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The Stanford Interior Journal.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1911
EVERY TUE8DAY. AND FRIDAY.
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. .
.SHAY PENMAN TO DIE
LINCOLN COUNTY NEQRO Wl
E FIRST MAN LEGALLY
SluUf W. t. MrPart aari A. I.. I
.. ... , ... --
,... 11 today fr Hddyv.l.e.
w.W. uW will witness Ue Urctro
cutlo. or Sb.y Fennmn. the nw,
who v-as sentenced to death foi
nuMiultiic thn llttlo ten year-old dau
BW or Mr' ,unK,n" ' """"" w " .u"
put to usam in tno ciecmc cnn.r u"i,iU1I ,-,,., ,.,. nnil Mnry UunBcll
mre annuo nniur.u.y nioui.i.. m-
will be .trapped Into tho specially pro
paired chair, when thousands of toll
f electricity will be tinned upon hi...
sutflclont to cnuso mutant uenui in
will ke the llrst electrocution legally
kt-l la Kentucky, tho od method or
hanging by tho neck until tho prison
er In dead, dend, dead, having been
abolished by net of the last leglsla-
.,..-, .... .. -
ether quality of capltnl crimes such
I'unm'a will be taken to Kdd) -
lure, and l.lnceiorth nuirdererfi aim
rlllr aud bo i.l out or existence ,..,, nlrr nml Josephine Coui
'liroiiih the use or the electric chair. ton
,'ramia had been for some time Johl.,inlno Compton received tho
tun u of tho el.ctrlc :.alr. ,ot head marks In fourth grade spell
T-e crlmo for -Ahlih iVnman ",,. nild R0Oj;rnphy
touflrtrd Is well known here i nullum Southerland received mot
I'en.stn had been foe sonio tlmi- an lit.njmarl1, xt, Kraj,., K,.,wnipliy
n hand on the Inrm of A. U lUvnkln jjyrt0 Morgan recolveM tho most
n prominent farmer In tU Hubble ,lwlll mrk8 )n ,.K),ti, rfrmi. KiH)grj-
Motion One day last tnll while- Air.
Kanklu was attending, the Somerset
lair, and the mother mu tho little t.-n ;
year-old daughter were the onl) onen
on the jilace, the brute trapped tho
little girl in the sprlnghouse, where'
sun bad taken somo milk for
mother, llv forcn ho ureompllshed his
purpow. and threatened her with Horn, to the wife or UrK Vanhook
death If hi told unoie wb.it fcho girl
had done. The mother detected that Josi'pn Jenkins ot this place and Mr
aometnlng wis wrong when the chli -. Maxey of King's Mountain have
returned to the house, and tho llttlo swapped farms
oaebroke down nnd tr-d her pitiful i . Thompson and IjihwoII, or
story. There are no more law abiding "' Mountain Imve been In our Ml
and upright citizens in mi community '"Ke almost d-vll) the pust two or
than th Itnnk.ns. 1'ncles or the lltlM three weeks visiting th sick people
girl captured the negro fchort'y after ol oi.r community, the most of whom
wards at the barn, und brought him at 'his writing seem to be Improving
tw town, themserves delivering him1 Tom Jenkins who has had the mess
ter Uj tho authoritterf. At the lrlil I" " Rolling about straight again,
however. Judge Walker called lor J- ' l' wr,. death oc
trm.0 to nrotrrt the nesro from umb ""' ''0'' J"" "S" r,m Ul "a,ll
violence A Jury was aeaured ln Me mUsed In tills roininunlt). He had
ier countr to try the tnse. nnd return murried more coup es than nny minis
ed a ileulh vordlel ngnlnst IVllman fr In the county we suppose. .
whlrh the fourt of Appimls ntflrmed.l Hhough he was n Miperanuate!
aud overruled a petltien tor a. rehen , minister In the Methodist church and
tng fivernor Wlllsou I Urn fixed the l-''d "t ''" ""V regular work lor
date tor tho exwiilli.ti. ,"""' tUw "" WIlH l,rt'8P"1 at n u,p
i kttoM llHllinan soM tn gilts to
vir 'I eagim loi ?.'" I
MU Mar Chemnut Is .t-Mttnc. tela '
l ve in l.fxltiritou.
