You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Stanford interior journal: January 24, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911012401_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 24, 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 Interior Journal. NO. t. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY. JANt'AllY 2Uh It'll $1 A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE WORON DEPOT STARTS IN SPRING. I 1 SHAY PELMAN MUST DIE, WATCH FOR THIS OFFICERS AFTER YOUNG DESPERADO WARRANT OUT FOR WILL MER- SHON CHARQINQ hlM WITH FORGERY Uuder n warrant sworn out by Sol Klmore, Chief of I'ollcu II. D. Carter nnd NlgtU Detective John Mceka have bet-on the lookout for several daye for young Will Mcrshon, who is harg-with forging the name of Mr. Elmore to a check for $1170 which he caihed a) tho store of T. 1). Ham- tuonda on the Danville pike. The lad got some goodi with part of tbo rnouoy and took the balacp of the , FORMER LINCOLN GIRL CORRECTS MISTAKE TELL3 TRUE STORY OF SHE EXPERI-ENCE BLIND TIGER BOOZE HERE'S THE BEST OF THEM ALL. To every one who sends us $1 for the I J., cither as a now sub scrlbcr or in renewal, before tho 1st of April wo wilt furnish a SAYS COURT. TRIBUNAL AFFAIR3 APPELLATE CAPITAL VERDICT OF LINCOLN COURT. CAUSES KILLIN-GGARRARD COUNTY YOUNG MAN KILLS HIS FIRST COUSIN NEAR BUCKEYE. X The following is sent the Interior Journal for the purpose of correcting Shay i'cllnian, tho negro assailant Lancaster Ky. Jan 23 Just u fcoon a spring open up n grievous Injustice done a former A killing of little Nancy Itanklu, must die for occurred at 9 o'clock (ho Loulsvlllo & Nashville Itallroad Lincoln county girt by the Cincinnati Thursday night, near Buckeye, lo his crime. The yourt of Appeals af.(Ifmtany ."w III begin lork on Un Post. firmed tho death of the Lincoln CirNorth East Garrard, In which John depot. All doubt that the Stanford Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 15. Calico shot his first couiln, Irvlna cuit Court l Ills case and li Is now new station Mill be built watt disslput then over the Preaclieravllle and Can ..... , ,h. , ... ,, ,lm- fnP m Dear JSditor: May, with n 38 caliber pistol, the ball cd when tiupt. K. KBr.vder, this I wish to correct a mlitake ( aan tutnplko to this place and back lo hla elocution. passlrg entirely through the head, hor. and Koadmastcr Burn tamo Crab Orchard. through your valued paper mado by i Ing entered just above the left ear It Is expected that as the electric check In rnsh Lot E. C. Games, the Insurance nnd passing formtily of chair Is now Installed here last week and went over tliu Mr Pavid Dyehouke the Cincinnati Post. Bcforo I came out above the right ear at the Bddyvllle TnU Is not the onU Piece of "devil- to Penmlvanlai ifcom Cincinnati, I anca8tor. Kep your property tdans for the new depot with Local this section, but later of Uoshen, aged tenltentlary, Pellman will b the llrst went" Uld against young Mcrshon for Mjy lived about an hour after the Complete plan 1:.'. and Miss Mary Molly Djrhousc, Agent J. 8. like let Ira of tho now method of Infliction It Is believed by the officer that ho T.uiHi-- mere 111 H IUUI1UI HUU UVOJU shootlrg. and speclllcatlons (or the building aged 23, of the 8wecue) section of or capital punishment In Kentucky had a hand In the robbery of a freight cd on Walnut street with a woman wy It Kcenicd that John Calico his while switched on the liao teen drawn up by tlio eoiupany (lorrurd. were tnnde one last week. Pellman will b,t executed on the car ... II...... I,.h & .mN.nUlil. nmn Th. ! lho oamo ot guticr and there I be House Caught Fire. twin brother Willie Calico. Irvine .r Ul Jll'1111, U IITVV HIKIItB UftW. Mr Dyrhouse Is a flno fellow and lik- data that the governor fixes unless Ull architects. camo acquainted with a man by the May, and John Wesley Dalley were car door was forced open nnd a num say that ed by all. Ills bride Is tho only daugu further steps should be Those who saw the plana taken In bU ber or pairs ot shoe taken rne car name of Fred Mlnlx who had been In- WHILE WAYESBURG LADY TALK- - patting along the Uurkeyo road, some the road la preparing to give Stan- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Uyohouao and behalf by friends or counsel, who breaker, who ever he was, evidently troduced to mo as a traveling salesof the party Intoxicated when Jobtr ED OVER THE 'PHONE. The office mid It, both popular and pretty. had V8 ex-I- f might seek to have ford ono of the most Calico turned to his cousin Irvins the governor com- haveassistants In the Job. ot tbe pair man One night ho proposed to take found where several ml our best wishes. alRlitly stations of tbe present d ino to a Etiow and I. being a stranger Waynesburg, Jan. 12 May, and asked him for another drink mute his sentence to life Imprisonment of shoes were sold and hnve It la planned to hare tho structure The Daptlst brethien o( last Wed- It Is hardly believed however that evidence they believe to connect In the city, and thinking him a perMr. Ashford Johnson lost his hoiipo May Immediately passed CMIco an the whole length of the block nesday railed Kev. Anderson fect gentleman as I bad known hlin by fire Thursday. It caught from the empty bottle, having previously Imbibanything more be done and tho ?oung Mention with the Job Mershcn wnt some time In the re lwo m0nths, thought nothing of accept cooking htove. His wire was doing ed all Its contents himself. This enas their pastor for the ensuing prompt payment of tbe penalty by lacing tbo railroad on the north, with ... .. school at Lexington for break- - . piobahly about twenty feet on each year v.wuon. .... .men iook a some cooking and left the kitchen raged Calico, who wag already vert e the brute for his crime will be gen form Into Cummin & Wearrn's s'ore "' ' Ing The MUses Puyr.e of lcbanon June- - rrally approved b tho community In and lor other misdeeds In Cie rlty. His car to go to the show and after riding and went to thu phone and called up much under the influcnco of liquor nd for an approch. It Is also planned to have a driveway In the rear so tlon, are guests of MesdwnesJ, P. fcncral. May at Oreendalo seems only lo have a while he pointed to the house and her mother and while talking board a and he at once drew Ms pistol and hardened him a little, If that wen we went In I had not gone veiy roar In the kitchen and went to ses fired at his cousin. The wounded that passengers and bagguge may bojl'ayno und J. P. Bbaw. Miss Ktla poiiiblc. for he has evidently been hauled directly to the door o( the. Thompson, of Ho)le, la a guest of raan was carried luto a nearby house pretty busy ever since his return. The far until I discovered something what !t v.a& and in opening the door MRS. BAILEY SUSTAINS, long sbcu "HI ex ImIsj Hallle llrown In Garrard. station In Iront a nrii-o- r V4ivo no nosltlve evidence wrong. Suddenly ho entered a strange u,e i.re Hew In hor face. She ran when phjulclans soon discovered he In n dying condition. the full length of tho station .dames llayden Naylor and 8am Ram hut they believe that ho with a routed looking room, and f was Invited to sit bJck to tho phono and ralicd a fire . PARALYTIC STROKF. erale were the lads who drPled ftev-- i . -- mi i.im.luin. i.,., lo the tracks, thus affording prolcc',scy, of Point Leave!!, were guents of i,nrr on h.i.. ..m . .May was 34 years old and leaves . 'V eral holes around tho lock or w. while Calitlon In all sorts of weather to those Mrs Levi Hell. Mrs Mary Naylor of 1 Mlnlx I said I thought we were tlicro lho house was gone. Just a n widow nd four White's store one dark night several j '" who are boarding or descending from Kowland Is with ber daughter, Mrs. to go to a show He said we will few things were saved. Let us all co his slayer is only about 20 and weeks aro but failed td get In, ' Paypo Tor a visit. POPULAR WOMA.N SERIOUSLY .e. trains. , Chief of Police B D Carter his g0 ater ,ead eipng i,ana ana replace tho single, Hoth of the parties were reAunt Jane Naylor who was quite ill been on the boy' trail or.d the rent, , ft fw nn garded as peaceable men, when sober FCCTED DUT FRENDS HOPE The material of which tho building ffl will bo constructed has not yet been I much better Master William FOR THE BEST hou"e hunting for finely drcss-- d lady and asked me J Mr. Huyden neynolds came near get '"t considered reckless and wild he went int.. a upon, so the officials say but kcnuhip bas been quite til for few John Calico It, still 1,1m ind found that lad hail Defn mere where were my clothes? I said I did Hug an evo put out wiillc doing some when drinking. Mrs Steele Jlal nu will piobahly bo bilck with atone days but Is better, Mem but litteen minutes before. Marshal not rome ,1CIC to gtay- - i started to carpenter work. when drinking. John Calico gave him mi (iltnuilngs of an artistic character,! Mr. T. Y. Shaw who Is a hustler u wiui a revcu' "'m ulr --...Mnvi... -- i 'iiv - pmiiriii " show She offered mo a flo dollar ii!J- siini:i , VMrs. Kliza Ferrlll, of flow land, Is nelt up and was held to the grand "u' , t". : Jury without ball. night wl with, n life roof of the most attractive the raw fur line, buying practically all Kr'i. s ttln '" ,'l'riiiffo'niiil i relieved thv twain' ot a con- -- bill but I did not know what she golnc to movo back lo her old homo . Malcolm Carter, of Teatcrvllte, sold the furs In Lincoln, Garrard and ad- aattnient at Utc Kt Asaplt Hoti'I pp 0 . Fiuii(;ghoUi and other parapher- meant nnd would not accent It. Sho m in flu? nrini? I attorn. to Wm. Hainey for $20. uurglnis and ties thc Mlnx tte moner. ll0 accented it John Jc.hnt.on. of Somerset Is visit. C ihoit8 Marguerite KInnatrd gavo a Htanford clllxens and all tho&e who joining counties, frequently gels large, conversing with Dr. J. (5. Carpenter nalta of Miss Mx. Clem .called up the , tIlen began t0 Dg r,iendi here. occasion to do business with L. lots of pelts from n distance of 75 Hcr wnoic right side was affected peradotH have teccptlon Saturday afternoon to hr tnanked her. Mia .n'.naki n Sail fl r 'meinnn.i i,nn handsome young cousin it N. at this point will greatly appre- - nilles and not 7 as your types, or tho nnd sho was deprived of tho power of I10 lce. ,r. s.;verai.,,..T V-to ,n nt ih. iv n xrrrsmnc -, f The speech. Dr. Carpenter did everything 'lanlcd elate the progresslvehckH nnd gciie-- "devil" made us say tceonUy '"!" it seema he overlooked Then the woman said "you go back'ieturned home after a long Visit with inOUlg fP" ITOm NIcholMvllle. - 10 i, Notwith . LO - ..,., l.w -- - ,u. "- 1 ...v..... a.U.n... vuu... r.. un...lA " "" vw " . !.. .i.ll.M.1. ..In......nUill1T ....