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FOUNDED 18G0. 03d YEAH. NO. 70.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TCESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1012..
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
Fir Oor Commtinlfy This Stason
i Notibd Om.
A Feast of Good Things In Enter
. tainments That Will Not Only
: Entertain, but Instruct
,' and Inspire.
A fwwt of co thine In entertain
fianta that wilt tint only entertain, but
Instruct sod Inspire, has been nrrauged
for our community this neaton. Tlio
Xycura course Is becoming more nml
ore n pcriimncnt Institution In every
town nnd city
Rome communities which lime bail
Lyceum coume for je.irn IkmsI of u
larger per rent of their young people
Id collogrs thnn towns of olinltnr Ue
In the same toortlltlct which have not
maintained n count. Mnny of our na
tional problems, now considered para
mount. wn first presented In n forci
ble manner to tho American people
from tin) Lyceum nnd Chautauqua
platform. Much alao linn Itccu done to
lerate music and the entertainer'-, art
from these platforms and to ubollMi or
decrease the attendance upon mediocre
and questionable shown.
The course of entertainment which
re to appear hero thli lenann I 1 looked
throujth the Iledpatb Lyceum llureau.
the olden nnd largest Lyceum In the
world. Tbi course will consist of tlM
The noyds bnvc tilled htindml of
vngagements during the heternl iast
jensons Their vxtendtsl experience In
many Mate and lefore critical nnd
popular iiudleiices hns given their work
an excellence nnd a llnlsli lli.it can le
olitnlned in tin other wn
Thdr rqiilrt'iiitnt of tbemole nre,
of the ery highest. Of Hue musical
culture, tlwy give nn eftilug's enter
tainment of real worth th.it wlnspniNe
from the most exacting nnd et i-iieli
jis U eqnall etijojed by those who nn
not inuslclans In n word, they pre
ent not only progmnis that nre high
class, but pnisnuii that pltii.
lloth nn l:iiil-tH mid mt'oinpanlits;
toth nre singer" Mr IIomI U one of
the cleierrwt of render-, nnd tin Iwo
present In eotiiu' hletelie that me
s;x feeding lr lntirelliiK mid nltriietlw.
One feature of tbelr niu-b il pro
vnini that b-i pro'ed u-y Hipul.ir Is
4i group of old songs that were fuvor-
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ot the tlner of sacred helectloim. I
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THE FRATERNITY GLEE CLU1.
Tho program of the I'mfernlty (lie
Club Is clonr rut, nt times Indulging in
the song, yell und nctlon of the nth
letlc field nnd nt other moments pic
turing tho Informal but more serious
gathering at the fraternity house nnd
finally closing with nn exceptionally
bright nnd captivating llttlo sketch
written e.nrlnlly for this company
oillisl "Oilh'ge Iwjk"
The I'mternlly ! Club wHI make
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rltory the tistno n nlrendy known nml
stands for quality nnd nctJon In malt
The fraternity Glee Club wns orgnn
Ized nnd coached by Itnlph Dnntmr.
who for year, baa been Identified with
the famouii Dunbar Quartet nnd Hell
IHngers nnd who Is now giving his en
tire time to company organizing.
THE D08TON LYRICS.
The lloston Lyrics loaprlso n trio
which tirownt. n delightfully vnrlcd
program of vocal nnd Instrumental mu
sic, rending nnd enrtoons. Tlio Instru
ments used lucludo n cornet, trom
lmnn nnd iiIkd that Interesting Instrti
ment known ns n mnrlmbnphone. Tlio
meinlKT nf Hit trio nre Fl.ivol It. Jor
dan, Jr,, Cnrolyn Jordan nnd llcrthn
Lt yir th Lyrle uppnnrpd nt sr
John's Military Acndemy nt Delnllold,
Wis. This .iciir tlie Lyrics were re
quested to return, but bad no date
nvnllnblu. finally the nendemy took
them on n Sunday ditto In order to get
At tlio Seattle Y. M. C. A. n return
dnto was also desired, but was not
nvnllnble, nnd a Sunday program wns
At Nnshvlllo, Tctin.. where one of
tlio greatest Lyceum coure In Amer
ica Is held In nn niidltnrlum seating
3,000 people, tho lloston lories appear
ed nnd were encored time nnd time
the MUSICAL FAVORITE8.
