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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 20.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUE8DAY, MARCH 14, 1911.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
GOES UP IN FLAMES
J. H. BAUGHMAN AND COMPANY
LOSE ANOTHER BIO BUILD.
INQ BY FIRE SUNDAY.
lor the econd,tlme In jtvit about n
vor J. K, tlaughinnn ft Company of
thU City, lout a large wtirchouso by
tire, when their Inrife hay and Brain
warehouse, across Mill rect from
their largo flour milt wm burned coin,
pletel) to the" ground Sunday after
noon. Tbo fact that the warehouse
waax6ervd with sheet tin seemed to
bo all that prevented n wholeealo con
flagration In tho city for the wind wna
blowing at hl.h ipeed fiotn the west,
and eraoke and sparke went thrown
nil over town. Tho direction of tho
wind nlse saved the Inrge flour milt
acroM th atrect from probablo dca
tructlca. The warehouse contained at the
rimn ii hurried SO rnr-load of hay. n
couple of cam of cnnnel coal, several I
cars of brnn, ehtpstuff many sack etc.!
pracllraltr all of wMch I a total loss.
Tbo firm had 12.000 Insurance on the
building nnd 13,000 on the contents,!
nlllch Will come BlKMlt li.000 Sliori
f covering tho lots. Tlio insurance,
was curried In tho Mutual Miller a-
sedation, nnd a Inspector I expetced
to couin hero at onca to adjust thr
mm I're.tnn onirlnoornt the mill w-a I
tin, llrst to discover the fire Sun-,"
.lay afternoon about threo o'clock. At i
tbo tluin flnmo and smoke wero pour-'
Ing out "of the top of tho south end of
tho warehouse. Dick Hampton pns-
mg north In n freight train, soon after I
ward saw tho flames nnd turned Ids!
whistle on as th,. train pulled through:
town nlnrmlng ninny no were inning
Mfegiiards. Th,. (widen coping of the
roof soon smouldered smoked and then
Iwaran to blare, however, but Mnt Pres,
ton Jee Wlgglnpton. nnd John llor-
lull braved th,. intense heat nnd climb-
. .. i. ... .,... rnnf nn.l
threw bucket of wnter upon tho fire,
III mo lopnumi priiK m mv nn,, .
whllo courageous crew or colored worK
ep. thnw a stream from below.
I-rank limit personally took charge
ot tho otiglno at the water works and
lor threo hours kept the pressure at
I2." pound Th,. old hole, nu leuny
i....... i... ...r i.r.,vnr,.ii iti utrenni
irmii being as strong as It otherwise
would. Chief of Police II. D. Carter,
Mnxor Florence. Capt. Mack llnice of
tho fire department, and a score ot
othors worked manfully In tho fight.
I'ollre Judge John Menivee, Jr.. took
perwmnl ehnrpe of tho hose working
.-M. ... nn.l .11.1 rfnn Wfirk Nlcht
in-iii im- viin . .-"--
..... . .. t. .n1f. ..rtu n I'nVI In inn
Illirrr jouii ."i-vhb .......... ... .
ri..i,. ...! .11,1 fnllnnl wi.rk. while John
"l" "" .. . ... .,.,
S. tliughman. W H. McKlnnoy, Will
Wenren George L. Penny, Itev. D. M.
VVnlker. John 11. Foter, lion iiruco,
and the mill crow and n cort or crave
colored firemen fought with might and
main tt prevent further spread of tho
flnmim, and conquered.
I'mrine the helcht of the fire, tho
cry broke out that Dr W. H. O'llan-
lion' houso two square away on lJin
Irtltor street, wa auume, unu mo
big crowd which was gathored along
tho railroad hastened thither. Quick
work, however quenched the Incipient
blaze which had ben discovered on the
It" was four or five hour before
th.7 force of the fire was spent on
the warohoiHO. while the ruined mas
of bay and feed smouldered and burn-
ed with Intornnl boat for threo or
four day. tream of water being kept
nnnttnnll litwin it
On March 4th 1910, llaughman Ai
('ompany Iot another wrelimie In
which wa-i conslderauio nemp ami io
''"There I no clew whoever to the
origin of tho fire, but It Is believed
Hint some ono must hav,. been smok-
Ing near It. nnd dropped a match or
clgaretto near the wisp m nay wnicn
mny havo been under a door. Another
iln-rv I. thnt nerhau a mouso or
ipiirrow cnrrled a mntoh Into the
Keep your property nlwuya protect-
,, KbrrinV1r.n,g .thNv. S." I'.'sh and
I,. V. Galne the insurance Man.
, ..... ...III . ll.n, 4..., n... nt.
way protected Seo him. quick.
Merer pruae a tree uuIqms there ts
good. Mason why u limb ur brunch
ibsuftl be taken off.
