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The Stanford interior journal: January 27, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911012701_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 27, 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. ' .- I" T"I.4 JTfft' - VOLUME XXXVIII The Stanford Interior Journal. No. 7. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, im b . KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27th, 1910. III J1 A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE PHONE FIGHT NOW SHORT LOCAL NEWS Fresh roasted peanuts ni ivery day. New Congressman Helm. BIO APPROPRIATION AOAINST FOR AEROPLANES. 28 CAR LOADS (IF KENTUCKY MULES Cousin Of Dink Farmer. Maurice Perkins. THOUGHT IT A UP TO THE COURTS. CITV TO ATTEMPT TO FORCE EA8T TENNESSEE TO 8E. CURE A VALID FRAN- - land's 6-- 2 n Hook your orders now for Anierl-tofencing and save the spring Geo. It. Farrl CHSE. The fight agalnit the Hast Tennessee Tflophnnn Comp.in In Hlnnford In order to necure a reduction In the Increase In rstei, In to be wared before the court. The City Council Is rolnc to tell A telephone franchise und if the Hast Tennessea Company does not bur It, will bo Riven a renson Able time to secure one or be notified to remove It notes from thu streets Following of tbe Court of Appeals fn the Frankfort caw, the company will be given three months In which to comply, thin being considered n ren onablo time In view of the phone company' long occtipsiiuy ot Ute City. The whole question at Issue He in whether thu East Tennessee Company has a Alld frnntlflse In the city of Hlnnford The company claim i( ban wlille .Mayor Florence, and ihq City Father do not bellcye thnt It has. On that jiolnt will the Usun lie, for ouUldu of tbiit the cases of KUnford and Frankfort are parallel, and tho lctory of the city of Fmnkfort means that Stanford can force the company to come to time, If It Is proven tbat the phono people are doing business Hlnnford, Ky. Warner's Nice lot of Myers pumps the plumber and at W. K. tinner 6 4. Krmem.-Ou- y Vulcan and Glbbs' Imperial Plow, all kinds of gras seed, and International Htock, and Poultry rood, from Fence Bros. Just received a fresti poper. J. It. Dearley supply of wall Best companies, lowest rates. In sure your property today with R. M. Mswland. MOO. l Mis Margaret Miller, of Richmond It tho guest of her aunt, Mr. Molllc Mcitobertn. J 1) Farrls wan ovei from Dan ville to see his brother, II. C Karri Wednesday. He leaven the first of tbo week to Join Mrs. Fartls In Orlando, Florid . Postmaster J. C Florence Is rzlng tbe two old brick houses back of tho court house near tbo Baptist church V!i,?.Wl!.h0,!.t fr"ch!f ,l vrlll be and will erect two handnome coMagen attorney 0ll ,n, ,te vuii'iuj ru uj iuc vuy to irustt:uiu tnis rase, for be outcome means a 'PHONE 'YOUR ORDER8 ereal deal to the people of tbo com TO iCS. nunlty and everything possible should , T. D. NEWLAND. t.e done. It Is fell, to wage the Issue to a nuccessful termination If possible Nothing definite Kan been done an For rent Blacksmith shop in More et low u id the formation of an Inde- land; good location for the right man pendent phone company, here for thi App"fa to Mrs Prlscllla Brown, More- s reason that the business men and generally do not want to hare land&Uy phono syMema In tbe eltr nnd do not want to take nny step which 'onT forget. Let me Uulld thai might lend to tbat undeslralilo con. home for yoti this sprlngiaV can Ultlon, until the legal stafm ot the Will Stone., Contractor company which U In oncrntion here piec you now Is fully ascertained and Builder. A number of the groceries boron putting In their phones again early In! We have plenty of coal nt Ibe right I lie week as tbe matter now Is' P , i... i.Y. and Joocsiiaufumnn, .ui.remuu, i King call yard. 6S. .. ".. ... .'...."". mn iiivi sin i r mi iinvn uui .the (bones, and Mill pay tho new and lost Mile hoc weight about 275 higher rate iinlll the courts have act-n- i In the matter and have Indicated Reward for return to Adolph or Albeit on Grucnlpnn. ,ut what are the rights or tbo Gruonlgan Von ha cltl-iri'i.- Congietsman Harvey Helm vsns ogalixnt the appropriation for aeroplanes for the United Utatcn army just made by cougrcs and had somo portlncnt words to say on tbe subject when the bill was under discussion. Tbe Washington Times said of it' Aeroplanes, balloons, the Mate of unprepnredncss tor war, tha North Pole, and Walter Wcllman were tho diversified subjects upon which tho House talked for several hours before tho final passage of the army appro priation, which was amended feo as to Authorize an expenditure) of JU.'i.OOO for the purchase aud operation of aeroplanes Iccjinny use. Waller Wellmnn was dragged'lnto tbe debate by Hcpicsentative liclin of Kentucky, who was against the appropriation, and who described Wcllman as "Sir Walter Wellnian, tbe man who Is always trying stunts but never gels anywhere." Protesting against tho $S5,0'jO appropriation an a waste of money, Mr Helm, to tbe evident amuneircnt or the House, said "1 am not afmld of an Invasion or this country by a flock or aeroplanes from Aslu or any other nation. Suppose wc bad 10,000 aeroplanes In their rrescnt imbryonlc state of development, supposo Cermanw had 1,000.000 Franco twice the number, and Enp-laud CO SOUH IN ONE SHIPMENT TO BIO MARKETS ARE ALWAYS IN DEMAND. Twent)-elgh- BORN IN LINCOLN PASSES AWAY WRITES INTERESTING LETTER AFTER LONG LIFE, IN FROM TEXAS TOWN. Col "CASEJDF LEPROSY. BUT GERMAN WAS ONLY SUFFERING FROM ECZEMA BOARD OF HELATH ACTS. t car load; ot Kentucky mules passed south over the Cincinnati Southern railroad ' through thin county the first of tho week, en route to tho Georgia, nluketn. The train which carried them waula1 solid "mule trnln,' Othef largo Mfpment have been made to the Southern mule mar kcts lately, the trains Jbclng largely lsdcn with the long earea htbrld. but the 28 car loads' believed to bo something of a record Averaging 25 mulos to the car this would mean one shipment alone or 700 mules. Ulskemofe. ol HbelbvCol. vllle, Tenn, nn extensive farmer and mulo buver 'Iron! .this auction, wis In Lincoln Wednesday and told of seeing this large shipment goln to the south Ho came up expressly to negotiate with J K and Jonen Hnuihmnn of the W'est Cnd for n cur load of mules, "Mlsfourl In coming rapidly to tbe front an a mule statu," said Cot Make more, but no matter how many they raise there, thev will never be able to supplant the Kentucky and Tennes see mule The mules from these two elates have a reputation that makes them valuable anywherev The M ; mules seem sluggish and stupid beside the mules you raffe here, nnd' thev cannot take the soutWrn nmrkcl I tway from them." Col niakemore says that (he large; Cotton markets ralccd In recent years Is-- thi' death , 'nter,r Journa' Bn ,nlere8t,ns ,etter hlscousln, Hon. L. P. Fanner ;deBCrlpl,V0 ot Wichita Falls. Texas, thereof vho was lorn In Lincoln county and.w,h.lcl1 '" ono of tho Progressive little Mr. left, here many jcars ago lor tbei cities of tho Lone Star State iroalen west, pie made a fortune Terklns writes Wichita Falls, Texas there, and became one or the raont prominent citizens of his community. To My Kentucky Friends: Will write you a short letMany or the older residents of this section will remember him The ter concerning 'Wichita Falls tho fastest growing nnd most enterprising Yuba City paper aald of his death: Death o'd city of northwest Toxns Reached here has called another last Sunday nnd have not bad time to pioneer and ono whom all knew and find good thlnes Wlchltn out all highly respected. Lewis P. Farmer, Falh Is tho the county seat of Wichita whoso Illness has been severe for count, located In the northern part of the past e.ir or two, paused away at the state in miles north west of Fort his home near O'Banlon Corners In county, last Tuesday, and his Worth closo to the Oklahoma line It tbfs is a city of 10.000 people, haj on up to- taking oft leaves another place varailway system oporatlng cant In the ranks of the substantial date street m line cars as can bo found In the citizens of Sutter county. outhwcbt which bosldes covering tho Mr. Farmer was born In Lincoln county, Kentucky, February 7th, principal part of the county extends 1834, being over "6 years of age at to Lako Wichita which Is 6 miles tuo time of. his death. He, came of southwest a beautiful artificial lako patriotic stock, bis paternal grand-rour- l covcriup about 3,000 acren which rnther hnvlns fought In the Revolu- - serves as a water supply for the cltj ''onnry W,Br Mr - Farmer removed to and irrigation purposed The ground 1S5G, ana Missouri engaged In surrounding is also a haven for tho farming and in 1864 near the close of pleasure seekers I2o0,000.00 having the Civil War came to California byiD:,-'- &l'cnt In building a pdvilllon ho- - Ftf liragr. TJJ'ilng Dink F)fncr, Lincoln coun Maurice M. Perkins, or Crab Orch ard, who la In the west on a proaand pleasure trip. wrUes the - Wlfnr Residents or Moreland nnd the West Knd thought they had a case of leprosy In their midst and for several weeks tryy nave cnrcfnlly avoided tha residence of a German by the name of Toga, who has lived a rather se eluded life two miles out from that Complaint was made to County Judg V. Bailey or tho case, so he and Dr. J. O Carpenter, or the Kentucky Medical Association, visited tbe man and examined him. Dr. Carpenter made a careful diagnosis and round that the man Is suffering from an aggravated case ot chronic eczema, ot the hands feet and limbs. So there Is no cause for nny alarm on the part ot the people of that section. Togn's wile died several years ago aud be Is said to have three children In Germany. tbo Lincoln Board of Health met here on Wednesday to take action ncaln?t the spread of contagious diseases. The following minute was given the Interior Journal: lhe Lincoln County Hoard ot Health met today, this the 25th, in Judge Bailey's oftlce and elected mm chairman, Dr. J. G. Carpenter was elected secretary ot the board aud County Health Officer. Tho local Board of Health for Lincoln county Is composed ot Judge Bailey, Squire John A. Singleton, King's Mountain, Dr. L F. Jones, Crab Orchard, Dr T H. Singleton, atcKlnney, and Dr. J. G Carpenter, Stanford. It shall be tbe duty or any or the board to visit and hustling little city. James n lo :............. .'"'