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The Stanford Interior Journal
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 23.
8TANF0RD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1911
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
MAM PAWPQ AWAV
illfill IiiJjLJ All l I
CHARLES DROWN SUCCUMD3 TO
CONSUMPTION MISS MARTIN
WEDS JOHN LANHAM IN
Charles Hrown, a prominent young
umn of this city, passed away WcdnM
dny after n short Dittos of tuberculo-
tls. Ills parents had preceded blm M-ntntlon of nil tho lnets connoeteJ
homo yeais over tho tho dark rlvor. 'w'th tho strike.
Ho wkb n mombcr of tho Christian . Tho adult Dlblo daises ot tho Chris
church and popular wfth all whntlan church Sunday achool on Friday
know him. Ho was Just 29 yoara ofc"'nB '"" ';30 l0 ,0 ,u Matn'
age. The funoral ecnlces wore con.K'pern House gavo an elegant lunch,
ducted Thursday afternoon, and ho ii. InterBperscd with a splendid pro
was laid to rest In tho cemetery hor. R"m of vocal nnd Inatruinentnl music
Miss Marietta Martin, an nttractlvo 'dobateB, recitations etc.
young woman of Earleston, wa.1 mar-j Having decided to go ct I will
rlcd to John Lnnham a progressive ' splendid 74 acre farm with
vnuno Limine mnn nf Yo.mnltn nt'eood Improvements, In flno eomtnunl
tho home of the brldo Tuesday nvon-jty. el to church, Btore, nnd school
Ing. Her K. 0. Martin n brother of1"1 the lam-"u 0r'cn rlver Vi,,ry'
tho brldo saying the words which. " ncrcB 'Ivor bottom, nnd nine nvoi
mnde the young pair one. Tho brldo '" woodland. A splendid three room
U a dauRbter of Mrs. J. A. Martin nnd cottngo. Good largo barn nnd other
Is ery popular with all who know outbuilding, well watered nnd (ti
her m in the llfo partner eho has rural route. Price 1X7.R0 ikt . re
chosen. Many friends send them con- nnd terms reasonable Addrcst nt
grntulnllnii.. They will mak their once P bargain. Box H2 Htihton.
lomo nt Yosomlto. vlllo. Ky.
MIM Mary North, of the West JUnd The splendid now building now bo
lb tho hnndnmn guest of her brother Ing erected nt Kllxlr spring will be
I V. North In Ilurgln this week. completed nnd furnished and rr ,dy
Horace Holion. son of Goorgo Ilohon "p occupants by Mny In! Other
the Implement king of Hnrrodsburp,' buildings nro being put In strluly i.p
Ib ttm guest or Dr. J. T Ilohon nnd to date, condition nnd tho nponln.'
family I tnt on Mny 1st will eclipse nil fonr
.Miss Annlo Kunlo Dunn of (lowland i cr efforts, and thU snuio attent on nnd
Ky.. is the guest of her parents hero jer Ice will continue throughout Hie
tlilk week. ' summer t.cuson.
In Bomo localities farmers nro re-1 Many of our fnrracrs nro tnMng nd
lortlng whout badly damaged by tho vantage -of thl fin0 weather nnd plow
recent (roexn ling Is being vigorously pushed and
Our most efficient constable Mr. earlier planting than usual will follow.
Presley Hluder. has a severe case ofi Tho county school superintendent
double pneumonia nnd his recovery
thought to bo cry doubtful.
James Lyon left last week for
oprlnglleld. III., wt.er. he has secured
A lucrntho position with a larco mnnu
facturing establishment In thnt city,
jjMuet 1b a good reliable young man
and Is Hiiro to make good in his notv'
Mr. Ueorxo Montgomery of McKIn- March 20th as tho pastor Is to fill tho( j.;,it.r claunch filltd his appoint
ncy has Ixiught a rrandsotno cottage pulpit nt Hurnsldo Hint dny. Sunday ,1R.nt ut tt,o Ilaptibt church Saturday
homo In the Orccn river valley nd- M-hool however will be held nt usual nniI BUnday,
Joining his river bottom farm. Un tlmo nnd plncc. 7l,e cod Bpcll last wk killed oil
nnd hU fnmlly hnve tnken possession " " the penches In this part of tho coun-
anti their nappincss is complete.
