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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUMK XXXVIII NO. 91)
M'CREARY SWORN IN AS
Rain Pours Down But Big Crowd
Assembles At Capitol To Sec
Finnkfort, Ky Dec. 1.1. When
Mirrouudcd by thousands uC his ad
miring fellow citizen, with uplifted
hand, ho swore to defend tnu con
slitution of Ins native; state ntul took
the oath of ofllrc ns gnxorrtfir for
tnc Kccoud lime, niter nn inltrvcn
tion nC'Ifi years, Jmnes U. Me''ronry
of Madison county, gn'iicil a dis
tinction tint t ib .probably rritlutit n
jnrjlel in Urns history of American
commonwealths. Aside from tris ,it
va luit fitting that his iiidi.uiion in
to adieu should signalize tho return
' l'cmocrucy to power in the stntc
rfler four onr of Kpith!n,nMl,,a-
Some there were in the vnt as
scmblugo gathered '" I'"" massive
nml ornate stale capitol who had
moii him ns the jouiip limn who
had defeated .loin Marshall Ilnr
lin in lH7.r,, become tlie ehief magis
trate of Kentucky ami after n
lapse of nearly twii-soore years,
1'iiin, ns the slnndnrd hearer of
Detnoerney liy practicall the smite
majority, triumph over hin political
foe mid become the governor of lui
Owiti t the inclement weather
,d tlm delay of tho life ilclogutions
from Louisville, the parade feature
was not curried out nn elaborately
oh originally pjannod. Despite all
U'ln h, postponements mid the ruin,
(he entil" city nppenred in the best
of humor and nowhere was there
grumbling or bickerings.
1'rinint and rejoicing with him in
th'i hour of hi groat triumph were
(Ion. Simon Rolivu.- lluckner, the
"Snge of (llyeii Lily," ho-e pa
lunrchnl appearance was like an
echo from the past, nml J. C W.
Iteekham, who gave way to Augus
tus K. Wlhon, wlio joined the lit
tif ex governors. Former tlnvcriny
V. (). Itradlcy was muted but re
mained at Washington.
rmuu' a sou of uptunied faces
that tilled the spacious nave of tint
new capitol, McCrcary took tlin oath
of olllco ax governor and Edward .1.
Mepennott was wom in us 1jo
lennnt fiovernor. The oaths wen;
' jiilnuiuntere.1 by Chief Juttee Hoh
son of the Court of Appeals. Aft
er the ntedictory of flnv. Willsoit,
(lov. MeCrenry delivered his inau
rromptly at the. hour arranged,
the governor's l"rty entered the
apitol with drippim: umbrellas and
were escorted to the occuml lloor
where npacert had been partitioned
off for the cuchts and oflieinls.
Mayor I(olsi;rove, of Fraukfort,
tho master of ceicmonics, introduo--.l
Kov. J. K. Zeij-liT, of tho Firt
I'resbyterian church, who delivered
jiii impressive invocation from tho
balcony tiverlookins the Lincoln
jhtatue on tho firt lloor. Tin mayor
then presented (lov. WillMiu, who
delivered hit vnledictory. After ho
Imtl ooneliided, with an eloquent
nml impressive iustroduetion. tin
popular and L'itcd M.ior thenpre
heated tho new coernor t the peo
4V. tiov. MiCrcan delivered hi
inmiunil nddrt-s, which wa- hliort
lint to the point and anvi hearty
mid conebij.ne ns-urnnce to the
jieoplc of Kentucky that ho will ux
4,'it rwry power of his administra
tion to the canyim: out of tho
pledues made to them by tho parly
M iU (ampu'u'u.
ilm. AleCrcnry held a public rer
' eeptiun in tho htate reception room
t th capitol imihediately follow
ing the iimusurnl ceremonies.
Tho now Mule oillcials received
In tJio parlors of tho Cnpitol Hotel
ithil niht from !) to 10 oelo'ek nft
tr vlil'.l' Oov- Mfrcnry opened tho
-uiauifu'riil ball with Mrs. Thomas J.
