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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 11.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17th, 1911
II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
THREE HIQHLAND FARMERS SHOT
BEATEN AND ROBBED
. JAIL GUARDED AGAINST
Threo I'Otivllle negroes, Louis Qre
nnrv (Ti.rtnv tnlinoin ami n.i.l Hi...-
kins, attacked, shot, beat up and rob People living In the neighborhood
bed threo Lincoln county (oUcco men, of the affnlr. hoard tho shooting nnd
1). O. nallurd, Clarenco Deatheragejtho rooani of the wounded men, nnd
nnd K. II. Hatfield, two miles from '-as Mctluffey took them to his home
town on the DanUllo pike Monday. and telephoned for officers and a ph
night, and robbel Hatfield or I93.'slilau. Dr. W. II. O'Dannon respond
I.eavlnn the white men wounded and'ed nnd dressed their Injuries and en
bloody on tho ground, tho ncgroei, "Mod ihem to bo drlien homo while
drove to Danville, where two of them tho wngons were taken on to Danvlllo
Orccory nnd Johnson wero captured by their lilend
eurlj rticsday morning by Deputy Deputy Bherilf W. S. Kmbry nnd
Sheilff W. 8. Kmbry nnl Chief of re, Chief of Pollio n. D. Carter Hoc.ircd
lice 11. I). Carter. Hawkins tho third a good description of th0 negroes from
negro got away from the Danvlllo of., tho wounded men and struck out nt
fleers who saw him, but nt the time Wo townrd Danville In pursuit. Ar
d!d not know he was i member of the rhlng there, they enlisted the aid ut
gang. I'he I"' police, and uiresteU Gregory
Uiegory and Johnson wore lodged nnd Johnson at their homes In the
in Jail here, and minora that a mob 'notorious "Creek" Hection of that city
would come In from the Highland sec- Uregory saw that the game was up
tlon, where the wounded men live, nnd readily admitted that ho had don0
wero r.r- Wednesday nigni. Biierui,"
W. L. McCnrty with deputies. County , that th white men iu started mo wm j.umj The
Jucge J. P. lUIIey. Jailer Dink Farmer , trouble by re using to glv0 them road i Qf & Trugf
Night officer Mceks kept guard In to pass In their wagons and began e O(fco ,n whch d
Iront of tho Jail. Jailer Farmer gavo shooting a' them first. It Is said that wng mft(Je wu a TOrue of
tho prisoners weapon to protect them trouble was started by tho ncgroei oenoM Tl0 pIcturcg ,,
Mires. A cumber of negroes from with while men before the tobacco locf hung upon UlQ wn,g nm, ,ho
M.icksvllle, congregated on the street .wagons got out of town, nnd that ttw nalldlwork artanRed ,, tMcn t0 thc
behind thc Jail, and romnlned on r.egroct. turned and came back Hi henl a(UnntnKC. Ko ora, ,, nt
g.iuid raoa of the night Many of Macksvllle nnd frocurcd pistols, before counlry fMr cver comparod wltn tn,
them hnd shot guns and revolvers going to Danville ngnln. exhibition. The members of the Club
and It Is understood Ifcht their plan' -Many tobacco men who me taking gurved ,ieic0llg refreshments of cof
wufc to help protect tho negroes In their crops towaid Danville now nro fre chocolate, sandwlchei and cakes
Jail should u mob come In and attempt carrying long guns nnd nro ready to and K1UC n)l wno cnl),e n t.ordlal we,.
to buch them. They built a fire In the ictlst another attack of thli kind. co,e fliero was n goodly attend-
slrvct nnd n shot or two was heard
in the night from their camp. Those
who carried aims wore white hnnd-j
kerchlcls tied around their nnai, and
they seemed to bo well organised
d .. - A lm, AiFAfl trkantaal IrIA
front of Iho court houso, but Sheriff
iro..i .uu u.v .-... wm. w-w....
