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The Stanford Interior Journal
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 22.
8TANF0RD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
'111 YEN 1 I llllililU.icani, nml nil wore Invlsh In thclr!CET much ENCOURAGEMENT IN
i J tompllmcnta upon th0 splendid jhow-l LINCOLN COUNTY.
DIADEM LODGE PROVES H08PIT-,nB mml by DInJom ln iM ftmI othcr .
ADLE HOST TO CONVENTION
Thoy came, they saw, thoy conquer
Tho annual contention of tho!wa,, W for th '"' vtalt0 "Uh "
KnlRhU of l-thlas of tho 16th District
wan rnvnllv rntirtBlnpd bv Dlnilmii:
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"W 0""ru on it rriuuy, ..u
tho grand lodge officer.! and host of
visitors left declaring that not In many
years had they seen a district conven
tion so splendidly conducted, or so
lavishly and hospitality entertained.!
And tho grand officers further declnr-
ed Hint Diadem's record of thirty now
members elnco tho first of tho year
j record of the nnuaU of Pythian
u. wimn m .... wmur mm.
villus Ul l'.llliuniii.niii miu
In a lodge
a 1M , .
Just how much tho splendid lodge
i. .i..i i. a i...... ....ii ,.. n..i.l..
.o M.h ....... ..u .. ".... ... .- ,nrmir ,,r utnenster louge. to nK;,unl y,Mcu m,,klng tho brilliant
purimsfs of the order ns n wlol nro )u)o ,,,e,llR upon thp BatherlnB. ,omiK )nwycr vcr, MronB out in U.o
nppreciat'ed nnd understood. wn. ex- At ,,, COIK,(liIUII of ,U. )Blt.r cour8C, fln( nm, lhpro 0l Ul0 8 llt.
uipliricil ftt th0 banquet In tho oen- ,h tonR,mluitor cnII(Mi ,, pTanil chaMfc (() m ,,0 ,R vcrv
U.K. whtn fair women nnd bravo men clmni.cllor ,, S!n(lo , rt1(0nj , Jnpoln c)un and w .
gntberrxl around tho festnr board, par- , l(lIlit. ..Kot, ,, K(rplllK ,, nr . b , )t ,iy n )UnilW ma
took of refreshments, dnlntlly prepar- m(,,u Now -. Mr SInllo lmH ,.,
A.l n.l Hur. A.f nml tlinM ltafftllf.il In
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wordsof eloquence from soiii(. of Ken-1,
Uicky -most Klileil oni. ii wns
early next morning before tho taut
tenst hnd response nnd tho guonts took
t.ulr luvo of thoir Pythian host,
unanimous in mo uecinrnnon mm. hui
III )enrs hns Stnnronl nnd n more nru-
until or reprrscmnmo nssemuingo. or
wlinmsed n moro delightful entertain-
ment of tho kind.
(Irani! Chancellor. It. L. Slade.
Crnnd Keener of Records nnd Seals
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J. ii wrter, oi i.cjjnM.f. i.f."u
ic vimiici-uur ii. .. "."
Versailles nnu rasi urana v nnncrimr
no.u at hip khiku ruu... v i.,-.-.........
A number of representatives wero pros
ont from other I.Hlgw In this district,
nnd from sister lodge In th state
., . h , . ,,, -ii mn,..
""d ?7r..,h,:,T-'"'J,K.!L IT, "
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Ing nccoinpllsbod by Pythlnnlim. DIs-
trlct Deputy Grand Chancellor John
Mvmifep, Jr.. called tho open ses-
slnn to order In the afternoon, and
said a few short but timely words of
welcome to th0 grand Jodgo officer
O II. Pollard, or Jackson, nrnved i.inlgm 0 lruy that ,8 words seemed fiom Wnvno rounty whero sho hns ct,iidrcu's party for her little nephew
early In tho nlternooon so ni to bo Jnillrwlp M lt were by t,10 Mty ,Uea, bttn with her dmiRjiter Mrs. V. ( . Ba8t,n nnd Mgg a, Accn
present nt tho formal opening oxer- nm, Mvlnllmn of 10 Pthlan creel K 'ndt 'nklS nT, v'r fSm Mnrcel- I'ePtw 1'nyetto county. A dainty
rlPi nf tho convention, which wero .. .., i ,.. .. e r i i... . J O. it-nKin wnf over i"u -niin-ti ....... ,..
. . ... . uiig innsiu'i mumi-u, uuj i... tn .p hIs tinuKliter Mri rltz- luncneon was serven to un: in
and delegate, to tho convention, which ,)Ut Grand Vice Chancellor II. A. riito!
r.. ntiinrii- r.,wn,tfwi i.v nmnrt.
