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The Stanford Interior Journal
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 49.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KCNTUCKY, FRIDAY JUNE 23, 1911
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
Wi w;wir !iij ,i
To lie Royally Celebrated By.
Masons Here Saturday
LINCOLN LODGE TO BE H09T3 TO
PROMINENT BROTHERS FROM
OVER STATE LITTLE
UatMrday I at. John Day and'H Meeetck, Swhir Warden. John M.
l.lncoin county lodgo of Masons will Reed, Jtwttor Warden. Jnma Itotton,
by boat to their brotbera of the Htate. Treasurer, X. It. Cnrnnti, Secretary,
A maglnccitt celebration wTll be held (Jreenbery IlrkSHt. Senior Deacon,
at the Tate Woodland oh the Homer Jobn . Myers, Junior Deacon, U. B
set wlhe and thoanaade iX Maaona t'a dwelt, Tyler, tbe remaining mom
aHd their frtonde are ox pasted to Wo here being IMuM N. Vaadheer, Rich
present. ' rd CoM. K. II. Wooda, John M. Hail,
At lonwrrow'a Maeonle Celeb- Jaino. A. llarrto, A. (I. Myere, Jokn
tloH rutislc and entertowawnt of 8 I ml ley. Win. a. I locker, Tho. FI.
auiue tort wilt be furnished on Main
atreet ot (be town until the arrival
ol the 10:4 train trow I.uIbvI.i
whteli wlM Brtmt a Wwe number
ot vlalttMg MaoHa.
Aftor the anlTal m Uelss uaw, t
lino of march will bo ofod In front
ot tho lodge room, asd tbtf Jtnaotw
cud fcolr gvotia WW tWd
picnld groMHM. too urnsr m m
wtU he aa fotows:
UtU Patrol with
Tyler with dfWwT
MUhV Lodge htaaosw.
Chaplain ad OnMava.
ilraud jotm Otscofa,
ittnena and rrlseida
Unooln Oeontu Mi
There are n Uaeohs. coowty lo,
.Masons who participate. actively in(
the airferptieea of their lxdge. la aa-
diiwa thereto, there are m largo attm-.
her who lor different reasons no kmg
r aartlcUMle actively in
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ssoetlngs, but tbey ore nil men whooe
ear. stMl are onto to the s.-cre'
words of reeoaaliloa. sad whon good
rtalu hands ail I respond tj ih fra-
In LlaxsjfA' oooaty aw
WMttrd. HnMontrnla. !. .. at Ho,
Uh,,. W.ynbarg N aV at
Waya-ebura. lrrich Wer No. Ml
at Praachorvtlle. McKMUsa No. aJI.
at MclUnaoy. Crab Orchard Na a,
.- i. nh.j
i iren v-.-.-.
TJW Lodge nuwlre. indicating the
TwoYir 'f tholr - ostaMloJanoat, tae
Masoulc Lodge la Kentucky bav
lag been established at Loslngtou
anV Known as lealngtoa l-cdge No.
Mnco '. the pn jdsag oHlcers
A li. Uunlr jAm n laia'raaB-
i, known th, llaator of tho Lbo
mm Olocu-d for the Prtod of one
,ear. Uve born a. foltew.
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a..t. ii Uae, It rt AlrMsl riarik
' v' "-. "- v
T. Htiioneiis, u. w. vwiHf , j.
A. t4tl0 Jchn Haw, A. G. HsuTman,
Joa. ft. MctlAy. U W. Yaa. J. T.
Bonn. A. A. Warren. Joan X. Path
nt, Mward R fhenault. 3 Umos. A.
. h. Penny, twite: II. J. Darac 3 times
..i. ..... ... . e ..... .
T. Mvitenutsc. sHcpnu m. juyera. a.
t.Wi-nioia. Geevg,. I). Uasoer. twloe
II. l.lPenny. 3 firms; J. N. aaotdota.
MntiaVu; J. Wlr I ml. J. N. Menifee,
KoJ HiirioDVtl'e lole o 1X4;
Cuanlley Sluptnan, llav-klan Rro i.
D.trtui) Ijuuisr. Sam O. Iweker, t. u
Ife I own, twler: JoJak A. Bt i'c 1
Umslalamp. ?. tltvona, nam llebu
4 IAW; Rlorigv C. Hooker, f.ogr
v. Ai-umi. 5 times; Coacft M. OIn-
.'" "' times; . . iinxA r. 11.
n W"'"' twlc',, " Kaon. tho
'Barkir. George 1. Woarhorioul,
fwr WuynestnirtT ldito No. M;
Ckaro Itrtvpolds. Hugh Dwustl. liar-
.Voy Plcyd. W. I). Hooch, Milium
Johnson. Mcllenrj tiflocli. twh-o; N.
