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The Stanford Interior Journal.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 10th, 1011
B) ' "F
CUT OUT TOBACCO
CROP THIS YEAR
NEW POOLERS PERFECT STRONG
UNION MEETING TO BE
HELD SATURDAY. I
Cut out the crop of 1911 and pep
feet a strong loil for next year, In n(() thor I)rpy now collRO home
tlio plan of tiiO Hurley Tobacco Union on Main street.
which wns organized nt Lexington Mr. T. K. Ilohon one of our hint
lAft week. Clircnco K. Tnto was Dp- ounB ",en ,,n onc to Howling (Irecn
to complete Ills ability for alt the
joliiM an Kxecutlvc Co.nmlllectna.i ,,,,, Bffar. neccHgary tD ,I1BCIW
tiy June W. Gayle. or Owen, who was( Mrs. Win. Dunn and daughter Mm.
leuted president, a lilfih honor. Tlio Carrie Truylor left last week for Louis
Lincoln debates returned from the JvUle to sinmd ten an with l.
.. ., , ,. .. ,. mother there .Mrs. Dr. llunn on sixth
lituetlUR enthusiastic over the mmattcr
nud saUfied that the cutting out of( Mr,'n, y. K0yd of Casey rnunt)'.
tbo crop this year Is the best for ail who Is n brother-in-law of J. J, New
concerned. jell bought a nice little Inrm near
The executive commltto Issued the J,,mbo ,asl wcuk "ni1 wl" ,nk "0S'
session at once,
following proclamation to the grow-. Mr, JujK(, WIi MycM RUe ,,
r of the llurely belt. I Sunday school claBs an elegant sup-
To the Tobarco drawers of the per on the 2Sth. The unanimous vcr
Hurley Dislrlcf 1 view of the do- lllct of thc c""", '' thal oach m",b
plorabl,, state of the burley tobacco
market and tlio ruinous prices now) McCorinuck for a most delightful und
j!nc offeied to tho farmers by the luxurious cream treat that could not
I bo excelled or properly appreciated
Miss Stella Sluder n mint estimable
tion or tobacco growers was neia in J"g lady of Mt. Olive died of up
, .... . , pendlcltls on the 27lh December. She
Lexington January G, 1911. and unanl- s 26 years of agu and Greatly loved
mously decided to cut ou the crop .by all who knew her.
, ... Horn, to the wife of II. F. Martin
for the year mi. on ic. ;j(i, n very handsome ten-
TberWore, fts president of the Hur- pound son named "Carl.'
... Miss LouelU Dve and sister gave
t Tobacco Union, an organliatlon a ,00t eegant social on Friday even
rented and established under the In l"t and all were delighted with
,. ber charming hospitality.
Ittva r the UU of Kentucky by said Sr c, jj. pioyd for several years
convention and In order to carry ln.'pt In ne mercantile business at
... .. iKubanks ha bought the stock, build-
to effect the decision of said convn- lng tlxturcs and good will of 3. W.
tlon, a meeting )! tobacco glow- Coifman at Oeneva. He and hU est!
.V . .. mubl family nae taken possession
ers i hereby called to be held at the ,nd wni ncnae th stock and his
county seat of all tobacco growing fuospects are flattering for a splendid
counties In the burley district on Hat-, x, sane man that has the welfare
urday, January H, 1911. and as presl- of hi Mute, county, and community
nf heart will oppose the -good road
dent. I urce all tobacco growers to movement- that Is now being organlz
sttend these meetings and a cordial " '" every county and community In
Kentucky Its advantages are nuinrr.
luvitstion Is extended to all poolers ous and fnr rearhlni; It Increases
aid Independents lo partlcpat In l"" population. Prthnnce the values of
pledge ond aid us In this great con- ne oi u.e inrmer. oac morn
.horsp flesh, vehicle-and your temper
te.it. JUNK W, (5AYI.K. So don't tall to orgnnlio n "good
President 'nwd" club In every rouimiiulty lm-'mediately.
