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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 24.
8TANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1911.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
flTIPIfct POP Diril
UAMT CTBEETQ HIIFH
lYAIll ul!CiEilJ UlLUli
WINDS OF THE PAST WEEK HAVE
CHOKED UP EVERYDODY
Active agitation In being started oy I
n number of progressho business men
ol aumford to have tlio mnln buslnoa
und roMdenco streets of tho city oiled
this spring. Tim heavy wind of tho
lkt week or bo. havo kept dust fly
ins m mi ... " ' . " .1 ",..i I
homes havo been Kepi m .,
Us figured that cnUro city can
1 ."... .- .n.i ih City I
, Olieu m n "" " - - ..."
,,.n.ii ,viii i, naked to tano up mm - -- - , . uhukihuiiii, yuuow negro, n i-uuib piortu wno went out on n siriKc snail
, and If nothing can bo dono It "MB i nufferer from tamrt troub o ed kh ,,eIng n vaKrant untlcr mr. ro.lnBtatcd( the raroa(, WIIlpany
toinVrvnt."ub.crlptloninaybonili-1 8 0,,nB on", wn" "" mnt .worn out by Rev. I). M. Walker. howovor, rc8Crvlng tho rlgt.t to re
bj ,. a private subscr , prepared for and waiting ; the prcat flIlt()r of tho chr,Htlnn church ' fMBe too employ any flroman who hai
Th onlv objection raised to oiling tl,nnR o tho more perfect I ro be- Ammg ,hn wl(nc8RPB a(.alnHt nrt,1Kll ,romlnIUcd any act ot vi0icnco (ill
.,, !,." u that for a short Mm J0"'1 "' ho stepped over the. bonier ,,, ,,,, of , 103t pronl.,nB thc Btrlkc. N flreraen cannot
irior lIToIl ha .born spread. It cllnits ' nn,! Pw"'"y t """', r.ent rltlens of tho community and at I bo employed north of Oakdal. Ten
,n i.i.. ttft of pedestrians, nnd hns n t0 n" a translation. u UOncluslon of the trial, tho jury!nPMre. Tho pcrccntpgo if legroes
"nSnr i mI the hems of women's , Mrs Yager was born In 1870. one of f0und him guilty and fl I.!. punl.h.(Cnuycd on January 1st, 1U11 shl
2u S ch anmoanco lU but a ' lldren In tho a. ally o: f .V .than ., , rmiflMom,.m ln lhe nt.. ol bc t.xte(UC(1 Ilereafler and negro
skirls. Nucn iinii"j ,,..,!,, McKlnney, 8r. and Rett In Cobb a broth- jai ir co days this IicIiik tho see., . , , , .
,, ,V1I i.nunver. when tho oil ork4 " J" r j' uiijn, hub ulih, uio nn iirnnicn cannot bo unsigned to more
oiloy.HotM.ie W( NnBn nm) a gHlor MM IuIa (ii( (.onvctIoll n Mn offpIlf, lini, .:......, .n.i
into th0 roauwny. .
WOMEN CLUB INDORBbO ui '
, d"a eall'mee Ung on Wsdnday af-
,"r,rU,e Purpose of electing
, I;;, r,l. to lowing year nnd at
'- "- IK,rtant business, imihii, lane n rninn nijf.wi m
undliig to other imi CUOsen f,'"rch work, she win always true io
Tho following "mccr" y Vlc0.irt.,jthe Master's service In December
ITfsldont Mrs. J J. ' ',Scfrcnrr!l!'&0 sh0 beenmo the wlfe of William
Ulent -Mrs. J. t WP' . lYsger and of this union thorn nr
Jlrs r ' o""v.
Thtaolub has 'done good work ,
,J mst year and Is planning to do
the imsi year nn
Mill mom in the lulur.. he J, ear
Mlsi Katn Alrorn.
Poiiik bo '"t anu u w""n !"
wlitl,, to .rt well organized
- . -in-- nmiinalllnn was u
Tlie street imik i",
.r.nrtissptl nnd It Is bellovea win uo,
ran led out suecessiuiy.
.. .. . I !.. 1 linvn ant aRltlll
Aprti ni umi -- -
for sprlnr cleaning days nnd ttosa
two dnyi will bo dovoti-l to cleaning
and beautifying the city. Wagons will '
l.c furnished to enrry off tho rubbish
that everybody In town nmy clean
ttuilr uremlsos. '
OVER IN CASEY COUNTY.
t'wy and Humoii win i "
. . f ..
