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The Stanford interior journal: January 20, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911012001_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 20, 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. VOLUME XXXVIII. The Stanford Inte fvIOR Journal NO. 5. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY,' FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911. 1 A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE COURT DECISION WILL HELP STANFORD IN FIOHT Developing Coal Mine MUCH GOOD FOR INDICATIONS FUEL AT MeKINNEY. McK BUD REYNOLDS LIKES PRIMARY LAW SAD CASE OF THE POPEWELLS IN CASEY BLOOD HOUNDS BUSY IN THE WEST END l4 did Improvements dolightrully sluiat- . ft .....1 1.. .. 1h.K f.1 f uiiii in ii jiuu vuiiiiiiuiiuy. rni 816.00 per aero possession In ten dsys Tonus right. Address 1'. O. llox 82 MS BOYS WORK UNDER BALL AND CHAIN n . - m r. ELIXIR SPRIN08 TO BE IMPROVED Mr. UeorgQ M. Olvcns of llrndfords-vlll- IN CORRIGIBLE YOUNGSTERS TAK EN IN CHARGE BY POLICE LIVE NEWS FROM HUB- Is visiting his sister Mrs. A. II. FOR DISORDERLY TONVILLE. McKlnncy this week LOAFING. Miss Ada Alcorn returned Trom a The City of Htantord prnctlcnlly Mfddleburrf, Jan. 1. Neola, Knn. Jan. 15 . .... .UUu,rulo ra.se .in ntsess- dellghtrul sojourn last week with' A .KJA.-- a. won n rlctory against the Kast Rev C. T. Claunch, who was somo ,VI, , , Tho sight of two young men, one ,n Dear rendera of I. J., Telephone Company when tho 'nrohnMv nn, f?"""1: time ago called to tho pastorate of inentof some or our citizens tax IUIj. r . ,i vn To Keep mnny of yoti Court or Appeals in Kroukrort thin tbo Haptlst church, preached Sunday r-ji. week hr-phnnn company from forgetting entirely that tbero morning and evening to largo conpre- that tho ...,....n v.., c.v... u.. ..v lu.. iu.3 ween. Und nn franchise to do business In It uch ;i periiou living, I will write a gatlons. Tho members nro woll picas- - ""d Win, .McKlnncy. Among the rrlcnd from hero that et Stanford wlttv ball and chin nt thn city of Frankfort and that after AmonK tno most noted nrrHals oAcnded He wl Mnea, though I hare no Important ed with tho start ho made. tho Tnylor-Yow- ell, nuptlqls toched to their legs attracted quite a !i days' notice.'trmt city could proparsonage about March 1 last railed to material rew. Komc of you may bo aiirprlaed move to thoMrs. J. 8. Topelwell, who here waa weok. Hintsnow" or the year at Danville last week was Mr. and,Cr0Wd on Maln street Wednesday nr ceed against tin company to oust It, lie, Mr. nnd the llrst to know that while you are having so have Just moved from Russell coun- - nnd tbo weather bureau cold wave. Mrs. K. M. Yowell, Mr. and Mrs. B. ternoon. Tho culprits expiating their unless It necured a legal fram-hlsI) Vowrll, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Averltt, 'Tlmea were "Iluckskln lllll" DaTton. much rain wiow and mud, that only ty to tho O. I. Wilson placo on th Those tnmlllnr with tho case of tho Mr. Allen Uurrown of Colorado phone company nt Frankfort and tlio n few hundred mllea nwny in the lam! Liberty pike, seem to bo passing un- - Springs Col., arrived borne Wcdncs- - Hradlordsvllle, Misses Sadie Itaugli ft youngster of Rowland who has Miss Ynntls, Messrs, Henry peatedly offended tbo lawa and ordtB' can hero they are practically Indeed, their dav Junnnrr llih ami r.nnru rinn Mtin 1 HunflowcrH and chinch buga It U drr tbe rod nt nrcaenL McKlnncy, Identical, so that nil that Ktnnford will Tumor nnces of Stanford by loafing about caso Is tho eaddest that has pass., cesa now In bU gold inino. The out """Rknw.Sam very dry, yet nuch Ik tho cao for wo tbo depot at unsccmlngly hours bavo to do, will b to follow out th h9yia nni1 K,0R Carpenter. our notlcn for many a day. A nut U now nn a Hninnrfiri have- not had any rain for raoro than under A remarknblo opportunity I procedure outlined by tho court In open. With him vaa Ctcve Hammonds, n son IR year of age and said to be A target for pistol and rifle prac three monlhb and no suow at alt ao a fine young man died Saturday niter lice is being mado of tho Frankfort cure, Tor the prosecufor ibo rMualnd'r ot this month to,Wayno county product, who said that the rural route tion of tho phone company. tlila winter and have only had two noon of measles sunerlnduced br dou- - boxes on route No 1.' It la - Bccuro frora 10 t0 "00 P1" "nt. pro'hu had worked tb0 past year for far At a meting of tho City Council on arrcn nn a lonacco nana bio pneuraonU. and Mr. rooelwell and tlar offense, nn.i .nanv nrn nnw cloudy days during thu Ihm month. rv. nt 0D un Inveamcnt In Florida Lots.'v. Tuesday night an ordinance provid.foxi&o tect ana a line tract with wca' "uuckskin unr was given a fine or eight children are down with th L'ncio Ham fo thin nff,.Ba,. Dut tho meat aurprlalng thing to ing for the Bale of a franchise In Htansingle member Bamo disease. Not Mr. Jnu. W Uoslov and wiB or'01 can be bought In St. Andrews Bay 10 and ten days with the trimmingsmo In haat that c.imo up continue or the family waa h ford wju given It llrst reading: It jby l'ollco Judge Mcncfco while Ilajuable to attend tho lloyle are guesta of Mrs. Ann flos- - Co,ony for oae hundred dollars. nlll tuvo Ita final reading and pans livery lot win bo sold tois montb- nionda because, of Ua greater years if stow and look well, for 1 thought burial of tbo dead boy, which took Icy. agu "at the lint regular meeting In Tho placing of two tralng on the It would aurely pensh There I lota placfl hero Sunday aitcrnoon. MuMr. Tom Routon Is nt home on his 'adgK from tho demand Mr the past, was taxed yiZ and- tlio trimmings and. ton. Qcuncll. will then, q. fc C. now make It very nice. In but-th- a armpMhr felt, for theui in - two weelwvacatlon from his business "ceck- - Th United States Congre.'u. with nccompanying number of days, getting but of hU place mrly In the i.i late aownwheatnot up advertise for blda for th sain of a million dollard.ror drunkenness ntfd disorderly con this, their gTeat trouble, and kind "at LawTeneevllle. ill iRq man fHnd haa appropriated at night. seed neema to bo on dry aa when Iranchlse, and In this franchise will morning and backvlalted neighbors nro leading all tho nss Harry Jacob, friend at sown aro giving him the gUd hand, nnd t0 bo exPcnde1 'hero dredging tho, duct. Hammonds later paid hl9 line :eay Just what thn telephone rateu In Nlcholaavllte Friday and Islington unce posnoie. ' lo aeP aier on mo umr ojt nd rcturneu nome. manr well wishes for hU eonUmwA It baa been an Ideal fall for corn Stanford shall Saturday to Eeo hla little-- daughter D. K". Short decried his life Sun- - success la hi adopcted home. .coast. From ono to four town lot moat of tho meeting of cltlzena called Aaa wno naa tuny recovered from blinking and tbelllng and The ilay Kural mall service on the Jumbo and 1,vo ocre tracU caa ,w bouchl of fever. farmer wo ttrough cicept thoo who been afteiVoon Jan. lCtt( He bad for Wednesday night wm postponed ner recent nine Creek In falling health for mote than a load from Geneva Thla Mr. and Mm. Iteutmn Morrla return lo Jumbo will bo ltil molllh at Prices nameds corn cut and shocked. Foddur i year, untU tonight, Friday night. In order ed to their home Rt Marrowbone, Ky, bad and had been under treatment discontinued unlesH, tho culverW are placc " deatlne(1 t0 hecome a great that President fSeorso Hhanftlln, ot ter a pieafant vuit with Mm. Mor too dry to handL Survey are now being made but gtew worse all tho while, and his put in a turn condition to cross Mr. nnd Mrs. Ituford Rogers loll I rc9ortSoma may wonder If atotk water la th5 Payette Home Telephone Con ria- parent. Mln Lena fleck nccom panted them and wlU apend a month rot very scarce, after ao long a drouth dath was not a surprise. He was MUa Julia Damorson tho apfm.'lit- - Andrew Bay I tho largest and . last week for Illinois to make It their pnajr and A. U.JJtln. of lb loacaa years of age, a member of tbe piubpd teacher more of the North Aca - 'beBt aty"11 haijxw on Uio entire home. ter line could be present and luraUh Pt Hermanthere. U vNltlng at JamiM-tow- No, we havo no spring nor running Oann iiapint cnurcn, ana naa been twice demy baa gone to Bowline Oreen to 1 10r,a c0381- - Address w. R. Mrs. J. M. Hubble and daughter Mrs like, old Kentucky but all :to tocat citizens with Information Hlreams thla wvek. His Ust wife who survives tarn, a & Co. agts Stella Montgomery of McKlnney have rnr- - of fir- - mnn.ha Mr. 11 O. Cooch U confine to Ula stock la watered from well, wind' regarding (); independent system and blm. being a Miss UantJne.-iWr- - and J18- - Jaweb who was training for high achool teaching ot been visiting Mrs. N. A. Garner and bed with rheumatlim. Km . tullla do the pumping, and thu stock Mr. Jack Douglan died thn 17th with oay last ween family, 'ivu"i!r. j.r. aaon Mr Jona smjt boucht tt,c'aluoru spent a A committee will tx appointed from pure, clear water. pulmonary tuberculoid Interment to alsrays got cood quite a clever man and bis friends .... t- .. 'In ou:1 citv the meat of Mr. and Mm. Mrs. D. F. Thompson nd title I wn from thn paper uniAtt? thn business men who bare take place at Kaeon graveyard. that lota of regret to lose him rrom the walks of ntAiA McCormack.. daughter, Nancy KUzabeth, wUn com,ortable iron provemont. from ' bud their phones removed, to call on LlttlA "Marftaret IaabUa Oooch baa people are yet selling out In Ken The city council will on Monday Boylo are visiting Mrs. N. A. Garner about recovered from a aovero apcll tucky and other eastern atatea and life. nev. J. P. Montgomery conduct- - MaJu Toota0tl aBll ail resident of the city and uk or ttclmea. M tiie funeral service at the Baptist iOTJ niirht elect o new chief of police to nnd family, wttii reference to Joining lu tbo unitKt. J. It. Coleman preached ten going to Oklahoma. Now Oklahoma tnurcn Monday when tbo Masona took j,urtn nil the position of Win. II. Lair who p M (ic Miss Bculah Wallln la on the slolc ed movement to tecum reasonable interfiling fcermona to a good auul-enc- a la a fine state, but to any of my charge ot the remains, and he wm (;raw Is tho wom enemy to tbe rural recently resigned ra order to givejllsL rate by bavng thslr phones removed. at the ltanttat church Bundny rrlenda who tnlnk of going there. 