott, Thomas
Reynolds, Jujiti Spoonnmore, James
Wilmott, Yiigil Reynolds, Clarueco
Boone, Claieiice Diiddctnr, Shirley
lloltrclaw, Mr. Lanier, Albeit Phil
lips and Will Oooch".
A Feature of the Institute.
A very plcn-im; featuie oT the
teachers' institute work this week,
was tin address delivered Thursday
afternoon by Prof W. M. Martin,
htato organizer of tho Fanners'
Cnious, who spoke upon ''The Won
ders of the lluiniin Roily." Prof.
Mm tin is n brilliant ami versatile
man, and u lingo audience gathered
ut the court house to hear hitn.
Tho teachers adjourned on Fiulay
afternoon, ufter a week of interest
ing nnd instructive work. Supt. J.
W. Irelund, of the Slnnford schools,
who has been conducting the insti
tute at Richmond this 'week, came
homo on tire Fourth to mingle with
the Lincoln teachers in session here.
STANFORD. LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY,
In Junction City Section Are Strong
For Harvey Helm.
Junction City, July 4.
We have talked to several rather
well posted politicians in this city
and every one of them is ho ooii-
-iident of Hon. llnrvoy Helm getting
the majority of the votes to be cast
nt this precinct in August tlmt they
'utc willing to bet money on it. One
of them went so far as to say that
Sullivnn wasn't in it. Mr. Helm has
n record which ought to noiniunte
him nnd later elect him. Ho rs a
good mu n.
Miss Elizabeth Francis nnd Mr.
Joo E. Wright have leturned from a
visit to Mammoth (,'ave.
Mr. Jesse Heard, of Newpoit, is
visiting Mr. und Mrs. Chailes Itiirkc.
Mrs. Emma Hiirginbotluim and)
.Mrs. F. T. Iiiiike have returned
from ii trip to Himlsboro, III,, where
they visited relatives.
Mrs. Edgar Needhnm has been ill
the pnt week, but is somewhat eon
vnlescent nt this writing.
Mr. IL II. West has had erected
this week a shed room which adjoins
Ins erncery store.
Misses Berthn West and Susie
Roberts vvero in Stanford Tuesday
on business connected with tho con
test iniiugurated bv tho Interior
Miss Edith Weissinger, of Louis
ville, is the guest of Mrs. Jesse
Misses Alum ami Annie Cosby nnd
Mr. Charles Cosby attended Chnu
tnu(iiu ut Lebanon on Wednesday.
Miss Itcssie Durham is in Louis
ville, vi-iling her aunt, Mrs. .Mont
Miss Louise Tilckcr is visiting in
Oreeiisboio, being the guest of her
iclntives, Mr. and M. E. T. Tuck
er. While working in u barytes mine
on tho farm of Mr. Jack Haydcii,
Jack Illarkcrhy, of this place, had
the bone in his arm shnttered by
being hit with a hummer while hold
ill'.' u drill in position.
Mis. und Miss Swearington, of
llarbourville, nnd Mr. E. P. Wesley,
of Middleshoro, nre uuests of Mr.
nnd Mrs. E. H. Sweeney.
Mrs. E. Vnndiver and son, Mr.
Avery Stephens left for Lexington
on Wednesday where they will visit
Mr. Robert Mohlev nnd family
lmvc moved to Casey county, where
the first numed has work.
Miss Pearl Carpenter and Mrs.
John F. Ronton went to Danville
Wednesday afternoon on biisieiiss.
Mr. Foi rest Kelley, of Chatta
noogn, is visit im; Ins parents Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Kelley.
While Hahy lllackerty, white, nnd
Willie Joiie, colored, were scrapping
Thursday morning, the latter hit the
fonnei in the back of the head with
rock, irroduciug n painful though
not ticccssniily vertous' wound.
Children's Day will ho presented
at Miieoabeo Hall on Friday evening.
Since there nre nbout seventy-five
boys nnd girls Inking part in this
woik nnd the program is unusually
elaborate, they should furnish tin in
tiiesting entertainment. Rev. Cluis.
I owell, of Danville, will on the same
evening make an address on .Mis.
Great Fair At Brodhead This Year.
The Fair Oi winds nt Hrodhend
are lieius irrently improved in view
of the coming event, so trout seems
to be the iiiterest this year in this
fair and in view or the attractions
which nre something far beyond the
iivcrngc. the innnn;cmcnt is prepar
iiik to care for much larger crowds
than ever before.
