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FOUNDED 1800. G3D YEAR. NO. 80.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. 'FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1012.
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS
WHIPPING POST LAW
PUT INTO EFFECT HERE
Two Youthful Offenders are Soundly
Thrashed ly Their Parents Un
der Court's Authority
Tim whipping post law, relic of.
unle-bellum days, was rovived in
County Judge Bailey's court, Thuw
day when James Grigsby, u negro
jouth who had raided a check on 1'.
L. Hook was nrrnigncd for trial. The
boy's family havc for years been
servants in Mr. Deck's family and
that gentleman, while feeling that
the negro should be punished, niiid
lie gave the. offender up with reluc
tance, n.s ho was n vnlunhle farm
hand. He therefor, nw thn boy's
father and got his consent to nd
ministor u sound thrashing- in lieu of
Mich Hditeneo as might be imposed
liy trial. Judge Bailey readily agreed
to the. method of punishment and the
boy's father, mined wltji a new bug
j;y whip, led forth the culprit, had
liim remove his coat and in thu base
ment of the courthouse applied the
lash with vigor. The boy stood it
without a tremor for a moment, but
us the old man warmed to his task,
the son performed nnous and sun
dry acrobatic fents giving unmistnk
nblo evidence that the licks were
falling with convcitiug power. And
when, at the call, of Jailer Dink
1'anncr for n cessation of host-lities
the case of young Grigsby had been
retty well covered, nnd he went bit
vay, doubtless to hin no more, ccr
tnintv not for tho present.
The next on the program was the
case of Anderson Winn, a H-yeur-otd
negro of near Hustonville. He
luui leveled a pistol at one of his
neighbors, and thinking to cscae
heavier punishment, agreed to take
n whipping. His father was sent
for and agreed to administer the
dose, so the offender, his father nnd
a goodly number of spectators, re
tiiii red to the scene of the Grigsby
nffair and the lash was applied. The
pistol totcr at llrst seemeil ilispo-.ei
io Tecite MeBeth's challenge "Lay,
m, McDuff, and damned be he who
rsl cries uoiu, enougn. ,"!
u'gor of the rod f correction soon
drove all foolishness from him and
be, too went hi way, a sadder but
Splendid Revival at Preachersville
l'reaclicrsville, Ky., October 23.
The piotmeled meeting on at the
ltaptitt church is proge-sing nicely
nr.d an old tiaie revival is assured.
Rev. E. B. English, fonucrly of
Owcnsli.iro, but now of Hartford, is
loing the preaching and every ser
mou is n mighty appeal to sinners,
who aie listening, leaiuiiig anil
trembling. This iciivnl is mceling
with good results, there being 12
m'.ditiions to date, Wednesday. Large
rowds out at each d.iy semee and
each eeliing the crowdt aie twice
v- Inpo, (he dun eh building, large
jis it is, could not accommodate the
large tTowds of Satuidu.i and Sun
day evenings. Tiic hrethieii consid
er this one of the best meetings ever
held at this place. The meeting will
more than likely continue over the
Mr. lltirve CrCss, of Cincinnati,
jiiii Mrs Olhv Cress, of Dayton, ().,
jre giic-ls of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Mr. Steve Curtis, of ('mini id. vis
ited It. T. Luiisfotd and family.
Orovor Kennedy, young son of J.
L. Kennedy, who has been ill, is bet
Itcv. J. E. Itobeits, the popular
pastor of the M. h. chinch, who has
suffered " severe attack of tmisilitis
la able to be out again.
Misses Luna and Jalie llrown vis
ited Mrs. Wiji. Itichard-oti.
Mrs. Green Shaw is visiting Mr.
jind Mrs. T. Y. Shaw.
D. 0 Lewis sold some corn tj W.
II. Cummin, at $2.50 delivered.
Messrs. Elmer I'ayne anil E. L.
floodi, of Etibunks, and their fam
ilies motored over Snturdnyand vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Spangler
r.cnr Beech Orove.
Farm Containlnq GO Acres 5 Miles
From Danville, on Stanford Pike
Ha ring decided to soil my farm
-whicli contains GO acics of fine Bluo
(Iras i Laud, which is in a high state
jT cultivation, nnd which lies about
uiid-wnv between Danville and Stan
ford, on one of the best nik - in tho
state, will offer it to the highest
mid host bidder on.
FRIDAY, NOV. 1, 1P12.
