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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUE8DAY, JANUARY 31t, 1911 tl A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE NOBLE WOMAN PASSES PEACEFULLY TO THE END MRS SHORT LOCAL NEWS lot of Myers pumps nt W K the plumber nnd tinner 6 1. Htnnrord, Ky. Nlo MERSHON CAUGHT Awn Warner' rnwcEeccci u r r--' hw J. : If a M it r:U "J HUSTONVILLE BRIGADE nl'l tbo rest. Mr. nnd .Mrs. D. S. Car-- ' ASSESSOR PEPPLES' BOOKS ARE FIRE LAND YOUNG CRIMI l OFFICERS Vulonn nnd penter Mr. Ulld Mrs W. O. Sneed nnd KEPT ON THE JUMP LIVE NAL WITH HI8 PAL WANT nil kind of grass I .tea t MODELS SOME! INTEREST. CiIIIa (.niivj .11 ii.iii WEST END NEWS k..iiiv tlnll.. tin t..l vry iinr-GO TO PEN. seed, nnd Inturnntloml TO Stock, nnd ING FIGURES ON LIN Mr tow escapes from Kiln llnrt llallev. wife of Dr. I'oullrj Food, from Pence. IJro. their hornet COLN. In this rvn. Steele Italley, died nt her npnrtment Hustonvlllc, Jan. 30th. Allur h Ions hard chnie, Will Mer Some Idea of otir ''sooti roads' (nit) Mr George McKfnney a resident of .t tin St. Asaph Hotel Inn Friday Just received n fresti supply of wnll shon was captured b Chief of Police The Hoard ol Super Isors huve com morning nt four o'clock. .Inn 27 fvldenied by the tact that It tnke pniier. J. I lleazley. wir city, while visiting rr"lend- - 'in Caller and Detective folm Meek last . Hcmlnv lnV nn.l eluhl hours to Irnvel over rur.nl mm.. p'et'-Okln.. wn but n short lima niter her t.ikon their work nnd ndJotiind, after 13 CACH. week and with him Colcnuiii Tnylor paralytic stroke With her nt the end late i eportH of his condition are thnt N" ' from here with n renl .cd'carelully going over the work of Couu Turkey gobblers. T. Tor Hule were her husbind. nnd nmii) frlemlfl Illeo no wo need n "rood roads" ro is not expected to lecover. (iiorhe nnother youngster, who seems to hnte .Sp Mo- -t assuredly wo do tj Aisssor Jonn C Pcpples and hlj Air Ollls Kubanks, son of .Mr and """'elation and loved one Her daughter. .Mrs. Into bud n)s, nnd lid so far ftoltin l!iJPP0,,.,.t Ul 0,J deputies for their )tar's assessmen t'lmrleB IlnrtMIe nrrlted n Tew hour Mrs J M Kubanks, has secured n '"""m J"A' Dett companies, owit rates, proved Incorrigible At their examingood hltuutlon In Cincinnati, and Is names of nppolntees will npponr In o' tnxes In Lincoln county no Into to see her mother ngnln In sure your property today with R. The ing trial berore Judge Dalle) Thurr. Rett ng a good salary. I he flesh. (h.se columns next week. books show n total valuation of JC Newland. jnincs anon, oi .osenuc. wno was .Mr, I. W (tuy, Mcrhlidii confessed to the variMcWhoiter will accepti 7X!MI7 Mr. Ilnlley was bom Hep 27. I8'?. well nnd favorably known, hero died tho superlntenenry nsscssed upon property In Lin ol (Ire6n ' t ous crime with whlchi tie was chare nnd educated nt Columbus, (in . I "or , .. , rent. Illncksinith shop In Morn liiHi weeK nnu was oiiricu uy inn sia- - ennnlv rn.iil fmm n,t n ..,. . rherl i j ' nnd cauio tu Stanford In IK7J nnd innd, good location for tlto rlfiht man cd nnd both were held to nwnlt the sonic lodge of which he was a mem - l The road from Oencvn to Jun.l.n I -- i -- j . . . i. upon the assessor's figures, a, ber, , nrtlon of the grand Jury next month in very nau condition aAU npeils m JSS.OIO tauiht school with Mr. Hnllle True Apply to Mrs. PrlsCllla Drown, Prof. J K. Ucnnett, who taught the tentlon Appoint some Chief Carter nnd Mtck had a lorif; that will henrt In the femnle eollege llv yeir Ky. WBHLIMBBMMMLm m i past Hew.n a splendid school at tbeinttcnd to It There nrc one or fifteen substantial raise, which It Is believed ..i.VoXtnn. ... .. m ten o. . She mid wear) search for the )oung!ttcir, nii mnrrled to Vr llallev Nov. , ,. v,- .. .. . ... . :r .ueiow ike Terry s . .. in- - unmcu "" i. .k istl- - IS7.N u uuwung ure-- n i io com i. : mi union was blessed I, It. Hughe find W I.. M.Curtv and Mnntly landed tbeni while mllklnt, www n """ ""o lu i Put it on tim mn.i n famc ipltlc I. U course. with two children to whom she gave butiKht the Brad) stock of Rood on a cow belonging to Will Cordler hear Lace curtains Igniting from a "loo ln frnnkfort next month, and prevent uco uurnam wno nn- - Den mer clofo" lcmp on Wday evening In tho' any further Increase belne levied uwm One of tne mo- -t prominent i iti the detotcd attention ol a scholaily Mulii hlroot nnd soon nfter sold Itiem llowlund. M'rshon wlis doliiR tha '""""-'""i 'umoo ine past year, r.ome of Mrs Fannie Cahbcll t)n Mcln,in, county this year. milking In an old tomnto enn, having torn of Lincoln county Is J D EaiU, anu uvcu to see ( Jm CiikIi for his nil i minimi uiouier r iinrirl. ' U last. week t0 fr- - J- - s- - Scar- - street jYfi'e extinguished promptly ni Kverjone has commented cr.v high them both KiiccoMsfhlly established In 'mote rouRh, and leaves this week with tho Iffo (brigade rosponded to the a'redj supplied hit. own hunger, and who Ii one or IN largeu farmer! nn muni) ior niuian.ii'Qi B,ina., to uiarm quicKiy. ly on the condition of the Assessor' j profession. linlley was Mr tiieli Tmvlor being unable to milk, was ..... ...... i o.t.. in iii. ... j i 'ine Hustonvllle fJradcd School lion books, wlich were written up by hU hlghl) educated and wrote extensive Want to boil ok JSJtOO secured by or the lookout for the officers. Meeks Mr Lads wis chosen one of the vice make Kthat city his luture home U. 10 ta accomplished and beautiful daughte" Ir lor magiirlncs and received sereral muitgngc on good real estate lor nn" spoiled the boys, and hbadowed theui president of thu St.ve II ink & Trut Ifirtti iivui oUrec iAif . urn ir .iianey McKlnney, Thomat ilanou, Miss Jennlo Pepplcs. prU foi th- - bent these on arUm to three yenr. Ilox 17 Stanford, Ky jfor an hour or so behind n post until Company upon its organization nnd Is nt $l').-- i per ncre. There were The pastor out west that permitted Marfcaret Powell, Ruby Weddle, er few mistaken Chief Carter could get to them. He making a goou man for the responsisubjeitH While he Hied on the farm found in thi In his church during service, fred Tucker, Flora Back, John Wesley hbe studied domestic science, horticulLooks and they were made by the Let me build thai, Mlppil upon them along a worm ble position. Don't forget. evidently wanted all his peoplo to and agriculture, nnd was one of house for you this spring. J can fence- and ture Laura Sandldge, Mamie liss'e&or Or his deputies and not by aricsled Item bMnre they ncrustomed to smoke. lnfnrmr.il nnnnm In the litnll Duma Sandldge, Alias Pepples. A fine red fox was turned loose Frl 'VQ' Rc,d Conway, Will Stone., Contractor uware that he was coming and HELM LEADS FIGHT S le was nn on these bntnche dnj night In the fair .'rounds and late'x,",j Pcavyhouse. Marion Llpps, Lou-Some interesting Information ccn they were the most surprised pair or niuNlcInu and skillful nr- - and llullder. Hist class pack of fox hounds werclso Cook, Waller Moser. 'Anna Floyd. coming Lincoln county Is gleaued (1st ai.d left nil Indelible Impression' ATAIMCT CAIADV ) outfitters Imaginable. ,1 I. tint nn ttilt Tkn .. upon tier for seed, sr.c was an, u una in,v nf mil nt tin. w"ls- - Kn. Mamli! from .the Assessor's books, sbonin? At their examining trial Met shun m iii;,v.v,.i".,,-::vYr,",'t- Wt u ' 114 MJ II l UUl earnest member or the Prelterian "J nuelwnn Moroland at reel' tolJ r Mallnda Nae. Ola Williams. Matlstlcs on the diversified Interest greatly enjoyed It No finer chase variolic crime that , chuich. the organist lor ninny years. li'cKln? coal yard was made In this end of the Lottie Cook, Elizabeth (Jlllock. ttKik preat Interest In the work of her they had been guilty of of the county. ., . He' of the .1. S. II ,. , .... riBiii niuiu im.rch and the old rocletles nnd 'vas . '.nld tlinl wllh 'nurULln Kin- - n.ili,,., OUR CONGRESSMAN AT FRONT IN court. Notice Interior next race will The assessor's books show, for in be lounil In the .'iniJournal later a natural nnd logical IcaiUr In nil . EFFORT SUCCESSFUL TO n. IIIV ai .. stance that there la only siCJ,7tr on t.iini. .i.,.,'ho nH4 ).rnii..n imn f ,n. III iuni...ii . WI1 The public school ln ttie Yocum dts- ll'Uft It rill be difficult l"r!U.dJlr. J".01' r" J J (1IIVI1I theso good work on depobllcd In the bank of the count burg whero tlw-- seemed six (piatls of ti let In Green river valley has I'.'i' PREVENT ANOTHER m llnd nnother to fill her plare Lancaster Merchant pupils In the district and tho attend whisky, a half gallon jug of whlskv. whereas the last statement of thi TfURh gone, she will not be forgotRAISE. ance Is les than '10. Vurtlii against nnd seeral pints of brandy. lie nnd The case of She lived nnd died ln the Christ' hanks showed 'something like three .Miss Julia Dameron and her broth- ijii in,- - aim n iinnjs r.iK-- r iu ine v. uiumunwcMiiu iiuin i.iiiruin wumi and another boy had broken q"nte', or a mllll0 dollars. Some a dlspa tch liom Wellington last er. Mont, lett this week for Howling' DIES woik nnd labor for lesns and do l. ,., WIU nmnncJ by y,,. collrt of AFTERp1ral5N,oSTR0KE 0F,ne suggested that this can easily be Green where they go for a five! ur sam,. wucit-- '""'y sa id: eu'r uer nanus nnu muni -rcunu to tio. lw' Irldsy. Mr. Mnnlii s husband " lu " r i . ., months stay to complete their cducs. ,hn M. , i..i..tnti,.n .n h.r .af..n- ni.i ,n.i,nr nccouniea ior oy ir.e largo number o: Ite prcsentatlVf Helm was u lending' tlonf, ,. Mrr. Lucy St Clair was Indeed . beautl- was surd) on a 12.00 bn.'