-- .( Mill- i.......m - In tllUrn HeCtlOn (leCUl'lnx . ..t.- ).... .. m.ll.nl -- v.,.v, , .mil. I .nunioiui m... lliu ,ht- - allnnAil. thmilffhl Iiana. get your domes, ana. come leianves ana incnas uere. standing the Inclement weather ... nlllrf-rflr..- - K .. .Mitllni. nnf ' i. . .uA v sugges! nnu sue & ornciun. impfov,u. ' nf quicKiy to ine request umuu tu. u.iu..i...Uur., m.aa.I no,,t iC straight back or I will have you arrest . Mrs. Deans Hays Is getting along number responded to tbe Invitation. il nt thin tin. n. lint naf rntlrel. out of beon only a few tills year's crop of tobacco served. tniion heie. It has c'arfc of age, antJ tne son of Mr. and t'd." 1 said yes I will come back if you nicely. Think she will be out In a Tempting refreshments were 72 years j Mr. Itichard Ballard age asking for a Phil II. Thompson bought a sow and danger. Dr. Bailey who Is at Mam- - j,ril w(ll Mcrshon of this city both will let me go I then ran out and ran few days. months since the (J led alter an Illness of several months new depot was filed and such quick pigs of Mrs. Williams for HO, und I moth, Utah engaged In his, horplui of whom vuo highly respected anu Ies-A- to the corner and screamed for tho t Is Lt Ms home In Bryantvllle. II. Mitchell the monument He wa3 . ...." .. . r.' AailAAfllnSrl ""- li l i tll.ll ui or lh rsiiroaa is sold :s gooa uogs to run II.... teutneu anu vork, wae telegraphed and It Is ex v"c'"1"' action on the part police Two policemen came. I told fixing to run a general lepalr shop a wealthy capitalist being president of " 7, r" T" , n iffe ,Clay Arnold, of Garrard at about 7o.'pected that he will arrhe here within n very rare thlnir. the Bryantsville bank. Tha deceased i them my story as quick as possible, at this place. is the father of Sheriff George Ballard a few days to tie with hla wife. i They said you go to tha houee with J. M. licynold and wife are visiting I and Mrv John Ballard of this city. (ADDITIONAL LOCALS.) '' Mrs. Bailey bad little warning of, .tltop tts-t- hg In "Mlssburi. raan that took kiaiolks tuaand. The girls circle will meet Friday Rev.J.G-iifBsgstwi. tlie anproach of the. stroke. -- Shu had jou In there. Theyetiarded me in Mr. Lone Truo. of McKlnner is not Afternoon a tho home of Mrs. W J "been engaged upon soroo work for Ihoj Mission T ihrnrnj thou, K hl.nealf himllno ,lnar fn- - W A West On Danville Street. Ihrnnvh tliA hnnin-im- l rresh. roasiea peanuts at Newland"? Study, will be the them-- ) dUcmwed-.!- . I society oi tue rresuytcr- every day man that brought me in there. Horton la out ILL-b- e H. Johnson and Mlas Bentrlt'o -.--TO BE HELD HERE BY THE Tliey arrested him and the woman -- Mr. Sam Prultt's step daughter Handera were united In marriage at WOMAN'S CLUB I.,- -. -- ..i...i a frp, annnlr of wall to make a social for a few and all who were In the houso and I died at hU home here Thursday and.tbn home or Klder P. M. Tinder the I jutes: Suddenly abe arose and remark minister, he seal- (wont uiti, nonuMr Christian w, K..W...1 naucr. J. U Ueatley. i w...v. , ,'v,,x.vti i v mw ni ..n- H1nlf1a.t J t , ... ....u iii nnii.umn.liuilr ihn Hw.,vo . "o uiii.w oi . .M0M.b cinint ed that tthe could not think of wha. welt known that Stanford can, ItlS many lrieUUg VHt UC fa'"" Unmn nf nil, ninnln until In ll.l 'lBR llieir IU3 1" "IS U'li ' rmrf nml ftioro thnv tt.v toati It In- Best companies, ow.t rates. Hlmony The--n I went back to my board kicking on our stock law and have Bn0 wantea t0 My and then the stroke know that Kev. J O. Livingston of talent along manr tines "qual ttoast Tne Mary Walker Price Chapter of ... ing nouse anj reSumed my sure your piwucit w-- 7 caB,e anu sue naura uave taiieu w improving rapiaty auer to any city in urniucay auo n u gone so far as to get up a petltlon'the U. D. C held a jacKson ana work. following 13 Tbe lUe fIoor haa not Dr. Carpenter r,CS8 and opcratlen. not been overlooked. In order to Newland. it was shocking enough and this was against it. Guess they want to still", Meeting Thursday afternoon Jan. beloved minister and "l who bavo neglected caUEUl hcrconcerning this fcuumlate thoie S,Sram wMamnsi corrected fence against their own stock' and. ' a' buU" .0TTifw .Bd t Once before Mrs. Baej tvd a Mi toeM ,. contributed b a friend- - hrou.h ,o "stir up tbe talent wlthl,, them" paper ftg many of eVerybody cIae.g. Try it and taen kick Ulioko of similar nature. She la n ou Saturday Jan. 7th 19U. tuc news tu ijneoln ar.rt other nlarM also to euthuse those who aro making Mlu Elsio Slncleton will teach il Miss Lrnnlo Mom was called be- . ,.,. ...,).ir..i ... , , the entile ... ,i, .nhnni t,,.r hinninn- tii Plnevillo by tho painful accident rn..l ihe t.niiortunllles offered for culi: to ttnwiand for foodlwoman of snlendid vitality, however, .nread .over .......... community ot- '"'". ",r "" i..."."-.ii..c ."v. " !" ..... .. . .. . . ;"""-;i..fell her cousin Mr, Charley Simpson i"-- ' ana toon recovered. ana cneap pictures oniy ou iter- - uii ut Die serious uincss oi um. o. v.. ri.. p , ture In this aepanmoui oi cnucui-.ooj,inklnc tl: kind cdltdY for fGth n young man 21 yeirs of age, He Frank Cordlcr. Club of dozen are sincerely hoping that ber tlgslon. And as" the hours wore on t)is g friends the Woman's Impiovement Very rep'y e Miss Sallle Gooch Is visiting her was struck by a passenger train anct cx-- j Stnuford ban laid plans for an art lecovcr.v from tnis atteciion njay oe there seemed no posnuie cuancu ui patnrully hurt but not fatally KTIIEL LEB. sister at Ludlow. PHONE 'YOUR OrtOERS W. B. Barton bought ot Cawood and as quick and complete as her previous j,,. recovery. That home was darken Ublt in .itlcn all who have done oil his faim to Kd Surber has TO 168. rhnmnsnn of North Mlddletown tt experience. painting, water color, cluna painting. rd, tho loved one j .were In tears for Lexitigton parties. T. D. NEWLAND. mniPE j io li vears old for J'J.MO.OO cmbiolde'n, crocheting or any other. It seemed the ono who had alwajs ot McClmtook and Clark of Paris 15 , MRS. EDITH ALDRIDGE .q rent. Blacksmith shop m More handluralt modern or decaded may ex been so dear to 'them would sooir mules from 4 to 6 years old lor j..'j. UaVlS MOre Hubble and P5 mulec of the same age - at ML pags over, "Death's RUer." to tho dibit the name, by communlcatlns jand. good location lor .the. right man . ' a Sterling for $190 00. per head..1... mc .... groat oeyona anui cju(i tliA linnil rf with the commute. Slake n list and j,py to Mrs. PrUcllla Brownt Moie-In Memortam Wallace Cornelitson age iv yea you would tlko whom he had Ky. dtserlptlon of what dear Savior, for .nr ;md a sop. Mrs James White living Mtu T.MHh tl.im AMrldirn. HIpH. it . t. itSnhnt. cnt.l .. . n IUIIII-m..M... ...., ). ...UI.Ut.WUie rJ Sain Delancy is lejolclng over the tbe I his the greater part or i." me tbe Come Qf her parfnts ln Uai.,.ar,i t((ll 0f Somerset two MeaMtld flllle near the varraru nne mei to oxhlblt and send lu the Secretary ' " ot a fine gltl at his home . '.fought ,or . r..- - C'lAA fl. ..tn tvt'n - . vnl . while .rt... Don't forget. - Let me build that anlval Mrs. SheliDit Saulfcy. as soon ns con x"" ' I"""- Counly Jan' r "nilllaa atid painful nccldenthU dog out hunt""" 'Deceased formerly '" Mis Margar,, Coleman who has, J with nU ... ing. He struck at Hkr resided in SUnford. luiiinnt vviiiuarv llth. Is het apart hmmn for vou thht spring. I can '" l,r"aUI,rri r,uirerei wiui lor (, iIanKin st,j,,ned another load gun which was discharged the shot "f. Mslt.ng .elativet, In this wcMon, of all who want to pcaite yon. Will Stone Contraetor been ' for the ' t,l Z tubcreuloshi for some time. Sho went nt ini tn.- "'JList Satur'- - entering the abdomen The '" . has returned to her' home lu Clncln- " " !' M- - and Builder.- "it". " , fia.- Wslt tho exhibit from. S to the all Wise .t'OU wuo B' Imniur thn rlnnnie ,!:n- was brousht to the Lancaster hospital I natl. -lmllpVit He r . rlAlte,! at once but he died a few hours later . 