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The Stanford interior journal: February 7, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911020701_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: February 7, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - N VOLUME XXXVIII. The Stanford Interior Journal NO. 10. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, 1311 $1 A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE V. -- i the hnd mnny lotlng friends and rola II. Higglng' store. It was n little aftir vcro ringing, Run wore ed and WEST END PIKES IN 'tltes who mourn her untimely loss FROM THE WILD there were In fact all kinds of none COUNCIL ORDERS o'clock when I vont to the como-t'-rI stopped my horse In the drive HftRRIRIF QHAPPli',le waB an artIenl "ellover In the SALE OF FRANCHISE llUiUUDLLi OllllEi Mnstcr'ft unvor fnlllnir earn for llioio nj ncnr t ho grate, lint ho became so .blooming In the yard, but since that lint lovo Ilhn. She" Joined dcsllcss nml pawed so much Hint I thee( o had two rain Imcr removed lilm to the fence nrnrby RAYS HUSTONVILLE CORRES. Christian church here ten or tweUe FRANK RIGSBY WRITE8 BACK TO and several AND CITY ATTORNEY TO PROSE f tintlr.ul nIfinA ut tnA lillrtm.1 lilitt yenrH past. At the burial the Itcv. C floats, nnd thing froje tho last FRIENDS IN DEAR OLD LIN- PONDENT BECAUSE OF CUTE TELEPHONE COMII. Illaln of the Presbyterian church nights. ihu Made by Mrs. Harrison That ",p 'rave- - i,rw,,R Tho sun unities HEAVY HAULING COLN. brightly PANY IN THE I every made every one leel tholr Indebteddny, but It Is ceol at night, FROM CASEY itiuiu lim kiwt nil inf mjfii, rutin tii- COURTS ness lo him, for his able, earnest nnd She Opened Saufley'sTomb (T I hnd begun, and dug on until near f"ul c,)mf?''t8 " blankets nre needed Tiimoii, Ariz. Keb. 3. Hip ilpn.irtpil unlrli throe o'clock in tlio morning when for every hod. lliistonvlllo, l't'h. G r.onvlnrlntr nlrn fnr Dear Interior Journal' readers The Stanford City Council wen' I hnd readied the box in which rested If a Kood road meeting could be as well as all tnosc yet living. you will allow pac.. In vo'ir' T,"cn the county scat of IMma right to ilie bat at Its meeting oi If DECLARCS THE LORD IN VISION . ,.0rf,n N(l one molested me: I held hero at anytime It might he Mis Celtic Logan leaves thin week paper for a few Items of interest of cmnH tho metrbpolls of Atlzonn. Ihursduv nlslii nf ln.( umIi. It TOLD HER HE WOULD hmid no noise Tlio Iord was wild redound to the Interest of tho West lor lllrnilnghnm, Ala., and hence to my trip through the west. I will try to anti ,ne educational nnd bnslncM cen- final passage to an ordinance RAISE HIM FROM THE (iriPj my bavmr worked uy my fitioijKnd of Lincoln The pike radiating Klnrldn for a month's visit In the laud comply with my promise to some or tcr 0 "1B territory, Is located on a 'directing the mayor lo soil n frnnchUo DEAD IF SHE DID .hut lor his grnco I could have nevtr u nil directions would Ilkoly profit by ,of Mowers. the I. J. renders and tell or some of P'a'eau overlooking the Santn l'ruz'for a telcphono company to operntp THIS. Myers & Vaughn nre buying some done w luit I did for tho work wns hant tholr resolutions and Judge llnlloy of nntl Hllllto valleys, surounded by the In 3tonrord. Directions wcro nlso glv the happenings along my journey. When I reached tho tnii.nl the box Lincoln und Judge Wells of CtiMT splendid butcher cattle nt 3 cents. Snntn Kiln On f lanomlior in 1QIO I hnnr.lo.l Tortillitn. TllKCnil. nnd rn lii Cllv Al(nrn.tv .1 II In(nn n Mr. (Seorge McKliiney ami wlf l'OMwidng apparently, the suhll- - ' n iinnhlo to net it off however, county would wnke up nnd stop tho On foot- - take in to the courts at once n suit tc tn nftornoon train to Loulstllle from L'nlnlinu mountain ranges. ' mest faith, such ns .hall enable a. 'Ned to nrun u oir with Ilio end nf slaughter of their ptht. The plko leiurneu troui tholr protracted visit, Htmiro,(, variety, prlnnclpally Jack rab - test tho rights of tho company to dc Arrlvlns In Louisville n ,.,, , .,.. ,..,.. , .... ... lnp lnuo mil It seemed to be screw- - .between McKlnnoy and Mlddlebtirg to Oklnhnmn. . .. . , ., . lolletor lo move n mountain, Mr uu; nine, i spem me mgiii ai ilie inuumuiu, tiui iiiuim in muoiucab i.. iuv uif nutv, nuuu n Misses Plosslo iind Pluroncp Taylor, Harrison Krldny nftertioon rnnnfosscil ed i and I was finally forced to quit and between tliln pluce nnd Liberty Wlllard Hotel. Next morning I was . "I"i 'otton tails, blue pigeons, Scnorn lcal franchise, and to prosecute l lhat she had opened the grave of without sight of his face or feeing. are being horribly- mangled by trains handsome girls or Dantille, were with np by seven o'clock and on my wny doves, qmill, wild ducks, Iwnr Hie ordinance previously passtd Ueo. ii. Ramie) In IlufMlo cemetoiy ""' promise of me i.oru tinmen. I 0f wagons, hauling di.ring the soft their sister Mrs. J. II. Yowell Sunday. to Illinois Central depot, whero I Durj'ain Hon, wild cat, coyotes, nna In for jo operating IhM .Monday I night, confident th.w started home thinking to secure a weather, between these points. IV There as much discussion of the chased a ticket calling for points men- - In soino remote places, wild hog-t- . nice slin had lilted oft the top ol the rcrowdnur, and return but It bciniiie',i0r the law they have a right to slop tloucd. Princeton nnd Paducah, Ky.,j Tucson has nn elevaton or 2,400 feet mnttcr, but the will of the people. Art Exhibit Rules Tlle Population Is outer box, nnd seen his face, tho Lord Hfil while I w,i out on .the Danville B t,H was(p of money and should Ihc Council fight this matter out Memphis, Tenn., Jackson, Miss., Newabovo the so"would inlsc him from the dead. Alone hike, so I gave up the Idea. I could at fncr, rlndge Dlik Wniten Orleans, La., Houston, San Antonio tlmated- at ::!, 000. The city Is wellf it takes all summer, prevailed and suppled with .schools, there being five, the ordinance for isale of a new fianand unaided "save for the help of my I'M no help for I Know of no ouo Ii. 'while In office anted this county much ANNOUNCED BY WOMAN'S IM- nnd Kl Pnfco Texas. PROVEMENT CLUB SEVER Sat lor at my side." sne said, sho dug whom I could placo any confidence, money by tils timely actions. (Jet I airhed at Kl Paso at 0:HO a. m., largo ward school buildings, bcsldoa.thise and for prosecution of the com-o- n AL HANDSOME PRIZES open the grate with n spade, working 1 Hopped at a spring nenr the Lewis i,ugy Judges and Immortalize your- alsty thoutand dollar h'giipnny, went through finally. The peo-tliICtli, staying there December OFFERED. e from shortly alter lx o'clock In the CurlU place and got me n drink for I 'selves. want to know whether the East the afternoon of tho 17th. At school building. More than 1M.UU inciting until three o'clock tlio next wn 'alnt. I nUo wnghed some mud West Iind of Lincoln county this point I visited ray aunt, Mrs. C. P'1 are enrolled this term, nnd oter Tennessee Company Is empowered to Much interest Is being moused "iy shoes, and gave n sklit to rlaijua title to the worst turnpike Thinking that the box lid morning. W H. 'sixty teachers arc employed, and In raise It? intcs here whenever It sees iiiiionc the senior sex in recant to the K. Johnston trormorly Mrs living nearby to clenn. Ioa,i v .is ewed down and unable lo raise Kentucky. The road in ."o- Brt Cxhlb. on Feb. 11, announced two Hutchinson) and my couslnn, .Mrs. W. addition to thebf, there arc nine pr1n - ,flt nnd whether they are compelled to tnrew my spade into a poo or water tlon is Horn Mt. Salem to Sim's branch t sh, had started home lor a urew stand idly by and be forced to pay in Ken- - II. Pender nnd ramlly. I had a very clpala, ' crossed the bridge oter the creek at 'Jlnsley place. Trains nl from W weeks ago. While otherofcitiesstem ai pleasant visit with my relatives and; Tuscon Is the site or the I'nlverslty (What It pleases for tho service. Most when daylight otertook her and driver wc ,0jnc oxhlblts . !, vt i", Ail,nn he knew that her labor had been In beyond Sam Castello's house. I catno to 50 heavily loaded wagons nil from LH" , neon coumy t,an bf. lirOlm. IG 'fxnrwl l.l ltn.n u Shflvlnw vifcj n Jll rT ... idviiii, ilfl. 1,m score of piofes- - of those who had the phones removed md.j n .ii.iti.. i.i.ii iif. " He first raise In the rates was tulu. With lenrs In her eye and no t'ck to town wlthcut go'ng homo for'('ailJy COunty traterso this road dally lmk'c a f(ne display of home talent 0W luliabltants, and everything as sors and teachers, and Its hundreds I wanted to have my luirre used. bill' '.. onj Lincoln county pajs the attempt nt dissimulation, she declared 3h In a much students, and nlso or the United wane, tlMC naa tnem put DacK, rcanr. crayon, pastel, wnlor modern nnd upto-daIn oil painting, .. . . . that the IxirU appeared to her In a ' was convinced rrom his rcstle.sness ovcr sumtner to rebuild this samel . cnlna, enibroi-- . larger eastern city. There are several States Agricultural Kxperiment Stn - 'BB luat luo uluuer euoum inn ue ' ' Saturday night nnd told her to 1" U' graveyard that h's shoe, were ro3d. tislon uuu "- cement uusiness nouses unucr con- - tion ana uotanical laboratory. h fl nd other haudl irere u uu do thlh thing. She said thai ho gave oo small nnd wcr hurting him. 0) AdJm Silteslcr Nelklrk anited ntlprl,,' structlon there at this time, ono of, There are many fraternal orders, Mayor and th0 Council are elected to The following rules hate bei'ti l'cr swett asmrnnce that onte sh 1;nU t1"""' a11 "1,," off a"'1 larger oncj tlie home of his pnreiits on the Jiunboi sJnnl,..l f..m fl.n wMI.lt ivhlch will be twelve stories high. here, many of them occupy their own "present tho people nnd look out for took the old one home to roaa ncflr Smltlv's school house last "" h..d neen the face of )oung Saulley In company with my cousin Miss hr.nriJ.cme btilldlnns. ,u Nearly all of.their Interests, it Is their province to Th nunr . .. . .. .! .nmnAl .