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The Stanford Interior Journal.
STANKOHD. LINCOLN COUNTY. KMNTOCKY. Ti r.sDAY, rKMM ARY 13, 1012.
VOL. XXXIX NO. 13
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
TEMPERANCE FORCES WIN
GREAT VICTORY SATURDAY
Majority of 948 Against Saloons
Returned, With Big Vote CaM
Two Precincts Go Wet.
There will in nil probability bo no
further ngitnlion of the saloon qucs
(Ion in Lincoln county for the next
Lincoln county voter on Satur
day defeated the proposition to voto
bak sn loons by the magnificent ma
jority of 1118 votes. This majority
cjccccilctl the most sanguine expec
tations of tho most nrtlunt Temper
once mhocntes nnd bo disheartened
the leaders of the wliitky forces thnt
they ndmil the question of nttompt
in? to votn back saloons in Lnioolu
i ilend for many many tears to
The vote polled Siiuttday won n
very heavy one in pto of hitter cold
weather. The teui)ernnco force woro
organized, however, as fow working
organizations lme been in Lincoln
in miuij onrs. They got their vot
ers to the poll, and in addition
watched the election us u cnt does u
mouse. There wns tcry little buying
ol tote attempted by anono. The
Tempeinnco forces asoit that they
bought not n single one, while the
Whisky forces say thnt they hml no
money. A number of floMters were
tot eil in Stanford Intc on the day
of election, but close was the
tigilanee of the dry tht umny who
bad fAiiio over from Botle or Oai
rnid were kept from gstling in their
t oi L . -
A totnl of 3,120 votes were cast
of Mhu.lt 2.1S7 were icgistmed for
the dr.ts and l.SI'J for the wot. Only
two Meeinets in the county went
"Wot"" Mncksvillo ami Turners villa
in (hi Went End. The lurgcst dry
inr..iorilies wero leturncd tit Crab
Orrbiird. which srnvc the banner inn.
,iorj!v for the I)r. the workers
tbeie bnd nlniined that it would.
Ttyc Wets say thnt thoir Inek of
fund- wns 'unused by (be tote oT
Senator K. L. Hubble of this county,
f.r ii. county unit bdl in tlm lufrU
Jniun two tveel.n. po. They bay
th.it the big brewer mi. I luli)icis
bud promised from $1,000 to f3,t)00
for use of tlie wet- in Lincoln but
tlmt wlien Senntor 1!. L. Hubble vol.
il lor 'hi unit bill, they culled it nil
off nnd what little money they hud
licv, bnd t be rio-ed by their own
pei-Muml Riibseriptioiic llo"i'r.
none of the Wet ctpiesn the belief
that any umouiit of imuiey could ham
tl. linked llie ltwull.
Tin climax of the inn n conte-t
which was willed by the Tcmpeniiii't)
fmcit- during tho pnt four wool
Tjr.. on .Satuidii.t, when woinun mid
children p.trailed the street., of Stan
lord, I'nib Oreluird. Ilustoiivillc, M
Kinney, singing and prn.ving for
roles ngninst the saloons. The ban
ners in St.infoid lime Mich blends
us "Vote to wive Your ti " Papa
Vole for Me." "A hiuhhall lend to a
Pull n'ul riuiin." "Vote u You Pra.i"
etc. A 1011); biinuer ii ci (.-. .Maui
stiect in Stunfinil read "If ton Voto
lor Saloons Where Will Y u Spend
fcle.nilt? Vote No.." Tho jtcod uo
tjrtn set ted hot coftce '.I wind
tvieliif. to the election uoikors, and
kept up tile cuthiisiiihiu all lin long,
lioi'.himl ivns the first jireeicct to re
pott and its majority oT 77 npiitint
tl.t Kilooiis btouiit clucrs imm tba
sii(K df men iho bus iisembled in
t!e lulenot Journal olfieu to hunr
thf letnins us they were U'.ophonrM
m from nii sections of the county.
hoii the lux mujonllet. wtne icceii
vd float lltistiiniille nml Crab Orob
ii id, it was seen that the county hud
fjoin- dry by n treiuendoiu mnjonty,
mi I '1 1 enlliusiiiMn of tho TcUl:l.,l
jh)i Jt-iecs 1 new no bouiuN.