Mccarty wnrned them to get back
where they belonged telling them that
I, a mob did come I. U might fare
Imdlv with any negroes found In tho
Bever.il horsemen camo Into towu
early In the night, but no other signs
all wa'i well guarded, reported back
ihat bloodfhed would probably follow
nn attempt to get th0 negroes out nnd
bncli them. County Attorney Burch
and officer rode but the Somerset pike
.. - am f'urlAP'd flllirA At 11111 M. lafin.
as lar ns Carter's place at Hall's Gap.
hl,.k.,. to dissuade a mob from at-
tempting to take the prisoners by
forse. thould men bo loiiud whu , n.d
iuc, a purjwse In view, hut they came
, no ono who seemed to inclined
toward taking thc law into tneir own
It had been expected that the ex
nmlitlm? trial of thc ncgiu pnuuers
woum mi mm uus . uUl u. r-
cult court convenes Mommy nnd tho
rranu jury win m pt.i
n, once, it was decided by the officers
that their ensej go over for consider-
nlion uy mill inquihiiunui uuujr, ou
of n mob were visible. I was mougni , bcauluUy arMnged nnd decorat, ; ' dlT" , " hX. V ... " ", T. Y-- well known cltlkens and the trial of L.ar.rlcr' Were
that perhaps tney camo in 10 rcconnoi- ,op ti,e j,anny affair. . . 'r. wmio i.ee i'niitt nns neen vis- j. n. carrier ln
ter the sttuat.on, but f.nd.ng that tho tl!o yo'ung people had kept hal . " .ta.?.!. d,"Cr'n".nnte taS' "ISlLJ" ""w0 -. ""IJT L Tlt" tlon.
lar nothing ha been heard of Haw- Blll)stanta ounB rann, nnd Lincoln lPiulwian, Mrs l'rowltt. Mlhl.es Bes- At Saturday evening Mrs. Jason t0 the cag0 and urther proceedings hustler. Mr. W. C. ItubarU, of Dunn
kins, tho third negro, who tuadu his roimtv w) ,6 the gainer that he s0 lUchards, needier Newbern. of Taibol put some hot nslies In a bucket wm he watched with Interest. Ule, has shied his caster In tho ring
weipe. Jailer Dink Farmer raised a Jg )n )CCOmo permanent resident Hustonvllle. Mary nruce, LovUa Har-'nnd jtr. Talbert put them In tho buggy - ifor the nomination for reprcfientallve
fund of $50 to offer u n reward for )pn Sno nfieds moro ko hm nnd rls, Lllllu lloltzclaw, Lonn Palmer, ' shed which was connected with his -ivrk's Bad Boy." which Is to be' an1 Henry Thomas of the Casey
his c:.i lur-. Wednesday and that Borne Mf uoii'iv bride. They left for Jack- l,cua Nnpler, of Crab Orchard, and frjokehouse, and hurriedly threw a n-eeented nt the opera houso Saturday County News is not to have a walk
III ii. pilil lo ihe man wno uringi
I .... Ih til 4.As nf tliA nnitrvs(. n i-..
h'ni In. All threo of the negro, nro
sM M have had bad rccordi. Tho
Dunvllle A(Uocato says that both John
s'n and Grogory havo served pent
The stnry of tho mid night hold-up
.Vonda) night ns told by tho wound-
,.ii mm wtin wnrr limiiKiit in tuttu
Tues.lny mornliiR by Mr. J. L Jnrvli
in n turn, after their wounds had becn
dresjd. shows that U wos one or th
boldest affairs of tho kind pulled off
in mi., tcrtlon In many ycaf-. Tho
men t-aitl thnt they were nbo'U two
mile flit of Stanfmd, nscendlng a hill
near Ih0 homo of T. A. Itlce. They
h.. t'.roe uagaim loided with their
....... i. him. iIk.v wnr. inkim. in ihn
tv......'i... ......l.i ... ii M.fh-
f(ll.t,i.tf ..IM,i..e m nw... .......w..
Wimm r.nu lioueii iiniuoia were ou
tl.o tear wagon, too fnr back to got
Into tho sirup, or holp their friends,
When nenr lb0 top ot the hill n
bono nnd bucnv diov., nasi hurriedly
nmi fr.tir.lnlmr hrp nemn. Tho
ii. .uHHiiuiufe IM-...V uf,.v.. mv
...i.. i. .nr.n .,,, n,v ..i.i cm ni.
tcntlou to It. but saw the vehicle slop-
. . . i- i - -i
;, c I, i 7.IMI.TH.
back. When cloo ou the tobacco
wogoni ,the negroes pulled guns and
.n rii-inc rtallnrd and Hatfield
fell off their wagons to oscapo the
hall of bulles, while threo struck
Deatherago and ho wsb knocked off,
Onc ot tho shots struck hltn ln tho
loft shoulder, and two others in the
Hit Wp. No sooner liad Ballard and
Hutdeld struck the ground than tho
negroes Jumped oa them. With wea
ron clubbed, they struck down the
while men Hatfield received two (ear
fill blow In tile face both of hli jaw
bones being broken, while Ballard was
Knocked unconscious by a terrific lick
ou tho back of head. With their vie
Unit) wallowing In blood, tho negroes
rifled their pockets, iocurlng tho aum
of 93 from Hatfield. They then Jump
cd Into their buggy and drove rapidly
- """"" " "" -----"'iconimlini. harbors . maliv rpal ...
