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VOLUME XXXVIII. NO 16.
8TANF0RB, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2th, 1911.
11 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
-; ' i
TWO YFARS IN PFN Ky wo "hn wMI i,,n h,,p-
Okla., their homo la the future.
FOR 8HOOTINQ AT OILKER80N IN , M, i,n,e0 Hoynodls of Woodstock
CRAU ORCHARD OTH COUnT Ky., wan th0 nltmctlvo guest of thn
NEWS. Misses Htil.le Inst week.
J Mr. James DavlJ and little son of
On bis third trlnl In Circuit Court Dnnvlllo nro tho RticstM of Mrs. Davis'
Chris Hutchinson of Crab Orchard ''"f"'8 "f; J' J "f .,
-. .i.n in ,.,r. i ,h nnnitnn. Ml" Alice Singleton of Waynt-v
waa given two year In the ponltcn- L nn(, MM t ,i0)Kn of Hi)mor
tlarr for shooting at J. n. Gllkerson mi wcre tllp BUe,tt ,.r j)r Binslcton
Ir)v07. Alt the previous trlol tho and wife last week.
Juried were unable to agree UP ft! Harry Jacobs the monument man
verdict. A hard fight was made In d,'"" 'r 1Bn"n?n.d I'"'1 ..""r,?:1
... ... , .... vinn.(Uulo ind nilwr point. Ills little
feme of Hutchison by Attorney. r-ldl5nler Adn wno make her homo In
eneo and Honsford but thn Jury bo .Islington Joined him and will be with
lloved there wa-i convincing proof of blm on his trip.
i.i .hnri limn In nrrlvlnc nt a VOM
of tU0 testimony and argument on
Mr and Mrs. H. 0. Hampton, of
.Lebanon Junction spent several day.
with tho homerolks nero iasi weejt.
Attorney Ilobert Harding. f Dan-
Ullo was hero last week attending
... ii.. .... If ) rnmmnnwcaltll
III tho caso If th0 Commonweami
linalmt Porg VA (MiUirn of tho
Khfby Cltrt ;Jon, charged With
stealing n hog from Iko Shelby tho
Jury was unable to agree ibsi wcck
nnd was discharged. Tho panel stood
11 .' ," , :m..iiiJi. Statu...
eight to four for acquittal.
t n ---john w
cuscd from th. senlco as
ail oi me acis oi wie B"" -
It will have to do all of Its work over
asaln. Baulre W. A. Coffey, of tho
McKlnnoy section, was chosen a grand
Juror to fill the vacancy.
rh. ...ii knnwn mn of John Daugl.
ngalnst his father. Doc Hough tor pos-
elon of eight horsw. M finally
mm .A 1LI. m ..in nt
I'T'f " ' 1 rv onlnFrday l.rt
!, jirtail that the enulnes woro
leg .lly tho property of tbo son. Young
uCh represented by Attorney
Gtn P Florence In the case. Tnis
was the second trial, a hung Jury be-
lug tho rcJtiU after thc hearing in
oui.g Ha.'gh showed how hP came
In pobicsrlon pf tho horses, ajarting
with 2 shoots Team ago. wmen i ne
trud.nl for a broodmare He worked
haid and earned nensons and rnlsca
ow'n "w "" -"" "'. : t ..
am ri iinr mb nnu irnuna uir
others until ho had accumulate me
tight, which ho valued at $1,000
Itrlaiw. nnd I.fiWlli UrCM.. UAVO
mlnitrel performance cre Saturday
(lint win fnlrlv well natronlttd Thoy
gave to performanco at Yweralte
last ,vrek '
vi'. nnilond In vuur UcKlnner let-
m- list wook thul J. I. ltowlnnd was
thinking of taking a course la stenc-
rushy It seems to us that John
W llnthM nf Itnrlmnn Trull. I.
h.n ruitinr th fnmllr of A H. lloyal
bew vl.lUng the family or ah uoju
married a. MIm Hoono near Maywood
Hilly Williams Is a:nray poking fun
nt u Casey people an for tho 'If,, of
ut we cannot see ny we are iuo
bei.t reople In tho vnrld. It tr-.ie
wo bav,. some mud holes but 11V. the
people they aro firm class. The fact
.. - ,,. Hn ihlnr. hr halrrn o-un
when It rome to making mud hole,
it Is uiideit'tood that J W Fair has
doullned to make the roc0 for tl. re-
tiubllcnn nomination for sherl'f and
T J Taylor of Mlntonvllle hi a
nuiin'rcd hlnifli-ll for I ha l oilico win.
C.efi. W. Dyo postmaster here as his
i. .....v Mr Thonin. Hraiinoa of m-
! ?.??l?.ITjy5iL L T,S
lull 1IUUHU1 u ." ' .s,
would tinvn luade It wnrni lor rune
!',u. .r ti lZ Z
'.- er ba Now ton aud nowu'u
'auinitx ol Huitonvli.o -pent o-i!tl
dH of last wolt nt tl.ildcu Dawn
bpitnn t Yosemlte.
