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The Stanford Interior Journal
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 10.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, 1311
$1 A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE
Made by Mrs. Harrison That
She Opened Saufley'sTomb
DECLARCS THE LORD IN VISION
TOLD HER HE WOULD
RAISE HIM FROM THE
DEAD IF SHE DID
l'OMwidng apparently, the suhll-
mest faith, such ns .hall enable a.
lolletor lo move n mountain, Mr
Harrison Krldny nftertioon rnnnfosscil
lhat she had opened the grave of
Ueo. ii. Ramie) In IlufMlo cemetoiy
IhM .Monday night, confident th.w
nice slin had lilted oft the top ol the
outer box, nnd seen his face, tho Lord
would inlsc him from the dead. Alone
and unaided "save for the help of my
Sat lor at my side." sne said, sho dug
open the grate with n spade, working
from shortly alter lx o'clock In the
inciting until three o'clock tlio next
morning. Thinking that the box lid
v .is cre
ewed down and unable lo raise
t sh, had started home lor a urew
driver when daylight otertook her and
he knew that her labor had been In
tulu. With lenrs In her eye and no
attempt nt dissimulation, she declared
that the IxirU appeared to her In a
tislon Saturday night nnd told her to
do thlh thing. She said thai ho gave
l'cr swett asmrnnce that onte sh
h..d neen the face of )oung Saulley
he would riilse from tho dead. Sho
belleted that It would be a. the I.ord
bad Mid( sho declare.!, and could not
do otherwise than obey his mandate.
MrK Harrison's sensational confes
Mon ss mauo lo uouniy juage uaney '",u ".t iv.- wi .,... ...
r the conrt house here lato Friday '' things quieted down so the feeling
i.fternoon at her examining trial. Shf wight not be fo strong against me.
wm brouglii to Stanford from tho,T"l,, hal fo,no t0 l,1 r,8Ml P,aco for
Iuiihc of her uncle. Peyton Compbell. eMdcnce and found It, so I left to visit
rr down In Casey, whither shp had ln' ,mcl ln Casey county, who had u-
Med cm Tuesday night, as she says ccntly asked me to come. When I
that she might be out or the way until ot th(,ro tom nlm ""-' wl10''' B,ory
ihc alialr had died down and tho that he might know the truth."
feeling agulust her might be softened.
Rowan SauJler ft brother of the dead ( tr, Harrison wa, anxious to clear,
Toung tnnii, finally found tho wotnan,'un ovc,.y pornt in th0 case and answer
,ftcr an unceasing search of almc. a cd all quelon!l ,ml ,0 her a, IUIed sdde.?' one i5ht las,
1. ..1.1.1. 1... .k...f..t . lih ii.:'.. .' . ... .... . ,1 ... .'!,. ... ...tnt- i.t 1111ln.1l Irnubte. belliei
ni-v hhi. nc .uiiir.i uu niui io
trlentlcsiness or a bloodhound, with-
out sleen or rest.
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vu.i.Mi. 1,1 . u" , . .w..u
th.l Ihn utmn la mnlnt1i- unSalnnn.
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fd at least as far as her icllglous fer-
tet- U concerned, County Judg Ualley
held htr over to await the grand Jury
iHiion, unuor juh. as ii was laic iui-i
he hud no friend here, she was tak-
en to the refcldence of Jailer Dink
Parmer lant nUht KmurdAy morn-
log. n she was unable to furnish
liond. she was glten final trlsl In the
ounlry court and lined $7.- by a jury
Sho will in all probability have to
ninnln 11; J..II lo pay this A lunacy
variant has been Issurd ngalnst .her
i.on which she will be tried.
Caught in Casey
It m arly Kilday moiuing when
Itowan Saufley found Mrs. IlarrUon at
h( hlllii ot hur uncle In the hllW ot
( ase, und he started at once for
M:nlord with her They diote ull
day reaching here about five o'clock
tlui aftoitioon. Nhuk that nt last thc
viinmn gnoul had at last boon captur
ed, spread quickly uim a large crowd
li.ul irnllimed 111 town to gefa sight of
her as she was brought Into town
I . Suul.'oy, Sheilfl, W I.. M fully and
titttir olfli'cr. She was laKrn at onco
10 Ihe office of County Attoiiuo' W.
S Uiirrll, vliuto Judge llailey held hei
ctamliiliig trial hshind c'oned dourit,
v. it), only 1 slat it es or the Saulley
Inmllv present and a rcw others Mis.