The timely discovery of a burning
flue that bad Ignited tho roof, and
tho ablu assistance of neighbors pre
.entod the burning of the handsome
homo on I.jondalo farm last week,
that Is ontHl by Mr. G C. I.yon.
Mrs. Mollle McCormack ha. return-
ed from a most delightful week's visit
to numerous friends and relatives In
Hanlj. Ilohon nnd Hevoy Shoemak-
er of H.rrod.burg. commercial pll-
grim, motored hero Saturday mhoro
they secured a good share ot trade.
Two wedding, in wWch our city wll,
rnlsh th gentlemen, will take place
In tho noar future mid their minion
are by request withheld Guos. who
A.ls. Alma, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. 1. J. Terrv wns homo over Sun-
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day laht week and returned to college
nt ltlchmond, K. Sho Is delighted
with l..r prospect there, nnd will grnd-
uato-th high honors evidenced by
the reports of the principal.
Llto Cnt in th.. haniL-nmn I ttln
ll-yenr-old daughter of Mr and Mrs.
I'. II. lllchards Is n musical prodigy -" - -- ',,, halr ouU Mack wa8 n g0od biisl
wlti, rare talent She ptiys on almost P'"ha w of the blaze. I raan nn(J w hRte tQ 3eo h m,g.
uny instrument but tho vlclin being
her laorlto she enn piny any piece
she ever heard.
Jooiob Sexton the well-known to
Iiatro grower of Central Kentucky,
sold his crop to the Walnut street to-
bacco warehouse In Danville lost week
nt 13 ! cents. This seems to ui to
u a pretty ralr price. H nil our growiC,nt tn Joyed the occasion,
cm did this well. Knur street would) noduey Naylor on sister, Miss Zula
oon,b th,elr home. wero RUMtt 0f Mr. nnd Mra. Grover
TVjrosvnt "Btrike." of th0 firemen (;,utinenu near Point Iavell. Miss
on the fiauthcrn railroad has caused J Uertha Hamra. of Madison. Is the at
no end of trouble. Eiponse and an. tractive guot of the Missoi Carpen
nojitnco aloug tbP line through this tr.
count). In the beginning the sympa.
thy ot uinny people loaned toward
the 'strikers".' but since they hnvo
retorted to- Dynamite and asBassina
lion, tliey are well nigh bereft of It
It's a pity for th8 village of Klng'i '
' Mountain that it hna to bn classed'
with Stearns, Olon Mnry and oth.r j
tuiciwltlied points on the road. Thero1
are many good old citizens In and
nronud the jUace, and tboy shuuld
taku the bit In their toeth ad si op
nil tho outlawry and devlln'ent' thnt
has been kicked up there by a lot of
Irreapotislftle parties. The i odium
that now rests upon the pUco will
not be e'ffaced ln years to, come. Marty
believe 'that the railroad Is own
' ed by tho very rich, nnd tho destruct
ion and crippling of the road Is eos-
A great 'deal of, the 'stock In this at
nuil 18 ou nod by widows nnd orphmu
'who nolo Inrnmn Is derived from
ih' ,,ro"u lnn,, by lh0 l("n',,nv
Hence Hip Jurors In our court nnd Mo
out-low element living along tho lino
thould consider whnt ttioy nru dolru,
Tlioy nro robbing the poor an 1 net
I Injuring tlio rich. General Main cr
'linker's statement published In nil tlio
'papers put" n vcr dlffereiit light on
'tho onuses of this dissatisfaction i.n,
tho lrt "f tlio firemen.
