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The Stanford Interior Journal. VOLUME XXXVIII NO. 77 STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1911. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAT SQUIRE McKECHNIE DIES OF HEART TROUBLE i Popular and Respected Maqlslrate Passes Away Suddenly at Five O'Cleck Thursday Morning .Tho sudden dcnth of Squire Jtracs McKechnie, nt lus homo near Hub 1.1c, at five oVIock Thursday morn- ing shocked the entire community, mid enmo with the uddcniicss find unexpectedness o a thimdetchip in n clear shy. Squire SlcKcchnie died nfter ix few hours' illness of henrt trouble. .lie was tnken (tick nbout midnight, nnd suffered it hemorrhage, lI,cr .which he snnk '.fust nnd expired pcncefully nnd quietly just before the break of dny. With him nl the me we e his wire, bis son bona and j t.ther relatives and loved ones. Ills life went out. as he hnd lived for three seme ycnr, nt peace with God .mil mnn. On every sido nre heard deep ex pressions of sorrow nnd surprise nt the suddenness of his taking off. Ho was with his friends in town lute Wedncnhiy afternoon, and man I'oiitrrntuliitcd him upon looking bct ler than he had for months nnd he iiid that he felt better. The Squire had not been a welt man, however, Miner the European trip he took with 1 1 wife, n few mouths ago, when for the first time since the duys .t his bovhood, he visited the place of his biith in dear old Scotland He had been taken ill on the ship en ioiiIp home, nnd much of the pleas ure of Ins visit to tho old country was marred by his subsequent con finement to his bed and illness while there. I pon his return, however, he seemed to improve considerably nnd hud been gnimng Ilesli constant! since being tit home ugntn. He M I...,, vii-iim nf n'l ornamo bWx affection for many years, however, ui.d expe.ied to .It in lh maimer lis did . James McKechnie. ns stated, wit o...ii... I Win' i iiuile a voung boy. his 'atucr came to this .country, and with im child, and wife settled in Wnvno (Vint v. wneic n I1III1VP til OVWiW.lli. i .-- lie o.eruted a mill lor a -.lumo.r -l venrs. About fifteen yenw ago, tlio Squire moved to Lmcoli cuuiitv. whore ho bought a farm in lb.; H' Me sclion. and raised lus family. A man of sturdy citUenslnp, hone :,h the dns are long. co.isccr.it.. Christum and esteemed and bcl.n.d l.y nil who knew bun. he was select- ed by his neighbors t represent .......... ii... i.ikpiiIii fiscal couil. ....... .... Iln. i.ineo III Iisciu .-! mid for two terms had served then and the taxpayers faithfully and well He was a leading member it ;lhe HubbleChristinn church and it is fn.m this house of (1m! where he M. loved to worship that the fun. I id will bo held Saturday morning nt 10 o'clock, the interment afterwards in the Umcaster cemetery. Squirt' .McKechnie was marne.l twice, his first wife having been a MUs Sloan. By hei. he raised six children four bovs nnd two girls, It. L., Grovcr. Bona and Edward nd Misses Jessie and Jean .M"Kceh:ne. He le-ivcs no children by 'us living wife, who before her marringe w.is a Miss Rol.iiisou DONTEXPERIMENT. You Will Make No Mistake II You Follow This Advice. Never neglect jour kidneys. If you have pi.in in the back, uri nary d.roulers, dir.mess and ner vousness, it's the time to act no time to experiment. These are com mon symptoms of kidney trouble, and yoii should seek a remedy which is recommended for the kidneys. Bonn's Kidney Bills is the reme dy to use. It has cured iniiii'y stub born cases this vicinity. Can Stanford ics'ulents demand further proof Ihnn the following tes timonial f II. (.Vomer, N. Fifth St., Danville, tered from pains tliiough the s .! Ky., says: "Some vcar.s ago I cl.f of my buck and kidneys, especially xevcro when I attempted to stoop. I was convinced that my kidneys were disoulered und as I knew Dunn's Kidney Bills were good for such troubles, I procured a box and be gun their use. This remedy nctd jusl as represented and before I had finished the contents of one box, I was