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The STANFORb Interior Journal.
J. W. Hutchcson Defendant In Two
To Which He Files Strong
Answers Six Dl-
verce Suits
A number of ItitercstiiiK suit"
Ucro filed Willi Circuit Clerk J. I),
fc'wope Init week, and litigation pro
Hikes to lie iilentiful when tho Nov
ember term of court is railed.
Though Attorney C. C. Williitms,
of Jit. Vernon, the Citizens' Dunk,
(it Nepton, Ky., files suit against J.
V. Hiltchcson. of thiri city, Jo col
lect $.,U0O alleged to he dttu on u tic
iiiuiil nolo for tluil ninoiuit, and se
cured by 1 1 bonds of a par .llue of
. j00 etch of tho Marion X Suburban
(Vmipnu.v. 1' this suit .Mr. Ilutche-r-on,
through his counsel, George 1).
I'loreiice, files answer that this note
vm given as a substitute for a note
of Douglas Webb iV Company, simp
ly ns ait nceomiuodation, mid he
files an agreement untile with the
cm nk hy which it was stipulated that
it was to sue and endeavor to collect
the Webb note before. lioUluu Hut
thesou linblo for bis note, and ho
avers that this has not been done.
He sujs that Webb is worth $2.0,
000 and (imply uble to pay his uotu
nml that under thu agreement th
hank sliould endeavor to collect the
i-ote from linn first.
Another int of a rather similar
i nture was filed against .Mi. Hut
Hitmen by Atiori-oy. t. C. Vdlims
ntul I. W. Dclhuruui, of Alt. Ver
i on, on behnlf nf thu Citizens' Hank
! Itrodhcnd, This second still is
-I Iso for $3,000 on a note against
Air. Hutchcsoii, signed jointly by J.
J I. Dickey, of Louisville, and .Mr.
Hutchcsoii. To tlii.s Mr. llutchesou
replies through Ins attorney, that ho
vent surety on the note whichJmd
Ven given by .Mr. Dickey to the
Itrodhead bank while Air. Hiitchcscu
v.is cnlner there uinler nu agree
ment that the bank wus to mnku an
effort to collect from Dickey be
fore holding llutehe-oii hiible, but
Jik in the former ease, the bank did
not do ho. though uotitied by llitt-clu-soil
to Mie Die!ey for llie amount
Thrtmgli Attorney T. J. Hill. Jr
Kflle Al. (liillifT brought Miit for di
vorce iiuuiii t her husband, Edward
4iiithff, on grounds of abandonment.
They were married in 1901 and have
several chihlreii.
Attorney Mill also brought utt on
behalf of W. 1.. Finn against his
wife Ktmnu Fain for divoric, also
Jin the grounds of ahaudoiiment.
Tln-y were inarrieil in 1003.
Attorney Fontaine Fox Bobbin
filed suit on behalf of Thomas Smith
Jignuist his wife Nancy Smith for
legal separation, on tho grounds of
Hiaudonmcnt. They "were married
ii 1000 in Iowa.
Catberiuu Hodge has brought suit
lor divorce against her hushiid Fianl:
Hodge, through Attorney John N.
Menefce, Jr., on grounds of non-sup-lrt
and ab.UKloiinieut. They were
Jiinrried in 18!Kt mid have six chil
dren. Suit fo.' divorce was also tiled by
t'lilnic J, Green against her husband
IVdm Green, her attorney being 1'.
Al. Mclloheit. She allege thai he
nhandoncd her anil treated her cruel
.v and uhks Hint he bo coinpfllttl to
tnakc an accounting of his pmpcr
tv for the support of her-df and
ier two ehihlrcn. She say he owns
a place worth about 1,(111(1, at High
land. Joe Adams sue for" divorce from
his wife Com Adam, through At
t'tniey .1. S. Owsley, Jr., on a stiitu
lcr charge.
Saturday. Sept 30. 1911 at 10 A. M.
Beds, ninttresses, springs., dress
ers, wuslfslnnds, tables, Mattings,
chair, vide-honrd, cots. dishes,
sheets, sewing luacliine, stoves, ice
cream freeir, etc.