.:." - :...i; 7-- Mrs Adolrh " Florence Is determined to! the matter to a final decision Rev Jos llallou was "' yeais young and In this he has the support and lat Saturday, and In celebration of active backing of practically every that event he has Issued a challenge Hvcryoncfiu a footrace to any min within dtlren ol the community seems detlrous of having this matter, live years of his age There are. kettled once and for all so that thnmlglity lew men In this or any other people miy know just what to ex count) who aro as tprjr for thclt years and as this popular preacher-farme-r Kct 80 far no one has appeared who keems anilous to accept his challenge though Wearen Hughes. home of the "town boys' are groom ,lng Col. I W Rout for nuch an event, and tellAn that he would be right HAS BETTER LUCK WHEN "E there at the finish whether be was COMES IN KENTUCKY. tlrt under the wire or noL Mayor ? tf f h ft The Ladies' A'l Society ),t tho Wearen Hucbei. or Stanford,' vho U mnKlng good as city passenger Presbyterian, church will meet Filday n,crnt ot the U & N. at Mompbls afternoon nt two o'clock with. Mrs. 1c nil, went hunting the other day. J T. KmbrjThe Memphis News Scimitar tells tho btcry under big headlines as fed.' lJSnn Kerner. secretary of the So Kentucky Stato lowk A HUNTER il UGH BUT IS TOO ciety will be In Stanford next Tuea day, the 31st, and will address the T'amptd many Miles In Two Days, public. F.eryone Is Invitted Including tlia e.lty and county official and Out Uagued only Four Innocent l u" thu civic and church societies ot Birds. Alter tiamplng 100 miles In two ""' .tty. J. G. Carpenter (at Jeiikt he sas he feels llko' ) I I llnnthe Hyomcl; It Is guaranteed ) woktinrt valuable ammunition, los catarrh, coughs, ' l'nny lng his filendn, U W liaghes. the,1')' convivial .ity pajwenger agent of tbe colds, asthma and catrrhal deafness I k N rallioad, roturucd to Memphis 'Complete outllt which includes lux"le 50 cent, ll In murnlug ftom an alleged huntlnj: ' al". ' lbo morning subjec' SundJy at the tilp nci.r N'cwbern, Tvnn. Jlr. Hughe church will be "A New Comdd not com back empty handed ! "How Sunday evening be It far from such On the contrary. ho brough' four (t) blida with him, l5o1 Ji'UfleA Blnners." I the fruits of bin kill as a hunter. "J"- rl)olr or the Raiillst church will When tbe tucis In the cabe became Itnovm thu mornln In thn 1 i- N. of.' meet at the home of Mrs. J. 8 Rice fie tr.-- i usual quiet, peaculul atmos-- I Friday Evening 7 P, M. The Agogu here of the place was not to be lilble class will aUo meet at Mrs. Rice's at the same time. fJuiid. lx)ok heie, HugheV exclaimed 8. hound. Sterllnc sliver handle tonth , ut.Mit, iiiinimi firiniii ngcut. ''lay brush on tb Somerset pike. Owner wile Is expecting to bavei birds fur ctin get It at Hils nfrire by paving for ' nner loulgbt She remarked this this mlv uini i. uu.u m,x uo ..rv-.- . Pi.rnirF spot- ,lrajfrt or Sten.-Sm- ali as you (,'rt coach dog. Itewird tor return to kiy w timer any meai 7.". vvoild be buck with tho blfdtf you'J C Reynold, City. Iiniiilk-'to bring me when you left For Sale. About 10.000 old brick It k"eum nt range that 0't aliould not lor sale mmc quick If you want them tome lark fiorv N'owbern, where birds J. C Florence. Stanford, ;nM on thn trees, with only four gpeel I. ( - 'r " '""'" aUt - 7-- 6-- Ail tboso denlrlnr to take lsons .. an. inigoiy korry, Jir moui. re-),,Kh crocie, v, mwt mp at my neu iiiiKiH". uiu i jui iiaiuiau.iekiuelice next .vionu.iv nieernoon ni ' o'clock. Mm W. N. Crulg. .iiuldu t iln , t trj to IU this up by ".Nin.-uuii Mih I V. Irclnml and UUU) tluut;h making lu George Mc thor LurlK spent tho tilphl with hor nr Lean, I've. koo ahead und made ..... f mnthui Wrw C flrlnutAiiil. ulin 1b ,. ,......w....f si uiru uniuer yuu rangemeuia mi H,i,K t,cr sstei. Mrs. l.on Polk nt oysters and Ultche'lsbti'ij. wlJIe Prof. Ireland at- The pioiulbt'il olives Iism bi'.n oidered nnd I'vo got U'lidcd the Odd Fellows meetliiK at "" a chef veiling lot the blio. Thought ou kno how to hunt." Twj noa rooU(( f nM H my ,.,,,,. ,, I lull jou I couldn't Und any bliU,ldcnit venue. Mrs. J. K luslsted Hu&hey "I tramped about I.ynu. "77 "".7 71 4U0 miK'g lu two days and brought' Mm. D. M. Robinson, of London was i linen tliii only birds I haw. nero Tnunili0y wlt Mr, Hna ,MrB. sain Can ou tent that?" remaiked Mt-- Uobliuon. Lean, uiter a lull In tho conversation., a rAneMUa nstt-.- i "'o. i ran't beat thot record" said From Rev. II. Btubenvoll.net Allison, tne nunioer o. r., 1.. "Wliacs Mr Stout nf n. Kin..'. Nnv i.if ' pll'ls Tll..re ,ucll a tiealtti necessity, Hit meat market?" In every home these pills shou be. triea in vain, Pictures. Go to itowuna ror gooa tr omer unas you-vUSF. DR. KINO'8 and cheap pictures only CO cents per Cordier, at Penny's Drug store. doten, Frank 1 n ,i., uii iii "'", '"'" My- tja,, .'... ni-n- o -,o uiuiuujrmi.-uuu "u. " southern farmers have made money, " wrd cbooln besides a 160,000.00 nnd ere constantly necdifig mules In the Hock Farm the old home "Take ll.ln Sir Walter Wcllman. for thlr woik, which Is baiel on the anl- - General Sutter, and later bought a! high school, a business college aud an Inspect the property or residence or Instance. He captured the North Pole inals and quickly wear; them out, business place or any citizen tract of land where his prent home ncademy for girls conducted by the a nuisance or a communicable, where ncvernl limes, but never got anywhere t0CK h io"nrBnnTnUn,rn" """ V ""'owed the farming suiers or sa Jlary. Six railro.-ul" Infectious or epidemic disHo was going to fly utroas the ocenn, most Industry having good success, as he erve the city this being the division ease exist or Is supposed to exist but be came back It has been demon was progressing and painstaking. 'point of all, the Tctrolla gas field or to abate unsanity conditions that will produce diseases All physicians ftroleil lhat If there' any man In the May He Live To 100. .Mr. Farmer always took an active only 1G miles distant furnishes gas In of the county or adjacent counties United States who Is willing to pull Interest In public affairs and wa Su- - unlimited qualities. It Is one of the practicing In Lincoln county and Etuiilk It Is this Sir Walter" SQUIRE DUDOERAR CELEBRATES pcrvlnor ot this county for eight most reliable sources lu the south, heads of families shall report the (years, serving as Chairman of the All the leading religious deuomlna above disease to tho local board ot HIS 91ST BIRTHDAY. to come to one or its memhealth Board. He was also one ot the prln- - tlf,us bavo places or worship, three bers at or within "4 hours tor penCrab Orchard. I'robubly the oldest man lu the1 clpal workers In the laving recently built new houses nt n alty for once doing so $10 to 1100 for s not iv i n t sl Iij Cnlllra TninAa lit rl il An i t cost ot from 125,000 to $35,000 each each day's neglect. Where dlptherla. his 9tst birthday a few Association, which put a check on and two others will build in tbe near membraneous croup, scarlet rever, or Mini Mary Hmce of Stanford linn celebrated been vlsltlnp Mm Carroll nalley nnd of note who atartatlna, measles, typhoid fever Mr L, B Owens. :ln tne Mc Mr. Farmer was married Novem- - future a few tulldInB fever, cholera, tuberculosis ery Inmll) Kinney section The I J., has been In Missouri to M1si "e ow nennng completion are me sipelas, measles, roseola, mumps exist Mrs John McCnrley continues qu'to endeavoring to secure a picture of ber 27. 1861. beautl-bi- s National Bank building a muabetti Bailey, sIMcr of George III. tbe bead of the ramiir and attending ., .... popular gentleman, but ... .... ...... i.,i -not --- r .. c,nrin. -- na j, - physician must place a red fla? and -"- -Mr T I Culton In -- till on tbe slcl; betn nhle to do so to date, has will ........ - a' u" ol U,,B couul'- 5a"elno lint exists, a yellow nag had five children, four or whom are "cent wnicn will cost xisu.oou, tne when smallpox by tell of his lelebration anyhow must be placed said parties. Mrs. Curtu. Cover entertained a Col Reuben Williams inc or his llvinc Lee J Farmer. Mrs. Kmily, Westland hotel on which the owner JA3. P. BAILKY. Chairman. number of her young friends Monday besl frlpndii unn tirtpn 9pcnr"Wo,000, the Union Pasen eat din- - c Carpenter, and Mr Alice Man-,hL. FnANK JONES. TIL D, evening In honor of the tho'lUhJjlrth nAMu-ll- . tvwA ,nM im,iw Mrl T. H. SINGLETON," M. D. and Mrs Hstclle Rcr depot which will reach tbe S100.