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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, 'KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. NOYEMDEIt 1G, 1012.
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TWO LADIES GET HUNTING
LICENSES IN UNCOLNI
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llrd Law Expires Today and Over I
200 Sportsmen's Permits Have
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teen Granted
The low ngninst the killing oC
quail, rabMls etc., expired on Thurs
lnv niuht nl 11! o'clock. Under
u recent net of Ilic Legislature every
t'inri who desires to hunt mint take
out with tho county clerk a hunter's
license. Any one eiiught in thu
field without this licniKo shall, tinder
tho net, he adjudged lie nviolntor of
the Inw mid Ik 8ihjeet to n fine of
Lincoln county bonsts two hunters
of the Rentier sex, Sh. K. I). Ends,
jiml Airs. Sluf-gurul Tute.
County Clerk Cooper bus issued
03 licenses np Id lte. Following
is n list of them: 1 1.-1'. Huplcy, H.
1. Singleton, ,W. M. Compton, J. i
' Ma-ar, H. L. Hcinlmrt, Edward Lo.',
J. A. Hays. I). SI. Walker, II. II.
Huffmnn, I). It. Hnffnmn. S. I).
luvr, II. L. White, M. F. Wiitkius,
-J.. W. H.tchester, J. C SicC1ary, C,
. E. Talc, Harry Farmer, Miko S.
Penny Sao Weiek, J. H. Dnke, .1. I).
Yoriim. C. Denhnm J. A. Ilcrmun,
S. F. Fanner, It. M. Illnekerhy, J. A.
Allen, V. II. Wearen, E. II, Colcninn
II, P. Hnpley, Jr., .1. T Wilkinson. J.
C. Heid, J. C, ItoynohK II. II. Cm.
ler. Ilojru Hiinn, Geo. Logan, E. SI.
Carter CI. II. Fnrrw, J. 0. lleid,
Lewis Proctor, A. J. Adams, C. It.
Nowbern, Howard Newlnnd, Fred
Bracked. John Newhiud, Ewnlt Cliv.
fits. V. T. Iioveles, Jr., Ilnrve Holt.
inson. J. M. Uitrtine, Dodd Skinner,
Orie F. Harnett, S. P. Stephenson,
S. S. Hobiuson. F. P. Phillip-, C. W.
Adams, SI A. Stone. Sliss MnrKiirvt
Tntc. Hnssell Drown, 0. llninmii,
Walter SleKlnney, H. SI. Tate. Tims'.
Harney, ClifL.ni Suudidge. A. L.
1 1'enee. Oppie Ilrown, SI. D. Smith,
K. T. Fence, James Trihhle, Howard
MulliiiK 1). W. Caldwell, Slelvin
Caldwell, Ilerhert Killinn, Arch En
it.nn, Green Frye, J. SI. Newell. C. It.
SlcConnnrk, Sinn Owens, W. L. Ow.
ens, Win. Adams, C. J. Jnrinnn, It.
Gooch. T. S. Iteynolds, (I .W. Snow
-l!i, !in Hy'lK J. J. 'rtrr, K
Trusty, X-xih Terry, Jess Carter, 1-
VouGincnigun , V. CI. Good, Sum
Douglass, CI. F. Carienler, J. II.
Frithc'ett, .1. S. Carter. It. S. Hill,
'L F. Lawrence, Curtis Green Clay.
Slilton yPowcll, T. 1'. Bright. E. Itev.
iiohls, J. J. Seevier, G. T. Heed,
llos'ie Dlukeinoro, Iteid Conway,
.Sam Y.icnm, Win. Cormney, Tom
Admits, Jesse Lnwiencc, Hiram
Gooch, CI. A. Wall-. Htiftis l.ipp.
Ed Withers, Alfred lliihim-oii, 1. It.
William-., It. Williams J- " Horton,
Harvey Hobinsoii, II. D. Frye, Frank
llerudon, Hiram Fi-h, Ed Peyton,
It. Snodirniss. Ira Walls. H. . Dlnn.
keuship, Frank Wviutzc, Alfred CV,
J.er, Wallnce Singleton, T. L. Car
penter. It. SI. Fihcr, Green Yink,
C. H. Cooper, J. T. Itedd, J. II. Wi'.
liauis, Walter Singleton, Win. Sin
.gleton, Walter Young. .1. It. Stewart.
