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.FOUNDED 1860. 53D TEAR. NO. 00.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1012
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYi
AT ALLENSVILLE LAST WEEK
Miss Marie MfatiMy, a Farmer Stan-
Ttti Girl, lectmes sVHle of
Rev. Auflust F. lattech
Allensville, Ky., Nor. 30. The
most brilllnnt socinl event of the I
season was the wedding or. Alias
Marie Ilnydeti Mnhony and tho Itcv.
August Francis Dallbneh, of Lain
den, N. J., which wan solemnized
here at the First Baptist church on
Thursday evening ut six o'clock in
the ptesencu of u largo company of
friends and relative.
Th nrurcu wu surtisticnlly doc
orated with jwlrus and ferns, stud
ded with attractively urrunged cun
tlelbra and holly uscl in profusion.
Rev. II. F. 1 lagan, of Trenton, wus
tlio officiating minister and hofore
(he ceremony, u musical program
was rendered by Mm. Walter Car
veil, organist uml Mrs. Ilamill, who
nng in her usual sweet nnd impros
bive manner, "I Iiovr You Truly."
nnd "Oh Promise Me." The bridal
jiarty filtered the church by Men
delssohn's wedding march, while Lo
lienven'n wus used aH n recessional.
Mr. Carvril played the flower song
ery softly, during the ceremony.
Tie ushers Messrs. Thomas Lyne,
"Warren Walton, Charlie Gill and
Frank Smith wore black suits nnd
the croora and best man were dress
ed in I'riiuw Albert.
The bride's maids wli were Misses
I'.lizabcth Walton, Annie Builbne.li
nnd Oliw Walton, wore reception
dresses of blue cloth nnd carried
pink enrnations nnd maiden hair
Jem. The rauid of honor, Miss Vir
ginia Mnhony, the brile's sister, in
brown costume with trimmings of
vreen satin nnd ace. carried n beau
tiful boquet of Kitlurney raes.nnd
The bride was lovely in her ex
uuislte wedding gown of blue velvet
combined with iin'Mii ted luce and
enrried n white tK I Wile from
nch end of which fell a shower of
valley lilies. The bride, who was
vivon in morriage by her father, ttie
Kev. It. H. Mahony, was met nt the
altar by the groom nnd his best man.
Mr. A. (1. Bulbnch, father of the
Following the Iwiulifnl nnd im
presVive ring ceremony, the bridal
imrty and a few intimate friends
Were cutertuined at the home of the
lnide. A tempting buffet luncheon
was served. Rv. and Mrs. Itnllmch
left on the evening train for n week's
May in (Chicago mul Minneapolis af
ter which they will be at home at
'I.on2 Prairie, Minn., where Hev. B.il
bach is pastor of the Baptist church
Tho bride's traveling costume was it
t,tlili blue whipcord with hat to
harmonize. A verj large nnd hand
Mime collection of wedding prc-ents
was received by the exceeding popu
lar noting couple, and their host of
friend extend to them thier hearty
IN HONOR OF BRIDE
Beautiful Entertainments Given For
Miss Mahony Last Week.
.. 1 I I
fount of two iieauiilul aiiairs Kiie"'
in honor of Miss Marie Muhouy. for
merly of tin" city, whose wedding to
l!ev. August Bulbnch, was celebrat
ed there l"t week:
Mioses wuve and I'.iiniiieiu vii-.