Swulny night u big lollificiition
ini-etiuc van- held nt tho Chr.sliau
luii-i-li in Stanfor.1, presided oier
by llci.. I'. M, Jrclloborts, ydui lit d
jieti.il in- idiuiriuan of th'i Temper-un-'O
1 flQinittoe. fie nnd th l"'"
uistiit. of tliu local onuielios madn
fctii'ii.t; tolks upon tho viuUiiy wli.ob
bad been won, und mgQil thiu the
woik bo kept i.p nnd tlmt now thnt
tho saloons nhvo been put out of
business for ever, tho pood people
go ;o work on (he blind tIjjoi-
llie tote by inecincts in tho elee
lion Siturday wus ns foll-ju.
The Vote Dy Precincts
i Precincts Wet Dry
Mnnlord No. 1 li:i 118
Stanford No. 2 170 1J10
Stnnford Xn.l M7 Kir.
Stanford No. -1 51 128
llustonWIIe. No. 1 01 M0
lliistouville No. 2 ;. (15 113
It. No. 3 (Tumcrsville) ... 80 80
II. No. -1 (M.iKiuney) .... 08 100
Crnb Orchard No. 1 8L 253
Crab Orchnid No. 2 13 1 IDS
Wnyiiwdiurs No. 1 50 222
Wnyncsburg 2, (Kind's Mt) 87 102
Wnynesbui-g 3, (Highland) 87 110
TOTALS 1,230 2,187
Dry Majority 918
Jim Hamilton, of Lancaster, enmo
over and irntuhed the election niilidc
Saturday mid named away scleral
floaters who had come over ftom
(Inrr.ud hoping to get tumctliiug for
Ourrtird hoping to get Homethin for
Iko Shelby, of the Shelby City
ueit;hbnrhood, played the snino game
("i ii, hunch ol floater fiom Slielby
City, who ahd come over looking foi
some coin. He told on oh and ev
ery one lie wonld be ai rested if be at.
tempted to tote and tlu' wisely
Taken as n whole the (lection
jmSMsit off vory quietly. There was
a little trouble at uiiu preainct in
Crab Orelmid, and it well known
drummer who "makes" Stnnford and
clnium it in his home was charged
with voting illegally here, but it is
not believed antliiii(r will come of
Now that the saloon quoition is
settled, the ticiilhncut on all eiden
npiiut to bu oicrwhelmiiifsly in fn
tor of driiing out thu blind timers
and active stujM will bo tRkon look
ing toward the nccouipliabment of
that nt one. .w-... .
A jrreat poition of the credit for
the jrreot tietory won by the Tem-
jporance foiti1. ivns duo to tho fact
tlmt a targe portion of the color
isl voting imputation of Lincoln conn
ty voted ngfiinet the saloons. The
two colored liastors who came here
I from Letington and Danville turned
nivav of tlisJr moo into the Dry col-
tuinn and did n rld of yood with
Hy tirture ul etecutiou No. UJO
diieeled to me, wbicli imiied lroui
the Clork'b ollice of the Lincoln Cir
cuit Court, hi .itor of John Schul
ton, iiL'tiiiixt I). It. Kaiubo, I, or one
of my deputies, will, on Monday,
the lllh duy of .iuich 1012, between
tho hour of one o'clock, I'. M. uud
two o'clock P. .M., ut the Courthouse
door in Stuufoid, County of Lincoln.
Ky., ctpose to public ulo to tlio
highest bidder thu following propurty
(or so much thereof us muy bo
ueeeasary to btitisfy tho amount ut
tlio 1'luiiititta debt interest uud
Mo iv house and lot in Muy wood
Lincoln county, Ky., uud bounded
u.- lollowt,: Oil tho ciibt by tbo
counts lu'id, on tho west by Steph
enson, on thu south by Luey Aim
i-'ud-, uud on tho north by tho Louis
ville - Nashville railroad, the
amount of tins etecutiou intcic.it
and cost is (217.35. (Two hundred
and seventeen uud Unity five cents)
This property was lowed upon as tho
propel tt of D. D. Kaiubo uu the 10th
duy of January 1012.