IriJ.r 1 unn oi l.e-.-1-ut.-i who
Mh been th HlttM f 'ei liltllttl. Ml.
I l Vt nt l.uliOBsrr was Vr 'is
V n; Mrt.. .'lie. Slr..MOi i tw as
Mr W t). Murks iu' rl'i h-v ikmi
hi the emAi of C. 'ii .'I Mat-i.-llua
.vss t.iKnu it! tiit Ve-lnsJiy
wllk a vox ere pi'lti in Ml. sldu. Ft.
Klllott cwne ror hliu ami eirrl.-l hlui
In kU e t 'i" -"on- o lit i,'fr
" 1., ( K up' f V f 't,v
a i ' I l 'p
V fil r ; . , '! " Ml
kH returned ho.nn niter a Ut-. to
hik vUter Mrr. Cl-lr .rno)l.
Mr.. Sivllle 41. 'veleU li wltU hr
ilauaur Mrs. Sum fiejihcrurfe. of
liitkiaoiid for ii n lnUrtlult- atsy.
.Mrs. Murtir the mother of l-i-.
.liiiii ud No.it. Mumro nt -hi- pUre.
7 In wns irlcken with paralysis -vbllo
vlsitlas at Mlddlodborii win. brought
H I.suea-iter Snturdnj whre ne vvat
met ut the train br her i.ttendlntc pny
clc.uii Dr. Acton, who carried her
tome nt Mt Hebron. Tin. ondltlon
nt Mrs Mnrcee Is serious Jfi.l shi is
.Mist, Kftelo Wl.ltt, or Davenport,
l-fclnlomn. nnd Mr. and Mrs. Kiter
V.iluurn mid Ittlo I Jul or Corblu
have rcturtu-d homo aftir a vls.lt to
Mr and Mrs. Marie Coins
Our lornl lads nlaved a zauui of
lull n Little Hickman on their homo
jsiounds Saturday which ended with
tho score or i to I In fnvur ir Murk
burr. Tho featuro or tho gnmo w.u
Iho pitching or llalcnmb nHovlng on
ly (wo bits and striking out 16 men.
i- ,.'., IMullrii- vvlin Ink! ii niitii.i
be," of chickens by rats determined to "' "l8 raolhcr " h!l8
make war on their dens He and ono ,l0e" 8ltk'
Ms rarm hands bt-gan the search . i. N. J" "M
which lasted tho greater part of thojrusty are sick at this writing,
da). Tney were mom ttnn paid Tor "
. thilr efforts us they miccce.ed In N - W- SJTSS
billlnp- Pflrt rats. iftarnnnn al nVlnelr.
&iaa iili i t
The follow Ins ! tbe roll of honor
ol the Moreland 1'rlvftte Normal find
high School for the tenth month end
ing April S8th 111 B. U Grubbs Prin
cipal: Teacher grade: Prof. Harvey Hop
kins. firarinala mtoAk: Mill Minellft PNI-
r.d. s..Uula ItackMt.
.. CatUt .,..
,IpfUo IJnkpr , u,a ou,ti Albcr,
, . nnd CaUiern
Grade C-Jole Lompton. Annlo Har
(.rad(, 3w,nm Kln(t alui rcno
Theresa Owen, and Grace
'.. ,,,, Comp,nn
Grade 1 Wlllard Piirdom.
i.nrollimnt 45, average nttendanco
j I'll,) following neither tardy nor no
sent. I.ImIo Ilrnckett. Chns Lunslord
Iruno Morgan, 1hel.na Curtis and
I Alar) Kusaell.
q hu f(,owlnK wcr,
, K( () mt (,lC(, K1
sere never absent
nils, llortlo "and
Farmer are still sowing oats
Mime little gardening has been donu
Mid some, completed.