,,-ei.l.l In tho lower noue u. w.v
iixt seneral assembly. In the ro
..Miran i.rimary held Saturday Hen-
r rnon.M. editor of the Casey Com.-
..a ,. i.u on. I nn tftit
n. n uy nu iiHwtFiiu -
j. .-.-. 1. ...N.rvil .ilmltizlv relinbllenn
"' .' TZ 1 " . Jaketbo
!, win in? oiviii -
hmt representative who could have
vn .ohHtod oxcept some democrat.
W T Bro'Vii won n renomlnstlon for
hh,.rirf by 374 otes.
(mo of the worst Ulsa-tora nninu COLORED FAMILY LOSE THEIR
. York since tho burning id th" ALU BY F)RE
stofliner (lunernl Sloruin wns a flra
ntiirdav afternoon In a ton-Htury build The small lrswrt house of iiJitsoh
Ing nt Wnsblngton I'lure and Grrono ,.Cor (,rc,t iniiRht flro fiom 11
street. In unlch oer 140 perMiiis,,,),! Saturday inornlng and
mint!) )oung alrW and v.omen, l"ft wn ( oiupitely do troyed. Th,. fac
their lives liie virunw wn -
,!oys of the Triangle WjukI Ct Mont
ol them leaped to deitli ftom tie
eighth, ninth and tenth storloi 01 mo
building. Many wore suffocated wlill0 ut.iR wpej (, UB n,0 xvater pressuro charge of vagrancy tho same after
at work at tho machines, whllo others ;wnH totaiy UC(jejuutt. s- the scene noon but It being shown that l v
were crushed to death from leaping of tn fe , j(v anj. gooj ti10 y,ayvr worked until ho began having hemor
down nn elovntor Bhlialt. house engine was pumping at 12.1 rhuges, when ho was compelled to quit
pounds pressure, but from defccthoibftrd manual labor, he was acquitted
Mrs. Robert Gentry nnd threo small , ., .
children woro burned death Hnturday
nil lit In a fire which destroyed their
l.iiun at Livingston. Robert Gentry ,
b-shp.rd nd fathitr of tho victims, wns ;
pioh'Mr '"tally burned In a dospcr-i
nto, but futllo effort to save them J
fiM'try I" employed by tho Louisville
ft Nnfl'vll'o railroad, and hss been In ;
chnigt- of tho Livingston coal bins. Ho
tnui,. to Livingston nbout four yean
11 po from Marshall, N. C.
.Mr. M. J. Murphy, of King's Moun
tain, sunds thn 1. J., this for publica
tion: Klua's Mountain, Ky Mch 10.
This Is to certify that wo tto under
nlgued did hear Bra. Coker say, during
Bio. Pholps, meelliii: In December,
1909 nt Plonbiiut Point that If anyone)
wanted loin that church of Klnr'a
Mountain or Methodist church to come
rt'ot'a M. J. Murpny, Irn Ronton,
Siisl- K. Ilnn-ion, It. F. Hogue, Graco
Wnll Kngniio Wnll, Mury Dj'o, Alonzn
to II. 1 l-ir-in. or ri-ocvllo. y. v.
wn the f.-cr 0 lli-t idnmoil his
les's Atnlca Snhe and wrote: "I
iss entirely hesleil with searct-ly. a
seur Iffl." Heali Burn. IlolK Uc
tMin, Cuts, Bruises, Sne'llngs. Coras,
auit I'Mi'i like mnuio. Only Si cnti
ct Penny's Iruc Store.
An unknown assassin firing from
ambush, shot and probably fatally
woundcd ' & N. Hallroad Dclcctlvo1
i(M(, m Baxter Station, Harlow noun (
sent for to trnll tlio assailant.
MRS. MARY YAGER
WELL-KNOWN AND DELOVED
wnMAM ruccumos TO I
Unexnoctcdlv In tlu, early morning!
hours Inst Krldny March 24th. tlicro
...... ...... .....y .......... -.
rnsscd peacefully away unto tho other
Hfo nnd soul of Mary McKlnney Ugcr i
l,lnw of thn lain William YliKer.
When iiulto a
,",,n" vMUl 1,cr f"thor died UHln
,lcr tu l(1 cnr1 ,)f h mo(Iirr ,
'iock "f " - Kf ' "r" """
" ' ,"" nd ,, , .,
. " '" '"
'born two sonu William nnd Huxton.