1 Uld to rest beside bis wife who pro- Miss Jennie Rogers Is visiting Mis Kentucky', motto! "United v stand; marnlag and pvenlnjt. awans oC closer attention to his grocery bust. say, unless you bvn plenty ceded him to the-- erave Home years carrJers ln xmerjea. Hft MIM Martha uppi or HURtooTtlle want to Nell Newland. nQt BUfflcleilUy new. the fact that jjhldod fi rail," asttUcMarstlieryApUv waa you go. a verj" rdcaantv.caller?ln! our at money, investigate before ' Mrs. Win. Dunn hnu rtiimnl frnm ?K -- .. i. ima rfurnaii mniirns.MtA1 It Awhuc rattv j ... to the local situation, the .business town Monday Tbero haa been a btreara of people go home one set nre to M . a two weeks visit to Louisville to from a thro moniha atav trtrmifi la 3la believe and fber aro going to ingMm. Coulter, of or Mr. Ueorge. vlilt- - Ing to Oklahoma ever since long be- on Judge Lincoln Well's oroom.ige . , farm Tliei.., ... , fcPft her mnthor and nlliir rrlnllvpn. iJiy at the bumn .lndlina n minnl.. "..., ho ao.,.. h.. dale every cltDeo of the city and. counfore It became a state, so that all daj afternoon, which Boon spread to .. . . . . nH . .. vu whion and J. R. Cow den. of la bo nlac ilk- - ivd.ir nnd wire tUie week. ty to stand with thetu lu tbelr tight Cleo I'homaH waa calling on frtcndH feood land la very high, and all kinds rf other farms dolnc considerable dim- - haT0 I.iboTty. left this weet tor a stay of, Mr. Kennedy Itogers sold to Jim ..gainst un unjiikt und extortionate tel- lu Yowtmlte laat Sunday. JCJu.ate, an lncreaMt There are as ag of buslnes Is crowded fencing large hedgn . . ... . fl rw --r in piorldo. wh,.i ihpv r?ro h, ephone rate. nair. f Mix llnieni Hodapp, of Aurora, fully sis good chances In central and rence to petwecn etc. A me farms of judge Ind una J. 8. Tucker, of lrankfort. ncrca of an(1 Uia tM.n lave land interests. Mrs: Whlpp and for 1750 and one good brood mare to If not belter ones. Wolla and Mrs. Malllia Sharp- - was tUoiwan(, . wcm ruarTled lant week at (ho lumie Western Kansas , , .... Hula bod will vbilt her father. .Tudce Plnlv TlnlUrd for nr.n 1 am glad to sec the 1. J., favoring completely ruined and soitio one ntui- of MUa HihI.ipp'b Klnter, Mr. Howard FelUws Miss Halli0 Brown and Mr. Arthur ,n a fipur Tlirord at Liberty, during Mr. Whlnp's, Soutnern roau wll, M.iitby. IU win be. remembered tbul a prluu-ir-j election law. Kansas hiirf dred or more panels or rail .. , ..l.u.. .-. nho v.jI(n.i mi.. Ml .. Hodapp wna n former stcnoi:- " ..v,. fr..m ..u...u ....o.. Ui ICM IUUU .VU IHI.l'a IU 1111.1 (tUt1 well. Hero . U works Mouday night, January 53, lapher On for the Columbia Sluule Tree uch a law and . if. 01 way ouuuhuu u. tuuii i.iu i.wm-- r i.iat ouuuu). "'"" ..,, irom .liorciami. TUP rlglll . lioone Udge No. I, 1. O. O. F of CotMpsn), of thla plure. nil candidate. are nominated on tlw Tom- - ,. , ,, lto .v JeHewon Southland, of , , Qnll. , nm Mr hct. tv la ' "; " v. 1. Duncan la tuck m bl old tlrht TuesJay In August, when the We. Okla. who left here some 18 year, "" Uxilvlllo mil glvo all Odd Krllows .h" , re Jones fnr r.iv htund nl the depot. for iko has been ' to ote, he mast call Mb filends of tbo within, rent h of loullllc, olio of the . , , ..,...! id, M.-in.-""" -- oo.n, , , n, ..r... Dtirhum & Wright lui merged inter sow which ho ""' J'" neighborhood for a week or " greatest Heats that tsu been V , MheV Trl vn-T. Z -their liK.k or giMxla ami now bavc f.u tl-- ballot or the part with ,h vote to noml-Mit- more. He. lias been holding services """ B,""u ,UBl ,lBH ""'" '""' """ " ," Hi this section Tor many year. line of grocerle, fine frultn want to oto nnd can , '. .: Joh oP V .J TV h'8 8,8tC;; M"' V U the bt1cpnh only one party's candidate. The at the Vhool boti.. on tho Liberty v ,loubl lrackln wu,d ,iand, bo,h fU' On that night the first decree "111 nnd Irevh niealit. pro-(iosben hunday. Alllpgo; 1):. J V. Thompnon. .,.. ,u ...... of Klnr.'s umdldate pays no part or the expense u..,., , ... ...u ..in. the passenger and freight business In tho Mountain, wna h,i ghrn to 100 candidate 'iiu . ,),.u iuwl ...it. nu.i; called lien- - the llrat pcrty; J. A. Uunnwsiy to Heno' Cnt . ..... . tin, hour hnlner inveatmi.nt , -.. or the primary mor0 than any oilier say ue is quiie .. u uiiciesiiu prcacii nnd bo Anuory nt Sixth and Walnut, Mer- of thn week to nee lint, I'll ,n Uuc.olu count'- Address for e ion farm. who U very sick. sermons havo done er. and that his rick l.odg, .No. 31 of Ixxlngtiin, Gilberts Creek Mrs. Sallllo J. Penulugton haa reI He was ticular Secretr.. Hustonville Comraer- a good deal ,... 6od oi Am sorry to see Hint the piiccj ot will iio thu by 1U .. ..... . I U .. ( Inf. Au ....- .. lumed from a vls'.t to her daughter 1,11t, umnll K'.. n.Vii.n ui- - .v. 1nnliiAbi. LIU. I.IUU Ml n..i..ia huj nuvii (lll'AIU.'Ul, Uili.rn n tobacco are so low, when o many lu ork. Thin tcani bar. coined City. (Julio a noted case w.ll come up Mrs. E. O. Singleton. old Lincoln haw a crop or the weed ln tho magistrates court nt Ycemlto wheeler, ,. reputation for good work In tltl ,, J... ... ... . Ueorgo ltich has moved to the farm ... Mr. J. II. I'aynter of lxndon wa . ' y " "' Friday. Some six year or be bought of T. W. Hutcheson or thU desrv. Kery Odd Fellow UwUo In Air. John I'owell went lo Knoxvllle on bund. last week. He bought of B. P once, wlint a great more ofco, as the story goes, Kount nichltect ami contrnrtor of Inilbvllle pJacc Hut Jut think ludlnna ha Sunday to work aa llreman on tbo I.. Kentuck) and county Wall gave his lather In law. C. C. has returned from Klixir Springs, M , , Dm,on of ulchwona luls ltoltzclaw a car load of corn and hay whejt or corn crop, Uncoln bvtUl Invited and tt la expected that Ac N. HIh . ... nn rtlil nt. .brother Mr. Pick I'ow.-l- l would rmvo ir nil those would try aa llllliii ........ iiru ii.lt Inli ufmrtK -. 'uwn. lie nun iirraiipea r ;...lor ,ns.aVnr,, , ,.io MnVnln :ind ll4f. will be present.1 lit tlierti and in working lot tho 4000 member tull ter dropped a heller enir. Hntter U ft .mong Ilradv oC. they did thU mluwl Hi. rill l., I., n ,noi- - nnd l.nu much needed iiiiprncnitntn hard to ralio those ns SpeWa! arrangement liau been. made N. Galvani Friday Night n,u ,)e v1 Ml.ndld 12 fioon Mr lMf n0tUciavv .bought oi lJ.iiloy tnbaao, and would be an actual bene- - sold two calve fnui her. A few Uu'm vliu the ruiimaui and intcrurhai. .MIkx l.orinu Clirlllnuiii o' Dan'illu (ill modern Improve UolUclaw a gooti ro1(, maro. mny. Instead of KitlsfyliiR l weeks sIik-- Wall went to Hatter und building with OREAT HYPNOTIST TO BE SEEN iiles no that eer) member who wish-- ' npunt tail wi'iik a the ftvcxl o! illss lit to so " ' iw ninior, Mrs Jolm Tralor ,, dauRllU.r '''C'"U"'B " " Kbit. IN STANFORD AGAIN. mn do fi t.rntid Stre Maggie I'ox. rt0 to atlwiid Wn her -;'"'""" " Wishing the 1. J., and all Us rend- Fmnklo Dot, wen. Hut t Stanford CtHikrum and W. II. Uttly, t!p.nd . Mri- - Fannin JCIiiuninl ir l."lnton -. ... i fTrniiin- j ii u I - Sturda .......run'. Calviiiii the eminent lopnoa merry Chrlsluins aim a nappy uie row outslile tove her to his barn iiiiiiiiiiufii,iiii.t Secretary of liuliann will be proRcnt.1 Ik with bur mUI Mi. HoIimi HiiIiKV ii Mini locked her hi. Il.itter went' to a made n strictly modern Health resoit jigH jlti i)llURboiiy or St.iuriird tit. mul mind under wl.o will fill u am Itesp'y. NtfW Vtinr. ll the graud lodgo ortlcerh of mnglstrato and suori out an order or mid nil the Iniprincnionts wlll.be un- - S0I1J,1R (t fuw days hero with bur PUB'i'i'"'"! t the opera houso Frl ului U .ttr lnlinilHtiie evrhiun ipti-lor- . m. . ui:ynoi.ds. liae betit hulled and will be ny ,ho BU'"J"ls,0,, " Mr' Ml'Koown brother .Mr Bruce B.mgherty. has succeeded In cretin UtJ"t'onstbIe MwIon'Sltacnn1!"" Itooue Itxlke If the oldeM nweiit n . Prof. K I.. Crubli in Xtiiifnrl ,, ,,,, IlulNlctaw the usnnl interest, and will n6 doubt , J"e fl' Proprietor It M. exccuUHl the imp'"" by luUn'g Acn Mountir the Allegheny iiis.i on bualiiefm tuiil .1- '- Xin. Nnttinln Tlierc lh io P Hubble tow In possession. The caso U et we bespeak n libeuil patronage and Cballe l.usk took their lobncrc V Miiiblli)hel Fubru-.i- i diniiar wi(b lux old ui.'l Mr bui.ttj huh. luting something about (inlvanl's woik tbul Tucsdai, nnd promken to lor Dink Jnrinnn who lost hi home and ovep jn 'ntorestlng one ak both p.vtier. tlu jts contents liv Hie recently tit imh IbJS, l (Iraiul Sire ,'llde. I'hlllipH nnd wile. him tho supcilor of nil demon The sale ol Klimaiid lU.uin. W1W Mrs. Fred Moser who luib been on bntiids ntrutors or his art, and those who at lye fnuiider or tho order Floin lloone Mr. Cnleb Johnson wbu dim betn well attmuled slock .r .11 kinds " tu t"nnk '"' "l""UR the sick list Is getting along nicel) ladgu oauitt nl) nf the oldvl- lodgeK lu paralyred slmiu weeka his performances to scoff, Tv reporteil hot- well, ugctl mules brought from 3T0 to I mom-d- . , lend both white and colored for their holp tll8 WTmng l.juUvllbv I ter. We notice that the People',. Tobac- - in the hours of their greatest d!ttres9( i J(r rh1 jjjunnciej. 0r Haydeii Sin main to marvel at tlx: truly wonderful Jjyo, theep from ?3.50 to 5.50, milk ncomprehenslblo real performed IJoono Unlgo alio established the The Sunday school toanbciM of the cow 8 from IM to $37.50,. 