funerals m both our clmrclu'K and as
jloug ns lie was nble, his sent vwis
nover vacnnt nt tho tiildwk pm.vor-
n.eeUug nnd snbbnth school To tho
tour sons mid two daughters with the
wife who are left to mourn l.ts loss
we snj. tr to so live that jou ma) at
Ihm meet 111 in In heaven
.Mrs. C M. Young with Imr two lit
tle daughters 1. icile and '!ol'rta hnvo
'.turned Iroui lloonuvlllc
allsit Ira Cook, ! Somerl, James
Cook of Stearns, Ira Cook and wife,
lllll and Delhi Cook, or Artemus, ut
tended the lune.il of tnelr prnudfatii
er Itev .1. M Cook. Minx Annie
Stevens, or New ,lban. Ind.. wni
he. iv a Tew das beore the death of
her Mile', Rev ' I M Cook
I i Hollas iin"! urn kvi Jurt i fun
ed trom a thlt to his fall or i'l l.yniiM
Tbos. Full went to Cincinnati Sun
day. Mis. Sander and children, who have
been t pending several weeks with her
lslr Mr. Joe Krnst here will re
turn to Clnclnnntl Monday.
.Mrs. Ottln hevolcio and bon aro
vlslllng her parents Mr. and Mis. A.
Mrs. Ilesslu Offult. of Cincinnati
has been with ter parents Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. A. King for scvera. days.
Mrs. J. S. ounp went to visit her
mother near Level Green.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wright went to Ktnu
a fuw days since.
Mr. Hen. Pollard, or Lancaster was
,Mrs. James Speake, of Harrodsburg,
U with her nephew here, Mr. O. tJ.
Mrs. Amanda J. llaugh or Uurnsldo.
U visiting her sUter Mrs Kulli
Mrs. Hnilett, of Cincinnati U visit
lug her son at this place.
Dclniur Adams, of Dnnvlllo was here
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SHORT LOCAL NEWS
Lawn mowers from ?2.tiu up nt
For Rent, grass lot on Somerset
itrcet. Mrs. Mattle V. Klrby. .14-4.
Rev. U. W. Robertson will preach
ut lagan's Creek church next Hunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
V. If. Hlgglus has added a gaso
line, tllter to his task, iq buy from
him and set pure filtered gasoline.
freo from water, sediment etc. Only the 8t. Mary's nine, with the excep
gssollne filter In. BUnford. itlon, that tho 8L Mary's boys probab-
Let me Insure your house and barn
before the fife. R. M. Newland. 5-100
Wedding presents In silver, cut
g la br etc., at Mueller tr.
Oil stoves nnd ovens next week nt
lor Snle. llulkllnjr. lot In Kowland
!.). Mrs. .Mnttlo V. Klrby. .11-4.
W. S. Fish repreents J.ily tie ntt
and strongest Insurance companies.
Let h'm k"P yUu protesteJ. 34 if
lint Two lu no ml books nnd a
Test.Auent nt Crab Orchard. Return
to tills olllce.
I 1-or Kent So acres, of early grass:
'everlasting spring In (.inter of Held,
also 38 acres of timothy nnd clover
meadow. Apply to N V. Pipes, Hub
Several nice becond hand buggies!
on hands for sale cheap. Iletter)
come rmlck. Fence Hros.
6000 riHls ol American field lence
now ready for distribution. V. K.
1 erkins Crab Orchard Ky.
Oti Moudn), May Sth (County Court
day) at about ...JO o'clock F. M., In
front ol Creer's shop on Somerset
Hlrn,!. I ultl sell nt nubile, outcrv ji
lot of tarpenter's tools, furniture, fix
tures etc. J. II. Paxton, exor Alack
For fc'alc. Mixed hay, baled,
Mattle V. KlrbJ
Stra.ved Iron grey western mare,'
unbroken: long roll mane hanging
down; gone since last Tuesday, ltu -
wurd lor return to II. D. Holtclaw. J'r""'sy l" r' beccuu viraiiiara(8omo distance down the river n.j nn- uiicner notei to .Miss reacnie uucnam
. i' tck out 'ml MrftOtigli to..u thlrd'olly landed nllve with nn experience J an or Mui eland, the Rev. II. C. GarrI
Slrajed A lour-year-old bay mare; 'on a a,,, ba" w,lich bounced over thc(never to bo forgotten. json otticiatn.g. s
brnnded F V; reward ror return to backstop. Simpson laid a bunt down Delegates to Ui0 C. . 11. M. Con-! Tho Lancaster High School team
j.u.. H. Woods. :i4-J ln front of tno r,Iat,' ""'eh 1-mbiy, venlon u,at meets heio -May 4th and1 completely out classed the Danville
fielded perfectly, and In attempting ,-.th are arriving and being cared for Hlh School ball team on tho lota'
Giuduating presents In great vane- to noId McGough on third helajed his by the local committee. A delightful grounds hero Friday atteruoon by the
t.v at Mueller's tho Jeweler. tr ! throw to first too long and Simpson dinner will be served In the opera tcoro or 7 to U in a C Inning gnme.