GOOD MEN AT HEAD
OF THL HENRL CLAY
iW. f . VvaUmi, iu LbxIiikIoii Honaii.)
A.uniiR tho tcckholdors of tho Hen
ry t lay Flro Insurance Company who
attrmlnd tho metttng rereynieiaov
irnm lifcnkfirt wtr Col t'horl" !.
llnrr nil Stntit Treasure uaptaia tions, tryiug to anre vae eciaaia gona
.d raroy. Both re ineu ot tho bUh Irotp u-i,jBruoath tho skin when 1'on
.4t sa.diug for honor and Integrity, . eu.iranteea ZKMO a
auu their word Is as good as anybody's ' 'tru t su.iraaieea aiumu, a
l,n,l tiiir acaualntance with Captain clean llmild preparation Ur xtaai
)'') tei tuly b.ck to his Inaugnra , u,v l0 rid inu kldu ot the geru 'lire
Hr.n n 3tst0 Cftclal, but wo have ft cau lfl UraU,t , 0l mvf)U.
ir,vn cf tliu for a long tlmo as a
( red of the hlgheit standing. n"n will rellove tU .Kckius and of.
Thrgu both or ut dislike to oJratt tuu tliaai onUtUe la sattioiuii le
it.t im at ovrn old, he fact never-(ollre ,,,,,. lttiMt v( w.,,MUli. , r
tkx .,w remain tht wo bay known dru.ei.u everv.
tu.1 H's- for rortv 6irs, beginning JU is kon py arugguu, every
wkfx. ho HvaJ la S.aub'on, Vs., and vbero und la iMA&ford by U. L. Pea.
wm in Hlchmou.l. We cau voncn to.; I ny mid tney w Mi yu or.ta Marvel
kU Ulcet lategilty und,utma't Kwd d . u . .
loith I" ery word anu action. At ml" r,,,M maaa " uu C,B '
preront, be Is president ot iho Bjato ' ireatmout. ZUMO and ZOiiO soap
Nutlunal Hchk and the HcgeMontgo.uara recognized as the cleanest and
try Shoo Manufactory ll hOB never nonular trQUjjrat ror Kpiemn
teen aa-.oclated with anything th.'.t dl.l "t Popular treatment .tor Lcxema.
not provo a suciess, nnd hi. name is u pimples, dandrutr and all oter fohrms
tuwor ot strength to nny Inst'.tt'.iton of tklu or scalu effoctlona whether oa
lhe Lerr Clay Company was fortu-
unto Ut securing mm us wun ui ui zkmO and ZKMO soap on our Tecom
lain F.ujey nnd Auditor F. P. James, a raendatlon and guarantee of saUstac
lliinncier nnd capltnlUt. and their well Uou or our monoy bnckT Ponnys
Itiiown b'l Iness (junlUlcatlons should g.
. -i... .. .-. n .. ti.ni. wall wilt. "' O w.w.-..
IliatCn l.lO.r lUlll F" .UMf. "J "
-V. D. V.".
Mra. QIara D. Vraylor,
ftf t Pi n..U lf tnm flllnYieitTlfl
mr. u. w. oingicion enicrinineu ihi
TliiiPdHnt fiflnmnnn tmm ft until J V
tock wlh nn ctglint ,unch Thnsn
'present to enjoy Mm. Singleton's
lunch voro as follows Mrs. 8. M and
ly II 0n-jM . OM.ooch. Mr.
, ,,. ., ,.,.. , ,i tin v. i
Tnni;cr. Mr;. ,. c. Tanner. '
liroilK-r Gnbbard preached two very
iiiicrrsuiiK rri.iu.w i-( ...,..,.,...
rhurrli Inaf Hiiniinv ninrnmif nnu
T iwcio hihiiiiii-u u uic pivsiuvui us
CI1nK iaj HMnot collinm,e0i
, ., M'"Jrrr- similar associations of th hlp.l.
y m J ;ornlt , tyVll(K8 of th, lt nro bclnB arpnnlr-
"ZrcSV " .erred Cl1 throughout the state and great
gtng of tea cakes and stK ' andy f""V ,B "y"" """' "' '""" . 'V '"
Ywo Judges were present Anna Helr-I""1'
worth of Oil City Pa. and toWl"tHh!l'"?J
Iteynolds ol Woodstock, Ky They
tackiest coup'o proVon'tA1
of candy w awarded th
-jft Kr ,, ---,
nwacui- w .-a...hW.. ...