(, n" another horse. 1 then went week to bless and ervB HI lovln ihlllty. Kach piece he would riilse from tho dead. Sho k. uutcninBon, we weni to jua- - gt.nied, and many of them have large, """ """ nnM nnAAaM must be caiefully belleted that It would be a. the I.ord home, but when the men came later ,iarenti through life. name and price also. 1' re, Mexico, and visited places or In- - ,hc regl0us organizations are reprc,w or auJ" other corportlon to respect umkrt with son or Mr. and Mrs bad Mid( sho declare.!, and could not know lamedlaMy what they were af , le iS.ear-olw,hl)U(, ,Q d t 1C terent, among them being the market an attracUve pIace8 0r warship. The,tno Pe0P,e'8 "Bht- whin they began to Investigate u. . noyj of Uenova Is down with ' do otherwise than obey his mandate. U a understood that City Attorney hlhlt Thc work mtl8l aI1 be ,,evor place, Jail and the old church. The CathoMci aro by far tho strongest do--l blng. and after they had left thought hCVere cilHe of measles. He has m.. MrK Harrison's sensational confes , an(, market place ls a ,arge building, with noraInat,on, and their Cathedral U Pa5ton wlU Puah tno raatter at ortce' nm .,... ... synipainy oi mo enure couiiiniiuiy m bring the ssue Deiore tne courts wi ss mauo lo uouniy juage uaney '",u Mon will be received by tlie committee of stores f all kinds under the same magnUlccnt, a pIace or beauty nna things quieted down so the feeling his alfeclion rrom the Tact that he Is at the earliest time possible. r the conrt house here lato Friday club loom In the roor, partitions limiting space lo each arrangements, at the Mayor A. B. Florence will adverU.o i.fternoon at her examining trial. Shf wight not be fo strong against me. tt wutc, ni attends the Danvil'e D & StnlelV.nkfcTm.tl-- a Several beau dealer. The Jail Is o rude atfair Tnero aro two dally newspapers! e Ie tho,T"l,, hal fo,no t0 l,1 r,8Ml P,aco for D. lnRtltule. wm brouglii to Stanford from ,,., a franchise or sale lir.il prUes will be nwarded. by a Most or the prisoners are kept In flnd d()zen wcek f four A ,cry satagu mad dog passed up Iuiihc of her uncle. Peyton Compbell. eMdcnce and found It, so I left to visit iarge,antl due nUClW"' the yard with high walls aiound It nn,.ctrnt j.i.Irc; one ifrlie .to be egtabUshmenti half a dozen ot wek biting dogs mid .all-- d the "popular pilze" shall, b- - and a shed to sleep under, A r.w re down In Casey, whither shp had ln' ,mcl ln Casey county, who had u- (jrcen river ta elcc. pany to of Appeals n the ftankfo t nousc glx Jobbl When I tnttlu. He bit u fine calf of Mack me to come. Court Med cm Tuesday night, as she says ccntly asked confined In cells, open on two sides. f nwa,ded.by the choice of the public. 8erv,c and M hetto tom nlm . or ue ' wl10''' B,ory l'lllott's nnd a cow of Major Toombs -- , lluproveineIIll and convcnleees or ?u'fc that she might be out or the way until ot th(,ro "" ach person t.,.lng.,he exhibit wil, avyJron oars thorough explicitly, might know the truth." and had to I .n, 0r which ent mad he ihc alialr had died down and tho that he u,v "" have the right ot castlni: a tote tor r ajj up.l(Hjate clty, Ti,e streets are, test of the questions Involved and he killed. feeling agulust her might be softened. Vi'lted Crave Often. and ten cents a day lor rood. The ail one artule In Hie loom which gradedj wUe and c,can rights ol tho people will bo made. "y Rowan SauJler ft brother of the dead Harrison wa, anxious to clear, The two year old daughter or Mr leem mo- -t worthy Irom three church Is claimed to be three hun-- ( whne wa(er can be obtaned. In- - I Tho council entered Into a contract Sail-in- . Toung tnnii, finally found tho wotnan,'un ovc,.y pornt in th0 case and answer aud Mrs. S.1111 Ilastln. ol Mt. ....i-- ... ilred nnd fifty Years old. hut Is In a u-i.. tj)n e o,lgooU state or presevatlon. davlnK been t and Penn.non tjr the sdde.?' one i5ht las, ,ftcr an unceasing search of almc. a cd all quelon!l ,ml ,0 her a, vu ' tonstrUCllon or a concroio ... . .... ... ...- -- i.t 1111ln.1l Irnubte. belliei ,1 n 1... .k...f..t uu 1. ..1.1.1. ...tnt.' . ... mat sue was me teueu .t. - rainn.lnlo.1 - fnw venrs azo. lih -- . ni-. ttnnrt, niui hhi. nc .uiiir.i ine amcie receivniB mi.snoaumiiied .its Kinti .. w,.r: ... w , .... ..- - .. !., . ...-- U I IVULVI ItUllVA DllCCL n.--, , aat un we wuu.e ' trlentlcsiness or a bloodhound, with- - Ionian who had auked the sexton a'ck less him votes will recelte the popular Ag my ,tem is siting to be so ino if r tiT!l.' The Klscal Court -- ' .. . i.-- v 1 tta, back to hi 1'aso anu ieei Mrs. J II. McAllstcr. or ttay out sleen or rest. ,f Ui,8 does'"" about two weeks ago what would be r(,a,r or " I ..... .. .. . 1,1 . 1. i....i , . .w..u (uc cost. 01 laxiug up ine ooay 01. r.... iii...i i.niiiHwitiK friends anil roia-- i Only those rcsiuing ,1 .. . " .. In tho l!n fed Stnten-. Jiirnln ,...!-.-- o -i basket,' i,M iimv grldge on Cut Off pike. oum vu.i.Mi. " '" iiv"i not Hnd the dreaded waste bulld n new .. I arrived ln TusCon at li!::so a. 111., ., ....... ... nu...... .. mnlnt1i- - unSalnnn. ,r,--. th.l Ihn utmn la ... tit es here a week and with Stanford ly ran enter or receive ft prtae. anon. My mora on the 18th day ol December. fd at least as far as her icllglous fer- - - Knew whoic his gr.te was,-- ' said friends a teek n .1 Pie Woman's Improvement Club of cousin. JOe M. Hobbs, met me at the , wishing tne 1. J., anu us man, llrowu the r. tet- U concerned, County Judg Ualley fcj,c "lor I tlHited It licqu-nll- y: In Up Against It 'iStaa(oA w, Khe ,lle prizes awarded, a prosperous New Yetr. ' held htr over to await the grand Jury fKCl Just as often as I could. I win man in this county being 10... is serl- j(idge The bll3,ncSR men oI train and took me to the home of bin. j am -b l ul l'01y - w-- m,,M aunt. Mrs. J. C.j iHiion, unuor juh. as ii was laic iui-- i ibpt e every Sunday. will glte the popuHr prize, mother, and my After church I FRXNK TKIGStlY. ARE WOMEN ON NEW 1J. V. Hobbs. of he hud no friend here, she was tak- - V0U() H)cn(1 he nom hour tilore und of town. Kxj,iblt to be open 2 to 4 p. m.. and Wheat, formerly Mis. .. A,mth. 0ur county, where I was welcomed your LAW. . xl,!,s en to the refcldence of Jailer Dink .,a. ., 11, .1,. i.unch of flowers. He 0 r Kennedy, rofnil,,- - cit . . . tiy all the family. Parmer lant nUht KmurdAy morn- - was terv dear lo me. Then came the " l""" hr-- i lnll ,ft nls Kefreshments served log. n she was unable to furnish ,oril t0 me nnd toW me Jull ttlUt ,0 Goode this week. , Jlurlng the following day, probably j lreo Ti . .. tfll , i,Piitp,! 1 was dolne his will Members of the Woman's ImproveOur South "Paw Twlrler' Milton, liond. she was glten final trlsl In the llo 'not less than So vlsltois called at ... comii.t .. .. ...... tt 1I1.. 1., nninir SAYS OKLAHOMA IS BEST STATE ment Club of Stanrord who rostered $7.- by a jury ounlry court and lined whpn , C0(l nol ,ifl fce b(u t()nJ:icCotmack will play ball the Sho will in all probability have to , W1 f iUnenile ,or , waa ((K1 Wlak seahoil vrJtU the Alirany. (Jeorgia twir lb, cit ordtuance against expectora-tloBrodhead. FOR FARMER. jjiiy goublliif, but most or thum wuie upon the side walks ate In a ninnln 11; J..II lo pay this A lunacy ,f) With, 'meiely curious to see the newly arriv- le south Atlantic League. Th(J faa ,nat (h(J ,0) ja(, ln I . . ,, Vv quandary. Alter having appeared bevariant has been Issurd ngalnst .her ilW uu record ot wlnnlnC 17 out ol 2",I . . llV ,.. nl jawe 110m . 1. ..... . i Uroken Arrow Okla.. Jan 21. MWJ o.- near mis p.ace cl? jouniry fore the board or council and secured .r. wltU , i.on which she will be tried. last hcaton. before taUlhC ly. I Mr. .Mini uanu-us iui- - -" "eadera of the 1. J.,'- "' " IV t.' I " ot who at present engaged In lo.n.h. II1IIIK llllj. "iCaught in Casey er. he Is sure lo lead lhr!"tl nieut that she did the work alone for I'I''1 HlllnUy undur the' .. ... It m arly Kilday moiuing when ..i.i. . 1... ..1.1 g J (iikt ttahittl io IP! GU 't"'V''I1.t.y .,.. nii.i A..IU. ton In the com ... Miisoii ,... uu is in in, . Bii.i n..m. r..nf..ril Xpw ll.imiwjug of iiioonsliiiitf , or l.. , r"V iisiust the propofltion of ine ,,, ' " "" ' Ihl.uui'a - - eU': Itowan Saufley found Mrs. IlarrUon at :."" .""". ."'Jvn - . -. nn. -- .t... hnndoM shlrd to. been awaided a .. and that I anl still anions the living? .. - !... ...I... nate risen 11. ior 11 was neuner sciott fitting the new law nIorced, , ,.. ... h( hlllii ot hur uncle In the hllW ot . " biholawhln rrom tho Mate OI ivcnand Is golnj to try to beat l.i ....... . wlurv e.1 nnile,. .i.,wn ., "um "' "'" '""""'"" thtiiigh tery anvlottk for Its pas;. ex 1.' In II,.. il.n.l.nm, II tl ll.lri..- - Im.k I 'u6 a .1 ..u..-ii... .....-...- .. .. ( ase, .....j und he started at once for uici.'.. Uid rrty.)oIlls ,u Ule ,ast weeI. g3ue Mrs. Harrison told hur story in .1 mord. piess a heattency against appearing m voles last jea,- and received me out it) his automobile and .lowed , M:nlord with her They diote ull manner which convinced everyone hj) wM S.MI. for Albanyi q wt. l. lme. day reaching here about five o'clock . . . Vote till, year, inai means a u.e .1 great uuui ..1 me ...iuuuu...s , 0l). a(Joftl,ug slatt.t but wa8 8ur. .court uud ptoietuting the violators. So ., . They begin uer inai sue ...