ton, entertained Tuesday afternoon
with u miscellaneous shower, in
lionor of Miss Marie. Haydeu Mnhony
ait their country home "Walton
.Muiior', which wa
on this beautiful No ember nftcr
iioou. Tlio entire parlor iloor was used
for the entertainment and the deco
rations - were unusually beautiful,
consisting of chrysanthemums led
nnd white roses and pliiino-ii. After
Liing berved to chocolate und wuf-
cis, we entered the first reception
loom und met Miss Muhouy, Miss
Virginia Mahony, Miss Uallmch, Miss
Elizabeth Walton. We then listened
to a Victrolu produce the mo-d popu
After a short time we entered tho
main nuilur nnd awaited the up
peninnce of Cupid, in Iho form of
Muster John Robeits Walton, bring
ing with him n lnrge red heart on
v heels filled to overflowing with
preents for Miss Mnhony. She was
the'hnppy recipient of ninny most
beautiful gifts und displayed them,
ono by one nnd IhoJiearts of her
friends went' out to her, as,' ftho, htftid
beforthem, joyous in her posses!
ious and spoke words of lovo uud
appreciation. She stood aside after
Slaving filled two tnhles with houfee-
A Incut at iMieuswiie semis ine'Very Hour.
I. .1. the following appreciated ac-j f,.-LVhut did she snyT Make Me n
hold attractions and belongings.
i .i ... . .
cured by the efforts of Miss Small
Wo were then taken into tho din
ing room and seated. A large table
wus in center of the room, whito and
red roses formed the handsome cen
terpiece, silver candclbrns wcro at
camera of the table, filled with red
candles. Tho ices nnd cakes wcro in
red und white. Tho Ted ice was ef
fectively decorated by Cupid in
white, the white block cuke, bore
Miss Mithony's initials in red.
Red nnd whito heart-shaped niints
vrcrc served. The favors consisted
of little, white satin bags filled with
Miss Mnhony wore a hluo velvet
gown beautifully trimmed in luce,
nnd large black hat with fenders.
Miss Wultou wore pink chiffon
hand painted, over pink, with luco
Miss Elizabeth Walton wore
muuvo charmcusc trimmed with vel
ct and luce.
Miss Virginia Mahony wore dark
blue cloth suit and green und hluo
Buffet Luncheon Party
Mrs. Ihomas I'cppcr entertained
at luncheon Monday from two to
iour ut her home on Muin street,
Alleusville, Ky., in honor of Miss
Marie Ilnydeit Muhouy.
The occasion was one of the most
Lr ill in n t of the season. The library
uml drawing room wore filled with
the friends of Mrs. Pepper'a nnd
"What shall we say of Miss Mn
hony whom w'e hue learned to love?
She has measured up to our stan
dard of womanly dignity and honor,
nor has she been found wanting in
liny trust reposed in her and now
that woman's crowning blessing has
come The love of u ' brave nnd
chivalrous mull we shall still bcliOV
her able to meet worthily tho coudi,
tious of the new life. And he must
he woithy since she' has chusfii.
Tho feature of the alteroevn '"
a dutest conducted by Mrs. J. J.
Hardin und Mrs. Walter Carvel.
The questions were 'read und the
answers gotten from iiiumi lcmleicd
A Religious Romance.
Marie Mahony wus a religious
gill and loved to go to church.
I And one day at the protracted
meeting in Stanford her eyes begun
I tt, eaich.
The men who tilled the benches
und the Indie by their side.
And near the pulpit sat August
Bulbnch in nil his manhood pride.
And it was n large crowd to hear
J. C. Daniels picach.
Christ uud lue and God above
nnd the people to teach.
(Continued in u Wedding Song)
1. Who wus the hero! The Child
of u King.
2. Where did he meet the hero
iuof The little Drown Church in
the Wild Wood.
"J. What weie they doing! Bring
iiiLr in the Sheave.
1. What did he siivT 1 need Thee
Cliniiiicl ot BlessuT'
0. What did he say when he firrt
fell in love? Thcte is Suushine in
My Soul Today
7. What did .she say Let the
illcxsi-d Siin-hiue in.
S. How did hu woo hcri Softly
j nnd Tenderly.
U, For what did ho piueT A little
Bit of Love.
10. What did he say when he
proposed? Take My Life and Let it
I'.e Consecrated to Thee,
11. What did she reply! 1 am
1'J. What did she say when he
teased her about going so far uwuyf
I'll go Where You Want Me to Oo.
