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The Stanford interior journal: February 10, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911021001_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 10, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUME XXXVIII. The Stanford Interior Journal. NO. 11. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10th, 1911. 1 A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE MUCH INTEREST IN LOCAL POLITICS Prominent Casey Citizen DIES AT HIS HOME AT MIDDLE- L & N. MAY CD. HANDSOME PRIZES I BAD BOY "TOUCHES" MRS. HARRISON Hop "Joint" License RAISED FROM $200 TO CITY COUNCIL, WOO (KEHOE TO SPEAK BY OUT ROWLAND DURG FORMJXHIBIT WOMEN TO HAVE ATTRACTIVE EXPOSITION IN STANFORD NEXT TUESDAY. TO TOAACCO MEN J U T n ) -JV ' DILL MERSHON ROBS WOMAN FINAL MASS MEETING IN FIGHT QROUL OF $10 WHILE 8HE At a special meeting ol the City TO CUT OUT CROP TO DE HOLDS PRAYER SERVICE. Council on Tuesday night, tho city liMldillcburg, Fob. 8. HELD MONDAY. cense for tho sale or mead, " A- Minn ,llcd nt ,,,s l,0", m,ro Important chnngos In the wnterlng Orent Interest Is being aroused over A lunacy Inquest to determine tho cream or hops and other malt, drlnki In a last and final effort to souire (wo ynrs bororr noml AUI.rn.RU It U soft ., Thursday Feb. 2nl. nged 7U years. Ilo arrangements of tlio Louisville nation., will bo i.m.ln ...in and the Art Exhibit which Is to be held tnte of mlml of Mrs. Amanda Harrl-oon- , was raised from i00 to $300 a yonr. enough pledges to Insuro n cut out L. aartn trutt ilnv l.nt n -ol.il. xnlli who Is In Jail hera for dcsccralni; If Is understood that thcrnwas n ot. tho Hurley crop ol tobacco th'j or talk about democratlo great KnihvIo rnroad nt this point on hero next Tuesday, the 14th, under eniMldhtf. in Lincoln Just now; In n.tnok of pnciimon lawn too much for ,., Krmvl0 aivMm aro n tho nusplcos or tho Woman's Improve- the grav0 of Gcorgo li. Saufley will strong scullmont anions some of tho yenr, mass meetings wll' bo held vn Incl loc.il politics la discussed nlmost ono of ,.,,"1 """"'l ",Ve", M In. 'of nrrangcmcnte In n fow months ment Club. At n meeting of the probably bo held the latter part of lnombers of (ho council to place tlio nil the counties or tho Durley d's was colled l everybody, was rt fine' n much oh Mn( politlra, though the tho railroad will coato obtaining Ita Club members Wednesday nftornoon this week or the first of noxt. Mrs. license nt $560 or $1,000, but othcra trlct on Monday, next, Fob. 13th, nt loved nnd respected by' ,, It developed that tho competition will Harrison has been unable to pay the did not agree with them nnd so the which every tobacco grower Is urged latter has held the stngo during tho "J" r Bllpp) for Ua froI ,,. Io M" Womla. i week, Hn.lBtnWr tralg nt ,,, bg tm)k nt ow. be quite keen lor the linndtom0 priza fine or $7fi assessed ngalnst he by a gniailor ralso was made. Th0 license ,'o ho present A meeting will be held here In Stan and n largo list or exhibitors Is ex- Jury In tho county court last week, 0n the first pool tablo In a pool room The nun fnr the nomination for "" ""-""-lftnd Tberc Is a possibility that Ho-. " land n a stopping point for tralna pected. tord and Hon, .fames N Kehoe or "' Tho prlnea offored will he nd Is remaining In Jail until tho pan- - waR lowrred Irom ITS to ISO shcrifl Is tho ono principally mention. """ voir. ",,u The llconsc qucston was practically ..Majsvlllc, olty Is settled. "'R".cr, .ws will bo entirely discontinued, thus dis- as follows: lor yearn congressman l hcotuiee It la the boar paying MM """" . I)r" ' M' "anpr "m" ,s 7 DnrlnE? hor pnnf Innmnnt. Hiir. the only ono cnnnldernil bv tho conn '(..mi tho Ninth district, will bo pres " pensing with tho service of about Onc sterling sliver set or tcaspoona In tho county nnd genernlly la the address trie grow T,l''0 living nro, W. I of llnrtwell, three station agents, and maintenance ol beautirul beslgn and good weight i (son has held a number or prayer ell, having been o;er!ooked nt n pre ent and make an is one oftotho largest ....... .nl,i.nri..- - nH... iv... n " ers. Mr, Kfchoo .. . ... ... .... s J """" '"KKina 01 .ti, pince, nnu of meeting, and tho time tor mis i,en ices for her rcllow prisoners, nnd tlio. tobacco growers In Mason county and .nt imllrntlona tho field which will Ro """ 10 I(,rol otc nro left lo mourn tho loss ol !n tho prayer, singing nnd exhort- - censes In tho city to expire la drnwlng has nlways stood for the farmers nnd One pair or tolld gold cuff links. to (he poat In thla ut will ho a " U ,, ,no ,)m of U.o railroad to build fhnlr inlf.rasfii tin la n vnr nliimic.nl f ' fctnl-- t. or milium. The ,aw tnnka at lll0 , Ono ronl cameo brooch-ge- t largo ono. Aiiioiib those who aro cci- In solid Ing herself. During the services Wed- - near, of tft-nl 'l,1.AntA. nnrl liatn. t tiftnililil. In .n,r1. " toimiiiiiilty poex out! flup WnU.r , b ncsday all of the prisoners attended tain to bo In It are II. W. Oueni. T. J. a , gold hand emiraved mounting. with the situation In Kentucy today, n"d rapeclnlly in ,lc;o from nnnRng VofU CTCCk ,)ol Two brooches, solid gold nnd real tho services on tho lower floor ot the lllll M. 8. llaushman, S. M. Owena " "M" will undoubtedly say much that every l,e " Preachersville. ho herft or n kind young Hill Morshon, and a w"o Jail except tobacco crower should hear The and now It la said that Carroll llalley u ,g propMtd barotpip pearl. prize mnliy ynrdg away will bo a choice man named Summers. Mrs. Harrlcon jspenhlng will begin promptly nt half Thc popular baa made up bin, mind to run bolnr wubnnd. nt n time when ahc oHino,l',0 m,a gpK,nj(1 concrctc dam nt of n handsome cut glass bowl or n left her large pocket book on her bedl 't,le protracted meeting ut tho Matho.pnst one o'clock nnd every farmer and ni0lunited Mrongly iiwd both by Ida many '" nce' Mn, whcn , ol, mission rocker with real leather to be pres Krower ' tnllll !!. Ilia. II. i i.i.lnl. I churhc began Sunda, night, Itev ",u ""i"1" frlemla in tliu IJaat Kml nnd his larce by Mr. Lyons. Mr. l.yons mounting, or Havlland china dishes or upstalis and wnen ho returned, n """'c'rontrollcd ' being In charge or bill was missing from It. "Uncle Dink' '""i" curA aKO "m,Pr l,, Preaching or will o,)crnto nn electric motor with tome otter article ot equal value. connections In Stanford and tho West h0C.My. h"S relittle 'sweating- - of Iho Rev. U. W. Iloblnm, thJf. J1,0 ,Dur,"y, The exhibit will bo In the rear room Farmer did a soon (uov. w. u. iiiroru, who was then which ho ulll pump the water to the thn rt. tVio, ft,l money presiding locnieu me or tun State Hank & Company. prisoners ana , . elder, arrived Tuesday night ,,. Willi Mr. llillev Tine of tho lead. I'""""- Slnco that tllnu he linn lived railroad tanks, most or tho year. At Admission will bo TCnTrust with re- In the end of nn old watr pipe where cents, . , ., , nil flnlailnii 111.. . .. . .11. Mershon had hidden lt. And,"ind took part In the exercises. The' I'iuiiuhuu . ,n . ,. " , lug cnndldaloa lor shorlff. his frlenda "" inu uiiiuu, unu me cam wUpr freshments served fre0 by tlio ladles. joutig of , car w,,cn he applied thc strap to tT'e bad boy ' any that Judge J. I', nalloy will not l. iwilnrly and taking Mit In the pnlfin may fall tbroua. ,n t,la crcck wl I10t b0 Brfl. (julte Judiciously to make 'him tell enjoyable and good crowds nttend. ufll mwlwt way. "' 1:u Burlev Society people say that a candidate for reelection to the or-- v"' lQ UnnMl fl nmn,11K mlpl))y u who had ctolen tho money. ', Lancaster f lr. Wood I'cters of Crab Orchard, the Independent counties made no ' " rm.crel were conduct- fleo of County JiuIKf. Tho frlenda ol , c,iU,uln(ed (0 i)nvc ell0llgh ,n tno has been tdug ng an appropriate solo El,cn showing In JO. Montgomery "V who ' llownu Snufley have for some time tho cutout pledges voIr ,0 lngt (lurnc lh(J gnort tlni0 ui ..,... . Sale of Franchise bautliul tribute to his memory ,, . d lof nnd n8 wng tcd nnd been iirRlug l.lm to make tho race for K,1I thc crcek Ig not ninllIng rull appreciated by a most attentive audi-- ' Mr. William Harion n most worthy eh " were taken Mr Ui()M w ,mvo a Tarfie Bag0,. 'r County nnd ho has about deeldTTfel. ittllnrtllf uuuusuu uuu TIntf cklztiiR or Huckeje Is wry III. nuuicn n'Ko or by tho Masonic fraternltj. 'iirnant in an oruinnnce nuontcu nv llt members, od lo yield to their wishes. He has lt was further said that cnf.ne to uge ag an cmerR(,,lcy pilm,, Wednebdny. Rcv.i wn Mrs. William It. Cook was at home the City Council at the regular meet- - vlil arrive " honored member. , Bc,, lrneB Society tho Durley Tobacco been nsmred of strong support Irom r w,lIrli would Ing held Feb. 2, 1UU the undersigned jjhnson Is here, having ...... ,a.u ... ..i ... u..r ..Hun..... cen.e- to meet Mrs. Marrs of Knoxvlllc nnd all kcctlona ol the county and will take part in no movement that did not KllRlnccrB of tll0 u & N. were ,er0 wu uu iiunuii reu .. Ji'ii 111 uuuui 'hod a revival herP some years back.1, have as Its start a large number of tno Miss O'Drlcn ot Lawrenceburg Ind. 2 inak a splendid race. M. tery In the presence of a largo eon- eai at ,cek wct ycr lhe g)lua.j (Home 27 guests gntheicd to honor the cryI' a M., ofler forfranchise public out- - ,,0,i t rail to attend. ,.,. r...,.v... telephone subject to .uu.r. . .,.,-...- . Independent growers. When a major- North, ot Ilustonvllle, la alo I. ton al cnip nnd on ,Ue crfeek mu,j Doth the decorations aim the conditions or said ordlnanco whlchl We have the pleasure to herewith' ,lty of the independents were signed Thete was considerable cxcllement nnnroVM, hpnr, nv, occasion. ThB eiitcrlne the rare for County ... ..nn I In Rll follOWR! nll nf h n ll...n.li. r .....Ml here Knturday when lt was learned that the road will In the ruture either 1n?u..,e'lt charm ,0 thr.nf.fn,r Ji.dpe, It Is understood. .uu light and last It was said, so that . ... Tho fMv Cnnncll nr ihn rltv nt Sinn ' school for the fifth month: A little two year old daughter of ford do ordaln as folIows: - Wilson hnd loft his wlf or Senator It L. liubhlu aro or wouW b nQ Krlends siiih ernd- e- UIU Ollll If IICIDIICI. . ccur( tg wu(er from UIs R Mr. Mack Cecil living on the Fall Section l -- That there shall be sold " ' sister In law. Miss tiiKltisr lilm to enter lhe race for State ""' 'toped or inKiug auvaniagu 01 conditions for P,", gl Llck pIko dleU nt tho hon, of ner ' bldder, b,Vllf,t In this the .mi..sh nail, a Rrl or only 17 sum- Railroad Commissioner. . the "le un0" ade.