Mills was shaking Itonds with
Jor McJhII has sold half of it."
tnrm thnt b0 iKHight from J. II. Fj
to W T. Ilrooks for $1,250. N. S. C
.r .. 11 t. mm mAMAJ Ilia fnttlt
1 1 B
WosTpoW Ind jcl Qlbb. hM W
his farm near Illatt to W. J. McQueen
for J3..IO0 and will Imi. alut t.e
lh f March for Phoenix Arlt. Dare
lkichor purci.asea part or tne sauie
,.ru,,t farm (rOm l.M brother nnd mor
od Intro edneooy
""",..,,. , "
777 T . ...
iieru win. wi.c o. j r""'' -
boy, , O. . I). "l'" fc""il,Ji,t ftlf
is very 111. J. 11. "ocker iwugnt n rait
iruui j. mun h iui
.... ... ii ..- ....
lkin.io air. una airs. j. "'?''
a gir . T . . or. .
fine UnionthB-old Jack colt 5ili
Una 0eNtreet gHVo a .leiigm.ui so
ci.i i-.icrii.i.R. r ... ...unu .v ,.,
...... . .a....... .. . ... ...l r
BOTH ARE GOOD ENOUGH
In a sr-ech at Washington last
week th. new domocrotlc speaker
Chnmy Clark declared that the re
.rr.U. h.,i Hnn. much .nnd nnd thnt
affairs had done much good, and that
l.iorp aood was expected from this co-
operation of the laity with th0 cleray
m dec)ared lh,t ,,rM,dent Tnft. Col
noaie,t ttnd William Jennings Ilr?
an vere qualified to go Into the pulpit
and preach sermons. He would not
be surprised, ho sam. it loi hooss-
nt ox air, ur.u c..u . --
The editor of tho Hickman Courier
will doubtless be killed. Heportlng 0
wedding In last Issue of his paper, bo
kas: "While tho reremony wan being
said. Miss Htttlo DeBow rendered the
"Flour" Song In a manner that madej
It harmonlxo with the words of thei
ceremony uannim .cubci, .v. -
tir ttoyo gone to housekeeping, the
bonny blldo will havo to render tho
"flour song." nnd tho meat. milk, but
.., .- aA., ,,v In hnpinnnv
wt -.w.m - . .vw . ....-..,
tion of tto harmo,
Here is a Remedy
Will Cure Eczema
"WE PROVE IT"
Why waste tltuo and money experi
menting with greusy salves aud lo-
Inlnnt or grown person. Will you try
;bN0t,CefTTh0.eeJ:aVlCl,a,U,t'' r'" V
the estate ol MUs Khoda Lunaford,
itoreniii.it nrn nntltlrd tn nrimnnt Ihom
to mo .nt r rr K""-. r
,'iiiifc. mm wmua iieu. wai
iieuir raavi .. - ... u... .i-. .Mucn rivalry ih Being ornwn ueiween , Kepnhllc. "He will deliver bis leeture -jmny friends here in his
$U i. M Uower bought a cow of ,, rlaioes to put up the winner or Ut three other Cbauauqua meetings tuck homo.
... uu.u... -. . w........ ....-- vnni' u uhii-uii ih"i "u wane no is in nonan. tie wiu speax Iwson &. Ilrown snipped
Ota May Is spending a few days Willi narr-la Coleman are easily tbe favor- nt Cnin.a.nu firinnHr. .nd at Poi..ri. .. .. . .k. m.,v.. m
r(nll. Iii Cnt.M Switch. i.- . ."'.". .".."... "....
...... ... - ,,. nu(B. . 1Ir j, itaymona naseiu
Y. M. C. A, ORGANIZED
AT HIGH SCHOOL
ELOCUTIONARY CONTEST TO BE
HELD MARCH 10 OTH
ER 8CHOOL NOTES
(By John M Waters.)
A Young Mem' Christian Aassocla
tloa was organized Thursday s'tor
noon lu the consultation room of tbe
Bute Dank Trust Co., by Mr K B.
Wooaley, a state aecrctni of the
Y. M. C, A. The charter members
were tbe young men of tbe high sohool
and oil showed great enthusiasm over
tho now work.
'I be meeting wih called to order by
Mr. Woosley who then gavo a short
tall:, explaining tho work, rules etc.,
of the association with Wnllaoo Sin
gleton temporary chairman. The fol-
lowing olflrers wcro o.-cctcd Morri-
son might president. Wallace Single-
i. ....? :.---..... '.-. .......
I.ec.e.aVy. Lester O'ltannon t'reaiurer
jn,J.C Mcrtary. J. W Iroland,
T. w rcnnington and T. I). Jianey
!..... . iM. t. t. . i... ..