1 Preston co Waiehouse Coiupanj at U.iuvlp- WU npk,, the Ixird to bless tho givers , hnr. KrIdav ln thu iuureit and show-fM- l Its apprecbitlon or the pre?- . As this I, h!,. ti.ii.l unpearanco new NV rier in Indlanji by..iaUUi.tliiR Nc" ' Christian church .will, hold, icho lave another big bargain In a r ji, reopuR TODacco mule. enco. or tb ajrenu ;..!. naro brought i . .. a. .. 4. "lll.... .11 w.vt .pricen have been reduced to in 20 ib:my ijylM No. 1 in New- Albany w nrr ri,,r bottom farm ,. ., nl Danville. u.j. '"- - t I lueeuiib- - m iuo .(.ivuiiuu. !... per nead. tobacco companies who have been In P1C"11"1 fur und 30 cents. clay night ut 7 P. M. They want toi good up to datf, welling. rine( ,,.pu ,acU.rby Wio has been .Itk attendance at tho tobacco sales there FARM FOR SALE! nt a lusiuoqauie make their Sunday school u Iron. BACK Vtace, ,Ua moV(J uy uining mem doubtless highly noiei jargei luiin tenant mouses, ciose io. n Unclo JaKe A wowx.m in a and t will sell publicly to the highest rank one. All Koida school nn;corn ana to- - I Bolloo(. ,,; iij2auetntown. TliU chttrca ' nil MDiwriuul I M.tdcr at 10 a, m., on CUT IT OUT 6 DusfteU are invited lo nt.'eud. nalsW - to Arhe, and paM will Disappear i4Utner shcaren has uiocd from was uerharm all rlcht and of course tiaM0 wnd Wednesday, Feb. 1 '11 if the Advice of This Stanford Mr. Vllen McObord U uou-- a inem-'y- . plcaslnR to thos men In broadcloth corn to the shock last season. Prlco RaTAlnit. (ttKtt t0 Mr Cltlren is followc-d- . tv nice IlltlH ptico conrdMInc of u bcr of tt slcoal cant in tlio Soiitli-- J nnd ovendies, but somehow while S5.500 nnd t"rma eav. Call or write Th fellows that ralso tobacco B1U CawJ naa moTNj t0 tbe houhc va rcadlwc of the affair we could not AV( n. Wllllama fc Co., quiet, iv'tago ahd elgbt aorea of land at ern " K womau's back has many aehea Havo planned to cut It A out. I cated by Mr. Shearon. help thinking or tb groweru of to- south- or Stan Hail a Cap, i.lx rullca Mr. and Mr. Fjed CUim of Pllnols, w L S0ja g()U t0.T Jt )unMBq bacVo. who made thu salo of tbo weed nun1 wer ctU4 to and parns. And swapping news by telopUone, Moet times 'tis live Kidney's fault. piru. four mllert rroHi Ottealielm, on wer.1 th guetts ol Mr. and Mm. lal.o par- pos-lb- le and wlm were compelled to Mltehelsburc last week to trail llllgb rates haw cut It out. u pilr or j. Jvlr'0w mules for VXi. kidney ache. Backache is road, about' ttirea hundred Clctn tbte week. by and j A aankin bought ot Danville S rtJnd MeHtor seo tbe product of their ties wbo bad brokan into rait read That's why Duan'a Kidney Pills Tho merry Clink of Jolly glass. labor little or nothing. Why iipot Tn9 lra WM jrda from owervet pike. Fine orcli lrof. Gfuubs ixsgau u iwy BCtmol nt promptly euro it It out. hli law has mare mules tor KSW. not iipttMd a Ublc for tnemt It would nid, on place household and kltoben Moreland January Mb and naa enroll. Jwrriuc tp Many Stanford women know this. a bfMn n, ,K'U w u siQm taught at JVanvllle not ro.t much. Just a chap affair "" W. or. ,ner Head what one haa to say about It. uell n nice lot or liiruHurtv Will also ed is pupils to date. would da off ttw wlno and Cozatt and the nherlfr will do thu jVar w nol80 rauie for ?15. Mm. 3. J. Hubben, Laacaterf Street Tbe gtr- - nave cut Jt oot. oiider, U rallk cows; 2 hogs. Col. J. might dentil- - iest. ,, orand Irton of Somerset was! other dnlntle. Thoe Mr, jragjrio i.mg Viiiooi: orauiisStauforil, Ky., ay: I know that rb-- j hlh oW tl.neo wc used in bave. I'- Chandler, Auctloser. b,00', hUnd W"" Ca,kd Eoan's Kidnej- - Pills herpedmo and I tHU B(J naacut H wL of Jl llrittDg XM" cd a Loyal Temjanco McKecbnie last wot.!; JSfrt i. D. OfUftO, hes It aMoreland JK.hool Moil', .,, Ct ,lanUlu went downi to Homer, l3Wrbooa nsar Uba tberetere, have not the least My kid--- - he atrong seat or Sunday panto, irtre them hay and hominy, they '" tbo pia)y Waycesburg K. D. No. 1 luembertf la the Trnj 'would m sallsliel nnd appreciate It. uon. A amoko house broken laio and J!.S. In TdUordred them. will nold fc0, an day tbo out. on Monday. for somu tlme.L "K U80 ulAhlii,j Bllver, gold and dtauoud v r.ankin aro ut homo' hoAiUKn many or tbem nre hungry thttn. hams, on shoulder, two aides and though my condition w.isj not scrl lut If you tell a good start Joke, FINE PLACE FOR SAtEi $uxii atul ' game, and one saeh of flour waa Ukn. Tho ous. 1 was ncviirthelwa annoyed a yMt fool cries eut It out. dunus r,om ,1 to sell toy farm, .It have basket-bal- l I have decided mhMC tk,y haTe Ut 1? "' My back ached, almost con- - j, w I. eat dwU. aorjendlx aid wHM.lir Id. aid ,lu nuUw w UlrtyAy. It Iho old wltbm tan tbtaU tUhi matter ttomn I Tbe aUerlfr btantly and Bomotimw 'Jieca,mo p Ttve .. r. icinr. ,nu Mu eioo to Jetrers. half wiles .. cut It out. barcalii. ConUlai 80 arvit ihe achcol ln ka.Inc a lloo cowuiencn. M. Aces at effort for COUCH MEDICINE. know3rlhoreataBrt.lia4'1Wn 4trtth Utm that Jivymi a groat aUo other These, are cutting times I tell you. at 'uiid. baa on it two houst. ono ment In May, when Prof Onibb. ra- - toDacco al panvllle Tuesday, we didn't A' RFLIABLC family tno to stoop? Tlwire was le a valuable rriena. hJieya fjfgcired attention. a low for high iarn tue ptjCe. syraptoma of kidney complaint that And trwaias still cut tbo aweepe, of lour rooms and oa of two rooma pecU to.gTadunlo .I I S,,?.M,m."S -t Bn?..iuV.u" train No. I ou the Southern caused roe dUtresu. rch using Doana put BtBCn Bw'opa has swiped a dia .u. ,uu tobacco bain 30x54 ond other build-iru- t Hcaool IJUfTtfS WC Vnii 4? ViIMIKZl IUUMT, in, Olii nfr vtvf qUtAiy. il KU....A4 - UiuiiMKi ft ,. , v' .'"" irniv. mood. nctMaary, I- - acres ror cultivating liooka bard to soma but it Is fair we'SU Hastoo. Pa atate: Several mem last weeK ran imo jai.0 jMa.wH mil intnH -or my lainiiy oavo oiea cureu uorso wagon wiw coa4 ai cro. Tnnna.a- nni M.nrn. --r J h.alth Ho Bwalw it. Ikits. for keep. t?f? PARSON'S POEM .A, GEM. euppose. batanciv In tliubor, lino water, ii V " t "7 Of bad cough and coMa by tho use wiled; now, siaub VTVB haproved I ncar Moriand baa 4ml ftac (land. lu flight M school I.Va.ru l!u II MtitKantvill of voter How and Tar and I am Alllutii I wagon .but did not eerlounly hurt Ito either acute or t&ro&lc kWnoy Vur aaIa hv nil dealers. Price Ski. i...! tv. ii-v- ,- kt lod nad church. ThU placo la suit ... tin. l.Vir Rnif..1 1.4 icm lei. oa Malu ueVap without a boltld In tha bouse. a Ca ftilfalo. New dlxirdr. fwr aaaoTtM and palaul K othea and relives tho Irritation th boy driving aad eatlaa ciiee. -- u L. TVMArf ablif for two fainPiee aad U a bartio Pill. rhTo such a healtb KeceKv. ,vw. k. ""' liTIIT Uu.iiUIIUj llPil 7 Ti' K Ml. .KrM..M. . thn throat and l. t.Bw , aom .& U" t ,vn,r. .1. ua wo tMoetJlA iM In hfMiu. nlrU ulutld ..Jl. ctaia iliate wsr at the price, Better coao to soa mo U otovr klada 1 tt a re-- ' Ice4d . I .tav. 40ws ... a . . - v m Kemwaixr tne name yoaa-rotfvo tried tt vain, Beautiful building slto for residence. m..- mwory uw ww V. W. Kratcaey, lasncro bout ft qutii aad 'Paa- - BO" uuu dr. Knscy cobib ti.re" NWr? RpleB g SUafortl Hoal Eatate. MOO. K IX r'o. : rltarntd, at PoaajVi Dru store. ABLE REASONTO 8CCURE PHONE RATES MEET AOAIN TONIGHT Ten-nensc- n e Inner, Jnn 18th. Tho coal mine on Ihc Tanner placo la progreKBlng very well nnd they hnvo commenced to tlmuer the shaft nro good for n and tbo Indication grXKl inlno nnd It will bo nuneclaten surely, the nwy coal has been naid to got here thla winter, for aorno reason or otner. Our band Is getting along fine nnd nro preparing for nevernl outdoor conccrta during tho Rummer soaaon nod will erect a nlco bana Mnnd nnd rIV a concert every week Tho boyn liavo ineir inmrumeni nil paid for nnd will chII on the public for donation to build the band ntnnd an It will liven tip the town In n gre.it many ways and will always bring out n crowd i.nd will bo n help to the buatneH men (n many waya aa many people will come to town to do their ahopplng wneu mere la mujuc to iisun too. Mla Klda and Mamie Jacob vlnlt-erelative at Junction City rlday and returned homo Haturdojr. Mr Norman True baa purrliaacd tho Hippie place at Jumbo nnd will a farmer toon. Dr. Singleton loft a good milk cow Tuesday by being killed by train No. d o FORMER LINCOLNITE TELLS HOW WHOLE FAMILY ILL IN BED AND WELL IT WORKS IN THE SON DIES J. T. 8HORT 18 NO MORE SUNFLOWER STATE. liustonvllle. o fi-- .rz's: - '?" - "r vr -i-r-- a- i..u". 1 - ninr 1 - - - .Is-bel- -- -- 2 qui b. ""'" Ceix a n d. -- rat. ti :"" .... ,.c. w-- au. re' 'P. 1 lnictt --. At r. l'rkille, ,., .(. ,,,joHM,,h. ,. . .,.. ,.. nb. m ,.,.. ,.,, nin miu -- a .,-- .. -,- 3eu o .,,b.n . '" ""'.'. J" ,,., 1 "I . ."". ,,,. .,;.: n, ,,, i.,, , , i,r.ir U..M. .- Mont-uin.'i- ... .... V .h ...,. v ,7. '" n.Z 7 h. prf,,0Jn J", par-quit- Urn-luck- lax-pa- y nat-Miu- Josctkn l:uni.n. 1 " - J"-"'w- hc-r- .v.. v. ,..... Xe . ..i .!. ... 1 "A J0.ffi ""'.r. '" "h f '" - Ken-i-iek- i i't - bi-e- Jr .h" - llu-lU- "lt I '"' - 1 rSSS t. it,xgt0. "1 tM ate !! g ii - ',,.,,,,.,.. K3tli.r.-irli)T41- .... u tj,, HIM! "' " CtU-nbei- u I,,, .,. "" Iz-ay- o fve "" - lth. lav. lw ol. n j ttmjeara c,' i.jnna jj.t SSr Sr $ pl-a- (oj .... ?$ " " iT vui-wti- y '.,.... ,., ..'"B. 1- .. . .nn, thu. h. k.. .,, .... J ........... waa : T.- I'.j """ "y .. : . FTBter-Mllbar- .i lj loaM t7.V " a :. i. m. a ,'4l?X'! Mw' 8il,,r .,ZJ.?TlI?ZHil7. w iv. T" " -. . in 2. THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY. JANUARY 3.15 7 20, 1911 .Fads for Weak Women ill Ninetenttii anery tie ol Ihe otnt day by ol the afckneia ol women U due to lomn tie ranilement or distinctly feminine. Such sickness can he cured It cured Ji. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription directly on the orfana affected and i at the lime time ijener! reatora. It eure Irtnale compUinl risht lo the privacy til home. It make unnecessary the disagreeable questioning, examinations and local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctor, and to abhorrent to nery modest woman. to the ymplomt ol We shall not particularize here those peculiar affections incident to women, but those to their symptom and wanting full information meant of po.Itiie cure are referred to the I'eople'i Comnewly revised 1008 pa mon Scne Medical Adviter Edition, sent frtt on receipt ol 21 ooe and cent stamps to cover cost ol mailing tntjt ot, in cloth binding (or 31 (tamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y. It Makes Weak Women Strong, Sick Women Well. It tet tire Ionic (or the whole system. I n -- 4 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, I ORGANIZED IN JM2. CAPITAL STQCK,S50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modem Safety, Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account, i OFFICER. J. S. Hocker, President;, S. T. Harris, L H. C. Baughman, Cashier. AT. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper ff. R. Harris, Dookkocper J t; STANFORD, KENTUCKY J d BIRECTOML F. Reid. M D. Elmore, . J. H. DauBhman, M. Pettus, l. II. C. Banghaan, J. F. Camsint, S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, W. H. Murphy J. 3. Hocker. J. CEub.nl. C. R. Coleman. m CAPITAL Lincoln Countv national Dank Of SUtKord, W. KtRtMcky; $ G0.000.00 50.000.00 $340,(HH).00 M. BRIGHT, CA8HIER, oUKilaUb'' KjloOUKUsuo 8. H. SHANK8, PRESIDENT' J. B. PAXTOtl, ViCE-Rgaj- 0fj68TER. Shanks Stanford: s ASST. CASH W. O. Walker, Stanford; J. B. Paxv.n Sta.it;!; Geo. W .Carter Stanford; A. T .Nuanetlcy Stanford; Ll'burn Gooch Gilberts Crok. E. T. Gwnlcy, Columbus, Go. W. M. Mathcny, Stanford. DIRECTORS: S. H. W. M. Bright, Stanford, T C Rankin, Lancaster. W. H. Trayior Olio-inCreek; K. L. HubbU Lancaster: W. H Shuiks Stanford; W. II. ProachersTllIe; OLIVER PLOWS THE BEST The Oliver Plow Trade for 1910 was larger than any previous year. Another New Stock for 1911 has just arrived. BUY W. H. Higgiiis. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. STATE BANK CAPITAL STOCK . & TRUST CO., KY. $50,000 STANFORD, Officers: President Vke Presidents Cashier Assistant Cashier . lnlvldUal Book-keep- . C. L. Penny, -- J, 8. . . iiiiiiillllXIlIIllIIl! 1 WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BU8INE8S. W. L. McCarty. Rice, J. D. Eada J. W. Hutcheaon . , C. Hays Foster 8. A. Phillips . ! FREE a 50c Jar of Palmolive Cream Wc have a regular sizo Jar of the famous Palmolive Cream tor.you. It yvon'i cost you q cent. Cut the coupon from the Nov. is Brina this coupon to our stoie and do as the ad directs. We will then aivo you absolutely free a full size jar of Palmolive Cisam. which wo ordinarily 6tll c cash. You'll find this cream the most delightful thing oE its kind ever made. Harris. Walter, 1 acre Uivtns, Josh, town lot Hays, Mack 2ft ncres Jackson. J. 8 , lackey Will I.iwIb, Jonah, I 3.73 White Hustonville 2 9"' Established 1872 S Armstrong, Tom ". ncre 3.75 ' . HtfiuMllet, W. S., 2 ncres 12lui 9.20 lloskfns. K. K. fi ncres Publisher UrnmlenhtirR Hardin 115 ncro iH ELTON 8AUFLEY 113 ncres .. 6.Nu .V70 Johnson, .Mrs. S. Thos N.ll. 133 acres . ."0 Kopaxe, Will Helm Bo ncres ... 6.S Carson. .1. K, Nit. 14 ncri, 4.20 KelRer, Omtz Nit. 90 acres IVEIIY TUESDAY AND FIUBAY Clark, Thos. Nit. 30 acres l. 1.35 7.R0 KniPRrr, F. Nil. 10 ncres Clarkson. . J. Ukl. .T.1.25 Compton, Mrs. U, 2 ncres . . . 9.10 Loruii, H. II., lot POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Coulter ft McAnlnch, 2 acres ... 5 00 i.yue Lumber Co., 190 acres . . . 6.85 3.35 3.7i" Manuel, Jack, N7t, 112 acres ... Coy, James, J100 7.40 2.55 McClur.-- . Mrs. .V A., H&L Haughorty, J. li., 42 acres For Circuit Judge 60 acres ... 1 aero 1.80 Napier, Annie, Hi Duvson, Tho Interior Journal Is authorized. Dinwiddle,John, 22.55 31 aero-..- .. tleo.. H&I. M'vllle.. 7.90 Napier, Mrs. N. as n to announce Charles A. Hardin 9.00 ncres 21.26 Ullrh, (lotllcb J. 40 acres candidate for Circuit Judgo of the Durlwu, J Mrs. 1".. J. 10 ncr-- .. 3.75 3.40 I'll) up, J. L., M acres nt tho tllrdler,hrs. Thirteenth Judicial dlstrlst, 5."0 Pennington, Mn Jennie 42 ncrs S.35 Mnrgaret 1 acre loctlon to bo held November, mil, Inrden, Sam, f.O ncres 2.20 IVnnlnnton, .Mrs. S. J. 85 ncrei 15.90 of tho Dcnio- - Kenuey, Wm. Nit by I. Shelby .125 I'eunliiktnn, IC I... II acres subject to tho nctxm 6.55 Shoes-sho- es 4.60 Ood, 4.95 I'elrey hrs. ISO ncrei Lair, .1. n H&L Moreland Mm. Nil, 10 aeres .. 1.16 5.00 riaviorth. Ltcpcr, (). S Nit. 8 ncres And now comes the Courlcr-Journn- l .. 2.16 7.0' riutuer. D. II., 41 acroj acres Lucas. W. C. 12 6.00 acres ".9f. I'rle. It. V., 1 with a that James cer Lucas. (Jco. li., 1 aero 4.50 llanuAv, Tbomns, 160 ncres . . 5.25 Mason, Mrs. Jane 72 acres tainly ban the logic on his sldo In hit McAnnua v. J. P.. Nil. is.oo IteynuMs, Sam , 95 ncrej . . , 39.30 ii.f'5 Iteynolds, Afcford, bal 31 acres 2.60 contention that the Democratic .suite McKInney. .Mrs. Itebocca ll&L. . U.30 fllnsloton hrs 40 ncros 4.76 MUUi, . W. Nil. H&I a blinks, Mrs. K. J.. 7 r ,1. D., H&I l&ccutiro Committee bhould call, 7.90 acres . . 10.93 HtelnberRi-3.50 Utelnascr, A. 60 & 35 netoj . 3.76 lot senatorl.il primary at tho time of tin .Moon-- . D. 22.25 Stewnrd. Kllzabotb, 200 Teres .. 3.35 . H&L state primary M"y 7th. Whether or Newton Pros. Nit aeres Turner, Wiilter, 73 ncn-7.85 Patterson. Lee 90 ti.&S not Jarmw ha the logic on his !lrte Illee & Turner, llorvlrwid HAI Crab Orchard Coterd 730 wo havo nothlnK to remark now, Itont. J. R, lot J3.75 3.35 lluchnnnn, Jas., 42 ncms having expressed our views ou that Ilussvll. llertha, 1 aero 5.1R . .50 llllfort. I.llllp. NIC. IS nrr. CO acres Schwab, John 2.20 question In a recent Issue. That there ShlDman. hre. R L. 40 acres.... 2.20 Uuest, Dave, Nit, UKlU nuest, Jessie acre . . , . , 3.75 270.60 Is any democratic logic uowotcr in Shore. J II.. 300 acres 3.75 i.t.i HlKs'ns .Oh 1 ncre acr.. 16-in12-i- n accepting ndvlco from Buch newspa- Smile., lira. ML H&L Morvinmi 14.25 Monkv. Julia 4 3.40 ch Z. IV, 6 or the Smith. Mrs. Kilnacres 1 act pers on the Courier-Journa- l Nllos, Oeoririe. 2.15 aero 2.20 Hpaw. Ml Owsley, Alts Next Ceo. Klnc 1 4 20 Dam Me Advocate as to what a demo Taylor. Mrs. Mollle, 50 ncres ... ncre ... 3.75 31.00 cratic committee shall do In such a Tnylor. J. D., 50 acres 2.20 15-in- ch i.w Illce. Afarr. lnern acres deny. VuuRht, John, lot .Moruiami nifltter, we most emphatically 2.20 6.10 Htowurd, Annla 2 .. Wllchcer, Ian, 1C ncroi V . . 2 20 aro really greatly surprised Uiat Ycum, Thomas 14 acres 4.23 Tucker, (loo. Ann. 1 acre 9-i- n hltloy. Alarr. 1 ncre '. 20 either of these sheets has the effrent- Hustonville Colored Llrt 4.,a Wavnetburo Whltr Mat cry to mention a democratic senator Alcorn,' I). A., 1 acre 15-in- ch calf-lin- sd 42.00 Ambrose, Wm.. lrto acres 60 ncres ...J 2 95 ial primary in tho presence of honest Alcorn, Martin, 4.55 . Adklns, Sophia lot McKInney. l.su matin. Kinky is acres democrats. Does cither of them U.ilUv. Thos., 1 aero 4.63 S.tS Bauer. 8. A., S ncres n.45 s.vii Heck. O. I'.. 75 aeren think that the people of Kentucky Itnldoek, Lucy, lot H vine . 190 Uenn. JI. S. Nit, 50 acres 3.4U tnat both of them re- Uright, lieu D 2 1 acres havo foTRC-ttc3.90 'nmilen, Isaac hrs. 100 acres 3.35 .1. TV Nit, acres fused to support the nomlneo of the llrlfht. John. 1 aero Xtii 'rivinn, Kov Nit, 17 acres .. .. II r own, . 9.60 3.7. 'oloman, O N, 85 acres last democratic senatorial primary Urown. Mat lot H'vllle . KU'j Da'ls, John 60 acres 4.60 held in Kentucky? For the sake of Ihiiton, Loo 10 acres ... 2.25 Decker, John 60 acres 8.35 lot argument, t.uppou thu State Execu- Carter. Sullle, ncrvs H'vlllo Du.Ii.-mii- . .1. W ., 32 acres 3.75 3.60 Cloyd. Jolin 4 tive Committee should harken to tho Cloyd. John, Nil, I aero . . 2.20 Hulls, H. II., Nil, 100 acres ... 16.00 r. fin 2.20 Hooch. Clay J.. IS nerns cry of Jastca and his henchmen, lll:o Cloyd. Maria, 1 aero ... ... Hover, J. W., 72 acres 3.95 Courier-JournaAdvocate et nl. Dcthridse. Howard, 1 acre tho 2.75 Hrltton, T. H., 70 acres ... 12 ncrees .' 3.75 con- C.lvlns. Francis, and call a senatorial primary In 2 25 HncrnruT Rent H&L Klnps Alt. . 5.15 Jlvlns, Cnndico. 1 acre 7 10 o.'Jo nuKijaru, w. ... 70 ncres nection with tho state prlmtry In May ISoodc, wolf, 1 acre I 75 2.80 hicks. Dave H&L Kcs Alt What assurance would the nomlneo uf Cray. Wills, lot H'vllle Hortmi. J. H.. 7 nrriHi ... . J. Will,. , a state senatorial primary havo that IllPKins, Orocn 10 acres ... .. Amelia, 266 acres 20.75 acres 7 s.4: Hall!nK-rHonker. tho Courtar Journal would not en Hocker. Llirle 6 75 uuirneson, Jno W, 26 acjvs legis Hocker. Hanlson, Nil, 13 acros S.00 Jlnklns, Hub 20 acres 4 20 deavor to defeat him before tho horsey. Airs. Idn Nit. 63 nenw :i 35 n lature, Sill turn Its columns both edi llunn. Kd 1 acm H II.. 140 ncrer Joues. , 23 acres ... . . U.S5 Jorman, torial and nows, to the support of a Johnson, Oliver. 20 acres . ... 6.00 Ktu, .Mac. Ml. 16 acres "4 Henry. republican, as It did after tho last Jones Henry. 1 acre 3 75 Lucius, Jas. JI . 35 ncres . 13 90 .Martin. I.ucy fcol) Nil, 53 urrc 3.35 senatorial primary In Kentucky. And Muston, Hud .1 acre 11.23 Ueo. I acre. . 4.Sj Alaybricr, J. II, 10 acres what nssurancc would the nomlneo of .vlcCormack, Rowan.Jr.. acre 1 3.7 Alcilon, Kublii 16 acres . . McKInney. XT of lUTl,,.. ' jf- Aloore, I). M., 15 acres . . the primary havo that the editors . 3.6" Morton, John, a acres 4.76 Alason, Thomas. 40 acres . . 6.03 setho Advocate would not entertain Oliver, Charles. 30. acres "3.7." Owner unknown, O. W. Jacobs some personal Rrlevance against him Owsley, Alex 1 aero 118 acres has possession nrar 26.3 P.itton, Wm.. 130 acres and brassaly applaud should some I'atton, Xuwinnn, 11 acres . ... 