DarSt -NeW aild
popuLAR YOUNG COUPLE WED
,n ttl0 presence of a few Intimate
, lU0 ,)rt.sciico oi a mw .ui.ui-lu
fndh and loved ones, nov. J. J. Dick-
on Wednesday evening said tho
&. whlch Bi 0IW Norland
nd j,g Anna tyarhi man
etl at tbo
-riio ceremony was pcrformwl
. om of (ne orde oll the Duddorar'
M1, plkC( tne 0d fasWoned homo b-
... iocr,,, woii and newp 0f the wed
dlnR cauiicd much surprise among
tnolr many friends. Both aro vcr-
Il0pUar and have the heartiest con
nations and good wishes of .all
. . rtl I.J.I. U 4.a
wno kow Ulem. Tne brldo tll0
only M,ght0r ot , j. I)arst. a promt-
cnl Lncoln farnlor an(1 ,. onn of tho
nc,t K,r evcr niMiX ,n this state
sho ,. ,..,,.. and aUracilve nnd will
ft .,, ,1Ul conUMUllon for
0 ,leBen.lllK young mnn who has
won her Mr. New land Is a son of O.
i Mou-mml nnd Is a snlendld youn
P. New land, nnd Is a sni.nuiu oun
man In every sense of the word. H.r
M,mo tln,e ,le nag ueen cngngeu oh
prhat0 gl.cro,a,y t0 the General Mana-
cer ,)f Ul0 Q. & c., at uanvine. nut
w( now nlnm 0 Unco, anil awat
Mn Dflrst , the management of his
nice rami. Ho Is a progressive auu
MUV1, Ma- on a wedding trip
A BIGGER CONGRE3S.
Tb, demntiutH or tho Home aided
by a few republicans who declined to
be bound b ythe pary caucus, won
their light for an Increased roprcscn-
tntinti tn thn lnwtr iimneii of CuilKrt HS
under the census of 1910.
They voted down the republltaa can
cus bill to maintain tho membership at
mi ns nt pr ent nnd then pais.d tho
paginal Crumpacker bill llxmg tho
Membership at 3 on nnd after March
If Arizona and Now Mexico should
bo admitted to statehood they.wll bo
n nnn ronreaeniatve each. brliiRlne
ti,a ..'i tr, i!ir.
,mv .w... .-.
.. .. . .. . 1...
ino .icuon oi imb iiuuan w
ratified by tho Senate. The Houso
leaders bolleo the Sonato will follow
tho wishes of the lower branch.
Undor the new reapportionment
nlan no state luies u member. Tho
,..- .. .... , ,. -
r,tiinuiinir otaina enln tbn number In-
ii..i,... i. f.iiirn.ni i- Pninr.niint
I- .id. wUi. 1 i...nu
t u. k .1kT TAMinlfl S KInitf
jiuiiiiiiiu.. ir; iiuw jwidcij iiwn
Montana, g; New Jterseyj i imow
York, 6; North Dakota, 1; Ofcto 1;
Oklahoma. 3: Oregon. 1: South Da-
kola. 1; Texas, !; Utah, 1; Wanning.
ton, 2; est Virginia, 1
For Balo.-About 10,000 old brick
for sale como quick If you want them
J. U. Florence. Stanford. M.
ART EXHIBIT A
REMARKABLE TALENT P088E88-
ED IN LINCOLN COUNTY 6UR
PRISES MANY VISITORS
Tho Woman's Improvement Club of
Stanford covered Itself with glory
with tho Art Kxhlblt on Tuesday. In
every way this unusual exposition of
tho artistic talent po p esscd by so
many people of Stanford and communl,
ty was a complete success, and on
every hand the public spirited women
who made posslblo this- most meri
torious display wero showered with
compliments and congratulations upon
their work. So appreciative seemed
everyone of what the ' women havo'siraln of White Orphlnglons. Among
done In this line, that a proposal that
this Art Exhibit be made and annual
event, nnd enlarged and extended In
scope met with hearty endorsement
on all sides. The Woman's Improve
ment Club has done a good thing
and Is deserving of the thanks of tho
community for Its progrcsslvencss.
Tho display of art work In plcturo
painting, necdlo work ana china paint
Ing nil dune by Lincoln county people
wag n revelation to many. That thli
L it thca ?!'n0" Tl,e8,la' but tlsement of tamo during tho season
I VLTl Z7 Wa81cro:df,V'-
until a late hour. The small odm o- .
