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FOUNDED 1800. 63J YEAR. NO. 03.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, AUG I ST 0, J 012.
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY8.
HARVEY HELM WINS
A GREAT VICTORY.
Lincoln County Congressman Car
ries Every County In the Dis
trict In Primary.
As predicted l Jim Interior Jour
nal from fir-t lo last llarvcy Helm.
Lincoln count) 'a fuxorirc Ion, won
u jungnificctit xietory for rcnouii-tintion-
for Congress in tho iirimury
whWi wiir held Saturday, lie swept
till, Eighth utrict from Mem to
tern, rolling up Juniurily which
Mill go oxer 8,000 votes xxljcii the
leturn. nre nil in. Ho enrrie'd Mad
ison ronnlx, the lioino and supposed
stronghold ot his optonent, Judge
Millivnn, receiving inujurit tliclo
of ox it 300 XoteS.
The victory was n notable one in
exerv pnitieulnr, when tlio race N
mviewed. mid the dements opposed
to the nomination of Mr. Helm nre
eoiiM.leied. His ureal mujority
piMXcs how I'oniplctely he holds tho
cotilidcncc oL his democratic eon
Htitunti hi this district, utid augurs
xx ell. indeed, for nil oxerxxhcluiiug
xi-tory oxer ins lcpublicmi upnoii
tnl in Nox ember.
A notable feature of hi- viclorv
wng His splendid majorities retuuie.'.
tor him in the txxo new counties r
the district. Adair and ('iraey. It
liiiii hecn declared in tiie ctuttrtcra
that these counties were (nought in
to the district for the purpose of
hurting Iniu, nnd furtheiing the an
piration of mine ther candidate.
The deuioenitin wters of tho-e
counties, how cxer, took eognUiinee
of th- work that Helm has done for
his di-tiiit. and Hlioxxed up with n
tiuijonty xx huh xxill go close t 1.000
lor the txxo.
Lincoln county, of cour-e, did
'nobly by linn, only 8'J xote- beinir
1-iii.t in the county against linn, out
of n total of oxer 1.HO0 votes cast
i:i Jhe puiaaix. Ilw majority lin
flits county was l.il.V-'. Helm's- mil
jontiK in the other comities of the
ilistrwt xveie idiout us follows the
official count proh.iblv making me
Adair "18, AiiJeraon C.'iO, Mercer
liOO, JesMimwe. 133, Garrard 517,
Hovle 07,". Ca-ey 100. Spencer -100
Mndl-xni 300, Shrlbv 031).
It ! rejmrted that Judge Sullixan
did not carr.x hut sex en precincts in
the entire district.
Judge Sullixan. iu the )ii)ul dem
vcrnt that he if. soon mxv oh Snt
tirdnx niaht that the trend xxas all
:niut him. and sent this telegram
l.i Mr. Helm here.
Itichuiiiiid .August 3. Hon. llur
xcx Helm, Stanford, Ky., llcport
indicate that xon haxe been iiomi
imted. I congratulate, you. Al)
triciids me lor any man xxho re
t-sxc a democratic nomination,
t Signed) J. A. Sullixnii.
( ougrc-Mnnn Helm xxns flooded
xvith coiigtntuhitor) messages from
all over the district and the stnte.
A iie"iiae came from Shelby county
wheie hi-, trietids had done ome
work that they wcr noxv boosting
him for next deiirocmtic minimal
mil for g.ixeruoi, w i-Ioinlnllv had
John Nichols IiikI H. I', Miiuht,
who liml lead in the fight for him
in Holc county, dioxo oxer Suiuluy
to eongiiituhite him. They had ear
ned Ko.xlo for him by aluioit a thou-j-aiitl
in (he face of the hitter vPpo
.Mti.'ii of the Danville Ailxocatc.
Kdilor .Mclnl.xre, xxho xull stippoit
Helm ni xiRori.ii.!, . as ho op
posed him, telephoned the Interior
jjiitnal that he is for Helm not only
ior inflection now, but is lor him
for llie iiomiuatioii iiRaiu next time.
