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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1912
TUESDAYS AND FRTOAYS.
K. L. TANNER PASSES AWAY
AFTER SHORT ILLNESS
Prominent iuslness Man e( McKIn-
nev .and Esteemed ly Every
One A Self Made Man.
Kimry Ij. Tanner, one of the most
prominent citizen of Lincoln coun
ty, after a short illness, died nt his
homo in McKinncy, this county, yes
tenlny morning nt 4 o'clock, in the
8:id jeur of Ins nee. In his dentil
l.inroln county loses one of its wor
thiol and mo-t substantial citizens,
who loss will le severely felt only
by bis fnuiily, but bv the whole com
inn nit y in which be lived.
Mr. Tanner wns n native of Ten
nessee, having been born near Nash
ville,, mid when about 18 year of
nee h left the plnce of bin nativity
to begin the activities of life for
himself. He first located nt Rowemi
im the Cumberland river in this
.Stnte, where be remained for seven
or eight years and then moved to
liberie. Casey county at which
place he was actively engaged in
busings until 187l. when bo moved
' to McKinnev where be ban since n
sided. Shortly after bis removal to
Liberty. Mr. Tanner was married to
Mj,f. Elizabeth Vandoveer, u m-1i
of the late I). W. Vandcveer. nnd she
iind seven 'f the ten children with
which their union was blessed . sur
..:.... i.:... Tli pliildreii arc K. L.
Tanner. Jr., John I.. Tanner, of Ore..'
V. M. Tinnier, linil Ml. i aimer, -l
McKinney. Mr. W. K. Slmgurs. of
(hi place mid Sirs. II. C Niinnclley,
Diiriiut his whole life Mr. 1 mines
wan actively engaged in fanning and
mercantile pursuit and was always
u diector in one or more banks. He
was a man of exceptional business
capacity, which was supplemented
by a high cense of honor and un
bounded energy. Possessed of these
ipiulitieutioiis be wn bound to suc
ceed and did succeed f.r at the time
of bis death he was possessed of
one of the largest estate in the
county. Up was in every sense, the
iircbitcct of bis own fortune, for
when be left home to begin the bat
tle of life his possessions consisted
of n horse, a wagon, and five dollars
For more than half a century he
hud been a consistent and active
member of the Christiiiu"Tluiroh. and
leaves to his children not only an
iibuiulnnce of hi world's goods, but
tbnt which is of far greater value,
the heritage of a goo,l inline.
He will be buried at McKinney
cemetery at '2 1'. M.. today uiidei
the iia-pices of the .Masonic Fru
teniity. of which lodsre be wa long
member, after funeral services at
R. G. Pettut has Narrow Escape
The Lancaster Record cays; While
voina to hi home from town last
Sundivy afternoon in ii buggy drawn
by n puir of spirited horses. Mr.
Richard 0. Pcltiis, of near Picnch-
ersville, together with hi wife uiul
her sister. Slis McKechnie, who
were in the buggy with him, had a
very narrow escape from serious in.
jury mid irobahly death. Just ut
dusk they met tin automobile and
the horses beuutne f righlcne-1 at the
flare of the lamps uiul hi'came itn-
lunmigcuhlc. They 'tiirucd sharply
ill the load, nveitiiruiug the vehicle
uiul inn from near Mr. John Pence's
on the Crab Orchard 'kc into Town
dragging the .ivei turned vehicle with
them. They were stopped near the
Sweeney stable. When the vehicle
wa overturned, Mr. Pcttu and the-
Indie wre thrown out mid luiiiieu-
loiisly escaped iiijurv. Mr. Pcttu
pluckily secured another buggy and
lineeeded on his homeward wuy,
driving the horses which had flgur-
ed in the l mm way. lie did not know
who owned the uutoiuohile, but wns
under the impression that it wa
ih i veil bv a colored man, who never
stopped to uncertain the result "iif
Roosevelt mid Jolipson were noiu-
innted for president uiuj, vice presi-
dent, rehecUvelVbr thejProgressive
convention nt Chicago this week.
Johnson is the fielding, republican
v'ovenior of rulifornln.
Twa Mere AutemeWles.
Messrs. Leo Kuplcy mid John
Owsley Hcid went t (aiieiniiati
Monday night to buy nn automobile
for Mr. Ituplcv. Ho bought a two
passenger, Hcgnl cnr. Thoy drove
through from Cincinnati in the car.
Will Mocker ban nlso joined the
ranks of local nulo owner with one
of the popular Font touring cilrs.
