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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 81
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911
EVERY TUESMVi AHB, FRIBAY.
ASKED BY BASTIN
FOR DESTRUCTION OF HIS TELE
PHONE LINE NEAR HUDDLE
A sensational I'JG.UOO dnmngo null
wns (lied In tho Circuit Court lioro
ItiU week by attorneys (or tlio Has
tin Telephone) Company, or I-ancantor
Fho chargo th,, East Teniicssoo Tclo
phono Company, the Cumberland Tclo
liliono Company and subsidiary com
panto with havtoK cut down about n
uillo and ;i hair or tho llnslln Com
pnny's lino near Hubl.o n year nso.
Klnco then Indictments bnvo been
brought i Uoylo county Brand Jury
i nursing certain )oiiiik men r Ten
iivmiou with .laving performed the
ctittltiK nt tu Instance or thu East
'tcnnessec, a cumpetlnK rompnny.
Tlio suit In slylml tho llastln Tele
phone Company against tlio Cumber
I ,ui a Telephone and IVIcgraph Com
pany Haiti Tennessee Trlopbono Com
Hiny, C-.ilnesboro Telephone Company
t'uttlhern Telegraph Association, W.
C .Moore, Iceland Hume, Jame N.
ox and J. IT. llakcr.
Tho petition avers that tlio Inrti
,dunl drlendnnt.il Cox nnd lluiilo em
tio) or tlio firm named corporation
dclendants "procured and hired the
ib li-ndant . 0, Moore, Ernest Wal
llner. Roland Chase, Herbert Carr
nnd Rudolph Shltrtet to come from
TenneHteo to Kentucky nnd with
tlio uiallcloUB purpose and doslEti ot
inierlcrlng with plaintiffs, business
and It soivlco to the public, wrongful
ly, maliciously and unlawfully b
themselves, their agents und em
ploy cut in many place and destroy
ed In tho night time, on tho night ot
Ciu 20th of April, and the earl) morn
ing or tho 21st ot April IM10 about
ouo and a half mllea ot telophono
Hues nnd wires belonging to tho plnln
tilt und located In I.lno:n county,
Kentucky Iborob) ilosltoying plain
tire h psornTty and destroying Us en
parity to se. e the piibllc nnd to trnn
Mict business, and ' nosing tno plain
tilt UTlic, put to grl expense In re
liilldlnglts lino In mU county nnd to
loso the prollls of u business und
tltureby interfering with uml destroy
ing Itjfc property and orvlco to It
daiiu- and injur) IH the bum of ?i,-
Tho attorw R Hie liasttii Telo
plione fwptipy ute H. II. roinllliaon.
oi iJincastor and Robert Harding and
i:mnirtt Pur) oar, or Danville.
'"$15,000 Damages Asked
MORE SUITS DEINQ FILED IN' LIN
COLN CIRCUIT COURT.
Another big damage sun wan llhl
in thu circuit court here ihli weak
when attorneys for W. . 'loodo a
trakomau on the Cincinnati Southern
inllroad brought suit sigambl that com
pony for $16,000 ror Injuries uileged
to hao been bUBtalned by (loodc,
uhllo acting as brakeman for tho tie
Irndant eompany-at Its yard at l.ud
low. It Is alleged that Uoodu was en
fugeti In tiiKiialluB In tho yards when
an eiiBlue backed down upon him,
badly prushlns hla leet, heels, ana
legs. Ills attorneys are Harding and
I'urycar, oi Danville.
Attorney J. N. Saunaers filed suit
lor 'Or.' Mar)' Haurftunan, a well
knotwi colored woman, for JH'O
ntainbt tho Royal llenorit 3o:Ioty, iho
amount being Inauratu-o which, it Is
allfBil was carried by her nusba.id
1'rauk Itaiifljlimiin, dece(ibe: . nnd
which, It Is claimed, tuo itorondnnt
iompau ban bo far failed '.o pay
Bnr lor dlrco on grouuds or
cruel" was Rled by Attornuyi K. B.