completely cured. Mv cure has been permanent and I, therefore, think very highly of Donn'a Kidney Bills." For snle by all dealers. Brii'o 50 cents. Koster-Milbuni Co,, Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Unit ed States. Bemember the mime Bonn's mid take no other. lefore You Reach the Limit of phv'biohl endurance and while your condition in still curuble, take Foley Kidney Pills. Their quick no tion nnd positive results will delight . I !! you. or uacxacue, nervousness, rheumatism, nnd all kidney, bladder ituu uriuury irouuie. auuKars aim ITaaaer. SOMERSET MURDERER. Makes Desperate Attempt to Escape The Electcric Chair James Ellis tho Pulaski murderer, who wim given h' death sentence by a Lincoln county jury, made ii des porate uttempt to escape from tin iail nt Somerset where Iio is confined on last Sunday night. A dispatch from Somerset tells of the affair n follows : Sonieivset. Mad Deputy Jailer Johnson been a few minutes Inter last night in investignting the celU in which James Ellis, who is under denth seutene for the minder of A. J. Heatty, is kept, Ellis would be nt Inrgo today, as two bnrs of his coll had already been sawed and four ynwhlndcs and a bottle of ncul were found in his cell by Jol.n-.rn when he went to the cell where Ellis ami another prisoner are incarcerated. Deputy Sheriff George Wuddle was jriven n tip at a late hour last night by a friend, who had over heard a conversation earlier in the night, which lead him to believe an ittempt Would be made bj Ellis to liberate himself. Waddle went at onre to Jailer .Wnl Silvers nnd ndtised him of the fact and Deputy Jailer Johnson was Kilt on eunr.I. He won discovered the men at work. The cell was searched and the four saws nnd a bottle of acid were found secreted. The authorities are investignting a clue as to who slip ped the .aws and acid to the pris" oners and how it was done. It is probable that Judge Bcthur in. will send Ellis to Danville or Lexington for safe keeping. He was kept in the Danvilio jail prior to his trial and conviction here last week. oaoeoo o CUPID'S CAPERS. o w ciap Her many friends here will he in terested in tit following, from the Carlisle Advocate, telling of the wed ding of Miss Mnry .Morton Arnold, daughter of Rev. and -Mrs. W. E. Arnold, to a .Mr. Dorsey. The pa per says: One of Carlisle's prettiest wed dings was solemnized nt the Metho dist church last Thursday afternoon uniting in marriage. .Mr. Howard Anderson Dorsev to Miss Mnrv .Mor ton Arnold. The church was beaiiti lully ileo.atrd a huge hank of hand some evergreen plants being formed nrmiiid the ehanel. Bromptly nt 2 o'clock the bridal party entered the church to the strains of Slendels sohns wedding marchc rendered hv Miss Ida Howard and who very softly played Annie Laurie during the ceremony. The bride looked most attractive in a white iiiou-olin carrying a shatter of Bride roses, i,nd was attended bv her uncle Mr. .las M Strother. The maid of hon or, Miss Katherine Arnold youngest sister of the bride wns charming in an embroidered mull, nnd carried n large boquel of La France roses. The groom's best man was his bro ther .Mr. Stewart Dorsej. Rev. W. E. Arnold, father of the bride performed the ceremony. The other attendants were .Messrs A'leu Hopkins. Ernest Piper, Prof Wm. ArnoM and Donuell Williams of Eliu ille. Miss Arnold is one of Carlisle's most lovable voung ladies Hid is the oldest dnughter of Ret. and Mrs. W. 'EVrnol.l.Rev. Arnold being ..residing elder of the Sluvs tille District of the .M. E Church. South. Sir. 