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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO 0 STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, 1911 $1 A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE K V X H t ii GHOULS T' "" iT n rn n p n i ''he had troublo with a furniture dent brave of George d. Saunev Is'" nviiio over n piano , " - ... , Upened Monday IXigbt. Body Not Molested WARRANT ISSUED FOR MRS. AMANDA HARRISON, WHO TLED TO CASEY. A woman ghoul wllh a nrile iiirom-iTIils I olio wed up, soon resulted In the pllco sought to steal the ody or the unwinding of the whulo mass or evl late George II Sautley rrom Its grave deuce agnlimt her In tho lluffnlo cemetery hero some! earlier 8tory of the Affair, time Monday night, and I lie entire community has been greatly aroused I "' " r ," "" n ove rtho affair and efforts to miri., "" ,,cforP w" V""' her swoi On Tuesday night warrants weio."" """ """' """"" u out for Mrs Amamla S llurrl son charging her llh tho crime, bull um",, ,vtr' a l""r B"a"7 "or" lell The wheel tracks turned to tbo when the officers went to serve the ,rt I'""' ll,l 'I'"' " "metery on )lfl Ul,.rt. r B(nrtlI1B towiiri, uv In Stanford. He ndmlltcd to Howuiil,b' !" " o" X "' tonvllle, or Junction City, but after hsulley that he had lied to the ofll I" 0l,cncU ""I K'aVe "r ,l.,c"rse, ," proceeding a few- hundred yards, Ihr cers, but dUrlalmtd any knowledge ""'" 8on r lho ,u,; M ,l 3MUvi' leUcle was turned about and the or the enmo or the woman He snld nnU rel,cl,cd ,,,c woo, en .box h,ch , trackH turned on do. n the hill toward papeu. she had fled rrom her home enclosed the metallic lined coff n In 8tanrord( whcro th. trnll Wns loit In about live or six miles from town onv',,,c" "" l"f 1l1em,a,1l,r' "n,y to l1e"l,.,the 'u"""1 ot vllIrlc lrack,i bM the Uaiitlllo pike. Kvery Indication re their diabolical j.d, wH compMed ' on ,hc turnplke seem, to point conclusively to il..- Koolprint. In the sofi sod abeiit he p(n ,he nicmbor or tllc saufley guilt of Mrs Uarrlfcon, but there Is Grave and oven In lho moistened dirt famly nnd otncrg are .ncIned tu be much mystery over the raotlvo which ' ',,lcl1 UBd ",llcn bnck o"t0 ,h'" 8nr,!lieve tbnt the deed wns planned by tould huvo caused the woman to have eoph'i ! nl ,he worU of ""; some woman, perhaps demented who attempted such a deed. ,vatlon was carried on, show beyond may have bcen a Erent aJlnlrPr nf Rowon Saulley on employ of thU ,,0,"'t ,,,al a Moman had a bana ln young Sautley and been anxious to se ollJee. and ft brother of the dead man. n"alr- ce ot l "orCH """-Icure bis remains for cremation lhu Ha- taken churge of the search for tb ln loD5 ln l,'o cold night, one tied to 1(.ut MVe ,ho ,,., Ko ftir ai ... .. . n i..n... nml Hip nlhpr. urohnblv . . ..... ,.. ..... .,i woman. Shu Is known to have ned o Is known to have lied ey with Raymond Smith, of u tcnaut on her farm. towhrd Casey it lnin nn and for several any and iiignis bsiii-.1" " "" ' , '-exingion joung woman uu & ou ley nnd Illedsoo Halley, assisted br! "loodhminds Irom Hiutonville t)kn, nHllngtoni D. f The Idea that Pctectlvu John Meeks, Chkf or IM- ",0 lra" " u,e grave aud led to H'C J)mfC!,sonj gnou h011gll, lle U)liy lice Caller, Dink Tanner. Hherilt NV. l,Ul'c" wbcMJ """ bor8e" lmJ ,,,,:, ' or the young atlornc) ror botne i.icd I. MtCarty, have hr.n watching the lelhercd. nud where the ghoals got n f0,ugc )g 8COUted gcm.r.ll) for it house. oxpcUuig the Smith hoy to r ,u, U,tlr vch,r,e" hen Pf1,!lbly car u believed that had any such plan as turn so that he could be taken Into cA awy Jusl bt'l0,e Ku,aB t0 lbc that been under wa, the rIioiiI custody and forced to reveal the bid- ren.alns. The dogs went out th cerau mM not Davc uaUed 80 0Ilg nr,or lug place to