IL Whoeldnu. It II. Cnld.v.lUU ttmoe
n rocoid In length ol service. In all
piubablity, not uxei(dod' by any
Musnn In tho United States. Kuit S.
Gooch, ,T. u Ale-Iullon. John A. Sin-
gloton, John N. Harris, Denlp Phelps,
IJiibt. I). .Munsoy.
For Dnrrlek Warner !dgo No. fCl
William H. Miller, S times; John T.
llnlUclaw. 7 tlnuu; David Scott, N.
t.. Itigsby, Joel M. Holtzolaw. John
I'cttiis, W. II. Cuniliiins, Joseph H.
White a times; W, A. Cnrscn. John
Anderson, T. F. Grosb, J. II. Cavtirn,,
.lohii II. Hutching, a times; .1. K.
llntzciAw. a times; J. M. Crois, T.
Y. Hhaw, M. F. Iiwrenco.
For McKlnuey Lodge No. C31. J. F.
Mocker, twlco; F. M. Ware, i times; otllco and hal ways of the building
James P. Crow, twlc-; N. H. David- and tho wildest terror seized most of
son, 3 times; K. J. Tanner, 9 times; tho guests. In tho midst of Uie con
K. M, Kates, Green Moore. tuslon, the Kentucky girl heard u
For Crab , Orchard Lodge No C3C. friendly call at her door, and open-
Joseph JX Pettus, 8 times; John It.
: 111(7, J times; George W. Dehord,
I twice; J. It. (lltker.ion, Levi T. Knler
telce; W. .1. Hdmlsinii, I tlnn;
(liietav (leleel, V. M. Phillip, O. B.
Some Llraoln History
In 187T) trolmf Id trowMee growing
out of war prejudice Kill ebarhtftoil
by a tew mentor of IJacota I
' No. M a nnmlrer of It MaiHlitjra'wHIi
t 0r(Htd I-- (f ,lM.
tiicay grant"! (torn a cUniter and
Ihey eatabmhed BUiifonl l.txlae No.
413, camrxwed rt tan lWrowiMg oir
ftaaoom Oareon, ilaater, John
Hhanha, An. U Hall, George I). Hop
pr. George P. Bright, ICdward R
Chrnault. Jamea B. (), P. M.
i alhot, John V. Pettwa, B. H. Bryant.
Alford Sunbor, O. II. crow, J. r. Per-
tm, J. m. Duhs. It. I.. White. W. II.
' filler, John M. Rochester. J. C. I lays
w. II Oontir, John t-tnnlgan, J. II
he,Hocer, A. A. McKraner nod N. B
TIMW men hold their meetings In
the same hall, naod by l.lmoln Iodg
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iio. m, hot of rouran m dllfereHt '
I Nights. Pralertwl raterconrse was
emekaagod between tre two lodxos
and m November r. 187S. bnnherly
jwva triumphed thP two lAtdgos were
tcnsNWiidated: Htanford Idg r-'
iroBdered It. charts. WMlVrttit Its'
memiwraaip ana property nmainga.ia Una, it toomt to aw I wm gener-
Ibetame a part of Waroln lxidgo No.
tiaoows ry In Kentucky
T)MW ttK iu Keatucky 107 Manor k !
ljoiwtm vHK , acttrtr rsabrsrlp ot I
-w- rr tho support ol their,
Wld, mmt orahans Home at'louU-
villa, thflT pay ngoMairy I '.n.0b.
Iho Hoc was foaaded In lsCJ and
aa the rst otto la the world to to
v ur rrntemal ord.tr, tut
Mnnt and OQulamoat cost ni.J,tiiK).on,
at ihu time n widows r given
horn tala and 22 children aro
,,,t uc.1- ,Bd $un ,.,,,
,,. 3hUe uiAmmf. 15ST
rh"Wrw .,,. rmlMd nml ,.
tad lh-wm vUmiM uT. toad ot
Kentacky. tho Mnaoas In nearly very
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hum m ia ANMMlcaa uiH(m aati
tt)otl Uo jtarn countrloa haV'
pianud aunllar kiMsoa.
The craft In Kenturkj- owns o
,,f.iu,fu -r- farm lit Jthelby
i-nuoty and upon It a magMlflcei
ljom f -eeUlutei .aBerannated
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Hrmoersu use rrwiHj, in sHpawn
wMe , Mv.
u to wep9Md tfca, ,H lHl,m.
wjmpmetil humui be eatatHinnau at
Louisville fM- the treatment of the
t nose magniaconi cnarmuJ, cosus
i they are. fall bat MgMV upon tbe
porkou m the ianJvhraal Mnwus, be
cuuae every Mason hi Kenttwh,. con.
trbnteo aad uitrr man of thorn the
WWe with thom.it la it
ttMb. Mutitlr rf rivle. hut emmil-
ty oi but den.
n w. .w. .... .re enaai hp-
py raee-t ot the Uul fe.loa, who are
nere iwmu i mmiiiic ur-
to Join In th celebra
tion io ho bold, V4 readily vmdei
4 wtt. , )lc tht Orphivi
MaBM. ttnl wliv. in full rears r in
imu. their neons ar0 not negectea.
