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The Stanford Interior
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, JANUARY ,6, 'l911.
. $1 A YEAR IN DVArl
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 1.
FORMER LINCOLN DOY MEET8
SAD DEATH WITH OWN PIS-
TOL AT ST. LOUIS
OB, nr the unddast death of
I.mowll county man m Mnile tlmo
wm thil of Kagene It WlUon, son of
Vr. mOlni.Jnpri WIUon.br the. IaL
KM, wMrb look ple inVSt. iWs
l.tt udr. Mr. Wllwu win oiling
up nn old iilitol, winch' exploded In
mib war. the 111 entering his chest
ml ofntdur almost Instant death. Mr
WlUun's roonitHnlo, Mr. JamoJ T.
Ha)-?!-. ho rinnpinlc'd the bod
Homo, wfd that he had left Wilson
Just short ilnif beloie his dentil
nnd that the decoded remnrkea to
lit in tsnt he Intended to clean up hi
old pan noon Theie wore stories In
.,... Mn.. .. .- . n... .
the dn ly papers (tint trie death M
Mr. W'lbon m nulcldnl. but thou.
who wre fniullhlr villi the 'net know
thatlfMirli riort jii? iintiuo
KiienH WIIhoii left Lincoln a mini-
br of jearn-nno, and attended n
huln."ii college In U-xInRlon. alter-
aid tnklnc U potdllon with n largo
wliolennle lloue where, he wen re-
ti.-atflly promoted. iJiler he wn eho
en neeretnry of the Kanlern State
Nnrinal nt lllchmond. Itavlne Uicru
n lew monlln aco to Ro.wlth a blR
trntrion company In fit. Lout where
h wns '"making Rood," and had Just
been premNeil, nice lncreo lr nil-
nr the Arnt f the )ear He wn a
brlxht nnd affable younc man, Jtut
3o vear 'it bk. and hla death will
be sincerely mourned by nil who'
LhAv lift.. 11m te.a inainha, .t (tin
Klchmnd IoiIrc.oC r.lUs. wnloh ent
n Very' handiiome"nonil trlbut,. lo the
fi.nernl which, was. held In Crab Or-
churd Wwlnendny, the services belnc
conducted by. Mr. J. C McClnry.
FOLEY'S KIDENEY REMEDY AN
appreiiinllon of the Rrent Rood I de-
r'vi'd 'irum roleVn Kidney Hemeily,
whkh i'used lorn bedcu-wof Kldro
uuiuil.k . MP ih-iiii- "in nir -i.
rnont I'ffiM'tlw-h nnd nroved lo be
In-mnd Joiibl It i the in oh t r r) In be
ili'ne tnedlilne I !is,. eer taken'
Khucnr (r Tnnner.
A ine'rtlnp of the siochuldoreof.
IhtAlpiilegHwok-of lH'rnVIlTe win
r TaflTl nt thlr benLlne houe In
lliiftonvlll tin Tuesdnv Jnnuarv 10. K
rill liir the pitrpoe of tlectin dlrec.NCW
toik tc rvo the ensulnc yenr . ,f
J. W. HOSKINS, Caihher
'.'..liB 1lltrti.llline5- and Tn'r It clv..
iinie iiSWin expels the cold froye
tuir jrMeW. It retuiliin no opintn
i" sale aim srr nmicHm a. isnni
A PPLIADLf COUGH MEDICIN
l A ralitnbie famth iieiid Kuli'1
HntiMT ami ") tulfilN IhU rondlt
usHfv Mi Chsrle Kline. N
''i . Htmi. ! . lltOll $cernl III
i crs of . iiiilly lire bleu cui
m hUt rMiHh and OUdi by the I
, ri- i (..- ijjm Tar mul I aln
itiver , vtlllitM.t Ojbiiyie in Hie hulii
It Mrthes mlarrflM'H I hi' InltBllnn
.ii ih tjhlw't, riiid lroens u t Ii'm
Ii 1 rfST? -ilwiv found It I re
lMhle eiqf Hire' ShiiKiire nndr.in
net . ,I
Old rt-c llU'ccd nn alj,lM
iHiiytOjunii (ompan)'s '
t' t'omllllou of the
Waynesburg Deposit Rank
of XWiuaWlrc. Iv . at clone o; luul-i
ie Hi inui
(i ii: 2
nei UVfOllhei, SI 1910.
