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FOUNDED 1800. C3D YEAU.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. J'KIDAY, NOVEMDKIl 'JO, 191'J
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS
PRETTY RACE STARTS IN
vie and Garrard Mav Re The Con
tendersAll Candidates Are
Stromi For Seckham.
Tim nnuoiineotniiit of Cnl Clifton
Itj.les Anderson, of Dolc, us a can
!i(1nto for the democratic noniinn
liiui for slate senutor m this dis
trict, coinMf.cil of Lincoln. Uolc,
Ousev ami (Jnrrard counties, scents
like? to iri'ciMtato n pretty fiulit
lor the honor of, Idling the scut held
lor the past eight years liv Senutor
It. L. lluhhle, of IjiicoIii county.
Senator llnblilu bus announced that
lie will not bo a caudidnto, as hu is
not uu advocate, of the 'Hurd-tcrm
policy recently ehftmiioncd uu
isucccssfully by Col. llooseiclt. JIovv--ovur,
ho hnd inany Haltering otfers
of support, lu the oveiit ho wished
lo run nguitt.
In the usual plan of rotation of
..unities which has prevailed in tins
distrut. it has lucit llovlu's turn to
follow Lincoln with the xcnutorship,
jiud Cusc-v to follow- Itole. Inasmuch
a Senator Jllibhle Imikc all proec
dcnls and served two terms in thu
senate, (Jarrurd democrats are
.lmining that Doilc has furfcitid her
i tulit to thn term following Lincoln
jind thut inasmuch as Cu-ev dem
ocrutlo leaders say they will like'
Itain no .undulate, it is claimed thai
it is (larrard s turn next ear Lend
ing (larrard democrats said Monday
I Iml Itojlo had lost her chauco when
.-lie riaittd Senator Ilubhlo to
Juno two tenns instead of the usual
.single term, and that with Casey of
ferine no eaudidate, Garrard is next
in line and will Imvo u candidate.
ii.. I ,.. i...... ,.,.,, .. t, ,.,,.
..... ......l.i Z ii.... i.i..
-". V "" '", . " ' ..'
and nro chinning that as a mutter
of fairness, it is 1 Voile's time to
liiriu-di the senator, u (larrard man
Senator (leorgo T. I'urriw having
jireceilcd Seiiutor Hubble lit Frank
fort. A prttty little fight is believed to
he certain its u lestilt of this mix-up
with eumlidiitrn in the field from
.both (lurraid and ltovle and aNu
the possibility ttl the fmht becom
ing three-cornered with a candidate
fioui LiiKoiii. I lider lite niil scheme
4if thn Mitiatorml appoitioumeiit, the
-democrats ut the cnuutv whose turn
it was to turiiish the Senator til
Jovvetl the democrats ut that one
4'oitut) to make their fclcctiou, nod
iheir i hiiice was uenerallv tippruviO
by the membern uf the purtv tliioiiu'h-
ut the entile district. I mler the
new direct primaiv law, everv dem
ocrat in the distritt will have a vole
uu the nominee tor senator next Au
gust In this wa, many inediel that
the old lib-a uf turn nhoiii will mhiii
become a ilium ut the p.ist and it
matter ut the lu-st man
vviiiiinii: over tile tour, counties oij'"1"' '""- "cil alone lor nail a icn
atie district. j ! h-. Davciiiuiit uni.v livid a
Talk wiiK heald at Laucast,r Moil-J tew Imurs. She was eight,-tive
dni that lion. James I. Hamilton ofiveais old, vviin bom and ii-nud in
(larrard. may enter the nue. Cnse j ivle. Mu. was (he widow uf Janus
democrat mi that thev will have hi... .,.., e . ; , .. , ,
no can.l.date and it is not ,.,.b-1 ,,"!..; ' " ' I ' ', ."
Lie that Li.uola w.ll M-ek the honor' h"r -" "'V'- ,,u,v "" -';- iM
Jignui this tune. ,"1" !""' -',-' "arnel Sundifcr and
One sinking teature ut the laco j (',MrS'- Niiiidifei, of Danville.
I... wlf.l.t bi.tlitl.. .11 tli. .I.lr.i.l . I " .