,on of 10 cent8' ncUed a nent 8".
but barely enough to reimburse the
good women for tbolr trouble and ex-.
renso ln promoting tliLi creditable fx-(
...... I,,. ,, r , '" ,. , ,1
bJbllIu" "" defraying the -ost of
'- m "adding, of Danvlllo'
",1U ,H ne"e execpuonany talented .
along these lines was chosen a Imien'
"'"" u'7 ,lne8' fls cnosen as Judge
o different oxhlblti nnd made the;
awrd of the vnrious prizes to the
mado by Mrs. Harding gave general
iiAM, nvhii.u in ot, i.. o iiirii t for p second and fourth Sun suit warrants wero served unon 24
II.U DVlVCllUlin Ui IliU liriZe lUIierS ail .:i. iIHIJII L)JiUB AC Ufl.n Hum '. A... .wm.i. ..,.v.u.j w ..uv..u..w
satisfaction, and seemed to bavo puik"?," TV. n, enm K.,n.inv nrtr.
lie approval. A vote was nllowed each
or 8h(j C011B,dcred b t nnd ,h ..
vibiiur on me piece oi worK wuicn nn
Mrs. Sam j. Embry who ,
,, d, ,
T, f , ,
, ..., .. , ? .... ,
Krabroldery-Miss Margaret J5 'pht
, handkerchief: Mrs. S. J. Km-
!L ..' ,1 ,. ..,,,
bryr Mrg wnilI1 rtao Mrs WIMInm
KoVcrance Mri Jimm c,h. Mm. C.
Kowc,., Mr8. j, W- )rPiamj, Mrs. Shel-'on
ton Saune,, Mrs. A. S. Price. Mrs. J.
. Carpenter. Mrs. II. P. OlaSscox.'gh, days they gained on an average ' thal any one wl0 might commit mux-
Mrs SnanklJ Mrg a ,,, of fort.e,pht pomlu8 to yhe iVeerder !n Livingston should be fined 3
Mr, Hazel atone, Mrs. S. D. Hartley. 0uo cow gained one-hundred and forty af( Ulcr ha dlo paw Ule oruinnnco un-
.M.k. Geo. C. Glvcns. Mrs John S.
Drawn Work. Tatting. Crochet, nnd
otner-fnncy work Mrs. Will N. Crnlg.
prlze on crochot wnlst, Mrs, Lama
uHndloy, Mrs. T. W. Pennington. Mrr
j. a Uruce, .Mrs. C. Fowler. Mrs. I.
w. Alcorn. Mm. Fred Gnrnott. Mrs.
nettle Bush Mrs. Annie Kngleman airs
T..lrn- nf Wn noRhiirir. Mrs. RolIIit
Johnson. Miss Black Glveui, Mlsa,
Mary Phillips, Miss Margaret Warren,
Miss Knthenne Lynn.
picture Miss JeanPaxlou piUe in
,)aHeU; Miss I.yles Cooper prize In'
crayon; Miss Knto Alcorn prizo In
wuter colors; J. T, Wllhlnion prbe In
oil; Other exhibitors: Miss .Mary
Burdettc, Miss Clmrlotte Warren. Miss
Florenco Carter. Mils Kuth Tanner.
MUa Mntsv Grimes. Miss Elizabeth
1...IU-.... ,-...!..-. m LS lir.1.1. T-
.i..v..,, ...vaU..M.v .. . ,.u, ...
J. A. Ireland. J. N. baunuem, H. u
lughman Bessie McKlinney, John
Shanks, J. U. Carpenter, Messrs. Cole-
man and Joseph Hopper.
China Painting Mrs. Slielton Sauf-
ley liruo: Mru. II. C. Baughman, Mrs.
w- Dnham, aiw. iiuam bevor-
mice. Mrs. J. 8. Baughman. Mrs. .
H. Bhk.. m.. I. II. M0A.U..r. J,..
.IIIMt t HUriULlll IVUUUII.
1UU iviiumiib 6uiiwhicm wm iw
Clnclnnutl this mom
Ing to attend a
big meeting of tho Knights of Pythias
J, W. Ireland. R. T. Bruce, J. II. Woods'
h. u ww. w. - . u,w.
Olvens. E. T. Bcazley. W. if. Hiatus
"BOODLE AND BOOZE"
ltor. Andrew Johatoo who la con
ducting revival tervlcea will deliver
his famous temperance address In
Proacheravllle Sunday 19th 11 A. it.