. bond, and . .. depositors which the local bankln? .' nvriiaaiiiiitmiriiiniii-iiib- . vsi Lancaster. Ky., Jan. .10 " -,. ir. corneuus Montgomery, ol Mc - ii. -i Slrn liai. Yi. nmn.ri ful nrd glorious to behold ilAilntl in KU wlr r..t t.. i. rit Mr Jacob Joseph, a leadlne dry Institutions have in adiolnlne rnuntlni " ""iKInncj drove down to the' home ol "1 " :.. Stanford of "PO .VAn IV Tin medical science " goods: merchant of thl, city, died hut gome of ." The tourtfcay must .." "" -)'? nronosed """.":'' .. .- -. ..... .. , .. the figures taken from the - -.- -. "', Mershon aUo confessed to forglni nn iiouge ,0 nrtf,ent the .. . nmi a student of htr own case and . urive .lopiwd t'a '"f of Sol Klmoie assesaor's booki, !boing too number iron her invalid life was mindful that to a check cri;asc ot varies oi tue .7 "77 ... . ,UdBM'fo "'some and value of products etc.. in Lincoln " M' "- - at,- -, nt T " o. ,ZVrence1wulX,0paorerhe a r nglng speech aglnst the in 'na'de 'IwTsouU res'lgne "n 'n 8rS 3S rll0W3: he'weWbS' f?1,P? ,n U,e this TfMce .Tpaving "for' lt"th he and Tra,lo, said, that ,., and sald "a 8rcat dcal has, ) Hh but single Ihovght and two S.-to be kont to the penitentimy S?"B" -Urn nnr or to rL?ch the this n.lv. .tK "6uds-U- 00. . wanted one anu ,niu u,csc. wu" ,,1BI UC1U coal In Hit riirlitlsn life . I!nrli ilav Notes secured by mortgage $::00 i.t Frankfort, and not go to reform ueen . ki,u . "crc on ,nc ..... ce i. sun ii en. . . .. . .... n nearer ner navior In.., u..tA.t rf ....Iah i!nin1l .. . fcniinlnitda wna rnmnlnld . Tho y ......I.. attack ..,... -- " . iim ,'"-'"''GSL ymn M gev c wflj school at Lexlnelon. - where thev. said salaries snouiu oo raise., on nccounij " .."'"ll' ,.1' n ""k uu me miii, oi . rovernier. isos. "" i"i " eral terms on the graded school Lniim enmmiinitv .i! I . Other notes 20&.760 7.1 ilav. nr tin. "'8U tosl of l"ns. ilhev .tct- wh nnctt nliiint ivi-rn . ti,. v r..'o. ..-- . ww..-..- l ,IIB IKJIIt-- IHUtt'U U .AldlUHIIUlU. n..i. " i n.vnnMt I'lit- . UlflU board m..i.-i.,He was a prominent member "Thc lc"ocratlc- - party Is not re 'u.t .'..i....t.j 'As Mershon Is now 18 and Traylor ly. Accounts t"7.j5t to be. with hnr children. nnd Mrs, - Casli ou han'd20,81 ,, waio. rponsmie ior tne nign cosi oi living. Aooui iv.uuv on. ones uiss uracc uastin, oi .Mt. saism Ja Charles Harvllle and I)r Steel .. mi. . ..V..'," Ih. .lp , , i"enaa .?.1?.0 relative, this ..,,- - ,n , vnil,,Vn.i h h ,K Jr. And wife and her huidmnd lor sale come quick If ou want theniw.. . v. May I be permitted to remind Hih Cash In bank 1169,715 ,l '" wro wore established In the 1 crall y J. C Florimce. . ... .... House thnf the men who nie calll ....J . jt,. .''Stanford. !... j uennett, or luDJiiKs, wno 'n comnetene.. In lh rirv pvula hiil. Money ut IntereJt 3i7 luoir cases are acien mwii uy me pructlre of medicine, nnd surgery nnd . Acres of land 20J.364. u""uu ium.- - ui imignt a spienuiu scnool last season i ,.: . next "l,ou lu Vf lu . ..J... rratwl Inrv and rirci.lt court snnorlnlendcncy of Tlntlc hostilml w'llh Two nice rooms for renl at my resl- - lliontl salatles that this Congicbs U impos .it the Smith school houne. has Rons' .."." but on account of heart trouble and .VIZ ZZJZT ?. ' Valuation Improvements b;at0?Dt', climatic Influence which proved de dem on Losan avenue. Mr. .1. h Ing on the taxpayers ol the county toi a five n.ontha Ktay at J4.301.71O Ad0T'pJi i0snerp?,',of (irecn to complete bis graduation i Jl, ttrimer.tAl to her health, she mid her Lmu. place. are u!io suffering fiom the increase atudles City lots S43 " moUiii removed to Homo nnd Colum ,... a daughter Mrs. Charlea Da Is of. Value n ...u. .u mti nr llvlni nnri thnt thev h.ivn 'n.Arn Junction City. Suit lor dhorcc wi.s tiled In the i29," with tlmprovementa h 'i and 'lAt returned to Htnn- a brother children to be educated ns well as the council should not entorce the Ian- - re- - v'.,nli,,a.n00??!.?Len.n.,ana, lord her former home, and reside I at circuit court last week by Mrs. Kmnui' 542. Mr. Sam Joseph of Cincinnati. removal of , ,...., ,. thr SI Asnph Hotel until lur death cb..Thoroughbred stallions 21; value Ashlv ncnlnst her hur Mi Johu Hogue and family hae Her Inmily have the svcinMby ol home wncre the burial h3 "I have recently noticed ln the,pa-- ' Ashlc). She nxkt. tuoed to ttiii Judge Mooie tcsldence, ft.OGO .. ... community In Hi? loin ot Imnnand 'M... tnnir hi... tie entire . . .a-- 0 tl.nl Hi.: ""'"'J - f Ihn- n.aolitnnl ..,,Ill ...... .t.. ,,, v .. .it.' '"OH Thoroughbred geldings of ;ne roo.1 dn'ighter. wife mother and 11,000 illmony. T. J. Hill. Jr.. Is hei C; value 11.. nn.l r...,,lli- .M.v M. i.miiuj ...u INUHi; l,n.. . .. ....' I.... F'O'-v.- I .... in,, mi UIC UIr- in... I Instead luuk nn nrfanali.. luuu knl. ill. in vi.iriini, tlUUULtril VI ll.e Bl?C IIIISC UUS Ut'CIt ..J... njr uult 1355 M.lll.l.iiuwiri lratu and pra'VlM nltOlney 1,0.1, ln lllft porl .erebrnl hemorrhage per annum to $30,fiM la?ts fiom one 3howor to another. Get Moreland. Thoroughbred mares and colts 54 I tiitii i.l.inci. nibbs whs quit.- - sitk flora J100.000 ' woman lingered for one roo-- I Thl per annum. If this Mupcmlon bus! A (1Uastrous (ire HflH ftarrowly av. alue $4,400. I will sell to the hlghost nnd be.t the first of tho week. week and passed Into th br.,'it t eHind, 'sustained nnd sootlml by fnd blddi-- r nt the back lesldente north or yr p. k. Phillips, of Montlcello nesh corporailon ween pinper to re- - ntiiecl Tliurtlii) Tlcunlngam In .'the home .Mr. Win, Southland sells the Satur- - Common stcalllonb 38; value 4)2. , ., . Mfe C'illln ill.ki Moln .!.. .tit....i.. i r.int 175. ',a B'"de. and the Chicago Ledger tor PtTect tbe does occur to me that the pnident l)Uc()V(,rv 1!erore lUmQa dlscoery the r, centa on gatul.daV- mares etc. 3.U4S; value uturday January. ounm, on Itui hoim. He ha man, friends in UnUad Ule down to flinch nlout him nnd lies thing for Cougiehb to do U not to In- $236,494. n hole , (he kIlchen ,Ioor be. M,M Laura Per, my houihold and kitchen liirnlture ,0ln ce,e,)rat. pleasant dream,' crea-- e the salaile.s for orticers hut It neith the range. The Tire bell of c,, ne- - s, t, ollti.,,ay ,as. lllejn 1,81.1, value 4)142,910. Muloo rVnural servicer were condiu ted b iiac nplenUlU mild oak ' Mr. Cha.H. Miller of Chattanmxn. Mrs. D. S. Carpenter brought a crowd possible, lo leduce them , v t 'er little friends Jacks 91 value 113,910 dri'",er nnd M,,nW r,M-''..r" I' 5mijr"?i?or0lari' III. "h- - foldlnR snoM ol bis old fo ,,n" "' bl,ckcts of water. I sa) thu mere Iia, not a ""ltU1 lp re " t!1), M ralrvJvero Invited to come to hei lim.,e. Jennets 129; value $5,073. Ua llotl and at the grao In .luffnlo slcl range heating stovo and nnny hikI Irlonii Mr. .Maihhnll o...- - w..h. v Hulls regibtei- d- tl; value $4.15 agemv nt Sinn they pbyed tames then went out to ,n,ulalll0 ,)0 lemotery, In the presence of a large other useful articles. Piano .o sell nst week. llsat thuio hab not been some effoil low. anu .,,..-..- .. Cuwi, registered 101; I concourse nt borrov.ln- -, frienj value $3, a,.., n.Mtiit- - ..in...,.t nipper. Ijuiu Peail lecelted eteir.i s tearing .v .'........ ''atk Douglas n,'cd about 10. and llv Ioum! one made nloiig the line to Increase thi 603. Sale will begin at t P. M IWidi up the main street between here nnd snlaricb of men w't- - draw ins near tioiieva, pceeil into that nice piesents. (i CAItPLVTKlt. M I) J the'r Ihlnr mp.i. l?nm l.ml Aeok. n lrttin nt Com.iton bulls, cows etc. 1,2& .Mr. .luliuu Hucker, hab rctuiued tu .. Sheltiy City with Its heavy weight. W. j. RANKIN. cash. nt puolle crib. ulil" $1(12.192. tnrtt most diendid or all Ills, consurip- - Loiilbtiile alier a three months visit 11. Kclley and family t Mr. W. have and it lion, "lt ib an to, 19.1; valu4 $31,561 "Gabe" Addams l.ri. black and whlte bpotteJ dog moLd back Horn Camp NeUun and does seem endless chain affair,united W "eorgle Klojd is the obllgln? with . his uncle S. C. Itucker of wis Sheep 6,663; value $42,095. 3i. that the time has Hogs place-whit- - ring around neck. Mllick specks 'nie ruiitlng one of Mr Wm llurkes when ,.., bra. shou.d be sel. w,u a Agricultural Implements $29,S.2 J Kennev. Moi.- - ,l0llM,H nn Mugle street Hate oiganlzed a Uaptlbt church at in while pois. . halt should be called and In the name'thrui 3t Wagons, It not all Harris Creek taml. Kv.. It. I). No. I automobiles Rev. Shouse will be alr. BnIII ixurtc, hBH ,or tli'mibt of thut Mibt horde, tsat great army summer And she does and PUNNING WITH BOB GREEN FOR doln it btcjcles r.nd oilier vehicles. pastor for this tear. He will preach i Mr. CLERK OF APPELLATE tiii.iet ends Indlce week been assisting his biolher. J J. Coftmati, He hheksmlth nt mi,,,,, who are being bound 53,194. ...... .. nl.,1 .. ..- Llrb COURT. ll... ....... l...1Al.l.,a ....... .v... t. i. nunc In .u.v.iih ...j- owv ..f. of ...... 'icr.evn has made mono' enough to the first Sunday. i iitv univ.iii..(,, um.mi.cB r, I ll..Mlx.. iiiiii, , ,, , , inirueiib oi taxation mv Vnlut- - or safes $38.1 ne Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Williams from Ho also Intolced the Htoek or municipal, md iheartburn lu five mln- - ,"UHuh bren reoelted here that New state and Kederal. I appeal llK at Ceneti. for a good hliclwPilth Shelby City were Wsiting Mr. Household and kitchen furnlturo. and ... ,. m'-i- .........wo ........ .,,, .,,... wnw. i ru.il tiit'i.nri, is nn. A .'ilcis.llt. to tuls llonce to tote against this ri.eie is not n vncant room or nousn Mi. Morgan Sunday. $109,110. nmg with It L. Green. In the l.iitei's inun Imii: 5(1 cents Mr. (Irady Lewi has about all of tiiiin.ir.n. city for rent or sell. We need lu our Aln'chliier 15.0J8 .,,.. .u,..,, ' n.l w,i, nl ll uliln I.ICe for tl'tf llenocraiic nomination ,i IbiikI n ilnmn nl,.o rnlt-i.rlhl . . I, ' ,. .. fu llpv Pl.mos and other musical Inatni- ior Merk. ol Hie o.irt nt sustain and . Kvoryor.s of iIK, Inn he ai-"ST. ELMO" COMING. . .. fi-- ! rlr y,--- ,,-- in?, t Mumu ,,).. yiHid lnl t' on . . . .."" . . $10,757. rented etsi1 and iiuminu nt-inu ia utm n. u.tj m m t,...i o j.rs. w. i. ru Ml ut.i.w win eecomc nis uniei im i Ailua'n ui( tl'O Intesment. Wo have had a Hum-- , YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT Haw manufacturing material $21.- Alter entertaining millions or peo( were seterui pjiiie.p.tniit e nary or wnicn is it a beteie cold for tne past two oi only i leiK. we ber ol In.piirlng parties wanting to ple in etery poit or the United States. t.nr Mr Addams Is now Clerk ot ( r,.ccnl -- priie tights" ln town bche weekli t at her daughter's Mrs. i: L buy nnd others wanting to rent. Why experiment trying to drive the Manufactured articles. $7,120 Nelkirk U the name "St. Mmo" will visit this city next Adam Sylvc-be- r ! l 'igV.'i'e'.e'r'Jed0;: ' "" ltata " e at tho ymtigebt resident on rural Friday night Feb. 3rd app-arl- nt Palntiuga $130 dandruff genu from underneath i " .tu t" r oi vuunKsiriM uiem rniinps uas about com and Mr urn-nomt i Augubtn Uvaua' U a fine boy for. the opera ' Uoute. route one. lie Hooks 650; value $2,977. skin with greasy lotions or fancy Imir- - his age. justand be l wiu fhc Chvr Cleik Mr (ireenu lips lully rnlllne the 'tonei" woe down plptlHj nIl( sj,eih sity store-looone woeK. charming narrative Is told lb play Diamonds 20; value $1,130. frlmdh iu this county. a har fl ., tockonlng, and the Judge had no uisn We are making u specialty of Hlu. form by a capable corapanj of aeto.re Mrs. Couller While has icluined to urejslng rtiien druggists everywhere x. u nil in anil mi v in vtrirTi sarn WatcKci and clocks $5,330.50, acu in nianioru, we renny s urug, gri- - iurii m ine noior.uus., lerc.ie an(, actresses .who have been sel ected nogroet W o ..... hlln ,,, , Moreland after a tu a'piohtU cnndldate ,uo,ry "n aBX . Seteial .. . . Is nim tipped as ..,.., Kork" , Jewelry $1,272. Store will guarantee ZIC.MO and 7.K "Hni.glngwill pay and Ureen river val-- """ lreai uiscnminauon to mase y lhtiii-y- , merely happeneJ to ue on we p emi- ylrt Im die oflice. you to see us before leys It Hold silver and plated ware $2,601 j. theirs w.ti ... tin tlmn nlo ' soap lo entirely nu ttio scalp or imy)nK has n m ..... .. rrliruiK in Ues fiom fin to each Individual character stand oat, Mis i:iUnbelh Owi-iiSteam engines $14,860 s uml of ().(im t viiU lo Iler dn,lgi,ter Mrs IM. the i life lh.it causes the trouble. too acies. with good Iniprowmentt The dIhy was ndanted In 111 doulitleuly keep out of from Miss Parksville Wines, whiskies etc., $150. No better pio Kxalls. uovt, by in- rattle in nie mmre. ..' mnner 7.K.MO nqd ZKAIO toip can be oh- - a 'j's liaigaln prices. M..K.nliey Nt Twomcy w ho ' " ' :m' of the Lo llgert.its were potpeu i W. II. at Stocks ot goods $173,757. bo carefu' to retuln ll' best Arinstrong sold to W II. LU tamed lu nn city or town In Aiuei lea wrftW R WIIII?i8UC and ull concerned r.l until later vt rl AiiiiMlitiui; lo W Male over 21 years 4,703 ,e"VMi lard III! I2ib hogs at eight cents, llnjund nie KcognLed the bet and most Mr. James Hull entertained qulie n material ot the book in tho stage ,,"x,' nt. stork hog atiruclnr till the I. '""'d1'1' lo ,urn ov,,r l,ow Itnl Children between six and 20 1,13. J. mentions no name". b()Ill A Mv, iffec-- number of tils trlends Friday evening version. Ho has lost none ot the rascl nUo pCi lo j s Mir. PCoiinniliai t eatiucnt for all poiuxU at pel ,:"",!-Pounds of tobacco raUed 2,59S,0t -'"W atmosphere. .tl0.m..rU.cfckl..orMalpbetb.ro.. for J rold a bow nnd 4'sv I'Ound.s of hemp raised 170,062 Kilt meeting oi lh- - lobano ?iow "rn Mntile I.lpp. I'l" Ht One shampoo t'oimaclt. ".Annie Dunn. .'iitihuui I'jja ietiMned.lnInntureiut.il peion. ; . rnllod foi Sat .s Mltci.ell for $Ha .iu nr i.iiiitrtln Fount v Tons or hay raised 12,649 . Logan, "ev- - J"nies ol Middles- rebH)r. and .om nnd noiillcatlou or Nannie Cooner nnd tUlloi. Illnnehf' We liom a visit to her I'cb. Ith nl 1 : :t oeloe!,. Mis. J. D Minor who hits bud her i.rda Husntlb ofcorn tabled 649.036 a biopze pledge hooks brought In with Mrs Vt. A. Uiown at Pa 'lar,nel,f Vla ',,I'V f"'i,te Kad!L Lll" l'oro' elty lvt' beeu awa-eUr.'zmio will stop itching and cleanbo Kadn. in the Hospital at Si. Louis v.rnt nil HlunatiirM as sou ' Messrs, Denvei uieual and 12.000 by the osiile in- - ,, Mf8 U0wn ,ert rnrcksontille the sen n of dandi.i f and scurf. Ad- - w..i m,.iin i. -- iim 4",1,llsio, llushcls of wheat rnlsed 62.036. r..,.m rn .i . .. . III" llfUIUI-HI1U1IIU let timed homo both seriously III The; (lit OIH prO.HllUU for hU heiolsm In saving Uushels or oats 26.424. Ipllcutlon of ZBMO and use of KKMU Sam. pVatvhcouse. Mack PeHvyhuue. a Iktv. Tl. are both heller nnd a expected lo be on fot Lincoln county, at that Hute rlu' tteiincbuay. .... .... nni Tlnlim rrmn iIimuh ' tiushei of baifey 902 f..ti... ,.ir. iionon, juuus .uuiiumn, t. me numuer oi acres k gu.-t- i "'""'d BOap will cure the most uuotuiait; case cml in a few day. inhn ......... ...o in Cm ml.r .....w ,!.-- , .... lll,.lra llli" ... v.....vv. In rwl ...v, nw...r ll,,,.' Uushels of grass und clover vecd ... ..v....... .."ft HOC RAISERS .....u ......", ' H. Tate. ot ecieuia or sklu disease, -r- .o ,.i' Mis I lay Wude lesldlug below Mlt Paul Willis, ileorge Dnrncltn and Mil- aim un l(v Are )otir hogs worth 5 cenu per, w .,lvito ou to try ZUMO and ihellsbuig, lins hud T hogs to die nt Aeioo of whout ".lilfi t0Noha,be.ng of "' b- -. guarantee Cannot Be Cured head? We Catarrh J"""1""0 a',U, accustomed to nnd 7.t:MO soap and If not entirely satis- dioloia In the list lew days. . . Aoies of corn 20,353 '" heie ns, pastor ol Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy coming tired of country life and farm- wltb UX tl. ArrMCVTIONS. u lbr rionol ri .w . oi u nw-- . k bki ur romti. (0 ' Acres of meadow 6,670 Mirs l.lKlo Armstrong unuguier o il hn- -j iictulthy and free front Had. ivt will refi.ii.1 your money Ing. decided to sell my splen the Prusbyierlan church. have W "aKS-cuiTiS dkea,) for 5 eeaM per luiad per There will b0 an exchange at J. L. (ihl W acre form with all Its splendid Mi W S Armstrong. U seilomly III. SiJSS I Acres of woodland 14.17S upua lb bWmJ tnd murouj month. trnuuy. wui rt dlm-tlcure j Cholera, Kills' Doailov's furniture 6(oro next Satur- - Improtemeuts ut n price, thnt nn un It quark nMl- Acie of tobacco 8,077 urlMtt. Hill Citirrti cun h not Tr mv I mrni m cmcunc fUlor uu o. im mi puimtuhi norms, jmiiiiiiiuii-nume nu tiyi:inv, "1 or Chamber i'i .i10 bone 'lit of Home " w" P"nbi 1 am now locatod on Fourth sliee..' Number of dogs 1,509 .o.nmunlty will ask one dollar leduc- OleeMlon aud causes ho3s to fatter! hat e been t or- iJne V "S tery rapidly. ,.0ll)M,88,0 with the best equipped stable in Dan- durfne eiudeinlcs or In- 10, e This rem.dy Is used Minion.. Help a good cause. wUI n n.,.v tu 10 day. Kor particulars cull on tlllc and will be glad to see ycei at $?. ZHF.L: ro"bJ",Jl-.?- ., 'il and endorsed by leading hog raisers . latum In ror Sale. Small stock of dry good ii any time. And will bhow the lmllFound-T- wo keys on small ling, oi nddreis J. W. Hustntitllle. Ky.. It. notions, groceries, and two lite ot J i.uoui !. tltmiiBliant the country. Come In no w.i have not heaid ol a single !" in ivii itui p. .no l oox av. you noovu " wurieous ircacmeni. Owner can get same Dy paying nr k u" ',, t les Address. J ll. It. Box 13' Hold bv PennVs . 8. ee D. F. LOQAN. . 'rub Orchard .UV'Wr.'.loo...M.b.x Ky Three fi.e In this l.i.ra-dla- te this nd Sold - New Stanford Drug Co m.v Af"- Y 8TEELC DAII.EY DIE3 TER SHORT ILLNESS EAR! FRIDAY MOPNINQ. le SEVERAL BAD FIRES 'cently started In kitchen Hint con SUPERVISORS PUT MADDrtUJi V AVCDTCn ain "nges that Bit on the wool ON $83,636 RAISE. nllUVUlTLl 1TLIULU floora. A hole camo In bottom of fire' liiox nnd co.ils droppod through nnd' ..-- . Hon of Lincoln county have been Ouy Farm.Plow, (llbbs-Imperia- . lo-l- urt J'i., ... ,i,ii. More-land- ,,., ,. ".' .. i'..ii..i.. - r i rw ! " tirry -m It-- lit - Wed-coie- I e e n ,tc; 1 ntit TDin Vi I ' i.i. ,,... - ''. ....... eer ""'i, 'n. - - tn ,r Jlor ... - ". ."? Z'1 Z ' k KVwTnU' o::n,l8h:".,n.h! eJ" iL. Zd '.j tT'&X I ." ..:." '. ,,., in-iu- Z .,. .. nro ,...! , .,""" V "nd' ... -...... ..- rui taiJiiii.iiiM1"t., .h7,fc. i". '",!oln5 ""ai.'"'. ' - e". " ' . i.-- ur.uu ."..! 6-- nt "r l""' - "Z" ,. " ;;nXror Mr)g &1 " ..,.i .- - Ir .- !. ,.,,.,,. v..,.,. ,,... h. ... .""? ..?e Q l "' ,, ' nmi Bow-lin- 'l'". n,LU,"'e,Fo .. I t:. n.,n Z .-- -. gm .. .... - a- ,,...! l""" I"-'- " "' ..... ,?","?' a, Ul ,.... Zli !., ""? r T' - " A I. l" J. ntP j,ntt '"' ,,.. n cr$n n,,ii lti I tn.ieis ,. i,,. - r..j :,. ,.,,,, ,,.,.. """ ,. ii,.A . .., 1 " scalp 1 ii-'- of?! Ap'iit .T T -- ' """" - thol' j llt 1 t m.