At 10 A. M. Will also sell somo
"household and kitchen furniture, and
-a small amount of stock.
MKS. W. P. HAItRISON,
MRS. IlETTIE E. BADS.
TT. D. Engisb, Auct. 83-4.
FARM AND STOCK NEWS
Eslrny--Red cow and two year
ling steers; weigh about GOO lbs
each. J. T. Rigsby, Crab Orchaid
R. F. D. 3. 80-3
0. A. Oirry sold 100 acres off his
Mercer county farm to I. L. Cloyd,
of Atlanta, III., at $135 an acre.
Hiker, YaiiArsdiill olid S. II.
Graves havn bought the Harrods
burg flour mill from If. C. Smith
t. Sons, paying ,f 13,000 for it.
II. C. Carpenter sold to Rev. J. G.
Rosshait, pastor of tho Reformed
churthes at Otteiihcim and (Iriicu
heiin, n horse mid buggy for iF-00.
Rev. Iloshnrt will use them in hit
A. J. Drown, the mule buyer, pur-,
idiiisoil fur !-vi Kaltrider, of York.'
Pa., nine head of two-yca.Vold I
mules fioin J. D. Litscy of Mercer nt
.I23 each; four from McCIung Mc
Afee, of the same section nt $122.50
rnd 15 j curling hybrids from Van
Carter at .S0 a head.
At Uie big Jersey salo of W. L.
Scott in Shelby county, the nvcrago
price for the entire sale was $211.50
Morocco's l'et, the highest priced
cow, was bought by Dr. Robert We
dekind, of Louisville, for $020, while
Morocco's Champion, tho held bill',
sold for $000 and went to E. II.
Ware, of Douglas, 111.
Thurow W. Jones, the local stock
buyer attended court day sales at
Mt. Sterling Monday. He bought a
bunch of 20 850-pound cows from
Lafp Ilisner nt $3.10. There were
said to bo 5,000 cattle on the market
there. Rest 1,000 pound steers sold
nt G 1-4 cents; yearlings at 53-4c;
heifers from 4 1-2 to 5 c; cows 3 1-2
to 4 1-2 cents; bulls at from 4 to 4
J. N. Cash, plaintiff, vs. John nnd
Sallie Corrilton, defendants.
Lincoln Circuit (urt.
In obedience to a judgment of the
Lincoln Circuit Court rendcrednt its
.May term, 1012, in above styled ac
tion, the undersigned Commissioner
will, at about 1 o'clock I. M. Mon
day, November 11, 1012, County
Cmul dii.v, in froiit of tho court
house door in Stanford, Ky., offer
for sale at public outcry to the high
est and bc-L bidder the following
personal property and real estate
towit: the ier.onalty consists of one
saw mill and engine, being a com
plete Uussell outfit and same being
same rig and outfit sold to the de
fendant John Cnrrilton by J. N.
Cash. The real estate is described
as follows: being in tw-o tracts in
Lincoln county, Ky., on Green river
and bounded on the northeast nnd
west by the lauds of Hrndlcy John
son, on the .southwest by lands of
J. J. Heed, and on the south by lauds
Crim Smith, southeast by binds of
Ben Vest and Joe Peimj baker's
l.eirs, and on the cast liy lands of
John McKee, containing 171 acres,
more or less. Second tract is in
Lincoln county, Ky., on waters of
(Swell river and bounded on the
s"Ulh tint! 'H I'v 'and of John
Vinson; on the southeast by lands
of I). C. Ring.), on the cast and wesf
by lauds of Bradley Johnson and
John llnuy. continuing 35 ucrcs,
mole or less.
Also a parcel containing four
acie-, moie or le-s, nnd same con
vened to defendant John Carriltou
by deed from George l'ulliam nnd
wife, iccoided in deed book 27 pagu
548. Tho personalty will he offeied
first and if not sufficient to satisfy
judgment, then thu leal estate will
be offered as follows: tract 1, 2 and
3. This sale is made to satisfy
plaintiff's judgment for $550 with
interest tlieieou at 0 per cent per
milium from June (I, 1010, with u
ci edit of $10 paid June (1, 1011. Sale
made on credit of si months, bond
with good surety for purchase price
payable to Commissioner, bearing 0
per cent interest fmtii day of sale,
until paid, seemed by lieu and hav
ing force and effect of judgment
will be idpi'ived of purchaser. Oct.
2 J, 1012. 811-3 F
E. D. Pennington, M.C.L.CC.
STOPS SCALP ITCH.