-ll- ubv twenty (20) Parrlsh. Ma.ele rrcated Society was ready to throw Its Strand district or Kentucky, and'for tarn, The affair lis iulie an unfortu- - bPcauge of tho fac, thnl HenD .. al parents on Saurday of blood poison- - chlfl 0f prlvlege t0 'con8truct, Hent no uurial was on Tuesday at, tabiish, maintain and operate a tele- . . soinq weeks he has been looking over "ate ono and for tho snko of the rami- - tho top i.ni and ,Ue M(. rre(gltj, ""! 'erade adle Mae ThomD- - "fensth Into the movement. " uosnen. .piione j..e.a .or puui.c ana private mo gin wo rerrnin from further , Tho counties In which tbo Durley the field. He U meeting with much ' hav (0 gto 1)nlr w Uoi--- P- - -- -encouragement, and It U understood. Particulars. W.,on waa caught at tako ' a, J; bay Dlanken- Tea manhog, wIres poles and other and brought ack will soon decide to announco hli can- .,llg hu', been n,ade wlth the slKnc,: Inndi Thc great MV,ng , gaarleI Wllllam Payne ,er of ,ower Carrard for 400- Meafcrw. H. (3. Kstes, Ureen Davis, t dldacy. There aro 32 counties In thc to the pr',m. njcnt, and also the right of way over, 'K,np,,. and the number of miJ ,alntenanto of a station, If Row- E p,anted in mo rs.-w'ss.br , """: ! . ' ' Acres Acrea .o.. 1 r. mniou. iio squcczra in on "" to considerable. It Is understood to bridges places In by 12 accessions to the ald clty and grown signed the Wll.son w.e. Thc district I. nor to make their home. Several other for the pU?po.0 runnIng dUerln;pheenn "uoyN1'arnt Wadfe County. tho plan lo u0llbIe track from Presslvo tho faUhful mlnUter the subways, manholes, poles, wires f raally democratic The only announc- - ramlllea will start In a few dayg to ..1,400 G.OOfl the K C at How- - church under "' ed candidate for the commissioner- - hunt a more des.r.blc dwelling place. ..1,600 7.000 S-SflSS station at Roll nd I. , W S8 l '. Price ship I. Klllott Deard of Shelby county The case against Hum ttood charg- - contJnued g0 that lne UalDt . 0,000 ..JVJ55 .. ....... . Af .. ...-- . miu iihiti rAj.H rcu. Hanrv .. cutting "v"" " "- r v. ...iii . -- i a.uuu- - t . t clty of stanford in ..v. uuaas " with "7 iiitti maa ET.fc "!.. anr .I..I- - MontaomerT " nd Hcnhtor HubmVg friends believe AI tultl. ...HU. urauer on me lanu 01 ttBter Hlcbroond and on the " n iiti ir 2.914 5,000 '"T tuinw forman aceordanr .. at me llie IMiiHbnnahlK uur.uB ,,. k ""i condiUons, terms nnd limitations lila wun Mn- - wooa uurnsiae . .. '" LOieraau was aismissed in tne djTBon will nave their own "acK i. he could easily defeat hlra. 5,000 Ihn mnnll. ... nnln.n.. i UU1UC U. JTlill. t.. n IVIgUe. J. ni HH.rBio s coun at losemue taiur- - Irom Stanford nnrl nn .nri nn m h All ..tnr thl. W.M..11..11.C. " .THU " There Is much Interest In the 13th ...1.000 t.OOO section z.Tnat lt shall b the dutv Our ood r.nrmnn frionrt vini.,l Judicial district over the matter of day. There seemed to have beeen but t0 oge much Ume , iwilcn)nK back tn? members are urged to be present J0, 4,500 r M, J. A. Jones ha, sold hi. grocery r wu will nil the vacancy In the orflce " as miemn raiieu 10 appear an1 forward at Rowland 800 4,?0 prosecute after having sworn out stock on Depot street to Mr. H. O. hlghast antf best bidder at 2 o'clock- - st church here, mlsrortuneL" Attorpey when nd cf Commonwealth's 3,000 sue a Dig red thorn In his headW. r. ai., on munum fku. 27th 1911. Lee. Charles A. Hardin is elected to th the warrant. 5,001) house door In Staa- - receiving a verr palnrul wound. At The Ladies Aid Society will meet Deforo tne court ,v,n ot t'arksvllle preached at Farmers' Circuit Bench this fall, as ha I sure to ashlngton 5.000 noUce thereor portion of the thorn could not be Saturday atternoon of this week ath(.IcrdJK,r-,.flebe So far It fa understood that Coun- - the Christian chrueh. at Yosemlte Sua "drert sement for ten (10) day. In 5,500 l.nii . Attorney W. 8 Burch, of Uncoln day morning and evening. The church WELL ATTENDED HERE EARLY IN Christian church when a full attend' me interior journay, and in which trtcttd. ' th, nhY.,rllln Mn.M.r, Scott 8,000 Jiouco he will Insert this ordinance onerous. ance la requested. without a pastor and there Is tome and County Attorney Joe Robinson, THE WEEK. 3.000 aud he will report to the Citv Coun. P. B. Wlllims had a fine flllv to Jessamine Mrs. Susan Walker age 79 years will sek the place. Among others men talk of calling him. ell the bids blm for Its et badly cut ona wire fence. Dr. I M. S. Daughman went over to the M's Mattle HcDanlel the erflclent Good crowds attended the two days' iled on Saturday of general decline approval .andreceived by. City Council Cook th. colored Honed are Attorney Emmett Puryear the said rv f at.n. I.exlnrton breaks Tuesday aud sava I and Henry Jackson of Doyle. Aa Yosemlte scribe of the Casey County sessions of the Farmera Institute for Rt the home of her daughter Mra. John reserves the right tor and on behal fr,i that he never saw so many wagons ... j tno Lincoln county which lutu "i,s me case in charge. Inf the city to reject any and all bids Judge nardin win not take the ortlce vi....- - m nere rjiaay anenaing " were held In Sanders. The deceased was a devot- One ot our smartest wits says so loaded with tobacco for the market or privilege and In ed and consistent member of the'10"" BaJ.u jranccise III; the first of next year, the new tuneral of Mr. D. A. Rlggius and gath-- the court house here Monday and a were there. 700 came in that day bid reported by much rain may drown the fish. .,.,lcae the be rejected by the said Covernor of Kentucky will have the erlug new for her paper. . ftn1 Ih kiiv... w..a s.(.ln tit. iv.ajI Tuesday. Th6 Institute was organlx- - Cbrlstlon church for many ner0r shan U. ...J r. n...-- . the aty Coun- Messrs. Robert Carson and Dr. - ed t,jr y, u. nialr, or the State Depart, funeral being preached on Monday byjcll It may direct, by resolution or or- - ..... appointment of a Commonwealth's At -- ....... .,. . -m "-;"" "," ol """" Hrfmmondi of Dunnvllle attended ment f Agriculture. S. M. Owens Elder F. M. Tinder. The deceased jdlnano. Said franchise or prlvllego to torney until an election can be held In re had and many or those who V recent guests ot Mrs. John Wll- offered for sale from tlm to the rqneral aervlces or Mr. D. A. Rig- - was elected chairman and Gar'and leaves three daughter, to mourn her November 1IS. and it la believed that i iiuc m oe nis " Mrs. S.lam Hendren of Clncln Mia. Lula Cain afld Green.e sln.Ieton. 8ecre,ry , "d"nd whoever I. named by the new Clover- - Bin.. 7.,.v "Z '1, " "Z. S. T. Harris wa u ill It Bll.lft lur IWO wtQKS US inJ ". 6 -- "" Z . .... .Ill imio ...l. . u .ui.uu.su I. Il.k.r i.f. nrrivA liur. w..i- - eicctea. aeiegate ror Lincoln county nntl ' M.Hm. Inhn H.nil. .. .. T -, luc UUH uncrra .m us discretion u ... j .. .. r. .-. ... tl.l. .. .... .. - -.J nunc in .in l" ro01" could be made for them. result of an abscess. Robert White urday for a few daya" visit with Miss w the 8tat8 Farmers' Institute lo be U Uroad'ls f tn's county her hus i Section 3. Uefore the said fran . the rare ror the full term. returaedrroni Eaji.. When last! T" general opinion at Lexington Khl89 or privilege shall, be. vestedHii Minnie Hansford. Preston Miller the huld n m hand died 30 years ago, .hi, ri.Mr.n. si.riin tne bidder may be accepted seen waa orf ror Casey." Dr. E. J Bna eisewnere is mat me movement I. Hamilton sold a rami or by th city whose bid Httlo son or Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Miller Tate and Squire Ja'mea McKechnle' DOING THEIR DUTY. , council, a contract shaall Brown or Stanford with his family bacco will not go through but a great Is Buffering with a mighty sore fin alternates. ilau acre, at .iiarcenu. in tnia county and ""'tea hi. brother W. H. Brown In tor t of this year'a crop of tcv Scores of Stanford Rtadtrs Are Learn- ger caused by a cat bite. A number of Interesting speeches t0 Mr-- Uenr'r ""tchlson of Lowell at raid ing the Duty of the Kldnavs. fanner, will ot their own voll- y dition. and iimi.atinn. ,,nn 1m,k Garrard. Mr.. Carrie Hagla and were made on topics of Interest to $65. said franchise or nrlvllegn shall bo.tcr. Miss Ella Sprinkles, of Rowland."0" cut out the crop because of the Mra. Samuel Haaelden will enter granted To filter the blood is the kidneys' DOCTOR PRAISES D. D. D. .every farmer, and every one who waa and containing stipulations ore guests of their sister, Mrs. F. L. low prices they have Bad to take for fluty tain Friday afternoon. A dainty lun necesiary to protect the city and to Thompson. Misses Nell and Ila New- - last year's product. was greatly pleased with the Although an M. D. I acknowledegoj s When they tall to do this the cheon or a choice variety will be serv 10 my patients ana patron, mat c are Ick. "' me meeting. ,Mm' scott-o- t ed to the guests. tlackacta and many kidney Ilia fo- lemed D. D. D. reaches casea ef Mra- - W. C, CumJaa. THE BEST HYMNS. the clt ycouncll reserves the power permanent), cures them. and W. O. Durton bought 32 mules troin to Invert In said lio. A church In New Tork had a vote contract such stlpu- - Mesdames LI trie Holtxclaw and Sophia Dr. Ira T. Gabbert. Caldwell. Kan. Vrlnary traubt. diabetes. is Remedy That 4 to 1 year, of John ilurdette of Leba- latlons concerning the time In which .Rank, visited Mra. Rebecca Pettus. taken among Its member, to get their "My cure began from the first appli Here Doaa. Kidney Pills cure them all. .. non for 14.500. Mr. Hutchison bcught cation of D. D. D. My skin Is now as Smith and wife, of Hlatt. Kr rlalt' Judgment aa to ten of th best hymns .aP?rLb.' acee.p- .1 ..-Stanford people endorse our claim. a pair of mules of Charles Dean of Will Curo Eczema J "" ' wouldn't Uka Logan, K. Mala St.. smooth as a Ml n "Nearer My God to Thee," cam. out "terphonea'to - Mre. Nsarj A. TsubscrU thousand dollars for what D. D. D. thl. county for 1173. Stanford Ky "- says: era which shall not exceed ft per Cu,uaalB". of lAwreneebuag, visited away ahead, getUng 113 vote, out ot "WE PROVE IT" ... j- lbaa done for me." writsp August jC5. -jjj Mra. O'Bannon cf Stanford has month for realdence. 13 per month for Mri- - H. Q. Cummlaj. U jgs "Abide with Me" waa a ii. ivunCiliZki "phi. (w- - to, of Chllllcothe, O. time at the ex. j beea visiting Mr.. W. T. West of Las- - other aervice the Mr. J. W. McQueen ha. moved to' close second, with a 10T. And third, ot UlteraJWi me beaellt th.r brouaht me. Wh.n I These ' '. 'caster.' Mr. "James Dudderar and wife fern shall wa. "Je.ua I.ver of My Boul" and lt Miracle. to use them, I waa In a miser- - are receiving every day from grateful Why wat time aad money experl-- . , . . , ... -- muvwim iw able condltloa. My back seemed to ,.t.,Btw'1.1. 