'Doipov is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dorsey and is u voung limn of sterling qualities. Im mediately after the ceremony they lett for a short trip to Cincinnati, nftcr which they will be the guests of the gloom's sister.Mrs. Brooke Bnlliam. of Barksburg. W. Ya., for several days. The young people were the recipients of a handsome eolleetcioii of presents and have a host of friends who wish them much hnnnir.ess. COME TO GOSPEL MEETINGS. The gospel meetings now in pio grcss at Freedom church in Pulaski county are a great success. They lire conducted by Eld. Ed. Hubbard, who is unsurpassed in the presenta tion of the scriptures. The enor mous crowds in attendance are tri ed a. ch evei.ing to a spiritual feast in tho plain tangible gospel sermons that nre being preached. Wo hope und pray that much and lasting gor.l may he done. We ask the pruyers of every Christian in behalf of a. revival of religion ns it was in the days of the Apostles. Foley's Hstiev and Tar Compound. Still retains its high'' place an the best household remedy for all coughs nnd rolds, either for children or grown ersons. Prevents serious results from n cold. Tnko only the jrenuino Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound, and refuse substitutes. Shu gum nnd Tanner. -.,, i,i.. in..,n.i .nH th w.v. jy Cincinnati Knqulrer on0 year for i.au. Tne weeniy .uquirer is a spien did farm and family paper, t h j STEPPED ON MATCH AND BURNED TO DEATH Edqar Cosby Meets Fearful Fate While Filling Automobile With Gasoline at Lancaster. Edgar Cosby, who hns been driv ing the oil and gasolino wagon for Jcssa Sweeney, of Lancaster, agent lor the Standard Oil Company in this section, died nt two o'clock nt the hospital in Lancaster Thursday morning, as a result of bums sus tained when he stepped on n match while filling the nutoi.iobilc of D. W. .Malum w.th gasoline lit Lancaster Wednesday afternoon. Young Cosby was just 20 years of ago and the sou of E. C. Cosby one ol Hie must prominent residents of Junction City and a relative ot the Jltlls of this county. Ho was well known in Stanford and vicinity, making tho trip here with the oil wi.goi. uhout twico a week. He had been in Stanfoid Wednesday and one of tho last customers to whom be delivered gasoline was the Inter ior Journal. According to a telephone mes sage from Lancaster, Cosby had just filled the gasoline tank in front of the store of Ilaselden Brothers and Mil carrying n can full from his wagon to (he nuto of I). W. .Malum, the well-known drummer, nf Dan ville, when he stepped upon a match lying in the street. A small pool of gasoline had dripped from the can as the fluid was being poured into the machine and this instantly rnught fire from the match. Csl wns wearing a suit of overalls, which hnd become oiled soaked ill his wotk and the bl.ue ran all over him. He started to run. but several men caught him, realizing hi- ureal dan cer, nnd throwing him down wrap ped him quickly with coats and oth er garments, endeavoring to stnoth ir out the bln7e. This was not uc (onmlisliul until he had been very badly burned, however, and inhaled much of the flames. When removed to the hositnl iin ine.liatcl.v, it wns found that his flesh had been so biidly cooked that rcal innsses came ott with tho burned clothes when they were re moved from him. The voting man did not lose consciousness, but game'y sto.Hle the agony, mini tue Hid came. KvcrWhiiiir missililc that medical science mild suggest was done for him, hut lie was hiirued too badly. His father and other relatives from Junction City hurried to his side and were with him when the end came. Meanwhile the blaze from the Luriiing gasoline h.id spread to tlu Hasel.leu tank ami it hud to be re moved ipuekly from the sidewalk in to the street to cut off danger nf the buildings igniting. The top of Mr. Maha.i's ant. .mobile burned up nnd it ttv.s otherwise damaged, but tlio blaze on it was extinguished be fore it was couipletel.v destroyed. Seveial oilier cars in the immediate vicinity also ran risks of catching lire hut weie speedily moved out of the way PAINT LICK Mr. Wm. Ralston, one of our old" est citizens, died of Bright's disease nt his home near here last Friday evening. Rev. C. ('. Brown conduct ed the funeral Saturday morning, followed by the Imria! in Paint Lick cemetery. Misses Alma and Mary Lear have returned from n pleasant visit to Louisville friends Miss Lucy Francis is ut homo pfter spending several days with her nisler, .Mrs. F. S. Hughes