the eagerness with nhlih eainlidiiten
Jirc i!ii-liiruiur their lilleuiauce In (lov
lleckbaui lor I . S Si-iiatm in thu
irt'iuuirv x hit It will be t til 1 at the
ai'ie lime. Tin v ale aid (u realize
.411111 11 is ii. 1,. ,-v.iv .aniiiiiale lor.,,,, ,,. ,...,,., ,i ..... ... ,
.It . .1 - ' .in nmr 11 iiMiv. hi 4ltL
bom.., in the democral.c pailv Hik',,,,,,, , ,,l(.,a.d. To, the "Ktiur
e.ir to tnke .. stand lor the ic.le.np- ,,.,,-. , lxri .,,, . J
Jinn of the iioiiuuiiliou which the!,, 1 . ... 1 . ... - . A
partx gave lleckh.im tor M-nutor m ' f. 7' ,',?,. " ' 'T," "I" , -'" "
1U0S and Hlu.lt was not tullilled, "" ' " V" '""V"-1:' ttW'A Vth
Ih.uugh irea.hen ... the legislatuie. i ll( ' nm "V '. "llivi 'i""' """V
They aiKiui Unit it the pailv doeJ J",""u,"ll,1'"1'- Ul' ,,,, ,"uk1,", "
not icun.e and ledeem the no.n.. "T ",'1'1'"""!-' '. ''. mcnv
nation aivui lleckham thin, theio i,""lUl in the we ot tnugiossion.
no obliuatiou for the lei ouuitiuii ut I ','"' Cm mil ll.tilcv and her niet-
iioniinnliuiis that might be won l j
.(iiudiilates next ear uiid that tluirj
iiomiiiatious, it won 1.1 the-iirimmv.i
next Aiik'ii-I. lamht become as tmptv
1.11.I vvorthlesn as thut hu won. And
lamlidates or cotintv oltices uvi-r
the stale next ear 111c said to bit
looking jit the situation 111 thu same
Imht. Jl IlecklunuV nomination was
no l-oimI, Ulcus mtuhl also he f-ct at
uiuiitiht bv traitoiious demociatn
They f.-el that
V feel thut ,t' up to the... iiu.lt''' 1 """ " !, "r '..""""
imilv lis a whole to see that Iiih1,'xI,"':""1 " s ,,",,!1 S"""""' '- '"'
illation is muile ms.il. even nt P (. ' ' ih,'""? b"-. i' gaining
Jills Lite dutc, and lor this ixiimiii.
.11 ureal muuv democratx ''-. the
state vvl.o have uevtr been lor Keek
l.am be I ore me wiukim: eutluisiasti
(allv for his nomination next Am:
riist. "Took the Shrine.
Ih of. J. W. hclfyid and laiil Cole
ruaii vveut to Louisville Thuisday to
dak? tho Slirincr's degree and make
the joinnev "over the hot sands to
Mecca," The Louisville temple mi
iiaU.l a big class 011 Thaukhgiviug
sla.v, umoug the notable novitiates,
besides thu In. al men, being (lov. J,
II. McCreaiy ,11ml Attorney (leneial
Rev. C. H. Oieer, of the local
Methodist (lunch, dcliveivd thu
Thanksgiving senium ut (lie Chris,
ii.m chinch Thursday morning ut 10
Wanted In Chattanooga.
Sheriff V. L. Mccarty has rc
cdved from the nulhoritP's at Chnt
titunogit, Teuii.. a warrant for the
arrest ami Itoldiug of one Ilcimnu
Camp ,of that oily, who is wanted
on tho chnrg.i of grand larccuv.
Camp is now in .f tut huru serving a
sentence for cutting n hrakeman on
the (.. A t r.iml home months ago,
whilo he and Numeral either tramps
weiii boating their way north. The
offender vvaM lined $.'U ut thu last
tenn of court hero mid is laving one
thu iniu in jml. Shentf McCurti
will tiotil'j thu Chattanooga officials
when his tuna is out hero and will
hold him until tho arrival of the
proper nut liontio..
To Pen and Reform School
Doputi Shcnff W. S. Einbry left
eail .Monday morning lor Frnnk
loit ami Lexington tu di liver pris
.mcrj who nr oiitonecd nt the re
tent term of the Lincoln circuit mint
Allen Walker, who cot one icur in
the penitential on the charge ot
perjury, witw taken to l'rauktort to
s.tvo his term while Leslie Mi-Daniel,
u West End outli, went to the
Itefoim S.hool u Lexington to stay
until he is -1 eais ol ago. Mc-Daiiicl
wit conwctrd of Incaking into Aus
tin's null ne.ir Mt. Salem, and being
too luting tu be sent to thu ptiutcn
tuiry, was remanded to thu school.
No Use to Run If he Wasn't
Col. (Icorge I'. Anderson, who has
Ik-ooiiic u candidate lor representa
tive of Bo.ile county m thn lower
house of the legislature, mihjcct to
the action of tlit. Deiaociatlc p.ntl.
in the primuri next August, is for
lion J. ('. W. lieckluim for i'nited
I iMwrp nciiutor, inuvuicti nun ills'
H'Wi-hcd gentleman offers fin the
i'Ooii, like piaetic.il-
l.v all the democrats of Hovle coun
ts. in of the opinion that Ituvlu
fiiillitx, ill the In-lit of past expcii-ejies-.
