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NO 0 STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, 1911 $1 A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE K V X H t ii Indies had been Rome jotm SHORT LOCAL NEWS tho older Smith by Hawaii Haulier, pnte FARMERS' INSTITUTE LINCOLN MAY HAVE NEW OWNERS FOR Hnillli luiil thrown officers off, spending tho early evening nl the uUr FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS tho trull earlier In the evening by tell- - homo of Mr Uout nnd as they stnrieJ HERE NEXT WEEK CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS I LOCALOPTIONELECTION AT '"R that he did not know whero she homo, someone held n lnmi on the T. D. NEWLAND. lind cuiie. and that Ms two boys wcn! north to light their way down the REPORT THAT PETITION WILL BE that sho hnd told niul lilt family that! hill, and thin mny have been tnhen Uy COL. JOE WILLIS AND COL. JOHN INTERESTING PROGRAM TO BE AR Nice lot nf Myers pumps at V K. ROBINSON PURCHASE NOT RANGED COMMISSIONER ''he had troublo with a furniture dent tho ghouls as a lantern of someone Warner's the plumbor nnd tinner FILED FOR VOTE IN APRIL n n ED SUMMER RESORT. RANKIN MAY COME. Stanford, Ky. coming to Investigate nnd decided 61. nviiio over n piano brave of George d. Saunev "them to leave hastily. A colored man , , It was the mi'jesl accident that the Owing to tho tact that In some manRuy Vulenn nnd Olbbs' Farmcrn. News was received here this week Lincoln mny toon go through the firm view was obt.ilnod connecting reported a large drummers wngon, Upened Monday IXigbt. Imperlnl Plow, nil kinds of eras ... . , , . Ilnrrods-burg- . ner tho Statu Department or Agrlcul-tui.. II was with tho i ear covered, coming Into that Col John Robinson, ol Mrs. HarrUon with the affair. "' a ,w- -' PUOB ' " seed, and International Stook, and """ overlooked Lincoln county In the I'oultrv In connectlrn with Col. J. IJ. Danville about that hour. certain plans which, are now under Body Not Molested Tuesday afternoon and Rowan Bnulley town from Food, from Penco Ilro. Willlri, who has o ably managel Crab holding of the County Farmer' In jway, mature soon, a they nre expect thief of Police II. I. t'nrter, SliorUr. Orchaid Sprlngu for so many years. stood talking wllh Jack Uout In front fall, arrangements hav 1...cd ' "Io A meeting ol n number of or V If Hlgglns' store In regard to V. Ij McCnrty, nccom pa tiled by De- II Hi U V..rfl.t UUi - .1... ,fl lilt", nn1-m...i linilVin stltuto last $3 EACH. KtIV LUIIKII. n,:,dc to hold a two days For Sale Turkey gobblers. T A. men who favor the opening of saloons ISSUED MRS. to the nwful nf lair, discovered that tectives Johnson, Daub and Holland of nnd In the future these two popular' bcea WARRANT FOR S"3!' Tho pilce'luto hero next Monday and Tucsdaj, nlco jwas held here a few days ago, but It morning. About the time .Mrs Har- the 1 & N who happened to be here paid wns .will run :i AMANDA HARRISON, WHO not ni'ide V. II The Feb. 6 and 7. Strange and forking- on a case went to tho Spring liiivf for manypublic ti7i, Leghorn and white Ply ,s "ndcMtood that no definite action rison passed In her carriage and Jack yearn been Jolin (J Full TLED TO CASEY. , , , nlar jvvoi jjromlicnt K. Uout remarked "There rocs n woman cemetery and mndu eaietul exiimlnn-Hoby a syndicate In which the . ris i m Pets and lecturer will be here to mouth Rook eggs for sole W. 0. Mont - ',..,.,.,.,. tt. n Hv....U.. ,U, .... aIaai inn of the horse au.l wagon tracks. Hnldemnn eftate ol Umlsvllle woi. to whom I sold a spade last evening." gomery. Morcland. Ky. It I tho reason being trailed 'lie wagon from tho plnie laie hnhlei, nnd Is known as one conduct the Institute anil a nico pio I olio wed up, soon resulted In the Tho A woman ghoul wllh a nrile iiirom-iTIilthat tho eastern sec- ol lho beit iiimmer resorts In the gram will be arranged nvt .Ariri.imlA llntl n ft It A rnnntv e It entered the cemetery nt the west Miuth pllco sought to steal the ody or the unwinding of the whulo mass or The new purchns-r- s will Best companies lowest rate. In',, . 8 cxl'cctd .. t 'hey will meet uvcly famer ,n th coutlty ,8 urK. ern gate to tto point wneiu It slot Hieml a gcMllv sum In George II Sautley rrom Its grave deuce agnlimt her ng son-e- i sure your property today with R. M. again soon and soino positive action rcd near the grnvo, and whero the neoded ImprovemontH nnd will moder-- ! lM' 1,y l,,o State Department to come Newland. In tho lluffnlo cemetery hero some! earlier 8tory of the Affair, horse, pawed up th gravel In the lie the hotels nijd grounds In ninny In Io these meetings tor matte,- or iaKcn. as soon an those who aretime Monday night, and I lie entire I i wavs It i iimlr rslond that In the vital Interest to the farmers wilt be r ," n "" " dilvevny In his eagerness to bo gone deal community has been greatly aroused A little money goei, a long wnyn at lenders of the "dry" forces here learnthe Keelej tights nre also and ,,cforP discussed, mid the most up w" Iroiu the cold wind which whistles ed of the meeting of tho "wets" they ove rtho affair and efforts to miri., and Dr Dick th physician Sam Itoblnsou'H Visit the sale over the hill. The trail then led to who has beu In crnrire or this depnit scientific methods of cultivation or all also did a little meeting, and It Is unher On Tuesday night warrants weio."" """ """' w,,h " '" "" r110""- merit, will remain. This will be good ciops on the farm will bo discussed. Want to borrow $.1,500 secured by. derstood that steps will be taken by . the eahtnrn gale bj which the rig had . . swoi u out for Mrs Amamla S llurrl "' rew-to many who n son charging her llh tho crime, bull um",, ,vtr' a l""r B"a"7 "or" lell The wheel tracks turned to tbo With the Improvementknow the doctor It Is probable that Commissioner of murigagj! on gooa reai estate lor one them towuid a campaign to keep that ,rt ll,l 'I'"' " "metery on )lfl Ul,.rt. r B(nrtlI1B towiiri, uv tla nnnta In linirfn n tntn Col Wll Agriculture M C Hnnkin will run over to three enrs. Box 17 Stanford, Ky in the "dry" column and keep when the officers went to serve the i this Yin. t0 ,ntet " o" X "' saloons out. tonvllle, or Junction City, but after eH nnd" the ground, will be as beautl fpr M, da' and "c .wni,t In Stanford. He ndmlltcd to Howuiil,b' !" 0l,cncU ""I K'aVe "r ,l.,c"rse, ," proceeding a few-- hundred yards, Ihr ful lid modiTii In every particular as ever) larmer in Lincoln county It has neen Just three years since We have plenty of coal at the right hsulley that he had lied to the ofll The sessions will be held In the prico. Jones Uaughman, Moreland, at. Lincoln voted o.it .aloons, and undet 8on r lho ,u,; M ,l 3MUvi' leUcle was turned about and the Il Is pojMble to make them "Ma nnd cers, but dUrlalmtd any knowledge a tic) are known to court house and everyone will be l'.i ' WIIIIh h,ch trackH turned on do. n the hill toward rel,cl,cd ,,,c woo, en .box the King co.il yard. " or the enmo or the woman the law this length of time Is nece He snld nnU , their hundreds of friends, enjoy about At this meeting .1 wekouieil. papeu. she had fled rrom her home enclosed the metallic lined coff n In 8tanrord( whcro th. trnll Wns loit In ns wide an acquaintance ns nnv other .. sary before another election can be Lost Milo hog weight about 'SI' held "n,y to l1e"l,.,the 'u"""1 ot vllIrlc lrack,i bM two j.eople In the country, delegate will be named from Lincoln to ascertain the will of the peo- about live or six miles from town onv',,,c" "" l"f 1l1em,a,1l,r' Reward ''ol Itoli in son one of the new oivnerx county to the State Farmer's Institute bert onfor return to Adolph or re their diabolical j.d, wH compMed ' pie on the question of readmitting on ,hc turnplke Orucnlgnn. the Uaiitlllo pike. Kvery Indication u member of n prominent Mercer J. V. Kbersbaker, representlrg the or tllc saufley h p(n ,he nicmbor them. There Is some talk that a peseem, to point conclusively to il..- - Koolprint. In the sofi sod abeiit he fxir.l'), and for n number or years was was lu speaking of tho article which tition will be Hied for an election li Is Grave and oven In lho moistened dirt famly nnd otncrg are .ncIned tu a prominent farmer nnd buslnes man Ftato department of agriculture guilt of Mrs Uarrlfcon, but there ,h'" 8nr,!lieve tbnt the deed wns planned by He is well nnd farornol) known In here Thursday nn Jaurranged th fol appeared In the Parker, Arizona Post April, but nothing definite can l mystery over the raotlvo which ' ',,lcl1 UBd ",llcn bnck o"t0 His daughter is the wife oi lowing program for tho institute. ! nl ,he worU of which says that J. C McClary and learned about thit. some woman, perhaps demented who Lincoln caused the woman to have eoph'i tould huvo Rol'rt C. Monday February 6th, 9:30 A. M., wire will" make Parker their home ,vatlon was carried on, show beyond may have bcen a Erent aJlnlrPr nf in Parker. Saufley a former boy, now attempted such a deed. Ariz. had a bana ln young Sautley and been anxious to se Meeting called to order by chair-Blai- next winter, Mr McClary say a It muU Rowon Saulley on employ of thU ,,0,"'t ,,,al a Moman ce ot l "orCH """-IcurOwen W. Shugars Director. ) certainly be a mistake as old bis remains for cremation lhu ollJee. and ft brother of the dead man. n"alrBrodhead. ln loD5 ln l,'o cold night, one tied to Invocation. Rev J. U. Jones Ko ftir ai Is too good to leave. Stanford Ha- - taken churge of the search for tb 1(.ut MVe ,ho ..... .. . n . ..... nml Hip nlhpr. urohnblv i . Welcome address, A. U. Florence. In particular. woman. Shu Is known to have ned " i..n... ihnuwn aaiiney uau uui one luve uuaii R DIE8 SUDDENLY IN Rvapouse, W. H Stiange Tliu I a months old baby of Mr. and Raymond Smith, "Itched to n spring