Dandruff and Every Form of Scalp
Disease Cured Quick bv Zemo.
It is simplv wonderful how Zemo
goes nfler dandruff. You rub n lit
tlu of it with tips of tho fingers. It
nets mid down into tho glands,
stimulates them, stops tho itch, and
mnkes "tho head feci fine. No, it
isn't stickv. Zemo is u fine, clear,
vanishing liquid. You don't havo to
oven wash your hands after using
Zemo. Ami whnt u wonder it is for
eczema, rash, pimples and all skin
nffllctions. Zemo is prepnred by E.
W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis,
Mo., and is guaranteed by all drug
gists to give perfect satisfaction,
endorsed and sold in Stanford bv
the Penny Drug Store.
List of Those Who Will Conduct
Presidential Election Here
Tho Lincoln County Board of
Election Commissioners, Sheriff W.
L. McCnrty and Messrs. Gcorgo !)
Florenco nnd W. 0. Gooch have ap
pointed tho men who will conduct
tho election in Lincoln county ou
Nov. 5lh, They are ns follows:
Stnnfoid No. 1, Courthouse
Judge I'hil Niinnellcy.
JudgeJ. W. Acey.
Clerk Dart Luce.
Shuiiff Jas. I Ian is.
Stanford No. 2, Maeksvilb
Judge II. R. Saulley.
Judge Bud lloldcnnaii.
Clerk John Ellis.
Sheriff J. "n.'Woods.
Stanford, No. 3. Engine House
Judge Sam Matheny.
Judge Ed I Inbbii rd.
Clerk--.!. M. Carter, Sr.
Sheriff Geo. J). Florence
Stanford, No 4, Rowland
Judge Lilburn Gooch.
Judge J. B. Wade.
Clerk II. J. Durst.
Sheriff W. I Logan.
Crub Orchaid No 1
Judge Luther Garner.
Judge Call Novius.
Clerk John Kennedy.
Sheriff Lige King.
Crab Orchard No. 2
Judge J. C. Mugce.
Judge Simon I'ctrey.
Clerk C. A. Reed.
Sheriff Jas. Vnnhook.
Wnynesburg, No. 1
Judg( W R. Singleton.
Judge Joe Kootitz.
Clerk -W. D. I). Hays.
Sheriff -John R. Williams.
Wnynesburg No. 2, King's Mtn
Judgt Ben Vest.
Judge Win. Liinc.
Clerk W. C. Alford.
Sheriff W. D. Johnson.
Wnynesburg No. .'I, HMilaud
Judge C. B.
Clerk -E. G.
Hiislouville, NVi. ,1
utiK- n. r. r.wms.
Judge Tom Bell.
Clerk Josi.ih Bishop.
Sheriff Jas. P. Goode.
Hiislouville, No. 2
Judge W. G. Cowan.
Judge W. C. Carson.
Cleik Milt l'cnvyluiusc.
Sheriff Waller McKinney.
Hustoiiville No. 3, Turuersvilk
Judge Thos. Dodds.
Judge Sherman Coy.
Clerk Lee Manning.
Hustouwllc, No. 4, McKinney
Judge R. S. Scuddcr.
Judge, Jas. Yociiui.
Cleik John Elliott.
Sheriff Sam Beck.
Crab Orchard School Honor Roll
Grade I. LaReitio Edmiston, Ce
cil Foley, Bessie Gciszl, Aucil Rut
lege, iiciuiic Siewiud, William Lcd
l'ord, Burnett Sanders, Annie Sin
gleton, Amy Ilii.tt, Aline Newland,
Louisa Wulliii, Annie Steward, Ce
Grade II Aline Collier Hazel
Hunter, A it I ui mi McCarley, Mnry
King, Mary Howard I.illic Martin,
David Buidctte, Dewey Price, Clay
Stewaid, Joseph Hamilton, Uessie
Guide III -Ida Lee Cnmpbzll, Sue
Edmiston, Ada CieUl, Alma Hunter,
Dixie Kidwell, Carrie Martin, Nan
nie Tyree, Evan Edmiston, Edwin
Newlanil, McKinney Nevius, Johnie
Grade IV Winnie Baker, Eva
Geis1, l'caily Ledford, Irene Man
uel, Vivian While, Frank Adams,
Lloyd Butt, James Bailey, Ernest
Campbell, Lloyd Ilami'.tou, Ellio
Grade V- Sam Perkins, Hcndley
Napier, Isom MeCliire, Henry Nil
pier, .Mabel Wulliii, Lucy Smith.
