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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOL. XXXIX NO. 14.
STANFORD, LWCODN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1012.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
OICK NEW LAND ARRESTS
ROWDY NEGRO AT DEPOT
Conditions So Bad There Late Mon
day Night Private Citizen l
Forced to Protect Lady.
Tlio campaign to clcnn up tho
town of drunks nnit blind tigers w.u
we'l inaugurated this week, when on
Moudny night Richard M. Ncwluivl,
oijo of Iho best known nnd rcpcct
ed citizens of Stanford, took tho law
into bis own hands at the depot,
wneie n negro mnti.tianied Will Mode
nai "raising Cuin" and brought hi'J
by the collar to town nnd turned him
ocr to Chief of 1'olice B. D. CuTtcr.
Polic Judgo Mcncfoe the next morn
ing bent Moore "over the road" for
ciglty dnys for being drunk nnd us
irg profane language. He endeavor
ed lo make Monro tell whci 3 ho hud
swucd the whisky thut he drank but
V.h.u. insisted that u w hud given
it to him in n lestnurnnt.
Mr. Newlund was ut t- depot
nt 1 1 :J7 Monday night to uiiet i
friend, due to arrive on the cast
bound train, when he noticed n dis
turbance being caused by the negro
Mnc.ro. Cue Mober, night itg-nt. told
him tbnt he hud driven the m-gio out
of the Mutton ouc,ennd when Mr.
Now land came up, the negro wns
cunting and using very iudoccnt lan
guage. A while woinnn wit in the
trait in? room, together with ninny
negro men nnd women. Mr. Moscr
nid that ho would have telephoned
for nn officer, but the depot phone
wns out of shape, nnd he naked Mr.
Ncwhind to help him with the nogro
until the trnin had pushed, or else go
down town nnd get Deputy Sheriff
Jos. McCurty, whose soft drink
Btnnd is justn fdiort distance down
on Depot street. Seeing that the
u-gi was per-i-ting in hia unseem
ly tnlk nnd conduct, Mr. New-land,
took mutters into his own hand, nnd
forced tho negro to go with him to
Performed at Preachersville Popu
lar Young Couples Wed.
WEST FOR W00DR0W WILSON
Says Former Supreme Court Judge
Of Oregon In Interview.
Two very popular young Kant Did
couples. Mr. Oscar lloltzclaw, nnd
Miss Maude McAlister, and Mr. Mar
shall Newhmd nnd Miss Mary Bess
1 fli n.. i.f .lf,t'ii in lint Itninii hi AlTM
uuiiwian, uiu.v .-v r ------ . - .
John I'. 1'etttiH nt Preachcrswllc, " ivmg,
whore Hew. J. E. HoborlH, this pun-
tor, pcrfoimed n double ceremony
uniting them in mnrriagc. TIhvics two
coupK'H hud been sweothcurts for n
long time, but their lunriimjc cuuiu as
a surprise to their many friends who
ender heartiest congratulations nun
good wished. One brido nnd ono groom
nre the childien of Hr. und Mrs. IJ.
I), lloltzclaw, white, Mr. Holtzclnws
bride is the daughter of It. .1. Mc
Alister near Crab Orchard. Mr.
Nowlnnd is thu son of Mr. Henry
Ncwlniid, on R. V. I). No. 1. Doth
are progressive young farmers.
Bite a Number of Canines And Other
Animals Only One Muzzled
Several mnd dog secures have pre
vailed in omc parts of the county
the past week, nnd many canines
which nre suspected of having been
bitten by rabid nnimnls, nre being
Mlled. The bull dog hcloimiiii! to
Sam I). Ends, about the miles from
town on the Lancaster pike, first
showed signs of going mad, nnd to
said to hne bitten n number of dogs
in that bection nnd nlso to huvo
bitten some calves nnd boss.
The dog was finally killed in Lo
gnntown, the negro settlement near
the Lancaster pike. A Jiojnbcr of
the dogs which he is believed to have
infected linvc nlso been killed. One
nr two of the dogs which were suid
to huvc been bitten, nre said to have
been seen in town, ami had fights
with town dogs, fto that there is be
lie ed to bo some danger that locnl
dogs may go nind.