The seatinir capneitv of tho beau
tiful grove is one attraction in it
self, is being greatly enlarged. Two
enhances to the .rounds will be n
fen tnro of iidvnntnge this season,
and ii'iiny other improvements. There
is no doubt but vvhnt this will be u
dent fair for Rockcastle county.
Lincoln county's trip to Mam
moth Cavo will bo July 17th. Tho
louiid trip railroad faro from all
stations, $4.3o. All expenses nt
Cavo hotel .jS.SO for two daya trip.
Tho latter umouut includes your
hoard nt Cave Hotel and the sover
nl routes through tho C'nro, making
tho total expense for tlio two days
outing $9.85. Limit ou tickets 10
days going on regular moruitig Irani
4:10 A. M. Write or pUone.L. & N.
Mrs. J, W. Acey went to Lancas
ter Tuesday to soo her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Hughes.
Nominee for Vice President
Gov. Marshall, o'f Indiann, was
nominated for Vice President on the
third ballot, at the Democratic con
vention nt Ilnltimorc early in 'the
week. He is n very nble man nnd
will add strength to the ticket.
Forty-one were killed und nearly
three hcoic poisons were injuied
Thursday in what is conceded to
have been the worst wreck in the
history of the Lucknwnuu rnihoad.
N'enr Corning, N. Y., u fast express
train crushed into n trninlnitd ot
e.Ncursiouis'ts stntuAng ou the main
line, waiting for tho track ahead to
be denied by a freight train.
Beans, peas and new potatoes uic
plentiful und people ure living fine
We ure having lots of rain und
crops und guldens look fine.
We aro having a. nice Sunday
Sellout ut Mt. Zton.
Mr. und Mrs. Tliomp-on were tho
guests at Mr. and Mr. Jones Adams
Rev. J. 0. Livingston filled his re
gular appointment at Mt. Ziou ou
Sunday lust he will ho buck again
the fourth Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hi unit Drown have
been visiting their daughter, Mrs.
R. E. Elder near Quail.
Mrs. Flora Thompson and little
sons Wnvio nnd Oppie of Quail, have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Tlioinp-on, of this place.
Mr. R. A. Smith and family, weio
tho guests of Henry PlayforthV
Mrs. Esther Po.v liter, if lieren,
is visiting her brother, A. A. Wren,
also her daughter, Mrs. Blue Irvin,
of thin place.
Mr. Josh Harne-.s and family were
the guests at John Roger. Sunday.
Misses Ida and Lizzie Smith were
tho guests at Misses Nannie und
Melia Elder, Sunday.
Hagin Poynter started to the
stole with a hen. She junicd out of
the basket and tho horse stepped ou
her head killing her. This wns
i great s'urpiise to the hoy.
Walter Rogers is able to bo out
Theodore Iliyaut came in from
Indianapolis with the small pox
which entile ns a great shock to the
people of this community.
Mrs. Hoskins is very sick ut this
Mrs. Mal(:iiiet Wieu was the guest
of her father Monday.
Charlie and Russell Playfoith
have been homo for a slant stay this
.Mrs. Russell Wntson is very sick
ve hope to note a change sjon.
Theodore Rogers, who has been
sick for some time continues nbout
Rev. John Elder will neach ut
Mt. Ziou ou Sunday next which is
the first Sunday, uNo R. It. Elder
will he present to conduct the sing
ing. We hope to sco u large crowd
People aio about done cutting
Tho heavyweight championship
fight ut Las Vegns, Now Mexico
Thursday was slopped by polieo in
tho ninth round. Hopelessly (Ait
clussed, Jim Flinu resulted to foul
tactics as (he only apparent menus
of 'tempering u merciless heating
Hint hud continued from tho first
round. The decision wns awarded
to Jack Johnson, tho unbeaten ne
gro. Tho decision in tho tight for
tho lightweight championship at
Los Angeles was given to Wolgast,
but it looked as if Rivow, the Moxi-nnd
can boy, was robbed.
JULY 5, 1012.
TOM THUMB WEDDING
To Be Given At Hustonvllle Opera
House Saturday Night.
Ilustonville, July 4.
A Tom Thumb wedding, with sixty
childicii participating, will ho given
at tho operu house on Saturday ev
cniug, under the uuspjecs of tho In
dies of the Christian church, and
for the benefit of tho church. All
will be in elaborate costume, und the
cutcrttiinincnt promises ,to be ono
of tho most intere.sting given here
in some time. An ndmiisiou of 10,
.0 ntuJ Jo cents will Im charged
.Hiss iMiiiicruic wnr.iner lias re
turned from Ctittenden, Ivy,, where
she uiw ongnged to ?ing during tho
protracted meeting held in Unit city.