,lelt to tho care of the faithful grand-
rawnt. am. other relatives
Tho mortnl remalnt of Mrr nger,
1 jBd cemQlrry
Sunday morning, services being con
ducted by her pa.tor Rev. D. M Wnl-
h:or. A larco roncoursn of frlunds and
concourso of friends and
; .,...J ,.,
nthered to pay tht Inst
tribute to this good woman, tnken so
suddenly from their midst
May Get Garden Seed
A niin.l.or nf nrnmlmml MnrrrtllVCd With his RtCpfatllCr and mother'
. ... .. . ....
1""."":.." ?. . . 2 ... . m : "
, .1.0 oauiruay in 1011 grm
Hnrcy Helm how much Harrodsburg
drhlris a covornment bulldlnR Con-
-. .- . .. .
gressinnn Helm promlhed to tin ..;i I
"" ",,n- TheJ ' t'', n'l
I'ter In automobiles. In the im-
M,.mtll Uilnn IMknr Cllnritr
,. , , , v , Dwlinan.
,)r w Jt ,,.. ,on c A nRrdli
. " ',,', .,'',',, ,.
. ,,...,. 1 ,. Smn(,k. JlIO r! p...
pain. las. I' Spllninn, T. Sanders On.
,. . ... ,. , ...
'':- 'v. Senator hU.phm,
mm, mi. r.. 11 (iniucr. iieorgo .
fciw nrtln. nnd Col. Geo. Bohon
House Burns Down
timi the hoime was near the railroad
,,nil a iUiidorblo distance irom ther
i.ouhjs In ilfrksvllle. wns all that
llVed, tho colored settlement from
woud llo fcpouti 13 feot from u, J0I.
xl0i A BUbgcriptlon was raised 'io
UtSiUt y,,, n0ckers, who lost oery.
thing they had In tho riro.
' ' '
iiaving rented my turtn 1 win mH
at public outcry to ttio hlKhcst bidder
nt my place C miles east ot Stanford
and 4 miles west of Crnb Orchard ou
Thursday, April 6th 1911,
The following property to wit: 1 fouro!iug pocitiou on tho road. For nji
year old male in foal to jacK. 1 rour- wbt, the company is said to hav,. dmie
ycniHild pony and tmp, 1 yearling ',veit but for souio roason It fell bo
colt by Pro.ton. ouo hoiso mule 12 ,,,nii ,Il(c,, aj u wa dcouuvl best
yeais old, 1 inaro mulo 10 vears old, I , , .. . . ,, . un,,,
, , . ... ... 11 111 up tho business. It Is wild
I work horse, 10 years old, U u good '
driver. 1 good farm maro in foal to that th0 company will hardly pay 40
Jack, 1 4-year-old Chester JpwcI m.ir,iviits of tho II. Wololi Rochester w.ih
good worker, 1 nuio boioe, 6af0 for 1 KMtlctt n8 recelvor.
women nnd rblldreu to tlrlvo; 1 iiir
WertHin nm res. I nnd U years old.
good worko.'s; I cow and 7 pig, lot of
. .1. 1. ., ...in. . .. 11.... .........
iiiuur iu(,s. - iuiir rum , n 11110 jurrur
1 cnrrlase with polo and rluftw, 1 set '
m'ouuIo usirns.. fnriuliu lai..l. im
; ; '; ' " "-:-'hoM ind .:eh
der, citu Ovuer that amount n credit
of 3 mnnlss ieoured by bnnkablo note
tonilng 0 por cent Intorost from dnto
W. R. DILLION. Stanford. It. F. D. I.
J, P. Chandler Auct. .
tniPrnP MliCT fJ7T Tfi
L-uniLUJ 1UUli ul,i iv
WORK, SAYS JURY;
CHARLEY DAUGhMAN GIVEN SIX-,
TY DAYS FOR VAGRANCY
AND OTHER CASES
Strict enforcement of tho vagrancy
,aw ln K ' Stanford Is to bo
"ad in Uio future, and Idlo negroes
who havo been loafing nbout tho
streets of the city will havo to get to
.,. lfl .... ,
llret (trial (to como
. . ., ,, c , months on
. , -
Up , lj .()HC0
BUCh a cnrK0 can ho tokcn os ,.
dlcaUon ot lmIjc .01ltment. Charles
..-.... ..,. .. !
against this negro, though ho wns
convicted nnothcr tlmo for carrying
tU.atl.r wcftpn. concealed.
llaM,h,n.. was .Mfended by At.or-'
,.,. j. H. 0wb1o), .,r, nm, t umU)l.
mo! mat no win i.iko an appeal nora
,tliH juilginent. Attorney K. H. Altorn
conducted a vigorous prosecution.
