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T The Interior Journal. . r VOL. XXXVII. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1909. NO. 68. V MIDDLEBURO. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay Estca nrc papa and mamma now. It Is a girl and tho event occurred Monday. Dr. C. U. Creech attended and Clay Is as happy as the happiest under such circumstanc es. W. T. Miller has returned from Now Castle, Ind. K. H. Young and D. G. Elliott were In Liberty Saturday. Miss May Horton, of Frankfort, Is with her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McWhorter. Miss Willie Foglo was over from Ellisburg Sunday. (J It. Jonas went to Louisville Monday to at tend tho Masonic Grand Lodge. A family by tho name of Prlco that has been giving tho people on Trace Fork plko considerable trouble for somo months, loaded their household effect Saturday a.nd left for parts unknown. They had become so offensive that the citizens applied for a warrant of arrest, and getting wind of It, they mado for tall timber. Uncle John Vest saya ho hopes the further they go the better they will like It. The pupils of tho Graded School went on an excursion to Liberty Friday and It was about the Jolllest crowd It has been our lot to meet for many n year. They were chaperoned by their teach ers and tho kid band went along to fur nish music Tho professor was looking somowhat weary when he returned. It required four wagons with very large hay frames to take them and ovcry available space was covered. The democratic convention drew a big crowd to Yoscmlto Saturday. Tho con vention was orderly and the best of feeling prevailed throughout. Tho Wall town section was well represented and for the most part supported W. B. Wall for magistrate. They wero do-f.-.itiM hut took it cood humoredly and deported themselves as gentlemen and rood democrats. Mr. Wall thanked those who supported him and declared that he had no sores to heal. Mr. Thos. S. Benson was nominsted. Resolutions of Respect. Whereas, we, in tho providence of Almighty God. have been called upon to givo up cur beloved pastor, Itcv, J. Murray Taylor, who has been called to the Centennial Baptist Church, Wash ington, 0. C. Bo It resolved, first: That It is with the slncercst regret that we do so, and nothing short of tho fact that wo feel that he Is entering upon a broader field of labor, and ono which affords greater onnortunitles for tho improving and de veloping of his consecrated talents, and our interest in the Master s work could reconcile us to tho sevcranco of tho strom; tie that binds us together, and be It resolved, second: Thnt wo most earnestly commend him to the love, confidence and esteem of the church and peoplo among whom bo Is to labor, as a most faithful and consecrated minister of the gospel; at tho same time, praying God's richest blessimrs upon him and his work. Be it resolved, third: That a copy of thMe resolutions bo spread upon the minutes of our church-book, and that copy bo sent to our homo paper, the Interior Journal, and tho Baptist World, of Louisville, for publication. Respectfully signed by thecommlttee. It. B. Maiionev, chairman. The Bed-Rook of Success. Lies In a keen, clear brain, backed by Indomitable will and resistless energy, fiueh nower comes from tho splendid health that Dr. King's New Llfo Pills impart. They vitalize every organ and bnlld up b'raln and body. J. A. Harmon, LUemore, W. Va., writes: "They aro tho best pills I over used." 2.'o at Penny's Drug Store. Mrs. Basil W. Duke, daughter of an Illustrious Southern family, wife of r.n. Hiull W. Duke, sister of Gen John il. Morgan, founder and president ot tno KeniucKy mapier, uimra Daughters of the Confederacy, and vice president of the national organization, Iwiiilcr In tho social lifo of Louisville. and mother of a distinguished family of sons and daughters, was found dead at her homo. Death was duo to heart falluro. "Health Coffee" Is the cleverest Imitation of real colTeo over vet made. Dr. Shoop created It from pure parch od grains, malt, nuts, eta. Fino In flavor Is mado In just ono minute. No 20 or 30 minutes tedious bolting, Sauiplo free. Penny's Drug Store. Falling to secure convictions for vio lation of the prohibition law under or dinary procedure the Mobile authorities will resort to injunctions provided for In the