-ri- dit. "'i8 i Sct-iii- ..I' :... r.el !. aj ". ?" ???ZMK .i -- jWI. nam 11 u n v.i.r.. nuun ,.,.., ,,. ,,,, 1 1 V ,.. ri,iin.' ""'. . it jy-p- SSif,gL ! Z.Vi 5.hiJ, t'..a .'.I'lS ?& L ?,''H!i!r:. irc5uu'.r."bS.rirf..pTv. i "??, "nS - iv "f10' ',"' iih'k a' ''' 2- i MfrvijW.yi THE STANFORD. KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. ThA Famou 8 H LV iBapfc tfc he Interior Journal Established 1872. Two Barley Societies TO HOLD ANOTHER MEETING LEXINGTON FEB. 6th. IN Crab Orchard Sanatorium. CORRESPONDENT TELLS OF GOOD WORK DONE THERE. Gfes I l' fk 5ttf Ifr k t Any Met m 1 1 HELTON VERY SAUFLEY TUESDAY AND Publlthtr FIUDAY x s 1 HI "Vmmhh .hmIbH f .7' "2 r.a t 1- aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal - ?...& flW ,iytn. ..dm. The Standard Oil Company w" kr tfiw(tlertitrriHrrkttrtytf amiir n w nnnii nrrmj ojinw fraMmaMhan V aaaaaaaaaaaaaaW K-HBUHMiiiiiii- lamp, ybu art payiivt rat (Qorgons mm cannot aqa to git ins ntm. rou cam pay i n, DMut mere la none. An hi a Q6 least fcct on the human ivoLmtH) tho bet oil (M . YoU can c VM,fT. tb ttfh low in or MD for aoat rlai , arid you get a mpM oMtly lamp, vou ciin Mt a better !a?t than the white,, metiow, 41uuovu. unnnAvin i.f.ii vi the hrr priced Kayo. Thta Hit a stTM. Anratdo Mad of olldWm. BWeMS. n Once a fcayo Der, Always One price for . WJian yoa pay more than POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS S t For Circuit Judge Tbe Interior Journal Is authorized to announco Charles A. Hardin as a cnndldnte for Circuit Judge ot tbe Thirteenth Judicial dlstrlst, at tho election subjeot to the action ot the hd Monow to be held November, 1911, Demo- - ahade-botdt- has been confirmed by tho Senate ns United States Attorney for the Custern District. A splendid appointment It is really pathetic to hear Hen i.IoIipsou kicking nboul ilio Democrats of the state of Kintirb" holding n State Primary. To hla It may ho Tho saddest wordg of tongue, or pen l aio these words, It won't bo lien.". Loau County News. v MUHK ABPHMMMHMMMMMHHMHHHMIA an in Mm s2 sasM ! til : H (if CLEARANCE SALE ! SI iH Ky., invites " 1 r l The Chas. Whcclcr Emporium at Hustonville, the public to their Annual Clearance Home of the papers nro mentioning ludg Lewis I.. Walker In connec tion with the republican nomination governor. No better timber could lor be lound In that party and Eighth dis trict republicans nnd In fact, a great number in this section or tho stalo would undoubtedly be behind him If he decided to run. Kill !! lit T1 Sale embracing all winter goods. Ladies' suits and skirts, Ladies' underwear, mens' and childrens' underwear, absolutely at cost. Calicoes 5 cents per yard, all best brands, no seconds in my stock ask to sec our black silk petticoat at 2.98. For special bargains, see our Clearance Sale on shoes, buy two pairs for the price of one. A full stock always on hand. Our spring stock of ginghams, ladies shirt waists arc ready for your inspection. !!' THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. This Sale is a Bonafide One . 5 And No Hot Air. This sale will be on FEBRUARY 1st to conRespectfully yours for tinue through February, an honest deal. 1 Chas. Wheeler, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. H m m mi The Stanford Opera House Friday Night February 3rd. (Contributed.) Kentucky occupies nn exalted pool-lio- n in the sisterhood or states. In the ministry both Catholic and protectant, she has produced some of the rnot srholaily and consecrated divine who have grr.ced the churches of west trn hemisphere. In the law, she has given to tho courts some or the auiest lawyers and most profound Judges this country bi known. In the ndvo-car- j or the Interpretation and application of tho law. In medicine and sfiirrery. her sons have perfected revealed to the profession, imnerto unknown means for the amelioration of suffering and the prolongation of her orators On the forum, life I:.oe cnrl.anteO with their eloouenrr On the field of battle her soldier have won undying fame. In tho halls ol learning, her scholars have held the attention of the world: In th homes, both when the valleys are stretched for the plow .share, nnd when the mountains lilt their ruged I' rests to kiss the heavens, she has civen both thlvalrle sons and vir tue lo.ine daughters. Such a slate and such a people are fcooti to choose a man to be governor over thorn: and with an almost una l.lmlty of oice, there Is named the nuuie of one who has proven true In legislative hall and in executive chair cne who Is generous Just, and brnve, honest, truthful, clean, whom all the wealUi of the federal treasury, and all the devil In hell could not tempt to lorget or betray a friend James 13. ilcCreary, the people's choice. David Graham Phillips the author died in New York last night, the vie. tl'n ot assassin's bullets fired Into his body on Monday He succumbed fiom a hemorrhage of the right lung. Crab Orchard, Jan, 2.1. Representatives of 12 counties and Orchard Is Bltuated In the ; 600 tobacco glowers fion. "'Kafcl End of ,,lncoln co(ml nearly onc 0, parts of the Hurley belt attended the Ul aunties that comprise the llltte ...... .., .v . f .h or Kentucky It l.i one O r:.o :: ,n of the oldest towns In tho state I' aja. last week, and It was announced that iccelvvd Us name from tho Immense about 15,000 acres had been pledged growth of crab apple trees, tho nrumn t plan for lit 11. nlthough to U'e from which Is tho sweetest that eter by no means all of tho pledges secur dollghted the heart of man. The soil ed had been yet turned In, i.l hot A conference was held between the , , ... as productlte as In some pnrts . ui nro I'uiiuiy, uui me miuerni waicrs committee of the meeting and one nro greatest on Kor sev the fiom the Hurley Tobacoo Society, the eral years (hero has been but little result of which was that tho Hurley Improvement, but here of late there KruMntv nrrftttttpfl In lis nnftltlnn that that deso.ve., mention !'fts bcc" secured when tho tobacco union Tho Crab Orchurd Sanatorium found enough signed pledges to show that ed by Jlr. J. I Spltlcr formerly of could control the element In tho Itur- Clly- - Iml'rUv 'lnr' " " ic belt which has heretofore refused Unl" pool, the soctet) will Join with the in upcruiiuu ifRd man n i'r u is sun tt north of nlnn in ninklnc a combined effort to nttd one nnd half inllc cut out thrt crop of 1011 or otherwiso trab Orchan! on n hill that commands control the production of Hurley to- - tl,c vicw of lhe "unrounding counto .Tncro Is no llner scenery In Kentucky bacco this year. on w,llch J""" K"p whcn of this attitude ot tne Ilur l,nn in view troin tne sanatorium. Truly lei Society. CMulrlnt: tho production ' "t am looking over " ol slrfiiOd pledges, an adjournment ot '"'I11 board of ,"'l' country " It Is within one fourth the meeting of the district a l'o ' l" flvr. nn" bonier on it-tho Hurle Tobacco Union was taken Monday. February 6, when tho lead ,ucautl ful woodland. Theic Is a minto ers of the new organization declared ""l well nt the door, and several will have enough fclgned pledges ,orh nuarby. among them tho tclcbrr.t Cn.b Orchnid Water from which to comply with the Hurley Society's dmand and convince the most skeptl- - t'm C. O. salts are made. The build-ra- l of their ability to control the lndc(lug Is up to date and two atory. of by pendent Tobacco Growers of the Uur-- , about twenty rooms, lighted electric lights, heated by ley dUlrlct On that date the tlvo (.ommltteea of the Hurley Union steam and well ventilated. Tho pro-an- J and business manager J I, tho Hurley society will hold another conference and another effort, Saltier Is ah affable gentleman who will bo made to secure the co opera- - known how and treats hU gutsts with tlon of tho Hurley Society with movo ns much courtesy, and looks niter menu on foot by the younger organl- - their welfare nnd comforts to as i. station fit Mnt". Tno story In circulation that .Many persons find themselves at- - n'! the food fed to patients hero Is ftcted with a persistent cough after ;mw iounr.;rw parsnips nix I raw , nn attack of Influenza. As this cough i ..... ers uu ,.. iu, ., .....inL-- . can bo promptly cured toy the uso of Hemeay, Cough Chamberlulns it wnue inoj no ieei inose wim sioni should not be allowed to run on until! nth trouble somo raw food, ct nil it becones troublesome. Sold by Penotl ,,alent8 naVo cooked food and r.y's Drug Btoro. r1W 50 Men's Suits TUESDAY, JANUARY 31tt, 1911 ..l rr.;i.ri r i,.tI.. cut-ou- Onp XaT J A nr Twn nf a VA V Jk f rf TCnnrkK"inH. THp.nl AJhiaVVll A A 9 a sj kft W f about or worK buits. V 4 m . . .... Original Price $10 to $20. See - them in our show window at - -- mt-wn- '' $5 for Choice Spot Cash. It's just like finding them. Better get one quick. o o o o o o o Hi a oth-the- ,' execu-(lUchfiol- d o o o o o o o o ft H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. qh& 0 o 0 o i -- '"k ,..,..,. oooooooooeogoect o , m f ,.. , ..,, . .. Fresh Oysters SERVED IN ANY nf-- "St Elmo" H- (INCORPORATED.) BLOOD POISON Cured by the Marvel of the Century HI ! The play the entire country is talking about Neil Tworaey's Dramatization of Augusta J. Evans' H ifiti "St Elmo" The book that has circled the world the only high class version now being presented to the public Endorsed by the public pulpit, and the press. Read the "book "ST. ELMO" see the play. Prices 50c, 75c and $1 Advance sale at Shugars and Tanner opens Jan. 