"v'" ' " "'
fi..nMiin. mnrff. T-i. mil .. P-.1I.H
,.,...., ...-v. ... .-.. ..--
showing dtlegntes presont from many
of the lodge, in h district, nnd re-
ho lodges In th district, nnd re-
ports were nfterward mode by tho
L." .::..." .::"m;-. VZ
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M-; by Grand Chancellor H. U. Spit
lei the lodge of Crab Orchard, which
lias only recently been organized, nnd
many of the onthuMa.tlc members of
ll.l. Ifwlr,.. v.,r ,.ro..nl In lh f.Vf.nll.1!
to benr imt the word or their mem
this lodBO won- prtMcnt in the
,.vnlng to besr out tho words of thoir
Chmirelmr to the emhiiataiin
wweh is mattiionted in tno I'jimnn
11. J. Joup brought nool words thlims" Thefo wero tho sublects of tho . nnn ! ?rU" . ,d to '.; ).' "
,,:,.,, .. , ,..... . lnmn inefo wero ino buujicis oi nm dltrj, , otn wt 0p))O te thn for
froin Normal t.l IwU nt Illcamond. rw,pon(,0 of Mr Schoborth nnd ho nm mor ones and the two will orect .lwel-
wnioii nns uoan rejuvenawu niter .1
niuiiilxTH taken In recently Good
n,ws also camofrom tho IRtlu lodge
nt Ford. In Clark county Tho lodgo
nt mint I.ick has prnctlciuty diiinte-
grated however, through tho memners
placing their membership In tbo Un-
caster and Richmond lodges. Mr. Car
tor rtiwrled thc Valley View lodge In
Tne grand lodge nfilcors paid
special nnd daserved trlbuto to the
part which has been done In tho lodge
lforo by MessrH Menofoe, W. H" Wear
en and Jack Beazloy. Other short
'pooches le'llng of Pythian enthusiasm
poecnes le'iing oi t'yunon ciuiiusiaain
in various lodges wero made, by llev.
; .!.... - 'I K.ii. an n
rv. ft. IIIKKU.P, II, yiUDhuni v i. .-
clay, of the Corydon. Ind.. lodge Mr
Wblttlnghall, of Owensboro, nnd B. T
Kpoonnmore. wro I, a ...ember of .,
lodgo at Kansas City, Kansas, though
unw i rosldeut of Lincoln county.
Brand Keeper or IU'corili and Seals
Cnrter unvo tho membei-b a most Inter
who hnvo crossed tu0 uarK river.
Iu tho evening before an Immense
rathorlng of Knights In tho lodgo room
Mr Carte exemplified tno secret worK
of thoordor.-nnd thon tho degroo team
-.,.nr v M Bricbt 6f tho Lincoln
insbior W. M. lirignt oi mo .incoin
County NuUoiml Bank, being the can-
dldnto who wns thus fornally Induct-
cd into knlfhthood Afany words of
..!!... f..1l- i n tnrf ilnnn liV iYti .... . .. ..l.i . ....l.ll.. OK.. fnptiiAPlv !l Mlfl4 PlflKnr. RTlll ik. ir....l.A.ia .mn nrnmnllv nflld tn
Widows and Orphans' Homo nt Lex . ,. ., ,in ,, ,,i,,,.i i.v. auction to Jns. Lester, Walter Martin B.lont th( croator part of her life in nl Tdow. through Mr. G. A. nunnitomn,on school
Incton nnd tho great good It is nccoin-i " '"" ' """ ," ",,,. nf ,,)nn'd Clarence Powell for 05. Oarrnnl. Bha left four daughters- M;s recorU ,(ee , about te ,layl ot
nlUhlngforthonoodyonesofKnlBbts. ,,:Z';,,:, . ' i":; to t.ko'... ,B"", ' S " .."'io Zw'0b tnV IT108 V:. """.?: 4 ' ll "IT ZT after tho death proof were sent lnabl? bi. .dings t
praise wero heard from llio grand
lodgo officers nml visiting brothers
lonturcs oi tno worx. ,
Whllo tho secret work was being
put on In tho lodgo room, tho Indies otjBtato nomiuatlons Inst week, both of
tho knights nMcmblcd In tho roar par-,
lor of tho Stnto Hank &. Trust Com-
pany, whero nn Informnl reception
lrcccntlon committee composed of
w,vo of oc kn,K,ltll welcomlnK Ul0
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visiting laaics. ii was annual iu uuucni
P(immi. i. WB1, iraost 1(1 oV ock
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before thn lodge work was completed
nnd the knights called for tho ladles
to accompany them to the banquet
Tne opcrft n0u,c had been beautiful.
lf -ecorated rthlan colors of blue
)cIow nnd rpdi tho soakers' table
pIncr(, n fronl of tho B(nKo nn, ,u
()n(, tajlCll pIace(, )c ,enRtn ot n
lnrR0 baMt ,accH wcre ,nIl, for 215
and there wero only six vacant senls
In tho building when loastmanter J
UMrelnnd called upon Rev. O P. llu-l.
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rn uiiniioii nmonc I'vuunns or i.eeu
,. ()n nm, ,,,, ,,,, n fpWj cKnt
.Pn..,lrwl wi1H, imt ,e,.n nccomi.lish
C(, ,, wllHt IIlny bt. ,,y H(lcklnK ,
,,,, ,,,,,, nioUo. ,Io waB ni.ornlly
npplaudvil when ho at down, nnd nf-,
, ,,.,., .,...,. , ,i, innm -
, W. ...... J.U..VO. ....V.. .ft.". . . .v.(
,.,.,, wa continued with
ri.,,ptmfic hy Past Chancellor O. II.
,.,, to tout .Thc HUtory ,,
AchloifmonU nf Pvthlnn Knlehthood .'
,., Innr,. , .,.., r,luIlliPIi in ,,f,!b
Jlr ji0nri Ucoply grounded In tlu-lbo
... ... . .. . .. ... ....
,,i.., , n-.11ii.i,,t ,,t ,ua
older miJ tu delightfully and most
Instructively of Its progress H0 's "
fnUieu orator ana n ovo wth Pyth-
trnnsterred to Clnrgow. whero fto Is ,,a,rick Sunday.