Hurt hull uld that khe desired no nt
ti'ino iii'i' vdtlco, but was wlljitig to
nl her itoij In full believing that
i had sluipl) done what wus right
ind what wtih the will of the Lord.
iily 10 the quenliouliig of County
I'uiT.e) Uiilch she gate In detnll the
v 1 i btor) without roservo nnd
n. med glad to make kuowu to the
. 'v M tho woudeiful r.iith or which
1 t.ts potstiHsed and how cl6e she
.is to the I.ord.
Mrs. Harrison's Story.
' The I.01 d came to tuo the Saturday
11 iilil 111 .( Iniii. lit L II ll ! 1dt u 1 til
nd told ine to go to the cemetery
(Hid open the grnvo ol Mr. Snulley,
Mid Hint when 1 had duiio this He
would bring him back to Ilie. I had
lltniighi a great deal nbout the death
of the young man; ho had been my
HtoriHiy and wns very dear to me,
much dtfuiei than many knew. I was
H k ut tho tlmo of his death, and did
not gut to nttend hib uncial and want
od to see his, race dace more. So
-.then my Sat lor camo to me and told
mo what to do, I did not hetltate. f
vent to Stanford from my home 01.
Ho Dantitlo pike late Monday utter-
Iidoii and 'louglu a pad fiV'U Mr W
II. Higglng' store. It was n little aftir
o'clock when I vont to the como-t'-ry
I stopped my horse In the drive
nj ncnr t ho grate, lint ho became so
dcsllcss nml pawed so much Hint I
Imcr removed lilm to the fence nrnrby
tnA lillrtm.1 lilitt f tintlr.ul nIfinA ut
",p 'rave- i,rw,,R ihu -"'
itiuiu lim kiwt nil inf mjfii, rutin tii-
(T I hnd begun, and dug on until near
1 throe o'clock in tlio morning when
I hnd readied the box in which rested
. ,.0rf,n N(l one molested me: I
. hmid no noise Tlio Iord was wild
(iriPj my bavmr worked uy my fitioijKnd of Lincoln The pike radiating
.hut lor his grnco I could have nevtr u nil directions would Ilkoly profit by
done w luit I did for tho work wns hant
I When I reached tho tnii.nl the box
' n iinnhlo to net it off however,
'Ned to nrun u oir with Ilio end nf
lnp lnuo mil It seemed to be screw-
ed i and I was finally forced to quit
without sight of his face or feeing.
""' promise of me i.oru tinmen. I
started home thinking to secure a weather, between these points. IV
rcrowdnur, and return but It bciniiie',i0r the law they have a right to slop
Hfil while I w,i out on .the Danville B t,H was(p of money and should
hike, so I gave up the Idea. I could tt at fncr, rlndge Dlik Wniten
I'M no help for I Know of no ouo Ii. 'while In office anted this county much
whom I could placo any confidence, money by tils timely actions. (Jet
1 Hopped at a spring nenr the Lewis i,ugy Judges and Immortalize your-
CurlU place and got me n drink for I 'selves.
wn 'alnt. I nUo wnghed some mud r-i, West Iind of Lincoln county
'"" "iy shoes, and gave n sklit to rlaijua title to the worst turnpike
"" M'-iSulfcy living nearby to clenn.
tnrew my spade into a poo or water
' crossed the bridge oter the creek at 'Jlnsley place. Trains nl from W ,,. ,0jnc oxhlblts of wc
beyond Sam Castello's house. I catno to 50 heavily loaded wagons nil from LH" , neon coumy t,an bf.
t'ck to town wlthcut go'ng homo for'('ailJy COunty traterso this road dally lmk'c a f(ne display of lion
I wanted to have my luirre used. onj Lincoln county pajs the bill' .. ,nno. J '.. ,,
' was convinced rrom his rcstle.sness
1" U' graveyard that h's shoe, were
oo small nnd wcr hurting him. 0)
1;nU t1"""' a11 "1,," off a"'1 larger oncj
lit " " took the old one home to
"e n" another horse. 1 then went
home, but when the men came later 1
know lamedlaMy what they were af ,
whin they began to Investigate
blng. and after they had left thought
Vi'lted Crave Often.
snoaumiiied mat sue was me teueu
Ionian who had auked the sexton
nhnm tn nrk nn what u'nntii tin
about two weeks ago what would be
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(uc cost 01 laxiug up ine ooay 01 oum
- Knew whoic his gr.te was,-' said
n.ivn "uvi RI...V- .-r, .....