Mnor Florence n few wicks ago
"Governor Woodrow Wilson is tho
choice 'of wst democrats and many
lepublicnns in my state for the Pres
idency," dcclured former Judgo Will
i mctnocr oi mo
State Supremo Court oi uregon,
wrote the opinion in tho famous
Kernon case, involving the principle
of the initiative nnd referendum
which wns recently nrgued before
the Supreme Couit of the United
Stnlcs, und is now awaiting decision
by that tribunal.
"And you might, too," added the
noted Weleru jurist," that Governor
Wilson would have no trouble carry
ing the republican htute of Oregon iu
the event of his nomination.
"The New Jersey Executive np
peals to the popular imagination,"
said Judge Kintr, "and I regard his
nomination by the ItaltiinoTc conven
tion ns u practical ccitoinly. He is
by far the strongest candidate the
DeiiioiTiiey can pi cent to the peo
ple in I ho coming Presidential cam
paign ,uml if nominated as l ue
lievohe will be, be will be elected.
I'he Wattcrson-llnrvey .incident
has helied to advance the New Jer
sey Executive in popular esteem. The
public was not slow lo grasp the fact
that bis business planned to destry
him, nnd in the Wc-t tlietc is othing
but admiration for his courageous
stnnd in refusing to bo Kynnircd.
"On Oregon we hnc the preferen
tial primaries, mid (here is no doubt
that Woodrow Wilson will be the
choice of the democrats of the slnte
for tho Democratic presidential nom
ination. He will hnc the support
of n large clement of progressive
Republicans if nominated, nnd Ore
con will aive her "electoral vote to
him. My information is that the New
Jersey Executive is equally us strong
in other stntes in the West."
Attacks and Badly Scratches Col.
George D. Weatherford
MISS KATE ALCORN
Ilustonville Feb. 15.
Col. Oco'i'c I). Weatherfoid had a
Wins Prize From Armour & Co., For
ELLIS MUST DIE
Says Court of Appeals For Brutal
Murder at Somerset.
MISS SUE BETH JAMES
BEFORE THE FOOT LIGHTS
issued n nrocliimitiioii thai all dojrs
That officer, how- j. town j muzzled upon ncniiltv of
ever, Avna unwilling to nrret the jieiK Killed, but so far but one dog A dispntch, from Chicago to the
negro without a warant. whereupon ijmR )r(l) p(ipn mtirrlotl in town, while jLonisille Herald last week said:
Mr. Newlnnd brought Moore on t IIicrc r0 dozens roatniiig iho slrocta Kathleen Mvlilio-h and Sue Both
tho hvery stuble nnd telephoned - t-uitliout. tliom. i James, wealths- Misiippi girls nie
Chief of Police Cm tor, who got up. -' tM(,j,. 11V" l)1R.k to their home
While driving a wagon loaded with
hay John Rigsby fell off and the
out of bed. came up town nnd placid
Moore in iail.
Mr. New hind said that there scein--d
to n dozen idle negroes congic
grnTed about the depot, seernl no
torious street walkers being among
lliem. II told Chief Cattcr that if
he would obtain their names, ho
would swear out warrants against
nil of them for loitering, and creating
a public nuisance ut the depot. Mr.
Xewland said that the depot at the
time, was ceitiiinly no place for u
while woman, yet the one who was
there waiting for her tr.iin had to
' put up with it nil, nnd listen to words
from the drunken negio which no
j Woman should hear.
' ' As n result of this at fair, it is
piohnMe that when the station of
ficials are moved into the depot,
which will probably be nest week,
the matter will be taken up with
Supt. Suvder and other officials of
regulating tho assemblage nt the de-
Miss Kate Alcorn, of this city,
won third prizo last week in n con-
(..,. Cnr liifluii ,'i'nnoniv conducted
ncrrow escnre from serious iiuui" . lj0 Uomc8tc BCiCUco department
Friday morning. When he came in tho iq Armour & Co Tbiu firm is giving
store ho vnj nttneked by n bvi cat av.ay w j,or moutU to tho women
gi.ringing i.pon his shoulders, cnov- io thj3 country for original, practi
ing nnd hitinp, at his face. Ho flung . wliicli will tend to re-
tle cat from h.m nnd ca led tot no p. ducc tje cogt o ,ivitlg
0,uitc n lively chnso followed bciore ( MgB Ak.orI1.s uueil, wucu won
the cat was lulled. The fclmo hnd m ha WM ag oows
gone mnd, possibly had been bitten i Kconolnicul Soup. Save tho H
by n mnd dog ns several lmvo been l rom glrjng bcuns nnd pcns ,,
in this neighborhood recently. or boU )io(k tW(J cups o fiucly cut
Messrs. Iiniidolnli Coffey, Jones vptnliW in butter, carrot, spinach,
Ilnughinnii and Hen Compton, of onions celery, press through u sieve
Morelnntl, came over Saturday after- nM(j jj tlrco cp3 0f tl0 liquor,
noon to wathcli the wet nnd dry jJeut t10 y0iks 0 two eggs, add one
fights, lialf cup of cream and one tcaspoon
Tho remains of Mr. W. M. Lair, ful of Armour's Extract of Beef,
St.. were brought here Saturday j,0ur the soup over tho eggs und
from Lexington, where ho died Thur.s c-ienin, season, cook n minute und
day and were buried beie Sunday. sere.