(,0,nR cI1(M worx for 0 Mn8tpr Mr Wm ,,, of ArknRa8 U1W
ah s,or lf t0 ,,rcBUytpr,an c.urch. UUpb hi, daughter Mrs. C. C. Govor
. ,kew,a0 ln .,. .,eid of p,ihlauliin ,,aHl we,'k-. Mr Hml,.h '" R.nlnB ln, ' '
nnl "Kcvua0 "' Ult "em ' ,jri",BI,,,u,lRoodB iiih ness at Perryvillc.
tb" ncxt 'pea hU l0Ml bc-' Master Hobert FUzpatrlck has been
lnK .iuo Mlln wUn . 8mll8," ,,0
po,ntod ou( that u ,8 tno man wh,
wonrs s smile on his fnco tttd fell
,.,. hnr, whn , ..,.. .uccpsisful In
, ..,.... wnlk. ot ,lfe ... ..
me various wain oi me. no oven
dpclarpd thal lt 8 tlus man wUh tllt.
mlo wno lt moal Bcco.gfU n love,
ocrtn, wno lOllowea mm, aeaareu ina
no ,iaa nllcP tnal Mr -vviggins
,-., unrn ,. .mii -on.iHurni.i.. lnr.
,,.. , R,nnfnr,, , ,., ' innp.l.
, , stanford , .' lon,
bachelor. Hut th oung d,v.o!
80mc D"or- al"'
'r "' ?.. .
" nZTth. tte , Z!
nn, (,10 ,,ache
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achelor taunts or tlie two
rtpro r01in,wi 0ut by Toadmnster lie-
, d uh ,,ec!arcd mt ,,ark , ,
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iiiiuriiiiuumi h.'ii iiiii'ii viiciuiiiiT'ii u
Mr n,gBII8. niidr0ss wns a boautl
;fU Ulo.1Rllt throughout and In hi
preoonltJ(in ho ,,!,! 8ncoro and tmich
lns triiulto to tbo "Frlend-hln Charit
n...i n.n....ninn..." r .i, r,in. ..r i...
niirioj these nttrlbutes of true Pvthlnn
,. .,,, ,...
T0 Iast M' tho ,, wa.J taVea fbT. few dys
Is such n master,
that of Hon. Chnlrcs Hardin of Mercer'
wnoao toc wa8 "Tho Secret Prlnei.
,,,-. Th, WH8 a mUnK conclu.Ion t(,
del,Klltful day Thoso deeds of Friend
.hl ,,,.. nni, i,nvoinP .vhipi.
'..'.,,... ,. ..
.re ..ut ..naiuiu .u,... .u v.... -....u,
to U It Z . 'oft he, d 'or Vc to :bnTh; little three year old child of
i.,7.VlL. h.4 i IMiv and Mrs. J T. Condor wm burned
clarity and kindness. thes It re.l iftMay .
wltth othcr deeds or utto cnaracter
which go to make tho unseen prlncl-
,. ... ... a. .1,. ,.nn. .i.
ritl Ul l. ID VIUli, llio IU
..i-i. ..- t.- 1...11. . t.,nni.
' . . .T.. nfA nnnl.pn Mp
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,f.j, ..i. j.iAM..An,f.. .tilth, hla tnvt
Hardin dealt eloquently with his text
Md oucbwJ a w.u fte exposltIol, ho
made w,th the lilgher things which ro
o up mm mA 8llUgtlinco
nf tbo Pythlanlsm.
Tho Woman's Missionary Society
tho Methodist church of Stnnford
,, n.act. nld ork (n ,i,3 new or -
Knlzaton composed if the members
or tllu wolk ln bth tho homo and the
rorolen societies. This Is tho first
tueitlng of tho fiscal year, and tbo
n-w financial ,,ns vvUt bo oxphilned.
,,..,. ...i. nir.nnii i.t nn.i von are
,m wnk nmppeij out. and von iue
i.(,(ai. Con'- preoptic i ho hour
a opening. Mr J' J Dickey, 1're'
rB. c lt loloroan Bee
- -- - - ci " . - iM'truiir! ii iiiLVtf ut ( u, v.,v-.- -
Two State Candidates
Stanford had tho honor of entertain-
ii1K two candidates for democratic
wnom t00lc llko stiro winners In thoir
rcspectlvo races. Thoy wcro Jion.
a Jt i0ard, of Jnckson, who enmo
Mid the Pythian banquet, and
,. ,.. t v.iu...,i. r rni.vllln
' 8ttturilBy ,', Middles-
Although thero aro n number of en
tries in tho Attorney General's race
.Mr. Pollard seems to bo making n win
nlng race In this part of tho statu
nnd hlg location maket him an ex
trcMeiy formidable candidate, and nno
who will bring great stiength to tho
ticket khould ho bo nominated.
For n long tlmo Mr Kdwnrds had no
opposition for Lieutenant Governor.
anu on,y rccently has n candidate nn
0UCP,i ngalnst him. Although from
KVilU-. Mr. Kdwnrds huB tho honor
1, LI.. .. ii,i..ii.. nnM,-,i to
"" ' " """- "
fj mhMf bo(, Jmr 2.ycaPnM
j.aks for n rol price.
feonator It. L. Hiibblo sold a 3-yonr-
nM i.ick ior loou.
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Mrrl pn i.uco nas uecn on mo mck
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an , -' ' ' ' ";". " H; " "
' .ir ,.., MokVplinlo Is nblo to
out ngnln nftor n few weeks III- .
mi. ngnln nftor n few weeks III-
,1. f,n..n IlflllArlU la (.ltfll- Ifl
woVk ,, ,no c. N 6. & T. l K. 11.