9.00 Waynesburc 4 33 alHie I 4i' a.oo I'arker, J. C, Nit, 92 acres misguided Democratic representative Illffe, 40 ncros ... rj, C 0C 1 acre . . Jas. It., 50 acres . 2.20 violate his pledges to his party and Boss. Henry. Nil, 1 . 2.20 I'otrey. Hobt. 1 acre 2 90 acre Singleton, people? Wo havo confidence that the Smith, HillJessie H'vllle 3.75 I'etiey. D. C. 27 acres 7.75 H&L I'enelmijcii, Corol 100 ncres Democratic Stato Esecutlvo Commit Smith. Marcarct & Tolver. Mllllo 8 So STIRRING TIMES. 3.90 PadRctt, 11. H., 36 & 6S acrps 26.90 lot tee acted In tho senatorial matter, 6.60 l'ogKenbnrR, Sofia. 125 acres . . . 7 00 Smth. Will, lot H'vlllo (ioivar Vrrparntion u r on as it believed for Ihe best interests wo sre having In thu bulMlug line 2.20 Heed. .1. J. bal C9 acres . 6 in acre Thomas, Julie mr cluhl when It vn ilrfprrntrh of tho partv and tho people. What frice. Mitchell. "HcKinnoy 1 acre 5.SR Keynolils, T J.. 30 acres 3 35 We carry a lull lino, or lime, piastur. liiimnll.tteljr ill with I'nrunwalix inay'decldo to do In the future, Tucker Kd 1 acre .". LCX lllce, W. T., Nit. 150 acres 4 r.o ever It alter tlw feconil uiiplitutltiii mj tcrnont and everrthlnc Im necdsU D. C, Nil. 34 ncres 220 Bins', 6.0c )i.i)r.in cullrJ nml flnilint; no and wKatcver any real Democrat Tuckei. Kmbry estate, land for building, Krrtlilnc purcbas4 Itllley. O. W.. IS acres . . 4M great nn improenieii1 orilrml it. may do, we do be- - lltrdman, Annn, lot H'vllle thinks of what it here will be tojml of tho best atiall. S.7! Kusscll, J. It., 92 acres Wethforil, Willis, lot 6.4" Tfieehill recoirml contiiiu.iticr Gc Sinfileton, John 20 acres Hew that it of he Is RoInK to stand Welsh. James, lcKinnu. lot .. ty and the best for intended purpot 6 6u C J llkj'h LKJIriiggM, rapl'lb Smith, J. C. 82 acres 11 8'. or the Advo W.'l K.ul M. Mlrgl.CO.t, I'll, Crab Orchard White List ,"Ve will snte you trouble and unn for tho Courier-Journa- l 10 ncres . 5.50 Spelple, Jacob estate. W. D and Anderson. Adiocate assuming to dictate to Anderson, Dave, 24 tary expenio by sending to us for an HAVE IT IN THE HOME BUY 17 acres t, 95 . 3.20 acres democrats what they shall do as estimate Anderson, Minnie 8 acn-- ... . 2.20 State linnk & Trust Co. rids Iti-lAll Pralll.u SI. .'.(I.. 3.'.. senatorial primaries or oth- - Anderson. Arch 20 acres his. SO acres 126 1.15 C0MAN Mt0ICLC0 DUKHtM, N. C. 2.8" 2 9 Sualdln?. J A . admr 5 ntris A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. U.ieliliii:r, Unbbls, , ncrts ter party matters. t.tfi.liif, Kt.it nt.tl.l t rot I'Hiltl ,"..", . 1 53 TrowbrliUe, II. L.. 33 f. Uakr, Susie 2 ncres acr-- s .. 3.75 '02' Iltinier. Hill. 2 aoie ... '.' LM llllams, lirnnt. Nit, 40 a u . 2.20 ll.istin. . II., 40 ncros .. Lost- - Small pocket bible Beturu Wilson. J, W . 40 acres . 4.15 i UeleheU J M . 66 ncres .. 10 95 t.i lYanccs 1'orrainey, tiunfonl, Ky, Vounu. 1 O, UO acres . 29.0 llruuglitoii. W. M.. 93 acres . 7 7! 12 6C Vounjr. W. O , 60 acres Chiipi'h-- . Jac , 48 notes ... FOR TAXES. W. ar In position to do nil kltult ol . 4.90 (lark. H. C, 30 nerei A sprained ankle will usually disi luch m lllttflc Work. 13.00 Cornier. P. AL. H&i. can maki uny thins from n able the Injured person for threo or nnd. In (net. 10.65 Crow, (Jub 130 acres houiodnwiitoat.net pot Wa win amm. four weeks, This Is duo to lack of you promptly ami icuarnntc nrt-olJohn, bal. 65 acres .11 Curanuns, Mra Ellia 45 acres .. .. 2.1 work proper treatment When Chamber- txtorvand material. 0ll a,nd Krt our pnei 2.20 jlenney, ynu buy your nitrlnl at l.nit , 3.7fi Denney, ( C, 24 ncrea lains liniment is applied a cur0 may W . 15 ncres 14 0i County Cqurt Day nt 2 O'clock P M.. Dillon. to arfectcd In threo or rour days. This 3.7" I win oner to me nignosi oiuuer lor Disbon. W.. 2a acroi liniment Is ono. ot the best nnd most Stsnfon!, Ky. . 3.75 cash so much ot the following des Detanvy. Henry, 32 ncres rcinarkabto preparations in use. Sold 15 CI cribed property as will pay the State, Elmcie, M., 40 acres by l'enny's Drue Store. County and District School taxes for Falkner, Ilea , bal 70 acres . . . 3.00 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! 4.00 French. J. W 8 acres the year 110: , WE ABE PAYING TO DAY FOR Cay, MrB. Snruh Nil, 46 acres . . 6.30 Stanford. White. I cn turnlib the publle.wlth the brtt. 56.55 Hens 910c 11.90 Guest, J. W., 4s acres Urunanburg. II. K.. 123 acres wall aa th fivah.it of out nowen, plant, ot 4.85 all kind i. bulb., pottod dowari. on thori 73.75 HamlPton, iRanc 40 acres Bright. J W.. H8 acres C3 Boosters nolle. Alto ruaka tpwlalty ( wr.athi 14. IT) Harles, Mrs. Margaret 15 acres 1.35 & L.. !Bham tt Brinks. tor for rmaarsl punof. 3.75 Turkeys 12.13 8.80 Harlo, Wm., 15 acres Burge, W. A, I seres la CMDHtlin With U.abor, I hare all 3.10 No. 1 bli.cl; 42.77 Helton, Allen, 86flcres kladCof .taklr oa haud at tMioDiUr Crigor, 5. H. T6 acres skunk prloaa, .. 3.25 u.76 Helton, Jesse 24 acres Cutaralas. D, K., 37 ncres 7Cc--l 22.00 Short fork 4.M Horlen, Kllza 100 ncres DaJton. Bkell. H.&t,, Itowland OIIHIKTMANOKRKN HOUMKH. 14.25 Long En 11DUT1AHP, fBDII Ends, Tom, 30 acres 7.1 HoMam, W. T. 475 t fork Hlnn.r-.fi- i , ,k? 3.13 20 seres Knrmer. iMint-cMink l Camores. l'rank, Fall WiirtK h.95 acre tliUion. Q. V.. 3 Ooodo. Mr. Mary H, H&I. Stan B.S0 all. 390 Martin, TaWtlia, 15 bctm Uy nvar fall en4 wtot; stucirfss at Marc 0. W. K. B. 116 ncreo ... 3.90 now ready for your Inspection. They PettTSOS, O. W., C acres . . . 3.75 i 'vlLI?dBflBhhhhLlSvliFJ' mr Br .. I. PIttmnn, Mose, 2 acres n. . . 3.35 jr i 1 e i comprise thd.bost on tho maxkeL HTrwr . 12.15 Kogers. James, 11 & 0 acres AN INSURANCE POLICY HAS PROV can suit any. ono as to price who tun 12 25 Uiublraer. John 36 acres PHONE 153. EN A LIFE 'SAVER. his clothes taado to order. A suit Smith.. Sirs. Mettle. Nit. 5 acres 2.50 i 4 TB In a financial nay tor many a man. made to your measure U preferable Steward. A, P.. Rowland lift I. . .. &a.rn Welts. A. N., 71 acres of t ready made clothes. And It Is a quick asset In ca To-- tun Stanford Colored. flro that oven tho althlct appre- then) made to measure doesn't coit Uaogluasa, kMcbard Br. 2 acres 97.06 4 75 ciate. If you aro not Insured you nre any more UMi ready made wbei IiaugnuHX rjlAtt, 5 acres 3.75 taking chance that no prudent man qoallty and m to ltriabt. T)a I acres Cams 3.7S Uright. M, 1 acres fhould. I Live us Issue you n policy la eaul let as OLk rour saeesara. 4 4o Cook, John, II.tL y and provo yourself to belong IL Us Practical Tailor I 7i Dawson, Ham 1 acre to thn prudent class. Tomorrow you 2.20 Carduor. Edna. 7 ceres in 2 2N Jlvlns. Kittle may not havo tho cfciinco. he Interior Journal Wlnilcy. Wethers, Kl I'oli. Hftti 1 acre .5(0 Holmnn, Mrs. Clnudy H&L.... .00 Holmes, D. V., 190 ncres Hopper, Tom, 40 ncros S.lf Hopper. W. T If. ncres . . T., 4 acres 4 W ilopepr, r0 ... . . High -Top . ... ... M t, 1 1 The next three months arc the coldest, wet" est (toys of the year. In justice to yourself Shoes .... 2 .... .... . . . 3-- 4 .... . HL... . 7-- 3-- I. Warm you must have as Near Dry as it is possible lo buy. Of course we do not and cannot guarantee shoes to bo perfectly water tight, but we do know that we have the Very liest made. s ........ 2 .... . 2 .... ....,, ... ... . 4 ... . . . . .... ... .... ..... A 9 inchJHonest Mike that we have been selling at $4 we sell now at $3; a Mens Ease $5 shoe at $4; a Mens Ease, a $6.50 shoe at $5. ..... Witch Elk, a $10 shoe at The of same shoe, an $8.75 $8 and a shoe at $7; a Honest Mike, a $5 shoe, at $4. Now these are are the very best shoes Ti obtainable, wear you louger, keep your . l, .... .... .i feet dryer than anybody's shoes. At these prices you should have good shoes. rr. 2 H. J. McRoberts. 1 King of Externals GOWANS .... Stands supreme under every (est. Feel cure, keep Gowans in home. Gowans ways conquers Croup and Pneumonia and your doctor assents. 2gJP I'-t- . . 4 . ... 1 57-1- 6 s . . . ... ... J. SHERIFF'S SALE Monday, Feb. 13, . & CONCRETING . . . Mt-rrrtln- . . We Want Produce 11.25-11.60 PHILLIPS BROS., It ti ...... 40-5- 0 3-- 1 30 Nature makes the cures .... toi Sittlic$ -- ... HL .... M'O after Now and then she gets into a tight place and needs helping out. Things get started in the wrong direction. Something is needed to check disease and start the right the system direction toward health. H.B. Northcott. - T. K. Tudor. Mgr. iji. anaarjrf'. immr sniarac a IUit. Hays. Will, me Helm Broa.. 30 ncres 4 t.w 3 t:u & i"V TO 1 Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with hypo-phosphi- tes STANFORD, Vjfr- NO W. S. FISH KY. J.L.Beazley&Co., PHONE 200 wzj FOR THE RIDER Is tines. sues ot Uood HousckeepinfrPncifjcMonthly.Rcd" Book, Woman's Homo Companion, c. Ladies' World, Uncle Remus' Decissuesof Peoplo'sHome Joyrnnl, Delineator, Designer, New Idea. Blue Book. Green Book. Nov. 10th Collier's ycMy. Nov. 5th SaturJny Evenlnjr Post Nov. 6th Illustrated Sunday Magazine and Associotc J Sunday Moflszinc. Mafl-nzin- It's en lirelyncw and has all the quality of Pblmoh'vo A Soap, the queen ol all toilet soaps. Look in the magazines (or the coupon. Bring it to this store. UO STORE. ogan, Maria ... 1 vgan, jnmoK, lopan. W. I. . to 1 aero Ivonnn. VHtn. l.jtle. Hob Uli' Crab Oth horo Miller, Ceo. Jr., acres Mill ens. Jess e. 3 Klwsley, llront, 2 acres I'.inninn, jonn, - aer Wess. l atie Hmlllu Hobt Hmothers, Carry 2 2 acres 1 acre 10 acres f ncres i.' nnue 10 can do just .1. C. McClary, Jl. 7.r-:v- tv .. '''! this. 8YMPATHY " 2.95 4.:-.- It strengthens the I or drlvor ' ho buys poor barross .ipii , .... 3.7i - if ro 4" 3.75 oo 2 76 4.93 nerves, feeds famished tissues, and makes rich blood. rOB BUJJ B.&4 Mo.', Itecai BY r i 'ai . r r a '. mi 1 (' iXLDBBOaiSTU Bktetv-lloo- HEimi's on HUwn WiC'U. bra. I acre F L. HAL Whitley Ulllf, 30 .o e Bid ( r aa4 Ul U. for eat 4 OblM'a Uak coaulu a Oo4 Lwk hM. SCOTT A BOWNE. 