Tho cotumltlee appointed by 1'resl-
dent (Jaj le to draft a-pledge was com-
posed of James K, Mlddleton, of Sbel
by rount) ; A. W. Mamllton, of Mont-
KO!nor county, and A, (5. Turnlphoed
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pleUgn adopted follows:
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MI . , ,
-I kRI .hi mil in gro any tobacco
hvoiw1I) , by tenant, agent, nor per-
.. . . .
lull any lteeo to be gron on an
Und. whlWi I own or contiol during
tlm jour 1M1.
"This m.riineut shall not be bind
In? tiulesh n the Judgment or the exe-
mtlve bouiils of tioth the Hurley To-
, , . , ,
bneco Union and the Hurley Tobac-
oo Soolcty a sufficient per cent, Is
pledged to Insure a successful cut
jt In ollicl.illy declcarrd by the exe
cutive boards of both the Tobacco
Cuion and tho Hurley Tobacco Society
belnio the l.'.lli day otKebiunry, 1DU.
"I iiKiinllj grow acres acres.
MISS LOTTIE CARSON WON FINE
DIAMOND IN RAFFLE
I 1 J 1 ,,. i 4 . .... tllM . W.1. I 1
A peculiar leaturo of Mib Cuikoirn
uoi.d luck vvns that a duy or two be-
--. tl. wifln wiia linM. llok nilliw
iuir fc'- ' ..- -... . i,,
trltttid, .Mln Lyio roopur nut -miss
Curson und Inqulied whut number it
vv.s ho held on the diamond, sujlng
. that slu. Iiml clreutped the nl8ht be -
uv i"" '' ' - -" -r
diamond. Since ly old win Hiu ilili;.
It would bo a mtglitv, hard Job to cop-
loro that tho iiumhM- sb iiiui won ijio
iifco tliesm twev Aoung
there Is not uoiethlnK
""l"r """"' ' i-'i"...., Tne wtrr omca,etj m two wed-
young daughter or Mr. und Mrs W 'oings on Christmas day nnd U wns'nt
A. C.irscu hud a very happy Christ- K,0 lav Tor marrying cither
J. T. Short remnlna qulto 111 at, his
mat. Old Santa Claiis was very nice ,,omP nt Ynsemlte and his friends
to her. In addition to ninny presents entertain but little hop,, of his re
from her friends, she held the, lucky t g j iT()I1PR wrPg back from Arl
number which drew Die 1100 diamond rona that ho is well pleased nnd will
..... .... -.,i. return to Kentucky in n lew daya to
ling which Jim Held raffled ofT dur-H.,ni, ,, h8 nfnf8. We have never
ing Christmas week. Her tlc'iet vva ihought Quince would leave Kentucky
. .. i . but dors look now like ho will go.
No. i.i nnd eost her father Ul cents. Mime llesslo Lee and Ksther Mur-
l!o made her u present of tho tlrket ph of Klngsvlllo were here visiting
.. , , .. i . ii i. trlends during the holidays. Mis
berore the drawing, little ullzlng 1iv , )0 ,,01.,o wll() , lwa.,nK nt
the handbome ChrlstimiH gift, ho was .lelllco rolurned to her post of dutv
. , . I Friday after spending the holidays
Shim; tier. t wltli the homefolk I'rnl und Mrs.
i air. natnan c. hicks aim miuiiy
moved Haturdny from tlio Cloyd farm
t0 1C ..NalU,r farm tlmt ho bought
near the Jno, t). Carpenter place.
'"P- J- " Yocum bnd n flno MOO
maro kilted by n train on Southern
.li-m n. Carnentcr have lust moved
loves ineir icacucr oesi.
W are Indebted to Miss Margery
lands, schools, live stock, facilities
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Wheat In this community Is certain..
Iv looking sick alter the recent linn'
.Ireexe with any protection,
A remakkabje big bargain In a
be.intihil home and about 200 teres
i'i bind nlth new nnd substnntll lm-
pnviuent In the fertile (Jieou fiver
Close lo schools, cliurcn r.nd
,. ., .. ,,,. ,n,l I,
'must be seen to be appreciated for It
Is like finding money to bu It nt.the
. price Wo Kiianintee this or wo will
run v nun iii t iiiii- i initiii i i
pay the expense of lour trip to see
It W. 15. Williams & Co Hiistonvlllo
W) ,mxp n T nrr(l (um a, $3i (or
acre with fair Improvement and
A gl)1,iml(I 200 acre farm with 7
loom dwelling. 2 tenant houses, flno
.largo barn nnd flno river bottom land
i,,,at prir,.(i from r. to C bushel of
corn to shok this year mice $r.,O0O
Come nnd let us lmw you like they
,,0 ,r jnSg0l,r. -. r. Williams & Co
Two of our prominent young beaux
H,t. roinK lo forsnk tbc "bachelor's
I'""" In the near futur0 for life with
Miss Icey Klnyil entertained a num
ber of her special friends on Saturday
evening with a charming B(.clal partv,
Mr. Hammonds left Inst wteU for
the minny south She will spend one
month nt Tampa Fla.