1 oun nnd dhN'ouiiti
Hue (join N't t Hanks 11.602 01
I'M km hand . . .-.y SJ-!
IUiwIiie house nod lot... J . ir,5n on
KArid Wire oud rlxtiujj,. . J.
Ktotsx S.it alx :susths
and taxo lftlil ft '
.4 ; LIADILITHiS:
. 4" 1CS
I'iK'irliloO nroril nnfouni and
,itH) irroks earninis. ,$i2S7Cn
ldsjiwed ol lis follows
KviwiiMis for last i-lx riionttis
tifld taxH pnhl I (.". 7
"nch;il to BHrplns I r d ion on
nivriTowi ,vo K'i n''i r-o '
CantHt to tin nnffvld
etf pmUl nreojlil :,S1 rtS J2.2S7.C0
Siutn or lntiv ci 1 Stnu.
lev Mento4h ihi of the nbov
i.ameO bunk, da holAmflv suotir that
t'w tilwno taeUiHit Is true lo the
liet of nvy Itnowl'-dnK and hulhif
(TXMI.h l INTUMIl. rnnur
uu rtbed slid nwvfi
bt V- ii'v M'lnti-h Ui
ni m' 'i. run (: y,
l( V 1' 1'itlHl'ep II I
31st day of
lit .-.'' I''H
V'h. J. AV
h rtldon. '!
LOOK FO TH
till the (.. ''
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10I ). Ni.llB Belli i'
1 . lieu oildj!'
tiMjie Sb'ignrN S Tjdiic
DASTARDLY DEED AT .
MURPHY 4 ACTON'S STORE DYNA
MITED AND ROBBED
. Ono of.thc most dnsUrdly.nols over
committed in King's Mounlhln slmrV
ly nttor midnight, last Saurdny morn.
Ihr. whciisouie fiend robbed the
general store OT Minihy nd Alton,
nnd then laid n dynamite train and
blew the sto-e up, scIIIiir lire foft
find compleoly dertrojlng It nnd III
residences of Mr, Murphy mid Mnjor
tfnilh, which adjoined It.
The Ion to tlin firm of Murphy &
Ar(on , n,,nt BV)0 wt, M1(0 (n.
lirnmvs the personal toss to Mr.
,. ......, . . .J,.... ,
M (I. Muiphy In the destruction of
111 dwelling Id $2,000 to J.V'pCO Willi
insurance nnd the loss or
. .. . . ,.
MnJor s,nl,h " nbot ,son wlth "w
Mr Murphy wns .iroimed e.irly Sut-
urdnvinoriilnR by n terrlfie explonlon
He -Wped out of bed. and quickly
lookliiR out -of the window, ak
smoke IwiiIiir from the weather.
boardlnp of the toie. He Jumped
Into n few clothet. and rati toward
the tore. Iut m he reaehed It,
nnolher fearful exphmlon occurred
near him, itunnliix him. In nil prob-
ability within a few mlnutca nioie, he
would lmo been killed by It.
The whole building then burnt Into
flames nnd, thfttftwo residences also
tatchltiR fife, nil ere destroyed,
thot.ph the entire-Community turned
out nnd did whaya ircsslblc to envo
Several hfltchets. hammem. and
chisels wer found near the bulldlnR
nnd the immunity Is imtfofiid that
It, was tKti work of robbers It was
discovn-d that the lower bars pro
tctlfon of the windows, lind Iwcn
ottg oU, and entrane effected In
thai way There Is much fecllnR In
"tf - -r :t rt
f'botl Oreen Miirphy nnd Dr. J. .
.Vjjtnn are amoiiR the most promlnwit
,, )K,pnr citizens of ihc country
,...... u .. .. ... .-I .l.,l,l...l l,olh..r
nry ii.t.' I'l'l Jti i't". .........
t rebuild or not. but in all prounoiu-
iSr v ill not. fw their loss hrm been
Lodges Elect Officers
LEADERS TO SERVE
INC ENSUING YEAR
A number of Lincoln county lodRos
-ie.ii to. sen.. durms the
"1 r of 1911 ftt their last meet
nn niRhts In 1'JIO. last week Anions
the lodces r hi. h elected and those
ured by their brothers wero:
Llneo'n Lodge, No. 60, F. & A. M.
J X Vciiefee Ir, Mpster
ion . I. StephenMin. Senior wnrdeii
lii'yla W. I'eiiiiliiRtnn, Junior Warden.