which Mrs. Harrlton bun " Bate and down t,he pike a short hu Aealh ln,,ner cforU to Mcuri! bt fled in Case) Rowan Sauflcy went to distance toward Hustonvllle, then -e-'rtln0llg Thal ,hoy ore ho ca,iIy llusionvllle en route to Casey late ,raced ther ,eps and seemcd nl a scored oway when five minutes more Wednesday aud will endeavor to learn 08 t0 proceed further. Marshall "crovork wouI(, naVj( enaWcil tUvm io KUl hei whereaUmts If powbte riu' owner r ,be hounds, said they ,Ue body ,g belle,ed by manv. , ,)I0Vt, She will Immediately be arrested vc n"1 Iralned to troll horses and hn lhty Uoy wero ,, at tl)0 end Drought to Jail hero, where every effoit will b mode to make her tell the nmne ol male companion on l heir midnight visit to the graveyard Early Wed day li was learned from dco & ...I.I. .i .. ,.-., .. !.. ..InA hn . ... ...... ..i ., ii- ine III ii:s kuiih nuu uincii .-iiid uai- uhll. .... i... i ., other with the noise and vehicle ln deavorlng to get the top oft the heavy for the month or January, which 1 nhlhc .he is believed to have visited 'itcr box when something must have as follows the graveyard to a Mace of hiding IHghtened them away. The casket I'rlmaiy- Kaluerlue Bruce. I ninte, lesr High llndge It was thought the w opened at the request of relative llsh, UllznbclL Haley, Adelaide I'roc woman was endeavoring to catcb a or the dead young wan. and It wa tor. 1-Tanccs Tate, tiain tor some city but It seems that xeeii thai the body was sately within (Jrade I-Uladys Arnold. Marjorie Ral she was without funds so started for innaikably pool state of preserve lou. Jumes Uaughman. Addison Uell. Caey county where she w.u. reared l"n -Yoninc Saufley died March 14th. IVarl Umbry. Josephine Uooch, Uffit nnd whero she ha. relatives. '". nr"'' lengthy Illness of typhoid .Tenkiiih, Mottle Klncnld. tiuy Smit'.i, Additional clrcumitanccs were learn lii. The death or N fither. the Isabel Wurrtu. Mabel Wilkinson. Her d Wednesday which strengthen the emln-nt Judge M. C. S inlley. rollowe.l ruan alls, fowell libers, chain or evident which lias been me succeeding August, caused. Oiade II Marguerite MtClure. Mar woven about lho woman Rural Rout- man) believed, by a broVen heirt eta-rite Shanks, Fdlth Ilr.gbt. HflK tamer V I Dawson who bad no 'iei tb. lots of his lavorlle on Tanner, Vie Hose Smilh. Lonlst- Wat tlced hei Tuesday morning cleaning George Saufley was Just US yeais or cr. l.thel Uieedlove. Joe Url.iuM. IIj l.er .hoes at the bank or a small age when he died nnd few men In tin vey Umbry, William T.Uo. iv,l ,.,. .1,. r).iinlll- nlke Wed. lnt had brighter prospects tharj be (liade Ill-Uloise Uear.ley. rinmv. .... ..... . .i. . .,,! f..n. - lot or wet .pcr which she had used This paper was covered with the red ..v .vi,i,.i. mm.. frn,.i ih.. MM In the remttery and is round nowhere An Incident which occurred here on lace Urackett. Alice Rlssdl Kisli. Bal Uc In this section. Clothes which January Kth. and which was passed Icy Dawes, lllden Cooper. Vligif Kb., had left thnt n.ornlnj; to be rlean- over at the time ns or little moment, Moore, Rachel Hill. Clem Hill, John eel lv a woman in the country also Is believed by many to throw aomo n-id McKlnney. Heath Sxer.nc wen covered with this peculiar kind light on the ntfalr of Monday night Anueito Wearen. of jam! I.nte on the evening mentioned, n Grade V-IIobart Arnold, Anna V Kxamlnatlou showed many tracks ouug woman, dressed In blick and Craig. Leon Davis, Trances Unihry. oi a woman at the window of n sit- deeply veiled, drove to the cemetciy Nancy K. McKinnoy, Ada Moble), ling icxnu at the homo of Rowan Saur mid uniting an nsHhtnnt there, Hugh Anna R Powell, Belle Russell Clai lev. Slnuo the vl.lt of the veiled Voiing. Hsked hlin where tho grave cf tnco SUigleton, -oinsr, Si. tr1B