Services at Hue Uck.
There will lie till day services nt
the Hlue Liek Hnptist church, Stimlav
Anj?ust '1. The irojrnm wn as foU
low: Sunday school at 0 A. M.,
talk by W. M. Stunics, on IiiHtruc
tions to the parent mi raising the
f'Miidi'rn, ,,n,tiWrd bjr G. ,,. IlflSty.
Dinner l::i(; ttilk by J. C. McClnry,
on Sunday nchool in Kcncrnl. Chil
dren exercises ul- 2 i0. Lndies ex-
ercies followed by Misses Mary
Daucbertv, Mnv StniiKcr, and Mes
dnines I'cnil Dnujjherty, and Mollie
llnuiMpy. Talk by G. Singleton mi
Homo Missiouc, followed by M. U.
Snlin Everybody invited. Conic
nnd hnii): your basket, dinner on
Young Waynesburq Farmer No More
Oeorjje Florence, n well known
young farmer of the Wnyneshurj;
section, died at bis home there curlv
in the. week of dread consumption.
from which he hud been u sufferer
for Home time. He wns just 'M
year nt ace, and is mrrvived by bis
wife nnd several small children. Mr.
Florence wa u Christian nnd ready
and prepared to meet his maker. Hi
remain were laid to rest in Buffa
lo Siriii): Cemetery v)n Wednesday
with services at tin grave bv Jlr.
J, ('. McClnry.
Col. Elkin Came Home to Vote
Col. M. F. Klkiu, if Lexjugton,
camo home to vote in the democratic
primary last Saturday, making the
14th time be bus como back to hi
obi home to cast his ballot. Col.
Klkiu lias not lived in Stanford for
that length of time, but bu declared
that be never expected to change bis
official voting residence, so the -Ides
of November, and now the August
I'rimary generally find him wend
ing Ills wny toward Lincoln, where
his heart i ever turning, bo elo
ipicutly mi.vs. On one occasion he
made a trip of 1,41)0 miles to come
homo to vote. It was for Hryau in
18'Jtl, ai.d he say that be never
cast a vote with moic pleasure in
Miss Mury Carter uiul Miss Flor
ence Heck, of near Stanford were
the guests of Mis. It. II. Mctcnlf
The graded school commented
here Monday with u Ian: attend
ance with Mr. Caldwell lis principal
and Miss Mada Hutler as Assistant.
Mr. Hairy Jaeolw, wife and pret
ty little duughter, Ada left Tuesday
for a ten days' visit with friends at
Louisville and KlunhetMowi.,
The patrons of the Turiiersville
dint lict bad ipiitc a wanu election
of tlis tiustecs last week, Mr. J. W.
1'rakc winning by a majority of :I9
'ole. Herbert Heyiwids is leaebiag
school theie and mij they are buv
iii'.' u good attendance this term.
Miss Lelia West of Lexington, and
Uevel (lonch, of Somerset, were the
guest"' of Mr. Hooch's sUtcr, Mrs.
T. II. Siuuletou this week.
Stroud Gouch mid his familyjnov
cd to Somerset thin week, whete ho
has it irood positi,ii with the Colum
bia Single Tree Co., at that place.
Mi. II. ('. XtuiMclley, of Winfes.
ter, was called home by the death
of her father. Mr. It. I.. Tanner.
II. ('. Hooch and two boy Wilson,
and Hubert of Somerset, spent n
few days this week with the home
folks. Mis. J. 11. Smith and pretty little
daughter, Alice Mane, of Morrow,
(la., tarc beie on a visit to Mr.
Smith s parents, Mr. and Sir. T. W.
((.inch of nciir town.
lurch a Game Loser.
Will S. lliirch, County Attorney
of Lincoln county, made a gatm race
for the Democratic iiominutioii for
('omiuoiiueattb's Attmrue.v in the
Thirteenth judicial district conio
cd of Lincoln, lloylc. Oarraid and
Sleicer counties, went down in de
feat hefoie Judge Kmuiett l'liryeur,
of Danvillu. "Ilill'' lluicb. although
u hopeless cripple, i u regular dy
namo of eueigy and hu kept bis op
ponent on the jump until the poll
eluded. A tried uml tiue democrat
be accept hi defeat gracefully,
luge l'liryeur, who will he tliu next
Commonwealth's Attorney of the
district, is one of the best-known
young democrats in Central Ken
tucky. He owes hi victory to the
loyal friends who stood by him so
well Louisville Times.