An automobile full of Riillaiit iliuu-
nit, fioiu Adair came up late Sun
il.i.y nftcruooii to couRratulntu the
iuRreisinaii an J ieoit to him )f
the splendid mnority that Ad.ur
hud rolled up for linn, in the fine of
ftixiint upMsitiiu. Tliex xxuic- l I'.
Winfrey, Col. N. M. Tittt. N. T. Mer-
f r, J. S. lire edi"R and Win. lleln .
OppMont for Caltb Powtrs.
Ill the colireutioii held by tile I'm
b,ienixes of the Klexcnth district at
(.orhiii last xxcek II, 11. Seaxey, of
C'orbin, an engineer on the Cumber
lautl Ynlley dixismu vxf the Louis
rillu fc Nashville, mill nnd xiou out
mer .1. V. Hud, of Whitley county;
Chaile Heul, of .Widillcslmro, and
fornuT CoiiRivNsiuan J. 1). Wilson
4f Knox County tor the tr.uiRrcn
Monal luimiiialiou nRiiinst CuUb
The fiyht xxus ouu of the closest
cxer m'cii in that countx'. Wild en
thiisiastu follow cd the announce
ment of the last hall.it, nnd on ur.i
I mil xx us made unanimous. Mr.
Senxey iik ennied to the stiiRu and
jntiodueed in. the next CoiiRieshiuau
fnuii the Elexenth Distiict.
TeddyV Hull Moose party is hold
iiir its national convention ut t'hi
ciiro. Rstrnv. Dark red steer, npot on
5ls forehead; marked in riht er;
ecwnvd fr leturu lo AY. L. Cordierf
i IN COLT FUTRITY.
Great Interest Amonti Horsemen
In Feature Stake ef K. of
The showing being made bj mnny
xoiuiRxteiM ut tho various fairs in
this Kcctiou of tho Htala no far this
reason, Iniu accentuated the inter-1
rt xx Inch is Iiciiir manifested ainoiiR
hoiso Irrecdcrri in tho Rreat Colt Fu
turity to be decided ut tho Knights
of I'.x thins Fair here AiiRtist 121, '11
nnd 'J.'i. There nro 10 entries in the
Futuiitx. ami Homo of the colts
which haxe already iiecn fduxxu on
other fair nnps nre mnbiiR Rrent
leeoids. When tho IiiirIc. calls the
blue blooded youiiRsterH to the post
ut the Stanford fair u tremendous
u&H'iuhlcRc of horse lux era is ex
pected to be prcfiit to witness the
The list of (he rut rants, kIiowh
the names of me v'tf the m.tst him'
icsKful ioe!i'eii is this itirt of
the state, and the tolls are nil splen
didly bred nnd Rix'e Rrent ironiiA
The Futurity entries, the nnincs of
the on iters, the name of the dam
and sir,) are as follows:
No. 1 W. II, Murphy, entij out
of Luilv Dure by Hohcmiai Knitf.
No. '1 Dick Scudder, entry out of
Kathleen bv All I'eavine.
N. Dirk Scudder, entry out of
Emma White, by All Henvine.
No. A Dick Scudder, entry out of
Uelln II.. bv all I'eavine.
No r Mi. L'Mi.ud Tasker
Loxvndes. cntiy out of Fdnn .Mue bv
No. b Mrs. I.owndcs, cntrv out
of Clara Hob, by Keiitiliky Choice.
No. 7 Mix. Lowndes, vntry out
of Hjiioriu Sam bv Kentiickx
No S-Dr, Henry Moore, entry
out of MisHall, by Hidiemiau Kim.'.
No. y W. H. (Jaincs, entry out of
Iiiid by Kentucky l'eaxine.
Nx.. 10 W. O. Walker, entry out
of Easy by Carroll I'restoii.
No. 11 W. O. Walker, entry out
nf Jce Dean by Carroll ProMui.