j was wife both meii scoring a minute touse. A number trom adjoining The pitching or S Herron nnd the bat-
Vouiig Dink Farmer. Jr., aged 5 1 later on Ito'jliibon's hit to center. Fob- counties attended the meeting and ting or his brother, J. Herron were
years, wants the Interior Journal to,lmon also trotted In when Peiinj ;,i,B. v jj, MorhC Irom (Juinvy, Ky.,'tho reatures or the game. The bat
d.tinttl understand that he has liiidjtlicvv low to utcrs trying to kill holds the distinguished honoi of com- teries: Herron and IJaEtln ror Lan-
a big part In the grading of the court!
house )rd, as well as Mb older bnrj
ei, Alfied And the Inteilor Journal k nth, anil tho hopes ot the big rrovd
undies to laitlifully chronlrlu that er Inns revived nightly Dozler wall--
I'o luJc curl, l.eudel mai vjik"J ed: Fright Few out to Hltnn..ii ".,.-
long and hard at tho Job and deserves ,iij bunieu and F ler v.ns th o vi 1 1 1
gl eat credit for his etlortb. Many old-Jut moiH, Fejn.v sale at liri- Ha
er mum wore wn to omiilaie su r an'htoli- t.ei-ond .i.al Aco.ed on watii'd
e:impk of unselfish Indiihtr;.
See our line of refrigerators before;
ou buy G. II. Farrls. It
Dcafncrs Cannot Co CurctI
tr ival riMcikMu. u ty wnoofni ctruw ow
ratl nrHon or Iho rr llirir H vcly uu v to
rt, d,tw ul thiv U tr rnoMiiukinl nuu-li-lAaTANFORD .
lw.to U vurl by ui mtUawd cuaartfcn nl tifr -I
murain UnU ol Ut I luurtun Tutor. Whra tKU . Fenny C
tub u In&tmbl ou htc a rumbunc sound or Im
i iit"l ttrarlu. and "Urn it u rotlrrlr rkoit Ixtt-' aters 3b . . .
, .m. i. (ha PMtilt. mil unlc tha tnfiamraatlnn rmn bn I
laa ul aM thu tub mtoreU W lia aoraul ronilt-
tm. bnuUK wul b dMirorrd turttrr: ab: nrca
out ot tra ar raurd br Catarrh. bJch U Mltoae
but an laaaiard roodlUon ol tba (aucoua aurtan.
W wul tiff Ooo nuadrrd UoUar tor an caaa ot
iMramnvt (rauard by raurrn uav ranaet a cuna ,
by IUU Catarrti Cum. nBd lor circular, rrr.
V. J. CHK.NKY A CO TvlcdOW X
FMd br nrunKta. lie.
Take IUU ramliy 11U tor eocjllpaUoo.
The Mountain Kvangelist, llev. T.
11. Thornton, of llouaiicr, Vn., Is now,
conducting rcvivel sorvies at the
court house nnd good crowds nre at
tending. Services each evening be
ginning promptly at 730 o'clock '
Hverybody cordlall) Invited to attend.-
A special Invitation Is given to trie ;
pnstots and professional men of tho
town anil community. Mr. Thomson
Ua liaptlkt but doos Ireo laiuo cviin
relistle work niul is snld In be n
powerful rulvocntet or tho Word..Hlbf ",pb0n Jb
1 I IfnliltisMii .1
subject tonight will be Fortune. To I
lug. lieu Sheens, a brakemnn was fined
S12S nnd given a Jail sentence, of 10
days for flourishing a pistol and Intl
mldnting a numbor of peoplo at Moro- Innings 1 2 4 5 0 7 S U 1
land. Judgo Ualloy suspended thnlytanford 0 0 I 0 0 0 1 0 0 2
Jail seutence pending Sheens' good be
busau Lackey, a negro woman was
given a tine of 1 for using nbuslve
langungo on Molllo Ilokely another
BONEHEAD BASE BALL
LOCAL D0Y8 QO TO PIECES IN
OAME AQAIN8T 8T. MARY'Sr
Ikinehead baseball Is about the only
excuse that can be Riven for the de
feat or the Slantord High School base
ball team here Tuesday afternoon by
ly outclassed Uh local lads. Time
nnd agnln the Stanford boys threw
nwuy ehanccs to get nround tho big
ring while the visitors took advantage
of nlmost everything that en me their
Tor the first Inning or two It was
n grand ball gnmo and as Staclord
scored first It seemed that they Hid
n chance. Th, collegians nre splendid
young players, however, nnd were not
to bo denied. Two fnst double plays
nnd tho best olltick In tho first In'
nlrig when tho visitors jot three men
on without scoring was nil that pre
wn'ed them running the total uo
higher than li to 2 which wns tlm liuiil
Hie visitors' battery wns a ernck-el-Jack.