Vernon Lcnr, of Morolnnd, wns
here n shott time Thursdny afternoon.
Miss Mnrv 1). Kennedy is the guest
of Miss Coin Mae Goode this week.
Mis Emma Cowan, of Danville, WUgon ran oer Ins leg ju-,t above
was the guest last week of Mrs. S. the nnktc, but luckily he only bruis
D. Yowcll. cl his leg.
Miller Hill, of Stanford, was here Grovcr nnd F.lln Iligsby arc im
fin1 u few hours Thursday. jiiosing now after a long spell. The
Miss E'.iznbetli Phillips, of Joplin, former had pneumonia and the lnt
Mo.. is the attractive guest of Mrs. ter a rising in the head.
W. M. Myers. I Walter Grow, of lower Garrard, is
Oreslus1 Floyd came down from is visiting his father, Brack Grow.
Lexington Friduy to be with the Mr. Ely, of Stanford, nnd Miss
homefolks n few days. Hess Holmes of this town, huvo been
Mrs. Eugene Pope, of Danville, the guests of Misses Annie nnd Kate
was the guest of Mr. und Mrs. J. B. Middlcton.
Iiouto Inst week. I The election proved n success in
.Miss Miiney Ware left Tuesday for Crab Orchard. The ladies felt that
New Orleans to bo tho guest of Mrs. they have been well paid for their la
C. T. Itolls for three weeks. bor. The children of the graded
Mrs. E. J. Godbey is visiting her sehol carried flags and banners in
boh nt Somerset. the parade Saturday and did much
1eslcr Mcllnrguo formeily of this ?0od.
place but for tho last year has been S(cye Tcater is at homo with his
tenchimr in Danville was hcie Mon- ,ll0tut.r jfB EIIlmtl Kairis.
tiny usiunsr ncims oe.u.e. ,,.uB , ,;s AmIo M!d1IctoiI entertained
for Jacksonville, I- la. i . f,;,.,,,!, An,lnv v,.i,- in
Clinton Bastin wns the guest of , ,,,... ,, .
Lancaster friends Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alvie Ellis, of Ellis
Lure, were beie shopping Tuesday.
Nlis. Josctih McKeowu nnd son.
A dispatch from Frankfort this
week said: The Court lof Appeals uf.
firmed the deuth sentence given Jus.
hlhs, of Pulaski county. Ellis und
Fount Helton wero indicted for kill
ing Squire A. J. Bcutty nnd Con
stublo W. F. Heath in the town of
Burnside. Ellis wns a deputy aheriff
DRUMMER WHO VOTED HERE
IS HELD TO GRAND JURY
Temperance Leaders Prosecute Ar
mour & Co.'s Representative For
Voting in Local Option Election
G. E. Christy, the man who travels
this territory for Armour & Com
pany, of Lexington was held to tho
grand jury under $100 bond by
Judgo Bailey in the County Court
nn.1 Hello,, .inn,,iv nn.tnMn Thursday on the charge of Hie
....i.i. , ,,. . . .' . ..... 'votinsr in tho locnl option election
nuu me Hilling iook piaco til ucaiiys i. v" . , ,, , ;
mg took place in XScatty
office. The court says it was con
clusively proM-n that cither Ellis or
Helton shot and killed Squiro Beutty
nnd thut it is not material which
one fired the shots that killed him,
if the other aided or assisted the one
that did the shooting. A Lincoln
county jury gate Ellis the death
GROVE C. KENNEDY. towns after a sensational flight from
Crab Orchard, Ky., J'eb. 10, 'J'J. 'an eelnie musical seminary In
Editor Interior Journal: Meridian and an unavailing effort
By lequrat of the futility, to stoim the footlights heights of
and compliance with a promise, I con , Chicago theatricals. They are scv
Inbute a few lines to the memory of enleen nnd twenty-two years old.