0TrJh.' .co,,n,.7. .u uaiiaiu and place. In which said pole? shall' ,Ut- Anderson Cornellna the new' received 3 of the 115 vet.e. The old Worth its wefght la gold." All my uitnliag wlUk greesy aalrea and lo have given out eatlrely and at times wttl take charge of Mr. V. A. Lear, be erected, how much of said wiro raster ot the Baptist church, haa hymn ot Charley Wesley expresses tions, trying; to drive tae eeaeau. term and pained me terribly. country home and farm. Ml.. Hallle shall be placed underground and at preached his first aermona of the year 'strongly the prayer of humanity and D- - D- - ' "m ataoSt "! round ,n,Unt Pea-ay'- a and lame Ultl short of miraculous.- - Tbae are from underneath the skla when Drown has been with relative. In Crab ;Uu'BandTchn0UAh:r',Lnltu;O!'Bd nW y: tt h"ib ,W" W,,L riled. I Drug Store guarantee. ZKMO. a UB !ivnrde,r;7o-;o,d-tr.dneOrchard. Mr. Mildred Beailey haa and limitations as ;hr:,r After these hymna came. "I Love to council' Ml" F1o",e Sutton, of UncaaUr the said clwn IIQUJ4 preaaratlo. tor exter-- ai bMB secretion, and the passage, were TUltlBe ner Mr. may bv ordinance direct. been visiting her sister, Mrs. M. Tell the Story," "Lead Kindly Light." i naa hm- - to rid the akin of the germ life Haya of Stanford. Mia. Mary Miller Section 4. That the franchise or O Kennedr. Ur .nd v . ,, w.n.'Rsscue the Perisning." ana "Kock or .. ..WH . .. '" f In that nriTur. with B. 84. 8U rnd ?Ju I b!ffr ?"a i.ipplv Hhugara ,,,, reliable tn wh8t7,. case of akin ttnu that eauses the trouble! Oae appll of Richmond U the guest of Mis. Jane whan. M- J- Red'' Mr' DIck.rtOB. ration will relieve the Itcala. and of. tMjm Mf, Wood8 Wa,ker la and 73 vote., respectively. "Ownwar. Drug Store and In view of r t. haa ,, a tria, Nt1ll tydllT, In(lUnt Tainera aad Mr. aad Mrs. J. W. hall not be construed aa being In tea times one bottle Is auBcl.nt lo her husbsnd ror a atay tn Florida anv way exclusive or aa preventing Aker were given a dining by Mra. Christian Soldier." received 7 votes. rK?Uil 1Sn ,Tl1tJ1m llef-o- aly 3i cenu. ShUa.r. ft Tan- - cure a I be Kldnny Bfr, minor cae ot ecu-rua- . Doan. Misses Ktsle Zlmmer and Flora Zlfler the city council of toe city of Stan- - Kennedy last Suaday. A large crowd Old "Coronation," Blest Be the Tie, Pllla not only relieved my backache, ZKMO Is sold by druaglits, every. "There la a Land." and other have returned srter a ploA.ant sojourn ford from providing for the aale of tnook bounteous but reetored ray kidney, tn a aorm.l .. ... Wp". here and In Stanford by U. L. Pen- In New Tort City. Mr. and Mr. W. K almllar franchise or privlllge. to oth- rmmAtiT wuni turn much, Bcondltloa." aa their familiars are not mentioned la the oad Tt" ' -" er persoas. comaaalea of corporaUooae Yot tale b yall dealers. Price 80c. The Democratic Bute Kxecutive ny and they will tell you of Ue marvel Shugara and W. K. Jr., have been and thl- - limitation ahall b InacrtMl meat Mlsa Wilson, of Harmon'. Lick. contest. It la a great thing to become ... .Hire. Koeter atllbura Co.. Huffalo New Tork. committee made the followlna; a.aea. ,, ot ,a aacred music. A man 1. or uuu cie Sim... Muut) xhuVLrm Mi) In uy contract entered Into between Two dog. which had a good yBMO aad ZICMO eoap ToramUi Frantl. waa the week end the city of Stanford and au.b person, reputation. tiHea a h bore Phil B. tolerable .are It he loree tae.e old of told.ng the treatment. for P"" " ire recognised aa Ue elea-e- et aad --Ue.t of Mrs. J. K. Cummin, of Stan-no- t M5KI.0as-Thi.,primary election oa May !7th. TboraP- Not content with thl, they 'song, hla mother aaug in the daya take no other. ,'i, . popular treatmeat for Kcsema. ford. George Conn, or California Is take deTOur 4,00o Oeveraor -afTerT freQutry when .he wa. loving the divinity of from and ror Baie.-- vct -- corner lot la a AMdltor pre- - oe aneep, out tnia la tha tlrat 3.000 pimples, dandruff aad alt oter fohrraa " " -- -. and publication ta required by law Rh Garrard relatives, ..,, A. . KLORBNCK. Mavor. laatance knows here ot hoga bang good town ceataJnlrg abeat 24 ef ua. JJeutaajuU Governor 6W of akin or sealp etfeetloaa whether oa The Missouri State Capttol at Jet 1 i" v .qtx of Utaaford. Kj. killed. . U. 3.000 tafaat'er gtowa aereoa. WtH'.yoa try( ere aaeaaia ouuaiaii sue ror reel- - D'"vr -f F0R ,AUe I"7WNT, fersou City was destroyed by tire Clerk Court of Appeals . . 3.000 ZKMO aad ZKMO soap oa our rrcoa. -f,r oa for Sale. I 4 Mre let oa Mala guaraatee of aatUtae-- ' -- ear aad business houee. Price 1.50ft meadstloa aad BcrtUr of 1 MONEY IN MILLINERY. story cottage a Street, haa barn town tlnn or your money taekT Peaayat moralag- - subject at tb Baptist end all outbuilding Stanford Real Kstate. Coiaial.aloner Agriculture i0U, 1.000 Drag Store. III H. The Mlaaea Noel closed a deal nn rl.iir.li room, below and two above, two good i'.r Vn,., rvwn.r"'a Reautlful building site for realdence. Bupt, Public Instruction 1.000 with Mr. W. S. Lawill for a Text. Mark la evening "Am I barna and all other neceasarr out- Chrlatlan". 8. 9. r'10. II. Y. P. I' .- -- .n Let the Interior Journal order your 1490. Th, amount each aspirant for nomi The Young Peopl a' Montal, Foc'al khi.-SUnford Real Estate, residence on East Mala street. The ladles' Home Journal or Saturday uation will have to pay will aepena -- d H'j.iinei Meet'ng wll bj he'd iat fenced, - in snlendld community and . consideration, vfM fArtff. The home la - a i. r- an hit iinuuni i r Mvenlng Poat. to send in your renewal ou the number of entries la esch day uuuui evening Feb. 10th. Meellig be "l sell cheap. See L. K. Hughe, Whl(e Leghorn and Barred Plymouth a very pretty one and very deelrable. For Sale. About tO.OOO cH brie We can save you money. isce. gina promptly at 7:30. or W I.. McCsrty, SUnford. Ky. eg sal come quick If you want then for sale. W. O. Montgomery. PwseMloa will be given July 1st.--f3, Danville Advocae. Stanford, J. C. Florence. Moreland. MANY CANDIDATES FOR DEMO. CRATIU NOMINATIONS FIXING FENCES. Y OTHER LATE NEW8 RAILROAD TO CHANGE WATERING ARRANGEMENTS AT 7HI8 POINT. - !.. ,k-S- .. ,ni'l '''. 1' I , " i.... "' '' v """ 11 Mi-h- 1 lead-ivlou- '" 1"' m """" '" - " Ii.fi..l !lc I Jaon lo't "'"0 !.... n ,.. ' Tba" tfttt-fivl- i '""" 1 t0 ,,, ... .er-lco- .enl " - Ju-lg- - "''" ". ,.,,., .111111 ..b, Txl4ttttl well-know- nc. ,, ,,, .' '"t '- rinn,t.tLtotor J d0t - (J 1 :m -- fd,,8t iii.nt,i,i.. 'j: .? z ?" -..- r.r. z llZn L'zr ," TT saSondrJubS'anS ,U SSKwSm z zi:? -- tnS - cut-ou- w faUhe Ill.. I. d,8 """JST ii ,r " '.....,. SalSS ol,"truc - ... I.' T '"" """"' "o' "i w. pffWUiC SuSTT ZTl " ... -r malS" SlS'aSZS ,.ai SS "" ly Iistitite 1 .lv ... " i!w ........... "vpt-nnn- t... n.u.. 1 k. " ..... 7, ".'" "'"e". '.i .hi, n--h T 2..... -- .... 9iim.. da". -.- --- .... w... .-- ... AV' ity IT' ' .LT" U".'tU ' v" .. :..7:" J'es hS, cut-ou- 8l8-.n- kid-nry- youri"" Ec-Mi- lnt .ron, usru' r r h.rd a bb', .?! " "" jj. a t. han .arajuat.ple. ct. ., .. ' -- rw enCoJrIo!r':T.,y,""h,rfrrra' xI-"toT.5e- Ty wlr L' ".r?f r,lf'" "a "T.' "" .n rrhV?" .. p,,,,. ... " dmtr l'1?"' rU rntJn .,Ta?? ..... - u. ItiH' ..... "! old-lim- Mf.nb1rUSBJiDeaflr,;tBd - -" i- u, lttrMt1 Xt 'pm" i- ""' ........ , a - -- Pd " "r . "' t-- Te .. ra- -, .....i... .h g.lury 3:. or ."uar. ik THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. i ir ERltfAY, FHSRUABY Q DOLLARS A MONTH, Buys a Farm in Florida. lO . Die Interior Journal. SUNDAY SCHOOL, Established 187X. .mivyi.fwvwwtwftwinmmmiitmm .4 4t M? 10th, Hit. t09io Z HELTON VERY SAUFLEY TUBflpAY fit Publisher AND FRICA.Y Lesson VII. Ffrst Quarter, For Feb. 12, 191,1. THE INTERNATIONAL ! 50 O & Men's Suits about or Work Suits. One dollar per acre cash and one dollar per acre every month will get you a farm of 10, 20 or 40 acres in Southern Florida. No interest on deferred payments, and no taxes to pay until all payments are made. These lands are located In the belt and healthiest part or Florida here the frost n'ver filet and where the sunshine glowi every day In the ear. Thli It the bet plan In the world to save some of your earnings each month and at the same time have it Invested in good real estate which It advancing In value all the tlm.. Buy now while you can This land It now telling for 130 per acre next yer It will be much higher. get the pick.. Sixty days allowed you to go and lnvettlgate the land after making the purchases, and If you are Round trip from Somerset $25. If you can't go now, make your purnot satisfied you money will be refunded. chase while you can get the pick and you can go and Investigate later, and If you are not pleased, get your money . back. If Interested call and se us, or write for one of our booklets describing the country and lands. Read what Is tald by tome Kentucklans, who have bought tome of these lands. County Attorney Redwlne of Elliott county, writes ut that after teeing the land, he and Judge Redwlne bought more than they had contracted fcr originally, and that they think the price will double Itself In a short time. Mr. John W. Waddle and Mr. Meece, both of Somerset, have just returned from there to make investigaMr. Waddle tells ut he betion of thlt land and bo4i were to well pleased that they bought land while there. Get In now while you csn get choice Election. lieves It will tell at $100 per ?cre In a few years. Act now and write ut to day. WE WANT 80ME GOOD AGENTS IN LINCOLN COUNTY OR MIGHT GIVE THE ENTIRE COUNTY TO Entered the posle-filc- nt Utnn SERIES. 25-3- ford na second drug ninll. Text of tha Lssion, I King xvlil, 9 Memory Vsrsti, 3, 3 Qoldsn Tsxt, Josh, xxlv, 15 Commsnlary For Circuit Judge Prapared by Rv. D. M. Sttarns. Tiie Interior Journal la authorized After Klljah's long sojourn nt to announce Charlei A. Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Cherltli nnd Zaroiilmtli tho word of Thirteenth Judicial dlstrlst, nt the the Lord came again to him. Compare 1911, verso 1 and chapter xvll, 2, 8. The lection to bo held November, subject to tho action of the Derao majority of believers aro nppolnlcd POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo do not think that ft denial Is necessary to tho statement of Hon. Lien Johnson that we were sent from Frankfort and a newspaper "placed" nt our command to make u fight on him In the Eighth Congressional district ctnd stir up religious prejudice ngnlnst him. We suppose that prac tically everyone In this section Is to glorify (lod In n very quiet, kind of life, not oftnn so quiet and lonely na Cherllh nor so lowly ns Znroplmth and yet very ordinary. May the thirty years of Jesus nt Nusareth bo a great encouragement to all such. Then, ns to knowing when to move from where wo are, may tho pillar nf cloud and lire Ik our guide. See Num. Ix, Itrmrmber also that when Joseph was sent to Kgypt with Mary nnd the child Jcui it was said to hliu, "He thou there until I bring thee word" (Mntt. II, 13). No will but UN nnd n prompt obedience to Ills word will give in days of heaven on earth (Deut. xl, 21). As plainly as ho wa told, "Oet thee hence and hide thyself' (xvll, .1), so now he Is told, "Go shew thyself unto Ahnli." Wo think of Hzeklel, who was told, "Arise; go forth Into the Wain," and later, One or Two of a Kind. Ideal Knock- - i Original Price $10 to $20. See them in our show window at $5 for Choice o & o M i M I i SS4K familiar with the circumstance under which we returned to our old home and purchased the paper upon CNE MAN WHO CAN MAKE GOOD. GOOD PROPOSITION TO RIGHT PARTIE8. vhlch we had learned to set type an a boy. The fact that when wo left Frankfort, wo had been for more lhan a year employed by n paper whoso owners nnd editors wero ardent cuaiu WOODSON MAY Manager. plons of Ren Johnson for governor, seems of Itself to completely refuto PHONE 210. ROOMS 4 and 5 MASONIC BLDG. SOMERSET. KENTUCKY. the statement that wo were "sent" here by anyone to oppose his candidacy Bio. Ballou's Challenge iilong tho lines he suggests. As for starting the religious prejudice against him, we repeat now as we did In our FOR FOOTRACE ACCEPTED ON BE first editorial In which wo mentioned HALF OF "NEIGHBOR" HIATT. the subject thnt "we do not belleo it fair or just that the religious belief ot Crab Orclinrd, Ky., Fob. Sth. any man should be even remotely con We see In your Issue of January 27 sldercd when his candidacy for polltl that Rev Jos. Dallou has celebrated cal offico Is suggested. The church his Toth birthday and challenges any and the state should be kept Inviolably one within flvo years of his age for a separate." Had Mr. Johnson surceea The Chas. Wheeler Emporium at Hustonville, footrace. Now Dro. Ballou, you may e In winning the democratic noml Ky., invites the public to their Annual Clearance thing i hat this challenge will not bo nation for governor, we would have Sale embracing all winter goods. Ladies' suits and accepted but you arc mistaken. The loyally supported him, as we so In skirts, Ladies' underwear, mens' and childrens' unEast End of Lincoln rarely makeJ formed his secretary, Mr. Rogers Oore derwear, absolutely at cost. Calicoes 5 cents per mention of her achievements, but hero some time before Mr. Johnson' with' yard, all best brands, no seconds in my stock ask to wo will say we have the swiftest pe- - drawal. see our black silk, petticoat at 2.98. For special jdestrlan thnt ever trod his "native pen We ngaln confess ourselves greatly orne. our blooded colt Is A. M. surprised and disappointed at his bargains, see our Clearance Sale on shoes, buy two Ulatt, better known as "neighbor." course for while we did not be- pairs for the price of one. Now Uro. U. we will give you souio lioe him the logical man for the A full stock always on hand. Our spring of his qualities. He Is 81 years old ana democrats to nominate for governor, stock of ginghams, ladies shirt waists are ready for rode the celebrated Joe Stoner (o v,e did believe that as a game, true your inspection. Texas and back. On tho trip he shook Idnnmrmt if ilpfpniprt . would romo hnnds with every man man he met up smiling nnd take his medicine and called him neighbor, compliment- the medicine which he had administer ed every woman, kissed every baby, to others who have opposed him and never refused a drink.. He Is as vo often before Instead of endeavor line a horseman as ever put foot In ing to handicap the man whu will be tho stlrrop. as polite as Chesterfield the nominee when he comes to make and as game a cock as ever fluttered m.e final race. Mr. Johnson Is a dead This sale will be on FEBRUARY 1st to conyou West Euders may have It on cock in tho pit. We heard many men February, Respectfully yours for tinue through us In line cattle, trotting horses, aud who had been his warm supporters, an honest deal. Southdown sheep, but when It corner say so In Louisville last Saturday ar to footracing, chicken fighting and ter they had read bis card of with- crap shooting we aro on your Mp. ' drawal. Now Neighbor has laughed louder, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. heeled moro chickens, aud drank more The Frankfort State Journal and good whisky than any man from the Frankfort News have consolidated Mich., to Hell for Sartaln, nnd the merged paper Is to be known Leslie count . Wo know vou are 'a ns the Franklort News Journal. Fop l r..-ti.!,-- . VU...U... ....u.a.er out tms also neigh- - lner Governor Beckham, wlio has vig-religious belief In fact Im Is Klin.' .... ... ...- -. .,. amu- i I . " unHi!1!) euni-- uu- - c... - .jimtuui 111 J" Kim.mftmMV-UlMm9WSXJ -Sears will devote himself !""..rtUUlu,nKB.b n,uc.nM; about water that he never takes n drink entirely to Ms large and lucrative law (If convenient) unless uo makes he prartlce whll,, James I.. .Newman, one makes a tody. Now Bro. n. to put nf 10 008t ro.,nd uouBpopor men ou on your guard we will say that r t.ver at tho state capital will be horse Hlatt Is now in training. Uoclhted In the new corporation The ed by Mr. Spears Fisher merger should give Frnnfort n splen-Ithe race horse business. Mr. FIsn-dl- d ,,aper ami n splendid publishing ...a., wuo as nau great cxperlen.-o!,,tftnt- . We had the pleasure of work er has got the money and will put foUr ycnls on tbo state Journal JUG to $10 on his favorite and If there nd one on the News and emigrant-arother entries will take Neighbor: ate both managements upon' t tho field. Now If you mean mi; this Jointure ol Interests. shuct you linen' don yourjfort Is a good one newspaper town, moccasins and be on hund nt the nextilWe Stanford, but two are too many Crab Orchard fair. B. H.'iu.ih tm n.i r,f h n.inr nnd Wgt the good of the merchants. a o Somerset Real Estate Agency. m Spot Cash. It's just like finding them. o o i? ?. w mi CLEARANCE SALE ! This Sale is a Bonafide One And No Hot Air. II Chas. Wheeler, m. Ik m y .wi WiJfcS 9 weV vy PENNY'S DRUG w B Have added a new and complete - line of. magazine and periodicals- as JAl well as' the latest approved fashion LJ jo'urnals and invite your inspection. (Jj yJ STORE. re! m R bianford, Kentucky HPi fi to pump blood to the extreraillea, and they have cold hand and fector poor appetite becaute or weakened blood upply to the tlomaeh. A heart tonio and alterative tliould b take which baa no bad Such i Or. Pierce's Golden Medical DUcot cry, which eontain no denjeroui nareotiea nor alcohol. TV UiiienU. attMUd uo&tt th, a Stsu not '(CalllaMonU CmUm-- a J, Woodroot ISamptlmMrU CmotdtatU), U6lan Seal root M. Qufn' tootlStUllawIm Bflrwticn). buck Cbrrybrk CVuoo. VlrjIaUnZ, Mudraka root (Podophyllum Prlutum). lth trlclo rttlnrd llyctrliM. hcmihI la a sdtatwc tatwralAry U a, war that no rfrMIf lit couM Imitate. ThU tonic contains no aleohol to ihrink up the red blood corpucle; but, on the otbcf band, it Jncrcatea their number and they become' round'and healthy, " ii nwpi uo uuBiau ificBi m iuo conitani manuiacture ol rich, red bloodl It help the ttomaeti ta (itimilate or take up the proper element! from the food, thereby helpini dietion and curing dyineniig. heart-burand manv imrnm. symptomi, flop cxcciiivo tissue watte in convalctcence from feven ; people, tho ' Discovery " ! refreshing M the rua.down.antcmlo, sum! vitalizinit. Stick to this safe and sane remedy, and rc(uvolI " Just as dood" iuo uruKivK vtiiu is iuuk.iik lur a larger prozit, INfiUunJ wtuiwn uncrnj Dr. I'ierco's Gulden MeUioal Discovery will do you halt as much good. after-effec- t, n Mtny people suffer from wesk They may experi ence tuonueti oi Drettli oa exeruoa, paia over tho heart, dizzy fcdinti, oppretsed breathlal after ratal or their or eye become blurred, their hetrt ii not sufficiently itroo Weak hearti. Hearti tr tf We nre now Introduced to Ubndlnh, the governor of Allah's houe, n good man In n hard place. Hut Jiweph and Daniel were somewhat similarly tliouch they did not cliwi' their slnmlUins. Whether this & did or not we are not told. We nre ulud to Irani Hint he wits the Q & menu tf tho live of u :: hundred prophet nnd thnt he wits a man who feared the Lord from hU youth. UN name means "servnnt of Jehuvnh." nnd we trust thnt ns it good servant hN nlni was to please God TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS i ralher tlmu iiinti (Hpli. vl, ill. am now located on Fourth street. When KHJnh would have Olindlnh tell A ha I) thnt he had come ho win nt with the best equlpiied stable In Oau- - j first ufntlil, hut afterward went, and llle nnd will bo rlad to sec yn'i at' so Alinl' nnd Klljnh met, with the any time. And will show the lndl5 treatment creeling from the former, "Art thou especially courteous D. F. LOGAN. 8. he thnt troublcth Israel)" to which Klljnh ri'plled thnt the guilt n upon li I til nnd hN fnther'n house. And Willi I out further talk he onlcnil him to gather to Mount Oirinel the Soil prophets who ate nt JMeltel's table. A hah swills to have promptly olMilIent, nnd soon Hlljnh Is face to fare wllh the prophets of Ilaal and 8TIRRINQ TIMES. chnllcuges them nnd the people with the wards; "How long halt ye between two opinions? If Jehimih ls God folwe are having In tho bulldlug Han. low Him. hut If Haul then follow Wo carry a full line, ot Jlrae, piaster, lilm" (vete 21). cement and everything else needed It Is proli.tlile that many of the for building, Everything purchases people wore In doubt uboiit ll.ml. Inashere will be found of the best qualV much ns hu did not'ilellver them from ty and the best for intended purposes. their ilNtress. The pnqiosltloii that V. A. We will save you trouble and unnwer they mid Klljnli should each pn'imro a sacrltiie anil Iheu deeldn upon the tary eipense by sending to us for nv tlml Nhould iinswor by fire commended estimate. to the eople, and all the people miHwered nnd said, "It is well sofcen." A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. or, us in the margin, "tho word Is Rood." Hlljiih gave the prophets of Haul the llrt-- t opportunity, and, having Iirepnred their Mcrlflce, we sou them from uinruliig until noon and from uiNiii until the lime of the evening sin Waarvlnpoattlnntodiinll kinds ut con rlllre cnlllus upon their gods, Klljnh eminf. inchw as lilock Work, t'arnuaul. tirgliig them on with his "Cry aloud ) can mnk any thing from r and. In tact. boutadowntoafenon poll. Wo run irrtr for lio is n god. Hither hu Is tulkln' Ton promptly and KUMrnntPo nrt cl... or no natii a pursuit, or tie Is in n work and maUrtal. Call and srt our irli-- . twtora you bu Tour tnatrrlal at lan.t Journey, or parniUenture he Meepeth " Ittit nlllioii'-l- -i Mini must l)ii ' A HOHSE'S OVERCOAT the. cried aloud mid cut theni-ilU- " KtHtifortl, till the blood gushed out, there was uo response whatever. One would !l' fulled I ) .il.ft t lia, nerv think that the devil would have done kind from lli insMf-- t to tto henviont CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! something to encourage his devotisl f.oni ,1H,. hiXUlvl 0 fau lean lurnuti tb public lth thv m wMlo. tblritirstotciit flosvrs, the Miible. herj kind of stable itteiisll all kind., bulbs, txiiini rtn.... plants a Wl.pn tin.r I....1 (..., lv rniii ,,, ..n -- MW. . .. r 'l.wr" .1 ai uurima. anil ronsonmiio for for funftral imh n i:illilll rrnth until nil I In- - liniil.l.. "C.ni,. ,IO) 'HKI.J, en near unto me." With whut Interext In irlce They have to bo lo couforui In connection with the nbor. I liava i.l klnili.of vviPlablMon hand nt rraaonnblr or iKThaps In milieu nIIoiico they must to our huiue.H standard prlers. have wn'tehisl the ntuilrlng of life ' UIIIllRTMAKOIlKKN ItOUHKrf. J. .C.M9CLARY, Stanford. nltar of the Lord, the placing of U..LL1. Kn tloiiHAaii, I'Bon. t'.velve Mtu-w.