Grade VI Balling Ledford, Mary
Bailey, Nadiiie McCluie, Sallie Bak
er, Ha Hunter, Julia Ilowaid, Grade
Grado VII-Bennie Duke, Joo Tom
Edmiston, John Stevenson.
Grade VIII Anuiu Barnes, Nell
0 h. Myrtle Gciszl, Ethel Gciszl,
Monte. Fish, Jask Perkins, Dee
Grade IX Shiiley Govcr. Hund
Grade X Niiuey Nn pier, Kate
Here is n wonmn who speaks from
personal knowledge and long experi
ence, viz: Mrs. P. II. Rrogaii. of
Wilson, Pa., who says, "I know from
experience that Chnmberlain's Cough
Remedy i3 far superior to anr other.
For croup there is nothing that ex
cels it." For sale by O.L. Penny.
Dig Crowd of Bidders Present An,i
Prices Good Pyles Gets Mill . .
A crowd variously estimated nt
from 350 to 500 people attended the
salo of John S. Murphy on tho Hus
toiiville pike Tuesday. Mr. Murphy
had thoiouglily udteilised his sale
in the I. J. nnd buyers from Boyle,
Pulaski, Casey, Garrard and Lin
coln were present and mndo nearly
every article put up bring a satis
factory price. Copt. T. D. English,
of Danville, cried tho sale, which
means that it was well done. An
excellent sale dinner was set by Mr.
Murphy. Following is a listi of tho
stock, crop, etc sold and the prices
Farming implements Wheat drill
to W. D. Gooch at $27, mowing ma
chine to W. I). Gooch $17, tobacco
setter, Jack Govcr $14.50, cultivator
W. 1. Gooch $G, disc harrow W. D.
Gooch $10.50; turning plow B. F.
Cain $5.50; 21 hemp breaks, in lots
of three, at from 35c to 75c to dif
The sheep were sold in separate
lots, Sherman Coyle getting one
bunch of l(i at $2 a head; another
lot of 5t owes and one buck going
to Anderson Niinnellcy nt $4.25 nnd
thcr lot to G. E. Lutes at $2.G0.
Fourteen 700-pound cattle went
to A. C. Hill at $30.50 a head; steer
cn'.f J. W. Powell $22.50; red steer,'"
! i ... I 11- If !... ... l! I1
1111, IU .1. U. JlDllilKl-I III 'I :i
per hundred; 800-pound cow to ,J.
II. Yowcll nt 4 1-4 cents n pound;
Poland Chinu boar to A. L. Carter
for $7; Berkshire boar to G. W.
Koger $5.50; bull calf Walter Mar
tin $1G; Berkshire sow and pigs to
Rov Spears $20; bunch of 25 hogs
to J. D. Eads and Sons at $G.G0.
Bav brood marc to J. K. Baugh-
mati $140; suckling colt by Gnrraid
Chief Arthur Brown $43; bay brood
mare Vernon Lear $100; mule colt
Burdctte Powell $19.50; two-ycar-uld
filly J. Lee Murphy $87.50; ycar
ing filly Win. Coffey $40; lmy brood
marc Woodson Stignll $00; gray
brood mare G. II. Masters $50; black
work horse J. P. Gann $5G; aged
work horse John Powell $25.75; two
year-old inulo James Stringer $85;
Baled hay in car load lots: one
load to O. C. Prather at $14 a toii.Mime ,,ptter ow
com in JU linrrcl lots, one lot to J.
B. Foster nt $2.30; same quantity
to E. V. Carson nt same figure. This
corn i, in the field; 15 bales of
stiaw to A. Zurbrugg at 17 l-2c. To
bacco crop, Thomas Niinuelley at
Twelve shines of stock in the
Iliistouville National Bank went to',
Woodson Stisiill, of Boyle, at $130.
50 to $141.50. Twenty five shares
of stock in tho McKinney Deposit
Bank were purchased by Win. Cof
fey nt $25. Tlrree rdiares of stock in
the l'nnville fair association went to
Woodson Stigall at $24.
Fifty-two and a half acres of knob
land, lying south of McKinney, went
to Sidney Austin nt $4.40 an ncie.