"Were nil medicine a meritori
ous a Cliambeiluiii'b Colic. Cholera
mid Diarrhoea Remedy the world
would be much better off nnd the
percentage of suffering greatly de
creased.'" writes Lindsuy Scott, of
Temple, Ind., for Sale, by lVnny'ti
TO IE DISCONTINUED
Patrons Will le Supplied With Mall
By Either of Two Rural
Notification has been received
from the I'osloffico Department nt
Washington that the postoffice nt
Kowland, -one mile from Stanford is
to bo discontinued. The receipts of
the offfcc luivo not been sufficient
for its mnintenniice, uiul furthermore
prncticnlly everyone who hns been
supplied with mail at this x(iiit can
be served equally as tvcl! from cither
Itiiral route No. 1 or Itural Itmitc
The discontinuance of this office,
will menu the retirement from Uncle
Sum's frcrvice of Frank L. Cordicr,
who hns beon tho efficient postmast
er for some time. He has been in
bad health lately, but has always
given entire satisfaction as an f
ficinl n btitb the public and gov
ernment. With Howland blotted off the
postoffico map, what nee promised
to become a very thriving communi
ty will practically lose its identity.
In yenrs gone by when the rnilroud
division had henduurtcrs .it How.
bind, the town was quite a business
point, and was u splendid feeder for
the business interests of Stanford.
It dentb knell wns sounded however
when the division wns moved away,
and since that time, u few little
stores, the postoffice and the depot
where the K. C. nnd Knoxville di
visions intersect, is nbout all tlnt is
left of the once bustling little, city.
For School Trustee Was Held Sat
urday at Preachersville.
l'reacliersville. Aug. 8 There wns
no election Saturday at Preachers
ville for school trustee. Notices
were posted, a small crowd gather
ed, but the doors were not upencd.
At Hobbs schools bouse n good siz
el erow( wns present and aa elec
tion was held between five nnd six
o'clock, icsulting in the choice of SI
r. Lawrence a trustee. His op
imneut, Win. Dyeboiisc received only
a few vote. The old viva voce sys
tem of voting was used with J. S.
Pcttuo as clerk. As there was no
election heie. which is n sub-district,
and an account of other slight
technicalities incident to the man
ner in which the election was hejd.
it is very evident the validity nnd
the filial outcome of the issue will
A MOTHER IN ISRAEL
Passes To Her Reward When Mrs.
Jake Russell Lipases River.
.Mis. Jake ltussell died ut her
home near Hiistoiivillc Saturday
morning July 27th, nfler a lingering
illness of tuberculosis. Although
her death camu. not une.Dected, us
she had been ill for several months,
sti'i her loied ones unit Friends can
not help being filled with grief over
her lo-s, for a dear Christian moth
er she was and truly uoiie knew her
hut to love her. At nH times hhc was
willing to sacrifice what was dear
to her for the sake of other. She
alwayi, hml a word of cheer and en
couragement to those iu trouble.
Mrs. ltussell had been u member
of the Hustonville Christian church
for years, nnd her beautiful Chris
tiau life and character should be nu
example for all, who knew her.
Sirs, ltussell was in her 07th year
and wns .Miss Ellen Powar, of Cas
ey comity before her marriage to
Sir. J. II. ltussell some 52 years ago.
She is survived by her nge'd husband
who is a veteran of the Civil war,
having served n number of vwirs
lis n member of the First Kentucky
Cavalry, in thu Union army, also
two sous, Messrs. C. C. and W. A.
ltussell, of Hustonville, ami several
grandchildren, to whom she was tho
same as a mother. Tho fmiernl ser
vices were t'oidiietcd ut the laic
home by Hev. Willis, .f Hustonville.
aftei which all that was mortal of
this good mid noble woman was laid
to rest in the Hustonville cemetery.
Slay the deur Father, who has
power to take and to give life, com
fort the sorrowing' husband unci
chihlien iu this dnik hour of gloom.
Standing In L. L. Sanders' Contest.
Sirs. W. I). Kewliina frj.',177
Miss Lillie (Inrner ,. 41."..r(10
Sirs. Dove (Inrner 4L,2.fl;)(l
Slis Minnie llolmau ... . :ir,",:i!)8
SliU Susip Ilutt ''80,7."il
Sliss Kvii Fletcher U79.4tl'J
Sliss libi Lee Campbell .... I7(l,:i40
Sliss (Veil Oiiruer 1.17.800
Sliss Slahahi Howard 52.070
Sli lloithn Itogers 40.51I4
Jliss Ites Heynolds. 3!),70
Sliss Nell Davis '2,702
It is said that the Progressive
party will probably o upon (he
ballot in Kentucky in November un
der the picture of Roosevelt.