It ' open-nmnlj and n true ,m-;
l.'riiould by nil means offer a reward
,for the nrrost nnd conviction of Uiol
pnrtles thnt pry off the shutter, and
, oreaK ' " k" ""Mcord ns a ,,c,ocrat nnd as a citizen and is splcndldlv equipped to conduct
of the Itlchards school house and,1-"1" . ti ,. ,.,',, nnp,ni nfVoi nf .., ,,, for
tho Smith Bchool house on Jumbo road
o ery year nfter school closes
There 111 bo no prench'.nj; nt the
rreshyterlin church next Sunday
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
evening at tho Methodist church. The'day school last Sunday tho Kth Is
The Sunday school at tho UapUstf fitting some better but wa3 not able
church was conducted by Itcv. K. D. to nUend trial Saturday and th0 trial
Mr ,, E irrj.n ha8 ieca .ufferinR,
from throat lroubIe Hgher Herring 'boy.
naB bw. eo,lipinnlnB Mm. Jones ij Ato Caldwell Is at work .utting up
Anderson has been quite 111 of ne'rv-'blh new house.
uog proitration Dut l8 bctter Ashford Johnson is on tho stard-
Thompson "h nIs nou9e n a,count of
Lexington Saturday to'retttaR lumber sawed,
v,m' ,, (Jreen Mc.Mullln and J. W. Mitchell
thero treatment !'
,mnr- nnim .a .t. ,..',
Mrs. Klmore came home with them,"1''
nu i, i... r.,nin.,i .-. h.-ith .h-
ulhflrUei lironouncInK ber clire(1.
, ., , .
nbout the snmc, no Improvement not
A uml1 bf n rt to W. D. hi-
m),,' containing somo tobacco, farm
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"' '"" '"" '"- s..u itj vn.i
"f b"cco was partial!, colored by ,
JiiBb Annio i.anous. o. unuin otu -
"on. uas ueen wun ner grnnumotner
"rti- Dan Anderson, near Otlenhoiui.
M. Anderson has been quite sick.
Mrs. Itlchard WIUIamB entertained
In honor ot her uncle and cousin,
John mid Oliver Carpenter, respective
ly. of Hid Rock Oklahoma. All pres-
Mr. and Mrs. W, P, Whlto have mov
iPd Into the bouse vacated by M. O.
I Kennedy and wife.
J, I', Puynn sold n sow and 11 pigs
to IS, A. Swluebroad of Lancaster for
CARD OF THANKS.
Wo desire to oxtond our heart felt
thanks to the many rlends for their
Mndness during tho Illness and death
of our bclorod son and brother Mr.
and Mrs, J, 11. Reynolds' children.
ATTENTION HOUSE KEEPERS,
Don't worry over your bill of fare
for Sunday, out io to market Satur
day April 1st and get cakes, salads
chicken, bread etc.. which the ladles
op the Ckrlatlan church will have on
ale M the atore room next door to'peo mo, when von think nf travolne
nam npoinson. uaie Depns promptly
Looks Mighty Like The
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HON. THOMAS S. RHEA, OF LOGAN COUNTY.
Tile aboi iut dot. 3 not i'o lull Jux lietd:, c3c n, Mt.li-c.lasb mer such as
tlci to the good looks of Hon Thorn
o nh..,. f in ..,mv. uh hn
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jhi uiiiiouiit-vt. in. cu. ...w "'(W rucoanizo that they must pick
Democratic nomination for State raeIl nkc-hlm to win nnd hold the con-
Treasurer, subject to the primary
which will be held Jul 1st. Mr. llhon
. i i .,r.,n,in.ni I.. IV...
J nm, Uio rank
" wi ,",,,., rn.mnv of rtusKellvillo for mnnv voars
j (1 lllbl. I1U lias tin uiiiihi'."."""." .
'and will add great strength to tho
ticket, If lie is nominated. The fctato
, The little Hivens boy who van hit
i ou tho head by Dan Singleton at S m
was put off until April "th.
Horn to Mrs. Lena Hurloson n fine
on lnto tho R00d8 busiu6'
.ear Clear Fork school house
liayoon iieynuiut. m uwiuu, u '
a. . 1.1 l ! m ttnitlr trs
1.1. old homo place and Mrs. El Per
re wll, mo,e back to her old home
jJrgi Snllle Gooch tins returned
home from Ludlow. Look out flrls
hntg ghe ,mg th(jm ,
m nnd glnJ
Mr. Mack Wlllmuis who wont
snne Is no better.
They navo to
nch ,;m o kecp ;, from 1ulnR
n-t,. r.t,i,nm fvr I. w,.nrln off
cur boys nround hero are waiting to
see If S6ott Singleton hold, ouo nil)
right. W0 nro expecting to hoar ot
him shaking any old tlmo nnd you
know It takes the good old mouptnin ,
fnll stone water to cure It
Rev. J. 11. Jones preaches at Bluo.oue to eutlng chicken salad, as some
Lick next Sunday at 2:30 p. m. 'of the guejita were similarly affected.