-00Aood time, sitting down to a genuine 6cl of ,hU """ J. G. CARPENTER, M. D. .Misses Kllen Holmes, Ulr-H- Kentucky old fashioned dinner, for Laramcro of Chlco cnt were mark, two laige brick factories Perkins. Mamie Holmes, Lucille which the people In the West Knd was a man ot high costlnp $100,000 each a freight depot The deceased Morgan. Chidwlck vlrgsrr are so tanious. qualities, kind and charitable, public- - nnd niachlne sopa. Tho cltv has four Marriage Market Thou und Charlie Moore.UIUIe G. Although over a bcore past man's Jack. Perkins, Harmon Kimball, allotted span of three score and ten P11111 an" aiwav- - leadv to assist fcank a largo flouring mill, two Ico Tom 11, nronnugh. lMvvnrd Kdmlstnn, yeorn. Squire and " m". cotton press, ginb. He P'311 Dudderar in an voutbruliln leglmate local enterprises. P'jto tilfry sound phming mills, roundry and inachliio CONTINUES GOOD AT FIRST OF as many men arc his age. He still was a man wro united NEW YEAR. Tile Crab Orchard lloi Club gave reada his a Interior n dance last Frldav night The) wort-Ma- week without the aidJournal twicennd tenso with fetrone convictions, and shops, candy factory, steam laundries. of glasses, miDttntly fitted to mould the rude two dally papers and other inductrlei marriage licenso market, wblca Tbo to have with them so many vood f was tbe best last year. 30 louaty dancers from Stinfonl mill oilier do fnie,hlgatahe0Up.east;s.rarHe was dements of pioneer society Into form whch I fall to make a list of. to At, a Clerk Geei. B. Cooper says. In a Ion fiAA OAA nn.1rlnf nlfin, A ft consistency, and aid In raising, congratulated bj his " eue rcijuneu . aA.m. Mm. lohn Cummins nnd sister Mrs ."V".."' linon renehlnc his Jlet ,. has held up well In the . nu u rertalnt.. as tho I" "?': uuiius una lime, and tbe demand tor licenses has uiuu-i- n .rumms nigh smnuaru ui i ui.cunuii' tciroiuiy Stigall Ale vinltlcc their parents Mr I jBtone. and alt wlh that no may round mutll (ne community owes him an I been raised and contract signed also been very brisk and satisfactory nnd Mrs A. H Rutin. Mrs J. C Italley and sister Ml; OUSqrrDud"enraVisonen0orte,the very fUcn as ho' " ls lmpolble to eMI- - an automobile factory will probably Marshall Hutchison and Gertrude young couple of tbe C"lnr!.a.,nrt.at , few remaining Mexican War veterans mate, though It would bo a grateful b added to the list before the year Long a popular Highland secured license nere. In tne Co.intry and probnblv the only task to trace his influence thiough la ended. Friends I am not a roal aud were section, one at the bone of In honor of their guest Mlsn nfternoon made nmn of tbo more direct channels, to estate neent. no- - an nitvertlalnp mnn F. M. Long, on Jan. 1st. Mary Bruce. present we'e rne left In Lincoln county Thone llkan. flnk ...... Tl.. .1 f..1ll Win. Stevens, and Miss Martha El .....r. w....u .i.l v.,. Cover nill HAin e?rr iiAuvi.rl ia bold him up in his various charao- - iust an Innocent bystander. Mag limec, .Mrs Wallacev...,,i, and Us Maron were married at Dai M. 31 PERKINS. The Cincinnati Ktinulrer said Sun lera of husband and father, or neigh Mrs lr. Dick on the 8th In the presence of 1 tor and friend, to sneak of chllr Mr I) C. Payne ban returned from dav number ot friends who wished them The Queen & Crescent roale. It wim en he ba8 reared to perpetuate his a wU t. Mlddlenboio nnd Corbln. WHY SO WEAK. every happiness-- . , .... .... -Cincinnati yesterday, .Miss Kitbiyne nronniigh Is nt homo announced In Kidney Troubles May be Sapping Your ,lamu uuu James Martin and alias Dora Comp-ton- , on a visit to ber pirents Mr. and will have a new feeder In the near Life Away. Stanford People were married 0,1 the 8th af the luture. as the Cincinnati and Nash- - ' The funeral will take place tbl Mrs I;. 11 BronAugh. Have Learned This Fact. homo of the bride's father, and hare Miss F.llza Pollock, aged 7.1 years, vllle railroad, n reatcinlialion nf thn LViilav mornlntr from the residence. healthy man or womau be- - tba best wishes of many friends. Jack When a died nt her home near Crab Orchard Overton County nallroad will build a services being held at 10 o'clock It 'Kins to run down without apparent son Pollard and MIbs Norma WlUon become weak, languid depress were united heart and hand aye Monda) or stomach trouble after a ed, suffers backache, headache, dlzzv at the home of James Wilson, fitter lengthy lllneks. She was an aunt or Ivv to Somerset a distance ot 76 spells and urinary disorders, kidney of tho .bride in the Crab Orchard secl.ot. black and white spottol dog weaKnes may be tlle cauge of ,t M tion, on the 8tb. Both are very popuT W Napier, postmaster or Crab miler. The new line will be heavy work, one tunnel v.ork Orchard, and a most estimable Chris two including rock and one trestle white ring arounu necic. uiacic speewn kW) the kidneys well and they will lar "with all who knew them and have bridges J Kenney. Moitv.kecp you well. Doan's Kidney PJU the best wishes or everyone. spots. tlan woman Her remains were laid to Tbe Hue tap I ol. coal and tlmbor in white urp sick kidneys and keep them Kobb Martin, nnd Miss Bessie Suit h at rest in tbo Goshen cemetery Tuesda). lild. which will come throush to Cin- land Kv.. It. D. No Can Stanford readers demand of the Gieen river section, were mad cinnati. COUGHS AND further proof than tho following state one on tbe 11th and were congratulatThe lollowlng provisions or the conAt the precent time th linn Is 19 FOR LA GRIPPE COLDS. ment STUFFY ed by many warm friend. tract between the cltv of Stanford and Miles long, running between I.lv'nsn-to- n Mrs. T. 'S. Klklni New Danville It gives rtioipaa Jenkins and Mlsn My tie the Wnter, Light & ico Company, art Igood Tern. At thn latter Take Fulev'a Honey und Tnr cold from Pike, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I feel and published by direction ot the city town it connect- with the Tennensee quick relief nnd expels the no opiates. very grateful to Doan's jetuney pllln Wall secured license, hore and wore system It ccontalns 18th nt the hom ot married on council Central. The general ortlces or the your fo and sure. Shugrs &. Tanner for the benefit they brought mo. Sty J, M Coo'i the the Wajn sburit sec In Is If any or the street lights rail to company nie In NasbvillA, back was very lame and thero was a .In.. , . iriiugi ...jr wT? luau &."'il w..,.tt. bum and are not made to do so In The road has. been In tbe hands or a iuiibUui twin i my nack Doan's Fd Prof ...i C, Fox a prominent educa- - Kidney Pills went at once to tbe root for complete happlnness. o fnilurp receiver. W. W. Yateraan Is Suporln of hour after sstlca V Mr J. L. Reynolds and Miss Anna Is given to Mr. (1. U Penny or Mr. B. tendent, with headquarters at Livings, tor of ol the trouble and entirely relieved D, Bpoonamore, drove over to LancasCaU F. Ilout, the cltv In to have credit ton tLUKA"Kt, " ?i? bam- not the slightest heslta, ter, Wednesday afternoon and were .' on tb sum to be pild tor tbe lUhts tlon In recommending Doati's KldneV quietly married. Rev. F. SI. Tinder of bv S per night for oich 1 ght that so Pills, an I know that they live up to ricbitlng. TRACKED BY A LETTER. Is a clever Air. Reynold E8CAPED WITH HIS LIFE all the claims made to them.'" tall, but no credit Bball be nlloivcd Tracked to Ocala. Fin . Wlltlaiu and ..T.Ueh AtiA vnuri - trn I tnroi- nn. . tMr sale by nil dealers. irice CO Industrious tanner, honorable while hon T1 unle?s Mr. Penny or Mr. Bout ure DunivanL wanted In Laurel county on ." his to ibe llm(t of the word, iiollfled or tbe failure by the nnishal the ciiufe of misappropriating $1,009 nwtul deatn." wnieu Mrs.it u. .nr-;rent- s Co. Buffalo est Is possessed of genuine wbman-lbride . ' Doctors Now York, sole agents ror vltbin 24 hours after he in notified rrom P. C Jones, baj been arrested tin. Port Htirrelsou. Cthe United quiilltle a kind disposition and InTh original notice of lalture may Requisition papeis for hi return to cald I bad consumption nnd tbo diead states nature, will make till cough I had looked like It, suie, Hemeniber the nime Ooan a and dustrious helpmate who any citizen verbally or bv Kentucky were Issued by Gov be given bv u to the man, who I tried everything, I could ,nhe no other. giv- ernor Wlllson. inousb telephone. Public notlco is to be The handwriting on a makes her his choice. They will go en tq the citizens of Stanford that letter to- - a friend In Laurel county hea, er. for my cough, and was under at once to housekeenlntr. on Fall Lick doctor jhe jjouse passed a bill glvjig 'pike near Lancaster. they are requested to rpirt to Mr led lo the discovery of bis wher? thn treatment or tho bent year, in but ,ura route carriers nn Increase In ilecrgctown, S C. lor n I'enn) or Mr. Rout verbally or bv file nboutn could get no teller A friend advised ba)ary or St 00 a year, phone all failures of lights to burn A FINE SCHOOL. Dr. Kink' New Discovery BEASTS. me to try Hint tnny come under their observa KILL MORE THAN Wl-, Without eloubt one of the vey host ,,' tlon and If the trouble Is not rrin-dle- d The Danville Advocate says- - "Somo public schools In tbe state In tbat number or people killed yearly J ,dM. .?' The L" within an tour to roiort that by wild beasts don't approach tbe lung cure.