S.ni llobiuoon. TroHSiiror
J X Saunders Secretary
II ' rrst. Senior i)icon.
K t Onrmnn. lunlor Donron.
M A. Johnson, Slewnrd and Tiler.
J"""' ,-oa3e "- ,oa' ' " "' r'
( ' McCarty. .Noble Ornnd
l- -j a MnnnlnR, Vlco (.r.ind.
' Jesi-e 1 Wenren, Secretary
'I I l IIa1.ii Cr.i..-.. .n
J .IILVIIII.. 1 IHlTMiri
Jrthn II Kugleninn. Host,
Crao Orchard Lodge No. 636 F.AA
I lli-ll. Muster
.1 M ( oilier. Senior Warden.
P .1 KlnR Junior Warden.
I H ailkinson, Secielaiv
J T Itedd. TreoRuror.
' Crah Orchard Lodge No 108 I.O.O.F4
John Fletcher. Noble (Jinud ,
Walter Dodgers, Vice ISrand
11 II. UronniiRh, Secrctury.
Klein ruinmliis. Treiosuier
FOLEY'S KIDNEY PILLS
An. imifc Ih nttlnn. inilclr In results
ju(j,.'i : i(s.nL medicine for all kfdno nnd
llilnnder dgorden. Mary 0 Abbott.
. .1 '.00 if , H'olfehQip. .N tl.,nf "I ns tirrilci
,1". 000,no mj whi, n u,iilBcaso of ,rln'inn.itism.
. 2.2S7 fio.due to liilc'neld Dint my kldnovi full-
"?((.,! in ,iini out ol my blood 1 win
mi IniiiM In nn feet, joints and hack
that Ii wuk ngony foi me to step I
lls J rolov'v Kldnev Pills Mr thre
dajs wleu I was nble lo ret up nnd
move alx ut nnd the pains were iM)
4one This great clinnge In condl.
tion I owe to Kolev s Kidney IMlls nnd
roeonnnend lliein to anv one sufior
ing as, 1 have." Shusars & Tannoi.
7ti 1 't acres of land In Lincoln foni.
tv About Ml aires of lino tobacco
bind, and M aer.t or tine bottom,
land, (lood tobacco bnrn 31XtK--lS
ffeet to eae This barn Is new Din
er buildings are old. Uood cwinro ror
Komeoue to make iiuinov. Price JS.5O0
See 1. It Huhe or W I McCurty.
ENDS WINTER'S TROUDLEk
"lo mm winter Is tt neas n oMiwi-J
till The frort bltKMi toe !"
1 lu))M ! IWlpIs H'.l H'
scr.ev. rm hu
W , 'I ..0,0 e Vlucklm'H ArnlSi SAlv"
CUen tl.l . mvlnces; Otealoid henlor
sM-M,- .s,.H. l:ciina nnd pmlns. Ul
: . ici'A at iVnny's Di-uk Stoiv
Tht Intiriir JiNrnal's Niw Miihli
to the ikj. readers PrMchtrsville.
The Interior Journal tins had Its
shuro of troubles the, past week ow
ing to inability to get Its now press
In worklnR order in time for IsMirjl
of nn. edition on Tuesday. It' pa
trons Hate lictn. very considerate, and
with tho new maehlne In good run
ulns order there lo very little prabab
lllty that It will hao to ask their
tPdulReiue again for J similar reason.
. There la a Kreat amount of news
m.Uter..on hand In tho oitlcc which
it, 1m 'been Impossible to get" Into
th.lk. Jssise, but all will be inibllshcd in
a '7ewHue,5. and tho, friends of thq
phpef, art' urged to stop In the office
ui il.ini street opposite the court
house with :iewf Items of any kind,
and dollars tor. mihkcrlptlon. We nn
lojucnlontly located now, jo'come to
PROMINTENT YOUNG COUPLE
WED IN LOUISVILLE.