-'.ucneteo ever) If.. In1ii Ilia Ion m who 11 e is nu in couuiry. .mi i.urgus ,y nrlt'loii lilti ftlatl1a far 110 111 rests have been . made or deal for .Mr. ii.uncue. tlui aftoitioon. Nhuk that nt last thc worn iiearu said a Mf,.n IfftfM i j. Linn .. . f craitil Iw ilia rnoiilnr V mil. r she r .! tolur Rhoullkh mU. C"'ar work inarch& 1st uome tiiienn.'crMil a inree )etiik nre ......" !! mm. iinniru, 111... ncuuu I I nl. .j., ii'in" " 10t ,0 IV SVC toUIUI UOV- MID invuun .l i.. -- "- ' viinmn gnoul had at last boon capturOklahoma for this is come nir,l,ciuari i.u t... Hon being heaven dliected. Sho is.uati. rnariesion, of Kugland alo was. for a long time. Lancaster cor- - ip rjnMt W,1M and con. belt there MIIUieu ,0MCC omcers ol u,e flT lor ed, spread quickly uim a large crowd rllle. Kin. are among ihelr'c,''rd nlinm IK VMrw nt nef nnil' line ltofin . JuCklvOnSV 'i'trlhiiii nl (Mj nnllnnrwo I1naL r paper. lUltlVIVII Ki0H each year to uerray iratenng ex lespondent to yuu llIO li.ul irnllimed 111 town to gefa sight of ,u i...u, nf... w.,st,.r stale, although wel1.... , , ... . i.li-. Ii 1., ,.r a uicml.er of the HaptUi cl.ch many Iiet nliivl . 1 1"'uu'u '" ' ut ... w.iue biieiit twv. data witti my coutiiis. )BVP11 1 ttUj a ,an her as she was brought Into town Ponn fuur months. "cltrnllDtu l,,ul InMr. (lay Whit.', a natlte of our ago shr was A yenrh I. r is raon,h" ,,n Jame While nnd John Colyer. both nut iu0 wheat crops look fine, ntid WfB unwull'H ol Jubthe. several of th M fully and )cart. "f Suul.'oy, Sheilfl, W I.. and sot. ot Ino White Is home iiom her second husband 1' M leading women took upon"hcmslvc titttir olfli'cr. She was laKrn at onco li.111it.011, well known riirlotigh from the l'lilllppino ihen two months tacation for travel formerly ot Kentucky. They are rail- baVen't bad any snow this winter. limner or thin 01. . 1 ROn-.wn lo study the wn)s of tho othei cuun road boya nnd tsork In the yards hero County Attoiiuo' W. to see the nrico bo ue duty ol watching for offender 10 Ihe office of t unit)' She has three chlldiuii, ono where he has been in I'ncie fraiiik S Uiirrll, vliuto Judge llailey held hei trie. Tills continues lor three year. at good wages. While with them. 1 ,Uu on tobacco. My advice would be(WH)nK the male population, and on daughter about leu yours who mukes fcorvlie. will leave for Kngland In wenl jack rabbt huutlng nnd saw a to my old Kentucky friends, that want, or lhe:u admitted that they hate a ctamliiliig trial hshind c'oned dourit, Mr. liooige Itlggins of Casey coun- Mr. Ramette h..r iioui.i witli her mother and anoth-eto begin his studies 5i0;Sa cr savse. but dldu't kill any t!i v. it), hom-denrli only in t' ruii.ru not lo pass up Coodlv lUi or names. She was told slat it es or the Saulley ty aged Vi years and well known in ilaugllter ill Louisville. ,, s whlto Is also working In the deur old Oklahoma where you can'tu present Item to tha proper It aHo speaks far Ceorgetown College Inmllv present and a rcw others Mis. died or pne.uuonlA. Mrs. Harrison begged plteously not this community .Mr. llauutte has taken a college ranroad yard cere, anvt says ho made ralso ubuudanco or everything, wheat flclals, nnd appear as witnesses in the Hurt hull uld that khe desired no nt to go to jail. "I did not know what Wednesday evening last. cauie to 111 s moro , onp montl, ber than In . com, cotUmr aud tobacco. I would rouce L'ourt against tne oiienuers anu ti'ino iii'i' vdtlco, but was wlljitig to my punishment would bu" she said to Squire J. K. Helm's court here Mon , course .Mr. uarneite ago with hla Jear on n furm j Keiitucky. cnunt) soteinl years lllio to see a letter rrom some of my they would bo duly punished for their In full believing that nl her itoij Judge llailey "but reared that the law dav was hi let on account of n very father from Jessamine County. He i Christmas was snent with my aunt knob friends, from Way nesburg. Wish, crime. Hete It was the ladles balked. had sluipl) done what wus right would not give mo Justice- for what I short docket. . taught bchool ut this place three years and up to the hour of going to prest d faml.v ami we were all tery lug you nil u happy now year. ind what wtih the will of the Lord. Misses Rose and Margery McCor-machad dono for the I.ord. sho tt'n'nted lo ui ncn nnd proved himself a genllemun merry. On Monday evening my aunt, j i.oue ol them has summoned SCHOOT SING1.UTON. 10 the quenliouliig of County nnd Miss Cochran nccouipanted 1 ! hope you will let nw get away. dsg gheJoo si) p!lH enough courage to personally appear eveiy respecto-aql'aftln, nnrt , d a mimber of I'uiT.e) Uiilch she gate In detnll the pay rtue und let me go for I hato by Joe Will Routt and Harry Camulu 111 every respect. ,te. iuri:i..it m. ymng in court and glv, evidence of hatini "LENA RIVERS. i without roservo nnd btor) wcre ,e3ellt. Ti,e even' opera a 11 tic daughter who needs 11 mother r'louded the show at Stanford n. med glad to make kuowu to the eh, so badly, aud another ill In Louis- house Krida) night und were pleiiMi; ill. n .... (l.un mill liiuii(iiui.iic .1111. lng was spent In games and soclcl Numbuied uniolig tho altrattona witnessed the Infraction of the city on hi good luck and hope lhat fortune appear ut tho Staniord statutes. . 'v M tho woudeiful r.iith or which pnj8 t,ueg and lt wag very well en- which are to with tho performanco. ville bo bfi ns merciful as you can." win 11111 upon 1....1 .i.iu iiuii. i.n inn) opeia lioute tnis wees, is inuij t.ts potstiHsed and how cl6e she ilio denied that she hod watched Mr nnd Mrs. C. M. Slpple nttundol ve t(( com,,Iet0 hli thrw, years tourso )0yAtt1bIe' ,. 1 .11 r...,iemi.er3 famous play made bo well known and .is to the I.ord. ' ,7 ", read raTHSYlUe at the window of Itowan Saufley'3 ine reception 01 .Mr. tome, us ion,- , u,e h, het Brhool , le world nnd v n,arly evcry buulan ,hlUg Mrs. Harrison's Story. t gomery nnd uride at their .Mchinney , lufc0clatlona may early Monday night to sec It 7 lat ' The I.01 d came to tuo the Saturday homu W. ao,d ,o iilil .( Iniii. lit L II ll ! 1dt u til he win. nt home before she tlslted a. of , ve """R11 n bro,,u'r'" Hiulliu, g wRhout nd told ine to go to the cemetery ,. Christmas mends here that lexas. advises a Mr. Georgo T. SchoolrIeld of In Ihe mud r fnd n (Hid open the grnvo ol Mr. Snulley, tracks were round lit! le .tocklnfc m. ice l:a. a No. 1 good job and Is delighted engagement of uioiiilngannomlceu Ihe .tinduw the next I Mid Hint when had duiio this He .no a he ha. gained in weight 1C pounds and , "etc The scenic e.fects are Hue for which he received ,10. MM riello Mwell would bring him back to Ilie. I had ' uiiu Toxa. to Mr. Robert Wallace, or Srboollleld. cast is carried. ThuPlay! MUs Nau Overstroet gave a lltt'e. alu, Itownn Saufley acknowledges his lltniighi a great deal nbout the death 1 Mr. I J. Allen sold his home Satur- - raaica follows I wh Tie wedding will take p.ace the t lory as In tho book, all toclal In bonor of her guests. Mis. of the young man; ho had been my obligations to Deputy Sheriff Hen- day to Mr. A II. McK.iiuey tor clothesjor os .US.i , djd tbjj, , Aprl,. Undsey Denver and Wm Kvye Roger, Ule play nnd , HtoriHiy and wns very dear to me, drlckson and Jailer Richardson of Cas- I'ossesslon to be given In 30 days. Mrs. II. tiurges , I After a vUlt with his mother Mrs. J t their much dtfuiei than many knew. I was t) county who rendered assistance New Year wa cl.part Mr, Ruth dreen. Miss Alice Cum Alter a deliberation of twenty m.n- ,u Kaks ha. returned to Seymore. H k ut tho tlmo of his death, and did and piloted him to I'eytnn Campbell's pbel. nnd Ml.. Nellie Wright of Lex- - u.es the Jury In the case of Urover home. A tartt crowd of ku ,)m,t fa., wUcro he ewI)loyeU on u. book u HniJIe-when joi of till? li.gton attended the runcral services were To llledsoe not gut to nttend hib uncial and want house. Klsh. charsed with tho murder or his pie and some older ones rnii,oad Lena Rlters Ihursday night. to see od to see his, race dace more. So place. Mr Saufley Is nlso great!) in- or Mrs. Dixon Voung. rather Induw. Samuel Welch, at llerea and they watched the Old Year out . .then my Sat lor camo to me and told .tablet! Tor his ralthrul errorts aud de N'ee Wilght ot St. LouU wns here year ago. was acquitted at Nicholas, and considerable or the New Year I. or Kentucky. w brlcU'Uroom corn mo what to do, I did not hetltate. f toted friendship. It wns only after re on Sunday f JJ tin. last week. The terdlct setting in berore leavings Any lck ,f you w,nt tbeM raU6d enough on cne and ol (( "" vent to Stanford from my home 01. periled request trat llailey left Sauf- ! Ycunc was thtt beloved daugh- - lo.th the opinion or tho Jury that Klsh ceitalnly know when In stanrord. nCrw to sttpldy Uole cuut Fl0Mnce. JHo Dantitlo pike late Monday utter-- I.')' tide and inuclit a little ret. til- the OM iCSXT lOf i lUSiiK tar fit .Mi nml Mrs M If iiii-- ul .A. iiiauuu mi imv muv t'.1, nna l..ani,A nt ilia lima tf Dim iimiilai Iidoii and 'louglu a pad fiV'U Mr W wl tic wns blowing id w.s 'orn and uducated here when The terdlct wus greeted with chi'er Complete Confession ANDWOOLYWESTNJiTS'iriii! t". I "' iv 1 - . t,te I ,l"1 Bft ,,, ., - moun-ltJndi- o , tt es-th- - - o "pu-'pl- , '"" "" , or'l'd "' ! lit "e ,., .,, ii" M,i 1 "'v -- .... d '' ".t iv.- ,. d t rr lat bc ben ",,0 '"J" ""-- eep .. ..u... ""r., ZZ"'?" tr, I . ii.:'.. io .... 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Calicoes 5 cents per yard, all best brands, no seconds in my stock ask to sec our black silk petticoat at $2.08. 