Ub soon nH tho strike Is bottled.
Mr8. ; j Sloan has returned
vlslllni: hlH .rnn.irnrents In Unrraiu.
It M hat sold to wm j.oauej
nlno Hl,oatB averaglng .5 lbs for :
u J I)p,aun bought of II. J. Coco-
' nougber a six year old mule for 17r.
..in" ho for I -s
t Danvlllo one horso lor jji.ii.
,. a Km sold to Jewel! & Co. ot
i...v rt,rw " ." y '.''.-'
wnmore inroo wraoi at priceii ru..B-
Ing from $33 to f 120
IJ. Cr o, ' "ma r?Z
W. J. Dcliaun tiougnt oi .virs r-mma
fnr":,r, "rn", rX'S-l
A l. 1.....-kl ftliA U IT !
" '"8 1CU l
i.i ut'i. in.ii:
Powell Harmon A: Mnves tne popu
lar Perrvvlllo merchant, hnv,. opened
up n w$ JM,, uXl
KlVoJllS lOtUtllod frotll l)UlVIIP
nftor selecting n full line of Spring
llurnan Uerstnt of HollliiB
Ih having a now residence orecti
S-ontli Perrvvlllo Street.
Clurencu Powell bought of the
Loin- Brothers, t-vo lots nnd Ei Pre
MriiiK to build
-.."c.ro..-,.lo."(1i r. ?ir... ...
Rev Host Is able to bo out again
Mrs Woodson Arnold had nn attack
nonu mrauio Dmumu,, uui .a .-
ter , t ,u M. th(J four
Hear old son of A.ler Harrison, nnd
n great pot Is Just recovering from
nttock of measles. Ho says If he knew
who lheem , h)m he a glVe ciHl ticoreia Dunn of Marksbuir Ih
Mrs. Logan Minor who has been
for Kometimo Is improvelng wo nrep- - "
ulud trl state
lll.r Mnvnr hnv. nillVKll
Jir mij iwwii .hijj.
... .! ..WW..V .'...J- ...w.-.
from th 1, place to wiwo.
jmsior noiuu nnni.iuu u.. ....
un attack of measles but 'a convnlTc
. nl.n.V nf nif.n.1fa 111., Ill rnnvn flfP
la P.Um llnrvAif MfinnAP nnnnr
'.Vth itVs. a. A. K.rklanu
Mr nnd Mrs W (' Crawford and Mrs
II. O. l'rpwlat of this place were visit
,lm: the fimlly of Mr. and Mrs 11. ('
Williams of Lnwrenccburg last week
The Porrvllle Creamery building
I T0 Uuslonvlllo ltnller Mill Com
pany a corporation under the law
fcUrt of lCnt..cltv diiig ''"0; '
u,e town ' Hiistohvtlle , KcntMcVv.
e ,M, , , Uf l(ll.,rP.g ns ,
rnrl ,, ,(,, i re-son- vln-c'n'"
cnin t it 'U "'" '',.''
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DiiDMcn Tn nrATUiLlck- Dr Bnd Mr-M-K- Denny nnui .
DUKNEU 1U ULAiniRon, Wnm nnd Snm nnd Miss Koto',!? ncre,i ft ! being hid i
It r ..., - i i . mi ln our c'tJr "r' ' ' "Pes Is now I
LITTLE JAMES KINNAIRD MEFTS
HORRIBLE FATE, WHILE
AT PLAY GARRARD
t.nncnster Mnrch 21.
The cnllro community wns greatly
shocked whin tbo report was circu
lated that little James Klnnalrd hnd
died Thursday afternoon from tho so
tore burns he had received that morn
Ing. Tho bright, happy little lad was
playing near nn open grate, and his
clothes Igniting, tho panic stricken
child rushed out Into the yard.
ltobert, his 12-year-old brother, with
great presence of mind, seized a lino
hose, nnd turned tho water on tho
unfortunate boy, soon extinguishing
flames, but not until the poor Ilttlo
foilow's garments were entirely burn
ed off of him with tlw exception ot
his shoes and ho died soon after.
';'""- """" " ,7,, ', .,
?"!" " '?,!.n c ,h"l "f. .D.r:
Little James II. Jr., wai 6-yenrs-old
iiiiiiairu nnu .urn. iiiiiuiiiu ni
unusuully bright precious boy and wns
not onb the- prdt. ana pet of tho
household but n general faorlto
Ihrouglout the community every pass
or by giving him n greeting, nnd nold
lug mid Interested nnd Kindly convcr
tuition with the nttracthc little fol
low. Much )fiiiathv i felt for the grlet
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Mnckon family In thlb tho firt doatlniin unR borti ln Lincoln county nnd
,n their doloU-d home circle.
Remember weeping iwrcnts "Ho
h not dead the child of our affection.
-.. ....... ni ,i.-, aoi.nni -ii.r )i
n"nd Christ hlmsell
A. w. Ilogers
' rtnn ir stnnfnr.l l vaddlo m.ire for
o L &.
Mr. George M. Patterson th
N. Agent shows some Improvement
ter n weeks' severe Illness
.Mrs. .Mamie Bastln enterUilned
Miss Kdna Knvnnaugn wns tne .iu-
cr the past week at thc Woman's Club
tho subject being "Tho Victorian Aga
or ,ho T1,,1 r McCauley Carlyle nnd
ttu"n- n ,....,, , .