- t . th twelie 1IUUU1C ,ir Ihe woods are full of candidates for trllfOH. the dlxguig oC a trench and i the for state then the placing of the' sacrifice tut the democratic nomination Fall Mr and Mrs. S. B. Saaders attend-- ' ,.,.,: T, i ,i,i , h VArv nri,ai.i Wood! If they hud been at all ludlf Winter ed the funeral of Mr. Sanders' grand-llB- t w, VQVllngt oI fereut up to this timo they would sur 8ate Senat0r ... vinrruru ounaay. will 1, n rnnHlrfnlp fnr ly lie muiued ut the threefold drvikh , My new fall aau winter samples err Wn fnn'l, Ihltib ,, MA.nH-- .. - BICU r.wrnnrl.iire "' .., w.. ... f. Jng of, evcythlng. with twelve Iwiri'l u Hnv.rnn There Is no now ready for your Inspection. Thef i mo pieage in tins neighbor-- ' cleaner or abler young man In the of w;atr unjjl even Hie trench wa filled'. Now, what could tiro do even comprise tho bebt on tho market, i hood as most everybody has already' tat0 than Senator. Dowllngand tho if It came? Listen "iioVr to the pruycr can suit nay one as to price who list P 'Klshtbi dlstrl9t, would be solidly be.- (verses JW; 37 which, ulterel illstluet bis clothes taado to order. A suit A. M Luce sold Llllaro a hind him should h run. and slowly, HW .4.4 m ....1 Jy, mluule. The doe not occupy half made to your measure Is prefofablt ibono for $160. iTUan ttiu.n lu n vt,.nnt iiwiivlnn tttfnnw n Hreof the Lord fell. I to ready mnde clothes To hau consuming etou the stone uud Hip to a North Carolina party for 190. them made to measure doesn't cost dust aud the water In the trench. with When tho" lieople saw It they the Vce for this any aoore than ready made whes A P. Sloan sold Jlrown & Lawson fell on , wiLL.. ' their faces nuil said: "Jehovah, lie Is quality ana fit U couj'oarvc ' 8t T C0BU' S' anon n mentloSd" list. the God! Jehovah, Ho is the Godl" THOUGH YOU ESCAPE WITH YOUR in and let w tas. ou suaaaum or.i. w ,"BrUna LIFE, Tkeu Ktljah had all the prophets of pigs at 13 each and bought a mule' IL Ksplsy. in fraetlcal Tailor Ilaptlst. church at Frankfort car Uual brought to tbo brook KUbou and If tire occurs at .your place yuif will The colt frow J. L. Sloaa at 65. slain , there. Not oue escaped. Abab not find it sweet if the flames leate I?rge dUP,a' Tertlserant 1b Went up to euL amV drluk, and Klljnh v you Nt. Van Keeton Is on tha market t,e penniless, All your remaining B VVr there last week, calling at- wlto hl tobacco this week. went up to the I"l "C Carmei to pray-Not- days will be filled with, regret that 'teauon to its, revival services. This Bam Sloan and n.W. nivn lit Klljah's prayer for Are thnt you tr hadn't taken out. Insurance when will go to Derea next'Sunday to visit .!' 'cerU,H,r tho dnr of Publ,c,t3r and his uMfiTJ"whii that Ji'liorah would you could, Firo is just ns Ilkeiy to show Hlmaelf us God, and he asked ta recogBiieu as ., and Nannie Sloan. happen to you as anybody else. Be Clay Miller moved bade to the moun tlcally the only medium in wrch to nothlux for himself but to be known reach all clacses. The buslnesu man as the IfOrd's servunL Cousider the vino and have us Insure you tains last week.- Lord In Lev. ix. 24; Then fire will not spell ruin (or jrou. JUn IsasnuslssVI I4u a - ,.who does not advertise la his home Judg. nnswerliiK ly tire H. W. Olrens sold J. TjiVoa iwf j:.;vtl r. vl, 21; I t'hruii. xxl, 2(1; ItUbrou. Wn-PlSW. S. FISH ,Bark hlraelf behlnd.hls vli, 1, end I have no doubt that tbo I tar corn at ,120. Mr, Ukes has moved to p?pr Jrrs'&JJM.'Ltm STANFORD, KY. PHONE 200 "VS.;' " com;elltpr. Mr. 8, ,M. Spoonaniore's. A.ariA BWTiiico oi .iuo i was alio accepted in l . uiy!,JUKWWKj. art73J? MBsViiBHBaMyHB A tho same way- - tire from the sword lb ' I. I.uce went down to the llr. ' Undertakers and Embalm VVE PAY tobacco breaks last week to see how' Harry Sommers, of the Ellzabeth- - Eden reaching nut to tho sacrifice, pj us Alsf) Dealers in Fur HIQHE3T CASH PRICE tooacco was selling. town News, says 'that" lioldJng a girl's whllo Cain's offering was untouched. ; K May we nil bo consumed with such For All Kinds of nlture, Mattings, Rugs. The; Rev Walker filled his appolntmen hand has fooled more men 'than hold lovo lo God aj Farm Produce at tho Christian church, last Sunday i"g a poker band. So we suppose tho that Jssus ag shall mako it tnaalfest fll ejehango Furniture for HIDES AND FURS WANTED Si lire. Dr. Hlckle was called to sco Sirs, reason ho has gone for fishing jaunt ill Kinds of Stock. Give NOW. William Wilder lat week, she lm to Florida is to try to forget it. LAND & DUCHANAN Lost Qold seal ring with In.tiala Tbero Call. Prices Kight p'S'irKr oUnford, Ky. "Jf. P. T,- -. ltewara for rehiro to Mrs, Clara D. Traylor. II. Olm-tllnh shut thywlf wlihln thine home" (Kck. Ill, Perfect ncqulescjiico and unquestioning obedience are tho only way of rct and peace. "(So 22-21- Better get one quick. o o o o H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. o o a ! oooooooooooooo oetioofirnam :j 1 1 Fresh Oysters STYLE. Ix-e- SERVED IN ANY t--d TEIE Carson's in towm PEST niML m; ResiauNM. CAQON, Prap. Gl lU-c- Kaz-pnaio- o J. . .. s CONCRETING ":r. lo . as-ou- telng-Krooin- PHILLIPS BRO.. K. up,s rr ,.,j effect-ngnlns- In-- Frank-busines- s ..--- n... rr "'. - -.. ... nt .r kni SniiiNs -- ucic.II W.f. .- vui-uu- ll.l..i - - .iid l.o-mu- r., hn a..... """ a o J. L,BeazleyiCo., ePPr pw -- - 7771JsU-.'L- JS:?r3Jf 'I HUNFOHD, KENTUCKY '" ""MMKUP"i W0.'1 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10th, 1911. frcali stock ot liiu Wt D. McKlnner made n tnulnwn very beat ollvo oil M I'cnnjr'a Dnm tHp t0 lho ,nouAtn!nii ycMenHy More. n homo from Jiimcii M. Hatifloy ilrnysvllle, Tcnn, for a ahort visit in rif Jmt received a PER80NAL8. i rv rvv rNTKPTOK IOUKNAU I ! -- v. i ... i I Tho L'l oln Conn', itedlrni !3Moty will mo"t in .1. V I'cyton's offbo nt Thursday. in U or'nrit Trenxlny Pel?. 11. Tho Mini ltnchcl Allison linn rottirnttl to Will llrmika wiw hero thin week on I wiii'i' If as follows Dr. Kilwnrd Lexington nfier n protracted tny win n fliori vldlt Lu-rAl'orn, ' A Medical Medic relatives here. Anna Wnrrcn In conf.ned to her Mls diifliir in the county Ih euinotly to eol Jolin Hoblnnon nnd MIm Mnttlo with rhmimiitl.m. n niiested mi be present. M. M. I'hllllpr, of in a very short time. Dr. J. U. Carpenter loft Wedne.day c Secretnty. wh(j ThuniUliy not only builds her up, to attend the Tuberculosis meeting nt Jr nnJ Mrg Ucmy 8lIlgclnli ct l.cxMRtoii. i PAY CACH ro receiving comiKinttilaFOR 00R PRODUCe. MorclbMl. but enriches the mother's Mrs. Alnttlo Kirby has returned nf-- Uong upon 10 nrrVa of f!ro ,oy fnrmlne ImplemenU and hnvo the I tcr a pleasant visit to Mrs. W. II. Mc- - nl thcr h(ll0 nin liandllnK bugles, wujsoim nu-milk and properly nour- Huberts nt Danville. jtc.y has nicest furl freshest lino of ",rr'tn, o4 Livingston, ,wln j, (I, W Kdwprds orders Ills I. J. ,Cpn qult0 r.'eats, Iriilts, etc, In tho West nml. IIlnklnR vcry Msrac ( ishes the child. I ctii save you money. W. II. Ijilr, changed Irom Htroud to Davenport, tmy lmprovcmct, ,g man- - friends Iluston-Ki- e. Ky Nearly all mothers who Oklahoma. will bo ulud to know, ,. .. .. I)oorw, wn Bbi l0 Ket Jesse Ilottxclaw was here from In nurse their children should dlnnapolls for a visit to tho homo out th) weok nftcr n ghorl gpc), ot "CLOSING OUTI" For the next two weeks we will folks this week. Illness, his friends were Kind to see. this splendid food- - Mis. Jesse N. VlKfilKln left thlH ... i,ol(inm. i,- - attractive nnJ fmuic picture! at half prlco. Wo "... ,u,mo nvar maH,I"nK popular granddaughter was here from lint. ,1... l.ial Hiia rt mnillfltntrj tlrlntr tOniC. nOt Only tO keep week for 1,cr In your pictures and tnkc advantage llruunil to iiiip n lslt I" her parents. c, , AbSdlUlClJf PlirC to co hm ,ngt wpok ., nn in ...!.... j)r- - nll( AIrs ciitirles Lutes are here 779 mmlv kMhfttm MOlVtfsr of "lla opportunity. Hurcka Poi trait ll. si. Nowwnu up lUCiruwil bircilglll UUl Henry Jrom AtInllla f()r n- I. A. Johnson, Mgr., on Bhljrt v1h1i. Company, Mrs. mmtht from RmymlQramm . .. .week nro business with i i. .,, ... . ,, , wiuir nsuranto Company. iu properly uuuuiii .i caster street opposite court Jiousc. .i.lP. iuH OnUMtt Bf Tartar j Mrs. (ieorsc L. Penny Is vIhIIIiir Jtnlt. wilcher, who conllnues quite children. ALUMiNI LUrC PHISrflATE ' m, her sister, Mm. remember the name i trw oil inilnll j run siiJt nt all uncoonrra L'nlau'. llntanu nHit rptiirnod from n """" li ninrp. ii. U Wlilnn '" n,,ke' .ndrildVo bwnchltta hoare i hU ,0 Kor,ia ,vhere ,he,bnn';,,n0n.,,:S?v0f J"dr on Dr. Htcolo Halley loft Wcdnei dnv gMcrl wcok. .. nnil ,forrPnrl,ni, ialrrinno muchs. p.i,..a Ub,iiHf "' B4 Ite B.H ter In Woodford conn- hB . sonio nice property. He Is J. Prleo, tho hrllllHin i.iiiu; .i ' opiates. Refuse siilistltutcs. Shu tm.llt.1 IUfL(. lu.k u4 CWWt will return lo his ,ly. From thero ho KMk WitmUl nlhuslustlc ovei the prospects tornoy. o' Danville, tin special Jiulpi. Bars nnd Tanner. .ooo4Lk !...,. Ho presided with dlsnit yand honor SCOTT A BOWNE. 