-- ' its positively montb-- ago Gov. A E. Wilson Issued at Junction City To begin with the vas.1 numberr killed by disease genus throat ard ict to tbo uvirdlul colds, mid all a pardon to Dick Bentley, who vvaa structure occupies a commanding emiNo III.) Is safe irom their attacks puaruntPd tor counhs. .0 cents & It nence In the little city at the crossbroi'chlal ntfectlons. CINCINNATI MARKTES. Thev'ie In air, water, dust, even rood Tilal bottle fre.. nt Penny's Drus serving a lite sentence In the pent roads ot the two great trunk lines, 2.1. Cuttle ClnclntiVl. Jan under the habitual criminal and the trustees have taken imluj But prund protection Is afforded by ( tontlary 7&8; inaiket dull. lOjtICc lower 1'lectrlc Bitters, which destroy and the Uist week he was captured at, to bee thatvar building Is splendidly Al.p.opMntlons ilgregatng IIH.U'll7;au,r()cd good slilppen JV'IVU.25: con expel these rteauly dtKeaiso germs filr to lacKing in nominx Hogs Receipt ?,C07: Irom the syteni. That's why chills, woio made to ten universities and col- Lavvreiiceburg. charged with attem pt iflch ni'o v go toward promoting the mnn l.r.0fl market slendy; butchers and shlppcis lever argue, all malarial and many legi's at tho eighth annual meeting ofjng (0 assault u lady. It was e punl s. tf nt. Ureedlu nnrt vftMl "VIA KI S.Uo8,10 common $7.S5 HV.'.Y sheep blood dlcaseg yield promptly to this the General Education Board at New ' y ((j B)lrU hfm ((j Ij0,llVn,0 to Is doing n QSVU us1 L.tin nnn tUlA au Receipts C'j; miirket steady, K2-K'- ) vvonderlul blood purifier Trv Miein York. n mnli from Ivmi i I SI lillil CryOnn la lTta.ttlV nlAtlflAil Uflth thu T IJIIV.UIIIK irs.ww.. "Ill' I'iriCIlt U 1.15 "-d'anLimb? Market stndy J Iff and enjov tho glorious health ana ti.tS. 'effs TAKE CARE, nuw strength they'll Five you. Money h! thn r."e S" ra . back, It not satisfied. Only CO cents IlLUHIU ..... .i.n, urh.n vnnr kidneys at Jtl .. not FOLEY'S KIDENEY nPMPnv am I ore nlfccted. your life Is In dapger. followed. Gov. Wilson should F Roberts nud Win Cummins, of at Penny's Drug Store. N Y., aays. M. Mayer. Rochester. h tbo PreaLhetsville tectlon, lost a hnblta, cmIia8 upon tin' I McConnell. Catherine. St., Umlrv Btartcd wltn u, sharp N. Y. writes. "I wish to express m "My trouble wheel from their buggy when n homo LOOK FOR THE BEE HIVE fchooting pain over my back which peopie. appreciation of the great good I de-moru-- i "ley wefe leading scared at the grew worse eiuuy 1 leu rived from Foiey'n Kidney Reined ", ,,., ,h lag L. & N.. train Wednesday and iv. ?i.et mv kidney action was Irregular For elthor acute or chronic kidney which 1 used for a bed case or KIdpev tarted using Foley'a disorders, for annoying and tialnul trouble. Mv bottle dfil the wnrir dashed Into the vehicle, breaking tho ley's Honoy and Tar for coughs ond.ami Irrroquent. L'ach dose seemed to urinary Irregularities take Foley Kid- - most effectively nnd proved to be rr.w KUlllBV Pills. ......i -- iv... ..V...1 rnlrfy Nr.im eennlna without tho liee put wore wheel An honest nnd effectlye beyond doubt It is the moit ridiubM lite and atrenctl into me P.y lvo. Reu ember the name. Foley's andi now I am completely cured aud medicine for kidney and bladder dls-- kldner medicine I have ever takn ' HoUfcy auj Tar Bntj r0ject nny yearo. wders Shugtw & Tanner. Shugars t-- Tanner vaj Injured. reel better nnl stronger tbnn for Tanner. stilute. Shugars i 1,000,000. What would come of It? ot.'o ......, s Anti-Debri- . s vel-lo- ... ,t ci,.ir. -;--- 0 Hoi-ma- i I '".:, "::.. .;'..,":.;.' V'. ,. naw-yea- "J?"1 1 ,..,, 3 "' .,,,.- fr 1 .... nce""'"m",d "'", '.. '! "e ft Foster-.MIIbur- n - C-- y D T'' ,.!uC,l s 1 . eceipts neeftn-L.e,far- a 'rvn ' 0-- ..-- v.. --- TT 'T' Jtl ."r JopTdT ... ,n77 utiu .irI5 Z i7wwJZ sub-'an- ?, - f n 1, - rf- THE STANFORD. KENT Semi-Annu- al UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27th, WO. The Interior Journal Established 1I7X. Clearance Sale ' HELTON 8AUFLEY TUESDAY AND Publisher FRIDAY tVJWT ---.- - OF ,prrms POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Shoes For Women And Children HPHE goods in this sale consist of all broken lines, small For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal la authorized to announce Charles A. Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge ot the Thirteenth. Judicial dlstrUt, at the election to be held November, 1D11, subject to the action ot the Demo- The Shelbyvillc News says that ler the debate there on the 9lh between Ex Gov. Jan D, McCrcary and Congressman Den Johnson, scorn f people who had not made up their minds In the race, enme to MeCreary tnd told Mm the were tor him. It To Is that wny nil ovei Kentucky. try to attack tho character ot e. publ- lots and odds and ends, from our finest lines such as "Wichert & Gardiner," "Hallahan," and "Julian & Kokenge." lic man like McCrcary only makes tho more determined to stand by Mm. Ills life speaks for News. Itself.--Jessami- Ladies' Velvet Button Shoes were $6, reduced to $4.90 Ladies' Velvet Button Shoes were $5, reduced to $3.90 Ladies' Patent Button Shoes were $5, reduced to $3.90 Ladies' Patent& Russia CalfShoeswere $4 reduced to $2.90 Ladies' Gun Metal and & Russia Calf, $3.50 reduced to $2.75 Ladies' Pat. & Gun Metal Calf, were $3 reduced to $2.39 number of the leading "progress ive" republicans at Washington have formed a league to regenerate the country. Strange to say the platform of principles they stand on Is coiu posed chlellv of planks which have done service in the democratic party, for lo, these, many years. A 3.25 Carter, gallic, lot H'rllle. Clord, John 4 acres 3.75 Cloyd, John, NR, 1 acre . 2.20 cioyd, Maria, l acre 2.20 Dethrldgv, Howard, 1 acre 3.75 Olvlns, Francis, 12 acrecs 2.76 2 25 tiivins, Cnndlcc 1 aero .... Illgglns, Will, 10 acres ... 3.75 (Jreon 7 Hooker, acres Ml llitnn, Ed 1 scro 3.75 Johnson, Henry, 20 acres 6.00 37 Jones Henry, l acre Maston, Hud 1 acre 3.75 McCormack, Geo. Jr.. I acre. , 4.8v McKlnney, Rowan, 1 acre X75 Morton, John, 9 acres 5.75 Oliver, Charles, 30 acres .... 4 76 Owsley, Alex I acre 3.76 .00 ration, Newman, It acres R.C0 Rlffe. Laura, to aares Singleton, Jessie l acre 2.20 Smith, mil HAL H'ville 3.76 Smith, Margaret & Toher, Millie ,. ,,. 3.10 we do lot 6.60 Smth. Will, lot H'ville 2.3 Thomas, acre Trice, Mitchell. McKinaey 1 acre 6.SJ 1.06 Tudker 1M 1 acre Tucker, l'mbry estate, land ... 2.20 2 20 Bardman, Anna, lot ti'vlllo 3.75 Wcthford, Willis, lot 4 60 Welsh, James, Mr.Klnn. lot Crab Orchard White List Andorsen, W D., 60 acres .. .$ 5.50 Anderson, Dave, 24 acres ,. 3.20 2 9', Itachlncer, libbls, 7 acres . .. 3.75 IViirnes. Bill, i acres 12-i- n Biistln, A. II., 40 acres s 2.20 29.0 Uru?titon, W M., 93 ncres Chiipple, Jne, 48 acres 12.66 4. SO Clark, It. 0, 60 acres e 3-- 4 1 . Drown, John, 1 aero Drown, Mat lot H'vlllc ... Durton, I.ee 10 acres ... .,. a? 3.76 I 6.0i High-Ta- p The next three months arc the coldest, wet" est days 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 not and cannot guarantee shoes (o be perfcotly water tight, but we do know that we have the Very Best made. Shoes ft A 9 inchjHonest Mike that we have been selling at $4 we sell now at $3; a Special Bargains In Ladies' Shoes Lot No. Ladies' Shoes in Patent, Gun Metal and Kid. Values from $2.50 to $3.50 reduced to Lot No. 2. Ladies' Shoes in Kid and Gun Metal. Values from $1.50 to $2.50 reduced to 1 t-i Some mighty Interesting and in tractive things arc going to bo said by Secretary Terner of tho Antl-Tu- Lcrcjlosls Association at the court house next Tuesday. This Is n sub ject which ecryone ought lo lake an interest In and all who enn attend. $1.40 $1.00 r.r Practically all of the Hurley coun ties aro falling into lino for tho cut out crop this year. Let tho farmers stand together In this move and to baccu will get btfck to a profitable basis. SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. Children's Shoes. $2.50 and $2.00 and Patent, Gun Kid, reduced Patent, Gun Kid, reduced Metal to Metal to $1.90 $1.50 $1.50 Patent, Gun and Kid, reduced $1.25 Patent, Gun and Kid, reduced Metal to Metal to $1.00 95c Monday, Feb. 13, .11 $1.00 Patent, Kid and Calf, reduced to Danville, Kentucky. JFRE-Et Good Livtr 50c Jar of Bring this coupon to our store and do as the ad directs. We will then give you absolutely freejTCull size jar of Palmolive Cream which we ordinarily sell fo 50c cash. Pk You'll End this cream the most i.I'.l.c.i ,t;r- - -- f - t..'- -J ...... :- Rumvty Fna 1 Palmolive Cream We have a retf ularsize jarol me famous Palmolive Lrcam for.vou. It won't cost you a cent. Cut the coupon ""UL "wy .1 Kl. MUIU illO I1VV tW ' sues ot Uood made. House Iceepintf, Pacific Month ly.Red Book, Woman's Home Companion, Ladies' World, Uncle Remus' Magazine. DecissuesolPeople'sHome hit's en tirelynew and has quality of Palmolive all the' Soap, the I Journal, Delineator, Designer, New I Jea. Blue BooIc.Green Boole. Nov. 10th Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th Saturday Evening Post. Nov. 6th Illustrated Sunday Magazine and Associated Sunday Magazine. PENNY'S queen of all toilet soaps. Look in the magazines for the coupon. Bring it to this store. DRUG STORE. I OLIVER PLOWS The Oliver Plow Trade for 1910 was larger than any previous year. Another New Stock for 1911 has just arrived. BUY THE BEST W. H. Higgins. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. year'n subicrlptlon to the Ken-tucFarmer fieo. Tho Kon tuoy Farmer Is a monthly Jour nal derofHl to the atMcultural and Uto slock interottd of Kentucky ard tho srutti. If jou want to take a good fiuui paper a crenfo to gt oao ikc8 pi nothing' llottor hurry. ALL. I'o every ouo who sends ua JL A lor the I J , cltt cr as a new sub N scrlber or in renewal, before tho or A;ill W( will furnish a M ti.Oo When you suffer from any form of Hays, Will, aire 3 75 indigestion it is always well to take Jackson, J. S , 1 ecre i 50 ncrcs soraethinc for the liver, as usually the Jones, Lewis, I10acre 3 '5 Lackey, Will trouble lies there. If you are bilious, I ogan, Jpmos, 12 noes .... "P 5 f0 have & bloaty feeling after eating, If I opan, W. J v a .1 o 2 95 you belch, if your skin Is yellowish Logan, l'llza, 1 acre 4 7". I .j He, Hob life" Crab Groh you may be sure it is liver trouble. 