. . - . .
-" w. .v, ..- .. . .....
cum coumy bivc raoveu ucro nnu iu
take charge of the Dlckcrson Brothers
dry coods stock at BryanUvlIle
dry oods stock at urya wui.e
Mr. Luther llaney of lower Garrard
bought ii horse from a certain Uxa-
enster parly for Jl"3.
Dr- U' l'MTC,X PasUr f McUl
., ,,... h , .i..,i (i. ifr,.
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i .i... ..m.. iiinooo r hi. c-rnn.i
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son, Stanley Pearce. of St. Louis, and
, MM thought necessary that an op-
U( r -pndlcIO. be performed,
"Ti, ".T "
1IUU1I Lllll UU Ul..
your poor protection, enn has thU to say of Mr. HeUordo's i , Common 8cllools of Lincoln county,, i''!Lr ??! tr?At i i Z'" """
bought of Crnlg Cnm-I... "Z,w''t m na " "?"" W" Wl LBI2 .""7 tain hnxo been sont out by certain sen
ThTf P. Fr.sb.e wns hosM8'!!--.'"-
' -. Cautauoua Circle r,K"y
. . . t i.n...
n ftrnnnn nr nor iiTiniiMfiiiiii iiumi? ui:
me loiiowiiirt nueimy.. .. .u,...
Lanuuoi given In Stanford Friday ev-
r.L f-l 1 1-..1 1... ........ 1
en,1(; uy Iie ,- r j,.s; Il)ni Charles
eml)K by the K. of I's: Hun. Charles
A. llnruin. T. K Wutsou and Miss
Bottle Walker Burnside, F. G. Hurt
and Miss Kthol Hilton. IL 1). rouilln-
son and Miss Mlnno Margaret Walsh
und Mlssoi Nancy Wallkor, IMna Knv
nnaugh and J L. Frances.
Mr. James Dudderar told a saddle
irs.0 to Woods Walker for 30Q.
,08t hU cntlro dwcllinB ,Utl tne con
"" ,,c1' ,8, 1"
have caught from a doiecuve int
na uuu un ...Bu.m.w- . .-,.
The Klghth Dlstrlc t J
Union met In ""'" Sat rda?
and 8nndny Mnrch 18lh 19th, and the
Convention sermou Bunday evening
President of the Union and enthusl-
astic conscientious worker. ,
I, numher of iincaJlerfaBh aro In.
111,. ro... . n .... of Mr w A.
JU..O. ... "IU Dvv .
l........ 1 Innln
M. Oirann la r.k.
jlr. uarson is re-
VUUUIJ UI f,..vw....
Bardcd aa ttn asprant worth) of the
., ..,.,, ..,,. r,,lnlive
unwu miiu ... ........... .
here hope to seo him a winner.
-.. .AAnloml Ivoca nf lin i-lo.ifli
-" " t " 0 S. toi.
a aa . W -j.. f A (lililnnH HAAS
ner uaugiucr, wro. v.. n. " "
Nashville, Tenn. Sho was In her 87th
yea wag ,vvico married, first to VI1-
' f .. . ..,, . rhnriea Tumor
al Schooler and to Charles rumor.
nnd Mrs. Elliabeth McCaney, of thU
p'c. Thp Interment tooolt place
Arthur Joseph Is at homo from New
yorJ, Chicago and Cincinnati. Mlfs
.. ' !,,,,'' has returned to her obw
mi,i jonnwn ins tuiuni i j
, i.v,nfrlnu nttr a Malt to Miss
Mnrgarot Klkln is nt homo from Oon
('a'.', O' P 'or a spring vnci Hon Mr
(Frank Digging and brido ot I.lnco.n
' .willlljr miu iniillli Il'lULltUO 111 I illUl i
'u"'i -uu 111 iaaiumuu mult.-
duy for tho Smith Denny wedding
Airs, liarry Simpson nnu little unugn-,
tcr Ellzabetll Igan 8lmpson, have ro
, . . ,, .... ,,
turned from a visit to Lexington. Mrs
ueorge iianou or uicnmonu is wun
her mother. Mrs. Bdna Frances. Mrs.
T. J. Prlco will lenvo shortly for n
visit to her sister, Mrs. M. K. Mobloy
of Tallahassee, Florldn. Miss Jose
phine Nunnelley or McKlnney has
been the guest of Mr.Mind Mrs, Jnuies
Dudderar. Mrs. IfOuls Landram, ot
Oanvlllo wns with her mother, Mrs.
N. A. II. Marksbury, Saturday. Miss
pllal Thompfon,. of Danville Is wth
her cousin, Mlsn Halle .Brown, Attor
ney W. I. Williams, of Tulsa Okla
homa Is the guest ot Mr, nnd .Mrs.
LINCOLN COUNTY MAN DIES IN
Travis I)c Horde, a son of John De-
Horde, of this county died at Mar-
shnlltown, lown. Mnrch. l.th nnd his
remains were urougni lor ounai aun
day, sen Ices being conducted nt the
grave In Buffalo Cemetery by Mr. J.
C McClary The deceased was Just
10 years of ago and died ns a result
of heart nffectlon. Ho leaves a wife
leaves many friends and relative! hero! non Itouton. R. C Horton. D. N Por 'K.MLl!L",uriLrtT-n-flI:
(Vsno wm niourn his untimely taking ry, J. L. Koontz. Plat0 Moore. It. K.,a,,d ,, pjtung men b"ck to wwk wl
away. ne wa8 a painter by trade. jSorell. D. Merrltt, H N. , Clnunch, J X navp bf.Pn )f.,o for s01Ptlme Vp un.