Among the witnesses who testified to
,e..ng Ituugliman habitually loallng
about the streets of tho clly and do-
Ing no work were H J MrRohrrti. X.
c McC.ary. Chief of l-oIKe 11. D. Car-! no mu, walcllod nffHlrs gny
lrr. ,.ec ,,,. an Rev 1) M Walker.
the latter tuning heard llaiiglnnan ri-L. i . ... A m
,,,,, w, r.l '" ' UJhevm"
' Mack llrueu. that ' If he fooled with
mo they'll havn a bUgur flrn tlinn
Uhn, In town" Sninrnl other also
that In town."
J ., .,,.. .,,, .... . I
heard tho negro tnaku this remark nt
the tlmo J. H Ilniikhnian & Co.,'s big
Bnugbman admlttwl hlnutelf that h
had done no work since working on
th0 court hotiM) nbout II months ago.
. but ald h nlwnv had money and
Lrwl li.ul In nnv Tin Iwi.inl r..n nnil
I...,. h mm ,,.;. ..t... nn, .... .,.
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,uuul-' '""'" u""'u t",l""s """",
' r- Attorney Alcorn might to
1.1.., ..l.l ........ 1.. .1, ..,.
""""-" """ ""'s " " -
onnecting Iianghinnn witn 1.0-
ing a "booth ggT" nnd blind tiger
openuor uui uie court ruieu aucti nu
i:il"i uui mu imiil lun-u m;n .i. i-
. ... .....
uenco t,ut a "'"K irrevciant in tuw;
aitiC- , now snatches or eonoroto eldewnlk
Ther,. was a large crowd In the!ta,d '" ""I'to old. worn out brick
court rmiiii to hear tho trial and much
ml kl.irl mn U'Hk iivnr.Bnil :lt thn vor
. " , , ' , ,, '
uict It !s unilerstood that other cakor
JB0hl npRroc8 , ro ,,,,.
seen on ho street, doing nothing and
wearing good clothes will bo pressed,
under the vnsrnncy law. It h s
statue concerning this misdemeanor cor,u-'r' to nu ,f ,rwt- uml a11 ,lril': J- - M.ihan bought a bow and S
wns drafted for Introduction In thoInviiK on East .Main strt which ImsP'SO from F. L. Yantls for 533
leslfcliiture b tho late Judge- M C
Saulley. Ho wrote a whipping pnjit
c'iMimi .into the law, which wns eut
out by the legihlntho eommltt.-'i.
Mnnv now think that It would be a
fidelity good addition to the law low
ever, and it is probable that an ni'iond-
nient to secure It will bo Introduced
at the coming session of the (fensral
Fields Snlter, Jr., was tried on n
FOR EUREKA PORTRAIT COM.
PANY GOE8 UP THE SPOUT.
Tb0 Eureka Portrult Company, which
hab bcen ongapod In business hero
for the past few yoars, has recent
ly gonu Into the bands of a receiver,
nnil M. A. Johnson, who was In charge
( general mauager, has tuUen a truv
V number of local men hold tlio
cQiiliollliiK Interest lore, nmmi thoji
. . , ... .. u ii.m, n,
""' - " ",v" "
Hlmnka. il. A. Johnaon II. R. FvKate.l
()f Ky( ia s, i,. Kossnor, of J
Asklncton-Sbi' b a rkh nuiib.nd,
hasn't xhei ml al tin
(Nft rJPfDfl nPHMRM
nu imuiw iiiiuimn
NORTH OF OAKDALEi
AGREED TO DY Q. A C, OFFICIALS
AND FIREMEN'S STRIKF IS
Iho strlko of whlto firemen on the
Q & C. rcuto was declared off Satur
day night after an agreement bad been
signed by representatives of the Broth
crhood of Locomotlvo Firomcn and
Knglncmcn and llorac0 Baker, gun
cral nmnngcr of tho railroad.
Tlio agreement Is to nil appear
anco n compromise, both sides yield-
'.hrt m, n.,,. hnM. thn
. 7 :." . ..
, thAit ono-half of tho pnsisengcr and
preferred freight runs.
In can,, any tinestiou arlpi-s over
tli, now agreeinenl either side may
,' t(, Jud A K .