VJ. What did she tell her father?
1 lyove Him, I l.oo Him.
14. What did shu promise! To
Love and Obey.
15. Who will be invited to the
wedding!. Whosoever Will, May Come
10. What did she when he tir.it
caressed her! Diuw me Neuier,
17. How will they spend the
honeymoon! In the Good Old Fasji
18. Wlmt is their life woik? Res
cue the Perishing.
10. Where will they go? Green
lands Icy Mountain.
'JO. What is the with of their
friends! Dlest Do tho Tie Thut Kinds
Epded by wedding march and tho
guests' inarched'' to ihd'dinrng rbotu
for luncheon, where elegant refresh
ments were served and paper hearts
given as favors.
iimonR me mosi p izc, presents, j,oV. TLom8 j. Dlivu, a DapliS)t
received was a solid silver s' I minister, of Elitabethtown, was sent
fork, presented by. the .Lad.es Aid ,0 jnil for .J4 ,, b Jud Su.
Society of the Baptist church, Ms-MUg, for conlcm)t 0r court.
General News Hales
Gov. Wilson is said to fuvor tak
ing the oath of office unostentati
ously March 4 tlio time provided
by law and postponing the public
ceremonies with the show features
attending inaugurations, until the
last .Thursday in April.
Mrs. W. Ross llastin was hostess
of u well upjiointcd luncheon for her
attractive guest Miss Sadie Imiigh
man, of llustouville.
iibiman C. Brown and Miss Miilie
C. Graves were united in mnrriago
iiii Wednesday ut the homo of Elder
F. M. Tinder he iicrformiug the cere
mony. Mr. II. G. Guy, pharmacist ut it.
E. Mcltobeils' drug store, bus re
signed his position und returned to
his home in Allen conty.
Mr. Abuer G. Daniel, uged 7tt
yeurs uud u former resident) of this
city died in Purugnhl, Ark., of u
complication of discuses. A widow,
two adopted daughters and ono sister
Mrs. Win. Yuntis, of Paragold, Ark.
The comedy entitled "sentimental
Surah" by home talent, ut the op
era house Friday evening, drew
large crowd. The students in the
high school gave the play and the
suui of $85 wus realized, the pro
ceeds to he used for the benefit of
the uthtetie club.
Mrs. 11. C. Rose entertained at a
handsome course luncheon, the lien
or guest being MLs.s Sadie (laugh
man, of lIutonville.
Elder E. C. MeDongle, of Rich
mond, pleached a most interesting
sfcimon Sunday ut the Christian
church on the advancement of the
(.'. W. B. M. auxiliary.
The little son of Mr. and Mih.
Kichuid Button, of Bryuntsville, is
convalescent from a lccent illness of
Tlie Presbyterian MjnMiiary So
cicty met Monday afternoon ut tho
Mv. and Mrs. George Brown gave
mi elaborate coure dinner to their
son, Hotmail I. Brown uud bride.
Mr. Leonard Crank und Miss Iucy
J. Picston, of ML Hebron were unit
ed in mairiagc at the home of Bcv.
G. W. Thompson on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ball cnler
tnined nt a well arranged course
dinner Thursday complimentary to
the followim; Stuuford quests: Mr
ami Mr ('. II. Mo-er, Mr. nnd Mr.
Hohou i'niiiphcll und Mis?. M.irtha
Wilham Henry White, age l.'i years
the second son of .Mrs. Jennie Faulk
ner White, died in tho city of Nudi
ville, where he was attending col
lege. Hi death wus thought to have
lesiilted from uu accident received
in playun; loot hall. .Mucli sympa
thy U felt for tin mother, in her
Dr. J. J. Puisley is traveling in
Georgia in the inteiest of his medi
cines. .jiss .Miirgiuci lliuii, oi ."sew
York City, came Friday for a visit
to Mis. Emma Hinggiuhotham. Mi's.