,. ., v.n... .. mi,., n,ni,n.
.iinrre fnmti.inv. illpd nt his homo. 4ia
Fast 'Boone street, nt 4 o'clock Friday
""ernooon. of cancer or the liver. M.
"ul)or,le h'"1 bocn B :,c.tlm, of u.'r
Mmbm f0r four jeaw. but his condl-
Thtiradav. ln which he continued un -
til he died. Mr Dcnorde lad lived I In,
tho city only about six months, com-
""-" " " io .iiiiiriiauiuwii iii'io. ,.c,'u""- and (i.iri.imi s nc nion suner inipndrni iy:. rr.. :.... ...' . .
doth rule." ,MMih were narber Wheeler, and J. H. Heeler. UcDorls of v,nIerfro a, Kln .. Mmin.
tiim hn novpr uocome aanseruus uu . ,., . .!... c-i.hinn. ..!. i
h Jr.:.i.v i,.n h. wa taken sud """; "lZ..Z"?" .... ,' ..i: withstanding most of the citizens
nlu :,.," ui; Up wame Irrational n'0""'0! In sympathy with the
nL,s nnd paesed into a comatose condition Ca,dwclrfl. Jr-i including him. thence Cr8, .
HIP IIIIIU1... , " r C3l.l-.. n
lilt IHIU IIUUI UIIIIKJI Ul
, K k npnorde wn8 born ln "'"'."' V'"1 then to the C N O t T
stanfordi Kv .,np iC 1873. e Ilved , u"n ssLTk said rallroarl 1-2 mile
there with his parents until ten years i.j, c me pt No 141( thence ,
ago. when ho went to ( Inclnnntl Kd Sra,U.B including him. thence ttoj
where he marrlpd Miss BesslP Gray. . w. ,"d) n, thence
who survives him. on Aug. 29 1904 Af " "polly I IngletoTs' branch
,pr ving inero several u .c ...
pie miivt-u ' nniuiiiuii mm uiu "'"iv;iizabtth Ooochs oc ud nK her paw,
to Sidney, having the latter place for fCf0 thTjhn Johnn farm ex' -
,h 8 c,t,3J,.,,a8t .Bum,me,r',ff. h .tv 'eluding lt, thence to a point on the
, addition to his wife he U jurvlv- w of th c N Q & T p ,L R
fd by his Parnti. Mr nnd Mrs John , ,., mlIe south of ...iir
DeBorclp. nf Stanford. Ivy., two broth- 13s, line of King's Mountain Grnd -
ers unu uirw .iiwi. j .v ... -
Ijohn DeBorde, Jr. of Sldnoy, o., and
Wood8 DeBorde, and Mlsse, Miry
onrt xtn..frto tiMtordP. of Stanford. ICy
. --";; - r7 "',,, .. mq.,.,i
and Mrs. B. F. Campbell, of Maywood
". . . i..i
hlmeral ervices were nem nt im
home at 8;:t0 o'clocx this mornlnp.
Ivlce was very largely attended by
I - ' ..
.ni.fn.i n . iu-ri ir t rnn itnuiii kiiiii 111
itiiifu luu ifwwj i .... --...
The bodv loft for Stanford Kv ln
fliarco of Mr. DeBorde nnd her broth
(. R (;rny of CMcpf,0 wllo
r,p.l0fi ,1,,, Piv prldnv.
Tho pill !e- ers. nil of vvl "im were
Tho pill le- ers. nil or vvpim were
o.,ployo ot ti MarSl.nltovvn Buegv
' Dun my. woi- Miirs S I. "oyio,
(.ar, , pm)i .losi, Lemp O. F Ml'hil-
himl, ('. M. llo-H. and Fred Woerner.
The Uidles' Aid of
..... .., :,.,..,, ,.d rormiilato
Tuesday to dlscais and formul.ito
ces of tho church and Sunday school
ces of tho church and Sunday school a3 provided by law. and also tho Lin.
..r: .... . u.- .. nvj...imin nnnr.i nf Pdnpntinn ii. pn.hirscd
They determined to have a birthday
i.virt.iv niviu Mnrrb iiKt ill
l-Tiaay nigni marcu jisi an
who, como nre expected to btlng a pen-
ny for each year of ago.
Miss Buth Tanner of McKlnney was
jast week the guest of Mrs. Samuel
Burke her aunt.
Mrs. Grady Levtls who put tho old
factory lot In tobacco Is now a sadder
but a wiser man. He worked al! sum-
Wnilted about 6.000 ppund's ote
weed lost ahll his labor and camo out
owing 3.60 besides,
( ,K M,0, n,l.. nA trntflnf. ltl
"u ""J'l"- " " b. c - - luno me Klltr ui lire , fc. ........ .
.. o...i m.nt.u in .i.i nmnnmi .nuif-i! urhon
,ct . aIter Bunday .oj.
"'ssiuii arm ruiiy iur auiiuaa; ...u.ki.v.b u ... ,..,.w r- ---
. ... . ,. ...,. ..
Mr. and Mrs. John Helm and son,
of Bruiufleld, Ky., wero last weekllar8 wortj,' or taxnhle property aisess-
i . ..
, "" 2ZZ.1 ICZL. ,. hav.n,
I . t.( m
shellv s-treet covered wun oroscu
Mr j, w.