Born, to the wife of Charles Berry Belief rBs not obtained until INj
a boy. J'hvslclnn camo, Mrs. Wright use to
Mr. James Stringer and wife and visit hern and wns known as Miss
Krundchlldren visited Mr. C. Berry ond Sidney Kemper
wife. Mr. Edmond Spooks died ot paraly-
Mrs. Mary Daughcrly nnd grand- la at his home on last Sunday morn
daughter, vUlted Mre. Saillo B. Stilng Ing In tho 74th year of his age. After
er Sunday. ! fchort service at tho housft conduct-
Born, to the wife of J. C. Daugher-
tv u girl.
Jesse nnd Augurt Dougherty visited
their grandmother Mrs. EHzn Dauger-'
t), Snturday nnd Sunday.
Mrs. ElUa Dougherty continues
qulto ill). i
Mrs. Hannah Hasty nud suns are
visiting her grandmother. Mrs. Eliza
I am the aeent In this
for the Oreat American Steamship
,. . . .
line to all European POlntS,
w. LANDQRAF. '
Next State Treasurer.
To .1 KI.c i nt tho head of Its affairs,
'""' democrats who stand for better,
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thlntft ttm llin nnrtv nnd thn Mtnto
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( fidcnce of tho people. Mr. Ithea was
iherlff of hU county, nnd has held otli-
er lornl nosltlons of resnoneibllltr and
u , b VIce i,rc8,Jellt of tno
, -- - -- -
tho financial affairs of the state for
Hubert Fox fold to Thomns Met
calf a bunch of 100 pound shoats at
! 1-2 cents.
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cnhler last week for a short stay with,
bister Mrs. Nelson Marccr.
Mib. Katherlne Welks attended the
snl0 of her father last Wednesday.
Mr. Thomas Moore at Camp Robin
-.es Sallie Hughes and Aggie
epent Wednesday with Mrs
Holtzc!nw epent Wednesday
Hughes' mother Mrs. Margaret Sut
Afltaj... f!o.rf.l& riiinn nml P-MvyiAtfi
Sampson wero sent as delegates from
the lecnl C. K. of Pleasant Groe
church to Ilurgln where C. E. Conven
Mrs. m. Droaddus who is confined
to her bed with tuberculosis continue.,!80 nanQles n,ce "ne 0I """'.?w"i
Miss Doty of Richmond has return- Cal1 nnd Klve her your ordcna'
ed after n several days stay nt tne
homo of Mr. Martin Robinson. I L00K HERE F0R IT'
Tho brldo nnd groom Mr. nnd Mr!Man' a SUnford Reader wl" Be '"'
rrank Hlsglns of Rowland have Just
concluded n visit to his cousin Miss
Messrs. George Rue nnd Ed Huff-
man of Danville nro Usltlng C. K.
i'oindexter this week.
Th T.....,nti r...i- ri... iii ......
J" J:rl nC'"bff:' L?r
out a program Friday afternoon of
Unxt week, nt thn hnmn nf Mrc T n. t
fan Curke. Miss Pattle nello Burke
v.tlt nrel.l nt till mnntin n,i mi..'
Bessie Swope will act as Secretary.
Mrs. W. R. Wright of Evergrce. La.,'
while hostess nt dinner to the Lltcrnry
Club was taken suddenly and violently
ill. In a little while the husband Dr.
Wright and the daughter-in-law Mrs.
fleo. Wrlht wero In the same condl-
Hon. It la thought the poisoning was
ed by Rev. Btt or Lancaster, hie
remains was' carried to Lancaster for
A mnd dog mnde a visit to our town
n few oenlngs ago biting several of
,n cnnlu,. tribe which resultod In
death to them nnd thq ownors had to
rart with their favorites by shooting
them to avoid further danger.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
The Hustonvllle Rollor Mill Com-
psnv a corporation under the laws of
f?tet "' "Hi0,1,? h2?Xn?' ,n
lh0 town of Hustonvllle , Kentucky.,
It now elnalnp un 11 hnHnna. g n
ccrrori tien. All persons hnvlnx claims
egolnst It will present them for pay
uient. L. T. Young Seo.&Trens. S2-f
Looking for Assassin
DOYLE COUNTY OFFICERS MAKE
' VISIT TO MAYWOOD.