Hay's Konter and Miss Uill K Nuck
olb woie mairled In tho rnrlor or tho
Seelbaih Hotel, l.oulHJ1li!. Wednes
day eenlrg, Jan. till, and enter to
sot her ujioii ihe New Ye,ir with eor
nnpiin fo' imnplete happlnM,' nnd
Ith the bwl wishes or n host ol
rrleiuU and lovl one. ,
'I In- a eildlng of this populai )oung
ouple war om of vJie "osl bofliitlfnl
ulfur- 111 tne Kiuu eur nciu in mi-u-auntticcnt
liostelr"- The leremonj
was liorfoiined In tho laiRp nrch on
ih parlor floor at the entrance to thej
uislc room ami no more ueviui
fill setting foi h uinnlage coold b
ininglneu. The parents, ami M'vanurrriiirt nnd weie loud in thefr com'
llitlMiltu friends and relatives of , tup
gi (mm went aown lo bo present at
this auspicious event many or tlio
lulde's frlendi. and relnllv.s were al
so pie.-eiit to oe her united to the
man ot her choice.
In, ntdhuel'y after the ceremony Uio
bildnl inrty lelt foi .111 extended tour
of tho biiiith after which they will
come to Stnnrord to make their home
where Mr. Koster Is nssibtnnt Cashier
ot tho Slate 'liank & Trust Company
and one ol the most .prominent jouny,
men ot tne Oil) .'ill- rosier is "
of the most" beautiful' girls of the;
Kill Cliy t
She Is thu daughter ot Mr and Mrs.'
O V Nuckolfi, and Is well known and
popular heie where she has visited
011 toieiul occasions. She will bu
ftveiiin nv'K cordial welcome to Stnn
Toid a hrr permanent home.
FRIENDS OF COL. CHANDLER ARE
URGING HIM TO RUN.
Col J 1 I handler the popular auc
tloneer wiu in town Saturday, get'
ting luadv or Chrlstu.a. Newn haul
f-ak-d out. that n. number of close
trjends nro'urglnK htm 10. mnko tin
ia;o for tnnglbtrnto, In tho Cuib Drch-
nru Magistral jirvclnct at Ui nwlf0) Kl)(e Na ,
eoimt olettion niiu 11 is iiiiui-sumii
that Col ClMudldr i ivlng the mat.'
ter some eousidomtloii. IUh rrloudH
iiy tjiat Col. Chmidteis aeqiinJnlanc
belnfc h axienslve nnd hlfc populnrt-
t heiiVg to jnlvorfcl hn vtotild moiie
tin. vxreedlngly strong .andldate toritul coiirIi I lad looiied ile it, tuie
t,,c dmwnu to nominate nnd It u
lu'llrvtMl that It he decides lo jimlca
il.i- race ho vuii irnvo no opposition
Um the nomination,
4 ...! ,1.1 ...uHltlinu
111 nit i'im
Aiain iiih ii.miii'm. . -- ,--
.-w distWciln lb. tliite wL lllrflgj Juu-j cjjro. IU
Tone II i SgitliKth pWPto wiua WWi".'-
. m.- iTrtnl bmiif rre,r. ni wn.
have'hlm. Jh gtor.
liii.rv un iay Jiu iicvnsuj iu nv-
;iiester Harris, young son of Mr.
Sam J Harris, the popular Drake.
L'reek .farmer, allot himself In tht
thigh, receiving a very painful wound
As young Harris was passing through
a gate tho pistol was fired by his
overcoat .striking the post nnd ball
ranging downward lodged lodged In
the thick part of the thigh Or. J. A.
llnrmon was called and dressed the
wound. ys'-. ' "
Mr T. Y. Shaw wbobaa; been a
buyer of raw'yfhra for 'IS years
straight, Is buying verJWtfenslVeiy
this season. Heyrequenrly receives
rura from a dlstantn or 7mlles.
lC J. Smith rsaS-1 moved to Flock
chkHc. Wllllant D).ebAuse will soon
move his saw mill rfg'to thin place.
Itev. fierce llryjnt was In his pul
pit hero at the llaptlst church foi
the 'last time Summy, He tins been
ppstor three )eur.s and gne gen
eral satlsfifCtlon, b'ut deiilred to ie.
sign his pastorator The tiretbren tiro
loath to loKelilin(asq holder but will
meet on next regular meeting day to
jjnll a Biiccessor. -sj ' .
. Mr and Mrs. 'T-. I.unsford,, or
(jarrnrd, were guftst of IJ. T. Uitns
flml, Sr. anil wire The Mlssess Mc
Allster nnd the Misses Pettiia came
hoiu' from tho B. Iv.N.JJ'hJioliflU
utiiniorM-rosrenu me nonunyg i.es
He .elvln Jiag' returned home after
.a two-years absence
'ut ParkerJ'city. Ind.