000 Insurance policy hold by
linrkn in tho Knlchts
UUmO l lIllhia
. ... ..... C m.mti.m
inisoruur uui biuu iu c, ...v. v..
ATTENTION HOUSE KEEPERS,
' llMi't unrrv nvpr vour bill Of fare
. uniinv. out eo to market Satur-
day April 1st anil fet cakes, su!adsProved bY said voters. The officers of
chicken, broad etc.. which the ludlo ,ho election wlUmaJio due roturn o'
Christian church will have on Ho ronult of said election nt once af
0u'n,the store room noxt door f'ter sairo Is held. '
- v , . .,,, pai hogins prompt
aj g o'cloclc.
Puiun aown a nice pivement In front
of his home, aftor having ndded n nlco
""""" - wu iwi,
. 'Mr' nnd "a ,clydo Nocl "ro rcr"v;
Ing congratulations upon thc arrival
or a mtIo daughtcr In their home.
Mrs. John Toombs has been quite
III recently with n complication of
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Hunn were
visiting relatives In Louisville early
John I,. PJneM of Hoylf. county was
the guest of his brother, Ilr. M. U
Pipes last week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. George B. Pniltt have
returned from the cjty with stacks of
latest styles of millinery and new
roods. Mr. Prultt's largo establish
ment Is as wen equipped ns the large
est department store ln many cities I
and he knows how to maKe the prices
right to customers.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
t, i-l . n i-
tr court held March 13th. 1911
linn Inmos t nnlipv fnrtnn
" ",.'ns r' In"y Jm,g0
In tho matter of the petition
k,,,,, for a common and Rrartfl(1
coin1 Um,"rffihrionrioe l" IfiX" XST " "?."
day of Fcbruarv 1911. a petition .Ipn-IS "?.,-.? I -"L.i1?.. "5
cd by .1. . Reynold?, S. Mcintosh, A. I.
Foster. T. J. Hurleson.W II. Singleton
Mil Sailor. II. H Slnglrton., IF. S.
V."V'l .?'- '.."?. "A. L"eU.V.""'
if.A..t. iaTna . m . . .i .1 ..
i" ?"J " """'"" ---"""
.' ..','....... t eii.i
,,..,..', n, :, s'h. , k,,n tha. ,
grade(1 common school district, be es -
tabllHhed within the boundary to wlf
e ,nnIn at rb jieMullln's tacluil -
i, .,. n'.,-.'i i ii...i'i i,i.
Uienco'to rh Saylor's including him,'
.,, ,,. wnh Phoirw BVPimiin
I"""" " -,... ..--.,,. .-
m.i v, thAHAA In I t-nnV WIT1 ITIOTnTI D ST.
,0tne mouth 0, Bamei tnence t0 Irg
pd ycnooI thence to J. G. Warrlncr'fi
lncludng him, thence to J. J. Falcon-
bVTncl ding him. thence to Thos.ta whlto school Tho case was that of
"fT: ?... ..'.?- t.'.". i....j.J a wnite scnooi. ine case was tnai oi
acwuuins 10 iue ucgmuniH, mciuumi,
,,,..,,, .,hIn ,,mini,nrv
"' v:",";"- " "7: Th. ,t. ih.i
1IU IL l)U.cai altf W fcv wvm v .
.hl,u vntprR. rpsltlpntB. and tnx nay-
"'"l, Z'', :',. u.A
" .-.V . WT th. Town ,
V-S&l-i . Wjyn.
1111111117 I1IIUI I1IB111LL. Ill LUU LU (
-i.i Tiia.int rt- th iirnrvnno't i ftm.
tni.i T.ia,iot fn the nrnnnflf.i1 Com.
r.n.u w.-...b i ... ,.. , -
mon Graded School Is the one now
u-pd by tho common school In tho
town c.f Wnynesburg. nnd further np-
rv part in said proposed graded school
district heroin, consented to the cs
laublUhHiuvt orthe -Md proposed g-ad
comoion school ?nd have cndo.j .
thoip consent In writing upon "said pe
titlon and ln further appearing Un
(inrland Singleton superintendent oi
common Schools ot Lincoln countv.
ha8 consented to the establishment of
wid propo-ed common graded school
a3 provided by law. and also tho Lin.
I coin Board f Education ;, ol
"a" bj signing said petition, and this
.. ,.... nnnoared In
TarAJSr-S& W of the Constitution, wo con
with them that the proposed common elude that these words were used In
school dlitrlct shall bo ns heretofore their ordinary and general sense and
described, and the court being sufficl- j t t th iBcia,ie a children wholly
eutly advised, It Is now ordered and h.i .-
adjudged that W. L. McCarty Sheriff cr In part of negro blood or having an
of Lincoln County, be nnd he Is hereby f appreciable admixture thereof,,
ordered to causo a poll to be opened ,
in the town of Waynesburg, ICy.. and
an election held on tbo USth day of' nrnl F,Pm Tn I nntmilP
Anrll. 1911. same being moro than (40)
dayj nfter the entry ot this order, to
l.-i. .U HARMA , hA lf.nl uhttu V..,
district, whether there be. levied and
collected nn nnnuall tax of thirty (301
cents on each one. hundred 111 CO) dol-
ed In said proposed graded common
school district. bclonlng to white
persons and corporations, nnd a poll
i.iv of fifiv (501 cents on each mule
llnhnbltant over twentv ono CIO vears
inr niro. rosldlne In said proposed grail,
ofid wminon 6cnool district, for tho
- i.ll .....la,l .nm.