3.75 Allllt'r, Geo. Jr., arre What you need la something to atlr Mullenx, 2 acres ... 2 76 up the liver, to arouse tha gastric 4.95 Owsley, Brent, 2 acres ....... Juices ao that they will aid In the 9 25 ncr ot your food. A very eood'rem-ed- y lViiman, John, 4 75 for this, and one highly recom. IYniiMti. Voss. 1 acie raenaea by tnoie who have used it, ia oSi.tn, itcbt ........ 4 75 ; Dr. Caldwell's Byrup Papain, which you 3 75 can obtain of any druaniit at nn Smothers, Carry ..-- 2.75 30 ro;s cents or one dollar a bottle. But It you Whitley Mll'e. H&L 6(0 have any doubt about Its merits, and Ulillley. Boh, would prater to try It fflnt, send your Huitonvllle White address to Dr. Caldwell and hs will Armstrong. Tom 6 acres $ 5.10 promptly send you a free sample bot- - BeuedlcL W. S.. 2 acres 4.ho lie. 9.20 Thousands Of naonla flrit learned of Brandenburg Hardin 115 acres thla remarkable eura for stomach, llvar Hinder, Thou, N.R. 133 acres ... 5 7C and bowel troubles through a free sam- Carson, J. K.. NIL 14 acrci .. 5.70 1.65 ple. Mrs. Frank Lilly of Plalnvlew. 111., Clark, Thos, NIL 30 acres aent for one and It cured her and she Clarkson. S. J. H&L 7.60 Is open in saying that she will ntver 2 acres ... 5 00 take pills or- - strong cathartics again, Coulter A JIcAnlnch, 3.76 aa Sttdd Pansln acta aa mliiiiv. Mr Coy, James, J 100 W. Ik Bryant, the Postmaster at Sardls, Daughcrty, J. 2.65 42 acres eays be will never be without It Dawson, Ton a, 2.80 John, 1 acre again. No sick person can a (lord to Ignore a remedy so highly endorsed aa Kstts. hrt. Mrs. K. J. 10 acres.. 3.40 5.70 this. It la good for alt the family from Glrdler, Margaret I acr Infancy to old age. because It Is mild, Harden, Sam, 60 acres 220 tree from Krtplns and yet promptly ef- Kenney, Wm. NR by I. Shelby .14 25 fective. Furthermore, results are absolutely guaranteed or money will be Latr, J B.. H&L Moreland 4.95 refunded. 5.00 Lt"ucr. (. S. NIL 8 acres Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the Lucas, W. C 12 7.0S acres ... . purchase of his remedy ends his obli 6.9B gation, lie has specialised In stomach, Lucai, f loo. K., 1 acre 4.50 Mnoon, Mrs. Jane 72 acres liver and bowel diseases for over forty years and wilt be pleased to give the McAuuually, J. F NR, H&L... 15.00 reader any advice en the subject free MIIK G. W NIL 111 6.3(1 pf char. All are welcome to write acres . . . 10.93 llnks, Mr. K. J., 7 him. Whether for the medical advice or the free sample address htm Dr. Mooro, D L., 3.66 W. u. Caldwell, m Caldwell building, Patterson. Lee lot arret 6.K", 90 ... Uontlcello, III. 6.85 Rice A: Turner, Moreland H&L 5.50 Schwab. John 50 ncres IsVH Shlpntan, hre. F. L. 40 acres.. . 2 20 HERE'S THE BEST OF THtM 270.60 Shore, J H , 3l5 acres 3-- 4 2 2 3-- 4 Rogers, James, 11 & 6 acres . Hushlmcr, John 36 acres Smith,, Mrs. Bottle, NR, 5 acres Wells, A. N., 71 acres Stanford Colore!, Baugntnan, itlcbard Sr. 2 news Liaughman, CJatt, 5 acros ... . Bright, Tobe, 8 acres Bright. M.. 1 acres Dawson, Sam 1 aero Gardner, Edna, 7 ucres 'Jlvins. Kittle H&L . Harris, Waller, 1 acre . . Glvins. Josh, town lot Hays, Mack .'. acres 4 County Court Dav nt 2 O'clock P. M.. I will offer to the highest bidder for cash so much 01 tho following des- Plumer. D. B., 41 acre cribed property as will pay the State. Price. It. W., 1 3 4 acres County and District School taxes for Ramsey, Thomas. 150 acres . Reynolds, Sam T, 95 acre . . the year 1910: Singleton firs. 40 acres Stanford, White. Drananburg. II. K 123 seres J 11.90 Stelnbcrger J. a., H&L Hright. J V, 148 acres 73.75 StelnaRer, A. 50 & 35 acres Denham A Kubanks, H. fc L. . 14.25 Steward, Klirabetb. 200 acres 42.' Crlger, J. II. 75 acres Turner, Walter. 73 acres ... 4 90 DrtUon. Shell, H.&L, Holland Crab Orchard Colored End?, Tom 30 acres Buchanan, Jas , 42 acres . Farmer, James, 20 acres . . . 'Mb Buford, Ulllle. NR, 45 acres .. 3.30 Garuores, Frank, j.95 GlUIon, U. P. 3 acres Uoodc, Mrs. Mary E ll&I, Stan 6.80 . 3.75 Peterson, G. W 6 acres 3.35 Piltman, Mose, 2 acres 3-- 4 13.00 Conder. P. M.. H&L . . . 10.CS Crow, Ous 150 acres 2.1& Cummins, John, hal 65 ncres Dcnncy, Mra Flint 45 acres 2.20 Denney, C. C, 24 acres . . 3.75 14 0 Dillon, V W , 15 acres 3.75 Dishon, W.. 29 ncrcj . . Oelaney, Henry, 52 ncres . 3.7J 3.03 Falkner, Ben., bal 70 acres 8 ncres ... 4.00 . French. J. W Gay, Mrs. Sarah NR, 46 acres . 6.30 4 86 Hamleton, Isaao 40 acrM.. ss Itnrlcs, Mis. Margnrot 15 acres 3 75 Mario, Wm., 15 acres 3.10 Helton, Allen, S6 acres 3 2S Helton, Jesse 24 ncres 22 00 Horlcn, F.llza 100 acres Holdam, W. T. 475 14.25 Ilolman. Mrs. Claudy li&L.... 3.16 I). V., 190 neres Holmes, 73.60 Hopper, Tom, 40 acres 3.75 Hopper. W T., 15 acres . . Hopcpr. . T., 45 acres . . . . 3 76 Johnson, Mrs. S. A. 115 acreti .. S.Xfe Kopare, Will Helm 5o acres ... 6 8 Keiger. Oultz NIL 90 acres ... 4.20 Kruogor. F NR. 20 acres LIS Logan, H II, lot 31.t6 Lyuu Lumber Co., Vj acres . . 6.8i Manuel. jHCk, NR, 112 ncres .. 3.36 Naple-- , Annie. 16 4 50 ncros . Napier. Mrs. N C, 31 acres . . . 22.J Olich, Golheb Rfi arres 9.00 Payii. J. L., 47 acres 3.75 Pennington, Miss Jennie 42 Acres 8.35 Pennington,' Mrs. S. J. 85 aeros 1X.90 Peiinlnr,tnn, K. L, 11 ncres 6.55 Petrey hrp. 1R0 acres ... . 4Ji0 Playrorth, Mm Nil, 10 ncres ... 1.15 .... ... ... ..... 1 ... Mens Ease $5 shoe at 54; a 16-inMens Ease, a $6.50 shoe at $5. Witch Elk, a $10 shoe at The 15-in$8 and a n of same shoe, an $8.75 calf-linshoe at $7; a 15-inHonest Mike, a $5 shoe, at $4. 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. ch ch 9-ich sd H. J. McRoberts. Uuest, Jensin aire HlRS'n ,Ob 1 arre Mohh v, Julia 4 acres . . acre . . Nile, JiwKle, Owsley, .Mrs Next Geo Kln J . 3-- 4 li 2 .37 4 .. I .3 .'15 ' 7'-- 14 .... acre Illce, .Mary, lacrc Htewiird, Annla : acros Tucker, Ueo Ann 1 acre Whitley, Marv, l acre z: .'JO 2.10 . . . . it 2 . . 2.15 6.00 5.25 39.30 4.75 7.90 3 75 3.3 7S 13.75 2 15 ... FreshOysters STYLE. 12.15 12 25 2 50 66.25 $7.05 4 75 J. 75 3.75 3.76 2.20 SERVED IN ANY THE PEST 2J0 5!0 2.25 6.r0 IN TOWM RT Carsin's Restaurant. V. A. CARSON, fttL Prop. We Want Produce Bring us your Poultry, Wool, Hides, Furs, Ginseng, Feathers, Etc. Es, H.B. Northcoff. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. .... 2 Wayneiburg White List , S I'.'ff Ambrose, Wm.. 1U ncres Uastln, Kinky lb ncres 1.6 HauRh. S. A., 8 acres 5.46 Heck, U. R, 75 acres 3.4U Uenn. M. S. Nit, 50 acres Camden, Isaac hrs. 100 ncrcs ... 3.35 STIRRING TIMES. Kov., Nil, 17 acres ... , 2 To Crlvlna, U N., 85 acres 'J.GU Coleman, 4.60 we are having in the building Una Davis, John 10 acres 3.60 We carry n full line, ot lime, plaster, Durham. .1. W 32 seres Fouls, II. II , NR, 100 acres . . 16.00 cement and oerrthlac else needed . (iooch. Clay J., 18 acres 60 building, Uverythlnc purchases Urlttoo, T 1L. 70 acres . . . 3.75 for HsupardT Gent HftL Klnps Mt . 6.16 here will be found of the best QualiHaceanl, V O , 70 acres . , .. 7 40 ty and the best for Intended purposes. hicks, Date ilfcl. Kcs Ml . .175 S,'o will save you troublo and unneett Horton, J S.7acre 7 15 Amelia, 266 acres , 20.76 isry expense by sending to us (or an ManitiRiT, 6 75 estimate. llutcbeson, Jno. W, 26 acres 4.20 Jlnktns. Hub 20 acres Kersey, Mrs. Ida NR. 65 acres. 3.36 J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. Joucs, II IL. 140 acres 13.65 . 2.45 Kin, Muc. NR, 1C acres Lucius, Jas. M 35 acres . . . 13 90 Martin, I.ucr fcol) NR, 63 acrea 3.35 Ma brier, J. II., 40 acres . 11.25 Mellon, Rubin 16 acres . 8.15 Moore, D. M., 15 acres 3 65 Weernln pcltlon todoall ktode or eon Macon, Thomas, 40 Acres ... . 6. ,05 l cretins, each m Ulock Work, l'Tmeots , du. id uei, w cn nuke enj thing (roru unkno-nG. W. Jacobs Owner . home down In fence We eun eerv 118 acres has possession near you promptly mid insrfcaWe 4 65 Waynesburp work and malarial (Tall aad get our prleee maUrlal at limit Tarker, J V , NR, !2 acres . . . 4 40 tMrnr y bJr IVtry, Jas. It., 50 acres 6 00 IVtrey, RobL I acre S.'Jit 7.75 l. C. 27 acres Stanford, Ky. IVnebac.cti, Corol 100 acres ... 8.S0 3 I'adpett, CS acres .. 8 45 li. 7.00 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! IVr nonrs. Holla, 126 acres lt.ee, V r . Nit. 150 acres . . . . 4.60 Ulngo. 1) C. Nil, 54 acres . ... 6.00 n imihiiu iun fjuoin wnn ins uei, aa a kii Illlley. G. W.. 43 acres ' entOoa ere, on auor . i ' "n i." t,ie 'r1,b, .. .mu.) rain, .itiru Dowrn. plants ot .... Iluxsell, J It., !2 acres .. GOO notice. Also make a epi"laIlyof wreath HlnKloton, John 20 acres Smith, J. C. 82 acres 11.8 In connection with IbnahoTo. t hare at SDClcle. Jacob estate. 57-land klndetofvrfetabloion hand at rraeonabl "J prices. 17 acres ? Spaldlnp. J A , admr 5 acres . . . 2.80 OIIHIHTMA.NOIIKKN IIOUHKH. Trowbridge, II. L, 36 li. 55 Kl IIviiharu, fuuu. Hin(-r- . .Ky 10.25 2.20 Williams, Grant. NR.40 acres Wilson, J. W, 4M acres 4.95 Fall And Winter Suitlncs Young, II (!., 110 acres 10!5 Younp, W, O., 00 acres 7.75 My new fall ana winter samples an w. l. Mccarty, now ready for your Inspection. The Sheriff of Lincoln County. comprise tha bent on the market I can suit any one as U price who hat ,1JL-1II . I ,J J his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure Is preterabli to ready made clothos. To hart them mado to measure doesn't coal any more than ready made when quality and til la Com In and let ui lake tur saemsuns. IL O. Knpiey. u PrMtical TsJlor.l l6 .6 .... .... . CONCRETING pl. nr-c- PHILLIPS BROS., 7r , ' ti easir fl i ? 