. A. Price was called to Florida
by the illnes of her daughter, Mrs.
Hoy Orrell. Miss Bcsxio Shugnrs,
of Richmond. Msitcd Miss Murthn
Butt is last week. Mis Sadie Bnugh
nian, of llustouville. who is uttend
lie.' the Xoriual school nt Richmond,
has been the recent guest of Mrs. W.
Ross Bnstin. Miss Belle Denny, of
Sranfoid is the uuest of Miss Fstcll
Wnlker. Mrs. Marin K. Kiihy is at
home from u short stay in Washing
ton City. Miss Allelic Bourne is in
Iiviugstou visitinj: her sister, Mrs.
Fred Neighbors. Judge Homer W.
Basiin, wife and little daughter were
guests the past week of Mr. nnd
Mis. R. II. Butcou. Mr. Clinton
Bastin and bride left for their home,
in Millershurj; ntlei spending Thuiik
giving with Mr. nnd Mis. A. II. Bas
tin. Burleson Returns to Jail
Tolheit Burleson, who with Her
mini Camp, broke jail heie Wednes
day night, uu iicount of which ap
peared in the hist issue of the 1. J.
returned to the jail here Sunday
night about !) o'clock weary uud bun
!ry, and asked Jailer Farmer to tuke
him in, thut he was tired of dodg
ing the officers nnd had lesolved to
serve out his sentence and become u
better inun. The penalty for break
ing jail is confinement in the peni
tentiary hut it is not likely that tho
chiirgo will bo pushed against Bur
leJoMefytviyilj. if he Bliowsn, dis
K'sftion to reform and make n good
prisoner while he is paying tho pen
alty for his past lawless career.
Ffm If S SENATE
In Response to Demand that DeiM
cracy Be Allowed te Fulfill
Frankfort,. Ky.,. Nov.. UO.-Thc
formal iinriouncenujnt of formci
Gov. J. C. V. Beckham thn ho will
he a candidate before tho Demo
crats of Kentucky in the August,
1913, State primary olection, for the
nomination for United States Sena
tor to succeed William O. Bradley,
wag ninde here t.xlny.
Thut Gov. Beckham would ask
the people of Kentucky i0 restole to
him uu honor bestowed by them ut
polls uud then denied in tho hulls of
the General Assembly, has been
known for somo weeks to those clos
est to him here. Kentucky news
paper editors, Democratic und Re
publican, havo been calling upon him
to announce u3 a candidate, voicing
the sentiment of pretty nearly every
community in the state, und bo has
received hundreds of letters, quite
a number of them from influential
men who have opposed his political
aspirations in the past, declaring
that he should have no opposition to
succeed Senator Bradley.
The announcement reads as fol
lows: hi answer to a great many inqui
ries I feel thut I should, without
further delay, make known my pur
pose in regard to the approaching
race for the United State senator
ship, for which a Democratic, nomi
nation is to be made in the state
primary next August. Following my
retirement from the office f Gov
ernor about five years ugo and tho
result of the senatorial election in
the General Assembly of 1908, it
imis not my intention to again seek
public office. Eight yeurs- of ardu
ous nnd difficult bervice as Gover
nor, frequently dealing with serious
und critical questions, had prepared
me to welcome and enjoy tho relief
froui public responsibilities und the
mStia r.f private life s:hirls sii.-Ii re
tirement offeied me.
But from the people uud the press
of the State I have received so many
kind und Buttering assurances thut
I might us a Senator from Kentucky;
be of some Useful public service, and
gratefully npprccinting the honor im
plied by such expressions, 1 have de
cided to become a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for thut of
fice in tho primary next August, ami
to submit my caudiducy to the Dem
ocratic voters of tho state.