N. VI W. O. Walker, entry mit
of Sabra Walker, by Highland Kmp.
No. EJ II. M. TiirkiiiRton .entry
out of Dixie Dine by Hoheiman Kiiir
No. ll-Ncxiii Carter, cntiy out
if Fhra f'., by Carroll l'reston.
No. 13 J. II. Murphy, sdijriec
No. Hi J. C. Hailex'. entry out of
Daisy bv I'restin.
No. 1" J. C. Hailex, entrj out of
Minnie, by 1'ie-tmi.
Ni. 18 W. II. Shanks, nitn out
it Anna I)., Iix llohcuiutu Kin-.
No. 10 C. C. Carpenter, entry
ut of Lord Dillion b.x DiRiiitx Dare.
Hail In Scott County.
UeoiRiitiixrii,. A iir. (I. A hail
storm unsurpassed in sexcrity by
nuv that cxer fell here, iiirviI oxer
(n'oi-Ri'toxxn and Scott county last
niyht xuih siudi strength that srxer
al t.ibaico crops were ruined and
other tiop- wele daniaed. In many
cases ice n mauled on the ground
until this uioriiiiiK in street. The
ilama'.'e to crops xxill reach swrelal
Now i the lime Imil docs it nrv
eiest damage. Iiisun. now and fl
.sx II. II. New lan.
C.uigiesstiinii Hub Thomas defeat
ed John S. Ithea for the democratic
nomination in the Third District by
HHt majoiitx. Couut.x Judge A. W.
H.irklcx, if Mi l rem v won the Mom
inmim lu the First Distiict to fill
Ollie Jiiuics' scat, 1.000 mnjoiily
oxer thrx'c other loulcstants.
Mi. Llla Mav Saumlei. yaxe a
birtl'dax paitv Moudax exening
from four to si for her nephew, Wil
lium Shelbx CotlVx, ot Frnukfuit.
The icfie-huients. weie lemonade and
cake' and i c cteaiu imiics. I lis re
ceived njiout eighty pieents. Those
picscnt iVcic: I Set tic I'enj, Fiances
rate, Annette ami (icopia Wia.x,
Nettie Louise (loxer. Marv C. Straub
Maigiiret D.txidson, Hester Ander
soil, Ida M. I'ettus, Lelia (.ook Ha
ilex. Isahelle and Margaret DHliou.
Kiitheime mil Saiu Heck, 1juiss
nnd Lueile Wat era, KalhiTiiie Hruee,
Kullieiiue Cm lion, Mm.x Louise
lliit'tuinii, Llsie I'olemnu, Ilaehol
Hill Fiances lonbiy, Mnrv Hiith
Iti'iuluut, Mabel Wilkinson, Mmgie
Lynn. Allie Itu-sell, Fiiiiuis Fish,
Mm.x Fliraberli Nuunellcy, I'uiiline
Kndii, Mattie May l'lestou, Alary S.
Messcr, Anello Cnraon, Sara Ilium,
(Icitiude Hroiule, Sadie W. Hcaieley
r.lirnbelh Hiight, Katheiinu Hrndx',
I'ddie It. Houvhiuan, Itessui Clay
Funis, Fluahcth Malice, Lueile Car
ter, Lueile Hnllou, Sabni Walker,
Lueile 1 1 eland, Lillian Hall, ml, Joan
Margie. Lillian mid Stella IUllou,
Alntv M. I'enuiugtou, Mai Ilia Louise
Cumphcll, Dave Carlton, (leige uud
Itobert Davison, Joe and Lexi Men
ser, Iaoi Davis Fisher, Winfied Dun
can, Unit V F.nds, James 1'iestoil,
Heibert Fidi, John, Jr., and Itobcit
Haiighinau, Hurdetle Hright, Juiuoh
Fngleman, Lynn Fence, Mike AIo
Cuity, George F. Furris, Clifton
Heck, James Fuxtoii, Adum Walker,
Imiiel Hiffe, Stewart uud l'reston
TabHlatHM if tke Primary Vite ii UrciIr County.
