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The Stanford interior journal: January 17, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911011701_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: January 17, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mr VOLUME XXXVIII. The Stanford Interior Journal. NO. 4. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY JANUARY 17, 1011 II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE 1INC0LN VOTES TO To Grand Jury MISS ALLEN IS HELD FOR MUR. DER OF HER MOTHER. TRIPLE LYNCHING AT SHELBYYILLEl THREE ! BIRTHS AND DEATHS MUST BE REPORTED THREE FORGERS PUT BEHIND THE BARS MRS. Passes to Reward. J. E. PORTMAN CROSSES RIVER ON FRIDAY. SUIT TO DISPOSE OF OLD COLLEGE tUl UU1 LKUl OF j i FILED LAST WEEK BY TRUSTEES PASSED HERE OF STATE MEDICAL BOGUS CHECKS OF PRESIDENT VICTIMS NEGROES HISTORY PF ONCE FAM AND IN LANCASTER DY SOCIETY CALLS ATTENTION Now loinoM fnim Case) After n linRutlni; llluc the cplrlt MOD SUNDAY TWO HAD INBURLEY DISTRICT ENTHU8 OUS. ., THREE NEGROES. TO NEW LAW ON SUB- lamella Allen, who rnusul thai Ml td .Mr. MnrRarct t'ortman, wife of SULTED WHITE WOMEN IASTIC MEETING. Mm Jaine t lift death of he? mother. to the oilier Jim PiirlNum. nniHeil The triiKlee of the rolleR filed Colored rprgKN hao been at work.'Bllnrt early Krl.lay Allen there last week nt (Tiilr homo Ky, Jan. 1. Klfty KiuMuylllt, mornlnR. She wn ult III Hip Circuit Cout last week to Ijiw be- - In HiIh section with In the pnt wepk1 The new Vital Slntltlc nrresteu inanked nii-- Huuday ninrnlnc tnrmiid Lincoln tobatco grower went on re near Rolling Fork Iiiim Minoiinikd by hot loved onet when dhposlton'to' inako of f( for tin cutting out or the crop mxl was brought Into Liberty luttt the Shilb (ounty Jail here iiml fflt-ti- l c.,0,,,0 opora.ho will, the a.Uen, of and a a coeaueniP of their opera J,,,,, IJ""1 ?3a,n...Hl," whlch im ??. pro.?" . M Year. For the flrt time In Hon three of them nr now RUMtH .. held ai vieck for t'tiin )cnr nt a uias trial TlirmiRli . ,.foPlBB ti, and lnrliptl. thrpp tiPRrop. two tho HMory of lfencky there w... be cf Col. Dink Farmer. Unco.n county'.,. SMonjc her altnrne) LlRe Mooro she waived ,. the Saturdii) tin tourtltousi ot whom wire rharKod with InuildiiR u a jailer, behind the bar here. nnd examination and wa hold to await white women and the third lentpnccd .entered under the form of la speeches were mnilo by McCnrty ,ook a lmlr S,,orlff w- crop cairled th, action of tho grnnd Jury.umlci lo hang for the murder of a noyro ,,u,,,"n b lnK' the vote to out on. tho have the ympalhy or ever)o..e l ' BB,"f"T.? !J-1. For the purpose ol tarrylnr. out r them Into u.Htody Saturday by the , , The wiMilan, and hold uwaltlnR III day of bond which hIiu eall) gavp. with vim ... ., ....... ... t jinn miui vu mu.wii ia Hip nil Hipp hao nnino of Ilonico Wither and (IporRi ...v., the provision of to prehlde jmitiR woman seem to have tho n m- M Owen wiih S. wa 11 natural musician, In addition school on the hill" wa lncoriornted (( lltloii to be limned. They are charRod with1 over the meeting anil Clarence 14. path)' of tin- - tonimiiiilty ot tin unfor- - 'I'lm iKidle of two of llio litRrtH1, bet n apolntedner tin entire Htatu Mcltoberl. her attractive peisonallly ,y the legislature to thl i'i, 17Ui lawnl Hei;Utrar whoo duty It will forRhiK a check for V bearliiR the ot tho eonfurenrp m Lex- - innate affair Tate told drew iiiouud her a large rlnlo of dene Mitmhall and Wndf I'litteixm, ncorprators being Nathan Ilu be to forward the report of birth name of Ml Annie Hood, of Hip llub-- i olc Imimitfoldetl to have tho iouiUiph been ftHind That of tin third I I)Rnn. Klchnrd. OBlnn, friend. ton. Ilucli I. In dpattiH lo the Statu ofllre. f nWrtlinrl o w. mm la afilfl Avllitn ror illliMiRh ingtou the week before when It wn he and ktlll iiiiattounted n"",H" ' "" """ cl rm"y' W" l,;",u"on B , ' .. .)onman ,H TlioHlnta Hoard of Health will learn , ,)0 . Lancaster ' Oiorgi on a nil out of tin irop In helping, lam Owey, Samuel Moore. Jonathan and tin h.'cii with the moli with n rop . "- l)..rlnR her .lines her aweel Foibe. ami Join. .Tames, Carter wanted to Know vih.it would be i.boui hi neik Tho third neitro wa w.i coir,- (,i .MpAkm. it to Lnv'e had IM uno N H I'rh". hoIiI Jim Went " Att'tirilliiK to liniPHt Horn ot the Btnle nro infecltsl alone when- th liiniliniii niiPiiuy nnu 'M "" ', "V Hip moli nppeurpo mun.cblP and prcvrntnlde d.Pae m"' l" appropriated to o t he ' the p ' contract with tli" tenant, hut the in Knout to v. L. Uivvmhi nt i w bark, ilvpntvat Jailer. o'clock Sundae nil nnd other county , " t. the death rate ls "u ,, ut Hip Jail and be able .0 low.-general oiiinlon hwiiih lo Im that few tents per pound, ' iniiriiliiR and It wan :: 'l' o'clotk prea of -n, the wnK Mlc .Mnrthii and IIpIpii Hill en- - win they took the Hirco ncRroe uu. li nllllel Inn,.. would lnsl.it on tin- contract lomint . . .. .... .... ,. ... ... ..... Club thl away, piiIiik H other In Hip ua mitho Lmbroldpr) ',,..., inuru ... .... niiuu--B- i 111 nutii iijiiiuKy anil hoon uuerwariih tun .iiiiiiuriuen ,111111. m. .1. ..1. ........ to raise tobacco, owing to the low in ii" rniu hip.. jiruieeu ui . nnllrie.l tint ,t wnn .fnrerrv unlawful to Dnrj HC U .... . .. . .... now owncu. to taken and Tuesiln) nfti'riioon in honor of tliplr lt II fioin which the tnreii were tnken price, whiih would ham . ewcpi cpar.uion irom oveu, ,anu hip lot on mo nui, were Thp two "....." irmit u. round nbout IkmIIph recoverptJ apart l....lMl.h..,it.. ...il-..- ,, wbiel. ,, " "." .." " nllu tho Intl.- - pmflt that could Im. expect- - attractive vlltor Ml ". ." .? .' ?.. " oue- - beri . and much Joy in tho b Mi. J. N. Meneree. wn purchased tiuarttiT of ft inll une Dulntv Ine P " .Ml. Man, tenant signed lh Mil out Hrli-- ol laiwrone. served. I'lint ot MarHhall wn found luinulm; tlfln,!.. or death Li i.reei,ted by tho of ,lu a"" " "" orcctcd llierron. w hick ' ll,lal rci(;a h"'S"- t,f reirhnientii were Kmlnen.j pik", " ""'" frumy .,, pledge which were distributed .Mier v,vu,.r Norman and Miss l.ttn Cull- - lo Hip IlirldR" over the wa found In ..., one. wno hn found her re- - wa Stanford main seat of learninR ... ,"H Bau l" r w lillo Hat ol riittcron -- ,,ndfa ',"" " ward iu the city or Hod. Hho ha for both exe Trom Umo whercor the MtCart'r tho meciitu and many believe Hit Hie vo k)Hi of Hip I'nlnt Llek wttlon t'lear cret k I'aHerion, It tit ald. tblts the lioird1 lo locate Ibe eld- . ..,Iira(tter at mldnlghl Saturday, and . , . . lianlly were uultpd In marriage at tlt- - 1'iph ittti'Mptcd lo rlffllf nnrt rln,Kiu.u of Illnn rlinn(1. not to the alind wn ithut 11. inu'M :inu. iiv Met I becoming so strong that refill. moult .ih 10 nun limiii'ltt him riviT In tall. C llrowi Dt-rl. . ... . . paMontiRo ll.n . . ..- '' and IiIh body thrown Into the creek ntliiiPtii or tho lotino- on th miiI. ne sleep wen auer in. toiurary to 1110 ueKi.imiiK 01 ,..our.i " ur anil prtatl of tllheae. .. . Horn-bu- t nl. prevent l.le n'tmnnclim th rurpinony . ... Airortltni; lo Deputy Jailer Hip uciil win up Krown "alumni"-aracattered nil a pound of times. It MrH j, y tl nlll .""onHlct The pi dan I n quired to rejiort Hdward Thoniiwoti hid .dary Walkt'r I'rlco t'liaptiT or Mm tup k.. Ilallcl when Hie mob" appear all birth wlUi.n ten da) to the Local Johnson of rlHchmond, wrlch, now- in thin lounty tliln I'oitman was .... jtaw of .w. over tho world, and nothing is mon Jul key on Thtirndny Jim I'Jtti nt til and Intel whrl thp mob tt?aioo ever I believed to bo an assumed the daughter ot tho late Judge V. It. Interesting than to hear them tell ! H t'olpr ot tin' Kal Knil II. I. IteijlKtrar who forward them to the name, paed two checks to the Carson, nnd a member of ono of tho or the good tlaj of Charley IJanve HomUeck let tho nirp MS- -d a noie ,,n,URht to ,.,.. phiKicl.ui I In at Statu oil Ice. If ho Into tbi Jail oIIIcp amount of l.'.f.O and it on Cummins m'oAt prominent families In this pait and other who, when they could not Krowpm of ,omttr, ui tlm -,.rlip by moil tho A: teiiitunce, It becoiuet. tbt duty Tluiv nld there weie three week The check or the state. She married J. K. Port-ma- n drive Idea Into Hie head of joung-slerWeareu pIpiIrIiir Ixty wan aotKt for ,MIh huc rtt.it mi'tion ol tliu tount tiero they were-- iIiir to uet 01 tmrcnt such of the child to Ulh on Tlninttlay nftprniKir.t blow tip the Jall.'fllornbark said. borp the .signature of A I Spoona-mor" challnK drive them elsewhere. not to rou- any tobacco. ,nu, and to this union four children n,.n. ptiet ot honor-i"Thy kept 'll'lliK for the dtm IVtllt. following nie He name ot concluded but were soon discovered to were born. Carroll and Wlnfred Tort-waThe community rtstdlns art follow. MIhjipi. Sup. Kawnli Tin' mite while tomp ol Hip mob starti'd nna Tho forger locked up. laMOU Wp, Iiii undPrlRnfd tubacco Rrow- - j,,r r,i ut. siu-lb.Miss Mary Portinan and Mra. that It would be better to educate the with a the Lincoln coun- be forgeries and the cnl Hcgisttar for ......... .. ... Vn. nml i.lll; II....I.. ..uu fuu lf.flt.. ..... . to beat on the cell lock men hnd . 