wagonstndlng am u ,g untIcritlooa that at the lime towhrd Casey with HERE GOES TO eletllon o'f permanent chlr-" neT ,he sr:,e' i,u Suite, overcoats, odd pants or all nn of u tcnaut on her farm. '" "' cf his death he was engaged to marry Mrs. Levi Dellnny Is very low with it lnin FUNERAL. ...... ...I lh.il lhi flinntk mini Iti IWfl rlCM.I . ... in nthl secretary. kinds at and under cost during snlo " "" joung woman uu & ou pneumonia. for several any and iiignis bsiii-.1- " and or one delegate and Coine now, Sam Robinson. nHllngtoni D. It. Urnvely Is hnvln; and addition II 00, hleciion The Idea that ley nnd Illedsoo Halley, assisted br! "loodhminds Irom Hiutonville Councilman W. K. ttliugars Tuesday u,e grave aud led to H'C J)mfC!,sonj gnou h011gll, lle U)liy built let his already large barn which ono or inoie alternates to attend the Pctectlvu John Meeks, Chkf or IM- - ",0 lra" " lmJ ,,,,:, ' or the young atlornc) ror botne i.icd iv 111 be used Tor a biiRpj ;!iI harness stnte Institute at Mt. Sterling; also me build tlia 'morning received a wire from Indian Let Don't forget lice Caller, Dink Tanner. Hherilt NV. l,Ul'c" wbcMJ """ bor8e" ghoals got n f0,ugc )g 8COUted gcm.r.ll) for it room. I ran 'i apolis telling him of tho sudden death the election of crop reporters for Lin- hniian fnr vnn thin Rnrlnir. I. MtCarty, have hr.n watching the lelhercd. nud where the thflfa f I.I.. h.nlhni. ftn..r. - OUa.n.u """k- -3 ,u, U,tlr vch,r,e" hen Pf1,!lbly car u believed that had any such plan as "'"'"" coln county please you. Will Stone., Contractor! l"wc '" Llder Rogers or Louisville, has been house. oxpcUuig the Smith hoy to r a prominent Insurance company pro- t0 lbc that been under wa, the rIioiiI called to the caro of the Chr.stiau cA awy Jusl bt'l0,e Ku,aB and m in Afternoon Session 1:30 P. M turn so that he could be taken Into dogs went out th cerau .Meeting calle dto order by chairmM not Davc uaUed 80 0Ilg nr,or cnurrii and will prtatli his first sei custody and forced to reveal the bid- - ren.alns. The gars' three sisters, Misses Margaret. man. Bate and down t,he pike a short hu Aealh ln,,ner cforU to Mcuri! Two nice rooms for rent at my relmoil ns pastor Sunday. lug place to which Mrs. Harrlton bun by the dence on Logan avenue. Mrs. J. K Besslo and Lillian and Mrs. J R. Reclaiming worn out land I'Ohtiii.tKti'i- - John RoUbi.ij gave a Thal ,hoy ore ho ca,iIy fled in Case) Rowan Sauflcy went to distance toward Hustonvllle, then Itucker were with him at the time of ,eps and seemcd nl a scored oway when five minutes more splendid dinner last Sunda to qui'" proper use or barn manures and rota- Lynn. llusionvllle en route to Casey late ,raced ther his denth. and Councilman RhnrTar crops. John O. Iilalr, W. H John Reynolds, a bridge carpenter .... Wednesday aud will endeavor to learn 08 t0 proceed further. Marshall "crovork wouI(, naVj( enaWcil tUvm io KUl a number or his friends and relatives tion ot to bfi wl. Ih.m nni, owner r ,be hounds, said they ,Ue body ,g belle,ed by manv. , ,)I0Vt, Tho (Hb!o wag laden wbti lbc bes. Strange, C. il. Tate, I P.. Foster. employed on the Q. & C. was kllledl hei whereaUmts If powbte ,h flinRrfl, n Oiganizatlon or the farmers. W. II near Georgetown ewnesday. and thel n"1 Iralned to troll horses and hn lhty Uoy wero for at tl)0 aud the ,i.irtnkerg will mt so-be arrested She will Immediately Mr o h lo H would i,c u.eiess io b'trange, C. K. Tate. S. M. Owens get his hcipiialUy. J remain were brought to his homo n ghastly game. end Drought to Jail hero, where every unmarrled and waa born anU Cultivation or corn seed selection, King's Mountain and buried with : WiluiOt u.'d .'u.iehter. M "orK . " "l "' .Irs effoit will b mode to make her tell Ganard. Ho hail been u sut John 0. Dlalr. A. W. . I.. ... .Ua lltnAnn. UaIhI vii'.mi An examination of the box and cat .MIs Mutti-li. ve tetuini ; 'loni" ii"'t: toMliig, etc... cca ui. iuu iicoedui i uuiv lininli ferer from stomach trouble for n the nmne ol male companion on l heir . .b v h'i B..v two we-k- . wall xlu,,es In Caipenler. Peler Carter. Thursday, lleynolds was a sou oi midnight visit to the graveyard Early irus iiiiiti w ...Ks nasi STANFORD HONOR ROLL II. Billy lleyuolds and leaves a wife Ke. nntiihi.r nf ve.ir-- hill nn nnfl h.nrl Irnnwn W Ci.Hlv in nm of lobacoo I.ouiMi:t and West Poit Ind day li was learned from dco "m ..Mowed that the outer box had Wed he wa , very bad health or ,m . i(. a mm.iiu i.w .. !.. ..InA hn llOL Utl'll ...........I ."; UJ UIK'IIVU '" Mr ami .Mis. I. T. Cheny visited in Strange, M. S. Uaughman ...I.I. .i .. ,.-.- , was 33 years o fi.go and well Hhecl danger. He was widely kiiowc annoiiueed Mt. Veinou ., ii- - - Krr.itrhen and snllntors on Us edgt-s- , irelund has ...... ..i . ... I'iot J Tuesday February 71", 9:30 A. M., the flist or the week. Dy evoryone. uai- - ine III ii:s kuiih nuu uincii in the Insurance business and had sue ., .... i... i Meeting culle dto order by chair eemed to Indicate that they were en the Honor Roll of the City School Miss Mary Owens of Mt. Vcinon Ihi uhll. cessfully launched a number of pros heavy for the month or January, which visiting ler icmsiu MIs Mattle Ow- - man. l.o't. black and white spotteJ dog' perous companies. other with the noise and vehicle ln deavorlng to get the top oft the j How to Improve the vUie.it ciop whltn ring nround neck. Buck spc'tR 'itcr box when something must have as follows ens at this place. nhlhc .he is believed to have visited I'rlmaiy- - Kaluerlue Bruce. I ninte, m white spots. V J Kenncy. Moie-land- . IT..1.1. .Sutton and wlie have mov John 0 Ulair. John S. uaughman. the graveyard to a Mace of hiding IHghtened them away. The casket 3t Kv., H. D. No. 1 opened at the request of relative llsh, UllznbclL Haley, Adelaide Hieeding and development o( twine. cc. io LouUvllle wheic Mr Sutton Isi High llndge It was thought the w Casey Cousty lesr Tate, or the dead young wan. and It wa tor. Strange. II. II. Crow switching for the Southern. " was endeavoring to catcb a A lull meeting of th tobacco grow-Arnold. Marjorie Ral body was sately within (Jrade profit nnd how lo increase of Lincoln county Is cnlled for IWtO CusuUr M. Hlatt of the CHizeiu tiain tor some city but It seems that xeeii thai the NEWS Feb. Ith at 1:30 o'clock. We VOTE TO CUT OUT-CRinnaikably pool state of preserve lou. Jumes Uaughman. Addison Uell. Rank inform, us that hit. falhei AU-- n them. John G. Rial:. Hen Wearen. she was without funds so started for vyrnt all plecge bool:-- i brought In with FROM MIDDLEBURC. l"n Yoninc Saufley died March 14th. IVarl Umbry. Josephine Uooch, Uffit Hlmt or the Hlatt section has recentlvC. O. Withers. Caey county where she w.u. reared as many signatures at possible The agMculturo bko.ild be taught In cut out proposition should he decided ' nr"'' lengthy Illness of typhoid .Tenkiiih, Mottle Klncnld. tiuy Smit'.i,d biu a telephone In.talled in his iet-- ' nnd whero she ha. relatives. Her-MIcTdleburs. Feb. 2. The death or N fither. the Isabel Wurrtu. Mabel Wilkinson. ou ror Lincoln county, at that tlm dei.ee. ".hi. is quit.- - a convenience He public schools. W. H. Strange Additional clrcumitanccs were learn libers, The Casey tobacco growers at a tnsct en the number of acres signed emln-- nt Judge M. C. S inlley. rollowe.l ruan alls, fowell ",f- J W. Ii eland. & Singleton Wednesday which strengthen the especially lor our banker tor after' ' C. U. Tate. meeting at Liberty somo ten days ago me succeeding August, caused. Oiade II Marguerite MtClure. A'ternoon Session 1:30 P. M, hnvc-chain or evident which lias been ino bu.v uourbOl the day bec-ar Shanks, Fdlth Ilr.gbt. believed, by a broVen heirt eta-ritMeeting called to order bv cuali- gainst cutting out the 1911 by tho Rout- - man) Kd Young, who wM Indicted about lho woman Rural wllh homefnlks. though that a on Tanner, Vie Hose Smilh. Lonlst- Wat achat foipl"1"' " s of his lavorlle mnn VI Dawson who bad no 'iei tb. lots last giand jury on a charge or Merchant W. 11 bowdon v.ho.e le-iUS yeais or l.thel Uieedlove. Joe Url.iuM. IIj dence bullied u shoit time ago -l Vn nir Ilu,lu'Pr " bi"n" niu uui uiiruitiv w Allnlfn and how to g.ovy II In inj, a tbecK on John Jlorton hei Tuesday morning cleaning George Saufley was Just tlced grow tho vveod this year. There Is vey Umbry, William T.Uo. .., I...M.1 nnmhor nt M.i.Miicky W H. Strange. John O. Blair. okuinMi from lil-- i home near High l.er .hoes at the bank or a small age when he died nnd few men In tin no preparation being made ln this Uear.ley. rinmv. u.-,.,. .1,. r).iinlll- - nlke Wed. lnt had brighter prospects tharj be (liade iUnd bul ttas nabbeel by Deputy Sbe- vicinity denre on the same site wheie the' now r to heep nme uoy ou . for a crop and w doubt that . .,,! f..n. - i!n wr one of the most .... . brilliant Carnmei. Sam Craig, Mai) Hill Oar-- other one fctood The stone for th. .i. camo-baciruuBe. i. ... i.... . . "-- ",, " Itr P.tytclds when he any will bo raised here attorneys In thU part or th uan. JmiIo Mocker. Morn Jneksoi.. un and how- - to maintain oi roads lot or wet .pcr which she had used toundatlon I. being gotten out of tho, Henry Thorna, editor of the Casey waa Sophie Saunders. Sadie Warren, W. II. Strange. This paper was covered with the red "tvto and sorrow over hldetth lanmus sand stone on the lain, or O then, John O. BlaJr. I.. I County N'ews. has announced for the Anderson. Wat Dawson. J. P Uiade King's Mountain .vi,i,.i. mm.. frn,.i ih.. iJas- - Mvhnle, XV. MM In universal ti. Painter. republican nomination for the Legison lace Urackett. Alice Rlssdl Kisli. Bal the remttery and is round nowhere An Incident which occurred here Lorn nil limit v.ho has neen In the,1a"ey- Cooper. Vligif lllden win Mlt.3 Anna Padgett returned to he.