Crnb Orchard No. 1.
Crab Orchard No. '1,
Hiistonvillc No. I . . .
Hustonxille No. 2 ...
TurncTsxille. ..,, ...
Wnjnesburg No. 1 . .
King's AlounrVin. ...
Stanford Magisterial District.
5 5 8
Z 'A 3
30 43 71 01
30 71 70 1
117 20 33 1
23 40 33 5
I21il0l 207 081
How land ....
To Present Entertaininq Play For
Benrfit of the Baptist Church
Hustonxille, Aug. 5.
Thu comedy "Her Clluies" to be
piesentcd at the opera house on Sat
urday night, August 10th, piomiscs
to be one t the greatest exeats of
the season. This! play xxill be gixen
by 10 b.ijs uud girls of the Huston
xille Haptist church. Aliss Aluucie
Ware has .spent much, tune in pic
paiing th"se timuteura. Alls. S. S.
Robinson has charge of the tlower
drill. A pluant evening is assured
all who attend. Admission 23 cents.
cseixed beats 33 cents. Kcscrxed
f-eat tickets are for Mile by Q. C,
Kit re. The proceeds of this 'enter
tainment fin the benetit of the Hus
tonxille Haptist church. All nxi; iu
xited. The cast of diameters will
Cast of Characters:
Walter Dillingham, a dealer in
real estate James Stephenson.
Jclfiraou KugRlcs, his father-in-low,
Kobert Stociim. a friend of the
t .Hint Julius AlcKinuc,).
t hurley Hrooks. a neighbor IM
Jim Itxiiu. a theatlieal manager
l.ilmoiu 1 tut ton.
Mix. idi'.'glcs, wife of Jetfcraou
Hlauehc Dillingham, wife of Wal
ter Maliiul.i Naxe.
Dora Kugules, in lou with Slo
i um r.llitl I tint on.
Lliruhcih Mi onks. xvife ,.f Chmley
Vnlesku Hijou, a Ii ailing ladx
Clin. i Nunucllcv.
Fariuers in this xieiuity me busy
(his week threshiug wheat.
Air. D. F. Tettle is m the hick
list this week, the tesult of being
oxvrcoiue by heat m the hay tield
Alra. It. C, I'nntt ts the guest this
xieok of lici daughter, Alls. It. Chap
pel, of Lolmuoa Juiiatiou.
Alra O. W. Hill, of Fairmont, ld.,
is the guest of her mother, uud other
iricmU ixnd relatives of this xieinitv
A xery lai-ge cimwiI was. in at
tendance at Mt. .ion i-huicli last
Siiud-y uud listened to a ei client
.1. 1,. Aiult.isiiii iiii.I 11. .1. fltiflni
... ... . ....... .
jiaitiiersliiji fuimuis, are boasting of 1
oeiug tiie i its i larmcra to my tneir
ciops li. Air Anderson luixing cut'
sue last Weill a lew nays ago.
Air, D. A. Singleton ,is lnis this
xxcek loofiug his slore.
Mrs, W. S. (iunsalus, a fanner
lixing near Fleming, I 'a., sart hu hits
used Cluimbeiluiu's CVilie. Cholera
Diarrhoea Kemedy in his family for
foil i teen .xears, mid that he has
found it to be un excellent lemedy,
mid takes pleasuie in recommend
ing it. Fon Mile by Fenny's Drug
gic At'ty Cir't (.leik
i $ - I s i
x 5 a. oq x a
220 C 12 1(55, 8o 78 CO
lf.il 12 20 J. VI 7" 01 :i
"l70 0 23 100 20 211 1110
io:t 11 :io "o :i2 4G :io
i:n ti n viil o I2ji 10
1 1(i 7 18 i:io lu i22 'id
.... 18:i 7 H4 10.1 Ti. J-'
-Mw rt- -- -- i--- ' ' i ' -
. ... 72 1 J2 40 .'(8 23 4
... bi l 12 "s :i: :u 13
.... 13(. 0 34 103 43 38 42
, ... 133 0 31 ill :t7l 13 77l
...J 7!)l Hi 301 .10 43 33 20
( 1 i 1
80 0' 21 73 23 1!) 17
1734 82 410 1338 33017071302
Crab Orchard Maqisterial District.