1&6 ..- tho Stan "I bout 12 uiin hIpUrp hamiaei. M. Of IDP LI.IU IJICIiaril mmihii ..I Clvde Anderson, ot Chicago. Sip Is nexes separately, and In ty and the teintory each hit biun vim i united l'i ninrrlaRP by Hip H ip their Kim pointed .at me. dninnilliic Report of Ihe condition of tho also sun'ivcrt by two Iatcr. Mrs. A. font Female College was chartered. MikoIii county horcby imk that thr list mlnl-tc- r. IttM. O. Hush. The atlncd. I did no' I II. ,t'rllil, itl tnr 'j., J(.ur '0, rtauRhtt-- r of thp keys, but lnlHtPtl ct Carson, voting liill tobaito urop ! cut out and hi-I'. Stag,:, ot Lexington. Mr. Milie.tlie Incorporator being Thomas Mi. W.llliuu thev broke thpv'rj-First National Bank, i 1) Colycr to ho otpMr und Mr V T Nim-- of hv auttiortif V and took t'i Went Stnnfnrtlt No. I, .', and "A, and Warren or Middlesboro, and C. C.( Montgomery. Jas. A. HarTl. James thn cpII door-opeol lanilull mid I'atterxt.n . a nll.-n- t Iho Rro-m-i Horace, S. Wither. Joseph How land No. 4, address Stanford. National Hank, Stanford, Ky., at Carson, and Jas. T. Carson, ot for u at the niPitlnK In Stanford tlin Humu Kirt of tlm county .McAlister, Thomas W. Vornon, Henry I' ittcrtiki. It wa cluirRPd 1n,ulted January, l'.Ml: Hip tlth tin) ot Ml Kate Hl.iln. voting prpelnu Stanlord In the State of Kentucky at rInnall a raldn ronsiiniiil b two white wobipii durliiR the liollilny n.'t'io fir, .OII j,pot ArtPt bi'.miRlni; to thp i.nd knocked both of lliem dnwif Hutonvlle So. I and 2, Huston- - the done ot buHlne. January 8th t. K l"arri. V (!. Nuplcr. i5. Alter short service conducted by.T- - Karris, Jno. M. Held W. II. " HurRlii, Ua .M llnpppr rv .NPiiut a 10.01 Wert's nlleRtd ertim wa more ivrciit vllle I If p. S J Tatni. It'll. Jo, llallou. assisted by llov. J., son,W.Jno. C. Cooper,ot John might, and i1 ' wonnn nud two fjilltLrpn wero nnud It I whom avo the Alcorn, all ald he hud often been (Us. i . Condor, M Dvi Ipu RESOURCES: Cooch, voting MU AIIi-J. Dickev nnd Kev. D. M. Walker, thy f mppatva (.pen throw ln u iUnp (j thp hm at white wou-e- McKlnney and TurnerMllle, McKln- ? ..iy.-.,it-fi 10 ..-,'..- ., and discount i.uh Ulri. J. ,lHt M)MJ, ()l .lame wore tau to their final' rest- - last two, have gone to tneir reward ipiiKf. Hirin. f ono of j,, Pmhinp lie win' a chaifeur. Marshall Tho Legislature allowed the "Hill uu- Wnlllti, i,ii .way uutli wu thImIih' n inn OverdrafU- ecured and il. (luimt, yl. IUirpih. Walter eiiu-nctlug placo in beautiful Hulfalo to nans for behpadlur; Ticy. School" to pay a much a $4,000 of it pcured '"' tlilldrcn badly litirnttl, but not iiPRrn woman moie than a 'ar'npo. Mi. Afc.i H. Morgan, voting precinct 2:.ter.. Saturday altornoon. ai ', K ',.ivrklna. K tJrlttln. W. T. Ilovtr tlilldtpn wtrpcnuRht In bomp mannoi endowment to that or the Female ColI Jaiu.-h- . '1, Wnjnt Dillk Ha S. bond to secure Waj nesburg Sox. and r. OIIIp l5al.Pi. I'.iorRi. ,))in)c hr t lege and nlso allowed the city or Stan V T fnam, (jreMiiy HourlnR Mill wn at .io.uw ot latlou burg rteport cf condition of Kpr, J. il. t'oium. Hurtls livor. Preachersrille. ford to make a large Hubscrlptlon. (inlH- - A. Walter, voting from dimructlon. vti pie- - Other iKind to secuie t . s. I Collier, It. (' Colyer, K. liotik. It. balai.ee of the endow menr raU- 2,713 00 Lincoln CoUntV National Bank Tt immiriii I,, uokc 01 J I .j. .....i tlnci Highland and King' Mountain. -i i iw,.ll.n. J.u. Hal. ... v A T r It OKlk of nt MlGOO 00 by private subscription. J uliox.i'd uh miiho Address Klng't. Mouuuln. Mr J. H Premium on C S. Bonds... fr AnUPntllll. nmivi S liok .it 7 cont: ot 'I A Klkln '.'( ltf. ll.llx One The Lincoln County Nation-i- l Hank at though thcro was alwajs a large debt 'I ho. 1 it) old biH)lm I'lii- titliti tln Mr. John ?almUtnn, votlr.fr precinct Hanking house, furniture ( t T iPitt i W. H I).'nnj I hog nt t" M.irpp. Itobert Clark. f 6,7.12 01 Stanford. In the statu of Kentucky, at ovxi the College jiropertv nnd fixtures Jim llnv It. hogs nt 7 ha thp Insfrlliliiin ou Hut 11 Ciab Oicluinl No. I and 2. Addre I vnp Wood I'etor. V Liim -- dam. 7 M Kltt Crab On hard 1,07'.' 22 the tlose or business January 7, 1'JII. Thl was a nourishing Institution tin- tPUl"; Aletk IKl.ll 12 hog at 7 t I uliUh xbitpo Hint iHMik w.i "... Other real estate owned la.gan. Hn)p . I. ! Hie. IC. II MpWtanill l0 biw .,...,.. i.r iii.nniiiL' iiriiif ir..ii 01 inibi ... - .....r.. )( ... .. . . tl the establishment of Ihe (irnded Iniu from National bank Yet j respt. tu-- t IwiuiMiti. T r. laiut., .i.tiiup i.u- (ll 7 ... III pniitt 17 liogw at , RESOURCES ., i l .. . IU, (not agent) . ...2,SS" 12 Loans and discount. .. 292,."01 . St'U001' c i. Itobliifon ."2 noRi,"""" J. fi CAHPKXTKII. i " vi . M. rutkiir, w. M. Sheltoii, j i ...nt: lor On Mnrch 20, limt the Female Col, cpnt: John 11.11 Hi hog nt to John William the lai named was I Kfldent of Keiituck Metllcal A- - Hue from State and Private t i.nie- - Ittti, k ' HllO Moblev. Itol.ptl Oviidrnft. secured R. mi : U'",H- - ThoinpHoti... Hill 30 hog nt on hiiclatlon. nenr .n-ibank and bankers, Tiust ,n..ei who 10S:C. 27 Ickc Proportj was sold to the "Hill llmuUKl. li'.i.. limit . vt ..Ut, ,t. I nog at 7 I t st cured .uig... ,,, . , M,t , (.r)l(.k Companies, and saving School" an dthe name of the latter New Ruling of State Registrar. I I". S. Ilonds to secuie lli. Woiiihii' Club met lal We.) nd Imuip lle kel I.:: Over lunik IghteetitL eeutin.v. Il To reliuve Mime of the dlfficultv ot 50 Quo oo changed to StanforJ College. at the ClirlHnn cliurt h Tin tucuLitioii Onlv lour i mini Ip lit Hi llurlev illr'nedii l was the Voimihii j.tiu slnte the Insciipllon win pen undertakers In securing burial ol n- - Due Irom appioved A sale of the propert) will likely be .. ... .... . house, Fuiuituie. "" IIKI Mr i: lied. 10,!'tJ7 SI. nankin' I'rtilod of HiikIIMi - ..0,) pu ordered nt the l'ebruar) term of Court agent . inoval remit when tho local registrar . .. and Fixtures ,t till vrmtr trop at He ma C. KaetTimiM being Hip lead r. 17 2.". " ' "1 lives In a rural or remote district, tl.o CNck and other i:ih item Mr Mattlipv. tJlKsb. arid ,Tho Court of Appeal we understand, ShPilcy litisli l.'lklu. a I.'incaKtei Lue from National !auk The wav the .sum MX held Hwurdny. .aiit-in State lleglhtrai has Usutd tho Tol- - Notes of other National Ji'iinit Hill, 'o weie voiing man and the sitond on of Ml agents) .. 7 lit.", 10 l'r decided that when county Semi(not rcseive a folVown: ll. uiu il .2,010 00 ,f IhU ll uianiage at jiiitiu-i'i- ' .1. .....I Mr. T last wiek l lowing rule which, will relieve to bank iiiarle cease to exist thai tne pro-,...., ,,,,,,. Iil,.iw..lt l.li.li. uli. I'avoi OpKHM hue from approved rescue JiuIm' Ford. Tho rooin Is a great .Ateiit the friction emoiintered 1'iaitioiial paper cuuciicy, l.'.'lh .":;, ceeds Irom tho sale of the vacant Agents UHl OHI. eui tun rf,B mihh Ciiiih ( lellan if llucb 'MS I while In H... lllcktls and penis i landa in their possession must be dl- voting man and u nard wtnker, nf Hie n.w- law: I .num. Went 'l The newl wiildrd Checks aud olhei .. Mtb . . .f $11,10.'. 0.. bride, vvbo I Hie eldosi daul.ter ratabl) among the common may act as sub- - S eele A local tegli-tini7i5 vlded 1.16". will rexliH' in i.imiim vvet mi. the ltcuw ,. iJHirboii school of the counly. wilt re Hip griKim iitiiu n g"ni id Mr. and Mi. S. N Hill, i .i haul legUtrar to an.v local rcglsUar ol hli; laval tender note 4.17s On National Note of other ,..1 HfUltkeM as traveling iiUbin.tii ft.r Itcbert iiuu jouiig ladv and verv iniliistrlou i nunty or adjacent count) and iiusy l.'.JSI 0.. ,40 00 Hanks ...1 .lohiiou and Itniid, Iipp manufai-turpItPdemptlon fund with V. S. teller 1 up peculiar properties of Chamber We wlKh llmiii well nlgn the name ot the local legMrar Fractional piper Cuneiicv, the vvt'Hs ol pmver cloi-ei- l Suudliv Cl.ifk ('' I'd cnt elicit Vlr. J. 1" ThonipMin, who has b.cn of tho dlstri.t In which the oc- of Ht laail .Mo to. ; lain' Cough Itemed)- have been Nickels, and cent ..I Oo . .2,."io0 hv a tiiilou rvle being lifld nick, I Miiin. bt'ttfi. latlon ) during epidemics of lilgl to an) burial, leinoval or Iran- teted. currcd In Liwiul money ...1 Demllig at tbi I liriit I :i i hurt a In wh'.-- h ahd When it wa taken In Horn to tho wife or Clin. Oot.n, ol tit permit when tin iindtrt.iRer, ' r viz: in bank all or Hip mlnNtem ot the town par J.'.00,9GS 73 ... Toul tliuo we haro not heard or a single Tappebunna, a girl l'nll Kllen. AImi porMUi acting n. such I .'is preM'nled a 00 $l.".,I0fi ItclpatPd. Specie . I ill raid . LIABILITIES: cast- or pneumonia. Sold by Penny' entertained a girl to tnc wif of J.uoli Sow dew, mmnlete death ceitificate and com- Sitmwon Mrs. Henry 7 Legal tender i ..