"lor I tlHited It licqu-nlly: In
Just as often as I could. I win
e every Sunday. After church I
V0U() H)cn(1 he nom hour tilore und
.,a. ., 11, .1,. i.unch of flowers. He
was terv dear lo me. Then came the
,oril t0 me nnd toW me Jull ttlUt ,0
llo , i,Piitp,! 1 was dolne his will
bt whpn , C0(l nol ,ifl fce b(u t()nJ:icCotmack will play ball the comii.t
, W1 f iUnenile ,or , waa ((K1 Wlak seahoil vrJtU the Alirany. (Jeorgia twir J
,f) Th(J faa ,nat (h(J ,0) ja(, ln le south Atlantic League. With,
nl .., ..... . ,, llV ,.. . uu record ot wlnnlnC 17 out ol 2",
'...,.. , . r . tt,.R.
ilW i .. MWJ .-
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woman s iui-
work alone for
nieut that she did the
..i.i. . 1... ..1.1 r - .,.. nii.i A..IU.
:."" "." ' r " .""". ."'Jvn . . nn. 1 1- .t... hnndoM
nate risen 11. ior 11 was neuner sciott -
e.1 nr nnile,. .i.,wn
Mrs. Harrison told hur story in .1
manner which convinced everyone
. . . . , .... ...-'..
who iiearu uer inai sue ucneteo ever)
worn she said a tolur Rhoullkh mU.
Hon being heaven dliected. Sho is.uati. rnariesion, & t... uome i.u
nlinm IK VMrw nt nef nnil' line ltofin .
a uicml.er of the HaptUi cl.ch many
)cart. A fi-w yenrh ago shr was dl
toued iiom her second husband 1' M
li.111it.011, well known limner or thin
t unit)' She has three chlldiuii, ono
daughter about leu yours who mukes
h..r iioui.i witli her mother and anoth
ed ilaugllter ill Louisville.
Mrs. Harrison begged plteously not
to go to jail. "I did not know what
my punishment would bu" she said to
Judge llailey "but reared that the law
would not give mo Justice- for what I
had dono for the I.ord. sho tt'n'nted lo
get away. 1 hope you will let nw
pay 11 rtue und let me go for I hato
a 1 11 tic daughter who needs 11 mother
eh, so badly, aud another ill In Louis
ville bo bfi ns merciful as you can."
ilio denied that she hod watched
at the -window of Itowan Saufley'3
homu early Monday night to sec It
he win. nt home before she tlslted W.
bro,,u'r'" ve """R11 n ,"l":l!
tracks were round In Ihe mud beneath
11 .tinduw the next uioiiilng-
Itownn Saufley acknowledges his
obligations to Deputy Sheriff Hen-
drlckson and Jailer Richardson of Cas-
t) county who rendered assistance
and piloted him to I'eytnn Campbell's
house. To llledsoe HniJIe-y of till?
place. Mr Saufley Is nlso great!) in-
.tablet! Tor his ralthrul errorts aud de
toted friendship. It wns only after re
periled request trat llailey left Sauf-
I.')' tide and inuclit a little ret.
WEST END PIKES IN
HftRRIRIF QHAPPli',le waB an artIenl "ellover In the
llUiUUDLLi OllllEi Mnstcr'ft unvor fnlllnir earn for llioio
RAYS HUSTONVILLE CORRES.
PONDENT BECAUSE OF
lliistonvlllo, l't'h. G
If a Kood road meeting could be
held hero at anytime It might he
redound to the Interest of tho West
tholr resolutions and Judge llnlloy of
Lincoln und Judge Wells of CtiMT
county would wnke up nnd stop tho
slaughter of their ptht. The plko
.between McKlnnoy and Mlddlebtirg
and between tliln pluce nnd Liberty
are being horribly- mangled by trains
0f wagons, hauling di.ring the soft
Kentucky. The road in ."o-
tlon is Horn Mt. Salem to Sim's branch
ovcr sumtner to rebuild this samel . . . . . .
ro3d. ' h ' fl
AdJm Silteslcr Nelklrk anited ntlprl,,' Thi. foiinwinp
tlie home of his pnreiits on the Jiunboi
roaa ncflr Smltlv's school house last
week to bless and ervB HI lovln
,iarenti through life.
le iS.ear-old son or Mr. and Mrs
u. . noyj of Uenova Is down with '
hCVere cilHe of measles. He has m..