012 I I
I I l I I '
5 S ?
o u ; o
8 22 87! 49J
2 12 231 00
101 34 HOlllS,
Mrs. Florence Severely Hurt.
Alra. James C. Florence, wife of
''ostmuuter Florence, xis xery pain
fully injured xxheu her left hip was
broken Satin day, by a Vail as she
was btippmg out Of u bus at Crab
Orchard. Together with a number
of Iodic of the local Haptist church
she had gone to Crab Orchard lor au
outmg, mid when ulighting her ukut
hum: 4ii some manner and s. ft.
I'eaxilx, lracturiiig the bio.
The injury a xery painful one.
She xx as made as coiufji table as
possible by Ur. L. F. Jones, f Ci.ih
Orcliaiil, mid bnnilit to Stanford
in thu automobile of J. F. Cummins
uud the injured member bet, and she
it. resting as easy a possible, now,
under the cireunistanies.
Indue Fmmett 1'iiryenr, ot D.iu
ville, demoeintie iiouuuee far Com
inonweal ill's Attorney, wns keie
.Monday, and xi'iis eoagratuhited gen
erall.x. His late opponent, W. S.
Hindi, Ionl democrat that In is
win inly eougiatulatid the xietor ami
trimmed iin his iieoi ty suppoit in
the election in Nox ember.
Bach Club Entertains.
The H.ich Club entertained at ten
nis Fiiiluy- utteruoon most chmm
ingl.x, in honor of Aliss Annie 1). Me
Kobertf popular miests, Missis
Crntcher. Chenuull, Klmore and l o
liigtou. A pii70 was unaided Aliss
Kliabeth lligRins and Air. Welch
Kothester for their excellent placing
uud Aliss Klmore and Air. Coleman
weie foitiilinte enough to win the
boobx. Deli'.'httul cakes and ices
wore Kfixed at the proper hour nnd
.ill weie soriv when the time. tor de
parting came. Those proeut ueie:
Misr. I'auliue Jones, James Cooper,
Miss Cheuuiilt (.'. Coleman, Aliss
.Marion Grimes, Will Grimes, Aliss
Slnrthn Jones. Will AlcCaity
Miss Mis Aimy F. Watt lloxy
iii'l New land, Aliss Mmy Shephcid
Cook, J. Al. Watera, Aliss KliziiLwth
Higgiiis, Welch Kiriieter, Aliss
Alniy Alooic Kaney. Will Yeager,
Aliss Coxiiigtou Joseph Hill, Aliss
Khuoic, 'Ihos. ( oleman, Mis Alur
gniet I locker, Ilubcit CaiH'iitcr,
Miss Auriiii D. AlcKohcrts John Mi
Alisier. Mm.x L. AleKiiuiey. Alra.
llu.xs Fotcr, Aliss Joscphitu. Car
Knter, Aliss Ciutcher, Spauldiug
Hill, Aliss Joan .Mount, Kobe it
Wall era, Alls. Nellie Hallou, Mrs.
1'eii.x, Alra. AfeKobeits, Ali; Mleu
Hall in, and I!sio Hiiieh.
One of thu most comiuou uilmeuls
that hard winking people me nffiet
I'd Willi is Imne back. Apply Chain
'cilain.s Liniment twice u day mid
nuissagu the paits thoroughly ut
each iipplicatimi, and you xrill get
Miiick relief. For sale by l'cnnyV
IJnculu Lodtv No. CO. 1' A. iU iumU Ih
kluK.l cuuiiuuDkalioii ou rack lir.l tni third
Monday ulzkla u( rach month, at 7 o'clock In
Iheir hall on Main .trwl, Stanford, Kjr. Men
Isra of tlttrr lodjfi fratrrBalljr loTltfd lo U
pnunt II V CurpfuUr, cVcrirUry,
Lntienstcr is on a boom in tho
sale of real cstnlo.