The countv road down Sim's branch
from p'k.- 1 '''no Lick creek has
been condemned. The road from Ceo
W Kstes bridge to the Jake Walls
brldee must have metal put on It.
So savs the Inspector.
Heavy hauling on the pikes now
lire maklnr travel ilangi-rnim !!
nt uifsernhle nnd It should be stopped.
M. 11. .ludd of Harbourvlllo wore hero
Roveral days of last week with Mrs
I uu:'" n """ n- ..iir
I Ml Kntlioilno Murpliy ol MeKIn
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no,. n'd her lllt'o mother. John Jr.
visited Mrs. VcD
Fugle lust week
1 , , , i.,,,,,, coun.
ty. About IS ncres of flno tobacc"
. iy. auiiui iii i
! Innd, nnd II a
Innd. Good tol
acres of flno bottom
tobacco barn IMxlS IS
teei to ravo. mis unrii is new ui-
t.r tmlidln-a arH old. (lood clwneo Tor
,omeouo to make money, l'rino W.S'
.Svii.L .11. HnliRa.jy W. L. ,JlctUrtX.,
MOTHER IN CASEY
TERRIDLE AFFAIR BETWEEN TWO
WOMEN SATURDAY NEAR
In a terrific fight bclwcn 'Mrs.
James Allen and her daughter at their
home on llolliiig Fork In Casey coun
ty Saturday, tho older woman receiv
ed such feirfut Injuries that she died
Sunday nttcrnoou. Her hip was brok
en ns the result of being thrown
ugAlnht the stono flrcplaca by the
young woman, who thcu attempted lo
smother1 her mother with a pillow,
hut nns prevented by hi son and
other mtn who were attracted to tho
scene by tho screams of the mother.
The terrible allalr Is said to be the
outgrowth of objections which the
mother had to attentions which a cer
ium young man of the neighborhood
l.iid been paylug to tho girl. The son
however sides with bis sister In the
matter, and both say that the elder.
woman had been very disagreeable
to her lamlly throughout her life. Her
busbaud died several years ago.
Tho fight between the two women
occurred Saturday afternoon as the
women were cleaning up the dinner
things in the kitchen. It wag a rough
nnd tumble affair from the start, but
the age of the mother told on her and
after a shoit scuffle the daughter
slung her with force against Uie cor
ner of the stone fireplace. The moth
er tell to the floor, when the girl Jump
cd on her and seliltig a pillow at
tempted to. smother her. The elder
woman's screams brought the men In
to the room, and she wax rohcued
she was so badly hurt that hhe died
tbu following day. nnd was burled
The girl has not been arrested as
ye.t nnd m far no step have been
tak'wn for her appreheuslon. Somo
or the neighbors nre Inclined to be
lieve thai liur mlnd'ls unbalanced, but
a report from there Mgndav was uv
tin- effect that phytcIausvvhQ had
examined her said there was notni,.r,
the matter with her. The symr thy
of thv community teems to be with
tho girl. The alfalr has created qulto
In that usually pencetnl
ft!Us Nlf(i Love Is on the sick
MIssoh lienevii and Mary Dee Heel:
lmvo returned tiom Somc-rset where
the visited Miss llesslo Clothier.
Mis. H. C. (imich and two bovs
ot Somerset visited the Mlt-se. Hooch
Mis Katherlne Murphy returned to
school at Paris Wednesday aftqr
Fperdlng the holldnja with her par
MUs Itutli Tanner spent last week
In Junction City.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Nunnelley ot
Winchester nre visiting the former's
Cteo Thomas spent tho bolldavs
with bis parents at I'hll Ky.