synipainy oi mo enure couiiiniiuiy m
his alfeclion rrom the Tact that he Is
tt wutc, ni attends the Danvil'e D &
A ,cry satagu mad dog passed up
(jrcen river lat wek biting dogs mid
tnttlu. He bit u fine calf of Mack
l'lllott's nnd a cow of Major Toombs
.n, 0r which ent mad and had to
The two year old daughter or Mr
aud Mrs. S.1111 Ilastln. ol Mt. Sail-in. I
nek im him w
. . ... , -
-Mrs. J II. McAllstcr. or ttay i.-v
iii...i i.niiiHwitiK friends anil roia-i
" - 1
tit es here a week and with Stanford
friends a -teek
- .... n .1 ' "K " "" iiuMuiti"n ... . i
r. V-ashlngton llrowu the 'iStaa(oA w, Khe ,lle prizes awarded,
man in this county being 10... is serl- j(idge The bll3,ncSR men oI
"''y l ul l'01y - w- m,,M ,ve&-,stanfoid will glte the popuHr prize,
xl,!,s 0 r Kennedy, of your cit
" l""" '""e hr-i . -.-
...-..!.. . r nil,,- .. 1
Goode this week. lreo
Our South "Paw Twlrler' Milton,
nun last hcaton. before taUlhC ly.
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""' . i. . . . .
I'I''1 er. he Is sure lo lead lhr!"tl who at present engaged In
... ,... l.. .. ...
ton In the com
ine Miisoii or uu is in
f" - - - "- -
. wlurv and Is golnj to try to beat l.i
l. lme. I-ebmaD' S.MI. for Albanyi
If.. In1ii Ilia Ion m
(" - - -
C"'ar work inarch 1st
rllle. Kin. are among ihelr'c,''rd I'u''slt) of Kugland alo
Mr. (lay Whit.', a natlte of our In- Ponn w.iue ut ... ...,. . .
cahtv and sot. ot Ino White Is home "f "' r is raon,h" ,,n
01. 11 riirlotigh from the l'lilllppino
where he has been in I'ncie fraiiik
Mr. liooige Itlggins of Casey coun
ty aged Vi years and well known in
this community died or pne.uuonlA.
Wednesday evening last.
Squire J. K. Helm's court here Mon ,
dav was hi let on account of n very
Misses Rose and Margery McCor
mack nnd Miss Cochran nccouipanted
by Joe Will Routt and Harry Camulu
r'louded the show at Stanford opera
house Krida) night und were pleiiMi;
with tho performanco.
Mr nnd Mrs. C. M. Slpple nttundol
w.s 'orn and uducated here when
ine reception 01 .Mr. tome, us ion,- , u,e h, het Brhool , le world nnd ""' ;'"'' ' ,7 "- -, read v n,arly evcry buulan ,hlUg raTHSYlUe
gomery nnd uride at their .Mchinney , lat 0r lufc0clatlona may ". t ,n 7 ",,,:, "," cna Rivers." by Mary J. Holme-
rrr a . of .. - - r r. su ?. rk? wr:rss ao,d ,o J-H
lexas. advises ... mends here that Mr. Georgo T. SchoolrIeld of ,. Christmas g wRhout Hiulliu, Ur IJjj, , W b a
l:a. a No. 1 good job and Is delighted ,,,, annomlceu Ihe engagement of 'M Jj lit! le .tocklnfc m. ice II fnd n 1 . r
he ha. gained in weight 1C pounds and , Mnef MM riello Mwell .no a J ' J I VilKt "etc The scenic e.fects are Hue for which he received ,10.
uiiu Toxa. Srboollleld. to Mr. Robert Wallace, or w1" ' ,. whnll. .. alu, a Broadway cast is carried. ThuPlay! MUs Nau Overstroet gave a lltt'e.
Mr. I J. Allen sold his home Satur- raaica Tie wedding will take p.ace 1 'L I wh 1 hem follows the t lory as In tho book, all toclal In bonor of her guests. Mis.
day to Mr. A II. McK.iiuey tor .US.i , Aprl,. clo thesjor os w b. djd tbjj, " , Ule play nnd , Undsey Denver and Wm Kvye Roger,
I'ossesslon to be given In 30 days. , lr. and Mrs. II. tiurges enicriniinii sayings I After a vUlt with his mother Mrs. J
Mr, Ruth dreen. Miss Alice Cum Alter a deliberation of twenty m.n- New Year wa cl .part - . t their J0 lent'.L Kaks ha. returned to Seymore. .