- - lature and wo are for him "teeth and Committee on nrraiigemenc Uc In this section. Clothes which January Kth. and which was passed Icy Dawes, gooda buslnc.s at Hlatt, till, tn nnll'V ijn wnttM ho nhln tn An XV. I. Kb., had left thnt n.ornlnj; to be rlean- - over at the time ns or little moment, Moore, Rachel Hill. Clem Hill, John for a number ot yenis has sold out Hell. Ditilc Farmer. J. P. Bailey. honu iii Dixon. Tenn . alter a lilc' 0 little .harm as any republican that McKlnney. Heath Sxer.nc Jock by many to throw aomo n-- id S. II. Baughraan. McCurt). eel lv a woman in the country also Is believed block ami baru--l Io visit to relatives and friends here could be sent there Hurrah! for John wen covered with this peculiar kind light on the ntfalr of Monday night Anueito Wearen. tnvoici! ot lho Smilh of Alt Vernon Miss Cora Sims went to Lexington I llenrr. Arnold, Anna V I.nte on the evening mentioned, n Grade of jam! goods l being taken at this writing. Sunt,ay Hubble The. South Kentucky Sunday School Kxamlnatlou showed many tracks ouug woman, dressed In blick and Craig. Leon Davis, Trances Unihry. Mr. Hi.ill does not kuow at preseii Mr. Will Mason drove over fio.,1 Da ,,t WM heW at Ca,va Ada Moble), woman at the window of n sit- - deeply veiled, drove to the cemetciy Nancy K. McKinnoy, oi a whether he wilt leiuain in the county Iincaster Satinday night to see aunday. The chlirch lait 8aturdar leturu-emid uniting an nsHhtnnt there, Hugh Anna R Powell, Belle Russell Clai-le- or go some wheie else nnd buy .1 Jumes McWeehnle and wire ling icxnu at the homo of Rowan Saur meeting Will bo wit, tbo Bap-Slnuo the vl.lt of the veiled Voiing. Hsked hlin where tho grave cf tnco SUigleton, tiora Cincinnati' Saturday wherei i iva jcuiea uiiu wimio UVUVUI..I. .. . . . . V.AA inrni. .......... .i . . Jesse oinsr, Si. tr1B iisl cniircn nero Anr. zm. anu au. Orado VI Clinton Clleman. wceKs i.eorge Mauney vvaa located, and wnat -tomeicrr " lew " " Dr W. P. Carter l,u. bought of Mis, Ca!"aS Bt " I ,lu' Wood was arres ed a few day, of Urn Hockcr, Maurice Tucker, Joe T. nln's la., b.thdaV w mid ho and the tsietaker I tiia the titather or the dead man gee two pretty B,rls Mniy Anderson her faim or 12S ncrea Robert out bv one L. 0. Hubble is ou the tobacco mar , niude itequent nlj?htl) visits to remetcry charge to take up the body bry, Hurtwell Shanks, Maisy Crimea, lying just .outh of town pa) lug LmU and wlwerc the guest wUh cut-lo- r Jean her. She said tUat shb had com Xelile Hill, Lettle McKlnuey, vvomnn desired to cop of lobac 0, hU rather, Mr. j0?n Yeacll, Satur. JJU i li iv grove nnd Ike It. Dr. Carters parents who now tet this week .Ith M. Colema land. and was In a hurry Paxtou. nilstv heieU that he was safely at u long distance aay nigni. iy., win move io cuu w. 'His trial Is set for Saturday the tth. Orado VII Maude Arnold, Prescolt re.iue at liiatz, told her to see the caretaker.l I nine beloie venturing upon her gotil- - Young I, also taking nis George Rankin s,Xi3S03 Daisy Sims nnd Aria Leach fnru In a short lime. The lurm is n at Yosemlte. Stamp Turpln. but It seemed that sho Brown, Ulla Kichenberger. Ressle, good one but somewhu run down but crop to Danvillo this week. I ii mission that night. W0M tlie guests ot Miss Mary Nash. nearby but Moore. James Trlbble, Ktfle Ware, I ' ThuMday nIgUt to solve tho motive for the did not go the residence Klnnalrd Bourno boueL a P imiu with .ome Improvement can be made m Andrew Johnson wtll assist the iltid have io far proved'rutlle. It Is bitched her horse to the tencu and Orade VIII Mnry Shepherd Cook, onu iiiiious the best In Ibis part or the mules in Je.sanilne county, diun Mn Maggl0 Horton. or Kiiliank.'pastor Rcv K noborts. or t.'ie soon afterwards seen prone on Sallle Mills Craig, Kittle Jones, Annie Hat once In tho clutchei of was thu Prl-visIthiK Miss Ella Leach last rreacbersvlllo Methodist churbc In a was weep- - Davis McHoberts, Mnry Jloore Raney, couuiy. revival raeetlng thero beginning Sun- il.c i.isv lbc woman will confess and the grass near Saufley'a giave, T. c. Runkin cumo Itouio Irom Dan- k ,. ...... .. .. ..i, .. loiter she was scan c'riv Vrmi Rout. Mayme Blngleton. . -- . "" v u,,nw , Mrs. JOCK raugeil 18 very ..... .i dav. Fob. 5th. .nnd flastlntr ,7- tbe., ISth pi..lu eveiylhlng. It was known that lug bltterl ' - to w sua 'o OOCTOR PRAISES D. D. D. in n iaiivuie. hTesnman itoocrt uarier. ' iit'v. .ifiiuiHiin f thA itiiiiirr rvaa qii,-- -ui Mi a great ndmlier or the late Ins out the plko toward .. AHltiMiuh .in i 0 I acknowloUece knov wbetuer ue was tobacco hick oi h hnit noAr waynestiuris. iiA Sophomore Harry Relnhait lo niv iiallenli ami pitrniu Mint your not, m tobacco ciop averaged about joiiiig fcaullciy who bad represented Youn-- j described her as a blonde. Mr ,olm i0Uert8 is nt homo after Johnson. Ho has trnvcled In 30 stute. Senior Joseph Hopper temed D D. D reaches oases of Ue- - seven cents. .':i or 21 years tr age. well clreBb. and htld li" revlvnt meetings. HU her In aecurlug a divorce from her about three iears or army inc. zemu and permanently cures them. -c.a. educated taj Mrs. Blackerby has come (ron, LouU , MM Uaw Slnl8 Inl hnsbaiid Sho was considered ed and talking at, If well young man-nnDr Ira T. Uiibbeit, Caldwell. Kan DON'T MISS THISI rellgiousl) Inclined at her home, lie notified relative of the for her lather, I)al veiy ja welcome. s)m3 Sunday afternoon "My cine begin Hum tl.e fiist appli vulo to keep house Thero Is no more Interesting and cation of D. D. D. My skin Is now ns Uncle Jack Yenkcy. Jiihl before leaving In hei (light who kept a watch over the grave for irs. i0 ODonnell is with, heri I - Jtmiooth m a habvV was wouldn't take character In American llt ot llopkln Hou. Ruby Farroon. knelt In lira j or with her small dangh- - several nights but nothing mnio W L Dunniigai. bouijht a milk cow rao0tcrt Wrg. Anllgln Eubank. what D. D D. for Ihousand ler who was lelt In care or Mr and seen of her nnd tho Incident had about eraturt tlan thut of St. Klmo Murray baa dono rorclollurs wrlte.s August San Irom o. U. Sanders at la. s. ii. nan- - M. ch., i .nri. nun iioen on the county, who Is a candidate for the mc," . iinshecl out or tuo minus oi aii wnenmaue ininous oy Augusia r.vans in ner to, Mm Jinllli. democratic nomination for Stuto .Midi den, bouem 0 H0W nnd pigs fioni ol Chlllicothe, O L- ' Hubble Vehlclos filled with oflccrs nnd the grave wns found to have been op- novel of St. hlmo. rhMC aro jllst samples or letters wo jomnk Shearer at VV R,r Joi,nnv Leach sold to Green tor. was hero Tuesday shaking hands People In the southern states havo f.re receiving every duv rrom grateRi! Bayg with tbo voters and leading deimv Members of the SauttCy family scour- - encd this morning and the footpiliits ho ,B g0nK t0 buy m,u ftu m,to. Uooc.' tw0 cowg aj,j culves for 7r. ... .,., mobile when old grny dies, but from TU Ataccabees of Waynesburg L O crats. Mr Lafroou says that he Un ed Lincoln and Boyle counties Tuos- - or a woman were largely In evidence. (roiue to look upon this here of Action .paHMiis all historical character becau&o ho p,m;,ci, Vashed away by ). D. D. tbo looks of old gray It will bo some mend, clay night In nn effott lo apprehend in the wet soil In nnd out or the giuve .us T M gaVo n nke cake and cofleo hU race won, but wants all his Tho attempt to rob tho grave Is be (W such a superb typo of southern r0,,mi lolief,'' "D. I). D. Is llme iefoio nn agent will have to BUp.jer at lher t,au Saturday night to go to tbo polls on May 27th and put tho woman. Her start before the pa- mad' t pers weio drawn out ns warrant for Moved to have been early In the even manliness. Edna Earl Is also consld- - little short of miraculous." These nro faU on Mr nubble- There was a large crowd and ever)- one In for him, Mr. Laffoon was too fat for them to inc.. nnd the tierce barking of bull tred to represent the perfect southern ihe "ords ol others In describing the aplendld race for Htato Treasurer ir unlhlde bM moeit ono enloyed n good tlino. o Jamtg Jonog her nriest believe l"?",,,' en by "thousands' or cures, for to C. C. Gover's. catch her, and she covered her tracks dogs owned by P.ev Rout nnd S. U woman. Mr otls Eubank has traveled some tho last state election, and - Ilurdette, who live near the cemetery,! ot this cltj will havo th Citizens wunts to buy a good nuldlI.. roaJg tbi winter calling on p that he will get over this tune lit0 bo absolutely harmless Drtoo well for (hem to be easily follow.tickle tul Mrs or seeing these attractive rii.l reliable In every ease or sklu tiou has many warm friends nere who roaa mare ed. It was early Wednesday morning may have scored off tho ghouls. Both opportunlt urettv girl uear (Jreen river. It i - remarked at (he (line at tho noise personalities this week when "8t. ,,,- (ho clow was flually discovercnt U lievc that Lincoln will be fwad la hU nanklu ot i.erryvllle was1 r (jeorl, aalnes sola ' column when the vote Is counted. cd which gftvo tho direction of her tholr dogs were making about nlno o'- hlmo' plays ou engagement at the ,,or0"iJ ( Ooortc tor ?ll Shugars & Tnn- - vlsltlus bis daughter Mrs. Walter Pet- ,j was forced from clock. bu( neither went out to Investl opera house 1'ildav nlht Feb :i. Sunday. WdlnK place nnd this ner w Satrday unci GHOULS T' "" ... iT I Is'" e .:, nn m n ', i,. '..., .,,, s evl-lat- "i "' k t "" "' V""' """"" pur-chise- d o Lin-coi- I'""' I" ""'" cor-illal- 7-- 3 h ""; r, ... e - ,.. ,,., Ken-tuck- .,i INDIANA-BROTHE- d"e lu-lt- i. ' t)kn, f "" " bt riu' vc "'" "!' ,, ,, i.r. '., M i h"' ! eat0 1 Growers' n I Sat-urdu- v -- lii. '". - Mar-wove- 1 e HflK-tame- - cr. . Km-r.....i- .. iv,l ..... ..v Ill-Ul- oise T . '"'" k IV-llt- ster co-nit- ) .. Hm-ba- ta. S:ir... ,.:.Vt - .. lr irColeMrSlM SJ j C '"T -- .!... v: .. iiii-iii- h. J ,.,,,, Misslm so.acco . ,k ".j,"0,,dy.. t - "r . lit fcti i1 IK WT W CLEARANCE SALE ! 