Our bntters could find ICowul
hkl their twlrler, ror only four hits
while they got to Kmbry ror 11. The
,....! nun u. uunu iuuiiiuk khiiil-u
several chances which might lmtcj
helped bianlortl considerably.
-Stanford scored first in the third in I
"In hen llrlght wnR snfe on .Me- Thl, ,,rtUi.8t Held of wheat in the
Nnm.irn s muff of h:s 'ly to ilg.it,ju-Cbt Knd Is lu the green river valey
15rli,ht going on to sefor.d. He to.h ncar p;arclton. It Is thick on tho
third on a pass ball by Kcrln and I ..,, and , kllc,, ,,,.
wa8 lnon out at "' plate on 3 field-
ers choice when Fenny lilt, one to
Simpson. Fenny atolo second .nlflinie tlllg jpar, lt being past rording
Kownlski throw wild In nil tiitt to for BOme ,lours. Kindly ask our oblig-
nall hlra at thinl and Fenny scored. I lm? coun,y courl clerK l0 aUWbe the
The visitors tied it up 'n t!.t font tli j -writer Just how much help we expect
It' in r ulmn urlth nnj lou.ii ti
w" "" ' "
f?.r.lt uh. n li... ... . hi. I. . k..aI
"iwMhii imu w nub i-iii; .1 u t i; '-titui.r.
uuiplro Fenny on the foot "ill bound'
oi to rlqht field, end the rr.ni.er wa-5Jtry our clty fathers for the balam-e.
i afe. He took Becond on a passed ball, a Mr. Wilkinson who was going !n
MrsJ,h'r-: n J,'-':'"a''"a'8 "-1 io ''-,n,eritho vicinity or Kings Mountain at -
r.l-4. "ln"C hC0TC,x "" - oWanon'- U. reu tempted to cross Green river Sunday
. ter. ', ,i. -if a. PAVtinlHa rrnlni?. u hen
"t Marf v.-n tho n..'i In ih
-,"1"- w''n i.uiui-j- suirieu on uy nu -
,11"'' -oiisi , first ii,ai tip. who
the runner at ih'rd.
Stanford got one more In the se
ibliulo to center.
i iho collegin'it got ll.eir last taMypianatlw of their action. It such canmfnku ot paralysis,
in Hie Ml: when Hmptou shoi one l
, Singleton too hot for Uni to hanJIo.
IrMe 1-ei.ond mil was dncn homo 'j.v
'JMnw. s i.Ii.k: ta i':'t. ikrum,
A3 n H-PO A E
.4 a U 1 'i
.4 0 1 I 0 1
McLorty lb .
toleman n .
1 4 0
0 0 1
il'.mbry p i
Hill cf a
Dozler ss 1
llrlght If 4
3a 'J 4.M S 4
Madden rf ,
AB R H PO A E
5 0 0 3 0 1
I Kownlbkl p
' McGough lb
i McXnmaiu rf
r. n n i-t
'.".'.A 0 t 1 i'l
...t o I 1 I I
Robinson 11 '..'.'.'.'.'. '.i 1 U 0 0 0
t i i nl.