pbel. nnd Ml.. Nellie Wright of Lex- u.es the Jury In the case of Urover home. A tartt 1 crowd of .g ,u book ,)m,t fa., wUcro he ewI)loyeU on u. k u
li.gton attended the runcral services Klsh. charsed with tho murder or his pie and some older ones were there when joi lie u rnii,oad
or Mrs. Dixon Voung. . rather Induw. Samuel Welch, at llerea and they watched the Old Year out to see Lena Rlters Ihursday night. amoad
N'ee Wilght ot St. LouU wns here year ago. was acquitted at Nicholas, and considerable or the New Year l0m w brlcU'Uroom corn Ww or Kentucky. I.
on Sunday tin. last week. The terdlct setting in berore leavings Any " JJ (( lck ,f you w,nt tbeM raU6d enough on cne and ol i-a f
M-s. Ycunc was thtt beloved daugh- lo.th the opinion or tho Jury that Klsh ceitalnly know when In ! "" Fl0Mnce. stanrord. 6. nCrw to sttpldy -Uole cuut
tar fit Mi nml Mrs M If t'.1, .A. l..ani,A nt ilia lima tf Dim iimiilai rllr til the OM iCSXT lOf i lUSiiK J-
- --. . iiii-ul nna iiiauuu mi imv muv - - ---
the hnd mnny lotlng friends and rola
'tltes who mourn her untimely loss
lint lovo Ilhn. She" Joined thee(
Christian church here ten or tweUe
yenrH past. At the burial the Itcv. C
II. Illaln of the Presbyterian church
made every one leel tholr Indebted
ness lo him, for his able, earnest nnd
r.onvlnrlntr nlrn fnr Hip ilpn.irtpil unlrli I
as well as all tnosc yet living.
Mis Celtic Logan leaves thin week
lor lllrnilnghnm, Ala., and hence to
Klnrldn for a month's visit In the laud
Myers & Vaughn nre buying some
splendid butcher cattle nt 3 cents.
Mr. (Seorge McKliiney ami wlf ,l"1
leiurneu troui tholr protracted visit,
Misses Plosslo iind Pluroncp Taylor,
handsome girls or Dantille, were with
their sister Mrs. J. II. Yowell Sunday.
Art Exhibit Rules
ANNOUNCED BY WOMAN'S
PROVEMENT CLUB SEVER
AL HANDSOME PRIZES
Much interest Is being moused
iiiiionc the senior sex in recant to the
Brt Cxhlb. on Feb. 11, announced two
weeks ago. While other cities in Ken-
In oil painting, crayon, pastel, wnlor
nd other haudl
cralts. The following rules hate bei'ti
" ! sJnnl,..l f..m fl.n wMI.lt
Th nunr ,., .,, ,u M,i
Kach piece must be caiefully
umkrt with name and price also. 1'
w,hl)U(, ,Q d , t 1C
hlhlt Thc work mtl8l aI1 be ,,evor
, ,. n m an(,
will be received by tlie committee of
arrangements, at the club loom In the
StnlelV.nkfcTm.tl-a Several beau
lir.il prUes will be nwarded. by a
nn,.ctrnt j.i.Irc; one ifrlie .to be
.all-d the "popular pilze" shall, b-
nwa,ded.by the choice of the public.
ach person t.,.lng.,he exhibit wil,
I have the right ot castlni: a tote tor
ail one artule In Hie loom which
leem mo-t worthy Irom three
......! ....i-... i.. .,. i.-...ur..i
- o,lgooU state or presevatlon. davlnK been
.... .t. rainn.lnlo.1 n fnw venrs azo.
.its Kinti ine amcie receivniB mi.-
.... ..- .. !., I ...- n. , aat
ino votes will recelte the popular
..... ,1 1 ..
ly ran enter or receive ft prtae.
Pie Woman's Improvement Club of
Kxj,iblt to be open 2 to 4 p. m.. and
... .. A,mth.
lnll ,ft nls
I . . 1. . - .....
Mr. .Mini uanu-ue o. near mis p.ace
I t . ...nl oo...l In lo.n.h.
uniy inose rcsiuing '" iiv"i "vu;,s v-i --- --. -o
in, - . Bii.i n..m. r..nf..ril Xpw ll.imiwjug of iiioonsliiiitf HlllnUy undur the'
shlrd to. been awaided a
., , , ,. ., , .
biholawhln rrom tho Mate
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uici.'.. .-... ..u..-iir .....j i...n. ..
voles last jea,- and received
re-leV Vote till, year, inai means a
Mf,.n tiiienn.'crMil deal for .Mr. ii.uncue. 11 in
nir,l,ciuari a inree )etiik nre "
. . . i- ...... !!