at Lancns ter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter llummack were in Louisville lust week b'.ying their fall stock of goods. Mws Stella MoWhorter, the pc alar teacher at .Manse, will have a pin supper next Siiturilny evening, lii 30th. Ilev. Rush began a protracted meeting at the Christian ehuodi ou Saturday night and Elder J. Wi Mas ters, of Corhin, is exiccted to come Tuesday und do the preaching. Ev erybody is cordially invited to at tend the services und help the con gregation have a good meeting. Born, to the wife of S. C. Ilcnder ou on Sent. 20th, a nice baby girl. Dr. II. J. Patrick and bride (ik Miss Ethel Woods hnve taken looms with his mother for the re mainder ot the year. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Botner lire (he guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burchell. 1Y. P. Kinenid, of Stanford, will buy tobacco in this bectiou of the country again this season. As usunlly treated, a sprained aiiklu will disable u mnn for thieu or four weeks, but by applying Cham berlnin's Liniment freely us soon ns the injury is received, and observ ing the directions with eneh bottle, n cure can be affected in from two to four days. For sale by ail dealers, STEAM ROLLER Run Pell Mell Over J. F. Holtzclaw at Garrard Convention. J. F. Holtzclaw, a former resi dent o Lincoln, and well known here, got the "hooks thrown into him" at tlio republican convention in Lancaster last Sal ui Jay when a candidnle was nominntcd to oppose John M.. t'arru for tlio legislature, uccordiiu; to reports on all sides there ou court day. It is claimed by friends of Mr. Iloltzcbtv that ho hud a larger fol lowing at the convention than Mr. Dozicr, who wns nominated, but that Chainnun of the convention, Mr. It. 11. Batsou, run tho "steuiu roller' over him, just like O'Rear did Helburn and other aspiring can didates ut the republican stute con vention. It is further claimed that Mr. Dor.ier is not qualilled to be the nominee in Garrard having moved into that county from the mountains less thnu ii year ago. Tho friends of Mr. Holtzclatv nre very "sore" titer the mutter und luiny of them say that they will tote for Mr. Farm, whose friends say he is sure to win tinjwny. The democrats in Garrard were never in better shape and suy that they will not only elect Farra hut will carry the county for MeCrearj. One of the largest and most satisfactory public sales held in this part of the state this year was that .. ... ... - hurton hnd a choice assortment und 'the buyers knew they were getting good Muff. Cattle sold from i-15 to ir.VJ by the head; nged mules went ,ut from $125 to $207.50; yearling mules from $100 to $155: brood wares sold well nt from $100 to $175: mule colts fiom $00 to $117.50 ;.)im Bnughmnn getting the pick of the hunch offered nt the top price, Steer calves of which there were and niece, Mis, Calvine Mnsou. of Richmond, were guests of Mr. and (Mrs. W. S. Fish nnd family last week. I .Mis. Steve Lnwson, wife of a veil known farmer ou the Beck place on the Hustonville pike, died last Saturday morning of childbirth. Hie was only .'12 years of age and is survived by her husband and three small eliildreii." who have the svmpathy of many friends in their Itl'I'P l.tss. ! Lee Rankin bought from E. P. Woods nnd Son 17 nice young mules lit $72.50 around. Mr. Rankin will feed them through the winter and probably send them south when thy have matured. BR0DHEAD. Mrs. Win. Evuns -ud Miss Vcrlin visited in Mitchcllsburg first of the week. .Miss Ann Tnte nnd Walter Miller were down from Mt. Vernon Sun day. j Miss Grace McCall of of Maret Ihurg is with her con-hi Miss Jewell ' l'rnnciseo. . Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Roberts left Sunday for Henderson, Ky., where they will mnke their liome. Mr. and Mrs. Will King visited Mr. und Mrs. 0. A. Frith first of the week. .Mrs. J M. Clark bus sold her lcstauruut to Mr. Per Shelton, he will tuke possession the 20th. Airs. Clark will move to her cottnge on the hill. Mrs. Mnry Ubright attended the Kuo.wille Exposition Inst week Ed NeA'lund is working in Rich mond. J:io. Leece is building a house on the Henry Addison place. Several more will go u) soon. Mrs. Maude Sproule and children of Paris visited her father V. Fran. Jciseo first of the week. I While trying to mount a freieht tniin Inst rriday nt Lebunou, hd. .Owens was badly injured. Dr. Gravely bought a farm from Sim Sailor for $000, Thos. Evuns of Lebanon Junction spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks. Mrs. Annie Frith went to Stan- ford hist week to have her eyea treated, by Dr O'Bnnnoii. Mr. Berry Farris has sold to his son Russell Farris, who is moving to East Bernsludt. Mr. uud Mrs. Egbert Wnlliu and children are visiting in Crab Orch- urd this week. t Mrs. Alice Albright of Lebanon Is .with relatives here. ol the estate ot Win. A. Hitrton, ol ' stock law election, etc. Gnrriird, conducted, last Wednesday I The drys desire to have every mnn week at his late home by W. B. and I who will hnve his nnme removed It. L Burton, the administrators, j from tho list, do so at once by noti People cam.' from nil over Centrnl fying Judge Bailey. They will not Kentucky for the big event and it have the list published until the list win estimated thnt it crowd of fill- hns been thoroughly purged nnd cv ly 1,800 were on hand, and nil were cry mnnV nnme off who does not veil tnken cure of. The tidal sales wish it to remain there. Amounted to over 13,000. Live Both sides, it is understood, nre stock of nil kinds sold well for Mr. ffottiiiff rc-idv to effect a strom? or- C 7. V-A io .Mimes teacher. Miss Mnrv Collins, nt the . i .' .lw.7 .' , ,a-r"u,",,,. UTe c of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. D. Edmis- brought $1)0 to T1,J r,ve huu- , to the sfrty.olid Httlc folks of dtvil barrels ,,f ,., t the heap Cla, Orchard graded school. Now ..i ..t T...U '" --lM-, . r . , romes a report of the reception giv Mrs. . C. Fish, of Paint Lick. .. i... i. C.i r ,i t.i OVER 1,800 NAMES ON WETS' PETITIONS. But Drys Claim Many Are Fraudu lent And Others Obtained Thro Misrepresentation. Petitions front each precinct in. tho county, signed in the aggregate by J883 names were filed Moudny in the county owirt by Geo. D. Flor ence, attorney for the Wets, asking for an election, in Lincoln county ou December 18 to say whether or not unloons shnlL be licensed in this county nguin- The total number of signatures obtained is vonsiderably over tho 25 per cent of tho vote in each precinct nnd the wets claim to have almost 50 per oeni of tho vote in the coun ty. Judgo Builey will pass upon tho petition next county court day. Oct. J. when the election If called, will have to be ordered. The drys who itre organizing for the fight, immediately had copies made of the signatures to the petit ions, und will investigate the legality ol many of them, it is understood. Their lenders clnini that in some of the recinets the nnms of men appeared on tho petitions who have t.eeu dead for some time, or have moved out of the county. It hns ii No been reported to them, that a number of the men who signed the petitions did so through inisrepre-t-entntion, some men, whoso signa tures weie sought being told that they were signing it petition for n - - canization, mnke n hard fight to win 'the election. CRAB ORCHARD FACULTY Fntertalnc Friends nnri Pntrnnc nf School With Reception. The Interior Journal kindly gave space Inst week to a description of lhe hnnl letc fAvm by the primary hist Friday afternoon, pursuant to the following invitation: You are cordially invited to meet the faculty of Crab Orchaul graded school principal: G. E. Everett, .Misses Sallio MoWhorter, Eva Tay lor. Mary E. Collins, Friday Septem ber 22nd. Hours three to four. Re" fteshment The weather was ideal. The en tire interior of the school hnd been festooned with golden rod gathered bv the children. The program em braced songs bv the various grades, iiuaitettes nnd addresses bv .Mrs. Carroll Bailey, Mr. W. D. Edmiston