A great crowd Is expected. Special
music will bo rehdered for tho oc
casion. All Am Invited to attend.
Pure Bred Poultry
BECOMNIQ POPULAR IN LINCOLN
80ME OF THE BREEDERS.
Pure bred poultry Industry Is be
coming quite an Important feature of
farm and city life In Stanford, and tho
list ol pure-breeders Is growing each
year. Ono of tho largest breeders In
tbo city la Den Wcaren who has al
ready this season received orders for
over 600 eggs from his Kellerstrasi
tho other cltUens of this section of
tu0 county who aro raising the pure
breeds, and tho strains they favor aro:
W. B. Wearen Whlto and Bufr Or
pingtons. Huv. D. M. Walker S. C. Rhode
lsand Red J.
J. C. McClary White Leghorns.
A. C. Alford -White Leghorns.
W. P. Klncald S. C. Buff Orphlng
tons. Albert Phillips Whlt0 Leghorrs
K. L. ltelnunrt Buff Leghorns
Tom Coleman Auconas.
Itussell Brown S. C. It bode Island
Dr. D. K. Proctor Whlto Orplng
tons. W. M. Bright Buff Cochins.
U. C. Withers Buff Orplngtong.
.Mrs. It. L. Borry Brown Leghoms.
Mrs. W. J. lloltzclaw Buff Orplng
tons. Mrs. J. M. Crcsb Brown Leghorns.
Tho I. J. wilt soon start a poultry
H.M1111111 iii wiih.ii iiiusu wtiu uo cfifti
Afldlt.ift Im fflft SlmAj vlft n tnA AAr-9'l
or lowls to sell may carr.. an adver-
Mr. nnd Mrs. James II. Pmlt ure,
vlsItlng tlielr gon Mr. c. u Prutu ot '
Mr. W. H Kin; : spent a few days,
"" 'V""" . ' , ., ,, . ...
hro' Jonos paBtor the ,Iu?tnvllIP
,ptllt rh-irch preached nn Interest-
k s,..rmon nt the Union church Inn
tuii'la nnd left a regular nppolnt-
'-011'8 where he had been on a tew
noon with relatives here and Inform-
ei nis -nenus ui;u ne umu nut t"i
ouinhorra in a few days where he will
i..nl... tit- lti.ni,
mftke Ills, home
urdom Is uacK niter a
Ith hli sister In Burn
1,r. Harvey Hopkins who la teach
lnE near Stan ord spent Saturday and
VSEEl Is our new
blacksmith nt Mrs. Priscllla Brown's
tl,n"' ... . ,
.Mr. G. B. Prultt has returned after
fPW ,,aV8 ,n Cincinnati.
' Mr. J? K. Baughman has 30 steers
ensilage. He weighed them whenHe ,jad ttliu a city council had Just
commencing to feed It and In twenty-as n,uch right to pass an ordinance
rivr nn.imla In Iwntv seven days.
...iim, i..trnv mwr nn iho asthos. hitch
,j l0 t,,0 h11E8y nnd both lelt homo
woun thev got batk, i-mokehouse nnd
buggy shed were gone up In smoke to -
gelj,t.r with about 600 pounds of pork coined). Th0 onl claim Is
on8 barrel of Hour, two bushels oljJ:rMtee m" n, r ot tb mi
mPul a iot 0f small tannins tools ! g0"ne"and has a laughing'
ct0Cks etc. Ko Insurance.
JudK0 Milton J. Duninm, iformrn
congressman from the Eighth district i PVery other country where the Kng-
Controller of the Treatury under Clevaillsh language is siioken that there la
,and iawyer and statesman, died at'lltt'o need of repeating Its story. Tho
nU nol0 )n Lex,ngton this week, and I JJ, ,,n,eacrlS Ame'rlcan boy wM Is'
tUe remttns were brought to Lexing-1 continually working off hli superfluous
. f0f burial He was 87 yeais old. I enor.ty by playing tricks upon those
.... .. nulnber of years ho had ueenw who he c,omea ln, cSn,tn' HJS
J j ,n(ernal rovenuo collector. ! J,, hW " nm08f f,1,
i i.k ,,r hi. V..n,u.. m. "
...m PftR mM NExt TIME In many respects the "Peck'a Bad
n; von nleato but Uudge ' lio" nf tho Prese.nt f.e,?s.on ' a ne'v
y what P'caso but I'uuge ..1prkg Uild Uoy.. WnUe ite Bame
W. Yodug is tho most powerful I genflra, 8Cheme has been followed this
.... ,..., m u-ni..ifv. Conl.lvoHr. n. In nrovloi years, there arc
lASATrri-l 1. 1 1 K M I M riQAI I I ITI fc..
ionucai incior ..