Three mares, bred to jock, t horse
lerfectly gentle, 0 sets of single,
uirness, - pairs of double harness,
U extra poles, 0 buggies, 1 drummer
wagon, 2 surreys, 2 roustabout, 1
break enrt, I side -addle, 1 spring
wagon, 1 bunch of yeatling.
Terms made known on day of
hale. Ladies cordially invited.
Col. Pete Chandler, tict.
Curtis Gover.
My homo containing 2 acres nnd
15 poles of land, 4 miles noutli of
linntbter 4 miles east nf Stanford,
on Dix Itivcr U tho fork's of tb
road, lending from tho Dudilernrt
Alill to Gilbeit's Creek ututton, sioru
and post office, which is one mile.
Plenty of fruit, good cUter-i. good
barn and und dwelling mid nil out
buildings. Address Prof. J. Dat-
8on, Oilbcrt'sCrcek Ky. 70-8.
""Tim Woman's Improvement Club
will meet Wednesday afternoon at
,' o'clock nt thci- club rooms. A
'ull ntlendanee o the members U
Thumns Thornton sold to a Hedge
villn man a suckling colt for $72.50
Air. John Mirier sold to .Myers and
Tucker of llustonville II yearling
calves at 5 cents and Air. Aloscr
bought of Air. Leu (laddis a sow ami
Air. Sam Newell bought a fine
hull from a Pulaski man.
Air. Charlie Jones had a horse to
die last Meek.
Horn, to Mrs. Faiuiie Fole, of
Greenville, a fine boy. The mother
was before marriage a .Mis Vox of
this place.
Mr. Loyd Paynter, of Damille,
motored over Inst Sunday to see
Miss Lonme Uooue, wno is the at
tractive guest of .Miss l.clbi Jones.
Aliss Lula Tate, of Dunuville, is
the guest of her mm! Mrs. Simmons.
Ali-s l.uey Alcl'hord, of Shelby
City who hns been visiting her
friend .Miss Mnttiu HUhop.
ASiss Irene .Morgan who has ty
phoid fever is some better at this
writing, llcr.iniiiiy friends aro glnd
to know.
Airs. Jt. L. WinniiH of Lexington,
is spending the' week cud with her
mother Airs, Al. C. Jones.
Miss Itose AlcCormnek the charm
ing correspondent of llustonville,
mid her sister, Aliss .Marguerite,
passed through town last week.
Air. Josh .Myers is doing an ex
tensive business with his canning
t'.ictory. this hummer. Mr. .Myers is
a uoimI neighbor and ie wish him
There is a joung lady in this lown
who wants i-oincoiie to inform her
whether it is a sin to he an old n.aid
over IK) years of age.
Forepauqh and Sells Brothers to
Exhibit There on Sat. Oct. 7.
The great Adam Forcpnugh ami
Sells Brothers' circus will give two
performances in Lebanon on Sutur
dnv Ortober7th. lit New York City
tin- show is considered the licit ot
ill American amusement institutions
For nearly fifty years it has held
the place in the esteem of the public
-in fact of the world, for Miere
is not a country on earth that is
civilizid where at some time of mi
oilier it Iiiik not pitched it mail)
acres of tents.
The seiisniiou with the show this
year is the automobile double somr
s.iult iu inid-nir, nccomplished by
a vouitu I'reudi woman not yet out
oilier teens. For utter recklessness
and apparent disregard of death
lift net stands pre-eminent. The
heavy cur shoots with lightning
M-eed down a slender incline, leaps
high in air and while the audienee is
.aping in turns two completo revo
lutions in spnee, then dropping with
tcriifie force to a sleel platfoon.
fiis it. the most thrilliin; nf nil the
world's thrillers.
The parade which the show is giv
ing this year is three miles long and
iib-ohilch new in ideas from stmt
to fini-h. Over 1,00(1 people, "i.'iO hor
ses and three herds of elephants arc
seen in it. The entire equipment of
the show is new and the maiiugerie
is the most completo collection of
rule animals in America.