NEGRO DRIVER IREAKS
HIS RACK AND DIES
Overestimated Space Retween Top
Of Doer and Lead of Straw
With Horrible Results
George Urown, n iKgro who hns
been working for the Embry broth
ers on tho Lancaster pike for some
time, died Friday, h the result of in
juries received Tucsdny, when be
struck the top of tho big doorwny
nt the entrance- to Ntinnellcy stock
yards, while driving iu with n lond
of straw. He bud overestimated tho
spneo between the top of tho door
nnd the height of his lond, and driv
ing from the top of the load, was
struck, iiinshed down uiul fearfully
The negro's back wns broken two
ribs cnvcil iu, one penetrating n lung
and ns n. result of the broken back,
his body wns pnralyzed completely
from the waist down.
Drown was regarded as a good
negro mid wns u good "hnnd" on
the fiirm. He was about 45 yenrs
of age, nnd is survived by a wife
nnd two children.
May Soon Be Supplied Local Elec
tric Power Users.
General Munnger George L. Pen
ny, of the 8tmiford Water Light &
Ice Co., is working bard upon the
proposition of furnishing u 'Jl-houv
electric- current to Stanford con
sumer. He has been making trips
of investigation to a number. of
cities where the "juice" is supplied
till the dny around as well us nt
uicht. nnd believes that the time is
not fnr distant when it will be a go
in Stanford. He is now getting eT
tiinates from vnrious electric sup
ply houses as to the cost of instal
lation ut! whatever additional ma
chinery will be necessary to com
plement the already splendid equip
ped plant which his company pper
Sir. Penny has nbout come to the
conclusion tbnt a day current can
be inndo n paying proposition here.
Just as soon ns the people under
stand and appreciate its possibili
ties, it undoubtedly will prove pro
fitable. Not alone will it supply the
motive energy for large power ucrs.
hut the opportunity for cooling iu
the summer with electric fans, elec
tric heaters in winter, electric wash
ing machines, electric sewing ma
chines, motors, tonsters, percolator.
is sutficient to provide nu extensive
patronage, once the use- t'i which
the mysterious power can be put,
nre understood. A prominent con
tractor says be wants n tcn.horse
Mwer motor to operate a small plan
ing mill, ns soon as the power can
bp had. Ho visited Danville and saw
the electric motors doing all the
work for a big planing mill there,
nnd will install one ju-t ns soon as
he can get the current iu the day
time. Several other big power users
have also arranged to cut out gaso
line engines entirely when the day
curient can be obtained.
Sir. Penny hopes to have arrange
sseuts completed so that the current
cnu be put to work by caily spring,
if not before tbnt.
Some Election Aftermath
Prof. J. W, Dinsmore. of lierea,
the republican candidate for con
gress, who hud no opirositiou for the
nomination, polled only 240 votes iu
the county last Saturday. The
(iiiestiou now being asked about him
is whether he is u Tuft or a Hoose
The ofllciul count iu Lincoln show
ed that llu rch received 0DI majority
over Puryear, one more than was
Hist reported; Sullivan got 83 votes
in the county instead of 82, as tlrst
given, mid llohlam's plurality for
( ircuit Clerk was 1,0. Iu tho re
publican magisterial nice at Crab
Orchard, a typographical error gave
Judge Cultoii 101 votes when it
should luive been 10 votes. Slarsh
nll New laud, the democratic candi
date there, who was without opposi
tion, polled 120 votc.
Voters had little trouble in "get
ting onto" the primary ballots. Ono
voter at Kowland, however, is re
ported to have declared that he bad
never voted anything but the
straight democratic ticket iu his
ife, and he dodu't niopose. to begin
to scratch now, so he put one cross
under the oo-tcv and let it go at
Harvey Helm got every vote foi
congress in the Shelhv City precinct
in Doyle county. Not one was re
corded against him. Going some.
Down iu Adair county the Helm
leaders and the Sullivan workers
entered into nu agreement that
neither .uile would use nny money to
buy voter. Doth stuck rigidly to
the ntriecment, nnd as u result, tho
picking for the "Hunt'' was rutbor
slim there. This is u stand that is
bound to como iu every election be
fore long. What's the mattiy with
having biich an agreement among
the candidates before the county
primary next vearT Mote of this
An announcement of interest to
i our community Ls on Tuesday Aug.