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 are ready for your inspection. HELTON I111 , Publisher FIUCAY 1VBRY TUESDAY AD i I! Entered at the postofflco ford rs second clas runil. POLITICAL at Stan ' ANNOUNCEMENTS i Ik For Circuit Judga The Interior Journal la authorlxcd to nnnounce Charles A. Hardin as n candidate for Circuit Judgo ot the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrlst, at the ISM I, lection to be held November, subject to the action ot the Demo- - a vSrVs "Cured Neuralgia Pain" "I take in CALL FOR PRIMARY. ! & BE m m a , ' to you writing in that I had a neuralgia pain my arm for five years, and I . . primary election Is hereby call l'olltlrs wa. played fast and furious ed to be held In the several votlnr Kentucky last week. On Friday precinct or the Thirteenth Circuit Court District or Kentucky, consist-Uarrarnight Den Johnson withdrew' from the Cured Quinsy Sore Throat and Mercer between the lug ot tho counties ot Lincoln, Doyle, race for governor against McCrcafy Mr. IIrkrt L. Caulk, of hours of tlx A. M. and four P M and the next day at a meeting of the 134X Wilson St., Wilmington, standard time, on Saturday March 4, IHll, tor the purposes of nomln.uins Del., writes : "I bought a botDemocratic State Executive Commitn DemocrnUr candidal for thc orilce tle of Sloan's Liniment for the tee, the primary call for May 27th whs cf Judce of the Thirteenth Circuit BaBBBaBBBBBBBaBBaBBIBBBaaBBBBaBBBaJi quinsy sore throat and it cured v Court District of Kentucky, to be ft extended to Include the United States me. I shall always keep a This sale will be on FEBRUARY 1st to convoted for at the special election to he Senatorial race. There was practical bottle in the house." held on the first Tuesday alter the Respectfully yours for tinue through February, ly little opposition to this step, tfter first Mondiy In November, 1911 to ft an honest deal. the withdrawal of Johnson from the (III thc unexpired term of said office Q governor's race. Before Ue most ot caused by the death of Judge M. l Saurioj. the friends ot McCreary were opposed democrats who nro legal voters e to the senatorial primary becauso shall be entitled to tote in said priHUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. James the strongest candidate for mary election, acd are requested to do so. senator was a warm friend of Johnft if. An) person desiring to become son and the McCreary supporters saw & n candidate for thP Democratic noml a chance for Johnson and James to office, shall, not Int- ft nation for said gives instant relief from rhcu er combine against McCreary with both than 8ati'rday, February 18, 1911, matism, Iumba-go.sciatic- a, Rivo notice of his Intention so to do, running in a primary. BB3H ft m in writing, to O. I.. Penny, Chairman neuJohnson's statement upon announcot the District Committee of the Thiring his withdrawal from the goverralgia, croup, & teenth Circuit Court District, and In s, O addition, shall, at the tlni0 of giving nor's race was a great surprise to sore throat, such i.otlce, deposit with said chairmany, who believed that he was a O hoarse-nes- s man the sum of ISOO.oo, and no pr-f.o- n game democrat and if defeated would i falling so to do shall he permitted and chest take his medicine like a little man to becoTie, or to be, a candidate at ft v.. suid election He claimed that he found prejudice pains. ft 4. Said district committee will ft against him so strong on account of Pi!ew,25c.,50c. &1.00 meet at the orilce of Its secretary, In ft the fact that he was a Catholic that Danville, Ky, on Monday, February Sloan! book on he refused to remain longer In the liorMt, cattle, Bring this coupon to our store I'O.th 1911, nt 'i P M, stnndard time, ft We have a rei( r r3BBHbh and poultry aant nnd U at the expiration ot thc time ft contest. Mr. Johnson declared that ularsizc jarol the and do as the ad directs. ttr. Aditrri. flxert bv section three hcreol, there ft he had heard of three Judges of the Dr. Earl S. Sloan, We will then give you absolutely famous Palmolive bo not more than one candidate for court of appeals saying that they Boiton, Mm., V. S, A. ald office who has compiled with (or you. It free a fuH size jar of Palmolive Cream would not vote against him on acthe conditions of section 3, then won't cost you n Cream which wc ordinarily sell for tno committee shall resolvc Itself Incount of his religion, and ho further 50c cash. cent. to a nominating convention, nnd shall declared that a uewspaper man ot declare, such pcron to be the nomiCut the coupon (fc You'll find this cream the no" Frankfort had been sent to the Eighth nee for tho ofllce. nnd shall rerund MISS ELIZA POLLOCK. delightful thing of its kind ever from the Nov. is to such candidal., tho amount deposit Congressional district and a "news-iJipe- r made. sues ot vjooa el by him, less the costs then accrued placed at lib command" to A Beautiful Life Ended. ' tor advertising and preparing for said si Its en scL pi.iS.PocificMonlhly.Red" Incite his prejudice against him. .u On the morning or January 23, mil. election. , Woman's Home Companion, tirely new every uewspaper man In Kentucky 3 Tho polls shnll be eptned In s' World. Uncle Remus' Mafi- - and has will bear out who rendu the country Miss Eliza Pollock was called from tach nd every voting prerluct ol all tho papers, the few newspapers which cur midst Into the presence of Him tho counties Invotingdlrtrlrt nronaid all the . DccissucsolPcoplc'sHome In tho regular places. Designer, New quality of were supporting the candidacy of .Mr. whom not naving seen she loved. i..l, Delineator, b. Upon the closing of thc polls Johnson had a great deal more to say Blue Book,Grcen Book. Nov. rnlmolivc XfLHBSSrSRkVB&w?' She suffered Intensely through thu Uie oiricen shnll proceed to count make return, and In th0 billots and ' Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th ooap, the and agitated the question or his last uays of her life, but seldon. so doing, shall tobe governed by the far more than those papers which lb been such lortltude In suffering provisions or the general election law Ly Evening Post. Nov. 6th queen of all toilet soaps. were opposed him Regarding the and such perfect trust and assurance and tl'e returns stnll be made to the ' Look in the magazines for the utcJ Sunday Magazine and A. CARSON, STIRRING TIMES. chnlrmin or the respective counties H. newspaper man who came into the In the last trying hour. coupon. Bring It to this store. ..ocicted Sunday Magazine. V In the district, who will deliver the Klghth to fight Johnson, and who start Miss Pollock leaves one slstei, Mrs. stub books, the certificates, and any PENNY'S DR UG STORE. e are having In tho building line. td the trouble, tho Frankfort State I. II Napier, of Crb Orchard, and a questioned ballots to the Secretary We carry a lull tine, of lime, plaster, While it Is often impossible to pre- Journal In lu Issue of Sunday morn number of nieces and nephew, to of this committee cement and everything cUe needed Pflblic Sale and Rental vent an accident, it H never impos-t-lbl- e ing said' 7. Th of I leers of election shall be mourn her loss. She had been a faith for building. Kverj thing purchased selected by this committee from tho to be prepared It is not beyond "The second of the statements re ful member or the church or Christ lists to be submitted b thc several here lll Do toiinl of the best Qualianyone's puie Invest 25 cents in n ferred to had reference to Sir. Slmllnn slnco her girlhood. Quiet and retir candidate In accordance with the pro ty and the best for Intended purposes. As 1 have decided to quit farming, bottle of Chamberlain's I.tnlment and M. Snnrlrl- - n fnrtnAi l t.Vfinl.fnr you are prepared for sprains, bruises ing she never sought the publicity but visions of thc primary election law Wo will i.iu you troublo and unucer S. en llach candidate shall be entitled ani like injuries. Sold by Penny's paper man who left horo some months vas ever ready to minister to those to designate, by a written ary expense by sending to us for a notice to Bring us Drug Store. ago, much to the regret of his htm that needed a friend, a kind word or the chairman of each county commitThursday February 23 1911 estimate at 10 o'clock, I will sell my farm ot dreds of friends, to establish himself thoughtful deed. Hers was the power tee In the district .not less than live Eggs, Wool, Hides, FINE PLACE FOR SALEI 191 2 acres 2 at lilg old homo town, Stanford, where to nestle close to the heart, and by days prior to March 4. 1911, the name miles soulb-wed- t J. A ALLEN, Stanford,, Ky. of one person ror each votlnc nro- Etc. I have decided ef Hustonvllle near the Uradfordsvilte to sell my farm, If he purchased from the Walton broth- the example of her pure, sweet llf" tlnet In said county, to act as challen Ginseng, led others on to a. higher and nobler iter and Inspector for said candidate pike In Lincoln county, In one ot the sold within the lieu thirty das, it ers the Stanford Interior Journal, at said primary election. "Mr. satif ley's venture into the news plane of livinc. goes at n bargain. Contains 80 acres best neighborhoods In Kentucky 'J The committee shall meet at 2 paper field as an owner and publisher I "She opened her mouth with s P. M . Standard time, at the office of This farm is well Improved and good of 'and, has on It two houses ono known here at the time to bo dom. and In her toncuo was tho its SecreUiry. in Danville, Kv, on the land, watered by seven neer falling or four rooms and otio or two rooms puiely VT arc In poltlon lodoall klndi of a personal venture. For some of understanding. next day after the returns shall have .uoh at Woe Woik. one nerer falling spring pip. tobacco barn JOx.'O and other buildPHONE 153. springs, been made, nnd canvass the ote ad. In fet, r can ninkn any thine from a two years beforehand, ho had been ing nces.sa.rv, u arss IPX SUlllvMlDS She was surrounded by man mem cast at raid election, and Issue a boa.a down to a Ndo po.t, W can i.rr. ed iStfl a splendid mulfi baja 70.i yon promptlr aud casting about over Kentucky n ben or her ramily when she died, certificate of nomination. arnU work aod mat. rial clall and (rt our prte. ftet furnishing fresh running water Uio balanco in timber, fine water, suitable location to go into the for news- who comforted her She did 10. The oafora you buy your material at latt and line .land. In slUt (of school not face Coinmltteo chairman or the District at all times without having to bs is directed to employ a paper biulness for himself. He had death with any dicad ot fear, but pray pumped, near barn Is corn crib will house and church. This place Is suit- no competent person copy from lorittcul backing here, or else i ed that It might the sooner come, her regular registration to books made the BoM 5&0 barrels of corn, these build- able for two families and Is a bargln . for ... .... Stanford, Kj. nero in Kentucky, in mis venture, wnole thought was for tho loved ones the cities or Danville nd Harrods-burings are covered with best grade ot at the price, lletter come to see me for the 1910 election, the names aim ne nu not go out from Frankfort t ,qulcfc hom she was leaving behind. P. L" Urawiiw, Also new tobacco barn 72x91 fcibout tin. of all Democrats, and the person so as me emissary or any ractlon within CUT FLO WEBS FOR SALE! I.oe took up the heart ot life and employed, shall return the ropleH. cer will hold 12 acres, a good brick C Stanford, ft O. No. 3. the Democratic paity, as Mr. Johnson smote on all the chords with merit tilled as required by taw. to said room dwelling, cistern at door, a'l would hue the Democrats ot Ken- ,ifn.'