Smith, of Richmond.
t Tho I. J. i pK l "l,ko u cn'
oral deaniiiK p of its list tho first
of January. Wo simply cannot nf
ford to send, the paper to Ihoso who
will not pay for it nnd pny promt-ly.
With The Coming ol Middle Age
Thcro is n letting doing in tho pliy
(deal forces often shown in annoy
ing nnd .painful kidrioy nnd bladder
nilincnU mid urinnry irregularities
Foley Kidney Pills nre a splendid rp.
gulating and strengthening medicino
at suoh n timo. Trjr thorn Shugara
and TMr. S
The Indies of tho voluntary Sun
day school class will givo n candy
pulling on Thursday nvening of
(MiristmiiH week, l'roceeds go to n
good cntise, tlm place to lie mention
The (.'. V. II. M. held their an
nuul open session Sunday Morning
ft largo crowd was present. Tho
fVeo will offering was $'28.
W. 1). Uocker returned to Lnw
J-e R.Viitu ciiiiio up Suturdny to
bo with tho homefolks
.Mrs Hovrrly Hnndidgo imis hero
E. McConnnck is in Cincinnati
Tho I'rcsbytcriau ladies will hold
their annual bazaar Saturday, I)o
tcmher in from 10 a. m., until 10:30
p. in. Meals hervcil at nil hours.
All are cordially invited to attend
both morning nnd evening. Mu-ic
will bo plentiful. Co i mi and meel
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Herring
desire to express their thanks for
the many kiiulnos-es t-liowu them
nincc the loss of their home .
Mr. Will .McKiuuey is hiiildiug u
hisiutiful little cottago on l)out;1ns
Tlie ( W. H. M. met on Thur-ilny
ut tho residence of .Mrs. Crit Kifl
Among tho) taking part in tlicpro
gnun were; Mi-h Sadie lliiughman
Leader, Moedames J. K. Haiighmaii
ami Walter Willix, Mloils.
Mrs. Waller Vanarsdalo ban re
turned to her homo near Harrods
btirg. Mi-s Ada Alcorn is homo from n
vitit to Mrs. Hill Spalding of Lou
isville. Altfiir Wcddel ciime down from
Lexington to be with the,homefolUh
for u few days.
Cnrlttni Klkin of Lancaster was
here for a tew hours .Monday.
Mis-os l',1i.r. It. Route nml Mnr
grct McCormuck spoilt a few hours
in Moicland Tuesday.
Mis IVe-cilla Ncwheni is with
Mrs. T. W. I'ciiningtoii 'this week.
Miss I'lorence Epperson of .Mc
Kiuuey was here Thiirdiiy shop
ping. .Indue Wells of Casey was hero
Mrs. Williams nnd Childers drove
over to )auil!c AVedncsday.
The many friuiid of Mi. II. R.
Caiiinilz were hid to hear of hor
great improvement in Inst few days
It was feared tdm had contracted
pneumonia hut it proved to bo a
Mis,i Ethel and Nell Ellis of
Morehnid were here Tuesday shop
ping. Judge I'aryear, of Danville, was
heie on business Friday.
Mrs. Daniel Traylor and -Miss
Trnylor of Stanford were guests of
Mrs. W. D. Dunn last week.
Dr. Casey of Danvillo was hero
Miss Rose Yowell is home from
pleasant visit to triends at HriwI
fordsvillc. Klaiu Dry was the guost of Mr.
mid Mrs. Dinwiddle lust week.
Mrs. .Matt Sandiilge of Morelnnd
was here Satiinlny.
Miss Nancy Wure of McKinney
was her" Saturday chopping.
Ken l'ieitt of Morelnnd drove
over for n few hours Saturday.
Bayi a fashion writer tn an arti
cle on fancy blouses; "For there are
always days, oven tn summer, wlien
ne does not feel like n wlille blouse
More likely a cray rooso.
COFFEY &"c0LEMArTsELL OUT
Their many friends will regret In
learn that the local grocery llriu of
Coffoy & Coleman composed of R.
II. Coffey nnd Earl Coleman, have
sold, out their slock of gooiU to tho
Colemnn Mining Company at l'ino
nml will go out of business hero.