I believe that the eople of Ken
tucky hate known mo long enough
and well enough to judge by what
principles uud purposes 1 hue ill
wuy been influenced in my public
life, and how well or ill 1 have met
ou-ry responsibility or obligation
confronting inc. 1 htive been frank
with them nt nil times, frequently
when 1 bchccd it to he to my per.
sonnl disadvantage, ami I have ncv
ur let them remain in dtmht about
my position upon any important po
So upon the issues now promi
nent before the country the peojJe
of Kentucky well know how I stand
uud whut mv course of action would
be if I should he elected to the Sen
utc. 1 urn in liea i ly accord with the
principles of the itlattorm of the
Baltimore convention, und it would
be my endeavor us a member of the
Senate, without ostentation or dis
play, to earnestly and efficiently
assist President Wilson und his Ad
ministration in fulfilling the .promi
ses made to the people in thut plat
form uud in the lecent campaign.
The veidict of the American peo
ple in the lecent national election
was unmistakable and emphatic.
They voted for a definite change in
certain policies of the Government,
the restoration of its control to the
people, the dethronement of the pow
er of special interests, lelief from
the burdens of tariff tuxes and tri
butes ,the overthrow of mou6p!y in
our industries, the readjustment of
the functions of Government to
serve the musses of the people rath
er than those favored classes which
have fattened upon special privil
eges, uud for other just and needed
reforms outlined in the Democratic
programme. Hnwever much we may
rejoice over thu recent result nt the
mills, our victory is not yci won,
und will not be won. until we have
substantially fulfilled these cxpccla-
tions of the people of enacting into
laws the promises we have liiiidc It
is evident that the admirable innil
whom wo have elected President ic-
cognizes (ho solemnity of the ohlis
cations placed upon him in these
matters and is essential for the
biiiTt'ss of his Ai'u'inUtrnluu tu.it
'n. ihould luv in lli-s Scnaio a w.'l
a8 'n tlic House, to aid him in keep
,mg faith with the people, men who
,'aro in cordial sympathy with his
policies and men who nro willing and
capable of finisbiug successfully the
work to be begun.
I seek this position as Senator
from ray nnUve Sta,6 ,ot mere,y
with nny selfish consideration of the
honor it tony bring me, but for the
broad opjjortuntty it would afford
mo of rendering some useful nnd
patriotic service to the pooplo of the
country. I believe that I havo had
such experience nnd training as
would make me reasonably well pre
pared for the work. I do not come
before the people of Kentucky in
till? rnci unknown to or untried by
them. In my public enrcer in the
pust they hnve hud nmplc opportuni
ties to determine whether or not I
enn be trusted with official respon
sibilities, or whether or not I om ac
customed to redeem my promises
und obligations' to them.
Upon their sound judgment and
generous confidence I rest ray can
didacy for this high office, seeking
their support if they believe me wor
thy of it nnd advising them to vote
for some other man if they bclievo
he enn more faithfully nnd success
fully serve them.
Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Dunn Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Dunn beau
tifully entertained ou Friduy even
ing in honor of Miss Mary E. An
derson, the beautiful and attractive
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David An
derson, of Preuchersville. The
house was beautifully decorated iu
White chrysanthemums und patted
ferus. At the appointed hour de
lightful refreshments were served iu
the dining room. All regretted when
the hour for departure came. Those
Miss Mary E. Ander&ou, Mr.
Burch Hester, Miss Mary B. Spoon
amore. Mr. Noel Carrel, Miss Eliza
beth Holtzclaw, Mr. Jonathan Ran
kin, Mis Emma Holtzclaw, Mr.
Bowen (livens, Miss Lizzie Dye, Mr.
George Sudduth, Miss Lena Truylor,
Mr. William" Dudderar, Miss Jewel
Spoouumorc, Mr. John Rankin, Miss
Opine Wayne, Mr. John Spoonaraore,
Mis May me Wilmot, Mr. Smith
Rnukin. Miss Mary E. Holtzclaw,
Mr. Albert Phillipi-, Mis Elsie Mor
ris, Mr. Max Latimer, Miss Jesse
Lvnn, Mr. Jese Luwienee, Miss
Nuniiie Sloan, Mr. Raymond Truy
lor. Miss Vcrgie Spoonumore, Mr.