Clyde Curtis, It. W. (livens, W. SI.
Diiucuii, S. Y. Cup-on, W, E. Jordntij
Estell Goo. h, W It. Goode, Elwood
-finest. Snm J. Eiuiiry. Sam Long,
Fied SI. Fiederick, II. SI. Scott, H,
P. White. J. G. Ituldle. Dan Kflle.v,
A. ( . Hill, Mrs. Ilallie Ends, II. Hill,
Ollie Itookrr, Win. Jones, Walter
Yates, It. SI. llisliop. Tho, Coffey,
Karl Carson, S. D. Carpenter, J. i
AUer, Clarence Ha mho, A. VonGrue.
iiiagu. Win. Hubble, Louie Carson,
Henry Hiiisronl. W. I). Tillt, E.l
Jarmuu, W. II. Hartel, It. CI. Pcttus,
Jacob Gander, Albeit YouGrueuigau
J. II. Hoiinkcr, A. P. Scott, .Marion
F. Kaye, J. A. Sleadors, Lee Craw
foul, Joseph C. Hil'fc, Clot. Ann
.stion', Curler Anderson, llcibert
Clooch, John SIuys, A. Sampson,
II. SI. Simpson, W. L. Chiiucellor,
Wallace Surlier, E. CI. Suiber, It. SI.
"Wnro, Harvey Davidson. J. C. Hiffe,
At ctieh hunter applies for license
Jio or. she must affix their signature,
Jiud out of the J0:i licenses issued
three were found who could not write
rtwo negroes nnd one white mini.
Bee Lick
Tiie protruded meeting will begin
ail Iletliel Hidge Suniluy night.
Mis Julin Hasty, of (Juail, visit'
'd Sir. und Sirs. Elbert Elder Sntuu
lny iilul Sunday.
Sir. W. K. TiijIiw has completed
liis new burn.
SI. SI. Tn.lor und G. W. Ta,vlor
have about completed Sir John Hit
ton's dwelling al Spiro.
Sir. John Scott is in Louisville
this week.
J. M. Reynolds is able to be out
iignin.
If you need nny papering, paint
ing nnd enrpenter work done onll on
Morris Taylor and Goorgo' Taylor at
llee Liek.
Who Can leat this Colt?
J. Thos. Duddernr, who lives on
the Somerset pike about five inilon
from' town, is the owner of draft
colt which for rapid growth and size
eclipses anything in the equine line
wo have heard of. At fouling time
tho colt was very large nnd when it
wan two diiyn old her owner put her
on the scales and found tluil she
weighed J 85 pounds. At -'.' days
she weighed 270 pounds, nnd when
sho whs HI days old weighed 405
pounds. The filly is now 5 mouths
old, is l.'l hand I. 'I 1 1! inches high
nnd pulls the hcnlc at "ill.") pounds.
I.ut July Sir. Duddrriir showed her
nt the Stuuford fair in the ring for
draft mares any uge. The youngest
mare lit the ring was 3 years old,
hut ilotwithstuuding this hiindicnp
the lludderur colt curried olf second
honor, defeating u field of good
ones. This young giantess is by SI.
S. Iliiughmnn'tt George llerr ami out
of a good sized draft mare. Her
owner believes she will eventually
ho the target mare in this section
cf the stale.
Lincoln Sends a Tree
.Indue James I'. Iluiley shipped to
Irankfort yesterday a healthy snr
U berry tree, which is Lincoln
county's contribution to At bur Day
nt Hi StHte Capital. It wv;,.
planted Wednesday on the cnpitol
grounds along with a tree from ev.
cry couuy in the state. Gov. Sfo
Creiiry delhcred an addles on the
occasion, urging all uitieus to olf
serve and to keep in mind the im
portance of Arbor Day and thereby
help preserve the magnificent for
csts of Kentucky for which she has
been mi famous, and which nro now
becoming almost extinct.
Good News From Washington
New has been received from Dav
enport, Washington, that C. ('. I.cele
of that city who married Sliss Slur
gaiet Livingston, daughter of Itev.
J. G. Livingston of this county won
the race for County Auditor of
Lincoln county, 'Washington at the
recent election. lie ran as the dem
ocratic nominee, and having a splen.
did Tccord as deputy auditor for n
uumlier of eyars and lieiiu? very
pojialar jiorMouiilly, won vei" his re
publican opponent by S00 majority
und the entire dem.KTatic ticket
nisi won.