Fuller bill. - m . m - - A tickling ordry cough can be quick ly loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Bold by Penny's Drug Store. The Doctor Your husband looks as though ha were overworked. Mn...Wtae-Iiap0Mible. Ht told a political office. HUSTONVILLE. Will Carson has about finished his as sessing labors In this section. James Yowcll sold to J. C. Johnson two cars of 1,300-pound cattlo for Nov. 1st delivery, at file. Since tho death of John Baugh'a child at Jumbo recently, there aro no new cases of diphtheria nnd school reopened Monday, Miss Jcssto Powell lost n handsomo gold bracelet at tho Baptist church last Sunday morning. Tho finder will bo re warded for Its return. Carlisle Alcorn loft Sunday for Hen derson, where ho has been given a lu crative position in tho construction de partment of tho L, & N. The sudden death of J. W. Llnthecum last week removes from our midst a man of tho strictest integrity and a gallant veteran of the 19th Ky. Infan try during the Civil War. D. L. Shores & Sons sold their $30, 000 farm back to J. S. Murphy for$2G, G00, after building a $2,100 tobacco barn on It. Thy will return to North Carolina In the near futuro. Miss Addle Lee, hnndsome daughrer of Mr. and Mrs. 11. T. Davidson, was married at the homo of her parents on tho 11th to Georgo Bastin, Rev. K. G, Martin performing tho ceremony. Rev. Mills and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Lippsand Mrs. Minnie Robinson were among the delegates from here to tho Centennial Convention of tho Christian church at Pittsburg last week. The music and elocution classes of Miss Angle Carpenter at tho Graded School arc progressing rapidly, which fact is due to tho untiring energy of their teacher, who will give a recital In tho near future. J. F. Jeffers, son-in-law of Dr. J. T. Bohon, Is seriously ill with lung trouble in a hospital in Louisville. Will Reth- crford, and wife, of Texas, arc visiting relatives in this vicinity. 'His wife was Miss Bettle Carpenter. Evidently a grave mistake was made by the managers of tho Horse Show at Louisville and tho Lexington trots by having their dates conflict. We heard many at both places regretting the col lision of dates, which prevented many from attending both meetings. Sam Rutherford bought of Joe Shear en one hlx-yoar-old 1,100-pound mule for $IS5. Shearcn bought of John Stapp a pair of good work mules for 200. Alf Carpenter bought tho house, lot and $1,000 stock of goods of Joe Snow near Kidd's Store and has opened up for busineiis. Rev. G. W. Painter, formerly n mis sionary to China, will speak at the Sun day morning and evening services at the Presbyterian church. Dr. Painter is one of the veterans of tho mission field, having gone to China in 1S73. The opportunity of hearing a man of his auility and long experience is not often afforded smaller churches and should not bo missed by any one who can at' tend. Tho Teachers' Association met here Saturday last. Tho program, arranged to throw light on some of the dark plac es of school work, was carried out by tho five teachers of the Graded School, who composed tho entire professional attendance. Mr. Wheeler's address was helpful ahd hopeful, showing his untiring interest in tho work nnd the workers. Miss Mary Stagg entertain ed the audience with a well rendered recitation. Thero aro some 17 teachers belonging to this association and it is to be regretted that only five of them were able to'bo present. Tho Hustonvlllo auxiliary of the C. W. B. M. met at tho Christian church Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Jennie Carpenter, as leader, carried out as near as possible the program rendered at Pittsburg. The attendance was good, each member present par ticipating. Opening prayer was ren dercd by Mrs. JennlcCarpentcr, after which a letter from our State president was read, congratulating tho auxiliary onita centennial gift. Next on pro gram was tho "value of centennial celebration" which was ably handled by Mrs. Smith Powell, after which an address was delivered by Miss Angle Carpenter in her usual impressive style and which compensated fully the mem bers present for their absence from the Pittsburg Convention. Tho call to young women was read by Mrs. Cath erine Hoeker. After tho scripture reading and circle of prayer, in which many ot the young members took