3-- 4 J,L,Beazley&Co., M) r Smllov in k Spuw, Mrs. h'lla NIC 1 acto .... Taylor, Mrs. Mollio, 50 acros ... Taylor, J. I).. 60 ncres Vaught, John, lot Moroland , . . Wllchcer Dan, 16 acroN Yocum, Thomas 14 acres ...... D. A., 1 acre ,. Martin, CO ncres Sophia lot McKlnney. , ,. . Thos., 1 aero .. Beu D . 3 4 ncrcs Bright, j, Nit, 4 ncres ...... Smith, ' 'A. NI(, H&L Moreland V. 6 acres 19.66 14.25 2.20 6 20 34.00 4.15 CIO 4.26 4.75 43.00 1 80 3 7fV 4 Sf a tori Alcorn, Alcorn, Adklns, Bailey, llrtfcdt. Huntonvllle Colored List AN INSURANCE POLICY HAS PROV EN A LIFE SAVER. NO SYMPATHY FOR THE- RIDER In a financial way for many a nun or driver who buys poor harness Is And It Is H quick abset In case ot necessary. When honestly .made and tiro that even thu wealthiest nppre guaranteed harness can bo bought elate. If you are not insured ou aro here so reasonably It Is a man's own taking chances that uo prudent man fault It be takes tho risk of buying Ehould. Havo ua Issuo you a policy from a mall order catalogue. I'rollt today nud provo yourself to belong by others' experience and buy your! to the prudent class. Tomorrow you may not have the chnnco. harness nt homo. - Bjr - UIIW rlFWriL7 9 sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbPssbbbbbbKTCswB AJIlKrslEOsfc Undertakers iiiiWiiraOLl-laMHsairTr- il I t, 3 V J. C. MeCLAHY, Stanfcrd. 8TANFORD, W. S. FISH KY. PHONE 200 and Embalm ri. Alio Dealers in Fir niture, Mattiugs.Rugs. They will exchange Furulturo for all Kind of Stock. Give Them Call. Pricee Right. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY ; - FfllDAY, JANUARY 27th, 1910. THE STANFORD. MiNf UCKY INTERIOR JOUKNAl. " 'mkm i Do Your White Sewing Now. These are fine days to sit in the house and do your white sewing, and when Springtime comes 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 ha ve them ready foryour 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 extra quality 27x54 For. For room-siz- 3c to 25c Velvet Rugs. $1 to $3 Ten patterns. e For choice of hundreds of pretty patterns For American Lady Corsets. Best yet in French and German vats. For 40-in- ch $10 to Brussels $23 new minster Druggets. 48c For 18x18 Bleach Loom Dice Napkins. $4.98 10c For a New York Black Silk Petticoat Guaranteed to wear one year 36-inc- h 121-2- c soft finish check Dimity j ior unaerwear. and Ax- - 10c and 15c For Butterick patterns just installed. for Fashion sheet. 25 c Waisting and extra good quality Embroidery Linen. good patterns Check Nainsook. Regular 15c quality. For Apron 5 CentsGood Ginghams. Good styles. Ask Each for 18x40 good weight huck towels 10c quality. For Spring 1911 Seersucker Gingham. Elegant patterns. Fast colors. ,. lQc Per Yard For any of 50 styles new spring dress ginghams For any color stickerci braid. The kind others ask 25 cents for. 12 l-- 2c 15c For choice lOc of six 12 l-2c 15c Per yard for sheer quality Flaxon. For any of 40 French styles Red Seal ginghams 25c Per YardChecks in For real Frenchy Plaids and h swell Combinations. Zephyr Ginghams. 32-inc- 7 1-- 2c 10c 10 yards For 40 inch Sea Island Cotton. to a customer For showy patterns in new Humburgs For choice of 15 new light patterns in Mancnester cambric shirting and waisting patterns. 5c and 10c For Convent patterns in new Hamburgs 5c Per yard for indigo blue, grey and light Calicoes 1-2- 5c For genuine all linen lace 1- -2 For the best pearl buttons you ever saw to 2 in wide c, 5c, 7c and 1 Oc at these prices. Goods. I- - 5cto$2.SO very newFor all widths and quality of est pattern in Embroideries: .?.., 7 We are selling Matting remnants at half For a yard wide bleach cotton, made of price. 25c, 30c and 35c quality at 12 10 cent raw cotton that is now worth 15c 15c and 17c. c lOc to $l" For new Spring White tn ' We thank you for past patronage. Call again. r h K ' Severance & Son. hchnnl. Mrs. Jennie Wolf has been quite "I at the home ol Mr. Tucker on the Sorn eret pikeA.tor kouv time. Drown and wife, of Parks-lllePr. W. have yone to Orlando to sjend , j .A ... -- - The Path rf Of Glory:-- Bv Judge Wise: I " Special rountain pens (or school use delicious cents, Jl and $1.25 at Penny's Drug ,ii)ost terved Jn six course luncheon was Mrs. FosU'rs most Btoro way The refreshments rhatmlrtK were by Benedict The cuests tlten adjourned to the PERSONALS. parlor when all registered in the bride's "book, to le kept as n tre.iHiire Herbert Klnnalrd was In Livingston The soiuetiTT of her brlde-lioocm huflncsi; the first o Jthe week Or and Mrs. Harry I'oston, of St. quests were: Mi. John O. Held. Mrs. Joe Louis, a lirlctnl couple who were in Mr? Mis. T their honeymoon In Florida w'th Mr A. B. Florence, W. 1'cnnington. I'ence Mis. Adam and "Mrsg X Hays Posicr. spent never Wm.' Mr. Thoman Ncwland, Mrs. hi days with thorn hero last week. MIi-Misses Alice Kankin, Bessie Hubble Sevr.nre, Mrs, A. H. Severance same rayior woou, .misi sue rayioi have returned to Richmond where i:nRleman, Mrs. J. W. Ilutcbeson, Mrs. they arc attending the eastern normal J. C Ilnys. 16 s rmm 9 T JUSt i '.' Highland. Mr. Saimnl llHstin will mnvo to his new hoirc rear John Uulcuison's today. Mr. A. t. James who has bcou llnlri; In our raidt for a number of vcars line moed to l'rcaclicr"Mlle. Horn, to the wife ef llaillu Hotiln'd a boy. Diid on the 17th ln- -t hii Infant child of A.r. tiiul Mrs. ('. H Jcnkn. The school taught by Miss Kllie Voiins Pt the New lireen Kivr snon' house, closid last Friday with an Interesting program joudered by the pupil' which was followed by a treat Irom the teacher. The chcol at the Sweet luui school taught by Miss Nettle Bogie will c'ose Friday opened up a new Mr. riemli.B h Waeksralth shop near Thos Halt's uioed 10 Mr T. T. WiIUmiiis i' Kubanko. Mr. Jim Hollar Is selling out to go to Missouri. The following changes have taken placo among our citizens alnco Jan. 1, J K Carrier nas movea to nia niotuer a and C. R, Dunlap to the Napier farm, ii.' K'" TW I -- kS. " il reHarry Wilson and wlfo hav moved from I'arksville to Junction CUy to make their home. "Mrs. W. K. Denham returned home Wednesday alter n pleasant visit with "Mrs. .1. U Hutchlns at Danville. Slov. J. C. Livingston continue! to improve MLs Ada Alcorn, of IluRtuiivllle, wmh the Riicst of Mrs. McKlnuey Wod- - the ulnter. BETSY'S POINTERS: like to tee a handsome man as well as the next woman, about but nut the kind afraid to sweep oif the lront porch for his w,fe for fei ol appealing awkward. Good looks ate not as nearly as importint as pood gtccerles, and the best In the line ih to bo had at Coffey and Coe. "I w m - Received A lot of Oliver Plows and Repairs. M, J man't" Wo hav some very fine Ne.v moliicfes at 63 cents per Ballon. COFFEY & COLEMAN, 'Phone 196. Promt Delivery. place. J II Flovd and Will Adams have, botii ruoxal Into town the former In J. S. Jennings house near Mr. Lutes' and the latlte to the Austin oronerty Jiil.li ileel SWU mnvel to " Wllllnmul place. Aioisrs. Charley and Jim Carrier huu moved to Green river near Jum bo. Fred Skidmore has moved to the iCillion place. sold ibeli aouie of oui farmers tobacco Ciops nil getting about Oc. Mr, John Uites went to Islington this week. .iiss l.'icinoa lMtct has returned hun,c Irom Lexington. Oruy I OR4iii Newell of near Science 'lill viJlled nls grandpa, John Heed. Mi. John Meier spent several day. with ret children at Uanvflle. y, yi, uendav dl. W. spent r. and W. If. Terry to tho Jno. Ue W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, R. Hughes Waltou. of Lexlnjton. Wednesday looking over his property and shaking hands with Ills many frlcnda. iiKHin eera1 hours here triMiT'-- a ror k "The Path of Glory leads but Z lorae. of the swelleHt social functions One of the season was the bride's luncheon Riven bv Mrs. J. F'oster at her to the Grave," says the Judge, J beautiful fcuburbnn home on Tuesday Jan, 21th in honor of her (laughter IIn "but only those will enjoy the JJ Mrs. lmickois, Foster, formeilyit Miss or i.ouisviile. wan iaiia a beautiful affair In all Its apKlnt and trip who buy their clothes from 5 mints being: unique from the farts of tlwro seven brides present, 11. , Steele Bailey critical nnd hope for her recovery ! practically abandoned. Her 'dauphter Mrs. Chas. Ilarvellle, Is speeding .on the way from her home In Utah with the hopo that she. may reach her mother beforn the end Is I da. The condition or Mrs. f-r- nrnms WW T. W. Humble W. O. J I ver Mrti ae HAS NO SUBSTITUTE 25 PEE CENT OFF On any pair of Shoes in our house Newest Stuff and latest styles in Mr i lie Sunday and daughter L- lsitnl lelatlres ner.r I.incnsler OU Hpi'ak.s biD-m- CUMMINS &WEAREN," See their special prices on all suits for this week. m THI T0nE Mrs, F'oster was assisted in recclv-inI5y Mrs. C. Hays F'oster, who was beautiful In her bridal robe: nnd by Mrt. John Owsley Held, who M was lovely In white luee over pink .. Mr m ..nu was piuaro hat. Tr bountiful home lecorntcd, the color scheme bvsltn; green nnd white, in tho parlors ru army nf lovely weddlnj; Rifts, In cut glass, china, silver and brnas, at tenting the high esteem In which tho young couple- - were held by their mnnv friemlk. A cute llttlo rontost in .Mother m (loose ilrnwliiRs dons with ncinllo and n laugh emised MR threadmt was ninny to menyTlom.' The lvon Mrs. N'owlnid. The inldlng doori wer, then f'peneil, dlsclovltijt the beuitllu tablo; In Ui, center a ni.i' o,' fe n 13 THE HOME OF HART 8CHAFFNER& MARX CLOTHES llgiiurf en mil br'ile's Til'1 plure tir w,th iif II ' illdlo ninU were lililo and grooms Hi untrr I v. rj were laid for H lOlcn, A s -- H vicinity this winter. showing cupId has been busv In thl WSt&MKM Mr. John Faulkner Has null th. and soue to broiMne bucco on the rnllioud Mr Jiid irs. Ur Lini: ,n' IMllvlle Acre .it Moiue with their pirenti n Mrs. Joseph. JenUln i w d.ijb bIiico. have letumed from Steams I'n.i iliabcal and fumll) nf Peasant I'oinl lslted her sinter Mid. W II. f VICIS, PATENTS, ETC Oxfords to go at cost' and less than cost. I ferry U II l a vuuv aud family vlsltei at J Vcton's one day last cek. Ms Kiirto l)tMtliiIilj:e has een Plnp at Crab prchard. a I1HI1811II11I1IH POWDER Absolutely Pure Th NO Catarrh b Cannot Be Cured fii,. 