und Mr. C. E. Woods .of Richmond. A bevy of beautiful girls served punch to the throng ns it dispersed. They were: .Misses Mamie Ilohnau, Nancy and Wnte Napier, Birdie Per kins and Mary Biiley. These responded to the invitations issued: Mesdumes Ynnhook, Hut cheson, Hayes, Baker. Manuel, Ham ilton, W. J. Edmiston, Cummins, Campbell, Foley, Reynolds, Foley. Grow, Stephenson, Fife, Cultou, Spit ler, Lyne, Hohnuu, White, R. L. and J. II. Collier, Steger Duke, Vunhook, Robert Edmiston, Stengnll, T. W. Napier, Bailey, Holdam, Perkins, Wilsan, Napier, Anna Napier, W. D. Edmiston, Goodwin, Smith Martin, r.ronnugh. Fish, Pettus, Funis, Saw ders, Collins, Martin, Hunter. Sun ders, Mnry Hunter, Condor, Gamer. Thtum. Riddle, Herrin, Cntlin, Misses Hiitchicon, Anderson, Collier, Brooks Goodwin, Morgan, Grant. Garner, Kidwell, Messrs. Hamilton, Campbell L.Mie, Reynolds, Robert Edmiston, Lackey, Chudwick, Martin, White, Robinson. Woods. Observe there were 51 mothers among the 70 pres ent. This shows a growing interest in school affairs. The Teachers' Association of this (Magisterial District will convene Mulunhiy next, tepi. JU, truui ju A. M., to 3 P. M.i with nn intermission for a urn ml basket dinner to which all are invited. Interesting addres ses will be deliverd by Supt. Single ton, Prof, Robinson, of Hustonville, mid Prof, Ireland, of btnnford. The il.it ter will nWo render a bass polo. A musical program will be rendered by locul pupils. Tho exercises will lie held in the Crab Orchard Baptist church, Digestion and Assimilation. It is not the quantity of food tak- en but the amount digested and as- similated that gives strength uud vi- tulity to the system. Chamberlain's stomach and liver tablets invigorate the stomach and liver mid enrtblu them to perform their function naturally. For sale by all dealers. HUSTONVILLE Mr. A. I). McKinncy sold his farm located on the cLte of town to Mr. Ii. Af. Tate for $3,250. Possession will be jriven the 15th of October. We're very glnd to hnve Mr. nml Mrs. Tate move to our city nnd we hope they will be pleased with, their new location. Miss Anne Cook Huffman, of Lexington, hns returned to bcr home from it delightful visit to her uunt, Mrs. Helen Huff man. Mesdumes Priscilht Dryc and Week Reid are guests nt Elixir this Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lutes were ,u town jor u lew hours Wednesday. A good crowd attended the J. S. Carpenter sale Wednesday, and ev erything sold well. Sir. John Mc Kinney purchased tho farm. The Misses Houchins, of Elixir tiprings, were in towu for a while Thursday. Sir. Juson Wesley, of Danville, wns here Wedneduy on business. G. ('. RilTe has purchased nn Over land automobile from Cecil, of Dan ville. Sir. Hurry Jacobs, of SlcKir.ncy, was in town Wedaisday. Miss Jessie Cook, who has been visiting her cousin, Sliss Anna Rcid, lias returned to her home iu Nash ville, Tcnn. Stessrs Jcre Adams, W. D. Nnvc, J. W. Hoskins and Doo Childcrs .vent to Harrodsburg Wednesday afternoon to a speaking. They drove over in Sir. Adams' car. Sirs. Daniel Trajlor is the guest of Sirs. W. I). Dunn for a few days. Sfiss Fay Peyton, of Ellishurg, v;as here Thursday. Sliss Edna Camuitz is visiting here sister, Sirs. Walter Vanarsdale near Danville. Milton SIcCormack is in Lexing ton this week. Rev. W. S. Willis attended tho bundny school convention at Frank fort lust week. Clarence Alstott, of Ellisburg, wns here Friduy in his new Slnx- well automobile. Miss Ada SlcHargue, of Tyrone, Oklahoma, is visiting friends and relatives here. Sirs. Joo Barker and children, of Asheville, N. C, nre with Sir. und Sirs. A. B. SIcKinney. Sirs. SI. Myers attended the S. S. convention at Frankfort. James Hnll wns in Danville on Tuesday. Sliss Slinme Dinwiddle, of Lou isville, is with the horaefolks for n lew duys. Sir. Jesse 1). Wearen, of Stanford, wns in town Saturday in his auto. Sirs. Taylor, of near Hurrodsburg, is the guest of Sirs. W. D. uve. Don't forget the D. S. Cnrpenter sale on Saturday, October 7th. Sales