31. Tested for 30 Years. out blood poison In any stage, permanently without deadly mercury, with pure botanical ingrc' dients. To prove It we will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE If you have ulcers, eating sores, Itching, humors, swellings mucus patches, bone pains, offensive pimples, or eruptions, take B. B. B. (Botanic B. B. B. Drives heal All symptoms Blood Balm). anil Vv. Illiiod Ik made mire and rich Completely changing the eutlro body nto a clean, healthy conaiuon, neai- Ing every soro and stopping all aches, pains and Itching curing tne worsi ense of blood polsou. Druggists or by express, II PER LARUE HOTTLK with directions ror uomo cure, bahi FINE PLACE FOR SALE! FREE sl 50c Jar of Brina this coupon (o our Etoto and do as the ad directs. We will then give you absolutely free a full size jar of Palniolivo Cream which we ordinarily sell fo Palmolive Cream We have nreif. ulorsize jarol tho I famous Palmolive, Cream, (or you. It won't cost you a 4AMal Q 2I Jiiy fairiT?. sold within the next thirty days, it goes at a bargain. Contains 80 acres of 'and. has on it two houses one of four rooms and one or tno rooms tobacco barn 30x50 and other build ing ncessaiy, 12 acres ioi cultivating Uio balance In timber, fine water, and fine land in slrjht jot scliool hoaBo and church. This place Is suit able for two families nnd Is a bargln at the price. Uetter come to see me P, K. Brawnw. about IV ,uulcfc. Stanford. K D. No. 3. .. fllMWPSnB 3 ALL To every ono who sends us $1 cent. Cut the coupon Irom the Nov. 50ccash. fc You'll find this cream the most delightful thing ot its kind ever js-su- es ol Good Housekeepmtf.PacificMonihly.Red Book, Woman's Home Companion, Ladies' World, Undo Remus' Mag-rzin- c. Dec. issuesof People's Homo Journal, Delineator, Designer, New Nov. 1 lea. Blue Book, Green Book. lMi Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th f . rdny Evenina Post. Nov. 6th I.msirotcd Sunday Motfazino and Associated Sunday Magazine PENNY'S made. tfc It's en. dtW&im&szre-- t tirely now and n a s all the quality of Pahnolivo Soap, tho queen of all toilet soaps. Look in the magazines for tho Bring it to this ttore. coupon. DR UO STORE. 3 for the 1 J., eltrer cs a new sub sciiber or in renewal, leiore mo 1st of April we will furnish a j year's subscription to the Kon-tucF.nner fioe. Tho Ken 1 tucy Farmer Is a monthly Jour nal devoted to tho and 11 e stock tnteicets ot Ken- tucky ar.d tbo south. If you It to take a good farm paper Swam a chimeo to get ono for nothing. Hotter nurry I I k i EHIiBMltHHB'HBa.E'! FOR RENT OR 8ALE! I uianner to please eon the priat epicure. Mrs. Spltler, u very moJier-ilovorscos womnn the cookln? I will put her for baking pie and As I hae decided to quit farming, light broud against any woman this side of sun down. II. It Spltler tho n physician in charge, has diplomas Thursday February 23 1911 'from bevural colleges of drugless hea' nt 10 o'clock, I will sell my farm of'ing, he recently took a course In 191 miles south-we.acres 2 chlropractlce at Pittsburg, IM in a of Hustonville near the Bradfordsvllle'rlass of Jt students 22 of wlom were pike In Lincoln county, In one of the i n. he Liking first honors, win best neighborhoods In Kentucky nyug fie gohl rad:il. Dr Spltlt-- r This farm is well improved and good was a pupil, and for some time under lind, watered by seven netcr falling the employ of Dr. Hoinnrr Macfaddcn springs, one never falling spring pip- - ot Hnttle Creek Michigan. The Crab ed Into a splendid mule barn "OxSvi'omlard Sanatorium Is one of the Hat fiet furnishing fresh running water te pian. Some of the cures per-a- t all times without having to bt 'rcted here nave been perio lly won pumped, near barn Is corn crib will 'ucrtul, I will only name three Robert r hold SCO barrels of corn, these from near l'alnt LUk Oairard mes are covered with beat grado of COnnty, came- to this place about thtve tin. AUso new tobacco barn 72x91 months nso. ho had had stomach trou will hold 12 acre3, a good brick C DIe for oer three years He had been room dwelling, cistern at door, all treated by home physicians and those mcessary out buildings in good rr.'n tho wt6t. When he came l'ero he pair, nice orchard, fencing complete!. j weighed less than ninety pounds, al now all over farm, all In grass but ?0 most VelctcnA lie was unable to acres, farm will be offered In two'waji; 0nc hundred yards wlthoi-- t 1.3 tracts of near 100 acres each. South stance. Now he welgns 150 pound" tract has tobacco barn, tenant houso ns raiun as ,n ll(p in flia i,0nlth or It. norm tract has dwelling mu.'C heiirt. aIj rou8t. Mr. Hoy Bobbin fiaij) corn cn(b. out bulldogs and cf urwihead. Ky.. ulo h.id .ypholl orchard, and then offered as a wrbqle feCr ani lt 6etuCd la his back w.is Terms easy, made known on d..y "' ttrougbt here on u cot about two sale, same day will Offer stock aflln,0,llU!, ag0 whcn 1)e canlu ,lero nP crops about COO bales of hay. com couW-n- t ialM5 hlmtelf up In bed bit' hous, hecp, 1 sp'cndid Jersey cow by a courge of baths, and massage, h 4 years old. 2 Jersey helfcrg will te hft6 fuy rcc)vcred and looks as w.n fresh in Kpring. 2 mares gentle for ag pver ,n llfe A iftuy from ueorgl i . . , old horse good lady to drive, 1 n,ejCa tlPui been UIlUe worker and good driver. 1 year old ni(jf t or oyer ,on year8i culu, to tl filly, 1 bay horse colt, two Hanatorlum and artcr remaining aboi t waons, 2 buggies 1 binder, 1 mower. tw0 ni0llls ieft a cul0(i woioau slug-harake, disc harrow, cultivator, and JnK (h(J ralses of lne spiuer Sanntor- . plows, 1 tobacco setter, n.wu toDacco hae here tho ,mesl lrul sticks other things too numerous to eU nurjjeg lQ be founil. ono or W0III mentlon, shares or nusionviue leie- - Is an English girl Miss Dolo Cnpe phono stock. land, can swim like a fish, sing llko Possession of farm given March J, a lark, and when It com to massage ll'll. For any information call on mo. ,h la Dosle on tho spot. Anono Ue N. W. PIPES. siring Inlormatlon wrllo for litciaturc I Hustonville, Ky. Dr II. R. Snltler and handsome wiro. nf Crab Orchard, took In the Gnlvanl performance at the opera house Saturday night. I Mrs. Marv Williams wag on lust Monday taken to tho good Sa mnrltan Hospital, In Cincinnati whore her children and local physicians ,SelIs itself wherever hope she can find some relief from introduced. Imitators her Intense suffering. Sho had to be the earnest on a It have tried to imitate, tnken of tlo cot nnd thatIs she may ro pcoplo wish and substitution has turn In splendid health. Dr A (1 Lovell, Mr. O. C. Williams and .Mrs. been attempted. Cleo Brown accompanied Mrs. v once GOWANS always Hams to the hospital. Judge and Mrs Gowans for Inflammation Williams preceded tho day before to and congestion. pake all arrangements for the torn-InIt gives us to recomTwo Cincinnati specialists conmend llowana Preparation fur ferred with Dr. Lovell ns to thu hisInll.iiiuuuttoii. especially of the tory of the cane and will trout her throat nml chest. We hnxesulil Uowauh I'irpiinttlnti for mnny '.hllo sho Is In Cincinnati Mt. Verarn nnd never hud a rowplnlnt. non Signal. Public Sale and Rental I I STYLE. THE PEST nML IM TOWii HT Corson's Mf. ' - 1W 1 stP$J 2 it . A. Rcslauront. CARSON, Prop. STIRRINQ TIMES. We Want build-'Arche- - Bring us your Poultry, estimate. Eggs, Wool, Hides, Furs, J. A ALLEN, Ginseng, Feathers, Etc. Produce PHONE 153. I I we are having In ttie building line. We carry a full line, of lime, piaster, cement nnd everything else needed Kverjthlnc purchased tor building. hero will bo found of the best quail' ty and the best for Intended purposes. We will save you trotiblo aod unoocw tary expense by sending to u for an Stanford, Ky. H. B. Norihcoit. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. CONCRETING We r lo po.ltlon toio nil kind, ot cod. at rrvllnf. inchwe llluck Work. I'avxincntr Dd. Id fct, any thing from r ran mi bODtednwo to fane We ran orr yoa promptly and uoranW-nrt-clawork and ruaUrtal Call and (rt oar prleot txlora yoa tuy your material at laatt a it er ik PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! 1 ean tiirnltn tliv public with the wll at lha frvtliMtl otrm flower., plantt o( all klnili, tmll). iHiliaa fuwrn, on ihor notlex Alto niako a ot wrratb Cor for lunrral iurXr. In conui-otlowith Ihn almvv, I bar at klnittro(Tiiirlatilion band al rrautnablt y ii prtct. NO UHHIHTMANOHKKN IIOUHKM. King of Externals GOWANS sun'-y- t SYMPATHY FOR THE FtlDEP. .Ky or driver who buys poor harness Is When honestly made ard i.ecosnary. Fall And Winter guaranteed harness can be bought hero so reasonably It Is a man's own fault If be takes the risk of buying My new fall ana winter samples am from a mall order catalogue. Profit by others' experience and buy your now ready for your Inspection. Thcp harness nt borne. comprise the best on tbe market I C. MoCLARY, Stanford. ran suit any one as to price who hat bis clcthoa made to order. A suit made to your measure. Is proferablt to ready made clothes To bavt thorn uirulo to mqniture doesn't na any moro than ready mad when quality and fit i trwi ixjrur In and lot m hmi mtuurn II. U. Xtapiay ta iToctlcnt I'alloi I Suitings J T ui JfL,Beazley&CoM && Wf?i mX But .7Ptt 9 4l. Trt plc-vmr- e UUHLISGTOS UllUU CO.. Uur ling tun, A. I C My place at Mlltedgevlilo containing about JO acres, four for tobacco b.U-ance In small grain or rorn: ccmI tobne-vbarn on lt. 1 e BUYTO-DAY- HAVE IT IN THE HOME AllUrvttUla COWAN MEDICAL $1. SO. 2.'