,20. Dr. C. W. Sommcrvillc, of
I Clurksvillc, Tcnn., will arrive- to con
duct protracted services nt the
Prcshytcrinn church. Dr. Sommor
villo's prenehing aroused much in
terest when ho preached hero Inst
yenr. All cordinlly invited to
attend all the services.
Messrs. Hugh and Walter Iiluiu
arrived Saturday for n visit to Hev.
C. It. Bluin.
Sfcsdnmes J. A. Hammonds mid
It. L. SIcKechnio wero in Stanford
Slisscs Maggie and Willie Allen
Wcfe in otAlifttld fur it sbuit tim'e
Sirs. F. F. Snnddgc nnd charming
daughter Sliss Laura, were here
shopping Slonday afternoon.
Sliss Pok v Cincinnati, is the
guest of the Susses Allen.
Sir. H. L. SrcKechnie, of Mont
gomery, Ala., joined hirf wife here
Ihursduy for a visit to Sir. and Sirs,
J. A. Hammonds.
Sir. Clintlcs Warriner, of Chatta
nooga, is visiting his nunt, Sirs. Wil
Sirs. Wallace Steele, of Kllisburg,
was here for a short tune Saturday
Slessrs. Jones Dnughmnu and
Randolph Coffey, )f Slorelmul, weie
Col. Geo. D. Wenthorford attend
cd the fair at Danville Thursday.
Sir. Grimes Deuzlcy was he.'c for
a few hours Thursday.
Slis Frances SIcClure, of Lexing
ton, is the guest of Sliss Annie Floyd
Sir. James Deck, of New Castle,
is with the homefolks for u few
Denver Nenl has returned from a
visit to Tom Back in New Castle
Slisses Lelia nnd Annie Belle
Wheeler have arrived for n visit to
Sir. nnd Sirs. Charles Wheeler.
Judge Lincoln Wells, of Liberty,
was hero for a few lours Thursday.
Sir. and Sirs. T. A. Heynicrson, of
Kllisbuig, was here shopping Thurs
day. Sir. nnd Sirs. R. L. McKechnie,
SIises Hose nnd SInrgarct SrcCor
innek nnd Dr, Kdw-ord Alcorn at
tended the Danville, fair Friday.
SINs Eddie T. Carenter visited
Slis Pearl Faulkner ut Dnnvil!cthis
Sliss Eddie T. Carpenter, visited
Sliss Slargaret McCorniuck last
Sirs. Will Itiffe is the guest at
Crab Orchard Springs for two weeks
SIer. Chns nnd, Frank North
spent last week camping and fish
ing on the Cumberland river.
Sliss Irvine, of Louisville, is the
guest of Rev. mid Sirs. Surles.
The .Misses Aliens hnve for their
guest Sliss Pope, of Cincinnati.
Sliss Alma Darker ha returned
from an extended visit to Knoxville.
Slessrs. Sylvester Newton und
Thomas Ncwbers attended the dance
at Junction City last Wednesday
Sliss Sfuttie Lipps has returned to
Oklahoma where she will nguui
Sir. C. T. Dohon, of Lebanon, was
the gut of Sir. and Sirs. G. C.
Itiffe last week.
Sirs. Katherine Culberson, of
Covington, is the guest of her sister,
Sirs. II. II. Camnitz.
Sliss Larry SI. Alcorn, of Chica
go, hns returned from Hugo, Okla..
where she visited her brother. J. G.
Sliss Beitbn Ends most chnnu
ingil entertnined Tuesday evening at
their pictty country home' for her
visitor. Sirs. Carlisle Norfleet. of
Slayor J. SL Wallace, Col. Edward
Dillehay and Sir. Flagg, of Danville,
were registered at the Weatherford
Hotel Slonday evening for dinner.
Sirs. Slary Logan celebrated her
81st birthday on last Momluv her
guests were: Slis. Jock Dosley aged
7!l, Sliss Sarah Curtis aged un
known, .Many useful and handsome
present wore received.
A Splendid En'rtalnment
Tlie Olde Folke'fc Concert ut the
Opera House last Thursday night
was enjoyed by all who wew pres
ent. It win, given under the uuspiccs
of the ladies, of the Pie.sbyteriaii
chinch. Those who took part woiu
old fashion costumes, which furnish
ed it great deal of' amusement lis the
most of the costumes were so old
they weie ridiculous. Sir. J. ('. Sic
Clary who wa instructor of concert
deserves much prai.-e for ho cer
larulv carried out hi pait well.