Un8llIugt0I1( nm, iU itxMm ,' Uie
,,.,. bU 1)e fina,
The ndlrond company gives it out
that during thP strlko threo have been
Mlled. six wounded und property des
troyed to tho amount of ve
Hind dollars. This howevor, Is bollei
ed hern eto be underestimated. Mi"
tween the eouipany
ifi'i'tnn to meet the upponl of all th
Sheriff McCarty was called to Kings
Mountain Saturday upon report fton
there that a railroad engineer and ;;
detective had been shot.
re Concrete Walks
OHUErfED DOWN IN STANFORD
- pv r.,TV fathers.
The flty fjwucll -Is determined to
, ...... -,,..,
iiiiiiiiu iik ruuu orn 111 uuuus m
, r!o ,,,., ,..,,. ,,, .,,. .,. , . .,
1..1 iio-iiuuieu incuuiiK uiurfiui nigii:
....o. u. ... ...., -j
III,. I Hu kVI illn r.i.li.ru.l u iiiinil.oi- nf
' - -
ptivinjt. and it is undorktood that the
cood work will Im eonllnuod th.s
spring and simmer. Paving ordeml
., ,, ... ... , .
hud was from Mrs. Uattl. Mrby s
j corner on thL. north aldo of .Main
U lutley avunuo; from W. K. Wnrner's
1 fit iiotin or1rriw! 1 oniAtOil wltti itt.
-. ... .u .., anvvu i.s -w.
cce must to repaired at once, or
oilmen, will bo put down in its placo
Tim council purlicluised a uuantit
or now firo hoso and ordered the Ml'' Luther Ray, or lower C.arrard , Now Vorl; whero Mr Rroojcj iel
city oidiniiures compiled and printed ,Jlei1 Saturday after a lingering Hi- to Jon them
... , , . , r.cBs of tuberculosis. Rny was en-
v couveiiiPiit pamphlet form. J , ,. .... , ,, ...
naged In a fight with a neighbor by n , . .
Mr. and Mr;. James T. Mcnrfce ,,, of creedmore Turner. In which UaCll AlTlVeS
of Danville, were hero Inst wool; on Turner wab Instantly killed and Ray
a visit to his parents. Sounded number or times. Tho de AND TAKES CHARGE OF HIGH
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Itlco.'or Louis 'CM,ei1 wab "9 ycnrs old nnd lfl sllr SCHOOL BALL TEAM.
. m i i i r-i.,,1 nii 1 lved by n wifo and 3 chhildren.
vile, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ewlng Hall, of . . ., . , ,, , , . . . . , . .
Mr. Joseph Arnold aged 1 1 died nr- Mr. Blackburn Bohannon, of Frank
Lexington, nnd Lewis Phillips, de- tcr n protraclea illness of tuberculosis fort who will coach tho Stanford High
innnstrator of lhe Westcott aufomo h0 was a Confederate vctcrn of the School Base Ball Toam this soason,
Uio motored her0 Friday and wero1 David Logan company or this conn- orrVed Monday night and took
tho guests of Mrs. Sue Yeager for th.i 1 ' and ,B survived by a widow and charge of the squad at once. The
Tnftn MTnriAV j Columbus S. C, nud Ralph, of Har -
JU1M 111 Ldliey t Irodsburg.
uie& at TRAlTnRrHAiin APTPn Mrs- J' A- Amon' MrB' W noss Das
uita ai tAu 'sg "tin and JHss Sue Anna Lear have re-
Job,, McCorley. one of tho best "' several days shopping
known cltlx.ns of th0 But End dlrd 1 edition to Cincinnati. Dame Itu-
" .in linn I ihnt tlwifli la n4l1IV nWlll nf
at bib home In Crab Oicbard. Mondny
March 28th. after a long limes. IlelTTl.,, , , , , ,,
vna id 1,1 i r.,t nn Ti,..,tn. nni. ,i..i J. P. Friable and J. A. Iloazloy went 1
.vices by Mr. J. C. McClary. Mr.'Mc
furloy wns about 40 yeurs of age, and
Hurvlved by hU wifo nnd six chll
Rolls of Rlct. !
Tho most Important of the agrlcul-1
tural Industries of India H tho cultl- J
ration of rl.-e, of which a number of
varlettus lire pioduced. differing In
size, bli:iiM und coloi of grain r. wi II
a8 i 8Uiti)Mm.x fr cutlun.y ..irpoc.
Mu'- t". u C'U.' 1. 1 r -.re uuuual-
i.v pu ' i""'r '' "dw on" o" iht
TOrl'-tli' :.i" 1 ! i u.l'r '. ivv u
u ,,; ,, t
,iUHO- ,,u. '.
t ! .1 ! 1 . -
. Ui r.tatrU -
htituv tn .' t-
ufter Mint Ihijn rn4?A U 1
Uie tub it W vr's.
by i(-vtr flP' -
Iojmc r 'I
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I NEGRO KILLED IN
LANCASTER HOP JOINT
LUTHER RAY, PROMINENT GAR.