Until are among tho most popular
young men of Slunford nnd their
many friends will hope that this
doc not mean they will leave Stau
fortL 0. P. Merrick purchased Satur
day from deorgo R. Spilmnn 100
ucres of tho Fisher plnce, in Pooylo
months ugo. Ho gets tho Jiousc.
Mr. Spilmau sold 100 ncrcs of tho
samo farm to Col. C. R. Anderson,
Thnt portion' of tho farm o tho
IVir,villc piko goes to Col. Andcr
sou, whilo that on tho llluo Qmss
pike goes to Mr. Merrick. The prieo
paid was $150 per acre.
f KINCAID MIGHTY BUSY
I BUYING TOBACCO
Has No Connection With American
Tobacco Company And Is Pay
ing Well For Good Color
W. 1. Kincaid, tho locnl tobacco
buyer for tho Louisvillo warehouse,
has been working night nnd day
recently covering three, central Bin
tions for his people, Stanford,
Faint Lick nnd .Morelnnd, tho latter
bnving recently been milled to his
territory. Ho hns been -going" over
tho country constnntly looking at
various crops and has been paying
good prices for tho right colored
weid. lln has orders, from his house
to kctp on buying constnntly in
loii ns he enn find tobacco in tlie
right sort of thape.
The fact that the American To
bacco Company's buyers will o out
or. tho market on the, 20th, on ac
count of u reorganization tutlored
by the courts, will have no effect
iipun him, suys Mr. Kiiicuiil. I He
Imp not represented the American
Tobacco Company for over 0 years.
Some'of tho crops Mr. Kincnid
Hvurcd within tho past week and
tin prices paid for samo wcro ii"
From C. II. Woods nnd Kelly, of
Doyle. 7,000 pounds at 11 l-';
from J. A. Robinson nml Merriman
of Hoyle, 111,000 pounds at Vli :
I nun ,1, A. RohiiiMiu 0,000 poi.nils
nt 10c; lrom C. II. Woods & .s hi,
of Doyle, .1,000 pounds ut Vic, from
J:ick Itoiizlcy. of Lincoln, ''.IMK
pounds n 1 (lew from L. I'. Nuui'el
luy and Long, ol Lincoln. H.iliN
pomiils ut 10c; from R. L. A"inM
nml Mire, of Gari.ud, 5,(100 poui.iK
tit 0c; fiom It. L. Aimild mid I' 'ar
son (I.oil'l pmiuils at 'ic; froii .1 T.
Tiiks mid Siott I OIK) pom.ilx at
1'J-; from .1. T. iliiks ami I irccl'i
(1,01111 pounds ut l.'i . from .'. S,
St.inc '.1,1100 pounK at I'-V; Hull, .1.
1 L'icks .',000 pi.uiiiU at le.
PROMINENT PHYSICIANS FAIL
IN KIDNEY TROUBLE A
i WOMAN'S GOOD
I icirnrtl Dr. Kilmers Swamp Root
as tlm best medicine or kidney mid
liliidd'T trouhlos 1 have ever lnksn
mid 1 will iilunv- lci'ommeiid it to
all that nre ufl'Iicted with bladder
or kidney tumble. For eleven months
I wns afflicted with kidney and
bladder trouble in violent form. The
symptoms in my cn-e were fearful.
During nil this time I was being
treated by the best and foremost
doctors of the country, all of them
fulling to ufford me the slightest le
licf and 1 continued to grow worso
nil thu timo mid while I had utmost
confidence in their treatment it seem
cd that thu time had come in my
case when V must try other reme
dies, couscipteiilly 1 resorted to the
Use of Swamp Root nnd before 1
had taken three small bottles, every
pain nml symptom had completely
disappeared. For any form of kid
ney trouble, Dr. Kilmer's- Sttiimp
root is the medi'-ino to use. I liuvo
never known it to fail in a siplc case
Very Trulv Yours
L. M. HUNTER,
R. F. 1).. No. 1 Morton, Miss.,
Stnto of Mississippi, Scott Coun
Personally nppenred before me
the uiulersiuncil member of Hoard
said County nnd slate tho wliin
of Hoard of Supervisors in nnd for
named L. Mi Hunter, who after be
ing duly sworn states, that tho fore
going testimonials is composed tit
his own wonjs, written, with hin
own hum! and tho samo is abso
lutely two nnd genuine.