tomeicrr " lew wceKs i.eorge Mauney vvaa located, and wnat Orado VI Clinton Clleman. Jesse ago, tiia the titather or the dead man w mid ho and the tsietaker of Urn Hockcr, Maurice Tucker, Joe T. Hm bad' niude itequent nlj?htl) visits to remetcry charge to take up the body bry, Hurtwell Shanks, Maisy Crimea, i li iv grove nnd Ike vvomnn desired to lr her. She said tUat shb had com Xelile Hill, Lettle McKlnuey, Jean -nilstv heieU that he was safely at u long distance and was In a hurry Paxtou. I nine beloie venturing upon her gotil- Young told her to see the caretaker.l Orado VII Maude Arnold, Prescolt I ii mission that night. Stamp Turpln. but It seemed that sho Brown, Ulla Kichenberger. Ressle, I imiu to solve tho motive for the did not go the residence nearby but Moore. James Trlbble, Ktfle Ware, iltid have io far proved'rutlle. It Is bitched her horse to the tencu and Orade VIII Mnry Shepherd Cook, l.-iiei-fd Hat once In tho clutchei of was soon afterwards seen prone on Sallle Mills Craig, Kittle Jones, Annie il.c i.isv lbc woman will confess and . pi..lu eveiylhlng. It was known that Mi a great ndmlier or the late Ins out the plko toward iaiivuie. joiiiig fcaullciy who bad represented Youn-j described her as a blonde. her In aecurlug a divorce from her about .':i or 21 years tr age. well clreBb. Inl hnsbaiid Sho was considered ed and talking at, If well educated J veiy rellgiousl) Inclined at her home, lie notified relative of the young man nnd Jiihl before leaving In hei (light who kept a watch over the grave for knelt In lira j or with her small dangh- ler who was lelt In care or Mr and Mm Jinllli. Vehlclos filled with oflccrs nnd the grave wns found to have been op- novel of St. hlmo. -rhMC aro jllst samples or letters wo jomnk Shearer at VV L- ' Hubble R,r Joi,nnv Leach sold to Green tor. was hero Tuesday shaking hands Members of the SauttCy family scour- encd this morning and the footpiliits People In the southern states havo f.re receiving every duv rrom grateRi! Bayg ho ,B g0nK t0 buy m,u ftu m,to. Uooc.' tw0 cowg aj,j culves for 7r. with tbo voters and leading deimv ed Lincoln and Boyle counties Tuos- or a woman were largely In evidence. (roiue to look upon this here of Action .paHMiis all ".j,"0,,dy.. ... .,., mobile when old grny dies, but from TU Ataccabees of Waynesburg L O crats. Mr Lafroou says that he Un clay night In nn effott lo apprehend in the wet soil In nnd out or the giuve .us historical character becau&o ho p,m;,ci, Vashed away by ). D. D. tbo looks of old gray It will bo some T M gaVo n nke cake and cofleo hU race won, but wants all his mend, tho woman. Her start before the pa- Tho attempt to rob tho grave Is be (W such a superb typo of southern r0,,mi tn-atant lolief,'' "D. I). D. Is llme iefoio nn agent will have to BUp.jer at lher t,au Saturday night to go to tbo polls on May 27th and put pers weio drawn out ns warrant for Moved to have been early In the even manliness. Edna Earl Is also consld- little short of miraculous." These nro faU on Mr nubble- There was a large crowd and ever)- one In for him, Mr. Laffoon mad' t her nriest was too fat for them to inc.. nnd the tierce barking of bull tred to represent the perfect southern ihe "ords ol others In describing the Jamtg Jonog o unlhlde bM moeit ono enloyed n good tlino. aplendld race for Htato Treasurer ir catch her, and she covered her tracks dogs owned by P.ev Rout nnd S. U woman. l"?",,,' en by "thousands' or cures, for to C. C. Gover's. Mr otls Eubank has traveled some tho last state election, and believe too well for (hem to be easily follow- Ilurdette, who live near the cemetery,! Citizens ot this cltj will havo th tul Mrs t0 bo absolutely harmless Dr- -.tickle wunts to buy a good nuldlI.. roaJg tbi winter calling