RARD COUNTY FARMER IS
DEAD OTHER LATE
Innca8ter March 27.
O. II. Anderson shot and killed lien
Ouyn, a negro at th0 hop Joint on
Campbell street Thursday afternoon
Both men wcro said to bo under the
influence of whisky. A special Grand
Jury was Impaneled Trlday morning
to find un Indictment In tho case.
V. A. Lear shipped a car load of
hogs Thursday to Hubbard, House &.
Itogedale a Cincinnati company. Ho al
so shipped n car load Saturday.
Mrs. U. !'. Hudson entertained tho
CbauUiuqun Clrclo Wednesday after
noon. Mimes. Elizabeth Simpson and Ocor-
pla Dunn the latter being district presi
dent, weie delegates to tho Christian
Hndeavor Convention nt Burgln.
An old time negro minstrel will bo
given at th court house, Friday even
ing .March, .'list, and Saturday April
, 1st, As part of tho proceeds go for
the Lancaster hospital, a good rrowil
will bc present
Mrs. James lloyston and son of
....!,....- ,.!,. ,r-.n. nf ln.wl rnn.
dim rvnuiii j uwuf,i(, u tv.. .. ....... .-
talnlng 31 acres, from White Mnrseo
for f 91 per acre,
Mrs. J. Fleece Koblnbon was bos
toes for tho Embroidory Club Friday
nlteinoon nt her home on Lexington
sfect. A most tempting llunchcon
added to thc meeting.
Prof. D. W. IlndKes who has serv
ed as principal of the graded school
here fiao Just handed In tls rcslgna
. . - . . i
tlon to the uonru ot trusiees io nrrepi,
:t morn lucrative uosltlon as urlnelpal
of the high school nt nichinond.
Russell Clown of Stanford. Misses
Hallli- Brown and guest. Miss i:ilai""u in-iuieru iu juubr iiuopio m.u
Thompson and Miss Lizzie Bettes of
this city irotorcd to Danville. Wcdr.os
A team ot Mr. W. A. Arnold's be -
nam.. frlilitrnpil nt Ihn whlstln
Rmnl nm,rlne mill last Friday andbect-of "The White Plague." Mrs.
"- --- -- .M!j J. Dickey. Pres. Mrs. J. (!. Carnenter
1 ran Into Mr. Silas Moss1 milk wagon
. ii . - ,
completely demolishing it nnd crip-
'lln l,( I..M tlr VnK hnil tost
i.""b " .- - ;
rotten out 01 me wnpm or n 1
thought bo would have been killed.
.,, , w T,mnhrnv wn r:,Uo, to
..... . , . .t.- ..j..l.i ..'
,-icrrn nauie. nm.. uj i..t u.uU .,.
her little 4-year-old grandf on who was
B0 badly burned that his death Is
,. . , ,.....!...... r .!. .a
"e wmow wmiiuwu. " w .-
lJInt "elshborhood in this county
and Walker Logan drovc. to Paint
, kk and wee unUedln ,nnrraBe by
tho Rev. D. H. Frlevson. Presbyter-
jmi pastor at Paint Lick church.
Lancaster wil! follow now in tne
,. ., ... . !- ln.1t..l,l.lnl
itju m uiiir tniu in ium uiuitiuuui
cfimlminion Clips W1 bo used for Sun-
la) couuimnion at the Chrlsllnn
iron children, Misses Virginia ana Neil
i Arnold of this city James Arnold of
luu' ""B " " '
'to Danvlllo Thursday evening, the hit-
ter to liavo conierreu on uun n mgn-i
cr degree or .Masonry. 1 M It
Mrs. Mort Scott has returned fomo J0e 111611011
u visit to relatives in Nlcholasville. j
Mrs. M. P, Frlbblo Is visiting W. C.oiES AT HOME NEAR ROWLAND
Prico and fnmlly, of Danvlllo. 1 LAST WEEK.
Mrs. Parker Gregory la nt home
oguiu, after a visit to Madison and
Mrs. II. II. Hall, of Winchester.