the ginutl old man to whom 1 gave 'respectixely. They came armed with
thu name ot'Haron" and to his broad Inioiiey, and good looks, many clothes
fertile acres "Baronv". I knew him Imid musical educations. Miss Mc-
well. A few ears ago, I took a lot .Intn-h went home with her father,
honor of Mrs. Ealy
The Ladies Aid met with Mrs.
Campbell lust Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. II. It. Spjtler returned to the
who have been usiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Xoimal ut Itichmond Monday after
D. J. New hern hnc i chimed to thejr spending n few days with her inoth
honie iu Louisillcj "'
Muirell Iteid fell ftom the barn' Mr. and Mrs. Audi Carson, of
loft Thursday afternoon and broke Piuewlte are the guests of Mrs. J.
a rib and scu-rcly bruised his head. P. Kogcis.
Mr. and Mis. Livingston l
of fine tliort horns there nnd wo
niiscd on the shines, and on division
duy, we divided by alternate choos
ing, to the entile satisfaction of both
His domain was manorial, his resi
dence palatial. My herd was under
his care. His gallant boys under
miue.llc said he never sa'v the like.
His boys staved at home day and
night while I was theic, but as soon
as I started to town of Sntuidays
the boys scattered immediately.
Theold "Huron" gave us all good
advice and when supper was utter
dark, the good old "Buton" would
.. i t ... r. r :il...
pot oi miers mm iim.c ol .u ... v., ..... lwrt(1Iinis oll hii back
rnce. and seeing that only tlu.se who - ...
I 4HI ,it v - .., ......--
are going off as passengers, or nre
waiting for nnivul on the train,
fchall be allowiil lo congiegutc about
tile Htntiom It has been suggested
that it weie well to have several of
the night and day men who uio on
duty, sworn in us deputy city innr
fdiuls eiupoweied lo yontrol and ar
rest, if need, be, those who have
mude it u custom of loafing about
the station, if the practice is not
broken up. In nearly every city
where there is a depot of tho iie
and beauty thut the U & N., is just
completing here, there is usuully
ome ttdequuto polico control ntfonl
ed bv the railroad, iu co-operation
with the city authorities, and those
who have noticed conditions here,
know that theie is no pluco in tho
(date wher buch is needed more.
A young man by the name of Mar
eey, of Garrard county, wits nrrcst
td, by Chief Cat ter, upon a warrant
ewoiii out by Carroll Shanks, charg
ing him with being drunk Monday.
tie wns fined $8 by Judgo Menefoe,
who iKlavorcd to learn if the liquor
iind been bought iu Stanford, hut tho-
young man swore that he nail or
dered it at Lancaster from a New
Albany, Intl., house, nnd produced nn
express receipt to substantiate his
who pursued her from Collins. Miss.,
and found her here. Miss James
went home with a determination to
The Miss James mentioned in the
dipatch often visits relatives in Lin
coln county and is very popular here
where his queenly wife presided.
The time- spent there constitutes
the brightest oasis iu my eventful
life. He idolized his boys, he adoicd
his wife, and provided well for his
household. A celebrated turlman ot
Crab Orchard, says he never knjw
him to have any tioublo with n gtti-
tleman. That he had known him ul
timately for well nigh u hundred
years nnd he never had any trouble
with him. The uncle with whom he
Ihad the difficulty was not an uncle
1. . .. . i . .;. I..
by consanguinity uui uy niimny om.v
lie thought that in settling up nn es
tate that his wife had not been
The "Baron'' lived like King hd-
waid tho First, beloved by nil his
family, feared by his enemies, 111111
admired by nil mankind. Pcaco t"
FONTAINE FOX BOBniTT
THE DANGER OF LA GRIPPE
Is it fatal tendenoy to pneumonia.