3' . THE STANFORD. KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, 1811 he Interior Journal. Established 1872. HELTON VEIIY SAUFLEY TUESDAY AND Publlihtr FMCAY ' Lesson VI. Scrofula disfigure and g misery. causes life-lon- First Quarter, For Feb. 5, 1911. SERIES. o4ommwfcao:t: 1 50 Men's Suits 8 L POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS vt 1 Sale embracing all winter goods. Ladies' suits and skirts, Ladies' underwear, mens' and childrcns' underwear, absolutely at cost. Calicoes 5 cents per yard, all best brands, no seconds in my stock ask to see our black silk petticoat at J2.M. For special bargains, sec 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 Chas. Wheeler Emporium at Iiustonvillc, Ky., invites the public to their Annual Clearance Children becomo strong and lively when given small doses of THE INTERNATIONAL I For Circuit Judge Tbc Interior Journal Is authorised to announce Charles A. Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrtst, nt the 1911. lection to bo held November, subject to the action of the Demo- Ltnon, Tt of thaVaraaa, Mamory Scott's Emulsion every day. The starved body is fed; the swollen glands healed, and the tainted blood vitalized. Good food, fresh air and Scott's Emulsion con quer scrofula and many other blood diseases. FOR 81&B BY AW, DRUGGISTS Pa. xaxlv, 10 by Rav. D. M. 8taarni. Kings xvll, Ooldtn Tax, Commanlary Praparad 14-1- One or Two of a Kind. Ideai Knock- - & x 6 about or Work Suits. S Original Tho flrst sentenco of our lesson tells us all we know of the parentage of IIo comes before us n sudElijah, denly as a meteor and disappears when his work Is dono In n way that no ono elso ever did before or since. Enoch also was translated without dying, but we read of no whirlwind or horses nnd chariots of fire. Elijah as honored to stand with the Lord Jesus and with Mosoa on the Mount of Transfiguration, and Jesus an Id of him, "Elijah trnly shall first come and restore all things," adding that be bsd already como In the person of John tho Paptlst, but they knew him not and 111 treated him (Matt xvll, 8; xl, 13). Therefore wa conclude that John tbe TlaptlM, who came In tho spirit and power of Elijah, was to tbo first coming of Christ what tho rctl Elijah will be to His comtDf In glory to set When some wbo op Ills kingdom. will b mora wicked than Absb aod Jcxtbel shall be showing tbe powrr of the devil, then Elijah and a companion shall be th Lord's two witnesses In Jerusalem (Iter. xl. Ills .name mains "my God Is J ah." ad one has said that be Is tbe grandest and moat romantic character that Israel ever produced. His one mlv slon was to bring apostato Israel back to Jehovah tht true God. He wo a nurtured In lonely communion wllb God, away from, tbe pollotlng court midst his native wilds (FausselF Ills flrst utterance Is. "The Lord God of Isrsel llrelh. before whom I II. 13, and II stand (verse 1; see also Kings III. 14). We think ot Gabriel's testimony, "I am Gabriel that stands In tbe presence ot God" (Luke I. 10). and be It was who said that tbe son of Zacharias should go In the spirit and power of Elijah. Israel had been faithfully warned that If they turned aaldo to serve other gods and worship them the Lord would shut up the heaven that there tx no rain (I)eut xl. 10. 17), so that Elijah's irn.ver that It should not rala (Jn. r. 17) was simply n prayer Hint God would tlo ns Tie said nnd mako good Hit word nnd show Himself as tbc living nnd true God, for If He failed to fulfill UN threat the people would think II an Idle tale. EHJnb could any, "In the Lord hare I righteousness and strength;" "I rest on Thee, and In Thy name I go" (Isa. xlv, 21; II Chrou. xlr. 11). Therefore he was not afraid to meet Ahnli or to deliver III. mea2e. This being done, be receives two distinct message from the I.ord telling him where to sojourn for the next three years, and first be Is told to hide himself by tbe brook Cbertth and Is assured that the ravens would feed him there, ne did Just as he was told, and the Lord fed him with bread and flesh by me.ins of the ravens morning and evening, and bo drank of the brook. So well did tho Lord hide him that he could not be found by nattou or kingdom (xvlll. 10). If we obey Matt, vl.33. we may count on its fulfillment, but we must be In the place where God wants us. Mark the word "there" In verse 4. Tbe word here translated "raven" Is ued ten times and In each place refers to a bird so called. The Lord Jeaus la dorsed yit Elijah story (Luke It, and If any part of'lt bad been not Just as recorded He would surely have told us. These lonely days at Cberltb 'make us think of Joseph la Eff)nt as a prisoner, or Moce.i la Mldlan, or John the Baptist In the wIlderneM, or Paul In Arabia. Noth tng can take tbe place of being alone with God. Then we must learn lo wait patiently God's time and And our rent and Joy In Himself. If Ills gifts seem to fall us, llko tbe brook that dried up. lie has some otber way. He This Sale is a Bonafide One And No flot Air. D Chas. Wheeler, HU3TONVILLE, KENTUCKY. This sale will be on FEBRUARY 1st to conRespectfully yours for tinue through February, an honest deal. ii slate democrat who was here this week told us that MeCicnryl will tarry etcry congressional die . trlrl Ii. Iho slate except the Fourth, and that he will run Den Join win a mighty close race In that. The belief Is beaming more general every day I Hint Mr Johnson sees Iho handvrlt-- j lug on the unll and will withdraw, from the race before the prlmtry, leav ing the of Madison a clear; Held, and enabling hira to go before j Iho otcrn in November with a united party behind him. Ben Johnson knows that he Is defeated, ond It would be i splendid thing tor him to do to withdraw now and thtis end the contest, lie is yet a young man and there is plenty of time for him. Such on act would make him lots of friends In the Rtate democracy. What do yau say Mr. Johnson? A leading war-hors- J & Price $10 to $20. See 2 them in our show window at o . oTtaUrat Sketch-Boo- tvtod 10c, aime of Good Lock rcaay. ptpr and tali iL for 6. riot Bank and Child's Hack baak coalaliu a 40 $5 for Choice Spot Cash. It's just like finding them. a v 3 O scott a Bowrte. rati Si, k. y. Lancaster The Indies' Aid Society will meet Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Emma Kauffman. llobert Ilankln bought a old horse of W. D. Walker for J 175, John T. Iteynolds and Miss Annlo Spoonamoro of Lincoln county came to Lancaster and drore to the real dence of Elder F. M. Tinder whore b soon pronounced them man and five-year- The Stanford Opera House Friday Night February 1 3rd- - "St. Elmo" (INCORPORATED.) Lincoln county and all this section was Inexpressibly shocked at the news of the effort to steal the remains of George B. Saufley on Monday night There is general indignation at the thought of such a deed, and unless tb party or parties guilty are shown to be totally Irresponsible for their actions through some mental deranj-meut- , thre Is no punishment which li severe enough to mete out as by the law. pen-Mly Better get one quick. s The play the entire country is talking about Neil Twomey's Dramatization of Augusta J. Evans' :lfr 1 I f i i Ti church. Members of families haxiug COFFEY GOODE I.moted into the community belonging Walter D. Goode, a young business l0 tho church will be Invited to put man of McKlnney, and Miss Archie 'their letters In, and those never bav- STIRRING TIMES. H. A. CARSON, Cotcy, one of the most attractive and(inK been a member to make the good The book that has circled the world the only high popular young ladles of tho McKlnney confession. e are hiving In tho builrtlnc Hoe. section, were united heart and nandj Mrs. William It Cook is at home class version now being presented to the public We carry a full line, of lime, piaster, at tho home of Mrs. Tom Goodo here nftcr a pleasant stay In LoulsWIlc as cement and everythlnit elae needed Endorsed by the public pulpit, and the press. Read Wednesduy morning. Rev. J. B. Jones the guest of .Mrs. Thornton 1). Winter for bulldlnr. Kventhlnc nurehaaed pastor or the Baptist church said tho jrgt (,ol; wa8p ,ne uonor guest of the book "ST. ELMO" see the play. Prices 50c, 75c and $1 'bere win b tounl of tbe beat quali words which united this popular young a number of social affairs In the Falls ty and the best for Intended purpoa-a- . Advance sale at Shu gars and Tanner opens Jan. 31 pair. After a few days' visit to Mrs Horace Grant entertained We will sate you trouble and unncr they will go to Lexington nr n tlves here fnr lipr ami Mil V.r. ary expense by aendtnf to us fnr an for another visit and thence to Sprague gave a charming tea to Bring us Poultry. estimate. clnuatl where they will make their this charming matron. Eggs, Wool, Hides, Furs, home in me future at bu Church jir8, c, n. I'olndeitcr was lulled to J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. street. Both bavo a great many the bedside of her sou Mr. Ben I'oln- Ginseng, Etc. v. ho will wish them every hap- 'iirxter friends who was badly scalded by the piness in thtlr wedded life. bursting of a boiler on tho C. &. O. In. K. The wieck occurred ai Ashland BOWEN. Tho wounded man was taken back to Doin to the wife of T l. Hughes his hon'e in Lexington for medical Waaralnpotltlou todn all alodi ot tacb a. Illock Work, faTnuitat. a cjirl, named Lillian. PHONE 153. treatment. and. Id fat. waraa rnaaaaajr iblns trora a hooMdownloafaae po.t. W' ea aarrr Mr. Hardin Sweeney has rented bin Mr. A. K. Walker who Is living at yon promptly and auarantM nr.t-claWe have. area- Brind tins" coupon to our stoic farm and will join bis fmily In nioom-Ingto- l'olnt I.cael and Is one of the noted work aod maUrlal. Call and our prtrai bafora you liny your material (!l.aat. at 111., about the 20th. ular size iar of the and dots tnead" directs, Walker tlrotUrs of this county, they Wewill therfgive you absolutely Bowen lias a new store btarted up being knoun in many nf the southern famou Palmolive, The states as the owners oi In the tie Statom storehouse. e jar of Palmolive Cream for you. It inSji' full fine rox Sfanford. Kj firm Is known as Hale & Taylor. won't 'cost youa1 'CreTnHvhlch we ordinarily sell fo hounds, recently reccnMy sold his dog i IX D. Fox, Jr., started to Indianapo ' tu William Turner of Winona, owe casn. mint cent. ; CUT FLOWERS FOR SALEI ... lis Monday. He expects to lind "orkj,,,,, , aVVnu'll (in J fnis rream the most Cut the coupon t taCTe. ' U It n,,rr, I ,ral.,r' hnallltl. delightful thing ot its kind ever from the Nov. is I I fan lurctib tha putllc with lt. brtt. anticipates . a J William Simpson Sr horse of ht ?,LVil,".,,,S,,, O,co1 fl"rr. plant, ai ol sues ot Good inade. kloda. tnlb. flowrr.. on ihor moving to Danville at an early date. ... Cim. fo ,... orfB of ,Ir Rubt., A1 P.0.11.""