Bot .,Wy un,, mtu to quip tleui
for place of tikafuluess ami of hon
lu (M(1 ,,,1 u ,,' wiw,incnt
charity, ginl In It KoaUicky lends the
xswmeewjia eg raa nusuniv """ " '
kUlri(t for thl Mw, orlglnnteil
A Tru- stBr.
. ' '
A number or y.-ais tigo a Kf-tuoky
uirl. irntolliifi nlone In a Soittu-rn ,
State was, by roanon or a rvir .id
accident, compelled to leave her
train and . pond tho night at n way
sld0 Inn. Upon ll'o-wak from ibo.But on top of one of tho posts. 110
lallway irtickg to place ot uutortnln-
inent. a gentlonian offered to carry,
hor satoJiul. 4 dullreriug It to him
nho observed that a Jlnsonlc ombloin mi) thing to shoot witi:b nut he nnd
swung at his watch" chain. 17 d she' fouiothlng else, that boat a cannon
gnld to the courteous stranger, Youn'1 hollow. I didn't know then wlmt
wear tic emblem that both uiy fathcr ''o did, but I know now that ho nmdo
nnd my brother wear." , "" distress -signal nf a Master Mason.
After blio had written her name up You could have knocked 1110 down
on tho hotel register and had gone to with n feather when 1 niw thos0 men
her nrivnto mmrtmont. a violent and I i'Bi" climbing Into their saddles and
long continued pistol battlo wast
lought by n nuuiebr of men lu
lug It, found a chamber maid who 1
i iluiih ntjia gnjeajBirfila m ii iiaaanaii s
Mill to her, "A gentleman donl "The old follow Invlttd hII of them
stairs (old roe to tiring this ui ("'into tho Home, mid I tell yon I felt
joh" nnd banded to lier the watch t mhly ariiienmjsli whm they ratfe up
from the chain of which swung tho
Maarmie emblem .'he haul noti th
Mranner wear. There waa no tnee- Iik ky enoiiRli not to nave been born.
jiage and no wortl o-f neiu ranee, Imt In limn to luni a nhnre In all the
a Ifitw KetHwky Rirl, In a dlntant trouble, nnd tlion tlier all went Into
fHale, a ahe imt that IlUe square and be limno and Imd . drink of old apple
rooipaen undet' her pi lrw, npon It brandy. VVfien' tltoy all rame out the
roll aaleor), with the afreet ajeeurance'cnlonol told hla entertainer that a
that In tile rourtoom atrauger, the fuard wmitd lib placed at the gate
had both her father'.! nnd her broth- down at the road, nnd that hla prop
er protection within the range of my ahom) RtR b dlatnrlied. They
eaay call. What It meant ahe in- rnllopeil aHF, and I went In and pack
tlrly Knew, trnt all
meant ene may never www
Aa a dignified KOHtHehy
ah will watch the ttM t march to
morrow and at tho Mwe or. Oo
IH hear the allent rrwtnr that wo
man will offr r for the who that
Maeoalc emblem was.
Checked By a Shjn
"1 aawjn rtmtment
- 1 cavalry halted one hy an old Virgin
Ian. who had no anaa )n Ida band
and who didn't speak a word," aafd
I Juale A. Cowby, Uia (rfan't aenteant
of the Second District police force
"it waa during the retreat 'from Pe-
j teramirg. In April, IMS. tho day bo-
fore (Jeueral !e aurrondercd. I had
! lieoM sutkmed here aM a military lel-
, egrapn rfiernjcr, nut jum oriore
Richmond waa evacvatod I waa or-
dered to skedaddle and join the army
"1 wm aomxwed to be c ose to
uen. 1-oo'a beadqtmrtera oh the re-
treat. Imt 1 considered myself mlgh
ty lucky to got any place whore 1
rotiM hoopia wholf akin ad out ot
reech of Bherldan' cavalry, that did-
not glv, vm toy peace for a. hour at
'July WW tt. wagon fmln. Md tnere
1 , ST J?! .rjJlL ,
blua'ooats would daah In. destroy a
irtloa of our' wagvaa. and then
wottaJ have to get out to aragfethe
Iro our cavalry and infantry fcid
poor to them,
"We ore g'ttlug pretty well up
I tho eonatry, marching and Renting
aU te way. when one day ' amnu
MOM I Was going it alone through a
aloeo.'Of woodland aad came on a
boautlful (nxlng Just at the edge
; UM now. i nsu act
eat, tnrcopt corn, ana
a muiithlut Ll.