-h'juld stand -ohdlv lor the
NeNoii i oiiiit iiiiiii. Danville Advo
cate 15-Year-Old Bridal Pair
Lewis Peirv. a native of Klholt
eouulX, but for the t.i-t several
monthf a lesideul uf Lificulu. and
...l-s N'iiIiiiii- It. S In If. uf (he Wnlibie
eitiim. weie united in marnai;e at
the (ourt hiiiise Nilimlav atleinooii
h II... Hex. .1. T. Chasleeli. Th
In id,, ami uroom an- each but l'
vear of ate. While Clerk Conner
has Miiae times issmd license tor the
man nice ol L'irls not over li this
is the tils) time he has ever issued
tin in to so Minthfiil a Rroom
Perrvllle Woman Burns to Death
Mrs. Martha Davuipurt e of
J1"' "T1 V,"l"' "J 1 ' ill.-, was
Mki...i...l ,.. .I....1I. ... I 1. 1 1
, burned to death ut her h.tme. wheie
Well, it does seem nil injustice
both to out thriving little eitv its
well lis to the noted and much lead
Inteiiui- Juuriml. that a letter can
t little il.iughtet Ophelia, have le
tinned alter m extended vi-it tu St
L-uus iiud other ntii-s.
Mrs. James I'. Iluldam 1. ml .Mr-.
Pine, ut Stanli.nl, were eiiteitained
at the lliiiuam:li home a lew ilas
Chaim.ug .Miss Annie lliunaiili is
nt home now. She mid Mrs. Katie
Smtt visited Mrs. Ilol.lau. at Slan-
lonl last week. The .....el. ilei.tte.l
Mich an estimable couple for citi
zens as Mi. and Mis. llohlam. It
would be haul lo Hint a mote belov
id pair. Mrs. Ilublam is u-iliunlv
missid in her a. ciis, unci place us
orcanist and leader 111 her chinch,
and nil ehaiilalile vvoikh.
Ciah Oiclmid can How feel pioml
of her lustois. Iho Roges lilled his
apiioiulmeut at the llaplist chuii-h
hist Sunday un.l thoc who did not
utttiiil . citninlv missed u tieat. Hu
has heeu giving a sunes of set 11.01. n
and In-, next nppnintmont, he wishes
all the older people who can, to
come, ami we fielj'iee to stnte Ihal
I hoy will be full v iepai.1 in uouiif.
We me glad to see Mi. Mnmiee
Turknis out again, nfter ipiito it
seige of cold and malm in.
Mr, Lew Sowdeis snent tho
week end with Mr. Dob While. Sho
,, 1 a r, '
lecentlv moied to Gum Sulphur
Iroiu our town. People will come
back to old I. O.
SHOT WIFE TO DEATH
When She Sought to Keep Casey
County Man Out of Trouble.
Midillcbiiri;. Casey County, Nov.
'J8. J. L. I). Cohort, ii well known
farmer near hele, shot ami killed his
wife at their homo on Wednesday
nijlht, mill has been arrested and
taken In jail nt Libel ty eharj-ed with
wilful murder, lie claims that it
was an accident, but u.vo witnesses
to the tragedy decline that he shot
her deliberate!, alter she had inter
fered iu ii ijuairel he was having
With mint- lliri) Vtlu, nine plesulll. It
is chinned that Mrs. (Jdicrt sought
to prevent her liu-tbaud from having
troiihlu with thu uieii, as he is al
leged to have been drinking, nml Hint
he bedime initatul at her, and turn
lus jiislol uu Ikt shooting her
through the In art. She dud ulniost
insliiullv Mrs. (Jebert was just 'J I
cars of age. Itefoie hei iiiaiimge
he was Miss Jessie Evans. The
i ouple had uu cluldieii.
FELL OFF WATER WAGON
Col. Sam T. Harris Badly Injures
Lrg and Will Be Laid IK
Col. Sam T. Harris, one of Lin
coln (ountvs best known fanners
and bankers, fell off the watei wa
gon Thanksgiving da, and sevei.-l.v
fpliilti.-.l the knee and ankle of Ins
left leg. Now Col. Hum, is Hot all
a uoviie in tiding upon one kind of
"water vvhgou," but be wasn't used
to ruling upon this one, heme the
The farm hands being away for
the hol.d.i.v. lie was asistiuir h.s ne
phew. Robert T. Woods haul suiue
walei in then lank wngon lor some
s5.ii k. In some way the tank be-
owe il.so.li:e.I. and toppled over,
1 111 rung (u. I Inn is with it. His
lelt limb became .-might beneath the
tank, and was bent under hint at it
voi.v unnatural and painful angle. It
w w thought at fust that it was
biokeu at the knee.