The Musical 1'nvorltcs. another nurn
tier on this fortlicomliig course, for ver
satility hne few equnlM. They will
play on the iwixiiphotic. xylophouc. pi
uno. violin, cello, tlm-e bnnjos nnd
three mandolins, while Arthur I.ove
still further vnrli- Ibf program with
his poems nnd readings The conipnni
comprises four eoplt-Arihur hup
Lena I- 1-ote. (ieorge L. Mt'Neiury nnd
Nina McNemry. Mr l.ove for ear
gave nn entire evening's entertainment
hlmelf In vocal nml liiMrtunent.'il mu
sic nnd humorous nelis'tliins many of
them being his own lompo-dtluti
EUQENE LAURANT, MAGICIAN.
Eugeno Lnurnut, who recently ha
leen especially honored by his fellow
magicians us well ns the public. Is one
of the most notable magicians of whom
this country 1ms out boasted. At the
meeting held In New York In 1012. nt
tended by 1100 magicians, he w:m dec
orated with a medal, and Inter at the
meeting of Chicago maglcl.ttis he re
ceived another gold medal
Lnumiit pnetitn ninny original crea
tions In both magic and Illusions, lie
tarries two nxlst.mts nnd, of course,
n very large amount of baggage. Lati-
I rnut'" prsrain I- dhWed into three
runs ns nearly us possible t. hoiu
Tho Intermissions tin- no- g. tun
the pianist tills thei with li....i,niuse
The tlrst fe.it tin U il flower prelude
This h not u Utile single tlowef trick
such us many uuiglclaiis oiler but eon
sUts of tuer thirty tl.e separate nml
distinct flower effects, blended Into one
pretty little net. nml Is used only us
nu Introduction to the show proper.
Tollowlug ihls'preliidi Mr. Lnurant
Introduces his latest tenluies of sleight
of hand etc.. oeeupvluc nbont thlrt
tniiiniis at IIiIh nolnr s riftiv tioveltT
will bo offered In his new French trick,
entitled "The Mystic Lo Cbapeau."
Lturant'i new, startling UIusIoji to
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LAURANT'3 WONDERFUL HAND3.
This latest mjstery has been especlallj
built to replace his great mystery. "The
Witch of the Klamc." It Is entirely
different in every way. "The Soldier,
the Priest and the Devil" is a combi
nation of effects during which Ijiurant
assumes three characters at nluiost one
ond the same time. An escape Is made
In full view, nnd instantly nu appear
ance is made In tho person of "the
In the "Wizard's Supper." which Mr
Lnurnut present, the nudlence is treat
ed to many dishes of magic cookery.
MAGICIAN LAURANT AND HIS AS
SISTANTS. Dnto for the fne numbers of the
eimri which nn t.i In given in
Shiiifuiil an as follows:
October L'2 The Iloyds. in song
November .'10 -Lnurnut. the Magi
cian. December X Ho-toii Lytic.
Jan. "JS. Miis-ii-at l-'avtiitte-.
Feb. il'- Fraternity (iltv Club.
Ue-eived sent tickets for (he cu
ttle course nu now on sale at I'en-
Ding Store at r'J.oO and if'J.IIO
f.ir lln entile eoitte. Seat tuny be
lo-oi ed for (ho five numbers at
the lime tickets aie secured. No
higher class H- nf entertainer- has
ever been offered at the opera house
here. Quite n number of seals lino
.ilrendv been bought. Tho-i who
I'ltne tickets first obtain choice of
Standinq In The Richardson
Store's Diamond Rinq Contest
Mis- Lttev McConl ..
Miss Georgia Well ..
Mi-s Annie Allan, . . .
Mi Ilattie Leigh ...
Ali-s Alma t'o-by .. . .
Min Flora Minor . . .
Mis Laura Kelley . . .
Miss iiui Lyons ', . . .
Miss I'aulini Taylor .
Xlis Grace Jelliies .
Miss Mamie Jones . . .
Mi. La Yinia McGruw
Mi-s Alice Dm bam ..
Mis Doiuibelle West .
Mis HcssL Wiight . .
-Mi-s Susie Itohutt ...
Mis Lula Seivell . . .
Miss Mary Heck , . . .
Miss Doru McAiicloy .
Miss Hlauclie Dunn . .
Miss Christine Noskn .
MLib Mary Cluiksou .
Miss Elsie Alstott ...
Miss Anah l'ruitt ....
Miss Clara Martin ...
Miss Gracie Luwson .