,'"""" ""'''"T, '''..;." ." ""m . "'.
gentlemen of the town could greatly
,lc,p the association of h present by
ssswyrw ft z
n more sunauie room cm. ue iuu..u
,Tue next meciing win ue nciu rriaay
.. . .
eiening .iiarrn jtu
All tho pupils seven in number.
of tho graded department of th!8jWtn tbP masterful Englluh. scholar daughter of Elder and Mrs. F. M. Tin
school piicresfully poised the recent ly diction nnd stvle of ex-Gov. J. C. der who has been a atudent nt the
county examination for entrance Into y. Heckham. His plaform presence uichmond Normal School has been
Ihu hlvli arhonl. Thrr nro nOTV 21
,.,. it. i.u,il rxt Ii no nrav niialr '
I ul,,l iiiw.-M i-d .v -
staled In the high sckool. who aro a-
mltled fre under thP county high
The. proceeds of the elocutionary
contest to oe neia in Walton's upora . K pn t, lckr who . . V0lin' nnd
House Mach 101K. m HI bo used to help porfencrt g2
idclray the fxpenies of the contestant f0UUli hirmelf at the head of a great
Inm. tfct'i school who enter the tourna-stnto's affalrn. which the assassination
,nt.nt at Springfield. Mny 1G. If yoit'or Ooebcl had left In a chaotic condl-
Interested In tho school nttenrt
.ir.. in)r.HI.l 111 lUfl MCllltlll Ullfllll
Ih en ei lavement Jind .ticoirnge
,Ue pi,v,lls- A.n cx,Cf,fDl l"01'", na
ilt. nrrangi-d and three nouro of en
rnrrn nomunf u ruarniiPM in f iiaia
-'-- " c -. v . -
TUo nIgh ,cUo0l boy. he many Mrs. Ijckham and their twp hand-
iimes dlsnlaved the r k 1 n nth et cp'.nm -htur.n r..rr ii.rbi.nn.-.
,d scholarship ond wr;l on that night
iDOVV ,nelr ijowers ot OTttlOrv as well
.. . . . . . . .. i
Don t for get the date, Friday March
50, 1!M1 Make your preparation now
to attend and encourage this depart-
m-nt of school work.
The pupils of Misses Jackson and'
ijuiiou entertained a number of thcuAKE QOOD IN RAILWADINQ
linnn In th. .hnnl rhanel .with nn
:. .- .v. ...i. j .k.n.i .,1.1. ..I
..irnll.nl nmrnm roniintln of read-
DE(( and musical num-jers Amonr,
tI)J ,ntt.re,tiDS topics of the program
WHro the musical nuntera of Harry
iielnhart and Miss Kate Newiana. ana
(n readings of Harris Coleman. Mary
jj, piiddcrar and Moirison Uright
Manager Ireland ot tre S. H. 8. ball
intends to make a tour or that part ot
ln state. th challenge will protwbly
BQ FIRE AT WILMORE.
. !.-jre wnicn Drone out nuoiii o
clock Sunday tfternoon at Wllmore
jn Jessamin, county destroyed proper
t, valued atVtwecn $60.flno and $75.
nnu m.. ri . In !. lit ne v
Vw in . a- - "'!
'.a o tho g-nd. TJe wind carried
tho flames acrofs tho ptreet and lg-
nlted n earring rhop and undertaklngj
t-tblUhment. the pn t-offlce, thp Pal
torson hotol. Mctlarcy'a drug Moro n
llurnlturo store, barber shop, meat mar
ilcot nnd pool room, hour horses nnd
irnn. rranra c..a. rBD 7"i""J I Martha Ann Cummins of near Kings- motlor. being
iron, .no i.inaBeyvwiPuu ira-musi ,,,... . . .. . .inn nf ririrnil
School base ball club rt Columbia. Ky.Ula nt the reunion of the Cummins M Retrnu
fM- n tnploa aaf imat Aa ffiA tAntTl fnitillv vlfn ill hnnfif nf Vv. T. LUm.'.. . '
a mule were hurned In livery stable', Louisville. S. A. Cuminlui Is
.Six families who lived lu flaton oir . , . .. . ....... ,.
mo carriage shop, lost most of tblr foreman with the Peck Williamson. Co
Cured by The Msrvrl of Tho Century.
U. . B. Testtd far 80 Years.
HawklDg, spitting, foul, breath, .dls-
t-burgee of yellow matter permanent
ly cured with pure Botanical lngredl
uuti. To prove it ne will sad you a
SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE
r'lriuiMi ic ui-n nui x- n.u,.u.n
r."""..' "" wm w.-sur.-
roachea U geaeral debility. Idiocy and
V2r - . "fi"10..?10!1 Balm
-?: .IZ iTSi
1-. o. b.i ii i. u suiv ru.cai perma-
of the polron gernm that caA.se cit&rrh
at the same tlmo Bleod Balm (B. B.
B.) purifies the blood, does away with
pure blood direct to the paralyzed
nerves, and parts affected by oatarr-
1ml poison, giving warmth and
trongth JuBt where It la needed, and
In this way making a perfect lasting
cure of catarrh In all Its forms. UUUtl
UISTS or by exorcss. $1 PER LAUUbl
UOTTLK, with directions for homo
'-- " .-.-
euro. SAMPLE SENT FHEK by writ-
lng Blood Balm Co, Atlanta Oa. Des-
SHERIFF LANDS THIRD NEORO
HIGHWAYMAN IN "NEQRO
-Through a plec. or splendid detce
tlvo work Sheriff W. L. McCartr land
ed in Jail In Indianapolis Saturday
"Hud" Hawking, tho third negro rnnrg
ed with assaulting nnd robbing the
three wblto tobacco men on the Dan
vlllo plko a few weeks ago. Hawkins
teruscd to return to Kentucky without
requisition papers, so the sheriff cane
Lack, and will go to Frankfort today to
Ket the nocessary papers from the
Governor, and then go on to Indiana-
polls after bis man
lf,ivt,ti. .tw avnv tmm r.nnvl.1.