-- . .ra,u Hriilmnr.PaciiicMonthly.Red at It's' em .plaltyot rratb ..,- W. T. McGlrr sold Isst week a pair , puriof i. o( f ., h. d tirely new j I uav with I al . Book, Woman's Home Companion? .,. miili.a tva T,v. Ininaa Uhslhr llki tt u,vo v klii)(n,ibl.4on tli. lTf. r.aionabl. band at for J150, ".ptiuskl county nd has priet.. y U17 Mr LsdicsWcrfi Ur.de Rensas' Me-- -; Miticn pat iur fvOtft Mr lUrrlet Guyn dltd at her , UIIKIHTMANJUKKKN IIOUHKH. J. B. Wright sold three Jacks at borae In l'alnt Lick on Friday. The nzine. DecissuesofPeopIe'sHome all the cannot tall: He abldetb faithful. NO SVMPATHV BO ItUBBAKP. FOR TWIC mnra qualify of jgood prices. .lournal. Delineator. Designer, New Old at tbf itan'trd ,K; funeral was conducted He has premised never to try ua be- or driver who buys poor harness la Hph Newell, bold his combined mare Blue Boole. Green Boole. Nov. Palmolive' Idea. vnen honestly aade and It (I Cor. x. ueccssary. Fnt Lick cqurch Stuiday and thn yond our abtVtr to 323. Soap, the to southern buyers for IOiK Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th Ftll 1m. rem&luh Intered In the Lancaster 13), and la du time lie ordered His tusrsnteed harseu can be bought Will Newell sold a filly to same pat emelery. The deceased U survived faithful servant to athtr place of bere so reasonably It Is a man's own SaturJay Evening Post. Nov. 6th queen of all toilet soaps. be ejourn, hut what an unlikely place It fault It mall Ukea the risk ot buying ties for J2K. Look in the magazines or tin by ber husband and one son. Illustrated Sunday Magaiino and from a I'rcittt order catnloinie. My new tall aw wiatnr samples an Bring it to this store. coupon. bought 40 hotU was at we see things tbe home of a by others' experience and buy your Magaxine. Mr II. Cla Sutton Associated Sunday por widow wht had ne food In the nirneta at nome. now ready tor your Inspection. Tnet Catarrh Cannot Be Cured ot dlllerent parties In the county, PENNY'S PR UG STORE. bouse but a baadful of meal and n lit' " comprise the best on tbe market. with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, u tbrr tanaol rrk weirht 80 pounds. J. C. MdlLARY, Shutforri. UM wtl ol tht dlKW. Caiwtli Ii a blood 01 tle oil. Elijah found her gathering can suit any onu as to price who hsi tracts of near 100 acres each. South Mrs, and In order to cur It jou mutt ua flaM. Ml s,t Lucy Francis is visiting PtWic Sale and Reital rtlcka with which lo make, as she his clothes niadu to order. A sutt Miss thought, her last cake, and then she tract has tobacco birn, tenant bouso tlljr. aod acu dlrectlr upon tae bid and mufoul - LiCOIge ItalloJ In Richmond ,, .""""a raroiin ado to your measure Is preferablt -- j.iv. ,, mmm prracrioea By OI IOC Wl Xl)tlCiaaa or It, north tract ban dwelling mule :."".'?."".torV"'i."O09 ".??" rnrrlplloa. .IHIIU wtunn MUD ivv.i..i.v. ..w... h expected that she and bor sou would In tall country yrara and U a rntulti to ready mnde clothes, To havi Little Miss die (verse 11). Hut by giving ber all It U temporal of bm loala aowi, romblil ftJ '" MChOlasvlllO As I have decided to quit farming, iy cctn ctSTj, out bulldikigs and wlj lbs bl blood punatn. attlai dlmtly on tba 1Pi them made to measure doesn't ros vlllv1 Judge and Mrs. to the Lord's servant, na tho lad did rrcbard, and then offered as a wholx two mirrdkou ai abit produrrt auch woodtrful r llnmii W. Ilatsou in LouUviile last his loavos and Unties, aeveral wen fed cn nny more than ready made when ulU la rurloa caurrb. bul lor tratlmoatau. fre. fX).. ITopa. Toltdo. a week, mnde known on dy of CllEfLV iTern'i quality and nt li taa starve Mrs. William Morris of Knox- - for many days, nud tbe meal wihiimI itoua Thursday February 23 1911 not, neither did (be cruse of oil full In and let ma us. ruar tuoaaura ville is with her parents M. and Mrs. Nnlf. Mirau da., wilt offer stock and Tau uaii't lamiir I'liu lor toattipaiioa. I will sell my farm of ,.!. niiiVruil, .tlivi) uuaviuiiio v...v. (verso 10). at 10 1L C. Mujlij. en lll. )Aunl,ln. Iimt. From our lesson It would seem that IUIIJI AH.l...,nH ITaCJral Tailor i nlout c'0O baIe6 ot hay coru FINE PLACE FOR SALEI 181 acres i miles milt of Ulchiiioi.d Is visiting l'r tl.eu. 1 n!endid Jersey cow tho prophet wns sent to the widow Miss Lydia I.lmoie. Mlas lOlla will bo of Hustonville near the niadforU.vllU I yoar lU, I Jersey in, might li:ie decided tu sell my farm, II Thouipron has returned to her honn that she tbo sustain Inhim (vow ".". pike In Lincoln county, in ouo of the f re ih In riprlng, 2 marcs gentle for while from Luke Iv. record !: next thirty days, it in I'ojlo alter a visit to Miss Hnllle i'O, It appears Hint Elijah was sent lo old horso good sold within best neighborhoods in Kentucky lat'j to drive, 1 gos tit a bnrgHln. Contains 80 acres lliowu. Mrs. Ii. I), ileindou was the widow that she might bo himi-i!i- i This farm is well Improved nnd gocd ' vcri.o jc-- rood driver, 1 year old of land, has on It two housos one hostess Friday aftetnouu to tint I'm- - ed. Well, It wuikt'd both wiijh. ,nid Isnd, watered by soven nutor fnllln; filly. I bay horse colt, two the widow wus sustulucd by ber klr springs, one never falling sprliiK l'!,?aso!:s, 2 buggies 1 binder, I mower. of four rooms nnd one of two rooms broidery Circle, tng her all to the Lord. No doubt He THOUGH YOU ESCAPE WITH YOUR ed Into a splendid mule barn 70x8 hay rake, disc harrow, cultivator, and tobacco botn 30xC0 and other build-also cared well for that other nldiw-whLIFE. ' plnn-a- , 1 tobacco 17,000 tobacco lug nceoKAiy, 12 acrog for cultivating MHHHHBffl,iMa- jNet furnUhlng fresh running water sftter, cast alt her living Into the fri-iIf lire occurs nt your placo, you vlil WE PAY at all times without having to b stick i other things too numerous to Uio tvilnnco In tlmbor, lino water, fj ury. God wns nbo glorified In Hilt HIGHEST CASH PRICE jumped, near barn Is corn crib will ' niuut'nn, 2 kbarcs of tlustonvlllo tele-hol-d nnd line , land,. In tlijlil of school H R Sarcptn home by the raising In life of not find It sweet If thu flninqa lo.m hojkc and church ThU placo Is sulb-abl-f you puiuiiloss. AIT your lunialiiluc Ml Fnr All Kinds ol SCO barrels of corn, theso build; rnone stock. the widow's son, Hiiih Klroiu'lln'uins Undertaker and foiibiiki fa) Farm Produce for two fumUlcs and Is a barglu K diiys will bo filled nlth, regret (but her faith In the God of F.IIJnb .! ingi nrc covered with bent giado of Fosossioi. of farm given March I, H HIDES AND FURS WANTED H tri. Also Otalnrs iu Fur ordlng to urw 'J I. "Now. I. i'il I ' you hadn't taken out Irisurnnre tshun Abo new tobiuco barn 72x91 ll'll. For any Information call on mti. nt tho price Ht'tUr eorno to seo me S tin NOV. R P. 19. Hrawut. oa could. Kiro Is Just ns llkioy to tihout m ,iulrf niture, Mnttiii,nug. Tho; 1 ANU ij IUIC1IANA.N will hold 12 ucres, a good brick U H know- Unit thou nrt ii mini of Uml nnd n. W. PIPES, 8 Htnnford, ft. 1) No it. oianfoKl. Ky. will oxchango Furulturo fo H roam dwelllug, cistein at door, all 1 tint the word of the I.onl In ih ivn"' 1'iippen to you as anybody else. IIo Hustonvlllo, Ky I truth" " wlbo and haw us Insure you " . naeessary out buildings In gcod ro1 Kimla of 6Uck. Give not spell ruin for you tot yale- .- Small stock of dry gocle For Sale. About 10.000 old brick pair, nico orchard, fencing completely It's mighty cold driving now. See Then lire will Them a Call. Prices Right Tvo ke;s on rmall ring found ""y ur ""ulwo i"$ lap -storm lln,0 n;r all over furm. all !n grass but 70 forV,mto n. onirk If vou want tew. J10"; Oilier(j can eel fau.e b, paying for fronts,noaarriage"t heaters robes,coal J. STANPORD, W. S. FISH PHONE 200 KY. ed , TUorence. CJ -4 V Siisford, Wred In two J, STiNrOKD, - KENTUCKY fcMjfir v ,;, t C M salary. "St Elmo" a FREE--a Uoth "Gabe" Addams and Col. It. I.. Oretne deny that there Is any dell-nllarrangement between them by which Mr. Addams, formerly of this county Ifc to be made chief deputy If Mr. Greene wins out for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. Mr. Addams' many friends in Lincoln his former home. will hope, however that he will be, able to land something good should Mr. Greene be successful in his rnce.l e wife. Mr. Ben L. Keltey, of the northeast section of Garrard is a champion to He re Lacco grower of the county. cently sold his crop at Lexington the highest price be received was 30 cents for the best and the average price being 21 cents per pound. Miss Kwraa Daniels who lives lureo miles from Lancaster on the Crab Orchard pike hag recently purchased quite a handsome piano for her young daughters Misses Annie and Cora Per Was. The pi Ice paid for the Instru ment was I7C0. Ntxt Sunday will be what Is known s o&a$$-a&o$oo- H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. a it ctirOwt r. Fresh Oysters SERVED IN ANY 'as "decision day" at the Christian TncprniiL WTOWMHT Carson's Rcs.auraiit. Prop. STYLE. j Nvito ; ( We Want Produce your Feathers, 50c Jar.of Palmolive Cream H.B. Northcoii. CONCRETING i, T. K. Tudor. Mgr. 25-2d- PHILLIPS BROS., HnH xtt) .. ., rl 'Ollon 1 br Wtttr Satins "-- 1 cowtl-lutkD- .I ,,,, .... .,a,i rUfct 2 toulb-wejt.hoi- ', ey, .... 