,, ,i,,i,..incr im U nUavrf
ng and calculating, uo is "
smiling and calculating, ho is aiAays
them at th proper time. Young
n... r...n 11
ln a class to himself and could havei
in a class 10 uiuibh au wum ...!
. ... .. ....,. f. nnt,.
Uuje h&a be ony Ba)d tn0
.. ... . .
""-"""" """' "un
..a t.. uib ia ina nntiv vnu
pet mad. Just lake the last copy you
received and glance at the date en the,
, phiii 4hA
,aDe' PP""e 'uu "-
Found Two keys on small ring.
, gamo b payInK for
IJllBfM0, J 2-4
ENTRIES TO JUDGE'S
RACE CLOSE SATURDAY
CHARLES A. HARDIN PUTS UP
$800 ENTRANCE FEE HAS
Commonwealth's Attorney, Charles
A. Hardin was hero Wednesday and
deiosltod with Chairman George U
Tenny, of the Thirteenth Judicial Dis
trict his check for J 8 00, being tho
entrance feo fixed by the committee
for the primary election called for
March 4 th to nominate a democratic
candidate for Circuit Judge to be vot
ed tor In November.
Saturday February 18 Is tho last
day for entrants In the race to do
claro thoimelves, and If there Is no
other anDOUnced candidate by then,
'! ha" r1.1. U.P lhe..cn.lrancc fec'
primary will bo called off nnd Mr.
Hardin declared thc nominee by thu
committee. It la certain that he will
have no opposition, and is sure to bo
tho next Judge of Uio district, as tho
rn-,r r.- nniiu .r,n,iin i. n.
. . . . .. ...g.. . ...0 .,, u.
coin, Boyle, Mercer and Garrard give
a rellablo democratic majority. Mr.
Hardin was already being congratulat
ed as "Judge" by his many friends
here on hlo visit Wednesday.
CITIZENS CHARGED WITH BUY-
STOLEN COAL FROM LITTLE
Livingston. Ky., Feb. 10
An unusual court scene was witness-
ed here Tuesday, when 24 of the lead 1
ing ciuzcus oi whs iniitj vmuge "vie
. IaI u 1LI- 4tSl . Il t . .
haled into court-to answer a charge
,0f buying coal which was alleged to
have been stolen by .mail children
,, ,, . , , .
'from different coal yards and tars
Itinttr I'lrirL ajAy-isam II 'tnM lint
which are standing on the tallroad " ulas ,a'r ec"'J0 lne recora the Loyal Tool Counties, Mason, Hnr
tracks heie. It seems that a number j"""" " 13H- Licenses Issued r,g0I1( pton, Grant and 0en.
of half starved youngsters go out with y wc,e ,0 nfter -maklug a thorough Investigation
baskets and gather up coal which'
haa fa,len ofr car8 Jn ihe yards and
. nl,ii )n -
" - Jh city co unci, a
-"- - - -
nn ordinance Imposing a fine of ?2.:.0
11M . ,, mth. ,,,, .,,.
l,p0,n Mch ouo who mlght b,,y tllli
coal from the youngsters. As n re
came up to prosecute the canes while
Attorney 0. C. Williams, of ML Ve.
men represented tho defendants. One
case was uisiuisbcu .iu iuc tciuim u
D(n,8 wa fned ,2.50 and refused
- 11117 III! v i n a
His attorneys advised
Jail but thc municipal
him to go to Jail but thc municipal
authorities wero afiatd to put him In
AUorTev Casncr Williams who
rought tIl0 charges against his clients,'
declared that such an ordinance ns
oeciarea mai sucu an oruinanie u
was attempted to be enforced was
cIwir,y unconstltuUonal and illegal.
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lioght sails only under Its own flag
tlcntlv donp tra-edy crnnd onera or
( society dinma, nor even high-class
is mat snow
thOin who osee It without troubllnc
' them with any hard thinking.
'lh l??J , ?J!?0Zn M nm
In r.i.inv rpsnects the "Peck'a Bad
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'"I'" '" :L. V''7.,' V" ,i
many now pranks for the boy, and
manv ..longin,, musicai 8DecIaltles to
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isi.,,,, , lh. oninvnipni.
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dkipiimcimia mi inun a rni n
Uilt never toIIowh the use of Foley's
!., .i m- .kii. .i. ti.
S.ai; lV Sii . Sto'i.