J. fi. RISIIER M. H. R..
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghampton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do
Send to Dr. Kilmer S: On., lling
Immpton, X. Y., for a sample bottle
It will cmivineo anyone. You will
also lociive. n booklet of vnlunbtp
information, felling all about tho
kitlnc mid bluddv When writing
he sure mid inntion tho Stanford
Scmi-Yeikly Interior Journal. 'Regu
lar .10 tent nnd oiw dollar sio hot
ties or salo at nil dru tlm-a.
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS.
, Tonic in uctiou. quick rr-ults.
Will euro uii nso of kiibt v or blad
der disorder not beyond tho reach of
medicine. No ncod to say more.
Sbngars and Tanner.
rOUNTY. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY,
LINCOLN HORSE SELts HIGH
Tio hmulsoino buy gelding by
Smith Ihiiighinim's great horse,
Ocorgo llur, which Joo Chancellor
iibout n year agi sold to S. T. Har
bison, of Lexington, for $350, has
just brought $1,400 under tho hum
mer in tho enst. Tho llrecdcrs, fln
retto said of sales: "Tho toppriceof
thu salo wan jinid by I). R. llannn,
of Cleveland, who purchased tho
magnificent chestnut gelding, Silent
Knight for $1,400. This hor-c
stands nearly 1G hands nnd is oti;
oi the most perfect types of :i
heavy weight currior ever seen in
this city, nnd it is mora than prob
able Unit ho will appear in the
show-ring next season where he
should win muuy high honors."
Oscar Manuel nnd Dock Dowen
wlio have been in Illinois for tho
last six or eight months, surprised
their parents by coming in nml tak
ing dinner with them on Thanksgiv
ing. Moving seems to ho all tho go in
this section. Andy Adams has inov
cd to tho farm ho "bought from
Joo Lawaon, whilo Mr. Lawsou mov
ed to tho plneo he bought from Mrs.
Colemnn. Floyd Morgan moved back
to his form vacated7 by Robert
Pot my nnd Pctrcy moved to Frank
Holcmau's house. Several others
arc niiticipatiug moving in tho near
future. J. A. Tucker hns moved to
his huudsomc now rcnidcucc that he
has elected on tho farm that he
bought from his father .Air. W. T.
Col. J. P. Chandler bought two
hens that weighed 4 l-'J pounds n
piece and snitl he wits going to kill
and cat them on Tlinnlcsgiving, and
ns the Col. is a lAichchir nnd docs
his own cooking mid eating, wo are
lnaiie to wonder how ninny hens
ho could hnvo cnten, if ho could
liuvo had a handsome helpmate to
have prepared them or him.
.Mrs. White, tho mother of Edd
White.'tlecenseil has gone to live with
W. T. Whilo nt Otteiiheini and in
all probabilities will make that her
Miss Clodie Kith!, who has been
left in a crippled condition' cnused
by typhoid fever is gradually getting
It seems by tho number of porkers
thnt Imvo been butchered in this
section this fall there won't be much
meat sold by. merchants next sum
Mrs. W. P. Stevenson wns called
to Campliellsvillo Thursday on ac
count of tho serious illness of her
daughter Mrs. Will Ilobson.
Marion Fields nnd sister. Miss
Pearl, spent Thanksgiving in llurn
side, ns the guests of Miss Ida Kel
boy. W. T. Stephens!! enmc in Satur
day to spend n'few days with tlie
MUs Orneo Roberts hns returned
from mi c-xlendcd visit to friends
nml relatives in Somerset.
George Ilnil shipped n enr load
of fine corn last week.
Lloyd Mnson, of Paris, spent
Snliirday nnd Sunday with friends
This is the verdict of R. J. Howell,
Tracy, 0., who bought Foley's Hon
ey and Tnr Compound, for his wife.