Miss Florence Sprugcns nnd bro
ther Mr. Dennis Spragens, of Ellis
burg, were here for a short time
The W. C. T. V. met at the Prcsr
byterinn church Thursday Juno 'JO,
for their regular meeting. Mrs. Cut
Riffe und Mrs. Smith Yowell pre
sented the main features of the af
ternoon wns the address given by
Miss Liceie Beazley formerly of
Stanford, but now connected with
W. C. T. IT. school nt Hindeman, Ivy.
Miss Beazley's appeal for the Moun
tuiii people was moist impressive
The local organization voted to pre
pare nnd send u box soon.
Mr. Wiillnce. Steele, of Ellisburg,
was here Thursday for a few hours,
Messrs. Curlisle Myers and Syl
vester "Newton, have returned from a
short trip to Louisville.
Mrs. A. Newton and children aro
visiting relatives in Somerset.
Mis. Cora Mao Goodd is in Cin
cinnati visiting her brother.
.Mrs. David Newborn nnd daugh
ttr Miss Georgia L. Ncwbern, have
returned from Knoxville.
Miss (irubbs, of Junction City,
passed through here Snturday en
i onto to Liberty.
Mrs. Ctirlton Elkin, of Lancaster,
was here for a short time Saturday.
Miss Miie Wilkinson, of Liberty,
wns here Saturday afternoon.
Messrs. A. J. Adnnis, Sam McKin-
ney, Mr. and Mrs. John Riffe, mot
ored to Danville Sunday.
Dr. nnd Mrs. W. I. Mooro nnd
children und .Mrs. William Stodghill,
have returned from n most delight
ful visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. James II.
Woods, of Stanford.
Mr. Clarence Alstott, of Powers
Ivy., was hero Monday for a few
Mrs. Luke Carpenter nnd little
daughter arrived Wednesday from
New Custle. Ind., for u visit to Mrs
Mrs Morfydel E. Evans, of Spo
knnp, Washington, arrived Tuesday
for a visit to Miss Orpha Dentin m.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John II. Riffe most
delightfully entertained, Dr. and
Mrs. W. I. Moore, Mr. nnd Mrs. A.
J. Adams nnd Mrs. William Stodg
hill nt dinner Tuesday evening.
Mr. mid Mrs. Robert M..Tute, Dr.
O. S. Williams nml Miss Louise 01
some motored to Danville Saturday.
Dr nnd Mrs. W. I. Moore und chil
dren visited Danville telntives Thurs
day and Friday.
Mrs. William Stodghill left Fri
day for Chicago with n brief stop nt
Little Mi-s Taylor of Danville, is
tho guest of her sister, Mrs. James
Dr. Jim Riffe bus leiurued to his
home in Cincinnati, after a short
visit to Mr. and Mis. J. P. Riffe. .
Miss Elizabeth Phillips, is tho
guest of Mrs. William Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Taylor nnd
son of Danville, visited Mr. nnd Mrs.
C, R. McCormnck Sunday.
Mrs. Arthur Coleburn nnd little
son of Cincinnati, visited Mrs. Jas.
Yowell last week.
Messrs. Shelton Snufley, Hnrvey
Helm and Jeiry Sullivnn vvero here
for a shoit time Monday.
Mr. Iloyd Weatherford has re-
urned from u visit to LouLsvillo
Mis. George McKinney desires to
express her thanks to those who so
kindly ministered to her husband in
his illness, nnd tho many kindness
es shown Ihem in their bereave
ment. Mrs. Susan Siblee, of Louisville,
is tho guest of Mrs. W. O. Speed.
Help to Keep Down Expenses
Mrs. J. E. Henry, Akron, Mich.,
tells how she did so: "I was both
ered with my kidneys nnd had to go
nearly double. I tned a sample of
Foley Kidnev Pills nnd they did me
at miinli fvAnfl Mint T liAnrrlit n It.iHIo
fee, thnt tiey j. me biJ
doctor's bill. Shugars and Tanner.
.Mrs. W. A. Coffey entertained
n number of her friends at the benu
tiful country home ou last Saturday.
Among those present were? Rev. 6.
L. Fleming nnd wifo Rev. A. II.
Raugli and wife. Rev. M. G. Onb-
bnrt, .Mr. F. M. Ware nnd Mrs. S. M.
Owens and Mrs. L. H. Owens, Mrs.