on p that he will get over this tune li ed. It was early Wednesday morning may have scored off tho ghouls. Both opportunlt or seeing these attractive rii.l reliable In every ease or sklu tiou roaa mare urettv girl uear (Jreen river. has many warm friends nere who ba l.eloro (ho clow was flually discover- remarked at (he (line at tho noise personalities this week when "8t. ,,,- "r lit It i nanklu ot i.erryvllle was1 r (jeorl, aalnes sola cnt U lievc that Lincoln will be fwad la hU cd which gftvo tho direction of her tholr dogs were making about nlno o'- hlmo' plays ou engagement at the ,,or0"iJ . ( Shugars & Tnn- vlsltlus bis daughter Mrs. Walter Pet- ,j Ooortc tor ?ll ' column when the vote Is counted. WdlnK place nnd this was forced from clock. bu( neither went out to Investl opera house 1'ildav nlht Feb :i. ner w Satrday unci Sunday. tho older Smith by Hawaii Haulier, uUr Hnillli luiil thrown officers off, tho trull earlier In the evening by tell- '"R that he did not know whero she III Mini IIU lllu IIVV ntiu -...... o... lind cuiie. and that Ms two boys wcn! that sho hnd told niul lilt family that! 1 It was the mi'jesl accident that the firm view was obt.ilnod connecting Mrs. HarrUon with the affair. II was Tuesday afternoon and Rowan Bnulley stood talking wllh Jack Uout In front or V If Hlgglns' store In regard to to the nwful nf lair, discovered that morning. About the time .Mrs Har rison passed In her carriage and Jack Uout remarked "There rocs n woman to whom I sold a spade last evening." "' w,,h " '" "" r110""- . . . - - "Itched to n spring wagonstndlng '" "' d"e " neT ,he sr:,e' i,u " .. ...I lh.il lhi flinntk mini Iti IWfl rlCM.I "'" H would i,c u.eiess io h lo "!' "' " "l "orK An examination of the box and cat w ...Ks .. i.r. B..v . . "m Mowed that the outer box had irus iiiiiti ma nniru nasi in ltivi-ii .b llOL Utl'll UIK'IIVU UJ ."; h"' '" . .. ...........I i.w i(. a mm.iiu Krr.itrhen and snllntors on Us edgt-s, - - - eemed to Indicate that they were en i!n wr one of the most brilliant un attorneys In thU part or th "tvto and sorrow over hldetth waa universal the grass near Saufley'a giave, weep- lug bltterl loiter she was scan c'riv several nights but nothing mnio was seen of her nnd tho Incident had about iinshecl out or tuo minus oi aii wnenmaue ininous oy Augusia r.vans in ner pnte Rome jotm Indies had been spending tho early evening nl the homo of Mr Uout nnd as they stnrieJ homo, someone held n lnmi on the . - north to light their way down the hill, and thin mny have been tnhen Uy tho ghouls as a lantern of someone coming to Investigate nnd decided them to leave hastily. A colored man reported a large drummers wngon, with tho i ear covered, coming Into town from Danville about that hour. thief of Police II. I. t'nrter, SliorUr. V. Ij McCnrty, nccom pa tiled by De tectives Johnson, Daub and Holland of the 1 & N who happened to be here forking- on a case went to tho cemetery and mndu eaietul exiimlnn Hon of the horse au.l wagon tracks. Tho trailed 'lie wagon from tho plnie It entered the cemetery nt the west ern gate to tto point wneiu It slot rcd near the grnvo, and whero the horse, pawed up th gravel In the dilvevny In his eagerness to bo gone Iroiu the cold wind which whistles over the hill. The trail then led to the eahtnrn gale bj which the rig had i fcnown aaiiney uau uui um- lovt- uuaii ihnuwn aauiiey nuu uuc one luve uiiuu am u ,g untIcritlooa that at the lime cf his death he was engaged to marry . ... ...... ghastly game. STANFORD HONOR ROLL I'iot J irelund has annoiiueed ... ....... ,.,. the Honor Roll of the City School Carnmei. Sam Craig, Mai) Hill Oar- -uan. JmiIo Mocker. Morn Jneksoi.. Sophie Saunders. Sadie Warren, I Uiade IV-lltster Anderson. Wat Davis McHoberts, Mnry Jloore