He has been
Troy Duval Is
home from Indiana.
Mrs. Tlmolh'y Xnylor Is convnles
Ih.. Joint enterlalnirent given Jjj
Ilie.IIobt'ij and I'rearlcr.svillo schools
on Christ 111.I8 eve at Ihe M. K. churcl
here, vns a perfect success The
pupils .-ill acquitted tjiomseUes In a
credltalile manner, without exception
and reflected much hoilor on tliefr
tencl'.'is. Mlyscs Howard and lloltr'
law. 'tho large chhiiI prf-hent .4n
jf,vt(1 llie .,fteuioon exefebos to" Uie
lilliuontH. ilud cheeitd the effoit of
Mr Kd Holtzel.iw, in which he hhow
el hlmi-ell to be homou hat of an ac
tor ttir these exercises weie over
the over-loaded Christmas tree was
next, Old Santa China dtspened gift
right nnd loft and gladdened the
health or the little folks.
W C Cummins had a fine bird dog
to die His best one was stolen
1'Ms one often walked up the tobac
10 rows and caught worms like a boy
.j.,, ((I fnc
1. II. Thompson sold a bunsh or Su
pound shoals to Ceo. O. Spoonamoro
at 7 1-2 cents. J. W. Aker delivered
a huncluof shnats fo It T. I.unsford,
sold some'tlmo-ago at S cents.
.MIms.-h Holtrclnw of Gilbert's Creek
visited Mm, J. 11 Thompson.
XV v understand that Mr Elmoro
recently sent to the Lexington ajy?
linn from this place, is now 111 of
PARSON'S POEy A.GEM.
Kriiui Kev .11 StubenvolL Allison.
I.I., in pinlse bt Dr. King;' N'ew I.I10
iPllls. The're such i health necessltv
In cvcr home theso pills shorn ue
If other kinds vou'vo tried in vain,
CHI- DH KINtJ'S
nt Penny's Drug store.
I will bttinil tho Hawkins Konn bull
nt VI to Insuic II. W. 'Injurs, Stan
ESCAPED WITH his LIFE
' Tviiitj-onc i'enrs ttgo I fiiced tin
awful -loath," writes .Mrtt. It U ,Mr
tin. Port Hxrrklsun. C- C. "Dooiori-
jbAlU J had coiihunijitlon and tho dii-H'i
(hn ,r1(1t,r,u.t i,f. tho, Ik-si iloto In
ijet rgotuwn. S c. for u vnpi urn
noiild &t ii" mllri. riiena mivwwi
, ... .!,- 1iaT. "S,1iui.,ii- iMiredl
Laiiiay I litre mj life iohU'ih
V Will fell
High School Success
DRAMATIC CLUB SCORES ON AR
TISTIC TRIUMPH IN "MUCH .
ADO ABOUT NOTHING."
A lurge audience greeted the Stan
ford High School Dramatic Club nt
the opera house last Tuesday night
It was nn exceedingly creditable per
formance. The leading parts were
r.'II acted and even the minor roles
were most acceptably played; Hus
?ell rtrowrf ns Don Pedro demonstrat
ed considerable historic talent, Mor
rison tlrlght as Benedick acted" the
part with effectiveness and'the tim
bre of his voice was forceful enoug'h'
for a professional, Win McCarty as
Antonio a conventional lord did very
satisfactory work, Joseph Hopper aa
the staid old governor of Messina
was In the proper role and did well.
Tbe Hero and Beatrice played by
Mlfs Virginia Mahony and Miss Kato
Daxls Hnney were ably portrayed and
the Rentleness of th" former and
spIrltousnes8 ot the latter Indicated
Dogberry, the stupid police orflcer
wn excellently given by Thomas
Coleman, the' timbre of whose volci
though not "resonant, gave the hear
ers an Insfght to cltracters who
think a pompous air and much fus
ion juejMaTidards by which impor-
Clnudlo the young lord of Florence
and a mnnly gallant, was ably repre
tented by Harris Coleman. In facl
,)! the characters wero remarkably
well portrayed Verges the compan
ion of Dogberry was vividly acted
by Lester O'liannon. Dorachlo who
wa paid n thousand ducats to carry
out the vile purpose of Don John
was strikingly plaved b John M
Waters Don John the v Milan wns
represented by Wallace Singleton
whose work was creditable The at
tendants who assisted In the minuet
wre all well trained and while It
Is not to he expected that young
aumteurR shnll do professional worl-
et It Is universally conceded thin.