TLKMS. Sulo will bo mudo on a
credit 1)1' three (3) mouths, bond
with upptoU'd security required,
homing intcicst nt the rutu of U per
cent per minimi from duy of bale,
uud bating thu force uud effect of
u talon bond this 31st day of Janu
W. L. MoCAKTY. Sheriff L. C.
DR. PIPES' MOTHER DEAD.
Dr. M. L. Pipes the popular phy
sician, of Motcluud has tho sympa
thy of many friends m tho death of
bis mother, Mrs. Muna l'ipes, which
! occurred at her homo at Drumficld
last week. Tho deceased wus in her
(7t!i ti-ui mid bad been a member
of tho Methodist church for 5 1 years
und wus given to much church and
charity work. Sho is survived by
her husband, Mr. G. Wr. Pipes und
tho following children: W. II. Pipes
Danville,, Dr. Pipes, Morclandj Ed
ward Pipes, Louisville; J. C. Pipes,
Uruuifield; Mrs. Eugenia Carpenter
Texas; Mrs. Ada Cox and Mrs. Sue
Thurpe, of Drumfield.
IG STEERS DROWN
!Whcn Ice Gives Way Under Them
While Quenching Their Thirst
A bunch of 10 fine steers belong
ing to .M. J. Karris, of Danville,
ublflb Wei,, builii! dlilell flolli Dilll-
villu to the farm of Mr. A. K. San
ders, nenr Marucllus, Oarrard coun
ty, diownid in ii pond near the lat
ter place n hen tho man who was
driiing them, uttciupted to water
lliciii thtoiiL'h the ice. lie bad
thought that tho ice. nns strong
enough to bear up the wciglit ol me
6tccrs, so that they could slake their
thirst through u holo in the ice. Hoiv
otcr w ben ml bud gotten upon the
ice, it gave way beneath their heavy
weight, and nil wero precipituted in
to the freezing water. The pond
mis tcry deep, nnd there was no
chance to save them. These steers
weie tallied at about $50 a heud,
as they were extra good ones, ami
tho loss of .Mr. Karris will run up to
HOUSE BURNS DOWN
C. C. Terry's Home Destroyed By
Fire Monday Afternoon.
The homo of C. C. Terry, ubout
tin eo miles i'loin town on tho Somor-
Iset pike, burned doiva Monduy af
jternoon about hulf pust thiee u'olock
Only the wuinen folks were ut homo
when the building cuught, uud it is
not known just bow the conjugation
bgiin. A lew sumll household arti
cIch nud furniture wcio saved, but
praolieully oierj thing was n total
loss.. Mr. Teiry earned $075 insur
iiucc on his homo wittb J. D, Weur-
'cn, the Insurance .Man, of Stanford.
I You can see from ubovu how safe
'your home is when it is protected by
policy with J. D. Wciiron, the In
surance .Man, of Stanford. Better
'tee him now. , - -
LOUISVILLE'S AUTO SHOW
LouismIIo's Automobile Show
ju oinises to bo. the gtoiitcsl oier held
'in this section of the cuuutiy. It
'li being held this tear on .March 0,
t, S, and 0, ut the customaiy place,
ivhich'iM the First Kentucky Kogi-
'irieiit Aimory. Tlio date this tear
wiis set about two weeks curlier thuu
lusunl to cnnbfe purenhscra to get
'their ordert. in curly, ns in tho past
j!ront dillictilty lias bicn esporienc-
led in getting ptiimpt delnerios. us
the lHri'tlu'ru cities hat u bten getting
ttioir ordein in first.
I It is estunutcd that fully two huii-
dicil cars will bo cthibitcd, which at
u uuusuiiutiiu table would menu
oier one-half million dollars in auto
mobiles. Mnny sundry exhibits will aKo be
ut tile show, which nre nliwits in
teresting us well ns liistruetiic.
Arrangements nre now well under
wuy for decorating this immense
building which aoter.i oei nu ucie
of trroiuid, nnd is coiitJdercd the
grentcst show building in this coiiii
tr,. Don't forget tbe dates, March 0,
7, 8, and II.
A RIGHTEOUS DECISION.