Raney, Vrmi Rout. Mayme Blngleton. hTesnman itoocrt uarier. Sophomore Harry Relnhait Senior Joseph Hopper DON'T MISS THISI Thero Is no more Interesting and Mt-clnnting character In American llt - eraturt tlan thut of St. Klmo Murray NEW OWNERS FOR CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS COL. JOE WILLIS AND COL. JOHN ROBINSON PURCHASE NOT ED SUMMER RESORT. News was received here this week that Col John Robinson, ol Ilnrrods burg. In connectlrn with Col. J. IJ. Willlri, who has o ably managel Crab Orchaid Sprlngu for so many years. I nn V..rfl.t 1...- .1... m...i nn1-m I Hi U LUIIKII. UUi KtIV ,fl lilt", linilVin , ..... . ,..uA. nnd In the future these two popular' bcea n,:,dc to hold a two days Instl gcntUmeli .will run :i Tho pilce'luto hero next Monday and Tucsdaj, paid wns not ni'ide public The Feb. 6 and 7. V. II Strange and Spring liiivf for many yearn been Jolin (J nlar jvvoi jjromlicnt ex-owin-d by a syndicate In which the . , , , m ', , ' . . Hnldemnn eftate ol Umlsvllle woi. Pets and lecturer will be here to laie hnhlei, nnd Is known as one conduct the Institute anil a nico pio ol lho beit iiimmer resorts In the gram will be arranged Miuth The new purchns-rs will uvcly famer ,n th coutlty ,8 urK. Hieml a gcMllv sum In n-nk ng son-ei . , . , , . ,. ...,.,. , ,., neoded ImprovemontH nnd will moder-! lM' 1,y l,,o State Department to come lie the hotels nijd grounds In ninny wavs It i iimlr rslond that In the deal the Keelej tights nre also pur chised and Dr Dick th physician who has beu In crnrire or this depnit merit, will remain. This will be good rew-c to many who know the doctor With the Improvement that Col Wll tla nnnta In linirfn n tntn i this Yin. I eH nnd" the ground, will be as beautl ful lid modiTii In every particular as Il Is pojMble to make them "Ma nnd l'.i ' WIIIIh a tic) are known to their hundreds of friends, enjoy about ns wide an acquaintance ns nnv other two j.eople In the country, ''ol Itoli in son one of the new oivnerx h u member of n prominent Mercer fxir.l'), and for n number or years was a prominent farmer nnd buslnes man He is well nnd farornol) known In Lincoln His daughter is the wife oi Rol'rt C. Saufley a former boy, now in Parker. Ariz. Brodhead. Tliu I a months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Dellnny Is very low with pneumonia. It. Urnvely Is hnvln; and addition built let his already large barn which iv 111 be used Tor a biiRpj ;!iI harness room. Llder Rogers or Louisville, has been called to the caro of the Chr.stiau cnurrii and will prtatli his first sei moil ns pastor Sunday. I'Ohtiii.tKti'i- John RoUbi.ij gave a splendid dinner last Sunda to qui'" a number or his friends and relatives Tho (Hb!o wag laden wbti lbc bes. aud the ,i.irtnkerg will mt so-n for get his hcipiialUy. J .Irs M : WiluiOt u.'d .'u.iehter. .MIs Mutti-" li. ve tetuini ; 'loni" ii"'t: two we-k. v h'i wall xlu,,es In I.ouiMi:t and West Poit Ind Mr ami .Mis. I. T. Cheny visited in Mt. Veinou the flist or the week. ! Miss Mary Owens of Mt. Vcinon Ihi visiting ler icmsiu MIs Mattle Ow- ens at this place. j IT..1.1. .Sutton and wlie have mov cc. io LouUvllle wheic Mr Sutton Isi switching for the Southern. CusuUr M. Hlatt of the CHizeiu I IWtO profit nnd how lo increase Rank inform, us that hit. falhei AU-n them. John G. Rial:. Hen Wearen. Hlmt or the Hlatt section has recentlvC. O. Withers. biu a telephone In.talled in his iet-' ' agMculturo bko.ild be taught In dei.ee. ".hi. is quit.