$50,000 00 Drug Store. Iiary - Capital paid In ol the Ktnbroldir Club tho mcmherti nlied with law and rule and reguiaLOOO 00 Ncn-. i rmued Katie on last Friday nlternoou ...24,000 00 Ipti kUBllP . ot the Sue lizard of Health Smplu tund Hon ii;,tiii'i i Mr. John II. Sander ot upper tiur,i DEATH OF MISS MARY HUGHES. Kluui HtihUlni. of Wllliaiusburg. vl. Such permits shall constituto authoil- - Cndivided proliu l.s oi- I.lncolu U. S. who rccentl.. bought tbe John died ut ..52 1 Kedomptlon fund with Mis Mar)' Sam Hughe pentOs and Ulc'S paid ',. .. MiuJ'wiU Wop'Ih farm npitr MrjantHVllIc nveni- - II..: a.) Mtttln tatallj near Tappelun V fon hrlnl or removal. .j (.1 per cent Trea. week at the Hloomlngton, III.. Hip Horo ut Marliubut) v pun "Mtrrcor pn tty mlght.v shall -- ign hi National bank note.s oatTh. 2.C00 00 nu and tailed on u -- 0.000 00 be will fclullv servo all wher home ot her sister, Mrs. 1). B. Illbler landing ..: itciitgoiiieiy 'I under name with the prefix "i-- r" tomns . fill nt WutteV Mill. Mr. tn.l Mr. the name of the local o to other National nfter unveral monthn Illness due to M.i.'OQ IliiMlp ot Wen C.arrard. had . 42I,3K: OS, i. aistr.tr fo., , ,. W. S . ..... -- v i'123 uU Total Hitiver Hantlneau of Point Leavoll. banks Men-rKob.-r- t v. m.ov ... 17 bheep killed by dos. acting and shall foiward he U LIABILITIESWHSUn, M.I1Q hnm III Kl.lllforri., Kv.. IP. It.. a In 'I'rim. I'nmninliM iinH ... . -. i , n pari; to Invade hi flock. vviro visltlnn Mr. and .Mr. .. .... . . nn " tj mttu ttrw. TO ".. .V.H alo hal OldUiuu at oiu-- tho death certlftcito to that fiw.uuv .72S SO (.ailliai HIOC'B. PUICI in UIIIInK nnd citppllug 'IS out of ::t. i Saving bank I8J4. For u number of year she has Xaloi Mcr I. U. Wlllihui. i: r. lm-a- l reglbtrar, who will be paid tuo alwen 100,000 00 Surplu fund Ml Sue Anna I.e.ir left Mondi.y . Individual deports subject n.ado her homo w Itli her alater in tnat i St.llt White aud WrJie. Miller wuio at'r aa provided by law-...-- for a vlwlt to Lexington rlaUfiw. 141,140 7a to cheek mQuru Uer &ULtn i may cliatge tho K. M. Tinder and Mr James SUelby ' CO 'lho taxp paid an elegant hooUl no and to attend certitlcatps of I i.ilton were In tlncoln to nee KUW two bistem Mr. Illbler or that cit .. T 1U-- . . . I um or twenty live centH ror Tim Mnn Jsuni thn ..7.000 00 t.. MllHflHIII M..V . ..W.I.M lMl.l. glVuu ly Sllsi Mlnarva Cos. Jeunlu Hughes, living at (JO and Ml .VahlnguH iW.OOO his services to be paid by the under- outstanding ill. Ml Frances O'llrjen of Ijiw. Mi. I). Thompson or near Note and bill ic- Aurora, and a brother, William M. -i .. VVooaloid hencebuig Ind.. I the Kuebt of th.' taker. .24,05." 20 Hue from other National discounted va guc8 of Mr. V. II. Iliowa who lives wn South Center ImUkh (1111. Ml Callle Adam I at Clven undei mv nand this sixth day 4.415 U. Hughe, bank 45 . I lomo from a vllt to Fmnkfott nnd of Uaniird. and Mr3. Nun Garner and tun- - Uesorved for taxes IS Street in that city. . ot January, ol the year nineteen l'otal to stale and private Duo I Lexington Miss Kiln Thompnon, ot i)tliii nditlvt nt Cedar Creel;. .Mr. W. 1 HIsIZKIl. M. l.. :: oo died nlevoii. No .utlgu banks and banker Itojle t ounty, U vlnitlng her couijlr. 300.0CS Total . acreage of tne. Mahaii, ol Wltllauisbiiis was TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS Utidoubtidly u large State Uesistrar. tmnie llmwn Mis Sallle T.lklii Slump Individual deposit subject State of" Kentucky, t ounty of Linn cincnnatl where aho will tako vlHltlug Ills I am now located on Fourth street u.'..r.n:: .. Hurley belt was signed by tho giow- j Ml. W. II. Smltb lo (beck coln, ss: ntt. Mr. nnd Mrs witu mo Desi equipped mume in mm Final n special coursn In,mx irs imorublo to a "cutsmt" Inlobi-iUi(il- r roturue.l to a' White' Mill 1, II C. Huiighmau. m,nB Cashier of tho Hill pujnblo including cer vllle aud will be ylad to neo yo'i ut Prof. Galvaii , or deposits fT juiichKw Ml Hur action will bo Likei' on tho tificate any time. And will show the ladle" lolU. We a oi o mUlnlnriutid In rugaul to abovo named bank, do bolemnlj- - swear of IHchn.oiid Is vlsiuig Lexington fitter tbu mas meet UIH 00 especially courteous treatment 20,000 t'luu at tm. iiioiuy borrowed Ho that tho above statement Is due to having pneumoiili, Mr Kdnu Kavuinugli Mr and Mi t.'.-- i D. F. LOGAN. s7 ma- - lu Ohio and In Indiana, vvnen Ml cqn3Ent the best of m) belief and knowledge. Upeived lor Uues spEN). w I Wlllliini and cnlldlen and Mi , I getting along finely s.i)s latest chairman of tho tl Hermit mMy clax. ,t, tho fount) ED TQ SHQW HERE FRDAY lUBl Wl.k II. C. HAl'HHMAN, Cash'r. 1421,25a OS , niemberi. ol the lluilfy To rt.hl(tt. n xultta Okla , atcompanled b) iuIvIkh fioin Urn Loxliigtoii asylu.u. I Total NIGHT. Collect Attest: J S. Hocker, S. T - mnnv gooil wlhes Irom (larrnnl toun-toBLOOD Union will reuort at LoxInBsow and pig to I Stuto ot Kentuck) t ounty of Liu- I ltd at Uell wild a M. I). Klmore. Director. ' friend. Mr iinu Mi. Klnnalrd , mas meeting w"" noatei1 a ri"w Ilairl. Ibed and - (i'1i''" I W. M. might, Cashier oi cured by the Marvel '"'f; the ipsull of tho of the Century i..ki.i. Subset M. swoin to beforo hip coin, Wnriu-- ot Stanford have been gue! j t . .. ..... ii.iiivn t ii ,, ,. j .. l II In. Q. B. B. Tetted for 30 Years, tho abovo named bank, do nuld )t'Piday. f )r. ;mj .Mr. ,. o. Houiiip .hi, Ul.i d.o ., Jnu.u) Ull r. IhompMiu or Uairart, U Mr. J. u ,1M11V wUll visiting In Niholiut- .llnule llitittti swer that the nbovo statement I true Hrlinu nut tilnnil tin ami (ti rm Aunt Jane Najlor. wno rrlnart ,ui will givo auotlipi-- ono in vile and I.PMigton Miute ill to tho best of my knowledege and'gtn,. FINE PLACE FOR SALE! permanently without dcadl) iartllug nnd bowlldprlng pel forW. M. llrlglu Cas'iier j mercur) , with puro botanical lngrt- Ik Miindlm, Hip wliilci with hor daugu hi u J(m nro Blllrering trom bihou- - belief. FOR 8ALEJ to well in) fill ill, U evening January 20 llbhi I have decided indigestion, chron- - Cuneit Attest: S. II. .Shanks.'' I 11 dlents. To prove It v.o will send you a lei. Mi- Levi Hell, nuIUhpiI ii slight luances Tilda) SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE j Mild within tl.o next Uiiity d.i). Il .. a no. I , nnucinc koii. iarui ot ub.i imijiiiu j..."" .....i .... a,t",",t '" ti.'ilvillll I vvltlltml tloillit the IlltMl 10 lioittiaillp, uivesi one ceiii into it P.ixlon, Htsi. W. Caiter, Dliet-toiliavo ulcers, cutlng sere--t It ......... .. imruaiii. Ctiiitalii , so acre ill ;, nvil tuipii'Mit vtii'i .. ,i ,vni..r. of ...odor.. iDPnotlst . .. nlienomlmil Subsci'lbed und sworn 10 mo this' It. hln)ou tiiuiinrtt. uiellliii?i r L'Jl'n "vn mucus mil, f.om Danville, Lancater ;ur extiu.i.e ag- - n.utli miMni, two house one ((l. m, ,)f (ll0 lm)bt l0ular ijuuii- h.i or Juiiuur), 1911 .,r iuu.1. 12th da) Um pimplm, patches, bono palus, lt 'lMm,H ",,d. Stanford on Danv II e and Lani u,u b) u ulcmU tK back, and they will, forward doib, Notar) Public. euipllons, take B. B. B. (Botanic f rour hwiiih ami (, tmuutaluoib Hint evor visited thl ,m" ol,:..,:"!!:! . m a. Blood Balm). All s)inptoins hen' ' u HUCtio. , pure and rich ........ I... .1,..,.. ... . . lv .ioi...t fin . Tho greatest danger froui Jtifluoiuu tpilckly. lllood Is made The pilto nave neon letiuctm in ... UIK iiewuj. I'll' "J "" - ' ; 'ail iiistiillml Hum nw t.Hltlalb llllllll bliop. rilini . . ljweilll'g ill u iuuius nnu "'" ,)rUE st010. teaultlng In p.ieuiuonla "ins completely cua....g uw -. la or It i" i..i..."--1 liillHIHIl I" lliiiuei, iii.o 0 und 30 cents, and tho house- - will .,,., i i, uTn. Cluiiiiliup. tntn 11 ele.iu. Iienltliv cnildltlOII. Deal I'le h,t .Saturdii) night. , 'f stibool diou poithtis compaintlvelj new, In bli.hl to ovtirllowlug. .Miiliitw"' M aCie lot on uu doubt bo packed Kor iiemedv. a it wot onlv inK ovory soro anil stopping all aches I::l,,:,!,,c..n,th- - This Ida,, is suit- V.rg.1 Uu..b of lb,),, the tund. yirtiut. has bam and nil outbulldiiiM: cure Inrienza but contracts uny pneu- - oalns nud UcliliiB curingDruggistsworm '"" ., 1 , a barfiHi or blood poison blplo. Iltttuin will. P. U Thou.iAo.j till the able for two fanil'lo and nM,Wint , oney of Sold disease towards Store. cn(, , , lVM iVHUK HOTT1.I;if ,.. humn "" "" by Pamirs Drug hy yor luitlier lliiormaiioii utiui i j!(m( w 8wnlnj. Ky. iywtttt t mow at llui prlLO. Ilottor t'llino to sun me Ml with Ulrfctloiw for home cure staufoid ittsil Kstute ne-o-. i L AS DO NEARLY ALL COUNTIES eoimty -- tl w-r- ,, '' !, ,,. 'owZ tZ ,,..Hid' JHJX toThK .., ' .,. il "" .. - in.1i,rinf,iwi,i1.iiiri " r - L, "'; 1r "" lM """"' ,.,. ""'other. V'T', - 11 .nd "" ur, 11 :,..,;,. iHl-oi.- -d er. tvu ..." ..".'" .'... "'""" 11? bos0""'' 1..-.- .1 TV ......... t ... X:. .. ... ,, . n " 'T .iT'!!' luvni-litsomi'- - nn f PHt-np- )ur n,,,,,, iiiti-itHlr- ) :"' ... c I .,,,. Sl. Par JSTTl ,0onK ..,... ?lnE (' lat s, e, ... .. . 