Detective T. 0. Ilruco, of lloylo coun
1 1 Uroe to Stanford early Thursday
jiuornlng In an auto, and securing Do'
rjty Sheriff W. S, Embry went out
Maywood way looking for tho man
vho is suspected fo tliootlug tho
Cincinnati Southern guard Spatch
Tuesday night. The offlccrb nro said
to Imvo strong ovldcnco against a
mnn in that section, who was not ar
rested, however, as it Is said tho man
who was lsltcd ha-i a strong alibi. A
toy from Junction City who claims to
have Eccn n mnn running with a 22
rillo was brought along to identify the
rvnn. None of tho officers would say
whether ho did so or not, but it is
expected that nn arrest will bo made
In the case.
Jir. Ward Moore has decided to
i.ta with us. He has bought Mr.
' H.'irrlBon Payne's property nnd will
Foon begin Improving 1L Wo nro glad
ho with his excellent family ?iavo
nindc this wise decision for we need
Mrs. Kate MaGcc spent n few days
' '" Livingston with her daughter. Mrs.
jjr, Wnltei Adams sold his proper-
ty knonn as the Carson property to
Mr. George Holnioi. Sr. Wo hop
r. TrniH..n ...(it ann An nw.it. tirtth
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the house thero and erect a neat cot
tage soon which will help greatly.
Mrs H. D. Campbell and Miss Eva
Kaylor had n pleasant visit with Mrs.
J. V. Cummins Saturday.
Mrs. A. C. Dunn and daughter Nan
cy Leo rmc returned to their homo
nt Wilmore. Mrs. Dunn was called to
the bedside of her son, Mr. Will Dunn
We nre glad Mr. Dunn is well again.
Mr. Jim T. Redd U quite sick.
Mr. P. F. Cummins Is also on the
Ilro. Donohoe was with us Sunday
morning. He it pastor of the Chris
tain church and Is well liked by all.
Mrs. Emma Farris has returned nf -
pleaMnt visit to Drondhead
ThP graduating class of 1911 nre to
be congratulated upon their hnrd work
nnd class spirit. They are now plan-
ming for commencement which begins.
Iik ion. n Mo, Tij ntnr.ir. to
cIa8g dent Nnncy NapIer BM
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reiary. we are proua oi our Bcnooi.i
1 each teacher Is doing his or her best.
Mrs. Culton came home Monday af-
iter some month's visit to ltlchmond
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land other places.
Mrs. Stephenson will be glad to
, hawa tiAn fvlAitita nnll nl AnA ltA 1 Alt
Itiavo iici iiicuud .uu uuu ogo ucr- uvn
samples ot spring dress goods. She a-
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worK and Dattenberg scarfs or all Kinai
vvnen peopio renu nooui. me cures Klng.s Mountalni Kentucky, on
mnde by a medicine endorsed from .
tar away, It Is surprising that they I 8'tu'?laf uAprl ' 1rt 1911
wonder If the statements are true?1 Fvo "end of horses, consisting of t
n. ..,.- i, a r - .if'sood buggy mare, fine breeder, will
iui niirii wbiu ii;uu ut vuoco iHk .
nere ai norao positive prooi is nun-
I- U,dr reach, for Cose investigation
here at home positive proof is with-1
Is un easy matter. Read Stanford en-
" of Doan's KIdnoy Pills.
uawson iiameue, uowianu at., HUin
ford' Ky" Bays: "Somo time ago 1
hao: tt " faU ana this, together
with tho Jarring to which I am a sub
Ject In my work, brought on kidney
trouble. For several days I could hard
ly get about on account of tho pnlnB In
my bncy. I also noticed that the
passages of the kidney secretions were
very Irregular, especially nt night. I
decided to cure this trouble before
It became chronic and I knew thnt
Down's KIdnoy Ptlli were good for
such complaints, I procured a box at
Shugars and Tanner's Drug Store. Be
fore I had finished the contents, I
was entirely cured and I have had
no kidney trouble since."