.Murphy's roller mill, situated at!"lll'sls ,,f 3Ir- u"d Mis. J. F. Ware
McKinney. together with, three acres
of laud adjoining, was bought by C
L. Pyles. of 'Hustonville, for $3,005.
One tract of land containing 55
acres was bought by Tim Hutchin
son, of this place, at $05; another
tract containing 85 acres went to J.
M. Reynolds, of Wnynesburg nt $08.
Each of theso tracts contains a good
dwelling and outbuildings. Tho home
place of 100 acres, was taken down
nt $102.50, this being the bid of
John Carter, of Tiirncrsville.
The Buick automobile wns pur
chased by J. S. Holtzduw, $202.50.
Miss Snrah Elunhcth Johnson,
nnd Simon Petrey, of the East End,
were married Thursday by Rev. T.
J. Godbey, of Crab Orchard. The
bride is the daughter of J. II. John
son, while the groom is n prominent
farmer of his section. They went to
Middlesboro on their hoiievmoon.
Sick headache is caused by u
disordered stomach. Take Cham
berlain's Tablets and correct that
nnd the headache will disappear.
For salo by G. L. Penny.
$25.00 In Gold Given Away ! Mis Nannie Cooper, of Morcland,
R. M. Newland. tho Life and Fire was (he guest of the Misse Back.
Insurance agent here, will give u to-1 Miss Bcttie Logan has returned
bacco show ou the 2nd Monday in f iom Louisville, where she has been
December, court dav. i (,e latest style in dress
Prizes as Follows: I making.
$15 iii told for the best six hands j m,, Margaiet McConnack is vis
of lugs to weigh not less than four ji:,... r.'mnu in Danville.
.7.5(1 for the second best.
$2.50 for the third best.
No trash leaf or red sonsidered
A. W. King, Danville, Kv.. Judge
Toil- ..in. mo !.., .... nn.i
A Mfc HIV t WWII Jfl4WMiv
life insurance. R. M. NEWLAND.
For Local Party When Auto Turns
Over and Throws Them Out
A party of local people had n nar
row escape from death or serious
injury when nn nutomobile in whicli
they were returning home from Lex
ington Thursday clashed into a rock
fuico nnd turned over on its side.
In the party were .Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. McKinney and Mrs. Shclton
Snufley and thoy hud gone to Lex
ington in the morning in John S.
Biiughmnn's car, driven by W.
Hnys. They were about n mile on
the other side of Nicholasville nnd
running nt about 20 miles nn hour,
when n dog ran out nnd was struck
b the car. The impncl 'eeP'ed to
cause tho nuto to swerve and Mr.
Hays lost control of it, so that it
turned side way.s into a rock fence
and rolled over on its side. The oc
cupants were all thrown out, but
luckily none was injured beyond a
few bruised spots. Mr. Hnys had
the presence of mind to throw off the
engine nnd npply the Irrake before
machine toppled over. Mrs. Snutloy
wns thrown clear of the car but the
others would certainly have been se
riously injured if not killed had the
ninchino continued turning over nnd
"turned tin tie.' An examination re
voided the fact that an nxlo was
broken, but little other injury was
done the auto. Tho party caught a
'inciunnti Southern train nt Nicho
lasville and returned home via Dan
ville whee Will Hockcr met them in
his machine nnd brought them home.
Dnn M. Smith, n tenant on Adnm
W. Carpenter's farm, brought an ear
of corn to town which weighed two
pounds six ounces nnd measured
13 12 inches in length. It has 20
rows of grains. The eaioxploitcd
;nn Mliy8Vlle ns banner spec;men
is but a respectable nubbin in di
mensions. Mr. Smith critically se
lects his seed corn on the stalk and
has boQii liwake to the importance
of breeding to a desired type.
Dr. Edward Alcorn and Miss Lucy
Were rd'td to Louisville Monday by
the critical illness of little Katherine
Alcorn Spnlding. We are glad to
know the little one is thought to be
The W. C. T. l met nt Mrs. A J.
Adams' home last Thursday after
noon. The feature of the program
was a report from the state conven
tion that was lield at Mt. Sterling.
I Mrs. J. K. Baughmau was sent as a
I delegate from the local organization
I n H.l I let .01,1.1. , ..,! l-llft Itl'l.la
, ,, ' ,.' ,.
uruumii inu i ifiiieiiuim ,1.-1 ncn t
us all. The local union will serve
lunch on election day, the roceeds
going to the union's pledge fyr the
mountain mission at Hiiidmau.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Herring deire
to expres, (heir thanks to those who
so kindly presented them with a
handsome new carpet.