.u,1,,b.,h,PuWlelh !' . a. Smote the chords of self, that tremb chairman who shall cause ttiera to or necessary out buildings In good relT"l.?Ii'"'.fr,',.U,',, ofcut lowrr.. plant, ol duly drllvercd to thB otflcers or Hec tutky believe. pair, nice orchard, fencing complete!? jllng, passed In music out or sight the chairman Is directed to of wr..th .mak!-Sf, (or Since he located at Stanford he I tier mo uas oeen a long, nappy one lion; nnd be printed ? funeral new all over farm, all In grass but i0 and prepared for caiife to has taken a prominent position amone hp quiet sweet, demeanor has use me requisite number end kind ot acres, farm will be offered In two klcdt.ofvvgtlittiUion band al rva.ooable the ranks of the country editors belug I brought comfort to the bedside of ballots, which shall bear the facsimile tracts of near 100 acres each South ot his signature, and he will procure honored by them with the ofieo or mny a Bick OIIHIHTMANOUKKN rriend and good cheer me necessary election supplies, and NO SYMPATHY FOR UOUMKH. ract has tobacco barn, tenant Uouso writes Lola P. Roberts, of Rd IIudhu, faiiB. THE RIDER Secretary or the Kentucky Press As-- ! into homes where sb wes knowu and cause them, together with the ry i wftrl, .rant .... ,lty,lll,. . ...-- - ,' .. 1ia .7......0 ... Inllou or ririvvr ihn tin.. Vienna, Ala, "i used to be soclation. lie haa always expressed Wd. Her tainlly and Wends will to bo delivered to the officers of elec- necessary. When honestly made JjKrp corn crjfb, out bulldfl'gs and and tion as required by law. bis .lews feurlesMy through the col.;,nM ner greatly, sick.most of the time and Miarantoed harness can be bought t Fall kni Winter orchard, and then offtred as a whol but they should re- Suitings 11. The chairman will cause cop- here so reasonably It Is a man a own i nw "ewPaN.T ran" ' Being estab- member the words of the great poet ies of this resolution. CArtlflrJ hv suffered with backache and Terms easy, made known on day of fault It he takes the risk of burins .i, me cisnta uongressional dls sale, tamo day will offer stock and headache. My Mother, who "Mor blame I death because he bar rhtmselt and the secretary of the com- - from a null order catalogue. TroBt mmee, to D0 postea one at the court by otherv experience aad buy your vm, wmen w me uoine of Senator, Th use of virtue out of life: My new tall crops about COO bales of hay, corn wuier samples iri had been greatly helped by house door ii Stanford, Jnraea U. McCreary, his Frankfort' I wnow translated human life; harness at home. now ready for year Inspection. boss, sheep, 1 splendid Jersey cow Danville and Harrodsburg, ana one in the use of Cardui, got me .ro not surprised that th friends 4 years old, 2 Jersey heifers will be C. MtCLARY, Stantord. twenty other conspcBOus nlacen In the bent on the market : Will bloom to prolit otherwhere two bottles, and I have should support the candidacy ot that fresh In spring, 2 mares gentlo tor Our friends great store of human each county in the District, for not " can suit any one as to price who bai been well ever since." days pi lor tlinn February for tho Oovernorslilp, as orth hn boen lady to drive, 1 his clothes turfa to order. A salt old horse good eiK.,hr less 1911, rorty said noticetoshall also 11, and ofcainsi air. Johnson, of the Fourth. and there It will bloom to profit. In bo published In niado to your measure Is preferabli worker and good driver, 1 year old E49 paeach democratic Congressional distiict. filly, 1 bay horse colt, two to ready tnado clothes a gbrden richer and her passing away per In the district. To bar On motion the commltlee then "Democrats In Frankfoit generall),,,,, tnat wagons, 2 buggies 1 binder, 1 mower, Uieui made to measure doesn't cost the Chilstlan quiet specially those who are not nien).'1.r.rf,ii rnu.in hay rake, disc harrow, cultivator, and Take any more tfia.it ready witn neter a woeo made bcr of the church with which Mr uread. a faltering plows, 1 tobacco setter, 17,000 tobacco quality and III 1 uuaaTr or a look backward- - G. L. PENNY, Chairman. lorua Johnnmi afTlllates. wute Inclined ye.UVnen Uie sticks other things too numerous to In and let u us. hnu mnatura summons came clea and CHENAULT HUCUELEY, Sec'y as e nidation, 2 shares of nustonvlllo It. U Rop.ej in Practical Tailor t The Woman'3 Tonic .terday k.to scout .u. L ridiculous the Luiinot. """ uh- - f..i. ih ,n..w " oh "" '" ""' """ "- , .. . .1...... .,0 mi ne was pruscnu nw,,.a .i,i n!ln,i , -- .... it i,r stock. i.k .. -- v. ...v.. For Mule. -- 6 acres of land right " ..- I . Cardui is a gentle tonic v .l I... uis oppoueutu wimin uio Uem uf I Possession ot farm given March 1, life of kindness and lore behind her, on Maui stret. Two stpry 7 room for young and old women. ccratlo party bocAuse of tils lellgluuti she wrapped, as It were the draperies It'll. For any information call on me. mwb. a largo majority of the mem- or her couch about her, and liy dovwi frame building, 2 halls und threo porch It relieves and prevents N. W. PIPES. es, good tv, o ktory barn,, 'i wells and bers of that church In tins community to pleasant dreams. Such lives as pain. It builds strength. It Hustonvllle, Ky hers land who takes an luteiest In politics, fe6 feeds the nerves. It helps nre not lived in vain, nor such deaths fcpnug aud all other necesstiry out IPl B- HT 1L r--ir BACKACHE, RHEUMATISM, SLEEP the democratic side, were for Mr. endured without their leston brought buildings. Cood tertant hous0 ote. vmTttfii" rt,-the whole system. THOUGH YOU ESCAPE WITH YOUR LESSNESS. McCreary, und opposed to Mr Johnhome to all of us. We nxtond our This property Is easily worth JI.oik Klipumatlsm from a.soiucrrd LIFE. '' Made from harmless son. Democrats lutervlowed on iho tt sympathy to all tho members of the The owner Is determined to sell I'llee Kidney pills hue ' d bevs Pole) roots and herbs, it has no m ojiti, ii lire occurs at your pinto, ou M ero or tno opinion that Mr I) help ou Mic others tho will borcated family. only Ji.t.00. Terms easy. Act quirk not Mini It svteot If thu flninrs le.i.i s, bad Johnson's charges would tall flat, and Miller, Syracuse. N V savs, Koi a does not "Green grows thc grass above tbeo you penniless All your remaining fong I suffered with kidncv tronbltwould not Injure tho party " interfere with the use of Friend of our bitter days, Undertaker and Emlwln? and rheumatism. 1 tad beieip bacl dns will bo flllod with regret that WE PAY any other nied'c ne and can None knew thee but to lovo thee bche aud felt all played out Ait r you hadn't taken out Insurance whbii If troubled with Indigestion, en. Also Dealers in Fur HIGHEST CASH PRICE taking two bottles of Foley Ktdntv do you nothing but good. no nppetlte or feel bilious None named thoe out to praise." you could. Fire Is just as Ukciy to For All Kinds ot Pills my baikacho Is gone and a here niture, Mattingt.Rugi. Thej M E T. Klve Chamberlain's Stoutnch and Uv Try Cardui. It will help J used to 11b awuke with rheumatism Farm Produce A happen to you as anybody oUe. He ,cr Tablets u trial mid you will be will exchange Furnituro for j Foit-pains I now sleep In comfort HIDES AND FURS WANTED 5 wiso and havu us Insure you today you. Your deafer sells it pieaieu witn lliB results. These tab Hidnoy Pills did wonderful things for all Kinds of Stock. Give NOW. for Kale. Small stock of dry good Then fire will not spell ruin foi ou md,?r.h.?th t "om,th anJ "Ivcr notions, Brocerles. and two life pob LAND Ai UUCIIANAN w. Try them now Penr-- ' nmr M Them a Call. Prices Uight. iz the Sold by ties Address. fto-o, U . W. S. FISH JH 131 otanford, Ky M "'' --. In used your Liniment for one week and was completely cured. I recommend your Liniment very highly." Mrs. J. McGraw, iai6 Mandcville St., New Orleans, La. The democratic rommlllce In nnl S tor th0 Thirteenth Circuit Court Din- Irict of Kentucky, met pursuant to!W the call of Chairman U U Penny, at Hi the office of Chonntitt Huguely In . Danville, lloyle county. Kv . on Kri tt day December 16th, 1910 at ' 30 1' M and tho members rrnm Lincoln co.iu. ty Mercer nnd Itoyie were present 'In person nnd the member from Oar lard was present by proxy held dt Chnlrman J O. HontB, ot Alirccr, which proxy wai duly accepted by the committee. Said meeting wai culled to order by Chairman Penny. On motion Cher. V D'llt Huguely was duly nominated and elected SecreLiry ot said committee The following resolutions were duly ottered, Hccondcd and unanimously" S ! I 50 Men's Suits One or Two of a Kind. Ideal n ft ft Knock- - ft ft ft ft about or Work Suits. Original Price $10 to $20. I o ndopted- See ft them in our show window at This Sale is a Bonafide One And No Hot Air. $5 for Choice Spot Cash. It's just like finding them. t 0' ft ft i - Chas. Wheeler, m m Ol-H- i SLOANS LINIMENT ton-siliti- 2-- o FREE a. 50c Jar of 1 Better get one quick. Palmolive Cream isSttB H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. hp m T4 oeooo$fto:Cfv3flOft oaoti"33't ("ij Fresh Oysters STYLE. J I SERVED IN ANY wmmw TlllEPETnML roll-r'o- ii . Carson's Restaurant. rop. We Want nAU-a.