Alfred Eads Buys Nice Farm
Alfred C Ends, ot this place hn
bought of Adolph VouCrruemgan,
Lis. taim ot u'U acles, lxiug ucur
Turnerillu on the llutouville and
Stanford turnpike, for t 1,1100. Sir.
Ends gets immediate po-.se-i(in and
will al once begin thu erection of a
nice cottage and all necessary out
buildings. The laud lies well and is
i..iid to he Verv leitile. The ile on
which Sir. Ends will build his Itome
is u model one and when completed
it will be a very attractive place.
.i i. . ...
5 and 10 Cent Store for Stanford
I hae nold my interest in the dry
goods establishment of Hughes, .Mai.
tin & to., mid deiic to tluiuk my
friends for (heir piitronuge while a
member Of tJie firm. On December
1st. I will open in the store next to
the Stuufotd Drug Co., a complete
.') und 111 cent store, und will be
tliaiiktul lor ii continuance of pat
lounge. I will have a complete line
ol Auius goods, ranging in price from
Joe to l-LoO. Give me a call. T. W.
Humble. lJtf.
Highland
Fanners, utc busy gathetiug corn
John Lutes bus stripped ipiite n
'ot of tob.icco.
Doiu to the wife of Sir. ami Sirs,
llolliii Win field, a gill also to the
wife of J. A. Clout ley, a son.
( . SI. Young has torn down n
puit of his residence und is build,
iug n new house.
Frank Hnzlctt wsilcd friends nt
Williuuisbuig u few ilny.s since.
A. (!. Faulkner bus been at home
seveial days with his family.
E. E. Young nfter spending t-everal
days with iclativcs here has return
ed to his home nt Keiisuw, Neb.
Sirs. Jennie Shuip, of Hiistouville,
is visiting her relative, 0. CI. Spcake.
Sir. Frank Hnzlctt went to Wil
liiimshurir Satin. lay on business.
Sir. N. L. Wright, who has been
sick for some time is impioviug.
Sirs. W. C. Young who has been
laid up for some' time from the eft
feet of blood poison, cuued by n
nail in her fool is able to be nut
again.
Essie Wiight has innde n new ml.
ditiou to his store room.
P. 1). Green has again opened n
blacksmith shop und store in our
midst.
Turley Sruce. ,
Hnborl Tcvis linice, of this place,
and Miss He ie Turley, of Itich-
mond. stole n mnreh on their friends
WeiltiFsdny afternoon nnd were
joined in tho holy bonds of wedlock
al the home l tho bride in n cere
mony sniil by tho llov. Harnes. Only
u few intimate friends nnd relatives
of the eontrncting parties were pres
ent, among them being Sir. and Sirs.
John S. Hnughinnn, of this place
hrother-iu-luw nnd sister of the
tttoom. Mr. Ilruco is one of the
foremost and most extensive farm
ers of Lincoln county, owning and
successfully nniiiaging n large tract
of laud on the north of Stuuford,
and is an excellent gentleman. He
is the only son of Sir. and Sirs. J. E.
linice and has many friends who
extend their bes wishes to him and
his htidc. Sirs. Drucc is a daugh
ter of the lute Green Turley who wits
one of the wealthiest und largest
hind bidders of Madison county, und
is mi uccomplished und attractive
joiing woniiiu. Alter tho ceremony
the happy couple left for an exten
sive bridal tour. They will return to
Stanford soon, wheie they will be
the guests for n short while of Sir.
and Mrs. John S. llitughmiiu, after
which they will go to housekeeping
amid the best wishes of t licit many
friends.
Loqsden Hankla.
The mnrringe of Sliss Willie Hen.
tint Logxdcn und Sir. Lamnnt Hankla
of Junction City, wns solemnized nt
the residence of Dr. C. C. Cook, in
Danville lust week. They weie no-
cmnpauied by Sir. und Sirs. W. C.
Sin her, uncle and aunt of the bride
nnd SINs Georgia Well, an intimate
friend of both. The bride has re
shied with Sir. and Sirs. Surlier
from her early childhood. She is
n most lovable young lady, of sunny
temperament and universally pnpu
lar. The groom is n sou of the Inte
Sir. J. Henry Hankla. His mother
was Miss Slury E. Drown, daughter
of the hit- Dr. W. A. Drown He is
nn exceedingly fine young man, bold,
ing a lesponsible position with the
J. & . in Danville, huving only re.
efiilly received a r-ubtnntinl proinc
tion. Immediately after the cere
mony. th lumpy i-(iiipl Ipft for Asli
ville. N. ('. nnd other Southern
points.