For sole by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Mllburn Co, Buffalo, New York
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
PUBLIC SALE !
On Saturday April 1st I will sen to
he h1ne4t bidder my farm contain
ing nbout 56 acres or lna dwelling
kou4 nnd out buildings, the land Is
all In cultivation. A fine medical well
nod oUo abundance of water. At the
tamo time and plv will also Mil a
number nf other thtaR such ns Ho
borsee, said ether stocK. end farming
Implement. Terras md known on
ar of sale. J. D. STMKNBERGRN.
Bale begins at 2 o-
clock l. U.
For Stato Superintendent
I'rof. Dnrksdnle Hamlctt, who Is a
candidate for the Democratic nomlna
tlon for Stato Superintendent of
schools was in Stanford Thursday and
met with a warm reception on every
hand. Ho is head of tho Hopkins
villo schools and ouo of tho leading
educators In the state, . I'rof. Hani'
lett is n clean-cut, high-class, progre3'
slvc oung educator, a fit oxemplar
of those who are bringing the old stato
to the front in educational affairs, and
will be the right man in tho right
place it tho domocrat nomlnato him
Ho will undoubtedly carry Lincoln
county by a largo majority.
WILL SHOW HIGH SCHOOL YOUNG
STERS HOW TO PLAY BALL.
Members of the high school baseball
bquad are practicing every day for
the opening of the season, which will
be Saturday April 1st against Luu
caster. Efforts are being mnde to se
euro a professional coach for the
boys and it is probable that "nasty
Wright, tho once great pitcher will be
secured sinc0 It was learned that Pat
Bohannon could not come.
A bunch of former ball players of
j Stanford will go out Friday aftornoon
and give tho "Colts" somo practice,
7h ftH Timer. ihn. m .
1 The Old Timers say they will not
defeat tho youngsters too badly to
take the spirit out of them but will
show them base ball as she was play-
d In the good old days in Stanford.
Tho Old Tlmnm will linn un nhnnt nn
follows: Catcher John Owsler Held
I.nrt vi rninln niirh... ir..i.
- ww......, v...v.uu.d uumi
carpenter, Welch Kochester ot al
first base, George D. Florence, second
baso Shelton M. Saufley, third base
John N. Menefee, Jr., shortstop Claude
Bibb left field Walter Singleton, cen
ter field Earl Coleman, right field,
Cook- an(1 many others t substl
Beginning nt 10 o'clock A. M.. wo
wju 0ffer for Rale .. our ,, ln
drop colt In April by Carroll Preston
1 1 extra saddle mare; breedswell. 1
good family horse, trusty; 1 3-year-old
filly by Joe Brown, Jr. Thb colt is
well bred, will make a combined mare,
works well; 1 2-year-old filly by Joe
Brown, Jr., both of these colts are
out of a good saddle mare. 1 extra
good yearling tiy by old Preston, in
lino shape, 1 No. 1 milk cow, never
goes dry, in good bhape. 2 bugglai.
one, a rubber tire practically new, 2
seta of buggy harness, lap robes horse
blanket, saddles, etc., 1 bicycle,
grind stone, Chattanooga double shov
el plow, new lawn mower, garden plow
fence stretchers, post-hole diggers etc.
12 or 15 barrels ot Bait, lot ot meat
Alto our household and kitchen fur-
nlture. consisting ot 2 organs, 2 kltch-
en cabinets, 2 dining tables 2 safes.
2 book casoe and desks combined, t
JJavenport. 1 bed roo suit, throe
dressers, folding bed, sewing machine,
7 rocking chain, dining chairs, new
iMorrb chair, ono good etovo range
and all other household and kitchen
I TKRMS. All sums under 110, cash
1 110 and over, cash or bankable note.
MURPHY A ACTON,
King's Mountain. Ky.
O. L. Penny guarantee! Ilyomel to
end catarrh, snuffles, hawking, spit
ting, coughs, colds uore throat and
asthma. Complete outfit II. extra
bottle If needed (0 cents. Booklet
on catarrh free from Booth's Hyomel
Co., Buffalo, W. Y.