Mr. and Mrs. Josiuh Bishop are
at Danville tins week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. M'agill, of
Chicago, arc touring the southland
in their car, and were guests of Mrs.
Emmctt MeCormael; last week.
Mr. Hal Jones, of Kansas City,
is here for a few weeks.
.Miss Allie Yuutis leturncd to her
home at Lancaster Sunday.
Mr. and Mis. Robeit M. Tate. Dr.
O. S Williams and Miss Edna Cam-,
nitz motored to Lexington Saturday.
Mrs. George W. Frjo has leturned'
1'omi a trip to Louisville and Leiug
ton, accompanied by Miss Elizabeth
Mr. Jack Newborn will leave soon
for Louisville wheie ho will accept a
Mr. and Mrs. Chares Wheeler ar
rived Friday from Lexington. Mr.
is not able to bo out yet but his
many friends are hoping he will soon
be himself again.
"Mrs. Elizabeth Back, of Johnson
City, Tenn., has been the guest of
Mr! and Mrs. C. M. Back. i
Mrs. Mary Rugby and daughter,!
of Danville visited Mr. nnd Mis. W.
O. Speed last week. Mr. Speed Orr, I
of Covington, visited his uncle, Mr.'
Speed, last week.
Mrs. W. W. Lyons, of Augusta.
Kansas, i, the guest of Mrs. Kin
Mr. Logan Hubble und sister Miss
Miittie Lee Hubble, Messrs. Will
mm ww 1 O
Mnrtiu nnd Bona McKeehme. of
Stanford, nnd the Misses McCor-
mack, of Hustonville, motored to
Mrs. Charles Rogers, of Louisville
nrrived Tuesday for n visit to her
purcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Jns. P. Goode.
Beloved Woman Dies in Indiana;
Buried in Waynesburg Lot
Wnynesburg, Ky., October 23.
Mrs. Sallie A. Gooch, nee Caldwell,
wns born March 19th, 1850 near
Wnynesburg on Fishing Creek nnd
she passed away October 10, 1012,
at Broad Ripple, Indiana. She loaves
four children, namely, Mrs. Charles
Rhodes, and Ollio Gooch, of Broad
Ripplo, Ind., Mrs. Mat) Bryant, of
Somerset and Mrs. Irvin Bell, of
Phoenix, Arizona, one stepson, Craig
Gooch, of this place, two brothers,
John Caldwell, of Colorado, and C.
G. Caldwell, of Waynesburg; three
sisters, Eltrnbcth Singleton, Siisoji
Harness nnd Cynthn Caldwell, be
sides a host of connections and
friends to mourn her loss but wc
mourn not ns thoso who have no
l;ope. Deceased professed faith ill
Jesus Christ a number of yenrs ago
and united with the Old Double
Springs church, of which she wns
:i member nt the time of her death.
Her husband preceded her- to the
other shore about G yenrs. May our
God be gracioii9 to her dear children
und may they as well ns nil her rel
ntives nnd friends prepare to meet
her in a better world.
' Mrs. Gooch wus the daughter of
Hugh and Polly Caldwell, of Fishing
Crock, nnd loved by all. The remains
were brought heTC Friday night, Oct.
18th. The funeral sermon was de
livered by her cousin, W. G. Bnllr of
Missouri, from Revelations, seventh
chapter, 13th to 17th verses, after
whicli she was laid to rest in the
Singleton grave yard by the side of
Mr. W. R. Reynolds, wife and
children, of Bee Lick, visited rela
tives and attended church hero Sat
urday and Sunday.
Rev. W. G. Ball, of Misouri, filled
Rev. C T Clnuneh's regulnr appoint
ment here Saturday and Sunday ns
he was engaged in n series of meet
ings and could not be here.
W. R. Reynolds, of Beo Lick, came
and united with the church Satur
day and was baptized by Rev. W. G.
Mrs. Tom Sullivnn, of Lexingaon,
is visiting her parents.
Mrs. Mat Bryant, of Somerset, at
tended the burial of her mother Mrs.
Sallie Gooch Saturday.
d. II. Dnigh and Mrs. Amanda
Wilson and Fox Beazley and Miss
Grace Wilson went to Lexington and
were married Saturday.
Irvin Bell, of Phoenix, Ariz., for
merly of this place, and Lola Gooch
of Broad Ripple, Ind., were united
in wedlock's holy bonds Tuesday,
October 15th. They will make their
ftitutc home in Phoenix, Ariz.