To cure your al grippe- coughs tako
Foley's Honey nnd Tar Compound
It. E. Fisher, Washington, Kns., Bays
"I was troubled with a sovcro at
tack of la grippo that threatened
nneumonia. A friend advised Fo
ley's Honey and Tnr Compound and
I got relief ufter taking the Iirsi
few doses. I took threo bottles and
my la grippo was cured." Get tho
Hev. John Elder still has services
n Bethel each Sunlny at 10:30 A. M
.Mrs. J. M. Iteynnlds still remains
in bad health.
Born, to the wife of Eugene Mc
Willinms 11 nine pound girl.
Miss Lucy Reynolds visited fricndi
nt Woodstock last week.
Mr. J?. M. Reynolds is still clerk
ing iu J. M Reynolds store.
M. M. Tnvlor, John Scott visited
Mr. nnd Mrs.. W. S. Elder of near
Eubnnks, last week.
Mr. J. W. Stringer of Quail will
soon move to Bee Lick to make his
P. T. Pollnul has been contin-
to his room with In grippe but is bet
ter nt this writing.
of vocal music nt Cook's Chapel, and
of Moreluud, ; proving himself an efficient iu-
nnd Mis Nancv Cooper, of near
Morelnnd, attended tho temperance
lecture line Inst Friday evening. ' Mc-sis. J. T. Brown and S. C. Al-
Diilhis Rue. of Libel ty, was hero fold went to Stanford Monday.
Friday on business. lessis. Urban Singleton and John
Editor Henry Thomas, of Libeity. Hmlenson were pleasant callers here
missed through here Monday en Sunday.
loute to Frnnkfott. where he is in Mr. Rnv Johnson is teaching a clnss
Mr. George llunu.
passed through here .Mommy en ptmctor.
I Jhs Uince Ueiisley it at Home Horn
a visit in Boone county.
I Mr. Gieen Acton snys he is glad
this is lean year, us the girls nie
Stanford People Give Credit Where talking to him much.
Credit IS Due. Minified tiiiflm is
Peonle of Stanford 5I10 suffer 1 1 iWnil
with sck kidneys and bad backs want quire fcmgicton is uu. ni.ng nevv
a kidnev remedy that can bo de- . - "' - "-'-
TI,o Loot U nnnn's wants 10 Know 11 no win ine umuu-
With nil the abominable things
said alioiit King's Mountain she has
shown her hand in the recent elec
tion. She rolled up n good majority
of 103 votes for the drys which show
that the good people of this plac
have not been asleep. When the
news came of the victory, the churo'i
bells rang and guns weio fired to
celebrate the glad tidings. May God
be praised for the deliverance of our
people from the threatened reign of
Mr. Preston Thomas and his
daughter Miss Ida of Woodford
county have returned home nftcr vis
iting his sisters, Mrs. W. O. Wiltts
ut Mnywood arid Mrs. W. C. Alford,
of Pleasant Point. Mr. Thomas is
prospecting for a farm iu this lacnli
ty. His many friends in Lincoln will
welcome him back.
Delia Rigney and Mrs. Ldlie Bow
man nro on tho sick list.
Master Clarence Williams is
threatened with pneumonia.
Miss Elsie Singleton, of Wnynes-
burg, is the guest of Miss Maude
Mr. D. O. Gooch is visiting his
daughter. Mrs. W. D. Johnson.
Mr. Claud Hester has returned
from n visit to see his wife in Fre
donia, Kansas. - rr
Mr. J.aura Lee will leave in a few
days for St. Cloud, Fla., where she
will make her home. Her many
friends 1 egret to see her leave but
vv e hope our loss is her gain.
Mrs. Sallic Cannon is very much
improved nftcr a severe sick spell.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lane have re
turned irom a pleasant visit with re
latives in Garrard county.
Mis. Dora Bastin, of Nicholnsvillo
is visiting her mother Mrs. George
last Saturday. Tho warrant against
him wns sworn out by a number of
temperance lenders, after Christy
had voted for saloons itPthe Engine
House precinct. J. W. Accywho
wns on his bond for tho examinin
trinl, continued on tho bond lor the
hearing before tho grand jury next
Christy clnimcd that ns Stanford
wns n central point in his territory
that he intended to make tins his
home, and bring his wife here, after
their mnrrtago last October, his wile
having been n Miss Pike, of Brod
hend. However, ho hnd been unablo
to secure rooms here nnd had not
moved his wife here. Tho hotel re
gister showed that he usually regis
tered ns from Lexington, and once
or twice had registered from Brod.