The Mnsons save a verv elegant
hupquet last Tuesda. Some 25 or
3U Mnsons present.
S. H. Gooch and family of Somerset
und Dr. Lewis Singleton of fowling
Creen spent the holidays with Dr.
and Mrs. T. II. SlHglelon bere.
Ulllio Murphy srent the holidays
with Hertha Hlnes of South Munches
ter. Ky r
MUs Murv Iee Heck and Catherine
Murphy visited at HustonviVIo last
week tho guest ot .Misses MtCormnck.
Hay Tanner 1 ft for Herea. Ky , this
week where he will enter school.
llnny Jacobs tlio monument man la
ut WoynesburK for a tew nays
Mr Leo Arkeimaii was called to
lionion, Ohio this week on account
ot the serious Illness of Ills mother.
Mis Ella Cowan aud daughter Hollo
ure ltdtlng lolatlves at Mlddlobnrg.
Mrs. J. W. Cocking Is visiting
fremls In I'ovlng'on and Colnclnifatl
ills vek .,
Miss Nettle Jol.lisim or Wtiyno'
buris Is vlsltlns bor sister Mr. Fred
liooeli of this id.ico.
Urnest Itelnchbneli or tieoraetown.
Ink, is visiting Ills mother ln law
Mrs. Knto t'orfoy.
Mis Archlo t!olfoy Is nt homo from
Cincinnati ror a while.
Mlsn Hollo Moore und Mury Hans
loid of Somerset visited W. J. Duncan
und fill'illv InBt weefc.. - ' '
Tim nfiini.uiti m. Mr. and Mm
A ixvIl ali - l;kM'ttintoiimaiv''tlV.iilile
. il xa True-Is still hunting 4Hrdeai3.
Troible in Bunches
TWO YOUNG 6WAIN3
Prcni'liorsvlllc, Jan. 7
Two young gents who went calling
ono night last week, now think the
old proverb "Troubles never come,
singly" mores than correct. They were
driving In n sleigh to which wag
hitched a span of spirited colt., nnd
Ir.lnlv lirr.lfttl fVn nr.K'twff nt Ihnli.
destination, the oun knights tied
their tenm to a convenient post and
went In. The pleasant hours sped
on nil too quickly and how very re
luctantly vv as tho farewell goodbye
tuueu vvheh our heroes must depart
for home. On reaching the sleigh
they see the mettlcsomo colts have
become restive during tho- prolonged
nosence and by their lldgetlng have
wrecked the sleigh, to that Immedi
ate repair t out of tho question.
Whnt was to be done? The necessary
parley oti such occasion takes tlmo
and on looking around, the light In
the residence had disappeared. Now
to arouse the good I oiks will bo dif
ficult nnd the growl of u bulldog Just
turned loose in the yard, seems 'om
inous of danger. Keen eyes soon lo
cute a good vehicle In a carriage bourn
near nnd a colt Is soon hitched up und
Journey home begun The ley bank
or a nearly stream tripped the horse
end down ho goes, breaking both
Next each belated swain mounts a
bleed bareback, but no amount of urg
ing, entreaty, kicking und other like
expedients could Induce the cquines
to cross the ley waters. Dismount
ing was next In order aud leaving all
behind our friends nnxt tried ihn last
resort, that of "coontng across'' on amended Uavlng bad ten years ex
narrow, sprlncy and uncertain foot-
log, and by use of much eflort reach
ed the home side of the stream. The
long trip oi several nines was Brave
ly undertaken on toot. Luckily, how-
over, n neighbor boy was soon over
taken vrho gave them a lift borne.
An early morning return trip wan
made and their outfit was brought In
Dtrrlck Warner lodge No. G61, of
Masons at this placej elected oncers
ror lail ua follows: M. F. Lawrence.
. M., W. C Cummins, S. ' C. T.
Lunsford, J. W., W 1L Cummins,
Treusurer, J. S. Pettus. Secretary, T.
V. Shuw, S. D, J. L. Kennedy, J. D.,
H. U. Cummlns.'Tller.
J. P. Ho 1 1. ml bought two calves ot
Ueorgp I'oone for J23. Phil P. Thomp
son bought sonic, hogs of Sum John
ton of about 110 pound weight at
I7..0 per head.
l-.'ufeue Duvall fell quite a distance
la a tobacco barn while handling to
bacco. He was badly shaken up and
received a sprained ankle. Iking d
larso man, it Is surprising that Mr.