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hmI Kmt ai
traded a bad cold and cough and was
threatened with Pneumonia. One bob
lie O rule B iivucj nuu mi www.-
pletely cured me." No opiates, Just a
reliable household medicine. Shu
gars and Tanner.
mu gea, rlng with lnlUats
.. t T.... heward tor retua U
j Mrs. Clara D. Traylor. . M.
Mr challenge has been mlsconitru
ed. I do not propose to race with
Methuselah nor any other antediluv
ian. From the description slvcn of
the Crab Orchard racer by his histor
ical coadjutor-toddy mlxer-attorncr
one might think nis racer Methuselah
HJntt Is a horse It It were not for
his kissing propensities.
And If I were to run with him ho
would likely break ranks to kiss a
baby or tako a toddy with his coadju
tor attorney. Yours for younger
name. JOS. BALI.OU .
OF MR. AND MRS. F. P. PEAK
DIES IN LOUISVILLE.
James llnnkln Teak, the 15-monthfj-
old pon of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. P. Peak,
ol Iiulsvllle, died at their homo there
last Sunday morning. The remains of
tho little ono were brought hero Tues
day irornlng and laid to rest in the
family burying ground beside his
grandparents, the late Mr. and Mrs,
Jaindi F. Peak, parents of Mr. F. V,
Peak. The little on0 was 111 but a
b'w iu. oi pneumonia, runerai
services were conducted at the home
of the llttlo one's parent at 2533 St.
Cccolla, by llev, rteid, of the Bap
tist church of 26th nnd Market, cd
which they are members a number
of friends accompanied the sorrow
lug parents back to their old home to
Ia their little one in Its laiit rostlng
place. Among them were Mr. and
John Dell, Mrs, Kate Dell, Mr. Peak.
the father is a former Lincoln county
liv nn1 linn iiienv fslAttiln Viapa !
jwlil' deeply sympathize with him and,"0 lnat tnero ,s a '""Hd chance
his wife In this hour of nlfllctlnn. stilt for tho movement to go through
I They have one other child, n little 'and bo a success. Ho docs not be
C0UNTY CLERK COOPER
-"u"1.' - "w " v.ii, u
becn 1,u"y lssuInS marriage license
d'lnK the past few weeks and from,
the record to date he believes that'
lu "UJ" l" uulc- u "'.
-"""" -u."8mery ami .miss
Lena Eates' who were marrled at tn
home of Green Martin, near McKinnej
o.ucmib jiuuigumery anu .miss
Johnson who wero m-
Jnn80n wn ero m.
Cannon's on ho 29th of
married at Rev
Hansom Young and Miss Nancy L.
wedded nt the borne of
tho waynesburg sec-
Willie Jenkins and Miss Sallle Jen-
kins, who were made one at tho home
Of llev. J. M. Cook In Highland on '
Luther Owens of Casey county and
Miss Lou M.
Prlvett, of the Green
river section, who were marrlpd liv
,,', ,. .t h
Judge Bailey in the court house.
WARMING UP OVER TWO RACES
Middleburg. Ky.. Feb. 16.
Theio U going to bo something do-
Ing In the political arena here before
the roses bloom. There aro two en-
trie In the sheriffs race. J. W. Fair
belm: the hist to enter nnd John Is n
ever hv anv means.
Mr. Rubarts is
"' of the cleverest jnen nnd hli
Mends say he will get there with both
feet It Is a republican fight though
and It Is not our purpose to lo?o a
- noment's sleep over It.
A "ttie inrnnt son or .Mrs. joscpn
l-.'lllott died Friday ninmlDs after soa.e
two weeks illness of pneumonia and.del)0 'n tne nhsence or B. Bollng
waB burK"d ,u the cemetery hero Sat
Oscar Lanham, Ernest Tomes and
Hlne vtlaon left this Tuesdny morn-
,nR t0 f,nd nomeu ,u Oklahoma
This makes seven fnmllles that havo
moved from this community to that
State ln tto last threo weeks.
A little two year old Infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Snears was drowned
In Indian Creek Tuesday arternoon of
lal week Mrs. Spoors left II to go
l" a uo"60 80im ', ' , 1,JAa)r "
when she returned tho llttlo fellow
In Indian Creek Tue.,dav afternoon of
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was missing and going to the creek
r.,..n.i i. iifio i.,..w i o j. hi
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iiiuiiu il iiiciDau uvmj its u u.vii inuu
A i H Vork -lo,.w.ch I. . ctl.n8. tans Rltor toll
-w . . . -,.,,.. . .. ..n.