Immediately after tho crime was t.on,lrJud1fc ' u Wn,kor & IIoa-
caught through a decoy letter. 8her-,A- Lardln.
iff McCarty was assisted there hyl A banquet will be .given on the
Hoosler dctcctlres. and ransacked all night of tho 17th at which the KnlghU
ol the negro underworld of Indiana-"d their ladles w 111 bo present and n
lolU which Is called "negro heavon.'re1at time Is cxpotcod.
lie bad nothing mere than a good des-1 A program will also be 'rendered I in
crlptlln of Howklns to go on, put wn ; "'"' ' ,'.?" 'f Yu'nrZ,
M.ccossful and the negro admitted ul.."" Jj ho up building of the order.
and lodged In Jail here. Detectlvo Helm
of the Q. & C. assisted In locatlnB tho
lie wui oe nruuKni uai-n
A DECIDED SUCCE83 ON CHAUTAU
Tho friends of former Governor
learn i that he h . mc nted t Btump. cljUroh will meet Saturday afternoon
-lt vJmTZl7- If t.ea Vlsta sold a
f lh ho,d.ne nf .,, FirH, chaliUu-
. . - . . . . ..
qua Assembly of lakeland, and adds:
"On Monday eenmg ana Tuesday
nftfrnnmi ivnnln worn Wf-11 oleased
'la niiv hta mnnnor ti1nlnr nml hi
nr. .-.-.!- r a fiuiHH kM1f .iirfl
,t. .n(;K iji. t u iiviiut uawafi'""""
for the word, he utters
The pame newpnpcr contain tho
uiltor to iikcland this week
l)r. ? SSam ror eover!
.Inn II. nAin. ..... .n . ,. -. ....
tion. Ho proved equal to the emer-
R,nc nnd made one of tho best Gov-
ernors Kentucky has ever knon
-Mr. Heckham delivered two splcn-
- v(jm uuuicut'B iiuiu iuu vuuui4uuuu
ju -j.i ..,. unfc ik- iik............
Blatfonn. He ws accomDanied by
M,i,jert, , -idoli and Idol IJreak-
-" nnd "The Htruirelfi fo thi Idnal
-- . --
South Lincoln Boys
LtTTKB BACK HUMB.
l-.rln.tni! Kr Tivh fi
. iLxnton; Kr- Teb- 6
Mitor Interior Journal:
About the best time I hare
had since leading Lincoln county In
lr2 I spent at the home of my fathe,,h" M' Wn1 ,,, fn?m.rlv f
j in-law aud mother-lnlaw, C W. nnd
mins of Burnolte Texas who had beep'orflco nt that point. Major Collier Is
absent for 23 years. It waa certainly the son of the late Gentral D. n. Col
a pleasure to the old folks, when the ,! Jo?' "'
entire family except ono sat down, jjr,, Kmma Bush of Illchmond who
onco n.oro around the old tiro-place, ; came down to -vlstt her daughter Mrs.
ea,U telling of, .mo,h. wh,ch JaTSiSbbflS
nappeneo in ms jouubbt uujtb. ..too
. ,. . ..i
dob ere raiseu in mo muuniuiua
In four fferent -u te , X T CUm
irlns owning a large Hock ranch In
r Ttl j A c
, , ...
c"R't'r for a furnltu
turo fuctory in
Now Albany Indiana, Asher Cummins
machinist for the American handl fnc
Cincinnati. O. Tho l girls are nh?o(iiapnc,Ujr w, attend tno United Con -
Drofesslonala In tbclr line ot busiuean.
,Mrs. Una Qreybeal as a chicken rais
'f and my wife can heat up a cooking
' ,WY0 "arln"a raB" """ " muu
UUU CUillls uu;uvu; ,4 mm up. irriurQ ui, iiifc viot - -. ....