D. did not receive worse injuries.
S. I). Carpenter has niove"d Mr
stocK of goods from the Elmore store
room to the building nearill homo.
Mr. Win. Henderson aufl wife , ol
Paint Lick, were nt Jolin Williams-.
Mr nnd Mrs II. F. Newland. of Co
diir ('rock, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. P. K. Parrlsh W. P. White and
wife will keep house neur Crab Or
chard. Mr. and Mrs. Williams
family were attending a dining giv
en I v Mr. and Mr. Pendleton Cox
at Ijineaster Jack Collins ha mov
ed to Tappahnnna,
Beautiful Book Free
A. C. ISSUES VOLUME
A mot benatiiul and valuable book
of seventy pigos with Illustrations
nnd statistic concerning winter re
sort In thc south, hotel rates and
much other Important information
has Just been issued by the Queen jc
Crescent Hout and wilt be sent free
to prospective tourists. No person
who expects to spend any time In -the
uouiii thlB winter should so without
one of these publications. 'The book
is in the nature of a directory or all
the lirportant places In FJorida,-Alabama,
the Carolina?, Loulsinna Geor
gia, I'ubii and tli0 Jklbumu Islands,
with generous Illustrations of 'the
more Important ieorta ai.d points
of Interest Among tho numerous
I all-tone llkenosse are those ot
High Hrnlge, Uie -incline at Lookout
Mountain Hattery Park Hotel, Ullt
more nnd Interesting Florida and Cu
ban scenes and hotels. The cover ue
sign 1 the reproduction ot u scene on
tho East toast ot Florldu nnd depict
In lenllstlu fiisluon the ocean waves
land ste.imos In the distance and tho
imimuttos and vegetation in natural
colors on Hi,, slu
ii i tlio miter beinifl.
II... perpetual cll-j
it that charnilng,
country. large putiny of mi ney was
ii ipili i'd m the loproiluctioii or 'this
hook, which wm issued lor Iho con
veiiieiu'O or in,, patrons ol the Queen
illld Ciescent Kout I'urtles autlclp.it
lug U tl'l t
me bitn mis wiiuopi'" ",r: ''.,"."' ". "r,r;v(v,r.
i, supplied wm. H
rpy ot the .,W,k free of co.i l.y
, roi.plng IiQ.Vl ?....". Ni
i -in i'ii, a:nM ni-j i''ikviiiirir iiiiin.
lllueeu i Croscfnt Route. Clncln..utl'0 t,,H Interior Journal at once.
. A caroiui study or the. inibllca-, aio A well lmnroved rurm wutered.' buildings all new nndMeuo-'-Y- t"-0" but KC t'lwy jar an i j
?!? TVrttXt t'iletiid or"f W $. Aa? Ml. Wm M? g Sr-Thl s.i.d tiL '.nditoiuivcl., .Mwn kWu.y, troubi-; . j 1
ii!!t"'mi . o.ume "hty.an?! lcitchXurnlturo, stock. wjClrtll'irt a bargatf. prl oiilr 365, pnly 25 nti at Penny'. DruK Store. J J
,otduuutlme. . m. TurmUig too,J. .. Woodson Mt ,.,. . V .. .& .WM SXE
Judge L. L. Walker Is holding cir
cuit court In DanvlUo and reports thc
docket very large.
11. D. Heindon sold bis rcsldenco on
,,, Cmlrt t0 Mr Jame8 A- ,on
" " uurton. shipped a car load of
mules to Wilson I.lvo Slock Co., nt
Wilson, N. C. They cost him on the
aVcrac of 1S3 per "eaU
Mrs. Fred I'. Frisblo will be the
h-jstesb Thursday afternoon or the
.'. A. Mlngna the local tobttcco buy
er was' called to Augusta, Ky., by the
recent death of his sister Mrs. J.
Mr. It. L. Hagan has bought the
grocery nnd general sloro or Thomas
Hill or McCreary Mr. Hagan recent
ly sold the contents or his store here
In town to Mr. Howard.