Mi rnd Mrs. Shcrloy Elktu of U!
li ik. ;on Virginia aro gnosts of Mr. io uio uou wno gavo u. ir. w-i
au-l MrB T. S. tilkln. Miss Kthel Idled of tuberculosis of the brain. He
Hilton, of Stanford Is with Mr. und wu.i one of Lincoln's best and most
Vis. 11. (' Biitson. Mis ilor-lot Fleet respected cltlzina and will bo tnissid
vpih la IN'ngt'in for mcdle.U troat lv n host of true friend who dilly
i't t oroof t city ha pltals. Mis. minittorod to him during rij Ion" con
,'! "art o' rrankfnrt Is l8ltIrg,flnoMHinL May Ood bo merciful t"
! Kiwnnil br sUler, Mrs.. tho devoted wlf,. he leaves to fight
- A4i!' - M's. (luorgo Miller LtibkiUfos rusged battles mono
u l! nr s Wslt to Mr. It. K.
. 'ti Walker has ro-
ut ttay in FUrfdu
Mrs. J, C. I'rntt of Colorado has been ' Qlirrn MAtirv CAD
tho guest of Mrs. Jnhn Simpson, of'OllLLr luUflLI fUK
,7; nuV;27 'I
Ington, Mcholasvlllo and Frankfort '
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Robinson of Dnn-'is DEING DISTRIBUTED TO FAR
villo havo been visiting Dr. nnd Mrs. MERS WHOSE FlioCKS WERE
J. II. Klnnnlrd, Mrs. Jonas Hucker of
Illchmond has been with her sinters
tho Misses Shugars. John MclloberU
and Frnnk Tinder went as dolegnter
to th0 C. B. Convention In Durgln.
Circuit court hns entered on lis
4th week hero. Tho trial of John Call
co for killing his first cousin Irvine
May, was completed, the verdict being
Tho case of Mrs. Salllo Pence
against tho city of Danvlllo for $800
dnmnges to her fnrm by tho building
of the wnter works, went out of court
on peremptory Instructions. Tho
trial of Quince Tankerslcy for the
killing of John Ross last summer was
called Mondny morning, with Judge
I'D or, of Cynthiann, sitting In tho
chso os Judge Walker was erayloycd as
coundc! for the prosecution. Judgn
Walker hns been appointed by Gover- J. T. Duddcrar 246.04
noMVIlson to try the case of John V.'.lw. H. Duddcrar 110.14
Lewis ngalnst Green county, ln which
Jucipo I. H. Thurman the regular
Judge, Is disqualified to set.
ON "WHITE PLAGUE- TO BE GIV
EN HtKt rKIUAY tVtlNINIi
The Womnn's Improvement Club, of
Stanford Is delighted to announce the
coming of Mr. Eugem, Kerner, Secre
tary of tlm society for the Prevention
of tuberculosis In tho state of Ken
tucky Mr. Kerner will gjvo a ster -
cptienn lecture Friday evening at 7
o'clock April 31st.
j 'The Vhlt0 Plague" will be shown
i'ti In nil If. lilfllnua fnrmft nnil rnnill
tlons Every home In Kentucky needs
J the edu.-atlon that tMs lecture will
five to it. We appeal to tho fallen
I children, the educators, physicians and
. "- ?" " -"'"o muu ,,.
ana learn what "may become a great
;u'M6ing to Lincoln county, we neea
tc Know ail mat call uo leunicu on n:e
, aa ... 1 1 .,..
J J- Dickey, Pres. Mrs. J. (!. Carpenter
,.hnw, h.i.h ,mi...
chairman health committee.
.T-iir frnn nniMTinM iiiitu i.ii
rvi- uuuu ran lull I I n ivi 1 1--
LER BROS, 101 RANCH
Will Uroiks of Crab Orchard, who
has been traveling wlU. a shoo hou
... - . ....
tor tnc past u years, rcsigneu nis
1 ptace this week, and will go on th
road wlth tht, Great Miller. Broj. 10
Kallt;h show. Tho Messrs. Mlller ar
ttorwer Crab Orchard boys nnd are
preparing to como to Kentucky, nnd
to Stanford this season. They have
tuo biggest and best Wild West Show-
ltl th C0Untrv to dav. Thev havo n
vorv warm naco In their umrtn ioi
nko to show In (,lIg sectlon ,f pos.
sn,e Thclr show hns been' wintering
"uia Timers- wno went oout to snow
the youngsters how to play tho game
On Inst Friday wero beaten so badly
the official scoro keeper throw nwa
hlB b00k and 8ent t0 town for an ad"
ing machine. Simply another case of
"couldn't come back"
The Lancaster Hl.h School has
hIIaJ ,v nnnnlHn nxmn nf hA nn
l""cu "" "" "' '" "' -
bet 'r Mluroajr nna xrol ,rV T
1 now endeavoring to iret one of tho
n U. teams over for that day.