tne ciinraciers were innrpreieii iu
a'nnlioriiih eredltnblo manner To
go Into detail regnidlng the perfor
mance would he only to add praUe
ff praise. Ursula and Mnrgaret tin.
gentlewomen attendants, upon Heio
nnd llentrlre were repiesented with
good olTect bv 1lnry Morrison Ma
theny and Willie Moore, while Frlnr
l'rnncU the man who performed 'th
l welding ceremonies was well rv
presented bv Edwnrd Rankin. Their
training retlected great credit upon
Mss Jackson who has been working
vvlh then' so ralthrully' Miss Jack
soli is teacher or expression in the
Stanford High 8chool.
I Stanford may well reel proud or
lie schools in nil departments of
! their work.
INU I lUfc OF 8ALL
Lincoln Circuit Court
Geo. Burton etc., l'lnlntlffs. vs Jas,
ll'iitoi', etc.. Defendants. l
In obedience to a Judgment render
ed In the above styled court and no
tion nt the November erm, 1910 the
unnenognea commissioner win on
Monday, January 9tn, 1911.
County court dny at 1 o'clock 1 M.,
In front of thn court houe doqr in
Stantoid, Ky.. sell at public outrv
to the highest nnd best bidder on a
credit ofs six months, tU following:
dei-Crllsl rel estate In Lincoln cou'n
tv, y . tow It Z-Ms4
"Hogjunliii; at a stakq, cornRp
ance. HI nun Let and John BH5Hfl
theiioe S '! 1-St W C" polus to a, tnsfl
lu Hover's line, thence 8 73 Wi- WJ2
pole to u stako, thence N S'S y
lo N'nneo's line, thencu N 7.1 1-2 K
with Nanco's Hue to the b-cinniiu:.
conlulnlug .! I aens
Tne purthssti will he reaulied .to
Uh Iwnd wtth pers -nnl sMrjlKSJip -
vlm. nt Mniule IhirtoiMn itittJlltl Will
ate louUn ita uffiha Sn? .ol"
i "fi.I?'u.ul" ".. ,2iy.Ca?..r ?J .;
or tf-o execution of "a b"Ur by her
..innimn. . - .
Thin ii..noini.nr oih iiirt .
K. S. ALCORN7Atty,.foPrJlff.
priveu uj uie oroni'oncT.lli.Bes.-iiuimlinl,w Suturduy
bt ml betiring six inr ccut. nuiy'est ' ,
twin date ol sale havlnsthhTfnict" . ", T . . "
,.,..! ..rf., f -j hi.liruianl nniltfrtftli, r A Sprained SIlKte .W
I.,.., --.r.v -- j r .-.. ...-.....b . .,,., .1 i....., ...
tixiiri.il Ii.. Urn on tlie land uoliL. Ihe
6EIUTIFUL NUPTIALS ' .
IN THE COUNTY
DORA PENCE WEDS .MR.
WHT OF LEBANON, TENN. .
OneTof the most bcaiiUfiliHQino
wAddlnes irk Lincoln county In mnni I '
a .lav "wtlft onp of U.e fairest and
most lovable brides ever tq leave, won i
.h '........ ..r vrr.. tv.A nnn ,n
Mr tun.-. 11. 1VH...I. ,,t. l..,lMnon.
Ton,, In.. WMnp,d nflc'rntK.n. IJc
2i No announcement had been
mode previously of the purpose, ot 1h
vming" pair to wed, but their friend
jueUy well understood' their lnt?n
tion nnd so nourprls'e wa occasion
ed by tho announcement ot the
Tne wedding was solemnized nt t
home of the bride's parents, -Mr. and
Mrs. K. T. Pence on the Cut-off pike
The home had been handsomely deco
rated tor tbe occasion. Only a few In
tlmate trlends nnd loved ones were
prctuiit, and the only attendant were
Mr, Alfred Pence brother of the bride
and Mls Sadie Daughman, of Hits
tonville The ceremony was Raid by.
Rev. J. J. Dickey, affer whlch the
happy pair feft at 5-40 for tho South
on a wedding trip, after which their
permanent home w 111 be. In Lebanon,
but they will be much on 'the road
vrltli Mr. Doxier's "stove company, of
which Mr. Wright It. unrepresentative..