"Her case was the worst I have
over scon nnd looked like n suro case
of consumption Her lungs wero
soro ond falio coughed almost inces
santly and her voico was liourso and
weak. Foley's Honey mid Tar Com
pound brought relief at ouco nnd
less than troo bottles cfefcted n
complete cure." Shugars nnd Tun
ner. An o.xnminatinn for appointment
to tho Slate Normal School nt
Richmond, K will bo held in my
nluVo Dec '19th, 1011. 0. Single
ton, Supt. 09tf
Just before ho went out of Ofllcc
flow WiHsou appointed Robert II,
V'inn, of Mt. Sterling, n leading law-,
jor nnd chairman of tho republican
stale committee, ns Judge of tho
Court of Appeals to fill the vacnney
caused by Judge O'Rear's resignation
DEf KMRLR 13, 1011,
H. C. ANDERSON BUYS
MRS. COOK'S RESIDENCE.
Handsome Home Changes Hands
And Present Owner May Go
South To Reside.
A deal was consummated this
vrcck by which II. C. Anderson purchases-
tho handsome rcsidenco o
Mrs. Lelia 'Cook of East Main
btrcet. Whilo tho prico was not
mndo public it is understood thnt it
was close to $0,000, as this is one of
tiic most dcsirablo homes in tho city
being modernly built with up-to-tlJto
conveniences, ;nnd nttracivo
premises. Thcro nro almost two
acres of ground in tho property.
Her mnny friends will regret to
know thnt .Mrs. Cook contemplates
going south to mnko her home, so
as to. ho with her daughter, Mrs.
John If. Shanks.
Mr. Anderson ohtnins possession
of his new home tho first of the
Report of Condition of
THE STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
of Stanford, Kentucky,
doing biiiness nt Stanford, Lincoln
county, Kentucky, nt tho close of
business on the oth day of Decem
ber, J Oil.
Loans & discounts $0S,812.10
Due from banks 40,'J04.'J3
Actual cnMi on hand... 0,7S4.17
Uneoiired 2,tn0. ' 4,S11..')0
Current expenses mid taxes
R-nl estate, fur & fix 4,000.00
Capital stock paid in in
cash f 30,000.00
Surplus & und'tled profits 4,008.'JO
Total deposits .f73,40t).13
Total .'. .n29,.VJ7.3:i
1, M. It. Salin, Cashier of tho
above mimed hank, do soU'innly
swear that the above statement U
true to the best of my knowledge
ami lx'liei. M. It. Salin, Cashier.
Subscribed and htvorii to before
:u. by M. 11, Salin. this 14th day of
December, 1011. W. A. Carson, No
! Correct Attest : W. L. MeCarty,
L. R. Hughes G. L. Penny, Directors
PUBLIC SALE OF
" -SUBURBAN PROPERTY
Hy nujhority of Judge L. L. Walk
er executor of tho will of T. H.
Wulker, deceased wo will sell to tho
highest bidder at tho conrt house on
Monday, December 25th, 1911,
at 10 o'clock A. M., 203 ncres of
laud, with i largo barn, belonging
to the snid decedent's estnte, ndjoin
ing tho city of Lancaster, Kentucky,
and being n highly fertile nnd desir
nlilo tract of land fronting on Rich
mond street, near a concrete wulk,
with beautiful building sites, near
one of the best graded schools in
We will first offer about 133 acres
fronting on Richmond street; then
iibout 33 ncres on tho enst of the
farm; then npproximately 70 ncres
with building site nceessiblo to n
road loading from tho Richmond
pike. If desired, the front on snid
street will bo divided liv n lino run
ning nearly north, dividing tho land
into two parts of about 80 nnd 123
ncres, which will nlso ho offered
separately. After offering tho tracts
mentioned, the entire boundary of
205 ncrcs will bo offered ns n whole,
nnd tlm hid or bids realizing tho
most money, will ho nccepted. Wo
will show tho property nnd givo
any information desired.