1 1 knot-wher- e I llui-l.p- on'.l'' Hit Car-i!f,- titip It6.r. kl! pn-eln- Uu 11 tu i'w iiii !! - ,as vnt: -- ,,,,,. ' 1 im .... T 1 res-on- ' -0 " ... i, oiit!-"''i"f- nu-it- lllpr. -- f,i.,.r.-itlin- - 1 lpilr - tah poii-Ho- r -- n's thor-oar.hl- y .... rct-erv- - s l.i-e- .... clrcu-lation- lui-t- ru. lat Nii-hol- v .... uiu "" '"""'. wi.... .- Kl-dt- tr r. .... .,.,.,.-- , ... .... l,!i .- '. Dan-vill- i) ...2 sn-lP- 'Iownri ,, 1 4- -S n r r, P0S0N I M .( sou-mil- - eoni-tipatlo- v -- - i,,,,,i - r "ij ,, K!l ii.nUussii l"io .C .nvi w,w -. Jft1 Zm!T .!'" ir?", ' s,p. , Vl1? $lrnaMmauMimuK '""L ."H - otlt-nslv- u!;um.d,,oy - ,l uboul M ulf(. l !' initio. W" r tliitiriHrtl It Nl' cu.i K ciniV. '- I W: 2. THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. TUE8DAV, JANUARY 17, IflTt. Clayton Carter, who ws chrged wltu dealers. Jn 4 yearn old, 2 Jersey hellers will to Charles P. Grainger be- fresh In spring, 2 marcs gentle for Killing Ws mother, Mrs. Nancy Carter old horse Rood nt Junction City, last Thursday, wru, came Mayor, he wag appointed City lady to drive, 1 BsUMtahed 1872. wetker and Rood driver, 1 year oM exonorated by County Judge Coulter capacity Mr. Controller. In thin at Danville alter hearing the cvldenco yearly handles millions of dollars filly, X bay horso colt, two NKLTON tAUFLEY PublUhtr rns chargo of all financial disburse- - wncotis. 2 buggies 1 binder, 1 mower. In the examining trlnl. Forrest Cartuents, appropriation ordinances, levy hay rakf, disc harrow, cultivator, and ter, the five year old son of the ac AND FIUDAT TDBSDAT ordinances and tax assessment, roriplowp, 1 tobacco setter, ItftOQ tobacco uihcmI was placed on tho stand In his several years ho has been treasurer of sticks othor things too numerous to mother's lap and testified In a manly e POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS of rtustonvlllo fashion that so was playing with n the National Association of Control- mention, shotgun, and thjtt the gun eni off stock. lers and Accounting Offices, an organFor Circuit Judge men In finisation of the ros9slon of farm riven March I, and shot his grandmother. He snld 1111. Pot any Information call on mo. that his father had whipped htm sever The Interior Journal U authorized ancial affairs In America. Ho is a to announce Charles A. Hardin aa one of the 1est Informed N. W. PIPES. al times for playing with the gun, and candidate for Circuit Judge of the men on municipal affairs la the counIluatonvllle, Ky. that when ho shot his grandmother tbe Thlrtoenth Judicial dUtrtet, at correspondLo ran away to the houn of a lection to b held November, 1811, try, and receives much neighbor, so that his father would not object to the acuon of the Demo ence, from other cities, calling on him He is sn enthusiastic for advice. whip him. JAMES ROBERT MYERS. poller and la president of the CheroIlls testimony was straightforward Whew, the way thoee DaaviUe rokee Oolf Club. U assaory of my dear little nephew and on his evidence his father we pers arc BOlnc It over the candidacy Jsnifa Robert Myers, tho bright son released. of Yaacls Drccklnrldg Douglas for of Mr. and Mrs. 1L U Myers, who f!l Piklic Sale ami Reital asleep In Jesus Dec. 20 1910 aged four the legislature and for whom ho will year. Ho was only sick three days voto for United Htatee Senator. We DAISY BELLE KENNEY. when the Lord called him home, but why they tfoii't Just understand As I hare decided to quit farming, during the short time he was sick all thell- - shirts Jer- on should, if! tu-Lwas done for him that loving friends Died at the home of her grand. ome Jaxoea at that What' ho dooo could do. but to no avail. He wan an Thursday February 23 1811 unusually bright child, the pride and mother Mn. John Sheron, at Indian so much, fuss and fcathersT to deserve at 10 o'clock. I will sell my farm of light of our home. These mysteries a polio, Ind., January 3rd, 1911. Hbo acres 2 miles south-ww- t IP! are bar to understand but Cod tas born Oct. 19th 190S a little moro wan one CDnfrrsamaa Harvey Helm of HustonvUlc near tho Eradfordsrllia Icnows beet and does all things wclL than three short years was she spar of the few Democrats who insisted piko in Lincoln county. In one of the Tho Dlblo tells us that where our ed to brighten our lives at home and that tho democrats phoutd not lino best neighborhoods In Kentucky treasures are, there our hearts aro thot-- with whom she came In contact up tor Cannon on a vote In the This farm is well Unproved and good also and when we have treasures In tor she had rrtends In every homo Ho'b Cprovlnj? a House lart weel land, watered by even never failing heaven our hearts go there o often around her and looked for and found mighty contiAtent"frlend o'f tho peo- springs, ono never falling spring plV Jesus oald suffer littlo children tto Banta Claus In several homes. On ple, on all proposition. Ml Into a eplendid mute barn 7ciSn come uato me and forbid them not of her friends at whoe home she feet furnishing frosh running water for micb Is the kingdom of heaven had hung up her little stocking teas, thought shu at all times without having to be I hare a IltUe angel far above the ed her by telling her he pumped, near barn la corn crib will dark blue skies he Is Just as sweet had been bad little girl but to look maybe be had come, fihe went WRITTEN UP BY hold COO barrels of corn, Ibeso build- Us ever wlU dark halt) and dark around PROMINENTLY tc the parlor door threwup her little ings are covered with best grade of brow eyes. LOUISVILLE HERALD. my Lord 1 was tin. Also new tobacco bam 72x91 Twas hard no hard, to have to pan hands esclalmed: Oh ono whose of the Louis will hold 12 acres, a good brick C It fteems almost to break each heart good wasn't I Tbe loss of A recent Sunday issue prcseaco was such a oy can be realisdoor, all Hut ville Herald, in writing up a number room dwelling, cistern at Gi (a wisdom knoweth best, and those whose hearta hao ot the most prominent citizens of th necessary out buildings in rood nM so he took him home to rest We had ed only by desolate b the preuence of pair, nice orchard, fencing completely a little treasure once, ell was our been made Kails City said this of a former kno-t- f she la now uweft-lwho haB made a great name naw all over farm, all In grass but "P Joy and pride, w0 loved ok, perhaps death, but w ,or e artn of elecrlBR acres, iarm will bo offered in two too well, for Boon he slept and died. for himself: 100 acres each. South Mother Just wait and be patient wait she has gone where sorrow and sick tracts of near S. M. WllhlU City Gwnrsller. come. Her spirit, pure Samuel M. Wllhlte City Controller, tract baa tobacco barn, tenant houeo till Ue night Is o'er then you will ness cannot It, north tract has dwelling mule find yur darling, safe on the golden and vpotless aa the wfclte winged or Is regarede as one of the most way through paradise public officials not only In JS&rp corn crb, out buildings and shore. Por there, Jesus, tho ead dove, wings its come. whole of the orchard, and then offered as a wholn herts. rcfugo; JeeuB who died for with hands beckoning us to Louisville, but in tho y TJickcy preached her fun cosy, made known on day of thee, Jesus the rock of agea will give Rev. J. J. Terms United SUXes. He is a native of eral and sbo vraa buried ta Buffalo sad cime to Louisville when n sale, saroo day will offer stock and James back to thee. cemetery. For nineteen years he crops about 000 bales of hay, corn roasjc r"-"AUNT CORA. cow , boid the position of bookkeeper for hoc,, sheep, 1 splendid Jersey God gave ho has taken away One whom we. loved most dir: Gty. Kill at her taking, far better rejoice Then to shed ono bitter tear. Tbe handsome ten dollar doll al Rejoice with thpso who hnve gone Mr. W. A. Reynolds' store was won by Miss Clara Eckxr formerly of Who beckoned her to como with South Fork, Ky., with 1.116 votes. them, Miss Rabrina Medhatu got 791, Laura To le an angel over moro 141 HhtJby 266, Elizabeth Newell In God's bright beautiful realm. Mary Eva Catron 133 Lillian Kendall, IIS Margaret Lee Orubbs, 115. God Is good, ho knoweth boat. Mr. Ceo. GibHon of the signal crew And 'tis hi purpose true, of the C. N". O. T. P. It. R., spent Xmas To teach to those whom Ho lia--s left at Junction City. Tho way ho'd have them do. The Interior Journal John White IJJ02, when & Co., wool "Lame Leg s3jF Jf' llfVsVl' Wll-hlt- High-To- p The nex Well" 1 Iclo-rbon- beet-poste- My u have used that wish lo I Sloan's Liniment on a has pven me much trouble for six months. It was tc bad that I 'couldn't walk pometimes for a' week. 1 tried doctors medicine and had a rubber bandate for my that I Ug, and bought even-thinbeard of, but they nil did me do Rood, until at list I was persuaded to try Sloan' Liniment The first application helped it, and in two weeks my leg was well." A. L. Hunter, of Hunter, Ala. Mr. K. GlLMAK, Instructor of y, athletics, 417 Warren St, Mass., says: "I have uwl Kox-bur- t three months arc the Shoes coldest- - lme lee that iMmiiininiiii niHiin days of the year. In justice to yourself you must have good, Warm Shoes shoes as Near Dry as it is possible to buy. Of coursr wc do not and can not guarantee shoes to be perfectly water tight, but we do know that wt have tho Very Best made. Good for Athlete. 