Medicines that ni nnturo nro al
vnya most successful. Chnmbarlalu's
Couch ltemeJy acts an this plan, it
loosont tho cough tllevtii the, tuns,
open the secretion and aids uanw
Iu rstorlnif tlie sytetn to n healthy
condition. Sold by G. L. Ponny.
nil-.. . mi..... v ..... ........ ..-,.. ,inrin; in sian n new grocery nnu : ; i . , V . ... . ..-.v. uvihni ttum ,." m i- nuuw.-.i . - ,..v. ,0 1Ilaiiu uiu ui .uuis rune jow-
There wns no pos.lblo chnnco of K(.n, nterchnndllng store nt that mn,,'r, ... ... ",1"eJ to hoII. and will make n low pnn Kinp' Mountain. Although curl Tho Knights of Pythias will hold a mud and Miss Hortn Joan Penny's
saving tl.o warehouse, but the fire titietllntc little eltv Mr Diinrnii I r,,e r,,1I"wl " expected to res- price nnd tprm to Milt buyer. Address ous crowdi are congregated nt most'dli-trlct meeting In SUinford Friday , , . ,.., . , " y
hose was quickly laid and put tia son of Mr nnd Mr W J Duncan 1 1"""' '" ,"n'',8 """ c- A- lmri""' Mr. M. C. II. llox S2. Hintonvllle, Ky. of tho railroad stations along' this i afternoon March 17th. A number of CX(lulslto teditions on the violin were
work, ono nuzzle being used principal-; ull(i i. il.,i(.r. Hon. 11. A. Sclioberth, . C. G. HobM,1 Give Presley Sluder of Ge:iuva the part of the line tho gathering at Klng'siK. P. will llkelv go over. Ereatly appreciated and was .Mils Ber-
lit. . k....n IHIAItllWIII nnil I ..- . . . . i .11 IIIM'III llllMPf. .1 kl . 111.IHI1II ITNl.l- 111,. IIMI III Vlllir III,, I IIM lll.ini. .. .. I., mln l.nc l.nAn .nn.l,,n.l Inll L LI117 llllllll! Ill .I1TH. ,1 .I1II'I-!1 111,11 -I . .! ..!.. !. 1-t.-
y to protect the mill aero the . . C;. Hon i O II Pollnnl. P. G.C. name nnd complete inscription of nny Mountain but found that no violence; Mr. George D. Ko-Jlnson was lead- tha Jackson's humorous recitation
....... ...i.ii ,i.n ..th..,. ,ilnml nn iho It. L. Slnile. 15. (:. Iiulee WhIIht nn.l inrnn viin inn r,i nn.. nfrnmi,. nn.i .. n.i n..r..,..i. .. mi,. f,..tt,. inn. I. ... .. . ",; ".in i ...v,..,
rv..r '1 ";,'n ,1 "" -.tMhl Krocery. and gen- ev;A A ,.,,.. " "" , " , ' ." ". ."": V '' i " "r ,. JiL r'"" !.. " V' ? ' v?e at. "'o.oman's Tho stage was lailshly
in re to The Jones nropVrtr nearby. !'n rllr" M'-' W. C. G. Hohbs will .prak on th ,ure. co", , , ,lo flren en t.a. been re-i vhJ SrBST.KD??.B. "" '.'.oraan,IC with pennants In ihe different
The terrlfflc heat endangered tho big , ,,,, '"r "" v"rfl'- rt '", l"ni'': a-, 'ythlan linme. Hon. O. H follard will Mr. Georgia Ann Martin' cabin moved from tho cab nnd two addition I .... w ,.. ';,' ,, colors, and tho rah, rah boys
.. . .... .... ,. .., -i,.. KH.i ! Hllle. JU ll. ...imir .r ,i.n 4i.ir....i...n f ii... i. it... ,.... ... i. i.-.i, i ....., . i... .. .. ... . .. .... .Ml w. 11. Urown and famllv have i u j
,,u .""""? "U,.J" V" """ .. : r" aii"L 7. -V """ ,. "., X. .,""V.. " ".e "'..'.."th. ."..""" l' : ?1 ."'"..Y"0. ??'".. V"e.. 'Ie'K ,l moved to the hand,,.mo homo i n uuy o "half of tho different
ed. LarM uox oi ceni at u. u. i en ,JUro,n C()un,y Ce.growH every year ' ,u I. ... ....... PJnyed ono season with Louisville, nnd ,..' ui.' ' rh?'Unr,a,n. rn,,,, rmP.'gufe8t of Mra. Ethel West Arnold . .,,... ... ...