409 St. Ntw Ycck horn,, In HoDinson, man. and Miss n thn, B0Uincrn Btnte. Mrs .lennlo Carpenter Ber,f w lt McCnrty entvrtnlneil and nuido an excellent impression in The Interior Journal lias had somo or Hustonvlllp, nt- - n fo,v of ,g fiends at n stag dlnmr Anglo Carpenter, the exnlted place. HarradsburR He. mighty pretty signs painted on IU lonrtPit the Klman eonccrt at Dan- Mondny evcnlnc nt sU o'clock. The- aid. vlndows. There's one in particular a doirIiIp was prettily decorated anil Hint It wants you to read when you ine Ruwts "" - IlKhtlul rourse was served, , C()) see them. Missus Sarah and Lerlrude KlelinrdWe make It a point that ATTACK LIKE TIGERS. Jwe j ,, City were guests o awcI,Pi u. S- Kmbry, V. S. lUirch. r,on of Junction very business tranaitl9n In lielitlnc lo the blood pure Col. H. T. Harrlr. (leorne 1). Kloienie Kev. P. I., nruce. of Spring Hill MtH J 11 Jones here the whlto corpuscles nttack 'dlseasr .1 with our patrons shall be satisM. McCurtv. Mrs. P. T Uurke of June- r.nd llk(. tlcr". Hut often Konns Tenn., will preach at the Presbyter- Mr and Misses IJIIen llallou, Claudia Katon. miilllily so fast the little Inn church next Sunday, morning nnd MUs factory. flsUers Hon 'city spent Sunday, wuli .Margaret Hopper, Agnes !.onK, i:ilml Tlin ire ilmp'o', boll, evening. We want each one to fel IV tTnrles W Jr, nnd needier Adiiins, Hilton, Lena l'altm-r- , Jcnnlo Newliin.l, eHtiiH, khIIi heuin ahd sores nuillipl) ttiat they are free to come to Mnll Is dispatched dally, except Sunniipt-tltfall. Thi Mrs. Uerthn Jnckson. Ilertlo Jmi, l'en.iy. un' r.trrtiKt!i and (lomamla K.'ectrlc Hlttera to day from Stanford for Junction City brlRbt tho ... . . youiiR. sons ol Mr. and s In all matters where our ex Carpenter. Anna I). Meltoi- ii...,.,nviii urn vie Jostiiliuio le'ilnto stoniach, l!er nnd kldnoys perltnce will be of value and rt- Coloman and lo expel poisons fiom the blood. nnd points between Junction City and .nd Messrs Tl, w eo,.Rh. of " I liey nrn the beit blood purillnr," Cincinnati Including Cincinnati by tho assistance. !... v...,v W. J. Itaiikin, wim linn cone i writes C. T. Iludahn, of Tracy, Calif, 2:40 P. M train. Postmaster Florence K. Warner, Mr. Urei '1 When we speak of "service" n..i.n niitniintiin. " to locate write, and Mrs. W ij.,1.,.1 t..i, ever found." They make rich should be I IIIB.t, ..... M 1.... " -a "splendid town, niuci t. . ' blood, "... hnpleinn-Mrs- -. :c.l lme "(rone nerves nnd hulM vp says that mallbyfor thisP.train to get off finds to customers we rendered M., Hint ho r.5.r. In lho office jour I'ealth Try 'them rtO cents at of It new r.nd erowlnB on nil sides." - Colomuii, .Mlfs Sue Tnlor mean the best service, all that on time. I'CTUiyVi Drui! iori' Hnnkln Is with relntlves nt Kan- Mr. Lee Hill, Mies Mildred Cosby, you reasonably expect from or Mlscha K:- tended tho performance for u short stay. (Junrtcrly meeting services nf f he ? EACH. your bank.. Our service Inl)r V. D. Ijiswell, of Wlldlc Rock man, tho great !n!Inlfcl nt Danville Tor Sale. Turkey gobblers. T. A. Methodist church Saturday and Run- week rv Tuenday ulRht. cludes a hundred one little depnstlc county, was here this day next Services at 10:43 A. M and (lire evening of each day Quarterly confer turnlnc from Klncs Mountain, wheio tails, all of which go to make ence meets at 2' 10 P. M., Saturday. PNLUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD SHORT LOCAL NEWS ho had been lookltiK over the tleln our patrons "satisfled custo Rev O. W. Robertson will conduct the tilth n view to locatlnc. He was pleas II.it never follows the ti'o of Polcy's services. mers." situation and will likely Ices on lap nben for n Honey and Tur, which checks th special pi cd with Hie II you have had no business family and lew dns. Pence llroj. j ear-olson of Mr cniiKh nnd expels the cold. M. Stock-wel- l Kwult. the leturn next week with his Hnnnlbil, Mo. nyi: "It beats and Mrs. Geo. C. (livens Has ucceR- with thU bank, we feel confin resident of Lincoln county tKomlns Pence all the remedies I eer used. I con- fully taken the county examination or Dan- - . All kinds ot Krars need. dent you will appreciate the Prof ond Mrs. L. C. Itoslcy. tracted n bad cold and cough and was for entrance Into the city high school 11 tf Uros. "Service" we can render. threatened with pneumonia. One bot- nnd will In the lutiiro take advantage viit iln,0 (lie sincere Bympathy of tle ol Foley's Honey nnd Tar Com ol the law ulving nonrealdcnts of n their many friends In X.lncoln In the W. A. Trlbble, furniture, earpels nnll pleteli cured mo." No opiates, Just a traded school dtstilct tree tu'tlrn who son, Leslie " LINCOLN COUNTY lots of their who dieu ibhi ounuuj nauer.' n cture frames, shades and Ince rellafile household :ued!clnc Shu passed the required examination. llosley. '. Carroll pir and Tanner. curtains. A KING WHO LEFT HOME sfiurnoou Ills death was cnused bv NATIONAL BANK nbout Paul diptbcrln. Nice lot of Mycr? pumps at V K. set lho world to talking V., savs "' nin now sellitiK (he latent rniiRaMathulka. of the plumber and tinner always KIIKPS Buffalo. N. the King he (live mc yuur Warner's Ky. of xlnos mid AT IIOMB 6 I. Stanford, n'l Laxatives Dr. KUigs New Life subscriptions, t can ja-- you nion-A YOU HAVE Pillfe and that they're n blessing to U. I. N. Glllock. Ilustonvllle, Lubt, Sunday nlghl ;i ladles gold all is family. Cure constipation hnai' watch plcturo of eldeily lady in back ace. Indigestion, dyspepsia. Only 2S cents at Penny's Drug Stoic. sV. S. WiKham of MnrcSnnd, has Notify Miss Sudio Kills. TRY iosied his pmirly ngnlnst trespass ii-tSo I' yon Wn've jolntd the et of all kinds. .t , , ACCUSED OF STEALING. wiiru 1 1 keep your I. J., coming, you'd -. , I fc. !:. Chamberlain or Clinton .Me., ' letter bring In that dollar vo i owo Kidney. PUlsinre The family with ytwinc children that Is of Mrs. N. IL Mead of Freeport, Kana, r'!'n,,o fi,rtrWo ?hniimirtnm nnil boldly accused Ilucklen'ti Arnica Salve Don't forget It court day. haa without sickness In the houM now and whoe eranldahter Mrs. been taklnit It prln.irv IrroRiilnrltleSj They nre tonic of stealing the sting from bums or aueceufully J. It. Whltlne gilil tho pain from sores ol an then Is rare, and to It Is Important that of Lana. Wis,and of who Blves It to her children jn nctlon, quick 4n. result ond afonl n kind;) the distress from bolls or piles. tha head of tht house should know what ami ! Ifc iiciavii. HUIU dflorl to do" In the Utile etarcencla that arise. cent ikt. one dollar Domes at III eve'JJ pTompt'' rcllerrbm all".VIdm-sprains, and ' ' "Il robs cuts,ofcorns, bruises, bo says A child with a eerloua ailment needa a dm atore. but If you want to test it in ders. ShuKars nhdTiinm.-r- , ana Inlutlcs their terror." iloctor. It Is true, but In the majority of your family before you buy It send your pnlltlt llim't n n li:illlln ATlll.il.. Instancea. as any doctor knows, the child addreia to Dr CaMnell and ho will formerjtliiriK pood i.n ilu tin, Wj.J,;t ufTer from vome Intestinal trouble, ward a immlv free of chirce. oiy 23 cciitant Penny's Driip uiually constipation. 0Dinont.. Slnte. Dr. CMldwell does not feel that the ' n There Is no sense In riving It a pllt or purchase of his remedy ends his obll . , a remedy rontalnlns an opiate, nor Is ration. He haa aneclallxed In stomach, flushing of the bowela to be alwaya recom- liver and bowel dUeaaes for over forty LA GRIPPE COUGHS In Oest companies lowest rateS. mended, Klve It a small tloce ot llather ruid If ""y lth R. M. i nnd weake nthe on'.'uVeafreo Newland. n mild, scrntle laxative tonlo Ilka Dr. ffrSr-SnWvlnot ilifkcd mav develop Into Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin, which, by clean-In- r of charitt. All are welcome to write . oat lho bowels ami strengthening the him. Whether for the medical advice ol this when Kolpv'e No little stomach muKlca, will Immediately or the free samplo addresa him Dr. .l...... nn.l Tnrm,li - .ln.i nrnnint 1. II W. a Caldwell, rorrect tlie trouble. Caldwell building, Hoflll .of the j innua is uoouuui;. lit- nioillrlno fur al ,ii.i.t Tbla la not alone our opinion but thai MonticelJa. ill. great opportunity; of fml uy thpfsonv kouuliH and colds, nnd acts i.: Icl.lv Ite In cnes ol croup. ereet Ileal Kstnio agency In tho liif nml etffxtlvr-l' w subrtl'utes Sugars nnd Tanner lortlrlp? columns. BETSY'S POINTERS: I Molly Low It Is that when j Want In borrow $'!,TiUd socured h BACKACHE, RHEUMATISM, CLEEP folksasked mnrry wlthoi t a cent In (heir STANFORD, ;KENTUCKY LESSNESS. niuitgngti 6n Rood real estate for onr pockets, nor n lilend nor n pedigree, Itlieunintlsm from utsorucred ORGANIZED.IN J832. they generally make a big success ot tcutlirt-ijrcnra Hox 17 Stanfoid, Ky. Folej kidney plllr lwvo helped $50,000. CAPITAL" STOCK, : Hut Molly says thats a heuven il t utliern, tho will help ou Mrs. J. II m.ldetliiatch, ) AV CIIDOI IIC CADMlin Jiua like the Lord startMiller, Syracuse. N. V.. iuys,' For a ed Adam' apd ,Eve,' If you wish to HAS PAID INjlVIDENDS. S2 6 500 long I suffered with kldnoy troublo scllln'nUmrguments'over groceries, do e I hid severe Safety ihj Kin; co.il yard. 0 2. and rheumatism Combino Absolute Safety with SMiiUctorySrVtce. your trading at Coffey and Coleman's. nnd felt all played out. After We oolicuti 4j Depotit Boxes for Use ot our Customer. Try Hunts California peachos, apri of Foley ,Kldnc hiking two bottles M mited. The addresses of any' of PJIla niv liaikarlio In cone and where cots royal Anne cherries and Hawaiian ( i in trnr-imllltlU, IVIlll llll T used "to lie awnke with rheumatism pine apple. (Wtiave 'thenOn" three ninr. on I C puinB I now sleep In comfort. Folev qualities. Hunt's' HtipremOj.quaHty, the at' hTioldler In Co" "C llSrd'U b'.?A Mauc'imin, llnest that can - be produced. Hunt's .S.fllocker, President; woT- - -- f KMner Pills did wonderful things for 5n?nin duVlnc tuperlor quality,- superior In every .l M'elluV! M D."Klmofe mJf " Try them now, Ppnnv'a Drue surpassed only by Hunt.s subave Information which means 'monev 9kT.IIartis, II. C. UaaghtasQKF. Cummlni, Bfore. preme quality. Hunt's .atanlo rj'ialjty. Address W. K. Moses, V (ojtheni SI. C. Bfcughman, Cashier. S, T. Harris, oo. C. Kobinom fruit' but OflUs W3i; Oenvef,' t'olo VVV W. Saunders, lad. BookJiecper j5" IIwVbi H if? ..There ..,khwre4IU..BMW ntit t.wthr. AiulotuotS thm Iftflt excellent fane smaller others. and not Ctnli m ttite tettum tbuntr Quito as J ns the W; II Murphy .ii ' J It. Harris, IJookkeepor J. C. Eubank. COFFEY A COLEMAN, (rw irart km uptMadtu be Incurable. Furairl Coleman. C. R. Mtura pronouncea It a locl dkmM ad ' Tlioso" linvliiR clafniS iiBllifst auuiy police. Promt Delivery. twnbtd load renxllw. ud by cwuunur teumc 'Phone 196. lead cure the estntr of Mls'sMIlho3al5inifori1 Scknce wllh prreo urmtmrot. topronounced It Inmniini be a comMuUomU uto-tSiUrrli luu deceased nro ilofllledtS ftreseril ihetr 11)11 and UwrttuM ICQulree conjiltujionu trmtneat. by If J. Cteoey Caurrh Cure. in (oimo nt onr'o prOperlV irdieti. 