Samuel Iti-dmp, ,li a prominent
young iiirnier of the Writ Kud was
united in holy bonds of matrimony
Inst week to Ah.s Martrniet Hey
r.ohN. the attractive daughter of Mr
Mid Mrs. II. II. Ilejnnlds. The ccrc
tcony was performed by Kev. W. O.
Judc II. ('. It.iker. of Columbia,
announces the engagement ot hii
mtighlcr, .Miss Alnuuc to Air. William
David Jones, of Kiioxville, Teun. The
marriage will bo solemnized ut thu
home of the intended bride's patents
the latter part of October.
Air. Boyd Sims, ot King's Aloun
uunt Airs. J. O Lay.
Airs. II. I). Young visited her moth
er Airs. W. M. Huzelctt hist week,
while her husband was on business
ut Somerset.
Dogs broke into Mrs. David Dnugh
crty's turkeys and killed seven.
.Miss Alertie Lay spent Saturday
vith her sister. Airs. C. O. Daugli
erly. Airs. Leona Youeoii and chil
dren spent a week with her father
Mr. W. M. Lay.
John (Jock) Rankin of Stanford
was hero biiiiijr cattle. He left
with Vt.
liks Margaret IIiivh. of Somerset
was tho guest of Aliss Francis Run
ic in the last of the week. Tim two
l.ll fur llnriisiilc Sunday A. Al.
where they will teach in the Graded
nhool of that town. Alessrs Logan
Shearer and Wutcrson Coffey were
nut here Saturday. Misses Phylis
Hates and Jennie Stone were guests
,,( Mr., ('nroliiii- Rankin's Sunday.
'il ..! Perry Ingram and Sam Cn
tcllo are weighing1 up cuttle this week
which they bought some timo since.
For Lincoln Appointed By Commis
sioners Last Week.
F.lcctioti Commissioners It. L. Da
vison, J. T. Kmbry, nnd Sheriff W. L
AlcCnrty met In!t week nnd appoint
ed the following officers to conduct
the election iu Lincoln county on
Nov. 7:
Stanford No. I
Phil Ntinuclley, Judge
JainOs Harris, Sheiiff,
II. J. Luce, Clerk.
It. C. Arnold, Judge.
Stanford. No. 2
James II. Woods, Sheriff,
K. D. Pennington, Judge,
Cicero Reynolds Clerk,
Hid llolderinau, Judge,
Stanford No. 3
C. V. Gentry Sheriff,
W. II. Weurcn, Judge,
J. V. Cummins, Clerk.
P. M. Mi-Roberts Judge,
Stanford No. 4.
W. P. Logan Judge,
.Morgan Itenzlev, Sheriff.
S. J, Dull, Judge,
II. J. Darst Clerk.
Crab Orchard No. I
. J. R. CduiFstoli. Judge,
' R, II. Hronaugh. Sheriff.
Fred Shaw, Judge
John Kennedy, Clerk.
Crab Orchard No. 2.
S. J. Tntum, Judge.
.Sum Cluiudler, Judge,
K. 1). Noitkcs, Clerk,
Simon Petrcy, Judge.
Wavnesburq No. I
llradlev Ale.Mullin, Judge,
W. I). D. Ha vs. Clerk.
J. K. Williams Sheriff,
Joe Record Judge
Wavnesburq No. 2.
S. II. Chevoleltc. Clerk,
Geo. . Leech. Judge,
W. I). John-nil. Sheriff,
Al. D. Walls, Judge.
Wavnesburq No. 3
O. C. SH-ake. Sheriff,
I). R. Adams, Judge,
K. O. Hattgh, Clerk,
I.. S. Warlicld. Judge,
Hustonville. tin. I
Jns. P. Goode, Sheriff,
Milton Mctoiuiaik Judge.
Josiah Bishop Clerk,
T. J. Hell. Judge.
Hustonville No. 2.
John Riffe. Clrk.
Gene Dunn, Judge,
J. It. llonnk.-r. Sheriff.
James Qrubbs, Judge.
Hustonville No. 3.
John Carter. Judge.
A. C. Hill Clerk.
Lee .Manning Judge.
II. It. Davis. Sh.-riff.
Hustonville No. 4.
Iinwitinn Owens, Judge.
R. S. Sctidder. Sheriff.
Major Toombs, Judge,
John Newell. Clerk.