,omU Leaguo after considering tho
against tho Pittsburg club for a bonu3
0f 1100, which Camnltz was to re-
celvo should his conduct bo exemplary
throughout the season decided.. that
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.,... tho y.,- waa not war.BMU
P " tC0,
CUT OUT MAY WIN
ANOTHER TOBACCO MEETING
CALLED FOR STANFORD
SATURDAY TO SETTLE
The final effort to organise the cut"
out movement In tho hurley tobacct
district will lake idaco Saturday when
mass meeting will again bo held In
tho different counties of the district.
Chairman Bradley Witson of the cam
polgn commltteo declares that false
reports liavo been sent from Lexing
ton concerning tho alleged failure of
ithe movement. Ho says that tho old
burley county leaders are now ready
to come In If the Independent coun
ties will fhow what t'icy can do, and
for this reason he U urging the Inde
pendents to make n last effort to do
Mr. Wilson telephoned the Interior
Journal that ho will be here Saturday
to addrcsb tho meeting himself. He
says Hint tho reason for tho failure
of Hon. J. N, Kehoe to appear here
Monday as was advertised Is that Mr
Kehoe couid not get away from his
business nnd he was unable to find
some at that late hour to take his
place. Mr. Wilson asks that all who
have pledged books still to make ev
ery effort to secure signers as he be-
lieve that there will be tobacco grown
.this year In tho burley district. He
says that the sentiment Iu nil In favor
of the cut-out and wants Lincoln coun-
ly t0 8lay in "ne t0T Dot'er Prices.
A great many of the rank and fllo
of tho olHBtf?l3'-je.lety nro dissatis
fied wllb JtSiSfusal to go in on the
- - .
CHt out. A committee on investigation
mad0 thu report thls wcek:
LexlnEton, Ky., Feb. 13.
ra.wt.iM, ..,., .. ,
..We the, committeo representing
nf ,hu .,..,. r ,ho Ptlfllt more-
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after visiting and conferring
officials ot the Burley Tobac
co Society and tho officials of the Bur
,ey Tobacco Union, believe that 'the x
Biuati0n warrants honest effort! by
. Em,,.. interested In the cut-out
movement In both Independent and
joyai pooling counties, to resvond to
the call of the Burley Tobacco Union
for a general meeetinc at Lexington of
tho Burley Tobacco District, on Febru ,
ary ;o, 1911 at 1:30 p. m., and as a
mnimltten renresentlne Old Loyal
Pool Counties and ns a pooler, wo here
py earnestly request all recognized
Loyal Pool Countleu to call and hold
...n&a mwilnx' n, fhplr eonntv seats
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Saturday, the 13th of February, 1911
to express their sentiment and de
sires as to tho cut-out, and to appoint
a delegate or delegates to attend said
meeting at Lexington, Monday, Feru-
,iry M' lau , a ,Prl ine action
taken by their counties and to vote
au,,nort tho movement to a cut-ou
'1 ,.m ., TifL.
provided the independent growers
fihiir nt cnfH nipmlncr. sufficient
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Loim"es J" U'" ,"f.
''11 l e ",'' , ',.,,
DlACUllt W JUOH.J v. jt .uh. . ww.
themselves to cut
C. W. BURTON.
"JOBK B. STDVENSON.
"T. J. (1UL1CK,
"J. T. MARDIS.
"C. W. ZUKIIN,
"M. II.. BOURNE,
"II. G. ALI.ICK,
01 I '
jol n Hnirni la In charge ot th
I Mrs. G. A. Carter Is vwltlng Mrs. H
J.UWsscox at Htantora.
A two year old son of William Pres
ton died Saturday night of brain fever
I C D. Hagan sold to II. C. Cash n
sow and five pigs for which he recelv-
I W. 8. Armstrong has returned from'
Casey county, where Le bought a nice
drove of hogs.
" " ul "'" o-.
a returned to study music under
M,B8 MoUIbu Potu
i;en nowllne nnd wife left here Frl-
en Bowling ana wire leu n.re tu
Miss Kuth Penn, of Gravel 8wltch.
day for nirmlnghara. Ala., where they
"ay for Blrmlnghan
will visit relatives.
will visit relatives.
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Mlw Ova May. who has beon nttend
Ing school at Lebanon, la at home ou
account ot her eyes.
While running from a falling tree.
death. The deceased was elgteen
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For Sale. 1 1-1 acre lot on Main
u.,-..f i... h. .,i .n ,.ih.,iMinn..
NIIU MS WMVMUIim6t
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OetuUfuI building site tor residence
Stanford Ileal Estate.