,.y . no inianiiiianiaain. , ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,., k- . am, g oq6 of . -- - - - - -J -'g d Mli, Uosle Gulley of the Richmond I""' "' """' u"u T ' "
Chamb'orminvlTtomnch and ilvor W. II IlliRln. I having a brand ,., nto, t '" tlo "f lhl- or' With , , , the , Penny s Drug Store. IKorinal .chool ha been with her par-l Horenco Pennington spent Saturday
Vablet, 'n"teMr "irTng relief to awning placed In front Ha .imo.,""," flno 80n1 ,BUfh 8" w,ater:Bame. ' VUy are vlsUn.'V'iL? V, V;,rk;ond Sunday at tbelr home ,n Uv,n.
wnmnu- Buffering Irani chronic oonstl- wh, h hol ,Qt. "J clover people. It Is not hnrd to " fo,low.nK gnit.nd(i schedule has, I'troult Judge Watt. Parker, of Lev 'my' "S'ji"1 (iZv, ,'"! lu,;10"-51"' Emraa VaTtla- r Cral
Hollo... headache, biliousness dlnlne., houa jo ,,. atlractlvn. , rtonMtn1' inn died suddenly a, hi homo Men lw. Jesse Ar noW of rrankfor 0rchard ,s vta,tng Mr8 JL u Th
!?"?,il.0Li?V"nen.nj'..,,ir,,w,,"U, ...,..v h,- ... wi.ru. . ... " f Crab Orohard and comin.inllViUm thl season: ,d? "Li1? Vi0' u"' E'.'Klnnalrd Is' In Wrholavme. S2 ! -Dr. W. D. O'llannou, of Stanford.
. w .T, -'1 ;7 st,,. of the" ciurt hoW . , ' "-. .coker. TJC U r had always been a democrat, but ft j ' - '- Monday to see M, T. S
Pr-nlno Trfc Lrier ihov ., fini-hed work shouhi ! h. ji , It si nf3lA iirll S9th. went ovor to the republicans when ho ft' 8 'S..0'?. rSJ,ft ""T lh' wn tlnues very alckv-J. J
SHORT LOCAL NEWS
For 8alo. l'ali pood four year old
mules hnrneji and wngon. U. T. Ash
look, Hustonvllle, Ky., 20-3
For Sale Ticket to tho Art Berlcs
course at Caldwell College, Danville.
Apply thl office.
Hov. J. U. Livingston will preach
at Gojhon next Sunday morning nt 11
To .Mv Friends nnd Patron. Hav
Ins moved my stock to tho Alcorn
loom on Lnncftitcr Street opposite
court houBe, I shall bo glad to new
you there Am receiving a benutlful
line of spring Kodg and fool that my
now cwartrrswlll be more nccoiHlble
nnd nttrnctlva. (live me a call. Miss
Francis Vnndoveer. 20 4
Wo have secured nn experienced
pressor and elenner whoso work wo
can guarantee to rvo satisfaction.
Civ,, him a trial. Cummin & Wear-
Reuben Reynold, a
on of J. II.
. Reynolds, aged about 21, died Satur -
uay ni m nome in tne west Kmi policy, oi ine veranaa noun rno pro
nnd was burled In the Ilustonvlllo'nrani for the convention dny will be
lemeierj nununy. lie BurviYeu iy
his parent nnd several brother and
LObT. (Vrtlflcato for 10 shnros
Mock In Henry Clay lire Inmirnnr.e
Company, Howard for return to Dr.
Commissioner Florenec Monday tiold
Dip old Carpenter Hotel lot on Depot
street Monday at public sole, Attorney
T. J Hill bidding the property In for
(be brim at $2.0."0.
j. j, )nrM1 ,)f MrKlnnoy, I pre
-Mr. Gumstlch. a German lau -r
Iho Otten!ilm section died Thursday
morning aged 87 years. Deceased va
1" In Grmn of iMllah descent
" bud lived near Otteiihelm for the!
1a4 '.p. Vn-iru Iti.r linrlnl nnirr.il at
iMlhellll for the!
- - - .........
Iho Lutheran church of which sho
Hud lloldrman hepherd dog
Kate wna poisoned bv hoiiio onei
lfUt Saturday and h,. would give gome
'"k "'- "" "'' rmy imriy.
Kate had been n member of the family
for nlno ynr and whs so boloved by
mi wiio Knew jier thnt tpt. D. II. ar,. uttondlng nnd it U Hoped tlwt
Goyen wrote n poem about her. much Interest will be taken in this
pork lor the Uird.
!" 'ispt'st bne Htnrted a cam- M. Clored Morgan is learning tele -
l"'Kn to rubio $t00 to make needed j Krupli under him Fish lit the depot,
'l"" n ,,u',r ""i here and the, Jo, McCarlu contInuos un,igoroub-l
Wllllnm Hamilton .1 nminltieni far.
mer of tho Cedar Creek section died
at his heme Saturday after a short
1 T" ,. i V. V. ...
nes of pneumonia. He wa about 37
yeari or ago and leawi a wire and
five children who have tho sympathy
of everyone In their brreavement. Tho
Lurial was at Hee Lick Sunday.
Sop tho new coIlnr pad at J. C. Mc
ciury' harnes shop.