Bona McKechuie, Mis-, Kate Ander;
son, Mr. Logan Hubble, Mjss Mag
gie Rankin. Mr. David Morris, Miss
Pcuri Chrisiiian, Mr. Albert SKoim
morc. Miss Eliza Cox, Mr. Silas An-der-oti,
Miss Vercie Hester. MtvJas.
Wilmot, Miss Ethel Freeman, Mr.
Morrison Luce, Miss Jennie Law
rence, Mr. Edwin Holtzcluw, Miss
Mabel Riinkiu, -Mr. Bunk Spooua
more, Miss Lumie Rankin, Mr. Cal
vin Hester, Jfiss Ellen Scott, Mr.
George Pope, Miss Dora Hester, Mr.
Joseph Freeman. Mis l.illie Wilmot,
Mr. Clarence Rankin, Miss Kute.
Ho!t7(4aw, Mr. Leslie Sloan, Miss
Anna Holtzclaw, Mr. Ernest Chris
innu, Miss Ida Freeman, Mr. Albert
Scotl, Miss Mae 'L'mvlor, Mr, Har
ry Scott, Miss Effie Miller, Mr. Deo
SiHxriiamore, Miss Evu Rnukin, Mr
Ewult Givens, Miss Bessie Cos, Mr.
Mr. Iriee, of Washington, is vis
iting his daughter, Mrs. A. M. Luce,
.Mr. W. (1. Rnukin, of Perryville,
was here lust week to see his da ligh
ter, Mrs. W. C. Pettus.
Miss Mtivbelle Rankin, of Murcel-
his, was visiting iu this vicinity last
J. K. McKechnie bus been visiting
ieluties here for a couple of weeks,
He will leave this week for Portland,
Ore., wlieie he has a good position.
Dogs got into Mr. 1). B. Morris'
sheep hist week uud killed uud clip.
pled live. i
Mis-e Elizabeth Miller and Fran
cis James, of Richmond, came homo
with Miss Jennie Rankin and spent
('. C. (lover and wife spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mis. Robert Ruiikin ut
Mrs. John Muiphy has pneumonia
Mr. Robert Rnukin shipped u load
of mules !,, Odessa, Gn., Mondiiy.
Rev. Swift, nf Lexington pieuch-
cd ut Mi-Keudrre church Sunday,
j The Hubble Telephone Company
mv putrinf un u ii'u f rjnn. H.ijbbln to
Lnii-arl.er. jhj.vjiiie tin wlv.t.uP
most "of" iht wiiv'tinil will have the
wire on the .hist 'of Hi, -pfi -''ill"'!
this hui is couipl'i.. 1 hi t?'.' r
a line to Slupf.od. wl tlicy hone
to get connection wiih the Cumber-
OeKfhtfHl Entertainment Tonight.
Laurant, tho wonderful magician
entertained a largo crowd nt tho op
era house Saturday night. This
was tho second number of the lyceum
course program and was crcatly en
joyed by everyone. The third num
ber on tho course cornea tonight,
when tho Boston Lyrics a very high
class and talented musicul troupo
will bo seen ut the opera house. Af
ter this, tho fourth number will b0
late in January. No one can afford
to miss this attraction, this Tuesday
W. H. Wearen Sells Interest In Big
establishment to Partner.
A large advertisement on another
puge, tells of the dissolution of tho
large firm of Cummins & Wearen,
wtio have conducted one of tho Ian:
est establishments dealing in gent's
clothing, shoes nnd furnishings for
n number of years. Mr. W. II. Wear
en sold his interest in the store to
Mr. Cummins, nnd in order to closo
up the partnership they are adver
tising a big dissolution sale. Mr. J.