Eads Carter
James II. Carter, Jr., of Hall's,
(lap, secured license here Thur"dny
to wed Sliss Lola Ends, the pretty
daughter of Thomas Ends, of High
land. The wedding occurred nt the
home of the bride's parents In-t e
eniug and a lurse number of friends
lespouded rn the invitation to be
present on the. happy occasion. Sir.
Caller is amenergetie young farmer
nnd hns bnu!ht property near his
father's home, where ho and his
bride will go nt once to houekec'.
iu-r umid the best wishes from their
innnv fiicnds for u long and luippy
life."
Great Sport at Crab Orchard
The fox hunters nre having great
sport at ('rub Orchard, and Col.
Willi-; is giving: them royal entertuiu
ment nt the Springs, The hitter
part of llie week is being devoted to
(he Deiby for puppies. In the bench
show WedncsduyAV. J. Leuvell, of
Cunip Nelson, did the judging in
both the challenge cup and cham
pionship classes. Both were won by
a hound belonging to General Hoger
Williams f Lexington. These ev
ents were won by the nine hound
last year.
Money Back Remedy for Dandruff
Fulliiu: hair ami scalp itch. G. L.
I'enn.N L authorised to uu.iruutce it.
Tliev will do more: if alter iisiui:
two bottles of PAHIS1AN SAGE
ou don't think it is the finet and
ui'it dcli'.'htful hair tonic and dress,
im; ou eer used- nioiiev hack. Can
win heat that ofterf
Young women who neglect their
temples, tirow old before their time.
If vour hair is thinning at the tern
ides; if it is losing its natural color.
Liditi; or turning jmtv. imt vour
faith in PAHISIAN SAGE and von
won't he ilisaiipoiuted. I.ar'e hot
He 10 cents nt G. L. PennvV and
denlei's cxervwherc. Gill with An
burn liuir on everv iiackuue.
Flaaacd Train With Shirt
Tearing his shitt from his bnckj
an Ohio man flagged n train and
wived it from n wreck;, but H. T.
Alston. Hnleiuh. N. C. onee prevent.
ed a wreck with Electric Bitters. "I
was in n terrible plight when I began
to usn them." ho writes, "rav stom.
llllahva H Mint
nch. head, back ami kidneys were
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f, l!,l y,,?Hl l,oUfrl,mr,aTf
Electric " n& S Z fee liko
n iicw man A Irinl will convince
yon of their raatcldes merit for nny
stomach, iiver or kidney trouble.
Price 50 cents at all druggists.
i General News Notes
y,,,,,,,, niutrcliist shot und killed
C'niinljas, the priino minister of
Sn in.
l'residcut Tnft has intimated to
friends that ho would like to enter,
tain President-elect nnd Sirs. WJL
son nt the White House at some
time before Sfureli 4.
The husband of the actress with
whom Italic Sliirqunrd, the great
pitcher, is slurring in vaudeville,
has sued him for f'-'.'i.OOO damages
for ulieuntiug his wifes affect ions
Turkey is beaten so badly in tho
war with the Balkan stntes, thut tho
Sultnn has sued for peace, nnd will
triv.. in. nil Ills K.ir....,... territnrv
just to keep the allies out of Con-
Htuiitiuople.
The county board of contest has
decided in favor of the wets in
Montgomery county, although Sit.
Steihug und the county went dry
by 002 majority.
An open switch on the C. 11. & D.
ruihoad nt Imlianapjlis let u pas
senger train in on a fi eight nnd 15
people were killed. Five of them
weie Kentuckiuus, John Cheney nnd
his family, of J'ncksun.
Arthur Capper, republican, is
elected Governor of Kansas in the
face of leportcd complete official
returns this week'. His plurnli-
ty over Hodges, Democrat, is fifty! known to many Lincoln county peo
three. Hodges still claims u pluruli. pie, and especially to stockman,
ty or fifty.