bmtMi n. IgswuiaWt.JW'oetlw.ea, owjrtur
f.d.,,. mi , 7ollOT., 0- path out
WJo th. open, thinking It would ead
u a ,16UM. , 81l.t mlsUwMlp
when 1 got 0 the edge of tho woodr
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cnaeo un iar aa. i won up w uuc
treat gate and Into the yard. TLere
was an old gentleman on
Unt before 1 could speak Ms wife
. ran out crying the Yankaea wore com
i told them I wasn't a Yanhee. but
., confederate aoldler, without a meal
"T "" " ""jrw
J TcJ tou dv..
di. evctaimtng the YmOmob were
coming up to the bom e. I saw
, ' " , " , T" ,
throogh the front door what looked
-ik, regiment of Yankees coming
along the road and up the wtndins
(arrtuge road to tte house.
"YuiiHW. my son.' said the oil
man; and I caught on In a limM ruwwriU Vw cirtMl '
i wasn't anything more than a boy.
.- i immsm i u, , ..
ol a baby racket 1 ran out and hit!
under ttu, .p, ,,. (eKgrun ii,
,trurattIU wtalcU , c, r.. ovt
iuy HluHilder, awl then came back
rud aat down near tbe old man on Um
front porch. The old man started to
Rive me som,. dlrectton about low I
wag to conduct myself, when he en
tho 'so titers tearing down the
; fauco along thu ruad and
ittmiltig their horses Into tho
Irh n tan Itntliaad l.ilavli timl f
7, ,T ,
VOKina MVOr' hundtod horsoa with
K'1 niipotitoa would niintiiw whole
l'toh in a mighty little wlillo.
'"-M GikI, I cun'l stand that!' thP
oIa follow said nnd ho Jumped up and
ftnrted down tho stops. Ho trotted
down to tho gate and climbed tip and
u'un t i'enk a word, but Uq did soluo-
'""'B "or"' moro to lm tlum "" l"
speeches eor made. He dldn"t have
raw Ul-,,n rldo out Into tho mad nnd
"X 'l the old man's fence.
Then sovcral ofllccrs canio gaMop-
Ing up tho drive and stopped at tho
gate. Tho old man clambered down
from bis perch on the post, and tber0
wiLi a most fraternal hand- shake all
onto (lip porcls where I was. On,, of
Ihrm Mid wiliti'tlilnK alnxit my bnlni
ed away under my lielt na much eorn
bread ami fat meat a 1 could hold,
then etrwok out and caught w with
our army. The next day ! aurrend -
ered at Appomfitto.
-The rwilly .remarkable raet about
all thla, It eoain to trio now, la that
heu I took 0m Master's degrs,
Mnantiry, innd -4eamod vtiat it waa
that tho old man dlt to hold Short
-WI'" troops Ip chock, he bim f
neirpi to ooimr the degree." Klnli -
The Maaerml Lodge of boston ptay-
tC a cougfttodiis part in the hiwory ol
this eotintfy. On Docember 10, 1771,
the membera or the Hoston ljdge,
after tho BtooilnR wa. over, dburutawl i
themaelrut atf Indians, went alixywl
u.e HrtMh Stts and threw Into tho
harlmr 3IJ Heati of tea. The V-
ton Tea Partf was the flrst Mg Ma-
w,nc ceiebraoii ever I eld In tMUi WodnondaV morning at J o'clock at
country. Toiorrow there will be lhe prUy country home of tho bride's
roftee mi tho plcnlo RroundR for every Tail"!', Mr. Wm. Beck, tho eeronwny
h0j, but hoc.h drop of tea win seld which Joined in the holy
bonds of wedlo.k, Mlsg Cyntbln South-
...& u , .. . ,,.,..., erland Bock and Mr. llary K. Thon.p-
.JTW jTJta, of Cer IHnir. Iowa. The homo
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has a nrgor-membership than all oti
ft them put
ismi there were Ave!
In the y
In Kentucky under
cf tn Grand Lodjte
t from their remote nit-
ie parent Grand Lodge. bri,i' tr1 awl took their places.
wed on 0 1Mb; day of'l tn rl"nt t,d ft tne "
V? waa wi
October of that year,
to meet ,ln tr
"''a"c " ' ' ''Aa"ft, rvT..