F. Cummins will continue to operate
the business iu their big store room
at the corner of Main and Depot
streets. He is one of the most nonu
lnr business men in Lincoln county
nnd will undoubtedly keep the es
tablishment up to its standard, ag he
"goes it alone". Mr. Wearen is con
sidering several good offers, it is un
derstood, but will look over the field
thoroughly before making up his
The Thnnksgivinsr dance was eriv-
en here lat Friday night and wus
enjoyed by nil, who were there. The
musics wus furnished from Danville.
Tlutse present were: Miss Belle
Rousiski, Mr. Lee Rupley, Miss Mary
Elizabeth McKinney, Mr. Stewart
Carson, Miss Lyle Cooper, Mr. Jos
eph Hill, Miss Bertn Jcun Penny,
Mr. Spuldmg Hill, Miss Mary Dee
Beck, Mr. Howard Newland, Miss
Goodie Redd and Mr. Gcorgo New
lmid, Miss Anna Chancellor, Mr.
Cnssidy. Miss Mary Burdette Mr.
Frank Phillips Miss Sinks, Mr. Tu
dor. Miss Hundley, Mr. Albeit Holtz
claw, Miss Lcttie Walker MeKinnoy,
Mr. rrevott Brown, Misses Engle-
man nnd Mr. Walter McKinney, Mrs.
husnn longer, Mrs. W. R. Rice. Mr.
ai)d Mrs. J. C. Reynold. Mis Mary
Wnlden Go.K-h, Miss Mary IC. Dud
derar, Mesrs. Woods, Cooper, Mob
ley, Joe W. Rout, nnd Messrs. Wcdfe
Fitzgerald and McCnrty, ot Danville,
and many other visitors.
County Clerk Cooper ha boon
quite busy the past two days issu
ing inairiage licenses. The following
licenses have been secured since tbe
1. J.'s last report. Alfred Brown,
of (he East End, was united in mar
riage to Miss Susau Pollard, of
Rwkcastle county, the wedding tak
ing place at the homo of John Elder
iKMr Bee Lick.
John T. Dudderar and Miss Miir
thu Payne becuuie luisbund and wife
Saturday at the home of the bride
near Crab Orchard. Both parties
aie natives ot Lincoln county.
W. L. King, of Rockcastle county,
secured license to wed Miss Samun
thn Jones, of this county. Rev. D.
M. Walker performed the ceremony
nt his home cm Logan avenue.
Virgil Siler und Miss Bertha
Durham, both of Lincoln, were join
ed in wedlock's holy bonds ut Chest
nut ridge church Friday.
Do You Own a Hyomei
Inbaler for Catarrh?
Then you ought to know that
druggists everywhere will furnish
you with a bottle of Booth's HY
OMEI for only 50 cents.
Pour u few drops of HYOMEI into
the inhaler und sturt this very day
to breathe the soothing, healing vu
por uud destroy the Cuturrh germs.
With every package of HYOMEI
comes u little booklet which explains
how easy it is to end the misery of
Ciilnnh, Croup. Sore Throut, Bron
chitis uud Deafness caused by Cu
turrh. But best of all 0. L. Penny is
uutliirtvcd to lefuud your money if
HYOMEI doesn't do just whut it is
udveitiscd to do. If you haven't
the HYOMEI inhaler ask for the
complete outfit, rl.
The teachers of the Graded school
iind .rirrnl, schools, iii Educational
Division No. 1 ore requested to meot
i I'" 'ligb c!iool building in Slaii-
t. J-' .. .'.( I .K. if,,. All persons
iiilicstcd iu the cause of education
nre urged to nttend this
Garland Singleton, Supt.