- Produce 1-- 2 - your Poultry, Furs, Feathers, wis-wa- H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. CONCRETING flr.t-cUi. - ( .... I PHILLIPS BROS., g, 'Every Month' ,? ,... ttt .... mr J Thcj-compri- -- trniaii J telo-rhon- ..! 2 J.L.Beazley&Co., jc-- 1 . after-effect- - -- oiit-patlo- ..I fmg,w. JWakdH-JBa- iiiff j 'xLvi'wrKKmi "jav ' i I wzr-vcstHb- l' '- rd Ky. M8lIIIMIIIlimilUI STANFORD, KY. PHONE 200 STANFOKD. - KLNTUOKY tnnpiu "a TUESDAY, fS far 1911 16 FEBnUAnV 7th, THE STANKOKI) tipecial fountain pond ror acnool use centi, 1 and 91.25 nt Penny Drug PERSONALS. KKNTUCKY INTERIOR JOUKNAL,. SEVEN YEARS OF MISERY SHORT LOCAL NliWb FIELD OARGCN 8EED3 AT T. D. NEWLAND. AND Htorn BAD CASE K Amateur Hypnotist . HrwwwwwmwwinwwiiFWwwiintrwwwwTirBiSsEs - 1 ru una I ... Poley Kidney PHI are a reliable remedy for backache, rheumattam and Tennessee, nrlniry Irregularities. They are tonic writes. begins h holding a pencil close in action, quick In results and nfnrd a ' 'Tlve years their eves and telling them that prompt relief from all kidney disor- ago I took a nt a uma cvory 'ays. are Rolng to sleep. Tho boys usually ders. Shugars and Tanner. very severe month, and no weak: Aim. it. 0'llanx.on npent nevcrul . gi mid then he Ins them speechmak-- j z I could liardly walk. I'ull stock Leghorn and white i'ly cold which In l.ancater last Ing, and otherwise exhibiting. Among lth friends I cramped and had days resulted in niouth Rock eKfca for snle W. U .Mont- backache and head, week. ilioe who havo proved his most capa- - ; la grippe. I Moreland, Ky. gomcry It. ache, and wan no Lie snojcits are llussoll Hrown, Kd W T. West and daughter of never waa Mr nervoti and weak S so bad off. I Ilrndy, Albert Phillips. (hat I dreaded to UmiaMor were here for a short visit Beit companies lowest rate, was In bed z billing O llnnnon was one of the ten anyone or havo taut week. sure your property today with R. anyone, move In tlio bins went on the stage when Oalvanl Mrs. Mallnda Stone left on Mon Newland. room. The doctors day weeks, and to spend tiotno time In Knit wai Kiting his show here, but the Baro me mcdlclno to when I did I ensu mo nt tho an Worth Tcxhu. .'i.'!Lf.....r.. hypliotlst .as unable to do much with j y REMEMBER THE NAME get up I had time, and nald that I ought to havu an Koley's Honey mid lar for all rough,) Since then O'ilannon hns been'm hdu l)i 1M Alcorn of Huatonvlllc. and RRRsHsVBaBBBlBr operation. I would not listen to that, met colds, for croup bronchitis hoaruc- - tonsl litis inlying the mutter tome himself, and y and and when a filcnd of my husband told Hon II U King, of Moreland, were Mr. W. H. Houslsy. "nd for rarkl1K lcrlppe coughs, n? nt It all the !irn he g,n ,C: Idm about Lydla K. 1'inkham'a VeRO-tabl-e Here on .cgal business .Monday. K opiate. Itcruse substitute Fhu IhroaL Compound cnl v. hat It hurt dona "I tried to cure this for eighteen .Mr. (1. Hog was out last Thursday par? anJ fanner. for his wife, I v.ii v Jlllnr to take IL but, qulfkly returned lo his home, for months, but It gradually got worse. A Now I look fiopi-- t if of health an I Beautiful Reception Wauf to borrow 15,500 secured br doctor advised me to have my tonsils anoihtr sta) ol six weeks feel like It, loo. Ii ini'o mjowi.hou-i- . cut out, but I did not like thn Idea. work, hoe my cunlun, and in,' Ik a cow. Thompson, of near Dan mortgage on good real estate tor one Miss Fanule Another doctor examined me, and told I can entertain c. mpany and enjoy guest, of Mr. K. J. to three years. Box 17 Stanford, Ky BY LINCOLN COUNTY GIVEN me the same thing. I Anally got a botthftra. I con !.! :. i I dioote, and vljV, was the She went from Hrown lust week WOMAN IN FRANKFORT. tle of Peruna, and after I had taken waiK m :ar n& r.y cniirary woman I We have plenty of coal at ihe rliht one any day In (In month. I wish I could ihere to London to m&ko a visit bottle my throat was belter. I 4 tnnn Dntistitnn m "tlnvAlsMil t r lr A Iiiik tli ' talk tuorerysufftriMgYromanniul girl" bought and upcd a down bottles, and Ine 1'iaiikron Slate MIm Tonnnlc Trancls, of I.anwisler ,no Kjfr c0) yar 62' D:.mv HtTi'rvK. Slkoston.Mj. Jin. saw I waa coins to get well, and I did." ol a benutllul reteptloit ghen b was' the guesl of friends her last 'ITt? tas't sucv.cs.-fu- l remedy in this Mr?. Ahruin Adams, formerly ol Crab I White Leghorn and Ilarrcd Plymouth cortitry for the cure of all form of week. Marshall Herring lio mas here fioui female, romphM i Ii I.jdla. K. PI .': J Oichnnl, nt lin home In the Capital took Ihe train eggs for salo. W. n. Montgon.er Isabelle Wulker lliifctunMlie ttllli hlb bloodhoumls, Cli : ,o to pend sev- - Moreland. ;i(;ei?i,i,Scce.sfuny told of haling trailed the man who ? One or the beautiful events In the I Ued than nnr other rcmedr. It has 'oral tubbed Ui' lo,i tf John Diliioii I. Pari mltl ulr.lnr vrislf.1 fiftnllM ntlfl n Iir.'M -cured thousands of women who have Mr. and Mr. P. J. Jones of Crab, Two nice rooms for rent at my ret' l.el.fort),,, ))iiicnt Q hfp UMof Mrs JXnL-iiHdl9R,aCC.mntln Orchaid. are guest, of her sh,ter. Mr, dencc- - on Lojran avenue. Mrs. J. K Jr lieniugs dogs, burnt nnd 8' A tnmpra, I ; I.ynn. ft T1(0lnns... f p1I10n waR 111 for . nt cully ar--l. H.ei'ello, look the IrreBuUritle periodic pains, backache i'Wani (Jalnca. who has been vllK.rH.v nft. ,,m0' ,'nU' KliznhMii Thnirhrr nas return- - NV- - MeKlnney hai. a duck at hi folloucd il for about foul miles ar.tl ernooii a: lur rcldcnci" on Conwnv and mu. n0Jl0 on Mn Mrccl wh(ih Keerua lo a half, ditching Hie loan suopected arei-t- . moima had failed. Why don't you try It? ' . iil from n nlriisnnl vinit Willi friends nave us many .," uvea as ine proermn of tho crime without iroubJeT He has, Mis. Addanis' nttractlte home was LA GRIPPE COUGHS i Times nU u gol CJlugil bellnd at blrmlngiiam. Ala.-Soin tho per. twice before and nasi llp ,f further beautified for the occasion b Htraln ind nthe system nnd If In renewing for the, I. J.. David Kl- - ,umlj(.r n bad reputation gei'.cial'y. He nal, go, anJ aft,r ft WMj. not checked may develop Into pneuoi nuan wrncs. rioasn (onllnmnent without food or dr'iik Jtoln a lot of euiiildgci, cloihlng v.lilhe gave un added brightness and) monia No danger of this when Foley's iicr, I s'ioc& etc, fiom tnc store. Honey and Tar U taken promptly It continue your most excellent paper ,or , ,, d w.s , t wticonio to the guecta who called is a rellabe family medicine for all for liill. Such words warm the Mr. McKlniiey In aiiiiaruully rnorf fiom thice until hU o'cIock lo inecij ougn, and ro ds. and acts quiekir I v K,t0I..M llenrU of ATTACK LIKE TIGERS. , ex opt wiaknats in the l.gs, A up iu run iiiij- in rnnra ui cruup. the siiest of honor, who With Jlw.i ,n Wrl'5,,l u . to Ml" In lighting to leep Hie blood Wfls Addauw and Miss Jean Iliidianan f -substitute 'SlMigara and Tanner Hustonvllle alter a week'sreturn.Mwith ,,UItJ (J0(, r nH, nt(jr ani( Xvisit LOOff n iltirtk iiu I Mra. II. H. Ilatson of Ijincastor, hat been the snout of Mra. J. II. Milton. Mlsa Jennie Wllotier Is qulto III at her homo In the country, Ashby M. Warren, claim agent o( the l. & N. vaa homo Hunilay. Mr and Mr. If. It. Young npent Hunday at Turneravlllc. Pink-ham- 's All Relieved by Lydta E. Mr. and Mm: V. 1. Klncald visited Vegetable Compound. Irienda In Lebanon Sunday. Plkeston, Mo. "For sorcn year I tleo D. Hopper, Jr., wn at home uffercd everything. I was in bed lor lour or live dftjm from Central University for n few Htnnford, Ky, KarmerH. Warner' Nice lot of Mycn pump the plumlcr and at 6 W 1. OF GRIP Caused Sore Throat and Ton- sllitis. Restored by Pcruna. Mr. W. II. II o u s I e y, Stony I'olnt, LESTER O'QANNON EASILY HANDLES HIS SCHOOLMATES. 3 3 tinner Stanford lias developed Bn amateur lipiiOtist slmv the last visit of the idehi.ited (ahnnl Lestrr O'ilannon Htm ot l)r W II O Vulcan nml Oibbo Imperial Plow, all kinds of ras nerd, and International Stock, and 1'oultry Kood, from Ponco Ilroa, Huy icnuirkabln aiititudo at tho occult nrt.jj: nnd has proved hi powrrs on several' Do has three of his sihoolmatoii -lout txtru Rood "subjects' whom ho liy,moiv at "111. and makes them! lerfor.ii uany ludlnotis stunts llsniion, has shown Wanted: 300 Boys We Are Now Selling At 3 3 3 orfc sW20. ! thyjS HJz tol: I j aevtrat . core r i I To Wear 300 Suits I -- -.. ha3V2; ,M -- rr ylM Wainorouniyihisek,, ftAtlSySl to ..,.. M. I . - Half Price. STANFORD, KY. TOPP IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER A MARX 1 meret jr, ,,.,,. MM ai0l Service. D Cj- - rz I. uv ':,uslui' ul "'" "u wnw at Trv thein voui lienlth 'cisEiis were banked, and an linnion.i I'onnj V Di up Sioie. bunch or these flowers In a siher I $3 EACH. vase forn ed tho centerpiece for th 3 assistance. T. A- table. Around this centerpiece were Tor Sale. -- Turkey gobblers. Itlco When we speak of "service" 'silver candlesticks hoodec in white " rendered to customers we n a,,d Bl,'Cr nud, A COLD PNLUMONIA FOLLOWS mean the best service, all that tl.it never follows the ue of Ko'.ov's.hile tho green mints. Tho cliandt Honoy and Tar, whleli checks th" ler wr.s wieathed with smllax nnd you reasonably expeet from cough and expeU the cold M. Stock- - tut. (iteiif (1 glow or tte litht which your bank.. Our service InMo. snys- - " beats) well llniinlb-ila 1 eon- l all the remedies I ever used cludes a hundred one little denntcd ii liml cold and cough and was Rave an added beauf) to the scene delicious salad course, with hot tails, all of which go to make inreatened with pneumonia. One hot-'Honej and Tar Com jdioeolale followed bv an lco tourso lie of custoour patrons "satisfied . pletel cure.1 mo Annpacf, jum a ,h nIlo ,ooke(j af ffcdlclne Shu mers." rellnh'e I liisehold ter the material comfoit of the guests i.ir nnd Tanner II you have had no business were: .MUs (lenevleve Posey, Miss with tMw bank, we feel confi. MUs Virginia n fiiini'k ... ....... of ilie criii Is often fof , Mahou Montgomery, dent you will appreciate the a ueulstent consli. 