Jacob Nance bought of H. Steele
a grist mill at a private price.
Mr. O. W, Naylor s.old to C liar
man a pony at $.".0.
II. Carrier bought live acres or land
from (J. W, I'Hdgett nt $10 per acre,
nnd will erect a residence on same;
The latter bought the Scolt Single
ton rarm for $100. r
The Padgett Uros., gold 700 pounds
ot tobacco to Z Padgett at 7 cents. .
U. T. Long is very ill. .
Ke v. .Sl'ugletcmrhasibeerr inrrdrlng'
considembly from Injuries sustained
by a fill.
A number of friends nrid relatives
were present at, the birthday dinner
given at James Griffin's on Sunday
December tho 18th, in honor of, hift
fiftieth birthday. A sumptuous din
ner wns spread and some good mus
ic rendered In tho afternoon Every
one went uwny feeling that it was
jjood to have been there.
An oyster supper was given nt
Jacob Nance's Thursday evening and
one at C. Brown's Monday evening
Drill woit- enjojable occasions for
the oung folks,
Mr. Cummins of Texas, who ban
been av-p 27 ii ii spcndlnjj
Xuias week with his parents .Mr. nnfl
Mrs. O. W. Cummins.' '
J. T. Ill own nnd family spent Sun
daj with Sir. and mYs Victor Gilll
land. Mr. .Inn es Wall and daughters
Vernu and Jewell weie visiting at
Highland last week.
Colom.in Lutes left Sunday for I.ex
ingtou w heie lu will "aiend a few
.Miss Nora Padgett who makes her
honif near Ciab Orchard Is with her
Miss Hnttle Jelfries Is visiting, re-
lallve.i ,at South Fork.
Cl.'inde Singleton leave Tuesday
lorlulsviile to visit his aUter Mrs.
flendtlx Hayes. . j.- ,
I.ouia Singleton nnd wlfehavlng
.nlij their lares, left for rCc.l-ii Ar
"rov, Qkla.. Saturday vl.''re they wift
make their future home Their
friends at this place wish thein much
It. D Goorh Is with his parents
for n few days.
Wllllant Long jr Cynlhlar.a has re
turned 'home after his brother K. T.
Ii'iig at this plae.
Little Miss Mary hllzabuth Nash
of the D. & V Institute Danville
rnine home Prhlny to spend Xninn
with her parents Jir! nnd Mrs. W. T
rinnmrnn nftcr spendrng' 11 fortnight
w.th relatives here relumed to their
home Inst week. ' c,m Uust m ,or " wle- Ul,r w"e
Kllus Harmon nnd family will movo,fcl)e neod 8" dockings and baby
to their- now home which he. pur
chased at Perryvillt:, yils vvsk.
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two of the most .daring nvlators, veto
1 toHtIy Uillcd by fulls from their
III usually die
uuir uir iwiin lirrssin Lr l"i
rstyi for three or
four Weekjl, TllH if dUO to lack of
l'WIr trot.HiL When Chwnher
latns liniment is am.lletl n cur,, may
lo af felted In three or frnir days. This
liniment is one ot the best and mosi
leuuirkabl? prepamUons'.m ,ust. boia
, ' w
POOL THIS YEAI
LINFOLN GROWERS -'AJV,0INTr
DELEOATE8 TO CONVEN., S i
x TION At LEXINGTON
' -irsr- il
I.incolijrotiSty .' obarco
' V $tif -A f 'J
went on recrdlvi1 epthu.Mnslk Kir tlio 1
I100"" ' "" l11. tt nn,
n"'lll,P hpIJ at tno "rt hoUB Iler '
Saturday afternoon, Dec 31. The) nre
""rOUghly dhwatlshed With the price
c ,,leT rn,ot i'rouuci nisi year nas
brought since the fnlluro or the Uur
ley Sorloty pool and tne at last do-'
cided to get Into the pooling gitme'.
themselves. Thu sentiment of most il
of those present wns for the complete.
elimination or the crop In 1912( so J
that tne supply or -weed shall be' re., j
duced to a normal basis, and tnq price-,
thus forced to it figure which w.Wi
afford the raiser a rensonnble proNt
for his labor. -tr
Kive prominent Lincoln colnr
fanners, Messrs. John II. Toster Li
K. Tate, David Adams, Sam Owe
and. Curtis Gorer were named as,.)