Beat companies lowest rate,
ture your .property today with ft. M.
rl". " , , ,0'
Kflt Kriln l Inner linrtt ntnl nnu nru
of land at MoKlnnry if not
Privately by March lMh will bo sold
at auction on tho premises on that
dnt.' to highest and best bidder. This
Ih tne Old Ooorgo'Oheni place,
J. N. CASH. td.
J- D. Steenbergcns soils, builds, re-!
pair and ndjusts scalo at rock tint-'
lnin ,,rcw. Sl.e utra for price boioreMr. D. Goes to London where he will
- " u- AMr Cri,, Orchard, Ky., Inspect lumber.
13-N. I Mrs. .Margaret Gormley is quite ill.
i rK. Oormley Is one of Crab Orch-
nmuiwinoiuniiu uu wtiun ol u rountrr .ard'i oldest Inhabitants, being S3 year
MDI yutinucwm iiiuucii it i vxti dimut ui I
piwcruira niu rtiuninM. uia vj cuatiuiir inm
sn;UM ijuprema titirru ta Tt wwtiiuttoruii i-
-- - tl.i-NfuM KHiulrM mnitltulionftl trMtmeaL L.
JttttSSZh L1,."'". I
i:iT',.,Vri,KY co-ToWk0t,0 I
al. Ilftrf - 1 -IMWCTOIUIIillT'
Fnnk ltout is up tho 1.. ft N. nuik .
start at on Co m grading tho lawn and.
nutting out graii.
Five abates of Lincoln County Nat
ional Hank stock wero told nt auction
Mondny, Dr. J. F. Peyton getting four
at 1200 while J. F. Plcunnti paid
fl'Ol for one. This stock belonged to
Iho estate or the into Mrs. A. (1. Huff,
. M rm inn . r t f rt a uia tiijv tnnni in innrii i - - nHii n n .t n min-t r nttn mnnn rn tzr- ... . . . t inm iniinui brMiiAn iii, ..a i
TO GATHER HERE
EVERYTHING READY FOR DIG
CONVENTION WHICH MEETS
IN 8TANFORD FRIDAY.
Dlndom Lodge, Knlgnta of Pythian,
I making elaborate preparation for
the reception, and entertainment of
the District Convention of thla great
order On Friday, March 17th. IxkUo
meetings nro being held almost cvory
night this week, taking In members nnd
making final arrangements for tho big
gathering of Pythlnaj expected hora
far the convention. Among the latest
to go In this week nro James Hurls,
A. P. Sloan, George I). Florenco, M, c
Carpenter, Welch Rochester. Nearly
every business bouse In town will be
decorated In Pythian color in nonor
of the big occasion.
Arrangements have tiecu tciuiu w
the bKnquot to be held In tnn ntnnford
Upcraliouse Friday owning. Tho spp-
ll'Cr will bo served by Mrs. Joseph
Friday Afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Welcome nddrcss I, N. Mcnrfce,
Jr.. H. I). (1. C.
Response Ilev. F. M Tinder
' lleMi-E; from lodges of the district
lxcinpllflcntlon i-f secret vvorl:--!
J. W. Cnrter. G. K. It. S.
, GixmI of the onler, Members.
I 7 p. M.
i Conference of degreo In hall of Din-
After this the banquet will u kIvoii
reputntlon and a feU of oratory ill j
jo had a well iu. gatnmoinlo
n 1 M r
utuir,-. i ma wttrv ai uhau
ORCHARD BAPTIST CHURCH '
trail Orchard March 1...
A protracted meeting begin at
im- run urcunrii napusi i-iiuth mm
Sunday evening conducted lv Kev.
W. P. Wllke. of Heron. Good crowda
iv iii ,.r inM.Mn,..ri. ri.UMi..n,i,,.
". ' .......... ......wi j .... .ai.,fi-i.,,
Mr. Alfred Daviii re obrated ll a SUth
birthday Frldu) by spending the day. as kinc,. Nebraskn, Io"a and other
IH-lviiti. i,H ,iiuihier Mr Chi-iIk Coverl8,'l,p,J wtst show an occasional crop
., '. .-... n ....uu-.-.i
,, , . .;, -. ' .,
ninn uiuiik mo nun uiu riuiiiii-uwu'fni,,,,, should order enough seed would tomP tnough would generally
many moro happy return of tho day. lrom there to give It a fair trial inUl,,r'P off and nm nt the sign of n
Mack Bird bought a building lot I Kentucky. The corn crop In thl conn 1 crowd, many of which wero half grown
from W. II. Hamilton for J100, and
will soon build.
8. J. Tatem 1 nblo to b0 out again,
after an Illness of rheumatism.