Tbo Winchester Democrat bays:
"Judge Ki.uis this wecek icndercd a
decision that will maku bun solid with
tho women, n b.dy, the wife of u ten
unt fanner, sold turkeys, chickens.
eggs, butter, etc., saved tbo money
unit houglit a horse. Vwthoui her
knowledge or consent, her husband
traded the aiiimul olf. Tho trade
did not suit her, uud sho brought suit
for tho possession of her horse.
While admitting the bourco from
which she purchased the horse, tho
opposing Inwjor claimed that all
these things which she had bold real
ly belonged to her husband. Judeo
JHiuiis wyuld not pco it in tlmt light
I uud oidored the horse returned to
GIVE THE COUNTERSIGN
How to enter the newspaper of
Ifice: "Advance to the inner door
land uiiu time raps. Tho devil will
lutteiid the ulmiii. You give your
name, postottico nud number of
jenri, ton have beta a subscriber to
tho paper. You will ndvuueo to tho
center of tho room, where you will
uddrcss tho editor with tho following
couiitciHgii: Hold tbo right hand
ubout two feet from tbo body, with
the thumb nnd fingers clasping a
one dollar bill, which you will drop
into tbo editor's bund, saying, 'were
you looking for moT' Tho editor
will clasp your hand and bill, press
ing it nnd will say: ',ou bet.'
Tho bridge Club mot Thursday
iiftornoon with -Mios .Martha and
tin ..M.I ".!rd U It tl.,11 (ltl.lniM-
.i ;.. i..,.,.. ,.e iiiw i!.,iA. ti.. ...i.i
Mr-. .1. a. K1...1I. ..f ll.....tn..! T..r,,s.
nnd Mis. Callio Liuiiey, of Dauttille.
The Woman's Club mot Wedncs
day afternoon uith Mrs. J. ti. Hob
iiison on Lesiugtou street. Mrs.
Itobinson was lender and thu subject
for discussion wus thu Lmerson
'cried." Inviting refreshments were,"' '' ,"' l """"' "' " "? v'
. !.flO.!)l, the best basket selling nt
Hon. Junies IJ. McCrcnry appoint-i
ed Hon. John M. Karrn a dclegato to
tho Illinois nnd
liomi i onvcniion, wiueii c
in Chicago yesterday, Mondnv l'cb.
.Mrs. J. A. Anion gnve nn clnbor
ulc course dinner nt her home on
ichmond stieel complimcntni-y to
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her guests .Misses Agnes Dradslinw
,r . , , ,- ,i i, ;i
of Decatur, 111. and Knthenne Hcul
of IJonttytille. ,
, Mrs. Leonnrd Nnvc ngu 35 years
died of tuberculosis nt Dewccs Col.,
where she had gone hoping u chango
of climate would trrohmg her life.
Hosides her hiubaud and four chil-
dron she lemos n number of relntiies
heie nt her old home to mourn her
N. H. Sunders of Mudison county'
and Miss r.innm Layton, of Ma-
, , . . , bo Shropshire, of Winchester, Price
, wore united in inarrmgo nt ..,,.,, , ,. , it o
iii i' ai 'p- i i.'Pnv"tc. Hnglit and ro bought 8
ime of hlder K. M. Tinder, he ! , , . . . . .
., . ... ' ,. head of I to'fi-tenr-obl hibnds nt
ming tlio ceremony in hm nsii-'. . , , . ;, ,
n.i i-i. iKicJiiiioiid at on iitcrnae of tl0. W.
.nr.i..ii...v Mm itiifiriW 1,1 Ilia 11311
i.ii.uiiuiiih iij .. iiiiiiuiii .1. .. iwi.
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Ul lflUH-.lli; ll.lllltiut. II13 IIIKll. .
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the attractive nnd handsome diuigli
,. r ti i at... u, r ,...,
lui Jk- .ill. tinil .ilia ki(;.x .....ii... u
I this count v.