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, . 2:1,000
Miss Elizabeth Carter
Miss Josie Walker
Mis Fied.i Seltsmer
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DEMOCRATS URGED TO
HELP IN GOOD FIGHT
Camden Says the People Must Not
Depend Upon Interests To
Put up Campalan Money
At a mcvliux of n majority x) the
ileinocrulit: editors o Kentucky with
Cliuirtniiti J. N. Cntmlen, of the
Suite Ciimpuign committee in Louis
xillo SutiiTiltiy, it wus itniirchbctl
iitwm tin, finttilrv liii.wsiumcr men
how fomplctely the battle to elect
Wilson nml Mai shall is in the hands,
of the people themselves. Contri
butions from the big interests mid
corporations nro not being accepted,
mid the iiiTisiirv expensesof the
campaign must be furnished by dem
ocrats themselves. It is a light lor
tho people, und they must furnish
lln wneivs of war to wage it. Chair
man f'nindcn cogently dcscribid the
situation in his addtess to the cdi
tots in part as follows:
"We did not realize beforo ns we
do now, that el cry campaign fin
anced by the incorporated interests
was in effect a deadly blow to the
development of patriotism in the1
Ameiicau people. The ' Republican
party i responsible for this con
dition for it, has been a vast com
mercial body out for leveiiue only,
and those interests which contribut
ed most liberally to its success re
Jx'ived in it-tinii Ihe largest measure
ol protection through the provisions
of ils laiiff Inns. I can hardly be
lieve that the corporations them
Pclie foresaw tho results of their
liberal contributions', for I am sure
that no set of men could be found
who with that end in view could In
such deliberate traitors to their
When wc now pome to think nbottt
it, the Democratic party docs not
want ils campaign financed either
on a charitable or on a philanthro
picnl bai. You gentlemen of the
press can make it easier for the dis
trict, county nnd precinct chairmen,
if you will make it plain nnd inspire
the Deinocrnev with the thought
that there will be no money furnish
ed from henddttarters to pnv men lo
.ote, or politely translate, there will
be no moiifv for the purpose of see
ing that "the vote is gotten out" or
"for taking can of the floater!";
that the Democrats are expected to
vote because they believe in the prin
ciples of their party because they
love it. becaue they believe it to
the safest nnd best expression of
government lor our country. Let
iw hope Hint the shifting f the res
ponsibilit. ,.f fiiiuiifiui' Hip ,...,
pmgn from the intcre-l to the shoul
ders of the peope will pound the knell
of "peanut polities."
The American neonlo have been so
busy developing our national resour
ce, oiiening mines, laying out towns
and citie. building railways and
factories, and Mihjiignting the for
est und other great ugeiieie neces
sary to promote modern civilization.
that they aie jut waking ut to the
fact that our political parties bale
been carrying 011 a charitable bitsi
li", so fur a our citirenliip has
been concerned, which if peritcd
in. will eiciitually enervate and en
slave the will of the electorate. A
btfstnc. Poii-isting of begging, bar
tering nml coercing funds to run
their campaigns, wliieh the i'.divid
wil citizen should tnke pride in
furnishing themselves, r,n,l u.x
'iioniit tealopsly Kimrtl a. their
special personal prerogative and
It i aid that the American people
love fair play, an, I believe it. It is
also said. Hint we nre a courageous
nation. I believe that also, for one
of these conditions cannot exist
without the other. Now. no xine
would cv,.r accuse its, n n people.
01 oeiug iiucKiieatied and a nation of
1001. men let u. 11 n people, drop
pretense, be honest with outselves,
and look the situation now confront
ing us squniely and frankly in the
V100.' ' 1,nvu ,'l"'",e lls " stan-dnrd-benrer
n man ,f the highe-t
intellectual mid moral percent ion
and tleielopment, which i, ,my
matcher by hi. high courage, lie tells
': positively that he has not and
iwll not accept campaign money
I10111 lticorpoititcd interest. Every
one kiioiv-h that it Hikes u good sum
ol money to conduct national cam
I'aigtis t. so ).. ,lat Wo(((U
ion; Wilson and hi immediate a
sociates ought not und pcihaps can.
1'i.t pay these bill.. Now having elita
mated the corpoiations mid tittsts
tioni contributing t u,0 t.altl,.,i;,n
lunt , if the tank mid file do not
discharge their obligation to them.
elve and their party by contii
billing to tbi fiuid. what ha the
National Committee left to look to?
there i. only one clas left, that
is, the iich people. Now, 1 waru
you in all earnestness that if lhee
campaign expenses nre left to be
paid by a limited number of rich
people, insteud of by all tho people,
the country will not greatly be im
proved. There will Himuly bo 11
slutting of the scenes. The" demn.
gogues will hold forth nnd inflame
the masses nguiust the nch, nnd you
know, gentlemen of the nress, thnt
would not Im fair piny. W'e do not
wnnt to tnkc n htcp Hint would breed
luile nml tliscontciit lictwecn tho
rich nnil poor throngliotit tho laud.