Speed Mason of near Dripping
Springs, is crlticnlly 111. ,
r.--. ... ..T
Mrs. Lena Napier who haH been
taking treatment at the Sanatorium. I
I now tnklnc a course of tralnlnc for I
a trained nurse In that popular Inst, i "V l "'" CV" f'"r 'tM A sympathetic strike of tho engln
tutfon. I Col. l. Holmes, or LouWvlUe. a wm oxpected to follow the action
Mr. Arch Anderson has gone to veteran commercial pilgrim with man,. of,'le f'romen', ... , . , .. .
. .. .I,. year, of faithful service to his rrolit I The hnve notified the official" that
iiiiii in ii tin iiiiimji'i niir iiiii.
W. It. Dllllon of Cednr Creek, ha
rented bis farm to owland and Seott. '
o( ago. SO of which she has been a
. , . ..i..
as been a
t out the
iiuvui ui nno in.i.v.
Mr. Manuel, who bough
, ......... ., ,.. -
, 8,au,"",mul101 "- "I,wlHIBh School ball team thl oason.
tlmo R' howc nn l J' ,nnn ' the work of Arthur Long having prov-
razor known to bo over a hundred, so J Pat Ho-1
Csm imen of "S cSS Innd'l ,i"nno"' th rent ,ltC,'er nQd M
f no "pwlnien of the cutlers handl- , Frankfort, ,. negotiating I
"UIU Ul lll UlUUli lllllU. 1
Tho Crab Orchard Graded School Is
,ir,1ri,asinlr ... ,,..,, liniiPr tho man
Fully nlno out or every ten caiioiv.ni ci,,.i i,ii,,...i A..rii i-.n.
qr rheumatism Is simply rheumat'sm I
ot tho muscle duo to cold or damp, '
or chronic rheiimntlsm, uelthor of .
which requlro and Internal treatment.
all that 1 needed to secure, relief U .
free application of Chnmberlaln'8 llu) ,
raent Give It a trial,. You aro or
tnln to Lo tileusod with tho nu ck re..vlu" me uemuaruiic niniuaiuti gu iu
Uof vyhlch It uforda. Sold byG. L.
- 7 .- .. . - - . "
Tbo ChrlJtlan church Sunday school
bad only 104 pupils present Inst Sun
day. Tho ladles of the Christian church
will give an oyster supper nt opera
house next Frldny evening nt '7 o'
clock Kvcry lover of the Master's
cause should nttend without fnllure.
.Miss Kthel King, or Anderson coun
ty Is visiting friends and relatives
around her former home Olympian
Horn, In it week to the wife of Mr.
John W.nlls near Geneva a beauti
ful 9-pound daughter whose name Is
I.nt0 advices from Miss Ilettlo Lo
an says who Is charmed -Winn tho
south nnd especially with Crystal
1'hc vlllnce of Geneva continues to
grow nnd new lou are being staked
eff nnd sold almost every day. Moore
and son tho blacksmiths nnd wagon
makers are rushed wlt:t buslnerfi. The
general supply storo of G. H. Floyd Is
busy all the time. Thcro I a very at-
tractive capitnl prlite that ha. not
been drawn yet.
A man giving hi name as Irvine
Cox was nrreited by Acting Marshal
Mnrahnll Herring nt Hustanvlllo Satur
dny. Ho stnrted to show fight but tho
oIficer Kot to him first nnd took a 44
pistol nnd n ounrt of whisky nwny
rrom him, nnd locked him up.
Thomai W. Koutcn who hn been
visiting numerous Kentucky friends
and relative! boa returned to Now
Cnstle Ind., where bo hold h lucra
tive position V.',. nre nlwayg glad to)
seo incces nttend tho efforts of n
Lincoln county boy nnd Tommle Is one
MlHS Lllla Carle Splendid school
will close tht. spring seaion on Mnrchjcelved gashes on Ill's face, arms and
. . V '-'''"' " -
enteitnlnlng and worth your while.
Uefore another "dvnnce that Is sure
to tomo soon, Invoit in n blue grass
Iiinii, and ho bnppy and live easy nil
most ol the contents. It caught from
a iiove pipe.
t'muestlonnbly the ii.agUtrate of
1. 1.. ,.....!.' ..1,... .1.1 1..
tunltv tn roller In llu. ..lfur,. t.t tho
tnnellne nnlille civo thom i.ra.imi
of all roads In each ones district and
notice the improved conditions within '
th,, rirst month. Make them use
machine crushed stone and river crav.
ol. In ptare of branch hand as hereto-1
nro. Hand broken stone 2 inches In
jlze, will average 1 inches an It has
i.een r. iv,ut morni .. i ..i-
iUKl wagon nil hteer clear of It."