Alcorn or tills city ana C. a iVIIIIaius
f ML N'ornon on behalf or Minnie
H lilanton against J. 1). illanton, both
of tho ICi.st ttid.
There will bo nn ordnmltiK or tho
nowly elected officers at tho Chris
tlan church next Sunday morning.
Bom0 spotial vocal and inatninictv
tal music will also bo rendered.
Miss Alllo Hlagg has returned from
Cincinnati, whoro lic tins been treat
ed by a Kpeilaltat ror racial trouble.
Train dispatching between Danville
and Onkdale, beginning this woek la
being dono by telephone.
llio Albany Georgia tin so bnll team
with Milton McConnnck pitching de
fcatrl tho Jacksonville, Kin., champ
Ions of thu bouth at JackHonvlllo last
week by u scoro of 8 to fi.
Mr. und Mrs. Charles Wheeler nu
tod over to Danvvlllo Monday while
McKeo lllfro ami who and rrlends nu
toed to Lexington returning homo ror
ten, nftcr n day' shopping In thi
capital of tho blim grass.
Rov V. II V. Jones, or Ashtnbubi,
t ., who has been pastor of tho Hap
tint church here lor sevorut years
past bns ruslKneil Hn has returneil
homo to care for his father who is
rerloiiHly III. IN? made many friend
hero who regn-t his tln.it decision
to glvo up hi pastoral work at this
Whisky 1 nm told Is boing Mild In
this place on tlio sly nuil this hu
has been Rolng on for yours. The par
ties aro now Mottcd and evidenco Is
accumulating, nnd Just such a. slink
Ing uii as will come to them nt the
noxt coin t, will do them ror nil time
to coii'o. Violators of the law never
prosper tor any length or time, so be
waro. Tno blood bounds wore called In
Montlcello hint wook where they trull
itl bomo miles Irom tho robbed store
and round tho parly with the good on
The timber on about two thousand
acres or land has been pledged to bo
brought hero ror shipment to Cincin
nati provided we get fc trolly line
from hero to Moroland. The right of
I way will bo worked on In the tu-ar
rmuro nnd n Block company organis
ed. 1'huro wus u big crowd In town
Saturday und about 75 cattle on the
Tho numcroun rrlends hero or Mrs.
Ruth Grc-cn or icxington will bo
pained to learn ot her tailing nnd
(picturing her arm.
The lino up ot tho llustonvlllc ball
team that defeated Danville high
I bdiool Inai Saturday 20 to 0 U an fol
' Dunn 1ft base, llont-on '.'ml base.
Hicks :;rd base, Itllfi! loll Held, Comp-
ton center, lUruett right, Weddle
i short stop. Wheat catcher, James
I I ln.ll pitcher. sho pitched u shut out
game wltb only ouo hit nnd struck
'out IS or Danville's best batters. Dan-
IIIo'b bat lory, Webb kind Mannannl.
'Woddlo made uno tluec base hit and
one home run.
, Work on a concrete sidowalk in
fiont or thu Christian church is bliig
ilono and will Ip completed this week
:t no untorvtu-iiu hlnderauce.
Thu Christian church hero .is pre
paring to welromo u laigo delegation
.it Uio Tenth District Convention May
Itli and Stti. Dlegntos aro aslod to
send their names to Judge Win. M
ois. Tho ladles 'Will iero free lun
cheon for all In tlio opera house Mil)
4th and Cth.
l'rof. H. L. Calhoun it lllblo Col-
.lego will preach and ordain ono Kl-
dor and rno deacoiM Sunday April
'l'3id. Hror. Calhoun is ono of the
'rinest men nnd finest preachers
'among the disciples. Do not fall to
'hoar htm both morning and night.
j An i-xccptlon.il bargain In a Hue
'l'IMJ ncru lurm with new nnd upto dato
Improvements Is orrerod ut $7,500
(with terms to ault purchaser and pos-
I session in 10 days. Address llox SS
Miss Annie Dunn aud Mr. Kugcno
' Dunn Iravev returned from a most de
'llghtful visit to Mrs. oan. Traylor of
Miss Catherine Thompson n bril
liant pianist and Mrs. John Hnrrlson
nn eminent reador nnd elocution teach
er, botli ot Uourbon college, of I'arls,
will glvo an entertainment at the
Christian church of HuRtonvlllo on
tnooionlngor Weiinesday April SOth.