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I li.. i ruin., inmi rti I mi.nctni rtil'i
two enjoyable dances last week in
i honor of Miss Lettic Mac McKobcrts
Mr. nnd Mr. J. Purkcr flrrgory
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nro beinir congratulated upon tne m-
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rival of another son the second cue
to visit their borne. The sprightly
little fellow has been cristoucd "Hen- .
rv TTnll nmrr " ' . I
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li Ann.,, Roll., Tt.trnsi.1n 1.n is
with her sister Mrs. Vincent Arnold iwith, he ""t'1" Express Company
in It.nninghum oi.tertained in honor ,"' thl vil' for some tlme' bas rc'
of Miss Nntn .Moffctt, of Lebanon, 'l"wi1 aml aceptcl a position ns
formerly of this countv. .salesman, with that enterprising and
' Jack "Denny, a wirrthv negro fnrm l-ospcrous gioeerv firm. Guthrie &
ibnml f this plnee burned to death ,Co-' west AVul,,ut btrect- ?Ir
iSutiirdnv morning. Ho bnd been to Spoonamoie, is a son of Mr. Llijah
iDanville'Prlday with n load of to- .Spoonamoie, of Stanford, related to
.bacoo and Jetmning late in the cv-,nl1 " tllat 1,anlc.111 the east cl of
cuing wns benumbed and suffering !tllIS conn,.v- "o is nn honest, indus-
fiomcold. In sitting near a hot stove lr,!,s' nml mmav, -vou" "l""' ""'
1.; ,.i.i.,.. I,.,,..,..,.. ;..,it,i ;., .., Imting connected himelt with that
, Uin l.1lIlw ....V.tllllJ 111111.11 ill nuiuu I
niunner and bis wife awoke being
Inrouscd by the iiiell of something1
binning diseovred ho was badly
burned, lie wns about 00 year old
nnd died in great agony the next i
The Mary Walker Price Chapter !
of the lT. D. (.'. met Monday after- .
noon at the home of Mrs. Kd. C. I
Mr. Walter Kellev nnd Mis The
icsa Ab'tealf weiv united in mnrri
iikc in the city of liichmoud.
uroom is the t-nn of Mr. and Mrs. Her, ihe .toungstcr is the son ot it.
Den Kelley of this county, while the G. Neof, a Gieck, who claims that he
bride is tbe youmr daughter of Mr. was a student of physical culture
nnd .Mrs. Nniah Motcalf, of Lowell, in Greece.
L. G. Hnselden bousht of W. A. Neof told the officers that he had
Price OS n'eies of land lying along .biol.en the wrM.s und ankles of his
tho Fall Lick road five 'miles out J son when ho was ten years old nud a
from this place at $5S.75 per acre, month Inter began training tbo ba
Mr. Iluselden evpeets to place a ten-'by for an nthletic career. In his
ant upon the fnrm who will improio perfoiuiance the Neof child dislocat
by cultivation. 'ed bis nugles and wrists nt will nnd
Mr. A. IJ. Drown. Sr.. of this city caused them to lissome ninny uu
lecciicd tho information of the death antral positions. Dy bending back
in Denver Colorado of Fled Kuowles ward with bands and feet on the
who nun lied tbo handsome Miss floor m a inestler s bridge, tho child
Mnriettn Ciow of Louisville, grand- easily supported 150 pounds on his
daughter of Mr. Drown. The ic- 'chest.
mains of the deceased weie taken! The humane of filers decided not
to New Yoik for interment. !to interfere with Neofb plan ofilo-
Miss Mnmio Dnstin left last week
to enter tbo Cincinnati Ait School
Judgo Lewis L. Walker and Mis.
Walker, left Wednesday for a so
journ in Uiliimln nml ulteiwnnls lor
u tnp to Cuba. Miss Sarah Daniel
leturncd Fudny to her home in Purls
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(Illl'l 11 )IIUI.SMI.l IJS11 111 .Hit. ,1111111 i
M. .Mount. .Miss Agnes Itrailsliain,
of Decatur, 111., is the guost of Mrs.
J. A. Amoii, Mr. und Mrs. J. S. Dow
imin have leturncd to their homo in
Lewis county. .Miss Kllu Henry is
in Itichmoud for a tuit to friends.
Mr, Sninuel D. Whorrilt, of Chicago,
has been tho recent :ui'st of Lancas
ter relatives. Miss Est ell Walker is
Louisiille visiting Dr. nnd Mrs.