1.1 t? Tt.il. ,H ..a nml " nml ilf -ii.. . ... .. ... . tmd iront 7 to 10 P M- - Tbe large and i tuiiiiil icinrn imr Men 111 nut return -- r. auhuis .iiuiigui u ......u vua. .. . bmie nun i ", ... nnKW.r ; v Internal hemorrhages. ..rnv. hattple ntj' ofoal at nierlgt it Crab Orcnnra lust week. comtortnble loom In the rear of the hi .nome some imee monies ago. '"" n, natives weaver ?pH his tobacco crop irom Marshall n Denny will enter Mr I.. Andiron for $15 and a colt front ,UI,B ws k. Trust Co.. which will , ers. State hnneil. the Tould be SD.ired to -- t lipnal.r nt ? rftnta.' He also sold tain the Embroidery Club Thursday ,", Moc Pit n. an for ioO. .. . . I ... -- nn... -- . t.HM knn.l.nmA lll.ll AT nffllrtifltl OAA nnn,l I .. -- v.. hnrait-- r bo theheadqnarfers ot tho ln u..uw.v. nAW hfllTl' "" 'vs !.. ' ' unnn Ilia ' oiieruooa ai Ittrhnnl Dvehouse and wire haw do, .Li.rU t. cheer tie nearis oi uear ones in ir.e urown ar.u iimjh h- wiw .,. . - .ioiUnrr vvh ,,.,. , im., .Avenno. A dainty re- Club, will be Wyan-lut. - .. .v. ... flUure ag sus nat( , Ule pa8U Ulll. i us .. r vu.-- . t Woman's luipiovcment Vuro bred blte, Ult....v.. H"" mIiI.v.1 Vm jiei nm ttt. ninl'n Ihnlti IiAitIii ul( It euests .imsi. Will w tlVI'"- tor lho exhibit . 'dotte robjler 'dustln "Sttraln. f'l each. nvuhoiiM' I.Ih fitthei who now resides: whom "no has preached -.'Jesus 1' ..., ,,,,,. h,,c .rr . vntn ,hn isi. ,. T, .! ' I ,.1.0 me. T i itanKiu ousu l. L.' Hubble, The incaster hospital haa several. bo awnided for excel- - (M 1111 iueir years ... ...I.- ejos years upon 1'rue will y. j;Unnelley.'v .". Mji. I within ftrst nk ,n ,he BolJcu rhaln wal a jftck coU Its confines. Mrs. Adam Kel' at PreaaUcrsville- c iu- Ii.nce. ifiiiihi-- notico given) enwaru eacn uy .u t.iuj ""-- " .broken the angel of de; atu entered tu um Mr. Wilson Atexanoer oniera iu iey nas just own wno "a" uvea ' ... .... ... ...- - ... rnnUe thU a notable ffjui umjnu nm . B.i' " .. , ,iv .... . to rest upon mm. i.et ua . w- '", lU nil )iac bW-- ! other load xtf muies snipoea iq iiiui gjitwnijieiii or ann u' r- - anu !t i. uviu. v'vvum ..i...u. m ; ... t blesklnes . .. " .. . .. .. .. r:i wtuitMVMtn wi .trt-pneumonin west :. was ol years lasitj week. He , H In soutn h.n, do'ngiriaimIs III honing for a. deJded K- - . em re y sueces- we dei.ro 10 inan, 9ur scatter lowers pon n.s dauBMep an(i . iny ,.. . Sho , ,h o are t0 be dolK we ug cou, not wait to ones, Tte- - tiMiiUm? tleli' orders In ow u, vue 11ms Qf app R ncmbei. ut tll0 Baptist .Miraiwiiou 11 ee ol the lown. dear . ..... .. .hnnim In her condition. Un m stnck. , ueU , . Biave WttM .a LAH.H.M. V7 ..tn..!..) )triXe. 11.11 Oil US m... "C Mn narva t. VllCVl.-U- . anu ti..ahmntH wrved at 10 cent. . Miss Minerva Cox .the, .baniie cnurch aa ,,cr pue ,fe wag one that v.iii s. J. Pollard a widower of 40 and ItrlllR tlieui into ine nome so W, H, Hlggms. -" vourg daughter orilr. and Mrs. Pen. that tho ,Mr. J J., Dickey, Presldeut ,.,.r .. cro..n in the great-be- them ou'bls sick bed. or Miss Naomi Wil.on age ii were made ,', s. McCorroack . .. .. . oleton Cox entertained a number ihA.AAr wilt lirfnn- 1nv trr"-' yond. Wo hardly reconcile ourseiveu u, h iin.nn nt ti. hriiie Wed. '..nMA The me of MrMuta 'lblnd!ey, Jnends at hr home on Stanford her. r. ., .. postponed rrora ' ". ' . ... B'"3 i ., .nn .. loved .. . liuunehol.1 olfocts was Manv rr.iih.rintB were. .hi. o,ii. 1.. .' of our iiirn.,.1.have ... .... '" o """ Jtev, j. uouDy 01 .... t .;.i,.v to Wednesday. V Jan. 23th ftt nesaay.. Kov. 5tn ny .. . .. uncTnuuil 1 P nftV TOPLAV IN I ,, l".r . v. mmr u cnii ni isuvj will 1 am a a.. ill i .. i r s'l'isii 1. misiiii tu eii.l.i is vin .. .. iiiidl uui uot. torBouru. un iinw relative ad foi description oi near nee UCK. iu See U h MrRnherta wan th-- leadwe feel he Thank Uod 'fcoodS to be or.r.of llfP( ,Wk ,el beom, tht 30UTH THS YEAR. her . rilenda net hint n banquet at ye V caleruina tho (n be 8,ared many yeari' for PU borlaon of our vlJon the fragrttnt' club, which wa, held at the Christian W H. CUMMINS HAS MADE SPLEJJ s tK. D. Pennington 0ar .Masters cause memory of her beautiful life llngcra A from Lexington says that t3lrch. The subject discussed DID OFFICIAL AT PREACHuy juuge uanoy . Hustonyuie. or ,ne.. Norwan ..Period or uiguaa nwiwy ed county surveyor w,., ttbidc with us for manr day. Milton McCorn.ack. ofau& finn I and gvaphophonn and anecdotes .m ERSVILLE. l i&s. rna mnnv atiKa Af (ft InmAi i uun s.uusia irieiiun ani nurnitns us .in- - nirid fanni accepted the position and was awom stories. b'nek and white spotted dog "A dear HtUo boy, father, motue r "r..f" !.; it.i... ,. r .h. n..hhin neluhborhood winner of o..ht.. nMi. i whltn ring around neclc Black specks since, lie u tho'flivt "a Preuehersvllle. Jan. 23. 'l and threo brothers are left to t)p 19l0 ppnnant has been sold to tho wm D Kjad to knew he Is recover-.- , . d, To one not accustomed to chewing , w(e gpptil w j Kenney. Mom- sisters county h vi. w u tn.mn.in. tho efficient cffltlal suivcyor the piourn her loss. Her last words, on Albanv club of tne South Atlantic ,nR from an attack of lllnew of Mver 3t or suioking tobacco It Is liable to. land. Ky.. It. D. No. I ii ..... una 9iui. i in 'i . ?.. u all others laving ones were "meet me League, the deal being confirmed by'al wt,pls Mr. Robinson IMJe father are men' In . ttn.timfi.tr ut mi. iitacu. make him sick, there n. nMBl,1.nl 1.. ....... . Ih.r.i 1m no .1 .1. . rtt of ParM club. In or tn(. affable County Attorney J. E. RURAL ROUTE NO. 3. mnerm :;.-.;-:. in neaven. ,i.,. f.,r taa nennant. n,ihi.n i. laiy attacneu. nowevtr mi. i cemetery Mr. C has sorved Uncle Washington. .Mrg. Welton Lewis died at the home Who wu secured fron to 1(je M theJr UyM nnJ aro TurnersvUIe section conducted, at the Unca&ter already round .ome miaine game of Sam here fallhlully for about the last Ion has thMr tobacco to Ware and Moore at 10:30 A. M.. Jan. 14th. Tho remain lne Lexington team won 17 hr daughter Mrs. Rose Hlbler In has raked -J to l taM In their final resting b(en .inelol.Mclv.nnev for 7cenU per thlity vears except.ng a very .nort attached lo the Job and e"!? thero -win mee . sweet to It winter rop raised. ', , '' 8rIoug acc,Jent Xm time when tbe office wa in cnarge and wai oul cf '". -;;- - n -1 i hr: "."C herIs while we Know we an her lovou ;.V mourn with y.. reilt of the season .rniiine and breaking her hip. and nev of Win. lone ar.d Jobu I.areiice. f Savile Doana who had such n nar- h l' will .oil to the highest and best i from the effect of the i. i.i .i I m. i.i. itr ..ii hi. ..in.... ..i i.im nn.a wa linnw thn. wnmB dav (iod will iic hn. asnntlrel.. Inrecovered and Is re- fail. both deceased. Mr. Cummins has been being excellent Xoun. to J II. Scarborough for $100.00. merchant for about thu bidder at tho back residence north ol the Vell and we will see that.ported accidental shot M cur toromost will M......u. , peace an.li .M1'. Scarbdugh smith run awhich are , anu. where " ,,e i... thinv fiiH vears. He Intends to railroad on Lancaster ' Tno CINCINNATI MARKETS shop .,torc and black mc.ratlf J" Ky.. on Saturday January. 2S. 101 :loI,,ter', still ,Kew Jersey Legislature .nominated, ln active inerchaudlilng as IP'n retire t.mtliS nntflp.l at that place. Mr I ir... turnlture.tt,u... Cincinnati Jan. 24th Cattle Re- ...u.. and kltchett Loon as a successor U named to care " James B Martins for United States .feady. 10ifl jnesi. anu fieciusion, . ham will go west. .. .IU a.I. ulrl.kl.jin ft t,- .... . .. i .. . Senator which wa, a great victory for py guardian angeis icu, n 9 Ware and Moore, or JicKinney navw rniniln HSVe SDIC11QIU KUIIU u.llk niUTO.l.Many persons una mumseivcs ai-- i oiutw. "" Alnr. ior inn Wootlrow Wilson. Mo"N rhnlt tccleJ wUh ft pcn,uteut cougn urter,')ought nearlv .Ml the tobacco between Hogs Ke ami B23 Vommon $2 5S$I She lives whom wo call dead. application for tho office and seems folding bed. Ures.er -- !.... nllJ anAn . .L . ..... I 11 It V k. at III.I.I....I tt A ....,......,, llflAd rfttllFi " market BWlOe lower. ceintu P. range nean siuu unu nn atiacx oi inuuenza. as mis cougn iiifiuhhu Mini, la..m.i THi-to havo no opposition yet. Wo uuder- 8iei tavi.An nmnll tlntr ... cured y the uso of Ing from 5 cents to K cents per pound, Plaoo to sell namben(1,n.5 articles stock ot dry goods - 0e"r-C-Ia r or Sale.-S- mall get M'B. bf Bros., have made rey that n move Is on foot to ei- - otter-usefstnnd .ouu Kemedy. It The Mlraele polltwo , M Sarfcrtrtow, 154555c lower, JffU5. '.noutii not be allowed to run on until iral hundred ties and Imuled o Mack notions, groceries and "" lie . tubllsh a lurul joute out of Crab OrcU tfiivateiy. ' w$ . bate win oegin ui i . ff50c lower MS616. Lamb. becomes troublesome, sold Dy Pen iiiBtetnu or .Mctvinney wi-OrcSlCy "' nrd. bv While". Mill, to Strlngtown, Crab them CO cents per tie W. j. RANKIN. uy' Drug Store. store In Garrard and cain. to HammacVs PLANS DRAWN BY L. A N, OF FICIALS PROVIDE FOR HAND SOME BUILDING. terior Journal . It Is entitled "Alias Jimmy vaicnune, una tells of tho exciting adventures let Tell your friend of on so that they may gel In their (.uliscrlptlons in time to read the first chapters. It's n corker Don't miss It, ox-co- Wfltch for tho new serial story which will soon start In the In- HAD RECENTLY IN CINCINNATI. II Ml - subscription to the Ken-tucFirmer fiec The Ken tucy Farmer Is a monthly Jour nal devoted to the agricultural and live slock Interests of Kentucky and tho south. If you want to take a good farm paper here's a chiince to get ono for nothing. Better hurry. ear k dlr-liilo- - Cor-moll- ...... Mes-ten- d i s nm. Ulan-i:acll- 'l .)u-.