C. C. Singleton und son, Charles
Reck nnd dnughter. All report a
good time and find Mrs. Coffey to
be u very charming nnd delightful
Brother I'lemlna will pieuch nt tltp
Ruptist church Sunday morning nnd
Dr. Singleton has been very sick
the pnst week, but wo nro very glad
to say that ho is much improved at
thin writing and wo hone Iirr n.
speedy ieti,Vei ns ho is missed
nmong our midst verv much.
Lightning struck the 'residence of
L. O. Gooch on Tuesday afternoon
nnd did fpiito a lot of damage. The
family had a very nnrrow escape ns
they were in the room nt the time.
The ice cream fnctoiy did n big
business on the 4th. They shipped
nnd sold in the country for the pic
nics over fifty gnllons of crenm.
They nre doirj; a splendid business
und it is quite a help to tho people.
The band boys went to Iluston
ville for tfio Fourth, where they did
some extra good phijing. They are
fast coming to tho front und will
soon be one of the best bands in
this country nnd we predict for them
u bright and successful future.
Miss Mnda Butler, Miss Eugene
Hubble, nnd Mrs. S. A. Montgomery I
nil nttended the' teachers' institute
nt Stanford this week.
, Tho protracted meeting closed nt
the Christian church lust Sunday
night with three conversions nnd
Rev. A. II. Raugli und wife have re
turned to their home in Monticello.
Little Miss Josephine Nunnelley,
of the Peyton's Well section, is vis
iting Mrs. James B. Beck this week.
Miss Bettie Royalty, of Yosmnite.
i? tho attractive guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Cleo Thomas this week.
Quite u number of the young folks
attended the picnic at Ilustonville
mid South Fork the Fourth.
W. J. Moore, of San Francisco,
Cnl., was in town Wednesday and
bought spmc monumental work from
Mr. Russell Brown entertained in
honor of his house party lust Wed
nesday evening nt his beautiful homo
on lower Main street. The house
party is composed of tho following:
Misses Ada Wesley, Artio Smith, of
Liberty, Ella Henry nnd Hnllie
Brown, of Lancaster, 1'earl Fields
and Gertrude Wilkinson, of Stanford
Messrs. Clarence Lewis, of Callo
way, Ivy., Cecil Brown, of Lancas
ter, Howard Holtzelaw nnd J. T.
Wilkinson, of Stanford.
The yard wus beautifully decorat
ed with lanterns and tho house with
ferns und other flowers. At the
suitable hour, the guets were serv
ed refreshments in the dining room.
Those present were: Miss Mary M.
Matheny, Mr. Morrison Bright, Miss
Annie I). MeRoberts, Mr. Jos. Hop
per, Miss Elizabeth Given.", Williiftn
Grimes, Miss Marion Grimes, Jame3
Cooper, Miss Clara Cooper, Mr. Will
McCarty, Miss Elinbeth Higgins,
Mr. Welch Rochester, Miss Pettus,
Mr. Howard Nevvlund, Miss Kate
D. Raney, Mr. W. O. Martin, Miss
Mary M. Raney, Mr. Juck Nowbern,
Miss Josephine Carpenter, Mr. Clin
ton Colenmn, Miss Lissa Holtr.eluw,
Mr. Ilnrris Coleman. Miss Jean
Patrick, Mr. Alfred Peace, Mi-s
Emma HnysMr. S. A. Phillips, Miss
Sallie Duideite, Mr. Hurry Carter,
Miss Mary E. McKinney, Mr. Spald
irg Hill, Miss Kate Ends, Mr. Ul-
mont Ends, Miss Mamie Singleton,
Mr. Wallace Singleton, Miss Ger
trude Wilkinson Clnrf nee Lyvis, Miss
Gruco Fields, Mr. Marion Fields,
Miss Anna Chancellor, Mr. Stavui't
Cnrson, Misses Kuto Anderson und
Willie G. Traylor, Miss Penil Fields,
Mr. Howard Holtclaw, Miss Artie
Smith, Mr. J. T. Wilkiusirti, Miss
Isa Floyd, .Mr. T. K. Tudor, Miss
Bessio Phillips, Mr. Oppie Brown,
Miss Frnnkie D. Trn.vlor, Mr. Silus
Anderson, Miss Marrietta Wallace,
Mr, Albert Phillips Miss Ada Wes
ley, Mr. Russell Brown.