The injury is vei.v painful ami the
tin mini has swelled coiisi.leiably,
f.aiing being f It that some liga
ments mils) have been torn loose, lie
will In coulined to h.s couch for
.pule u while, ami has the svmimthy
ut a host of tneu.ls,
BOUGHT WHISKY FOR A VISITOR
But Guest Cannot Recall Who Sold
It To Him
Tile-. In v imiinui!; a will-.lies(.l,
ueutlemon appeared un the streets
ut uu. cttv un.l mode imp.irv uf 11
liumbei uf people its to whole he
. .mill timl a liltle whiskv lie ap
pealed u a number uf whom told
him thev mnld not u'ic hint tin- .lc
i ' 'iifu. matin. lint fim.lH lu
was directed to one Samuel (luost,
ut tolor. who he was iiifninin eould
M'etire the lupior. He found (Jurat
and sent him tu get the coveted
unit. It happened that Police Jii.lne
Mtnefce knew of the scotch the man
was 1a.1l.11i'.' ami informed Chief of
I'lilue C.nlet ut the nt fan. Carter
shadowed (iiie-t ami 011 sceim; hull
1 tin 11 ft .1111 M.icksvtlle, plaie.l him
under at test and a Match uf his
clothiui.' revealed the whiskv. He
was taken holme .Indue Mciiefee.
Iul refi.si.l tu tell who he bought it
riom mix iii'' he did not know, the
p. i sonV name ami apponutlv could
Jive no ib-ciiplion o the nnii be
voii.l the tint that he was white and
lived, he soul either at Junction Citv
or I'mksville. Judge Menefee sent
(luost to .ii ,, leiiiain until his
111eu1.it becomes Mimevvhi.t lef.esli.
e.l. The man who sent tor the h-uiiir-
1, fioni the mnunta.i.s and is
said lu have ut one to" lenresenle.l
h.s dislnel p. the Keuluckv S.-nale.
Lincoln County Girl Weds a
The wedding ..r Miss Ktlul llillou
to Mi. Fie.letiek Wilbain Hannah, of
Nnunle. An., was solemnued al her
home 011 DaiiMlle pike Saliii.Iav
Novenibei 'J.l. D. M Wnlker offi-iialtug-.
The Initio is tho pietly
daughter .if Mr and Mis. .1. . lltl
ton. and is well known hole having
lived 1.1 this i mini v fot a uuiiibm of
icars and taught in the Grmb-.l
school. Sim met Mi. Ilniiiinli while
leoching out west last lour.
Tho ir.nnm is the son of Mis.
I'.babelh lliiiniah Doiuihl, of Dull in.
F.uglmiil, ho is now 11 veiv nrominoiii
business iiiiiii of N'ugalex, Alir.
theio weie only a lew of their
inliniale hiends pics.'iil. Immediute
li after the .'etetnoiiy thev left for
Chicago mid will iiImi ij.it Denier.
Yellow slono I'ii ilc, ami Sau Francis.
.-1 before going to Nodules wheie
' " "'!. mUI III llllll'S WlleeJ,,, "II" MIHI IIH.I I'UIOIII-ll. in. ,, VI
thei will live. They have (he best Trimble. Mrs. Kinos, Parsons mi.
ui.hes of their many friends for 11 W. '. Tumble of this o.u. and M.
jtf hnppy union. S. O. Ends, of Danville
General News Notes
Sidney Allen was given in jean.
for the murder of Judge Mmsey ut
1'ifty peopln wore killed in 11 panic
in a movim piottiM b tvv at Itilboa.
I'our unknown negiocs shot De
puty Sheriff (leorge M. Hart to
death at Winchester Sniulitv.
Two negroes', believed to have kill
ed Dcputx Sheriff. Hmt at Winches
ter, weie .-might in West Virginia.
Caleb Powers wa married to a
Miss Aiiiiii D Kaufman, of Ncvvpoit
Samuel Cruleher. of near Krnnk-
finl, accidenlallv killed himself
while hunting riibb.ts.
Ebb Coulev, a popular (larnird
dcmociat, bus been upio.ted guard
at the 1'innkfort pen.
(Jov. Dix ,of New York, pardoned
A. T. Patrick, the lawjer convicted
of mutilenng . M. Rite, uu aged
nnlliomnie veins ago.
'I he four "gunmen" convicted of
the minder of Herman Reoiithul,
the giiiabler, weie sentenced to die
the week of January (!.
The iMipubtr xole for President,
November ii, shows that Wilson toll-
e.l (i,ir.fi,7-IH; Roosevelt a,H28,140
un.l Tuft. -'I,:i7(i, I'JJ.
A school teacher of Nebraska
pimped f 1 0111 the second story of a
Chicago skyscraper while Inhaling
under tin- delusion Hint "wlitle
sliin-s" were after her.
The Phoenix Hotel at Lexington,
was fin. .1 - and costs in one case
for having .jmiil .1. its possession out
ot season. Jlie.e are .ill eases
against it. An appeal will he taken
to the higher touit.