Franklin Walker. Mis Murgnret
Fox of Danville was with Miss Mary
Lynn Fox for set oral days. Miss
Dottio Itobinson of the faculty of
tho graded school was cnlled to her
homo in Cnmpbcllsvillo by the illness
of her mother. Miss Mat thu Durko
has returned to Cailinsville, 111., af
ter n pleasant stay with Miss Letty
If eeins that all the Unrrnnl to- '
bin i o has already been marketed.1
such hnto been the large quantities
ilelivercil nt tlio wnreliouses iiuting
the lust two months, but there is
much still in Unrrnrd, the 05 acie
l'ruP or .Mrs.
1M. Walker nnd son
.Wowls Walkcrbcing jet umolil, also
crops nnd parts of crops grown by
W. I. Anion, Dr. J. A. Anion, J.
Klecce llobinson, Wr. It. Cook, A. IJ'
Drown, Jr., nnd n number of others
As indicating the grade of Onr
rnrd tobacco the Pence IJros., sold a
15 cents, while lrnnk Land sold 2,-
410 pounds thnt average $19.75, the
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four baskets selling under 18 cents
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j no ijiiiiciisivr wiirenuusu uuiijui
1,000 pounds from K. McCnrley nt
13 cents, 3,000 pounds frvtn T. Koth
crgill nt $13 per hundred, 4,000 lbs
liroin G. W. Thmpson at lie; 4,00
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.lbs from John Henderson nt 10 cc
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and 3,000 lbs from .U. Moss nt
, ' ., ..,,. .., --nn n.a
cents It. K. Hudson sold 7,500 lbs nt
Dnnvillp nt nn nvcrnge of 7 l-2c.
Mr. Din ton bntight nt Uiclunond
court, fivo-4 to (5 yenr old horses nt
from fl75 to .275 per bend and 7 to
fl-yenr-old mules nt from 130 to
$130 W. II. Iturton bought nn aged
mule in J. O. HohitiBbn at $140,
and tvj fitc-yenrs-old linrcs from
Holcomb of Danville, at $33 "5. W. 11.
Iturton sold a walk trot male to Itil-
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iKiclmiond nt on uiernjte of 10
- J i n , ,, ,.r, IIP l.l
Cnnicr bought 3S ehnd of cattle,
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r'w'"f'"? fr0"' 3-' to UUO pounds, nt
t , . , .n 4.1- .
liieluiioiid court dnv at from slo to
i.,.,. , , ,, , . T,
$2. iier head. Robert Bnrnsido pur-
'clined 25 ewes from Dock Weaver
.at $o per bond.
T. C. Hnnkin bousbt a pair of 3-
j ear-old mules from Lee Hnnkin for
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., uiiu h if-i ri i -urn mine iiuui iiii-
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ilinm I'nglit for fl.i.i
SAM SP00NAM0RE GOES UP
Mr. Samuel Spoonamoie. formerly
0I Olllllioru, WHO lias UCIU a pnsninn
hustling young business man, Mr.
Thomas Guthrie, they wiVl make a
tiniu that will lie difficult to turn
down. Dam die Messenger.
TO MAKE BABY AN ATHLETE
Cincinnati, Feb. 12. Humane so
cietj olliecrs hoie witnessed a pri
vate perfoiuiance tcsterday given
by a three- car-old boy whose an
kles and wijsts had been broken
when ho was ten days old in order
'to make him an ueiobat und wrest-
t eloping tho child, but exacted a
promise that no public exhibition
would bo given by the child for nt
least fiic years.
I will sell publicly on
Friday, Feb. 16.
biv'iuniiig nt one o'clock nt my icsi
doui'u on Danville street a lot of
nnd kitcbn furuituie,
consisting of beds buieuus, wash
slniids, center table, rocking chairs,
dining tables, dining chairs, glass
bjor eliiim closet, Fisher Leaf range,
lnruo ice box, dishes, one pen thor
oughbied Ithodc Island Ited chickens
nud other things too numerous to
Monday was the 103id annivor
sary of Lincoln's birth.
Fonner Governor of Ohio Myron
Tl Herriek wns appointed as Minis
ter to Frauce.