,catltute tho'tiraml Lodge of Kentnc-
jV-5h' William Murray was elect-
Va'Onic nail at
r,exfaBtoit, Ky.. and
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MuUer. Simon Adama. Senior Grand
" '"' T hirK. Jgwor
ino iivo i.ouaea men aurrsivaeret
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rneir cnarters neiii HinwrvHrsni irom
ll (Jr"ml ui ,rf Virginia anil ro-
ceuod new onos in lieu thereof from
the Grand Lodge of Kentucky, by
which thoy wor constituted aa io..
t .. . a . .
iwirraHUii ixwge to. i, rails lAMgf
Na. ' "a"rett" " :i-
'" ''Hte (PMtikfnrtl No. I, So-
f'm0- 'fdl ""v.le) No .5.
The opposition which tto Itouum
i anyone uuurcn naa luierpoeea to
J.. . ... . l . .
Masonry durinn the laot two bumuci
ypara. has not alwayi. exited. Pop
i.eo a. unir wnorn tne catneurai
oi St. Peter at Howe, waa orootod.
waa an ordlmslaatic Ktee Macon and
VJ, , (-u,b Isbed the fiunmi
King Athenian, tbe I'.rst annointcd
L.-,nM ij.., ...., ....... ....1. ...1 ,1
"'"S " 'niiai.ui". wnu umi.ioici ih
Holy Bible into the Saxui Isnuuaxe.
una the Ornnd .Muster of tte Grand
L(Mj,,B Kbkw,j, ttU,i UB wai ttc..
ceedtMl Itl tll0 yWr 0K ly Mfi unUHW
Prince IWwin. lu A. D..130, Adrain.
who waa n '.Mason ol groat letirnlug.
liullt the llonuin wall in ICngland. the
rouialns of which ar yut to bu jeon
A orgaiilxatlon tliat has ror s.oou
yfaWt wltn umbl,t0(, Uko.( 8VhoJ
,, u5.nlan uf u.,,,1,, uu,i 10
mjiliunl ucUnged through tho Induv
trial, pollUptil and leliglous upltenvalf
that have vliteil all nations lu thnt
length of time, is one which com-
n.and,, the moecttul and thoughtful
attention of the woild.
?tm Mnbonry. in attlvo. contiuu-
"as exlftenco. nntldutua overy clll
.Kovrninent existing In the word, to-'
imy. painful and annoying irregulailtfos.) wo nn" llml ll WIls "nr"tnaic,
Us strougth llos not in tho power I et no ntteinpt was mado to. have
or an inoxntuitlblo btore of treasure. WASH THOOE PIMI LF.3 OFF Ule ninller return after the player
heonu-odt Is nut n rich mnn'sorgun- Use U. U. I)., that mild, soothing) aeorcd. The score ntood two to ono
Untion. It power Is not In the factwnsh, that recognized remedy ror L'c- ln ,nvor ' Stanford in the tirst half
tl.ut 'ftniperors, Kings and Presidents' Anna nnd all skin troubles. Hrst)0' tlle ,pllth lun,B nnu" on-' Mtt" out
mVo been and are or Its membership, drops tnke away that iinlul buriiwi60 tllu Itcrforenco did afreet the
nm actively participate in Its rights Itch, cleanse tho skin wath away "0,- -"Illig ol Miruastor. Iiw-
mid privileges, but Its kuivhal nnd
world wldo prevalence Is duo to the
nct that 10k Cardinal Faith Is Mho
Fatherhood of God, aiid the Urother- worth ten times Its cost to havo a
Lood of man. Debar.lrg t'io a bels'tott'e In thobouse. At uny rat, prop
from Its ranks, it accepts both tbo'into our store to talk over the merits
Jew and tho. gentile of eivory creed and
faith. It demands of Its votatles a
patriotic obedience to the law of thr
In ml ft In which thpy lire. It uncour
gea fWMlt j , nwya Ity, tempernnic,
prudence, fortitude nnd )uatlm, brotn
erly love, Iwllef ami truth. It Una
Imndu tho widow fithora thft orplnu
and prntoctii tho rnipernnnnated man
who Irnn been loyal In his nllogtance
to the craft. Within tho tiled dnor
ot Ire Lodge room, theto I mi d.s
ilncticn hy reason of worldly wca-th,
of worldly rank or honor, all moot no
oh a level, nnd (Hiually nhare tho bur
den and tho privilege. It's locret
ymlHillam, rites and cereuionloa are
, gnnnled by the itrongeat anrc-RWirda;
j and while It tollclta no nuui to Join
I it ninka, m long at man loved lili
1 fellow man, nnd as long na man keeps
N faithrnl breaet and a friendly hand,
j Mnmnry will arttll prevail and attract
' to Ita ranks tho rich and tho poor
Tfioie Intondlng to bring dinner ar0
j rmeited to dppoait tholr baikeU
1 wltl, ti8 commiWoe of laillesho will
l. on tho grounds. Th dinner '"!
be seivvd altogether under the sup-
orvislou of this oommlttoe.