-- ytic ... .. ' - i....i. " bt .J t.- - rf. Ti ... .... T. 1..-- . '"'", ',: "," n. ........... s m-ii- a 1 3 ArtEriftt 1 '!'"- "- -- -. " "'sr tiks: i- ii. i,ri a. .., ....t ie - .'.." ,.' - i. . " ........ .,.., "B&u 'SiiSt Ml a,, - ... -- -i .... Mi-it- " V. hSne im ,. f "" "" a,k xSiS' .ae. n. .1 .., . .- - d ,. ... 1 w . i 00 fof-230- il - i"" --- "",".,., ;;,npi-rapu ii. .:... ... ,r., ... ' - ,, ua..-j0ak- s w- -- .T. '- Reji PrMice. ... .. .... "s"ul - -- 2-- 7t ,;.r,Bini'' mJ'Ipw Lt. '"1 1 -.- - SId s - 1 ,.i.i. - .I.',, fi ... s.fm ... - v.-u- T ;.,'.. .,, ,!, cr... ... -"- Ba-o- t. - nd pl;.nd -W- -- ...i ... ,"-- &.P-- J' (! yeShe ni.-,w- i:, r.-- ...i 1 ,rl, - irh. Uou-eho- ld h. - $ ul . "t ." J A M --- 2.7-H- r 9lnutwfcwlM J',"1 ... a p-- , L 2. THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. Pcruna Secrets YewShwHIKnsvvl TUESDAT, JANTJATtT SI h 1)1 1 The 11 King of Externals Sells itself wherever GOWANS Interior Journal BstabUsfaed 1872. 8AUFLEY TUBSDAY AND HELTON Publisher FRIBAY 9 For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is authorized vwHMn H to annouace Charles A. Hardin aa a once GOWANS always candidate for Circuit Judge ot the Govvans for inflammation linn 1 Thirteenth Judicial dtstrtst, at the 1W1I, and congestion. Golden Seal, the root of the aboTo election to be held November, Demoactvon ot the plant, ! a Terr uicfnl medicine. Many subject to the It fires ui pleasure to recommend Gowans Preparation for I people gather It In onr rich woodland! Inflammation. especially of the during the summer. Few peoplo know Just how tbe refusal ot the State We hawrsnhi cheat, throat nnd how Taluable It Is In dyspepsia, catarrh, Ooiivmi Preparation fur many committee to catl a senatorial primary and as a general tonic. yearn and never had a tomnlalnt. party ln the Many thousand ponndsof this root ara Ik going to affect BURLLSQTOS DRUG CO., need caoh year In tha famons catarrh stalo election we do not see, though Burlington, S. C. remedy,reruna. This fast explains why our good friend Itatry 8ommcra seem UYTODAYI HAVEITINTHENOME everybody uses Fernna for catarrh. All Brassl.l. SI. SO. 23. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR THE to think It will. We believe rnos. JWaN MCOICAL CO.. DURHAM, N. C. emphatically Jn the principle of elec 1911 PERUNA ALMANAC noilltf, ! Mir riftiM tf ytff Instill tion of senators by direct tote of the However with no posalblo Lincoln county will give McCreary r!ople. ncro lot on Main 1,000 majority In Kor Sale. I primary. Wo chance to make a senatorial primary the has barn and all outbulldlngc predict that I)cn Johnson will nor nomination binding upon tho mem. Creel, building slto for residence carry more tha ntwo districts In the Itrs of tbe legislature unless they H'O. Stanford Roal Estate. state. choose to accent Its dictum, we do r.ot see why the dire necessity of com pllcatlng tho governor's race ltn a senatorial primary, just because onn certain candidate for senator desires STANFORD, KENTUCKY it and because tho friends of a certain candidate for governor all hope for it ORGANIZED IN 1882. In order to help their man out ol . CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. losing flgbt If that can possibly be SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 done. The complete failure ot the last Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety senatoiial primary to accomplish the Deposit Boxes for Use cf our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. lll of the democracy of tho state be fore the legislature ought to provt Dl RECTORS. OFFICERS. the futility of senatorial primaries unF Reid, I. K. Baugbman. P. HocVcr, President:, til tbe legislators can bo bound to acM D. Elmore, J. M Pettns, S. T.IHarris, cept their decision. Tho Oregon plan H. C. Baugbman, . F. Cnmmios, H CBaughman, Cashier. of forcing the candidates for the logls S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, W. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper lature to declare whether or not they W. II Murphy J. S. Hocker. will support the popular senatorial J. R. Harris, Bookkeeper J. C. Eubank i. G. R. Coleman. nominee, while prosecuting their own campaigns for election, should be in order to give force nnd vnli.e to a senatorial nomination, until we can secure the election of U S. Senators ly direct vole of the people Until some such pledges as that can be secured from the members of tho legislature, the senatorial nomination; worth the paper In a primary Is SURPLUS - $100,000. it Is written on,not some legislator APITAL .. $100,000. if should choose to disregard It. A num Directors ber of the members of the 1908 ses W. M. BRIGHT, S. H SHANKS. sipn did refuse to stick to tho nomi" W. O. WALKER. W. H. CUMMINS. nee and a republican was. chosen. And W. D. EOMISTON, TRXYLOR, W. H. as we remarked before, some of the " J. B. PAXTON, W. M. MATHENY. R. L. HUBBLE. newspapers of tho state who are loud )?v A. Tj NUNNELLEY, ' LILBURN GOOCH. W. H, SHANKS, est In demanding a primary for the GEO. W. CARTER, V T. C.'RANKIN. benefit of Mr. James this year are the E. P. OWSLEY ejy oues which blatantly applauded those same legislators when they bolt-eOfficers the senatorial nominee before. J. B. PAXTON, S. H. SHANK8. Pres, J. W. ROCHESTER, Asst. Casli'r, With a new depot assured in the W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier. F. LEE HILL, A?t. H. C. CARPENTER, Ind. 'early spring no small city In tbe state lias more just cause to put on airs than Stanford. The new station and the new court house will be a ralr of advertising exhibits that few cities our size can boast of. They go to fchow what energy and hustl can do. Let's go aittr something else in the same line now. Why shouldn't Stanford hare a laundry? It strikes u, that one could bo operated well in connection with tbe electric light. Ice, water and power planL with tho proper facilities. Let's go to work introduced. Imitators have tried to imitate, and substitution has been attempted. But 1WY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS "Two bottles v:lBMHBB$ii Cured My Rheumatism'1 " I have been a suf- High-To- p The next three months arc the coldest, wet" est oys of the year. In justice to yourself you must have good, Warm Shoes-sho- es as Near Dry as it is possible to buy. Of, course we do not and cannot guarantee shoes to be perfettly water tight, but we do knorr that rrc have the Very Best made. MMjmUJ DTaBIHiH Shoes - ( te ferer from rheumatism for about two years, and have u.ed many liniments and patent medicine which gave me no relief. A lady friend of mine told me she had used your Liniment and found relief at oace. I got two bottles and they cured me. I think It is the best Liniment a person can have in the hou.c. I shall always keep a bottle in my house as long as I can get U." Mrs. E. R. Wallace, Morrisons, Va. f - Mrs. James McOhaw, of iai6 Mandeille St.,New Orleans, La., writes: I take pleasure in writing to you that I had a pain in my arm for five j ears, Another Letter. 4 and I used FIRST NATIONAL BANK, SLOANS LINIMENT for one week and was completely cured. highly." I recommend your Liniment very A 9 inchJHonest Mike that we have been selling at $4 we sdl now at $3; a 12-i- n Mens Ease $5 shoe at $4; a 16-inMens Ease, a $6.50 shoe at $5. ch i'f The 15-in- ch Witch Elk, a $10 shoe at of same shoe, an $8.75 15-in- ch shoe at $7; a $8 and a 9-i- n calf-lin- sd Honest Sloan's Liniment instantly relieves stiffness of disjoints, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Sprains, Neuralgia, Better Sciatica and Lumbago. and cheaper than porous plasters. At All Drugclit. Price Zfc., GOc. and $1.00 t Free. A.Idrm fllaan'a Trratlta on (lie Hurt K Mike, a $5 shoe, at $4. 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. i VI " W ; HE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. .ggfct H. J. McRoberts. burg, for the 1110 election, the names of nil Democrats, and the person so einplo: d shall return the copies, cor tilled as required by taw, to said (hnlrnan who shall cause them to or ; duly delivered to th oltlcvr or nnd tbe chairman Is directed to ciuise to b printed nud prepared for use tbe requisite number and kind ot ballot, which shall bear the facslmllo ol his signature, and lit-- will procun the necessary election supplies, nnd raue them, together with tho ballots, to be delivered to tbe officers of election as required by law. 11 The chairman will caune copies or this resolution, certified by himself and the secretary of the committee, to bp ported one at the court tier-tlon- TA NFORD, CALL FOR PRIMARY. KENTUCKY. Tho democratic committee ln and for th0 Thirteenth Circuit Court District of Kentucky, met pursuant to the call of Chairman O I.. Penny, at the office of Chennult Hnguely in Danville, Uoyle county, Ky., on Friday December 16tb, 1910 at 230 1. At and the members from Lincoln county .Mercer and Iioyie were present in person and the member from Garrard was present br proxy held Dy Utrtlrman J. C. Bonta, or Mitrer. which prcxy was duly accepted by Cinct in said county, to act as challrn gcr nnd Inspector for snld candidate at said