On Saturday Maiuu L'oth at bis homo
near Rowland nbooul 2 P. M., tho
spirit of Joe Melton aged 41, returned
1. .. .. . . . 1. .......
He was Uid to to't In tho Goshen
remeter,. Snndnv n'lor sflrvlcos nt tho
losldenro by J. G, MoClnry.
VISITED Br DOGS.
County Clerk Gcorgo I). Cooper has
been busily engaged for the past
week or so paying out money to sheep
owners whoso flocks wcro visited by
dogs during tho past year. The fol
lowing havo been allowed tho amount
opposlto trclr names.
J. M. Acton $21.23
Jos I all Anderson lfjl
II. C. Anderson .., lfi.i'o
II. C. Anderson 18.GJ
A. Ucngo 8.21
Letcher Hunch 1 1.91
J W. Haughman 18.C7
If. Hrown 7.48
M. S. Haughman 10.45
J. M. Cress 14.93
Reuben Curtis 4.4J
13. F. Cain 11. tlu
W. II. Duddcrar 29.12
Samuel Damcron 14.93
Thomas ForrcH io.91
C C. Gover 91.08
jLUburn Gooch 11.95
,T 11. Hammonds 35.81
jj h. M. Hopkins 7.48
J. L. M. Hopkins 44.80
Benjamin Howard 14.93
John Herzog G.9S
Ambioso Hunn 8.96
T. B. Hammonda S.9C
Win, Jackson 4 7.48
Wra. Jackson 17.17
,hcss,c v. i-jnn ,.
iJaa - McKecunle Aj........... 7.48
. -"- "". '"'
iUUUCIIOy .l J
L. P. Nunnelley . .
W. H. Pcpples
. .... 77ilG
, w -, pcnDiog
W. 11. Pcpples
Pence Bros., . .
ccero Reynoldg J2i
v, u shankB 240
Mrg BettIe n wh0 jfgr,
Mrs. Bettlo It. White 2140
.nt . it-iit. if ri
O. M. xWado J 150
I W. O. Walker 4-13
. O. Walker
'w o Watts
. O. V.atts v.
, AppralBCr8 ICO
Almont Oare 3228
A. S. H. It.
C 'JJ - JkSau'lS
vurptt-i u.iiv- iu, i;u uy l
cs no by King William 97. 1st dam
thoiToxawny 4m8, also registered in ol.
01 1 10 A. T II It.. She -jy Abdallah Mlim.
Jliritln 371ft ho h.. Almnnl m Onil iln.Ti
r'-.v: ; - ",- "A.;: -r. "z:. i.. r."
Lady DavU by Crit Davis, by Bourbon
Cliief; Jrd dam Mattle S. by Foreign
Light, by. Foreigner, by Imported G en
co; 4th dam Bottle C. by Cuurfins
ham's Copperbottom; Gtb, dam bv In
Almont Dare "the natural show
horse without the KNIFE AND KRUP
PER or wclghter shoes. The rccu't
of a lire long mating with tho beht
lres nnd dams obtainable .and ns
proof of his rich breeding his colts
are winning wherever shown nnd bo
Ing offered as high as $230 at -10 days
old to 5600 at 2 yoars old.
Thesa colts are not of GRADE
MARES, send me a GOOD MARE
and get a BREAD WINNER. He is a
lull brother to Nottleton that sold at
a 1-year-old for JG00 nnd to Foxy Dare
that has won more premiums ttnn anv
niaro over sired by Dignity Daro and
list of others too numerous to men
tion. He is a beautiful bay 16 hands high
weight close to 1200 pounds. Th
shortest backed one you evor saw and
owing to location will make thc sen
son at my stable 2 1-1 mllai from
HustoPTltle on Liberty .pike at $16 to
Insure living colt Will also stund u
fine big young borso at $10 to iritcre
Mares traded or bred ekowhere rnn
den season due. Grass furnlsbod ct
$2 per month. Personal attention giv
en to all stock, but not renpotulbln
for accidents. Correspondence, and
8. T. POWELL,
v 1 ry
I J m g
Agtui ui uie - Jit you jr. 1 muta
tor, Mr R t"i Vim kni b uus
are kui.ik - e on
Fsrui ) 1 1 ich
blgtiei 1 1U1I 11 n-
cubttt '" " " k 8
blev, "i tat