BEAUTIFUL NUPTIALS AT HOMEIfrom ,lle numi,,. othor , witnesses
OF BRIDE ON WEDNESDAY
, - )a-utHul y decornled with palm;.
! teld dnteW and uotto.1 nUnts. FromI .h . after Hstoftln
" r P"olou ay mi
together. f ' -wt" 'or"'?u ol ""do" wmen , gKJI,(jeii . cwiggcr, jou tai.KB ami you
' Lad to one wnuer cf tho parlor whco'Mig8 Uut you never ocat, yon r
libe mamage altar v.au arrange j. To .. Mli rnti aren'tes. bttt you nev-
tia of MeneUsbon's marctt
, awoetly rendered by Miss .Bllen BeJ-
. the little nonon girn. jiuaes
lKl ' "qn raul fc, nieces i i-
wvumtum. i -: .. vr....
... . i ..- as. -. mi
. oromor yw uie orme. men
aecnt urctnor vw uie unue. men
- - - - -
Catherine Bee bearing tho
marriage ring In an American Beauty
A r dTw Cue
SSod h JSwrt to
' n w,",f,w by,
rur and tto ijoslton nait-to the tn'.
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uetiutng lion ot aaisios, iiiio tornr-
tliino nnil fnpriB K i iT 1i r a. . s
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'v. Heel; thy woro pronounced litis-,
u"l and wife.
Mm, Tli,ompson wan pretU' In baby
Irish over white silk and bridal
eH. She carried lillles of the vn'ley'stato on Ids word of honor that all'
1.11 I lial J -.ra ... S .! ..l
"" unuuo iu a. rtiwa eei ai
"Itisoito she wm on ler weddtnv day
'' on lr weddtnv day
Ao Irieil of n sw. et young . wo nau
and the fcenleman wha ,u wen her
and has ovrry reasoli to b, pro d ot
l.... .., a .. . .
u iotiiuiitu as mo euo is ar.itoi
nt the hruio thoy-woro reeulvtd In a
M,, ,.. .,.,.,
moat gracetul and Bracinus manner I y
... k . t l..,.l. i
r.tfi- oiiri st an ami .Master Clifton i
... ..... . . .
via iHVSHinv fvtiiiiiir ine niiCK iinuio
- ctnino dinner at whirl, tU Immedla... '
lileada of thfl lam K- were nnKuint.
J( WM a,,,
t in ever, app-lnlrro-t
, cheme throughout ,
He The favors were
and thu color ,
grson nnd whl
.....I .. 1.1,. . . .
iiiiiiuuiret. oi (i otiue au groom.
Mr. Thomnsou is r. niMhanlrnl en-
L-fno-r nnd imanr nf tin imman.n
w. J. oihor Manufac.iirlns Con pauy. '
ot Kivxlllq. Tenn.. and stands high !
In the-eftlmntlon ot Ids company find
all who know him. After the coo
nicny tho brld,. ntllrcd In a beauftul
Holng-away gown or Lavendar. loft
with hor husband ovnr tn . I. .v, n
,oad for I nl;e Taxawny, N. C. an!
rther Southern points cf intoreit
Af,or ,uly 8.f they iV, ln at hoa0
to their friends in KnoxUlle. whore
tho best ulue3 ot a host of friends
xUi over attend them.
MIDDLE AGED AND ELDERLY !
Vjq Koloy Kidney Pills for Quid;
nnd poriminont reiult8 :n nl cases ofcrowu or men alul ""J'8 IBllt,u 0,
kidney and bladder troubles, and for.
overy pimple overy impurity. Noth-'
Inc llko I). D. I)., for tho coiuplex.oul
tiet a 25 cent trial bottle today
of this wonderful prescription, Shu
'gars and Tanner Stanford Cjr.
TO PROF. COLVIN
FURTHER DISCUSSION OF THE
In aa much to we offered a prelnde
to the article from I'roi. t'olvtn In
1 ueaday's Issne, we deem .It bat fair
to offer one to the nrtlcle by Pibf.
Ireland. Slno the Co:vln publica
tion we find that cltisens from
I.awrencburg, one from llarrooslmry
and one from Iinraater, the latter
a ml (listen of the gospel, have stat
ed tlmt the Stanford end of tho con
rovoray aa published in our Ugue of
mat woek, waa correct, and vouching
as the. will for the corrcctneaa then
or, It necessarily follows that Ihey
can not vottcli for tho truth and cor
tectneas of eonnicttng statemenbi.