Airs, l'rcd Fribio cixo nn claboi
nte (I o'clock dinner to n fexv guests
tin menu being scrxed in mxithig
Dr. J, W. Harris died nt his homo
in Kicltinond nfter n short illncsa.
lie tnnrricd Aliss Susio Lcnvcll of
this county. He xxns 0110 of the
lending physician of this county
mid 08 j ears of ngo.
Aliss Joan Aloiint was hostess for
a .Morning Hridgc tho honor guests
being AIcilames George A. AicKob
crts, of Covington, nnd Alra. Thomas
V. Wilson, of Cnxo City.
Air. nnd Alra. Hairy Khnoore, the
young bridal couple, havo luken
riKinw oxer Dr. J. It. Kiiimiird's of
fice, it having been newly painted
and prepared for their oeeupanex.
Air. J. I. Hamilton is luixing a
model n 7-i oom duelling erected on
the lot adjoining his residence.
Dr J. J. Hryun, u well known op.
ticiuii of fourteen jeara experience
is ut the Lancaster hospital, where
Ii3 xvill be glad to see all callera.
.Misses Jane and Alary-Doty gaxe
u hnniNoiiif well appointed luncheon
lor a number of guests, Hie, honorcc
being Alra. J. Hradfoid Jennings, ot
Air. and Mra. I low n id Kice, of
Kichnioiid. Ind., motored here in
their handsome new automobile. Kot
only me the.x enji.xiug the machine,
but thtvx me letting tluir friends en
Hex. I (fin. N. hiulion, ot I'lnln
delplna, pieaehed at the Fresbxtur
iiui cltuiili ut I'miit Lick Sunday
Aliss Angle Kiniiiurd gaxe u lun
cheon limine tho post week for Alls.
Hoyd Winchester Phillips. (,f Leba
non, wlio was the nttr.ictixc guest
of Alls., Adirgupiitc Kinuaiid.
Judge Lewis L. Walker ami Alra.
Walker, are guests at Crnb Orclmtd
Siiiiie.'s. Ahs. i:t,e West D.iruold.
is iiaxing un enjoyable outuig in
Witsiiii.ton City, Old l'oint Comfoit
Huston, Haltiiiiore, New York mid
Canada. Alisse, Xnney Kobb and
Lueile Fmm lime been teeent
-nests ,,f Holl. n,i ji,s, j, yi ynrra
.Miss 1,'elln Arnold left Satunlay fin
n slay ut Hostnn llaibor, Aliuhig.ui.
Air. ami Alra. Howard Htce. of Kich-"
nioiid, Ind., me xvith Alra. If. A. D.
Aliirksburx. Alra. Kilo Hetti- is in
Frnukfuit xistting her daughter, .Mrs
Jesse Arnold. Alias Annie I'owell,
is the guest of Danville friends. Air.
and Alra. W. I. Williams and chil
dren, of TnKii, Oklu., are here for u
fexv inoiitlik stay. Alisbes Alargue
rite AIcAIurray, of Shelby, North
I'moliiui, and Aliuy Klizabeth Shet
hud. ,it Cincinnnti aic ir-iting Alis.s
LiIIriii ( oehran. Air. and Alra. Win.
Harmon, ot (.xiitliMun, xisited Klder
and Alra. F. Ar:-Tinder. .Misses yttU.
c anil Virginia Goodloe haxe ic
titined to their home in Spiingiield.
utter ii xisjt to Air. and Alra. . O.