Terms Tho snlo will bo mndo for
one-third pnyablo January 1, 1012,
when deed will be made nnd pos
session given. Tho remainder pny
nblo in ond' and two year with six
per cent interest, n lien being re
tained on the Inn for payment.
Hughes & Swlnrbroad,
LnncnRttr, Dec. 13, 1011. 092t
Ovring to the heavy rain, Fred
Hraunsweig postponed his snlo until
next Tuesday, Dec. 19, when it will
bo held, rain or shine, beginnnlng
promptly at 9 o'clock.
J. W. Winfrey has moved the tele
phono' exchnngo to tho small store
room in front of tho W. T. Miller
blacksmith shop and operator F. L.
Jones hns quite a cozy office.
Tnpscolt nnd Fredrick contrac
tors arc just commplcting a neat
dvtcHing of the bungiilow style, for
C. C. Rogers nt Yoscmitc. It will
bo the prettiest house in that town
Contracts for carrying the mails
over the different routes in this
county will bo let in n few weeks,
and bidding is quite lively just now.
The route from Dunnvillc to McKin
noy is n hard one, especially in win
ter hut there nre several hnnkering
after it, and nro snid to bo bidding
low in order to land tho job.
Mr. and Mrs. McD. Foglo visited
relatives ut Hogle this county Sat
urday. Miss Oda Hansford of Boylo
spent several days of last week with
her grandfather .Mr. William Dans
ford. .Mrs. W. T. Miller remains
quite ill, with but little or no change
for the better.
At a business meeting of the Bap
tist church here Saturday Rev. C. T.
Clnunch was called to the pastorate
for another year. The church has
prospered under the earnest efforts
of Dro. Clnunch and the members
felt they could not afford to give
Mrs. H. C. McWhortcr had her
arm broken while papering n room
at her home hero Saturday morning
Sho was standing on a box which
turned throwing her toflic floor ns
nbovo stated. Dr. C. B. Creech ec
piaced tho broken member nnd sho
is getting along nicely.
A strnnge dog showing signs of
hydrophobia was at Yosemite Sat
urday and bit sevcrnt dogs before
he wns made to bite tho dust. Bunt
Davenport got in his work on him
nnd put nn end to his wild career.
If the next legislature would do
n little legislating on tho question
of soft drink stands, the good peo
ple of fhe land would rie up and
call the members thereof blessed.
These stands ns far ns wo have been
aide to observe arc a riiensmice when
ever they nro run. In fact they, ns
a rule nro little less than open sa
loons, and bring about fully ns much
trouble. It' is hoped that tho legis
lators will tnko tho matter up nnd
placo tho licenso so high that every
little hnplet in tho land can not
nffortl to have these pests.
Beneath the Table.
George "Didn't you notice that' I
pressed your foot at the dinner to
night?" Maate "Why, It wasn't my
foot 'you pressed! Ob, George, I won
dered why mamma was smiling so
swoetly at the minister!" Michigan
AN ALARM AT NIGHT
That strikes terror to tho entire
household is tho loud, hoarsu und
metallic cough of croup. Ho mis
taking it, mid fortuuuto then tho
the Jucky parents who keep Foley's
llont-y nnd Tnr Compound on bond.
II. W. Casclman, Canton, N. Y.,
suys: "It is worth its weight in
gold. Our little children are trou
bled with croup nnd honrseness, nnd
nil wo givo them is Foley's Honoy
nnd Tnr Compound. I nlwayj havo
a bottlo of it in tho house. Hfiugars
Tho barn of Joo C. S. Blackburn
on his fnrm in Woodford county,
was dnmaged by .firo early in tho
week, tho flames haviug.be.en start
ed by n charcoal heater u a buggy.
A TEXAS WONDER.