The Spanish Premier, Joe Cmmlc
jus, was shot dead while entering
the .Ministry of the Interior to at
tend a Cabinet meeting. His assail
ant, .Manuel Paulinas Cerruto Slur.
tin, Iiged twenty eight, of El Grado,
providence of lleu-ea, was arrested
mid then committed suicide.
W. ('. lingers, Wesley Hull nnd
llobert Kundcll, of Bagdad and
Pleusiireville, Ky., were fined from
flOO to -FJ00 each in tho Federal
Court nt Ilichmomi for violating tho
interstate commerce act. The decis
ion will be of much interest to quail
hunterf, as the defendants were
dunged with shipping quail from this
state. They plended guilty.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
laid the corner stone of a great Cor.
federate monument nt Arlington,
National Cemetery Thursday. For
mer Secretary of the Navy Herbeit
wns mnsTer of ceremonies, nnd Wil
lium J. Bryiin pronounced n dedica
tory oration. Corpornl Tanner mnde
an appeal for the ultimate elimina.
tion of sectionalism, and at nigli(
President Tnft j.ike lo the Daugli
ters nlong the lines of a united
country under 1 'resident Wilson.
President-elect Wilson hns not
"In eutlied to a soul" whether he will
cull a special csion of Congress
to revie the tin iff. The Governor
declined thut he had not expressed
nn opinion on thi- topic to anyone,
nor allowed himself to form one.
Ho is hearing nil sides of (he case,
In said. "I trained myself during
my term us Governor." he said, "not
to anticipate my opinions; my
friends of course, have n right to
express their own opinions."
Georue .Miller, of Harhoiirville,
br.-tUcm.iti injured in the explosion
of u Louisville and Niwliville engine
in. n tunnel near Emanuel, died and
K. Hidner, fireman, is not expected
to recover. George Jennings, the en
pincer, will recover. Hidner and
Jennings the others injured, were
tuken to a hospital nt C'orhin. The
debris from the explosion wns
thrown in every direction in the nnr.
row space of the tunnel and i is a
miracle tlint nil three men were not
itistniitlv killed. The train wns re
moved by the aid of passenger nnd
freight trains getting behind the
wreck and shoving the cars out.
Hustonville.
The A. II. C. Union social will be
held nt the Christian pais.inage ut
Hustonville Friday evening Nov. 1(1.
Itev. W. S. Wil'lis' subject at Hif.
lonville. for Sunday morning is tho
"Transfiguration." Suudiiv evening
"Our Thoughts."
Hemember the candy pulling next
Friday night, Nov. 'J2. Numbers
will be given with encji ticket and
the person holding the lucky number
will be given u 1! 12 pound box of
(renin enndy. Admission lo cents.
Sir. Walter Sloser, of Sloteland,
attended church here Sunday een
"..
'
in
sses Ethel und Nell Ellis, of
,l,"t',""- were weeK-enu gucsis m
Jliss ''''a ! N""L I
Sir. nnd Sits. 1. C. Brown, of Dan
ville. were with Sir .nnd Sirs. Cnlej
lowii-Thursdnw
.r .. .. ii
Slises I'Mliii nnd Sfinnie Houchiu.
of VAhW Sl'ri,,:-"s wm' m' "'"'I'
""' Sa,,,n,n-V-
Mr- nul Ml's" 0c,"1's'1' Tucker nnd
fl""'l.v have -moved to' the Iioush
P"iied nnd recently occupied by Sir.
and Sirs. John Dinwiddle.
Kov. C. It. Illniu bus returned
fiom Louisville where he visited his
mother nnd will conduct service nt
tho Presbyterian church Sunday
morning, Nov. 17.
Misses Ada Alcorn nnd Lois Wil.
lis wcro in Cincinnati Saturday to
sec the. "(lardc'n of Allah" played.
On Inst Sunday morning Nov. 3,
n long henvy brown overcoat was
lost between Ilustonvilln and June.
tion City. Finder please return to
Green Fryo nnd receive reward.
Sir. Hny Carpener who has been
' Nc' Cnstle "" fal1 c,.,"., ,low"
Vr'uluy for n few days' visit to le
,,,1,CS "er,c- , , - . .
M- "' 1nekl oC SIoTelntld
"ix-'"1 Su"ly with tho homefolks
heie
Sir. George Stiller Givcns, of
I'radfordsville, wns the guest of Sir.