Tho .Mary Walker I'rlce Chapter or
the V. D. C. met Monday afternoon
a; tlio home of Mesdames Mottle I'.
and Fred Frisbie.
Win. Whlttaker nnd Miss Annlo
Sutton, Victor Sanders nnd Miss
31arle Sutton were married in th city
or Lexington. The brides are s'fsters
nnd the daughters of ,Mr. Wpsley
Sutton or this city.
Mrs. W A Arnold ha employed A D
Gaucher to run the Lancaster steam
laundry. He comes highly recora-
Sunday night began the week of
prayej, the bervlces being; at the
MethodlBt church and conducted by
the pastor Kev. Dr. E. II. Pearce.
Services will be alternate at the vari
ous churches with the exception ot
Monday and Saturday night.
Senator It. .L Hubble bought four
mules at Richmond average price JK.U
W. II. Uurton bought 15 at an average
or JUa" nnd 1 horse at ?15.r. Fox and
Hrighi bought 11 mules averaging
The Misses Gill weie'at home to
the Tuesday Atemoon Club and prov
ed theiubelvc-a chnrmlng hostesses.
Mrs. V. D. Simpson entertained "dur
ing Christmas holidays for her young
Mies Katie May Farley, of Bryants
villc was man led in Cincinnati to
Mr. Kverotte Lawson of Missouri.
Mrs. Hunly V. Rastlu gave u o
clock dinner at her fathers country
home "Longview" In honor ot a num
ber ol guests. The repast was served
In delicious courses.
W. F. Champ one of Lancaster's
t.ew citizens has been chosen cashier
o: the Citizens National uanK. u u.
Walker who has served the institu
tion so long will voluntarily retire.
II. F. Hudson present cashier will be
come piesident, W O. Hlgney will
emulii In his present position aud J.
J, Walker will bo the book-keeper.
Changes at Mill
AND ALLEN TRAYLOR GO
U. S. Traylor and Allen Traylor,
who havo been connected with th-j
mill of J. II. Uaugbmun and Compauy
for many year's In the capacity of
miller und engineer, severed their
connection with IbU large establish
ment the first of the year. The for
mer will ake charge or the mill or
W. II Traylor at Gilbert's Creek,
whlto the latter will go to tbo lurm.
Hon havo mado aplendld records
their respective positions will bo
greatly missed in town.
A. D. Parsons, who Is ono of tho
most expert mlllura in this section,
haviiii.' been connected with tlio Tray
lor mill for a number of years, has
accepted tho position of miller nnd
Mnt Prnktnu nil vnorlpr,wl nni.lm.nt.
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will ik'uuiii- iiiui itiaiiiuu .ii iiaiinll-
llero something good ror I. J., roJ
ers: The i;incinnati Post uaiiy ono
year; tho Interior Journal one year
and the Posts beautiful l'JU wood
land Calendar nil for $2.60. This or
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.Mr. Charles Wllholte nnd mlde,
nee Mlxs Margaret King, camo back
from Owenton last week and are dom
iciled ft Hon Hen King's.
The Bchool play and Woodmen box
supper which was nostnoned from
Thursday night, Dec. 23 to Saturday
iiignt, tne olst, was well attended and
each cleared $10 after expense wcio
paid. This Insures an organ for tho
kcIiooI und n few more books for the
library. A good friend of tho school
has donated an organ, and tbo school
Is to have it repaired. Thanks aro
due tho Woodmen, .Mr. George Prultt
nnd Prof. Harvey Hopkins fur valu
Tbo Uellevlcw High School will op
en up again Monday. Jan. 9th as a
private school, with Prof. K. L.
Orubbs as principal and Miss Fannie
f-Speurs as assistant. Hookkecplng,
Latin, Greek, Algebrn nnd the scien
ces vlll b0 taught in addition to tho
common school branches.
Wo are sorry to lose the nine Grass
Special with rapt. II. D. McGraw, Jas.
Adklns and Expressmin Stownrt who
must move to Danville on account
of the stopping of No. 27 at Danville.
The Christmas tree at the school
house was attended by a large
crown, inere were a great many
cimiuiuK up, uunougn a snow storm
was nging and the mumps epidemic
scared away most of thoso who would
liavo come Rev. Palmcter opened
the exercises with prayer and Itev.