The Commonwealth proved by
Christy's 'own testimony that his in
tention to make Stanford his legal
homo hnd only been formed since his
marriage last October, which would
give him a residenco hero of less than
six months in the county as requir
ed by law for a legal voter.
County Attorney, W. S. Burch,
conducted tho 'prosecution,- assisted
by Attorneys P. M. McRoberts and
K. S. Alcorn, while Attorney C. G
Williams of Mt. Vernon, defended
Charles D. Roberts, a prominent
young fanner of Grant county, Okla
homa, and Miss Ada M. Roberts,
wcjo mniried nt the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Smith in the Mil
lodgcville section on Wednesday. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Smith having been the
guardians of ,thq bride lfor many
ycais, since the death of her par
ents. She is very popular in the
community where she has been rais
ed, and the young couple have the
best wishes of all.
route to Stanford.
ONLY ONE "BEST"
Tho Confederate organization of
11.1.. - n..nAaJ.il tn !.-Mnini? Gen.
Itobert E. Lee's name from being us- genuine iu the yellow package. Sold
d bv a whisky firm. by Shugars and Tanner.
Worthy the Attention of People Who
Wish to Preserve the Hair
jlliive your own brush and comb nt
home at hair dressers.
Never use n comb or brush 111 pub.
lie phues, they nie usunlly covered
with dandruff germs.
Was'' your hair brush once 11 week
with sou,' t?ud warm water to vvhich
is added n disinfectant.
Shampoo the hair once a week
with pure soap nnd water.
Use PARISIAN SAGE every day,
rubbing thoroughly into sculp.
PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed
by G. L. Penny to destroy dandruff
germs und abolish dandruff, or mon
To stop hnir from falling nnd
scnlp from itching, or money back.
To put life and beauty into dull
Mr. Jim Dunlup our bachelor
l.:jnnM.. .! nn.l factinimtv nf thnt CTS.
is backed bv willing testimony of Mr. C. C. Carroll will move to Lud
Stnnford people . Hero's a case: low March 1st.
Mrs. S. J. Hubble, Lancaster St.,' Mr. Jessie Ronton has gone to
Stanford, Ky., Bays: , "",:.... ., . .,. ,.. . ,
"I know that Donn's Kidney ruis , ;. ..... - " -.. .w, -helDed
me nnd 1. therefore, have not ; Hurrah! our county 'is dry.
Sw hesitation in recommend-! The little child of Delia Trimble
iug them. My kidneys were disorder died Siiturdny night nnd was buried
ed for some 'time and although my here Sunday.
condition was not serious. I was ' Rev. J. N. Herald spent several
n,.virh,.leS nnnoved a crent deal, days Inst week with friends nt Un-
My ljackaches almost constantly nnd nesburg.
soraotimes became so mine tnai 11 re
kidnev comnlaiut that cause
,-.,. c:. einf. Tinan's Kidney you nre missm
uraa. umvu m-...c. -- -
Pills, procured at Shugars and Inn- time.
ner'fl dru- store, all these troubles I Miss Ada Mitchell is with her sis
hayve disappeared and my health hs ter nt Harrodsbuig. ,
j-'in Misses Maude Brown nnd hlsae
improvea. .. . . ,i....i.,i i .1, ti:i,.
For sale by all dealers, rnce 00 museum ..ui-.m..-.. v.....v.. . ...e
1- !.'....... -MilKtirn C.n.. RllfffllO hllld MoiulllV llicllt.
New York, sole agents for the United I Chailie Biown was the guest of
g. . lllisseil iiiuiiipsui, iur.1 uuuuuj.
Remember the name Doan's nnd 1 - -
tntfl no other T'' n,0''t valuable washing ever
tnkB U0 Oiner. , . , nnn nrm
"put out ' was tuai 01 ij,uuu,uuu
Viircd a gieat effort for me to stoop, friend wishes to inform his friends
I-heer were also other symptoms of "the young ladies" that he w on lb.
lrMnPv comnlaiut that caused me din- matrimonial mnrket. Girls some of
Wc have been having awful cold
weather nnd lots of snow. Tho
weather is some warmer now how
evei nnd we nre glad to see it turn
The river hcie has been covered
with eight inches of ice for a week
or more, and crossing nt many of
tho fords had to bo abandoned.