When I hew- th. people talk so Stk.
much down here about the "Mnnm the following prices: I pair
blllb' I can't help but thlak more of maro n.iles $300: 42 sheep to Mai-
ihrm Ihnn I .rr did. It III not timiaMrnlm Aldridse at $.05: SOW and ahoats
... . ... ...-. . -. t. .
ly .noirn nui vu.i vrl wi .mwm
r'. E""" ?..rr:'
, than aav oth county oa Mr. W. Ihteta been In LxiBg
th nUra "" ,They "" ", eTlnuVoWuchdUUegu?neva
department, engineers. coBductew.li "d ,' Q. P. Bush. Miss Kathleen
kmUbm.- mu.ri.tani. tlck.t Bntn.iv.i.r urt last week to enter thc
hrakeen. o,Hrator. ticket agenta.
carpenters, brldgemen, painters, eleo-
triclans and signal men. W. D. Mur-
t,hy of King's Mountain foreman of
- T "? ""f.T
'KnaI Inspector from oonierset to Cin-
clnnatl aro young men from Lincoln
Wn th , B .,ieagUr to think of..nal school has been with her parents
"""" lma .1";" "If ,v. " J Mr. and Mrs. J W KJmoro. Mrs
l,,vro uuo DUU "" "" "'"
five of. tho same men, two englnera.
one fireman, one section foreman and ker Gregory. Louis Tinder ia at nomo
one laboring man who hare 5gr XTiS
neeidouts nml aro lying peacefully ,n,0nis illo foi n buslnesa trip. Mrs.
Iho Uttlo ccwetorlos around King's Ann Hoblnson Is with Mrs. Jacob Itc
Mountttln. Truly ous. O. LKACH.blnson In DnmlHe. Mus Kato Patton
BIG BANQUET FOR
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
NOBLES IN POPULAR ORDER WILL
BE HERE TO ATTEND DIS
On .Msrch I7lh tho Knights of
Pythias will havo their District Con
vontton la Stanford. Many eclcbrt
tlos of tho order will bo present
among thorn K. L. 8ladn Ornnd Chan
cellor of Kentucky and Harry Scko
berth, of VernnllloT, Deputy, Otand
t'hpncellor. J. V, Carter, 0. K. 1L S
(. II. Pollard, Post Grand Chancellor,
and candidate for Attoorney General of
Kentucky, W. C. n. Hobbs of Lcxlng-
lVV - ? n fmnet
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and som0 of tho best citizens nro
connecting thcmselvei with this great
01)er A gnitndd team ia dolnB lhe
work now and no lodge of this order
tn the state .can boast of a better team
or better class membership.
The Aid Socletv of tho Christian
s r s;" f '"-""
r MlmhMh Jo.Pnh. widow of the
jate Mr. Jarob Joseph received $3,000
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from the order of Maccabees.
i lla. llAlIn -TJnl0r ,.n nnnnlAr vmtnff
inninxut n nitttnn .n tnnrh nf tho
- .m t-i n.n.. t -
OHO uenneii aieiuoriui v.uiiufiu i i-wu-
r a r lf1,nl.nu finnMniiAO T
0ito sick from a bilious attack nnd
lllTB. rm A. U, iHUI iVflUUlJ Willi""'.''
Club will met Thura-
Hn Tfforr.7n t thP Christian church
Mlsse. nettle and Allle Anderson
were hostesses to the members of
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the "Tuesday Afternoon Club" at their
tnndsorae new home on I.exIngton
,tivet A most utstantfal reiMst
was served. I
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ucjDKrniaiauoaa are in uruw ui iu
duv nt thn home of Mr. ond Mrs. Mil -
8rd F West in Washington City.
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mtl daughter to their Joy. Mr. West
.,. rnnn ! jinrnKfrlnn nnd hnn
"p -w .-.
en one oil
the popular brothers of the hard firm
ol this city has been called to Liberty
to put In the hot water -supply for the
i.ew and comraodlons Bell Hotel Just
erected in Casey.
A A mld-nlght marauder broko Into
L. O. DavIon's grocery store Friday
.night br crashing the glass In tho
i front door and Btole $6 in money, meat
Vikom and candy. The owner thinkii
u raugt be somfono familiar and ex-
pert with the front lockT as It was the
way the thief entered 'tho Btore.
1 A UlIUIlCU IIUUI HttBUIUgvuu mnjo
this city has rcceled another pro-
appointed to too pOPI-
0 Agent on accounts,
obout $4,000 a year.
i ne is now in rwausna wur w cuotn mr
nu,h rov;Behold wcro convalescent nf-
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tcr n bioKO oi grip, aira, nusn uo
,- Class will meet
j,r tho home of Mrs. I.. O Davldoon on
tommunlon tervice' wero ueia m
.. i, ....... .rln. .....rf-l. Ht.nrlnv mnrn
uu, Marv Fllnbeth Lear of Paint
Lick hni t.pn rh..
'icnnmrlt dlvNIon of
JJ" yet0rarl-. i
ponor c? thcj
tne tm.ipa vou-i
nnd bld In that,
fodfrula Veterans Association which
.meets la Little Rock Arkanbss May
j5-nr greUoB h 5.,ed M ur fl.
Thibet will be here next wees .....
nt 140: 1 thre-Ter-old hors. $t!S;
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finrlnnaU Conservatory. Mrs. Clar
enco Holtzolew of Covington. Hi with
Uariard relatives. Mr. A C. Penny
and daughter. Miss Mattle Denny
Duncan left th,, past week to attend
the Mardl Gras In New Orlennt. Miss
Bertha llurnslde Is vlaltlng her aunt
Mrs. Clmrloi McGurgln of Ohio. Miss
Mary Elmore ot tno wenraonu nor
wm. Oreirory of Ilrnddock. North ua
vt. i. th. truest of Mr. and Mrs. Par-
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Is at homo after a length, visit to
Fort Worth Texas. Mrs. James Witt
nas returnea irom a visit to ncr par
ents in JeiK.imino county Mru J. 1
Iteynolds Is visiting In Stanford.