primary election I 'J The committee shall nn' t at 2 P. M , Standard time, nt the office ot Its Secretary. In Danville. Kv on the next day alter the returns shall have been, mnde, nnd canvass the vote cast at said election, nnd Issue a certificate of nomination 10. The chairman of tbe District Is directed to employ a competent person to copy from the regular registration books made for the cities or Danville and Hnrrocs Commlttco STIRRING TIMES. we are having la the building Una. We carry a Mil lias, of lime, piaster, cement and everything else needed Everything purchased for building, here nlll Do loan ot tbe best quality and tbe best for ntcndcLjurposcs. We will sare you trouble and uanscas aary expense by sending to as for an d OLIVER PLOWS The Oliver Plow Trade for 1910 was larger than any previous year. Another New Stock for 1911 has just arrived. BEST THE BUY . with the ew Year, Bautloy. Kreua the llooso Committee's leport looks like Now Orleans Is going to &U Che Panama Canal Exposition in WS. If she does. Ban Francisco ought to bare as exposition of her own ob account of tbe remarkabls Al! the committee. Said meeting was called to order by Chairman Penny. On motion Cher, a'llt Hnguely was duly nominated and elected Secretary of said committee. Tbe following resolutions uern duly orferAd. seconded and unanimously adopted: 1 A pnmary election Is hereby call ed to be hel'J In tho several votlnr precincts of tbe Thirteenth Circuit Court DWtrlct of Kentucky, consist-Garrar- d and Mercer Between the lug of the counties of Lincoln, Boyle, hTUTs ol lt A. M- - and four P. M., ntnndard time, on Saturday, March 4, 1H11, tor the purposes of nominating n Democratic candidate for the ottlce cf Judge or the Thirteenth Circuit Court Dtstrlrt of Kentucky, to be voted for at the special election to be held on the first Tuesday atter tbe llrst Monday In November. 1911 to lilt tbe unexpired terra or said office caueed. by the death of Judge M. C FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY STYLE. hoinc door ! Stanrord, l.mcaiyer Oantllle and Harrodsburg, and one is twenty other conspeaous places In inch county In the Dl.Ulct, for not less tlian forty days prior to February 11, 1911, and said notice shall also bq published In each democratic paper in the district. On motion the committee then ad Journed. THE PEST rUML G. L. PENNY, Chairman. estimate. T0WMHT CttSM'S . CHENAULT HUGUELEY, Scc'y tr you are sufrering rrom J. A ALLEN, StMftrrf, Ky. .a RttfHNIt ness, ic ner.dacbc, lsdlgt-stlon- , biliouschron- A. GARSON, rp. InTwt on cent Into a postal card, vesd to Chamberlain's CONCRETING W. r In eotiuaa l So ll kjnd. ot con- ay llila rrom W cn mri ho.i.Sowa you ptomptly tu ant-oU- ii t4 g.t oar prle.i work nd m.Url.l. txtor. jo buy yoar ntkUrUI at Iva.t. We Want Medicine Com pa ay, Des Moines, towa, with your name and atfctresn plainly oa tb hack, end tny win rorward you n fre sample of cnambertsln's Sokl by Stomach and Liver Penny's Drug Htoro. urf. In UaVrK. cm. ink to tUt. arl rjftl st. it democrats vho are legal rotors shall be entitled to rote In said pn tuary election, acd are requested to person desiring to become a candidate for Uv Democratic nomi nation for said office, snail, net 1st' er thaa Saturday, February 18, 1911, giro notice of his Intention so to do. in writing, to o. L. penny, unairman of tho District Commutes ol the Thir teenth Circuit Coort District, and In addition, shall, at the Urn of giving such noUce, deposit lth said chair man tho sum or ISa.e, and no per son raiting so to do hall be permitted , "2S!datS 2t tn uwn,ina f a tf. Any dO 60L Produce WE ARE rAYINO TO BAY FOR PHILLIPS BROS.. cut njnmm rm salei 1 -- f l.eatttraaU pocket bible, ileturo to Frances Corratney, Staatord, Ky, " J,..." t" ui'uasmi .in Suaford. Ky. in W. H, Higgins. ii Itljlll )rt"-fcT-w IiI jap and recuperative ability BOroeneKB after the devastating earth-auak- e and fire of a few years ago. Kot a trace of that holocaust remaining at the Golden Uate. City today end to see that wonderful city now one could nbt imagine tbe tribulations that Jobason challenges' McCreary for a series t joint debates, aixl as the 'Cfcalleagetf party the latter had the rlgat to name the time tfud terms Of ctjotm they dkl pot Eult Johnson so the debate will probably not be beM, wbick i?e think Is wise. Little coos would be done tbe party by ujMIioU of campaigning and suck the partlsass of eat candidate wontf Irava been na'de only the wore bitter, Call 'eai off. Champ Clark was nominated for Speiker at the Houso caucus Thura-daynlirlit. and the harmony which pievalled augurs well for democratic success In the prbsldi-ntla-l race next year. Judson Harmon seems certain to be tbe next prosldmt. r Hobs Kooslers Turkeys No. 1 .' S I !' IM3 76c-- J 10-&- 0 kWeiBRII mSJBUKKEm u , black skunk Il.25-M.6- 0 UWlBwmVBMVaM?' p... tjifiNlll i ealituroUh tho UMt. M at Uu) rrt.bMl loin town, plant, o! noj iimn, on aoori sain.. aoUe.JUM uiaks fpWaUy of wtnlln for tor rauoral 9nafrLId consocuoh wTmiBoaWr. I ttavo all niu.,wi.iirHiiiinup Dinn ii rootooaDr woll uui, tlMatth - Short fork Long fork Mink 1 (IHHISTUANOHKKN HOUNKB. Rd UuBaaan, faoa. Wtia-ri- l .Kr ...w SI W FREE?a. 50c Jar. of Palmolive Cream Wo heve,la regt ular size jar o( Iho famous Palmolive It . Cream wont cost you a for-you- Bring this coupon to our Mote cent Cut the coupon from the Nov. is and do as the ad directs. We will then give you absolutely free a full size Jar of Palmolive Cream which we ordinarily sell cash. at You'll Find tliis cream the most delightful thing ol its kind ever fo-5- 0c K It's en HousekeepinB.PncincMonthly.ReJ Book, Woman's Home Companion, tirely new and has Ladies' World, Uncle Remus' MagDec issues of People's Home all the azine. Journal, Delineator, Designer, New quality of Idea, Blue Book.Green Book. Nov. Palmolive 10th Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th Soao. the Suturdoy Evening Post. Nov. 6th queen of all ioilct soaps. Look in tha magazines (or the Illustrated Sunday Magazine) nnd coupon. unntf it to tins store Associutcd bunday Magazine. PENNY'S DRUO STORE, 3-- 1 sues ot Liood made. Tho Somerset Water Light i: Trac tlon Company offered for sale Mon day by J. L. Waddlu, receiver was bought in by J. II. Olbson for 179,000 Associated with Mr. Olbson In tho purchase vore seeial foreign capital Ists whoso names ate withheld for tl. probont. Tbo sale iucluded all propor ity ot tho Bomeraet Wntor Light & jTrnotton Company. The company haw been in the hands of the receiver for two vears. committee will meet fit' the office or its secretary, la Usnrlllis ICy., an Monday. tVbruary Wh 1011, at P. M.. sUhdard Urae, aad tr at the eiplratloa of tbe time fixed by section three hereof, there be not more than one candidate for fuld otTIc who bas compiled with tbe conditions .of section 3, the tn committee shall resolre Itself o a nominating convention, and snalf declare such person to be tbe noml- noe tor the ottlce. and saau reruas to ouch candidal., tha amount depostt- el by htm. less tho costs then accrued for advertsing and preparing for said election. 5. Tha noils shall bs opened la each jnd every toting precinct of all the counties In the district aforesaid. In the regular voting places, b. Upon the closing of the polls. thp otflcers shall proceed to count th0 billots and to mat.e return, and In to doing, snau ue gorerneu vj of the general election law and the returns shill bo made to the chairman or the respective counties ! the district, who will deliver the stub books, the certificates, and any questioned ballots to tbo Secretary of this committor. 7- ,- The officers of election shall bo selected by this ooinmitteo from tho lists to bo submitted by the several candidate in accordance with tbe pro Unions of tb0 primal y election law. H Kach candidate tjhall bo entitled to deslKiiate, by a written notice to tbo chairman of each county commit tee In the district .not less than five days prior to March 4, 1101, tho liamn of one porson for e.i'U voting pre ,fc"4ia fUKHion. rtfi ini i WfMtr swtMCS i, nld district 1! Htfthcttt T: K. Tudor. Mr. PUON&153. I. B. rn-t- Mr now fall aU Viktor samples are bow ready for ywaMhspectlon. They eataprtss itswi' taV narkeL 1 AN INSURANCE FoVfCY HAS PROV oaa suit aay aMaa t hc who has EN A LlrTE SAVER. his clothes ruajla U order. A suit In a riaanclal iay for roaay a ntan. Bade to your aessur la preferabls And It hi a oulcV asset in case ot to ready mads ctotltes. To hats fire that even the wealthiest appre tbem made to measure doesn't cost ciate, ir you are not insured you are aay mora tbaa raady raaa whsi taking chances that no prudent man quality and tit fat asaasttarva Uesss thould. yHave us Issue ou a policy la and let sas aajkS raasr ays sura and nrove roirrself to belong RaaMj. ms rraaUoai Tailor I H. to tbs prudsnt class. Tomorrow you may not have the ctance. DSslHRIf re ' y a W. S. FISH STANFORD, KY. J, LBeazley&Co., PHONE 200 J. C. McClary, NO SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDER 1iffi&B&6B&z$ui 4gg!i or driver who buys poor harness Is necessary. When honestly made and Huaranteed harness can be bought here so reasonably it Is n man's own fault if be takes the rhk or buying from a mall order catalogue. Prolit by others', experience and buy )our harness at homo. ItlirssrTH tTftr&frVHSK J. C. McCLARY, Stanford. tt