Also it is Manifestly clear thut if
tlio few pny tins debt they will bo
depriving the mnny of tho unusual
nnd rare opportunity of further
deepening and brontlcniii" tlieir na
tures, and increasing their love of
country. If tlicro is not 'love of
country in n mini's heart something
of nn opposite feeling will erepp in
und tnkc ita plnce. Indifference to
or hate uf country, which is nnoth
vr ".,"d f,.,r llnrcl'y. It is only by
frervico tnul we can mcrcaao or
make grow our love for home, for
miinkind or for country. W'e laicw
that the person who helps nnd serves
his friends, loves them. Also that
the man who gives loving enro and
thought for his family has his na
ture enriched nnd blessed by a strong
nnd deep love for home. So. that
man who serves his party and coun
try by actually contributing to its
support und giving to it his personal
service will cxperienco a new love of
party and country, which in tlrn will
pi oie the bulwark and stability of
our form of government.
Woodrow Wilson stntids before
the tuition ns a magnificent example
of patriotism and exalted courage.
Let us on our part uphold him with
crptal energy, courage and efficiency
mid see that he is not left to the
humiliation of asking his persjiial
friend tv pay our candidate out of
The seasoned politicians laugh nt
the idea of the .successful fruition
of populnr subscription. Ten years
ago we would have agreed with them
but. gentlemen of the pres of Ken
tucky, the Democratic Party cnll.
on yon to make it as clear as the
noonday sun to the people, that this
pottlnr subscription is a test of the
enlightened nnd patriotic manhood
of the country. I?y that test it will
be known if the people nre really
ready nnd desirous of taking charge
of their own government.
Honor Roll of
In response to the appeal fo pub
lic spirited citi7ens to co-operate
with Woodrow Wilson in his intcn
tt'on to accept no money from self
seeking interests, in the financing
of the campaign, the I. J. has open
ed an Honor Roll of thoe citizens
who lire willing to ns-it in the good
fight. Cheek should be made pay
able to W. O. Davis, Tien., and all
received will, be acknowledged by
the I. J. in these columns and for
warded to the campaign treasurer.
Contributions so far received are:
II. C. Carpenter
Shell 011 Sau f ley
Is Given New Methodist Pastor at
Service Sunday Night.
The tuiiiistei and various con
.res.itiohs of Xluiiford gave He v.
S. 11. Giver, the ueiv pastor of tho
Methodit chinch. ! iwuin wclcnm
al that church Sunday night. The
other chinches gave way to Hev.
Giecr and after he had preached a
stiolig sermon on Siiiumiii. Hev.
Mi nee, of tin l'lesbyterian church,
and Hev. I). M. Wnlker. of the
Christian church, extended him 11
mot hearty welcome to the city.
Rev. .lone, of the Haptifc church,
wa physically unable to attend the
service but phoned the new pastor
that hi nnd hi congregation were
more than delighted nt having so
gtiod and stioug u man locate in
Rev. Greer was very much moved
by the kind words of the preachers
und in a brief talk he expressed his
delight he had been sent to labor
among such good people as ho knew
Dinsmore's Voice Fails Him
li of. J. V. Diiisiiiore, Did Moose
cuudidate for Congress in this dis
trict, did not speak in Stanford
Saturday night as advertised. It
is snid thnt his oratorical efforts ut
King's Mountain, Crab Orchaid, and
lltistoiiville, put his voice out offiuvidfd into teams, and on the sec-
business, so that he was compelled
tti ) 11 it the stump for u short time,
to permit hi throat to recover, lie
may peak here later.
Why nro Sue Bennett Mcmoriul
school graduates always successful T
Ik'cntibo they acquired character as
well as ability. CG-10.
Quick Settlement, Cash no Discount.
Having lost my baru and contents
by firo on the 20th day of Septem
ber 1012 ut 1:30 11. 111., mid having
settlement made on tho 27tb day of
September 1012 nt 12 o'clock a ra.,
I take pleasure in recommending
Jese D. Wenren, The Insurance
Man, of Stanford, Ky., for the
above nromnt and liberal settlement.
(Signed R D. ITOLTZCLMY.