Mrs. M. A. McLaughlin. 312 Juy
St.. LaCross, Wis., writes that she
suffered nil kinds of pains in her
tuck and hips on account of kidney
trouble and rheumatism, "I got
sonle of Foley Kidney Pills and ut
for taking them for a few days there
wns a wonderful change in my case,
for tho pain entirely left my back
oud hips and I am thankful tliere is
such a medicine as Foley Kidney
Pills." Shugars and Tanner.
TUESDAYS AND FMDATf.'
CALLED TO HIS REWANt
James RoslfisM Passes' Away M
Home In Hubble Section At
Ripe Old A ' ''
Jumes Robinson, one of the obJwt
uhl one of- tho best known nnd. swat
resected cilirens of Lincoln couaty.
parsed nwey nt his homo in tlfe
Hubble section, Thursday evening,
ufter n lengthy illness of heart trou
ble. Mr. Robinson was in his 88th
year, nnd tho donth enmo nt tho end
of a long life, full of good works,
nnd the etcem of his fellow men..
For u number of years ho hnd.beea
un extensive fanner in the communi
ty u hero he lived. Before that he
conducted n store nt Preachersville,
nnd wns one of the pioneer road
builders who promoted the construc
tion of the Crab Orchard and
Preachersville turnpike. He amass-
ed finite n compence in merchandis
ing nnd added to. it in ugrioultural
Throughout a long life lie was a
faithful member of the Christian
rhtireh. He wns also a life long
In 1650 he wus ninrricd to Miss
Snllie McDonald, who survives Jiim '
at nn advnnced nge. Their long life
toge'ther, 50 jears of wedded .life,
was mi ideal union, nnd the sympa
thy of a host of friends goes out to
the widow in the loss of her life-long
I C'mpu.nio"- J .tIlcm ten !,,Ud.ren
were join, ot wliora seven survive,
ns follows: Jumes B. Robinson, Jos
eph E. Robinson, Jake A. Robinson,
and John C. Robinson, nnd Mrs.
James McKechnie, Mrs. Hattio
Toomy, nil of this section, and Mrs.
Annie Lipscomb, of Missouri.
Tho moTtnl remains of this vener
nble citiren will be laid to final rest
in the Lancaster cemetery Saturday
morning at ten o'clock, after ser
vices by Rev. F. M. Tinder.
$200 ADDED TO K. P.
FAIR PREMIUM LIST
Best "Old Fashioned Country Fair"
In State Now Assured Ev
Determined to make tho Fair here
the best "old fashioned country
fair" that will be held in Kentucky
this year, tho Board of Directors
held a meeting early in the week,
und 'decided to increase the premium
list hy the uddition of $200 to the
premiums which. had already been
announced. This additional sura,
will bo distributed equally among the
desired rings, and will give the Stan
ford fair a premium list which will
compnre fuvorably with any fair of
a town this sire in the state.
Members of tho locnl lodge,
Knights- of Pv thins, have cone to
vrnrt tt'illi n i.tm . n..n1. it... 1......I .kf
.. v,.v ...ii , l.l ,u JU311 1MB lUi'ttl "" 5j
tair, and nro meeting- with encour-3r.
ngement on all sides. Everyone r, ;
wnitirg lor the Stnnford fair, nn
nil records for attendance wilt
doubtediy be broken.
In Two Cases Brought to Stop Con-
crete Sidewalk Laying.
All barriers to the completion of
Stanford's system of concrete side
walks were removed Monday when '
Judge C. A. Hardin, sitting ut Hnr
rodsburg, knocked out two injunc
tion suits which had been filed by J
Dr. J. G. Carpenter nnd Mrs. Muttie
Kirby, seeking to restrain the city ' ,
council from having concreto pave- .
ments laid in front of their resi--''
dences. Judge Hardin in his opin
ion, followed u decision of the Court '
of Appenls, which held in a simjlari
case, that tho city council has full $t4t
authority in municipal a f fairs of thw '. ,,
sort, and its judgment ns to wbt ,', ?-?
kind of sidewnlks, and what is best V
for tho community is final. .lJ
VJ 1 "-
Popular Telephone Man Hero
J. A. Sullivnn, district manager
tho Cuinbeilnnd Telephone Company
was bero Wednesday from LexM
ton, driving over from Danville, a
compnnied by Locnl Manager H.
vvray. iv. Millivau litis. 32 .
changes in his jurisdiction m
new territory which bus. jusi.Ji
niranged, and everyone who
him feels that tho company
not havo selected anyone bftttec, :
ted lor the work. Reporta
heard that u new udjustmetit, w! f
urtions in tins section is, seo
ninile, but nothing definite ku
dcttirmiuod upon as yet. A I'