Adtiiilrlon L'5 cents (Tor adults, 1"
cents for children under 1-. A pro
portional part or tho proceeds to go
to tho Christian church.
Miss Catherine Thompson Is tho
daughter or l'rof. M. O. Thompson
who was principal or tlio college hcio
covcrnl years iigo, and hns dovoted
liorself very extensively to inubie.
Mrs. Harrison tho elocutionist 1 one
ot tho faculty or Uourbon College tor
cxt year, bo of com so is an artist
lu hor work, All who deslro a gen
uine treat lu the way or music and
elocution should attend this 'concert
on tho JCtli of April.
WANTS REV. WALKER
FLAI ruKirtu uhwl
Jlov. D. M. Walker pnator of tho
Christian church, has ro"hed. a leiy
flattering call to tho pastorate of tho
Ji'irnt Christian church of Valdostn,
Qti. llo will lcavo early noxt week
to look over tho field hero ilh a
view ot ucccptlng Uio call. valdosta
Is a city or about 10,000 population
lu ono ot the richest sections or tho
Corncrackcr state, and tho field U
nald to be a very nttracllvo ono in ad
dition to the larger salary which a
mora extended field offers.
Whilo .Mr. Walker's mail) rrlends
hero would regret exceedingly t'J lose
him, many have felt ror somo time.
itial his splendid oratorical abilities
nnd nggrciislio work In the Cnimo
might at nny tlmo be ro'.uihlMciifd
by a congregation which tould otter
til in mure than the local church can
oriord. Mr. Walker however has not
Hiado up his mind whether to accent
the call or not and will not do so un
til ho has thoroughly looked ovor ino
Called to His Crown
RCV. J. M. COOK PASSES AWAY
Rev. .1. M. Cook ono or tho best
known ministers or tho Cospei In Lin
coln county, passed away at his homo
lu the Highland section, .Monday ar
te r n long Illness ot cancer. Ho wa
74 years or age. He is survived by
Ills wire and several rown children.
I'.cv. Cook was a superannuate Metho
dist minister, aud had lived in Lin
coln county for many years, where he
wns generally loved lor Us good work
In the Master's vineyard.
Rev. John Codbey of Science Hill,
a classmate or tho deceased divlue,
conducted the funeral services which
wero held Tuesday at the Highland
Jumped From Buggy
AND QRODHEAD WOMAN IS PER-
HAPS FATALLY HUHT.
Air. James Owciib of llrodlioad
was perhaps fatally hurt while out'mn stoi ,econ,i nnd went to third
driving there Inst Sunday afternoon
Tho wind blow tho lady's bonnet olt
and in tr)lug to rugniu It siio drop-
ped tho linen. Thon tearing her horse
would run away, blio told her daugh
ter to Jump out.
lu Jumping out tho
young lady struck tho. wheel and lell .,,,,,, , ,f. ,, ,llnmti. ,ni,. , ., '. .. ,, .
t-ingie to ten. He piompti) stoic it,;0 hardest one yeti both bides work
lier mother becoming beared then second und third, as Kmbry dolayed , . . , . .. . b ....
!.,.. l hla u-ln.l.nn ,Sn, inltinv S "ftrU irOUl SUIT. lO Illllbll. i lit
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juuu.iu iiuu BiiiivHUi n mi
rock received tho serious injury. Mrs
Owens Is n largo woman and being
In mlddlo Hie, her recovery is not
bv tho attending
The subcommittee, ot tho Democrat
ic State Executive Committee having
tho matter In charge Wednesday os
lected I-ouisvllle as boadquarters for
committeemen who will look alter the
State primnry. Henry Lawrence will
have chargo ol tho work. Congress
man Ollle James and J. 11. McCrcary,
candidates for Senator and Governor
respectively, ltled oiflcial notification
of their Intention to enter tho pri
mary, nnd sent checks in ndvanco pay
ment on their fees.