- a convenience He public schools. W. H. Strange especially lor our banker tor after' ' ",f- J W. Ii eland. & Singleton ino bu.v uourbOl the day bec-an hnvc-1 A'ternoon Session 1:30 P. M, achat wllh homefnlks. Meeting called to order bv cuali- Merchant W. 11 bowdon v.ho.e le-i. mnn dence bullied u shoit time ago l-l Allnlfn and how to g.ovy II In Km r.....i.. .., I...M.1 nnmhor nt M.i.Miicky W H. Strange. John O. Blair. denre on the same site wheie the' other one fctood The stone for th. " iruuBe. i. ... i.... -. . . "-",, toundatlon I. being gotten out of tho, oi roads and how- to maintain lanmus sand stone on the lain, or O then, John O. BlaJr. W. II. Strange. ti. Painter. iJas- Mvhnle, XV. I.. Dawson. J. P Lorn nil limit v.ho has neen In the,1a"ey- gooda buslnc.s at Hlatt, till, co-nit) for a number ot yenis has sold out Jock block ami baru-l Io M.-ircrnll Smilh of Alt Vernon tnvoici! ot lho goods l being taken at this writing. Mr. Hi.ill does not kuow at preseii whether he wilt leiuain in the county or go some wheie else nnd buy .1 inrni. Dr W. P. Carter l,u. bought of Mis, h nln's 15" b.thdaV Ca!"aS Bt " f , " " I ,lu' Wood was arres ed a few day, Mniy Anderson her faim or 12S ncrea Robert Burns la., birthday. gee two pretty B,rls I warrant sworn out bv one lying just -.outh of town pa) lug J'-'.JOU L. 0. Hubble is ou the tobacco mar , LmU and wlwerc the guest irColeMrSlM SJ wUh cut lor It. Dr. Carters parents who now tet this week .Ith M. cop of lobac 0, hU rather, Mr. j0?n Yeacll, Satur. JJU Colema land. re.iue at liiatz, iy., win move io cuu fnru In a short lime. The lurm is n good one but somewhu run down but with .ome Improvement can be made onu iiiiious the best In Ibis part or the couuiy. OOCTOR PRAISES D. D. D. AHltiMiuh .in i 0 I acknowloUece F -w - ' - lo niv iiallenli ami pitrniu Mint your temed D D. D reaches oases of Ue- zemu and permanently cures them. Dr Ira T. Uiibbeit, Caldwell. Kan "My cine begin Hum tl.e fiist appli cation of D. D. D. My skin Is now ns Jtmiooth m a habvV I wouldn't take . Ihousand clollurs for what D. D D. baa dono ror mc," wrlte.s August San "-A. ,.... to, ol Chlllicothe, O FARMERS' INSTITUTE HERE NEXT WEEK INTERESTING PROGRAM TO BE AR RANGED COMMISSIONER RANKIN MAY COME. Owing to tho tact that In some man ner tho Statu Department or Agrlcul tuie overlooked Lincoln county In the holding of the County Farmer' In stltuto last fall, arrangements hav In Io these meetings tor matte,- or vital Interest to the farmers wilt be discussed, mid the most up to-dnto and scientific methods of cultivation or all ciops on the farm will bo discussed. It Is probable that Commissioner of Agriculture M C Hnnkin will run over fpr M, da' and "c .wni,t t0 ,ntet ever) larmer in Lincoln county The sessions will be held In the court house and everyone will be cor illallj wekouieil. At this meeting .1 delegate will be named from Lincoln county to the State Farmer's Institute J. V. Kbersbaker, representlrg the Ftato department of agriculture was here Thursday nn Jaurranged th fol lowing program for tho institute. Monday February 6th, 9:30 A. M., Meeting called to order by chair Blair, Director. Invocation. Rev J. U. Jones Welcome address, A. U. Florence. Rvapouse, W. H Stiange lu-lti. eletllon o'f permanent chlr m in nthl secretary. II 00, hleciion or one delegate and ono or inoie alternates to attend the stnte Institute at Mt. Sterling; also the election of crop reporters for Lin coln county Afternoon Session 1:30 P. M .Meeting calle dto order by chair man. Reclaiming worn out land by the proper use or barn manures and rota tion ot crops. John O. Iilalr, W. H Strange, C. il. Tate, I P.. Foster. Oiganizatlon or the farmers. W. II b'trange, C. K. Tate. S. M. Owens Cultivation or corn seed selection, toMliig, etc... John 0. Dlalr. A. W. Caipenler. Peler Carter. Ci.Hlv in nm of lobacoo W II. Strange, M. S. Uaughman Tuesday February 71", 9:30 A. M., -Meeting culle dto order by chair man. How to Improve the vUie.it ciop John 0 Ulair. John S. uaughman. Hieeding and development o( twine. " Strange. II. II. Crow now to heep me uoy ou u.