1 '. only baking mowtbr matte from Royal tSrama Oraant of Tartar to ALUMiWLIMC PHOSPHATE ' L'HAL APPLIOHTIONH. w Uwr mduI rnus t ol itw iImou , Oat.nh b k bkj. n rotih tutunai dwuw. to- - la war. to cur. It nwl Wk luunul ttinixJiM. lun. Cilinli cur U ukm la- -I upoa ljud ird rwiir au llrUr cur. Uxpoa quar nuccu. air-clusi.rp .uirti. llllpriMrUiwi - atw ut laa U-- t iit)lUn It u prvMrirHHM. la Inb (Muntrr Px ymn vul I. a II U ranuuHrd of tlm brat which ktunu, oiubi'irJ , un IDa tlTuod uuriaen. Kllng.dirr't'r w U it tti. murout utroirM. 7b. prrrft con.kla.1. IntfTttltoatt U tut prulunr. mrU woitijrful r- ' suit. IU OUIbul ffttArrh, rca lur iranaiooiJiM. irrv. I tfKV lcid' ' rM tT Dm - IIIj & llw "' rl Strictly A Spot Gash Proposition HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., rti.lll .l.c Ni Jl'J lri, 1 a L Ory Goods, Notions, Shoes ""ANFORr, KENTUCKY ! MmMpmnamtn iniiiiT '" 'i.'11 MMMM rmiifiqflgfMimv&vwmnm four Tr v.ww '"P" mmm1 '"" m n - --"- THE STANFORD, KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY, JANUARY 27th, 1910. - Jt PI Below Cost I ! THE FARMERS The Messrs. Workman or S. ('., were week, buying mules nnd here In nt tome Jack stock. They pit 29 of the former paying $160 n hedd. We linve Just received a enrload of tbe best flold stock, lion and chicken fence on the market The Star Bella ut a price that you will have trouble any whet e. nee ua before you buy your fence. Junction City number Company, J W. Caskev, Me Junction Cltr. Ky. Mr. II. C Drlght, a former Lincoln county citizen, la manager of the Dan vlllc Tobacco Warehouse and will Give personal letters his attention. Nuthurst maro. T, A. For Sale.--- Scott's Emulsion wonderful for all ages of mankind. It will make the dclicatc,stckly baby strong and wellwill give the pale, anemic girl rosy checks and rich, red blood. It will put flesh on the bones of the tired, overworked, thin man, and will keep the aged man or woman in condition to resist colds or pneumonia in the winter. is .1 food-medi-ci- nc SUNDAY Lesson V. SCHOOL. Far ' ln l'k For Only Thirty Days. early and get picked goods. Now your last and only chance to get what jrou want for little money. Everything In the house AT AND BELOW COST! Dome JEST MAKE MEN'S SUITS BOYS' OVERCOATS First Quarter, Jan. 29, 1911. The Famous Rayb D Dots Not Strain the Eyt ever one shoulder. ii puta w uMqwi train oa vour evM. Uae tnl wtj fMllw llfht thai ctaaot flicker, Mf muk-tim m nw iIm wwk ! iIm evn; Dofi't use small, concentrated Hgkt M THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. Taut of th Lai.on, Chretv. kvII, 113. Mamory VrM, 3, 4 Ooldan Taut, Matt, vl, 33 Commentary Praparad by Rav. D. M. Stsarna. Inas-muc- h nn A n m We sold last week over half million pounds in five days d have sold since January 1st over a million pounds. As ual we topped the market on highest price, $23.25 and best individual average on entire crop 10,000 pounds With seven active, competitive buyers, rep $15.50. resenting the largest factories in this and foreign countries, I jiakes Danville as good a market as any in the burley dis- it w un tne oesr ngniea nouse m rveniucKy, witn a Tict. acco auctioneer with no superior on any break, coupled J. C. McClairy, Vith experienced tobacco men as floor managers to show ou how to place your tobacco to the best advantage, tells le story why we can serve your interest just a little better Don t torget the name. an the other fellow. m Rvw bis wickedness; now It la chiefly J ' C tt-127hovsli and Ills ways. W say "chief-- 1 ly" becauso there wero some things In the life of Jehoshspbat which were not ordered by th Trd, though thay 2.98 were doubtless overniled by nira for good. I refer to his Joining affinity 2.78 with Ahsb and with Abasish. kings FOR I1U T ALL DBtrSOISTt of Israel, who both did very wickedly ODD PANTS, OF NEWEST 35). God wants a people at. p.Mr eel Ul. a, far ear (rrlll, 1: xx, Sml lOo., Wholly set npsrt for Himself and In DESIGN. Calls'. lk.tak.BMk. baalfal Sa.lais luk TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS Task baek eaetalas a Om4 Lack f.aaf. no way entangled by or mixed up with . I am now located on Fourth street, 409 Ptwl St. Ntw Yock unbelievers. SCOTT & Our instructions tro -$498 with the best coulnncd stable In Dan $6.oo Pants ,l,le an(1 wl" De P'ai1 t0 6C0 To'i at I will itell to the Highest and beat plainly written In II Cor. vl. IMS, ths 3.78 5.oo Q'any time. And will show the larilei bidder nt the back residence north of only passage In the New Testament -Revelation wbere we find 2,98 especially courteous treatment. 4.oo -railroad on Lancaster strc'i SUtnorJ, outside of -- 8. D. F. LOGAN. "Almighty," the stgnlflcanco 2 4g! Ky. on Saturday January H, 1911 tba name 3.5o Pants we will not know In our exmy household nnd kitchen turnlturo ot which a few ladies' cloak and mens' overcoats left -3.oo Pants perience unless we are wholly aepayat-e- d -Have splendid solid oak nldebonrd, in Affections unto Him. which will sell some price. We positively do 2.5o Pants foldlns 'oed, dre5ier and MonU rhalr Usny beautiful things are said of not carry gooes from one season to another. stel range heatln; stow and utny )ebohspbat In oar lesson, such as 2.oo wntrriER INFANT OR GROWN other useful articles. Piaau to sell h sought to 1 "The Lord, was with him: ERS0N CURED BY ZEMO RUBBERS IvaJcly. , the Iord Ood of his father; his heart AND ZEMO SOAP Sale will begin at I I. M. Terras was lifted up In the ways pf tho Ixrd;" Solid With Buckle W. j. RANKIN. cash. Mp alto some grand things that be said An Unusual Offer. Top are found In the record ot hlin, such Penny's Drug Store says to every as "Uelltre In tho Lord your God, so person, be It man. woman or rniid. Public Sale and Rental $1-9- 1 $2.25 Rubbers shall ye bo established; believe His who ban nn Irrltntoil lonrior ..- - iti,. $7;50 prophets, so shall ye prosper" (xr, 20); 1 79 '"K skin to come to our store and pro- 2.00 Rubbers : also bis charge to tbe Levllea and cure a bott' Eemo and n cake or Uo now 1.98 1 50 Rubbers QR and his Zemo eoap and ir yon aro not en- A 1 have decided to quit farming, priests In chapter xlx, E3 i prayer In chapter xx, Q3 tlrely satisfied with the results, come : Rubbers MEN'S OVERCOATS was most commendable that he It Mn back and set vour mnnnv should send throughout all tbe cities 64 fident are we of the ellicacy of this 75c Rubbers S22.50 Overcoats $14.98 clean, simple treatment, that we mnke ot Judah those who would teach out Thunday February 23 1911 nn you this : 50c Rubbers unusual offer. of tbe book of the law of the Lord oo Overcoats 2o 12.98 i ZKMO Is a clean liquid for external nt 10 o'clock, I will sell my farm ot (verse 0). So we rend that tbe Ixird PANTS CORDUROY use that has cured so many cases ot 101 15 oo Overcoats 8.48 established the kingdom In his hand, acres 2 miles south-weJ- t eczema, nlmnlf. Hamlmifr ami nthar A ilroni man It atronf all over. No rain can be 12 5o Overcoats ot llustonvllle near the Bradfordavllle and not only all Judab, but also the 7.98 $4 00 Pants : : 2 98 forms of skin eruption. Zemo and atrunj who it tufferiof from weak stomach with it. rhtllstlnes aud the ArablanH, brought pike in Lincoln county, in one of the htm presents, and he bad riches and ZHMO soap are sold by druggists consequent indifotion, or from other disease oo Overcoats 5.98 3.5o Pants : erywSiere and in Stanford by Penny's best neighborhoods in Kentucky honor In of the stomach and its associated urfant, which im abundance nnd waxed great pair digestion and nutrition. For when tha stomach Some in Rainproof with : : 2 34 Drug Store. ZEMO and ZEMO soap Thin farm Is well improved and good exceedingly (verses 0, a ful3.oo Pants are the most economical as well as the it weak or diseased there is a lost of the nutrition land, watered by seven neer falling fillment ot the words, "Them that honPresto collai. It is New contained in food, which it tba aourca of all physical : 1.48 cleanest and omst effective np treatment 2 00 Pants a bin strength. When a rata "doesn't Itel jint right," 1'nr nff&nflrtna tt th dhmIu springs, one never falling spring pip. or me I will honor" (I Sam. II. SO). when he doesn't sleep well, bat an uncomfortable SHOES wbethtr on infant or grown person. ed Into a splendid mule barn "0x8i It would have been a better record B. Stetson. HATS feIin( la the stomach after catinf , It languid, nervous, irritable and despond written tiet furnishing fresh running water It It could bave been any waytbat this at, he it losing the nutrition needed to msWo strength. good king never In fa Patent, Vici Gun Met turned 2 98 at all times without baring to be aside from doing right In the sight of $4 00 Hats Such a man ahoatd use Dr. Perce's Golden Medical pumped, near bara Is corn crib will the Lord, but only one ever lived on al Calf and Tan Dttcoren: It carta dleeaten ef the atomach and other 2 78 3 50 ertjaos ot tlliettlon and nutrition. It enrich ta the blood, hold COO barrels of com, thes build earth who knew no sin and did no lawliorat'ea tha liter, atraaithena tha Kidney, noarljhea 2 15 3 00 l4.oo Shoes now ings are covered with best grade ot sin. Ever since Adam sinned ef.ry tha nerrea, mad ao GIVES HEULTM H.YO STRENGTH TO (In. Also new tobacco barn 72x91 mere man has proved himself to be a I 98 3.5o Shoes now - - 2.98 THE WHOLE BODY. will bold 12 acres, a good brick C sinner. How wonderful It Is and what You can't afford to accept a substitute for that boh- ittrit nostrum 3.oo Shoes now 2 glorious good news that He who never looholio medicine op inown courosiriON, not (Ten though the urfeat deale' room dwelling, cistern at door, all may thereby make a little bigger profit. Ingredients printed on wrapper. 