( Inclnnatl. April 20. Cattlo -Receipts
73J, market slow nnd weak,
10 cents lower; fair to good ship-
rors lOQ'U; common J2.257M. Hogs
Receipts 3.US7; market slow, low
15 cents lower; butchers nud shippers
;t.l5fC.rr; common JG.nuiO'.tiU.
Sheep Rocolpts 828; muruct slow
and weak, !4.75ttU.
FIRST DEFEAT IN THREE
YEARS FOR STANEORD
IUUUJ IUIV iliniUAJIlVi
HIOH SCHOOL ROYS RATTLED AT
RICHMOND AND LOSE TO
NORMALS DY 5 TO 2
It wns coming to tnem and lhev nn-
ally cot it. After over two years ofinn out. rcmiirv tmauui h.,i-n , !
".,:: ... .i.- ." L.i.
coniinuoua victory on mo imso uau rtrst, and ho burglarised second,
diamond, tho Stnnrord High School iCombs passed ono to Joo Hill,, who
nlno met defeat Tuesday nt the hands' let R go through hla hands to tho
ot the Eastern Normal School of Rich. I ground. Sharon nlaved off nf nn.
mbnd by tho scoro or 5 to 2. And'ond nnH ii n ihm iiv i.-m.i..- ...t,,. I
at thnt. with level headed ba ball, I
they would hao won, for they outhlt
their opponents, nnd If they had put
up that tort or game on tno green
which distinguishes their work at
rtome, they would have won easily.
Tno Normals wcro unable to bo1o
tho delivery of Wesley Kmbry with
nny dejrrcc of satisfaction, but Embry
sacmed to lose nil control of tho ball
at some stages, and throw It about
the lot as ir h" did not know whit to
do wl'h It. The couple or bad muffed
flys bv Colemnn nnd Hill helped the
Normals on with their run getting, nnd
tho enso with which thev pilfered
bnst-M, on Kmbrv nnd Pennv rount
ed very Htrongly In their favor
Altoccthcr It secmeil n If tho In
cal lnd wero slightly rallied
throughout tho entire ronte3L Tho
presence of about a hundred beaut!
ful girls Bt-ideilts or the v"ormnl,
loyally rooting for their homo team,
may have had something to do with
it. A big crowd w-ns out to see tho
game, nnd the students kef up n
hot tire cr talk to the Stanford hoys
which seemed to have "gotten their
gonL" It wns not until tho lat
ter part ot the gamo thnt they seem
ed to pet their nerve. A fl"rcc hat
ting rally In the ninth Inning fell
Just n -trlflo Hhort of getting tho
Sam 1!. Lutes, c HcittyvRlo, pitch
pit n nlro e.inie for thu Vo'mals. He
I s a cousin of tho Lincoln conn
McCarty on First
i Lutes, and played ead ball all 1: Two base hits MrCaity; left on
through, Iodides leading Ills team at'base?: Nniiual 1, Stanford B; Struck
,1110 bat, out by Lutes ti; by Kmbry 12; base
I Stanford jumped into tho lead. on halls -olt Lutes 2; otr Cuibr.v t;
right orr the r"el aid " seemed thnt I Hit by pitcher Dozier; stolen base
If they 'could hole" their opponents Johnson 3; Lut03 2; Sharou. Waters,
If was going to be easy money. I Dozier, McCarty, Kmury 2, sacrifice
l.utes passed Waters and Dozier neat
I ir xnrilflrpil him to third after ho
,had htolen second. JlcCnrtv shot a
I liot ono to second and wns safo at
i first on n fielder's choice. Waters be-
'run down between third and. home
"" ln home with the first run when
Johnson let Lutes peg to get him oir
pecond go to ccnterfleld Colemnn
'new out to left rleld ending tho In-
mlns nnd there wns nothing more do-
lng hy our Inds until tho second in-
The Normals tlfil up the score ln
tho second when Lutes got the flrst.behave better people will surely EOt-
tlill fii Kir. tluli lit llftlnrv n nrnlh'liLi Jam tn Imolnrvca Thu ftr-1i wio
'r" "'"I- ' - ..... - ... v . ......