c'citaker and Emfcnmor STAMFORD, Home 'Phono KY36. Undertakers and Emlmlir n. Also Dealers In Fur niluro, Mat tings, Hugs. They will exchange Furniture for Qive all Kinds of Block. Them Call. Prices Right aai?i.ia BYANPORD, - KENTUCKY Ufflce Thono 167 4 ''WoW SUpo r" M- - " (( roramr, januaiiy h h in THE STANFORD. KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNALS Do Your White Sewing Now. These are fine days to sit in the house and do your white sewing, and when Springtime conies you can enjoy the great outdoors. Then the advantage of buying at these January special prices There are many values in this sale that other stores will not duplicate, and if we had to buy again, we could not offer them at these low prices. We have been busy for the last week opening and marking new goods. We now have them ready for youf inspection. Come in and see the new White Goods, Ginghams, Laces, Embroderies, Percales, Linens, Etc. Compare these prices with other stores' we don't care where or how large and we will get your business: , $1.25 -- C 7 7SC 25 5C IOC WE WANT YOU FOR A CUSTOMER ; For extra quality 2xS4 veltet nife. ten patterns. I'er yi.rd (or real Kiencby pl.ild and Wo will meikk In swell combinations .12 clsth at 7 Heath Inch Zephyr grata a ms. nil abmt 1'2 pieces cotto. teat jard cheiper than lorjr For 21 Inrb quilt kiad. ce 15c Th SI ''T inul for IndlRo "'' b!u. calli-flen- Riey and yaicl for 40 Inch heavy brown heet,lrR. cottm FOR THIS YEAR. WE NEED YOU DO YOU NEED OUR 003f rM. ' $10 to 122. 12 59C 10c and 72C In (all d Koi ) luhc 10C 10 For any of fifty REMNANTS. Hlg let of For new room slc bruisel mister dnigRel. onJ ax For 40 a soft finish chrck dlralty for 81x90 Roed qualltr bleach hemmed For Umtorlck patt rn hc Just t Sea Mand cotton. stylos Pew sprlns lor ubderwear. srett. Mk lor fasblcn jHfIs to-- customer. I dress ginghams, dress bams. . lnnary. . them. taken o t during Don't forpct to look at 3, 6, 9. CSC 20C to 27C . 15C 7 12 COTTONS will not ho any cheaper Tor some time. For, Cloak OoCii Just doubln the money. Jtti Inch extra eool quality wnlsttr.i: and embtoldery linen. For best quality blao. sheeting time to buy. thyard. 5C to $2.50 wide blask cotton, made For any of forty French styles Hcd . any cjlor stlckeiel brold The kind Foi a , yard , ,. , Mt. by For Seel jriDRhains. others fck 20 cms for. 15 cunt. now t JH Murk this down. i YOU i ti Vou ' v 1 to 3. IOC 15C hr-e- ' Foi V to $3 IOC . Off the price of any dress skirts. -- very For bnk el alx eoo1 patterns check For hit widths and qualty o' I'er jurd for nene&t pattern In cmbrolderlc..( ;JalnoV. lingular 15 ren( quallly qnal'ty llaxon. rt. iuericn ljdy corsets. , Ilcst Foi pretty showy patterns hamb'irgs. can buy with confidence. tco much here In ntv nevtt PV r b Cent. 12 , 3C to 25C 10C to $1 $4.68 5 and 10C WE aie selling mattini? now ham rempiijit and 17e For aprou ginghams (food stolen. ol' Tor quality, ej,ici; of 1. new HbIiI pttttetim in For llanchester comhrle, shlrtliin and al;llriK choice of hundreds or In prcttr pat-tn- n French and Herman vats. For no sprlnK hlte kooL. For ti New Vork black silk petticoat (liiarriitfed to wrarione year. For conwnt burgs. lttern In at half price. 23c HOC a5e quality at VI 1.2 d loe'an.1 attcrns. 5C HiiL-- lOo PER YAHD .- - FI HltTlDK HIOKftnt SWrtUktfr ftlntftaiu patterns met olos 1011 5c,7e and 10 cents For the bost pearl buttons ou over hw at these prices. 48e Fo- - 7 10C For 40 Inch Pea Island rotten. iStlS bleach loom illce napkin. jnrns to c 'stouieis. i I) Kach for ISvIO sw'l weisht Foi' Rtnii'no Inches all linen laco 1.2 to '2 We carry all the popular brands of cot tons and sheetings. Prices less 'lit. than othersflsk. Tk We thank you for past patronage. Call again. , 4- - Severance & Son Moute Fox ot Daiullle .is heie to day rn IiiuIhcs? Store Mr A S Itankln, of lUnMn, 'inu cofioty, can e n lo his broibur PERSONALS. l.tlore tlj latter leitw;. v itl bis Ifniii-i- j st. loi the W. T, rrtIor of Beo I.lck has been C ul mt wilU The Cmrent David Mm. F M McKineru o lliunxtny ithn ruestj of hfs pleasant t. Adams here for rtis club laftemion or Inst , MIm I'attle I'retrltt .of IeilnjWn U j..:.i...i nit- - wviuu w.ui. iur isuui ujttrncru exerlen followed by I the lo'l eft 1 takiny a peclal eiurso In vjlcc by Mrs. Tvere r Kt Chevy Chase l.eiB; and mlm.le Secietary.a Subhct, J. 0 "lie-viet,arrent , tna liemld ot the Past Tor.'' Mrs. Ireland It. Cbolelte, S. .ind bad th leidlnp paper oa SJttiape ileshrs rblcu was ably bttudle't. Mrs. Sautv l.'laiuta 11 inter, 'mo piumlnent cl'l folk)H-dii-thlups thi? lent, ol K: i,'. Mo. tln, uoro beie In M''mw Mr?witn I nxton gave soma of FrrI v. ih busis.i Mrs. Severance the latest Invention Mts-Kflle, Funnle and Orace ibea iritd n licmit ful piper, on II jear' progress, writ-H'd the Yoimr, end Zor IUub left Xooday by Mr. C E. Tiite Mrs. tTarpen-Xi- r for HI'.UmoDd to attend N'orual tKbool rare some Into discoveries tn T. Noel of LaPolIutte. medicine, which was very latere-- t Marrfiall Mf. ZAiAin... lu ti I Aail linniA 'i'etuij has. been rlsUing hin fathei ii boailtllul ex'racts from n article by Ke.t. K. K. Noel. Jamej lAnc Allen on atL Mrs. lliysl .Mr. and Mrs. C M. W'illlinis bave c)oea ltb a bbo?i prtfeta on finance-leturnui fiom ML Vernon, wbeo Mr. Mrs. W. M Ilrlrbt was upp.ntel VTllllams nag called oa account of JSetrtarj and it rasicMed :o meeti "--'r8-- . vm. aeroa. ,lhe Ulne&s of hts mother.-8omertie H-nt son-in-larl-l. '" 'IT spuLial rountain pens for school uso 16 cents, SI and J 1.25 at Penny's Orug PUBLIC SALE! A n 25 at 1 On Wertnejda I lll offer nt public auction at my home on l.o?nn avenue all my household and kitchen furniture, ono cook stove, 1 coal oil stoo, I larRe lion kettle, I kitchen Rare, a lot folding bed, 1 Writing preserves, dPhk, 1 liook case, 1 wardrobe, 1 wasn bland. eblffonlere, 2 watyr sets, mattings, window blinds nnu curtains, plctmes, hooks, some new feafhers, and u few pieces of antique furniture i The Path Of M, Glory:- - By Just ! 1 I .......... Judge Wise: 1 col-itur- o Col'e Teunr rash. ,';id MRS. LAURA HUNDLEY. O s ne' this county will be held in Stanford 27 ami 28, arc! May 12 IX. Received t Allot of Oliver Plows and Eepairs. a, vu V s era-tnr- e Singleton Supt. the lutenoi Journal order your Home Journal or Saturday Kvening Post, so bend In your renewal We ca" Ju "ney. lat Indies' . - Bw7 Vb ''' 'L V '' to i S I 'The P?ttfa of Glory leads but J to the Grave," says the Judge, JJ "but only those will enjoy the S trip who buy their clothes from i I CUMMINS &WEAREN," H See their special prices on all 5 suits for this week. a -; Vm MM'MIIIBIBtollHIIMHHiaiHflB f 5-- HllllllRlRRilliNHllRlllllllR 18 tia 4TORE THE HOME OF HART 6CHAFFNEII i Dtores U altV rick at way ten od 6cliclou reireakaests icsig. i ug the ftt. Aeapa ITotel. iiir u(;utl iiuur nn l.unHl(Ui 1C njoye. Mr. and Mr. J F HoFUm of Crab I Or we can set you Home and Ka OibcaM, vtra piesta hei Saaurday. 4 one yeai, Ilemus Home Maa SHORT LOCAL NEWS J Mr. .U H. Jtster has 1 .ut lovlta zlne ono year. Oootl Housekeeping, -ttotm for h luDcbeoa tn lonor of Mrs Post tbre and "tiwlet peas, re six months, the Gulden ! Hays Posier on Tuesdav afternoon. lcd to lay W II. HIbsIos months and (be I. J, one yeai for ' Or Steele Malley. of Robinson, $2. Ton can't beat this one IhMik- - iwr orders now for AmeriI Utah, bap arrived to be at the beJ- can and av (he snrlnr ad. Hlcha of tts wne. The First National Dusk sent onl. itjo n Korqewbat riintapi. 0o. II. Fliirls. , last Keek its IP I which iuiproi(.3. Tbe doctor's western b,onie o arroe with mm. and nis Nke l"t wf Myers ruijjps at W K. are auong the handsomest seen this '.many frWm4t bil rexrelttac tbo clr Warner's the plumper a4 tibwr year will b especialry Interostlne 4. Stanford, Ky. lo l.lncoluliM, b6 tney cootalH a splen eumsi&nra Ibat ass Witnm Mra bck Ud plctuie of the court bouse. to bis urd botce are envet(keU;ss gild Catarrh Cannot 4 to fe fcba. vttb lCil, .trK.tCATIOVS. Dr. J W Acloa iM Kitu. k UouAtaln IW wl 1 U lllKaar. CXMth to tkr umi mit 1HPXI 9TUXMH u rvrt H mm miM AJauM. la t lit-- t Was here Wek and .mld.that be imwui rrb4Jcs.tti uaordrr lDUmJ CUuxh Oir ia Ulm id (1UvJy utvn ifaf M Uratihr. .auu Mi. Orceo Murpby hav Jeolded tsrtKrt. ao4 ruCaumi Cw h uolt uatk nwo emit. iuir Ik k4 MwnM It m a trtvnl&r nkiik uu m cuft. rt rli!c.i not to relic Id their to: la fkla MDtrr iut imtiiik)0. Wu MhMafd It l r niiwd 44 ib lMt viSf Jt,etro)cU hf fi a few wivk u:q wllh the bnt Mood uxm. iriliic dlXKtr m tbt HIKOW autHK Ihr vnmbxvm .L'olli aro rli'oVn of leavtiu Kiim'f two Ittxrwirsu It wt4 mxt vtkfeUvn w rt tch wwkWtill I Mountain d iat inuMbtav, nt. foi fome other p' n I'r mu ja urms 1Mtwrti. r. cvuli ru , rntL. TaiMa. u. ' Acton liutt been urqod to coitji to r Dnurbta. pcl "V foMjinlk). tf'nn Sold (uu aiir run u Tn ford to make Ins home. FariuiT- d- Duj Vulcan ard (lllbs' New was received from Parker AlUonu Hutmduy of llio birth theie imperial Pious, nil kinds of crass ,of a bou to Mr and Mrs. llobert C teed, iind Internatloii'il .Stock, and Poultry Fool from Pence liros. M'Si-ulleyriio rather is an old Stan A Kreat many people In Stanford ford boy, a brother of tbo I. J editor mJhiicI u woll rcuiemboied bore. The and the adjoining country take the BETttV'S P0INTER8: youngster has been named William (.oulsvllle Hornld I'nlll the .'10th