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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUME XXXVIII NO. 1)3
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1911,
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
CALLED FOR FEB. 10.
Wets Flic Dig Petition And Judge
Bailey Refuses Drys Time To
There will bo a whisky rlocllon in
Lincoln county February 10. Judgo
Uailey issued n call for such mi
election on Monday morning, upon
IMtitions filed hy thu Wot forces,
fonlnitiing over 1,(100 nnuictt, it wns J
Judgo Uailey refused to permit
tha Dry forces tima m which to ex
amine oud purge tho petitions Hied
Ia tho Wets xaying tluit lio did not
intend to linvo such "buying off ntul
on" the petitions ns wns done when
petitions for nn olcotiou wcro pro
tsentcd about n iiionih or mo ago,
mmI m would take notion nt once,
''lie prtilionn wore filed Fridny, so
tint tho Drys hud practically no
opportutdty to go over tho lists and
m'O it every nmno signed thereto
wns n IcvhI, honn fiilo otur, etc.
Many of tho Drys, however, wore
:'nd to lmvo the matter settled by
lie cull for nn election, so Hint tho
uctim of whether tho poplo of
Lincoln county wnnt mloons ro
opcued or not, enn bo mottled for
three years nt least, nnd not lmvo
1 up buenboo of such n jetitioti hang
n.g over their hcadss constantly.
It is understood thnt both sides-
will k to work with a vongonoo
to win the iotory, nud will perfect
.riinizatioiM nt onoe. The Drya
arc very confident that they will
in ns they did nbout four years
ngn, when they dofented saloons by
nbout 1,200 mnjonty. Tho Wets,
however, sny thnt nmny nro disgnif
vd with the proet system of blind
timers in tho oouuty, and thnt thc?o
will ote wt who before voted dry.
Theie nre not ninny who believe
-uch u i audition -its puffloiontly
-Iron? to turn over the 1,-00 mnjor
itv in llio previous election.
Mr. 11. Miller, the ngfd fnthor of
"Mrs. S. N. Oill, while on it visit to,
lus doughter, hud n bad fnll from
ii high porch one night Inst week,
nud cnino near being hurt serious
1,'. As it wiih, the 1d gentleman was
Imdly burised up nbout the head nnd
fnee nnd severely jnrred up. At
)nft accounts, ho hnd sufllcieiitly
recovered to return home.
Rev. Anderson Cornelius pieueh
cd Satin 'lay nud Sunday nt the
aplist church to good crowd. At
llieir hiinino-ri meeting on Saturday
L'v. Cornelius wns ngain uuniii
jnoysly culled to the pustorntu hero
for the ensuing year.
Horn, to Iho wife of Mutt Rigs
li), ii lino little girl, who has been
named Mary Ida,
J lev. U. F. Jordan, of Corbin, has
been visiting his son, Walter Jor
dau, and with Rev. J. E. Roberts
Wilis 1WII, who is down with ty
jihoid, i still in a precarious con
iR'Cxim. Tho pie supper Saturday night at
"White's hcIiooIIioiiso wns nttended
liy n good crowd. Tho pica sold
woll .nnd a nico sum was realized.
Iti'foro tho pule began, tho pupils.
of the school tlicro which is being
lniiiht by Miss Sarah Howard, gavo
it -very cnjoynblo entertainment,
which reflected much credit on both
ioaeher nnd pupils.
An eight-year-old son of Mr.
.and Mrs. John Johnson, who Hvo
on tho farm of Lucion Perkins In
'Onrrnid, died after n short illness
of bronehlol pneumonia. Mr. John
won formerly lived near here. Much
ftyinpnthy is felt for tho bereaved
I m rents.
Miss Kntio Melvln is nt Crab
Orchnnl, fllltngr a position as sales
Btoro of U L. Sanders.
Minscs Allio nnd Ethel Harris
nnd Miss Ruby Pnrrish wcro visit
ing tho family of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II.
Mhhoii Holtzolnw nnd wifo and
Wm. Rnnko nml wifo nnd Miss Knlo
I'njno wcro guests of W. C. Plan
fcenship nnd wife.
William 0. White, young son of
W. P. White, has had a bad boil
nnd suffered much misery.
Tnulbnor Kennedy has n very
tiniiiue stnnd tnhlo which excites tho
Admiration of nil who see it. It is
the hnndiwork of an inmnto of tho
lcnilcntinry ul Frankfort nnd con
tains 7,000 different pieces. These
tubles formerly sold for $50 and
wore the work of prisoners who
wore gifted In thnt line, tho tables
being made in their spnro tima nft
.r thu hours of prion lnbor wcro
over. Mr. Kennedy purolinscri tins
Inhlc nt J. II. Jnckion's fiflle.