Who Has The Lucky Ticket?
A tremendous crowd enmo to town
Saturday to see tho drnivinc for the
Ford runnbout which was advertised
to bo given away by Cummins &
Wicnren, tho gents' furnishers. Three
local men drew out the numerals
f 1 om 11 lint, and the lucky number
proved to be 7404. No 0110 in the
big crowd had thnt number, und un
less the owner of tho vi inning ticket
sends it m within .10 days unother
drawing will bo held.
GOOD MAN GONE
Frank Cordier Passes Away
Rowland After Lonq Illness
Frank Cordier, for 28 years posf
dicd at his home Monday morning
aged (JO years. He had been in fail
ing health for a long time. Mr. Cor
dier was u nn tiro of Louisville hav
ing been born on Sept. 25, 1813. He
nas married to Miss Augusta Col
lins in ChrUtiunbuig, Ohio, August
24, 1871, und to this union four
children were born, Mrs. II. C. liar
moil, of Dayton, Ohio, L. S. Cordier,
of Lebanon Junction, J. F. Cordier,
of the same place, and Will Cordier
of this city.
Mr. Cordier fought valiantly
throughout the war, having enlisted
in the 17th Kentucky Infantry. He
came to this county thirty one years
ago and had resided here since. He
was a prominent and respected citi
zen of his community, respected nnd
esteemed by nil with whom he came
in contact, 11 faithful soldier in war
und a splendid citizen in every sense
of tho word, lie wns n life long mem
ber of the Christian church, and a
member of tho Odd Fellows lodge,
under whose auspices the funeral
wns conducted this nfternoon nt 3
o'olock, in Duffnlo Cemetery. Ser
vices were conducted nt the home
by Mr. J. C. McClnry.
High School News
(By James Cooper)
The Freshmen and Sophomores
reoigauizcd the High School Liter
ary Society on lust Wi'due-dny. Mr.
Jesse Docker '10 was elected presi
dent by a few votes, while Miss
Mary M. Ilaney was elected vice
president. Miss Elizabeth HolU
clnw was chosen as becretar1'. The
first urogram to be held in our
school's auditorium will bo the 4th
tiny of October. All are invited to
attend the opening exercises of the
Miss Elizabeth Matheny, '14, has
been absent a few days on uccouut
Mr. Silas Audeison, '10, was ab
sent last week.
The Stanford High School Foot
ball team played the first game uf
the season on the lucal gridiron
Tuesday nltctiioon ugaiust the town
team. Tho game was merely a
practice game, and showed up tho
lii'ih school's new material, however
a usual the score being sixteen to
nothing. Several of tho high school
boys were out of the game, thus ac
counting for tho small score. The
line up and summary is as follows,:
S. 11. S. Left end Will Wood;
left tackle, Scott Hamilton; left
gtiiiiil:. Hi own mid SbnnU; centre,
Will Grimes; right gnatd, Harvey
Wilkinson; right tackle, Joe Hill ;
right end, Joo 1 locker; left half
back, Silas Anderson; right half
hack. Sum Lmbry; full back, Boyco
lluiiii:. fimrter-b.iek Spalding Hill.
Town Team Albeit Holtzclnw,
left end; Winfred Duncan, left tack
le; Eliuont End-, left guard; Walter
Carman, centre; Milton Povro'l,
light guard; lttts-ell Brown, right
tackle. Alfred Ends, right end;
Walter Singleton, left half back;
John Field, light half back; Hay
Powell, full back; Howard Newland,
Touchdown J. Hill; S. Hill and
S. Embiy. Score S. II. S. 10, town
team 0. Goal kivfc J. Hill.
Mr. Harry Fanner '15, was ab
sent hist week. Mis Lucilo Dud
tlerar, MO has been out of school
several days on uccouut of sicklies
nt her sister, Miss Mjirv K. Dud
ilerur, but her many friends will bn
glad to know she is improving mp
Miss Lillio Wilinott, '10 lm beeu
uway from school for 11 day or so.
A debating society was 'organized
by the Junior mid Senior classes mi
last Wcdncstlny. The cln.e were
ond and hist Friday afternoons of
each month the team are to debate.
Mr. Joe Hill i preidetit of the so
ciety and Mis Josephine Carpenter
is to act as secretary and treasurer.
This is something new for our
school. Oar fiist meetiug will bo
held on Friday. Oct. 4th. All kinds of
good reading material are lo be
ordeied so that we might select
beneficial subjects for our debates,
mid might read up on our subjects,
as often ns we can find time.