day "1 like to I co a handsome man lians Saufley, for lila patein.U giand. of January we can ItirnUli you the about as well as the next Woman. father and his wateiual graudiiiotlier I'.uly l)utkllle Herald, aud the in. hut not ho kind afraid to sweep off Mrs. J C. McClary. Mr. Baufloy'a moth lorlor Journal, ono year for $2.73. the front pOrch for his w fe for fcai ot Bpprarln,? awkward (Jood er nrrlted fit Parker Just In time lo This Is g0"'! Tor renewals of your ato not as nearly as import looks ot as welcome her second grandson. cubscrlptlons to both iiapers or for pood erocorloa, and tlu loit in the YV now Nubbqrlberti to ohor. C ailiner. of Lebanon, Va lino Is to bo had nt Coffey and C le. lletter li the ,iest of W. D. Hnuson ,ot the talto advantage of this offor, for It ma n't" W'o ha rn some ory fine Nev Or West Kud, who Is alsp a Vliglnlan. ("oomit last long. MARX CLOTHES loiUDb luolauort at 65 ceuLs Bir dinner wns remruins from Okla gal Ion. l.omn wlioro bo was prospecting. Tli. I"""''-'--'0- " I" common school looked over Lincoln and may bo In-- ' COFFEY A COLEMAN, courso to eulering the high srhool In Phone 186. Uuced to locate bore. Promt Delivery. I Time. Or. W. M. fihlrd ibni-u'a- j' The hotes w" In The intetlor Journal can ret you ,hti rA...ir.t.oi r,... ---"- "" " FVtrtiai-yt" Ret be biggest ikiJly in toe state hr wn ciarmlur'ai a bhrtln rate, and It won't last . .,, ......,,, :"; e i, BBl.' W. E. PERICINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY .' Ku-nW- g " .T.-W- ' m, a - I" B. Hugbe : Humble W. 0. tfartf - oak-attars- .'f-ee- 25 FEE CENT OFF Map) B.urc4 fn &. On any pair of Shoes in our house Newest Stuft and., latest, styles In f j VICIS, PATENTS, ETC Oxfords to go at cost and less than cost. ' m . 9 V ml' Strictly A Spot Cash Proposition HUGHES, MARTIN STANFORD, & CO., p-- r J , L Dry Goods, Notions. Shoes KENTUCKY t- ! S J . i PAU1S.F0UK iU".'.' rJi wxj&mm m r' THE STANFORD. KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. TIKSI-A- JANlAltY U h 19U Below Cost BEST MAKE MEN'S $25.00 Suits at - - 22.50 Suits at - - 20.00 Suits at - . - ! THE FARMERS tho St Asaph hotel we cheap fhe nice Jersey cows, pood milkers; aloo thre nnd 6 yearling Jcrtey heir-cm- , all full blooded nnd tine stock 82 7 Karris nnd Hardin. Btnnford, Aged sorrel mar0 15 hands hlfili came to in) place. Owner can Ret mme by paying for this notice- and her keep. J P. Rogers, Cedar Creek, I idling have lor Bold Halo d For Only Thirty Days. Come early and get picked goods. Now 85-- Kor is your last and only chance to get what you want for little money. Everything in the house AT AND BELOW COST! eed. .ota 1 M. F. No. 4. Sale. 2oo bushels of millet Lawrence, Stanford, Ky 88-4 will stand tho Ilnwklns Itoan bull at :t to Insure. H. V. (lalnes, Stan-TorKouto No. 1. A few fine thoroughbred buff orph-llston- Phone 143-- 1 C C With-ere- . TOBACCO 8ELL8 HIQH. Clarence l.elius. 1'iesldelit of tlir Hurley Tobacco Society, sold at Lex Itigton Thursday (lie first tnhnrcn he has fcer offered on a loose leaf mar ket, Borne 01 It being knocked down nt the unprecedented price of 40 rente n pound. He sold f.,12.'i iiouuds the prices ranging froiuilu lo 40 cents nnd Averaging 20 cents tho sum of 111,228 22! being rcaltted from the salo Tho American Tobacco Compan l,ouKnt m08t of this tobacco, including By part. The tobacco w tno Compound tnlxcd on Mr. f.otlim. farm In Pnvolti. Peoria, 111. "I wish to let every ono countr nnd was raised bv a tenant nn T wrlli bnAW tvkftt AJJVUM V a INnVlinm! a iduiv ' . rA )uwii nu aiiki4t " dies navo none ror me. For two years SAVED LEBUS' The Famous IS&yfy The Lamp with Muted Light should always be used where several peoplo sit, because It docs not strata the eyee of those sitting far from It. The Rayo Lamp It constructed to rive the fnaKlgrrum diffused whifvUcht. Every vene detail that Incrlwee its lifbt-ttvlkeeieen InekKM. Tw Tl Bro It Iff ot FROM AN OPERATION Lydia E. Plnkhani's Vegetable 40-ce- k MT rt iltatT bumr. ft" aeftMMf--- jf mv "f jreu csnnrt fri fanlArt. Kor Sale. A Nuthurst marc T, A. BOYS' OVERCOATS SUITS. Ml Hrudloy, Danville, Ky. 0m JUjro Vtmt, Xhmjn On. $17.98 $8.oo Coats at $4.98 Two wagons for sale cheap, a new no studebaker and a new Old Hickory 16.48 7.oo Coats at 'q 'John CooU Slnof0"1 K JFy Tb aUn4arel Oil Company 13.98 6.oo Coats at 3.4o ix,t Three ewes. D. W Gaines, i " A 0 Hubble. Ky. 18.00 Suits at - - - 12.98 5.oo Coats at "I LoHl. Watch nnd chain finder 9.98 4.oo Coats at 15.80 Suits at 2.98 'plnae return to Hughes, Martin & o tqICo's store and get reward. 12.50 Suits at - - . 7.98 3.5o Coats at W, i.vm. ui Half Itnraix imp, 2 nnd '" " ' 6.48 Bred to imported Shrop3 year olds 10.00 Suits at Pied clone for tno can net it from any drutr- - 'ntcet him In a better rorld ODD PANTS, OF NEWEST shire rim. Duo to lamb Teh 20. gist or by writing to me. You can use ..aid he was not afraid to die and oh, We have 200 odds and n. V. Gaines. any way 7?.u wh' vhnt a Brest comfort to know that ho raJJ,?stl,lT1l0n,al, DESIGN. end which sold from I, to answer letters." , r Kor Sale. Ualed hay In any quan. 4t Mrs. Christina Kexd. 10; Mound St., !'" tity. Mrs. Mnttle V. Klrby. kik murmuied nor complained $5 to $15. All go now at 3.48 $6.oo Pants at -H nctcr $498 Kor Sale Some nice yearling sows, 1'eoria, 11L Berkshire subject to beneath the chastening rod. but In the BOYS' KNEE SUITS 5.oo Pants at 3.78 , bred to Black to farrow the, Orst of Another Operation Avoided. rif;l8tri duo New Orleans, La. "For years I suf- hour of grief and pain he leaned upon Snlem, Now is the time to buy your Plow -2.98 Kebruary. J. S. Carpenter, Mt. 54 fered from severe female troubles. his God, the pearly gales were open Ky. $10.002Suits at - - $6.98 4.oo Pants at 10 nccrcs at Finally I was confined to my bed and Tvlde und gentle voices said come - 5.48 3.5o Pants at 2.48 Kor rent. Place of the doctor said nn operation was neces 7.50 Suits at sary. 1 gave Lydia E. Pinkham's Veir. and angels on the other side welcomGear. Come and let me fit you up 2.15 Hayden'g Station. Will Porter 3.oo Pants at -- 4 48 6 50 Suits at oie I'ompounu a trial first, and ed darling father home. was saved from an operation." Mrs. by bis lonely 1.98,er Written lfe Mrs - 3.78 2.5o Pants at 5 00 Suits at I ' At the "r8t 0t lhe U' day"' 8a'e f UlyPkykocx, 1111 Kerlereo St, New Fred Cole. am sure I can please you in quality Zoo Pantsjat 1.40 riiirno hrfira hv tho nhu Grass Dtiroc Orleans, La. 2 78 4 oo Suits at Iff The great volume of unsolicited tes. TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS Sale Company which was held In Lex - - 2.48 3.50 Suits at RUBBERS tlmony constantly pouring in pro re and price. lngton last week thirty hogs ncre conclusively that Lydia K. Finkham'-- 1 I nni n)w located on Fourth street, We hve One Hundred Solid With Buckle andCioth sol1 for ft tolal o 1357' and 'raRc Vegetable Compound Is a rerearkablo vi Ith the best equipped stable In nnd will be jrlad to see yo'i nt remedy for thow dlntresslng feminlno of these in broken lots ills from which so many women sufler. any time And will show the lndli 1oP price for the quality of offeilng especially courteous treatment Sat- to be sold from $2 to D. F. LOGAN. $2.25 Rubbers at $191 T' C toRan,s,n shipped 30 mules mar- Frantic With Grief. be sold "on the Atlanta urdav $7.50 1 79 kcL 2.00 Rubbers at : Crab Orchard, Kentucky. 1.98 1 50 Rubbers ... Go now at at : : 98. K. M. Camden and son sold C W. IS CASEY WOMAN WHO CAUSED n po Hkelton n pair or geldlngb nt I3G0 Mmmmmcmmmmmmmi MEN'S OVERCOATS l.oo Rubbers : : HER MOTHER'S DEATH. K Adams sold to J. M. Camden and : 64 son a pair of mules for $.100 $22.50 Overcoats at $14.98 75c Rubbers at : county News ays writes Mrs. Ethel Newlin, 50c Rubbers at :' : 39 the peculiar properties of Chamber Tile Caseythe Kentucky paper, re2o oo Overcoats at 12.98 STATE BANK & TRUST CO., of Liberty Center, Intl., Most all lains Cough Remedy have been thor port that Mrs. James Alien was brutal 'that 1 began to take Car-dCORDUROY PANTS 15 oo Overcoats at 8.48 STANFORD, KY. oughly tested during epidemics of In- for it lias cured me, fliinnvi nnrl uhfin If uoo lolAn In y murdeied by her daughter at Kills 12 5o Overcoats at 7.98 $4 00 Pants at : : nd I will never forget it 2 98. time we have not heard or a slnglo burg lat-- t week, vhicii Is a mistake "I cannot 'praise Cardul from most reliable reports obtainable lo oo Overcoats at 5.98 3.5o Pants at : CAPITAL STOCK 150,000 OO . nnip Store. too highly for what it did While It Is a fact during a family " Some in Rainproof with Officers: 2 34 3.oo Pants at : : for me. Before I began quarrel between mother and President W. U MeCarty. Presto cilia. It is New to lake It, I was very : : 2 00 Pants at 1.48 fere is a Remedy That daughter the former ua& pushed oer Vice Presidents C. L. Penny, J. S. Rice, J. D. Eads bad color, suffered great on a pile ot wood nllh no Intention Cashier SHOES J. w. Hutcheton and only HATS John B. Stetson. cf doing any barm, by the daughter fain pounds.weighed I have Will Cure Eczema Assistant Cashier . C. Hays Foster Now the mother sustained a trnctttred hip In Patent, Vici Gun Met. Individual 8. A. Phillips "WE PROVE IT" : 1 stood color, do not suffer 2 98 $4 00 Hats at : . from which she died a wek al Calf and Tan and weigh 125 lbs." : The daughter had no Inteu : 3U Mat