'frfr la. Toledo. Oltio. Mmnulcluml the only Cwuttiullorul Irure to Ibe miMttt; It U ukm Intinully In dm nxwM payment. Mrs. SfaHlS . Klrtiy'Kxti ijrope tea Kmiwoolul. It rt Ulrectly on the blood turlierti o! the rtim. They oner one idU NURSING MOTHERS show the beneficial effects of HAS NO SUBSTITUTE hvcrjo'wiy reye ifnt good (hjj.! t i' ' at nt Hum ltoblnon'B c t :rntmwnrarnrwwmjirnrnFiinifi!fitfiifnfTOfWKK 3 'K4I Scott's Emulsion pOYAl y It t.l Wanted: 300 Boys 1 m - 3 , 10-l- 3 tike I -- POWDER n.. tc h. id ls 3 i SkMtk-Boo- v,t ril Service. - To Wear 300 Suits I We Are Now Selling At I 1 1 c !,. i" .. Half Price. STANFORD, KY. I n p Cummins & Wearen, 1 I CLOTHta 14-- t threo-yoawil- ... .,..... . ' Tore IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER it. M ARX 1 - . IF SICKLY o ll-4e- 1 j Spring A Complete ' liine of ' Pat10 and 12 , Vl l-2- YOUNGSTER THIS FREE 1U-- 2 j. cut-out- ;' -- L 11 ... cS ' W' Sli-ah- pnou--nonl- R terns at IP J c per ; yafB.. 'AC Mt Vl "' FIRST NATIONAL BANK, J W. E. PERKINS, 1 kAWMM Uld-io- s ) . i. r n2 CRAB ORCHARD. KENTUCKY B ,; xour-Accoun- t. ft&KS Ihe"ci AaBaMMn mWmaaaaaaaawaaamaaWm mmaalaamaawaawamxm smmaY bad--uch- .1V p res-poe- t, j Sii11 i J ci Ui! . , ; The Famous JR&yb i M Lump wun innutcu iifru thoiiM dem 4Two ulco. roomJorrciU at uy re muout buudnd doliara lor any cmo It toll to cure. Beat tot clrtulsri n(t irrtunonliu. CO. Toledo. OUO, jublr.ii. V J. Cllf-NU- V fcoi. br nrucettu. couUpeUoo. crcml neaiafe tA. WMUHMi Mt Itrftn tH ytf:fAM t1ahrf fmm tr. ilwyi be awd wber . " '1 t :c ' Ttie ilea ilauur iui lor King of Exlerrials !SclIs itself wherever GOWANS ..beautiful JsVed Nairfsboks,"' linecofo Flaxons 'Dimities; U LongClolh: wapt in fact anything you iRlght Prices. com- r tho BMbIBMM flWvMM wMMnfilt, SHIy n . rJ m f!r fGR fm w &&$& leKakaa at WaeVafiea. ult a tad ttreaadi. va bttvlaM. Tm mm stsint'i f 0 hM noifatiMl. aft It. la Bufle ol solW In nickel. ' bfiu. flaltaK Obm a Rny Vttf, Always One. 't(yXfcMff$.TM """' The Standard Oil Company aU4) m w Bcnutpr Took Hubble, of Stanfoid, I'cnuy ( siin'iuippa who la a candidate for tho democrats ktemuch tablets for Ind'gostlcn lnsl nomination Tor Hatlroad Commlmilon-e- i '443T stomach, dizziness, headache, M'tlouV In Ui)s tflstrlct, was In Frankfort ness md nervourneiH lJrge JioiIU , . cents. . Thursday- afternoon.' Seuptcr Hubble syshe Is meeting with, much en1 I tTHIRTY YERS TOGETHER"fThlity years of association think couragement In his race and Is out 'of It. How the tuerft ofiroU thlncs to wi) llt Is goliiK over the district stand out la that tlme-ortworth meeting the leading democrats. lessness of a b done. So there's no Frankfort News. ituvm work In this evidence of Thos. Ariss, Concord, Mlsk., who writes: KIDNEY "I hao used Dr Klna'a Now DIs- - SPEEDY RELIEF FRO rovcry for 30 years, and Its tho best TROUBLE. cuupn nnd cold, cure I'hnvo ever used" "I ha dan acute attack of RrlghJB Once II finds cntranre In a home yo;i Dlsense with Inflammation of the cin't pry It out. Many famlHe have and bladder, and dizziness, aaya A used It forty years. lt'sttho most In; Mrs. Cora Thorp. Jackson. Mich. uilioie tiirnnt ami lung medicine on bottle of Foley's Kidney Remedy over ll.1l-- t lTnlnilfl1l fill l.n irrlnn. - null. me the nttack, reduceu tne mrnuiiiih, hay fever, croup, quins v or For matleii, tnook away tho pnln imrt mni..' I tun lungs. Price 50 cents, l Trial hot- - tho bladder action normal. tlo free (Juarnuteed by Penny's Drug evetvoio roild ttww of this wondT Shignrs and tanner etore. ri'l remedy u. - introduced i Imitators have .tried to imitate. arid substitution has Deerr attempted, tsut ( I irj AVhite, goods,-a- t Our Spring Ginghams are alp handle only 'gobdsof quality and prices. , he once GQWANS' always: Gqwansfor inflammation ami congestion. Uowanu Preparation for Intlummatloii, tefkxl.il l.r of tit throat nnd chest, He lme sail OowquH Preparation far many years nnd inter hud a eowphdnt. UUUUSUTOS Dims CO.. ,ing in. Band trimmings, to. match We eViar-ant- ee xira ut plenum to rtetim-we- nj kid-nev- 5 HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Uurllnston, S 1. C, BUY HAVE IT IH THE HOME All UrotaleU. COWAN SO. 23.. N. MltHCAlC- O- DURHAM, C. Illll'lltl, tU ,! Ul.lltl if (til fil U riini Hnnilo STANFORD. K1 4.1 .- -. KENTUCKY OU. 1 PAUK FOUR THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY 1NTEK1QK JOURNAL FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IWh, Hit. Below Cost BEST MAKE MEN'S SUITS $25.00 Suits at - - - $17.98 22.50 Suits at - - - 16.48 20.00 Suits at - - . 13.98 18.00 Suits at - - - 12.98 9.98 15.80 Suits at . - - 7.98 12.50 Suits at 6.48 10.00 Suits at We have 200 odds and ends which sold from $5 to $15. All go now at3.48 BOYS' KNEE SUITS ! THE FARMERS Judge W. A. Trlbblo sold his tobacco amounting to about three Rercs at the Danville market Tuesday nmt got an nvcrago of 9 cents. Will Cook got about 10 cents for his crop. Farmers nro plowing now. Tor nil kinds of harness trace chains bacR bnnds etc , sco J. C McClnrr. Wo liav0 Just received two cms of Pioneer and Adrlnu wire fence, In ten different kinds call and bo con lnrcil ns to whnl yon want. Pence For Only Thirty Days. Come early and get picked goods. Now is your last and only chance to, get what received you want for little money. Everything IWe have J'tttrtork, hot; n cnrload of ami chlc'icn field on house AT AND BELOW COST! at a pricethe market willThe Star sells you have trouble in the that Hro. 11-t- f. crops about 600 bales of bay, corn ftofs, rhcep, 1 sp'endld Jersey cow I years old, 2 Jersey hellers will be fresh In spring, 2 mares pontic for lady to drive, 1 old horse gooti frkcr nnd good driver, 1 year old filly, 1 bay horso colt, two wnRons, 2 buggies 1 binder, 1 mower, hay rake, disc harrow, cultivator, and plows, 1 tobacco setter, 17,000 tobacco tlcks other things too numorou to o mention, 2 shares of tluslonvlllo stock. Possession of farm given Atarch I, l!'U. For any Infoi motion call on mo N. W. PIPES, llustonvllte, Ky. (do-bon- Ilorlon, J H, Jlnklns. Hub Jnlirs. Nllcs, Ueorgle, 2.15 acre Owsley, Mrs. Next Geo. King 14 ftCf 17" 3.10 Klce, Atary, I acre 2.Z0 .Steward, Annla 2 acres 2 2U Tucker, (Ico. Ann, 1 aero Wayneiburo White List Ainbrofc, Wm., 10 ncres 2I5 1.61 Italian, 8, A., 8 ncres 3.45 Deck, O. It., 75 ncres 3.411 Ilenn, At H. Nit, 60 ncres 3.S5 ininocn, isunc "". ivu ntrva I'rlvlnn, Kcv Nit, 17 ncres . . . 'iZi y.nu O N., 85 ncres Foul. H. II. NIL 100 ncros ... 15.00 5.(10 Hooch. I'lny J., 18 acres 3.71. (trlttnn, T II., 70 ncres llBRrnnr, Oent. lifti, Kinits AH. . MS 7.40 Hngpnrd, V. 0., 70 acrei Iilcks, Dave tlftl. Kks Ml .. .. I.7C 2 tt .....J ... t'oli-mnn- , 7 .... - ntie tobacco barn 30x50 and other buildSmith, nobt lug ncessary, 1 ncres for cultivating Smothers, Uarry Whitley Llll'.e, 30 ."o m the balance in timber, lino water, $22.50 Overcoats at $14.98 Hutlonvllle White - jind line land In sight tot school ijUeuedlct, W. S.. 2 acres 2o oo Overcoats at 12.98 Brnndenhnrg Hardin 115 acres house and church. This place Is suit' UtnJer, Thos. N.Il. 133 ncres . . 15 oo Overcoats at 8.48 i -. able for two families nnd Is a bargln Clark. Thos. Nit. 30 acres I 7.50 'nt tne prce. Uettcr come to see me 12 5o Overcoats at Clarkson. S. J. H&L 7.98 $4 00 Pants at : : 2 98 Coulter & AltAnlnch, 2 acrc3 P. B. llrawncr. 7;, bbout re qulcfc lo oo Overcoats at 5.98 3.5o Pants at Coy. James. $100 Public Sale and Rental : 2 68 . Daugherty, J. B., 42 acres Stanford. It. U. !iO. A, Some in Rainproof with 2.80 Dawson. John. 1 acre 3.00 Pants : 2 34' Presto collai. It is New As I have- decided to quit farming. Estts, hrs. Airs. K. J. 10 acres.. 3.40 acres of land rlicht Kor Salo. 6 2 00 Pants at 2.20 : 1.48 Harden. Sam. 50 acres Kenney, Wm. NR by I. Shelby .14.25 on Main streL Two story 7 room SHOES 4.95 HATS Jeka B. Stetson. Lair, J. a, H&L itoreland porch Thursday February 23 1911 5.00 frame building;, 2 halls and three Lceper, G. S. Nit. S acres In Patent, Vici Gun Met7.') es, good two story barn,, 2 wells and acres at 10 o'clock, I will sell my farm ot Lucas, W. C. 12 : $4 00 Hats at : 2 98 6.95 Lucas. Geo. K.. 1 acre 191 2 acre 2 necessary out miles south-wes- t al Calf and Tan 4.50 kunur nnd all other 3 50 Hat at : : 2 78 of Huxtonvllle sear the Ilradfordsvllle Maaon. Airs. Jane 72 acres 6 JO bulldtnas. 31111a. U. W. Nil. Ilil. Good tenant house etc. $4.oo Shoes now - $339 3 00 Hat at : : : 2 15 pike in Lincoln county, In one of the Mlnksv Mrs. E. J.. 7 4 acres ... 10.95 3.60 This property Is easily worth 14.000. best neighborhoods In 3.5o Shoes now 2.98 a 50 Hat at 198 Tauj farm Is well improved Kentucky Moore. D. L.. lot acres 99 Tha owner is determined" to sell Price and good Patterson. Lee acres 3.oo Shoes now : 1 48 land, watered by wren never falling Schwab, John 5 U 40 acres,... 6.50 only 12.500. Terms easy. Act quick. 234 a op Hat at : 2.20 Snlpman, hrs. 270.60 2.5a Shoes now . - 1.95 150 Hat at 92 springs, one never falling spring pip Shore. J. It- - 6205 acres 14.25 Smith. Z. I'., acres 2.oo Shoes now 79 ed Into a splendid raule barn 70xlo Spaw. Mrs. Ulla Nit 1 acre .... 2.20 1.68 1 oe Hat at : z : ftet furnishing fresh running water Taylor. Mrs. Mollie, 50 acres . . . 6.20 at all times without having to b Taylor, J. D., 50 acres 24.00 pumped, near barn is corn crib will Vaught, John, lot Moreland .... 4.16 16 acre b.io taold 500 barrels of corn, these build Wllchcer. Dan. 4.23 acres Thomas ings are covered with best grade of Yocum,Hustonvlll.14 Colored List tin. Also new tobacco barn 72x91 Alcorn. D. A- - 1 acre I 4.75 will hold 12 acres, a good brick C Adklas, Sophia lot McKlnney. . . 1.8P 3.76 Bring us room dwelling, cistern at door, all nailer, Thos., 1 acre 4.9 acres Ilrlght, Ben D 2 Eifts, Wool, Hidesi necessary out buildings in good re Brown, Joan, 1 acre 3.76 fiitisenp. pair, nice orchard, fencing complete!; nurton. Lee 19 acres , 6.0S WRITE ME FOR PRICES ON HIGH GRAVE 11.601170 2.25 Hkunk No. 1 new all over farm, all in grasa but 70 Carter. Sallle, lot H'vllle 3.75 Short Stripe Cloy (I. John 4 acres acres, farm will be offered la two O 2.20 Coon Cloyd, John. acre tracts of near 100 acres each. South (.'lord. Afnrla. NR. I r 1 acre 2.20 Mink I21 I HANDLE 3.75 THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A SJCLIVERED tract har tobacco barn, tenant houso Dethridge. Howard, 1 acre 2.75 or it, north tract has dwelling mule Glvins. Francis, 12 acrees PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. 