-Miss Lottie Dye, of Indiana, at
tended the burial of Mrs. Sallie
Mr. Wallace Reynold- left Sunday
Mr. A. L. Foster, wife nnd chil
iheii, Mr. and Mrs. Haydcii Mitchell
and Miss Lulu Cox spent Sunday in
Rev. W. G. Ball nnd w-ife will lenve
Thursday for Marathon, O., to visit
his uncle, Henry Reynolds, before
returning to their home in King City,
If You Have Scalp or Hah Trouble
Take Advantage of This Offer
Wc could not afford to so strong
ly endorse Rexall "93" Hair Honic
und continue no sell it as we do, if
it did not do all we claim it will.
Should mr enthusiasm carry us
away, and Rexall "03" Hair Tonic
not give entiro satisfaction to the
users, they would lose faith in us
nnd our statements, nnd in coiise
(pieiicc our business prestige would
Wo assure you that if your hair
is beginning to unnaturally fall out
or if you have any scalp trouble,
Rexall "03" Hair Tonic is without
iiucstion the best remedy wo know
of to eradicate dandruff, stimulate
hair gioutli nnd picvent premature
baldness. Our faith in Rexall "03"
Hair Tonic is so stong that we ask
you to try it on our positiw guar
antee that your money will be cheer
fully lef milled if it does not do as
we claim. Two sizes, 50c and $1.
Sold only at our store Tho Rexall
Store, Penny's Drug Store.
For land surveying call on M, C.
Newland, Route 1, Stanford, Ky. or
phone him at 30 W. Crab Orchard.
GOVERNOR SAYS ELLIS .
MUST PAY PENALTY
Pulaski Man Sentenced ta DmMi
By Lincoln Oeunty Jury Gees
. To Electric Chair
James Ellis, convicted of tho roar
der of Magistrate ft J. Realty, of
Burnsidc, a Lincoln county jury hav
ing tried the case, will pay the peni
ally for his crimo in the elecWa
chnir at Eddyvillo November 22d.
Gov. McCreary has not only refused
his petition for commutation of sen?
tenco to lifo imprisonment Wednes
day, but signed the death warrant.
In doing so he made the statement
that more men and womnn hnd ex
pressed themselves in favor of."ex!P
cation in this case than any other
that had como before him as govern
or. About two weeks ago a dozen of
tho lending women of Bumside calt
cd on him and protested against a
commutation of the sentence.
Ellis was convicted at Somerset
in September, 1911, a Lincoln coun
ty jury being cmpannclled to try the,
case. Ellis, who had been a deputy
sheriff, conducted a soft drink place
just outside Buinside where he was
charged with selling liquor. The city
authorities had no jurisdiction, so
Magistrate Bcatty moved to Burn
bide and issued warrants for the ar
rest of Ellis. Fearing a personal
encounter if ho sent his constable,
W. F. Heath, Bcatty deputized a
man nnmd Helton to serve the war
uint. The evidence nt the trial was
to tho effect that Helton went to
Ellis and both got drunk. They en
tered Bentty's office just as Beatty
was making out warrants for the
arrest of both men for disorderly
conduct and Constable Heath "was
waiting tp serve the warrants. As
soon as the two entered shooting be"
gnu, nnd when the smoke cleared
away Beatty wns dead among bis
unfinished warrants nnd Heath was
on the floor breathing his last.
Neither hnd drawn a gun. Ellis and
Helton were seen to run out, carry
ing revolvers. Both were convicted-
MISS ORA LAIR
Wins Dinner Set in Sam Robinson's
Contest the Past Week
Miss Ora Lair won the dinner set
offered in Sam Robinson's big Piano
contest the past week. The contest
ants are all -working hard for votes
Wow is 'he time to bring in your
votes nnd enst them for your favor
ite. Be sure and ask for votes when
you buy. The Minuting nt the Inst
When you have a bad cold you
want the best 'medicino obtainable
so as to euro it with as little delay
as possible. Here is n druggist'3
opinion: "I have sold Chamber
lain's Cough Iteinedy for fifteen
years." says Enns Lollar, of Sara
toga. Ind., "and consider it the best
on the market." For sale by G. L.
I have lost two hounds, ono med
ium sized whito nnd black female,,
and one good sized bluck and tan
dog. Finder will Ret reward. J.
Thos. Hnckley, Jr. 84-3.