Kverjbody is busy cutting corn
and tobacco. The tobacco crop is
much better than the fanners
thought it would be six weeks ago.
George Liuisford of Shelby City nnd
(leorgc Miixey this place have ex
changed farms.
Rev. F.lbeit K. Young, wife and
ludiv are here fiou. Owsley county
visiting 'lis fill her nnd mother, .Mr.
mid Alr. C. Al. Young.
Rev. ( ouch of Pulaski county is
the new pastor at the AL K. church.
lie preached his fu-t sermon lust
Mi.s Abirihu AK-ier has returned
Ionic from Louisville to the delight
of her many friends
Al. 0. toting who siJd out re
cently to go to Nebraska has decid
id to locate at Highland.
S.uti Light and son, Ray left
left last week to visit his brother
Jiiincs Light in Louisville. From
there the will go to Stunbery, AIo.
Our school trustee has had our
school house painted nnd several
several other improvements made
that wer badly needed. Miss J'ora
Baugh is getting nlnng nicely with
her school here.
Theie will bo a pie supper at tho
IG-ddiind school bouse Saturday
I ight Sept. JlOth. for the benefit of
the Childrens' Home Society. Let
everybody come and help a Rood
Oiboruc Haugh of MeKinncy, was
in our village last week selling cook
ir.g stoves and wire fence.
Sixtv.one acres of fine blue -grass
land that has not been plowed for
years except 8 acres, 'this limit
will t row fine tobacco. Inmip and al
falfii; lull binull dwelling; plenty of
loensts for posts, and fine wood.
Is well watered. This land is '.'. 1-2
miles from Stanford on the Otlen
he'un pike, close to school.
Will sell on easy terms.
75-T W. F. Dlshon,
Stanford, Ky.
Cleo Thomas and Miss Minnie Mc
Whortcr Wedded Last Week.
AtcKinney, Sept. 2.".
Again cupid has been phtyimr a
prominent-part '" our owa '""' '",s
enptured the hearts of Cleo Thomas,
nnd Miss AlcWhorter of Yosemile.
Mr. Whorter nnd Ml. Thomas hnve
liecn sweethearts for thirteen years
and it has been no secret that he
I. tul the girl, the time, and now he
has tho place. Aliss AluWhoiter
and Mr. Thomas were married in Lex
ingtoti on Wednesday. Aliss Alc
Whorter is it very pretty und it pop
ular girl and has many friends in
her home town. Air. Thomas is gen
eral manngcr for the Columbia Sin
gle Tiee fin-lory here where he held
the position for several jcars. lie
is a man of sterling qualities und is
n very prominent man here where
he has a host of friends who will
tongratulnte him on winning sudt a
lady for a help mute through life
Their friends extend to them con
gratulations and all good wishes for
a long nnd happy life. Air. nnd
.Mrs. Thomas will maku their home
Diptheria is in our town and we
have three eases John Alurphy, Jr.,
and Will Hughes' two boys. All
precaution possible is being used to
keep the di-ense from spreading und
the school has been dismissed for a
time so far we don't think there will
be very much danger for the doctors
are doing all they can to keep it
down nnd it seems to be iu a very
light f oi In nnd they think all tin
danger will be over in a few days.
The doctors have asked all the par
tnts who hnve children to keep them
inside of their yards and we hope
they will abide by this good advice.
Air. J. F. Dittmnn. of Louisville(
is visiting his -dsicr Mrs. C. Alobley,
and family near town.
Air. Giorge Lay hns rented the
property on Alain street from Air.
Williams and will run a first class
boarding house. Airs. Lay has the
name of running the best boarding
house on the C. S.
Air. Will Montgomery and fninilv
have moved back to their farm at
Airs. Betsy Ami .Martin Norton
nnd infant died hist week and were
buried at the Campbell grave yard
id Turnersville.
.Mr. F. AL Wnre and Harry Ja
cobs motored over to D.unillc on
Tuesday afternoon iu Air. Wure's
Fracticinn Hard at Hiqh School For
Games With Somerset.