. Ki0H each year to uerray iratenng ex
' . ,
ihen two months tacation for travel
lo study the wn)s of tho othei cuun
trie. Tills continues lor three year. at good wages. While with them. 1 ,Uu on tobacco. My advice would be(WH)nK the male population, and on
Mr. Ramette will leave for Kngland In wenl jack rabbt huutlng nnd saw a to my old Kentucky friends, that want, or lhe:u admitted that they hate a
t!i enrli f" to begin his studies 5i0;Sa cr savse. but dldu't kill any hom-da in t' ruii.ru not lo pass up Coodlv lUi or names. She was told
It aHo speaks far Ceorgetown College ,, s whlto Is also working In the deur old Oklahoma where you can'tu present Item to tha proper ot
jtvhcn .Mr. llauutte has taken a college ranroad yard cere, anvt says ho made ralso ubuudanco or everything, wheat flclals, nnd appear as witnesses in the
course .Mr. uarneite cauie to 111 s
cnunt) soteinl years ago with hla
father from Jessamine County. He
taught bchool ut this place three years
ncn nnd proved himself a genllemun
eveiy respecto-aql'n dsg gheJoo si)
111 every respect. ,te. iuri:i..it m.
ill. n .... (l.un mill liiuii(iiui.iic .1111.
on hi good luck and hope lhat fortune
ve t(( com,,Iet0 hli thrw, years tourso
win 11111 upon 1....1 .i.iu iiuii. i.n inn)
The terdlct wus greeted with chi'er
FROM THE WILD
FRANK RIGSBY WRITE8 BACK TO
FRIENDS IN DEAR OLD LIN-
Tiimoii, Ariz. Keb. 3.
Dear Interior Journal' readers :- ,
If you will allow pac.. In vo'ir'
paper for a few Items of interest of
my trip through the west. I will try to
comply with my promise to some or
the I. J. renders and tell or some of
the happenings along my journey.
On f lanomlior in 1QIO I hnnr.lo.l
tn nftornoon train to Loulstllle from
Htmiro,(, Arrlvlns In Louisville n
.,.. , . ..
uu; nine, i spem me mgiii ai ilie
Wlllard Hotel. Next morning I was
I np by seven o'clock and on my wny doves, qmill, wild ducks, Iwnr moun-ltJndio Hie ordinance previously passtd
to Illinois Central depot, whero I Durj'ain Hon, wild cat, coyotes, nna In for jo operating
chased a ticket calling for points men- In soino remote places, wild hog-t. I There as much discussion of the
tloucd. Princeton nnd Paducah, Ky.,j Tucson has nn elevaton or 2,400 feet , mnttcr, but the will of the people.
I Memphis, Tenn., Jackson, Miss., Newabovo the so"- Tlle Population Is es-that Ihc Council fight this matter out
Orleans, La., Houston, San Antonio tlmated- at ::!, 000. The city Is wellf it takes all summer, prevailed and
nnd Kl Pnfco Texas. suppled with .schools, there being five, the ordinance for isale of a new fian-
I airhed at Kl Paso at 0:HO a. m., largo ward school buildings, bcsldoa.thise and for prosecution of the com
on December ICtli, staying there un-.",0'"ew alsty thoutand dollar h'giipnny, went through finally. The peo
tlio the afternoon of tho 17th. At school building. More than 1M.UU "pu-'ple want to know whether the East
this point I visited ray aunt, Mrs. C. P'1 are enrolled this term, nnd oter , Tennessee Company Is empowered to
K. Johnston trormorly Mrs W H. 'sixty teachers arc employed, and In raise It? intcs here whenever It sees
Hutchinson) and my couslnn, .Mrs. W.
II. Pender nnd ramlly. I had a very
pleasant visit with my relatives and;
'fxnrwl l.l ltn.n n Shflvlnw !, n Jll
" md.j u .ii.iti.. vifcj vt -i",
0W luliabltants, and everything as
modern nnd upto-daw 3h In a much
larger eastern city. There are several
cement uusiness nouses unucr con-
structlon there at this time, ono of,
ivhlch will be twelve stories high.
In company with my cousin Miss
J-eau k. uutcninBon, we weni to jua-
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re, Mexico, and visited places or In-
terent, among them being the market
place, Jail and the old church. The
market place ls a ,arge building, with
stores f all kinds under the same
roor, partitions limiting space lo each
dealer. The Jail Is o rude atfair
Most or the prisoners are kept In
the yard with high walls aiound It
and a shed to sleep under, A r.w re
confined In cells, open on two sides.
eep . or ue avyJron oars -,
r "" u,v .. ..u...
and ten cents a day lor rood. The
church Is claimed to be three hun-(
ilred nnd fifty Years old. hut Is In a
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un we wuu.e . - -----,
back to hi 1'aso anu ieei tni 1 tta,
In tho l!n fed Stnten Jiirnln
I arrived ln TusCon at li!::so a. 111., 1
, on the 18th day ol December. My
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cousin. JOe M. Hobbs, met me at the
train and took me to the home of bin.
mother, and my aunt. Mrs. J. C.j
Wheat, formerly Mis. 1J. V. Hobbs. of
0ur county, where I was welcomed
tiy all the family.