(Jo, dloe. Alra. Sadie Clmira l).m,
of .lacksoiixille, Fl.i., is the giiest of
her eoiisin, Aliss S.illu Klkm. Aliss
ordte llamiltoii, of Aliddleboro, is
with hei mother. Alra. Sarah llnniil
ton. Alra. Luther Foley bus leturu
eil to her home tn Lexington, after
:i xisit t Alisses Al.utha uud Sallic
Tillett .Minnie AIos and mother
havo been xisiiing in Kiehmoad.
I.ucicn AL Grm.t vnleriajneii n
i.iimbir of hi-, joiing schoolniates at
i 'party at the home ol his grand
mother, Ira. Win. G. Anderanii.
The C. W. It. Al. uuxiliarx met
Monday afternoon nt '2 :J0.
Alra. GeoiKu Tie.uiwny died nt her
homo near Faint Lick after only two
ihi.Xs.' illness. A husband and txxo
luughtcra. .Miss Nettie Nettie Ticad
xuv and AltSr 'i Ii.iiiiiis Log;sdeu Mll
Alra. Dr. Wilhuin Huiuett ami lit
tle daughter Miss lassie Alitv I'.ur-
l'elt 'lie at Kenton llnibor Alichi-
gan for a stn- with Alra. Hninctt's
cousin, Aliss Jennie Ainold.
Miss Jtobeita Jennings, u niece of
Alra. s.iuiiiel llaseldeu. of Hryuuts. Miracle Guts to Chair Au"ust 30.
ulle, mid Air. Hurry McKlroy. n riss,' Cal Aliracle, the Hell county mur
ing j oimg laiv.xer, of Nexv Mexico, 'deter, is condemned to die Friday,
weie united in inuiiragr- at the lioino ! Augul o"0. Aliiuele was cotixieted
nf the biide, Tueiimeiiri, New Alexi-J hist October, ami sentenced to elet-
" , , trociition Slaveh 20 liiit, but took mt
, jnppenl. The Couit of Ap.waU ut-
Rowland. ..ilinned the xeidict, mid Gov. Alc-
Aliss os,i I'tull has returned ' deary lust week signed the death
homo alter a pleasant xisit to herj xvunuiit. Aliiuele is to be clectio-
sister, Alra. Geo. Aluitin, at Lixings- i tented nt the Kddyxille iKUUteutiary.
ton, Air. uud Alra. It. It. Wurc haxe'
letuiued t.i their home at ItilexV
utter u xi-il lo Iht mother. Airs. D.
t 'oilier. Aliss Koxie Jennings has
returned home alter a four week's
xisit to her uncle Air. 1. L. Camden
of liiidiauupolis, Ind. Shu also xisit
ed Air. uud Alra. W. W. Slcxeiis ut
Tent meeting began heie Tuesday
Air. ami .Mrs. J nines Nu.xlor ate
lejoictng oxer tun aiiival t a tine
All. . II. Oxcisticet spent Satur
day mid Siiulav with friends 'at
KileyV. Air. and Airs. W. O. HnMm,
of Hedtolil, Ind. is hete.
Alra. John Dehiney and sou hoxe
ictuiued to their home in l'ortiuouth,
Ohio, alter a vt.it to her imieuts,
Mr. unit Alra. Stewuid. Air. John
lne mid daughters, ciuuo up fiom
Lebanon Junction, to attend the bur-
of Iter bUter. Mrs. John Cnnmiey.
MERCER AND GARRARD
DEFEAT WILL BURCH
Lincoln County Gives Him Bin Ma
jority Holdam, Fields and
Lincoln county couldn't xviu ox'
erj thing in the primary Saturday. A
great mnny of her democrats deeply
regretted to sco Will Hurcli go down
in defeat as a enndiduto for thu
Humiliation for Commonwealths At
torney. They say, hoxxexer, thnt ho
mndc a great raco m the faco of
odds which xx'eio almost overwhelm
ing. Ho not only had to make the
fight of his life in other counties,
but had a bitter fight waged
I'gniiist him in his home county, but
came up xvith tho big majority, of
Vl'l lu Lincoln. Hojlc went for
Judge 1'ur.xenr by about 8(10, liow
exer, Aleiccr gaxe him 400, and
Garrard went against Hurch by '117,
making the total majority ngainst
him nf libiiut '"ill
Fi lends of Hurch nre xry proud
of the majority gixen him in his
home i utility, nnd uro already uigimr
htm to announce his candidacy for
the nomination fjr County Attorney
in the primary next -enr. It is be
Ifcxrd thnt he will soon acccdo to
their wishes, itnil it is not beliexed
that he will hnxe opposition for re
tiouunatiou. The raco for the democratic iiom
iuatioii for circuit clerk of Lincoln
county xxus won by James F. Ilahhim
the incumbent, oxer two opponents.