The weather has been fine for
loafing and our professionals have
been putting in full time.
J. S. Prevvitt nnd Herbert Benson
went to Danville last week with a
load of tobacco.
Mr. J. A. Estes is quite ill as a re
sult .of a stroke of paralysis. His
daughter, Mrs. A. R. Scott of Se
dalia, Mo., is at his bedside.
There will be Magistrate's court
W11 11.H ti-itnl In l-tinu llin .nr
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old i-oiintv went d.y asniu. We feel ..u".lVe .-""' """' oc,,','" l"3"
so thniikfiil to know that so many
took nn iuletest in it nnd voted it
Mr. Tim Brown came home Suu
tiay. He hns been in Salem, Ind.,
for the past lluee monlhs visiling
his daughter, Mrs. W. R. Adams. His
many friends nnd relatives nre glad
to have him back with them again.
Mr. A. II. Nonkes, who has been on
the sick list for some time, is 6lowly
Mrs. John Crank is very sick, nlso
Aurit Betsy Hudgins
Mr. -and Mrs
will bo tried.
Rev. C. T. Claunch's subject at tho
Baptist church Sunday, was "Where
Ho Leads I Will Follow." Bro.
Claunch is doing a fine work here,
and has greatly endeared himself to
his people since coming among us.
Ha has one idle Sunday and any
church without u pastor would do
well to secure his services.
J. R. Wilson went to Ilustonville
Saturday on business. Miss Minnie
Shermon, of Stanford, is with her
aunt, Mrs. J. A. Estes. John Q. Row-
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n. mu. nf lana wenx 10 wcxvinney Dumruuy iu
Lancaster, spent part of the week vote against saloons. Mr. and .Mn.
with her mother and father, Mr. and McDowell Fogle with their bright lit
Mrs. Bryant Brown. t1e la"ff"er Catherine tee, came
Mrs. Jones Nonkes nnd chi dren ,uowu J e -" s --
spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. A,
er und mother.
It is said that some good woman
John W.' Griffin hns gone, to Ala- in Lincoln county was heard shouf-
bama to make his futuie home. S n praising me i,oru over u
11 chance of n life
The petitions of the wets asking securities which hnve been washed
for n vnto in Monroe county have and ironed eince the big Equitable
been withdrawn, but may be filed fire in New York,
again soon. I Tnft headquarters were opened in
"riends in Kentucky of Gov. Wil- Washington by Chairman W,. B. Me
an,, u ill seek to have 'iho President's Kinley, oe Illinois. Mnnngers for
I faded hah-, or money back. Price race l.a included iujhe direct pri- Tnft .rtnlm 32 stntes for bun. inclml.
PO cents. mniy law, "i- '-
Little Ella and Delia Nonkes spent
Sundsy with little Ella Jncksou.
Gaily Griffin is very ill with pneu
Walter Chnppcll nnd Gar Griffin
are in from Indiana to spend u few
days with their relatives.
Mrs. Julia Smith spent Sunday
nt B. C. Pruitt's.
Little Lizzie Jiles is back with her
grandpa nnd grandma, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mr. Polly Ann Cliappell tins been
visiting Mr. nnd Mis. Joo Delaney
Foley Kidney Pills will cure any
case of kidney or bladder trouble
uot beyond the reach of medicine.
No1 medicine can do more. Shugars
& Tanner. J'.fBBI
phone Saturday night when the elec
tion news came over the wires, we
have no doubht thut more than one
felt like shouting.
A "dry" mnjority of 048 111 old
Lincoln last Saturday was hy no
means a bad showing for the tem
perance people, iu fuct it is some
thing of which they suouia Do proua
Now let tho saloon men nnd their as
sociates hang their heads in shame,
while religion nnd morals go higher,
ond the good people rejoice with
exceeding great joy.
Horses sold well at C. 31. I'eruiuv
sale on Indiuii creek Saturday. A
fine year old harness mare brought
$187. Dr. C. B. Cieeeh boushtn twu
eor old horse nt $143. Cuttle sold
'low. Mr. Pi'.kins will likely move to
Oregon, and make his future home.