'Hie winter passed without nn lee through the bodv bv a mountain marks ful presence of mind prevented him1
tr0P( ami the fee makers are hnppv In ninn at Glen Mnry, Tenn.. Sunday isjooing instantly killed by a passenger
'tne prospect of a largo increased trade"1 a critical condition at the Somerset train seeing the approaching train, he'
, iho eomlng summer and at a much Hospital. Detectives are riding in the i rolled over Just in time or he would i
better price than usual. cabs with the engineer and firemen 'have been crushed to death. I
lk,rn ,M ,low kl"K of "'l eroict in tlie ol all moving trains, nnd extra guard.) Mrs. Mason Pollard, of Marksburv
llnlta.l S2,m..u iihl..l. I.r... ..., i. nrn hnln.. ulnpeil iilnni. tlirt pnmnnnv'fl , ,.. .t...n.i ..m.buuj,
""; """" "" "up r-Bii-(i in,-
flmmnlnl Inn.n ,..... .... ...l.il.
nimii. i.n lunirin nuiii I'limm wiiif-ii
wan for lm lumi ninm- vn .1..1.1....1
ninklug 15 barrel per acrn. Our corn
l1' '"" ,,r"r a " rieu io o ...iz.,..
.. ....., .w. m.. n-,i.t v'ii-.-. r...
i io,vii uuiiieiti wiurii utri laiiuy il
varlet was .the largest producer asiKuther around the depot. Everywhere
i shown nt national corn show at CoIum.uu nnu nown me nne, sympiun.v hcouibi
Th "',,. n.in'r in. nectnr was in nr,
uur ii.. recently.
nlty last week and Inspected samnloR
t'lij i' i wi-.-iv tiiiu iiinpui:ii'ii Baiiipi-n
Irnm all our dealers nnd from our lo-i
col mills. Flour handled by two firms
here was condemned but the other
nil service to Ms i-rodU
v last week and sold hh
of nice orders.
.. In .. nlln
YII" 111 tllll tilt
1 at UUlIdllUDll
MAY BE SECURED TO COACH LO-1
CAL ball team
n )ci taRen uy fl nulaum. ;
of fan of the city to secure a nro-
y , i
f.r,l,.Hl.1 nnl. tr. .!.. Il.n Clnnf,...ll
"" vuatii iu iiuiu t.u okiiiiuki
to tome here nnd take charge of th,men-
local squad for two or threo weeks,,
jj. & j), at Stanford April 22nd,
Normal' nt Stanford--Mav lath,
St. Mnr.v at St. Jlary. Mny 20th.
Congresimau Owsley Stanley very
ivlboly decided not to make the race
fr goornor ngalnat McCroary, who
will now undoubtedly have a walkover
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Ibollcved for somo time that he would J
AT KING'S MOUNTAIN
AND FRIENDS OF WHITE 8TRIK.
ER8 CHASE NEGRO FIREMEN
FROM ENGINE CAB8.
Negro firemen on tho Cincinnati
Southern railroad have been "living
hard' as ther passed through King's
Mountain, Waynesburg and other
point In this section. Sympathy ev
erywhere up and down tho lino Is
with thc white striking firemen, and
a number of tho negro "scabs" hare
been run nway from their engines by
sympathizers of the white men.
Passenger trains of the Queen &
Crescent routo are being operated
practically on schedule time, but
freight traffic ha been virtually aban
doned. Only on0 freight train passed
Somerset yesterday and it wa without
a fireman, nn armed crowd at King's
Mountain, having forced the firemen
to leave hi cab. A railroad detectlvo
who had been riding In the cnb, sup
plied thc vacnncy and was firing tho
locomotive when It passed Somerset.
The fireman's sldo or tho cab wo
armored with sheet Iron.
A railroad detective wns severely
cut by a crowd nt Onelila, Tenn.
Freight train going South was boarded
nt Oneida nnd the negro fireman wa
removed from tho cab. The detec
tive, who w-as riding in the cab was
ordered to leave, but resisted nnd was
badly cut by members or tho boarding
party. Ho was taken to a hospital
'in I.nvlnrtiin Ito la .Mill tn hnvo re.
, IIUL'K UIIU III IfC III II BUI IUUB LUUU1LIUII
n mhnr rniiniina imv i.een re.
'ported but the firemen at said to haver". ,0 'm
Itiern compelled to quit their poaU nt T"o s'ary Walker Prlco Chapter of
n number ol stations. No tircman onlllle ,T- " u- mp' Monday nlternoon
the fireman slipped out of his cab and I
disappeared before tho engineer uiins-1
ed Mm. I
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eri.u-,1 l.nil trnilinrpfl n thn" slnllnn in'I'Sl't and will very likely be cleaned
vairh the irnlna h.ibs. nnil n n freluht :
passed carrjlng a negro fireman a
shot rang out from the engine caD'"' ""k '" cm-.?in Jamo-j j
ind whistled by a Science Hill citizen.1 August and John Calico for k
Tho fireman thought the crowd was a -'usln Ivan May at Huckeye.
mob after him nnd la said to Ii.ivp!
filed to scare them. Tho train was i
fctopnod and ho was taken orr and ;
mi.i t.. i..nv,. tivn nt nro
Detective .lamoi Carl, who was shot
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If.llf r, ll'O V
..f... .. ..., ' ui.-c, tiuu uir rearli uleeulni? tn llf.nth
Sheriff Alet'artv went to Klnc'e'rnllo.1 1.. i...-i... St h '" " .aln
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Mountain bu found that no violence
wan being attempted against tho nc-
sroes. Tile colored firemen wlw
Ordprfl wpre rocolvecl bv tho acrent at
w..o ... w...bH . .... ,,.. ..