Mim Corn Hrynnt nnd brother,
V. niter, hnvo returned from a most
enjoynblo vixlt to their cousin, Miss
Minnie Calico, in .Garrard.
PYTHIAN FAIR PLANS.
Beginning To Assume' Definite Pro
Diiidcin Lodge, Knight of Pythias
elected officers for the ensuing term
hint week. Thin lodgo is one of the
most progroMUo and active Pythian
bodies in the state. Tho plans being
made by the' members looking to-w-nrd
tho holding of a Pythian fair
here next year arc developing nice
ly. A committee hns Ikish nt.work
looking over sovcral sites and gath
ering data for tho promoting of tho
Tlio officers eleoted for tho next
term nre: C. Ci 11. L. liurdotte;
V. C J. II. Wooodn, PreUlo-K. II
Coffey. M. A.- T. K. Tudor; I. O.
W. M. Bright O. O. Mnr-hnll
Stone, M. H. J. I". Cummin, K. R.
ud S. W. W. Saunders. Trustee
II. C. Wmy, M. W. T. P. I'idn.
DEATH OF YOUNG GIRL
Thtilnin, tho HI-j ear-old diuigli
lor of W. C. Young, tho well-kuown
engineer nt tho water worls, died
nt the homo of her grandfather, Tk'n
Hint), in tho country last week nnd
wns buried in the Mt. Moriah ccmc
term after services by Mr. J. C.
McCInry. Tho lilllo girl, who "wn.
cry blight for her jears and was
a faithful member of the Christian
church, had suffered for some time
from liver trouble. It has been but
a liltlo oier a year bincc! her mother
MRS. M. J. FARRIS, JR., DEAD
Mrs. Laura X. Farris, wifo of
Maurice J. Furris, Jr., of Danville,
died in a hospital nt Lexington Fri
day night nftcr a lengthy illness of
hum trouble. Mrs. Farris wns hut
a young girl, and her tnking nway
from her loved ones is u very tnd
one. and tho many friends of tho
h.iMinnd will extend sincere sympa
thy to him in' his hour of grief. Tho
lemnins woro brought to Danvillo
wlu;re they wcro laid to rest after
thort services Sunday morning.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Snni Dnmcron, of
Hustonvillo auiiouiico tho engage
ment of their daughter Julia to Mr,
John R. (Irigsby, of Cadiz, Ky. Tho
wedding will tuko place- during the
Kclinblo party would like to rent
a good farm. Pest of references.
Lock Pox 1241, Stanford. M-tf
With The Coming of Middle Age
Tlicro is n letting doing in tho phy
(leal forces often shown in annoy
ing nud painful kidney nnd blnddcr
nihncnts and urinary irregularities
Foley Kidney Pills nro a splendid ro
gulnting and strengthening medicine
at such a time. Try them bliugars
OUR NEW COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY.
IB" "&fttiJm - ''mat
The nhove is a fair preu. in
moiiwcalth's Attorney in the Tlurt
Ocorgo D. Floreiue, who wns nppd
Ilnrdin, when the latter ascended tb
Mr. Florence is n Stnnford ho
talented over rab-ed here. Ho is a
Florence, and is recognized as one
the Eighth Congressional district, n
It is not generally known, but
youngejt Comimuiwonlth's Attorney
tinio ngo. He Ihim been pmotioing I
taken n courwe, after graduating
many friends oer the district hope
nt tho hands of hK party.
THEODORE REYNOLDS HURT
Another Deputy Sheriff Badly Hurt
Lincoln count'-, deputy sheriffs
arc meeting with tough luck. Thu
I. J. last week told of the serious
accident to Deputy Shoriff W. S.
f'.nibry last Monday when ho wns
Uiniwh out by his horse running
away. On tho Saturday following
Deputy Sheiiff, T. S. Pcynolds, of
Wiiyncsburg, whilo drhing homo
from town on the Somerset pike, had
his Itorso to scare at another horso
vhich camo running up in a pasture
besido tho road. Mr. lleynold's
hon-o jumped suddenly, throwing
him out of tho cart in which he was
riding and sevcicly bruUing and
shinning up his face. Adam Pence
managed to cause tho runaway alli
um! to ctop by scoring him into a
fence ,and Mr. Reynolds got back
into his rig, nnd gamely went on to
his home, though buffering severely.
Mr. Rniinoni Itaiigh is ill of pneu
monia nt her homo on Green rier.