'Appolntctl Secretary of State Board1
II. Itownn Saufley went to Frank
fort Monday to nccopt a position us
one of tho thrco secretaries of tho
Stato Doaid of Equalization, to
which he was elected by tho Hoard
on Saturday. Tho appointment is
for four cars, but tho duties of tbo
office will only lcipiire bis presence
in Frankfort for about four months
each car while the board is at work.
t Tho appointment wilt bo a tcry
popular one to Lincoln county de
mocrats, for there is iirobably no
better known young democrat iu tbo
county than he. For about sLxtccu
years ho has been a member of tho
Interior Journal staff, and tvhilo it
regrets to give him up, it rejoices
that ho has secured a better position
than it, could offer.
LINCOLN COUNTY MEN
Hold Prominent Positions of Trust
At Hood River Oregon
Editor Interior Journal, Stanford,
Dear Sir: I noticed some
mention in a late I. J., of the snow
fnll you bnd in some parts of Ken
tucky n few weeks ugo. I nra send
iilg ou, undor .separate cover, n
copy of each of our city papers and
jn one, hate marked a record of our
snow fall winch bouts ours slightly,
I think. Hood llivcr is a town of
3.0UO with the Columbia river on the
north und -Hood river on tho cast,
and wo find it a vory pleasant place
to live. Kcntuckians arc very well
represented in both citv and county
affairs nnd they nre all Lincoln
county people. The sheriff nnd
deputy, sheriff, city marshal and
chief clerk of thu city water de
partment arc among tho officers
tvorthy of mention, held by Ken
tuckians. I trust you will appre
ciate the size and life of our pa
pers. Wo arc veiy proud of them.
I love the west and expect to spend
tlie rest of my life hero but I nm
very loyal to my native state, and
expect to return to visit it some time
in the near future. Wishing the I. J.
success, I am Vcrv truly
LUCILLE G. JOHNSON.
MRS. MARIAH E. PIPES
The grim montlur enteied the
home of the well nnd favorably citi
zen Mr. George W. l'ipes, of the
West End of this county nud robbed
the home of bis devoted wife, Mrs.
Muriah Edward Pipes, who bad for
oars. shared bis jovs nnd borrows
as- well. Deceased was ill only five
days, thouirli for years nnd years,
she had bcoa frail, many times her
life almost despaired of. Though
frail, she possessed n strong will,
nud ns stated several times, when al
mot all hope had been nbanded, sho
rallied and was able to again nssiime
the duties of her home. The vr't?r
had been presonally acquainted with
the subject of this sketch fov many
jenrs. She was one of those kind,
gentle big-hearted, motheily women,
whom to know wns to admire, the joy
of others was always first with her,
and he is 1 cully grieved to know thnt
he shall see her no more in this life
She wns in her sixty-seventh year,
and had been, a member of tbo Mctho
di-t chuicli from childhood. Sho was
a Hilile student and in sickness nnd
health, had lived a life close to her
Savior, having implicit faith in His
piomiscs. She became tho wife of the
husband who survives her, mnny
.tears ago. Eight children enmc to
bless this union, seven of whom sur
vive her. Mr. W. II. Pipes, of this
city, Dr. M. L. Pipes of Morelnnd,
and Ed ward Pipes, of Louisville.
Mrs. Eugenia Cnipcntcr, of Texas,
Mrs. Peiry Cox und' Mrs. Aliston
Tlmipe, vi irrumficiii, Mrs. N. A.
YuiiArndall, of this city, is a sister.
Ml the children were ut her bedside
v hen tho end came, except Mrs. Car
penter of Texas, and were sad wit
nesses of the end of tho best earth
ly fiieiid. The funeral service was
'niiductcd by Kcv. W. K. MeCliirc
of the Moielnnd Methodist church
assisted by Itcv. W. T. .May, of the
Christian church,, at Old Union
chinch, Wednesday afternoon nt -o'clock,
in which both paid deserved
glowing tributes, to this Godly wo
ninn,. in tho presence of one of the
largtst crowds that ever assembled
in thnt historic old building. Uiirinl
in the cemetery adjoining tlio church.