404) Ftai) fit, NcwYorii UmUNI B.iIm htnk uu .(twtanre .th 'i iitk 4t torn ..( "nlr honestly msdc nrd niiupss can ho bought u is n iiMn's own tho rUk of buylnjr ilSofeSS-SffiS- I "aiiraiaa " T.rr.Ai-lfe-ixuir?ihii.-7X-K7:zr - i I catalogue, l'rolll anil buy yolir J. C. Mc CLARY, Stanford. i ' t" itktir nn 'I'lione 187 Cmbamo r KY-Office Unilcrtasers and Embalm Also Dealers in Fur allure, Ms'ttings.Riigs. Tbej will exchange Furniture for (- -,, all Kinds of Btock. rhein Call. Trices Right. ara. .' .T-M,i BTANKORD, He's 'Pttouu SIANrCRD. - KENTUCKY 26. X-- - l. 17 - J FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911 THE STANFORD. KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. fe Hpeclnl fountain pen for school use Mrs W H Pennant went to Danville r, cents, II and 11.25 nt Penny's Drug Wednesday to vMt Mr Hutcliln Htoro Ml Corn Nitnnelley has gone to ('orbln whore she Mill visit friends PER80NAL8. Mrn. (I. W. Martin and hnndsomo lit tld on have returned from Mt. HIT U, H. Ltpooiininoo Jr .loft Thou ling wlmro she nttended the wedding day fbr Cleburne, Texas, for a vlxlt of her brother, Herbert Coppngo to to relative and prospecting tntir. Mis Allln Mnson on Tuesday even-InMr. Joseph Coffey continues to HAS NO SUBSTITUTE PUBLIC SALE! tin inn i DOCTORS FAILED. RESTORED BY PERUNA. r I'-- . A 4r Vhlpp has gone to Flori, of Mr. A J. The many da with a p.irty of Caney friends to formerl) of IIiIh county, but now look over somo property they own a resident ol llovie, will lenrn with there. Whllo away they, will eall on Iilonmiro of his recovery from n sovcre K. C. Walton nt Orlando. During liln attack of pneutnonln absence, Mr. Whlpp I with her folks MIm Mary llruco In visiting Mis nt Liberty. Ophelia at ('ran. Orchard. Ilev. J. .1 Dickey has gone to bit old K. P. Owsley of Columbus, (5a., Mrs. homo In Klcmlngsburg for n visit of n I the ruit of relatives here. w tleo D. Klorenco attended tho meet-In- f. weeks. Mis Sara Hundley leaves In a few cf Uie "young republicans" of the days for the, Ht Catherine Acndcmr, rtato at Louisville last werlc. at Springfield. Mr. and Mr. James M'nrty and A. I. Ilrackett has move to Hnnce family have moved to the old .Melton-er- t Hell county, where ho will engage In Ills boys are there truck gardening. reshlenco on Knst Main n mmhf kmkktg Mr. and Mr. Novln f'arttr hare workinR on the extension of n I all road Rmyal 9rmmm taken tbn farm on the D.invillj piho Ixing-toMr Marvin A. Adams, of Ormmm mi rmrimr recently occupied by V l Ixan. Mrs was hero with her mother, Mr. James Mencfco, of Knoxvlllc, Nevlnnd this week. WAUMJ.MILIMEPHISFHATE Mrn. w Con Hell has been moved wag here thin week, for a fe da)s (from HnrrodsburK U tho home of auXferlng from a BcvrocoM. her relative lie ra Jessamine county SHORT LOCAL NEWS Mm. Menefee who been quite nick S?ho Is still In a dangoous condition n u d h eonflned to her bed. It h with torwllltls ban recovered. lust received a frefn supply nt .ill Mr. J L. Hutchlna and family who feared that she can neer recover lleazluy l Mr iiml Mrs. I)gan Wood wt taper. J L h.iie been residing near ParknvWn leave for Hrownsvllle, have Liken roomH nt Mr. Kltk's on Deit companin, owest rates. Innnd other points In Texas. Kast Main In t.unvlilu, Mr. Ilutrhln They will be Rone two or threu sure your property today with R. M. will cpntlmie to manage his InrRu weeks nnd will stop several days In Ntwland. New Orleans. Danville Advocate. farm. Tim subject for the morning e mun nt tho Haptlst church will be. "Temptation.' At the ewnlng Ice the subject will be 'Christ and ' .I'icodemus. Mr. V. W. Iru-nd- s Itay-den- mi Ew,q40 ' oil I. I' Catarrh of the Lungs ,'li M, I will niter ut imliltc am Hon ef j my liomo on avenue i,u my Threatened Her Life. lonn liouyehold nnd Idtehen furniture, one The Path Of Glory: 2. -- By tliiRs, window blinds nnu eurtslns, , hooks, some new fenthers, ,nnd u few plw of antlnne furniture I Term r cash. MRS. LAURA HUNDLEY. tpK-tures- 'stand. coal oil stole, 1 iri, kitchen safe, n tot prmenen, I folding bed, I wrillitt: defck, I book enno, l ward rone, I wnsn ook stove, iron kettle, I I I ehllfnnleri, 2 water neti, mat- - s mn POWDER n Absolute! Pure MWtW it frvrn A great mnnj people in Stanford dud tho adjoining countr take the lUulHUlle Herald Intll the HOtli day ). January we can rurnluli ou the c'.ui Herald, and the In-- t irior Journal, one for $2.75. 'I lti.- H good for renewals of )our rnli'rrlptlonn to both papers or for nc ubijrtbers to ohor. llettcr til.e advantape of this offer, for It ('oen't laflt long. Iul1lle r Perunii, "I had several hemorrhage of the lung. Tho d.Hitors did nut help mn much and would neTcr ha vn cured me. "I saw a testimonial in a Pcruna almanac of a cum similar to ralno, and 1 commenced nslng It. "I was not able to wait ou inycclf when I liegan ulng It. I gained very slowly at first, but I conld rte that It was helping mo. "After I had taken It a while I commenced to rnbj up a stringy, sticky substance from my lungs. This grew loo and less In quantity as I continued MIm Mnrttn I'orler, llralnlree, Vermont, wrltesi"! havo been cured hy Judge Wise: - APK VOUft DRUGCI8T FOR THE 1911 PERUNA ALMANAC A i tu- - tho treatment. "I grew nioro flcliy than I had leen for a loug tlmo, aud now I call mjjelt well." , 1 hi of the Mtste nl 1 will on court day at 1 o'clock P. M. .Ii.n. JJid lfllt In front of the court house door In Laneaster, Ky., rell tho folloerlut; t'link stock: 4 ch.ire in tl.e N.toa-abunk and Vi harr In the Ctlli n Hiitial hunk ol t.aDumtcr. Jtatu Mirfl Itlioila As nn etecutrit l.unsfntd, I lequitit of u number of pe lnrd lb" Hermor, ,.. Hi. ' ,ii. iti,:i church Munda.i nipht Jan Ml t.a "The Killing tjuTdHia of iin Wi IIIIIIIIIIPIIIIHIIIIIIIM. I t t i frwi oi eet Tin. ItbUiiK ."wen m- - ini.Lf(l, ' Ih. pt.tiT Uua'it'ui . w Jl f i;mJ i; d'l. '.r.-nnl- r.'t(..t oi M'iVlin d, ptiblh lker V I hb. . 1 fl the cliuica ri, rpMntel to pr'vmt Tne t; Jbe 'letiires (!o to Itowisnd for and cheap pictures only r.O cent doxen. 1'ranh Coidlcr. ot: tordlelli Iniltea. TAKE t. M t'ti i NOTICE 'The Path of Glory leads biit Z .The Famous Rstfb mm us itocfUM m? v- - atltw, U&tprty on the It, cannot Acker. You Wfr tirtnn lone you wish M n.voucytt MSef the Riy light wttirout stnln. tH9m.& Ihkm. &lftayofhrctawaifc,soft, bmf wi It hret k( iictwif tht beat light of til n , 1 L Tie Sp AAMrliaia Rayo L4bDrM tovdced; taA Ihdur ;h you pV $5 $10 or $30 for r (asiui. vou mav vet more exncstfte MroBfik rtttmliTorid er niuvnu rtnnnt alMda eWteratr adds strength and appearance. Obc - holds the durable abade-hoMon Arm and true. Thit nunn1! Jtyoilycs. Oa m hrtr A Ryo Urf Alwajr .w i1 i Viiif(nn,4il'iwMW W The Stanaard Oil Company (IafVoratl) :ji START EIGHT w sic I 11 We wish you a happy and prosperous New Year. If you have not joined the Successful Army, Begin with the New Year by trading with the merchant who handles nothing but first-claup-to-date 1 IN i ;;: ss goods, J3$ ft m L. L. SANDERS, 8: It m Crab Orchard, Kentucky, ft) Corson's avgBSSBBB-- ywi Get j.1 m You At The . '..e umler. IkSoiI, belli,; policy 1 or S;ile- .- Small rto'k ot dry sihm1 holder of .IfHee V, Weuwi, ihv In . notions, grocviie, and tuo life Atliiilire Man, .Stanford, K., in (lit Address. J. H. II. Ilox iai rectiiit Klng'rt Mountain lire, fake C'tah Orchard K). . l!ueurc In recommending him nnd the inKipftnlt'e r'"prei'nted by him loj Wanted to rent a house of 4 or f. u.e muriHg puuuc lor ms unu ine nhon in .lnr, For land, good location for the right man rooms ln Stford or vicinity. Apply picuipt attenton ind lioeral stcttle- A- c- - Cormclt. Igan avenue. inent of all our loisea. Apply to Mrs. PrlscHlIa Ilrowp, More-1'- " Hlncd Murphy A: Acton. Signed M. land, Ky. V ound Two kcj's on umall ring. U. .Murphy. Dated Jan. 17, 1911. , Oumr can set anio by paving for Don't forset. Let mo build thai this ad. -4 KILL MORE THAN WILD DEAST8. houso for you this spring. J can The number of people killtd yearly r'or the second Hm within .i eui by Mild beasts don't approach tbn pleaae jou. Will Stone., Contractor I'1'", tfoiao of Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Kelniid Hullder. vait nnmberr kllb-- by dleus germs ley at Ktowh Tcrtn, wag burned to No Uio la safe from their attacks I am pleaned to take this m of j'hc ground last wick, Tho fire broke They're In air, water, dut, even food . 'commending the tamlly got out Hut grand' protection Is afforded by Jesse 1). Wearcn, tbe'out at night-anlusunipcja Map, Stanford. Ky., to the i Mltiiout 'savins anySlng, barely eacap Klectrlc Bitters, which destroy and Insuring public foi his ery prompt Ing with their lives in their night gar- expel these deadly diseaao germ attention and liberal settlement, of ments. Mrs. Kelley Is well known and from the sycteni. That' why chllN, Ioi.h of m country dwelling, by lire Moved hero whero she was Miss Nan fever argue, nil malarial nnd many , signed) daughter of Mr. aud Mrs blood dlases jleld promptly to thl whli h occurred Jun. 0 1511. I M. Hoot. Jau 12, It'll T. 1). Newland, find cverjone will wonderful blood purifier. Trv thorn Mrs sympathize with the popufar couple and enjoy the glorious health nnu new strenHth they'll give you. ffoncj The I J will pay ten cents for : In their troubles. copy ot ltA Usuo of Friday, May 1 back, if not satls'lod. Only CO cents 190U. Driuff It Jn If you havo one. It'll mighty cold driving now. 8ee .it Tenny's Oiu; Store. our fino line of lap 'robed, utorm Catarrh Cannot Be Cured .ront, carrlnge heaters and coal. J News has been received hero tha' t wtm LOCU Jirri.lCTTOV8. v lhy rauiot tru McClory. Hobort Harding Waters, ablest win the trat of the tJbTav. aunb M a bkml or roewth tuttoiul dlnrai. and in rura It jtu miut ta&e Kent. Nice four room cottase of Mrs Ithoda Waters hns Jut been lntnial rfmnik, llaim Cilirrt (Mn U ukrn O upon the bioorj and nucmu teroaDr ial adu dlrr-Unot a quark ttl' Rood fiai(len and Warn, (wo promoted to the position of private fforfiera. 