We purnoeoty wlth-hold the names
ot these disinterested parties for it
U lint ilMilrml to draw them Into the
0tcuwjlotli ,mt lf lt bec0me8 tloceg
sary their naraos can .ncl will lie
I given nnd that too under n signed
rtatement thnt Stanfotd l correct In
"llieee people fere eye wltnosjies to
tho Stantord-SnriiiKllold game anJ
who corroborate them, lt would seom
that Prof. Covin has filed a mlnorltv
report, which. In a democratic coun
try like this, amount to naught
Ilia defense, though exhibiting some
sUroltnoos, is nolntloos In place:
mhI reminds uaof the totort of the
body servant of Uon. IJragg to the
lacky boy of Gen. Forrest during the
Civil War. The discussion was over
,i. ,i,i- merits of the two aenor
to hlsadvoraary1. 1B loy. ro-
!er ascertnfmi tw aubjoct").
Following is Irof. Ireland', reply:
Kdltor Interior Journal:
In answer to i'roi. ciyiui u.irn
w0 ha,-e tjila to say. We wrote tho)
part of the-article In the Interto-;
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JOrnai Kimmui r . "-
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..Th Tournamsm. iu-r " "-
, ., .- - wi, -ir. vx. ji. uooor, oi tuib p;.u ,
roiiti0n on the part of the ropresen- Mrs nolQrt y nnd M(w .
tatlves here to mako -any InJuviCooki of Nasnvle anU M,S jHje
etntrges. The- facte in our coiump
lll8Uo ot Juno 18th we are able t" ,
j lulistantmte In regard to ringers, i
rr - ....-.- ,-
.i .i, . ,i. ilnrl" ao in this,, instance, leading a
deny the fact that rules, v.. .. ..: ' .. . ,
1 ,tn tint
. , , , -.,,
u, ..... .-v ...u ....- ......
tc be the enme sw tjjat governing
tournaments hold previous to this
time, but I ask Prof. Colvln it may
were enlorced. 1 think he. will not.
.4 tt,. M Iac. w nllllnt I Ad el H ll nlh it 1. '
u ... uuum . !. ..u.. ..v.
wise were regular, bonn llde students
tne spniiBiieiu nigu acnou.. i
These face, he hns.not Stated in his
lcio. flu hpnngueiu win as many
priros at Ilarrodsburg in l'JOt, as trey
.... .. i
.id. ... f.....n9 i?t.,r...i ,.,.! ,li. ovl i
""' ""; ai "
rd se ectlons because tnere was no '
understanding jirlor to the Toutnai
" uuumumi i .iiuui.r,,(
lut tlimnUit that there would uo an
..; m.i- fr,n ,dhtr..rm or
i wmvwvn . ...... t. ,
... ,i. t.iM- in ,.-, ,,r hn.!s
ot ""on of departments anililVlaUaut-
Ktonford would then be ready to
ot uen.and with some of tho seloc - -" "
Uou.s. W0 consented lb 1!",B
ry. but under pmteat. for o could, ! Cot weo,, f r w,t
..,, ..h if tnf,ir,1 rthl mil. r locu onti ct weou, fur wit-i i
imr nrAvr,tif It Stanford did not re-1
-. 1 ; ;0,
"' "o go Into contest because oil,
dUentiBfnctlon, bu: did protest s a I
,oWar w,ls alte,t "lllcl1 If H"'oa
wiu sI,oak for 1,Be)f- Irof Uolv,n "i
"I'ProachoU uuring tho game mm wo
iieu to mm w e cuueiuereu
w"n'w'nK '"'" t"o contost bo-
cu,,so or lno "n6IB- " &pnnSiiciu
clUzons attested to thl8 Jaet. Wo
.11. .. nu.i 1 i ...
crowd. . I
1.ne oprlnglleld Sun says, that a
tno J,nn'oll,K iterf,r:r.g with the
u'neeburg and Lebanon unsolicited
Il!le' voucnea tor tne tacts in regard ,t0
t0 tho blU1 Bamt'- r'le cnarBo '
u w,lcl throw was mado to third was.