committee to attend tlie conferes
or growers from all over the bur
district, which will be held at Le
lngton next Thursday, the" 5th. They
co iiulnatrtic'ted to Set at they believe)
hert for the Interests or their constfijl
cuts. Tho growers here took un a- ;
vlstory vote ns to.the'lr sentlmenU;
on the pooling of this. 5 ear's crop amti
cuttliiE out next, so "as lo Indicate 1
,to thefr representatives' wlijit they-jj
conjlilur best, but not to bind tneas i
j ? . 1
absolutely to any course, .Some favorw;
ed reducing tbe acreage of a crop hTTT
JP'.2 to Ave acres per hundred acreil.
or rnrm land, per larmer, out in .
greatest nnmner present ravoreavt,''
completely cut out the 1912 crop.Thf .
voce to pool 1911 crop carried wit-
There were about three hundred P'l
.,T i -...-. .1-, -i.l .k-1
me iiiusi Buusutiiiuu iuriuern ui invj ;
county' present when Mr. Tnte-rwhn g
attended tho Lexington conierencTH
wnicn rrst iniincnea me inacpemwioi
pool, called It to order. Hewas i cho-',
ien temporary chairman and Shelto .
HllernrSsecretnfy. "Sit. Tata call-t ,
ed for expressions from the growers
as to what they considered the bestv
to be done lsV
S IU. Owns moved thnt delegates',
be aDiolnted to the I.exineton meet.
lug thi week, and that resolutions be A '
adopted for the pooling ot; the IWl'rf '1
crou and cutting- out of the 1112- .,; -l
S: Owsley thought that as rdjicrr.Jkl
iu: wns left ot the 1910 crop aaJwa'si.
possible, ought also to be addM to
the nool. nnd thU lnnni-hl nri'fiaifi-h''t
more dlscisslcn, as mnny of the giow-i 1
ors did not believe l't would be lyosr
sinie or rcasibie to tittempt to an-
ule the residue oNtb.evJ94ii cro.
jonn L'. roster favored th"
tion of the acreage 1 1 1912 to?
ellmlnat'on of the t p, and-j
Dronnugh also thougl ,t a
Upon lotion or ' A. RI3
delegates tC be nni ed went!
stnictod, so ns to : ave Uien
loose to follow whnt might sewn to V'
them to be the besti omse aftad ar.
riving at Lexington and ascortaHiIng t
me neiiiiineiH 01 tne growers I row
other counties. f'l
Upon motion of E. Gelszl, It was
derlilcil In nnmr nnn iloloififA Hrw
each magisterial district or the, couh-'y
ty and one Irom the cpunty at large. v
The delegates ns then ( chosep' 'tyjd
unanimous vote were as follows: ,,7.
Countv at large Clarence E ,Tatr '
1st Mag. DIst John U, Foster,
'M Mr 1- l)lalf'iMi r;,..
3d Mag. DIst. David Adams! "
tilt rn. m.i c 1 -- '
ijlr Foster was elected chairman tit '"'T
the delegation Alter ruither dlsciw f
slon, tho meeting adjourned, a 'oollee- JL.
ion or nbout 17.50 being takeu-itfi to "
help dcrrnv tbe expenses of the dele- il
gates to Lexington
A -Mississippi editor makes this an- '
penj to dollnpuent subscribers "Klsh "j
down In your pocket and dig up dust,
the editor Is hungry and the paper
nhout to bust We've trusted you for 'J
1ever.1l monthK and did it with a
E""le- 80 1" rvilnn th0 compliment
ryeds a dross; JIjihiiv heeds some
treecliQs "luid so do Kate nnd Dess
Hud 'is on tho log train, nnd Peggy
U nick with grief; good koju. almigh
ty, can't you give a itiajirtier Shell
out those, nickels nnd 'turtti loose the
dmiM, turn 'em loose nful whlstl
and wo'lb have belter tlmc ther
v. ill be lower lf.ituio on tb' bosom
nt our until., .mil wn',1 .linba tlu r....uu-
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" If e had luUf a chance Doa't
tjve iw that old story, long conoto
fcl-u .bout tnkitm moriLyapc s tiiMi, fJ
,. ,.,u,, . Mn4.A,t llulll ,UJ , S
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l'lur In thfnKlon dow bylaw T
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