An ominous war cloud with Atis-
tiiu, Russia and (.leimnuv involved
now hovers ner Europe as a result
uf jealousies engendered over -wr-tttion
of tcrritones WTcstcd from the
Till, bv the Itnlkan allies.
P.enlent-elect Wilson Mrr.. Wil
son and their two daughters were
guests at dinner of Sir Oeorge M.
Itullui-k (i.ivernor of Ilormda at
villi. Ii toasts ere giielt to King
lining.-, I'losi.tent 'tatt an.) tho President-elect.
I. S. Senator, Nador Raiuer, v.f
Marvlau.l, dud ut Washington after
a Ieiigthv illness. The governor of
Mainland will appoint a lepublieaii
to su.eee.l III in. and make the light
between the democriitM un.l lepub
l.em.s ut the I. S. Senilis nil the
closer. Ravner vviis one of the ab
lest men 111 the Upper house of eon
giess. HOME MISSION WEEK
Is Being Observed By Services
Local Churches This Week
Homo Mission week
seive.l 111 union serines
is being ob
(liurchcs this wees. The piogiam
liiriiislied h. the imssionaiy .Icpatt-
liioii( ot the Fe.loial Council of
1 hurdles is being .11 mod out. It is
a compreholisive lev lew ut the dit-
fcietit phusis of mission wotk 111
our own (ount.y mid u study ut our
ptublems is being made throughout
lh nation. Tho m-i vices me in
1 barge ol tho local pastors who take
then tutus ut. the p.og.mu ex. opt in
cases of elltui.e.l ubseiice.
The f.i. l.i.ess mid itb.eitie uf Rev.
J. It. Junes of the Baptist duti.lt is
iho 1. .use ut ei, gtneial and Milieu-
legal but h.s plan- was sup
plit.l mi Monday night l. Rev. II. F.
Sin Its, uf the lliistuiiville Baptist
ihin-ch, un.l Rev. O. P. Rush, it the
I. aliened Baptist dun eh. 1. expect
hi to take His pliuc tomgiii ((I 11
dav.) On Suudai night Rev. J. E.
Patk, of the l.iiwieni ebntg Presbi
t 1 inn church verv ably tilled the
place ut Rev. P. L. Bin. whu was
mil ut town.
The mu'tiligs held have b.eit well
nttemle.l and llic.o is deep mtcicsl
on the part ol those who utlou.1.
Ihei will .uu. hide with all aililics
bv Rev. 1). M. Walker al the Mitho
ilis) 1 linn h Mimliii uil.t.
Prominent Man Dies at Somerset
Somerset, K Nov. Jll. - II. (1.
Tumble, 70, died this inclining nt his
h imc in (his (i(v. He was a I'iiiiiii
siildierntiil wns iu loiumanil of Com-
(. Thiul Kentucky, during the Civil
ttiir. In Iik .lounger dais he was
piuuuiieiit ... leptib hcuil 00 dies. He
wits ....mt delk of the P.llask, Cn-
nut Court for a.1 vea.s. and wns
postuiast.r for live voats ilining Mi-
Ktnlcv s uiluuuistiutiou. ' ('apt.
Tlimble sttllered 11 stioke of 111111
lsi about tight xeais ago, and
Mine that time had been colilund
lo his home. Dm nig the hist scsinii
of Congiess Senator Bra.llev. bv 1.
spicial net uf Coiigic.p, secuiid uu
iuciease of (apt, TlimbleV nensii-ii
to di 11 month. He is miivivciI bv
bis wife mid four children. Dr. , G
I MORE HUNTERS' LICENSES.
Required by County Clerk as Sup-
Ply Runs Out.
The number of hunters nppling
101 ln.11.se bus so far exceeded tho
etiioetnlions of Cum... ru.t, r
or Hint he has been compelled to1
write to the state authorities for 11
fcctond nml thud supply of blanks,
lie issued up to Monday night .'10(1
licenses, just 100 being added to thu
1ml as published a week ago.
In addition to thoc whosu names
havo already bicit published the fol
lowp.g have scouted huntoi's creden
tials: Sid Collier, Virgil Oaks. II.
K. Camnit, Jr.. S. II. Camnitz, Oil
ier Logan, Newton Jones, J. A.
Hca7l, J. L. Smith. Wull Single
ton, Will Oivcns. W. D. Petrcs. Hen
11 Jones, Win. Mohlev, Silas Ander
son. P. II. Connnev, E. D. Ends,
Chiron, i- Wilhums, J. U. I'i,t.Ioiii,
i.iios vvnggoncr, J. 11. Carter. Riis
sell IJatigh, Timothy Oooch, Lee Ma-
...11 vv 1 u. 11' 1. ...
gill, . L. Stone. W. J. Hivant. J. I.
Unniit. J. L. Pruitt. T. 1). Williams.