STRIKE SYMPATHIZERS RESORT
TO FEARFUL CRIME IN
BOYLE COUNTY TUES
Oscar Spaeth, or Chicago, was shot
from ambush and Instantly killed late
Tuesday nlternoon ono mllo north of
Junction City, while acting ns guard
on n Queen & Crescent freight loco
motive. Tho shooting wns presumab
ly the work of sympathizers with tho
ktriklng whlto firemen.
The train which Spaeth was rid
ing stopped for water, and It is
thought the hidden assailant mistook
the detective for a white strikebreak
er. Tho latter crouched nt tho side of
the engine nnd was badly burned by
escaping steam. Two shots were fir
ed, ono of which penetrated Spaeth's
neck. Death was Instantaneous . .
The engineer Thomas Swearcngen,
ond tho fireman strikebreaker, Roman
S7nfron, of Chicago, placed tho corpo
on the tho engine and uncoupling from
thc. freight, ran at full speed to Dan
ville. All of tho firemen who left Dan
ville have been given revolvers by
agent of tho company. Sheriff B. O.
Fox of Boylo county, left Danville im
mediately for thc sceno taking sev
eral deputies, In nn effort to arrest
Bloodhounds were taken to the
sceno nnd It Is said that thoy im
mediately found n trail and twlc0 fol
lowed It n considerable distance ln a
certain direction. Some arrests aro
hourly expected to be made in tho
Took His Ticker
HON. CHARLE3 A. HARDIN LOSES
WATCH AT BANQUET
Commonwealth's Attorney Charles
A. Hardin is mourning the loss of a
fine llownrd watch, which he loft ly
ing at his place at the table at the
Pythian banquet last Friday night. He
had open nt his plato whllo ho spoke
and forgot to pick it up when ho con
eluded and shortly after leaving tho
opera house missed It and went back
for It, but wns gone, and so far has
not been located.
Mr. Hardin regretted ver much to
lose tho valuablo timepiece for few
are considered better than th How-
ard. Chief of Pollen n. n rinri i.-
taken up tho matter of the watch's
mysterious disappearance nnd believes
that ho will soon have the guilty par
ty, who Is thought to be one of tho
colored waiters, located.
Lincoln Circuit Court
Martin McCormack, Plaintlfr.
jos. lurro's Heirs. Defendants.
Pursuant to n Judgment or tho Un
coin circuit court, rendered In the
abot? styled action, at its February
term, 1911, tho undersigned Cimrals
sloner will on
Monday, Aorll 10th, 1911
(Cojnty Court Day), af 1 o'elnek i m
In front of the court house door ln
Stanford. Ky.. sell at nubile nuierv m
the highest nnd best bidder the fol
Ing described renl estato In Lincoln
count) j j Ky , containing 2 'acres 2
roods and 18 poles of lund. beclnnlnt?
at a stone In front of dwelling house
thereon where n black oak was called
for in original boundnry, thence 8 67
K 10 40-100 poles to a stone ln Jen
Kins' line thence his line S 69 E 23
poles to a stone tn said line, a new
corner of the division line, thence
with saino N 27 W 21 poles to the
orlglnhl line, thcnct. with same N 84
K i7 76-100 poles to the beginning.
The purpose of the said sale is to
satisfy a Judgment rendered hereto
fore tn favor or plaintiff for the sum
ot JHG.lfJ. with six per cent Interestt
thereon from March 29th, 1S08, and
the costs of this action.
TKRMS: The said sale will be
made on a credit ot six months and
the purchaser will be required to give
bond with personal security, approved
by the Commissioner, payable to him,
beurlng six per cent interest from
date ot sale, the same having the
force nnd effect of a Judgment with a
lien retained on the said land to fur
ther secure the payment of said bond.
This March 21st, 1911.
GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L, C. C.
T. J. Hill, Jr., Attorney for Plaintiff.
Concerning the Belle Fordo Walton
Co., Mrs. Dr. O. T. Fuller, Mayfleld,
Ky, Tho president of the Woman's
Club, ays: "They gave the best en
tertainment ever given in this town.
We have engaged them for a return
date." Rev. H. P. Cook, pastor of
the Christian church, Charleston, Mo.,
says, "1 think It Is very much the best
concert we have had here." These
are samples of hundreds. Don't fall
to see her at the opera house Wednes
day, March 2J.