STATE BANK C0RM SHOW
A DECIDED SUCCESS
Pronounce by Prsf. Smith t bt
Skm Best Exhibit in State
Many Fanurs Attend
Tho corn show given Saturday af
ternoon by the State Bank & Trust
Co., of Stanford, brought out least
150 farmers from nil sections of the
county and considerable interest
was manifested iu tflie lecture by
Prof. Wallace V. Smith, of the Ken
tucky experiment station at Lexing
ton. Un was- introduced to the as
sembly by Prof. J. W. Ireland, who
culled atlentien to the fact that tho
agricultural spirit was growins in
the stiitc and showed by statistics
that 84 per cent of the children who
arc now in school nre from the
farm. Smith is qm'to a young man
but his lecture nnd the accuracy with
which he judged the exhibits "show
ed beyond a doubt that he is famil
iar with his duties- and his decisions
gnve genoral satisfaction. He paid
Lincoln county farmers the compli
ment of having raised the best com
he hud seen outside the county of
Jefferson and which was exhibited
nt the Louisville corn show last
week. This speaks1 volume of praise
as he bus been judging corn shows
at many Kentucky towns- und cities.
His lecture' was replete with good
sound reasoning and gnve the far
mers some new and valuable ideas.
No rule he said' could bo laid down
for the raising of the cereal as much
depended' upon the land, the chief
thing to be ascertained is what pro
perties' the land' is deficient in. He
could not, for- lack of time, go int
defat ns to how to find out what
those deficiencies might be, but told
his nudience that .the experiment
station at Lexington would send free
of charge to anyTapplicnnt a trea
tise on nearly every phase of agri
culture. The hank offered four premium
$j for t&e best single ear, of white
oorn. Tbis whs awarded to B; W.
Givens, who raised it on his farm at
Hubble. Prof Smith pronounced
this cur of corn to be the most per-
fec(i one he hud ever judged and
advised, Mr. Givens to scud it to the
National Corn Show nt Columbia,
South Carolina Si Jnuuary 1013.
The- award for the best 12 ours of
white com went to W. R Gaines of
Wulnut Flat. It was worth $7.50-
und was also pronounced excellent.
The second award for tin best doz
en ears of white wurf given to Thos.
A. Rice. Tt was worth $5 and wast
raised by Mr. Rice on his rich blue
rass farm on the Stanford and
Danville- pike. J. Frank Smith cap
hired the award for the best don
ears of yellow corn, woith $2..r0.
Mr. Smith raised the display on his
place on the cut off pike between
Stanford und Shelby City, There were
3G entries in the single ear contest,
won by Mr. Givensj "17 in the show
for the best dozen ears, won by Mr.
Gaines. Tho five salient points -on
whilt the judge based the awurds
were 1st uniformity of exhibit; 2nd
shape of ear; 3rd length of ear;
4th circumference of car, 5th tips of
ears nnd soundness of kernel.
Cashier M. 11. Salin, of the State
Bunk nnd Trust Co., who promoted
the show, hus the thunks and com
mendation of every one interested in
such matter. He devoted much
time to it nnd liko everything else he
undertakes, he made n success of
Prices cut ut a time when you
need clothes nnd shoes. Cummins
Restore His Nomination
Candidates for United States Sen
ator are almost ns thick as appli
cants for post office in nny country
town since the election. Many good
men are being "mentioned," hut its
dollars to doughnuts that the peo
ple insist that Mr. Beckham's pro
perty will be restored unto him.
A Record Log
The lurgest log thut ever went out
of Adnir county was hauled to
Cumphellsville hist week by J. N.
Atwell, Venter Deal und John Young.
The tree wus cut on n farm owned
by one of the Tupraan boys, lying on
Green river. Tho cut hauled weigh
ed 22,083 pounds nnd contained 22,
02S feet of lumber. It was hauled
by twelve horses, hooked to an old
Hickory wagon bought by Mr, At
well from the Buchanan Lyon- Com
puny, Cnuiphellsville. The, cut be
longed to Mr. Whithev, the. well-'
known- lumber. mail. .The ieVn"iiii-
entered Compbellsville nnd nlso't-e
many people while en route. Adwr
Couuty News. ,
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