Uncle Pill Vuuhook is iti Lancas
ter this week.
Miss Fannie Hatfield nnd Miss
Mnudo Faulkner, of Ludlow were
L'uet nt C. 1). Wnrfield's Saturday.
Mr. Fnti7.o llerry is ill with hi
Mr. 0. 1). Warfield and Jnnies
Reed drove to Damillo Jo the to
bacco Mile nud told a medium crop
lit mi average of 8 cents nud were
very well pleased with tho prion.
Mr. Walter Warfield and Mr. and
rs. Einil .Meier hnvo just returned
from u isit to relatives in Danville
Mr. nnd Mth. Everett Young visit
ed Mr. Curtis Young at Nenl'n Creek:
There will bo a Xmas treo nt Fair
viow Christinas night. Everybody
Mr. Eugcuo Hutchison nud family
hnvo just returned from Phoenix,
Arizona. Truly there is no plneo
Patrons of Rural Routes should
file renewed mail list with their e-
speotive, Curriers including tho
names of nil members of family nud
servants to insure prompt delivery
cut ol the haiidaoiuo Joung Com
ccnth ( ircuit Court District, Hon.
intcd to succeed Hon. Charles A.
c circuit bench,
y, nnd ono of tho most popular nnd
son of Postmaster nnd Mrs. J. C.
of tho folding young republicans in
nd the whole stnto fttr that matter.
Mr. Florence- is undoubtedly tho
in the state, being .but 30 a short
uw for the paftt'sixfr years having
from Georgetown College. His
to see him attain still higher honors
THREE HENS FOR $20.
Price A. C. Alford Receives For
Three Fine Leghorns.
A t'-'O bill for three hens seems
just i trifle high theso dnys, but
that's the figure A. C. Alford, the
well known local breeder of White
Leghorns received this week from
n party at Campton, Pa. Mr. Al
ford hns been ndicrtising his birds
liberally with tho particularly high
class htrain ho breeds, they com
mend the top prices. Mr. Alford
breeds hens that Iiavo an egg re
cord of 200 a year, which is going
"onio in tho cold weather that somc-tiint-n
prevails in theo parts. Mr.
Alford has been breeding extensively
tho past season and will have a
bunch of stock to offer soon
through the I. J., nnd somo eggs
which should be secured for young
birds ns fast as they arc laid.
HORRIBLE MINE DISASTER
Almost 200 miners ueio entomb
ed by an explosion Saturday in a
coal mine' at Hriceville, Tenn., not
tar from the Kentucky line. The
list of known dead still stands at 10,
eight bodies hning been found by
the night workers of tho volunteer
rescue. Eight bodies wcro discov
eed either in or nenr entry No. 24.
Three of the dead men were sitting
holt upright in n mine car, while tho
bodies of five oothers were lying up
on tho ground in various positions
in the cutrj, with tho explosion of
that of John White, which was found
hi the main entry. Tho bodies show
ed thnt the men hud met instant
denth when the explosion came,
none had died from suffocation.
Col. Winston Wisenmn hns "been
chosen ns Kovenuo Collector nt
Danville to succeed J, Sherman
Cooper. Col Wiseman's many
fneiuL ju Lincolu will heartily re
joice ut his appointment His se
lection wus another victory for Sen-
MA&0NIC GRAND MASTER
To Visit Local Lodge And Attend
New Years' Celebration.
The Mnsonio lodge nt Stnnford
will eclcbrnto the new jcar in a hap
py way. On tho evening of that
day the Grand Master of tho Oiand
Lodge of Kentucky, David Jackson
will bo present and officiato in tho
conferenco of tho Masters degree.
After tho goat Jias been ridden
nud when tho secret work is over,
the lodge will give a handsome bnn
quet in honor of the Grand Master
(vhich will be attended b.y the local
Mason;), their wives nnd sweet
hearts. Each of the six lodges of
the county will be represented by the
?our principnl officers.
A special meeting of the Lincoln
Lodge No. 00 will be held Wednes
day night Dcecmbor 13, preparatory
for tho meeting of January 1, and
all niembirs of tho lodge are urgent
ly rcqficstcd to attend.
W. K. Cook bought a pair of
o j ear old mules of Wilson Rogers
Tho Chautauqua Circle met Sat
urn y afternoon nt 2.30 nt tho homo
of Mrs. Fred Fri&bio on Water
Mrs. Annie Reynolds Cottrcll nml
Wm. Maishbank of the Paint Lick
section wcro united in marriage nt
tho residence of Mrs.. Sallio Mc
Cormack tho Rev. O. P. Bush the
Baptist minister officiating.