The undefeated Stanford High
School foot ball team ot last sea
son, lints lair to sliow up in ,;ood
shape this fall, i Already the boys
have jiegiiii practice under the su
pervision of Prof R. S. T.ingnmnu,
nnd are beginning to show what they
can do. There are a number of new
aspirants for the team and it will be
a hard fight between some of the
youngsters for the different places.
The team has lost two crack play
cis in Wallace Singleton and Alike
Penny hut some mighty good new
material has been developed during
the course of the summer and many
of the best players of hist year have
grown nnd put on weight which will
help some. Alorrsioii Bright is in
school but is forced cmt of the game
Ly boils.
Two games hnve already been
-cheduled by Prof .Behind, both with
the Somerset High School tenm, tho
first theie on October lJ,h and the
second here on October 2Sth. A
letter has been received from the
Richmond State Normal team nnd a
game will probably bt arranged with
that team. Stanford' defeated both
these teams signally last fall.
The line-up of the eleven has not
been finally decided upon, hut will
ptohuhly bo some! hug like this, if
the boys continue to show up ns they
hnve in early practice.
Quarter back and captain John
M. Waters.
Left Half Harris Crleman.
Right Half Wesley Entbrv.
Full Buck Thomns Coleman.
Left I'nd Spnldiug Hill.
Left Tackle-Will McCurly
Left Guard Silas Anderson.
Center Russell Brown
Right Guard Clinton Coleman.
Right TackleJoe Bill,
Bight End Harry Reinhiirt
Among others who are showing up
veil iu tleir work for the team are
William AloWey. William Yager. I'l
tnont Ead. William Wood and Log
an AlcCormnek.
Fount Helton was given a life
-iiitnni at Koincrct for couiidieitv
.in the Heath and Beatty killing. A
ICiisev county jury tried h.tn. Ten
of the urvmen ure said to hat v fa
Uored tho death penalty. The tuv-iu-bers
of the jury were O.scnr Coch
ran. Steve Klli, Unhurt Davis. S. B.
Sharp. Tom Lowe, James Click. W.
G. Jeffries, John Uusscll, W. I).
Moore, Walter Burkett, 0. L. Bar
low nnd Hnrdiu Ellis.
To Be Established In Stanford on
October 18th.
Postmaster J. C. Florence has re
ceived official information tlint n
postal savings bank will bo estab
lished in Stanford on October 18th
Deposits will be received nt the post
office, nnd the government will pnj
two per cent interest on time de
posits. The money tnken iu will be
deposited by the postal bunk iu one
of thu lintiomil banks of thu citv.
whichever is named us tho official
depository liy the government. One
ot iiiu rules ot the government is j
nun no sums in excess oi .fiou per
iionth will be received from anyone
depositor. Postal savings bunks
lire being established all over the
country and are s.iid to have proven
(piito a success.
J. Neviu Carter last week bought
the home of J. L. Tot ten on Dan
ville avenue, the price paid being
4,000. The place contains, three
and a half acres and is one of the
nicest suburban homes around thu
Delightful Gathering of The Clan at
Old Homestead.
Reunion there is innci2 in the word
Once more a family, now separated
"scattered to the four winds as we
sometimes say" are brought togeth
er at the old homestead, of J. AL
Carter, deceased, a fine blue grass
farm of the West Kud and one well
known, having been handed down
from generation to generation for
over a hundred yeurs, now owned
nnd occupied by Alisscs Sallie and
Bettie Carter. On Sunday mornin;
the God given day of rest, when nil
nature seemed in tune and peace
and ipnet reigned one vehicle
nfter another arrived nnd friends
and loved ones clasped hands, eyes
looked lovingly into eyes they had
not seen in years. "Some had gone
to lauds far distant und with strang
ers iiuide their homes."
Mrs. Rosa Lee Anderson, of San
ger, California, and Leslie Carter
nud wife of Grcensbaro, N- C, were
the three from a distance. Others
present were: G. L. Carter, Airs.