Tho writer joins the'legion of friends
of the grief 'stricken husband nnd
children in the deepest sympathy po
sible in this dink hour. Danville
MUST BE CLEANED UP.
jSay Citizens In Enthusiastic Mass
I Meeting at Courthouse Monday
A mnss meeting of the people of
T IIIAAltl .lllllf M LaLI am il.-. A-...-A
iiiiiuui tuning wus iic.u 1.1 in o court
notiso at one o'ciock i: M. .Monday
Fcbmnry 1. for tho liurposo of ex
pressing their gratification nt thu
grcnt victor' .for temperance nnd
prohibition on February 10, and to
plnn for further temperance work.
P. M. Mcitoberts ivns chosen chair
man nnd Iter. W. S. Willis secretary
After the chairman bad stated the
object of the meeting, Iev. J. J.
Dickey read tho following resolution
which bnd been drafted nt a meeting
of temperance workers held ut 11
A. M.. Ilevs. Dickey Walker and
Unllou spoke to the resolutions and
they were unanimously adopted.
Whereas Lincoln county bns again
toted dry by 9 IS "majority, nnd
whprcas the blind tiger and bootleg
ircrs are the greatest enemies that
local option has. thorcforo resolved
that : Wc, the citizens and voters of
Lincoln county in mass meeting as
sembled, urgently request our of
ficials whose duty it is, to enforce
our laws ngninbt the illicit sale of
I intoxicating liquors and to use every
, means nt their commond for its sup
pression, in order that the will of
the people, so unuiistnkalby express
ed nt (be polls on Feb. 10th. shall
not be violated.
Devolved. That we demand of all
candidates for ofllcc seeking our sup
port, in either party, that they shall
state in unmistakable language their
position on the liquor question, and
that their records shall be a guaran
tee of their sincerity.
Resolved, That tho following per
sons shall constitute nn Executive
Committee to co-operato with tha
eitil authorities in making the local
option law effective: P. M. McUob
eits." T. W. Jones, J. A.'AUen, J. If.
Baiighman, D. M. Walker, J. B.
Jones, P. L. llruce and J. J. Dickey.
Devolved, That we hcrrby tender
our thanks to tbo women and chil
dren of Lincoln county for their
henity, enthusiastic nnd efficient
co-operation in winning the splendid
tietory on Saturday February 10th
1912. ..n-nTC" "" "'
Itc&olvcd: That wc beicby ex
press our high appreciation to the
colored voteis of the county who cast
their bullets for prohibition and
Ithcieby .swelled our majority to such
great pioportions, and we hereby
pledge ourselves to aid tbo colored
pcoplo in every effort they mudo to
lift themselves to a higher piano of
morality nnd intelligence.
I ltev. W. S. Willis offeicd the fol
lowing i evolutions which was dis
, cussed nnd explained and unani
Whereas Lincoln county has again
I voted diy by a large majority and
I whereas it is difficult to enforce the
I local optiou law with the present
llntcr-Stato Commerce Law.
I We the citizens und voters of Liu
. oolu county Kentucky, on in Mass
I meeting assembled in the court house
in Stanford, February 12, 1912 do
earnestly petition our congressman
the Hon. Harvey Helm and our Sen
atbrs Hon. W. O. Bradley and Hon.
Thos. II. Poynter in favor of Sbep
pard Kcnyon bill as it is now beforo
congress. Tho bill by Mr. Sheppard
is known as House Dill 10,214, and
M& Kcnyoii's bill is Senate Bill Np.
Hon. J. E. Robinson for five years
'past county attorney of Garrard
county was called upon to givo his
experience iu tho' enforcement of law
in his couuty nud among other things
said that six years ago there wero
twenty seven government licenses
or revenue receipts in Garrnrd coun
t uud piobubly fifty blind, tigers. In
ench conviction tbo full penalty of
tbo law was given and in no single
caso was there n second offeusd. Tho
old chronic bootleggers have left tho
county, nnd the prohibitory laws nio
1 fait hf fully enforced.
llov. J. F. Tinder, of Lancaster,
wns called upon and corrobroatcd
what Mr. Robinson bnd suid con
cerning prohibition in Unrrnrd coun
P. M. McRoborts Ch'mn.
W. S. Wills', Secretary.
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