. CO.. DURHAM, N. C. THOUGH YOU ESCAPE WITH YOUR LIFE. If tire occur, at your place, you whl not llm! it sweet If the flalue leave you ponnilcss. All your reniHlnliiK ilavs will he filled with I egret that you hmln't taken out Insuruiu'o hIhii vn.i eoulil. Kim 1m IiikI nu HLmv In greutest danger from influena w,nllen The t0 X011 a H an.il0jv olio. Ho or Its resulting in pneumonia. This la can bo obviated by using Chamber- - wine nnd have us Insure you l.im's Cough Hemedy, as it not only Then liro will not spell ruin for yo, ..?;:. .'j, ' . -- . -- i twv ri : ki an j.is. v idoa. j tja, mi ir. .aar-- 5 Z OWSLEY, cures Inflenra but contracts any tond- ency cf the disease towaros pneuSold by Penny's Drug Store. monia w c prou Undertakers and Embalm 1bo Dealers In Fur in. niture, Mattingo.Rugs. Thoj will exebango Furniture (or all Kinds of Stock, Givr ThtmaCII. Price, Hiifht r. --vVi3 1 8TANF0R0, KY. PHONE 2005TlNPORl) . HEhTUCKV i "jftf js i s$t 4 - ""w tttFH TUESDAY, JANUARY 31H, 1911 niK tpeilM irmnuin pen lor ihon um cent, II nd I.2S lit Penny t Pri.c titore 16 STANPOKM KENTUCKY INTERIOR JUUKNAU. :i PERSONALS. wont up to land Jr., a on biiBliicvs. Jr., was In wa In I By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Life is the most critical period of a woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time W H. Bmbry Friday. Thou. I). New vlllc iait wook J 8. Inst vcek. j W. 8 Klttti j lxlnittoi In Unit 0lev, l,oulvllle GOLDS BREED CATARRH Her Terrible Experience Shows How Pcruna Should Be in Every Home to Prevent Colds. 1311 Egg; Take Tunble. DOTIOM DROPS OUT OF MARKET IN EAST lllchmonl on The Change of invites disease. Women everywhere should remember that there is no other remedy known to medicine that will so successfully earn women through this trying period as Lydia h. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs. ere is proof: Xntlck, 3Ihh., "I cunnnt CTpront wlmt I wont tliruiiKli tlurlnir tlm C'Iiiiiik" of Ufa lirforo I tried lAillii K. IMiilelinin' VoRotnliln Ceini- poiuirt. I wiim In mull u nervous eimillllon I Iff 7 Jr ceuiM not koop Mill. My HiiiIh won rnlil. I had oroopy mmimhIIoiis mid oonld not nloop nlutitH. I was llimlly told ly two plijllan.s '" iir-5that I luid a tiniior. ' " I rond one day of tlio v.ondorful ouros ntiulo rmmimmx liv I.villii i:.tol'lnklmnrn Vecetiililei Coiiipound mo w try It, mid It MFW mi nnd dooldod nclKlilxir nndlins miido uooinrooil it, friend woman. My imf. t oRotjiliIo linn worked a miracle for mo. Ljdla V.. I'liiklinnrH Compound U worth I(h woiclit In trolel for women during tlilt period of life. If It will help others you may puhllnh this Xo.Mnlii8U,Natlek,MnsH. letter." Mw. Nullum IJ. Grenton, mn 11 il S. Among National Banks is Composed Of Only Those Whose Surplus And ! The Lincoln County National Bank is One of These. Capital $100,000 T- - I ton IIi)d Morrow, c'ltj Attorney (d Mrs. Wo. i:. McAfee, ol Lincoln uo- Win Ay Sniuorset, and Miis Florence Sleeker Mr county, Is the. pucst of The irospcct ror Ilk couilti ; h.u-i..hi.,. ,,..r....t.. ers. Ilnorlllp Sun. stood the test for years. (.eason sire line. This school t the Chirk s fifllce In SiMiierset, item Mrx. T. W rennlnKton has return-n- l material for a good ball team Vegetahlo n to Covington, and were tnuirlotl bv Iik the For.'JO rears I.ydla 1 Plnklinni'sremedy nftor a vlult to Mrs. Rod inn and with tho support or tho patron? Compound has been tho standard for lie. Gllbeit Class. at llnrrndsbur. Is little doubt but female Ilia. No Hick woman does Justlco to Mr Morrow Is pioiiiiiifiii imm nt , and pupils, there The maiiT trlord or Mr Illohnn) liericlf who will not try this famous incdlciue. tornuy, al the Sowvie-- i Lir. a son of l that Stanford will win trc h!;u exclusively from roots and lierlw, nnd h Ir Sladr to kirnh. lletsr will scl'ool pennant of the state Several lint thousands of cures to Its credit. Meriveilnp Iwm mi t:ct of Mines Judfcu T. 7. Mortow, n brother to gnmug navo airoauy ueen beiieuiiieu rinklinui invites all hick women Kdwlu P MoiroA, wim wa reventl " iu ' if sewfwl widish and SprlnBrleld are Ic to write her for advice. Sho has nimolntnl Uiftilct llmrnn for Hie . drive out to town Snturdw. gultlod thousands to health free of charge. '' "l! "rst vlctim,-i- . ." AddrohH ."Mrs. I'liikham, Ijjnii, Msins. Mi II M. Moon- of llmo'H enntv. Vbftom Dlstnet of K. ilueky. and Mr K''a"l lli,"1 r,f '" Sl'"i0r t liny rtiewls .n Sam. ami Pulaski n,cm VHneilv wlih hlf left vestcrdny for the plain-an- d r ciNiPty. MIM in a beautifi.1 Tar'-niecMr J. S. Moore and niece, Mi Kd Intends to "rouplv of OMnhuim, accomplished yuuiiR lady, and has, Panvlllo Aihocale. the " resular eowboj fashion many ftlouds In thlh Mr. ami Mrs Juiumi Yowull have ,l.ext ,w years. ii,.,,!.ii,v,,. twir roiurnml from their bridal When the school be.II doth toll. ttiKHiEli Florida nnd Mill maka their W. W. Whlto move I his furniture And the teacher's fury I see home M IlustonvlIIe. Tho nr now und Ceiiuing to frlKht this sinurl sou' stock of stood U liU farm in J.ivh with Mr. and ctinmiin? .1 country Inst week. Sweet spirit comfort me. Fourth he Mrs. .Mitchell Taylor on South Next Wednesday Is grounil hog day stre,l in DanMlle. Lout tiold t'Psl ring with In tials The soniors have petitionee! Prof. Ire Ile. It. It. Noel m f h brat F. P. T.'. newaid for let m to land for a holiday then NX known nansollst In (Vntral Kentucy, Mrs. Ham P. Trnylor The success of some of the S. II. S has been suendlnc leveial 'lays with THERE ARE FIVE IN KENTUCKY. "alumni" In higher Institutions or Mr Noel Is imo illi lelatlvo. Let the Intunor .loainal order your Raining Is shown b tho excellent crkors In th Ilnfttlit Indies' Homo Journal or Saturday of the bot avpiats thu reeehed duriiiK the ministry nml has dono i vnut nmoiint livening rest, so send In your renewal term just ended. Mr. leorge . Hop-p-r vliioyni-l.-r.aol ociI In his Master Wo cau save you money. of Central ITnlver&uy obtnlned an rule MefPcnKor. nvoiagc of VA, the bctt out of a class Mrs. J. C. McClary or Stanford", Tho Interior lournal can net yon of Mi. Thos. Ilrlght n member Ky nhed Satuiday on a vlbit to JJio dally CourlepJournal for olfiht or th!rt. ten. now of tho t'uiverslty ol clash First in Stanford nnd Lincoln; Fifth in State of Kentucky, ler bon. It C Saullej Mrs Jlct lair months for t'2. This is a rare chance Vliginlu pained second honors In a Is delighted with flno climate hero to get tbo biggest Ually In the stato nu.cli larger lass. The work of both and sajs that next winter liereeK and nt a bargain rate, and It on't last those oiing men, v.is highly praised husband will take up her perminont long. All the b the profesbor In charge lesldciico In 1'arker. rarKer Arizona cradunte.s Iroin this hchool re)r the PosL It jou are sufiering from bilious- - last live years are either class lead mvm .1 H ltlco left S.Uurc'Hv for a r.ess, constipation, indigestion, chronrapid weeks' sllt to r mother, ic hondache, Invest one cent Into a era in higher Institutions, or are lv pivsslng on to the fiont In ilielr STANFORD. KENTUCKY City. Iro. (iarnett at Cave postal card, send to Chamberlain's ilioscn This should beU at home ORGANIZED IN J 882. Mla Sotlo ror Midiclne Company, Pes Moines, Iowa, an incentive to eveiy pupil to do Tilth the P K-- D. Institute nt Diinviue. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. with jour name and address plainly a short lslt. fill voik SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. l.opan aim Mr on tho back, and they will forward Mr. nnd Mrr. D. Kxaiiiinatlon for entrance lo nihil HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 and Mrs. Hen HrlKht, of D.invllle. at you a free sample of Chamberlain's ( school wcie Held by Snuirc" Single Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety tended the burial ol Mr. HM'ev Stomach and Liver tntilete, bold oy We Solicit Your Account. ton last Friday. Dcpotit Boxei for Ue of our Customers. Penny's Drug; Store. Miss Tevls Shelby, of Arcadia, Shcl-bTho basKet ball team has disbandeil of her sister, City. I" th sue-for tho season. OIRECTOPK. OFFICER. Mrs. I M. McItobeitB. lieio will be an open session of P. K Hankln, of Marcellus Is back F Iteid J. II. Daughroan, :. Hocker, President, the floruiloii and musical departments from Odessadalc, Ca.. hcre he took M O Klciore. J. M I'ettui. several enr loads of mules for the In thi school chapel on Wednesday S. T.IIUrrit, H. C. tltughman, J F. Cummins, southern market. cordlftllyl lVbiuaiy Ji. The public H. C. Baugnman, Cashier. Fayette. Wilkinson Is visiting' S. T. Harrh, no. C. Robinson, Mr Invited to attend. .. W. YT. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper j , 2rt;Rt2 st Hichtuond. Wlicii you feci that you h.. i?..t :: Murphy jolinh. NTvlus of Lebanon Junction J. it lUrrls, can lurdly drag through G. R. Coleman. EuWU innie up vestenlav to be Ul h's Kor Sale- .