,nj ot (ry to catc, tho runner by a
throw to eltlfer bnpe. No boouer
had he landed safely on third, than
Kmbry throw Uio next ball pitched
coiidIo ot feet over Penny's head.
1 1 1 1 i.uicb iruiiu in iiuuiu.
The home team won the gamo In
tho fourth. Johnson lifted n nice lit
tle pop-up to left, which hardly pull-
Coleman Muffrd an Ennyn One
ed Hanis Coleman ut t hi trick,
but allni.o It to ho-mce out of ' l
hnnds llko rubber. Tohnson klr
w r -s. tfMm
, . ... . . . . . "U li llivar ilia ii'v hm
rtole second without troublo. , -k.
third baseman for tho Norr.in w "K ,Tll lB1L '" "ly "" lo w
is to get a try-out with the T.lv'j-' i c m wiujO may 'h.n':. '
blue grats leaguo tmun, '"hi . e . ". ukr o nb to c do'iig n
away in deep centor, so-lr J"' urtitj imj tocl' rus'nesn. Ho If
wn. Einbry gave K'-ndP'l for -u'V"' ,.3$ ' V,ra,J -till
me,, nnd lutes' ,ln?l to 'o .e - W,
no.tt InstHf.t scoMi.1 Je-nB. the 'I'li'i. -" '"g1 "i" om a iwo
(decision being mlghtly close at tho
Plato for Colemnn rnado a rino throw
SSS.' "bffdit ?ei"uS
. dmstalon.. Emhrv R.t.lrH ,inwn
innd struck out tho next two men re-
tiring tho side, but tho gamo was
lover right then
To inako it safe our boys present
ed them with two more In the sov'
enth. after holding them easily i
throughout the fifth and sixth. With
. . ' . ' ,- v "
shot tho ball a foot or nn nut nt m,
reach of Dozler. Tho sphero rolled
on to center field and Sharon nnd
Comb came In home. Kmbry struck
put the next two hatters, nrter tho
damage was done.
It looked Ilko there was going to
tor our lads; hcn sicCurty led off
with a long riy mldwny to center nnd
right, which both rielders started ai
tor nnd collided, letting tnc ball go
to tho ground while McCarty skim
med to second. Lutes tightened up
however, nnd Coleman Row out to
lett, Slngloton to center nnd Penny
to second nnd Hill died on tho Key
In tho ninth, the Stanford lads got'ttoublo,
n lima nervine, one noi quito a largo
i enough ao3r. Alter Dozlcr popped
to sion .Mccaity drove a BiZ7ier
through second, and Coleman follow
ed witth a clean drive past llrst. send
ing Hill to second. Singleton flew
out to thin!, but Penny followed
witn a corking single to right which
drove McCarty home and sent Cole
mnn to third. Hill tried hard, but
tho best he could do was a roller to
Lults and tho game was over.
School AQ R
H PO A
0 C M
0 1 1
1 'i 2
Uroaddu3 c 0
Carter si . . ..n I 0
Jolin.3oii 'Jo 4 1
Park '(b 4 I
Kendall lb a 0
Lutes p :i 1
iSltaron cr 2 1
Combs rf .1 1
Caywood rr a V
.9 5 3 27 15 1
Stanford AB R
Waters lib a 0
2 7 .
DoOeU 2U 2
McCarty lb 3
Coleman If i
i-'JncloLon ss 4
Hill cr .,
Total 2y 2 fi"j::v8 5
Cayx-Tcd" out V't hunting at third
innings 1 2 3 4 f. fi 7 8 l T
..01020 (I 2 OX S
lNcirmul . .
tiummar) -EiVrneI trans Stanford
bits Dozier, McCart).