1UU Caurrh Cum It waa prrcnbrU by v ol tna trrt acres srasi lot. situated on my furn. eecretary to tho lleneral !l.anacer f In t&la country for ra" a&! M a rrffular prrarrrpttoa. tonlra anown. romblnn It la fompoarU af UUi three miles from Danville on Dun-Ill- tho K. K. & T. railroad Company nt wrtti th bft bioi tmriam. actlnc dtrrHly on tho located ZVi prffrrt combination of Urn mucoua rarfafra V. a. St. Louis, tv hero ho has bet-pike. nnd Stanford two twfTWIDla H what pnJurrn pucb woewJfrful n In the employ of tto big "Kntv" syt.-terulti in mrtniE ratarrh. SrtwJ for trltraooLia, frt. Tewmey, l'hoi.e 133-- 1. r j oiknty a ix) 10,100.0. for about four ears. The proftoU by Drartiitia. prtcr '5r Ti IlaU 1 staLy niw fr roruttpatlon. In 1U11 I am compelled to ln n motion carried a mne.ise Hlrlctly caeli hutlnes.s with all. Many lu salary, and will be good news to thanks for rxtt finorrf. Coo. Uiltoek, the relatives and many friends of the S8-llustonUle. Ky. brlglit voung man b.vck at his o'J home. Stanford boys nlwajs niaki will sell to the hlRhent nnd best good wherever they go. blddt-i- ; nt the back resfdenee north ot railro.nl on I anctuter Stdii.oril, ESCAPED WITH HIS LIFE Ky ou Saturday January 2, ins years ago I fnced an "Twcutj-onmy household nnd kitchen turniti.ro ivviul lonth." nrltes Mrs. 11 il Mar tm. l'oit HsrrelEon. 0 C. "Doctors l(libiar-Have splendid solid oak said I fad consumption and the drcM tl rosier and .vUmih rhnir fohllnR oed, iul cough I rod looked like It, sine I tried everjthinr, I could htel ranfie hcatin,r stov.t and iiiiny euoutrh . other useful artlcleH. Piano o sell hear cf, for my cough, nnd was under th treatment of the best docto- - in iihately ilecrsetown. S C . for n ear. but Salo will begin at 1 I. il. ivrins could get no relief A friend ndvlsed W.j.RANKIN. Wp.. mo to trj Dr Kink's New Discover cash. I did so. and wa completely cured A. CARSON, ftel that I owe my Ilfo to this rrcnt Ncwlaml son of Mr. mid Mr.--. lhio.it ard lung cure, its positivelv Owbkv Newland, of the tfaai End, lia O. ior coughs, colds, and all accepted a nice position as MencKrupii broi'chinl affections. T.O cents & V nt Penry's Drug fre or in the olficett of tho Cincinnati Trial bottle Southern railroad con pany nl Ji.m-vllFOLEY'S KIDNEY PILLS i a apiadld Are tonic in iicCloa. quick ln resplts Mt cpccial me4lda for all kidney anil jtoltk tfinu and hth many frtonJi ill Mary C Abbott, bladder dsorderm mlBh him eueeea in bin new wnrk Wotfeboro, N. M, wvysi "I was afflicted with a bud cao of rheumatism, common school duo to uric acid that my kldneyi failI'hciiminatlon In rnurso to entering tho high school In ed to dear out of my blood. I was and back in tms county iii be he'ru lb SUiifGi.! mi lnm was mv feet. Joints to step. I agony for me that U .inn. 21 and 2i, &d May 12 IX. O. ued Foley's KUny Pills for three Ringlcton Supt. daj a when 1 ww rH to get np qtA move rfbeut t pains were ill ono. This great change ln condiKor Sab1, l'ure bred white Wyan tion I owe to Folev's Kidney Pills nnd dotte roosters dustin strain. 1 each. recommend them to any one suffering as I have." 8hugars & Tanner. Mrs. L. V. Nunnelley. srv poll-tlM- rentv-lllucksiui- ih to the Grave," says the Judge, J ! "but only those will enjoy the m J trip who buy their clothes froni S UUMMINb&WtAKtN, - -- 2- i See their special prices on Z suits for this week. all- - i 2 tbI ZP" Pi ! New-land- KsHTH I st t? ' 4TORE IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX C'.pTMH rr fci mrdl-clnt- p bt o i I I Just Received A lot of Oliver Plows and t i i 1 FreshOysters STYLE. SERVED IN ANY 1 ttri I e THE PEST HEiglL l EKlTffflHT Eepairs. vi vU vL- - H. Restaurant. rop. r"5N 1 W. E.BPERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY p 66S 10 1 giuu-ante- I P. Hugbcs T. W. rrumble W. O. Msmi a4 25 FEE CENT OFF On any pair of Shoes in our house Newest Stuff and "latest styles in r - I I 1 TOBACCO WAREHOUSE u. amV ids 9tx- - a . 4 Maia Street. ' THE OLD Skat M A fair Square fieal to Everyone BRING US YOUR CROP. TAKE CAREI Ueniem'ier that when your kidneys ure ilfteti'd. your life le In danger M. Mayer. Kocbestcr, N. Y trouble started wltn a sharp shooting pain over my back which grew wnrso ilully. I felt sluggish and tiled my kidney action was Irregular nnd lr frequent I started using Foley 'b POINTERS: Kidney l'Jlls. Kncn dose seemed to "Molly nnd I had n sharp aigumcnt pU riore life and strength Into me now am completely ktout vlnfc the, KHsbts' stouW bo un4 better I anl stronger thancured and for years put nor feel wnshed, and I said It shed distilIn hot water njut utter moalt FOR 6ALE OR RENTI In hot water 2U Qoro farni en good p(ho aud noar rlio wouldn't get story couupo goad town f ofton, Une thing certain, she trouble In buying; groceries now rooms below and two above, two good that she trndea nt'CofTey S Colomana brng and all other . necessary out Try our ,oyporutel t rulte. Everything buildings. Pl'co well- - watured und fenced, to splendid community and Iroen and dean. c'o L. It JJuj,bea will sell ihap, CQFf EV A COtEMAN, . 'Phcne 1M. Prcmt Dellvwy, or W U llcCarty, StanforJ, KyJ Bays-vMy wm btrsva lorsll erpeclolly courteous treatmonL t-- TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS on Fourth street I Dm now lect stable In Danwith the best to see yo'i at ville and will b any time. And M show the hidles eqtd tt4 S D. F, LOGAN. I VICIS, PATENTSij.iETC' Oxfords to go at cost and less than cost. i Strictly A Spot Cash Proposition HUGHES, AARTIN & lin-u- 112 CO. J u Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes STANFORD, KENTUCKY ! J'AOR FOUIt THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1011 JJmWriffllfiP'l van American and Simpson Calicos At Sc BELOW COST! FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY! Fall and Winter Goods Must Go. .. ' COMMENCING ON SATURDAY, JAN. 14th, AND ENDING ON FEB. 14th. in the Fall, it Has put our Business Back, and On account of the Tobacco Business being at a stand-sti- ll as we keep a Clean. New Stock, we must Cut These Prices All To Pieces and let the goods go at great loss THIS IS YOUR LONG LOOKED FOR CHANCE. RUBDER BOOT8 2.00 Now 1X0 Now This Very Large Stock consists of Jlothing Shoes, Odd Pants, Hats. Caps, Coat Sweaters of all kinds and sizes, Dry Goods and Gents' Furnishing Goods. SUIT CASES I n 17 CO j I ill Cases nt 5.00 Cases lit 4.00-Case- s nK Cases at Cases at 5.21 .....;..., 2 00 Cases at nt at l.f0 Cavs I .IK) Cases at TRUNKS. .! 4.481 4M ttant nr 3.00'boots Boys' nt 4 l..'0 (loots 0A at . . .13.88 . 2.SS . 3.19 14.00 2 CO 2.00 at at PANT6" I2.9R . 2.68 HANDKERCHIEFS 50c Of All Kinds 39e CORDUROY 3X0 I'anta 3 00 ifinta J)C I lan4kcrrAilels ItnndkerchV s '...,. Z.jtgj ... FELT BOOTS rants nt at Uc M at SLIKKER'8 FISH BRAND S3 50 BEST .$2.48 2 34 . LPS . MAKE MEN'S SUITS $17XY 16,48 13.9ft 13XR 9.9ft 7.98 6.48 (landkcrt-'blet- 5c Handkerchief) at LADIES' at HOSE lc Sc c SHVkers SlUOci-r 3.00 2X0 Ullkkcnt nt at at . ... $r..00 Hults r.t 22X0 Hulls nt 18.IK) 20.00 Bulla HulU 'J? . ' i I 4.00 Felts at 3X0 Felts ajt 3.00 Felta at STOP ! Shoes at Panta at HATS at John B. . 2.2-. 1.98 1 . 1.4.S In Cotton, Wool and Fleece Lined 25c Stetson's. .'.J2.9I1 2.78 18.60 Ttunks at 7.f0 Tninks nt . ti.Ou Tmnks at . 0.00 Trunks ht . 4.00 Trunks at . .t S.CO Trunks at . . ...; 3.60 pef pnlr, all wool at 3.79l 4 4 48 v 68 298 2.88 2.9R . And think one moment at those price I Anyone, can well afford to buy now at tfi.00 Hats at these prices.. You are the WINNER 2.50 Hats at and we the LOSER.. Wo have to do 2,00 llat a this on account of a poor fall business. 1X0 Hata at THE HOUSE OF QUALITY 1.10 Hats at fJLOf I tats, dow 3.5C Hats, now 15c Quality' at JOc Quality nt 1X0 Kcnrfs Quality at 2.J5 scapfs Ladies' r&00 Scarfs nt 1.0J ScurftJ 10c 8c lk: s 83.25 'lubbers at 2.00 Rubbers at 1.50 KubberA at RUBBERS Solid With Buckle and Cloth Top Suits at Suits at $UI Wo have 200 odds and ends 1.79 .98 JO64 Xy fclch aod from 119. All go now 15.00 13X0 10 00 at at Suits at ana iieniiemen-- l'.lKMtubbvrw.at 57C" '.... In All 1.98 1.4 g at at X8 .7S ?L&0 UNDERWEAR BLANKETS f,..00 per pair, all wool at 4.00 per pain all wool at COTTON BLANKETS $125 1.00 fs.79 3.19 10c quality; very ad heavy; now go at, per yard All colors. 12 l-- OUTINQ CLOTH LAOISS . SHOES ...8c Lethr fiT'J 2.29 1.98 1.68 1.19 i.w iHinnent at (X0 Garments at .25 Csflment at .... Banket-a- t Hlankets a. COMfORTS, $l..r.O Comforti at 1.25 ComSnrta at '. 1.00 Comforti at ,sox All goods are just what they aro represented to be. If not,, money 'back. cocaqjit . Cme and look before you buy. We 25c So at are selling you new goods, not old luc'Hosat Boo". 'Cc Sox at ..i FLANNELETTE3 AH Color. GLOVES quality; cow V'e nnd 12 Sc Kellinr for. per yard 11.50 Gloves at 1.(n) Gloves at Flannel, formerly sold --SO moves at for 2c and 35c per yard; now , 19c .:5c Gloves at ht yard 0 SHOES 8c In Patflt.VkjLGun MetaLCalrVanOTan 79c U Shoes ttow Bboes now ......,.-2.?- i 2.343.00 Shoes now 1.9S 98c 5X50 Shocsl nenc 1.8W Mc 2.0Q, Shoes now 7itc I39 1SM 8hoe at d.()0 SbMH at 2X0 Panta at 2.00 Hhoes at 1X0 Shoffi at NECKWEAR GOc IlKS Fleece Lined Garment at ,, Woolens .. 81.18 98 .79 Ituhbers at Ituhbcrv at ... . at.... 1 to 14.41 BOYS"KNEE SUfTS 110 7.50 HulUi at RX0 Sutta at 01 "" Suits at - $UJ Ci4S h MEN'S OVERCOATS $14XS 12.9S . 4.48 H.7S $51X0 Overcoat 20.00 (rtercoat 15 00 Overcoat fJ9 VESTS Some In Rainproof, Collar.. IT IS New. at oi at UX0 Overcoat at l?.W Orercoat at Suits nt Suits at W Suits at Ms W 3.S0 have 100 of theM 7X5 5.00 5.98 with Presto lot. Bold from 12 to 97X0. Co new at.. .$t.9C ODO PANTS Of The Newest Deln r. oo ...., In broken ..... 