'MUcli to ' ,,,,0, .1?ft gnlly Pace. .Miss Oladys lowed nnnv p'oves a gieat tinnoyaijce trvlce" we can render. loJnun j,U. Mniy neiie Hobson. Clnmberliiin's Couph Ttemvdy Ka,"ey and Miss good!"" Jc,inIc been extensively ued and with wore .Mrs. I nomas ror the relief and ruro of this Jane Addanis. fuecess couph. Many cnhc have been cured wide mcisallne veiled in wblto lace, after many other remedies have fall- - wm, )eill-- i trimmings Jtns Jmr-n- u ed. Sold bv Penny's Drug Store. me- jat. wng fi0wnoU in all amthj-s- t Mr? Addants Ui6t. Sundii) night a ladles goldllr.,) veiled In chiffon gonneu m a ' ""," watch picture of eldeily lady in baoK Jtnre. 10- N'otilv Miss Sudic Kills MONTGOMERY MAbbtY, Announcement lint "Lena Klver STANFORD. KENTUCKY J l. ..Massey and Miss Uifie .Mont ACCUSED OF STEALING. lll be ofered at tho opera house ron eri burpriseu tnetr many inenus ORGANIZED IN J882. of Clinton Me., K K. C.uonberlam next Thursday evening Kcb. 9 nalu.a. , " CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. llucklen's Aiulca Salve on the oveulng or January -- wn byIv brines a thiol, of jo) lo oir PlJ- - u''dly iRcnscl . SURPLUS EARNED. S22.OO0. sting from burns ov driving out to Rev Ballou's and havHAC. PAtn HM niVIDF.NDS. S2I6.5O0 soers The bcok of the eatue nam-- ; scald the pain innii sores or an lug tlle ,mptial knot tied by that gen- .listless riom nous or p, cs. temat v)ri jakKo.v is a proaperous Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety from which n.ulai. Pointer mane ho. Muds-t- he tlrnmuttzatlon U by - Mrs. Maiv .1 -or this vicinity, while We Solicit Your Account. Boxes for Use of our Customers. Deposit TtJTmSVrhSrll.'S? llnlmes, which absures a fln.tclni " na a hiallne emedy Its ecpial don I his bride la a most lovable joung play with plenty of comedy and a pro-- exUt " Only 2" cents at Penny's Druc'wommi of McKluney. Ho hns tho con- BIRECTOr. OFFICER. fU.iU Of turtle. A vi.Mtiu Oubu !S oi"r. erauiUlions of.hia many friends on I. H. DauRhmsD, F Reid, . S. Hocker, President; al nost u certainty. winning so pure and fair a helpmate J. M. Pettus. M.D. Elmore. KJIlie llio uauiii.ci oi for life S. T.IHsrns, H.C. Ilauihman, J. F. Cummlsj, - who lives on Kast Main 8PEEDY RELIEF FROM KIDNEY Jaiiie. P.uiUtA FHIKND. H, C Uaughmsn, Cashier. no. C. Robinson, S T. Hsrrls, erajs at nn TROUILE. htrect, died Saturday W. W. Baundera, Ind. Bookkeeper W. II Mnrphy S. Hocker. J. "1 ha rlau acute attack of OrlgKt's early liour after a long Jllaess of a J K. Harris, Uookkeeper G. R. CoUior. , illsense with InflaHiKiatlou of the kidJ. C Eubli. neys and bladder, and rtlrslness." snvs cornplloallon of trouble, ahe was a Mrs. Cora Thoip, Jackson, Jllch. "A granddaughter of the late Henry Ulan Lottie of Koleys Kidney Remedy over kenshlp of Preachesvillo, and tho Tf ( tomo the attack, i educed the 'uflnin- mains of Mits Ruike were Interred Iu mntlnn, toook away the pain and made nun- at I wish tho cewciterj tho bleqder action normal. overyone could know ot this wonder- day aflvruoon at J o'clock after ser ful remedy." Shugara and tanner. vice, condui'.ed bv .1 C. McClarv. I We mjwe It a point that every business tran'actlon with Our patrons shall be satisfactory. We want each one to feel that they are free t come to us In all matters where our ex pcrlenee will be ef value and LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK, LEFT lello Walker were giuts or Mra. J ,.t the woild to talking about Paul C. Hays last wrck m route to Jackson Mnthulkn. of UufMlo. N Y, tat, hi vlllc l"la.. where they will sound some always KHKI'S AT IIOMK the Klnjt ot i" Laxatives Dr K'ngs New life ,linnllM, Plllh and that they re a hliwlng ti. lo qullo 111 at Iho homo Ijvi .My Hg fIiniy. rulp c0sU,nU.,n ho, of his son. Matt Myora In the country. ae. Indigestion, dyspepsia Onl J" On nccount of his advanced ago, hi f,1,, it Penny's Dimg Store. friends arc uncas) over his condition TIue .t-- of the play "Lena KL Otto VonAllruan, son ot Mr. and to bj- - seen Tliurtdiiy nlghi arr Mrs Kicd on Allman went to Louis luld in tlio sunny south nt Hip home ville last week, where he will go to of tlio Lblngstnnes' ncir Frankfort school anu assist his uuclos in their .ncmuiK, one oi tlic most beauil-, . , , .. ...hC u.M.J. ' "ouiu i Senator It. V. Ilubblo and Shelton "" "' , l'' """ow",d ls '" 'saufley. of this city, County "'! n(, n overwhelming ijo,. Itobinson of Garrard. Common- - f,de"lR, of 8,,C8S' Is ' " 'wealths Attorney Charles A. Hardin. ... "" ", ' '" ""' ot Mertei. Vernon Itlchardsop. of Dan "' """ '" '"',"'1 vlllo Woodson May and Cecil WII-- , Hams, ol Somerset, were among the THIRTV YEARS TOGETHER Thlity jearr. of association ihlnk democrats from thU neck of the woods who atiendert the meeting of the state of It Hon the meilt of good thinv stand out In that time or the woilh cominllteo at Loulsvlllo Saturday. leisneifs of a ha done So there's no puc work In this evidence of Tlios croup can be pp Arlss, Concord. Mlsli.. viv fhi you know that writesvented? Ole Chamberlain's Cough "I have used Pr. King's New Dis- ltemedy as soon as the child becomes covwy lor 30 years, nnd Its the best con hi nnd cold cure I liostxi or. even after the croupy cough Oncn It finds entrnnce havea ever csed" In hoir.t jni' appears and i will prevent the attack. can't pry It out. Many tnmllle have a certain cure for croup aad used V forty years. It's the most InIt ls aIo hi never been known to fail Sold fallible throat nnd lung medlclno on arst. rnequtled for Iji grippe, asthbv Ptnn's Drug Store. ma. ha fever, croup, qnlnsv or fo-- n lungs. Price .fl cents, II. Tilal bottle free Cuaiiinteed br Penny's Ding A H0-j5,- miUltf lillM. Mr, WiHids Walker and frr. ge;,,:,,.t7g,;r,i.urt,,ds;,r,! niultlpl) so Hist Ml, ft. KNG"WH0 e see plnnile-"- . boils, and wires inultpl.v and strength and appetite fall This cond.tlon demandN Uiettilc Hitters to loritnle ftomaeh. Ihei and kidneys and U. exnel poisons fioni the blood. "'Ihcj nro the liest ldood purifier, writes C T. Iliidahn, of Tracy, Calif. (i,ii'oiiie. Then ccenm. sHltrheum the lltt.e figl.lers are v,,e,w,iKr- receiving er' .Xdrm'nerv'd'bnrhrS so p parlor ere decorated in ferns and p,p josos, hlch wer arangeil with ,..,.,,.,. Ainim. room rh " and rcficshment table were In green iud white, and tliia color scneme was carried out in the terns and narcissus On ViUlcll t,ie used as ,iecoratiQns tb. mantel, shelf and s.deboard th. .,,.,. tt?, 1 thv I 3 - Cummins & Wearen, 8 & fr I? & CLOTHE I ,, - Attomo'c ' '" "''" "...i.c . a Spring Ginghams I A Complete Line of Pat- - ........ Vtu terns at 10 and 12 l-2- c per yard. vj, i, vj, ni W. E. PERKINS, ea,Ktho ."" .r V. I I CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY B. Hughes T. W. Humble W. 0. Marti I Al VI WHITE MOBS We have just received a beautiful line ot Flaxons, Dimities, Nainsooks, Long Clolh: in The Famous l&XXfo mellow, dHTascd - limpi. beetusd Itfhret Ihf hf Rtyoeifyawliitc,so(t, it l?rltght of all efe , can uMyoir ey boM Hhtsy on the qtntvot4 iickw. You as lona as you wish ftw-tcice- and Th Rayo Limp k 'tveri thomh you pay $5, $10 or $20 for other ItovS, you may get more expensive d, low-pric- ed er under the Rfiyeilght wkbput strain. decorations but you cannot get a better Kayo givesA light than tho holds the Krone, durable shadc-hoWihade on firm and true. This season'a new burner adds strength and appearance. Once a Rayo User, Always One. , Pitltri Sirtryuhtrt. tf not ii yturt. urtit (of CtKrtpttrl M ipucy rirtvtr 11 nitrtii Th Standard Oil Company. (IncorponUJJ tmi ' ,l.et the Interior Journal order your The Mlrklon UhiuI of the Chilstlan 7 ia dies' Home Journal or Saturday church will have an apron and candy Kvenlng Post. 10 send In your renewal tala In W. A. Trlbblo'H btoro on FriWe can save you money. day afternoon beginning at I. in o' clock.. On and help a good cause. A fow minutes delar In treslng some of croup, even the leneth of cnM Rev. Andeibon Cornelius, of Laurel time It takes to go to n doctor often proves dangerous The safest way Is t.ounl, has been mllcd to tho pastor-- i Uaptlst to keep Chamberlain h Cough Itemed nf he Drake's Creek In the house and m Ihe first Jmil-- i , "' tho preachersvllle sectfon cntlon or croup give the child a dose jij""1-pleasant to take and always cures w it Sold bv Penny's Drug ?toro. iin a man cmmmput ihn jum u;JU IH u3 Ihu in omrr (JM ".J. "T ."".'vnu in r. Ttol 0b.. and "CLOSING OUT!" nnd by nuiu.Uy U'Hnf rCriLl IA rV.. trutmrnt, rfooomiwl It tocrVwFor tho next twq week wo Will ?.",." iiiiknil nmUk MtiAK PoiitltuUOfiallU-l..- i..Z: ,.,-- " " - - , . . .irrt. Wo SrWlt UN fiawe picturoi at half price. 3. oSK cSn. h th uy rniiuutioi, r have tbo beet lino of moulding. Rrin 1. :. "T In lour pictures nnd joke advuntnge iTS.rT-ta- V ' i of this, oppuitunlty. Kuroiai Poitroit iSimummmm SSTZiSSTw - a - v. um. ' Company, M. A. Johnson . Mgr i.n V,:iL" rV ','7 Z" i , " castor stioet opposite court hou. " ' fact anything you I vx V VM.v wmiziiw BETSY'S POINTERS ' I ui.kcd Molly tow it Ih that when lolka marry without a cent In their . want TiT v1 white goods, at Right Prices. Our Spring Ginghams are also comin I a" .Mf.nS.iSP.JSSKi' Z1- -. i .Jlit liiend nor a pedljtr-'ethey generally make n big success of Hut Molly tnya Hat's u heaven It. made match, Just like lh Lord start ed Adam and Kvo. If ou wlh lo settlo all arKumcnta over groceries, do your trading at Coffey and Coleman's Ti Hunt's Cnllforrln peaches, apri cots royal Anne clunrlju and IlaivnUur AV. ......t.v I,.iii ihat.x In thrrut I....W-IIUIU IHVM IIIIID 111111117, aimllit. Hunt's uprcmo iualltv the Hints inost that can bo produced mporlor quality, superior In every re- - pocket, nor h ing in. Band trimmings to match. We handle only goods of quality and guar- antee prices. 