J. i:. Ma'lure, W. B. Mir. Isoitc
Owslcv, llimles Alcorn, Chns, Hravv
nor, Tom 1'outt, Crbiin Singlttou,
1'vciett Chiunch, G.tn.es Daugh, Geo
Ouslnv. I'riin.l !.. If I M..I.
ley. J. 11. Woner. A. Ii! Phfllips,
Murn-on 1'ields, L. Ii. Hilton. Wtl -
mot hn.Is, I milk Adams. W. A. Cur
soli, Jr., Prcscott Urovvii, John Helm
I'thclbert Samp-on, 0. C. Dunn, Eu
gene Dunn, C. C. Dunn. Uonv Sum--011.
V. Thurnmii. Geo. Hail, II. Reid.
Carlisle Lee, Waltei Carter, Wm.
D.ve, Roland VoiiGritenigan, Sam
Fisher, I. T. Moser. Robert White,
'1. O. Coiinci, A. Robinson, S. M.
Owens, A. R. Evans, John Batos Er
in st Durham, E. J. Bravvner, Arch
Smith; W. II. Fields, M. H. Luce.
('. lluis Foster. E. Young. Russell
'1 hompsoii, C. ( . MeKuinuv. E. Mc
Hee. Tom Wilder. Hugh Baker. Al
lre.l Sviope. Win. Mntltenx, Ev Rey
nolds. J. T. Ernies, R. H. Bohoii, G.
C Rifle, Chas. Ilotker. Aich'Tini
lor. Chits, Fisher, Geo. Dillinger.
John Pa lie, Granville l'rice, Einil
Meier. Walter Warfield. J.imes
Bright. Ilcnrr Robinson, Geo. Brced
love. J. II. Bdiimnu, Robert Pet lev,
Milton Onks, Ben Lewis.
Synopsis of Game Laws.
'I he season is now open lor most
tram.- in the State of Kentucky, bat
it is well lor hunters to lemember
that an 'open season' does not mean
that ho may go over tho b miids of
leason 111 sl.iughteiing guiiie. and
iiictc me sevei.n little matters on
which tho statu authorities lay par-j
liculur stiess. A caiclul tevievv of
the loll.ivving svuopsts will be a good
move for the hunter who is not lnm
iliar with the ipiips mid iptnks ot
the game legal.itions.
Fvetv hunter in Kentucky, must
n.tve a state litiuter.s liceusu: e.x
opt those who hunt 011 their own
laud or lc.tse.1 land or a.loining
"Von c.iunot buy .n- stH game
fiom elates which ptolulut same.
"You mav kill squirrels Itom Juno
l"i to Februmv I.
"Von mav kill wild duck f.out Aug
15 to Apiil 1.
"Von 111.1v kill wild goose fiom
Au.'iist 15 to April 1.
"Von may kill wood, ock fiom .June
-'0 I o Fein tin r 1.
"Vim mai kill (inail, etc, fiom
Noii'inber 15 to Jamiaiv 1.
You mav kill doves fiom August 1
to Februaiv 1.
"The sale of wild tuikoi is pin
hihitcd. Quail or p.irtrulgo nu.s not
bo taken bv net, same, trap or box
at am time.
"No person or coiup.iui shall ship
wild tuikey, phe.is.111t. poitinlgo.
quail or grouse, tint- htwfitlli kill
ed and in possession ol a hunter.
"Rubb.ts nml Miumels must not
bo killed between Siptember 15 mi.l
November 15, but labb.ts can be
taken with dogs at anv time.
Road Engineer Must be Named
In it le.eul decision of the ( unit
of Appeals 111 a ease that went up
fun 11 Au.leison county the court
hold that the count Judge and
must M-le.-t u Rood E.-.
In this 1 use the County Judge
made the appointment without so
lining the apptoval ol the Magi-
li.itcs un.l tho appointee tuuleitoook
to net, but the court said in pail:
"Cn.ler seilion IS" .if the Statutes
it 1. iiinde imperative uu the ('utility
lunge with . oiimmii uf the Fiscal
f,in t.t till the appointment. It
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ion. 1 is ni inc vei.v terms ,n tne
-Inlale Us mud. nih essential to uu
iippoinluent wheo th.. ol'licc bu
lumis mi. nut us it is upon lite mi
jintil up i.iiutineiils."
t .lov News mu. that Jesse
. 1 II... ir.it, Sawveis, elop-
in I .' 1 m hist week and
d 1 'lYtuiPoMti. The
' lv . hi'.l of Dr. C L.
ft . - 1 1
lie o then
New Train Great Convenience
I The Q. & C. put on its new train
I Sunday. It passes Junction Otv
jioing north at tibotit 7:110 A. M. and
thn same point going south ut nbout
1 1' .M. this Inst train mnkmcr ion.