MrlCfmmi- nnt tn nprmlt n crowd tn
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tn ).. nnllrnlv U'llh the strikers nnri I
against the railroad, but there seemi;
to be no desiro for violence on the
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,uri "l m,y " i". " ""''
itrations seeming to be moro for er-
Im to scare off tho scabs than any-
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te rhk Is too great and they will not
lnov a wheel even under guard. Drake
men on tho Ire also delivered them-
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comnnny took steps to remedy the;
situation nt once thev would strike In ;
.sympathy with the firemen. (
Several machinists of Somerset who I
have teen discharged becau mey re-J
have nppealed to their union, nnd ai a ,ca on for appendicitis or something ot
r8Ult ,ho n'ncnlnists may follow suit.)" inUr?d nature,
Tho Queen and Crescent has issued or Jriend are glad to learn thnt the
fira thnt liQ liotiroei be I) DCea OH (llllY ,
north of Cfcattanooga and the employ", offered a stroke of paralysis is In-
'"cnt ot white strikers bo pushed. Tho 'orrect Reports llk0 people in all
'S ft"; "? ZSl ! Tue N 'iSnWSd a 'cTAr
- "S. toovW en? $X&?& vT$ C o t
to forcibly aid the cau.e of tho flro j flatwood neighborhood, sold n mare
Are you frequentIy hoarseT Do i
: aw deloat ahead of him In a primary.
n ''lotion will be held this fall to
(choose bis successor.
Chnaiberlaln'a stomach end liver
tablt-bi nre safe, sure and rellablr.
nnd have bee praUcd by ttou&anda of
j women who have boon restorod to
nuiiu iuruunu iiieir kcuho uiu uiui
curative properties. Sold by O. U
Keg Of Beer
13 AT DEPOT AWAITING A CLAIM
Several of tho "boys" of town nre
"in bad" on a keg of beer which was
ordered from a New Albany llpuor
house last week, nnd which they se
cured for tho purpoo of having a Httlo
celebration, which howovcr, did not
pan out. It Becms thnt they sent a
forged telegram to the Indiana house
for a keg of beer to bo shipped hero
by express, using tbo namo of tho
agent of tho house who makes his
headquarter In Stanford. The cost of
tho telegram amounted to about ll.GO,
which tho agent wa asked to pay tho
next day, when It developed that he
wa Ignorant of th order, so he had
the agent hold th0 beer, and It Is still
at the depot according to the last re
ports, with no ono to tako it back. Th
boys arc all said to be under age.
It haB been suggested that Agent J. S.
Itice, on behalf of the railroad ait tlon
off tho keg of beer to the highest bid
dcr, as Is usually done by tho railroad
In tho caso of unclaimed freight
though somo seem to think that U1I3
might bo Infringement of Stanford's
local option law.
W. n. Uurton bought a nice road
u.-,n . .-1l,,. ti " i r,
nor. of Uiarles Dean, of lower Gar
fil i p iii?, i purchased of
tlrculf court has entered upon Us
second weelt here. 1 tin liielro .la
&t this term. Two murder cases will
":omr,'!l i!lat of S(lIre Tankersley
Ed Collier son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Colllet of this place Had n harrowing
uxpennece one da recentlv in thc
citv of Menmhio uh.,. v," ,i.i
lucrative position. It was Ms wonder.
,.., uiiHimiiB it torn recent v cut tnn'uun ana iierca. kv.
.Iak .. . r . ... .. w " .
-- l'i.;l'.UU ill
averted all danger. aay mornlnK or Loul'ivllle whore sho
Mhs Alberta Anderson was hostess "' do scw Bpr,ng shoPPInS
for the "Tueday Afternoon Club" the' 'Mlss Vivian May is visiting friend
past week. The home was inviting by!nt Lebanon and Gravel Switch.
wsn. nnd John and Oahrlol Wnl.I
, . -. - ,
tefS nave purchased tho pntlrn etnlr
'"ira jure of I. a. Hurst and tho
- " " i vvauers- ftirnt.
The Cfcoutnuqua Circle met Wemioa.
day afternoon at the home of Miss
--..-- ..v i.. iiui.it "I inius
ie nernuon on Lexington street. lever.,
Ke. R. M. McCnsh. of Des Moines ' A- ll- Mathenv bought a calf of
l0W delivered n most excellent lc'J11:? Campbell for ? 19.
turu S.indnv eveninir nt th i'i,.i.i
church. Subject "The New Patriot."10 R,rl Loil,so-
isn.." latriot-, WaUcr nonprtB nnd c,auUo naUeyi
The MUslon Study Class will meet!