:;s 5 n 27 12 4
Kublnsou out b'liitlng at !-d strike,
Scoro by x
...0 0 0 1 0 i 0 1
Double plays Hill, Slngloton, Pen-
ny and Waters; 111 nnd Singleton:
Kern and Johnsru. Sacrifice hits
Kmbry; Hill; Madden; stolen bancs-
enny 2; McCarty, Coeman, Madden,
Kcrln, McGough, and Simpson Kara
cd runs-St. Mary's 2; Stanford 1;
I,cft on bases St. Marys 10; Stanford
8. Struck out by KowntsM 12 j by
Embry 10; bases on balls off Kownl
ski 3; off Kmbry 1. lilt by pitcher
by Kownlski; I'cnny snd Singleton,
by Kmbry; Johnson, McGouxh nnd
The baccnlnureAte Bermon to the
graduating class of the llustonvlilu
hlf,h school will be preached Sun
day evening nt 7::I0 ovlocl: at tho
lresbtorlan church by Itev. W. H
Commeuceintnt exercises will be
conducted nt tho christnln chinch on
Frldn), evening May 12th.
Mrs. Jetbe Traylor nnd son ot Dan
vllle Ky. were the guests this week
of .Mr. and Mrs. Heed McCormnck on
West Main street.
Knrlcs and .Montgomery th u wide
awake merchants of Karlcston, for
meilv known ns Menard. X nwd.
iiro enjoying n splendid general mer
Lhumliee business there, nnd li.uutfio
tonlldence o. the entire loimnunlty
i'l hero Is n splendid p.ace for it good
.Mr. I'reslej SU.der who had a se
vere case of double pneumonia Is
now able to be out and will soon bo
lion., to the wife ol lieorge .Mont -
, . , ,. ., nr rnmri
, unulUlI Mcn RMa llmt
go muii n1(e Uiat Uldr motiler
cannot tell which is which.
lhe UanBlnR Fork at this ,-lacc
i,Kiier &unda last than at any
'..'. . --i i...u.if.. n t
, iroill couniy conn lowaiu u.i.iuiuh a
brldgo across the creek near resl- Hon. and Mrs. M. II. Mabry enter
dence or D. S. Carpenter then w wlll.talned at a handsome course dinner
there was too much water In tho rlv -
'er. HIb norso was urowneu nnu mi
buggy broken up and after floating
lus nl010 moa than any other dale -
nto at the Convention
I heal ol conhlderab'o dlssatistac-l KluuiCy K Son lor $L'i."i. .Mr (iott
tion arising from. Hie letting or the'also sold a horse to V. U. llurton ror
coucietu work In front or the Clirla-'$20U.
tLin church. The committeo railed .oali Mance, or .Marksbury was
i to give tho contract to tho lowest bid called to .Middlesboro to the bedside
dcr Is the whole cause, nnd the mem of his mother, who Is reported quite
IbersUlP Is awaiting n satlbtactory ox -
.MHton McCormnck Is certainly
pitching fine ball lor tho Albany. Un.,1
team to which he now b'nen. The
Albany Herald o.Vj.v let t.arn 1.1 hn
bead lines, pitching like ifuLornwcV
ills doing. Is fcuro to win the pennant
He has captured the Georgia funs,
0 Our other protesblonnl pitcher How
- lard Camnlu of the National League
1 h making a world's rtcord so far
' this season and ln the tastest com
llpany In tho base ball world. He tnu
Ujto date pitched six games and won
Karmerb give our farm home a
J name and have It painted on your
lont gate with owner's nnrao bo-
neuth It. ir jou send producU to
market, have the name ot tho rami
aud your own name stamped on lt. It
S.ves character aud standing nnd th
iiiinnression that you stand back
tho quality ot which jou otter f.
u'sale. Descuptlve words make a pret-
ty untno fich ns Meadnwciott, Men-
. . . a .. a a -.