A. It. SlcKinney Inst week.
Sir. und Sirs. Howard Cumuitz.
und handsome little son arrived Sat.
urdny for a few weeks' visit to Sir.
nnd Sirs. , . Cumuitz.
Sir. W. B. Hnrton, of Lnncnster,
wns here Monday buying mules.
Sliss Lucille Eubnnk, of Danville
was the attractive guest of SCss
Hose SIcCorninck last week.
C. E. Miller Dies in Illinois
C. E. Stiller, well and favorably
died Tuesday morning at his home
ut Hochester, 111., of it complication
of troubles aged O.'I, nnd wns buried
there on Thursday. He is survived
by his wife who was Sfass Slat tie
Eubanks of tliis county. A daughter
their only child, died a few years
ago just ns she was entering young
womanhood and the blow nearly
crushed him. lie had been in feeble
health for some jtimc and the end
was nut unexpected. Ho wns a very
extensive nnd successful .cattle trad
er nnd farmer nnd leaves a hand
some estate. His wife is a sister of
J. C. Eubanks. of this county nnd
SI. IJ. Eubanks, of Boyle, and with
her mother, 'Mrs. Sura Eubnnks was
nt his beside when the end enme.
SI. B. Eubnnks nt rived at the Sillier
homo u short time before 'the dentil
of his brother-in-law. Deceased had
many fiicnds in this county, where
he hud frequently come nnd com
bined business with pleasure nnd
those with whom ho came in contact
with found always n congenial com
panion nnd of the strictest integrity,
in business transactions. His many
friends nro grieved to learn of his
taking nwny nnd extend siuce'rest
.sympathy to his widow nnd other
devoted ones in their los.
Marksbury.
Tho family of Sir. Slilton Denno
were greatly shocked late Friday
afternoon where they found the body
of his daughter in law, Sirs. Sfilhml
Dean lying cold in death. They
were about ready to partake of the
evening meal when Sliss Slilton
Dean made inquity: "Where is Ber,
thn T ' some one answered "I suppose
she is with Millard." But when Sir,
Millard Dean came into the dining
room, tho same inquiry w'.is made,
"Where is Bertha Millard!" he jo'i
ingly replied "She'b run off I guess."
Then it wns that Sirs. Slilton Dean
liecnme imeusy. On going to her room
she found her lifeless body in front
of the heater where they supposed
she was kindling n fire. Her sud.
den deuth cannot be accounted for
as she was in perfect health. Sirs.
Dean wns about 30 years f age
was married to Sir. Dean in Kansas
several years ago. They came to
Kentucky three years ngo milking
their home with his father, Sir. Slil
ton Dean, since Hint time. Her
body was carried to Knitsus for
burial accompanied by her husband
and two children.
Sirs. B. K. Swooe is visiting this
week her two .laughters, Sirs. Wi1,
foul Dye nnd Sirs. George Lucas its
Middlehurg.
Sirs. Tom Adams and daughter,
SInttie have moved to Slmrpsburg to
join tier husband, who is telegraph
operator.
W. I. Slnrksbuty nnd Sliss Slury
Elizabeth 'Newman, of Lexington,
were united in marriage last Wed
nesday ad the Qilvary Baptist
church by the pastor, Itev. Ecton.
Sir. Slnrksbury is the son of W. D.
Miirksbury of this, place. Congrntu
lations ato offered by his numerous
menus neic io me nappy couple.
'
The County Sheriff
The new version. "The County
Sheriff." hv I.em It ' Parker, will be
111 iill i
presented nt the nuern houe on
' is1" -
W''-l"f-Kv. X-voinlier 20. The plot
U mw- orii,,n, "H'1 fM" ' '""""
with lighlniig touches of comedy
(-cntteied hete and there. Tho stag
"lur1 is elaborate nnd it thoroughly
cnjoynhV rnfi'tfyinco i promised,
TUESDAYS AND FRIDATS
Harris Coleman Quite III. IjUDGE HARDIN DOING T
, ?" c: "rCo,r'nMn. '?" Jicd"H F,NE W0BK " BE"CH
day morning for Charlottesville, Va.l ,.
in response to u messngo from tho Cases are Seinf Disposed ef RapMy
."" ::ri':?.:...c ,o. vrmity .? m dremt cMrt-Thu
P...... .-.ijniy mill, ncr aun, Harris I
Colcmnn, wns ill with tvnhoid fever.