Mr. Ralph Arnold and family for
merly of this county but. recently of
Harrodsburg will movo to South
Carolina to reside.
Miss Xnncy Walker went to Rich
mond this week and will ho joined
there hy her aunt Mrs. Cornio Clay
who will leave with her for tho city
of Atlanta to spend tho rest of the
winter with her uncle Mr. Charles
Walker, and the latter portion in
The Mary Walker Price Chapter
of tho U. D. C. met Monday after
noon at tho homo of Mrs. John M.
Mount on Water street.
The members of tho Presbyterian
hcurch arc preparing an interesting
ciitcitninmcut to be given during
tho coming holidays and will also
make happy the Sunday school pu
pils of that membership by arrang
ing for them a handsome Christmas
Tho negroes engaged in the fra
cas on Thnnkf-giuug evening near
Bryanlsville, Burton and Ray, were
nrrested by Sheriffs Ballard and
Robinson and lodged in jnil. Several
of those participating In tho Boon
illo nffray were also brought in by
the officers and incarcerated to
awnit the action of tho grand jury
nt tho present term of court.
Elder F. M. Tinder pastor of the
Christian church of this city;
preached sovcral evlnjngs during
the past week nt tho now Union
church nt Ilinttsville, three miles
east of hero and hnd unusually
large congregations ns the weather
was very good for such gatherhigs.
Little of the flarrard tobacco crop
is moving ns yet, only.n small por
tion of it even now being in case, as
the weather has been too dry for
the growers to do much stripping. A
few of the upper Garrard farmers
have sold to W. P. Kincaid at tho
Virgil Gnslineau 2,000 pounds at
4 1-2 cents and about 0,000 pounds
at 10 cents; Christopher Sowder 10
000 pounds nt 10 cents, Guy Bal
lard 10,000 pounds at 9 1-2 cents.
Somo of tho growers of Buckoyo
nnd McCrenry sections have engag
ed their tobacco at tho following
It. J. Burton, 7,000 pounds to J.
A Mingun and Co., representatives
of n Louisville firm, nt 12 cents,
Forest Cnb'ce to the Shelburno ware
." cents, Cnlico nnd Simpson, 3,000
pounds at 11 cents; Simpson 2,000
pounds to n Richmond buyer at 10
cents; Gaines Henderson G,00O
pounds to W. P. Kincaid at 7 cents.
V. A. Lear, Lancaster's leading
swino exporter has lately mado tho
following purchases: From C. C.
MeCIurc, 31 170-pound hogs at $3.10
per hundred; from J. C. Cricillis 7
150 pounds hogs at 5 cents from S.
D. Cochran 17 170 pound hogs nt G
1-4 cents; from IL C. Aldridgo 8
150 poundd porkers nt G cents; from
William Roso 43 100-pound shoats
at 4 cents; from samo 15 150 pound
hogs nt $5 per hundred from Joshua
Kemper 9 120 pound shouts at 4 1-2
Lawson and Brown a hustling livo
stock firm of this city shipped a
bunch f cows and calves last week
to tho Queen City market that cost
thorn 2 1-2 to 3 cents per pound.
Mr. C. A. Arnold exported a car
of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday.
Kiunnird Bourne sold a car load
of timothy hay to Banks Hudson at
$ per hundred.
Mis3 Emma Hughes Hays of Stan
ford is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. James
A. Beazlcy. Mrs. Sallic B. Welch
has returned from a visit to her
dauehter Mrs. Samuel Dcatheragc,
of Richmond. Miss Estclla Conn,
nns returned to Louisvillo after a
visii to her parents Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. B. Conn. Miss Mary Woodcock,
of California, was tho week-end
guest of Lancaster friends. Miss
Lena Kellar of Washington spent
tho past week with Miss Bcttio Rob
inson. Mrs. V. B. Mason nnd
daughter Miss Sue Shelby Mason
were recent visitors in Lexington.
Mrs. J. B. Woods nnd little daugh
tcr have been in Danville visitiing
relatives. Miss Mary Chestnut is
nt home from n protracted visit to
her sister Mrs. Charles Burdetto at
Broken Arrow, Okla., Miss Edna
Kavanaugh has returned to tho D.
nnd D., Instituto nt Indianapolis, af
ter a short stay with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kavanaugh.
Miss Virginia Bourno has been in
Lexington visiting her grand mother
Mrs. Woolfolk. Mrs. J. W. Acey
hns returned to Stanford nftcr vis
iting her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm.