' Sunny Side. Robins Nest. Wluntlnnd.
ti. vi i.rrf.itv i in7irroir. iiiurn cinii.t
Willow Hedge, Hell View, Honnln Dull,
Hazel Doll, Vista, llulmwood Heights,
Is the namo 1 gave to the beautiful.,
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Helm,
Geoige P. llrlght makes ".v salve
that will euro white sw oiling caibuu-
cles, boils, bone felons, cuts, corns.
tlso vvlro cuts, harness sores aud
scratches on ylur horses. Guarantied
to cure. 25 and 00c a bbx. 30-'J 4
P. O. Box 19tf, 'Flic.no 2
OF KING'S MOUNTAIN, CHARGED
U. S. Marshal, J, A. Coleman, one
ot the cleverest men in the service
In this stato, and who Is very suc
cessful In running down criminal",
was In Danville Saturday In quest of
aa alleged law breaker, says the Dan
ville Advocate. He was after crao
Andrew Hasty, who it Is alleged
had been doing some bootlegging at
King's Mountain. Hasty was coming
south on one of tho two trains nnd
the Marshal dldnt know wnich one, 'business meeting of tho llluc Lick
nnd in fact didn't know the man. So'cn"rcri a constituted some jenri
when trnln No. 5 pulled into Danville.10 wa,t upon m wlth a Pctltln to
he had ono ot Jailer Fitzgerald
oung sons to go though the train
with n Inrge railroad envclopo cry
ing out tho namo of "Andrew llnxty. '
In the meantime tho Marshil nnd
Jailer Fitzgerald stood at either end
of tho coach wntchlng results. The
' l time there was no answer and
the young man marched through tho
roach nguln nnd this time the much
desired lndlvidi.nl nrose to get the
envelope which only contained a
blank piece of paper nnd the Mar
shal nnd the Jailer swooped down
upon their man, who Is now languish
ing In durance vile at Castle Fitzger
ald awaiting trial beloro U. S. Com
i n,BSjoner w s WWoll, which will
tako place next Saturday.
Squire J. F Ilounio bought a horse
Ironi Frank Arnold for $J25.
Alexander Koblnson son of .Mr. nnd
Mrs. George Koblnson, bad his nru:
broken Just above the wrist while
nandling the crank of Mr. Abel Wal
Mrs. T. J. Price was nonored by a
number of social functions while vlv
Iting in Florida.
lu honor, of Mrs. W: II. Ellis. wir- of
Attorney General Ellis, and Mrs.
1 Judge Shackeltord also complimented
this popular young Lancasterian by
! nnerlal ritnrr-ilnmpnt
i Thomas Dallard son of Sherirr Geo.
uniiaru urove io ine euy oi uanru e
and was united in marriage at the
' caster, Webb and Hann Tor Danville
W U. Gott solii n horse to (' 15.
. Ill, she having recenCy suffered a
William Itamsey sold 8 hogs to l.aw
son and Fiown nt C cents a pound.
l(. K, Mcltoberts sold a cow to It
t rtbiinVs for ISO. t w. Mons
bougnt a c-ov Iron: S. U. Ilenij Io
$4j. .Innien Duddorar. uutll recently
ja Lincoln county man, bought a three
year old sorr61 mare rrom John Gast
neau for ?200,
Jlr. und Mrs. II. F. Hudson who will
I complete, their lsit to various town
lu Ok'ahoma and other western
btates this week, have been honored
by a number or dinners and auto tides
etc. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Williams en-
tertalned nt an elaborato dinner In
H. F. vMlds, a native and resident
ot Garrard lor mnny years, died or
tuberculosis in tho city or LoTt'ngton
"last week. Tiio remainb Drought io.
"Ihw rormer home, lluena Vista, ror
o' interment. Tho deceased was a con-
last week. Tho remaliib brought to
'8tCnt menir of the Presbjtorlanl8
inured nnd a sister of Mrs. J. J Poorj'here It started. It teemed to ride
of this clly.
. .. . ...