Young Coleinnn entered collego there
in September nnd nt once took high
rnnk not only in his studies but iipoit
the athletic field, being ono of the
Mnr foot bnll men. His mnny friends
here hope tlint his en so is not a seri.
ous one.
House Burned to Ground
The home f Cook Alford. at
Plensnnt Point, near King's SIouu
tnin, wns burned to tho ground Tues
day afternoon together with its con
tents. The loss falls henvy on Sir.
Cook us he hud no insurance on his
propei ly. It is not certain how the
blaze origitinted, but it is thought
that some children were playing
with mntches nnd when the firo
sturted I hey liecnme frightened guvc
the alarm too into to save (lie build
ing. Neither Sir. Cook nor his wife
were nt home nt the time.
See J. D. Wearen, the Insurance
Sinn, of Stuuford, and you'll nlwnya
be protected. 92-1.
Home Mission Week Here
The churches of Stnnford will
observe Home Siis.sion week from
Nov. 21 to Dec. 1 with union scr
vices nt the various churches. The
program, in which all the pastors
take part, hns been prepared. It is
Hoped to make these meetings very
profitnblo nnd all are most cordially
invited to attend.
Middlehurg.
Now Hint the republican party is
no more and Bull Boose dehorned
it would seem that the democrats
would have smooth sailing.
Applicants 'for the Yoseraite post.
offie are bobbing up daily nnd the
light promises to get warm a little
Inter on. ,
Lucien Young hns moved into the
Hisgins property, on College street
nnd hns taken n position in the
r nrmers Deposit Bank.
Oeo. Dye swapped his town pro
,perly hero to W. P. Wesley for his
farm on Indian Creek and moved to
it Inst week. Sir. Wesley is post
master now.
Mrs. Sailie Jones, -of Sit. Salem,
spent several days with Sirs. John
Bates here last week. Sirs. Hoyalty
of Washington county. The nged
mother of Sirs. W. E. Lueus is V.
iting her daughter and will remain
several weeks.
Q. Ii, Jones lost n fine steer Sat.
urdny from dehorning. Albert Pike
lost a milk cow from milk fever.
Charlie SlcWliorter sold his farm
to John Nenl of Clrove, nnd has
bought of W. T. Coulter, the Wheel,
er property in north Sliddleburg.
We intended snying something
nuoiit tno election in tins letter but
it is too long past. By the wny
Casey would be n mighty good place
to set up n barber shop. An expert
could do a good profitable business
liert shaving long faced republicans
if allowed to ehnrge according to
space covered.
Turkey Tom Gooch, of SlcKinney
bus engaged the services of C. C.
Comjiton ,nnd .C. T. Luster to nssist
him in the tmkey business in this
county, nnd they are scanning the
country m search of that toothsome
hiid. Sir. Gooch showed good judg
u.eut in the selection f repre.-ento.
lives
as they arc good men well
on to their job. However they nre
somewhat different in hnbifs, Sir.
Cciiipton talks without ceasing 'out
they me powerful clever men, nnd
will gite n square deal every time.
The meeting of the Baptist church
which hud been in progress for J
dnys closed Sunday .tight, and Hev
J. L. Dolsou left Slondav tnorntn
for his home nt Hopkinsville. Thcrq
were J'J nilditions to the church and
tho ordinnnco of baptism wns ad-'
it. inistoretl here Sunday afternoon in
I he piesence of ipiile a large crowd
of people. The meeting is conceded
Ijv nil to have been the best held
here, for many years. .Members of
other churches came in and lent a
helping hand in the effort lo save
souls, for which thu Baptist people
weie 1 1 illy grateful. Bro, Dolsou is
nu iible und fearless expounder of
the gospel if Christ nnd endeared
himself to the people here by his
e.l n. est effort in behalf of tho Sins,
tor's cause. The church had li.id
jiuite nu uplift and pastor C. T.
i niiiiit'ii is ivjuil-iiik i seo l lie hill.
llmility of his .eople looking up.
U l''i'' "'-ting' of the church
wis held Saturday when Bro.
Tliiiincli was called to the pastorate
for the year lfll'l, mid hU work will
go on uudistutbed.
(launch is rejoicing to seo tho spit
Week's Work.
Judge Charles A. Hardin has been
pushing business nlong at a moist
satisfactory rate in Circuit Court
during the present term, nnd i-j win
ning compliments on nil sides for
the energy nnd ability he is 'show
ing nn tho bench.