-- '"'" r -n T . ii-nn - Committee on nrraiigemenc win Hell. Ditilc Farmer. J. P. Bailey. XV. I. McCurt). S. II. Baughraan. Hubble Jumes McWeehnle and wire leturu ed tiora Cincinnati' Saturday wherei . .. .......... .i w. George Rankin I, also taking nis crop to Danvillo this week. Klnnalrd Bourno boueL a P ' mules in Je.sanilne county, diun '-'nru thu Prl-C T. c. Runkin cumo Itouio Irom Dan- ...... .. -,. I--. .. ..i, .!... u,,nw I 'o '"T sua i- - "" v - . knov wbetuer ue was tobacco hick oi not, m tobacco ciop averaged about seven cents. seven cents. Mrs. Blackerby has come (ron, LouU vulo to keep house for her lather, Uncle Jack Yenkcy. W L Dunniigai. bouijht a milk cow Irom o. U. Sanders at la. s. ii. nan- den, bouem 0 H0W nnd pigs fioni SHORT LOCAL NEWS FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS AT T. D. NEWLAND. Nice lot nf Myers pumps at V K. Warner's the plumbor nnd tinner Stanford, Ky. 61. Farmcrn. Ruy Vulenn nnd Olbbs' Imperlnl Plow, nil kinds of eras seed, and International Stook, and I'oultrv Food, from Penco Ilro. $3 EACH. For Sale Turkey gobblers. T A. nlco S"3!' i'mii ti7i, t h. . i v .. ... Full Mock Leghorn and white Ply mouth Rook eggs for sole W. 0. Mont - gomery. Morcland. Ky. It Best companies lowest rate. In',, . , ,,.. .. . ,u , sure your property today with R. M. U 8 cxl'cctd t 'hey will meet Newland. 5-100. t again soon and soino positive action A little money goei, a long wnyn at Sam Itoblnsou'H Visit the sale Want to borrow $.1,500 secured by. murigagj! on gooa reai estate lor one to three enrs. Box 17 Stanford, Ky We have plenty of coal at the right prico. Jones Uaughman, Moreland, at. the King co.il yard. " .. 'SI' Lost Milo hog weight about Reward for return to Adolph or bert on Orucnlgnn. 7-3 lu speaking of tho article which appeared In the Parker, Arizona Post which says that J. C McClary and wire will" make Parker their home next winter, Mr McClary say a It muU certainly be a mistake as old Ken tuck) Is too good to leave. Stanford In particular. Suite, overcoats, odd pants or all kinds at and under cost during snlo Coine now, Sam Robinson. tlia Don't forget Let me build hniian fnr vnn thin Rnrlnir. I ran i please you. Will Stone., Contractor! and m in Two nice rooms for rent at my rel- dence on Logan avenue. Mrs. J. K Lynn. John Reynolds, a bridge carpenter employed on the Q. & C. was kllledl near Georgetown ewnesday. and thel Mr shugars-rnrHrbwutnitryeara o remain were brought to his homo n unmarrled and waa born anU King's Mountain and buried with '., . Ganard. Ho hail been u sut . I.. ... .Ua lltnAnn. UaIhI lininli cca ui. iuu iicoedui i uuiv vii'.mi Thursday, lleynolds was a sou oi Billy lleyuolds and leaves a wife Ke. was 33 years o fi.go and well Hhecl Dy evoryone. l.o't. black and white spotteJ dog' whltn ring nround neck. Buck spc'tR m white spots. V J Kenncy. Moie land. Kv., H. D. No. 1 3t A lull meeting of th tobacco grow n of Lincoln county Is cnlled for Sat urduv Feb. Ith at 1:30 o'clock. We vyrnt all plecge bool:-i brought In with as many signatures at possible The cut out proposition should he decided ou ror Lincoln county, at that tlm tnsct en the number of acres signed C. U. Tate. Kd Young, who wM Indicted by tho gainst cutting out the 1911 last giand jury on a charge or foipl"1"' " s "nderstood though that a inj, a tbecK on John Jlorton Vn nir okuinMi n-.it from lil-i home near High iUnd bul ttas nabbeel by Deputy Sbe- Itr P.tytclds when he camo-back King's Mountain Mlt.3 Anna Padgett returned to he.