Ocar Minks closed them with prayer.
.Misses Myitlo Hughes and Josephine
Compton, recited appropriate pieces
for the occasion. Mr Stanley Mills
acted Santa Claus and Memm, nitr.
Meyers and Prof. Harvey Hopkins as-
oisieu oania i;iaus in taking the pre
sents from the tree. Seventy-two pu
pils received a sack of candy apiece
from the tree.
Th following. N the Roll of Honor
ot the Eellevlew Hugh School for the
six months term ending December 23:
Grade VIII Micelle Prultt leader
92. Ada D. Prultt 89. Myrtle" Morgan
S3, Mary Coldlron 82. Stanley Mllbj 80.
Giado VII Den II. Prultt 89. n.
ora Coldlron 86, Margaret Itautt 81,
.-lame ,i ins ana vm. soutnriand SO.
uraue iv Josephine Compton 93
Frank Foistritzer 86.
Grade III Myrtle HneheB. riiarlsa
Singleton, Marshall Ellis, Willie Lee
Prultt and Agnes Gooch.
Grade II Irene Morgan, Wm. King,
Hasel Dlsson, Faille Compton, Eva
Uunch. Grade Elbe. Thelrna nm
nnd tne noted Dt-dln Hrown, nephew
of Editor Tiir.nfif, of I.lbertv.
uradc I WH'le Held, and Mattl
Yhe lx following pupils were prev
ent every day: Hlrdle and Ethel Rak
er. Kolth Ellis, Willie Lee Prultt.
Irene Morgan nifd Thelma Owens, out
cm nn nrollment of 120 pupils, j '
Number of pupils ln the dlstrlet'
niale 8: female 8:1; total 1CS. Rn
rollment Male 52; temal,, G8; total
U''l. Average attendance JInle 2C.P,
female 'tn.5. total 66. 1. The low at
tendir,co was caused by typhoid fe
ver, little Flora Drlesler having died
or it; by a scare about water nnd the
mumps. Miss Fannie Spears had
them the last week -and Miss Myrtle
Morgan taught for her five days, as
rlie did six davs when Ml Spears
lost her mother.
The following won prizes, the six
above mentioned for not missing a
day and In n spelling contest Dec. 22:
Minelle Prultt first. Sadie Mills sec
ond, Rirdle Maker third, Mary Cold
Iron fourth, Louln Itoutt fifth and Jo-
sle f'ompton sixth Willie Souther
Uud won sixth grade geography with
20 lieadmaiks, losle Compton fourth
luraclp with 1", hendmnrks. Mvrtio
,. . iii, ,., 'm
prize with four headmarks and Joslc
Compton with five lieadmnrkn. Josle
Compton had the highest term aver
age of 93, Mlnello Prultt 91 nnd
Frank Felstrltzer 90.
Mr. JauiujJ Hoblnson Is improving
Miss fdary- Rankin went to Rich
mond last week to enter -cbor-t.
brank and''-Naunl Sionu. :ent to
Herea lo school lust Tuesday.
" Uucle Joe Davis has moved, to Mrs.
Mrs. Joe Davis' on the Danville: pike.
A. L. Rankin bought a mule froat
TIRord Alexander for 1190 he also
sold a iiult, to T. C. .Rankin for $190.
J, 1- Sloan sold T. C. Rankin 1 pair
or threo-j ear-old horse mules ror f'il'i
Al. P. Sloan bought of H. G. Fox
22 yearling mules at $85 per head.
Rev Walker will preach at tho
Christian church next Sunday at 2
FARM FOR SALE!