- t IH aero lot on .Main your daily work, and are mother, Mrs. Mattlc Kevin and tired, discouraged Street, has barn and all outbuilding.' Mr. and Mrs. J K HaiiRhmau. of miserable, take Cardui, lllistonvllle. were suests of relatives Iteaulirul hiillding sito for residence here Sunday. the woman's tonic or Hustop-vViStanford Real Estate (400. MUi Pndle ItauRhinnn. Cardui is prepared for will leave In n few (lavs to STANFORD, KY. the purpose of helping sut-nthe remainder nl the winto-wit- h women to regain .their her sister Mrs Smith IVnnv In St loe Mo. strength and health. or Un Mr I 11 McAllbter, 150,000 Not by doping with CAPITAL STOCK Mlrs Is tho Kiiest of relatives in Dar strong drugs, but by the Officers: vlllo .'nd will be In Slanrc.Kt th' week . . . . gentle, tonic action, of . M of W. L. McCarty. nnd Mr? L. A Koii-iPresident spent Sunday with Mr nnd pure vegetable herbs. O. L. Penny, J. S. Rice, J. O. Eads Vice Presidents ldrldce, Mrs 1! J. W. Hutcheson . 0 56 Cashier Judpe W. K. Vnrnon of C. Hays Foster N. Is back nt his old liotim for a Assistant Cashier . fjvv day on IkSii.m tiuI hIijUii. 3. A. Phillips r lnvldua 'uands w'th this mnnv MIsp ri'ireiiee TmehMn. is 'n Hunt Take I lv li w.i, Infcton Va., WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. tho death or her niece. Mis Irie heart Taylor, n lovely vouiu inatin who leaves n luiabniid nml tw. iltll" AXOTilKIl SIMIliAU Cornwallvllle, X. Y. "I lmvo heen tnkliiR I.villu i:. IMrikliiiiu'n Vojrotahlii Compound for Millie time for Chungo of Life, tier outness, and n tllirold tr row til. "Two doctors ndvlncd inc to go to the hospital, hut one day while I wasnway visiting, I met n womnti who told mo to take Lydln li f UiXu nk. rinkhniu's Vegctahlc Compound. luldsonuu IL air helned in Wonderfully. I am cry know It iiimtfnl Hint I was (old to try I.xlln I! VC ) vJI rinkham's Vegetahlo Compound." JUrs. Win. Houghton, Cormvalh lllc, X. V., Greetic Co. The makers of Lydi.i H. Pinkham's Vegetable Conv pound have thousands cf tveh letters as those above they tell the truth, else they could n jt have been obtained it has for hive or money This medicine i3lio stranger CASK. fHk. iF3 . H .. I mtimm J. T. (looerfi. of Cleveland OI'Ij, I rmtt of A. C. Alford nml fnM"lj. Mm. J. 8. Youkey and Mm llvnn Creakc have returned home nflr n ulster Mis. F. .1. rnmme. visit to retmnrd Alius Mary Tamtno from u vlult to Winchester. Dr. IJ. I. llrown lia about recovci- blood polron- Jed Iroin a Might tench ln(? which he lias mircred with In h s right hand for sovcral day. Airs. Charles Harvlellc nrrlved from IMrIi too lut, in sen her niothrr, Mrs. Stcelo Unlley before her death early Friday morning. Tlit Wnrron (lrlKb Chapter ol fir IT. I). (!. will moct Tuesday with Mrs. T. W. "cnniiir noon at ton. J. T. (Jooch. of Cumberland, O. I" at homo on a visit to lilt. p.uenl Mr and Mrs. T. W. CSoocli. Mr. I.ayetto Martin, of SprlngrHd was tho Biicst of Miss Klfle l)re or. Sunday. Mm. Heltle Uainrtlc Is Uniting friends In tho Vet Knd. Charles Itlce, of Livingston has be-the Riitdt of Henry nnd John Fields at tholr home on the Somemct pike il. U Ctftiker, of KwixvHIo. whs hoic with M. A. Johrnon Thuisilay. Mrs. Sue Yeager lias been upend ar. a few ilayg with Mrs. DoliHi lllc.-li- t bimlnos Friday. the ulr Jim. C S. Sage r s c r, Wood- ls i' writes. I feel It a duty to you nnd to mny bo nf fllclcd llko myself, to speak land Ave., K a n s as .Mo., City, The fgjs end butter market uiok a nlr tuti.ble lust week, and locnl com mUslon men havo srrntcLcd all ni.ot-iprice lor the Umo bein.t- - Krr r.uiie to l.'t cents a dozen Iroin 'i' ihlle Imitir "i' t Id and 11 These irrts a pouniJ fioni I" i ,cl. ehnngis are tald to hive boio ut the ma t, i'fil bj the condti'-'- ii t n the cant. 7 Koyoramtnt Is find ti have ordered ot.t of slor.iRe ep.a whlih hu been In .'oM keepnij: n uteial csr n.ii'or i'- proM"n .tnd V.t has ' il iur" hio'l ' qiciiiPtr en market t irown . gctti - !SWW' ". 5. ruRia Wanted: 300 Boys 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 i y , .Ittle oi .Itienml o tlu pruent with hloic- Hie 'emit I'.fi ,.r 1 re!l t ?W-- i A'C others that o i t .nket I, I'll-lia- rftr "My troufl r s t came after la Rr I ppo o I K li t or ivrima for ears e . , fact Uni w h the r is til p,i nl. or mi In ' h"n i'e y i Aii"'i In oii.tt ilrnndy on for t'n ' i.iv ble I nine ago, a hend with-trin- In my Tl'p Adulph Von fitiienlKMi lins homo after a plcaMtit visit to relatives ami Itlcnds nt amU-lllo- . ti'incnn 1,ouIrIIIc. neuralgia. I lUfFercd most all tho My time. ears nose, nnd eyes Mrs. C S. Sagener. were badly affected for the last two years, I think from your uescnrHion or inicrnui warm ini j must have bad that also, I suncreu vcrv severely. "Nothlnrj ever relieved me like Pcruna. U keeps mo from taklnir cold. "With the exception of some deafness I am feeling perfectly cured. I years old. nm forty-si- x "I feel that words are Inadequate to express my praise for Pcruna." I nml m Society i. ft n i .o n' lf rd U'.eiii ih'l i ap . ' Old i ili.i- HIGH SCHOOL NEWS. i lunmiuiitit ..nd Ulerary Scltn i ii ilrrle, i.n orFiinizatlan of F li J lonu, Iwld Mill a te, l.idl.M of tl. I XHrlSKMaflllHHMH' Watere. Ilcporter) Ithn M fl ne ( Mr. mli' churih will ol in t I'li'in .! t 2 o'clock lii th- - le ture Aid lo.-i- , !m 'iifetinc nl thi' , ..vnljr i Ir.me of Miss Anple MeKlnncy Tliurs Ii.j euiilii(f. This circle formed fur ,. o. ., - nmi i"" ,uiiu-.- " , Thr Ih diilnir a cc i voik. inumbers are repilai In attendance and faithful work Is being lonc by each one. Wallace SuiRleton was sent to the Atlilelic convention oi l.exlnmon Sal unlay, January 2K as a reprehentatlv of the S II. S. uthletlc nssociaUon. Lester O'llannon was tlectU ai-min nr the cvmnasfiim team, hi u meellni; of the hioinbers last Wednes - .,,, .,., To Wear 300 Suits 1 We Are Now ! Selling At I r I Half Price. I Wf . iir.nJ - Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KY. STORE IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER &. Kei-nfi- pll MCMr. '' i i - M MARX CLOTHES lnith, s.-- The Roll of Honor ,woo. crty.-Somcr- set,!t" fr I I f.-- Profits Equals the Capital Stock J u st Received j A lot of Oliver Plows and Eepaars. U uV lui Surplus $100,000 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, seral h-- Ali-or- piofe-sslon- u r , W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY 3ut-urda- v i J ' fl 1 S HUH hes T. V. Humble W. O. Marti BoWPr.c. Jr WHITE SOODS --I STATE BANK & TRUST CO., e i 1 .!, s We have just received a beautiful ' " ' 1 line of Flaxons, Dimities, Nainsooks, I nnrr PMnllV in fnrh vnn nnvf-hinr- Book-keepe- ... I ....... t'. t I want in white goods, at Right Prices. Our Spring Ginghams are also handle only goods of qualjty and prices. com- wl-n- ol. I The Woman's Tonic Mrs. L N. Nicholson, Mo., writes: of Shook, J. C. McClary, tti li A A Unticrcaker anti Embama STANFORD, I'licne 167 KY-Olttce A.lolph llfMlncr, n promlnenl vouni; FARM""FdRSA'i:ET peilibor-hool- . tho I I will sell publicly to the holiest rarmer, or Miss Shelby Cltv MngRie I.tinsfrrd. the titul blddet at 10 a. in., on attractive diuiRhter of (ieorpe l.uns ford, vtcro married In Danville Mot Wednesday, Feb. 1 Ml They have tho lift v nice little place consisting of u day morning. many friends ullage and elKtH anes or laud ni wihhtiv of Ml Anna l Mcllnbnits ente'ti1" Halls (lap, bx miles south of Stan od on Saturday evening with a beau ford, four mllofl from Ultonholiu, on llful lmu'hron In honor of her Jttli lUKouhelm road, about tlueo Innidic--J btrtluliiv Abirit ten of her into u yalds from omerbot pike Kino oroh-aid- , joyivl tho hospltulitv vlu' this vouiif. ol on place houiohold and kitchen U'liaimlnu hostess The loiwlr ftiinlturc. Will aUo soil a lilco lot of vere piesent Misses hullio Mills nu' Co.. J chil'litn. BETSY'S POINTERSt- who gets ncvou over a little artnoyauce Is Daubing a bunrli of trouble for tho morrow, Moll) und I agree, after vvlda Investl nation, that the best place tn town io j!'t groieilen is ut Coffev anJ t'010' man It tickle's us to deliver at your homes our palatublo table good be-- e uisc we know thoyll tleki. rjur A woman - ing in. Band trimmings to match. We guar-ant- ee r !odder.2m..kcri2hoS.. I Homo l'boue 35 D. DeDORDE, Yayiiesburg K P No I J. pxtou. Jounhino faipentei, V nam IKr'i.Xar began to take was unable to have do any work. taken 5 bottles and have improved very much. I can do the most of my housework now. "I can't say too much for Cardui, it has done so much for me." Your druggist sells Car dui. Oct a bottle today. "Before Cardui, I I 1 HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., pa u,c,COFFEy & COLEMAN, I Phone 196. Premt Dsllvery. L Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes STANFORD, KENTUCKY J M1-- 1 t- - - , . .JJJU1J1 ..-I'AUK KO vjftr ""' !! netMnMWmIHM THE STANFORD. KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL TUESDAY, JANUAnY 31st, 1911 -- . Below Cost i BEST MAKE MEN'S SUITS BOYS' OVERCOATS For Only Thirty Days. Come early and get picked goods. Now is your last and only chance to get what you want for little money. Everything in the house AT AND BELOW COST! $25.00 Suits at - - - $17.98 22.50 Suits at - - - 16.48 13.98 20.00 Suits at - 12.98 18.00 Suits at - 15.80 Suits at - - 12.50 Suits at - - - 7.98 10.00 Suits at - - - - 6.48 We have 200 odds and end which sold from $5 to $15. All go now at 3.48 BOYS' KNEE SUITS $10.00"Suits at - - $6.98 - 5.48 7.50 Suits at - 4 48 6 50 Suits at - 3.78 5 00 Suits at 2 78 Suits at 4 oo - - 2.48 3.50 Suits at We have One Hundred of these in broken lots to be sold from $2 to $7.50 1.98 Go now at 9-98 AMERICAN FENCE 'IflK'tfiHIr ' f Williiiiiiii liiii H Tickets en sale February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 aa Goad SPECIAL REDUCED FARES turning ontll March Uth, 1911, with FrlrlUrf STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS OH AMY TICKET ACEHT. OR WHITE QUEEH NEW ORLEANS tm MOBILE Mnnni O o c ivmnui vinwg 27 of Kitsailon & CRESCENT ROUTE. , J ' FOfl IUIL PARTICULARS, CAU II. C. KINO. 101 w. A. firCKIXR. C .nla Srett. Uilntlon. K. tnttH Bulktlai. Claclnmll. O. iJH wSSBiaiafliH $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 OLIVER 3.98 3.48 3.48 2.98 2.78 PLOWS The Oliver Plow Trade for 1910 A sound, substantial, enduring fence, built on principle the clastic hinged-join- t the most scientific, practical and perfect fence principle known it yields to great and sudden pressure but returns again to the original shape, Thoroughly galvanized and protected against weather. A w ODD PANTS, OF NEWEST DESIGN. $6.oo Pants 5.oo Pants 4.oo Pants 3.5o Pants 3.oo Pants 2.5o Pants at - at at - at $498 3.78 - at at - - 2.98 2.48 - 2.15 - 1.98 - was larger than any previous year. Another New Stock for 1911 has just arrived. BUY THE BEST -1.48 RUBBERS Solid With Buckle and Cloth 2.oo Pants'at W. H. Higgins. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. m Top $2.25 Rubbers at 2.00 Rubbers 1 : $191 MEN'S OVERCOATS ft $22.50 Overcoats at $14.98 2o oo Overcoats at 12.98 8.48 15 oo Overcoats at 7.98 12 5o Overcoats at lo oo Overcoats at 5.98 Some in Rainproof with Presto collaJ. It is New SHOES In Patent, Vici Gun Metal Calf and Tan at : : 1 79 Rubbers at : : 98 SEE THEM. DEALERS EVERYWHERE. 83 l.oo Rubbers : : : 64 75c Rubbers at : 39 50c Rubbers at : : CO, & CORDUROY PANTS SAN FRANCISCO DENVER NEW YOflK CHICAGO $4 00 Pants at : : : 2 98 3.5o Pants at : : 2 68 2 34 3.oo Pants at 1 z : 1.48 There's a great demand for, this fence and pi ices will be higher later, so crdcr Early. 2 oo Pants at HATS John R. Stetson. 50 AMERICAN STEEL WIRE A Look Means A Purchase s M Just a few ladies' cloak and mens' overcoats left which will sell at some price. We positively do not carry gooes from one season to another. m .v $4.oo Shoes 4 now Shoes now 3.5o 3.oo Shoes now 2.5o Shoes now 2.oo Shoes now $4 00 Hats at : 3 50 Hat at $339 3 00 Hat at : - 2.98 2 50 Hat at 234 2 00 Hat at : . 1.98 1 50 Hat at 1.68 1 00 Hat at : : : 2 78 : 2 15 I 1 298'I 98 48 q I Geo. H. Farris, Sole Agent, J Stanford. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. s THE FARMERS Wo For Sale - Pair II of beav) D. drait No. . liae J 1st recvlved a cm load of miles , ..,,,,,. J Jackson, It. Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. ME FOR PRICES WRITE ON HIGH GRADE it HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. WILLIAM A. BURNETT, LOUI8VILLE, KY BOURBON STOCK YARDS. Established 1901. Kontucky Agoucy for Owl Brand. I COTTON SEED MEAL 1 We Cordially Invite You To Sell Your Tobacco Over Our Breaks at $15.50. r 6nU - Polled Durham Shorthorn rence on the market The Smr ell. a a price tfiat you will have trouble bulls 10 months ctJ. .Model fonn Carpen-791oequalling anvwhete. fee 11a belore mjj choice breeding. A. 8 tf buy your fence. Junction l'lt ... Aioreland. Ky o Beau or Nunnelley ikh.-,- iu Lumufr uompanv, j. w. uasKey. mft Junction City, Ky 7;jlp t, f j NV , B.irnp ol Tiif,. A. ,, Nutuurst inare. For Salo.--, roe at I ! t ' - cent. . Urndley, Danville, Ky ' Nunnelley & loues bought -- 0 cat- Two wagons for sale cheap, a new to iruiii tJoberts & ll.imiltoii at 112 JStiidebaker and a new Old Hlotory i Jolm C'oolc Stanford, Ky. ' Unrner Price sold to Monte ro' .. or Sale. Half Dorset e ves i and a nice hori-t- " 3 year olds. Hred to imported Shrop- - three mate mules and nmK' lor J.00 suiro nru. Due to lamb Feb. 20. II. W.Oalnes. Senator II. I. Hubble's crack racer For Sale. Haled hay In any nian- - T. 51. Green made 'em all dizzy by a 4t tlty. Mrs. Mattle V Klrby fast mil. he reeled off at Jacksonville For Sal- e- Some nice ycarUns hows. ,ftst w(..k ,,,, rat) tlie Aistanc uU bred tn Clack Berkshire subject to ... n, won by a . register; duo to farrow the Hrst of ' ' A. T. .Nunnelley bought from PerK S. Carpenter. Mt. Salem, J. 5 u-Ky. ilton a nice hone mule tor i:0 For Sale.- - A pair or so or .omin?, A oelonging to a farmer living ,. , " " P. three year old horse mules. In nm K r6hape. Frank Snoonnmose, iov.iand. """ cprxly fitrrowtd tweiityone plgj One oi tho ll'.ter died shortly after Us birth, but the other twenty aro living mid doing well Tne sow Is of orcll nary stock, but she probably hold the v.oild'3 record for tbe largest ncml-e- r of pigs farrowed In ono litter ' Murray Ledger. Three local mule buyers have ship ltd to southern markets mules ai;gre V u oln t A " barn. with H.OOi) pound belonging to Varglt tl tobacco 11 In; six mile east of l.anca-ter- , v.as burned Thursday night The barn U believed to hae been set on fire. The low I aboil J 1.00) w h Insurance of J I, WO lol n D Foster sold two nice t urns (J fox. of Uuyle Ian week Ouo to pair were horse mule and one pair niaro imilea. lie got J$7." lor both pair Tom HamMr Poster also bold t monds a lt hand hor inn e lor iWX A tobacco JiBtl-ncau, Cured Make jour homes modern for your family as n ice, MR. FARMER: residence, anil place yourself in a rx'Uion to get the lalcst market quotation at any time. This can be nccnnilihed by mem. of oui telephone wrvioe which you and your neighbors can get fur a lum that i small compared with the luefita received. Call or addreM our nearest office or write direct to teadquarters, Nashville, Teiiu., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Liue" rate. If you are not at preont enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our line cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Miesissippi, LouiiMiiiia and the Southern wrtiou of Indiana and EAST TEKNESSEKTEL.A TEL. CO. Illihoi. I RURAL TELEPHONES. INrOMrONATKD) Splint 0emuWuummmumxmMimmucmmmim.'Z "-- 1- lenRtl1-February- ,., - ,.. I have used Sloan's Liniment on a fine mare for splint and cured her. ThU makes the third horse I've cured. Have recommended It to my neighbors for thrush and they say it Is fine. I find it the best Liniment I ever used. I keep on hand your Sure Colic Cure for myself and neigh, bon, and I can certainly recom- . 4 MM.., mv..w i. w W.ii.. McDonough, Ga. We Sol You Prices 1 "I o We sold last week over half million pounds in five days nd have sold since January 1st over a million pounds. As usual we topped the market on highest price, $23.2.5 and the best individual average on entire crop 10,000 pounds With seven active, competitive buyers, representing the largest factories in this and foreign countries, makes Danville as good a market as any in the burley With 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;1; vn.riinw to mr olace vour tobacco to the best advantage, tells i the story why we can serve your interest just a little Uont torget the name. than the other fellow. Danville Tobacco Warehouse, INCORPORATED. Walnut Street, Danville, Ky. Free Insurance, Freebtab.es, No Charge for past ten day. Crump und Smith bav Cured Thrush. sold lliteea car loads, twenty seven Mr. R. W. PARiiiii, of Bristol, tu a car, averaging ?:M0, or a total Ind.,R. No., write "I have used ol SDS.tiuO; Lazarus & Patterson, 111 lots of your Liniment for horses and myself. It is the best Liniment in numbering 2S to the car, the world. I cured one of my horses averaging K00. or a total of $78,000; of thrush. Her feet were rotten: F.mllo Truvelstcnd. five uuin the frogs came out ; she laid down 20U I thought she berlng JO to the car. averaging most of the time. would die, but I used the Liniment or u total of $30,000 making a grand as directed and she never lies down total of $207,000, which no Joub in the daytime now," makes Howling Creeu the best mulo market In the Slate of Kentucky. fowling Uieeii Messenger. Duncan Hell, ol Paris is in receipt of an order Irom one customer, for all of the eggs nt $li per setting of 1.1, from nls Chicago Poultry show prize every stable and apdis- OrpliliiRton hens, and al.o would take shouldatbe infirst sign of lameness. plied the all unsold eK hum his other pens, You don t need to rub, it penetrates. at afanc jni Will kill a spavin, 'Ita iniilos ht the Hume Clay sale. curb or splint, re l In Clink, biought fiom it $l"o, n duce wind puffs Tho two year old mules sold and swollen joints, oiu $210 to $250 a pair, the yearling and is a sure and mules fcold at 5fS." each. Frank and speedy remedy for Ulay purchased all tho jearllng fistula, sweeney, Detter(coits. ah m unborn caues were founder and thrush. houiilil l) 5leirt. ItenUk and llobli c All tne hogs sold for $l'Jt, or 9 Price, 60c. and St. 00 n pound. The sheep brouxlit $$ per Hlotn'. booh on mid the lurnlture brought good hor.et, entile, head ml piiultry ..lit ' pi Ices. (r.a. Ailitr.M xa, J. 1. ilutcliin pmchajed a car lad Dr. Earl S. Sloan, ot lat hojfj trm J C Iloblnson, of Bo. too, Mim., U.S.A. ejterdny at $7 50 per Crab Orclmtd, Rejections, hundred. Dan ill Advocate car-toadcar-lod- s c PO SLOANS LINIMENT Tobacco Sales of tobacco latt week over our floors amounted to nearly half a million pounds, a new high record for Danville, and all wagons coming to us were kept in shelter and all horses well housed. Prices keep up to satisfactory level. Sales ore made daily, except Saturday, at prices which please our customers. Abundant free shed and stable room for all wagons and horses which may come. 1 1 Jt UL Peoples' iMIttlt'tfll I Tobacco Warehouse Co., INCORFORETED, fl'Mta-lll- .hp 'Qjic.uwSv rVR t ft Wh. Danville, Ky. II 10oo & m V ;SSS.SSS.SSSSS.SS5.S.S.S.SSSS?SS