Abo Hcuick. tho big Clark coun
ty stockman hns announced for the
legislature and says if elected will
bo a candidate for Speaker.
Muhlenburg county went dry Sat
urday by 2,200 majority.
FEARFUL TRAGEDY IN
SOUTH END OF COUNTY
Matt Singleton Returns From In
ana. Kills His Wife and Blows
Out his Own Brains.
Crazed with joalousv nnd des
pondent thnt his divorced wife was)
iibotit to wed nnother, Matt Single
ton shot her to death at her home
four miles south of McKimicy this
county, Friday morning. He then
sntj down, according to nil indica
tions, und wrote three notes, tolling
of bis deed, nnd when they wero
finished blow out his own brains.
One of tho letters wns to his two
sons, Elmer nnd Ycrnoti Singleton,
and requested that thsy bury their
parents, side by sido in the cemetery
at Eitbanks. Another note was to
the Rev. George Thompson, asking
that ho conduct services over the
graves, and third was to Thomas
Lee. father of his divorced wife.
Singleton had made his home in
Indiana for the past few years. Last
Spring his wife secured n divorco
from him on the ground of abandon
ment. Rumor had it that she had
been in correspondence with a inaa
in Ohio whom she wns soon to mar-
l.v. singleton returned to tlie com
munity where he hud lived, a short
time ngo, nnd the report of Mrs.
Singleton's approaching marriage
to another man reached him. He
brooded over the news, and Friday
morning went to flic homo of J. R.
Nelson at Eubank, nnd borrowed a
pistol, saying that he wns going
squirrel hunting. Instead he went
to his former home, where his ex
wife was living.
It is believed from the condition
in which things Were found, that
she wns kindling a fire in the stova
in tho kitchen to get dinner, when
he entered the house. It is thought
that he stole up and shot her with
out saying a word, as the bullet
which ended her, life entered the
back of her head, and it is apparent
that! she sank To tho floor dead in
her tracks. Then it w.13 that Single.
ton sat down to a table, and wrote
the notes before he took his own
life. He told his boys good-byo in
his letter to them, stating thnt his
time had come to leave this world,
nnd that he wished they wOitfd lay
him by the side of his wife in tho
Elmer Singleton, who had made
his home with his mother, had left
home earlier in the day, and was
working clearing out some timber
some distance from the house. He
did not hear any shots, nnd it was
not until he came home for dinner
thnt he discovered the double trag
edy. A neighbor living a short dis
tance away had heard the shots. Ho
said that there seemed to be an in
terval of about thirty minutes be
tween them, which would account
for tho time that elapsed between
the death of Mrs. Singleton, nnd
Singleton's b,elf destruction, which
was occupied by him in writing his
Young Mr. Singleton was pros
trated by the sight that met his
eyes as he -stepped into the house.
He speedily notified neighbor, and
hi brother, Yemen Singleton, who
is employed by the Cincinnati South
em railroad at Danville. Tho latter
V't-iil to the scene nt once, and in
fullillment of their fnther's desires
laid their parents, side by side iu
the cemetery nt Eubanks after service-
in the church b- Rev. Ball and
nt the cemetery by Rev. Thompson.
Both the young men, who nre well
liked and highly respected by all
who know them, have the sympathy
of all in their hour of grief.
Go To Louisville To Attend Grand
W. II. Wenren, J. L. Beazley, John
Englemaii, T. II. End, und Ii. T.
Bruce, went to Louisvillo this morn
ing to attend the Grand Lodge meet,
ii'g of the Knights of Pythias as
delegates fiom Diadem Lodge of
this city. The session lusts three
It is estimated that nearly a thou
sand new member. will be taken into
tho order during the convention,
whiih begins Tuesday and continues
throughout Wednesday and Thurs
day. All officers of the Grand Lodge
will be there and business of itr.por
eauce will be tiuiisttctcd.
Lexington Lodges imidc strenuous
efforts to capture the prize otfeted
by the Giantl Lodge to the subordi
nate lodge, bringing the great it num
ber of candidates to Louisville for
initiation, but from present indica
tions jt looks us though lvv lodge,
of Henderson, bus secured the larg
er number of candidates. Ivy Lodge
has already secured (ill candidate,
which is more than any of the oth
er lodges in the stale have secured.
If vou know of the real value of
Chamberlain's Liniment for lame back
soreness of the muscles, sprains and
rheumatic pains, you should nsrer
wish to be without it. For sal by
O. Iu Penny.