Slisscs Pat Alcorn, Slury lliggiiis,
uiwl Jennie Wurieu also deserve
mention. Thu solos that were sung
by Sir. Charles Osborne, of Knox
ville, nnd Slisses Slury Klinbeth
Walts, of Louisville, mid Elizabeth
Ilk-gin were thoroughly eujoved bv
all. The ladies of the Presbyterian
church lire very grateful to pll, to
all who helped them.
George D. Florence attended n
meeting of the republican state cen
tral committee at Louisville, us the
Eighth district member. A number
of contests were passed upon.
PLUCKY YOUNG LADY "
HELPS WITH PLOWING
Miss Annie Barnes, of Preachers
ville Section, Proves Herself
A Splendid "Hand."
Pranchcrsville, Aug. 8 This sea
son, liko .several others preceding it,
laborers hnve been very scarce, nnd
the fnrmcrs hnve had a serious
problem beforo them. Several o
tho plucky young Indies have help
ed out in the pinch by helping in tho
liny nnd riding cultivators in the
corn field. Ono of these, Miss An
nie hzrr.cz, deserves especial men
tion. She is just 15 yenrs old but
bravely volunteered to plow. Re
monstrances did no good, nud sh
wns scnted on a cultivator nnd rid
ing bnck nnd forth across the field.
It was soon demonstrated that she
could handle u tenm and plow as
well as n man. The field which she
cultivated looks us well, or better
thnn somo nenr by which were cul
tivated by the men.
Slfcs Bnmes is the voungest
daughter of the late and lamented
Thomas Barnes and since tho death
of Sirs. Daniel Nnvlor, has made heir
home with Sir. Navlor's daughter,
Sirs. Sam Ramsey. Tho young lady,
besides being a good band with a
team, is also greatly interested in
her studies and is making fine progress.
A. J. HA YD EN DEAD
Former Resident, of Lincoln and A
A.. J. Hayden, one of tho best
known and most highly esteemed
citizens of Boyle county und a form
er Liucolllite. died nt liU linmn noni.
Danville Wednesday after an illness
of six months duration of a compli
cation of diseases. Hp m 7') in
of ago, lacking only one week.' Sir.
uujucn was a native or Wayne
county. From there be moved to
Lincoln county and eight years ago
he moved to Boyle where, with his
estimable faniilv. Iu. im.i 0;.. ,
si.Ieo1, hnvmg purchased tho Sim
.uoore piace near JJunville. Deceas
ed had been a memlmr nf II... ri,.
tian church for many rears. In ac-
coru wiui tlie reonest of the deceas
ed, the funeral win hM nt n. -..
in Buffalo, cemetery this afternoon
at 3 o'clock and the services were
conducted by Rev. J. G. Livingston,
oi .rao urciinru, who was a life
Sir. Ilnvilen u cim-:fA,1 I... 1.;.
wife who.isii sikter of Joseph Cof
fey, oLihis; eity, and five children
ChnrW'ffiivrfpii. of r.mtwv.'ti.. ...!
Joe, Shelby, Minnie and Bettie. of
Boyle. He is also survived by' his
niece, Sliss Allie Haydeu, whom he
reared from'rinfuuny. Sir. Uayden
wns one oHfaiuvst substantial citi
.... .,v,.uu uuu in-, ueaiu is
n severe loss, itie bereaved family
is extended tile sincere srmtnlliv n
the community iu their dark hour of
Mail And Passenaers On Airship.
Stone Haibor, N. J., Aug.8 Mar
shall Earl Reid flew from Oeemi
City to Stone Harbor, a distance of
twenty miles currying u passenger
and the United State mail, in twenty-nine
minutes. It w.i li firt ,
Noven scheduled flights, which if
earned out, wilt be the most itu
poitaut demonstration of possibili
ties of mail and passenger service
by the neroplane ever given. Geo.
S. Gassner, secretary of the Acn
Club of Pennsylvania, which ar
ranged the flights, was at the land
ing. He said the ueru club is inter
ested in showing the practical value
of the aeroplane, and this currying
of mail nnd passengers show great
possibilities. "We have brought 'tho
mnil in one-twentieth of the time nnd
the iwsscnger in less Hian onc-hnlf
the time usnully required' he said
When the flving machine has been
perfected I believe that aerial trans
portation of mails mid passengers
"ill be iu general use."
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