1 V J HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., pK maiitv excellent but smaller fruit and net (iu)t.i m faiKv a ih others pCCt, BUipnfcSod ,'. hi- only by Hunl.3 ii,. 8U Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes COFFEY & COLEMAM. Promt Delivery. '96. hi STANFORD, KENTUCKY ,JMintLilJSit--. ' - u- - 'J"k. !"'-'- ". i"WBBSr'",fl I"" '7 TUESDAY FEBnUAHY i. k n'l H Below Cost H THE STANFORD KLMl'CKV IN'I EKIOR JOURNAL 7h, Hit ! i For Only Thirty Days. Come early and get picked goods. Now is your last and only chance to get what AMERICAN FENCE IKmHl1 ar TheTheSharpless World's Best. A demonstration will be given on the street here Monday, county court day, by a gentleman repreA; Tubular Cream Only One Separator, you want for little money. Everything in the house AT AND BELOW COST! BOYS' OVERCOATS BEST MAKE MEN'S SUITS i . -- )$4.98; $25.00 Suits at - - - $17.98 $8.oo Coats at 3.98 22.50 Suits at - - - 16.48 7.oo Coats at - 3.48 Suits at - - - 13.98 6.oo Coats at 20.00 3.48 18.00 Suits at - - - 12.98 5.oo Coats at 9.98 4.oo Coats at - 2.98 15.80 Suits at - - 2.78 12.50 Suits at - - - 7.98 3.5o Coats at Suits at - - - - 6.48 10.00 ODD PANTS, OF NEWEST We have 200 odds and DESIGN. end which sold from $5 to $1 5. All go now at 3.48 $6.oo Pants at - -- $498 3.78 5.oo Pants at BOYS' KNEE SUITS - - 2.98 Suits at - - $6.98 4.oo Pants at senting The Sharpless Separator. Bring your wife in and see it. Wv .iaKBrVi4BMiAlJbH3)(MilHBHKHBH TIM Br "r Br nlflff'i5Fyg5nwSWF W. H. Higgins. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. , j A sound, substantial, enduring fence, built principle the elastic 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. WLmmWlEmmmmmmWS Ladies if You Need Anything In the Gingham line I am sure I can please you in quality and price. I have biggest line of Ginghams ever shown in Crab Orchard $10.00 5.48 - 4 48 - 3.78 2 78 - - 2.48 We have One Hundred of these in broken lots to be sold from $2 to $7.50 1.98 Go now at 7.50 Suits 6 50 Suits 5 00 Suits 4 oo Suits 3.50 Suits at at at at at - - - 2.48 3.5o Pants at 2.15 3.oo Pants at - 1.98 -2.5o Pants at 1.48 2.oo Pants.at RUBBERS Solid With Buckle and Cloth jk B m Top $2.25 Rubbers at 2.00 Rubbers at J : : : : 3191 1 L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky, 79 98 83 DEALERS EVERYWHERE. 50 Rubbers at : : MEN'S OVERCOATS l.oo Rubbers SEE THEM. g jj vVt $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 collar. It is New SHOES In Patent, Vici Gun Met-a- l : : 75c Rubbers at : 50c Rubbers at : : 64 39 r We liae list received a carload of W. C Shank rinclnnatl,. Keb.. 6. Cattle tne best field Htcxk, hoc and chicken Alfred Eadu sold a crack combined 773; market steady; fan to fence on thp market. The Star sells harr)ess marc t0 V. II. Webb, who nt i n1rn (hit rtti hnvn tfnitrilA common JG.IS&t.'i; ,'ood shipper a buvl"? Kmbr r ,or ' KliialllnK anywhere, flee ua liclnn Horh Receipt 2.7U3; mar I(h ivilll J ''.". 0 for her. .Ml.! 12'iblfi. MVI hiiv vmir r.nrn lunrtlnii f'llv l.dlllm lilt 79 J.umbor Companr, J. 2.oo Shoes now 1.68 1 00 Hat at : r Caskey. Mi?r. Kajg ,hCn bourht of Crime-- ) Healey l:5l act,vo butchers and Hhliipera a. ... ,ot' s; ...III...U11 i.rnfjDtf ai.UM OIICCp Junction City. Ky. fi- -.l o i.v.iu.1,1 f ,.,n, ,, o ' 3.'0; market steady, For Sale. A Nuthursi mare. T. A.' . ' Io-Umbs-Ma- rket ?M. Bradley, Danville. Ky. I0fttc. Tko wagona for sale cheap, a new jrfBHCa on hoth side, soaked in creo !oer, 11 ft 590. ,,.. .htrii will mfci-- m JStudebaker and a new Old Hickory .Imbv. liuM-tA dlapatch from Ulchmond says that John Cook Stanford. Ky. from LornK a,.j ,tock from gnaw M. D. (illllland, aged 4S years a stuFor Sale. Half Dorset e ves 2 and ng. Sei them. dent In the Normal school died sudden , a ycaroias. urea 10 impowa anrop- n. Kjds soW a pal, of old I giiirp rim. Due to lamb Feb. 20. (illli ly last week of bcirt fnllure . I., iiff nrr 3.I...I. . mnli4 ..-tn . t. I m.ir. r W. Gaines. land'M home It In Somerset where he WRITE ME FOR PRICES ON HIGH GRADE i For Sale. Ualed hay in any iian. lhB(1 ''CPn lo:lcn'nS '" P"'1 schools PUBLIC SALE' itlty, .Mrs. Mattie V Klrby. It. A wfrfov and r the Inst 20 year 1 will on MondHv lath at fc'alo- - Some nice yearling sow. For 11 door children stirvlie him. bred to Black Berkshire subject to In o'clock before , the court house n!m I HANDLE THE BEST MEAL etl one Jnok Stanford. Kv MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED o!l1 HIh colts ,,n1 l'reed-- r. TVi-,T.- , PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. Mt. Salem. ,,,. ,M, Jpr tioo,, It's mighty cold driving now. See , for "' WILLIAM A. BURNETT, " references I. I. C.'.anUW. our line line or lap robe, storm For Sale -- A pair or so ot coming BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY rrants, canlnge heaters and roil I old hor?c mule. In nlcei tnrer vfar xo MY LINCOLN FRIENDS Kentucky Agency for Owl Brand. C. McClary. ttsttbllsbed 1SU1. shape. Frank Spooniirure, Rowland. i ntn now located on Fourth street. with the be.t equipped stable In Dan- lll lie plad to se yen at .Hie and any time. And will show the iadi" especially courteous trestmen' lO-i- Calf and Tan $4.oo Shoes now $339 3 00 Hat at : : : 2 15 - 2.98 3 50 Hat at 1 98 :; 3.5o Shoes now 3.oo Shoes now : I 48 2.34 2 OO Hat at : 1 50 Hat at ;: . 2.5o Shoes now 1.98 98 CORDUROY PANTS SAN FRANCISCO DENVER NEW YORK CHICAGO $4 00 Pants at : : : 2 98 3.5o Pants at : : 2 68 3.oo Pants at : s 2 34 2 00 Pants at z 1.48 There's a great demand for this fence and puces will be higher later, so order Early. 2 HATS John B. Stetson. Geo. H. Sole Agent, -. $4 00 Hats at : 2 98 3 50 Hat at : : 2 78 For Sale A few teams of i and .1 AMERICAN STEEL & WIRE CO. Farris, jear Stanford. CINCINNATI f,inM.1Jr, .Make your honiH it. FAUMEH. "m" . residence, ami place yourcelrm a pcltiod K j!ct of ?,,r e "". ho qecYimpliiLrd by iumu." at any time, tliis tmn which you ami your n.ighWs can gel for a .urn Ifcsi-J- ' iS. tn F the nenetits reccivcl dill or addrcps our nrarcst office Or .. . . . .... . m i i v t. t iasnviue, icnii., mr iiiiioriuninin rrgjiruiug uur we you are mil at present enjoyinc telephone merj Line" rate. If cat) immediately interest you. Our line cover the Sutra of Kentucky. Tennessee, MiMiVipiii, Iouiiana ami the Southern twirtiun oT Indiana and EAST TENN TKI Illinois. TEL. CO. M RURAL rj-'ONH- tS S. x" JF; 1 Pj" T' icnuc-uaner- j. rr trrc. "-- t THE FARMERS old mule fat and well broken MARKETS. ? Oft9 mwtr .r'?mi?i;;?fiS;i5?,!i!!i5i?S;?iS?i We Bet You Prices riW , Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. COTTONSEED MEAL .',.,.,... V (tir , ,,, l..W, o k 4 22 t. I J 0 C Sri I,(, 5 We Cordially Invite You To Sell Your Tobacco Over Our Breaks 8. D. F. LOGAN. 1111 ' Every Man And Every Woman SHOULD lay alde tion ef their Incme. And the time to begin? Right now. The eati'st and surest way? To open an account with this banR, small starting In with and to add to this each week or month. Many have tried this plan, many "ave succsedcd. This a por- Tobacco am DEATH OF MRS. HOLTZCLAW , On Thursray February :. ta 10 o'clock, at the home of J. T. Holt7 claw of Gilbert's Creek. .Margaret Ilia wife died ot tuberculosis at the age tit tony lire, to llartoUsbivTg cemetery and after services bj- It? pator of the .Mcthodlat church of which she was a devout member were laid to rest he Ride her loed ones who had gone - tier remains were ear-ik- i lefore. 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 GOWANS the best individual average on entire crop 10,000 pounds King off Externals With seven active, competitive buyers, rep- Stands supreme under at $15.50. (est Feci resenting the largest factories in this and foreign countries, every keep Gownns sein cure, makes Danville as good a market as any in the hurley dis- (he home. Gownns alWith the best lighted house in Kentucky, with a ways conquers Croup trict. and tobacco auctioneer with no superior on any break, coupled your Pneumonia and doctor assents. with experienced tobacco men as floor managers to show Ciowant lirparnthn wns wW on my rhu It was iteptinU(y with you how to place your tobacco to the best advantage, tells alterchillI'limiuouU. ImutttliiMj the vtctiihl uiiplieatinii my ctillfil ami so the story why we can serve your interest just a little better lih,vlflitli liiiprorruu'iit BmUiia its onletnl ffnat mi ehlM recover eoiitlnnnmv. Don't forget the name. than the other fellow. laphlly (UMWKLKUrutKM, III Tint bank receives deposits as low as a dollar, and Is always glad to help those who are trying to help Sales of tobacco last 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 io 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. on im ml on I it ml ;s Jfr1 ' A. themelvcs. Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse Co., INCORPORETED. Statt Bank & Trust Go Q. & C. UUPOT W. L. McCarty, Pres, C. L. Penny, J. S. Rice, J. O. Eads, J. W. Hutcheson Cashier; C. Hays Fottr,Asit. Cashier; S. A. Phillips, Book. keeper. lKKRVVLL STKnUKNnAlit Danville, Ky. ?S5H5?!;K5i;;5JKliJi NEW ORLEANS tm MOBILE MARDl GRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES Ticktts oo ' J. C. McClary, Danville Tobacco Warehouse, INCORPORATED. VJi Kant St, I'u. C4 tt 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 mU 27 Mrtk Htk. 1911, wltk TtUXty t KittstUa turl STOP OVERS AT ALU PRINCIPAL POINTS tajstll CAU . hU Fefcrory BUY HIVE IT IN THE HOME Walnut Street, Danville, Ky. Free Insurance, Free Stables, No Charge for Rejections. DrlI.U SI. 30.. 33. MCOICUCO.. DUMW. N. C. liHialiil. I( nlut4 kf Wi fiUI All COWAN rULL PARTIIMARS, . ON ANY cr ker and Embamer STANFORD, KY- OKIce Tbone 167. Home 'I'hoao Si. It. C. KINO. riwiw; ui iickti Ati. Wl li Mito Stmt. UilaiUa, h II ! . en wkiti Ky, - TICKET ACCNT, QIKEH & MKSKNT MJIE, mS W. A. BECKLER. (Kawu bCsMl BdMbf. ClacUasll. O. Pumm AM iiiM.' .