1 ' I con-.in- s JtL.BeazleyaCo., ' 1 s i l1 2- Ok. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Jrd, 1911 I HI MAVPV i INTKRIOR JUUKNAJU f i i Honored by Women woman speaks of her ide Irutli roil. Millions hve he lowed llil mirk o( conn, dence on Dr. It. V. I'ieree, When ilent ripMiul imintnin pent lor suilm-- i l 25 nt I'cnnv a i& cent, II and Utore I. - lr i, HAS HO SUBSTITUTE teorel tnfirln N. Y. PERSONALS. o( IlurTalo, lull f : t Dr. where there are women who besr witness to the wonder working, of Dr. Pierce's Favorite I'rencription - which iac Ihc tufftrimt itx frtm fill, and iicceufully frapples with woman's weak neiiet and tltHtrn lilt. cur!n-pow- liter), Baat RaaaaaaaaaaM ritrn'i mliptaced when tha wroto lor adtlc. to the Wonui's DuraNiAar Msdical Aiiocutiom, Dr. II. V. fierce, I'retldent, IIufTalo, N. Y. Pl'naal PtIMt Induct mild ntlartt bowtl mtrtmtnt aac a rffr. IT JHAKH5 WEAK WOHDN STRONO IT HAKES SICK. WOMEN WELL. No woman's appeal war, ever misdirected or her I Johnatm of I'lttstiuiK I"' ill Ms nlff' relstlie this tweK .diss K.itlirn Mini spirt Jti)R Inst week with Mltin Knlr i:.''l i cwnt nutm Col Hull Duddcrnr hold Ms unit and In iwnMiia; some Im provciiicut John No lux nml baby cum tin from Lebanon Juration Wednesday for in '' pOYAl iwHfi ef tartar 12 nrrecs lilvine, Candlce 1 ncrr 7 aercs ., Her Iter, Green nn. Kd j acre Johnson, llnry, 20 heres .... Jones Henry. 1 ncic Mnxton, llml 1 aero MrCorninck, (leo. Jr., 1 acre. . MrKlnnev, Hownn, t acre Morton, John, !) acrea Olner, Chnrleii, 30 acres 2 1 i!'vin, Kanels, I"Mt 4 nnes (lo)il, John, Nil, 1 Rcre ( Md, Mrrln, acre i7i.iiiiiijKr, iiuwnrii, i Iiiki 1 ui-it- arii ii ' Ip" , -- l it lie. lot iw ilile 11 . . 6 U' ZZ'I - 3 1 1 HBBf-BBBH ' MKU 7f' 2.2(1 2.20( .... o.iu 2,75 2 SB 8.46 :i.7f 6.00 3 7fi 3.75 4.8i Wanted: 300 Boys I J.7S 5.7ft 4 7fi flinrl stay. re I Willi Ui r "in Miss Uerlle Kill llrnilli nt Mill Hpiing nlilkj on h Imslno Mi. Ilrnun Is lit Ml. Tr-xi- f FREE SAMPLE OF LAXATIVE CURED THEIR CONSTIPATION I tilp. J S. Ilocker visited his claiiplilcrsi .Mlr.tr I'.'iiillno and Marfiiirct llnckcr at Triinsyhniiln UnUcitlly, LoxInRtoii this week IIik ninny friends hnc bi'fti glail to Me. ('ui JommiIi Coffp on llio veranda . Thm mmly hmktmm mowJer of the eranda Hotel during the pret VssNPw frmm Rmyal Grama POWDER Absolutely Pure Oraam Owsley, Alex 3.75 aero I'.OO Pallon, Newmnn, It ociea n.COj Kirfe, l.nurn, 40 ncrcs 2.20 Hinglelon, Jessie I acre 3.7A Sinilht Hill lift I, K'vllle Toiler, Millie Smith, Mnrgnret 3.no lot ti.C'i Wl'l, lot IPvllle 2.20 Tliomon, Julie nrre 5,8 Trice, Mitchell. McKlnncy aero .... 1 .... ... T ! U The Lincoln County National Bank is One of These. Capital $100,000 . Cm man fplciidid ('x.inilni.llcn tinder the clul MALUM.MUMEPHISKUTE Whan a parson become dlseoursftd used a simple bottle and now hay It 4i nice ut Cincinnati Tuesday. Juiiiis l.liljb ncnt to I rah Orchaid throuch year a of fallura to Dnd a cure, rriularly In tha house. Mrh. J. II. JlcAIIster, Sr of Wnj, Ncriri ill) t'j sjienif ci.ni.il dnyr and finally, perhaps, gives up trrlnr. It rou will learn to do away with sails, la small wonder that ha becomea akep walera and eathartlea for these ara but Minn, It llic guel of .Mih. Je8'e Ileal. And ltt. to all who hava con temporary reliefs whlla Dr. Caldwell's tlpatlon. wa would aay, --Try Just ona Syrup Pepsin Is cuaranteed to cure per- aiugc. WHY 0 WEAK. thlnr mora." manently. It will train your K1 C Onlnen, the popular InstiMiicc Wa wuh Ton would try Dr. CaJdwslfa bowel muscles ao that they stomach and fyrup rrpaln. a. laxatlra tonlo that has work aaln naturally withoutwm do their man of lincnuter, was here for a Kidney Troubles May be Sapplnp Yf ur outside aid. uatd for a feneration. Thouaanda Cast aalda your skepticism and try Syrup Life Away. Stanford People ara ustn Its auraly some of your frlanda Papain. ilioil "lslt on Wednesday. amon tha numbar. You can buy It of Have Learned This Fact. Dr. Caldwell fael that tha Mildred Cotby, of .function Mir any druniat at fifty cants and ona dol- purchase of his does not ends hla obll- remedy lar a bottle, bat batter at 111, aend your fatlon, lis haa apaelallied In atemach, City, t.m the attratllte riij t of VUiut n hi'n'thi man or o:.wn name and address to Dr. Caldwell for a, bowel dlaaaaea for over forty Mltlinut erparent In rim sample bottle, lie wilt aend you yeara and will ba pleased to sire tha MIhs Iltvfle Hill lor ceverul dityn. boion e nenk, languid depreuf mooch to convince you tf Its merit, and reader any advice on tha subject frta Miki- - Kduit ( auinltz of HuMonoll? then if you like It rou can buy It of your of charaa. All ars welcome to writs hoadnche, dlzzr n', Kiilfc t Mr. J. Ironist. GeorgeJ. W. Petty of TJntoavUIe, him. Whether for tha medical advice hj Lten Itif sueht ol tier mstcr, Mrn icl'r tnl urlirirv disorders. Kidney Mo air. Zimmerman ot or tha fres sample address him Dr. Waller Vhiiarsdall In Doyle, ra, and many otbera of both W. Caldwell, MI Caldwell bulldlnc. ieakne inny be I lie eauce of it all nell and they will tie aad In ail part of the country Crst Montlctlto. III. us up fiom Keep th kldm-if- l Mr II. C, Hampton Doan's Kidney PUN ) t.i l.cLatiOn Juuitlon to hate home print-inkMr.ey and keep them : ive ilck done by the I. I., for nn excelteiit !' Can Stanford readers demand rnd further ptoof than the following state-siehome talent play, "Diamond wklch Is t be glren In tlmt Mw T. S KIWii. New Pnville lltKllllIK little cltr ys "I feel I'lke l.anrater, Kv,, Mti Will (.iine ro"i(lliif; nn lh leiy gTHtrful lo Doans ioney pills nprra for the benefit thM-- bniught me. My ).ani'jiter pike. unilerenl nn iMik Hon of a serious tbnrartcr vfrv lamr and there m o Doan'a back condition Is considered (onrtsnt pnln In m Jn, and at once to thp root Kldnrv Pills ipille piecurlous. Her ninny lil.:ndK nf Ibe trotilliwrnl relieved and rntlrelr nre greatly ul.irmed 'nr. I half not the llghtrft hoslta-lioIn recommending Doan's Kldnev u Mru. Susan T. Harris sustained I ktion IMIIn. that xecrc hemorrhage at her home In Ih' all thea ilalms made to thpy liie up to THERE ARE FIVE IN KENTUCKY. country .Monday. On account of her ii v all deBlrr? Price 0 For Co., rot-- M.llhiirn advanced Hge her man., frlncd nte renl Buffalo e York, sole agents lor th I'nlted Iciirlnl lest another hikIi attutk tdintilii Stales lo mirilu proi v loo del ere for IImembe'- - Hip name-- - Ooan s and Mr und Mis J. H Btmmes. of lm take nn othpr cisltr, took the train here Wednesday morning for Clearwater, I'lorida. First in Stanford and Lincoln; Fifth in State of Kentucky. uherc they v III spend tlto iMtnnie "r the winer lxi) Cllll lucomp.mli FOR TAXES. them here and went on In Atlnuti C vender. Pnt.il : ik j K. C. t'M-- ! , ht 2.20 estate, land Anna, lot Il'iille . .. 2 20 3.75 Ihf. rd. Willi", lot 4d" vtl h, J.iniep, MrKlnnej. lot Crab Orchard White List 5.50 T n er on, v f) 10 ncrvi P,t ,nrgei, I nbbls, 7 ncrta . 2 9'i ltjiri.iT. 1MI if ar'rH 3.73 HiHtieht'iit, W M., !'3 ncre-- i 29.0. ... 12 tC I'liililili J r . 48 nc; p I'.'mbry ckfr I'ucku, I'M 1 ntre i.e. '. ciark. It Condi r, enii-- j r ( C, 50 Al.. IKniev, Dillon. Dlshon. tn trt Dolttj'y. . ('., 24 aire V . 1'. a roi W.. 2!i ncre. Mr' I'lla Il&t'. acrei 45 .. . acres ... tx-c- Krenth, J. W, 8 acres Oay, Mrs. Sarah Nit, i3 acres fnl!'rer. Hen, Ira-I llir.r, '.."' nc bal 71 rs pj . be-:ln- ton liar-tirbu- rc a t.i-o- n nl. The Roll of Honor nt mong National Banks is Composed Of Only Those Whose Surplus And i. Profits Equals the Capital Stock hr n 15 neros 1.3S s, .M.i. 3.75 Mario, Wut. 15 acres 3.10 Hilton, AlUn, M seres 3.2-- 1 Melton, Jcso 24 acres I lor Ii n, I II 7. a 100 acres 22.00 . MolJaa', W T 473 14.2i 73.60 Holmes, D. V., 190 ceres Hopper, lorn, 40 acres 3.75 Hopper, W. T 15 acres 2.95 Hopcpr, W. T., 45 acres 3.75 Mr;. S. A. 115 acres .. 6.l Jobnsrn, KelRcr, Oiilts Nil. V0 acres 4.20 KrucKT, P. Nil, 20 acres J.3". l.yuo Lumber Co, 1!i0 acres ... 6.S5 3 35 Manuel, Jack, NIT, 112 acres 3.75 Pan J. I,, 17 acres Tcnnington, Aliss Jennie 42 acres 8.35 Pciinlneton, Mrs. S. J. 85 acres 15.90 6.55 I'tnnlnitnn, K. I.., 11 acre.4 y Ma-Fer- ilatnlton, Isaac 4.10 13.00 2.20 3.75 14 0 3.7 3.7 .:.0" 4.00 . 6.."0 4.R'i g 10 acres To Wear 300 Suits We Are Now Selling At 1 3 .... .... ... Half Price. Cummins & Wearen, hr. I'layforth, "el-c- 180 " r hr - SHERIFF'S" SALE Monday, Feb. 13, .11 acrej I'luiiier. H. Ilamre), Thomas, 150 acres ... Singleton hrs 40 acres fteinberper J. 1).. H&L. Ste:nncr, A. 50 ,t 33 acre .. Steward. i:ilzabth, 200 acres . Tinner. Walter, 73 acres Crab Orchard Colored . Uiiehannti, Jas , 42 aeres Duford, l.llllo, NK, 45 acres ... legale 12 acre . . . . (.nest, I). 41 Mm. Nit. 10 acres ncrei ... .. ... 4.50 1.15 2.15 5.25 4.7o 7.90 3.i5 Z2r 7.85 $"!.75 I 21 Vi TriPF STANFORD, KY. i; f I Surplus $100,000 for fcoverul wteks. 7 I. I" fi Miss Itclle Denny Is upcndini; s. '. . nl nooks in l.onlswlle the gui'Ht or llurhour. the Mlff-eMr and Jlrn J Kaudolph Hnrrlx STANFORD, KENTUCKY have uio cd to (be tmck resldcueo ORGANIZED IN J 582. on I.nncaBtcr street, recently vacated CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. ly .!r W J. Rankin and family nho SURPLUS EARNED. $22,000. halo fior.o to Tulsa Oklahoma. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Mrs. William Shanks and Mrs. Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety of Stanford, are guests at the We Solicit Your Account. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. home of Mr. and Mrs T. J. Ilaldwin in t'.ie icuniry Richmond Climax. Mifcfc DIRECTORS. OFFICERS. Annie Nourse entertained ! IlKlitrully Inst evontr.g In honor of K tieid, . II. Uaufthrran, . F. HocVer, President; M D. F.lmure. Sit. O. II I'honu- -, of l.cbiuon. an I J. M. Pellus. S. T, Harris, Ml'B Jcon Iluchan.it,, Cr.fi tirrh-;- , II. C. Haugbman, J. F. Cummins, H. C. Daughman, Cashier. Mn fl r?nV,inin T tf.rrl. nith . theat'.- - pir; followed ny W. W. Baunder.. Ind. Bookkeeper w supper at Hcliiwulcr ft. Fraakfort s . J. It llarrl.. Bookkeeper FIRST NATIONAL BANK, s County Ciuilt IMV at J O'elntK I I will offer lo the highest bidder iiihIi no much of the followinR property ns will lay the Si Coiinty snd DlHtrlet School taxe? M., fur ito, for t, i' " J c s.aBUBByaaaBaBBaBiaiBiiBiBl 5 fj ii ijH, STATE BANK CAPITAL STOCK 8c TRUST CO., KY. JO,000 ; aj &TANFJRO, r j a J Officers: President Vice Presidents O. l B Cashier Assistant Cashier . - s 5 llllllllllllllllllllllll clinic IIIIIlllIMi ln"lvldil Book-keep- W. L. MeCarty. Penny, J. S. Rice, J. D. Elds J. W, Hutcheson C. Hays Foster 8. A. Phillips lion aril Caumlti.' the famous Pirate, has been In Dam Me a day or 1.0 uilngtlDR nlth hlii many friend Rumor bag It that this very popular pitcher Is tioou lo marry, and ho admits that there Is some ground for tho rumor Dam ille Advocate Mr Chirles Haritelle sccompanlrd bv her srindmother, Mrs. Luci Hi. Clair leaies for her home In Mammoth Utah this morning. Udward Kerner, stat secretary or society bpoke to a the small audience at the court houne here this veek, inoit of Ibc croud being Mr. ..umal women. WE COBOIACLY SOLIC.r YOUR BUSINESS. aa a by Knd the misery of catarrh breathjiu: Hvomel (pionounced High- !.!!!'.Di a sooUiiup,- hrwlliii; air. Complete oufflt ?l at . I. I'en ny . , '' " Stanford, White, llrnnaiilmrc. II. K.. 1'.' seres ? 11 90 V. 14S acres.. .. "3.75 MrlRbl. J 14. -- 5 ' Kubink8, 11. 4c J Onhnin 4U.77 t'rlKer. J. II 75 acren 4 90 iMIton. Shell, 11.1., Iton l.iml 7.25 llawcni; Gent H&L Kings Mt.. 5.15 KndH, Tom 30 acres 7.40 . .X llaKCard. W. .. 70 acres Karuier, Jninex, 20 acres ".'i0 lilcks. Dave Heil. Kps Mt . ... 1.75 tlamores, Krnnk, .. 715 i.9. Hoiton, J. S., 7 acres ... ncrcn tlilllon, ti I', '! 'Joode, .Mrs. .Mary K.. 1IS.I, Stan C.80 Hutchison, Ino. W , 26 acres .. d.75 4.20 1173 Jlnkins, Hub 20 acres . , Petiijion, (J acies 3.;i." Kersey, Mrs. Ida NR. t3 acres.. 3.15 rittiuan, Mose, " acres 13.83 . 12.15 Jones, 11. II.. 140 acres lloperc. .Iimirs. 11 & 6 acres 2.45 . .. 12 25 Kin. .Muc, NR, 1C acres lliuhliiHT, John .IK neri'R (col) NR, 53 aeres 3.35 T6.25 M&rtln, I.uc.. xsi'lls, A. N. 71 acres Majbrler. .1. B, 40 acreB 11.35 Stanford Colored. . ... 8.35 7.D" Meilon, Rubin 16 ncres Ilauehiuiin. Hlchaid Sr. 'i acres 3.65 4 73 .Moore, D. M., 11 acres liauehninn, Clatl, j neren COS .1.7.1 Mason, Thomas, 40 acres lirlght. Tobe, 8 acres 4 40 . 3 75 1'arker, J. C, NR, 92 acres Urlsbt. M . I M acres . . .. 6(1) 30 acres . . . 2 20 P'try, Jas. R Gardner, Kdna, 7 ccrei I 2 JO IVtrey. RobL 2 90 ant- . . .. Jhliis. Kiltie UI f.HO I'eUe.v, li. C. 27 acres 7.75 Ilniris. Wallet, t aeie ' 25 I'eiieliacen. Corol 100 acres ... 8.80 Chlni, Josh, town lot H50 Pogeenburf-- , Sofia, U' acres .. 7.00 Hum?, .Muck .'. acies d.OO Rice, W. T NR, 150 acres . . l.M !ii.ys, win, :;i auc . K00 6 75 Rlneo. D. C, NR, 54 aeres lai kAOti, .1. S. I fere 4.U0 7 50 Rlltey. (5. W.. 43 acreA I.eulf, li i.ereK . I ucl.ey J 73 lliwsell. J It., 92 acres . . .. .40 Will I aire . 0CU . f.f0 SliiKleton, John 20 acres opan, W. I. i le . . 2J5 Sicl6le, Jacob estate. and x)nan. Kllra, I acre 4.75 b.bb 17 acres I.? He. Hob II&' 'tali Or.h. .'1.75 Spaldlup, J A. adrar 5 acres ... 2.S0 neie . . lllller, (leo. Jr., M .... .'if TrowbrldRe, II I... 35 acres Mulleim, Jcusle, 2 30.25 acres ivimiau, John, 81 ncr ... . i 25 175 Williams. Grant, fjll, 4fl acres .. 2.30 IViiiiun VWbs. I (.ie . .. 175 Wilson, J. W.. 4 acres 4.93 i ubt 10 93 375 Younp, . ., 110 acres Huiotberf, Can , 2.75 Yount-- W O., 6 acres . 7 75 Whitley MUir, 3 ro - the yenr 1H10: .... acre Owskv. Mrs Next (Jen. Kin;; 1 4 3.75 acre 2.20 lllce, Mary, lacro 2.20 Steivird, Annla 2 acies 2 20 TiiclTr, (!eo Ann 1 aero Wayrsesbu-f- j White List W ni 1K0 acres Amhioio, ...? 2 95 4.6" IIuirp, S. A., 8 acres 3.45 lleek, (J. r , 73 acres '3.40 llenn. M. S. Nit, 50 acres Camden, Isaac hrs. 100 acres ... 3.3S Ctlvlnn, Kov., Ml. 17 acres ... 2"M 9.C0 Coleman, O ,V., S3 acres 3.50 Uiiiliptn, J. 32 acres Kouls1, H. H, NR, 100 acres ... 13.00 5.60 Cooch. Clay J., 18 acres 3.75 Urltton. T. II.. 70 acres 2 Nile, (ioorgii. MlSg'Ps ,Oh I aru- - 2.15 3.7". 3.75 2.T3 the HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX. CLOTHES f I Just Received A lot of Oliver Plows and Repairs. Ur Mt W. E. PERKINS, assaiassasjsaasasassaaaaassaaaaaisia 'nc, .... 57-4- 6 . 2 2 t Iimmmmmmmmm mmmmmm mmmmamm wmm fl T. W. Humble W. O. Marti E. Hogses - CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY mmmjj ..i ..sasasaaaaaaaaaaaassssMassaasasasssasssssawitsaiMpssMiiassm . -' ;. - ' es-.:t- hlttC). Kol", Hi? I l)st Jold teal ring with Initials K Jiewaid fo- - let ro to P. T. S3 Mrs Clara I). Treylor The Famous IGBCPto Jg the Lamp of Reml Beauty wa3 Kingoftemalsl is tiio GOWANS oae;aiaHuara Y 1 prep- aration universally.'; and enthusiastically' endorsed by Doctor, Druf&ist, Lay K . Pneumonia, Group, Golds, Coughs, Pleurisy and nil ailments caused from Inflammation or Congestion. Gowani Preiur.Ulonlina on of the l.trgeht and most sAtisfactory sales of any pmmrallon cnrrinl 1V consider lljt in our ttock, wowfrrM Micce. inau.''' GOWANS Cures bttt light of all he Ryo gives a white, soft, lamps. rwtIhjw, diffused fight eay on the eye because it cannot nicker. You can use.your eyes as long as you wish tmder the Rayo light without strain. and The Rayo Lamp is ven though you pay $5, $10 or $20 for toctute It give tb low-price- Hotorvllle Whrte riecedici, W. S 2 atren nrnndenhtirg Haidln 115 hcrea Ikndei.Tlios N.K. 133 acres ... K. NK. 14 aeres. aiMin 'lark, Tho Nit. 110 ncies. I'laikbon. S. J. Hi h Coulter ' .MtAnlncli, i acies .. Coy, .lame, tlim aer vllidlfr. JlniBaret llaiden, Srm, 50 acren 1 .... 4 X5 W. L. MeCAHTV, Sheriff of Lincoln County. WHITE GOODS 'J.20 3.70 5 70 !.r.5 7 50 5OT H.75 We have just received a beautiful line of Flaxons, Dimities, Nainsooks, Long Clolh: in Daimlierty. J K . 12 artcs . . Ditvroii, John, 1 ai ro Ksiis, hie. Mrs I. ' 10 arra. . 2.55 2 SO . . 3.40 5.70 2 20 M.24 d, KeniKV. Wm. Morelnud Liitr. J II., lii I iciM!)', ti. S Ml. S afr NK by I. Shelby - - fact anything"! you 95 "..00 other lamps, you mcy get mow expenslvo deooratloiif but you cannot get a better Hayo gives. A light than thejow-prlce- d holds the strong, durable shade-holdahade on Arm and true. This season's ticVburncr adds strcnjth and appearance. Onee a Rayo Uer, Alwaya One er aeres l.tican, (leo. i:, I arrn . Muson, Miii. .lane 72 acros I.tiutf. W. C 12 . 7.')r 5.y . I folks nocketa. noi a Tilend nor a pedlsree. tbey senernlly mnko , big miccetai of Hut Mmiv says tnais a neuron It made mutch. Just like the Lord Hart ed Adam and Kve. If jou wish to sotllo till arKuments oyer groceries, do your tntdlm; at Coffey and Coleman s, Tiv Hunts California poaches anrl coin roval Anno cherries und Hawaiian pine apple. We hno ttem In throo qunlltles. Hunt's nuprome quality, the llunVs can be produced tlnest want 4 . r,o ZMtltrt AeqwAera Sk ' l Whohhula Druailsta Columbia, S. C.,July U, 1MU buy All 37; muuiu r drug co the The Standard Oil Company. (Incorporated) (7mi t m tuirtst (o VLxct lfotrt, wrlu for aVMrfaW ' home UiutV.U' l. ME0ICAICO.. G0WAN SOa. SCSe. DURHAM. N. C. Imrtilll lia,o,i,lai(ll Ij !' Buillll Wllchcer. D.ui, 1U Reran . Vo"iim, Thomas 14 acres Hustoitvllle Colored List (,'oflo) & Coleman ure Kolttng ready i Let the Interior Jourunl order your Alcorn, 11. A , 1 aer Tlioy Inivu Juot Installed, Uidles' Homo Journal or Saturday Adktus, Sophia lot JleKlnney. fo Humii'er a handsome ,mnlng In frout of thou KvenlnR l'ost, so Bvud In your renewal Ilnllov, Thos. 1 acre aeres Ilrluht, Hen l , 2 V eau bao you iiioue)'. giocerr on Alain trevt llrowD, JLotu. 1 acre L'rown, Mat let KMlle fi.Rr. aires IWtorson. I.ec s:Itlco H Turner .Morel.ind Il&l. 5.50 Schwab, John 50 acres 2.20 SMpinan, hrf. K. I.. 40 ncies.. .. . J7il.CH Slioti', .1 II. 05 acre 11.25 Siulth, 7. I K acres . . . Suaw, Mis Clla Ml I act" . . 2 20 Tayli r. Mrs Molllo, 50 acres . . r 20 31.00 Tnyiui. J 1), 50 aeres .. 1.11 Vauijht, John, lot Moreland . . - "10 - Mills. U. W. VII. IIKI links Mis. E J , 7 3l acres Moore, I) !., lot ti.30 BETSY'S POINTtHS 10.95 I asked Molly how It Is that when 3 50 marry without a cent In their white goods, at Right Prices. Our Spring Ginghams are also comin I ing in. Band trimmings to match. We handle only goods of quality and guarantee prices. !l ... fc.lO HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., - i.'ii 4 tht mnorlor ouillty. superior In crery ros- njet, bui passed only by Hunt,s fcti-Hunt's stnpl finality. promo qunllly. !" excellent out smauer iruii uuu nui S cuiie r.n furi us tnc Jthrs 375 COFFEY 4 COLEMAN. aW 'Phcne 16. Promt DeMvery, L. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes STANFORD. KENTUCKY J J r- - v-- 1'AUH KOUK THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, nil Below Cost It f !j i 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! BOYS' OVERCOATS BEST MAKE MEN'S SUITS $25.00 Suits at - - - $17.98 $8.oo Coats at - - $4.98 - - 16.48 7.oo Coats at 3.98 22.50 Suits at . . . 