, . . - ,. o;"i:;;ullnK OI K0,nK to Illinois.
Is woeek Sander u ,,. rook tno c,evor Maywood
" ,,' Buc..,. sfll, , , r .. ' Maeksmlth. has been allowed a patent
,,' , "toro suceebful operation? on a uheelright machine It Is verv
lime been nerformei nt the i nn...e. .'.'' l"..b"1 n,"L""'f- s very
ueeii perrormed nt the l.inonc.
IPI hosp tal this week. Mr. Wlai
"' who has been qui to a sufferer
or "io time submitted to opera
'"m nniJ his recovery Is now hoped
or- 'Is Ida Pollard daughter of
the late Marshal, Pollard win onernt.
1 !-. n f m ..
" "1 H I. U. WaiKOr fiav 111?
nan10!:," T '? l- Q" "' MeuheY paPen ! here """"' " "W
ban of HvnttHvllla lm.n.h ,,.i- i .. ' . .. . ... . ..
mulni of ItoHoii for f 325.
Pearce I here for n nrotraete.1
visit with Mr and Mr. W. A. Price,
Mr. A. n. Denny ami daughter Mr.,
K. I.. Owsley Is In Lexington visiting!
Mrs. K. D. Potti. Mr. nnd Mr. Wood i
a Ker aro at tomo from a sojourn,
In Florida. Mrs. Ilettlo Purdott. of
anoiuyviiie. is vltltlc; Dr. and Mrs.
WATERS WINS THE
WILL REPRESENT HIGH SCHOOL
AT BLUE GRASS TOURNAMENT
John M. Hail Waters will roprosent
tho Stanford High School In tho IJluo
Grasg High School Tournament decla
matory contest which will me held
at Springfield early In Juno. Ho was
declared tho winner at tho contest
held In tne opera houso hero last
Friday ovcnlng and the Judgo' se
lection wns a very popular one. Mor
rison nrlght was given second place,
and will go a alternate to tho big
contest. The Judgeii were K. S. Al
corn, W. H. Shanks nnd W. II. Wear
en. The contest was ono of tho nicest
arfnlrs of tho kind ever held here,
nnd wa attended by a large crowd.
There were nlno speakers nnd intec-pc-rsed
between tlio declamation wero
musical numbers which added greatly
to tho entertainment of tho evening.
Hvery speaker acquitted himself
very creditably, and every point had
to bo well considered by the Judes.
The effort of these young
men provo that there Ha somo line
oratorical talent in the rising genera
tion In Stanford, and but little develop
mem will be needed to make finished
speakers of several of tho boy3.
Waters' mibjcct was "National Apos
tasy," while Urlght declaimed 'The
I Cuban Itefugee."
and their favorito speakers, adding
mucn 10 mo merriment ana pleasure
0r the evening.
Mr. W. S. KImberlln Is down with
W. S. Armstrong bought a cow of
Henry Meadows for 40.
J. J. Cozatt bought 13 nice stoats
r Mr' C' D IIaean last week.
J,r- Jodl KImberlln, of Yoseinlte,
ii visiting his parents Mr and Mrs
v I K-imhSriin
1,r S H' westerfield and son and
daPlter are visiting lelatives in Lon-
"t n,,l ll.a T tr tj- , r. m
-Mr. anu .lirs. J. H. Brown left Tues-
. e A,u
Several of our farmers In this sec-
tlnn nrn hntrlni. n,,nn1.n nf .n..
-" "v ..uiint, uiuibaa 11 viicuil
Horn, to th0 wife, of I- P. Cook, a
ff 1M- nna
cleverly gotten up, and shows thnt
lt3 invfiitc 'Is po;t fcr.ied of more
than ordinary mechanical ability.
Prayer meeting every Friday nigh
Sunday School hero on each Sabbath.
Itev, Cokor, tho pastor, will preach
every first Saturday night, Sunday
and Sunday night at the Daptlst
Mrs. Jamog N. Doone hn.i been sick.
Mr. W. O. Watts ha been very sick
or heart trouble but ts much better
Mrs. Ninnio Smith, of Rowland, has
been visiting Mrs. F. M. Campbell.
Miss Dollle Owens, or Ilrodhoud. visit
ed Mrs Hob Roberts. Mr. nnd Mrs.
n.tl.r, ITHaw nf T..n,ln.. 11... ..Il
Pointer, who has been telegraphing at
Rowland has returned home. J. 1'.
Larnotte U buying tobacco horo. Ho
"as nl,ou' 18'000 "
,,ny frow a 1-2 l0 c 12 cel,t3 per
Ureon Sutton and wlfe'ofiProat'hor...
tlllo visited her mother
Herrln at Quail last weokT
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