Incctioii with tho 52:10 I,. & N. miss
"K '"'ro for ''"'"sIIp and nfford-
intr tmsseiigers for Somiisct and
other points south excellent service.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bruce Being De
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Uiticc.
the newly wedded pair, me being
showered with ninny delightful at
tentions by their imiiij friends. 'I hey
w.ie the guests of honoi ut an nt-
ti.tclive ncoptioii given ut the home
ol Mr. and Mis. John S. Ilaughmun.
on Wednesday evcn.iur which crv-
'"d to introduce the bride to n largo
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noiiioer 01 irtemis in ner new Home.
The house was beautifully decor
nt.d in jellow iin.I white elujsuiithe
inums and lighted with xcllow and
white candles. On enteiing the
guests were ieceive.1 by Mr. and
M' J,)'"' s- Unugliimtii mid Mr. mid
1 ,rs- Robert T. Drtice, who r-lood iu
the pailor under a cluster of xellow
hearts. Punch was scried iu the li
brary by Mises Sue Tit lor and
Nannie Woods Engelman, the color
M-heine being carried out iu this.
The tea tabic was charmingly nr
imiged in ellow and white, chry
santhemums bung the flowers om
plo.vod. The centerpiece was silver
eamlulabtiitu holding xellow and
while candles. Delightful briek
cnam and cakes in ellovv and white
weie served, the chr.Vsanthenmm
nuuts were served on the .-renin. On
each ake weie tbe initials T B, re
minders of the Tiiiley-Druee nuptials
ot 11 few dn.is ago. Tho evening
was a most pleasant one to all and
will linger fondly iu the memories of
those whose good fottitne it was to
halo been present. Sevei.il bundled
guests called dining the evening.
On Thanksgiving evening. Miss
Sue Tulor Englcman entertained
-mi. un.l .ills, iiriiee nt llianksgtvtng
dinner at (i o'clock, nt her nttra.t.ve
old home in the country, off the
Knob Lick pike. The table was
beautifully diesse.l iu bridal colors
"' I,,,u'1' ''"ds being exquisite hand
ipninte.l Cupids peichcd on wedding
rings. n cl.tuor.ite seven eome
supper vms faultleely soiled. Cov
ets weie laid 'for Miss Sue Tailor
1 I'tli'Imntin llr ...i.l Tf 17..1....I H1
j,., llrttn Mik. John S. Bauglt-
mnn. Mr. and Mis. James Harris,
Mr. and Mrs. Sheltnn M. Hnnflcv.
'If.- n.i.l M. I' 11.... I'... I.... f'.l
...i.i ..1. v.. ti.i, s niri, . ,ii.
S. T Hatiis, Jfrs. Susan Yeager,
Mr. Robert T. Woods, .Miss Susan
Fisher Woods, Mr. Waller MeKin
I'ey, Miss Nannie Woods Englommi,
Miss Lovis.i I Lit lis.
New Bible has No Hell.
No Adam. No Eve.
New- Yoik, Nov. LIS. Theie litis
already been 11 lively demand tor
the Bible with no "hell'' 111 it, Dr. C.
Kwgslov Row loud, secretin y uf the
Amen, uu Baptist Publiention So
iicti, .s.i id today. An impiove.1 Bi
ble tot Baptists has just been issued
bv the so. iit v.
Nut only does the wind "hell"
not appear in tho now Bible, but
Adam and l.vo havo been deprived
. f their names as patents of tbe
nue ami me called .merely "the
man" and "the woman." Jonah's
whale becomes a "gie.lt lish" to
i-outoini with modern knowledge its
to the Manliness, uf whales' throats.
"Hell" is leplaccd by the less tet
1 it ling vv .ml "underworld."
Obsolete F.lmibethnn giummuticul
fot nis have been brought up to date,
lu the Lout's pi 111 or "Our Futlier
which"' .becomes "Out Father Who."
"tiosspnsses" becomes "debts."
ttt 1 1 . ...
"iKiB i'... nor into timptittiou" is
made "hung lis not into temptation"
uiid the n.ljiti itti.ni becomes "Thy
will be done, us in Heaven, its 011
entth." In tte So. nml Ctsumand
inent "gutien image" is changed to
".in 1 oil iniagu" ami eioi.vwheio sin It
oxpiessiotts as "lov. th" nml "lea.l
. th" beisitae "love" and "lead"
Porto Dico's. New Wonder
From far nwui Porto Rico come
U'Pqitn of a wondeifiil new di-eoveiy
that is behoved will lastly benefit
ho people. Ramon T. .Maichan, of
Bmcelonota. writes: "Dr. King's
Now Dincnvorv is doing fcplcudid
wotk hcic. It cured mo about five
tunc, ot tcinli'c coughs and colds,
nl-o nil bioihcr of u severe cold iu
Ins chest ami more than 20 others,
who used it on my advice. Wo hope
Ibis meat medicine will xet be sold
111 eveiv drug store In Porto Rico."