Lucy A. Carter, G. W. Carter, J. AL
Catter, Sr.. and wife, C. 11. Carter
and wife of Greensboro, N. fi, rt'de
B. I). Carter, A. L. Carter, Alisses
Sallia and Bettie Carter, Annie Car
ter, Alattie Alay Carter and Florence
Carter, Airs. C. C. Ito-s, of Lebanon,
Gi veils. Curl, llnrry, Robert, Earl,
nnd Joe Bailey Carter, J. Wes Bai
ley, and James Bolliday and sister
Miss Lois Hollidny, of Columbia
Air. George Carter from AlcCor
uiack's neighborhood was the oldest
one present und among the among
the brightest und happiest. "Cnclo
George" has M-en the snow of 84
winter,-, and the beautiful white hair
shows 'that times banner of truce has
been planted, nnd tho sunny face
shows no sorrow iu only waiting 'till
the shadow!, have a little longer
grown. The youngest present was
Joe Bailey Outer six years of aga
sou of A. L. Carter, the youngest
as the oldest, was ut his best, and
sail" and dunceed for the amuse
ment of the crowd. Each family fur
nished a basket wel ln.len with good
things, the splendid dinner wus
spread on a long tuble, leaching the
entire length of the joomy old ver
anda. And after the heart-felt im
pressive prayer made by J. Wes Bai
ley, of Aim eland, all present did am
ple justice to the good things pre
pared. All felt that it was good to
have been there. Evening camo all
too soon and good-bye bud to be
said. We know not when there will
be another such meeting. We do
know that ere long the ''Western
gate of life" will swing wide open for
some. it may be the gray head? it
nay be among the youngest, but in
that great day when "Ho eometh to
make up his jewels" may there be
not one absent at the Reunion iu our
Father's home. A FRIEND.
Congressman Hnrvev Helm, who
is putting in some hnrd licks for
the Democratic stato ticket, has ar
innged to address the voters of
ltrodhend nnd vicinity nt Drodhend
next Snturduy ufternoon, at 3 :30
o'clock. Mr. Helm is very popular
in Rockeatle county nnd will tin'
doubtedlv be heard by a large crowd.
Mr. Helm spoke to good crowds
nt Middlebiirtr and AIcKinney on
last Saturday afternoon and night
nml says that ho found much in
terest lieitr; taken iu the stnte races
and that tin great majority of the
people everywhere seem determined
to rescue Kentucky from itnothei
republican administration.
A great many friends hern will be
interested in the following nniiounce-.
inent: Mr. nnd Airs. William Ran
dolph Deiiham. of .ISth and Santa
Fe streets. Oklahoma City, Olka.,
announce the engagement and ap
proaching marriage of their daugh
ter, Marguret, to the Rev. Hnrry
Burton Boyd, of Denton, Texas. The
wedding will take place Tuesduy
I afternoon October tenth.
The town well is being repaired
with conciete nnd n new pump.
There was $22 collected nt tho
ice cream supper Inst week.
Aliss Alinellc Prnitt nnd Aliss
Cnlhcriiia AlcClure lire nttenditig
school nt Hustonville.
Air. nnd Airs. Bert Shcwinnkcr at
tended the Sundny bchool conven
tion at Frankfort this week.
.Mr. nnd Airs, Randolph Coffey eu-
tertiuni-il last week in honor of .Mr.
John Yntilmnk nP Imlinim
ful refreshments were scivcd nnd
oil had u fine time.
Born, to the wife of Air. William
(loode a daughter.
Rev. und Airs. F D. Pahueter are
rejoicing over the arrival of a new
Miss Irene, ten-year-old daughter
ot Air. and Airs. Lafc Alorgau hrts
typhoid fever.
Air. Jones Ilaughinan is erecting
a largo nnd commodious new front
to his dwelling iu Alorclund.
Air. Tom Best has erected nnd oc
cupying new store in Alorchuid which
make nine stores lor Alorclnnd and
strong tnlks of the tenth going up.
Aliss Ella Norfleet, of Wayne
tounty, wns uu attractive guest of
.Misses Nora nd Bertha Ends, last
Aliss Sue, F. Purdoui went to Burn
side Sundny to begin her school.
She tenches in public school there.
Wheat nnd oats advanced sharply
owing to the defeat of reciprocity
:u Canada.