Tho second week of the Lincoln
circuit court hns" not been a very
busy one so far. Nothing was done
Slondny, while Tuesday foreiwon was
taken up with the case o'?'lsaae
Bniekett's administrator Against lio
Sfodern Brotherhood of America 6C
America, a frntcrnnl organization,
huving nn insurance benefit. Bracfc
elt carried a policy of .$1,000 in te
order and upon his death which
'curred in July, 1011,, his widow
sungni nnjment on it. xne orgaiu
zution resisted payment on ffie
ground that Brnckett wns employed
in n distillery, and showed that its
by-laws positively forbid any orie
engaged in the sale or manufacture
of liquors of any kind, or any agent
or employe of ndistillery or liqufjr
hous?, from participating in tys
benefits. Hnickett was employed at
the time of his death in the capacity
of bottler nt Trnylor'a distillei-y
nnd Judge Hardin gave peremptory
instructions for the defendant.
The suit of .O. G. Spenks,, of. IfJgi.
land, ngninst the city of SlnWorJ,
which was hojding the courts at.
tention at last report, wns finisheld
Wednesday, and resulted in Speaks
recovering damages' in the sum jf
$350. While crossing; the bridge
over St. As'aph creek about 'eighteen
months ngu-Uief.traction engine, dnr
en by SpenTs-i went 'through nrid the
city wns rhnde thd defendant, in fa
suif for $'300, xvhich llie 'plaintrff
claimed ns the amount of damages.
City Attorney Pnxton nnd K. S.
corn looked after the city's jinter.
et nnd P. M. SIcRoberts represent
ed Sir. Sppnko, -j.,- vrtr.,
The suit of Jrfmes MeCormack
against C. J. Sipple, of London on
a note of $450 occupied the atten
tion ol the. court, for two days. The
case was finally disposed of Thurs
day afternoon when a jury awarded
SIcCormnck $."0. McCortnack held
Ripple's note for $450 for a con
signment of liny, shipped to Mjiddles
boro, and which Sipple claimed was
damaged. Attorney J. B. Pnxton re
piesented SrcCormnck nnd Hon. .
SI. SfcRobcrts wns attorney for Sip
ple. The Globe Fertilizer Co.,, of Louis
ville, won the suit brought ngninst
it by J. L. Biuish, of Highland, who
alleged his land had been damaged
by use of its fertilizer. Bough won
the suit in the county eeuri-bsti;i
wns tnken up and Jlie jury declared
lie must pay the note of $10.80 nad
the Interest on it from Oct. JQ10 to
date. -
JOSEPH WALLACE HAYDEN '
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Dies at Paris After S'rt-faww
Parents Formerly Live Hon.
'Joseph Wallace Hayden, Jr., the
Tl year old son of 'Mr. and ICrs.- J,
the
W. IlayJen, died at the home of tun
parents in Paris on Tuesday raorr
mg Inst nfter an illness of about 34
hours, of heart trouble. The little
fellow wns tnken ill with what wan
thought to he acute indigestion late
Sunday evening, but no . serious
symptoms developed until some tiffl
during "Monday, Pliysicinns were
summoned nnd every effort made fb
save him, but lie grew stendily worse
and the end came nt 7:30 Tuesday
He wns the youngest child of Mr.
nnd Sirs. Hnydcn who for many
i'ettri were residents of Stunforil,
"u - w,ule ll,e "eccaseu was uorn yi
Winchester, whither his parents had
moved, ue came nere trequentiy with
his mother to visit her relatives and
had ninny friends ntnong the children
of his age. He was u bright, lovable
child, a regular and interested at
tendant nt his Sunday school in
Paiis and gnve promise of u long
-nnd useful life. His parents, sW.
ters nnd hi others nre crushed with
their sorrow mid the unfeigned syw.
jinthy of n wide circle of friends iii
their old home here and elsewhere
goos out' to them in their dnrk honir
of grief. The i cumins were brought
to the homo of his grandmother. MrJ
Permclin Brown, on WduesdaV
night, nnd on Thursday morning at
10:30 nil thut was mortal of the
bright and boloved boh and brother
was .tenderly j Jaid uw-y in Buffai
cemetery nfter a short service tvt
tiie gmve by Itev. D. M. Walker. "
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