1 will tell privately my rarm or
nbout 260 acres, mile and half trom
Hustonvilto on Danvillo pike. Has
hmiK.. nf nnven rnritna nil nlh,.r tiocmi.
eary Improvements und splendid water
Cau give possession soon,
J. C. NEAL,
For Sale. 16 1-2 ncres of land,
ue five room cottage, three porches
pantry, hull etc., large barn 10 stalls,
shid and good loft. Hqggyb'ouso,
ben bouse etc. The piacu tsf-well
BUSINESS MEN ORDER
IF COMPANY WILL NOT STICK
OLD RATES AND GIVE FREE
Stanlord business men and cltlz
arc thoroughly aroused over thu
crease In tclcphone rates In order
bocure county service which wero
nuguratcd by thc East Tennessee T
phono Company tho first of the Ni
vcar. tii rco mass meetings ea
more largely attended than tho
were held here last week, and
ngrcemont was signed by practical;
all of the business men or the ci1
to have their phones taken oilt
both business bouses, offices etc., a
residences unless the old rates of
for residences and $2 for stores, of
ces etc., are ndhrd to and the privl
eges of free county service glr
The business men declare that t
phone company is palpably violatlm
an agreement made wllh the peo
a few jears ago when a free cou:
ty service was promised on the ct
dltlon that a new puone compa
vhlch. was seeking admittance hei
would not be encouraged.
At the last meeting a commlti
was named of G. L. Penny for the
mass meeting, Mayor A. H. Floreaca
lor the city and County Attorney W.
S. Hurch for the county to wait oa the
phone officials and Inform them of
the protest or the people, and demand
that the raise to $1.65 for the real''
deuce phones and $2.75 for the buai-,
r.csn houses be recinded. A confer,
ence was held with Local Manager H.'
C. Wray and the local attorney lor the
company Saturday night and the writ-
ten demand ot the people presented..
The people request a response by Wed
nesday of this week.
Tho following Is -the agreement
signed by a big majority of the, .busi
ness men ot .trie cJty: " "
We. the undersigned trxerfs pr ;
i.incoin county, ieniucjcy, oeueving
that'1 thc Increase. Jn telephone rates,
trom $1 to H.Gr"per;.iTiontb for resi
dence phones, and from $2 to $2.75
per month ror stores, offices, etc. Is
unwarranted and unjust, hereby agree
with the subscribers whose names are
biRned hereto, to remove their tele
phone nt once. And the East Ten
ne?ee Telephone Compduy lo hereby,
notified to remove the phones now
rented nnd used by tho undersigned:
W. K. Warner, Hughes, Martin &
Co., Pence Hios., S. M. Sauliey, W. C.
Shanks, J. C. Eubanks, A. S. Price.
W II. Higglns, Severance &. Son, New
Stauford Drug Company,' J. O. Car
ly, j. u. uar- i
n. .1. A. Allen. I
Buchanan, W. l
chanan, G. L.
ler. J. R. Pnw-
XT T,. V'
penter, W. U. O'Bannon.
T. D. Newland, Land &.
A. Tribble, Land & Buchanan,
Penny, Shugara &. Tanner, J. R. Pow
ell. J. H. Haughman & Co.. N. W,
Fowle, B..D. Carter, J. D. Horton, O.
P. Huffman, G. II. Farrls, J. M. Phil
lips, Coffey & Coleman, Geo. Logan.
J M. McCarty, G. U. Cooper. W. S.
Burch. State Bank'i. Trust Company,
T. W. Pennington. J. D. Wearen, W.
S. Fish, J. L. Good, M. A. Johnson,. It.
L. Davison. G. G. Qeazley.
, Miss N Hutchison entertnfned sev
eral or her friends a( ljer,home Gil
bert's Creek Friday evening every-
..cue enjoyed themselves those present
were J. H Sprndlln b'niuul Holtz
claw. Frank Connett, Mary E, Hojtx-
claw, E. Holt'zclaw, Ellen Sootl, Will.
Duddear, Katie Holtzclaw, Hurry
Scott Fannie Young, J. Dudderar Not
tlo McGufey, G. Redman Frankle D.
fraylor, Jessie Flannery,
Miss Pollie Traylor who has been
spending a revv days at Danville baj
Mr George Rich made a business
trip to Stantord Monday.
Mrs. J. K. Buck spent several days
Miss Kniiiin Holtzclaw wno Is teach
Ing sch'pol ut Pieucliers'vHle la ieud
luir a fovv dns heie with the Home-
KEPT THE KINO.yVT HOME
For the past year vvu Imve kept tho
King of all I.ix.itlvu Dr. Kings New
Lito PUN- -luour hoiuO and they havo
pioved a bleUiS to. all our tamiiy,"
wmovP-iut Muthulku, )f 'Buffalo N
Fasy. but .ucc wvm ox a"