For Thh;d Time
GRADED SCHOOL BOND ISSUE
LOSES AT MIDDLEBURG 'IN
MIddleburg. April 20
Tho graded school bond question
,aB ueun relegated to tho rear lor tho
third tnno. Now If tlio weather will
margin was qultd small, but lanio
enough to defoat tho proposition. The
community wns worked up to ft high
pitch of excitement and likely somo
tilings said that ought to have been
withheld. It .3 to be hoped that tho
trustees will allow ths matter to rest
at least for tho present There can
no good come ot n continual agita
tion or the question, especially wheu
there la no hopo of carrying the pro
position besldos no one ought to wont
to sco the country in a consistent up
roar. C. C. Compton Charloy Spears.
James McWhorter. Jr., J. K. Coffey
W. J. Codbey, W. T. Dyo. and Joe
Klllott attended court at Liborty Mon
day. C. It. Carson at Yosomlto it af-
riicted with a mighty larao back.
Tho road from hero to ML Salem
must bo grently Improved. We near
no comnlnlnt through tho columns of
this paper. Shooting at road officers'
through tho to'Htuns of a newspaper
,at n long rtti-muco Is not at all risky,
tildes It scorns to till up.
lrtt week, but. John Carson went
t h . very day. thuv Uo p ng our
nr.ll' In JolnL
lu s Wlntrey tlio tel- hono man,
Vr- in town Thurdoy und Frlda .
',.. ,.... ..,. ,.i. n. ..,- n, ,.
pound pis to 1,600 pound stoor.
Our morchants claim to bo having
";; ,trad K vr
oal manner In which tho weather luis
teen acting for a week or more
Found Dead In Bed
WILL CARTER OF MORELAND
PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY.
Morclnnd, April UOth
Last Wednesday morning about R
Will Carter waa found
,,H i 1 1 . a .
down town on Tuesday ana seemed to
. , .. , ,. ,. .
to ,n hia UBUaI hoaltb' Ho ,a 8ur7,v-
ed by two sisters and two brothers.
ono bcinB Ch,er ot X'0,lc "' a Car
tcr of Stanford. Sir Carter was about
hH years ot ago and had never mar
ried. Coroner Ocorge I'. Urlght, of
Stanford game up and made an ex
amination and a jury decided that Mr
Carter camo to his death from heart
Mr. Carter was ono of tho
best known residents of tbo West
L.nd and had a groat many friends.
Ho was burled at Mustonvlllo Thurs-
Crab Orchard April 21
Another homo talent play soon.
The joung people of tbo Baptist
church aro preparing a play Hrother
Josiati to be given on tho 27 Inst,
tho proceeds to be donated toward a
new carpet for the church. Let every
body come and help ln tbo good
Mr. McCluro Napier and wire or
Cleeton, Ky., have returned home ut
ter a several days visit with relatives
Mrs. Kmll Celszl has a lino hoy.
1 .Mrs. Sue Holmes from Alabama Is
visiting her sister Mrs. Mack Holmes
and other rolatives.
Charlie Jones of Hustonvllle spent
Saturday night with his parents.
Charlie is proud of tho boy at his
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. White have a
new visitor, a boy.
COMRADES TO THE END.
A special from Rlchmlnd telling or
tho tuneral or Thomas Hurley and
William Devoie, Jr., conducted thero
last week said:
Singular colncldenco ln connection
with tho lives and deaths of these
two men wcro that they wero born
tho Fme day, wero boys together
and grew up a3 chums. Hoth select
ed the same occupation, that ot engin
eer; wero about tho same build, and
died nlmost at the same time, on thoj
samo day and from same causo and
in tho same, manner.