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, removing grav
el, euros dtubdes, weak and luine
'jneks, rheumatism, nnd till irregu
larities of tho kidneys mid bladder
in both men mid women. Regulates
bladder troubles in hildrcn. If not
uld by your druggist, will bo sent
ay mail on receipt of $1 : Ono small
bottlo is two'months' treatment, nnd
Seldom fails to perfect n cure. Send
f r testimonials from Kentucky und
other btutes. Dr. K. V. Halt. 2920
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., Sold by
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
"KING" OF OPERATORS
GOES UP FOR 60 DAYS
Judge Mencfec Slaps Stiff Fine To
Charley Baughman Who Wants
To Join the Exile Colony
Charley Imughmnii, a well known
locnl negro, whom Judgo Mcncfeo
clinmctcrizcs ns tho King of tho
Blind Tiger Operators of Stanford,
is now- behind the bnrs of the jail
to serve out a CO day sentence for
selling a pint of booze. Ho wns
assessed that sum in tho Policff
Court this week, when a mnn named
Lusk testified thnt ho had bought
tho whisky from Baughman. Judgo
Mcnefce, who is determined, that
this practice shall be brought to n
close in Stanford if a severe enough
punishment enn bo found for the
offenders, refused to permit tho
negro to leave town mid thus cs
capo tho imprisonment, although
mnny good citizens, who nro sin
cerely npproving the fidelity of
Juilii! M'"iefeo to his duty in theo
enses, would have been glntl if ho
had done so in this case. These
are several well known characters
of Stanford who nro in exile else
where just now with warrants hang
ing over their heads nnd long jail
torms staring them in tho fnces if
thoy return, nml Bnughinnn wns
undoubtedly nnxious to join some
of his friends nnd keep from hav
ing to spend tho busy Christmas
season behind tho bars. Mnny wero
surprised thnt this enterprising
young man was not able to pay
himself out of this scrape for ha.
fs undeniably tho best dressed ne
gro in Stanford and most of tho
time wears much better clothes than
tho average white man can afford.
He has hitherto generally rcnchcil
in his flank nnd come out with n
comfortable roll of bills and settled
such nnnoying things r.s police
court fiiles on the numerous occa
sions ho hns run afoul of, Judgo
Good Idea In Belgium.
At Urussels a central library, con
sisting at the' outsot of 10.000 vol
umes. Is to be created, awl any In
habitant of nny part of Belgium who
owns a poBtofllce havings bank book
will bo entitled o borrow from tt and
receive by mail any book for a tort
oieht. HOLIDAY FARES
Low round trip rates via Queen
i Crescent route. Excursion tick
ets will ho sold December 13, 10, 17,
20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 23, 30 and 31,
1911 mid January 1st, 1912. Final
limit to return, January 8, 1912.
Ask your. ticket ngent for particu
lars. W. A. Becklor, G. P. A., Cin
cinnati, O. 09--td
Services nt tho Presbyterian
church Sunday. Morning subject:
"The Fullness of Time," '
Waa Misunderstood. "
A. Russian, who, althMigh bo has
been seme time In Paris,1 knows little
or nothing of the French languige,
has just been sentrnced to a lonth's
Imprisonment for having assaulted
a polceman. He had also been ac
cused of having Insulted the agent of
the law, but he was acquitted on that
count after an explanation from his
counsel that the word which tho po
liceman regarded an objectionable was
also a Russian word, and perfectly
The Lincoln County Mcdicnl So
ciety met Tuesday gint elected the
following oficers for 1912: President
Dr. W. B. O'Bnnuon, Vice President
Dr. W. N. Crnig, Seo mid Trcus Dr.
M. M. Phillips, Delegate Dr. T. H.
Singleton, Alternate Delegate Dr. J.
A. Harman Bonrd of Censors, Drs.
Brown, Lnswcll, Jones nnd Childors.
Be sure to remember the lecture
Saturdny oveniig 7:30 at tho court
house' in Stnnford. Ttev. II. C. Gar
rison, called tho greatest preachpr
in America by Bishop Qullowny, will
entertain nnd instruct you with his
trip around tho world. 'What ho
saw antt heard, and how it impress
ed him will bo told in n way thnt
will impress you until yon fcol that'
you wero his companion. Do not
miss tho ilute December 10th. Tick
ets nn sale ut tho New Stunford
Dnig.Storo Price 25 cents for ndults
15 cents for children under twelve