I logs Tl.uisday to Cincinnati market
nr. f .'nv ciiititwui n nnr.in.ui nr
I and V. A. Lear a car-load the dav lol-
y (). RIgney gavo a cholco lun-
'dieon or repast In tjie icar of tho
'citlzeiibllniikThumHy evening to 40
or more Masons. Tho occasion was
the eurollmeiit of soveral new mem-
, o" In tho lodgo Alter tho supper
g.ven by Sir. Kigney, something niter mortgage. If you are In need of money
o'oven o'clock tbo Masons repared y, j0an you up to 40 per cent ofthe
iheniselvtw to the Kengarlan Hotel Valuo of your land. For further par
vhen n roynl banquet was served. tlcularj write to O. D. Swlnebroad,
Attornoy, lncaster, Ky. 25-lf
WANTS TO BUILD
9 ONE MORE CHURCH
REV. R. R. tfOCL MAKES AN AP-
PEAL FOR HELP FOR BLUE
ltev. H. It. Noel tho won known
liapgst dTne, who has been Iq thjv
ulnutry for thirty years, says that
he has built 29 churches, and wants
to build one more before ho gives up
Uie good work. Ho makes tho
On Saturday April 29th, 1111 In a
come nnd help them to build n church
houso wheraln the may meet to wor
ship God. This church Is located at
the foot of the hills midway between
Stanford nnd McKlnney and Is com
posed of some ns good men and wo-
tuien as Uod ever let the sun shlno on
P1" aro rlcb- onI ln Brace. Tho
" wua consiuuieus some years
since but never owned a house of wor-
shi. They need help. They sure
worthy. They need about $600 to
build. My friends of the county, or
ovcry credl, aud or no creed, have
nobly stood by me In th past and as
I am growing old In years and feeble
in voice and not able to plead ror this
noble enterprise, don't wait ror lt,
but through the matl, and by hand
send in checks nnd cash nnd help me
build one more church house, and
they came, both men and women ua
many as were willing hearted."
Ex::':.'. it, R. noel.
During a recent meeting here, a
small dog followed Ms master to
church and becoming lost, wandered
to tho residence of Mr F. T. Parks
where It found a good home and good
treatment. Here of late the canine
forgetting all his former good man
ners, abused the confidence or his
new master, by regaling an epicu
rean tasto on nice, fresh leghorn eggs
and bringing the biddies much grief
ln Ulo loss or a part of their promis
ing broods. Neither threats nor en
treaties put any stop to su-h repro
bate conduct. Last week the end
came. After a bad raid on the young
poultry, the good lady of the house
procured her husband's rcTo.ver. and
four well aimed bullets cut short the
outlaw's career. We heartily com
mend the action of Mrs. Parks In the
matter, and think all the women lolks
would do well to learn to handle fire
arms ln case, of need.
.Mr and Mrs. J. M. Cress were call
ed to Hiatt, Ky., to attend the burial
of their niece, Miss Fannie Hiatt,
whobe death occurred Monday at her
home lu Mt. Vernon, after a long
Illness fiom consumption. The de
ceased wns blxteen years of ago and
tbe daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Conrad
Hiatt. who formerly lived at Hiatt.
Ky., She Is said to have been a most
excellent joung lady and ner Mil ak
ing awa will cause much sorrow.
Her remains were laid to rest ln the
family burying ground.
Mrs. J. F. Payne has purchased a
nice new steel loom and will soon
bo weaving carpets. The machine Is
cf the best make.
Quen the old family mare', belong
lug to ir Jo'ji vviilaiis died iton
ilay night. Mr. W.. toeing tS be UariB '.
a lot of bad .tick with hls'BtCcS-.fia
lng lOBt a fine mule quite recently.
Mrs. T. W. Naylor and mother, Mr
George LawBon near Cedar reek.
Miss- Jessie Uallard has been quite
HI of pneumonia, but -s much better.
Kev. T. H. Thornton and son, ot
Monuker, Va., have been visiting their
son and brother, Kev. K. 13. Thornton.
Horn, to the wife oi Richard Dye
house, a nice 10 limnd glil. And
Richard now Is all smiles.
The recent rreshet on Drake's Creek
did considerable mischief. A good
corn planter belonging to Augus liar-
- - -i " -
to's was cameo ofr. ..esldenU on
W ' " thf ,Mos,e,r ' eni1'
It . is It passed, full 5 miles from
as easily In tho water as a boat, ton
I .. . ......l t. -. A. 1 .. .. kIah ilnniiv
flii 1111 TITIfl 1. fl' 1 1 1 1 1 IT 11 IllcJU Ulll(41lVa
,' ,,n f the romo passed over
lit ii Ail tilnririwl t r VAiIfiU. ffirfl IlIlll
MONEY TO LOAN.
0n Ullcoln county .arms. In any
mount ucr J3.000 Rate of Inteiest
c .j, j)er conti Term, Q years, with
prjtiiege lo pay after one year. Flut
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