2.5o Shoes now . - 1.98 1 50 senecessary out buildings In good re sinned, having been made sin for us, 98 otters to blot out all oar sins and pat pair, nice orchard, fencing complete!? Ills righteousness to our account be79 2.oo Shoes now 1.68 1 00 new all over farm, all In grass but 10 fore God (II Cor. r. Ul). alJ acres, Turm will be offered In two MR. FARMER: Mako your homo aa modern for your family as a ice. When Jehoshnpbat went with Ahsb tracts of near 100 acres each. South to battle and Almost lost bis life there- residence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations .Qonqaers Group tract has tobacco birn, tenant liouso by, when be hi his extremity cried oat, at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephoue service od It, north tract lias dwelling mule the Lord helped blm, and God moved which you anil your neighbor can get lor a sum tbat is small compared with them to depart from him (xvlll, tke benefits received. Call or address our Dearest ofiioo or write direct to JriUp corn crib, out buildligs and It Is only as tbe Lord, or Jehovah, who teadquartcrs, Nashville, Teiin., for information regarding our rjiecial "Far Govrani preparation was rise. on orchard, and then offered as a whole by grace becomes our righteousness, mj chikl tvhea it was desperately Terms easy, made known on day of that God. or Klohlm. tbe Creator, can mers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we ill with Poeamoaia. tiiimnli.ttely sale, same day will offer stock and do anything for such as we ars. It can immediately interest you, Our lines cover the Slates of Kentucky, ttfter the second application my WRITE ME FOR PRICE3 ON HIGH GRADE crops about f00 bales ot hay, corn was after Jebosbaphat bad been re- Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and physician called and finding no EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. preat an improvement onleinl itn hoss, sheep, 1 sp!cndid Jersey cow buked for bis sin lu the matter of Illiuois. (INOnSPOIIATKni continuance. The child itcoereil and 4 years old, 2 Jersey belters will te Ahsb with tbe memorable rapidly. U.J.IlhCKLhUiiifrsit.t. word. "Shouldst thou help fresh in spring. 2 mares gentle for 1)24 Eai,1 1st. Allegheny, I'm. the ungodly and love them that bate HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE ArsD CAN NAME A DELIVERED lady to drive, 1 old horse good the Lord," tbat he said to tbe Judges PfUCE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. W BUY TODAY! HAVE IT IN THE HOME worker and good driver, 1 year old whom he appointed, "Take heed what All Dr.seUte SOo. 25.. WILLIAM A. BURNETT, filly, 1 bay horse colt, two ye do, for ye Judge not for man, but COWAN KE0ICLC0 DURHAM. N. C. , OURBON STOCK YARDS. waxons, 2 buggies 1 binder, 1 mower, for the Lord" (chapter xlx, 2, 0. 7). LOUI8VILLE, KY luMlMf, Ml MH ttlfUt kf ! 'It'll hay rake, disc harrow, cultivator, and When we see In our day those who eatuqky Agency for Owl Brand. Established 1901. plows, 1 tobacco setter, 17,000 tobacco profess to honor Jenus as God Joining sticks othrr things too numerous to bands In so cslled good works with those who deny tbat Jesus Is God It mention, 2 shares oPftusionvllle tele looks jexy much like a union of Christ phone stock. and antichrist, an Impossibility, and Possession of farm given March I, therefore all who unite In any way 1111. For any Information call on me, with the enemies of Christ are for the time being denying IUni. N. W. PIPES. The record of Jeboshapbat's victory Hi.stonvllle, Ky. over the people of Amnion, Moab and Mount Selr la chapter xx is la man? A RFLIABLE COUGH MEDICINE, respects the most remarkable part of le a valuable family friend. Foley" his story. His confession of utter Honey nnd Tar fulfills this condition helplessness and lack of wisdom, with exactly. Mrs. Charles Kline. N. 8tb his upon God. as set forth In St., Kanton. I'u., states: Several mem bis reliance prayer (verses Is very beaubers of my family hare bten cured ot bad coughs and colds by the use tiful, TUe axiswer to his u prayer was ot Foley's, Honey sad Tnr and I am through Jabatiel (verses never without a. bottle In the house, moat encouraging wtih Its repeated It toothed and retires the Irritation "Be not afraid nor dismayed." and Its In thn throat and l&sena upl the. Oher words, so like Ibosa through cow. i uara always i&hbq it a re Moses, when tbe Egyptians pursued liable cough cure." Bhugara and Tan' Israel. Compare Ex. xlv. 13. 14. "If ner. are true children of God the bat W tie Is always Ills, aud It Is ours to stand still and see the salvation of the WE PAY Lord." On this occasion tbe people HIGHEST CASH PRICE Went forth singing aud praising tbe Sales of tobacco last week over our floors amount" For All Kinds or Lord, and not only Were tbe enemies Farm Produce tnltten. but tbey began to destroy ed to nearly half a million pounds, a new high DES AND FURS WANTED themselves. It Is always safe to beNOW. record for Danville, and all wagons coming lieve God and to praise God, to blen LAND & DUCHANAN the Lord at all times. Ky. . otantord, to us were kept in shelter and all horses well . S 7" fl. 4. .f 1 a. 4 fl f I.- t VIT.,4 Bo God gave Jehoshapbat rest I housed. Prices keep up to satisfactory round about, and bis realm was quiet, and all the kingdoms feared God when level. Sales ore made daily, except Sat- they saw bow no fought for Israel prices which please our urday, (xx, 20. 30). If we were to the Lord what He would lllie us lo be He would customers. Abundant free shed and fill us with Ills rest oml pence and Joy. and something of the life of ,Iesus stable room for all wagons and would be manifest lu u lo Ills glory. horses which may come. In Jehosbaphat'x prnyrr Abraham is mentioned as tbe friend of God, and only In two other places Is ho thus j mentioned, In Iss. xll, 8; Jas. II, 23. I fiut In John xv, U, Jesus said. "Ye are my frleuds If ye do whatsoever 1 INCORPORErED, command you. STRUBR NEAR PERRVVILL INCORPORATED. JtH Q. A C. DEPOT' Found Two key on small ring. '21 I ftTANFOItn HoL No Charge for Rejections, oitic, Thwi. Insurance, Free tIob.. 6 .Sncr.,cnn et an,e by Wn8. ior f$Haut Street, Danville, Ky. t. Suits at - - - $17.98 16.48 22.50 Suits at - - - - 13.98 20.00 Suits at 18.00 Suits at - - - 12.98 9.98 15.80 Suits at - - 7.98 - -12.50 Suits at - - - 6.48 lO.OO Suits at Ve have 200 odds and , end which sold from IS to $15. All go now at 3.48 BOYS KNEE SUITS - $6.98 ji0.005uits at ' - 5.48 7.50 Suits at 4 48 6 50 Suits at 3.78 5 00 Suits at I 4 oo Suits at 2 78 3.50 Suits at 2.48 fe have One Hundred , of these in broken lots to be sold from $2 to S.OO $8.oo Coats at 7.oo Coats at 6.oo Coats at 5.oo Coats at 4.oo Coats at 3.5o Coats at $4.98 3.98 3.48 3.48 Urndley, Danville, Ky, Two wagons for sale cheap, a new Ktudcbakcr and a new Old Hickory John Cook Stanford, Ky. For Sale. Half Dorset ewes 2 and 3 year olds. Hred to Imported Shrop-eialr- e rim. Duo to lamb Feb. 20. II. W. Catncs. For Sale- .- Baled hay lu any quan4t. tity. Mrs. Mattle V. Klrby. For Sale Some nice yearling sown, bred to Ulacfc Berkshire subject to register; due to farrow the first or February, J. S. Carpenter, Mt. Snlem. G Ky. I. For Sale A pair or so of coming two ear old horse mule. In u!c shape. Frank Spoonamorc, rtowlnnd. 6-- This week's lesson Is much mora at tractlre then tbat of last week, ns we are now Introduced tiytn other good king of Jadah, JehoshAphat by nnme, who succeeded his father years. Asa and reigned twenty-flvMat week It was chiefly tbo'doTll and e fat (a held I It ha a Mm a4 tMM I itp pojkhed. Tha Rayo to tew HfW ether tatfip itvat a bentr prf-- rfh. hr, addedflfild la 01m a Inn MTonc Amw iiv4. Mad ofkwrMr iOM nlektl. durabU ahwda laUar aiy Hm. Vf, AWstys Ti SUnJkrd Oil Comar mSSSKKSSSSSSSSik A Look Means A Purchase Just at at Pants at Pants at at at at Pahts'at BOW-NE- 198' iUsr ... ""v- andCloth L. L. SANDERS, at at at at s I ' m Crab Orchard, Kentucky. i l.oo MMMMMmMMMnNkm lo at at at at at at at " 2 2 Ab Man is Stronger Than His Stomach at at 2,R at ), at John HEA at Hat at Hat at $339 a 50 Hat at 00 Hat at 234 Hat at Hat at King of Externals GOWANS 148 otands supreme under every lesl. Feel cure, keep Gowans in j Bam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. COTTONSEED MEAL the home. Gowans ways and Pneumonia and yorir doctor assents. nunAlTtELCPffaNaWs. 20-81-). j S. We Set Yon Prices We Cordially Invite You To Sell Your Tobacco 0 73 Over Our Breaks O 14-1- c 73 Tobacco at Danville Tobacco Warehouse, Free Stabley jfrMHifSttlea&rftfr Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse Co., 'inder:aker Imbimn it s- -t 'li v&UBmsmMzn9mzcnM3amzmammzaaMmAaa":oZ'A' -- Danville, Ky. ,mBmmtmemmnmnlmtmmZ''-' mf j 1. Y.- ZS3Z ISS3S3i ra 32