2 25 barp corn crifb, out bulldltigg and illvlns, Candlce 71 net acres .. 8.45 Hooker. Green WILLIAM A. BURNETT, orchard, and then offered as a wboln ilunn, Kd 1 acre BOURBON STOCK YAR08. LOUISVILLE, KY easy, made known on diiy ot Johnson, Henry, !0 acres Terms tf.OO Kentucky Agflncy for Owl Brand. 3.75 EsUfeUsbed HOI. aJe, same day will offer stock and Ataston, Bud 1 acre PHONE 153. rVniiMii. Wcss. 1 $6.98 at 5.48 at at - - 4 48 - 3.78 at 2 78 at - - 2.48 at We have One Hundred of these in broken lots to be sold from $2 to $7.50 Go now at 1.98 $10.00 Suits 7.50 Suits 6 50 Suits 5 00 Suits 4 oo Suits 3.50 Suits MEN'S OVERCOATS (quailing nnvwhete. rteo us before you buy your fence. Junction City lUimbcr Company. J. W. Cnskev. Mgr. BOYS' OVERCOATS 'Junction City. Ky. For Sale. Haled hay In any quail$8.oo Coats at 4t. $4.98 tlty. Sirs. Mattle V. Klrby. For Sale Somo nlco yearling sows, 7.oo Coats at -bred to Illack Ucrkshlro subject to Afl register; due to farrow the llrst of 6.oo Coats at February. J. S. Carpenter. Alt. Salem, 5-1 5.oo Coats at -3.48 Ky. S.ilo. A pair or so comlnp J'or ol 4.oo Coats at 2.98 thre year old horse mules, In nice Frank 27q Miapo. Sale. A Snoonarrorc,of Rowland.J 3.5o Coats at 2 and few teams For ear old mules fat and well broken io-jODD PANTS, OF NEWEST w. c. shanks. A new farm gate at W. II. lllgglns DESIGN. drevscd on both sides, soaked In creo-Botwhich will prevent decay, Insects $6.oo Pants at -from boring and utock from gnaw- 3.78 ing. Sou them. 5.oo Pants at 4.oo Pants at -2.98 It. T. llruce has bought the farm of - 2.48 about 100 acres on the Danville P'kc 3.5o Pants at known ns the John Haney place from 3.oo Pants at -2.15 J. U. JarvlB. Tho prlco was not made Z5o Pants at - -- - 1.98 public. This place adjoins some othnnd will er property of Air. 2.oo Pants at 1.48 make it nice addition llruce farm. lo his AI. O. Kennedy sold a mule to .1. M. nuiinr.n.- Cress for $155, also a bunch of shoals Solid With Buckle and Cloth to u. i.unsford nt isAu; bought u cow of J. E. Jones at l". Phil u. Top Thompson bought n pair of mules ot Rev. Wm. Ale. $2.25 Rubbers at $191 L Hutchlns. of Hutchlns Tor $2.90.hogJ. Iloylc bought 65 2.00 Rubbers at : 179 of F. 1,. Thompson at 8 cents. Itod- I 50 Rubbers at : : 98 Lel Hell at nbout $100. J. AI. Cress l.oo Rubbers : : 83 ney faylor bought a good man from bought 30 head of cattle of John Ot 75c Rubbers at : : 64 Anderson at 5 cents. J. I HolU 50c Rubbers at : : 39 'claw, living near Walnut Flat, had his leg broken by n butting ram, but CORDUROY PANTS Is better. - SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. 3qo i Monday. Feb. 13, .11 .. I ... ........ lll offer to the highest bidder for Wn. des-so much of the following will pay the SUil.! v crlbed property ns loi'niy nnu Kisirici dciioui mica mr," .. . t .. n iMt. ft f Kcrsoy, Mrs. Ida Nil. fit. ncro. . 13.S5 II II., 140 ncres Martin. I ucv icon Nil, 53 nrro.. 3.35 11.2$ MnjhrtiT, J. H, 40 ncres ... . . . Mellon. Itiiblu Ifi ncres 3.C5 Moore. I) AI.. IB ncres M.uoti, Thomns, 4(1 ncres ... . C.05 4.40 I'nrker. I C. Nit, l2 acres .. (5.00 .las. It, 0 ncres 2U0 IVtrey, Itobl. 1 huiv . P-t- ry. - 20 nere acres Best. A demonstration will be given on the street here Monday, county 3J5 court day, by a gentleman repre$35 senting The Sharpless Separator. Bring your wife in and see it. 7.15 4.20 The Sharpless World's The Only One Tubular Separator, Cream H " tun V'-;o- p '$498 me year ....n. Stanford, White. Ilrlght, J V.. 148 ncres lUlton. Shell, II.&L, llowland (iamores, Krank 3 ncrej .... (illllon, (I. Peterson, U. NV., li acres . . Plttman, Alose, 2 acios (topers, Jnmcp, 11 & 6 acres lliuhlmer, John 3G ncres Stanford Colored. DatiKhman. ltlchard Sr. 2 acres Imuchman. Clatt, 5 acres Ilrlght. Tobe, 8 acres acres llrlaht. AI.. 1 Gardner. Edna, 7 ncrc HA; I, llvlns, Klttlo Harris, Wnller, 1 ncre (Jlvins, Josh, town lot llnvs, Alack 2. acics .. r, 3-- 1 112 ncres Singleton. John 20 ncres nnd 73 7C liSpoiKlo, Jacob estate. j'nn 17 ncres, t .n Spalding. J A., ndmr 6 ncrrs . 55 u!93 Trowbridge, II. 1... .15 & ' I ." ';.,,, : l - """ " "" 57-4- 6 7.76 S.80 ;. ; l u.v i r.n W. H. Higgitis. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. wJ .- - I G(J'J . 6 95 2.80 10.25 2.20 10 95 7 75 Voiing. U O., 110 ncres Young, W. O., 60 ncres . 1 i' "5 1V . 3 75 3 J5 William. acrs ... (Irani. I N. 40 ncres .... .. Stop- - I. 4,6 w. l. Mccarty, Sheriff cr Lincoln touniy. .... and lake a Look 1 I S Si 18 3 75 4 3.i Hays, Will, 3-- 4 t . Cones, Lewis, 10 ncres... Lackey Will 1 ncro lojran, W. I. i t.to Logitii. Eliza, 1 ncro l.jtle, Hob ItAcl. Ornb Ofjh.... ncro Miller, Geo. Jr.. ncres ... Alullcns. Jessie, 2 2 lackson, J. S. 1 vie ... cere .. mi, " v'LVnr" X. Vour hiuw door f,:,, In Stniifoid. Kv-- Rll one Jack nine v.... 0ni4 v oiu, j;ini ,111! 2.26 In.l OI(l 'Or aa.r I" : '", ll" -. 11 AH.1ln. rtw llnm. CJl ' m V . un.-vii'--i PUBLIC SALE1 .,... I w - It will pay every woman and man that wants something good to eat at a bargain to give our show window a look Sat. Feb. 11. A V itaA -- reicicncea J. . .7r. J .( "' vh.uii.. "-- " 0 1 FINE PLACE FOR SALEl 2 Penman, John. 2-- 1 acre havo decided lo sell my farm, If 2.95 .,.1.1 lllln thn tint I thlrtV d.lVS. It sifri'Roes nt n bargain. Contnlns 80 acres 2 'and. has on it two houses ono 9 25 or four rooms and one or two rooms 6 10 I "'of ft X : L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. s 5 m m i. 4.76 .175 3.75 75 - 4f 3-- 4 RURAL TELEPHONES. Mil. FAKMEIl: Make your home as nioiern for your family nt n lc?. residence, sml place yourself in a poiition to get the latest market quotation at any time. This cau Iks accomplished by meacsnf our telephone service which you and your ucighhors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest ofiico or write direct to icadquartcrs, Nashville, Tenn., lor information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rate. If you aro not at present enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our linca cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louiiiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. tmrvBroBATKDi I at - : 2 2 2 3-- (' a. t We Gel Yon Prices Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. COTTONSEED MEAL WfWani Produce 0 SOt-IU- 3 1 3-- 4 your Poultry, Furs, Feathers, etc. t-- 2 5 H. B. Northcott T. K. Tudor. Mgr. We Cordially Invite You To Sell Your Tobacco Over Our Breaks rep-resen- tin 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 Denney, A. W. acre, acres Dillon. TmtCs IMehon, acre the best individual average on entire crop 10,000 pounds Kalxaer. W.. hal 70 acre ... Stats L. MeCarty,ft Pree; . L. Ben., W. 4.M Presch. J. W, t acrea n un seven aciive, compeiiuve Duyers, u jiD.ov. twvny, J. S. Rice, J. k. Bade, Uay, Mrs. Sarah NR, acrea . I.M J. w. Hwteheaen the largest factories in this and foreign countries, HamlftOB. Isaac acreacrea acrea I.TI Caehler; C. Haya Ftr,Aat. llarle. lira. Marsaret Wm., Phllllae, Seek. Caehleri . jnakes Danville as good a market as any in the hurley dis- Hart. KluaT. acrea sJ.tO Hwlen, HoMaat. W. ke,r. 71.50 D. V, ara With the best lighted hpuse in Kentucky, with a Holmes. Tom. INaeree trict. Uoeoer. , W. T., acrea tobacco auctioneer with no' superior on any break, coupled riepeer. W. T.. acrea J.-McClaryy Hopepr. Kelger. OuKc Nit. acrea ... with experienced tobacco men as ioor managers to show Kraecer P. NU. acre tyae Co., 10 you how to place your tobacco to the best advantage, tells Payne,LumberMips acrea acre acrea t.tc J. I,.. Jennie PeualagtoD. to the story why we can serve your interest just a little better Pennington. Mrs. a. J.acres acres t.55 .... Pennington, I... I2iiJa?rJB Petrey br?. acrei Don't forget the name. than the other fellow. acres Rlngletoa bra. O. U 24 15 8 3.75 14.01 2.71 3.00 4.15 1.35 , I.M lot .t1 Smth. Will, lot H'vllle 4 2.31 acre Thorn. Jnl'e Kd 1 acre, ,. . Tucker l.tl Tucker. Ksabry eatat. land ... 2.N Dardman. Anna, lot H'vllle .... 3.20 3.7S Wethford. H'illis. let 'elh. Jtmi. MrKlnn.r. lot .. 410 Crah Orchard White List Anderson, W. D., 0 acrea ....I 5.50 BaeblngAr, Labble, 7 acre S.t i 3.75 iiarcrs. Hill. 2 acies W. MM 3 acrea ... J.tl Oraufbton. Caapole, Jaa., 41 acres U 4.9f CUrk. K. C. 80 acrej 11.00 Condrr. P. At, HftL Penney, Mrs. Ella 45 acre ... 1.20 McCormack. Geo. Jr., 1 acre.... McKlnney, Itowan, 1 acre Morton. John, V acres Oliver, Charles, 30 acres Patton. Newman. 11 acrea itlffe, Iura, 40 acres Klnsleton. Jessie 1 acre Smith. Iilll HftL H'vUU Smith. Margaret Tolver. Millie .... 4.St, 3.75 5.75 4 75 .00 s.ou 2.20 Every Man And Every Woman lay alde a por-tl- n ef their Ineeme.. And the time te begin f Right new. The and aureet weyt Te ea en an aeeewt with title hank. eUKIng In with a email deaH; and te add te hle aaeh week er menth. Many have, tried thle plan, many "ave aweaeed'd. Thle bank reeeivee deaelU ae tew aa a dellar, and la always lad te help theee whe are tTl"i te hela themeva. SHOULD Sad Tobacco xi t rccertl fer DauirilU, ajael Jt wagOM to tM w4Mrc kofrt in Atkf aaei.afi KTM W4rH komwt Fric t4 to tatitfaterjr lcraL Sakw 4ra maaU ikulj; xc4pt SH. rf iekWcc kut wek QTvr 4Mir fleers n4Mtflf katf a auiMMt avnek, a .V nw eal4 kp ly M-t- at pric4M wkkk pUasej 4mmt Akuaakat fr ami it wfi wkkk may com?. aM Ai anal ft A .', lA A. Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse Co., INCORPORETED, PEtKYVHX . a. a c. MeraT UBH NBAR Danville, Ky. 40 15 IS 100 475 40 15 45 .mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammtmr 14.25 1.76 . 0 20 J.7S 4.39 1.35 C NEW ORLEANS MOBILE MARDI Tkfcwte -. -' ... 47 42 15 3.73 1.35 13. 4.&v K. ISO 11 UsaggggglBSQI Danville Tobacco Warehouse. INC3RPORATEB. W.SW Strwt, DmitHW, Ky. FrM Imwmc FrM SMm, No Charge for Rejections. acres .... 3.76 UUlaater, Steward. Kllsabeth. 200 acrea , . 1.25 7.J5 Turner, Walter, 73 acres w . eras wrenar vtier-- a acrea .... , I 1.7b UndeWCCtker srul Uuchanan. Jas. .. - . .,1.1- - kt.42 AB 1R ..... ,.i, uuiora, uiiir, mi, i STANFORD. avio ... . .... . uuest. jewie .,,.. t.16 Office 'Pawa lT. Me lllgglns ,Ob I acre SB 40 A. 50 4.7S JPCCIAL REDUCED TAKE 4M Mfe r4raaTy 11, 11, t J, 14, 25. M aM wiea rwimgi TOP OVKPIS AT ALL PRINCIPAL PCINTS fiMa - . ..... ir aimSmr KY - NlrmMlfWRIPAlMjyrynma M. C. KMaL t 17 umtiimm I D I Taaae H. "TtriTinrasi . tmtnlKSmmt 9 l..,i rietUaaa, 9. ff i if