2 2 e SLOANS LINIMENT with great success in cases of extreme fatigue after physical exertion, when an ordinary would not make any Impression." rub-dow- n Fmkt Lactate c, y Sloan's Lin.raent has no equal aa a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. PrhH,2E9.,50cl1.eO B1M.O hr-n.TU- l. A 9 inchJHonest Mike that we have been selling at $4 we sell now at $3; a 12-i- n Mens Ease $5 shoe at $4; a 16. inch Mens Ease, a $6.50 shoe at $5. Witch Elk, a $10 shoe at The 15-in$8 and a n of same shoe, an $8.75 calf-linshoe at $7; a 15-inHonest Mike, a $5 shoe, at $4. ch 9-ich .A sd -- Jo, txwk Now these are are the very best shoes obtainable, wear you longer, keep your feet dryer than anybody's shoes. At these prices you should have good shoes. OB ft. Dr. ad poo I try I-m- ! BtrUa, Irl AddrM S. Sloan, .. T.i.i. NOTICE I Ken-tack- H. J. McRoberts. isr; DANDRUFF AND ITCHINO (SCALP YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT In tho district court or 'the L'nltd Ktatcs for the Kaatwn Dtntrlct of Kentucky. In the mfttUr t A U Koatcr, Btanlord. Ky., January 14th 1911. A meeting of tho creditor of the nbovc named, who han been ud- IU li held nt th Judged Ilankrupt otflco of tho Koferro in Stanlord, Ky. on tho 2tth day of January 1911 at 9 o'clock A. SI., to elect a tniHtio for tho estate of nald bankrupt, and for the trannactlou of other bulni a may cou before the mevtViR Comply with Sec tT of the H.mkrupt ct concernlnB proof of claims other v Isc our claim can not be allowed .1. X SAINDKHS, Iltfeice In Hani ruptcy Why experiment trying to drho the dundrnff xerm from underneath tba ckln with Kroasy lotion or fancy hairdrrsulni? when druiCRUtn ererywbere and In Stanford, tho l'enny's Drug Storo will KuaratiH-- ZK.MO and 7.Y MO soap to entirely rid tho scalp of the Kerai life that cauteu tho trouble, ZK.MO and Zi:MO noup can be in nny city or town In America ajul are iccoRnlzed the bent and most uconoralc.il treatment for nil of the akin or scalp wtielhor oo InUnt or crown person. Out nhanipoo with 7.ICMO 8(p luxl application ot VXVO will stop Ik nine and cleanse the sunlp of dundrjlf and scurf. Application of 7.KMO and u,. of ZK.MO soap will cure tho most obstinate enso ot ecicma or Kkln dls(ase. Wo invite jou to try ZKSIO and ZKMO soap and If not entirely antls. Hod, wc will refund our money. There will bo an oxcbanKo at J. I. lleailey's furniture storo noxt Saturday, Nov. C for tho benefit of Homo Missions,. Help a good cause. e d .iflco-tloP- OLIVER Jnctiti PLOWS THE BEST STIRRING TIMES. we are hating In tho building line. We carry a full J!nt of lime, piaster, cement and ererrthlnR eUo needed Kverj thing purchase for building, here will be found ot tbe best quality and tho bet t. for Intended purpose. We will sate you troublo and unnoc sary oxpenso by sending to ui for an The Oliver Plow Trade for 1910 was larger than any previous year. Another New Stock for 1911 has just arrived. BUY Mr. KIcliard Cooert of Akron O., KaU Coovert. spent Xmas with bis mother Im Dick naw risen to an ?&0 a month salary. Mrs. V. It. Ualbrcatli and son spent Xmas among her rcla tlves in Henry county. Mr. V. C. Selcox has been confined to tho house two weeks with tonsill-Us- . Ml&ees IGOWANS I King of Externals W. H. Higgitis. I i STANFORD, KENTUCKY. as a ice, residence, and place yourself iu a position to get the latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to leadqoarters, Nashville, Tenn,, for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest jjm. Our lines cover tie States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEIa CO. Illinois. MR FARMER: Make your home aa modern for your family RURAL TELEPHONES. a visit to their sister Mrs. Viola Roberts at Ilrodhcad Xmas. Prof. E. L. Grutobs and wife celebrated their tin wedding Monday Jan. 2nd and Capt. W. E. Grubbs and wife Mrs. D. B. Kox, St., and daughter Rut ad Mrs. Mattie Fox and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Ewlng ana children wetjs prosonc They received several useful presents. Bfao ioilet Bwlsc at LouistiUe nytas visit to her uncle Mr. mtcOt Mtag Friday the SOttu li. for ret and Hazel KUlc-- went Is tho one standard preparation universally f and enthusiastically 'endorsed by Doctor, Druggist Layman. G0WANS Cure's Pneumonia, Group, Colds, Coughs, Pleurisy and all ailments caused from thtUrgfkt and moat mlUfuctorj sake of n.r preparation earrird we ceotider it a in our stock CohmbU.S.C.Julsll, BUY We Want estimate. J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. Produce WE ARE PAYING TO DAY FOR MOc Hens C&1 Itoofllere CONCRETING Varln erUf. ioeh u J ' .Many pcwoiw find inn-Ti- or Coageslion. OatrAfut Preparation tiutootof Turkeys Xo. 1 IK-1- 3 blhck ekunk J1.2&-J1.C- a tvoodrrful aoeeesa. TUK MURIUY DRVG CO., Wholesale Drugrig ta Short fork Long fork Mink T&c-- H ,..4$-wt'- Itejuody. Cough Hi Cbarabflrtxm's kbouM not be aUowed to run oo until bCODW Uoultlesoae. Sold by IVc IC'CICO WHO a JHTB an attack of lnnuenia. Aa this cough can bo promptly cured fcy tho uso of themsone. al- l cvu(a uurr - lndo'iVrJt.n,wh.'?IirrA. ZSSirSSS:.SSiJS "- - DCXltk toiVllll klnH. nf Mloc Work. frnTrnxnt, ran. ywwmtf PHILLIPS BROS., ' CUT rr mam twiniM ! n t .t. v4aa 1 OMl-el- at. ' II It nj d irux swio. FLfVIM ,mk" ' Stanford, Ky. s I POR SALE! ll'l WW HAVE IT IN THE HOME Nervous MI AllDrI.U G0WAN StMHlul. SI. SO. 23.. UEOICALCO.. DURHAM, N. C. mutintfitt l tf liililit H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. ?,?,, I k,1n,r?n,n"ctl?U. !'"' purpo.i"lllrof wUh wremtht ,b UT, I nav 'l prior.. ..- - was very JTorrsvflle, mfkm Mas. nvoits AfoHie Ky., Mirse, W4 WRITE ME FOR PR! CES ON HIGH GRADE (IKOOUrOSATKD) FREE a 50c Jar of Palmolive Cream We have a red ularsize jar of the li famous Palmolrve Cream for you. It won't cost you a palpitation of the heart, and was irregular. "On the advice of Mrs. Lfflk Cain I took 2 bot- nesof Cardul and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took. "1 am 44 years old and the chance has not left me, but 1 am lots better since taking Cardul." EM "had I FreshOysters STYLE. THE PEST Carson's cent. Cut the coupon from tho Nov. is Housekeepinc.Pncih'oMonthly.Red Book, Woman's Homo Companion, Ladies' World, Undo Remus' MaS-oiin- e. Dcc.issucsof Peoplo'sHornc Journal, Delineator, Designer, New Idea, Blue Book. Green Book. Nov. 19th Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th Saturday Evening PosL Nov. 6th Illustrated Sunday Maaaxino and Associated Sunday Magazine PENNY'8 DR Bring this coupon to our stoto and do as the ad directs. We will then give you absolutely free a full site jar of Palmolive Cream which we ordinarily sell cash. You'll End this cream tho most delightful thing of its kind ever fo-5- 0a SERVED IN ANY Take' HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. WILLIAM A. BURNETT, LOUISVILLE, KY. AN INSURANCE POLICY HAS PROV BOURBON 8TOCK YARDS. EN A LIFE SAVER. Established 1901. Kentucky Agency for Owl IJrand. In u financial war for many n man 1 And It is a quick asset in case ot tiro that oven tho wealthiest appreciate If you aro not Insured you nro taking chances that no prudent man tticmld. Have ua Issuo yoa n policy and provo yourself to belong to tho prudent class. Tomorrow you y COTTONSEED MEAL OIIKIHTMAN OHEKM UOITHKM sro lltmnABit, fkoa. HCn'ir4 . K Fttl kni Wintir Suitings My new fall now roa4y & ciprtso faspectlon. fr twtr on tho wlnUr samples arr They I nav not have the ctiinco. STANFORD, can suit any ono as to price who has hln clothes made to order A suit mado to your measure Is preferable to ready made clothes To hare them made to measure doesn't cost any moro than ready made when quality and tit u eoaauiarva Com In and let m ta .our mouur IL Hosier, to. lracucal Tailor I bet the market. a The Woman's Tonic Cardul is advertised and sold by its loving friends. The lady who advised Mrs. Mirse to take Cardui, had herself been cured of 3us female trouble, by ltii, so she knew what Jul would do. H Cardui cured Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Mirse. it surely will cure you too. Won't you try it? Please da IN TOWINI sues ol Uood made. ni Restaurant. rop. nE$L NO W. S. FISH KY. PHONE 200 J,L.Beazley&Co A-iv- J. SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDEP C. McCIary, j It's en tircly new and has FS?2? H. A. CAISSON, WE PAY HIQHE3T CA8H all tho1 quality of fe ralmoiive Soap, the queen of ell toilet soaps. for the Look in the magazine Bring it to this store. coupon. UG STORE. PRICE For All Kinds of Farm Produeo HIDE3 AND FUR8 WANTED NOW. LAND & UUCHANAM Stanford, Ky. or driver who buys poor harness Is When honestly made and iiecesxary. guaranteed harness can be bought hero so reasonably It la a man's own fault If be' takes the risk ot buylnr from a mall order cataloguo. rront by others' experience and buy your harneM at home. J. C. MeCLAKY, Stanford. ..Vv rs vfjJL - r .s 4.Tii &vWI 'imlortareri ami Knilulm Also Dealer In jituro, Mat tings, Rugs. ill echo Fur Thcj Furniture lor Prkw undbitakar Oftloe STAMFORB, . KY. anc1 Kmutni.i . ill Kinds of 6Uck. toeiu a Call. ("' Git Thn 107. Iobm Tshs U. 1 r VbS -- ihf wt TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1911. THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY , INTERIOR JOURNAL. 