Coffee advanced ngaiu iu New
York, estimating n new high re
cord. John Aikinuu, aged 71 yeurs a
feud character of Breathitt county
was shot and killed by Abe Griffith
about twenty miles above Jackson,
and his son, Alart, wus mortally
fhe Liberal government of Sir
mlfned Launer wus overwhelming
ly defeated in the Cnnudu elections
last Thursday, which means a re
jection of the reciprocity ugreetnent
ratined by the recent spciul session
of the I'uitcd Stutes Congress. The
Conservative party, which opposed
reciprocity, according to returns lust
night will have a majority of fifty iu
the next Canadian Parliament.
The Courier Journal Friday last
printed 'a picture of Airs. Ben
Thomas, of Benton, Alarshall coun
ty ami her, baby. The mother is
only J I years and 10 mouths old
John B. Atkinson, of Eurliiigton.
president of the St. Bernard Aiming
Company, died ut his summer home
ut Wrightstown N. J.
The new $40,000 church of the
Somerset Baptists was dedicated
tvith npproprin'te cere'iionies Sunday
L'ev. 0. Al. Hitey, formerly pastor
here did the work which raised the
money to put up the handsome edi
fice for bis Pulaski flocks.
Several prominent colored repub
licans, of Frankfort have taken the
stump against O'Reur and are urg
ing negroes everywhere to vote for
McCreury this year.
Edward AIcDermott, candidate for
Lieut, Governor, iu answer to the
question of the Louisville Post ns to
how he would vote if there wns a tie
vote iu the Senate on the County
Cnit Bill, stuted in his speech nt
Coliiuihiucth.it he would vole for it.
The profits of the Stnte Fair this
vear were $10,000, just .f.1,000 les
than last year.
Capt Q. T. Helm was ;;iven a judg
ment against the Cincinnati South
ern rnilwuy company for -rS.OOO in
circuit court nt Danville lust week.
Capt. Helm, for many years, was a
detective for the railroad and had a
shoulder broken and sustained other
injuries in an accident.
Book agents may be killed from
October 1 to September 1; spring
poets from Arnrch 1 to June; senn
dal mongers from April 1 to Feb. 1;
umbrella borrowers Aug. 2 to Nov.
1; nnd from Feb. 1 to May 1; while
every man who accepts a paper two
years but when the bill is presented
says "I never ordered it," may be
5-ilb'd on sight without reserve or
lflicif from valuation or appraise
ment laws, nnd buried face down
ward, without benefit of clergy. Lx.
Second grade Mary RooJ, Her
bert HolUcluw.
Seventh Grade John Bryan
rn.m rvn wfc.i
-An ft l-Ar, tfil el
Wo will cell pmateiy a farm of
about 130 acres In Liuco a county,
Ky., one-hair mllo from Crab Orch
ard, cicely located, mostl... bottom
land, very productive. Kvery acre
tillable, an abundance or stock water
and especially adapted to corn and
rasc. Good tenant bouse of throe
roomg on farm. Terms reasonable
Apply at once to.
R. H. Uronaugh, Agent. 4-tt
In Futile Effort to Defeat John M.
Farra for Representative Oth
er Lancaster Local News
. Itncnstcr, Sept. 23.
Tho Republicans ot Garrard coun
ty assembled iu convention hero on
Saturday afternoon for tho tuirnosu
of making a nomination ' for repre
sentative to oppose John AL Farm.
h. II. Bntsou wus chosen chairman
of the convention nnd G. AL Pat
terson seircturv. Several speeches
were mude nud Air. John Duzicr
v-as nominated for representative.
There nn very few, however, who
lclicvc lie lias any chance to de
tent Ar. Farra, who is one of tho
highest class nnd best known young
Men ever raised iu Garrard and is
popular with everyone. Air. Farm
will poll hundreds of republican
votes und will do great credit to
this proud old county us her rep
rcsenlativc. The many friends of Judge I.owls
L. Walker are glad to learn he is
not so ill ns was reported.
Aliss Helen Gill gave a sewing
party in honor of her guest, Aliss
Corinne Alurrny, of Cincinnati.