13.98 6.oo Coats at 3.48 20.00 Suits at 18.00 Suits at - - . 12.98 5.oo Coats at 3.48 9.98 4.oo Coats at Suits at 15.80 2.98 12.50 Suits at . - - 7.98 3.5o Coats at 2.78 6.48 10.00 Suits at ODD PANTS, OF NEWEST Wc have 200 odds and DESIGN. ends which sold from $5 to $15. All go now at 3.48 $6.oo Pants at - - $498 AMERICAN EZCTZ1 NEW ORLEANS M2 MOBILE MARDI GRAS FENCE Tickets b mU February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 aa 27 f IstaatUa Cti4 Horning- omul March tlth, 1911, with STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS CAU ON (M rUlt KINQ. M. C ruMnrrr tni TkkH Ann. 101 C Mils Stmt. UtintOn. PARTICOURS, ANY TICKET OR WRITE SPECIAL REDUCED FARES ACtNT, QKEN & CHI9HT F80IE, O. .. W. A. HECKLI.R. Ky. (ketr.1 FaiKnttrA-tn- l. jaftBs Butffat. CIsclaatU. OLIVER PLOWS The Oliver Plow Trade for 1910 A sound, substantial, .... 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 4 oo Suits at - 2.48 3.50 Suits at We have One Hundred "of these in broken lots to be sold from $2 to 47.50 1.98 Go now at MEN'S OVERCOATS $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 collai. It is New SHOES In Patent, Vici Gun Metal Calf and Tan $3.39 $4.oo Shoes now - 2.98 3.5o Shoes now 3.oo Shoes now 234 2.5o 'Shoes now . - 1.98 2.oo Shoes now 1.68 4.oo Pants at - enduring fence, built on 3.5o Pants at principle the elastic hinged-join- t 3.oo Pants at -the most scientific, practical and 2.5o Pants at - Zoo Pantst 1.48 perfect fence principle known it yields to RUBBERS great and sudden pressure but returns Solid With Buckle and Cloth again to the original shape. Thoroughly galvanized and Top ., protected against weather. $2.25 Rubbers at t: $1-91 79 2.00 Rubbers at : : 1 50 Rubbers at : : 98 SEE THEM. DEALERS EVERYWHERE. 83 l.oo Rubbers : : : 64 75c Rubbers at : 50c Rubbers at : : - 39 v & CORDUROY PANTS SAN FRANCISCO DENVER NEW YOflK CHICAGO $4 00 Pants at : : 3.50 Pants at : : 2 68 2 34 3.oo Pants at : : 2 oo Pants at : : IAS There's a great demand for this fence and pi ices will be higher later, so order Early. HATS John B. Stetson. Geo. H. Sole Agent, 2 98 $4 oo Hats at : 1 - 5.oo Pants at 3.78 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 W. H. Higgins. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Ladies if You Need Anything In the Gingham line AMERICAN STEEL WIRE CO. 8 5 p :'98 am sure I can please you in quality and price. I have biggest line of Ginghams ever shown in Crab Orchard I ! J M Ml Farris, I Stanford. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. 3 50 Hat at 3 00 Hat at : 2 50 Hat at 2 00 Hat at : 1 1 2 78 : 215! i 98 : 148 98 79 : THE FARMERS Wo 50 Hat at 00 Hat at : Sam Robinson Stanford, Ky. WRITE ME FOR PRICE8 ON HIGH GRADE I HANDLE COTTONSEED MEAL THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A OELIVERED ON ft ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. WILLIAM A. BURNETT, BOURBON STOCK YARDS. JKeatucky Aencr for Owl Brand. PRICE LOUISVILLE, KY 1901. Established We Cordially Invite You ISVX To Sell Yolit Tobacco Over Our Breaks nf ". 2tn. iccelved a carload of Stanfoid, the best field stork, bo.; nnd chicken Kor Sal- o- Polled Durham Shorthorn ARE GOOD SAYS PROMINENT a fence on the market. The Star sells imlls 10 months oil .Model DEALER OF SUNFLOWER you will have trouble and choice breeding. A. W. at a price that STATE. 8 tf anywheie. see us holorc ter. Moreland. Ky. you buy your fence. Junction City J. V Winer of Illinois, the corn .! Lumber Company, J. V. Caskey. Mgr. ,,cvl who jujeU the recent exMbit at Augusta Kim. Jan. "' .function City, Ky. Lexington corn show say that when Sale, A Ntiiui.rst mare. T. A. tor .Kentucky farm have raised com a K'ditor Inttfilur Journal. Uradlcy, Djuvllle, Ky. Dear Sir: ', lions as h has boon raised in Illinois I notice an article In you paper under Two wagons for sale cheap, a new ,Uilt rhp quan r m lo u.e acre Juuuary 27th In which Mr. JJtudebaker and a now Old Hickory f,p Kenti.cftv lll far eiceed tue pro date of ot Shelbyrllle, Tenn., John Cook Stanford, Ky. (ductlon ol ony Jtale tn the Union. If lMakmoio Kor Sale.-II- alf Dorset eves 2 and property treated and iTu the rlKht speuks eiy highly ot Kentucky and 3 year olds. IJreU to Imported Shrop- - . . ' agree with him . Tcunetuce rauleo. ealre rm. Due to Iamb Feb. 20. L2t. Mnu "l sevu TOrn ,or ?"iicy Hn Tor mule, from tbeie two states are snld our larxnen do not tak tuit . W.Gaines. lie ery hard to I . He says hll For Kain h.iIp.i hnv in nnv nimn. Interest in raMji com corn thi."? U' MUrouri Is lapidly (otilns to the Increase the jlelJ. tlty. Mrs. Mattie V. Klrby. 4t. ,mceiiy ii from as a mulo ntat- - she will never tor sale--sonice yearlins sown,be able to t.tipplaut lb- Keulucky nnd bred to niacfe Berkshire subject to PUBLIC SALE! register; due to farrow the Urst of, , xv,n She miy not but, MoBdny rejruary l"th it Tfriineee mules. reoruary. j. a. carpenter, .mi. saiein. A'olllil likt In ti ir ;i ft.ur wnril In Vor,. 1flirH , n,.,r. h, Ky. 5 A. lu Stnntord. ..Kv sell one Jack n!m- resurd to our mules "cut In Kann-n.- " . Kor Sale. A pair or so of coming .. f ,, un coiis'Ahmi, , v..r, . "iu. KO' oreouor. T,vi,.r thres -" shape. FnTspnamTrernowland. -'Uhu "' " VH'craiitarf"'I toil . county Kentucky one oi the bent Mr-. Elizabeth Vouu? Itell, aged i'.i. imilo counties m Kentucky, two loads Hvf.low ot Ju.'g.' Urn Hrtll. ot HairoUH'r jlItK Uu llebMmti Iom an -- ' "- -I ere cons.dered by c.'Jen In Seattle. W'nslilnKton. last. Hudson Bros., the best two loads that prll when Judi;e Bell was hilled, left Kentucky, that yoar. ,. Honon Irs. I!ell lud been twice married. iVu a0M 1.111 ,u-nr .... her Urst husband bavins been tiur- - ,..., ... .... e "'" ou- .,f tlnrrndsbur. Sh ,OJU,, "' ""e ,nul Tl..i..., ld '""" Pef head moro thre chlldreiu JlMs "i1 Is suiviveU b sold Tor iu ins county .Mart nil, Jonn iiurton anu Phil Thwuiif iumi uiiy miiU-Mm, four brothers R. J. Ktigene Ud tllMo mCl, wt.,t, au 80ij to go to tue t! n.K v" wiuLern narket. and ere considered n . exceptionally fine on that market. We t liae jtst mil! for Sale Pair of heav J. II Jackson. It. D. 8 - draft No. 2 Those Missouri Mules fo-r- Carpen-(-quailin- g ........ 1 Make jour borne as nnxlern for your fainiljr MR. FARMER: ice, residence, and place yourself iu a position to get the latest market quotation at any time. This can be accnsuplUheil by tnesusof our telephone service which you and your neighbors ran get for a sum thtt is small compared with the beueGts received. Call or address our nearest office, or write direct to icadquarters, Naihville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far at present enjoying telephone service, we mers Line" rate. If you ire can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tenuessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana ami EAST T.KNNESSEK I'EL. A TEL. CO. Illinois. RURAL TELEPHONES. nt I inrosroTKDi .-- ttxiWAttr.tt'AmiuxttmuWe Eel You Prices - -- - ' - .. ,,,. a .. J".J1 - ' '' - "" a,r ... 0 X n 0 We sold last week over half million pounds in five days and have sold since January 1st over a million pounds. As usual we topped the market on highest price, $23.25 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 bufley disWith the best lighted house in Kentucky, with a trict. tobacco auctioneer with no superior on any break, coupled with experienced tobacco men as floor managers to show vou how to place your tobacco to the best advantage, tells the story why we can serve your interest just a little better Don t target the name. than the other fellow. at $15.50. inKMoK5f e uavc sold Air. uohon H loads of mulca In the last four years, nnd'uu las been I well pleased wjth them as they fed to Iota of weight and quality Uo Yield tO ZemO. a r.i liquid PREPARATION hU11 '"""He from M0 to COO mule- etery stasou, and make a tpeclalty of FOR EXTERNAL USE .. . .. I l. u " " bci In tlwr i'piuiv's DniK Store U so contldent L....ln.. soap used to- - clas uiid always keep u big per cent that Zi:MO and ZK.MO tether will rid the Bkln or scalp of in- - of mare mules. r ome of the Kentucky feeders lautor grown person ot pimples, black heads, dindrutr,. eczema, prickly heat, ,vl coll,0 at tte wl 8n0H ,nnl rashes, hives, Uy poison or tiny other ul,lf,B nite wegUl a& mwU uPt,on' P form of skin or u- In your money back tf quality and tlnNh as they hthey will gle tlHed with the Plucky. a, e not entirely you . . results ohtalueU from the use ot ZK". Augusta iausas. MO and the swp. glv The first application will prompt relief and show an Improvv Instance wReic ment aud in used porsisteutly, will destroy the germ llf tearing the skin In n clean Sold and guarap nealthy condition teed by dmgslbts evtrywhere and m Stnnford by Penny's Orug Stnro Let Skin And Scalp TrOUbleS c 73 fan "i ,,' 'J1' IiO.. iery J. C. McClary, S 1 Sales o( tobacco last week over our floors amount ed 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. Tobacco Tobacco Warehouse Co., INCORPORETED, -- M kin 1 a baoklet how to preserve the Penny's Driu? Store. Peoples' rid Danville Tobacco Warehouse, INCORPORATED. Walnut Street, Danville, Ky. Free Insurance, Free Stables, No Charge for Rejections. TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS am now locatod ou Fourth street, wltli the best equipped stable In Dan- llle and will be plad to see yo'i nt any time. And will how th ladl s " oT-ooan- . U(ttC viuier.aker and Embamrr STANFORD, Touue 167. KY- - CuS it Hi I'GKKYVILL STRISRkNGAR Q. & C. DUI'OT' Danville, Ky. 9 Tt"y Hums i'tiou mnmittwxittmmKttitmittnmtH IMlPW'JIII!!! s ' iiy r