, Jlurlng the following day, probably j
'not less than So vlsltois called at
' ... 1 .. .. ...... tt 1I1.. 1., nninir
jjiiy goublliif, but most or thum wuie
'meiely curious to see the newly arriv-
"l. .. . . V. Vv I
, cl? jouniry jawe 110m n'"v
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II1IIIK llllj. "i- -" IV t.' I -
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. !... ...I...
In II,.. il.n.l.nm, II tl ll.lri..- Im.k
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me out it) his automobile and .lowed
u.e .1 great uuui ..1 me ...iuuuu...s
couuiry. .mi i.urgus e is nu iw
... r i.. 111... r .! I I nl. I .j ii'in
mm. iinniru, ,.u. ncuuu ., "
was. for a long time. Lancaster cor-
lespondent to yuu paper.
1 biieiit twv. data witti my coutiiis.
Jame While nnd John Colyer. both
formerly ot Kentucky. They are rail-
road boya nnd tsork In the yards hero
moro , onp montl, ber than In .
Jear on n furm j Keiitucky.
Christmas was snent with my aunt
d . faml.v ami we were all tery
merry. On Monday evening my aunt, j
p!lH aftln, nnrt , d a mimber of
ymng ,,,,, wcre ,e3ellt. Ti,e even'
was spent In games and soclcl
pnj8 t,ueg and lt wag very well en-
wl 1 tic wns blowing
,. vii iir r...,iemi.er3 famous play made bo well known and n 1 .11
vcro ringing, Run wore ed and
there were In fact all kinds of none
.blooming In the yard, but since that
t". o had two rain and several
I floats, nnd thing froje tho last iv
nights. Tho sun unities brightly
every dny, but It Is ceol at night,
f"ul c,)mf?''t8 " blankets nre needed
for every hod.
T,"cn the county scat of IMma
cmnH tho metrbpolls
anti ,ne educational nnd bnslncM cen-
tcr 0 "1B territory, Is located on a 'directing the mayor lo soil n frnnchUo
P'a'eau overlooking the Santn l'ruz'for a telcphono company to operntp
nntl Hllllto valleys, surounded by the In 3tonrord. Directions wcro nlso glv
Tortillitn. TllKCnil. Snntn Kiln nnd rn lii Cllv Al(nrn.tv .1 II In(nn n
L'nlnlinu mountain ranges. On foot-
Bft variety, prlnnclpally Jack rab -
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inuumuiu, tiui iiiuim in
. "I"i 'otton tails, blue pigeons, Scnorn
addition to thebf, there arc nine pr1n -
Tuscon Is the site
or the I'nlverslty
score of piofes-
rT Ail,nn ilfl. 1,m
... idviiii, i.i.ii iif. nw. ft jiiun-D-.
sors and teachers, and Its hundreds or'l'd He first raise In the rates was
students, and nlso or the United
States Agricultural Kxperiment Stn -
tion ana uotanical laboratory.
There are many fraternal orders,
here, many of them occupy their own
hr.nriJ.cme btilldlnns. Nearly all of.their Interests, it Is their province to
gt.nied, and many of them have large,
,hc regl0us organizations are reprc,w or auJ" other corportlon to respect
an attracUve pIace8 0r warship. The,tno Pe0P,e'8 "Bht-
CathoMci aro by far tho strongest do-l U a understood that City Attorney
noraInat,on, and their Cathedral U Pa5ton wlU Puah tno raatter at ortce'
magnUlccnt, a pIace or beauty nna ln-,and bring the ssue Deiore tne courts
t at the earliest time possible.
Tnero aro two dally newspapers! Mayor A. B. Florence will adverU.o
flnd f d()zen wcek four ,,., a franchise or sale '"J" Ie e
egtabUshmenti half a dozen iarge,antl due nUClW"' ben ",,0
Jobbl nousc glx bc ta elcc. pany to secure one. The opinion ot
f 8erv,c and M hetto Court of Appeals n the ftankfo t
lluproveineIIll and convcnleees or
ajj up.l(Hjate clty, Ti,e streets are,
gradedj wUe and c,can
whne wa(er can be obtaned. In-
Ag my ,tem is siting to be so
,f Ui,8 does'"" """": ' -' ' .. . r(,a,r or
I " . .
the dreaded waste basket,'
wishing tne 1. J., anu us man,
a prosperous New Yetr.