For tliiout und lung troubles there
U nothing better. A trial xvill con.
vtu.'o ion of its merits. 50 cents Si
1(10. Trinl bottle free. Guaiati.
' nil druggists.
PRISONERS ESCAPE FROM
JAIL WEDNESDAY NIGHT
But One Gets CoJd and Returns t9
Durance Vile Miss Sailie Far-.
mcr a Game Young Lady
Wednesday night about I) o'clock
Herman Cnmp, of Chnttnnooga, who
1 seriing n jail scntenco and Thos.
Buikoti, 11 Wnnesburg ln.1 charg-
tu Willi selling wluskyj made their
11 ape from the jail here by prizing
out it bar from 0110 of the window
on the upper tier of cells mid then
jumping from the roof of tho jail
office to the ground.
If was bitter cold nnd Camp, be
ing nnlanulmr with tho surround
ings wandered down to Itowlmul and
then back to Stanford and nt 4 o'
clock Thursday morning being near
ly frozen, returned lu the jail nnd
asked Jailer 'armor to let him in
Jim Tall, a colored prisoner, gale
the 'tlarm to Jailer Farmer nfter the
men had made a clean getnway.
I ncle Dink filed several shots in
the air to alarm the neighborhood
thinking some one might see the
Miss Snlbe Farmer, one of h
daughters, brnvdy grnbbed up a
shotgun nnd ran to the lenr of the
jail to head off any others who
might attempt to get away.
Jailer Fnrmer soon found that
Burleson wns the only 0110 missing
nnd thc officer is now engaged In a
hunt for him. Camp denied that he
cut the bar, but admits that ho made
his escape first and does not know
v.hidt way Burleson went.
Burleson was given 11 sentence ot
150 das at the Tecent tenn of cir
cuit court on the charge of selling
whisky and Camp was ftped .$50 for
catting 11 btakemnn on the Q. & C.
road and is la.iing the fine out in
.mil, Burleson's father is postmas
ter at W.tnesbtirg nnd has giien his
parents a gteut deal of trouble. His
lather told Jailer Dink Farmer that
if the boy came home be would cer-
Ininly send him back to jail. A
wariant bus Itoop (waived here
from Chattanooga charging Camp
with felon, but ho was ignorant of
it, else he would probably have
bulled the cold mid huie gotten
COL. C. R. ANDERSON
Announces His Candidacy for State
Senator Good Man
Col. Clifton K. Anderson, of Bo.ile
comity, w us. here Monday and left
his announcement with this paper
for the deuioeiatic nomination for
State Senator, irom this district,
comnosod of the counties of Lin
coln, Bo.ile. Oimui.l and Casey. Col.
Anderson is one of the most promi
nent business men ot Danville, being
a member ot the Jatge milling firm
ut Anderson Spillmmi, and is
identified with other business inter
ests of his eitv. His irieii.lt claim
that it is Bovle's. time to mime the
Senator and thut he will have no
m position for the honor. Tlut he
will make a most eupable and effi
cient leproseiitntive there is 110 doubt
and if he is cut 1 luted with the com
mission his man friends bclieio
Unit the district will halo hnuoted
itself its well ns luni.
In Central Kentucky Being Bouqht
Uo bv Chicago Syndicate
The follow'ing news ileitis taken
tioin the Winchester Democrat will
bo of intctcst to the people of this
community, as it is repotted that
negotiations ate under wa, look
ing to the purchase ot thu Stanford
plant aUo: A Chicago corporation
has ptacticallv gained couttol of the
.lectin- light and ice plants ol Ceil
tttll Kentucky, including those of
Winchester, Lexington mid Mt. Ster
ling, and will merge them into one
lug coiiiointion, securing current
1 1 mu a hidio-cleftuc plant, which
will bo installed at the month of Dix
A Inter report, however, was to
the elfeit that an eastern eurpout
lion hod securtd the Wimheslcr
plant nml tho .1 le at Mt. Sterling
nml would begitr the eioiliou of a
mammoth central power plant in
Winchester soon, to siipnlv the new
lighting system hcic and in Mt. ,
Slot ling and other suburban towns,
windless, of wlut her tho hdro-
elect 110 plant on Dix liver is coat-
nlet.d or not.
In Thc State nf Casey
Mis. Amanda Stono Crow, nml
Mm, Master John Bo vie, of Danville'.
me visiting: Liberty lehttivi's. Mr.
.11111 ncsie.v liiimji, 111 .sianior'i, is
visiting her mothiM, Mrs. I. 8. WeJ
le.i . Mr. W W Phillips, of Hu-. i
touville, linted Mis. II. W. Phillip
Iiirt nf the, week'. Mr. mid Jfta.
Sam Murphy, of Moirluud, xisii4
his mother Mr. Sallio E. Murphy,
nt Boile S11iKf.1v Cfiy 'fcejys'.j