The C W D. M. Auxiliary will meet
Wcdncsay) vaftcrnoon at tho usual
hour and place
Tho m10 or th0 late J. Frank Conn
was held at tho farm near Wllmoro
last ThurUdoy and Copt Am uourne
serving as auctioneer. 17 heifers wen
sold to Jomes Conn at 6 cents per
tound 12 steers to John Conn at 6
cents; 20 head of cattle to Midi Vlr
gle Conn at G 1-2 cetns; a pair of
work mules $150 and $125; the lattor
to George Conn; a wennllng mulo at
J132; a brood mar to Miss Virgle
Conn for $210; 45 sheep to Mlsn Conn
for 15; two hogs to Wo, Conn nt I1G;
35 barrels of corn at $2.25 In tho crib.
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
. Wanted. To borrow $500; good se
curity. Apply this office. l6-2p.
For Kent. Farm and residence,
partly In town limits. A. G. Huffman.
Special prices on lap robes for a
few days. Pence Dros.
8e tho new collar pad nt J. C. Mc
Clary's harness shop.
If you want any orchard grois Beod
1 havo them. T. D Nowiand.
Hoy. D. M. Walker sold a fine Eng
If 1. setter to T. J. McGlIl, of Atlanta
For Salo. Sideboard, extension
table, 6 chairs at a bargain. S. P.
Stagg Uxor. Mrs. Margaret Portman,
Hou'e and lot for sale on Eatt Main
street. W. H. Vearon. 15-tf.
I will glv0 $25 reward for tbe dis
covery of the person who poisoned my
bird dogs Saturday night between
Main, street nnd Depot. Anderson Can-
The Mission Band of the Christian
,..u ill rt. j
"""" ""' u,t oy auen.oon
at half past two o'clock.
A. C. Alford believes that It pays to
advertise his pure bred poultry. Ho
got an order last week for $12 worth
of the birds. See tho list of breeders
of pure fowls in tho poultry column.
Messri. Howard Caranltz and Harry
K. Camnltz, th, world's famous base-
loll pitchers, were given tho degrees
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or AlarK l'&SL ana
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Uous last nlsht. Thoy will recelv the
l"01 Arch Degrees next Tuesday
'"'. ouij imavnie oiesst-UBor,
To break up cold In headjpf chait
a car-load!10111 a toaspooniui ot ityomei into
' tow. o. oo.i.ng water, cover ueaa
. 'tth tnwl nnd lirMiIha ..1st nofnrA r.
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nng we p.easani vapor inai arises..
Bert companies lowt rate. In
sure your property today with R. M.
For Sale. House barn and one aero
of land at McKlnney. If not sold
privately by March 4th will bo sold
at auction on the premises on that
dot t( highest nnd beat bidder. This
la the Old Ooorgo Given place.
J. N. CASH. td.
The great Bliss native herhs sold by
Dr. Mary Baughman, Stanford. Ad
dress Box 125.
Thc Interior Journal has received
feverol communications unsigned,
which are of news interest, but we
must know who tho authors aro be
fore they will be printed. The names
ned not be printed but muitt be known
to usv ns a, matter of good .faith. And
write on only one sldo of the paper.
J. D. Steenbergens sells, builds, re
pairs and adjusts scales at rocK bot
tom price.. See him for prices no.ore
,y11 buy. Addnesa Crab Orchard, K.v.
For Sale. lndlaua et&uo crusher
No 2. Mounted and In first-class con-
illtWn. Address Hushes Moore.
- ianvite Ky. 14-3
F0r rent at onc a garden and two
'Btorr 7.room frame dwelling on Main
street, five minutes from court house.
Addrest Rosa, care of this office.
THIS MAY APPLY HERE.
Illchmond has a local option elec
tion on and the Rlchraend Climax
toys: The last hP of the "wets" has
faded away. If there la anything In
the prediction of several local men,
who ought to know whoreof they
speak. "Bootlegging" Is so prolltahle
that to put saloons la would ruin the
bustnsM. so It Ii claimed they will
all vote "Dry."
The best magailn. In the world Is
th. 'Saturday Kreninx 1'on. it Dai,"
more good, hljth class short fiction
than any other magazine published
and Is Issued once a week. All tho
ladles know whnt the Ladles Horn?