part, Mrs, Jennie Carpenter closed the meet ing with a few words of exhortation of the necessity for prayerful persistent pressing on missionary service. It is tho weak nerves that are cry ing 'out for holp. Then help tbem, dou't drug the stomach or stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Dr. Snoop's Restorative and see how fast good health will corao to you again. Test 'It and see. Sold by Penny 'a Drug Store. Sbk onr line of Sweater Coats, thev are beauties. Cumralaa ft Wearea. NEWS NOTES. At Cleveland, Tenn,, six-year-old Kinney Green shot and killed his three-year-old brother. The boy was fooling with his father's gun. Tho supreme court of Pennsylvania allowed an appeal In the cases growing out of alleged grafting in connection with the building of th State Capitol Two women were killed outright and another seriously Injured when a Cen tral of Georgia switch engine ran into and demolished a street car at Colum bus, Ga. Seven employes wero killed and three other persons severely injured when -a boiler at the plant of the Griffin Saw mill Company near El Dorado, Ark., exploded. Hon. S. C. Bascom, Sr., a retired business man and farmer, who repre sented Bath and Rowan counties in the Legislature for many years, died at Piedmont. The Bank of Mincoqua at Mincoqua, Wis., was robbed by four masked men. me robbers blew all the vaults and es caped with several thousand dollars. A posso is said to have robbers surround ed. A balcony on a Rochester, N. Y., home, on which stood a party of women viewing the Rochester Day Industrial and Civic parade, gave way and Mrs. Henry G. Meyers was killed and her daughter hurt. The City Savings Bank of Nashville, Tcnn , which went into voluntary liqui dation last week, is insolvent and its affairs will be administered and wound up under the direction of the Davidson Chancery court. Tho skeleton of a young woman which was found in the woods near Brent wood, L. I., may be that of Miss May Smith, a nurse in tho Manhattan State Hospital at Islip. Miss Smith has been misting since last Bpring. One of tho most gigantic undertakirgs that the L. & N. has ever undertaken on the Henderson division of its syi- tem, and which will mean an outlay of $0,000,000, is assured, as contracts have been awarded for the improvement. With delegates in attendance from Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky and Tennessee, an interstate meeting of the Farmers' Educational and Co operative Union of America, known as the Farmers' Union, convened nt Dan ville, Va Tuesday. A post-mortem examination of the body of Charles Swinboum, the New port, Ky., man who was supposed to have committed suicide in Chicago lost Sunday, indicated that ho had not com mitted suicide, as was believed, but had been murdered. F E. Hanscome, cashier of the wrecked First National Rank of Min eral Point, W is., was found lying over the grave of his mother. A bullet wound in his head told the manner of his death. Mrs. John Gray, mother-in-law ot the dead banker, and to whose homo Hanscome's body was removed, dropped dead when her dead son-in-law was brought in. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Mrs. Catherine T. Robinson is dead in Danville. Frank C. Jones, a Lanrel county coal operator, has taken the bankrupt law. Mrs. J. F. Stapleton, of Clay county, fainted and fell in the fire, burning off ono ear and one arm. W. T. Bodcn, the well-known piano tuner who has been making Stanford for years, dropped dead at Lewisburg, Ind David McQueen, one of tho Negroes who killed Leon Yandell in a railroad camp near Nicholasville, is under arrest at East St. Louis. A supper will bo given at tho Mac- cabeo Hall In Junction City Friday night, Uct. zi). lnu proceeds will go to the tiaptist cnurcn or. tnat city. Fred Drake's store and the postoffice at Williamsburg wero broken into and robbed. Tho safe in the postofllco at Rockhold, not far distant, was also broken Into and robbed, At the second trial of his suit for damages against the Foster-Milburn uo., tor using ms name endorsing Doan's Pills without his consent. Col. Jack v. Uhlnn was given $-'.uuu. The annual meeting ot tho National Fox Hunters Association will begin at Lawrencebunr November 8. and con tinuo through the week. Several hun dred members will be present. 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