3 The Path Of Glory: IHII -- FOR ONLY 30 DAYS Come early and get Picked Goods. Below Cost! Special fountain pons for ichool use clow, Willie Naylor, Willie Crounhnrnl lb cents, 1 and 11.25 at Penny Drug Audy Crouhorn, Henry tlooch, Willie d,oro '(loocb. PER60NAL8. - FREE ADVICE Bv SHORT LOCAL NEWS Now is your last and only chance to et what you want for little money. Everything in the house at and below COST. E8T MAKC JAO0 WW 1S.OQ MEN'S SUITS 117.91 Hull XJbO Hull . s ex0 Suit ut We have 200 odd and end 5 to from hleh to'd 15. All bo ow at BOYS' KNEC SUITS at ViM'SoHn at Suit j.o0 Suits at at at Butts at t t IMS' 13.58 PN .DA 7JS ti.il ,.M f48 4.4 11.78 linw r.0 4.0m :i.M 70 SultS Mt OJA SultM at Suit at Suits ut Suit ut Suk at J. T. Dodd and llobrrt I'row wrre Sam Kobinion'n itore ha been very at tho burial or Mr. l'ortman. crowded aince hi aale licvn Little MIm DoroUij- Trlbblo U 111 W. W. Fowle hw bought of W. II. rlth chlcktn pot. Mr. and Mrs. H. 1 RIakk. of Jjiua hit In llowland for were 1th hrf hlUr, Mr. J. $r00, caab. K. Porttnan batore hrr ilfath. fan ler.Uirc on Illble hlntorj' and ji Wilt IlrooJus of Out 'Jn, week with geography announced for Mrp. J. J. here for acreral diiyg Women gnfferinff from any form of Dickey Tuesday night at Lofran'a IUhcrs are Invited to promptly eora. frtendF. Aire Walker, ot Laockatnr, took the Creek church la postpond to Mt munlcate, rrlth Mrs.rini.hain at Lynn, Mam. All letters are rectlved. opened. train Punday for IttUburx ra, hartal Sunday at 8 I M huh iLoawerou oy women, a wo come over la an aiitmnobUr. BOY6 OVERCOATS man can rwery UIX of her private WyanMmm! Paonle and Ocxxllo Huld, ot T'or Halo." $100 Ceats it to a woman; lug Crab Orchard, were In the oily flop- dotte, roosternlure bred whit $1 each, duktin strain. 17.00 Coats at a.pt. thus has bora esNunneilcy. ping Bnturday. K. 00 Coats at M'p. Mm. L. V. R.48 tablished this eon. r 00 Cunt at Tht Current Kvrnt Club vlll meet fJdence between a.46 4.00 Coal ut COS with Sirs. I. M. Menobert Mrs. rinkhara and ut ber For rent. fllackxmith nhop n More HiO Coat ut 2,7.1 tbe women of heme on Thiihttoy artrnoon at a laud, trf the ripht man America which has ODD PANTO Of The Newcti Design o'cioek. Apply to Mr. IVIscIUj Urown,' More-lan3??cSiv! e'erDeen oroKcn. 4R TTTSiiAtarlf WTer huM nhii tink. Ky. ? 00 Pants at J.8 The Wotnaud lmproemet Club Hsbed a twtlmonlal oc used a letter 0( Pants nt 3.78 will meet on UVdneHd.iy ancrooou ul without the written consent of the 4.00 Pacta at 2 98 2:0 in the dlrctor room or tbo The Ladies' Aid Society ol tbe Up-lis- t writer, ami never has the Company n.CO Punts at 2.48 allowed thesn eonfldentlal letters to church will meet vth Mm. W II. 3 00 Pants ut :'.ic State Rank and Trust Company. pet out of their possession, as tho .Air. I. IluKbcn, ot Metnphl Wearen Friday afternoon. 2W lants at hundred of thousands of tfeM In 100 lunl at pen A AS bU Hh Judge Wise: TO WOMEN f-u- lt ti good-locatio- I WV.-u-e- 2.4 i78 We haw 100 of theae In broke let". Seidrfrom P to $7.50. Go eaw at AiJlt MEN'S OVCRCOATS mother Mrs. Jufla llushex. ruboerb Mr. ( O. Car.o of Liberty attendSetM With Buckle and Ckth Top ed the bunal of hLi ulster, Mm. .1. K. l. .U.U. M.v ltlt nuuunn ,1.1 . 1.7H l'ortman. S.0' I'.ul ber at ISA Hubber. at .. Jlw, IJUle Warren and daughter, 1 .00 Muhber . .13 nrxlnla of Mlddlehooro, attended nt , l llubbern at. . M of her sifter. Mrs. J. K. I"ort-- : ..'0 Kubber at . .39 CORDUROY PANTS tnan. roll y Tcanoe;e HubUa:' HC2.0 Overcoat iOi K &9 1SJ.0 Overcoat nt Collar. Ovrcoat at at trveremt at ... ... .. with ,.H.M . .. . 12.Pt) $4.00 . S.4J 10 00 Overcoat at Gome In RalnptAOf, ,. J)t 5.S8 IT IS NEW. SHOES Preato SCO Shoes i!.W Pants IVals nt i.W Pants at 3 00 Pants at r at at ..US lnrton reie at tb: buHal of bis moth .. 2.08 .. 2.21 er Mrn. J. K. rortroan. . of Ixulfl' llle, .. l.k linn. SarouHl .. 1.4K came up to the burial of bin tutte Cun-on- aed wife, of Lea HATS John now now D. Stetson'. ..$2.98 Mri. J. K. orttnan. B. Koblnson. h.-- r In PaWnt.Vlel.Gon J l.po Khew t7w 3 W Hbwo now .1 n 6ho now Af.flt Shoert xxrw i. 00 It.no Hat, Metat,Ctf and Tan J flC lUts, J.S.O.) Hats at 2.PS 2.R0 Hats at Mt. lR T, ol r r!9 2 34 1 .. . . .. 00 UhLh Shoei nw ft 1.6 liO Hats at 1.00 at Hals at J SAN ROBINSON, STANFORD, KY. ji i J I i" " le a i. 'i -- I 1 8 m START RISE! ..$2.JB tiidH. .. 1.98 Mrs, J. S. OwjiJt-- Iwh returned to .. 1.4 Kro&Ula artrr wvits! weeka nerv . .91 wtth bor buitbfcnd tihe Ftoppcd nver lor a fihort visit with relatives at l.cxlntrton. Mr. and Mm. C. 11a) a Foster return ro- ed Sunday morslag from their eefcs .pent In din tour ot feveral Florida una other houthorn jxtnt". Oklahona, Ctrllale Alcorn, of zTTcrmmmmmmtmr haa been the prueKt of relatives in tbo week Vet Knd and a here for a nhort "tslt. Col. Ilutf Ihidderar wa taken quite ill at blH bOMe lu the Kaat Knd of Town Krlda) and hln many friends y . .. 2.7.1 the SI": t of slst.-- Mr, h. lulilletflln H preached lit the 1'rejtbyt'rittn etuirch hlh Mrs. JUnVham hascrpeTreneo to draw hero Sunday evening. from. It Is more than possible that aho has jralni! the very knowtedir needed Mm hhv nothing In re. In your iwtse. The three year old two of Mr turn except your good will, and her W. White, died at Mm hooe hro adiro tun helped thousands. Surely Satunlay, alter a nhort Ulnew4 of pneu any woman, rich or poor, should be glad to take advantage of thli generniMila. The llttJ' feiiovt wan a brisht ous offer aflidntance. lad and the pride of the family IMnXbam,ofcare of LvdlaAddrew Mrs. E. llflkhaa pUrsm over them Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Ilia death baa raat a nil and tby bavit the Kyuipothy of Every mnua ougJKt t kavo Jrsony friends. Lydia E. Piolcham'a o Text Hook. It Is not a book for Will McCarty wad wWted captain general dlstrimUon, aa it 1 too of the Stanford High School bdse- - ball expensive. It bi free a&4 only , a mPetine for the obtainable by mall. "Write for . 80-pap- Kc. Ore) IU.Uij of lluionll.e their Me wJU attest tint of tbe vast volnrneof (I.IBB I of Glory leads but ;! 'The Path Z to the Grave," says the Judge, " ; 5 "but only those will enjoy the Z Z .. . i ,t . -- m uip Z"4: who 1 1 u c ji ciotnes irom - ' Z Jlijst week McCarty played s m We wish you a happy and pros- - m S 8! perous New Year. JJ If you have not joined the Success- - S ful Army, Begin with the New Year W J merby trading with :he 16 chant who handles nothing but up-to-date ft first-cla- ss goods, S ,nr L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. HIGHEST MARKET PfllCE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES WmI on Cmmlmin. WnUlsr Mil mratVxilsa HO U. l FURS AND KIDES " JOHN WHITE & CO. wSEw jBSWBajJK CSZfMKS, RUk btlie attTactlNo JwtX .of 1) Kennedy last week, Mr and Mrn It. C. Diuldernr of the (fotlitn Bictlon entertained charmingly In honor of Mis Ellen O'Neal Scolt nnd her lsilor. MIsk Mary Ixpan A de'lshf-fu- l AndirKon Friday ttcnlnp exenliif; wax spent and all took a tc; rvKrttful leave Thoso prenfiit Albert Scott, Annie Holtzclaw. Willie W l)uiI(U-1ir- ( rNonearIe IlutcUison. Mr J .Mnrsan. KllM (Jooch. l'rultt Tbomp- itoti, Kn ma Iloltrclaw, Sam Coorb, Mayme Wtlmot Sum MorRaa, Katie Cooch, Harry Scott. Katie Holtzclaw, (Jeorro Sudduth, Mary Ix)Ran Ander-HoClyde Curtis, Klln Scott. Kdwia Magirto AMlmot. Kddle Holtzclaw, Scott, Mary tJoocn, Dvo (cll Pudderar, Jameu Mlmot, Allle Uoocb, Robert Bcott, Mery B. lloltz- Miss Mary first shotted but mumd ll'H mighty drivtnf; now. See tine form. Ho Ik popular with tho our fine line cord tap of "robes, storm bvytt and will undoubtedly make a fronts, carriage heaters and coal. J. food field leader. Pref. J. W. Ireland C. McClary. .lll be mahager again. on All proper hlch lV"s are J)en't torget. Let mo build that not paid on by tho lSth of this month tOTJM) for you this Hnrlng. J can will be advertised and sold to settle please yon. Will Stun., Contractor same. And all poll tax not settled by and Hullder. that date wUl Vo published aa delin