Journal Is: and 1'h now Isuued twice
a month. Let tbo Interior Jo'.rnnll
nr,ii.r .ith.r m- hoth nf the. for von.
or tend In your renewal of subscrlp- v M- Hrown. Tltusvllle. Ph.. writes
lion. It can sav0 you money. "My wlfo had Indlgoitlon for ten years
. laho took two boxes of Ml-o-na stomach
John Fields went duck hunting ono tablets and la now perfectly well
night Inst week and killed eight on O- I Penny guarantees theui 50c
tho old Owsloy placo. There's no'
doubt of It, for John says so him- THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911
. The regular price of tho Loulsld
1 aw Mir telHac the Utwt aaaga- Times Is $5 a year. If you will send
,In .nd liwuumwi Ofv ma rouyOUr order t0 U8 you wlU get thc h J-
ziaea and newspapers. ut ouran(, tb0 Louisville Times both one
subscriptions. I can save yea aoaey.year for only $4.50.
. I, Kt CUmK, MKitoftTUle, U-4t,
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TUA MADE nrMATDATC
I WU MfKC vLMUlKillJ
TALK OF RUNNING
T. A. RICE FOR COUNTY JUDOSHIP
WHILE J. F. HOLDAM WANTS
Politics wall buxzlng with a big B
bore Saturday. There was talk of
new entries in seroral of the races
for democratic nomlnatlln next time
and talk of others.
Tom A. nice, one of the best known
farmers of tbla county, waa telling
his friends that he will bo a candidate
for democratic nomination noxt tima
County Judge, and J. F. Holdam, of
Crab Orchard, formerly Circuit Clork,
wa.1 letting it be known that hc In
tends to make tho rac0 for Sheriff.
Both men say that thoy will mnko
aggreislve campaigns and aro In their
respective races until tho bell taps.
Meanwh!!c Rowan Saufley, son of tho
lato Judge M. C. Saufley, Is making an
aggressive campaign for tho nomina
tion, for tho County Judgshlp also, and
Is receiving much encouragement from
oil sections nf tho county. From pre
ent lodlcatllns the rnce for this office
will bo almost, If not ns Interesting as
the sheriff's race, which li usually
tho warmest In Lincoln.
TOPICS OF 8ERMON8 HERE
Rev. J. A. Cheek of Danvlllo, preach
ed at the Presbyterian church here
Sunday morning to a good congrega
tion. ji leit immediately Tor bis
home, having been called by the criti
cal Illness of his nephew, Attorney Lo
fcan MeKco Cheek, the prominent re
publican of Doyle county. Mr Cheek
is dangerously ill of typhoid fever.
and his life Is despaired of.
In tb. BaptL t, Christian nnd Metho
dist churches Sunday morning, throe
able ncrmons were prcachod on law
enforcement, reference particularly be
lng made to conditions in Lincoln conn
ty and Stanford.
Franchise Brings $31
HERBERT KINNAIRD BUYS TELE.
PHONE RIGHT IN CITY.
The city of Stanford sold a fran
chise to operate a telephone system In
Stanrord In front of tbe court nouso
Monday, in accordance with direction
of the City Council, the successful
bldder being Herbert Klnrmird and the
price $31. Mr. Klnnalrd said that he
was acting for tho Stanford HSmu
Telephone Company. -The only other
It.Miiai - urn. a ii niin.ii.ii.nti r n.n.
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Manager Homer Wray of the East
Tennessee Telephone Company, did
not bid, and it Is expected that the
Council will Immediately filo suit nnd
give thc company 90 days' notice to
secure a franchl-o o. move Its plant
from this city. The pueetlou of wheth
er the company has a ropa: right to do
business In this city will then bo
fought through the courts.
Keep your barns protected with E.
C. Untnes the Insurance Man, Lanrai
SUNDAY MORNING RLAZE DE8.
TROYED TWO BARNS AT
The tobacco barn rented by Ferrell
Jennings at Moreland, and owned
by a Louisville firm waj destroyed by
fire Sunday night together with about
14,000 pounds of tobacco belonging tn
the nbovo named gentlemen, which
loss Is partially cocred by Insurance
The origin of thc flro le unknown
but there It. no suspicion nf Incendiar
ism. A small barn bclongltng to Mra
Brown nlro of Moreland waa bnrnoil
but It contained no tobacco and bi-t
Mr. L. C. King Is on the slek list.
Mr. It. B. Brattcn'b little baby has
I ecn very tuck but Is better.
Miss Mable ltnnkln was visiting In
Ihls neighborhood Saturiluy and Sun
Pat Jones, of Marcclius, waa visiting
his brother Willie Jonoi Saturdny and
Dr. Hlikle bought n nice road mare
from Geo. Brown of Preachorsvllle
S. Dunbar bought a 5-year-old hor o
from n. G. Fox for $200.
D. Bteaaaaer sold a harness mare
Mrs. J, II Goggin and Mr. Aloxan-
der succeeded tn killing the wild hog
Dr. Pierce war unable to fill his ap
pointment at McKlndree Sunday,
Karris FiUpatrick bought a pair of
muhv from O. A, Swlnebroad at a
JameR McKecbnle sold some wl.enr
to Stanford mills at 80. cents.
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