2.7S LIS PAMCY BOYS OVERCOATS Tie at Tie at ..39c ..10c COLLARS 10c 9c VeaU 3X0 Vesta 4.0 J.W) Vests at at at ,.... Mena 2.79 2,15 1.48 2.8 $8.00 $7.00 K.00 ' ,.... ,.lc lOo nV.. ,39c 15c Collars 10c . .. 3c fUO 12X0 Bhirta at 2.00.at0rls.ut 1X0 Shirts at 1.00 Shirts at XOJPalrtaat SHIRTS Woolen and Oreee Wrlrte . at Collars at ' -1.- VM Vesfci H' ....?. at ... at ... at s.. COAT SWCATERS CWCoaUat 400 Coats at 3.50 Coals at PHOENIX $ 11 Coats nt Ccatt Coats ut MUFFLERS ro ...$4.9.1 2.98 3.48 3.48 2.9K 2.7S L00 I'a&Ot 3.50 Pants 3.00 Pants 2 50 Panu 3.00 Pants lnts at Pants at at at at .. .. at .. at .. . UM 2.DS At It 1X8 l.'S Men's now n(7W 41 m, ) S2X07ow at .'. .'.OO'Noa' 1X0 Now W-Now SL9I 1.48 ........ ...v I1.M .50 Mufflers Mufflers at at BOYS' ODD PANTS ... $X9 . LEGOINS H.eO'LeitKltui ant Ju 5V Lesxtn CHMroni . . ... ,T?e ., 39c f.l 2 .78 .50 Now at ... Ladles' Cost Sweaters Jt&0 'Now :i.00 Now .79 39c' 50c 19 2oc Suspenders at Si'spendem at SUSPENDERS :i9o 19c 2X0 Now at at at 12.78 3.15 1X8 $1X0 1.25 l.M) Xt) In Knickerbocker and Straight Pants Pants Panta Panta at nt nt at $1.19 93 79 X'J EXFERIENC- WE WILL HAVE WAIT ON OUR CO CtERKT'TO' CUSTOMERS. CASH ' CASH I and only CASH COMMENCING SATURDAY JANUARY 14th AT 9 O'CLOCK. L SAM ROBINSON. Public Sale and Rental -- Stanford, Ky. SALES FLOOR OF THE d flve-nlc- Iiavlnr sold the St. Asaph hotel we o Jersoy have As 1 have decided to quit farming, cows, lor ttalo cheap good milkers; also threo and I jearllns Jersey heir-erLlllllllllllllllllllBtfKsSBiBHl9HB all full blooded and fine otock. h'arrls and Hardin. Stanford. Thursday Februsry 23 1911 Th mother doss not live wlin would km Aged torrel mar,. IJ luirnis high to all in her power to krep her ehlM axrs. iTed Croms ciiiiuren anjliune Mich, I ... Ki.c iimir of Alanson. else. came to m place. Owner can get mr. dui oiirn ihe does not know These are only a. few amon- - thousands nt 10 o'clock, I will ?ell my farm of tame by paying for this notice and So when a doctor Of etandlns nolnia OITlftn. I Ler kivp J. P ltogern. Cedar Creek, You can buy a fifty cent or one dollar isu 12 Mte& 2 war oil can afford lo listen. tulles outli-we- . S.V.T. la kit mi an accepted fact that nine out of Sln?,1 "Sf .. .w., w ft HuHtonvill. near the Ui.'.JforUbVllif Kor Snlc.--2.. a UUL li bHinailUII, bushoii) uie irouuies or inrnnts and dill-e- n VOtl Vlnt In ...a, I, nw ..,...- - .kill .1 . piko in Lincoln of millet county, in one of the is intestinal You nntlm it hv your address to Isct that the child Is constituted, ih. send cheerfully send Dr. Caldwell and he best nclRlitorhoo)fl In Kentucky ced. M. K. lenience, Stanford, Ky. it will you a free cample lcnes. is peetiuli and cries. Don't slvo ;MHBMbCB iHlKSilflssH 88-- 1 .oto No. 4. remedy that contains an opiate, because Dr. Caldwell does not feet that the This farm is well Improved and good lie child will cet in the habit ot needing I will stand the Haul. ins Ilonn bull purchase of his remedy ends wateied by "F""'" irnieu anu run at gation. Ilo has specialised in his obli- spruiKif, one neverseven never falling at S3 to Insuiu. LI. V. Galnrs, Stnn oe for a doctor. stomach, falllnir snrlr.c nln ford Kouto No. 1. liver und bowel diseases for over forty Try a sclentlHc laxathe drat niv. to jriv nil! dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrun Pensln. years nnd will bo pleased mihiAni the oil Into a splendid mule barn 7wc8.i A few fine thoroughbred buff orph. reader any advrlca on th f?fvea,r ,nit. ' '"'nded for the use are C. C. With .duldren. It Is mild, centls and nnn. of churKe. All for welcome to wrlto fie' tt urnlslilnR fresh. running vvater nlgtons. 1'lor.e 14'M . i rfplne, Tlie remedy Is absolutely puro him. Whethorsample the medical advica ... "" i,- - .. 1.1 ue "nl,uul "i"B 32 address him rr: '" ""'" barn is corn 10 will era. ad Is guaranteed In every ti.irtlxiiifii- - or the free 1 T gT W. li. Caldwell. lr. Toomey or Cmlnsv.'life. I'a.. and Uonticello, II oj Caldwell building. J hi iped, near of corn, criblmlW-ins- i Two wns)n for sale cheap, a new LiiiiiiiiiiiiibbBihssibiiiiiiiiVPib1Ibib . (hold r00 barrels theso Sludebaktr nnd n new Old HlcKory bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsVbS wo covered with best grado of Jolin Cook Sl.iuford, Ky. AIjo new tobacco barn 72x01 tin Tlirt ewfc II. V. Gaines, 3- -2 'will bold 12 ncres, a sood brick C Hubble, Ky. , . om dwelllnR, clstcin nt door, all Uwl. Wnteli nnd chain flndet' (necessary out buildings in good rr-- J !ls&o return to Hughe. .Martin & "he Cotton Belt i. the quick and direct line i Texas, flirou"h Arkansas. tir. nco orchard, fonclnr comnlntnln vu" '" a"u K1"' rea It runs two trains, daily, A Kor 2 and r.jv; all over farm, all In grasH but "(' year Sale. Half I)ornet e vo Sbrop-Uemp'his to Texas, with through sleepers, chaircan (ES!M oldj.. llred to imported I acres, Jarm will bo offered In two 4 nA nnrlnr rafi rars. nf rain from all i Dim to intun feo. ru. iSlir tracts or near 100 acres each. South H. W. Oalrwa. ae Southeast connect in Memphis withthssc itnmias trnct has '.tobacco bam, tenant bouse Jotton Belt trains to the Southwest . hiiy In anr 1'or Salo. nc It, cortli tract has dwelling mule Mm. Jlattle V. IClrby. 4t. barf) corn cxifb, out bulldlttgs ami for ttalr- - Some nice yearling town, on mornercbard, ftnd. then, olfered ao a v.'holf bred to Ufack Uerluhlre 'subject to' register; duo to farrow th. Urst of Twfc Lights of Terms easy, made known on dy of hbruary. J. S. tirpentor, Mt, Salem, no artificial light esdimvQth irUc, sarao day will offer sock arx) Ky. 6 I. TSTT low for all perlight craps about MX) bales ot bay, corn hv rent, 1'lace of 10 uccros at Uckets will U sotl steep, 1 splendid Jersey cow Hnyden'a Station. Will l)Her tanva- via the Cotton Belt to floor. on light points In Arkansas. Loots- 4 yrnrc old, 2 Jersey heltcru will Li tans. Texas and Okttkoci. treat) in sprint, 2 saares ceotfo toe in Floor of tre allowed and six 23 lady to drtve, 1 old howe xvi r.car return nam etves yoa uearr o CINCINNATI CATTtE "MARKET good driver, 1 year oM rt!ms to look around. TakeadTSAUc worker and in Ci?ictnuutl, Jab. l.- Catilei-K- e. 'of these low farts and loTettinW tl illly. 1 bay horso colt, two ccitrt (fl7; market ateadr; fair to good woculettul ooportuaitle open to you to Dairy, Except Saturday, at Prices whkh Pfcase our CusIn addition to this. Sales arc Made wagons, ' buggies 1 blader, 1 mower. commwu chirielH lo.totttW; the Soothweit. tomers. Abundant Free Shed and StaWe Room for all wagons and horses whkh may cone. bay rake, disc barrow, cultivator, and a 71. Kpc Hecelpts SjWTi: roarket earn tae bit oprorwaWs srs too. 1 Doat wait plow-j-, 1 tobacco setter, 17.W9 tobacco ceaerBlly Gc hlgbor: write too tad ttll sae Wbats voa wsal toco. 1011 butchers one nl rou oosulets soBodule sa4 tU ton sm ntlcks other things too numerous to shippers fli.20Olt.2S: common f7.3f.?p Co o( ticket. I WU1 ilK) sod roo tree, out boeM 8JS5. Sheep RecilpUt iUJ; market Ton Texts sad ArksaMs, wWfteottatf maps ta colon. e nUoo,,C shared pf nuetoartllo . IaabrtT-MarW- t,' strone L, C iAltRY;Tri"e.Mr PaasMer Aies stock. flctiv. and HtroBc, 26o hiaJter.. f -3 (tNCOftPOriATea.) roatuMsloB of farm eivea Maxob, 1, f.m'. 1KU. Fbr any information call on m. VI LLE STREETPERRY I TOfcUCCO m- -.. - r- - br N. W. PIPES. aw rn C. Depot. Near Q. Ky Jan. 19. Tobacco lxinglon. 1; liuatoavilli icr. PARMER: Make your home ti moaera lor your lamii m ft ice. In Lexington today totalled CIS,' sales quotauons aad place jourseltin a jKmtlon to get tae laiesi. ma LCOK FOR THE BEE HIVE 000 pound, of which 94,000 was ooot WRITE ME FOR PRICE 9ti HIOH QRAOE M. itorrice ri any time, f ui td wed. I'tour uundn! and twenty " t accoaiitlifae4s .ty meauB 01 our rateieimune ra l ten ... s . ass ' i v..-- .-. ouu inai a ..-- .. (ui m r n.u FSY thousand pouads ot 1S10 cron was uu JMCb'Mtiana your neiguooni cn ge ru On the pactago when you buy Kd void at prices raagiag from 4 t.-- '34 faLfitj receivetl. Call or addreta our nearest oBko or wrjte direct to HIGHEST CASH PRICE ctints. the hUjteat ot the seasoa. Tool tT' Uoooy aad Tar for coughs, and rsr-A- u or special "i'ar-hum i M ed tobacco olt at troa 6 to 17 Mlc. t HANW-Wq tMrtera, NnsbviHo, Tana., lot iafonaation rewrdlaff our THE BCAt MEAL MAC AN CAN NAME A ,ttLVCftEB v colds Koae geauta without the beq fu-- -" aisa' hiisbm uia avspsi'l If jvott are not at nrewut en- owuir telonboao eervioe, : , -- ,.. -i at, as sst - .. .F1UCE ON ANY IUANT1TY, AWY Pt-Av Mt "" . . tw i tv nivKV nnu run tvan POST LA. GRIPPE COUQH9 AN I aire. KeicesaWer tae aaae, KokyV icaWdiately iatert you. Vur liaes cover tue atatei ot riAaiuoay, NOW W1CUAM A. URNETT, STUFFY' C4UM. . LAND ft BDClCtNAM ." It FnWya Hoaey aad 'far. It rtivea Upsoy aad Tar and reject any snb MUftMN ITOCK VAIWeL LOU4Vil.L. KV Tab Btaafwd, Kt. EAffr TKKMBSSEK KI A TEL. CO. ' Keatucty Axesce (or. Owl VcuU sUand IMls 8Ul,r,, Tttaaer, t (wtiwaroatTtDI yitrisratB.t lttccesUatM BaelusH,Illttt, Marv aad wif. yaujspjir'TtS One Way of Saving a Baby Free to Try S'E' aLhJor.V i THE FARMERS oo -- I -- IB lip,aBEaSWi "I UllsjBlliBHiaiH s4sBeH feasytoreachTc 1 tvi-1- UlC Jlsvt"i mk t. iu.'in-tlty- Peoples'' Tobacco Warehouse Company a cloudy This picture was made from photograph taken whatever. The ample Sky ing and with the picture, hence required the the building afforded We will put the our on your tobacco when put fect competition with any Sales our house with confidence Kentucky. other house tow Fares ithwest I It tm& hs, rr Stop-ove- rs 4 - ittl' Ule-raR- i;.59-t.;J- ! ttmmjti 1" Tm jrHMOJUFQ wi slbi 1 -- .TdiTa t3 " Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse Co. -' Danville, Ky. COTTON SEED MEAL E C. s. lssr wr . a 4 6t.'Li Ji jh- - "- V . i Aii li I li JUSf . - nrrrt'tr . ' si iasiss1 I ' r ' WTLJ Mgassaassimmgfmmm - ,hsssshsMassMelBsaasiBsail