Tho funerals wcro conducted about
two hours apart In order that the
Lodge of Locomotho Engineers could
OF POPULAR YOUNG PEOPLE
LINCOLN THIS WEEK
Gus Snitzler, and Miss Rhoda Mor
gan, n popular young couple of tho
IJttenhelm soct'jon, securod .license
here this week nnd were made ono by
County Judge Hailey In his happiest
Oscar Simpson and Miss Daisy
Iloskins, a prominent young couple
ot tho Crab Orchard neighborhood,
wero united in marriage at tbo homo
crtbo bride's father, James Iloskins,
Knch Is only 18 years
Ur)Bh' Carpenter and Sllss Easter
Hrnckett, ooth or tho West End so-
Cllrcl ncen3o hero and wero married
schoolhouso on last
Sunday. All or tho above hnvo many
friends vvho will wish them much
Urcatbo Hyomel, au antiseptic air
np puro pleasant nnd Loallng us tho
pines In tho ' Adliondacks. (iuaran-
te,eiJ hy (J( pUUUy 0 end tho misery
r catarrn' Complete oulllt 1.M. Ex-
tra loMcft 60 cenU.,
NEW COMPANY TAKES
OVER BI6 HOLDINGS
KOREINQ LAND & MINING COM
PANY ORGANIEZED HERE
A now 100,000 company has Just
been organized and has taken over
moat of Uio valuable timber und min
eral lands of tho Cuitrocrland valley
Ijind Company in Marian county. The
now company acquit ed a total ot
3,250 acres from tho Cumberland Val
ley land Company, which has been
ono of tho biggest dividend producing
corporations in tho state.
Tno new company Is called the Ilore
lng Land & Mining Company of Row
land, Ky. At a meeting of tho stock
holders on Tuesday, April 18th the
following directors were elected:
.1. A. Cralt, J. W. Alcorn, James W.
Tot, Horace K. Fox, J. S, 1 locker, J,
SI. Williams, Robert Hojd, J. H. Fos
ter and J. W. H.iyden.
Immediately thereafter tho board
selected J. S. Hocker, President, J. W
Alcorn, Vice President, and J. W. Hay
den, Secretary and Treasurer.
WELL KNOWN LOCAL COUPLE
WED AT HUSTONVILLE
Uledsoo Hailey and Mrs. Anna HoltZ
claw" surprised their many friends by
clipping away to Hustonvlllo Monday,
whoro Rev. W. S. Willis, pastor of
the Christian church, pronounced tho
ceremony which made them man and
wife. Mr. Hailey Is the youngest son
of County Judge James P. Hailey and
Is well known nil over the county,
while his brldo is also a member of
a prominent Lincoln county family.
Many friends will wish, them much
The Anti-Spitting Law
WOMAN'S CLUB HANDS, OUT
SOME HOT SHOT
"He tvho spits and runs away.
May live to spit another day
Hut he who .spits and hangs around,.
Will sure bo fined If ho is found.
Who can think or anything more dls
gustlug, from a simple standpoint or
decency, common politeness, or even
half civilization, than to see expec
torations ot nil kinds and stages, to
bacco, tuberculosis, catarrh, tagrlppe,
nnd dyspepsia, discharged on tho side
walks, In lront ot store doors, on
tho public stairways leading to hulls
and opera houses w here one with aOn
slippers and silk dresses must wndc
through, at any risk, for sometimes
It is so profoso that there Is no chance
to walk around It. Tho city council
has passed an ordinance imposing a
fine ot l to $10 for ,aiiy person
found guilty ot spitting on the side
walks ln Stanford or In any churches
or public buildings. Tho Woman's
Improvement Club waa instrumental
in the passage ot this ordinance and
the club 1b willing to stand by the law
and boo that it is enlorced. TAero
may bo somo who laugh at tho prime
object of this law, wblbo is to protect
health, but thero is surely somo
chaneo when wo appeal to the gen
tlemanly sldo of the question. Among
tho names reported thero were noi
colored people, neither Is It nil dono
by the country people, although wo
acknowledge that It Is much worse on
court days. Thero will be large pos
ters put up on the streets and every
, where, and he who runs may read.
Executive Commlttco W. I. C, Mrs,
J. U. Carpenter , Chairman Health
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION!
Relng unablo to give proper atten
tion to tho drug business, I have sold
my Interest ln tho Now Stanford Drug
Co., to J. W. Uryant a registered phar
macist, well known to Stanford peo
ple. He und l W. WhJpp my formor
'partner will continue-tho business at
the tame old stand. 1 hnuklng the peo
pie for their liberal patronage and ask
lng thorn to continue samo with the
now firm whero they will always re
ceive courteous and careful attention.
I request an early settlement of all
duo the old firm. AIT" accounts and
books found at tho drug store. W. II.
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