MRS. R. E. GAINES
Away Last Week
After a lengthy illness of lung
trouble, Mrs. Robert E. Gaines pass
ed away peacefully over tho river
last Thursday afternoon, ut her
Lome, in tho Walnut Flat neighbor
hood, the old home whero she was
born nnd raised. Mrs. Gaines is
vsurvived by her husband and ono
daughter, almost grown to whom the
sympathy of a largo circle of
friends goes out in thisUheir hour
of deepest grief. Mrs. Gaines bc
foro mnrringo wns a Bywaters, a
member of a prominent family of
this section. -
Tho funeral services woro con
ducted nt tho home on Fridny af
ternoon by Rev.""L D. Jones of the
Baptist church of which Mrs. Gaines
wns long nnd faithful mcmur. Tho
remains were Inid to final rest in
the family burying ground.
Russia will not change the laws
for tho rendmission of foreign Jews
into Russin, regardless of the
threats of many Americans to ab
rogate tho treaty of 1832.
Judge O'ltear resigned from tho
Court of Appeals last week to de
vote his time to the practice of law
which ho believes will pay him bet
ter. Gov. Willson will appoint his
successor before ho goes out of office.
DRAWS THE PRIZE'
''Dark Horse" Gallops Home First
In Master Commissioner Racs
A Popular Democrat
Kphrnim D. Pennington was last
Saturday appointed Mnstcr Commis
Moncr of tho Lincoln Circuit Court
by Judge Charles A. Hardin. This
appointment ended one of the most
bitter fights over seen for this place
in the history of this county,
The nppointment of Mr. Penning
ton will undoubtedly provo satis
factory to everyone, except of
cotirso those who wcro active candi
dates for tho place, but tho two
pi eminent candidates for the of
fice, Messrs. Rownn Snufley and
II. J. McKobcrls, ticceptcd tho out
come with good grace, nnd extended
their congratulations to tho lucky
wan. Mr. Saufley who had been
Muster Commissioner under his fa
ther, presented to Mr. Pennington
a number of blanks etc., connected
v.'ith the business of the offico nnd
offered his assistanco to tho new
Commissioner in nny way it might,
Tlicro is no moro popular young
democrat in Lincoln county than
Eph Pennington nnd evcryono of
his host of friends will rojoico that
his long service for his party has
nt last been faithfully rewarded.
He is well qualified in e,very way for
tho work of tho position and will
undoubtedly serve with complete
satisfaction for the next four years.
Judge Hardin also appointed Wal
ter W. Saunders Trusteo of tho jury
fund. It is nlso nn nppointment thnt
will give general satisfaction. Mr.
Saunders is assistant cashier- of
tho Firstt National Bank nnd a de
servedly popular young democrat.
In an exciting, though "rather ono
sided contest, the first team of tho
Stanford High' School defeated a
mixed team in basket ball at tho
opera house Friday. The scoro was
31 to IS. McCnrtyxfor tho first
team threw 12 goals, tho next larg
est number being thrown by i'rof.
ingnman for the mixed team and Joe
Hill for ttho first tenneach throw
ing C goals. Tho team iVdoveloping
rather rapidly and expect to wfii
mnny games with neighboring towns
this winter. The temporary line-up
for the first tenm is Joe Hill, center,
Harris Coleman guard, Thomas,
Coleman Guard, Will McCarty, Capt
forward, and Jno. M. Waters for
ward. On Saturday afternoon tho Bnm
hlobces made another effort tb de
feat the High School team but fail
ed. Tho H. S. tenm wvon by tho de
cisive scoro of 28 to 13. Miss El
la Warrea threw 12 gouls for the
II. S. team and Miss Verna Rout one
for tho Bumblebees Miss Margaret
Beck threw 2 goals and Miss Ruth
Beck 2. Nellio Wilson Hill one, and
Lettio Walker McKinney one. Miss
Warren threw two goals from foul
line nnd Nellie Wilson Hill one. Tho
game was rather spirited through
out, considerable interest is being
manifested in this popular sport.
DEATH OF MRS MOORE.
Mrs. Minerva Moore, nged 87,
died at tho homo of her daughi
ter, Mrs. David Burge, in tha Cedar
Creek community last week and was
laid to rest in the old Holmes bury
ing ground after services at the
homo by Mr. J. C. McCInry, Mrs.
Mooro was tho widow of tho lato
Joseph Moore, long deceased, and
besides her daughter, is survived by
two sons who livo in Missouri. She
was a faithful member of the Tur
ncrsillo Christian church, nnd ber '
loved by all. who knew her.
Uncalled Fw Letfers
Miss Helaji Kii