at 2 78 J 1 KM hurting her mother, WC CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BU8INESS. $4.oo Shoes now $339 3 00 Hat at : : : 2 15 Why waste time and money experi- tion or almost frantic Rith she claim and Is grief 1 08 menting with greasy salves and loShoes now 23S 2 50 Hat at : : It Is understood Irora personi from tions, trying to (bat the 3 .oo Shoes now has 234 2 OO Hat at : : : 1 48 from underneathdrhe the eczema germ been West Kml under MUs Allen tur- Tike the skin when Penreleased J7S0 bond 1 5U Mat at 2.5o Shoes, now . : : 1.98 93 ny's Drug Store guarantees ZKMO. a nUhed by her brother The Woman's Tonic MR. FARMER: Slake vour home as modern for vnur familv tee. 2.co Shoes .now 19 clean liquid preparation (or external 1.68 1 00 Hatat : 1 : residence, audpbeo jrourwJf in a position to get the latest market quotation strong, noxBeware of use to rid the skin ol the germ life 6-- I .... -- PlwySrJinctvo IN tors said I had tu- -' PRED COLE mors, and the only remedy was the surH geon's knife. My I Mr Fred L, Cole died Dec 3rd nt mother boucht mo the home of bis father In law A A ' SwHiiiHi. LydUE.nnkhnnVs- I'ottc on the Ben Ilryan farm II cgeiauio uomiiuu, anu today 1 had been allinc ror some months Wui a neaitny wo- - 23 ycaril ot oge ne oa, a wt an. lor montiii suffered from in and two children, llail age 3 years nammatlon.andyourSanatlTeWrtshrc- - Nelllo ago H weeks, besides his moth lieved me. Your Liver 111U have no er and ono sister to mourn his death I suffered. The doc HwtriA mre I ifHi, ftw a aWet in htmim jwMww o L. Li Jt - :i FARMER .Ul r ! I.am-as- - -- I I I t Dan-Mil- L. L. SANDERS, 4- -S a ui. -- I . tl-- e I Book-keepe- r after-wards- 3-5- o - RURAL TELEPHONES. Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. ME -- that causes the trouble? Ono appli Piblic Sale and Rental bae WRITE FOR PRICE8 ON HIGH GRADE HANDLE THE BEST MEALMADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. WILLIAM A. BURNETT, BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY Kentucky Agency for Owl Brand. ' established 1901. I CO TTON SEED MEAL cation will relieve the itching and of- teu tiroes one bottle is sulllelent to cure n minor case or eczema. ZKMO Is sold by druggists, everywhere and In Stanford by G. L. Penny and they will tell you of the marvel oils cures made by this clean simple treatment. ZKMO and ZKMO soap are recognized as the cleanest and most popular treatment for Eczema, pimples, dandrurr and all oter roams of skin or scalp affections whether on Infant or grown person. Will you try ZKMO and ZKMO soap on our recommendation and guarantee of satisfaction or your money back? Penny Drug Store. As i decided to quit farming. Thursday February 2 23 1911 We Cordially Invite You To Sell Your Tobacco Over Our Breaks the market, on highest,, price, $23.25 and usual the best individual averdge'on entire crop 10,000 pounds With seven active, competitive buyers, repat $15.50. resenting the largest factories in this and foreign countries, makes Danville as good a market as any in the burley disWith the best lighted house in Kentucky, with a trict. tobacco auctioneer with no superior on any break, coupled with experienced tobacco men as floor managers to show jotfhow to place your tobacco to the best advantage, tells tne"srory why we can serve your interest just a little better Don't forget the name. than the other fellow. we-topp- ed We sold last week over half million pounds in five days and have sold since January 1st oyer a million pounds. As Danville Tobacco Warehouse, INCORPORATED. Walnut Street, Danville, Ky. Free Insurance, Free Stable, No Charge for Rejections. at I" o'clock. I will bell my farm of 191 acres 2 mlle soutb-ueJ- l or Hustonville near the nraJfordsvllla WINTER tdllRIST-TICKET- S rikc in Lincoln county. In one of the best nciRhlKirhool8 In Kentucky This farm is well improved and good lind, watered by seven never fulling springs, one; never falling sprite piped Into, a splendid mule baru "OiSn AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS PROFESSIONAL AND ON SALQ DAJL.Y ftet furnishing fresh, running water VIA BUSINESS CARDS at all times'1 without having to "bt ruMped. near barn is corn crib will C. Hays Foster hold 500 barrels or corn, thesi build-mp- s W. V Klncaid KINCAID & FOSTER are covered with best grade pf INSURANCE tin. ALso new tobacco barn 72x91 Fire Life and Accident. will bold 12 acres, a good' brick C Uiticc State Bank & Trust Co. STANFORD KY. rom dwelling, ci.stem at door, all Sarctv Honds. mcessary out buildings in good re--' GOOD HETURNINO UNTIL MAY 31, 1911. MINKS HOTEL, pair, nice orchard, fencing completelv Abe .Minks Prsp...:,..Msrc!s.-.- , y. w all over fcrm, all iu grass but 70 New hotel and stable opposite deIt C. KINO, Fumpr uU TfcM AgM. 101 U. MtJa St., LEXINOTOff. KY. acres, farm will be offered in two pot. Special rates to traveling men. tracts of near 100 acres each. South Kieiytbmg brand now. Single rooms. DR. T. W. PENNINGTON tract has tobacco tnrn. tenant house Dentist HOG RAISERS or it, north tract lias dwelling mule Hours 8:U0-1A.M. nnd 1 to 4:0 l'.M Are your bogs worth 5 cents per mifi cotn crb. out bulldlkigs and ottlce Myers House fists Stanford Kv Ko.ll Hoatn, llix r. x. bead 7 Ve guarantee u No.SS. HOUth, " orchard, and then offered as a whole Ho.u, North,i0A. x. DR. W. M. CRAIG, Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy Terms euy, made known on duy ot No,Rv!orUi,t:i r. x to keep hogs Wealthy and free from OfllUt arid Optician No.n, lOJiA. u. sale, loino day will offer stock and over H. J. ifcltoberti)' Store, No.M.liWr. m. disease for 6 cents per hqad per crops about .100 bales of hay, corn Stanford, Ky. month. It cures Cholera, Kills JOS. S. RICC, "Worms, Stimulates the Appetite, Aids hotss, sheep, 1 splendid Jersey cow PRESSED STANDING SEAM GALeigestlon and causes bogs to ratten 4 years old, 2 Jersey belters wilt bo VANIZED ROOFING. very rapidly. This remedy Is used fresh in Kpring, 2 mares gentlo for Large Quantities carried In Stock and endorsed by leading bog raisers New Llverv- EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. lady to drive, 1 old how good throughout the country. Come In Phono 114. Depot Street, and let us tell you about IL worker and good driver, 1 year old Sold by New Stanford Oiug Co. WILL ADAMS Phone OO, filly, 1 buy horse colt, two 2bopo Livery; all kinds of hauling, Fur- STANFORD. KENTUCKY. wagons, 2 buggies 1 binder, 1 mower. hay rake, disc harrow, cultivator, and niture packing. BLOOD POISON Phono173 Stanford, Ky. plows, 1 tobacco setter, 17,000 tobacco FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Cured by the Marvel or the Century 'MACCABEES Everything for Orchard Lawn sticks otlyr things t,oo numerous to B. B. B Tested for 30 Years. A. C. Sine, mention, 2 shares offtfustonvillo teleand Garden. Drives out blood poison In any Deputy State Commander . phone stock. Wrlto for Freo Catalogue. No. Agents stage, permanently without deadly BtUOtrd, Ky, Possession of farm gtten March. 1, H. F. HILLENMEYER A SON8. mrcury, with pure botanical Ingreme, TENT NO, 7, STANFORD Lexington, Kentucky, ll'll. For any Information call on dients. To prove It v.e will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE vMeU : 41U : Mos4a7. : NtebtM N, W. PIPES. U you havo ulcers, eating sores, J. J. 9ELDEN. Ilustonillle. Ky MASONS' MEETING. humors, swellings mucus House, Carriage and Sign Painting, Itching, patches, bono pains, offensive pimples, Lincoln LoUr No. eo. K. 4 A, M. will uiett Oecoratlve Paper lunging, Bugg or eruptions, talco B. B, B. tn ititted comraunlCHtlOQ ou each tint and (Botanic .klrH Mr.,..,., nl.hl. nfua.h n.nn,!. a, V tttt Trimming and Repairing. Shop over Blood Balm). All symptoms heal WE PAY ' o'clock la their hull on main trntat, Htsn-torHIGHEST CA8H PRICE Aldrldge's Blacksmith Shop. quickly. Wood U made pure and rich, Ky. Hemtwri of alitor lodge ar n Invited to Ut prtul. T. W, For All Kinds of completely changing Uio entire body J. J. BELDEN. Ho. Farm Produce Into a clean, healthy condltlou, heal-luHIDES AND FURS WANTED every soro and stopping all aches, W. W. BURQIN. JOHN COOK NOW. pains and Itching curing the worst DENTIST. LAND & UUCHANAN Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. case ot blood poison. Druggists or Office at Retldence. otaarord, Ky Specialist on ll horse and animal br exnresi. tl PER LAIIQH UOTTLH CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 'with directions for home cure. SAM disease. ious, mineral drugs, that sink into your system, like lead td the bottom of a basin of water. Cardul is purely vece-fab- le and contains no poisonous minerals, or dangerous drugs. It is perfectly safe and harmless, for use by old and young, and may be taken, as a tonic, for months, without any possible harmful effect Try'it. This can be axoomjiliibed by means of out telephone service your neienoori can get lor a sura that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearent office or write direct to teadquartert, Nsehville, Tetin., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our line cover the States of Kentucky, Tenuessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TEKNESSEK TEL- - A TEL. CO. njfnoU. wnicu you anu (IxoonrniiATKtit at any time. FLORIDA m n-- 2 LN.TIWETKBLE Aent. 1P V S. O. CARTER, Jn-nloito- I "SSLSSSttMNM ,!.' lfl1