quents I have given all the time posrty. The L J. tnJvertey omitted lh sible, and only- wish I could gtve toore fM name of W. D. Kdrartrton, of Crab lut the time Is up for my settlement, lat Orchard In the list of new dlrcvoru both with tho state and count) W. ol the Lincoln County National Bank McCarty S. L. C. THI Mr. Fdmlaton is one of tho leading TORE 1 l.ave onend up my studio at Mrs. citizens of the Kaat Led and lll be are much alarmed over his condition. a substantial addition to the director Buttio McKlnncy's and will give lessons In china painting on Wednesdays Marshal T. Noel, of I,atollelte, Tvnn ate of thin pclld institution. ahd Fridays. Charlotte I Wanen. was ben- - th hl tatber, iter. It. II. Noel this week. For Kent. Nlco four room cottage Ilctures. tio to Holland for good W. K. tlray of Uvlnpston. Is tho and choap pictures only fiO cents tier win: nood carlen and Wirn, fwo of V Jl. and John Wlds at dozen. Frank Coruler. fcuent acres prass lot, situated on my tarn, their Uotne In the country. three miles from Danville on Pan-Ull, Catarrh Cannot Be Cured MIhh Cora .M.iy (,oodi, oi HuHon-rlllcS. pike. nnd Stanford bane And - It today. ; CUMMINS 4 wearen;, I See theirj.'special I suits for this week. prices on all Z Z" - I- I 18 ! & MARX '! CLOTh, THE HOME OF HART 8CHAFFNER o vn TlO.Vh. m unr enntint rm rrt-lth I.(X"At. I CulAr-- b ot tin ft tVi1 fir rtirvth tAXe in eur It Ou dlMM. and In l irrwcUM. Hail, caurrti Cure ut.ni to-trm&llv lUkl A. fM illrrrtlr UPftl tLe hjnd &(Hl tmlMr. Hnll CutArrh Cure to ntt ft qturft ohi1- nr ftrtr ci eter it & prrhrniihn. In tbl4 muctr n4 m a lur )rar It u rotantMnl i.f U hrt tiicilo kiHiwn. ntmtHrwd wittt ttwi tMt blooil puriQrtu matac rtirrrtrjr i Um rowvui nirtftrm Tlw irtvrt crmMiuUnn cf ttt itrodticf nth irtM5rful n-two mrrrtlirnu ! BUIU Uft rurlut ruftnn. rou l.r .irwKiKwiftw. irrp.u. v cx mi".. idiw. I J t lit M. V it toI tultonAJ dk.r irtr ut Tewmey, l'hot.o 133-- 1. prnieu iu iki lu IStll 1 am compelled to do a strictly cash business with all Many thanks for paht faorn. Guo tJillock, bt llutonilIe, Ky. fcS-- I)'etou. you Get Best Prices For Your IM At The DANVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE - common school in Kxitmiliation Poll br Drumm. ftm 7 nie iiftU 1 1 iuur iniM :w foompauoo. coumo to entering the high school in thlt, county will be held In Stanford K. C. Oarman believes, that he lias (5 .tan 27 and --'S, nrd May U 11 cow nt his place In town which Sinclcton Supt. beats A. 1. Alford s hens mt money pjoducvr Since last Mhrcb, when rnun) A. H McKlnney who T.as hhe aami! tresb, his entire family has a resident of Stanford ha-- left htlo Mru. Gar' yearB need milk from her Loulsvillu where ho has been In tbe man ban sold $61 urth betlde, government revenue service for the bear from thi ne.xi post decade, and is now at Clifton Forge, Va., where he Is In the hardhor Sale. Small stock ot dry cooda notlonp, RToeerlea, and two lite poli ware business. The newspaper there says ot Mr. McKlnnoy's arrival there: cies. Address. J. H. H. Box Crah Orchard Ky. Mr. A. A. Mciltaaey ,of Louisville, orn a bouse of 4 or f Ky.. arrived f the cKy Sunday Wanted to rent rooms U Stanford or vKtnHy. Apply lug. Mr. McJUaney has for tho past been enpaged In ten or twelve to A. C. Coanett, Lojrah areaue. the Internal Revenue Service lu Two keys on small ring. Luuluwlle, but will in the future make Found Owner can get same by paying for Clifton Forge bis home His purpose -4 this ad. In coming to Clifton Forge Is to enter well The I. Jj will pay ten cents for a tbe hardware business with tho ropr ot ita Usun of Friday. May 15, known Hrm of W. K. Smith Hardware l?W. Hrtng it In If yoofcuve Co., In which nnn b has pufifiaovd a hall interest. This tinu will later on For rent. Place of 10 accrcf, at nd known as tho be HaydenV Statloa. Will I'orter Lancas- Smith McKlnney Harware Co Tho new Hrm will carry a larger and moro ter couipletu itook ot hJdrwarc, ete, than 1 am pleastd to take this method of curried In the past, do.ng n wo!csale tecommcndlng Jesse D. Wonron, tho and retail buslnebS Insurance Man, Stanford, Kj., to thn insuring public lor his very prompt loss ot in) country dwelling, by tiro nttentlon and liboral settlement ir which occurred Jan K l&ll. ilgiied) Mrs T. M. Hoot. Jan U', 1P11 Received A lot of Oliver Plows and Repairs. w W V It's ul W. E.&PERKINS. yrs. V i CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY f c E. Hugbes T. W. Humble W. O. Martio o. ijiccB-poate- &$ l' 3a r 25 FER CENT OFF Ut On any pair of Shoes in our house Newest Stufijand latest styles- in - VICIS, PATENTS, ETC Oxfords to go at cost and less than cost. Main Stat, THE OLD Skating Rink A Fair square Deal lo Everyone BRING US YOUR CROP. ?2S -- groat many people In Stanford nud the ndjolnlng country tako tho Louisville Herald. Until the 30th day of January we can furnish you the daily Herald, and tho In- torior Journal, one year for $2.75. flits is good for renewals of jour subscriptions to both papers or for btrbY'O POINTER6: now Hibsqribers to either. Jletter Molly .nd I had a sharp urguinenl take advantage of thla offer, for It k lout tho liishcH' should he doesn't last long. washed, and 1 said if snuu put ner niter inenls As an executrix of the ectato ot iiihM in hot water MUb Tihoda LunsfoN, I will on court rlio wouldn't got herself In not wuter day at 1 o'clock P. U.. Jan. 23rd 1911 'O often. One thing certain, sho liar in front of tho court house door In no trouble In buying groceries now Lancaster, Ky., sell the following that ahe trades at Coney It Colemans bank stock: 4 shares In tho Nation Try our evaporated fruits. Everything al bank and 10 shared la tho Citizens fresh and clean. National bank of Lancaster. MatUe COFFEY A COLEMAN, - i Wtone m. V. Ktrty. Ex. Fremt DelWtry. A i afc Strictly A Spot Cash Proposition HUGHES, MARTIN & int CO., L Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes STANFORD. KENTUCKY J 1 ipu ,4&' SVinrwiiSw rMUK FOUR WJmJ - - THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL I TUESDAY JANUAKY 17, 1911. V K(-r- THE FARMERS - weetell fnircit ut alas' earth tho first to fnk nnd dli Arc nlw-ny- n J iih liolrl .niMR gold Ihr Sr Ip chonp tin- nice Jew' nvt lor our ilnnr one, . good milker, nhw throe two- - I We have not lot lint nro only parted for a while eir-olf yearling .lenwy liolt- ntul r . nil fu'l blooded nnd line etwik. IScyond tho stars In loi'1irInlit home SJ-Karris nnd llnrdln. Stnnforrt. You will meet hcr.nulmnt niulle. IiIrIi Aged Borrol mnr0 18 hand our Rlad splrlie.nm't nloo . Owner Ofltl Ret Ami when itm n mi nlnriv In that home wher tntm rcwanl la till notlcet and uiun b) imlnn lor KlTcn, J I'. KOgorn, .riiiir i:ni tier May wo know each otticr nnd togethof millet hot Snu- - 7o btmlmlH er rove, M I' taurenc, Stanford, Ky Md Amid the bloom and nenitty of hen-e8W ,ot No 4 K. V. A. will KlHtid the llnwMnit Itoan bull t $:t In Incuio. W. W. Unlneii, Stan-r1 lowers, OUR flNNUHL WHITE S0LK n Tew Konle No. 1. line tliorouRunrrd lmff 0. C. Willi- l'l'one 1431 ornli-nlntoi- HOQ RAISERS neons for wile clieflp, a new JOidibaktr and n new Old Hickory inn Cook Stanford, Ky. Three owe. It. W. Galnos, M.it.nlr Ky finder chain and Watch dt.is return to HiiijIiph. .Martin At Two w r " lst lft lor 2 'i k , I .ore and set reward. Sale (Jalni-s ,.ir old run O Hair Dorset ovvon 2 and Hred lo imported Shrop-fiil- r Due to lamb I'eb 20. Are your hogs worth ft cents per head? W0 guarantee Bourbon' Hog Cholera Remedy to keen hoca healthy and free from por cents dleae for B cures per hittd Kills Cholera, month. It Vorm, Stimulates tho Appetite, Aldq, Olcegtlon nnd causes hogs to fatten very rapidly. ThU remedy Is lined and endorsed by leadlnK hop raisers throiiRliout the country. Couio In and let us tell you about It. Sold by New Stanford wiug ai. UeiM)rt of This White Sale Marks the Beginning of a New Year in the Dry Goods Business of Danville. No Woman Can Help Being Interested in the Lines of Fabrics we Will Offer the rendition of the Nnt- - Sale Continues Until January 28 -- Ki'iinedy hold a liolfer and a National Bank and e till to J M CriH for A ioual Hank of Hustonville at Huston-Milbelfors at ? m In tho State of Kentucky, at tho Cill brought lit tjlumtn of Tom close of business, January 7th tail. h RESOURCES: ! i I Miy for ftl.",7W 0 Discounts Loans si of Hustonville , -" ' ' ' ZaSB Jl I , SS M M.,JH - SMBMBMSSIBBBBBBBSSBMSSSBBMS (.erdratts, secured and MRS. LINNIE PEPPLES On Sunday January Ut, It'll, at her Bast Main street, Mrs. I.ln nli Topples prnu up all earthlj cares, In er last Ion,? nnd rinsed deep, nfter.n long (Uncus or almost two j cars. Death ban oncj tuoro enter td i hni)i;y home and taken from the family .the .Rood .tuoUier and vrlfe She was not given her nllntted time only allowed an oxlstenw of years, but now she rexides with an puis and fine whero .me's days nro uot