Airs. Thomas Wherritt wits host"
es nt a (i o'clock dinner for thu re
cent young bride und groom, Air. and
Mrs. John la(Iinnte, Jr., of New
Air. nud Airs. Win. Leavell aro re
ceiving much sympathy since tho
death of their little sou, Joseph
'1 homp.4oii Leavell.
Alisses Delia Tinder und Alnry El
more left the past week for Grcens
h'trg where they have be'ii tender
ed good positions for (his session.
Friends will be glnd to know Dr.
L. II. Pe.irce has been returned to
thc'Alethodist church here by tho
Confeienee which met at Ricnmond.
The Ladies' Aid Society will meet
at the home of Airs. Wm. Lcnr Snt
urduy afternoon. (
The Alisses Kinmiird entertained
ut n dinner Suturdny in honui of
Airs. James Kinu'nird, Airs. Wm. Ce
cil and daughter, Aliss Sad io nml
Aliss Dove Harris, of Dum'illc.
Mrs. Afattie Duncan gave an cle
gnnt dining on Saturday in honor
of Alr. Wm. Bogle, of New Orleans.
Air. und Airs. Homer Tinsley's lit
tle son, who recently mnde his ur
rivnl, has been christened Harold
Lantern Tiiisley.
Airs. Newton Wallace, aged 33
years, died nt her home in this city
after several weeks' illness of fever.
Besides her husband, the deceased
leaves two little childien to mourn
her death The remains weie tnken
lo Je.ssaminc for interment.
Airs. Al. D. Hughes gave a de
lightful dinner iu honor of Airs Mary
Woodcock, of Los Angeles, Oil.,
mid Airs. Roheit Sailer, and little
daughter, of Danville.
Tobuetfo Culling is on to some ex
tent vcith' the- fiinncrs of Garrard,
and the Quality of the weed is ex
cellent. While there is only about
half the acreage of lust year, tho
late rains have done wonders, for
tobacco and Gurrurd growers ex
pect to make more from their crops
than they did Inst season.
V. A. Lear, Lancaster's hustling
stock man, shipped a cur loud of
hogs to Cincinnati, .having raised
some of them himself and having
bought the rest, as follows: 12 200
pound hogs from Jesse Gnlley at
(i.30f 10 100-pound porkers from
W. L. Wearen ut C l-'io- It! 150
pound hogs from W. L. Duncan nt
Cjc and 22 130-pound hogs from
I. Fleece Robinson ut 7 cents.
Airs. John Al. Logan, of Now York
is here visiting Air. and Airs. Hugh
T. Logan. Rev. O. P. Bush is at
home from- Frankfort,' where he
held a revival. Airs. Emma P. Grant
nnd daughter. Aliss Lily Dale Grant
ere in Crab Orchnrd visiting; Mr.
and Airs. Frank B. Alarksbury aro
iu Richmond, Intl., visiting Airs. A.
II. Rice. Mrs. Leslie Hernduti and
little daughter, of Lexington, are
guests of Aliss Annie Heriidou. Airs.
Alice Adams, of Denver, Col., is vis
iting friends in Brynntsville. Aliss
Linnie AIoss is in AIiddlesb)ro visit
ing her sister. Airs. J. T. Evntn..
.Miss Corinne Afnury, of Cincinnati,
is the guest of her friend. Aliss Hel
en Gill. Aliss Gladys Frisbio bus re
ttirned fiom a protracted stuy in
Louisville with her little cousin, Aliss
Alurgaret Elkin Hughes. Mis. Jeit
Dunn, of Lexington, is visiting her
l'uther. John K. West. Alr. Alex
Francis and "littlo daughter, Sibyl,
of Rolliu-.' Fork, Miss., are guests of
Airs. I-Miiii Francis. Air and Mrs.
John LuGinatc, Jr., of New Orleans,
are enjoving a stay with Air. and
Airs W. II. Wheritt Airs. 11. J.
Tinsley is making a protracted vis
it to relatives in Colorado mid
Thousands of people from Leba
non, and immediate neighborhood
will see Forcpnugh and Sells Broth
cd's big circus ut Lebanon on Sat
urday October 7th. Ttonspoitutiou
line ure prepunng for the day and
the indications point to a great cir
cus event.
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