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b FRXNK TKIGStlY.
tfll Ti . . ..
SAYS OKLAHOMA IS BEST STATE
Uroken Arrow Okla.. Jan 21.
eadera of the 1. J.,'-
J (iikt ttahittl io IP! GU 't"'V''I1.t.y ,,, "V iisiust the propofltion of
I anl still anions the living? -' eU': 0v. ' nIorced, and
. ,,. , ,.. ... .,.i,i.
I 'u6 a "' "um "' "'" '""""'""
Uid rrty.)oIlls ,u Ule ,ast weeI. g3ue
, q hj) wM wt.
, 0l). a(Joftl,ug slatt.t but wa8 8ur.
it-Iki.1 i j. Linn ,y nrlt'loii lilti ftlatl1a
111 IfftfM IV SVC UIUI UOV- MID invuun
10t ,0 come to Oklahoma for this is
ip rjnMt W,1M
heat and con. belt there
,u nf... w.,st,.r stale, although wel
- )BVP11 1 ttUj a ,an fuur months. "cltrnllDtu l,,ul ull-'"e' 1"'uu'u '"
nut iu0 wheat crops look fine, ntid WfB unwull'H ol Jubthe. several of th
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baVen't bad any snow this winter.
1 wn ROn-.. to see the nrico bo
com, cotUmr aud tobacco. I would
lllio to see a letter rrom some of my
knob friends, from Way nesburg. Wish,
lug you nil u happy now year.
Numbuied uniolig tho altrattona
which are to appear ut tho Staniord
opeia lioute tnis wees, is inuij
SALE OF FRANCHISE
AND CITY ATTORNEY TO PROSE
CUTE TELEPHONE COM
PANY IN THE
The Stanford City Council wen'
right to ilie bat at Its meeting oi
Ihursduv nlslii nf ln.( umIi. u-hon It
t,te final passage to an ordinance
take in to the courts at once n suit tc
' test tho rights of tho company to dc
, . , ., .... .,
( muoiucab i.. iuv uif nutv, nuuu n
lcal franchise, and to prosecute l
,flt nnd whether they are compelled to
stand idly by and be forced to pay
(What It pleases for tho service. Most
of those who had the phones removed
wane, tlMC naa tnem put DacK, rcanr.
'BB luat luo uluuer euoum inn ue
irere u uu "' uuu ii" "-
Mayor and th0 Council are elected to
"present tho people nnd look out for
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.(, .! -nnM nnAAaM .nmnAl
?u'fc ""r., "" nl ZZ"'?" ,hro ..h
he followed explicitly, and a thorough
test of the questions Involved and
rights ol tho people will bo made.
I Tho council entered Into a contract
t and Penn.non tjr the
tonstrUCllon or a concroio urmht vu
t.... ... . ,.. ce,
I IVULVI ItUllVA DllCCL U w,.r: .. .
'. ' if r tiT!l. The Klscal Court
i,M iimv " - --
bulld n new grldge on Cut Off pike.
Up Against It
ARE WOMEN ON NEW ANTI-SPIT-TING
Members of the Woman's Improve
ment Club of Stanrord who rostered
lb, cit ordtuance against expectora
tlon upon the side walks ate In a
quandary. Alter having appeared be
fore the board or council and secured
"-"$. ot "
fitting the new law
thtiiigh tery anvlottk for Its pas;.
piess a heattency against appearing m
.court uud ptoietuting the violators. So
far 110 111 rests have been made or
. ... .
l nri-irlo f craitil Iw ilia rnoiilnr V mil.
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MIIUieu ,0MCC omcers ol u,e flT lor
'i'trlhiiii nl (Mj nnllnnrwo I1naL r
lUltlVIVII llIO !.,. w'-wva
1.... . .... ,.r , i 1., ...
leading women took upon"hcmslvc
ue duty ol watching for offender
rouce L'ourt against tne oiienuers anu
they would bo duly punished for their
crime. Hete It was the ladles balked.
and up to the hour of going to prest
i.oue ol them has summoned ui
! enough courage to personally appear
in court and glv, evidence of hatini
witnessed the Infraction of the city
ta1 " W mWrSJA
yii m 11 1 AwMt