numbered and where Joy and ever predominent nnd whore She wa tho eldlife is eterlnstlnc. est daughter or William H. tjiwivuee dwiWii. sin was married to J. I' l'epides August 2i:, IS!' unto widen happy union three children were boin Illlam Cook 1'eppleH. age l.lue. KHki both I'epiK's ago six and llobctl Tepplos age four. Deceased Is also survived by a sister. Airs. W. 11. Goorli and brother, itobert A. who besides u fond husband and Ihreo Uttlo children are left to Stirron oer .in Irreparable Ios and In tbor affliction the wannest sympathy - c.Ttcudi'd. thoiiKH in tills d.irl: only come by ti hour eoiisiilallou firm rellancn on the Savior nnd in the belief tlnr lit does all tblne-- i veil Shi- proved u'fr to all who Iviuw hor best and loved her most :i "onian kind, tender and true. Of her It (an bo said, she was a true Christian, a fond mother, n loilni; Mllo and a kind and tliotiRlittul noinli-bo- i She rosts now from her laboi tho her work will tollou her. To the sorrow stricken ones, wo say, only fMlvo earnestly to Imitate tier worth Xiimpli . and then there will be a blessed reunion bejond the golden (:ntes ot that beautiful city in a land that Is brighter than day. There Is sorrow in our home today A shadow over our life has come: J Jr tho has borne awny, Tho light and Jo; ol our happy borne. l,o ,w on t nere 1 flr-sl- :) ss I I.O'.- i- J8 unsecured S. llonds to mviire 3,tj00 W circulation 132 29 I'remiums on U. S. bonds.. Tanking bouse, furniture. SJ)00 CO and fixtures Duo from National banks 7,SSH 9tf (not reserve afeontsl.. Due from State and private banks nnd bankers. Trust companies, and saving 17 0 banks Due from approved. ::c,5i'2 n leservO agents CUecka and other .ali ' 8 Oi? Items' Notes of other National 2,'(K3 04 'Hanks .)..'.... Fractional paper currency 2tr. ::i nickels and cents Lawful money reserve In banks vl: e call Your Special Attention to our New Line of Dress Ginghams. We Have Over One Hundred and Fifty Pieces of Entirely New Ginghams Fresh Fronrthe Looms, as Varied and Dainty an Assortment of Patterns as You Ever Saw Together. Prices Same as When Raw Cotton Was About Half the Present Price. These Alone will Repay You For Coming to Danville. Table Linens. As usual wc will show 3 great line of desirable patterns of both Irish and German Table Linens at all prices from 30c to $2 a yard and on each and every one we will give a reduced price for this sale This wc do to induce early buying. We mention a few Specials, but remember tliat all are reduced Bed Spreads. $1 35 (ti )5 Pcal'U5rwc"!t Spreads. These arc almost as light a, a sheet, but are very durable and sightly and are extra large size. Best selling Spread we ever had in stock. Extra large size Satin Marseilles spreads, were S- handsome quality Crochet Spreads, large size, n CZ t- - 114.7S0 00 Specie Legal tender notOj..'"0." 00 is:sri-pf- i j- -c Ilcdoinptlon Ibeas. culation Total t fund with LT. per cent ot S. cir1,250 00 5207.24 sr.o.OOO OOL. Uiw-rtue- At this price we will offer you choice of ten pop-o-t ular designs in German Silver Bleached and Irish inFull Bleached Damasks. These arc 70 and Linen, both warp and weft. ches wide and Pure c At this price wc offer choice of a dozen 7 u"tifui patterns of German and Irish Damask. and excellent quality. These are Union Linen Damask. Vfl At this price we offer in five dioicc designs. This is an old Bleached, favorite and the last we can get. A few Napkins to match in large sizes at 1.7" per doz. VJ1 rA C1. Q tZmmm Very ' were $l0. OKpfo vaiH beau-X.V- 9rfc 1 STRICTLY PURE IRISH LINEN WAISTINQS, PULL YARD. yu fn New Embroideries. No matter whether you arc ready to buy or not. come in in and jok at the new line of e.npiolderies. Everything in the Embroidery Line from little Baby Edges up to wide Flounces. You now liavc the advantage of making your selection while stock is complete, as many of the patterns cannot be liad later- - 44 - LIABILITIES: Caidtal stock paid In Surplus fund Cudlvlded prollts less expenses nnd taxes paid National bank notes out standing Due to other National b.'inks Due to Trust Companies and Ha vim: Hanks Table Cloth Sets. s finished in We will give you an opportunity to buy fine borders all atonnd and with Napkins to match at prices as low as U and a yards square yard goods- - These come in -' M, yards longa great bargain. three and 2 Ask to see these, as we cannot keep them on display with out getting them soiled. Table-cloth'-2 4. lil-'J.an- 00 1 7,000 00 1.141 4 Lingerie Materials. r- - . d V " ycz 22,000 00 GK! GS 1,:!G7 KS 112.1123 rjc $1.35 12 c l-2- Imported Madiera For piece of ten yards of regular pricv of which is NalnstMilc, the of Snowflake Nainsook, the regit-)1- . j.'or piece of ,ar pricc of wl,ch is $'..i:,. H'-in- $lo. Individual doiioslts subject to check 78 44 BLEACHED CAr aozNAPKINS LOOM n 18-i- SqUARE DlCE5Qc doz l:ar twelve yards of Celebrated Imperial Long Cloth. NMnch Pajama Checks, worth 81 lc. IO 1.9 x s Total State of Keutuck county of Lin coln, ss: I, J. W. I locker. Cashier of the abovo named bank, do Solemnly swear thnt thu above statement is true to IN) best of my knowledge and belief. J. W. HOCKKIl, Cash'r Correct Attest. Kd ward Alcoru. W. Directors U. Cowan, J. W. Towell. before me Subscribed and sworn-tthis I2tu day of January. 19H ' W. IIOSK1NS. Notary Public. $207,240 Towels. From our many qualities of Towels for this sale we mention a few that are special values. Towels made of exceedingly Four styles of very large-siz- e fine quality of Bleached Huckaback Real dollar value. AO C bv 9o SEAALESS FULL KLEACH- - AOr w ' ED SHEETS. 1019 PULL BLEACHED HEM- STITCHED PILLOW CASES 7c. ' White Goods. We have just opened a great many pew styles of Fancy White Cood-in many styles and qualities, all prices from 10c to 60c per yard. We mention a few iust to give you an Idea of values. FARM FOR SALEI tir many friends both near and far, i wilt sell nublk-lto tho hi ihost Orleve that this lots has conic to im itut tho golden gates are loft ajar bidder at 10 a. in., on Wednesday, Feb. 1 11 nd tho loved one. are ever passing My nlco little placo consisting of a through. I eottage ami oigbt acres of land at es pjHslug from sorrlw laying down mil's Gap, 8lx miles south of Staf l.ltes burdens they have liorne ho ford, four rnllea from Ottcnhclm, on Ottenhelm road, about three hundred well, Changing tho crosa tor a starry crown, yards from omerset pike, lino orch in tho tho soufB bright home to ard, ou placo housuhold and kitchen furniture. Will also sell a nlco lot of dwell. Wo will bo lonely though the the (odder. 2 milk cows; 2 hogs. Col. J. 4itlinnn(' il J. D. DeBORDE, AU, wo will miss uer tu tho dayal Wayncsburg It. 1). No. 1 po by, nr 0 and very- fine a numberof styles of fO'r Choice ot both Huckaback and Damask Towels were G0C. quality of Very fine quality of Huckaback Towels with scalloped edges OLhandsoraely embroidered, Don't miss these by being late. Ful1 Bleach.1 Turkish Bath Towds, size L'3 by 48 inches, oc large-size- d - 18C" T'in-,- e styles of Check Flaxon. These are genuine Klaxon UC-"and1vei- me4. Linen Pillow Cases. Pillow Cases We will offer special values in Pure Linen Hemstitched fl.&o a pair. at JUO, $i& and L,nen PiUow Cascs wilh scalloPed C1 Pr"""These have never beensold under $2 a pair. Cr 1JU 1 Several styles of very Sheer Plaid Lawns, equal to any you wij gee at Uc. Rp.Plain 1-2- Flaxon the regular i'Oc quality. Skirts-spe- cial dll I0" 12 C Auto Cloth for Suits and H value. G- cMS-$1J- t. m. K1 35 Of Pure Linen Pillow Cases handsomely embroidered 10 c- - UNION LINEN WA1STINWORTH 10 cts. 1 Qr The Famous l&pfo Gins tke Be Light SUITS, DRESSES, ar CLOAKS, SKIRTS AND FURS. at Any Price WU A tza When you py more thin the Ry price for lamp, you arc paying: for decorations that cannot add to the qtiMty of the light. You can't pay for a beaiar light, because there is none. An oil light has the least effect on the human eye, and the Rayo Lamp is the best oil lamp rratde, though low in price. You can pay $5, $K), or $20 for some other lamp, and although you get a more cotly lamp, you can't get a better light than the white, mellow, diffused, unntcKertng light or tiie Kayo. eir Misses of Tailored Suits We still have left a good stockand will sell them at for Ladies and prices. Dresses, extremely low Cloaks and other ready-to-we- carry over a single garment if low prices will sell them. As "We do not intend to it will pay you there is likely to be three months yet of winter, and Jap Mink to invest. rather than left and We have a few sets of real Mink, Black Lynx pack these, will sell for much less than their value. low-prlc- ed This tea strong, durable burner adds to tbe strenRtb and appearance. and easily polished. Made of solid brats, nickeled, ion's His shade-bolde- r. fl. ;tl Once a Rayo User, Always On ft Robertson & BRO. it The Standard OU Company (Incorporated) 7 X ?, f