"ot luai'e w""e at Sprtnglleld and
lllB8t hao been tnougut 01 later, rorcli
It could not fcavo been thrown with I
n Ultmond iul ot people. There u
""' uoc "u" "oer, uucaubu ma and a E5inieinau, nnd wo dj not
we ,la(, " opportunity to ato to thn'tuinU he will eay on Ins honor that
j.coplo our reasons In full. Prot. , hs was a bona fldo team and that
Colvln ijld ngre0 twice to play for tho I (Uo High School Camplonship be
Ion,lilllt P" tno iMrA aay but r.fter I jong to him deservedly. The Ju U
tno UtU uBreomcnt, withdrew the ln ,l)ay or tne EOhonrship contra
pennant proposition In the Opom wero Springfield nud Washiigtoii
1,0,18e '" evening before the nrgo county folks. Prof Covin cannot denv
IN DEEP SORROW
i WHEN NEWS OF MRS. E. C. WAL-
I TON'S DEATH REACHED HER
The md, and news thai iieiio
Cook Walton, botoved wli.- m ,i k
C. Walten, rornior editor oi tin piper
had died In an Atlanta, G.i . . -p.tal
cast a gloom ovw overy nihiimmt
ol Stanford. White Wr. i iium
wn known to liHo been in jioor
health for ntlfnboT of years, . i her
death whs not expected mm nor
friends and family wore not if ill
prepared for Iho, shock. Mrs. Wa.nit
was born In Itnatonvllle, thu cin.nr,
Lt yam ago, and' waa the loi.tth
dang trior of Jaiilen M. Cook and Lnry
Be'lo Bailey, the Jailor a sii ter ot
Judge James Iv-Balley. Iter family
was one of the best-known in I.in iu
county and for years had been a pinm
Inent ono. In her v.irner
dn!f Jlrs. Walten was a noted ,.-nu-ty,
that charneterlstio Iiolnt,' lather
marked throughout her fnmliv Sjto
grew to womanhood in tho quaint old
town or her birth nnd m Deo mber
I Mil, became tho bride ot Mr. Walton
and to them were born three children,
two ot them surviving. Miss Lucv Leo
and Master Olnlbornc Cook Vnl'ou,
the lormor being hero on a i,lt to
her aunt, Mrs. 0. B. Cooper, and be
lnj; of aourte denied the sad prlilegb
ol seeing her mother before the end
A little over 15 months ago, Mr.
Waton sold the Interior Journal o
Its present ownerand moved to At
lania, bur not finding the r unatu
there Hiut thoy had hoped ten, vent
further south, locating nt un milo,
Klti., when- he Is one of tte emm i- ot
tho Orlando Keporter-Star Mrs.
Walton began o lo3e strength several
weeks fclace and wjlh the liof ot
bHlidlng up her Impaired sy-i. .i, the
dgvoted husband had gone with her
to a hospital In Atlanta, M'uni.ig.
there with her on Monday night Tho
trip proved two much, however, and
I she pcisiod away Weiluosday. ru-ide
nv ouanini iiUBUtiu nilU I'll! U VII.
I Li n alelltaii Vt.ialmn.l asH.l 1.. 1a-..'
Mrs. Walton la survived by low Bis
Urlii Mrg 0- t Cooaor of thlB j,
"lCook f Pittsmirg. Pa..-nnd two Uroth.
arb Jamwt and j,osca Coo,;. ot Naah.
Doath( wnllo alway8 sad ,apecu,
....a. t,M .w, uutn, nut oioy a nusu.uiu
whose life uas thoroughly nueivjeu
with hers, but tw7 children, tue yt
them just ciueiliiB Into young ,o. ijn
bood, feeling th0 need of and loofciug
; to tho fond motfior for con.un t .tnd
ft gon who rnrover mles th t n.
dfr oarosiB and ci,rlgUatl . Uii 0
nnmiitl ., ,. . ., ,.
,gh o Qf mothJ . '
. .... . . ..,,.,
b t'lovuii mm uuriLiiiii aiiiu.i
.- v . - .,
otnrn,-.i m ,(,, ciii,
ninny are the prayers that the : uiu a
""' "" " b'Muni iuou uirii
ne rn'in8 reachpa hou- tn.4
The remains reached hoi
"'1sn.tiuiiiauin. Li touu
otory. A tmo wife nud fonu
an unselfisU Christian soul n.is ui-ir
j. caoart,n aile 1...1. ww.,.
" " "l . .
(summons: Knter into eternal
, 1 Pence! X)o stilt!
a ,jare 1)0sslbiHty' of tho throw to
third being a wild' one Lut ithi .ould
toll with J00 or 300 jn tLo line ?
Wo can say in return to Pi 01 Col
vln thut,we doom him a good si-tool
tlilg faut-nud wo repeat ai wo id La
lor0 that w'o chnigo no dlKiioucs'y,
Lutnierely a favorable coiitidrrauon
ot hoiiio talent which every uruve
does and should hae. Do you not
look with an cyo single to our ono
school and town? y.-s, and for this
reason wo asked for foreign judge
Just at wo would want if the Tourna.
in r tit met here. Our people think
Stnulord scr.ools are inferior to none
and Springfield people " think tholr
lchoolg superior and both are able
gvo reasons for tho hope that Is
Ullliiu them, llegrettlng tba any uu-
i.ieasanness should have arfsen, yet
firmly avowing the tacti herein BUt-
t,j te ejue, we are
J. W. IRELAND.