will begin promptly ut 10:30, re gardless, of the wenther. Sir. and Sirs. Bryan Cnrpenter und baby are spending a few days in Ohio. ' Protracted meeting begins at the Baptist church Sunday morning. All are cordially invited to all the services. Slasoa Cook lias returned to his borne nt Kiio.wille, after a few weeks' visit to his grandmother, Sirs. A. B. SIcKinney. Sliss Betsy Barker, of Asheville, N. ('., is the attractive guest of Sliss Roberta Blain. Sirs. W. P. Jones, of Crab Oich nid, and brother, Sir. Adams, of Hamilton, Ohio, were guests of Sir. find Sirs. W, C. Jones Sunday. Sir. and Sirs. William Woolfolk, and daughter und Sirs. Elia Hal but and Sir. Joe Brjunt, of Lexing ton, motored to Hustonville Sunday in Sir. Woolfolk's cat und were the .nests of Mr. and Strs. B. C. Siw didge and daughter. Sir. nnd Airs. R. SI. Tute, SIUs Slurgtiret SlcCormnck and Dr. O. S. Williams motored to Danville Sat urday. Owing to the absence of the paR tr, there will bo no preaching nt the Presbyterinn church next Sun day. On the second Sunday in Oc tober, the sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be observed. A pre paratory service will be held on Saturday, October 7th at 10:30 in the morning. , Mr. C. W. Adnnis is in Louisville this week buying goods. Sir. nnd Sirs. Will Jackson, Sir. nnd Mrs. William Ynndivecr and dnughter nnd Mrs. Slnrgnret Wright,, of Harrodsburg. came over Sunday in Sir. Jackson's automobile and were guests of Sir. nnd Mrs. W, R. Williams. For bowel eonujfoints in children always give Clmmberlaiii's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy nnd castor nil. It is certain to effect it cure nnd when reduced with water nnd sweetened is pleasant to take. No physician can prescribe a better "I have n world of confidence in Chnmberlnin's Cough Remedy for I hnvo used it with perfect success," whites Mrs. M. I. Bashford, Poles- ville, Md., For sale by nil dealers. A MIRACLE BONA McKECHNIE WAS NOT BLOWN UP. Wheel Comes Off Buaqy and Horse Kicks Dashboard Out While Carrying Dynamite. Bonn McKechnie, son of Sliigis trnte Jntucs McKechnie, of the Hub ble section, bears) a nharmeJ life. While currying 50 sticks of dyna mite in his buirgy from Lancaster to his home lasts week to blast sotnn rock for a fence a wheel came off the vehicle, the horse became fright ened and kicked tho dashboard to splinters, and tlio dynumitc wns scattered up nnd down the road for 100 yards, several sticks breaking iu two when thrown out of the bug- y. ict nary a stick went off und young SlcKcchnie who hung to tlio lines to keep the animal from run ning away and waa literally ou top of the dynamite throughout tho whole, escnpcd. eiuue out of the ex perience uncnthed. Hnrry SInybrier, of Lancaster. who started out with SIcKechnio in the buggy, jumped for dear life when the wheel came off and rnn down the load as fust as his legs could carry him while listening; for tho ex plosion ho thought was coming. SlcKcchnie had the box contuiu ingtlie dvnamite iu the bed of the vehicle between his feet and when the dashboard gave way he was pull cd over the explosives by tho plung ing horse. The box of dynamite tilt ed and the sticks rolled out on tho pike, yet none was jarred sufficient ly to cause it' to explode else tho tale would have been a different one. Squite SlcKcchnie father of tho voutm man. went white when thev finally got home nnd told of tho happenings of tho attemoon. SIc Kechnie wus congratulated on all sides for his miraculous escape for it can he regarded as nothing short of miraculous that dynnmitc should be so tossed about and fail to go off. JUMBO CAMP MEETING. The camp meeting ut Jumbo on (trcen river cume to a close lnt Sunday evening, Sept., 10th. We think there was great good done though the visible results wero not what we hnd hoped for. We wero handicaped throughout tho meeting on account of Rev. Wilson, the song evangelist failing to get there. Tho order through the entire meeting wns rood. 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