- honu iii Dixon. Tenn . alter a lilc' visit to relatives and friends here Miss Cora Sims went to Lexington I Sunt,ay , ., The. South Kentucky Sunday School Mr. Will Mason drove over fio.,1 WM heW at Ca,va Da ,,t Iincaster Satinday night to see chlirch lait 8aturdar aunday. The ta. S:ir... ,.:.Vt meeting Will bo wit, tbo Bap- i . iva jcuiea uiiu wimio UVUVUI..I. aay nigni. t, s,Xi3S03 Daisy Sims nnd Aria Leach W0M tlie guests ot Miss Mary Nash. ThuMday nIgUt m v. Andrew Johnson wtll assist the Mn Maggl0 Horton. or Kiiliank.'pastor Rcv j K noborts. or t.'ie was visIthiK Miss Ella Leach last rreacbersvlllo Methodist churbc In a k revival raeetlng thero beginning Sun- . . ..... . dav. Fob. 5th. nnd lastlntr to tbe. ISth , Mrs. JOCK raugeil 18 very w i - - - h hnit noAr waynestiuris. Mr ,olm i0Uert8 is nt homo after three iears or army inc. i-- "-, -- . .in.;."6 , MM Uaw Slnl8 ,.,,,, Misslm -taj c.a. so.acco I)al s)m3 Sunday afternoon ja welcome. irs. i0 ODonnell is with, heri rao0tcrt Wrg. Anllgln Eubank. M. ch., i .nri. nun iioen on the ,k . LINCOLN MAY HAVE I LOCALOPTIONELECTION REPORT THAT PETITION WILL BE I FILED FOR VOTE IN APRIL Lincoln mny toon go through the ... , , . . .:, .. """ "' a ,w-' PUOB ' " certain plans which, are now under jway, mature soon, a they nre expect cd ' "Io A meeting ol n number of men who favor the opening of saloons jwas held here a few days ago, but It ,s "ndcMtood that no definite action i,. , .,,, , , K. ',..,.,.,.,. ... '..., . , "' rtrnft lut tt n ha I i tints ris m aIaai inn . Hv....U.. ,U, .... Vlf.-V'IUH, I tho reason being that tho eastern sec- llntl n ft It A rnnntv "i nvt .Ariri.imlA iaKcn. as soon an those who are- i . . . . ... lenders of the "dry" forces here learn ed of the meeting of tho "wets" they also did a little meeting, and It Is un derstood that steps will be taken by them towuid a campaign to keep Lin coin in the "dry" column and keep saloons out. It has neen Just three years since Lincoln voted o.it .aloons, and undet the law this length of time Is nece sary before another election can be held to ascertain the will of the peo- pie on the question of readmitting them. There Is some talk that a pe tition will be Hied for an election li April, but nothing definite can l learned about thit. Owen W. Shugars DIE8 SUDDENLY IN INDIANA BROTHER HERE GOES TO FUNERAL. Councilman W. K. ttliugars Tuesday 'morning received a wire from Indian apolis telling him of tho sudden death ' thflfa f I.I.. h.nlhni. ftn..r. .- OUa.n.u l"wc "-"'" "'"'"" "" " """k-3 a prominent Insurance company pro- gars' three sisters, Misses Margaret. Besslo and Lillian and Mrs. J R. Itucker were with him at the time of his denth. and Councilman RhnrTar .... ,-...,,,..., to bfi wl. Ih.m nni, ,, ,h flinRrfl, ferer from stomach trouble for n nntiihi.r nf ve.ir-i hill nn nnfl h.nrl Irnnwn he wa , very bad health or ,m eat0 danger. He was widely kiiowc in the Insurance business and had sue cessfully launched a number of pros perous companies. Casey Cousty Growers' VOTE TO CUT OUT-CROP NEWS FROM MIDDLEBURC. MIcTdleburs. Feb. 2. The Casey tobacco growers at a meeting at Liberty somo ten days ago Ilu,lu'Pr " bi"n" niu uui uiiruitiv w grow tho vveod this year. There Is no preparation being made ln this vicinity for a crop and w doubt that any will bo raised here Henry Thorna, editor of the Casey County N'ews. has announced for the republican nomination for the Legis lature and wo are for him "teeth and tn nnll'V ijn wnttM ho nhln tn An .-14 0 little .harm as any republican that could be sent there Hurrah! for John llenrr. iisl cniircn nero Anr. zm. anu au. .. . . . .- . V.AA '-... 'His trial Is set for Saturday the tth. at Yosemlte. - - v: . f ' - ,7- , h. iit'v. .ifiiuiHiin in n itiiiiirr iiii-iiiii ui ' .. .. f thA iiA rvaa qii,-- Johnson. Ho has trnvcled In 30 stute. and htld li" revlvnt meetings. HU - Hou. Ruby Farroon. ot llopkln county, who Is a candidate for the democratic nomination for Stuto .Midi M fcti