tpuriw?u UI liutfuiuiiiui u faiuuv.. ..
iaiu proposeu gruueu tne line biock oj reineuiai hi,piu- i-n-district,
nnd for tho riod by Penny's Drug Store
purchasing or erecting sup
hereafter, as provuieu
is nli Ant low
I" IIIO KU.HIIIUII V'.' '" " ... .
tjo ottiwn r ejection will also
causo the said legal voters In sold pro-
p0so.t common school district to vote
. Mr (K.i iiprsnim In Iih trusteps lo
kAmo. nrovided said tav shall be np
y Alt. (1 B COOPL'H. Clerk, Lincoln
NO VIOLENCE AT
FALSE REPORTS SENT OUT TO
.80ME DILY PAPERS THE
Freight iralflc was resumed on tho
(. & C. Itouto south of Danvllle yes
terday after nil trains and crews be
ing Idlo Sunday. Ten freight trains
&oIng north, One train carried noth
p.isscd Somerset going south and five
lug but coal from different mtneo
down tho road. This Is the the first
i-oal that has been moved since tho
Etriko. The railroad company Imn em
ployed four traveling firemen whoso
'ur Vs l" , ,, - K V "
lbeA f ' ry.. ','rla" ?.?R .
duty It Is to teach tho green hands
A company employe said that thc
rallrord company had employed near
ly 100 Bpcclal agents who wero station
ed all nlonf tho road and riding en
Bines. These men are paid ten dollars
I ' BMIIW IO LU9U1IK IUU lll-
load company on the Avcrago of 125.-
' 000 a day, it H said
LTyP'" ,?, Bhc,2u,ttlnIf"
shooting James C nrl nt his examining
trUl ut Huntsvlllc. Tenn. Judge Jnmos
Denton of Somersett, was his attor
It Is rumored thnt an agreement be
tween thp firemen and railroad com-
pinv might be rcachec? by tomorrow
won. Detectives are n.ll ildnc en-
glneb. Several strike-breaking fire
men wore Imported to Soomerset to
lako trains out. All available men nre
leing used on account of the ruso of
.sationat correspondents, but have been
if?"., l bB totally erroneous. Sher-
ill iiri.;iiiv :tiui nir nr niiirprn nnvu
1 L" Zori
H? ?0 VhJ
l J .K,11 1
Iff McCarty and othor officers have
there several tlrnes keeping
ltr the situation and havo
found no evidence of lawlessness, not-
1-16 Negro Blood
MAKES MAN"COLOREn' 5AV;
-!! c n!fo
COURT OF APPEALS.
What is a negro within the mean-
Ing of U.o school laws of the state was
determlned b tho court ot am)pa,
, . , , , .. "
, "t week In a case from Pike county.
involving tho right or children with
cno.8lxteentn ncgro blood to attend a
h. .., The court ....
t!,,,0 BCn1;, T e ,C U " Ba!8 tnat
, """ """"7 v " i""i "b.
blood are negroes and may not nltend
MnlllnM nnrl othprs mr.-ilnnt Ed-
,Troy MUiunw ana omers against ta-
ai Brfcher. trusteo of School dls-
rior No ?s. in Plk mnntv. Tho Piko
". " '......
Troy Mulllns and others, by their
guardian sued to enjoin tho trustee
iiii'ii iniiii iiiii'iiuiiiL. rliiiiuui. i ui t. ud-
v. .... .)
. " ..-.,- 1 -
iee ueiuuueu mo sun uu u.o k.uuu.,d
that the children were negroes and
therefore could not attend the school,
W " -hlto emidren only.
Tho trial judge found that childreu
m,d one sixteenth uegro blood nnd
thereforo wero ..colorcd children" with
In tho meaning of the law. Tno court
says that tho question dotj not
depend uponn tho personal appearanco
' . '.. , mH ilm , ,,.
' the ch Idrcn. but comen down In 'U
final aualysls, to whether or not tho
mvs f ,. rniifinn
As tho maKers ot tho Constitution
" conclusion tno court says.
did not undertake to defino the words
.i, hii,i,n' mnninv,..! in pp.
l-VUt I II 111 W VUI.MIIMV
V, L. Penny of this city has Just
closed a deal whereby they will con
tlnuo to to agents forZBMO- the well
known remedy for Kcteiua uanurnir,
nnd oj! dlsenies nf tho skin and scaln
The extraordinary lop that this
clean Mould extorml treatment for
BMn afcctlona hai made Into public
lnvor Iu tho laft few years proves lib
wonderful curative properties and
.. 1. In.l...,.l o ,.o ..... hi,, nl.llllnlt In
- ii. unas ii iim.-uu ., ui'.' .......... ..-
They have n limited supply of snm-
pies, one ni wricn win ue given irea
-r. nnu uLIn Ullffnrni whn WlutlOV 11
'" ""' C"'" """" " ....... -
i.- .tie lucri. ' Mi.-.-i nt a
booklet '"How To Proiervo Tl-e Skin "
will alio be given to those Interest
Chamberlain's Stomach and ilvcr
Tablets innriablr tiring re'lef to
wonnn suffering trom shronlc- c n tl
patlon, headache, bllloupn s (z n -.
kallownoss of the 'kin nnd dvsep-la
Sold by Penny's Drug Storo
I til tnp l.isl nr tho v, pplt no.trlv nil sldn