This was a very intcicsting race,
and not until the lust precincts xvvro
lcpolted xxns it decided.
The magistrate's nice in Stan
ford district and that for the le-p'.iblie.-in
nomination in the Crab
(i chard district, weie both very
close, and xvero xvon only bx a mar
gin of eight xotes each for the win
ned. W. AL Fields, )f the Somerset
pike, one of the best known funnels
in the county, mid highly repected
by cxeryonc, beat "LTnclc Joe" Goode
ut the Stnufoid district, xvith J. D.
Fad and J. T. Robi-rts finishing in
the order named. Kuss Dillion won
out ox'er John Kennedy xxith John
Coruui mill J. T. Cultou finishing in
older gixen at Ciab Orchard. u
This was the firat diiett primary
held in Lincoln county, or the state
for that matter and it passed off
timet ly and well. A large xote xi-iis
polled iii this county on account of
the inteiest in seveial of the lliccs.
Outside of the Crab Orchard " pie
tinets a verj small xote xx-iis east,
on account of thetc being no con
tests. J. V. l)iiijnt,(ie was on the
lepuliliciin ballot Tis a candidate for
congiess, and having mi opposition
got xery few xotes. Alaralmll Ncxv
l.iud wits the onlx candidate for the
demoeiaiie Humiliation for Alagis
trute in the V nib Diehard district.
Aliss Louise .lesson, of Coibiu, is
xisitinj; Alihs Chatine Kucker.
Aliss Snllie Woods has returned
from attending the Lancaster fair.
The protiaited meeting ut New
Hope cloeil Sunday night. '
liev. Faulkner, of Lancaster,
punched t Old Faint Lick lust
Sundiix'. Miss Aimer Le.ir uud Aliss Grace
Kline, me m Ciob Orcliaiil.
Dice G. Woods, cashier of the
Feople's Hank, has bought about
10 aeies of land near the nexv bchool
building and pi opuses to hell it off in
loth to iwraoiis tv send their children
T. S. Hiiiimm has in store here
lltiee car loads of bmley and has
been ofteteil 7o cents jht bushel.
The out and hnx crop nie fine In
Alra.' I. C. Kucker lura gone to
Iticluuoud, to be tieuted for a month
Gim. Tinbl bought a imrt of the
(liitfith laviu ut ."! per
Aluacles eiiine xxus apparently
uuicxoked, tisul a strong effort xx'ui:
made tn scenic commutation of his
sentence xm the ground that he xvas
in-line. Ho killed u iiuiii named
Jones near I'lnexille, uud then walk
ed thioiigh the town and along to
the Slitiight CoVck load, wlivte be
met the father ol his xietim in com
paii.x with Dulcie I'aitui and mi
other woman, lie aiiuoiiiiivil that
he had ptl killed Junes. The Fur
tin xioiiiiiu MTcanicd and attempted
to Dee. Aliunde stalled toward her,
uud vhcii she hid behind the other a
woman, AliinrJc leached oxer tho
woman's shoulder and shot Dulcie
I'ailiu In death. ,
"1 was fined of diarrhoea bv one.
ilose ol I umuueriniun voue, tnoi-
ern uud Diarrlnea Kemedy". writen
SI. K. Gebliurdt.Oriole, Fa. There u
nothing better. For Hide by Fenny'